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DAILY EAST ORSCOftlAN, PENDLETONORIOON. SATUItDAY EVENING, AUGUST C, 1021.
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HURCH b' S;
M ill Iks more than delighiothvith the many godd thin OFFERED -A3 SPECIALS
throughout the fincjng store. The Saturday evening chopper will actually be EN
THUSIASTIC over the good, substantial savings on merchandise in which there is
3IERIT, and what a pleasure it is, aid what a satisfaction to know that you are
going to receive the expected long service from some article that cosis y6u little money.
If you cannot readily find the article for which you have made your down town shop
ping trip our obliging and courteous salespeople will be glad to'assist you. N-
THE READY TO WEAR DEPT
is featuring a most pleasing sale ;
of the prettiest of all Children's
Wash Dresses. - .
They are calling your attention
to the pretty silk and lace dresses
and several clean up "'sales of
odds and ends that make a nice
saving. . . ,
THE PURE FOOD GROCERY
besides calling your attention to
their great principle of Cleanli
ness are advertising and dis-;
playing" ..... . . ,- -
A Great Lot of Cash Saving Spe
, cials Where You Can Save
s , on Food. A O
You can truly boast that you
have really done something. Be
sure to visit this hustling de
partment. "' r ""
THE BARGAIN BASEMENT
Is Fairly Crowded With
Don't complain if there is a
lack of room for we would rathef
have an abundance of, ' specials
than an abundance of room.
THE.WOMEN'S SHOE DEPT.'
Is awaiting you with an Xtra
Good Sale of Fine Oxfords. You
will like this sale.
I . v THE MEN'S DEPT.
Have joined right in the spirit
of General Specials throughout
their high grade merchandise.
They are featuring: -Palm
Beach Suits 1-3 less.
Straws and Panamas at 1-2
off. t '.
This department carries out
the general principle of high
grade merchandise. -
THE BOYS' BALCONY
is featuring a sale of Hats, also
a good sale of Play Suits.
THE YARJD GOODS DEPT.
Is offering so many specials that
it would be a confusion to list
them all here, but' as a passing
mention we will say:
Voiles are offered at less than
"Ginghams are offered in abr
There are also Sheets, Cases
Georgette is being featured.
Beautiful Marquisettes are of
Many good specials in fine hose
and underwear are offered.
You'll be delighted with every
'THK Pl'KK rTXM SHOP
The Clean, -Cool i'anilarj- Grocery,
calls your attention to their complete
liti of Good Fresh Vegetables. lo
to this Department to complete your
WNDLETONS GREATEST DF.PARTHFST TOR. '
IT PWS TO TP APE
AGAIN WK CALL YOLK ATTKX-
Tiox to ore. fiu:e si:kvk i:s
Make the very best use of them. They
are, intended for you. We wish to
muke your shopping more easy. :
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, llrst C'luiNtUm CliiiiiU .
Uililx nchool OlU'llilllf lit SMS. Willi
liii'uchlng fvUe ut 10:45.. 8ulJi;ct,of
Hprmon: VThp Cruent Need and
to Mett it." .This Hernion wlU im-ludu
a ruuurt of tho recent Mliv .ileiir,
lion held at Tumor.. I'nlon ei vlceB in
the evening ut 7;15 on'tlie court Jiouh
lawn. Tho (sermon nvlll l KlveiicUJ)
Juhn It. Seeur, jiaMtor of tho Metho.llst
church. A hearty Invilutloii to every
boilv. S'. AT. GceMinan,,m,.tiiiitet. ;
7 here s a teacher -lioi Uigv in Singaiiore. So the older boys arc
pressed into service. Notice the tick In the you nil teachcr'i hand.
.He sees that hli pupils escai4 nothing that he experienced in hia
. youngvr daya. No. No! Those aren't pajumas the little ahavera art
" weferine- They jiut dress thai way. . ' ,
CHILD TRAINING AT HOME
This is No. 43 of the fourth series or urticlos IksumI by tin; Nutiunul Kln
derBarten. Association, 8 West- 4tli Strtut, New York City. They are ap
pearing weekly m
' ClirfctlitH .Sclriico - v .?
First Church of Christ, PclenllRt.
hulila service)) ut. 8I.SI4 WaiiV.,street
(first stnlrwuy uwrili of th Inlund
Umnlro tJank). ,IurlriK July and Au-
niixt the Sunduy evcnlnu, nervico
cinlttrd. Sunday services are at JIM.'.
111. and 8 P. m. The subject of Hip le-
1.... A imllill rt h
sun-serniun ior oiiiiu, m"Bi-v .- .,
. .... c 1.... U..,.,,1 UKl(IM wit
"MMl'll. DUIIUUJ "
9:45 a. nt. 4
A 'Wednesday evening moctlnn
which lueludes tesUnmnlul "f healing
Is held ut g o'clock. TImi reading room ,
which is maintained ut the game ad
dress, li open daily from .9 a. 111. to 9
p. m., where tho Bible und authorlxed
Christian ggleuee-- literature may Un
read, borrowed or purchasetb V
The public Is cordlully,.livIJnoal- .
tend the chjirch service Und-lo visit
Ihe reading room.
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First lluptlst Cliurcli .
Sunday Aool ut 10 a. ut. f.
I ftlley, Snpt. 4wtng to unavoidable
!( lrcuinstnnc.es tho It o'clock aervico
I last Sunday had to bo postponed, but
I will be condm tcd by Mr. Morru- U
I ,.;..HP n.mil music. It Is Hoped
there may be a larue attendance us all
are cordially Invited. Business meet
ing of the church will be held Wednes
day evening, Aug llHh. ,,.'
By lli-lirii'tm W. Iriwn
We all recall te old alleged inci
dent of the mother who told the child
ni.t to-tuf beans up his nose Uuriiuf
er c.bsence hoy the childT-ecelved
the spRgestion as n new pmy aim no
the ii'iother. Uiion her return; found
that "the worst had happened." This
lllubtiatcd the negative mother.
AT LIBERTY HALL
TRE EXPECP AT RIGA!
-RIS, Aug. 6. (I. N. S.) AU the
Americans whose release from prison
has ' been promised by Moscow soviet
In return for American relief are ex-
pected at Riga within a few days, said
a T?!am riiertatfH. rTlic.v will ha raroH
jjfor by representatives of th American
Uiiiou HaPayant's Orchestra .
Some Dance , , All Welcome
UNIER AUSPICES AMERICAN LEGION
P o w e r
(East ureBonlun Special.)
IMS TRliE LODtiE SCOUT CAMP
Aug. 4.-Vhy not.fiome to Immigran
springs and put in Sunduy with the
Boy Scouts? That Is the question that
two scoutmasters and J scouts are
askii.ff. The facilities for swimming
could not bebetter. both in the lake
land in a fine hole near Mcacham.
S nuckleberries are to be had, when
you find tn , .. But listen, fond
rents, big brotnoi. snd sisters!
lease don't come emnty hHint.nl. This
I is a hunirrv himrh Wn il.. n
Pies and cakes but pome substantial
food like a slab of breakfast bacon.
Prunes? pork and beans, canned corn
or peas. It takes eight cans for a meai
or any of these commodities or of
frrit. Our food is well prepared and
we heve had plenty of it so far; that Is
v-hy we are getting low on some
tbi'gs. And we wish to keeD our ex-
r i!es down to 5.00 per person for
t ten days if possible, hence we nsk
IU you to visit us but not empty handed.
CD Til f flirt S' AVe are already extending thanks to
U 111 A " Tin. ..... T T..l,1 xl ,
v,i6t x CCllli:i VI IVd XJlilCUin,
who. caine this 'waj? yesterday and he
was not empty handed Uo brought
the boys a box of apples, enough can
ned soup for a meai and crackers for
me same. Thank-. you fur what you,
too, ure going to bring us, and enjoy
us as well as the mountains.
!f we look for good In our Ilttle.ohes
we will surely find It. Yet" we must
look searclilngly with those wiser eyes
if luve for alusl the negative things
are far tob easy to see. s
."-' let us try for one day to eiiiplia-
Hi,,;, the good in those about .us, to
I recognize every good attempt lit our
The positive mother employs a lif-'i hMilren, however small, and wo will
lerent method, in leauing ner ciumiimu omaeiM-a on uiu irue aigiiway 01
over a muddy -street, she says, "Let peace.
us step on ull the hlgn places, aim nu ici us iry lur one oay 10 empna-
they both reach the othur side dry
shod. ' ,
The negative mother or teacher is
size the good In those about us, to
The sulvntloil Army
Adjutant und Mm, C. Peterson oftl-,
c.rs In charge. Residence 309 S.
Main street, telephone 105S.
Sunday mornfng service 1 1 n. III.
Sunday school 1:30 p. m. Sunday ,
evening 8 p. ni. Week, nights-Tuesday, .
Thursday and Saturday.- 1. m.
Kveryone Is cordially Invited to lit
tend these services. Clood music and t
singing. We are to be favored Villi &
visit from Urigailler Hays, recently'
from Canada, but now in charge of the
Salvation Army work for the State ot
Oregon, on August
ment for further particulars
WASHINGTON, Aug. 6. (A. U.)
The senate adopted a resolution by
Wadsworth asking the department of
commerce for information regarding
the competition of European motion
pictures said to sell here at one fifth
of the domestic cost. '
jo full of dont's" that she herself ami
the little ones 'under her become mys
tified and discouraged. It Is like
constantly knocking .down blocks be
fore anything has been built.
The positive educator construct... A
t'it of honest praise for something well
.lone builds up within the heart of a
little child love for tho one w ho prals
ts, discernment and love of the i;ht,
firlence in the good that he-can do
and a gnat desire to do another good
tliiiij. Such moments ot recognition
b;?o even ihe grown-ups, and how
inurh more are children helped! The
mother says, "My child was generous
t Cay in sharing his tops with his vis-itii-"
cousin." and the child glows
with joy at the words, pondoring over
their,. Thus his character Is being
formed ami on the side of good. .
V'hy should mothers and teachers
ever fall Into the fruitless, negative
ay when the good fruit Js all on the
pr.s;Tiv-e side of the fence?
If wo are tired or worried, we can
not ins Dire our children. We our
selves must first seek inspiration and
tliH rilm and poise which It brings.
Frobcl siys: t
"If j 011 would bind your little one to
yuu, "- !
I;ind your own soul to all that is high
und true. i
And let its light shine clear through
ull you do!" -S'
me people always meet us with
.1 ti.le of woe and continuo to talk
tii",r.iJvcK. We come away fagged.
Otbrts talk about the beautiful, see
irg ftod all about us. W'o are then
able to give something constructive to
:h-se wo meet, especially to the chil
dren, who will surely grow through
out r ongltion and nurture of. evofy
little impulse of good springing up
within t tie in. .
rrr.oxnlzo every good attempt lo our
children, however smiiir and wo will
find ourselves on the true highway of
HOC BR W. BAUSON
tiN CHARAtTEK TRAINING
Roger W. Hal"ii. tho famous stutis
ticia.i. author of the widely read book,
"S 1 ndalions of Prosperity," haa said:
"The great need nt the present time
Is not for more railroads, or for more'
steamships or more factories or more
cllles, hut for moro character. :
"To develop the character, weonustj
start in the home, Boliool and church 1
whn tho children are young.'' j
If there is no kindergarten in your
ccnnnunlty, the National KJndergar
ten Association, g West 40th Street j
N York City, will gladly co-0eratc 1
with you In an efforfto secure one. I
Villon Church Services
On court house lawn ut 7:15
r'ermon by Rev. John H. Seaor.
Ject, "As Other .Men."
At the rresliyterlan "hurch. East
Alta and College "streets. Morning
sermon at 11 o'clock by Rev. John H.
Secor. Subject. "The Father' of AH."
ST. I.OC1S, Mo., Aug. 6. (I. N. S.)
The Kentucky Military Institute has
filed suit In circuit court here to re
cover pi 11 3 us the balance due. 011 tu
ition of Robert H. Smith, sixteen, son
of Ector H. Smltfl, Louisville, Ky.,
broker. Young Smith was expelled
from tho military school at mld-tcrm.
HLs father declined he will resist pay
ment for schooling which his son did
WOI LI) llKOl't'B AI1JIV.
WASHINGTON, Aug. G. (V. P.)
Senator Roruh has Introduced a reso
lution providiiwTTor the reduction of
the army to 200,000.
THE PARTING OF THE WAYS
CHAR A GTE R G A RS
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tjl is simply the repetition, of what HkjikumIs ot Hayi' purchasers liac
skl of the model 47 Hayiies tnca-pawenf er Uwiring tar. It fa an of-
fring lliat will successfully undrgo tX)murison with car after car'
cubing at li!a.sl a tlKuartI dollars more. s -
lAMk at it full aluminum body n item or executive more tiiaii -worth
rcaliiing. Xoie the famous and powerful Hayiies-lHiilttiiotor
Appreciate Ihe advantage of olii5 a ar which is 85 pr-r cent built . '
in tlio grca.t Ilajnes faelorlej; at Kokonui, undif the constant siiM'r-
vision of tlu- Hayncs engineers, who poswess the ac-ciiiiiiilati-d jieri
niet: of more Dian a quarter of a ccntni y,
JHik at the roomy limwau Ihe wide, deit-uphoNerel seats, the
iuouglitul ritings and conveiiieui'c. Ixok at Ihe s)le or the car itself 1
lite sweeping lines and itravefnl aHM-arauec over all. Th-n you . ',
will uiuh-rttand why Umtc is and liasylsi siHfli a continuing dttiutnd
for Uie UayiKu you will init wmiulcr at Uin fa-t tliat the Hajnes fae
torkw are now nuniiig 133 per iml ipac1ly oiiiuirct with prsli
tii or relou, years. 4 ,
'With all tlrfo increased priMluxlMi it is luird for lis -to kwp up Willi
Hie orders, and we urgititjy reemimefd that you inspect the mixl.'l
47 llajitHK touiing ear at oiioe and make jour rcsci vatioii to be sure
of itronifit d-ti-ry,
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HAYNES SALES & SERVfCE COMPANY-
'22 Cottonwood St.
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Motor Inn Garage
Phone 868 m
lo93-Thc Hay nes is America's First Car
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IIAK ACIIIEVKIJ ItFX'DGMTION
AS HXK Ol' THK I.KADIN'M Ml.S
ir HCIIOOI.S OF THK COt'XTUY.
TIIRIH Gil ITS NOTABL.K KAC
I lA-V OF AIITIST-TKACHKR.H,
MODKRN AND COMfUCTK
Kijril'.MKXT, T II O It O V O Ji
COfJtSKS IN ALL HI'.ANCIIKS,
AXI) HK.L t lll'.OCXKI.NGS IT
(WERS TO MtSIC STl'UKNTS
I'XKXCICI.LKI) A U VANTAGES,
Fall Term Opens Sept. 12
l or Calaloi; and Isiw
Tuition rtiites, Afldrjis.-
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HOWARD I l-HAIT, Dlrcelor
M ill In N ulla, ' Wah.
HOLDS ITS SHAPE .
When you purchase
a pair of ' ; -
W. L, Douglas Shoes It'
you arc getting the
. best shoe value for X:
the price that money
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