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DAILY EAST CZSSXUK. TZZSttZCX OR2C0N, SATTODA EVENING, SEPTEMBER 10, 1921.
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Copyright 1919, Hart Schaffncr & Marx
Money back any time
you want it
IF YOU could put in crops with the positive guar
antee that you'd make as much on them as you
thought you ought to it would be pretty "smooth
1 You can buy clothes that way; at this store.
You are guaranteed that Hart Schaffner & Marx
clothes will give you all the wear, value, satisfaction
that you think you ought to get.
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If the clothes dont deliver everything you ask for
-we give your money back.
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THE OLD HOMETOWN
' nSUE P CBILNC DCCOSATtOMS IN 7HB RMC2 LUNCH
OOK CAO&HT FIRB TOPrVC UOSS WO DOLLARS
CHILD TRAINING AT HOME
100 Per Cent American
Let 'er Buck
AND GET IN THE CLASS FOR INITIATION
Protect Your Home
CAP MEETS EVERY MONDAY NIGHT
i lsaued by Ihe National Kin-
Tki. i. il nf tha fourth erlea of articles
dwgarten Association. Wert 4Mh Street, New York City. They are ap
pearing weekly in these column. - ( - . .
.TEACHING THROUGH PLAY.
By Mrs. C V. Sjnaire.
',:.: FOR SALE . ' .,
la there a kindergarten In your com
munity? No? Then vhy not practice kinder
garten principle In your own home?
I do not mean thla that you must
it down and devote every second for
three houra to your children. But
teach yeur child while you are about
your work. Teach him through play.
Today play 1 considered a great
factor in edueotion. "Play is the ex
preexioa of awakening instinct."'
Watch your little lrl with, her doll.
The doll Is her baby and she la Ua
mother. Through thle play sne is oe
veloplng the Instinct of mother love.
Watch your little boy playing siore or
fireman He, too, la preparing ior iu
ture manhood. ,. Let us thon teach !
. It-is an acknowledged fact that the
kindergarten gives a child certain ad
vantages, by cultivating self-confidence,
the power of observation, or
ginality of thought and other aualltlwi.
Let us see If it is not possible for
the mother to develop similar char
acteristics at home. . - .
First, Self-confidence: If the child
asks to help with the dlBhes, make
the bed, or perform other little tasks,
do not be too busy to listen to the re
quest. Accept the offer of assistance
with thanks, even If the work takes
longer or needs to te done over. Re
member this Is one of the ways of de
veloping self-confidence and helpful
ness. Discouragement will not culti
Second, Ability to memorize and
think: Children love anything rhyth
mic, whether the words are under
stood or not. Repeat or sing nursery
rhymes and Jingles to the children.
Soon they will be repeating and sing
ing them after you. Find the time dur
ing the day to read or tell them ator
'(ics Even- child loves a story, espec
ially If acted out.
t hird. Love of Nature: When out
for walks teach the children about the
trees' flowers, and birds. Nature can
be known and loved in the parks of
the city, as well as in the woods and
fields of the country. And reading
nature stories supplements the first
hand knowledge the children are gain
ing, thus adding to their Interest and
Fourth, Observation: This can be
cultivated by giving a child magaxlnes.
calling his attention to the different
pictures and pointing out every detail.
Then as he studies for himself, not
one thing in a picture, no matter how
small, will escape his eye. And he will
become observant not only of pictures,
but of everything else about him. ,
Fifth, Originality: With blocks, the
sandpile or plasticine, (the latter can
be purchased at stores carrying school
supplies) a child can be instructed in
the making! of various objects. Boon
he will branch out for himself, doing
really creative work.
Sixth, Cleanliness and Orderliness:
A child should be commended for
picking up his toys when he has fin
ished his play, having it impressed up
on him that these toys are his respon
sibility. It notice is taken of his clean
face and hands before and after meals,
then constant reminding will not be
necessary. Kind and gentle apprecia
tion Is an Inspiration. Fretful criti
With my little two and a half year
old daughter, I have followed the
Kindergarten thought, including the
above suggestions, and the results
have been most successful.
Dr. P. P. Claxton, former United
States Commissioner of Education,
said, "Our children must be guarded
as loyally as the country Itself and
the Kindergarten la an Important factor."
Do you wish to obtain the advan
tages of kindergarten training for the
children of your commounlty? If so,
address the National Kindergarten
Association, g West 40th Street, New
White's Doughnut Lunch
123 West Alta.
Owing to poor health, I am compelled to sell my place
GET IN NOW BEFORE ROUND-UP
J THE NEWIOILiCITXi
Twentyjfour trains daily on two railroads, and the Columbia River open to the
sea. A splendid Gravity Irrigation System covering 2,400 acres of Orchards,
Gardens and Farms. A domestic water system. Electric Lights. Telephones,
Newspaper, Church, School and
A Most Promising Oil , Well Now
YOU, as a lot buyer, will own outright the surface and Oil and Gas rights. ;
YOU will be the sole owner and director of the future of your tract of land.
YOUR land may prove to be as rich in Oil production as any in this field.
YOUR investment in one or'more of these city oil lots may result in being a
dependable assurance of many comforts and luxuries in the future that
otherwise would be unobtainable for many whose salaries or incomes are
inadequate.. - :
YOUR lot, bought tpday before the oil comes in for $100.00 may readily bring
from fifty to one hundred times its first cost to you within a week after
THEN, there's your individual holdings in the driling company, that is going
to make your lot more valuable by their drilling operations. . - ,. . Vo
lt's well worth considering seriously, is it not? Y.'Ixn
WILL BUY AN INDIVIDUAL
OF YOUR OWN.
In the CITY LIMITS of Attalia, with a GUARANTEE that $71.50 - of each
$lto0.00 goes into a special Drilling Fund to be used exclusively in drilling for
oil as soon as 140 lots are sold for $100.00each. All of these lots are located in
the Original Townsite of Attalia, most of which are 50 by 120 feet, fronting
on 60 to 80 foot streets, with 15 foot alleys in rear.
' Definite arrangements for conducting the drilling operations, above men
tioned, have been made with the ATTALIA OIL COMPANY, from whom I
have purchased a' large block of stock, and during the sale of these lots I
will give each purchaser a certificate of
7,150 Shares of Stock :
With Each $100.00 Lot
NO LOTS ARE RESERVED IN THIS SPECIAL OFFER. THERE ARB ONLY H TO BE flOLU
ON THESE TERMS AND THIS OFFER IS MADE SUBJECT TO WITHDRAWAL OR INCREASE IN
PRICE WITHOUT FURTHER NOTICE IN EVENT OF, AN OIL STRIKE BEINO MADE AT ATTALIA
BEFORE THIS SALE IS COMPLETED.
' TWO WAYS TO WIN "
Real Estate as Attalia Grows. Dil and Gas as the field develops.
You will wish you had bought a doien instead of one, before long.
If 1100.00 invetmiit will break jmi don't come in on this. BI T If you ran pnre $100.00
even by pinching a little bit don't pass up this chance to get IOl"IILK INTFJIKST In thft AUalla Oil '
Field now before oil Is struck for 1 100.00 wont go far when It will take A THOUSAND IKM.AHH then
to equal ONK HU5IDRICD DOLLARS In buying power NOW. ,
GEO. RY CLARK. (Owner) 741 Main St., Pendleton :
. Telephone 529 for Map. .' : -l r' :
, Address All Orders and Communications to '
W. R. CRAWFORD, Sales Agent
Box 342 KENNEWICK, WASH.