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FRIDAY, APRIL 4, 1001
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FOR A CLEAN TOWN.
A commendable spirit of energy is
manifest on the part of the common
council and the Commercial Associa
tion and the citizens generally that
indicates good prospects for Pendle
ton's improvement during the coming
summer. Street sprinkling will be
done at the expense of the municipal
ity, and another wagon will be added
to those heretofore In use. The street
commissioner will vigorously attend
to the matter of causing the cleaning
of the highways. The health officer
will see that debris is removed that
might menace the people with fevers
and other disorders. And all along
the line there will be a movement to
make Pendleton clean and tidy. This
is pleasing to all who entertain feel
inga of civic pride. It will pay, too,
for Pendleton will have an unusually
large number of visitors this summer.
Thousands will be here to attend the
Woodmen's log-rolling, the Hereford
sale, the Adventlsts' camp-meeting
the hosts will pass through the town
as they come from the East to seek
homes in thcCoast states. Let every
one encourage the movement. Let
lawns and front yards and back yards
be cleaned voluntarily, to the end
that the officials may be assisted In
their good work. Clean the town!
be men w ho are selected according to! approved and condemned by people;
in i urriej . some say ihhi is ac-i
the suggestion of that gentleman.
t i . . . ,,, , I curate and just; others accuse him
w ....0 , of ,jelng actuated by prejU(iice and
man. D. B. Hill is coached by his
New York friends, and Arthur P. Gor
man is backed by Maryland and other
supporters. But, so It seems to the
East Oregonlan, neither can arouse
the enthusiasm of the democratic
hosts as Tom Johnson can. The
Ohioan possesses Ideal qualities as a
candidate. He Is practical, experlenc"
ed, honest, vigorous and today rep
resents the most hopeful tendencies
in the held of national politics. Un
less conditions change materially dur
ing the next year or two, Johnson
will be a winner in 1904.
nersonal snite. He has at least stir
red up the sultan and his court to a
degree of indignation that has not
been snown here for many years.
The missionaries say that Abdul
Hamid is a bad sultan, but a good
Moslem; that his fanaticism is equal
to that of any faker in bis realm,
and that he Is responsible for the
persecution of the Christians and for
the massacre of the Armenians; that
the orders were given by him personally.
A MAIDEN'S MISTAKE.
A. COWARDLY SULTON
Willlnni E. finrf Is writes frnm. f!nn-
stantinople to the Record-Herald:
Every body says that the sultan is
made a cownrd by his advisers, who
keep telling him that his life is in
danger and who are continually dis
covering conspiracies which never
exist. The latest conspiracy against
him. is attributed to on of his best
and most loyal friends, Fuad Pasha,
The Hero of Elena, one of the fore
most generals of the
Russia In 187" and the war against
Greece in 1S97. Fuad Pasha is an en
lightened and honest, man anil litis
had the confidence of the foreigners
to a degree greater than almost any
other of the sultan's favorites. And
until recently he was so much of a
favorite that the sultan allowed him
An Iowa court has rendered a de
cision that will be considered too
mrr. for mything by t . i. :ii :ons r
that state, especially if tiioy are par
tially artificial in 'jj1!- makeup. nn
which will be rejaidcil with favm by
young men whose courting days are
A young man proposed marriage to
a young woman anu was accepted.
He dotlbtlesR lnvpil hpr nil nvor hill
he was particularly enamored of her
neautmii luxuriant hair. Expressing
Ills admhation thereof nnp dnv tn n
rival of his fiancee, she said that the
war against crown OI -auty ougnt to ue ueauti-
iui, us ma uw.ier nan nam a large
price for it.
The young man, incredulous, de
manded of his brioe-to-be the truth,
She acknowledced that the hnlr she
wore was not a natural growth where
worn but had been an article of mer
chandise; whereupon he broke off the
Iu different styles, such ns will prove
objects of utility i.utl beauty In any
Catalogue of Mantles Free
Electric llxtures, lumps, 8"(1'
chandeliers, globf s, etc.
VERY LOW PRICES
Will furnish original designs for til-
HK. wood worK or
cial (leslfruB for fitting up saloons. Ub
timutes furnished free.
Tie Tohn Batrctt Company l
,. , . ,i ta, f-rr j'otf
to hold his handkerchief for the peo- f engagement and diverted his court
pie to kiss, which was a mark of the I i?.g facuIties '"to other directions,
greatest honor and confidence. He Thereupon the maiden with the beau-
iiiui oougnion nair sueu ner lost Iov
kept Fuad Pasha about his person
continually, giving him the command
of his bodyguard, but a few weeks
ago Fuad offended the detective de
partment, which reported to the sul
ed for damages and breach of prom
ise of marriage, but the court held
that It was the hair that li
larly admired, and she had decieved
him with reference thereto ho wns
tan that his favorite was becoming! iim nwit.h reference thereto, he was
involved with the reformers known ! leKa!,y J"stlfied i" refusing to carry
BYERS' BEST FLOUR
To make good bread use flyers' Bst Flow. It took first
premium at the Chicago World's Fair overall competi
tion, and gives excellent satisfaction wherever need.
Every sack is guaranteed. We have the best Steam
Rolled Bailey, Seed Rye and Beardless Barloy.
PENDLETON ROLLER MILLS
W. S. BYERS, Proprietor.
Buy their stock bythP.
carload lots and a
tfPt the. U r.. ' . "cri
. "c'-nt of th.
them to sell at a verl! 1
I IF YOU NEED
sand, Terra Cotta J
get out prices.
R. FORSTER, Proprietor
Gasoline Engine for Sale
invoiveu witn tne retormers known I "-y " '""B 10 carry
at the "Voung Turkey" partv, and 1 out his ensegement, and that she had
Clint. li. , no lecal redress.
wiuuu ins nuuse. T . , . .
iei mis irue taie or courting and
a court be a warning to all maidens
ed who they were and what they I a similar situation; If any essen
were there for, hue he pretended to 1 lial cnarm of theirs' is artificial, let
spies were set to
Fuad noticed strange men around
his premises. He nrohnlilv sn
Fortunately, the question of direct
legislation the initiative and the
referendum will not be a partisan
Issue in Oregon politics in the coming
campaign. Both parties will advocate
it and therefore representatives of
both parties will be in duty bound to
support It in any manner in which It
come up before the legislature. Every
newspaper of uny importance In Ore
were there for, hue he pretended to 1 tial charm of theirs' is artificial, let
believe thev were burglars, and pur-' , m be careful not to let this fact
chased a supply of rifles and revolv- become known until after marriage;
ers, which he placed in the hands ofor better corageously make the fact
liln snnmnl. mill. .1 ! lillOWn and trust, to rllf vnnnrr mon'a
IWIIIO ,11111 lliaLI UUIIUIIH IU lire ' ,, V" ,r..l..B 4MU W
if they became offensive This fnM ! gallantry and generosity.
was reported to the sultan promptly 1 B,,t fort,lnately, at least out here
and the vigilence of the spies was In- i 11 0reSn- s"ch a case would scarcely
A few days later a collision occur
red between them and Fuad's ser
vants in which several were killed
and wounded. Fuad was immediate
ly arrested and taken to the palace,
and after an interview with the sul
tan was sent aboard the latter's pri
vate yaciit, which sailed at once for1
Beyrouth without allowing the pris-1
oner to communicate with with his
family and friends. He is
to have been sentenced for life to
exile at Damascus instead of 'hplrif
executed, which is a timru- if trot
forbearance on the sultan's part.
ever come up; physical artificially is
doubtless rare, and few young men
would be decieved in any such point
u pto the proposing state of court
A five horse power srasoline engine with pipes and fittings, oil tanks
.1 1. n.l.ln ry .mnnfcnrw tn cnt 11 n nnri nnprnfp. Tl n fr i n f
an u wdici idims. GvciyniiiiK ijjm r "t""" "b---
and fittings are all new, being in use only a few weeks.
Entrine is verv economical and guaranteed to be satisfactory. Prici
$250 including fittings. Address
East Oregonian, Pendleton, Oregon.
Fuad will have nl
at Damascus. Several of the sultan's
hopefully awaiting a day when their
sovereign will be less susceptible to
the Influence of his hired spies and
uuiucuves anil more trustful of his
loyal friends ami
great difference, however, is his ma-'
J' sty's natural distrust. When his'
suspicions are once aroused his
gon is counselling the neonle to so , dle dlways distorted and his !
that direct leoinintinn 1.0 n.n.i- -pnni ence can scarcely ever he re-
. . . " " " !" sioreu. He is thus driving n... t
ot tne law of the commonwealth, with him some of his most valuable mi -
VPrV f nil' nvnA.,11 ... . . . I llf-l,.i,. will.
.v.,, c.i.uuiuiis, iNumuers or thel
most prominent and influential citl- ?ere Drys, author of the "Phi
zens of the stnio n,. ,i,o....i.. 4,.J."0 ne or the Sultan," recently miln
UVilllUllllllli: III.II llahnl I.. T-1
-- 'iiiiu uuiua no I'luu-ueuiugs nre only for-
nromise of nvlt n-hiin u ...m i mal, however. Iien.nma xi,. r ...
respects make for good. It is not tn C0l""ry before tile manuscript of I
I- assumed that u L teZ!
claimed for ir i- ic ha i,aM B"nimont
i""ji--i;iuiB win uonvu iu surrenuer nim but
be realized. It is not a ne plus ultra. "as ref"sed to do so. Mr. Dorys, 'how-
Tt I. . . lOVer. Will imvni. I. .
43 "UL u ""'vent tor all of the prob- t0 hjs home ,u 10 ret,lrn
!rco1I!l"'!Clt,ZCn?hil, h !'!?:. Pn nat.osave
""' B"vuriiinuiu. uur iciiuesieu Uy tllO Turkish nm.
mi-AOr InrrlolnilM . 111 . .. I IlilCOflilnn ... .
.., wul glve t0 tno 1)eo. ....uuuu, i Hupiiress tne volume and
Plo opportunities to veto bad laws or ,u S",'0tan has beon ,etl to beove that
Propose some that their .,.. f 'l8eihavo been complied with
tives refuse in o. "m " w Yor1"- 0,lt nothing has
, . "u " "ki- as "eei. none, excopt n Sweden
a deterrent upon the tendency to J?110. t Is reoprted. the palace In.
Place usnlosR mnetiMfl il . . . Uiontles were inRtrim,! A ...
.- . H vutjtitva uijuii in Rrnt.i 1, . . . v, . u iiuL 111 iinr.
ute books. T u!e ?aIe of the work. But it i
I j uuiiuuui
J. K. JONES' RETIREMENT,
See tMecnac that
duttar around nd
est at the root of the
hslr, nuklns dand
raff, cuulnx fslllnj
hslr, finally bald-nesst
A fietltly Hull.
"A" marks exter
nal layer et cplder
mle sheath. n
marks the interior
marks the Internal
layer. C" marks
u root of the hair.
,Jtfthose parasitic germs;
that does. Deatrnv h m...
you remove the effect."
FOR SALE BY DRDfifjISTS.
JUST THINK OP IT
Three-fourths of the people in Umatlll comity
me usiuK uur anruBBs una saaaies ana me
w iuuihi lusv uuiameaceu 10 use mem.
All this goes to show that ours are all FIRST
CUSS and PRICES RIGHT. We carry a com
plete stock of Collars, Spurs, Brushes, Whips,
Sweat-pads.Paclc Baddies, Uajrs, StriDR leather,
Tents, Wagon covers, Canvas, all kinds.
Leading Harness and Saddlery.
Mr. Dorvs is n o., . ..
, : r " uno 01 tne
The defeat of United States rb. SeP n,8te..0' sultan. His
tor ff. K. Jones, of Arkansas. I C a."ned- "
Governor Clarke, at the recent nr.. Crete and a eLril?'0'
mary election, will probably cause a T" a ji?st 1,0 occupied until his
new national chairman to be selected i L,I S," .8,)fnt ,1,s chllilhood
V the democratic central ,mn,,,T ilTJ.J1'0 th Y""' Kiosk.
He agreed o abide by the Issue lTof ff
l"UB s to do relegated "."vums 01 e ottoman court
to tim ri,o, i. and much of tim mnii . :
- i- . turns, senator Jones ic oi.i " " . , . .'vimi Ui ",s ok
ZyZ:aa le domoTat,c party fa,th-htT beSevt,;vlls
'""'i "u ne goes lntn
1. a record of much good work dono death. Mr. Dorys was corres-
.u. u. organization. However, his I,". t, 11 7 "le London Times at Con
retireniGiit probablv mpnna mi-
stantinople for two or three
candidacy of Tom L. made. himself fam!Hr'
mayor of Cleveland. O.. wl Z
served and that those who ,,, J ta e undertook, but : ,t le!
ac cmtm piesldentlal campaign wUll JSoaot VohTy?ot VS'fitJ
A WONDERFUL MEDICINE.
wSUio?V,?d,NtJVOU3 Disorders, such as
Wind and Pain in the Stomach, Sick Head-
sun TM.:wLr;""ss.",":ne tne
lln "ff nHlnlc ,o'nM.
nuwledeed to le WIJHuUT A RUfAt
huhM ickly reit0 ymalea tocompleU
hVt, "il'i Jhey, Promptly remove any oUtruo.
Hon or irregularity of tie system. gr
log the muScular SystemTrf storing thitVZ'
lost Complexion, bringing "Sck'the " kJX"
edge of appetite, ancf arouiini with tS
are ''acu'ml tfiS W&53S; in Sn
LaraesTt s.E -iV'4"1" nve ,h
Not on Pasco,
I still have Farms for Sale
me KUAL tbl ATE MAN.
Savings Bank Building, Pendleton, Or.
When you drink
Guaranteed not to
cause headache or
Ask for it.
Schultz Brewing Co
pass a pleasant even
ing playing Pool or
Pool and Billiard
ai3 Court Street.
The farU Exposition
Cold medaU wtr
t wapdtd at
If You Want to
Buy or Sell
THE MINUTEST DETAIL
Doesn't escape our notice when J
carringe. Thnt is whiit makes our wtrinwl
l..nl In Ihla II.. XV t . . .
,ii ma mil., i . ucil iuu 1TI1UL TnmnfdiMl
... . . ""I
iuu in urai cni?s oruer una made mi.
new Drmg it to
Water St, near Main, Pendleton, (
"I Wnillfl nil niuln tlilnlr . Ar.1.. -I
business without clerks as without J
nuvertising.- John Wanamsler. t
Another Kfnrpmnnf In- Vm
paper advertlslnc is the rarat n. 1
Bultful compared to price tta"l
any otucr aavertlslng in tn 1
Bpace In the East Oresroalaa k ;
sold at low rates.
SEE FOR YOURSELF:
Four Inch Ad in the Daily
East Oregonian. One Week.
6 Times U
four Inch Ad in the Weekly
1 Time, and Semi-Weekly
Or a Four Inch Ad in Both
Daily and Weekly and
Semi-Weekly, 6 Times in
Daily, I Time in Weekly
tuuviUkuiu irvw '
WHO CAN GIVE YOU
A LOWER PRICE
17sit M InnnAii lm a rtv fnr TftttTt i
space the rates are In the un
Ads undor contract, at w
,0 ti.il In. t t. n I n nlmlnA nt nUO : I
tlon In paper, with change of copl I
without extra charge, as ottea MJ1
uuce a wcck.
Doing business without til'
tlslng Is like winking at a pretty,
girl In the dark. You may too1
what you are doing, but no oai
else does. '
The East Oregonian's Tekpho
is Mam i
OR WRITE TO TUB
IAS In tliA IAfl
1 AW 1 1 amta Villi- a
the ,.bil e.u,J.?vo n bofor
ecliam'a lJiu Published, M
SoW Terrwhert, la box 10c and 86c.
Bold br JOHN miiiMiiM.
The Louvre Saloon
mmo. OR ANYTHING ELSE
Put an add In the
classified columns of
the East 0rcflonlan.
as there Is no otW
Dreat an audience to
your needs a6
ugn the colum.
o this paper.
CR0WNER BROS Everybody hereabo, f
muu-honk main rric "Wabouts
BUV YOUR -
Oregon Lumber fi
AlU St., opp. Court jaon' i
PRICES AS LOW AS THE LOW
For All Kinds of Bulldla M
anu i at
And Doa't Forget Our WJgtT
For Barns and DWtHW'