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CURRENT POLITICAL DISCUSSION.
. .. n f..l ...SMi nil itn
' ... 1 "1.1 .. lMmltl n WITH Jill ILii
t I bequeath to my cnimicu .
TbeQuest ions at ISSUC before the People Of OrenOO Today. I ottendant horrors, humiliation and suffering. This is a
T , i -,efon'tf n lipnw burden to
strange legacy to iwivc v"Tr-"J ' " '
ntinS the shoulders of the young.
my defeat far more than I do, as 1 Thig treacherous disease dwarfs the body and hinders
proven uy uieir letters wmcn come yje rrrowth and development oi iuc lu-uhi, ...-
every day from without as well as cj,ii,j j,orn Gf blood poison, or scrofula-tainted parentage,
within my district. They are of the . , equipped for life's duties.
same class of republicans; neither et,,L 5f n disease with numerous and varied
rnnlll.Hnn.io fo- H, rt lntnrf OCrOIUld 13 u "lov. t !. it, 1.
weak eves and dreadful
-i.2 L.w rliffprptit narts of the body show the
r ..u,.,inr nr cprnfulons matter in the blood
nnu steauny aisease en
LETTER FROM MR. MOODY
HE DOES NOT ADMIRE THE
BAR IN CONNECTION
IN CENTER OF BLOCK
BET. ALTA & WEBB STS
F.X. SCHEMPP, Prop.
rieplles to Recent References In
That Papers a Columns and Makes
Several Intimations Which Are of
Conjrressman Moody writes the
following interesting letter to the
House of Renresentatives. U. 53..
Washington, May 1. (To the Ed-
itor.) I have read with surprise and
pain the article entitled, "How
About This?" which anneared as tho
leading editorial in The Oregonlan
oi April mm, wnere you say:
of serving as Oregon
tne republican congressional cam
palgn committee. It would he do
slrable to ascertain before the an-
liointmcnt is made whethfir ATr
Moody Is sincerely and actively in
terested in .securing the largest pos
sible vote for Mr. Williamson, his
victorious rival and mirrpRHfnl nn.
pirant for the republican nomination
ior representative from tho second
Oregon district. It is believed at.
The Dalles, Mr. Moody's home town,
that his frlonds are Interesting them.
selves in other directions."
"The vote of Wasco countv will
measure the republicanism of Mr.
Moody and his friends."
The assumption that It Is nnsslhln
if not nrObable. that because I wna
not nominated to succeed myself in
congress my influence will be exert-
eu in a manner unfriendly -to tho
success of tho republican ticket in
Oregon In the coming election, is un
just and untrue. For more thnt a
quarter of a century, over slnpn T
reached the voting age, I have given
my vote and earnest support to tho
republican party, its candidates and
its .policies, never once faltering nor
ever stopping to consider that. mv.
self of my friends were or were not
Honored with nomination for official
position. For more than 20 years
OI mat time I nether linrl nrt.
thought of asking such recognition
for myself. I am a republican by in
heritance from a pioneer father,
who, having thrown the vigor of his
early manhood into the cause of the
republican party at Its birth, before
the state government existed, and
when devotion to tho principles of
liberty and progress on which tho
party was founded promised no visi-
oie return but derision, has never
nincned nor wavered, down to this
uay; and tne princln es ami nnllnlos
of the party have been my political
creeu and commanded my constant
aim conscientious devotion through
uii oi my aauit lire. Is it not natur
al, then, that I - am surprised and
deeply pained that through the edi
torial columns of a paper so cro.it
-- ' oCrOlUia IS U iii.-i;.i3t ...
Means for the spoils of victory, Bvmntoms. enforced glands or tumors about
breeders of division and schism XShofhxcyosanA
in tho nnrtv organization: nnd I uuu uuipw, . . i,,i ,
am not sneaking ha iv Vnr w.t ont skin eruptions upon . cmiereiu paru, ui u. uy .
t r ., ' C . " , nrpppp nf tubercular Or SCrOIUlOUS llUlttCI IU mc uiuuu, iii.a u..6.v.
nformat Ion when I say to you in PXTLh, itself securely in the system and attacks
tne tranuness of absolute sincerity, nu siwuuj ubw " . iM twMnnd resultinc in
and- with the deference due to your the bones and tissues destroys the red
aee and oxnnrfeneo thnt nttaeka white swelling a pallid, waxy appearance of the skin, loss of strength ana
by insinuation, a gradual wasting away of the body. , . ,.
.'t. ..,.' o o tj u:..a Ur.th niirifviticr and tonic nronerties. and is cunran-
teed entirely vegetable, making it the ideal remedy in
all scrofulous allections. It purines tne aeienoraiea
blood, makes it rich and strong and a complete and
nerm.mcnt cure is soon effected. S. S. S. improves
ticket, especially when the weapon the digestion and assimilation of food, restores the
ou bay. oi attack is the voice of the greatest lost properties to the blood and quickens the circulation, bringing a lieaiuiy
idy is desirous Jvocate of those principles in the color to the skin and vigor to the weak and emaciated body.
Pnm vWe,St,M , ,m' Write us about your case and our physicians will dieerfully advise and
esslonal cam- You do the people of Wasco coun- .-t.i, i,po1Mi nnnv nn hlwvl nnA
ty great injustice when you assume ;cncc 1 err,nr r--
tnat my loyalty to the party will be w jyT" .
determined by the support they give
age and experience,
whether airect or
UPOn thfi lovnltv nf Riiph men tn tho
principles they profess and to which
they have devoted them selves In ad
versity as wen as prosperity, are not
nueiy to increase their zeal for the
to the republican ticket. It Is true,
I fondly believe, that in Wasco coun
ty, the county of my home. I enlov
the warmest friendship of the great
mass of the people, and it is true
that In the. primaries preceding tho
recent convention, the remihll pans
or that county expressed their con
tinued pnnflrlnnnn In n-in lup n .l
cislve vote. I trust It may not be GEORGE
uiuiiBiu immodest ior me to add that
It is also probably true that many
of them felt much disappointed that
I was not renominated. I hope and
believe that the rennhlienn tlpi.-ot
will poll the full strength of the par
ty in Wasco county; but you place
eiiuruiy too low an estimate upon
the intelligence and party loyalty of
Secretary of State.
D. W. SEARS, of Polk.
HENRY BLACKMAN, of Morrow.
J. H. RAL3Y, of Umatilla.
Js E. GODFREY, of Marion
wiitjjjigeuue uuu party loyalty oil j- , ui juuwuu.
the republicans of that county when Superintendent of Public Instruction.
you assume that I could dictate their
votes, an estimate as unjust as
your insinuation that I would at
tempt to do so.
The editorial under consideration
Is unjust, and I linlf eve thnt mint, vn
flection you will agree that It Is; and
wiui an respect tor your judgment,
I believe It is also unwise.
MIALCOLM A. MOODY.
W. A. Wann. of Lane.
B. F. BORHAM, of Marion.
Member of Congress 2nd District.
W. F. BUTCHER, of Baker.
Senatorial District, Morrow, Umatilla
and Union Counties.
W. M. PIERCE, of Umatilla.
Representative, Morrow and Umatlila
V.-. F. MATLOCK, of Umatilla.
and influential as Tho Oregonlan, I
am presented to the nunnin nf n.
gon, among whom I was born and
with whom mv life hns no
closely associated, as a person nn.
worthy of confldnnee wlms ,.i.,t
- f - (j j.WiiV,-
lues are nut a hollow . nrntnnoo r.
WlllCll to achieve the nhWtc nP
But the merely norsHimi ncmont nt
this matter Is not its moat imnnrt.
ant aspect: nerhans. indeed t nnTi.t
not to consider It as a thing with
which the public at lame has nnv
COnCJm. The nillllln lo nnn.nnj
however, and especially tho republl-
" imTly m the effect which artl
. io me incw Age Man
In Portland at This Time.
The summary of the local political
situation, as presented in The New
Age last week, was pronounced by
mu uusL juuees as )e n tr fnir i-nnonn.
nble, and as accurate an eaHnmtn nJ
uuuu, ue maue. The situation -re
mains practically unchanged. The
lUKiimr republican ticket may be
gaining some votes gradually, or
may expect to gain, some as the
wimymgn progresses, but it remains
nue mat a very lnrire fmotin..
republican vote wh
. 1.11 ........ uc U1B
lUiJiiuuuun VOte at n nroal,lo,,Il
uicunun Will vote the Ynalnn lnl,
. fcv net,
or at least make the contest very
close. But while this f T 11 1 (l no ... I
1 11.. ... . "
Bmu l"e "diet as a whole some
candidates on both tipUetc i,
p . - t
u- A(jupnonai ntness
C. J. SMITH.
EDWIN A. RESER.
T. D TAYLOR.
C. H. MARSH.
W. D. HANSFORD.
CHAS. P. STRAIN.
JAMES A. HOWARD.
T M. HENDERSON.
will run ahead of their fellows: so
tnat It wmtlii nni i. i .
. uul ut- orange, accord- ...
ing to the present outlook if I JUSTICES AND ROn nicTt.o-rn
men on eaeh tlni,f " " -,"-."""" ",nh"ft
v.v,ilvl. iyciu uiecteu ' .nms.
though this, except in the event that T' C- RBID- Justice of the Peace
the contest is very close, may not F' w- WILKS, Constable '
apply to the legislaive ticket. C. U. DARR, Road Supervisor
As to the state ticket, with the pos- Alba,
sible exception of governor, it is W- GALLOWAY, Road Supervisor
only a question nf the ai ; Alta DlstrlrtDii-' r. "I'.-V'80'-
publican mnwi. '"I w"t- ".u,u.ru- wh..:. oil l""0K'. ""'and,
, uiiamuer- . onnngs free nets,
lain, ,n spite of the attacks upon him. E- C. BEITLE, Justice of the Pair
. , ah uiil'ri. xvriinn nrri.i yii muim a vorv otmn .1 .inww ttttt nnr .
cles such as that which gives 7 accl My in Mito0mah county and ii , ' HE3NR Y g j-pij Road Sunori
sion to this letter mav ha va nnnn I (dRS (Ipfrron In o.. n ' lAthin-9 ' 3uP0rvIB0r.
W. J. FURNISH, of Umatilla.
0f it. a. ukais, or iane uounty.
secretary or mate.
F. I. DUNBAR, of Clatsop County.
(T R. ArODRin nf. Klamath Countv.
Superintendent of Public Instruction.
J. H. ACKERMAN, of Multnomah.
A. M. CRAWFORD, of Douglas.
J. R. WHITNEY, of Linn County.
SECOND CONGRESSIONAL DIS
TRICT. For Congressman.
J. N. WILLIAMSON, of Crook County
LEGISLATIVE DISTRICT TICKET.
For Joint Senator.
J. W. SCRIBNEU, of Union County.
For Joint Representative.
G W. PHELPS, of Morrow Countv.
UMATILLA COUNTY REPUBLICAN
F. W. VINCENT, of Pendleton.
HENRY ADAMS, of Weston.
C. E. MACOMBER, of Pendleton.
M. J. CARNEY, of Pendleton.
F. 0. ROGERS, of Athena.
W. H. FOLSOM, of Pilot Rock. ..
J. SOMMERVTT.Tm nf Tl .11
GEORGE BUZAN, of Pendleton.
T. P. GILLILAND, of Ukiah.
J. W. KIMBRELL, of Pendleton.
W. G. COLE, of Pendleton.
Justice of the Peace Pendleton
THOMAS FITWERALD, of Pendle
A. J. GIBSON, of Pendleton.
Young Bloods of VtuA
a bandbox wouldn't tu-i. T!
their Huen or colored
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dry. No rough edires. Tin In .J
holes to annoy you. hut u,
work in laundering that can jl
uHwU juuf Buirw, collars ot k
uubu uuiur anu I1I1181).
THE DOMESTIC y
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pass a pleasant e J
ing playing Pool
Pool and BilLui
WILLIAMS & WILLIAMS
313 Court Street.
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The Louvre Saloon
Will you conaidoryour
time if you calf at
ouu.h a nun uok over
the oxquislto deaignB
in Wall Paper and de
corative articles. It's
a pleasure for uh to
Bhow you our line be
cause we are cor"'.
you'll and -'.BMnwi in
Vtterna. If you are
papering done corao
in and let us figure on
C. C. SHARP
Opra House Block Court St.
election. All oyer Oregon thero are
frnn VC ,S ,who have known m-e
from boyhood, many of whom regret
v" wtv,u iii cuiiiii urnor nnrto nonn nnri c...il a . .
th State hnt l. "h . . "M anrl ni-L " . uuu"' Xnont
' "c W1" naY0 10 mnKe ;:,r,Hl,.1mPr'ngs Precincts.
one ox the phenomenal runs of the
country's pO'iticnl history in order
iu uvercome tne crent n,,Mi
TT.l 1. ,
uuuor auen circumstances a good
uaiyr voters, ior local ofllcers, will
vuiu as tney please, with little re
gard for party ties;
Telephone Main '106.
No Sediment to Foul
No Disease Germs to
Endanger Your Health
VAN ORSDALL & ROSS
On election ri
regonlan said that "tho Mltohoii.
McBrlde faction, V.'JJh s ottice-
?? RBm , m&. Is th
-vov, tno moBt selfish and th&
most oxciusive ring ovor known in
our politics. For 30 years it has 'ruled
wiui a nign band anu has always
been unscrupulous and always cor
rupt." NOW. Within the aWt
of two years this "gang" has become
mo ijursuuiueu mioses to lead the in
nocents out of the political mire If
the Oregonlan will
or just one of this gang who Is any
J corrupt ana unscrupulous" than
he was two years mm anu mi
Journal will cheerfully admit that
"iu reason, aitlimich the nrct
oeen clven for Mr sn'o i .
..... -"-u-. a IIUJ).
UIVG US the name nlnncn nr. ty.-
pie tf Portland and of the state will
viuuun inat iiig rfin hno n
o tcvu mi
on the side of the Man in tbe Tower.
Who has loft the "nmiin ,
uuu uucuuio less "mmmi" tha, ...i
ho was recoiving the roast of tbe
Oregonlan? .lust fine niiitin .1 1 n n
Register before Mav -ifi u..
not be allowed to vote. It coets noth.
ing to register.
ORANGE cHAJtBERLAlN Justice.
or the Peace.
W wJ,pnrSS?H' Constable.
BOOKER, Road supervisor.
ot a (North Athena.)
CLARK WALTER. Road Supervisor,
Encampment-Encampment and Rud-
G. D. HILYARD . justice o'f the Peace.
r n tTi'ta instable.
U. D. HILYATtn Tj
p,.j,. - supervisor.
Pe2t lti0"T?n, and' NorS,.
A, 1 1 . bouth Pendleton, Reserv.:
iion, ruuon. Union. McKnu . un...
anu r-rospeci rTecinctfli
JOE FIX, Road Supervisor.
(Hoguo Preolnpt 1
Echo Echo, Yoakum and Umatilla
J0THN DORN, Justice of tho Peace
J. G. McCLET.T.Aivr o'""..V.ac0,
nonx ncnx, Junlner. v,...-i.
E. O. (rARP.v tjj .
Miit-M. wV-Tu supervisor.
M,lrri.i"d Sout.h M'lton, Val.
Ao SWPEJlce of the Peace.
W' W' D; aA Supery,80r,
Weaton-yVeston, East Weston
J. A. IjTTTTT ATI .WM n . . .
w. B. PRJCE, Road Supervisor. Wea-
Jf. E. ROACH, Road Supervlaor,
ri nilnf nl. I
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