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RUBBER IN OUR WINDOW S
and you will see one of the best assortments of Hot
Water Bottles, Bulb and Fonntain Syringes, Atom
izers, Gloves, etc , that has ever been shown in this
city. They are made by the best manufacturers of
"rubber goods" in the United States, and each and
every article is fully guaranteed. When you need
goods in this line, remember we have the only com
plete stock kept in Pendleton.
time by thu lnveadgaUons vrhlch
honn rnrrlfld on for the past UO-,
cade at ono of thj station in the
great wheat region of the northwest.
This station, a department cf the
t School of Architecture in connection
'with the University of Minnesota, '
' has been at work testing old varieties
, rr trhont nil rt creatine new ones.,
Wheat, a self-fertilizing gram, gws ,
reproducing itself tnrougu auj
niimlini- flf Pfl'ttirlGS
nre-Adamic periods would, f plant-!
v 1 nf
J. HUNSAKER. of Yamhill
Secret, ry of State.
N A. DAVIS, of "Umatilla County.
xfpnANIEL. of Murawniui
ed through all the centuries produce; g r,nlendent of Public Instruction,
precisely the same wheat grown in KELaiST, of Yamhill County,
that far time. So. to produce a new) state printer.
wheat, man must come to the aid of ( , BROOKS, of Multnomah County
Xature. i Supreme Judge.
To create a new wheat pollen from. c BRIGHT, of Wasco County.
ntiA whpat flower is placed on the' ,- General.
stigma of another wheat flower in qoYNE of Tillamook County.
, the dawn of a summer morning, the Aon-ressmani First District.
I fertilized wheat is encased in a mask mRA3j GOULD Yamhill County.
! of tissue paper to keep away the nr,nm--man. Second District
birds and insects, and, in due season cpaulDING. of Wasco County.
. ..t-it. v. i not r. arAuui.'i "l
W. J. FURNISH, of Umatilla,
B, S. BEAN, of Lane County,
secretary of State.
F L DUNBAR, of Clatsop County.
p ? MO0RI of Klamath County.
Superintendent of Public Instruction.
J. H. ACKERMAN. of Multnomah.
A. M. CRAWFORD, of Douglas.
J. R. WHITNEY, of Linn County.
MONDAY, MAY 26, 1902.
NOTHING GOING NOWHERE.
the accredited J we may return. Horatio!"
sane asylums where masquerading
and fantastic dress and empty deco
rations are not out of place and with
out point. But to have an American
seek in all seriousness to make such
an ass of himself in the name of hon
or and his country is beyond one's
comprehension. "To what base uses
"Whltelaw P.ied .
representative of the United States
to the coronation . f King Edward
of England. Mr. Ried has won dis
tinction as a man of letters and as
a newspaper editor, being the owner
of the New York Tribune, one of the
inniiin? remihllcan naners in the
United States. Mr. Ried is noted in
other ways and imminent among
the councellors of the republican
party. Mr. Ried is z.ot noted for his
strong Americanism, being weak in
this respect. He rather admires the
force and fraud of monarchy, the
fuss, frills and feathers of royal'y
and is very little democratic in con.
sequence. Undoubtedly he was ap
pointed to his present mission, of
monkeying around the throne of Ed
ward largely on account of his incli
nation in this respect. He will
wear the garb, knee breeches and
powdered hair prescribed by the cus
tom of court life, with no revolt in
his American veneered heart, nor
with any burnings of conscience.
He will ape the empty noddles around
him with all the genuine pleasure
which accompanies lives of pretense
and make-believe. In other words,
he will be happy in the gilded cage
of royalty, never realizing his degre
datlon as an American citizen nor the
prostitution of mannood that truth
may follow fawning.
A few nights ago in New York
City Mr. Reid was tendered a ban
quet at which a number of the big
editors of the country made speeches
eulogizing Mr. Ried and wishing him
God speed on his mission and jour,
ney. Of course, none of them were
so impolite as to refer to the uglj
side of the honor accorded him, but,
no doubt, a number of them felt the
ignominy and thanked their stars
that their taste did not run in auy
such slough of despond ami derpy.
Among the editors who spoke at the
feast was our own Harvey W. Scott,
of the Portland Oregonian, and, from
his brief remarks, as given by the
news associations, one cannot help
fx m feeling that through Mr. Scott's
mind while he was speaking there
was a certain tinge of contempt flit
ting for the puppets that were to at
tend the gilded, tinseled fraud of a
coronation show at the court of St.
James and a certain amount of re
gret that an otherwise respectable
newspaperman, and one who thought
himself an American, was to be sac
rificed upon the altar of nothing and
, The very fact that an American
on Mr. Ried's mission has to dress
as he is told, to wear just what is
prescribed by the court custom or
the court lackies and observe in every
way to the letter the whimsical no
tions of the line of court tailors would
be certainly enough to turn away
any real man or American from a de-
LETTER FROM H. W. CORBEJT.
accomplish has been done a new
wheat has been ad-led .o be plant
life of the world. Hum!ied of new
wheats have thus boen added at' his
station. Hundreds have aVo been
found wanting when tested, lacking,
in some one essential or many; but j
out of the hundreds a few. less than
a dozen all told, have been found to
be superior to those from which they (
were bred better in yielding power,,
stronger to resist disease, as rich!
in food qualities. Selection too. has'
been an important feature of liej
work, the choosing of the choicest)
types for seed and breeding. 'From
"The New Agriculture." by W. S.
Harwood, in the June Scribuer's.
LIFE IN THE MoON,
Portland. Oregon. May 22. (To
the Editor:) A number of per
sons have called upon me in regard
to the Lewis & Clarke Centennial
& American Pacific exposition and
Oriental Fair, and have asked me to
designate who of the various candi- Garrett P. Serviss writes for the
dates for certain positions, in niyxew York American and Journal as
judgment would best subserve the in-- follows:
terests of the. fair, if they should be. Knocking his nose against the
moon is one of the most irritating
experiences of an astronomer. But
he can hardly avoid it at times. Our
volcanic old satelite is continually f,u-o
' getting in his way.
It is so provokingly near by
elected to the respective positions.
I have in all instances informed the
gentlemen that 1, being the chairman
of the State Commission, and also
chairman of the organization in Port
land, for the successful promotion of;
the enterprise, 1 nave oecnnea m i it represents tne nanu- mirr0r mani
every instance to express any pre-1 1)UjBte(1 bv a mischevious boy across
ference for-any candidate for these jthe street Its broad giarine reflet
respective positions, and have al-; tionf darting the slmlight into the
wajs iniuriueu ue Btsuueiuw. , observer's eyes, or into the tube ot
we wanted the help of .every class of;., telescone. nuts out the stars anu
the other more remote and really
G. W. RIGBY, Pendlc'.on.
I. W. BERRY, Freewater.
S. S. PARIS, Athena.
M. B. SCOTT. Pendleton.
G. W. INGLE, Milton.
W. G. HOPSON, Milton.
THOMAS CHANDLER, Pendleton.
H. L. FRAZIER, Milton.
R. E. BECK, Athena.
R. A. COPPLE, - endleton.
J. J. ADKiNS, Heppner.
The Prohibition party wants the
vote of every man who Is opposed to
the lecahzed saloon. This is tie only
way vou can make your opposition ef-
Remember this on election
day and vote right.
Look well to your
citizens, democrats, republicans and
every other shade of politics, to act
and co-operate with us in promoting
the success of the fair.
The requests from the board of di
rectors, to those who have been se-
grander things of the universe.
Diana, with her spreading skirts
of gauzy light, has always suited the
poets very well. For them she is the '
Iected to visit the various towns and premiere danseuse of the celestial !
cities in the state, was that they ! uauet, always in tne loregrounu. anu .
should avoid in any way any indica- very captivating in the glare of tue ;
tions of political preference for any ! ioouigms.
candidate, where meeting to create
an interest aud to ask aid and co-ou-eration
for the Lewis and Clark Cen
tennial. The board of directors
would regard it very unfortunate
if politics should enter Into
this laudable enterprise. It is the de
sire of the directors to avoid in
every way any political significance
of this event. It is wholly with u
view of honoring President Jefferson
and Lewis and Clark, who conceived
the idea of an expedition to the Pa
cific coast for the purpose of more
firmly establishing our rights to the
great Northwest, called :he Oregon
country, -that the people might inher
it and enjoy its vast region irre
spective of political predelictions.
and certainly in commemorating this
100th anniversary we should not by
any act of ours allow our political
preference to enter into the consid
eration of this great event.
I therefore desire to say, as chair
man of the organization for the pro
motion of the fair, that we wish to
declare that this enterprise, in no
way, will be used to influence the
voters for any particular candidate
for any position for which he may be
nominated by either party. I make
this statement as I have had fre
quent calls to know whether this fair
was to be a republican partisan fair;
or otherwise. I have always declar-
But the astronomer's glasses long
ago revealed to him the wrinkles be-,
neath the drapery, and, finding that:
it was only a dead goddess which
.made so dazzling a spectacle be- j
tweeu him and the stars, he resented j
her intrusion, and rejoiced whenever)
she temporarily disappeared behind :
the side scenes of the solar system. ;
For him the moon was generally a
nuisance, although something of a'
curiosity, and worth an occasional j
irlance. likp thp skull rm thf ilnrtnr's
table, because it served as a useful ! ARTISTIC DECORATOR
But lately there has come a fresh' AD
revelation. This is largely due to PAPFT? DP? AT T7T3
D.nrnon- tTMlt T.T TJI 1 .1 t. .. .
Are the new patterns in
wall paper we are show
ing. Our stock has that
bright new appearance
because all our stock is of
this season's styles. Con
fidence can be placed in
your getting a strictly
first class job and the
very latest ideas in paper
at reasonable prices if
you call at our store.
TRICT. For Conaressman.
J. N. WILLIAMSON, of Crook County
LEGPt-i-kTIVE DISTRICT TICKfcT.
Fn Joint Senator.
J. W. SCRIBER, of Union County.
For Jo nt Representative.
G W. PHilLi'S, 01 aiorrow uuuuij-.
UMATILLA COUNTY REPUBLICAN
F. W. ViN "ENT. of Pendleton.
HENRY ADAMS, of Weston.
C. E. MACOMBER, of Pendleton.
M. J. CARNEY, of Pendleton.
F. O. ROGI.KS. of Athena.
W. H. FOLSOM, of Pilot Rocfc
J. SOMiEERVILLE, of Pendleton.
GEORGE BUZAN, of Pendleton.
T. P. GILLILAND, of Uklah.
J. W. KTMBRELL, of Pendleton.
W. G. COLE, of Pendleton.
Justice of the Peace Pendleton
THOMAS FmERALD, of Pendle
A. J. GIBSON, of Pendleton.
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has studied the moon more assidu-;
ously than any other living astrono-l
The moon is not dead, after all.
That is the substance of the new
astronomical doctrine. There isi
something that lives and grows upon1
the lunar landscapes. It may be
some form of plant life, although
Professor Pickering is not prepared
to say that it is exactly vegetation.
But it resembles vegetation morel
than anything else. And it covers:
vast areas, that are like prairies in
It has color. We may sunnose that'
l F0 m SAVE AT THE EAST OREGOXIAJf
office, iarce bnnriloo nt mrcn.n
luiuius uer iuu Dig
WE ARE THE PEOPLE
and the only people in the saddlery
business that carry a complete stock of
Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Spurs, Sweat
Pads, Pack Saddles and Bags, Tents
W agon Coveas and Canvas.
Leading Harness and Saddlery
FOR SALE GASOLINE ENGINE, WITH
pipes, tanks and fittings, ready to oper
ate. II VP Tn AIT linrcn nn.AB T' 1 1
nnnoro or. h. w r I'unci. Ji.tuuuuill.-ttl
tolned for 25 centa l hnnrtf; " us 01 rui'- ..p"ce $250. East Ore-
yuuiau orace, -I'enaieton.
ed that there was no politic in thell1 isn ab,aze w'ith something equivalent
matter and that we expected the
support of both parties who have
both endorsed the fair, and I under
stand whoever is elected will givt
their hearty and united suppprt for
this non-partisan enterprise. We
expect whoever is elided t.
the legislature, whether demo
crat or republican, whoever is
elected mayor of the city, whether
democrat or republican, whoever is
elected governor, whether democrat
or republican, will give their hearty
support and co-operation, otherwise
it would be futile for us to -attempt
to hold an exposition of this great
We expect when the matter of ap-
propriation comes before congress.
Bire to seriously participate In Biich . that we will have the Co-operation of
a farce, but it does not seem enough the senators and representatives j to prove that volcanoes are still ac-
to flowers where the hot sun beats ,
upon it It makes its appearance as I
the sun rises, and flourishes through-,
out the lunar day, which Js fourteen j
times longer than our day and!
when the long night comes it perish-j
But its brief duration is no argu-l
ment against its possession of life.
We have on earth ephemeral forms
of life whose entire span of exist-
tance is comprised between sunrise
And if there is a 'kind of veeeta-
tion on the moon, is it likely that'
inai is tne end or the story?
Professor Pickering also finds evi
dence of the existence of snow on
some of the lunar mountains, and
he has accumulated much evidence
to effect Whitplaw Ripri much nf umiiuuuih; male OI .Mis
to enect Whltelaw Ried, much of a r, , tfae fcame cord,a, nmnner a,
man though he is, who seems to be extended by oui representatives on
inoculated with the virus of monarch-! t,,e Pacific coast to them for the
leal doctrines and teachings and ,n!Louia,ana Purchase Exposition,
love with all the shallow forms which I AS TO WHEAT CROP FAILING.
men and women have to assume who!
pass Into an environment where' The fear which was qj.te recently
nothing is what it reallv is ami not. expressed in scientific circles In
tive on the moon
All these things must cause our
satolite to be regarded with fresh
Already the wrinkles seem less
deep and repulsive. Perhaps
Diana has been playing with us, and
nil the while laughing behind her fan.
What a rebuke it would be if the
first proof that there is really life
in othor worlds would come to ub.
Ins what one 7s not I L "Zj 7 Great BrltaIn that t,le c" of our ca
ing wnat one Is not is the chief aim. nnc tv to ra.ao h., ,r.nta r n
When men lose their individuality cereals wheat, was already in slgl r not from distant Mars or gleaming
and Independence they are fit sub- fad u"0"10 ,l8tur" The spec- Venus, but from the near-by, long-
tto oi ultimate alarvaiion for a desnlsed
co lu wui-uua- very large number of the race how-
tion ceremonies, as well as for in- ever, seems to have been laid for all
despised moon, which we have ao
discourteously turned our backs
It Pays to Trade at tlie Peoples "War eliotse
125 Pairs of Men's Pants
Worth from $3.50 to $6.50 per pair will be sold
until they are all gone at the following prices t
Those that are $3.50, $4.00, $4.50 andj!$4.75
Those that are $5.00, $5.50, $6.00 and$6.50
The "run of sizes is good and those that
will get the best picking
QBOTIGE E. CI
D. W. SEARS, of P4':
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II A 11 auu, Ul LAMS.
B. P. BORHAM, of Muia
Member of Congress -2nd
W. F. BUTCHER, of
and union Counties.
Representative, Morrow and
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EDWIN A. RE3ER.
T. D TAYLOR.
W. D. CHAMB2RLAK.
C. H. MARSE
W. D, HANSFORD.
CHAS. P. STRAIN.
JAMES A. HOWARD.
T M. HENDERSON.
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F. W. WLLKS, Constable
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