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DAILY EAST ORECONIAN. PENDLETON. OREGON. FRIDAY, JANUARY 22. 1804,
A Good Garden Grows
From Good Seeds
WE HAVE THE SEEDS
Our Own Specialties:
Noll's Oregon Danver Onions, packet 5c, ounce 15c,
pound 40c, pound $t 25, postpaid anywhere.
Nolf's "Export" Alfalfa, the best money can buy, other
crades 16 and 17 cents pr pound.
Nolf's "Royal Green" Biue Grass insures a good lawn.
Frederick Nolf c Company
w 1 d $ 71 f V
AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER.
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at IVndletun. Uresna. by ;lt'
EAST CREGONIAN PUBLISHING
Phone. Main 11 "
litem) at Ondletnn poMofflce a ccond.
' A sood citizen is a man
who loves his country anil
gives obedienre to its laws.
The good citizen must love his
country actively. A man can
not live his life for himself or
to himself alone He cannot
be an Indifferent onlooker
without being a positive evil.
He must be an active co-operator.
The way lies clearly in
emphasizing the spiritual side
of life. We pay a gre?t deal
of attention to the physical
and intellectual, but unless we
have in our hearts a tender
love and reverence for our
own relicion we are not
formed. There is a lack of
reverence, a lack of love, a
lack of fear of God. This Is
the crying disease of society,
here as elsewhere " Father
.McSweeny. of Oakland
The big guns In the Orient have
been cocked for some time, but no
body dares pull the trigger.
people. The coming spring will wit
ness a greater volume of business
and travel to Alaska than any previ
ous year and steps should be taken
to make the trip safe on any boat
leaving the harbors of the Pacific
Coast, so far as seaworthy vessels are
concerned. It is impossible to con
trol the storms or lessen the dangers
of the ice fields of the Bering Sea, but
both these recent disastrous ocean
accidents have been occasioned by
defects in the old boats themselves.
The communication iietween the Pa
cific Coast and Alaska Is to become
closer as the northern territory is
settled up and developed and the
public sholud indignantly refuse .0
ride on any old tub set adrift In that
It Portland's hotel room corres
ponded to her hospitality she could
shelter more eople than the railroads
could haul to the Lewis and Clark
The peace utterances of Joe Simon
regarding the Oregon factional fight,
are not reassuring. Joe has spoken
softly before while feeling the edge
of his knife.
Because Chief of Police Woydt, of
sJpufcane. believed In enforcing the
laws against vice and In crushing
immorality in a city wherever he
found it. be has been deposed.
The prompt action of the council
in responding to the call for better
protection for the public in Pendleton
theaters Is highly commendable. Peo
ple may visit a fire-trap every night
for a dozen years without a mishap
nd yet a terrible accident might bap
pen any night. Human life Is a aa
ered thing to toy with.
The East Oregonlan Is touched as
ieeply as anyone with the thought f
a legal execution, and the destruction
of a life by law. It regrets the social
system which legalizes murder. It
believes that a criminal could be
made to pay a greater penalty for lis
crime by working at hard labor for
Failing in. a disgusting attempt o
"use" the city council for personal
objects. Wednesday night, the Morn
ing Tribune now Insults the mayor
and members of the council, by mat
ing a childish and sickening squeal
because its dishonest efforts were
fruitless, before that intelligent body
of citizens. For 2i years the East
Oregnnian has been -ue only real
newspaper published in Pendleton,
and the continued patronage granted
It by successive city administrations
despite the cheap efforts of mush
room political sheets to make tools
out of city councils, proves to every
fair-minded citizen that although
this paper has occupied the fielu '
alone. It has never abused a privilege
or betrayed a trust. The city will
continue to be conducted on the same
intelligent ,.nes, as In the past, de-'
spite such groveling tricksters who
would convert" the municipal govern
ment into a political grab-bag. The
mayor ana council are to be com
mended for the hard slap they admin-'
Istered to this first attempt to 'touch"
the tax-payers through them. '
The petitions asking for the direct
primary amendment to be placed on
the official ballot at the coming elec
tion are expected to arrive at the
office of the county clerk today. These
petitions 'must be filed with the secre
tary of state by February C. and ..he
friends of this movement must lo3e
no time. The petitions should be en
ergetically circulated, by everybody
who can spare the time. The amend
ment should be voted on this year.
The corrupting influence of the polit
ical convention is more and more ap
parent every year, and voters of every
party are pushing this amendment,
to give the sovereign citizen an equal
chance with the politician, in nominat
ing public servants. The amendment,
If adopted, provides that primary
elections shall be held in due time
before each general or special elec
tion, and that ever" qualified elector
in the state shall vote at this primary
election for his choice Qf candidate,
to be nominated for the different nf.
deeply as anyone with the thought of
convention, and places the nomlnat-
uic mm, xor wie rema.naer 01 ms ,ng dlrec,y the nandg of
life. It does not believe that hanging the common peopie wnere lt belongs,
deters men from committing certain I
crimes, which can always be traced
to a species of insanity, or to passion
And yet there Is another side of the '
question. Armstrong took an inno-1
cent life; plucked out the flame if j
being of a young, hopeful girl, wno I
had committed no wrong against him,
or against society. Her life belonged
to her. and he deprived her of It, (
without warning or cause. He wrung
the heart-strings of parents and fam-1
lly, robbed society of a valuable and I
innocent member, and in view of this
outrage, the old Hebraic law which
exacts an "eye for an eye" seems the
only adequate way to meet the ex
treme brutality of such unwarranted
SIZING UP JUDGE PARKER.
He Is said to be an able lawyer and
Just Judge, but ho hag never occu
pied a place In the real political
life of Now Yoik. His presidential
claims rest largoly on the fact that
he carried tne stato of New York
when he was n candldnte Tor Jmlst'
of the court of appeals In 1S97
i Another element of impersonal
strength with Judge Parker Is In the
1 fnct that he lives In New York It
is still regarded as a pivotal state In
presidential contests. Ilcginmn
with 1SG4 when McClollnn made his
hopeless run, all democratic candt
dates were from New York until
Mr Ilrynn swept the Chicago coim-n
tlon off Its feet and attracted a fol
lowing that gave him two nomina
tions The state was lost by 51
Clellan. lost by Greeley, carried by
Seymour, carried by Tllden. lost oy
Hancock, carried twice and lost
once by Cleveland. The record
shows that tue state fluctuates even
when her own sons are In the field
and that ner vote .s not dcterminat.1
Detroit Free Press.
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The worlds a garden: life's a road
That pas s near and winds nwa
Within i.ie close two mnident. ar
Who scan each traveler afar
One brightly clad and one in gray
The maid In shining garb is Joy.
And few that pass are healed by
Demurely she conceals her fare
The other. Woo. goes forth apace
To boldly meet each traveler
Chicago Iterord Heralii
Itching, Burning Palms,
Painful Finger Ends,
Inflamed, Itching, Burning,
Sore, Tender and
phone main It
K .1. Tajlor. Mr.
Saturday, January 23
In Ibsen's Widely Discussed Drama
Scats on sale Thursday
Prices 50c, $1.00 and $ J. 50
Monday, January 25
M. E. Navclsevine great- Mclo-Dromatic Triumph
Seats on Sale Saturday
Prices .25, .50, .75 and $J.OO
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In the limit in
farm of i h.
wheat laml. QM
C. D. BOYD. DIC
ONE NIGHT TREATMENT.
Soak the bands on retiring In a strong,
hot, creamy lather of Cuticura Soap.
Dry and anoint freely with Cuticura
Ointment, the great skin cure and purest
of emollients. Wear, during the night,
old, loose kid gloves, or bandage lightly
In old, soft cotton or linen. For red,
rough and chapped hands, dry, fissured,
itching, feverish palms, with brittle,
shapeless nails and painful finger ends.
this treatment is simply 'wonderful, fre
Complete local and constitutional I
treatment for every humour of the
skin, scalp and blood, with loss of hair,
may now be bad for one dollar. Bathe
with hot water and Cuticura Soap, to
cleanse the surface of crusts and scales,- (
and soften the thickened cuticle. Dry,
without bard rubbing, and apply Cult-
cura Ointment freely, to allay Itching, i
Irritation and Inflammation, and soothe
and heal, and lastly, take the Cuticura, ,
Iteaolrent i'ills to coot and cleanse toe
blood. This treatment affords Instant
relief, permits rest aud sleep in the
severest forms of Eczema and other
itching, burning and scaly humours,
and points to a speedy, permanent and
economical cure of torturing, disfigur
ing humours, from pimples to scrofula,
from Infancy to age, when all other
remedies and the best physicians fall.
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trrm tl On CU4 TOK Ot- wtwl ctD. O-
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lfUM lrf a Cm. Cn Sol. tnvrUton.
THE MOST WHOLESOME
WITHOUT A eiUTEKIOH
BYERS' BEST FLOUR
The Standard of Excellency.
PENDLETON ROLLER MILLS
W. S. Byers, Proprietor.
lle that bloweth not his own horn the same shall not be Mown
It Is Fine
IN 1 and 2 LB.
SEALED TINS ONLY
The wreck of the Clallam and the
4I liate u.ed your iiluable CAM:A-
Well ventilated, neat and
comfortable rooms, good
bed. Bar in connection
where best goods are
Main Street, center of
block, between Alta and
F. X. Schempp
Cltv of Portland lifh ilf.flart.ii In ho Itli'l aud am' tlien t-rf-.xt. Couldn't do
w 4j' tucai 1 have uaeu llicin Ii.rkomo time
onseaworthy after the sacrifice of fr isca-ion iiuubiuou Mnwtnduronowcom.
nearly a hundrou lives. Is evidence , J " r
that the Inspection of boats In the tJoi'-i tuir A 1i:x, Albanj.K. y.
coastwise trade Is Incomplete. Old
lubri that should be In the srrap pile
are rushed Into service because there '
la a big profit in a small Investment j
of that kind and the public pays the
jvenalty In a sonwful manner. Since
the increase of trade occasioned byt
the rush to Alaska every old bottom ,
that could be painted .up and named I
anew has been pressed Into service
and some rigid enforcement of ship
ping lawB Is needed to protect the
I'Kium Palatable IMunl Tail flood, no
uov) r tiichsn Wi-aken or Gripe VK Ztc. toe.
... CURE CONSTIPATION. ...
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UD.Tn.RKn sland FinM tr alldrpr
NUIU-BAU kuuio (lHUVTuiaecc Jiaklb
GOOD DRY WOOD
I have good sound wood
which is delivered at
W. C. MINIMIS
Leave orders at Neuman's
THE FARMER'S WIFE BLOWS THE
HORN TO SUMMON HER HUSBAND
TO THE MIDDAY MEAL.
. IT BRINGS HIM.
WHEN THE MERCHANT HAS
PREPARED A FEA8T OF GOOD
THINGS FOR WHICH PLENTY OF
PEOPLE ARE HUNGRY, HE, TOO
SHOULD TOOT A HORN TO CALL
THEM TO HIS BANQUET OF BAR.
BUT THE HORN MU8T BE
BLOWN WHERE THE MULTITUDE
WILL HEAR IT OR NOBODY WILL
COME TO THE FEAST,
BECAUSE NOBODY WILL
KNOW ANYTHING ABOUT IT,
EVEN THOUGH IT MAY BE THE
MOST TEMPTING REPA8T EVER
THE .ADVERTISING HORN VIG
OROU8LY BLOWN IN THE COL
UMN8 OF A UVE, WIDE AWAKE,
UP TO DATE NEW8Y NEWSPAP
ER THAT GOE8 AMONG THE
CLA88 OF PEOPLE HE WANT8 FOR
PATRONS, WILL BRING HIM A
VOLUME OF TRADE FAR BEYOND
HIS M08T SANGUINE EXPECTA
TION8. THE VERY BE8T ADVERTISING
MEDIUM FOR PENDLETON MER.
CHANTS 18 THE EA8T OREGON.
IAN BECAUSE THROUGH IT THEY
CAN SEND THEIR ME88AGE DI
RECT EVERY EVENING TO THE
MAJORITY OF THE PR08PEROU8
HOMES OF PENDLETON MOST OF
WHOM WANT TO BUY SOMETHING
LET THE BU8INE88 MAN SHOW
THESE PEOPLE THE ADVANTAGE
OF BUYING HIS G00D8, AND HE
WILL HAVE NO TROUBLE IN SS
CURING THEIR PATRONAGE.
A LITTLE JUDICIOUS BLOWING
INE68 E H0RN W'LL 00 THE BUS
Sash, Doors &l
Made to order.
paper, lime, teas
and sand, woes j
barns and dwtilitp j
Alta St, Opp- Ccstl
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