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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREQON, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 6,
A Grand Display of Fancy Valentines from t
to $2.95. New Novelties.
THE NOLF STORE
FINE TOILET SOAPS
3c to 24c
Fine Cn'tlle, Almond, Honey,
Oatmeal, New Glycerine
Almost 1000 titles toscleot from
All mttslo 10 cents. Send or anil
If you are mounting pioturej,
wo have plenty of now mount
board, paste, paste par tout bind
SCHOOL BOOKS AND SCHOOL SUPPIES
AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER.
DaDIIslied everv afternoon (except Sunday)
at l';ndlcton, Oregon, by the
'Phone, Main 11.
2MIIjt. one jear by mall
JBnllj, all months by malt
Oallj, three months by mall
Sslly, one month by mall
Bally, per month by carrier ....
weeny, one year dt man
VmItIv. lr months bv mall .....
Weekly, tour months by mail ...
9eml-Veekly. one year by mall ..
Utml-Weeklj, tlx months by mall
itoml-Weeilr. three months by mall
The Kast Oreironlan Is on sale at U. II.
Xk-h's News stands at Hotel Portland and
Sole! I'erklns, rortland, Oregon.
Member Scrlpps-Slcltae News Asiocla-
9m Francisco llnreau, 40S fourth St.
Chicago llnreau, 900 Security Building.
Wasblncton. D. C. Bureau. 501 14 th St.,
altered at I'emlleton po.totTlce as second
In the Trllnme will bo ?020, or 200
inches at $2.00 per Inch. Tlicso are
the robt facts and no amount of In
sinuation, eloquence, Irony or wrath
can explain It to tho taxpayers ex
cept lo say that It Is a graft.
Here Is a chilly comparison which
will be Interesting reading to the
people who are- digging down Into
their pockets to pay Increasing taxes
and public expenses: ,
Hill of the Tribune, 200 inches
at $2.00 per inch $ C20
As it would have been If pub
lished In the East Oregon!
an, 12.", Inches at CO cents
per inch 75
I resort and patronized almost exclu
sively bv him. Insurance ardors,
even, have restrictions as to occupa
tion and soon the disreputable ohms
will bo Isolated ami society will not
be forced to rub elbows with It be
cause of tho lodge button It Haunts
on Its lapel.
Messed Is the peaconuiUer. as
an exchange says, M. Delcaaso, tho
French minister of foreign nffalrs, Is
winning golden opinions in tho world
of diplomacy by his elirciency in
turning away tho war oloud that has
been hovering over Russia and Jap-
Ho has been made especially
prominent on account of his great
ability, and because of His wen-
known conservative views; so much
so .that he may fairly ho regarded
as a sort of friendly adviser by both
nations. Certainly the deference
paid to blm shows that ho Is (ho
man of tho hour, and that nothing
can take the place of Just the right I .
man In a crisis. Ills position ninkes
Franco virtually the arbiter of the
question, and the controlling factor
CAUGHT BY THE
Congressman Geo. H. White's Case.
A Noted Sculptress Cured.
A LASSIE'S LAMENT.
Grafted fiom tho taxpayers
by the Tribune on one in
stallment of tho delinquent
tax list $ Ho
Tills Is only one Installment of the
Are the long green billows still
boating tho shore?
Does the wild heather bloom as of
Does the sea still moan In Its rurlc
Ah! laddie, let me come homo to
I'm tired of the fuss and the fashion
of Dublin town
.My lord's green coat and my lady's
delinquent tax list, and Is but -n , ... fl)r tllo oalwuy heath and the
laddie, let mo oomo
small proportion of the total ste.il
accomplished by allowing the exor
bitant bid of the Tribune. The story
will be continued.
U W I o'n g 1 L A O E L
The bee that sips her sweets
-from tlowers fair,
Flying on careless wing, now
here, now there,
f- With azure skies above, green
And soft south-wind to bear
her to and fro,
Might seem the soul of self
f- Her life a draught of nectar
Not so! Her prime is full of
4 strenuous deed
That shames our own in gen-
Of work for others' good.
Long summer days
She builds her golden bouse,
with guerdons stays
Her Queen, nprears her
young, and stores her
Then sudden shuns her
For rather by far In a cot by tho sea
I spend out my life with a lad like
To roam with my lover o'er lowland
Ah! laddie, let me come home to
Paul l)u Shay.
It is tlie popular custom nowa
days to lecture to "women only." A
nowspaper should be entitled to give
"curtain" lectures, if the ministers
do. There 'are mothers In overy city
who need and welcome honest, re
spectful advice and criticism, Such
mothers take It in tho spirit In which
sucli criticism Is given. Thoy arc zensv
too sensible to get mad, and too lion- "Henry was that, so,'
est to deny the need for "outside" Southron, sadly
Information. Hprr. In n ivrml In kp. blames Henry
Convicted of stealing sheep? And
be used to be one of our best clti
m The world I L IklsJll JtSjW I
to hi wamr-irsssv ZT?swia a
recognizes j h
cret to every mother of a girl in
Iieln one of ouab
he was about all the
time beln' called on to pahticlpato
had to do somcthln',
Pendleton. If your daughters navel in some lynchin', sub. till ho nach'ly
20 associates each, and each assoei- couldn't 'tend to Ills private hast
ate or your daughter has 20 other "e.8?,
I Rllh 1 "-
......... i .. . 11. in, . r
company is multiplied in this pro
portion. You can't see overybody
into whose company your daughters I
are thrown In the intricate com
mingling or young people in society.
They touch shoulders with Strang-
! ers overy day. Thoy add new ic-
4. quamtances to tbo list every day
( They hear new versions of human
wealth, her home, her ute amI nG... constnictlons on codes
Ami kppVr iuw h.lVPn on an " "
in mis strange ami uuncnovauie
world of youth, all your best
thoughts and Influence and your
most earnest example, will bo need
ed to keep the right ideal before
your girl. The tearing down piocess
outside of home Is at times strong
er than the building up process wlth-
haven on an
Leaving her life-work to pos
terity. Henry Hoyt Moore.
EXPLAIN THE GRAFT.
In the Weekly Tribune of January
21 are 200 Inches of the delinquent
tar list of Umatilla county, set in
uch a manner that one-fifth of It 13
a clear steal. Instead of setting tho
matter "solid," or placing the lines
dose together. It Is stretched out by
placing the lines so far apart that
ne line Is gained in every Ave.
Instead of there being 200 Inches
ef the tax list in that Issue of the
Tribune, there should bo but 16C2-3
inches, If the matter had been prop,
erly abbreviated, but with the ab
Irovlatfons spelled out, as the TrI
bune admits this morning that they
wctc, tho amount Is still fully one
fourth more than It should be on a
basis of 160 2-3 Inches.
ff the matter had been set properly,
abbreviated properly, with close re'
card for tho meaning of the printing
contract, this 200 inches of matter
would have amounted to but 12S
.inches in round numbers. It Is pad
ded 7C Inches.
Tho East Oregonlan bid IS cents
for each land description, for all tho
insertions, or a total of 60 cents per
inch (as four descriptions make an
Inch) for publishing tho delinquent
tax list, This 200 Inches of tho tax
list as published In tho Trlbuno,
would have been published In 12S
inches, by tho East Oregonlan, as
tbo past publications In this paper
At CO cents per Inch, and with tho
200 Inches concentrated Into 12C by
tho East Oregonlan, this printing
would have cost tho taxpayers but
$7fi, or 12.r Inches at CO cents per
Hut tho county court gavo Ui
county printing to tho Trlbuno on
basis of $2. CO per Inch against a bi
of CO cents por Inch by by this papor
and the total bill for printing this
Installment of the delinquent tax list
In the home. The contamination of
bad company is more powerful than
the purifying virtues of good advice
and love. Find out who the girls
are keeping company with away
from home. Then find out who that
company associates with. Follow out
Are the dread of those whose lungs are
"weak." Some fortunate people can
rr.Ur,.- Hip summer as It iroes southward.
and escape the cold blasts of winter and
the chill airs of spring. But for the
.nninritv of ncoole this is impossible.
j j ,!
tions hold them
are made strong
by the use of Dr.
cry. It cures the
heals the in
stops the hem
orrhage, and r'
stores tlie lose
flesh to the ema
"I am a railroad
.Rent." writes I. U.
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LA aUIrrE Is epldemio catarrli. it
spares no class or natlonalty. Tho
cultured and tho ignorant, tho aristocrat
and the pauper, the masses and tho
classed aro allko subject to la grippe.
None aro caempt all aro liable.
Have vou tho grip? Or, rather, has
tho grip got you? Orlp Is well named.
The original French term, la grippe,
hs-s been shortened by tho busy Ameri
can to read "grip." Without Intending
to do so t new word has been coined
tbmt exicUy describes the case. Ah If
clutched u-4 in Its fatal clasp. Men,
women, children, wholo towns and cities
aro caught in the baneful grip of a ter
lWs-ns far Grip
Mr. Theophllo Hchmttt, wlto of tho
Ex-Secrotary of tho Oermnn Consulate,
writes tho following lotter from aU7
Wabash avenue, Chicago, 111.:
"Isuffored this winter with a sevoro
ottook of la grippe. After using three
bottles of Poruna I found the grip had
oiuu hideous giant with awful dull' had I disappeared." Mrs. T. Schmltt.
Mre. Coles to rv,ii .
avontin. Ai,rr,. ti, . "" "eatllii
. j ...ou 4 n
1 1 . 1 . - -w. a ir.
'viuuniiBH hMi..l. i
tho door of ovorv nnJZrr.
iiua, u. uovoil.
Noted Sculptress Cured of 0Hfc
Mrs. M. 0. Cooper, o(
w juu, 01 ixndon. if-!..,
" "wu. nuusaygt
" I tako pleasuro inieeonim.,.-.
. 1 , . . '"1 I
"mums, ana after iv....
OUobottloOf l'oriiniTnm.-n.., .
Mrs. M. C. Coopor.
D. L. Wallace, a ehsrt t.
ti... ri. ,.,i.. i-,, , """""w
r,nm ir. Ttr ... '
u... w ncawiu nvenuc. M
" I'ollowlntr a govern Itll,.ii.
T HHimpfl in In. (f . 1 1 . .
helped by Perutia ndvlsed
and I procured a bottle the sum
.now my nonu Is clear, mvinw.
steady, I on Joy food and teat &
riinn. linn ihpti wnrfi,
.. - ... ..
mo." u.ii. wnnacc.
Lieutenant Clarice Hunt, cl Hi
T .. 1" .. I ' T ( Y TlAV-nrt,.. t 1L. . .
Army, writes irom Ogdcn, Uttit
" Two months ago I wasiuflerinjiri
so sovore a cold that I could hirdljijt,
"Our captain advised metotrjl
runannd procured a bottle fornt,t
truly It worked wonders. "Within t
weeks I was entirely weUV'-Clul
Congressman Walla's Latter,
Qcntlcmcni1 am more IbsoiU
fled with I'eruna and Had lttobt
excellent remedy lor the xrlo tad
turrh. I have used It la my ltd
and they all Join me In rrcommcosm!
It as an excellent remedy," um
tl. WlUte, member otLongrtts.
JUrs. T. W. Collins, Treunrer
jicudent Order of Good Tempkn,
Evorott, Avaslu, writes
"After having a severe sttitxrf
grippe I continued la a feeble couUsj
even after tho doctors called nuns'
Mr blood teemed poisoned.
cured mo." Mrs. T. W. CoUlai.
If you do not derive prompt sad
factory results from tb tue w
write at once to Dr. HartmuLtli
full Htatomcnt of your case udbi
bo plcased to give you bis Ylo
vlco irratls. I
Address Dr. Hartman, Prei
The Uartman SanUsrlum,
He that blowetli not his own horn the same slitill not bo blown"
bUplcs, Xisq.. of
Birrlav. onairc l,o..
Kons.. "and four
yearn ago my woric
kctpiug roe In a
warm roum and
fcltpping out fre
aurtitlv Into the
the chain of association In this way " t' tl
and you will find that your daughter g; tit"??&&Y&r.S
is touching shoulders with many an gtoa-agM
oblectlonablo associate through oth- ,. i 1 had taken the first bottle I was bet
ers. She meets and knows people
away from home who would not bo
welcome In tho home. It Is lncvlta
ble, but you can reduce associations
to the best circle by taking your
child into your confidence
Ing her associates. You must
. 1 ,ii.r taVinr about four botllra HIT
oou'ih wss entirely gone. I have found uo ne-
. . . .. .Mi.iv ... 1 tir rl t rii.l r."
Rnmetimes a dealer, tempted by the
little more profit paid on the sale of less
meritorious . medicines, will offer the
customer a substitute as being "just as
. , ffood" as the "Discovery."
and study- 0 You get the People's Common Sense
must weed Medical Adviser, the best medical work
ever published, Jrce by scnuing stamps,
tr. nv nnnue of mailinir oulv. Send
- .anna fnr fmrkV in nawr
" ""-' mvrru. nr ti atamos tor cioiu-Dounu voi-
snoweu a very narrow provincialism 1 ume, to JJr. K. v. riercc, jjuuuio, n. x,
In opposing tho Iewls and Clark fair
and the St. Louis exposition in tho
senate. Tbo South has had her
share of government aid In harbors,
federal buildings, and Internal Im
provements and no Western con
gressman or senator over denied her
these needed blessings. Oregon and
tho "Oregon country" havo been
slowly and tediously developed with
out government aid until tho nation
al irrigation act has passed and it
was a aelflsh spirit which prompted and Extracting.
Residence and office Despain
Block. Phone Red 1581.
Our specialty Painless Filling
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. ... ., 1)0 ( nheumallim, Neuralgia, Constipation
In tho commemoration of tho achieve- yon J Dizziness, (lout. Mllouiness.Mek
inonts of Thomas Jefferson.
rUll Dvll 1IJU,, lllllVU.uni
lllAVIMand Nervous lleadaclie?
Pon't sell your furniture or pawn jour Jewel-
Soon the dlsroputablo man will bo
err to buy remedies ,or "ie, disorders It Is
completely barred from tho blessings i, TJjH'g Rheumatic Pills "
.,1 uv,,..m, . Cost only a cents, and have cured thousands
secret organizations aro drawing tho during Hie last hundred years
lines tluhter and tlahtor. A fow Mb, O.A, IllW- Last summer I was irouftled
nuufl iibiiiLr unij iibmur. A ' if IthVheumatlim so badljr 1 was tlltabUd from,
yearn ago nearly every tinhorn work, but ft of your pills cured me so that I am
. , ., ' , am a Umber as I was at IS years old. I liav.
Sported tho emblem Of somo first' In Wisconsin but two months, and wit 1
one and a nan coxes 01 your puis 1 navo vurea
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
8HOULD TOOT A HORN TO CALL
THEM TO HI8 BANQUET OF BAR.
"BUT THE HORN MUST BE
BLOWN WHERE THE MULTITUDE
WILL HEAR IT OR NOBODY WILL
COME TO THE FEA8T,
BECAUSE NOBODY WILL
KNOW ANYTHING ABOUT IT,
EVEN THOUGH IT MAY BE THE
M08T TEMPTING REPA8T EVER
THE ADVERTISING HORN VIG.
OROU8LY BLOWN IN THE COL.
UMN8 OF A LIVE, WIDE AWAKE,
UP TO DATE NEW8Y NEWSPAP
ER THAT GOE8 AMONG THE
CLA88 OF PEOPLE HE WANT8 FOR
PATRON8, WILL BRING HIM A
VOLUME OF TRADE FAR BEYOND
HI8 M08T SANGUINE EXPECTA.
THE VERY BE8T ADVERTISING
MEDIUM FOR PENDLETON MER
CHANT8 18 THE EA8T OREGON.
IAN BECAU8E THROUGH IT THEY
CAN 8END THEIR ME88AGE D.
RECT EVERY EVENING TO THE
MAJORITY OF THE PROSPEROUS
HOME8 OF PENDLETON M08T OF
WHOM WANT TO BUY 80METHING
LET THE BU8INE38 MAN 8HOW
THESE PEOPLE THE ADVANTAGE
OF BUYING HI8 GOOD8, AND HE
WILL HAVE NO TROUBLE IN SE.
CURING THEIR PATRONAGE.
A LITTLE JUDICI0U8 nLOWIMR
OF THE HORN WILL DO THE BU8-
IS THE CHEAPi
DL'U Lliin ill VMS "
Kow Kuro for your cu
r. I- n PRWOHu
A iron i. Mir UDUB J4V-
Let us fill your
bin with .
fsjr.nl AnniUP il
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sr aro nrepaicu
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, -ol nr WOU" -
narl ni 111c
aa j Mil
as am. .a
class lodge. Today nearly ovory cases
door Is barred against him, oxcept
lu special orders founded as a last
At Your Prifctsts
41. u. niruui.
.Br.hTin? inn ITi0" 0rean,an office Laroo bundi of nevv.pPr,
ontalnlng over 100 big paperi, can be had for 2Bo a bundle.
Lod trine Hoitf
. . 1 sK1
w" ' ..id. rooms.
. ....-an nit"
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fall to cure -.AP'"
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