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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1804.
A Grand Display of Fancy Valentines from i
to $2.95. New Novelties.
THE NOLF STORE
FINE TOILET SOAPS
3c to 24c
Jfcoe Castile, Almond, Honey,
Oatmeal, Now Ulyeerltu'
Almost 1000 titles to select from
All music 10 cents. Semi or mill
If you are mounting pictures,
we have plenty of now mount
board, paste, passe pur tout bind
SCHOOL BOOKS AND SCHOOL SUPPIES
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The IUst OresonUn l on sale at 11. II.
Uch'a .News Stun.ls at Hotel 1'ortlaud anil
lotel l'erklus, l'ortlauil, UreKfu.
Memlwi Serlni ilcltae News .ssocla
Ion. San Francinn llureau. -IDS Fourth St.
Chicago llureau, DUO Security llullillni;.
Washington, 1). C. llureau, ."Ul llth St.,
lateral at I'emlleton iwntofflcc ns second
"Society, as It becomes moro en
IlKlitoneil, will Biiuff nut the lives of
alchly and ilefonnoil Infants, to pre
vent tholr becomliiB at maturity u
burden to it ntul to theniHolves. As
with the cradle, so It will bo with
other cases. A coniniltteo of
skilled physicians, I firmly bollove,
eventually will determine tho fato
of those who aro sickly or whoso re
covery from dlseasu Is Impossible.
Such persons, If the physicians
agree, will mercifully bo put to
Thus Chancellor E. Uenjamln
Andrews of the University of Ne
braska. He said this to Justify tho carear
of John D. Rockefeller, whoso cift
to the university ho is begging the
state to receive.
He said the crushing out of the
1 weak by the strong is nn eternal
. 1)rlc,,,. Tho Standard Oil com
ment covering their weakness, and if pany was merciful in offering to buy
they are lit they will he given whole- out Its rivals,
some lessons on the now duties
th..v aro tn assume. Iowa s alarm- ''" momiuiiy uii.iug up hiciv
ly child and benevolently wringing
lis neck." was suggested to him.
"Exactly." he retorted. "The
analogy Is a good one." Ho thou
made the prophecy above tpioted,
tl.,r.. It la rtnlillv Kill lllltvn Tim
county, Oregon, tour years ngo, but stiu)(liml 0 Company was right n
ed at the Increas of hereditary insan
ity and Is determined to stamp It out
by preventing the marriage of Unti
tles. Such n law was drafted by
Representative Carter, of Jackson
ho did not present It. llelng n sin
gle man, he said he might ho con.
wrecking the lives and fortunes of
men' because It was strong and thny
No womnn'o tmppi.
ncss can bu complete
without children ; it
is ncr nature to love
and want them
as much so at
it is to love the
... , 1 , ll . . I. ..lirl, tlijt a-rnf n M f mntliaa . . - .
pure, iiio critical tfucai uiiuugu nt,v.v,...,v ...u.oi mui
pass, however, is so fraught with dread, pain, suffering nnd danger,
that the very thought of it fills her with apprehension nnd horror.
There is no necessity for the reproduction of life to be either painful
or dangerous. The use of Mother's Friend so prepares the system for
tho coining event that it is safely passed without nny danger. This
great and wonderful
E'SriS Mother s
of women through M M
the trying crisis without suffering. M Mli7 M mM
Bend for fr book containing Infornwtlon mm VMj(fjVB
fprleeltsKYalUA to all oxpeouul mothers. fj g jfg t&JT g M WM
Tho Bradflcld Regulator Co., AtlaaU, Go.
THE AlOST WHOLESOME
WITHOUT A HUTKIUOIt
derailing himself to bachelorhood by wore wcuk. it is uvin.ui.ui. mu
, . , , ..,., i i law of the survival of the fittest
introducing a measure ot that kind. wng mu, u ,g a ,nw uf
A glance at tlie asylum report of 0mi
Oregon, proves that the law is need- Hut was it working?
ed here. I Ila Turbell and John I). Lloyd
have shown that H whb not ovolu-
It Judge (Jeorgo of Portland, has '" hnt "''.'j. ol,t tho ,08,,n'
till kllllllillll .1 Vll vw.n.ruilj Ulll ,li
violations ot the Just laws of both
It was not l'rovl-
will not soon forget. U V. Robert- deuce. It was tne shrowd brain rf
son, a gambler, has sued the Port- Rockefeller.
, , . ... .,. ii . ...... ....., It Is titling that an apologist for
land Club, a gambling institution, thf smmnnf Q, cnmmny.8 niotll.
for IUS0, being double tho amount U(Is s,hnuld champion the scientists'
Robertson claims to have lost In tho murder of the weak. Hut
Portland Club. The people of Port- If It Is the law of nature that the;
BYERS' BEST FLOUR
The Standard of Excellency.
PENDLETON ROLLER MILLS
W. S. Byers, Proprietor.
the proper nerve, he will teach the
tinhorns of that city a lesson they (, and man.
land will be called upon to pay the
litlest shall survive, what
Many nnd sharp the num'rous
-t Inwoven with our frame!
4 More pointed still, we make
4- Regret, remorse and
And man. whose Heaven
The smiles of Love adorn
Man's inhumanity to man
Makes countless thousands
Anarchy Is ,a disregard for the
3w. No matter If it Is a private
litizen, or whether it is nn official
r set of officials, it is Just the same.
linn QtiMiitv Inlnrforn ntul
cosis oi mis uisgusung inui, a juuge m, ,lm 1(ft) ,)f nnJ.?
and jury of citizens will be compel!- Nothing Is here said of tho sacred-
ed to listen to tho Infamous pro- ness ot all human life, of the n-
ceeillngs and tho time of the court ll'ience of the deformed and sickly
must be taken up with a dirty mess 5 Sta'S
of perjury nnd blackmailing which r()W.
should he kicked out of court before Hy and by, says Andrews, tho nl-
it gets fairly started. If Judge truistlc age widen hulltls hospitals
need not lead you to forget this fact
and it is a fact that we can wasli
j our shirt clean, starcli it properly
nnd iron it so that when finished and
out of our hands you will he glad to
wear it. Further, whnt applies to
linen serves to show with etptal truth
fulness what we can and will do witli
anything else you leave 'with us for
laundering. Goods called for and
$ S STEAM LAUNDRY
Oeorge respects himself and his
court, he will throw the entire infa-
and homes and asylums, whch sets
science to euro the feeblo minded
and feeble bodie.i by nnd by this
mous proceeding out and order tho age wll mercifully put these weak
participants arrested for violating n ones to death,
sacred statute of the state. That is No'
the way Judge Eak.n settled a . ZbXTtt
bling dispute which was brought be- imian who kills his aged and help
fore him at Baker City, recently. In- less? Shall wo go hack to the
stead of listening to tho vile pro- Stone ago. tho age of the strongest
ceedings of the case, he throw it out arm aml tho b'BKest cl,,b?
ot court and caused both the parties
to the suit over gambling furniture,
GERMS ARE SHORT LIVED.
A discovery that mny decldn t'io
Interstate canal case of Chicago, lie
The swift justice meted out to the
Heppner "pot hunters" by Deputy,
Came Warden Nye will have a gooj I
effect on the state. It has been
ienerally understood that game laws
fliean nothing. Eleven dues of $25
acb proves quite the contrary.
The periodical excitement among
the Umatilla Indians, over a hoped
for payment of interest money, Is
now on. The Indians know there is
something due them from the gov
ernment and become alarmel every
year over an Imaginary payment of
money. The government Is taking
a wise course In using this IntereU
money In educating the Umatlllas
nd In preparing them for the final
abandonment ot tribal customs. If
the Umatlllas received this money
in dollars and cents, the energetic
Pendleton whiskey peddler would
have It all within a week. If tho
government pays the Umatilla this
money In school books for his pa
pooses, In teachers' salaries, In
hymn books, Bibles, tracts and
charts, it becomes one asset that is
not within reach of the whiskey ped
dler. The rent money from his land
si sufficient "pin money" for a Uma
tilla. If he never sees a cent of cash
from tho Interest due from the gov
ernment, but receives It In educa
tion, teaching civilized surroundings
and environments, himself and his
posterity will bo better off.
to be arrested and fined them both
heavily one for havlnc the gambl
ing furniture In his possession, the f,,rt hp ,VnlJe'1 States, ,81'l'remo
' rrrt hnu lutnn n hnmmnn.1 !.' Ilfst
other for claiming It ns his property. Jor(lan of ,he Ulllver3ty of chcaRo;
More of this sort of justice would ( While on the witness stand in the
make the laws of Oregon respected, hearing of tho injunction cases cf
tne state or .Missouri against the
state of Illinois and the Chicago
Sanitary district, Professor Jordan
viiltnir.r nmi Tim- f nn Frnnnin. ' iieciareci no hail proved that typhoid
co have Just issued from the press erlns wl" nnt "ve more than ton
new editions of two of tho most In- .""J 1,1 nliro water,
tensely Interesting little books on I ,T,, 'llscovery, besides being cm
northwest subjects, ever put into 1 claI ,,n ,l10 Present suit. Is contrnry
print, i to all previous scientific theories re-
One Is .Airs. Eva Emery Dve's sar(IlnK thu llfc f,t typhoid fever
"Stories of Oregon," the other. Her
TWO NORTHWEST BOOKS.
WHAT WILL THIS AVAIL.
Iowa has taken a step a century
in advance of tho age. A bill has
been Introduced in the legislature of
that state, creating a marriage re
form bureau. The object of this
slate bureau will ha to pi event the
marriage of physically or mentally
unfit persons, and for tho puriniso ot
giving a cnurso of Instruction lo
young people to whom marriage 31.
cuiibo is Issued, on the laws of
health, sanitation and hygiene, with
a vlnw to remedying tho ovlls of lg
' nornnce. Tho bureau will bo com
posed ot reputable physlcianB. both
male and female, whoso duty It will
bo to pass upon tho fitness ot per
sons applying for llconso to wed. If
tho applicants nro unfit they will
bo recommended to courses ot treat-
hert Bashford's "Northwest Nature I , Associated with Professor Jordan
Stories." Both little volumes should "l Kcnsivo experiments which
find their wav Into evnrv home in I Ied to he discovery were Profes-
the loved Oregon country. Th,.y spy Russell, of the University of
deal with tho fireside tonles of tho Wisconsin, and Professor Zeit, of
West and aro written In such a "western University.
thrilling, patriotic strain that thoy
inspire a love of country and a
thirst for further knowledge of this
wonderful northwest country.
How many Oregon school children
know who named the Columbia, Mt.
Hood, Vancouver Island, Mt. Ranler,
I'uget Sound, Portland, Seattle or
any of the numerous capes, bays,
Inlets and jutting headlands of the
Oregon coast? "Stories of Oregon"
tells It all, and tells It In such a
thrilling, romantic manner that it Is
never forgotten! "Naturo Stories
of the Northwest" takes up tho fa
miliar and common animals at tho
Oregon country, also its household
flowers and common fowls and tells
ot each In n brief, yet Intensely In
"Tho Cougar," "The Black Bear,"
"The Douglas Squirrel," "Tho King
Fisher," "The Ruftled Grouse," "Tho
Clam," "The Salmon," "Tho Coyote,"
"Tho dull," "The Meadow Lark,"
and "Tho Wild Cat" aro some of tho
familiar western birds and animals
It is written In a spirited strain
which Impresses tho facts on tho
memory and gives now nnd strango
facts about all theso natural history
subjects of Oregon. Ono Interesting
chapter describes the "Rhododen
dron" tho beautiful flowering shrub
that adds Its flashing color to tho
pageantry of Oregon forests.
In no other two books over pub
lished, has there been grouped so
much of tho homo history of Oregon
ns In "Stories of Oregon" nnd "Na
turo Stories ot tho Northwest."
Thoy havo been adopted as supple
mental reading In tho schools of tho
statn anil should bo studied zealous
ly, Oregon scholars find vory fow
Oregon hooks on tho cumculom ot
tho public schools, but theso two lit-
may wrench from
heart of earth
A share of its precious oro;
You may fill your coffers with shin
Until they can hold no more.
Or tho search for wealth may turn
Into fields of business strife.
But what will your gold bo worth to
When you come to tho end of
You may climb to a dizzy height of
And look on your course with
You mny barter the humble Joys cf
For tho pomp of tho world outside
You may win tho npplauso of honest
Whore tho air with prniso Is rife,
But what will your famo bo worth
Whon you come to tho end of
You may scatter tho seeds of lovo
Along llfo's thorny way
And gather a harvest from grateful
As you journey day by day,
But when you como to tho gnto of
And tho earth life fades from
You must leave your gold nnd fnmo
nut uio lovo you may carry
Mrs, E. E. Brown
III I I I I P TtTTT TtTT TTTTTTTTT I I I I I I l l
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my hands it will he done right and at a resonable price. Poor
sewer work means a continuous expense, while first-class work
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H. F. SHULTZ
Office, Judd Building, Room 2. Phone Black J 30 1 J !
Dr. Nicholas Sonn, professor of
tlo volumes mako up In Interest tho surgery nt tho Unlvorslty of Chlca
deficiency In numbers of such books. ' go, has returned from a long stay
Now editions of both havo Just boon In tho Island of Tahiti. Tho nnttvo
Issued by Wliltakor and Ray, San population Is bolng rapidly dcclmat
Francisco. ' eu i,y disease.
lie that liloweth not his own horn the same shall not be blown'
THE FARMER'S WIFE BLOWS THE
HORN TO SUMMON HER HUSBAND
TO THE MIDDAY MEAL.
..IT BRINGS HIM.
WHEN THE MERCHANT HAS
PREPARED A FEAST OF QOOD
THINQ8 FOR WHICH PLENTY OF
PEOPLE ARE HUNGRY, HE, TOO
8H0ULD TOOT A HORN TO CALL
THEM TO HIS BANQUET OF BAR.
BUT THE HORN MUST BE
BLOWN WHERE THE MULTITUDE
WILL HEAR IT OR NOBODY WILL
COME TO THE FEA8T,
BECAU8E 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
UMNS OF A LIVE, WIDE AWAKE,
UP TO DATE NEW8Y NEWSPAP
ER THAT GOE8 AMONG THE
CLA88 OF PEOPLE HE WANT8 FOR
f7F.0.N8' WILL BRINQ HIM A
i VOLUME OF TRADE FAR BEYOND
HIS M08T 8ANGUINE EXPECTA
TIONS. IH5. VERY BE8T ADVERTISING
MEDIUM FOR PENDLETON MER
CHANTS IS THE EA8T OREGON.
IAN BECAU8E THROUGH IT THEY
CAN SEND THEIR ME88AGE DI
RECT EVERY EVENING TO THE
MAJORITY OF THE PROSPEROUS
HOME8 OF PENDLETON M08T OF
WHOM WANT TO BUY SOMETHING
LET THE BU8INE88 MAN SHOW
ISEwPE0PLE THE ADVANTAGE
OF BUYING HI8 GOOD8, AND HE
WILL HAVE NO TROUBLE IN 8E
CURING THEIR PATRONAGE.
A LITTLE JUDICIOUS BLOWING
?.HTHE H0RN WILL, DO THE BUS-INE88,
For sale ot the East Oregonlan of flee Lrne bundl of nowsonoort,
sontalnlna over 100 bin papers, can be had fVr 25c a bundle new,p"p8r'
Sash, Doors Cr Wind
Made to orutri R J
pancr. lim. BilJ
I"" 0 dwelling
Alfo C, rt
At 8 o'clock
"They sing the sonn (J
touched the heart of fa J
Thirty-third year of OtjJ
Same management (otTwl
Ciiaki.es Mlmford, m
Reserve seats, 75c; GalleiJ
IS THE CHEAPE
Bear this la mind when 1
need poultry and stock tim
ami nsK tor me lnuraitt
Poultry and Stock reel
Kow Kure for your mi t
C F. Golesworln
127-129 East Alta Si J
Agent for Lee b Lice 1
Let us fill your
bin with . . .
ROCK SPRING C
Recognized as the be
and most economical fu
w. nrp nrenared lo co
tract with you lor yo
winter's supply. "c
liver coal or wood to ai
part of the city.
where best goo
Main Street, ee J I
block between All
F. X. SciempP
1 have good Boundjol
which is del,vc
rnave orders at Neu.