East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, March 25, 1904, DAILY EVENING EDITION, Page PAGE FOUR, Image 4

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PAGE FOUR.
DAILY EAST OREGONIANj PENDLETON, OREGON, FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 1904.
GRAND DISPLAY OF EASTER CARDS, BOOKLETS, RABBITS,
CHICKENS, HUNDREDS OF EASTER NOVELTIES FROM 2c
TO ,75c.
Frederick Nolf & Co.
FISHING TACKLE.
Hooks, 15c, 25c, 40c and 50c
a dozen.
Poles, split bamboo, 9'2 feet
long, 98c to $9.45.
Reels, 10c to $5.45.
Fish baskets, 95c to $2.45.
BICYCLES.
We sell the two leading
makes Ramblers and Cres
cents $22.00 to $40.00.
Bicycle sundries,
lowest prices.
full line,
AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER.
I'ubllsbed every afternoon (except Similar)
nt I'enilleton, Oregon, by the
EAST OREGONIAN PUBLISHING
COMPANY.
Telephone. Mnln 11 I
SUUSCIiUTIO.N IIATKS.
Dally, one year by mail $5.00
Dally, nix months by mall L'.r.O
Dally, three months by mall
Dally, one month by mall CO
Dally, per month by carrlar ).,
Weekly, one year by mall 1 .r,i(
Weekly, six months by mall '.
Weekly, four months by mall SO
Semi-Weekly, one year by mall .... 2.00
Semi-Weekly, six months by mall . . t.no
Semi-Weekly, three months by mall . .SO
The Hast Oresonlan Is on sale nt II. II.
Itlch's News Stands, nt .Motel l'ortlnnil,
and Hotel l'erklns, l'ortland, Oregon.
Member
tlon.
Scrlpps-Mcltae News Assocla-
San Francisco llureau, 40S Fourth St.
Chicago llureau, 1)0!) Security IlulldlnR.
Wasblnston, D. C, llureau, SOI Hth
St., N. W.
Kntcrcd at Pendleton postofllce as second
class matter.
for handling the mnil, It Is highly
proper that Pendleton ask for a
night clerk for the office. Two prin
cipal malt trains pass this city In
the night one at midnight and ono
at 5 o'clock In the morning and there
Bhould be a clerk at night to make
up the mall for those trains at the;
latest possible moment so all tho
mall business of this city may re
ceive tho attention It deserves. At
this time no mall for nearby points
Is delivered to No. C, tho east-bound
morning train and the mall for No.
G, that passes here at midnight, is
closed at 9 p.. m., so that a great
amount of important mall lies In
this office while a mall train passes
here, going each way, Pendleton
needs the night service, llaker City
eiljoys It. It will be furnished here
on the proper representation.
A physical culture class has been
organized In Pendleton and a largo
number of business men have taken
active and strenuous lessons. The
exercises have almost revolutionized
social customs In Pendleton, and It
Is not uncommon to hear such salu
tations on the street as these: "Good
morning! What Is your chest ex
pansion?" "Why, I am delighted to
see you, Mrs. Limber Jim! Can you
touch the floor with your fingers
without bending your knees?" "Rood
morning, Mr. Portly! What did you
weigh this morning?" "Delighted to
see you, Mrs. aprlgiitiys urn you
find any new muscles In your anat
omv. nt tho last exercise?" -moss
mo! You alive yea, Mr. Stlffjolnts!
Arc you wearing a poultice today?"
"Well, well, sister! How Is Hov.
Sedentary today?" "O, just lovely!
Gained four pounds In four lessons
and found a cell In his left lung last
lesson he had forgotten all about
since his football days." "Good
morning, brother Short; can you
stand on your head yet?" "O, with
ease, sister! Are you taking tho Jaw
development movement?" I
manifestly amazed afterward, to
have tho orator of the morning come
down to greet him as .cordially and
familiarly as In tho woods. Ho man
aged to stammer bis thanks, and
added: "I ain't much of a Judge of
anything, parson, but I rlzo with you
and sot with you, nnd saw the thing
through tho best I knew how, but all
tho samo, If my opinion's wuth nny
thing to you, tho Lord never meant
you for a Bhooter."
Tutuilla, March 25.
DINKENSPIEL'S PHILOSOPHY.
DRIFTWOOD WISDOM.
A goot actor Is known py der au
dienco he keens.
Peoples dot borrow trouble alvays
vant to pass It along.
Der man dot vas driven to drink
vould hat valked dare anyway.
' Dor "man dot steals time to study
vlll somo day bo arrested by Fame.
An oimco of apology Is vorth a
pound of beefsteak for der black
eye.
You can fool some of der peoples
sometimes, but you can fool yourself
all der time.
Vo all hnf to contribution a leedlo
money to keep dor school of eggs
perlenco going.
I .
No Dessert
More Attractive
'Why use gelatine and
spend hours soaking,
sweetening, flavoring
and coloring when
Jell-Q
produces better results in two minutes?
Everything in the package. Simply ndd hot
wateronusettocooi. ji'sppiiecwm. n..
prise to the housewife. N trouble, less er
pense, Try it to-tluy. In Four I'rult Fla
vors: Lemon, Oruiigo, Strawberry, Rasp
berry. At grocers, lite.
ADAMS
DENTAL
PARLOR'
Pendleton, Oregon.
Residence and office, Dospalu bloclt
rhone Tied 1581.
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Our specialty-
Extracting. '
-Painless Filling and
Ho never knew what sorrow meant,
When he had tears to shed;
Tho tears that washed out bitterness
And left content Instead.
"When I 'go down to my
grave can say, like so many
others, 'I have finished my
day's work;' but I cannot say,
'I have finished my life.' An
other day's work will begin
again tho next morning."
Victor Hugo.
i
It is a sad text but Is Is worth
talking about. It's very sadness may
be some girl's salvation. If it is, the
mention of It will bo Justified. A
I companion of perhaps ono hundred
j Pendleton girls is cold In death to
night rand such a death! Tho men
tal anguish that preceded It and tho
j physical agony that accompanied It,
no tongue can ten. she was young
and buoyant nnd easily Influenced
Portland people aro kicking at
their milkmen for adulterating the
milk supply. People who would
complain of such a rare article as
Bull nun water In their milk arc
hard to please. Tho milkman can't
afford to buy nectar to mix with his
product.
bomething of the enormity of tho
burden of a great city's government
may be guessed by knowing that in
tho borough of Manhattan, 11,000
cases of all kinds are filed for trial
nnd the utmost capacity of tho court
Is but 5,000 cases a year. Last year
tho new cases filed outnumbered the
cnucs tried by 4,000. Dishonest men
actually take refugo in this disas
trous delay of Justice to beat their
way through business.
The Confederate Veterans of Mis
sissippi have just passed a ringing
resolution condemning the lynching
and burning of negroes in tho bit
terest terms. In recent years somo
of tho most revolting vengeances In
the history of tho country have been
taken on negroes In Ohio and Indi
ana. The South has human feeling
and sympathy, deeper and moro
easily aroused than that of tho more
stolid North, and this stand of tho
Mississippi veterans Is refreshing
and Inspiring.
Oregon Is waiting, Whistler; turn
the water on. Let the desert blos
som Whistler; hurry up the dawn!
Sand dunes 'neath your touch will
waken Into smiling fields; desert
wastes aro throbbing, Whistler, with
their unborn yields! See the idle
mountain torrent, dancing to the
main; wasted floods mean wasted
harvests, ripe with golden grain!
Yours the task to spread tho verdure
on tho barren waste; yours, the
magic word redeems It; "Whistler,
please mako haste!
I She listened to her arch-enemy in
I stead of her mother's pleading,
She know not what she was doing.
She was only a girl. Think of It and
I turn back today. If you have been
! tempted to keep bad company, shun
It. If you have been approached by
some destroyer In the guise of
friend, spurn him, and think of the
end of this young life. There aro
dozens of young girls in Pendleton
too young to be In places of which
their parents aro Ignorant, strolling
tho streets, flirting and carousing
late at night, who aro going wrong
by tlegrees. VIciousness creeps over
human life by Inches. It grows over
the soul llko nn eclipse slowly
dimming the noonday sun. Ero you
know It, the happy, buoyant girl Is
the dnrk-fouled wretch, ready for
any fate. Think of It. Turn back,
while this memory Is fresh.
Congressman Williams, of Sllsals
sippi, yesterday introduced an
amendment to tho Dlngloy tariff bill.
placing salt and hides on tho free
list. Being a democratic measure, It
was promptly voted down. Tho tar
iff on salt Js 12 cents per 100, which
tho Umatilla county sheepman pays.
In addition to tho .exactions of tho
salt trust and railroads. Is It any
wonder stockmen aro kicking at $15
a ton salt this spring? If salt wero
free, n saving of 92.40 a ton would
,bo mado, which on 300 tons used In
Umatilla county for sheep, nlono,
would mean a saving of $720 a year.
Now that tho Pendloton postofflco
Is to bo remodoled and refitted with
neat and convenient quarters for
tho postmastor and ample facilities
There are several newspapers in
the Inland Empire, tho solo oxcuso
for their existence being that they
belong to one or tho other faction
of tho republican party. They pub
lish no live news. They tear down
wnat the other side builds up for
the good of tho state and to this
very eminent In Oregon politics is
due the backward condition of tho
state. All tho energy of tho factions
Is expended In lighting each other
and In fortifying official positions to
defeat the other fellow. Congress
has refused to give Oregon her just
dues In tho past because the faction
opposed to the ono In office has con
tinually fought any improvement in
order to make a bad showing for
tho side In power. The entire forco
of the organization has been expend-
ed in distributing the patronage in
such a manner that tho other side Is
left out. The coming state campaign
promises to be a rehearsal of the old
drama that has been listened to for
30 years. Oregon needs now blood,
She has political senile decay.
Pendleton can afford to select tho
best site In the city and present It
to the order of the Women of Wood
craft If they will bring their perraa
nciu neauquarters hero and erect a
magnificent office building. This is
a central point with regard to reach
Ing all portions of tho Pacific Juris
diction quickly and conveniently,
Tho mall facilities are not to bo
equaled on tho Pacific coast, ond the
city offers tho best possible educa
tlonal home nnd moral surroundings,
uuiming will no erected some
where this season and nil the head
offices will bo located pormnnontly
at somo point on tho Pacific coast.
Tho citizens of Pendleton and tho
Commercial Association can bring
these offices hero by tho right kind
of nn effort. It means ono-tuiith of
tho patronage of the Pendleton post-
ofllco; it means at least 20 addition
al homes hero, nnd that many per
manent high-salaried officials and
employes who will become fixtures In
Pendleton social and business cir
cles. It Is worth going after.
He knows at last, what sorrow Is,
Who has no tears to fall;
But only for life's tragedies
A laughter cynical.
Theodosla Garrison,
The merits of the open confession
of the other fellow's shortcomings
have been quite fully Illustrated by
the newspaper fraternity of North
Tutuilla of late. Tho profession
seems to be In a deplorable condi
tion in Unit burg, nnd the field for
somo aggressive missionary work
among the brethren very Inviting,
Dr. Lindsay Parker tells the follow
ing story: An old Irish Protestant
preacher had announced tho major
and minor prophets as the subject of
his discourse for a certain Sunday.
For an hour and a half ho talked of
tho major prophets, assigning each
to his proper place. Then taking up
the second division of his sermon,
he said: And now we come to tho
minor prophets; what place shall we
give to Hosea, A tnll man rose from
one of the back seats, and, with a
reverential bow. politely said: "If
you pl'ase, sir, ho can have my
place; I'm going out."
M. A. P. tells of a distinguished
author, who for the sake of quiet
took up his abode In bachelor quar
ters In town for the more zealous
pursuit of his work, and from these
quarters wrote to his wife telling her
about being nlono with solitude. And
when tho anxious lady hurried to
console her lonely spouse, she found
that solitude was dressed in
white muslin and was sitting on her
husband's knee the minx.
The Octopus Was Made for Love.
The Octopus was mado for love.
As his construction strange will
prove;
In fact, he lays It over us,
The smooth, seductlvo Octopus.
Suppose, for instance, ho should ride
With her he hopes to mako his bride,
And, her embracing, should let fall
The reins, 'twould matter not at all.
While holding her with utmost
grace,
Close in a long and fond embrace,
He could a dozen arms detach
Tho loosened buggy reins to catch,
And If a man with just two arms
Enjoys embracing female charms,
A hundred times the pleasure thus
Enjoys the lucky Octopus.
And when tho parting hour doth
chime,
Releasing one arm at a time,
He need not leave tho maiden meek,
Until the middle of next week.
Bishop Dudley, of Kentucky,
was once on a hunting expedition
near Louisville, and happened to fall
In with a local nimrod whose uncon
cealed admiration of the city man's
marksmanship paved the way for
further conversation. "What's your
name?" the countryman Anally in
quired. "Dudley," was the reply. Af
ter some oxebango of Incident and
experience the bishop's interlocutor
hazarded: "Say, Dudley, what bus).
noss do yon follow?" "I'm a preach
er." -un, get out. What are you
giving me?" "But, I am. I preach
every Sunday." "Whcro?" "In Louis
ville." "Well, well; I never would
have thought it. You ain't a bit
stuck up llko most of tho preachers
down this way." An invitation to
hear this new-made acquaintance
preach was accompanied by a scrib
bled card, and the next Sunday saw
the rustic ushered Into tho bishop's
own pew, whero ho listened Intently
to both servico and sermon. Ho' was
FOR THE BLOOD
The best known and most popular blood purifier
and tonic on the market to-day is fa. S. S.
There is hardly a man, woman or child in America who
has not heard of "S. S. S, for tho blood." It is a standnid remedy,
a specific for all blood troubles and unequalled as a general tonic and
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of which it is composed are selected for their alterative and tonic prop
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only purifies, enriches and invigor
ates the blood, but at the same time
tones up the tired nerves and gives
strength and vigor to the entire
system.
For Chronic Sores and Ulcers,
Catarrh, Rheumatism, Blood Poison,
Malaria, Amemia, Scrofula, Eczema,
Psoriasis, fialt llhcum, Tetter, Acne
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FllOM
CONGllESSMAN LIVINGSTON,
OP GEORGIA.,
I know of tho Hucceflnful uiq of
8. S. B. In many cases. It in tbo beat
blood rotnedy on tho market.
FROM
EX-OOV. ALLEN D. CANDLEIl.
S. G. S. Is unquestionably a trood
blood purifier, and the bast touia I
evor used.
mak,
TO MEET THE cvt
of those with eye troubles this
Liotjiui-ui. is inserted.
It Is our business In
tests, prescribe a cure tnr
sicnt and to tirovlilp Mm .,..
EVERLiSBCS CD onr-
I, ',11 II1D IllUt ..0 i.
cuarge nothing if classic
dered hero and fnr tin. i. '
prices aro only reasonable.
We make a pnnmlnto .,.,.
VAlMiil
IIHIIIC tile lll'Rt of tlm lil., I
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instruments.
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Postoffice Block.
j WEI N HARD'S BEER j
Manufactured of the choicest materials only J
Where the highest quality of beer Is desired, Welnhard's al J
ways fills the bill. It's pure and wholesome. More Welnhard's J
beer is sold In Oregon than all other beers combined.
; Call for I
j WEINHARD'S BEER j
2 Peter Mendernach Is distributor for Pendleton and It will M- m
ways be found on tap at his saloon. Full supply kept In cold stor- J
age.
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n the'Sprinc
your health
neeusattentlon
he ytein is
overloaded
with Impuri
ties whloh
must be got rid
of t once or
you're golngto
be sick. Then
the Hitters la
needed.
It will euro
General debil
ity, Spring Fe
ver, Nervous-
nt-ftR. fttnuinnh
Ills, Insoninla.aud Malaria Try It,
HOLT BROS.
Side Hill Combined
Harvester
The latest Improved two-wheel, side-hill combined harvester has
proven a boon to wheat raisers. It is tho most, successful, most
economical and easiest machine to operate over built.
Theso harvesters have been given abundant trials right hero at
homo and all users are highly pleased. None have been dissatisfied
and all are high in their praise.
Tho Holt slde-hlll harvester on a sldo hill is able to stick to
the sldo of tbo hjll, while tho header will slip down The bill. The
main wheels aro vertical, which braces tho machine to the sldo
bills. It works equally adapted to level land.
The Holt harvesters are sold exclusively in this section by
E. L. SMITH
2X8 Court Street, Pendleton, Oregon
All extras for Holt machines on hand.
I I It H I 1 1 1 I U 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 i I H 1 1 1 II 1 1 M I 1 1 1 W
"WHAT MAPPFNFn Tn it.
Tih tn nl.l atn.i. IT-
1w.l,n,1 -nttl,,... - .
You see t.ie result. Fix It up
...u.., tun uuu tfa Qui
iy as you can." uur inena M
solid, not a weak spot In It,
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ins c;.uiiiiiu wiii'ii in line UTJHOJ0,
clad hubs, run easy, male tram
dried timber and warranted tale
porior to all other makes. Vit
them In stock.
NEAGLE BROS.
Big Brick Blacksmith Ship.
Vlllll M 111 IMF" fllllll
uauimr crti n mv rnfil 1
WOOD BUSINESS TO L. W.
MumMc, i iu inn
MY CUSTOMERS FOR THEIR
ERAL SUPPORT GIVEN ME
THE PAST AND ASK THAT
SAME BE EXTENDED TO MR
ADAMS, WHO WILL AT
TIMRS KEEP A LARGE STOCK
niinii ii u v ias 1 1 l nn i n r
NERER COAL ON HAND
IT I I I W r I W ww I l fa- wwii.
IN THIS LINE.
i onnuu run mi.
r rr H A A IM I M TUC ntTPlCE WlT
l?in mwnwniTiu. i
ikineDTen ta kat? will plea
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CALL FOR SETTLEMENT,
P. P. COLLIER
WHEN YOU WANT
RUBBER STAMPS
REMEMBER ME.
I manufacture overy style on
mounting and carry a complete I
ui rnuB, lufttv xuitno,
Type, etc. SEALS, STKNUiw,
Checks. Door Plates.
Write mo what you want. 1
please you by return mall.
WESLEY ANDREWS, MaKer wu.
Sitters
Its
THE BEST
THE MOBT WHOLESOME
PROPERLY MILLED
WITHOUT A SUPERIOR
BYERS' BEST FLOUR
The Standard of Excellency.
PENDLETON ROLLER MILLS
W. S. Byers, Proprietor.
THP RFST
IS THE CHEAPEST
Bear this in mind when 7
need poultry and stock MPPj"
and ask for the Internal
Kow Kure for your cow w
blea.
ipeworthy
a wav'"
127-129 East Alta St.
An.nl fnr Lee's Lice Kl"'
All persons knowltf
themselves to be in
debted to me will c"
and settle their "
counts as I need tM
money. ,
Conrad Platzoedef,
Meat Market
Walter's Flouring
Capacity, 150 barrels a W
. ' . . wheat
. ry . nnmu -
Flour. Mill Foou, w
etc,, always on hand.
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