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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 30, 1904.
GRAND DISPLAY OF EASTER CARDS, BOOKLETS, RABBITS.
CHICKENS. HUNDREDS OF EASTER NOVELTIES FROM 2c
Frederick Nolf & Co.
Hooks. 15c, 25c, 40c and 50c
Poles, split bamboo, 9'A feet
long, 98c to S9.45.
Reels, 10c to S5.-45.
Fish baskets. 95c to 32.45.
We sell the two leading
makes Ramblers and Cres
cents S22X0 to $40.00.
U prohibited. No immorality Is tol-jln 1901 ex-Premier TValdeck-Rous
1 erated within Zion and those who'seau secured a law suppressing all
J have -visited this frcai citr sajr that unauthorized religious schools and
it Is a superlative model of cleanli- this enactment completes, in one
: ness, purity, health and morals, 1 sweeping stroke, the work begun ny
t J worthy o( Imitation. The same gen- that progressive philosopher of
J ' era! comparison may be applied to French politics. State schools.
j Mormon cities. Barring polygamy, i devoid of sectarian training will now
, Mormonism is all right. Barring , be established over all France. Free
. Dowie's religion, his city is a model, education, free thought and free
' but remove Dovie's nonsensical re-' choice of religious belief will be
ligion and there remaits nothing to placed before the French .people. It
hold his zealots together in nis'is the greatest stroke of the century.
J model city of Zion. (France, ihe mother of the church.
the scene of its greatest triumphs, lo
AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER.
Iub!)jhl erery afternoon 'exrept Sunday
mt Pendleton. Oregon, by the
Telephone. Main 11.
Entered at Pndleton potok as
: ine interview trom ur. . ..,,,.,,. ,. .,,. - ,h ..,. ,i
Cole. published In Saturday's Eat , educatlona, frwlIom.
Oregonian. on the increase of 1m- past p
morality and the future policy of the -
a coroner, office is giving out all the "he vital statistics of Jlnssaehu-
details of unfortunate crimes that 'setts show that the average life of
. ... are occurring with startling frequon-'au editor Is 54 years, a physician S.
praise of his life and acts white ne a ,awJ.er & A
U yet alive. There wtll be nothing jugt,ce-courts should lhe ,. su?gest8 Utat these statistics show
,e" ,0 sar atter nts deatD icy of courts, lawyers and officials : that the righteous editor is called o
If every man In Umatilla county to make public every sickening de- his reward early because of bis
who believes that the government tall of family rows that are rushed many earthly sorrows. The truth of
should own the public utilities. Inlo court for settlement. The dls-'the matter is. perhaps, that this is a
PUBLISHING should sieak his mind boldly, the graceful and costly affairs that are merciful provision of providence to
craving for a smoke an apple be
substituted; if a drink of liquor Is
desired take an apple in Its place;
if there Is a tendency to do some
thing desperate, sit down and quiet
ly eat an apple and reflect over iu
" Just what medicinal property is
contained In the apple to eradicate
bad habits Mr. Stenson does not pre
tend to say.
Senator Cockrell's moral life and
his high standard of statesmanship
is cited as an incident of the reign
ing Influence of apples. It Is a well
known fact that the senator makes
his lunch off apples every day to the
exclusion of all other food, and has
kept up this diet for SO years.
socialist would be the strongest being Imposed upon courts more and ; get me biggest gratter on me ear n
party in the county. "The native more every year, should be held up first. .
o'er as examples to deter other families
uvoni-! mle ' resolution Is sicklied
with the pale cast of thought."
, who may think of airing their
troubles at the people's expense j0hn Henry Cradlebaueh,
April 9. Umatilla county republi
April 32. Umatilla county demo
April IS School bona election,
April 14 Republican state con
April 16 Meeting of Oregon Cattle-growers'
April IS ilemocratlc state con
May 2 Oregon Federation of La
bor. Oregon City
May 4 General M. E. conference.
troubles at tne peoples expense j0hn Henry Cradlebaugh, a para.,r nrrpr rinthpc tor Afn
The Lewis and Clark corporation Dlvorc? cases and Schenins family grapher. -verse blacksmith, telegraph correct (10ttieS Wr Men
has done everything It could to take
cost the counties altogether editor, headline artist, proofreader
O ye who drive upon the
rocks of Chance.
Or drift upon the shoals of
Or fail to reach the port of
Through, on Life's seas, some
"Who. following Duty's bea
con o'er the main.
Love's golden galleon mark
Take heart' None knows how
fair the meed may be
In God's green islands of
business away from the country . . Thp , avin and Peneral ejector of disorder vj
newspaper, by selling the right to X feUlemenT of dis-Cst n ca"erS- ,haS TV"
' , J , , ... 1 r we settlement oi utsgusiin-, some mine development work -n
print the fair literature to lob offices jangles that snoud never se; the 5omhern Oregon. The for e m "he,
,in Portland, and yet It expects the outslde of tne unhappv home. Journal comiosing room preset; tl
newspapers to advertise Its features ' Courls supponed bv 'taxpavers hlm witb a handsome solti-moun ec
free of charge The newspapers of are too often to waste Tuome if t ' hV
the state are the .most .inexcusable their Ume , ,ha, VmlTba'ck a- h.. ic'l
: "suckers on earth if they do it. shoud have ben fougnt om wlth on this little daily.
The st-te of Oregon snends over broomstick and brickbats in the "ls Balen xrienos wisn mm
ine Slie ot uregon spenus oter bim.msr nnri ho will aln-nvs hp re-
$20,001' per year on her salmon back yaraj ' membered for his many genial quali-' purSC.
.hatcheries, to keep alive and per- ,. . , ... ... ties, and for havln;
T last here are
clothes in the
same class with
made and at a
1 price that won't
Cvpjrtiu rRs,A.E.cii. empty your
K. J. Taylor, Lessee and jj
'Phone "Main 41.
Prices 10c, 20c and 30c.
Thursday night. 'Reign of tiJ
Emperor" Entire change of nil
Jvtlie oath evening.
For years good clothiers
proved himself have waited for this dream to
" "'" the best all-round newspaper mai . . tl;,
ever maae in any ever employed on this paper, ills tu""- "us" ,al""
The committee on membership, in
the Commercial Association, is do
ing nobly, but there are dozens f
eligible business men still out in the
. petuate the salmon fishing Industry. scnoo, gvslem
w nuicu uuiu sruu ux: ui uu cuu ii i . . . .,itK , . it. j r , , .
no effort were made to replenish It. ,n France The chamber of pastepot:
,!Yet she permits the syndicates to t,es vesterda, DV a vote 3l6 lo "Au Revolr. old friend: yon are
. exhaust the natural timber supply. ' , .... ... not overly handsome or sweet as th
.without so much as planting one tree ,schoolE SQ 6y ;he , nyrcan out- yo, .$ t
Jper year to produce timber for .he abrJc of and t0 8UbstUu,e Caplta, JollrnaI. for-service apparel that can pos-
" " ; f0T them the s,ate sch001' or a s""- apples and morals bc produced. If we didn't
Although Dowie's religion is a tem of public education, now found ' think up wnttlHn'f hitv ihpm.
mongrel brand of blasphemy and big
otry, the sanitary regulations of his
Citv nt Zlnn nre the hest of anv cltv
brush, who must be rounded up ind ,n the worl(J a somary' re3,.
branded. idem of the city can use tobacco nor
enjoying liquor, pork is not UBed, fllth cannot
President Roosevelt Is
one unique experience which it has accumulate on any of the premises,
been the pleasure of but few public crematories are provided for the
men to enjoy and that is the publl- burning of all
in its' highest conception in the free Appleg are a sure cure for the or advertise them; or sell them,
public school system of the United drink and tobacco habits and for
honeycombed tne 'ow morals Wiach lead to crime.
with religious orders. convents.
says John T. Stenson. director of po-
Equal to fine cuitom mide in all but
price The makeri' guarantee, and
ouri, with every garment We art
Exclusive Dutributorj in thii city.
mnlnV nt tho tlVWs tnir Pamtih,
monasteries, recluse cells and sec- iptK Bttimr fnrth th. Pr nt an.
tarlan schools, all living upon the pies as a cure of bad habits will be Tuc DrnDI rc WARFHfillF
and nromulgat- distributed with l.txio.om. apples on ,,u 1 - . . 1. " .
Apple day. September 27 Tht Leading uoiniers
In nrrlor In u-ni-t- n cn.a ...... t... v. w w v. , rnU. nSFRON
garbage and debris, j trine For years France has strug- means of the appe dlet Prof Sten. -
state, yet teaching and promulgat
ing the most rigid sectarian doc-
Frazer Opera House
K. J. Taylor, Manager
FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 8.
The Woman's Club Have Secured till
CLARA LOUISE THOMPSON.
CO Local Amateurs in the Cat.
Introducing latest songs
Society cake walks,
Written for laughing purposts onlj.
The buskin' will take plac i: Mt.
Hay's own fine barn, which tis bees
fixed for the occasion. The pcbKc
;n general cordially Inv'ted to aarai
cation of eulogies encomiums and and expectorating on the sidewalks gled to free herself of this burden. son advises that when one has
old XEwsrArnr.s to rrr okb
carpets, on shelves, walls or for ra
ping purposes. Old newspapers In U-T
bundles of 100 each at cents t tab
at tbe EAST OREGONIAN office. YaS
GOLD MEDAL BUTTER.
NOT GOOD, NOT HERE
ALL GOODS LOOK ALIKE TO SOME PEOPLE, BUT DIS
CRIMINATING BUYERS AMONG RICH AND POOR ALIKE SEE
F. S. YOUNGER & SON'S GOODS ARE THE CHOICE OF
DISCRIMINATING BUYERS, BECAUSE REASONABLE PRICES,
COUPLED WITH HIGH QUALITY, MAKE A COMBINATION HARD
TO BEAT. OUR STORE IS CHARACTERIZED BY CLEAN
LINESS, GOOD GOODS, POLITE SERVICE, PROMPT DELIVERY,
OUR LARGE STOCK AND LONG EXPERIENCE PLACES US
IN A POSITION TO GIVE EVERY P088IBLE ADVANTAGE TO
OUR CUSTOMERS, AND WE DO IT.
Another Shipment of 50 Cases
which we will offer yotx once
more at the low price of three
dozen for fifty cents. These
oranges are the genuine sweet
navels of fine quality.
3 lot 5c
2 dot. for 35c
3 doz. lot 50c
WHILE WE DO NOT CLAIM TO SELL ALL, AT ALL TIMES,
AT LOWER PRICES THAN ANY OTHER STORE, WE DO CLAIM
AND DO MEET ALL HONEST COMPETITION.
IT IS A COMMON PRACTICE TO OFFER A FEW ITEMS AT
COST, OR LESS, AS A -BAIT" TO ' ATTRACT CUSTOMERS,
THEN USE THE OPPORTUNITY TO OVER-CHARGE ON OTHER
GOODS. THAT PRACTICE HAS NEVER BEEN FOLLOWED AT
THIS STORE. IT IS COMMON PRACTICE TO SELL GOODS OF
INFERIOR GRADE FOR GOODS OF GOOD QUALITY, UNDER
PRETENSE THAT THEY ARE WORTH MORE MONEY. THERE
ARE OTHER KINDS OF UNFAIR, IF NOT DISHONEST, KINDS
OF COMPETITION WE DO NOT TRY TO MEET. BUT WHEN IT
IS A MATTER OF RELIABLE GOODS, HONEST WEIGHTS AND
FAIR TREATMENT, ALL AROUND, THEN WE ARE RIGHT IN
Three large Oranges for 5c
Three dozen large Oranges for 50c
F. S. YOUNGER SON
Telephone Main 281
823 Main Street