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DAIL" EAST ORE"'
"ATURDAY, MAY, 7, 1904.
THE PRIIURY L
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If your coffee doesn't
suit, don't worry buy
It may cost more per
pound but think of the
quality. High grade. ,i
grocers sell it.
I and 2 lb. aroma-tight
J. A. Folder n Co.
Importers of Fin Coffa
A RUNAWAY TEAM.
3s Biiru o do more or less damago to
"n carriage, but whether you need; re
pairing from accident or ordinary
wear and tear, bring your vehicles to
.Tluaclo's. While our reputation is
ile'spread for doing all kinds of re-
jiairlng In the oesi manner ai lowest
prices, wo feci sure tnar, mero are
a few good people who don't know
that we are unexcelled In our line,
and we want them to know us.
We have the Winona wagons and
Has buggies, the best produced In the
-world. Call and see our lino of rigs
Stover Gasoline Engines, safe and
1 The French i
I Restaurant I
Best 25 Cent Meal in the City
Private Dining Parlors.
Elegant Furnished Rooms In
S GUS LaFONTAINE, Prop. :
633 Main Street.
GOOD DRY WOOD
I have good sound wood
which is delivered at
W. C. 1Y1INNIS
Ieave orders at Ncuman's
DRS. F. C. &M.E.
, THE DENTISTS
"Will spend tho summer in tlio East
visiting st Washington City, and tak
ing post-gradunio courses in .Phila
delphia and Now York. All parties
desiring work'doho boforo wo lenvo
ifor tho East must call at pneo and
-nrranup for .tho surnq.
J. L. VAUGHN :
Prompt attention given and all 5
work executed properly, ,
Kleotrlcal Supplies or all kinds
OFFJCB-121 WBST COUnT ST, J
STATE LEAGUE 8END8 OUT
Reasons Why Voters Should Favor
the Direct Primary Amendment
Lucidly Set Forth In Circular Let
terLaw Is Successful In Other
States Voters and Lovers of Good
Government Invited to Study It.
Tho Direct Primary Nominating
League of Oregon has sent out tho
following circular letter to every
nowspapor In tho state and to many
of tho individual voters. It clearly
sets forth the objects of the primary
law that 1b to bo voted upon In Juno
and should bo studied carefully by
those Interested tho maintenance
of good government through the peo
ple. The circular is as follows:
Wle ask your vote for the direct
primary nominating election law. No.
302 on the official ballot, for the fol
lowing reasons: It mnkes tho people's
votes the only power to nominate
candidates for public offlcc, and so
destroys tho party boss system. This
Is one of tho greatest powers in our
government, pernaps greater than
tho right to elect tho officers from
among the candidates after the nomi
nation. The men who really govern are
tho30 In tho great parties who can
mako or break candidates for nomi-
tmtlnn. So lone as meso llOSSCS can
nnmlnalo tnelr friends for office tho
government will bo good for tho
bosses no matter who is elected,
When thn oeoiile nomlnato the can
didates as well as elect tho officers,
tho government will bo good for tho
people, no matter wno is eiocteu.
Min hnv( died for tho rlcht to cast
tho ballot, and surely the right to
make the ballot is not less valuable
or sacred than the right to vote It.
No man would think of having del
i.irntns nr conventions do his voting
at tho general election, and It Is quite
as Important that ho do his own vot
ing at the nominating election.
in thn in at two vears bills have
been introduced in 22 legislatures for
primary nominating elections, tnis
bill Is submitted for the approval or
rnirntlnn of the neonle becauso it
cannot be defeated at tho ballot box
by political tricks and trndes.
If you enact this law you will
choose your party candidates at a
nominating election, and no combina
tion of bosses will bo able to name
tho candidates for your party, much
less can they make a slate for both
This bill Is endorsed by many re
publican county conventions and by
the democratic state convention. By
a political trick of tho managers tho
question was not allowed to como be
f6fe the republican state convention.
It Is not a partisan measure in any
sense of tho word. Senator Mitchell,
Governor Chamberlain and other
broad-minded statesmen and politi
cians who are strong In an open con
test before the people favor this bill.
And with them are nearly all the men
who trust the peoplo nnd bellovo they
nro fit and able for self-government.
The men who fear tha peoplo, aud
all little politicians who must havo a
nomination given to them if they
over get one, and all tho boodlers and
bosses who mako money out of poli
tics, nro against tho bill.
it Is not expensive, for it will cost
about 35 cents every two years for
each voter, or $35,000 for tho state.
But tho power to make nominations
,,.at ha wnrth morn than it costs.
tor tho politicians do not complain of
It Is not more cumbrous or compll
When is a cough more
than a cough ?
When it's a settled cold.
When it hangs on in spite of
all you can do. Cough mix
tures won't cure it because
they are merely for a cough'
aim this is something more.
Scott's. Emulsimi cures the
cough because it cures the
.something more. It heals
and repairs the inflamed
tissues where the cold has
taken root and prevents its
:Wc'll tend you a sample free upon reijuot.
SCOTT & 1IOWN1J, 4") I'M" Street, New York.
Let us fill your
bin with ....
OGK SPRING GOAL
Recognized as the best
and most o.onomical fuel.
We are prepared to con
tract with you for your
winter's supply- We .de
liver coal or wbod to any
part of the city.
cntcd than tho Australian linllol law,
and It Is drawn on tho snmr princi
ples. Nominations will bo on lo by
tho highest number of votes iust a
tho constitution requires In all elec
tions. Tho best government Is possible
only by having tho best men of all
parties for candidates, and the peoplo
can trust no one but tnomselvcs to
chooso such candidates. No 1'intlons
cannot bo bought nor stolen from tho
peoplo as they havo been from con
ventions. Whon tho peoplo nomlnato, overy
candidate Tor nomination must stand
alono on his own merits, and months
before tho nominating election his
friends will bo proclaiming his char
acter, record, nblllty and fitness for
tho place. But they will novor boast
of his payments to tho "primary
fund," nor of tho places ho has found
in his ofTico for mo friends of tho
"managing commltteo" at tho ex
pense of tho taxpayers. And he who
has not two friends per 100 members
of his party who want to sign a pe
tition to put his nnmo on tho party
nominating ballot, is a very poor stick
to ask tho peoplo to trust him with
The Bill Provides
That on petition of two per cent
of tho party vote tho county clerk
will print tho candidate's name on
party nominating ballot. If ho re
ceives the highest number of his par
ty votes at tho nominating election
he hns his party's nomination nnd his
namo will bo printed on the official
ballot as Its candidate. None but
r.M.lotnru.l ninmlinrn of the party can
sign his petition. None but members
of a party can voio tins uniioi in mu
nominating election, but this tloes
tint ninilv tn the nonoral election In
June for public officers. This enables
members of a party to maito us nom
inations without intorferenco by
nthnr imrtloa nr mercenary voters.
Every political party is given tho
right to the solo nntl exclusive uhu
of all of Its party name. This will
prevent candidates for splto as well
Pnlltlenl narties casting 25 nor cent
nr mnrn n f thn totnl vote must nomi
nate all their candidates under this
law. It does not apply to city elec
tions in towns of less than 2,000 pop
ulation. Independent candidates and politi
cal parties casting less than 25 per
cent of tho total vote must 'continue
to nominate as they do now under
the Australian ballot law, which is
Sec. 2791 D. & C. Codes.
Candidates for nomination for tho
legislative assembly may pledge tho
peoplo In their petition that they
win. nr will not. vote for tho people's
choice for United States Senator, re
gardless of their personal protoronco.
The bill provides for nominations for
Senator Mitchell and many others
believe this will prevent tho nomina
tion of any candidato for tho legisla
ture who does not pledge himself to
vote for the people's choice, and thus
result practically in tho direct elec
tion of our senators in congress. Tho
legislature will simply ratify tho peo
ple's choice In much tho samo way
that the president Is elected.
Tho Judges and clerks of tho gen
eral election act also at tho primary
nominating election. All tho pro
ceedings for each party so far as pos
slble are tho same as at tho general
election. Each party has Its separato
ballot, but the nominating election is
at tho samo tlmo and place for all
parties subject to the bill. Tho voto
is by secret ballot, which gives every
man an equal opportunity boforo tho
peoplo of his party.
It does not destroy political parties
but provides for their government by
their registered members Just as n
city Is governed by Its registered
"this law does not mako any change
In tho Australian ballot or tho meth
od of voting at regular general cloc
tionc. It ' provides for opening tho
registration books from September
20th to October 20th boforo each
Public officers will moro faithfully
servo the peoplo because their politi
cal llfo will depend nlways upon the
peonlo and no one olso.
If you enact this law you place tho
governing power moro directly In tho
hnnds of tho people, ami therefore
carry It a step nearer to tho Ameri
can Ideal of a government of tho peo
plo, by tho peoplo, and for tho peoplo.
Manqe In Jhs Country.
Dr. Woods, of this city, deputy
state veterinarian, was nil through
ho. country between here and Pome
roy lasl week looking up horses Buf
fering with the mango, rumors of
which liavo reached tho authorities.
Ho says there Is uny quantity of It
imong tho rnngo horses, but It In dif
ficult to ascertain to whom tho horses
hoinnir Tin fiuaramlned tho horses
of threo owners and ho goes back
this wool: to again ramie an onori 10
stamp nut tho ' disease. Dayton
There is only One
Genuine-SyrUp of FlgS,
The Genuine is Manufactured by the
California Fig Syrup Co.
Tho full name of the company, California FMk Syrup Co,
Is printed on the front of every package of the genuine.
The Genuine- Syrup of Figs- is for Sale, in Original
Packages Only, by Reliable Druggists Everywhere
Knowing the above will enable one to avoid the fraudulent imita
tions made by piratical concerns and sometimes offered by unreliable
dealers. The imitations arc known to act injuriously and should
therefore be declined.
Buy the genuine always if you wish to get its beneficial effects.
It cleanses the system gently yet effectually, dispels colds and headaches
when bilious or constipated, prevents fevers and acts best on the
kidneys, liver, stomach and bowels, when a laxative remedy is needed
by men, women or children. Many millions know of its beneficial
effects from actual use and of their own personal knowledge. It is the
laxative remedy of the well-informed.
Always buy the Genuine- Syrup of Figs
MANUFACTURED BY THE
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In order to make mom for our new line qf enamel ware, we are
offering our present stock of gray granite ware below cost:
Tea Kettles, regular price $1.00, now 70c
2-Quart tea -r coffee pots, regular price 55c, now 30c
6-Quart milk pans, regular price 40c, now 20c
Pie plates, regular price 20c, now t 13c
2.Quart granite buckets, regular price 35c, now 25c
6-Quart preserving kettles, regular price 50c, now 30c
17-Quart dish pans, regular price 90c, now 70c
W. J. Clarke (& Co.
'PHONE MAIN 211.
211 COURT STREET.
A Cure for Plies.
"I had a bail caao of piles," Bays
a. F. Carter, of Atlanta, Oa., "and
consulted a physician who advised
mn rr, irv tl llfiX Of DoWltt'S WltCh
irn..ii Ruluo I nurchnscd a box and
Svao entirely nured. It is splendid
for piles, givlntc roliot instantly, nnu
I heartily recommend It to all suffer
ors." DoWltt'S Witch Hazel Salvo Is
uncriualod for Its healing qualities.
Eczema and other shin diseases, also
sores, cuts, burns and wounds ot
ovorv hind nro nufchiy curou uy it.
Sold by Tollman & Co.
mi... .....r.. .if nrmrrill lmH llttnil I1Y.
1 H u niinu w . 0 . . . . ......
porlmontlng with Its young salmon
to dotormlno If thoy roturu to tho
place whoro thoy wuro spawned, and
liuils that thoy do, with groat rogu-
Afn.l,...1 null from tlll Kllllli-
IIHiiJ- - -'
ath hatchory. turned looso threo
years ago, havo been caught thoro
by tho dozens this year
nn.rnv. Mass.. 152 Shawmut Ave. Oct. 2."i. l'JOJ.
After 1 luul boon married about four months I felt my
health generally decline. I seemed to lose tin) liulit step
and dragged wearily along instead Myappeute failed inn
and 1 lost health and strennth. 1 was nervom and had
shooting pains through my limb ami stomach while bear
mir down tiaitiH nnd constant headaches added to niv misery
The menstrual flow became more and moro profusn anil 1
was unfit to attend to my daily duties. My laubaiul called
111 llirCK Uliltri'.-in, Jiujaivtiii.. iiun i iwn uwut. i. ...
kill or cure n dozen women, but it all had no effect on me whatever, until I
too!; V iim o Cardm. In a few dajs 1 felt a .:i....i:e U c l.. i v v. rci.
oral health improved and at the next time o my periods my l ow was more
natural and I was in kvn pain. Gradually I recovered my heallh and strength
and am now in perfect health. I take an occasional tlovvot v mo of Cardm
which keens mo well.
1 am namy 10 give yj-
1 HE BEST
IS THE C- EAPES1I
Hear this in mind wheir
need poultry nnd stock m
and ask for the Interutk
Toultry anil Stock Food, li
Kow Kure for your co i
C. F. Colesworlil
127-129 East AIU St
Agent for Lee's Lice KiH
vou this endorsement.
President, lUclc fuy Woman's Club.
Why don't you try for the fame health lira, .flicker bas? ' It easy to
secure if you take Wine of Cardui according to directions. Wmo of Urdu
strengthens weak and worn-out women of. any age and assists the mother and
hou"ewifotobear her enuliuff duties. Wine o Cardm makes women fit
for all the duties of womanhood. , , ,, ,
It will relieve the pains of irregularity, cures fulling of the womb,
leucorrlou, ovarian troubles, and has been known "' W
siciaus considered 'dangerous tumors. Women who use V mo of Car. ui
dc not differ at the monthly periods. They do not m hystenca lck-s
becauso Wine of Cardui gives them strong nerves freed from tho irritation
fTalSl!oO 'bottle of Winoof Cardm purchase.! from your druggist
will keep you ueo irora pain.
.-, - ThnwH 0'
. auiireuiu jii'it,. -Dairy
and Food Commlnw
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Jeffrey. T. II. Crawford, w. a
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ami .1. ti.
Cungress, Second District-!
District Attorney, Umitu
Morrow-J. H. Haley.
Joint Representative, Morro
Umatilla F. U. Holbroot
JudgtG. A. Hartman.
Sheriff--T. D. Taylor
Clerk-J. H. Cherry.
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Survoyor-C C Berkeley
Trcnauror-S. t LteMf
Itrconier- y . -1 nderssl
Coroner- - Dr i " I
Justice of th. rcacc-S -
DOCTOR J. MAN FOO
THE CBI.BUKATBD HOOT AND HBHI1 DOCTOR, has moved to
101 First street, botweon Washington and Stark. Graduate of moilk-al
university In China.
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For Mle at tha East Oregonlan Th ' W8paper8
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For Presidential Electors.
W. V. HnmPton
J. N Hart
W. H Gor
James A Fee
For Supremo Judge
For Food ami JJairj -
j W. uanw
For l'lOSOcutliiK Attorney
0. W Phelps
var Joint noprescntatlve
Dr. W. G. ow &
For Congressman In
John J- Ballera
For County Juie;
Honry J. nw
For County Clerk
For W rtt
y. H. Folsorn
av. t. liiey
1 j. W. Klmbrcu J1Wn
For Justice of !' rD