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WKDNKSDAY OCTOBER SOU!»
Women and Moornert.
The women of today who assert
It begins to look like Mr Harri-
enough independence to dress, walk son would be quarantined by the
and act as conscience and common voters as well as by the scarlet
dictates, are called the new
woiuen. because, we presume, of,
thatdeparture from the prim ways, |
After the republican Congress
.tvles and fashions generally recog-
„¿id I. t middle »ged. old women J’88 beel> in session a few month“
mode«. There ie
j dem.>er«ue proepeot, w.U look much
thought of ease and comfort entered , riKhtt!r-
into in the mandates issued by this (
Some of the professional reform
over modest I and of dictators, but
jlist the decree and departure from erenow out of a job might offer
old time ruks of women dressing their services to the Sultan of Tur
»nd acting, is a breach of decorum i key, who has promised to "reform”
highly immodest and deserving the Armenia.
severest censure of the band.
in many instances of such de
Gov Morton is having his por
partures the issue is between coin , trait
....... painted, but there __
is no proba-
mon sense on one siae and cu.-tom 1 bihty that it will be needed for
■ hi the other. If women desire to campaign purposes.
dress comfortable and in a euitj
adapted to the use intended, and
Now that Mr. Reed has consulted
not rally innnodtst, why not let his friends on the republican Na
her do it? Why object to the ii> nai committee, what does
bloomer costmne in cns- s where its •
thoik i I ili>- outlook? ’
siiiH-riority over all other costumes I
tbrthepurpneintended isacknowl- .
ed-v-d i>v al ’
1 McKinley and Harrison cannot
Women do and will continue l0 . ev«" console with each other ovei
do things which they have a per- •heir "R"lng chances.
fect right to do, where the bloomer
costume is almost indispensable to 1 Some day Tom Platt may spring
cjinlurt, ease, dexterity and full ac- "What I know a! out Presidenta!
complisiiinent of the object.
Conventions” upon the book mark
Women ride bicycles, we object et.
to bicycles on general principles,
’be main objection is, that the hab
There are parts of Senator Sher-
it, when formed, is likely t > lead to
m til's Look which should be sent I
excess, and the indulgence carried
out as democratic campaign docu
«0 far as to cause ill health.
But bicycle riders of this s x are J
increasing instead of ditnii i.diing,
Il> a mighty good thing for John
»nd such being the case is it not
that some of the men he
more sersibie to approve a proper
costume than a dress which ham criticises in his book are dead.
pers the movements of the rider, John knows who to jump on.
therehv a great hindrance to speed,
ease, comfort and enjoyment.
Whv doesn’t Mr. Harrison also
1*0 you h< ar anv objections mad» , publish some recollections? Per*
t’ithr huje minted or puffed out i haps lie knows of some corrupt
. — res worn by ladles, because its Meals too.
m nuke the sleeves re I
Miubie a two bushel seaml ess sack
John Bud is prep iring to swallow
1 A-h.iiiti. but he will not be allowed
Ikiwr true modesty require long to even build a shanty on this con
’* r » i i ruling bicvcles, wading tinent outside the limits of bisown
»'"•«. »¡u.-ii. mud and wate-? Would territory.
1 bot tie mure t>eeom*iig to the
firmer* wit> or daughter—who have I
or les« running out in bad | Mrs Waller says Ambassador
’'•«’in r ui.d to the milk maid—to EuMlJsis treating her imprison'd
t* dreeied in a bloomer costume husband with the * utmost consider*
’han to bedragging around through ‘‘tlon a,,d trnder"e8!’;” therepubli-
say that Mr Eustis is
»uo». slush and mud long ■ K 1 Fl " 81 can editors
lucks ’ ' n’ ^ecU,,8 ur ignor*,,g him
Lear it said by many "it
Su it does, but that does not is most worthy of talief.
‘“»ke this mode of d re-sing immod
New York’s ‘ sparrow cops” don’t
Borneo wear bathing suits, which
know a "juke'’ from an ordinary
CQttld. with more propriety, de-
bicycle rider. That’s whv one of
|HHl but <bat gfcii |
them run in the Vanderbilt’s Eng
1 -•* man
woman object» to her 1 lish "juke’’for scorcning.
Ue*r»g it. Because tm, bathing I
Ru’t*'d f*r the purpose!
With Teller taffy itig Sherman
therefore no one thinks of mak-
“p “(►r remarks when women and "Little Billie” Chandler taffy
ing the silver men, it is not surpris
m bathmg suits.
11't »• much the men as it ing
*' that some people don’t know
*-M"wn who ra.ae the cry of ‘where they are at.”
u»iause women wear
r,dlng bicjckg Ig
If Benj H arrison fails to capture
• UM»« convenient than long
¿2 *’* divided skirt? I. n that nomination he may I'eel dis
posed to let the public into a few of
I housands of our hi» political recollection».
The top round of the ladder of1
impudence would seem to have been j
reached when John Sherman uc-; M ips S ai . lie H udspeth ,
cusea others of corrupt uolitical
Call and examine goods and ascertain Prices. The Proprietress ib
The Corbett Fitzsimmons fight
to stay and desires to Please Patrons in Style, Qua lty o
are not as <
1 was called off. instead of pulled off.
state as those elsewhere are. Jim-
very best women, against whom i
not one breath of taint can be
: tered, iide them; then why not a'-
low them to wear the costume beet
- suited to the purpose.
Rare Selection of Millinery Goods*
mv campbell is an ideal candidate
he doesn’t always win, but he al
ways scares the opposition.
Perhaps the English editors who
say the Monroe doctrine has noth
ing to do with the Venzuelan bound • i
ary dispute may change their minds |
before they are much older.
^ agnôliaïrêstauran T
E. B R eep ,
What does Senator Teller mean I
by wishing John Sherman were i
ten years you ger? What would i
Teller’s silver constituents think of I This Restaurant has been fitted
up in Elegant style and is in every
his becoming a Sherman man?
particular a first class eating and
Atlanta changed its name
Clevelandville during the visit of,
President Cleveland and his Cabinet
nut had Mrs. Cleveland gone the
name would have been Francesville.
The proprietor is prepared
lodge his customers and guarante
comfort and satisfaction and us
everv effort possible to make ii
gueste feel at home.
From all accounts Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy ie a Godsend to the]
afflicted. There is no advertise-1
•nent about this; we feel just like!
saving it.—The Democrat. Carroll '
ton. Ky. For sale by all druggists, I
i-*^.DO YOU KNOW A GOOD ADVERTISEMENT MEANS INCREASE IN BUSINESS’.’.“*»!^
Scrofula in the Blood
Causes Glands of the Neck tc.If yO’l IPS ill 1 1303111011
Thls Troucle and a Case of Rheu
matism Cured by Hood's.
Lot Peoub K qow it
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plaint was a biliooi I
attack. His treat
ment failed to help .
me so I determined
to try Hood’s 8ar*
aaparilla. To my <
Hng oiVhe side of1 SubSCFlbC fOF the
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not had a sick day since. I for one, rec- ’
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EAST OREGON HERALD.
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He took Hood’s Sarsaparilla and found it
Just the Medicine Needed.
We believe it will do all that is claimed for
it, if given a fair trial. Both of us have
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N. B. Be sure to get Tlood’s Sarsaparilla.
CLUBBING RATES WITH ALL THE LEADING PAPERS.
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