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DAILY EAST OREGOXIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. SATURDAY, MAY 9, 1908. FAam urvcf. PARIS IN 1869. Use A NEW PERFECTION Wick Blue Flame Oil Cook-Stove Because it's clean. Because it's econom ical. Because it saves time. Because it gives best cooking results. Because its flame can be regulated instantly. Because it will not overheat your kitchen. Because it is better than the coal or wood stove. Because it is the perfected oil stove. For other, reasons see stove at your dealer's, or write our nearest agency. Made in tW" i7 M fully warranted. The -i cannot be equaled limp tot iti bright and " steady light, simple construction and abeolute aafety. Equipped with latest improred burner. Made of brasa throughout and beautifully nickeled. An ornament to any room, whether library, dining-room, parlor or bedroom. Every lamp warranted. Write to our nearest agency if not at your dealer's. STANDARD OIL COMPANY iimvirtaiTit) THE iconomy Motor Bug Is just what you have been look ing for. A great hill climber goes anywhere. 1 0 Horse-power, two-cylinders, and economical to run. Price in reach of everybody, only $450.00 For Sale by issen Imp ementCo NET PROFITS I w 1 HEN you advertise you expect to get something out of it more than you put in it ; if you don't, it's a losing game and losing money is poor policy. But it's not how much an ad costs it's how much profit it brings you. Net profitthat's the main thing.'1 ADVERTISING is not a magic art. All it is, is putting into print effective selling arguments a good salesman would use orally. Write those arguments in an attractive style bring out the merits of a proposition so that the other fellow feels an instinctive desire to possess it tell him why he should buy it and then finally satisfy him that tho price is right. To get the best results, cater to the largest number you . can reach among those who make good wages and live well people who can afford to buy what you have to sell. The East Oregonian's readers are composed of that class who willingly pay 65 cents a month for it in preference to buying the cheaper papers. Net result they are people who can afford to buy what you have to sell. They are not penurious. They are net paupers. Never Had the Empire 8emed More Assured, ths Court Mors Brilliant Tbe last flicker of the candle, the last flame of tbe dying fire, la ever tbe brightest, and no It was wltb Paris In I860. Never bad tbe empire seemed more assured, tbe court more brilliant, tbe fetes more gorgeous. Tbe light heart ed ParlHlans reveled In tbe dally sights of royal processions and ctfvalcadea. Tbe Dots do Boulogne and tbe Champs Elyeees, where we were living at that time, were crowded wltb splendid equipages. I remember often seeing tbe Empress Eugenie, then tbe hand somest woman in Europe, driving In ber da u mon t, tbe green and gold liv eries of the postilions and outriders making a brave show. Nor were four horses and postilions tbe privilege of .royalty alone. Princess Metternicb, tbe wife of the Austrian ambassador, pften went out In similar style. Tbe beautiful Mnie. de Canlsy and the Ducbesso de Moucby, tbe empress' greatest and perhaps only Intimate friend, and a host of court ladles habit ually drove out In great state and help ed by. the magnificence of their ap pearance to give to Paris that air of elegance and distinction which could neither be surpassed nor emulated by any other capital In Europe. Even among those who bad forebodings of tbe gathering storm no one bad de scried tbe black shadow cast on the blue sky by tbe approaching figure of Bellona, ber fierce eyes fixed on happy, smiling, tranquil France. Lady Ran dolph Churchill In Century. There's this difference between the cocoa habit and the coffee habits Cocoa maKes you healthier, stronger, steadier, better able to do your share. Does coffee? QUITE A NICE GAME. Why Lost LESS THAN A CENT A CUP the Girl Who Proposed It Her Temper. Tbe other day Miss Fannie Lower ran across tbe road to see an intimate friend. As is usual with youn? ' j dies, tbey bad a good deal to tell ; another. In the course of tbe con v. satlon Fannie said: "I used to think that Gus Simpson was a nice young man, bnt I Just bate him now." "Why, what has he done?" "He's treated me shamefully." "In what wayr "Why, tbe other evening at a party I said to him: 'Let's play tbe old game of temptation. If I say "Tea" or ".No" to your questions, I'll owe you a box of gloves, and If yon say "Yes" or "No" you'll give me a box.' " "Then whatr "Weil,- after the party be took me borne, and all tbe way there be talked as sweetly as could be about love and that men should not live alone, and all that And when we got to the front gate be said, 'Fannie, I have waited for this opportunity a long time will you marry me?" I whispered 'Yes' In a low voice, and" (Here ber sobs ' choked ber voice). "And what did be do thenT Inquired her listener eagerly. "He Just-chuckled and said, You have lost, Fannie; I take No. O's,' then laughed with all his might That's what he did." London Answers. Is made .with scrupulous, con scientious care and old-fashioned attention to cleanliness, purity, goodness and quality. No cocoa at any price can be better or more delicious. Your grocer sells and recommends it. D. GMrardelll Company Saa TVaacUco Positively No Change In Date CIRCUS DAY AT PENDLETON THUR.RD AY, MAY 14TH. AT 2 AND 8 P. M. PERFORMANCES A Tennyson Growl. In Walter Crane's autobiography be gives an interesting picture of Tenny son. It was at a dinner party at the Kev. Stopford Brooke's and the poet was reading to the company bis "Bal lad of tbe Fleef "In bis deep. Impress ive voice in a way which reminded me of bis own description In the 'Morte FJs d Arthur' of how the poet Everard Hall (which may have been himself) "Read, mouthing- out bis hollow o's and a's, ' Deep chested music" When the reading was finished and when the applause and gratitude of tbe small audience bad subsided the laureate growled out, 'Yes, and to think that these wretobed fellows of tbe nineteenth century gave me only $1,500 for it' " Marriage as a Failure. There Is more nonsense talked In the abstract about marriage as a fail ore than is talked about any other branch of tbe conduct of life. If a census on the subject could be taken 1 am sure It would be found that the majority of married people jog along! very comfortably and are much hap pier in tbelr united state than tbey possibly could have been bad they re mained unmarried. Tbe number of di vorces is usually quoted to prove that marriage is a failure, but what, after all, is the number of divorces In pro portion to a population of many mil lions of married people?-Mme. Sarah Grand in London Chronicle. LENGTH R. R. CARS Thoughtful. Mrs. Greene My husband is such a thoughtful man! lie always goes down Into the basement kitchen to smoke. Mrs. Gray And lets the smoke come upstairs into the dining room through the dumb waiter. Mrs. Greene Yes, but thafs because be is absentmlnded, poor man! Tbat has nothing to do with bla thoughtfulness, you know. Boston Transcript 1 Mixed. Earnest Female Professor, I hear j you are a great ornithologist Profess or I am an ornithologist madam. Earnest Female Then could you kind ly ten me the botanical name for a whale ?-Punch. His Protest Tbe milk dealer fined for selling a watered article protested. "Why," he exclaimed indignantly, "If I didn't wa ter tbe milk half of my customers wouldn't get any." Philadelphia Ledger. Tbe attitude of unhapplnesa la not only painful; it is mean and ugly.-James. Daily East Oregonian, by carrier, 15 cents per week. All the news all East Oregonlaa. tbe time la Ue f' . 'n- V . DOUBLE VVC J&jf Mn V-SSJT MtSMr M '- ' N V . I jCZT, -ovei7 L.aies or Faultless Form In Classicl - " "tf7-'wA Vr" " Great RevolT,n8 PdelL I !, 8mSjSyfJ$FS& 11 Arabian Tumblers : Pi-vV,0 Reckless Rough Riders! SHETLAND PONY BALLET vftm rx v . HORSES W. y SV sZT; v i ivfwrxwik? i x k ys i . PEOPLE 350 HORSES V MUSEUM ouble Menagerie Real Roman Hippodrome Scores of Trained Wild Pretty EDNA The Only Lady in Ihs Entire World who throws . SOMERSAULTS on the Naked Back of Swiftly Running Horse. Thundering Roman Chariot Races Ml SEALS & SEA LIONS COMPLETE JAPANESE CIRCUS SENSATIONAL EQUILIBRIS Lady Japanese Artists in America Astonishing Acrobats HIGHEST JUMPING HORSES HERDS f PERFORMING ELEPHANTS CAMELS, LLAMAS AND BOS INDICUS CAKE WALKING TRAINED IMPORTED ARABIAN STALLIONS uiai.u o 3 iiL t 1 Hkii is DAILY Miiny Ilomrscckcrs at llolsc. Reports from trainmen and offi cials at the depot are to the effect that more emigrants are arriving In the city this spring than ever be fore and all seem to be seeking loca tions to engage In business to get lands under some of the Irrigation nroiects now under construction I says the Boise Capital News. H is evident from the number of strangers seen on the streets and from the reports of real estate deal ers that the fame of Idaho climate, soil and opportunities are becoming known to the world and are attract ing attention to the Gem state and particularly to the Boise valley, the greatest prune belt In the world. Many of the strangers Interviewed are greatly surprised at the wonder ful productiveness of the soil, th delightful climate and the advantage here for Investment Kodol completely digests all eta of food. It will get right at the troo-, ble and do the very work Itself for the stomach. It is pleasant to take. Sold by Tallman ft Cw .