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About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (Sept. 16, 1901)
The fall styles for 1901.
One Price Clothier, Pumishert i!. Hatters, Pendleton.
MONDAY. SKI'TKMBKK 1H, 1H01.
tioei. Three yearn an" MS ,9M. 17
BMM of Hahilitif over reaonrre" was
immense for an small a number of pen.
pie. Proportionally, I'matUm conn,
ty's mnm of liability would he !)2,
Jtnlire Sparrow ileservea pmiae by
avery newspaper in Oregon. Kvery
tax paver and laboriiitf man who con-
tributes toward maintnani ov
eminent id know of hi tint re
cord. It placet .Indite Sparrow in an
unique poeltlcrj auioni; county oilicials,
and stumps bin a- approximating tin
perfect holder of a pnldir truat perfert
ly iliacliargniK it. Let bll lame spread
to the corners 01 the eommonwealth,
and let hii" example he followed hy all
who occupy similar ponitiotm.
TIIK UOVKRNOHSHH' HUBSTION.
I)alle Time. Mountaineer .Indue
Stephen A. Lowe 1 1 of Pendleton aspire
to he governor of Oregon and Inn aspir
ation are ciiiniueiiilahie.for to he chief
executive of the ureal state of i iregon
i an honor which any cititau id justi
tied in claiming; and Indue Lowell
has the mauhoiHl to come out hnlilly
and atMive hoard and diSSloeS the prin
ciples on which he stand", so that peo
ple MM know what to expect nl him
iii.ru . tie he favored .vi th nomination
Tlieac are ail K'mmI principles, such
a should commend Mm who nive
them utterance to the people who want
Kim si and economic. u"verument. Hut
wil! .Indue Lowell stand hy them in
tin fact of party opposition'.' lie seeks
the nomination at tin- Ii.uk! of the re
' publican state convention j ami should
tii. i' convention in the formation of a
platlorm refuse to etniin.ly tlie princi-
plea enunciated o .indue l.oweli, ami
still offer him the ninato.n, will he
accept or will he decline'.' He has out
line) the platlorm on which lie would
seek to administer n,, st.it.' If the
I party refuses to adapt his platform ami
till offer biM tlie i). on mat Kin he can
not he consistent to at pt, neither
would he he worthy tlie cotithlelice of
, the people if he dnl Hut should he
hold out (or the pruiciiilcr lie advocate
and refuses tin- nomination unless they
are einlMslieil in toe pl.ltl inn. his as
piration- in) he cinsiden d most com
mendaole. and should reeOMBSead him
as an independent cm i n t 1 1 - even if
discarded hy Ins party.
tiovernor iteur when reipiesteil to ex
pros his view- roncerninu the .an.li
uacy of Judge Lowell fur uoveruor,
is honorable ! notiunu t" ai i.v siiouni lie
. . . lie I- not tired of tin- i lb himself, and
for him to aspire to represent DM mi I natural I thinks I r li tha
Iowa in place of distinction. Ainoi- most Mitabli MM Ifl kbi Itate to til
tion to do an ta laudabla. Whan man in the governor'! obair,
mi. Kastern Oregon ahouol have the am
such aa ttioee now mentioned in tins
NO Pfll.ll II S .MIST MOW.
Two of tin JKast Oregnnian's exchan
gas already have contained bitter par
tiaan reference to matters connecte.:
with or alleged -to be connected with
the shooting of the president. gGentle
men of the prees in Oregon,' for the
sake of the tender sorrow over the
deatn of William McKinley, (or tin
sake of the people plunged into pro
found grief, for .the sake of common
humanity, tor the sake -of our fellow
citixenship, for the "Jsakeof alljtbat is
dear to the American heart, aacred to
the country mourning for its dead, re
verential tor the kind, Christian man
who atood (or such ideal jwrsonal
character, let us for thenonce eschew
bitterneaa. Let us forget tiiat we eVSf
had differences, ami come-closer to
gether in sympathy, not go farther
apart in untimely bickerings.
If there be one thing lor winch Wil
liam McKinley stood, ami for which
all but the one lonesome, iaolat ed
school of anarchists had deep respect,
it was his One sense of courtesy I POM
his grave he criaa for the exemplifica
tion of the principles for which he
lived, who, even when wounded unto
death, could ask forgiveness for
This is not time for contumely it
is time for fellowship ami kindred
LIT THE CONTEST BE DIGNIFIED.
Two American gentlemen o( peraonal
dignity and high character will con
teat for the supremacy at the primar
ies next spring in Umatilla county,
looking towards the republican nomi
nation for governor of Oregon.
Politics in theae days, "pity 'tis 'tia
true," haa degenerated to a plane such
that men.too ofteojlook askance at the
operations of those who go before tin
people in.the capacity of office seek.
i iHi,M mmmIt t tiir is the prerogative ot
the American citiaen. It
V noAkve J)
sagw aa vsr- w m v T BB
HAIR LIKE THIS
within ii WW month-.
.the il.uttlruff ncrnis
1) kills the dandruff genu?
r that cause tailing ball
W atuirm.illvbiildm.-ss. Ni
If i lite r preparation hit
ttu-r preparation lm
i? lierpicide kills tlu-dillH
i .iit-i', you remove the effect.
Herpkrlde is a deligfatftll hair
di --ln for tegular toilet Use.
Lmxfsrrov, Most.. r.t. to.
t i, o.' ii.'. 1 uu.-li.tli I- M. i ll-rin.
Mi UMaOiO H.Li. win.
1 or Sal at all ririt.CI.js Druj- Sto.o.
BEST FOR THE
ci. ir an, . Iran l ! la.
connection conn- lorwurd to oner uo-k
bright talent ami conspicuous abili
ties lor the public weal, the public is
to be congratulated. Would that MOM
men of like uprightness dnl the EMM.
In thia contest an opportunitv wi!
present itealf for the exemplification
of the ideal phaaaa of our political aya
tern, it wi 11 be poasible to mak
tight one id which courtesy Mad fOOfd
will shall stand forth aa the most no
ticeable features. Let the llrOMjIe
wax never an warm. Let the aspirants
contend never so hotly. It is uuneeaa
aary to inject into it augbt but what
the author will proudly own a the
work of hia hands, the conception of
May this be the status of this pri
mary election that might decide who
will be governor of Oregon. May its
history be such as could be written
publicly in ita slightest particular.
blasoned abroad throughout the MO
told to the young voter aa that winch
he may emulate in his coming politi
This the youug voter haa right to h
mand. He should insist that he w it
near a tight baaed upon the correct idea
of our suffrage system of odicial aelec
tion. And the man who diaappoinlr
bim in tin.- matter should recciv.
"bard bumps" when that youug voter
haa his turn at tbe'polls.
AN IPPICIENlTcOUNTV n nor.
James A. Hparrow haa served as
county judge of Harney county, Ore
gon, since June 7, 18U8, or about tin,
years. When he took the oath of olio
Harney county bad $48,U6h.87 of lia
bilities in MMMi of resources, aa shown
by a printed statement issued ami
sworn to by the members of that coun
ty court. Then, on June fjfj, 1U01,
Harney uouuty had an exces- of re
sources over liabilities of l8.rU7.UH.
In other words, during three years of
incumbency, County Judge Sparrow,
who by the way is a republican, hail
guided the affairs of Harney aMMtl
sucoaasfully that no iudeiit, do, ex
istad and the county would have
mouey in the bank after all debts
Huch a record is its own most elo
juent eulogy. D speaks of faithful at
tention to the affairs of the office to
which Judge Hparrow was choaeu . It j
t oat i ties of vigilance for the intereate
of the taxpayers. It proves com pet en
cy to meet the arduous demands made ,
upon a county judge.
Harney county haa only 2bim popula
Is III the asceiidencv in the State It ,
rests with It to m.lke the selection, hut I
it is certainly to he hoHid that the -e-lection
will not btll on V, J. Kuril is!,!
of PdUton the man with the chame-
leon like polltMBl pruiciph.
Shaniko Leader: Judge Lowell of
I'endletou has puhlicly MOOOJMMl him
self aa a repunlican candidate lor gov- ,
EffMM We thought ever since We li rat j
saw his circular letter he waa a candi
date, although in it he said he waa
not, but just seeing how the people 1
atoisl on tlie i uesl ion.
ar Eav7 1 ' mM w ,
EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY
KEEP YOUR BL000 GLEAN
Stephen A. Lowell,
judicial district, naa
si ni the columns ot
ex-judge of thia
Dually .iniioon ed in
the Pendleton Kait flregoniaii, that he
ia a candidate (or the iiomiuation on
! the republican ticket for the odtas) Ol
governor of tlie state.
It is yet six mouths before the pri
mary elections ami there is at least
one other avowed candidate in this
county, and others weat of tin Cas
cades, with fiov. 'ieer seeking re-noin-
Awful Itching of Ecema
Dreadful Scaling of
CURED BY CUTICURA
OjW 1 M Hsj.ii-, u clean) the skin of
oratta aad saaiat, Otmottaa Oiataaeul ni
lia ilciUag, and sooth.- ajid baa), and
COTii i in HasoLvaxT, to cool and cl auas
in. blumt, make the mosi couiil.l. .on I
Beady ears treatment lor (orturing, dis
lixuring liiiinors, raheo, and irriutiou,
Ma oi hair, whn h bawoasad lha skill
of the besi physiciaaa and all othei ri sj
lies, a aiugfo set being often aumcieul to
cure tin Uiudt oiutuiate case.
Or. kuii iv (us m, si. lit . Haaultiai '. said
irrysUx f oit, p is, ( o.ir.hi.p. Bmus.
RED ROUGH HAND!
l-it.r! ill ..
ination. Ho there promises to he u
lively acrp on hand when the pri
maries are held. Judge Lowell, ih
announcing his candidacy, also gives
out the platform on which he stands
lor the nomination.
The Sainton Paystreak, whose edi
tor has protiahlv worn Ml hi iants
and easy chair, at the same time gives
vent in the following wail: " I hen
are no two ways at. out it, there are
far too many papers in BftlltB OolOM
hia and unless some of them get push
ed off the earth, or their editors fol
low the example of Klijafi, and leave
In the air hue, the press nl thia pro-
will ileuenerate until it becomes
us and I less ntul servile as the party rid
den, corporation poisoned journ distn
oi the east, where the editors pav their
printers in turnips, sorapimn. church
social tickets, or anv old thing the do.
llBOjMMI subscriber happens to have in
Ins possession when the editor over
tikes him. "
Colonel Pat !onan has taten hack in
I'enver and has BOM) talking to the
I lenverites in his own peculiarly
pointed way about Colorado and Ore
gon. Me says among other tilings'
"Your mines have dwarfed all the
gl ittering romances from the Arabian
Nights to romnion place everyday reali
ties, it' o made the (aided riches of
Midas and Croesus look like lb Iff)
cents. Your mountain and canyon
MMMi are unsurpassed on earth in
anv region so easilv accessible. I am
told voti had from 50,000 to 100.000
delighted tourists In Colorado this
summer and vou should have from
odo.noo to 1 ,000,000 every year. Hut
while your climate here in' Colorado
sometimes slips a oj, ours in Oregon
never does. Last winter, while lilin
sards were whistling Ho miles an hour
from Colorado to New Kuglaud and
whisky freezing in the glasses from
Dakota to (tenrgia, in Portland, Or,
lawn mowers were running, ami all
the early spring vegetables, fruits
and berries were in market everv dav.
.And while this summer the thermo
meters even here in your thrice hies,
eil metropolis ol Colorado have ranged
troin 00 to 110 degrees of climatic
hid lishness, the mean temperature of
Portland tor years has been .V de
crees. " M.
What $ S. & Does
Children arc eonst.mtlv exposed to nil ports of dis
MM. Thr air thrv breathe is filled with perm's, sower
gut and 1nst front the filthy streets are inhaled into the
lungs and taken into the blood. At the crowded school
rooms and other public places they come ifl colli
almost daily with others rreoverinp from or in the fn'.
Stages of contagious diseases. You can't quarantine
against the balance of the world, and the best you ran
do is to keep their blood in good condition, nnd thus
prevent or at hast mitigate the disease. You have
perhaps learned from observation or experience that
healthy, robust children (and this means, of course,
children whose blood is pure) are not nearly so liable to
contract dfJMBMI peculiar to them, and when they 00 it
is gem rally in a mild form. On the other hand, weak,
emaciated and sicklv ones seem to catch every disease
that comes along. This is because their bhod is lack
ing; in all the elements necessary to sustain and build
p the body, Poisons of every description accumulate
in tin v tern, because the polluted and sluggish blood
is unable to perform its proper functions.
Such children need a blood purifier and tonic to give
strength and vitality to their blood, andS. B. S.. being a
purelv Vagi table remedy, makes it the safest and hi it lor
thcdiln otoi .institutions of children. S.S. S. is not only
a perfect blood medicine, but is pre-eminently the tonic
for children ; it increases their appetites ana! strengthens
the digestion and assimilation of food. If your child
ren have nnv hereditary or BcqttifBd taint in their blood,
give tlu tii S. S. S. and writs to oar physicians for arty
information or ad rice wanted : this will cost you Both
ittg, and will start the little Wt iklings on tlie road to
noemty. Bosk OH Blood and SUin Diseases frc'
TfiE swim CIFIC CO., ATLANTA, OA.
In Selecting a Carpet
Vim will find the largest assort
ment h select from at I ailing'
-t"re. New goods here in all the
latBel patterns, the greatest vari
ety nnd the best value for the
nionev. Yon can tintl just what
vou want fieri- and just w hat vou
need. The best MtpSf values
ever offered iii Oregon Wall pa
per I has pST than ever. The wt B
aerial improved rotary White
sewing Machine, buy no other
until you try it.
Undur N.:w ilanag'-Tiint
HESsBLijBVaX MWHaV 4ftlBsssB
laaaEM B l! jjfl flVlJB
Give U Trial.
Rates $2.00 a day
Special Rates by
Drees ot montc
Bar And Kllllard (tojms tleadquArters for Tr&vellng Met
The Best Note In Eastern Oregon.
Van Dran Bros.. Props Successors to J F: Yloore
Don't Forget the Fifth Annual
AT WALLA WALLA
SEPT. 23 to 29.
LARGLK. BETTER, MORE AT TRACTIVE
than over before A world of fun in a week
Tftke a weuk 'i rorft from bufiMM OMttl, bring your
wiiV and ohirdrea ami tnjov the fun.
Wlglatr'l cttlebrated laml t'ruin Seattle will turn ill
the music all week.
Liberal Premiums paid for
FRUITS, GRAINS, GRASSES.
park a.m. WABBjrjroTOSJ BfMMTI
A. f. AMMMMgi LI.. B.. MBsJsB
A prncttc.it. pwgUSSlM hool. IIMHplMSBi
fnr BMNagM work.wW" InMdftas -f I'siasMi
In position. ... bookkatn an.l atrnoaraphf.
Atrra.lv pnett f I "K' ""rrvrr
kn.mii'. it BWaMljl BWrl brttrr and lttrr
Or"-" ill thr raat BMSeBB) admlttr.! nny time.
Prlralr or clnw ISSWBBSM, Uf n'"1
how m MMB, tBd hnt II coata. BaMMfM fr
Hoard of nirwtora
n. i' TttoUPBOW PR i BJtDBJHT
n. son- coaw - - "AV M i'i'N"-
Portland Worth, nl, I "l.rt
SpSOlal m,i:i, -oi'L
K "i s
li 1 1 a. in,
i mo, ii,
"'t Laic, Ishtm Bi
""rih, (im.ha. k
' " " full, Chi
MBS ami tMt
m p.,,,1 iii. . 1
Fa.t Mall , BposlSlBN
man. MUUvtaMM at' ,
s.i.'i a. ra.
... 'i.'i!b s
'am, tmiuth, BJJfa?
. , . "" UK" Aflq Kw(.
A prlvata s"'
for boar itnit and ila
puptii Prapsrta wj
sdmtssfon to aru
i lenttne soBop! '
collcax aril OT Btaa-rn-aaltrp
Inatmefloti ..c ordiiir
to tha bwt m' tti'i' '
M nun' tralriliti. TBj
iDtrlnc tr Von
ttnd i 'HI'-' Bn'irat'
shall Btfei , ..1;
. .. ..'l.1ii11IK Hi'Si'
saUl U an.'. iimpii 7 , , '
uf i.-tt morv. ate. a.l.,r. aa.
J W. HILL. M- D-
V. f)rT I
I rrfl n
llisliiip Scott Academy.
Pi IRTLAND, ORBOON.
A II. nut' School for iioys.
MIIIMry and Manual trainlne.
Ptll term opens Sept. 12, lyoi-
with a faculty ol MSltN .-onipatoiit tai'har
who iiii.luntan.l ly 'tint utk" an uiioruat hoth
in Iks work mid In ill.')' play ot pupils.
The aim ol tha principal ami lua.'hsra ta to
,1'ivulop ,'itarai'tar as w..i as in pr'parv boys
lor cnlli'Ko ,111 1 tin. prolrssion.il ami tniiltioaa
avoeatloM of iifu.
The null, luur" arc nrinc tlioroiiKlily ratio
vm.'il mi tin most app'ovi'd mo loru uiatho.ta
ami art- liulid"! by lentrlflty.
I'hf youiiS'ir boys reouirv i-arufui attuut'ou
(Mm a compottMii matron
For Illustrate! catalonin- wrilv to
AKnit.'k l N KM' I LL.
Ocean and River Schedule
rum pomtun i)
- n p. m
- null v
- p. ni.
ll' p. in.
All nailing ilatan t.ibjtc
For 8an KranelMo u. -
Columbia r. ,nr
To Aatorla an.l
OMESa City, Newbtnj. m,
and May Undlnsi
1 a. m. Corvalll. nj Way ia,..
Tusa Thrsi Undlnn
ami sal. ' ""
Wlllamstie and yam-
? , t(t kill
lii.'s. Ilirs ireiion ciiv ii.... u'a.
Oregon City. lTu,B n0oP.i
It I par la
M a m
V )ri.ANI). OBB.
A Home and l)u school lorQirll
-"iiiu 1 mil,
MI SI''. Akf asi BXOOUTIOM
Bleaaar Tebhetta. Pk, n.,
ki ., ffcr t.. sirl . nn.4.1 an,; t.i.iroiiLrb
iimuii.ui. ...in -on iti, tliu.hntaaMl a kSasM
lul s.i' I rtdiHxl Iiuom). It oseuptaa a larga aad at-tras-tivc
ii.tl! iiiu in tn. tivimti ,.l tin iv prk.
Tin anitan cnii'lltnui ,if tin- , r, i 1 1 -- h.s nunu
madi- & utttur .it apetui atuntiuii Tin lietl.
.Ii.iiiiu.ru. ii Mitt rtfciution ro.nn. in- Urg' tinl
lli,ir..iunl' tclltlUU.I 111,1 the ...listriK'tnni ol tile
hulldlng is aueh tliat ovr nsm. opaii t., the sun
I'll. ,'r-'l' :r, ilk- o t.ist'i, topfo.l.le all the
naaaasary appoitituienu ot , II . ,uipK.l actiool,
111.1 u. liimiiJi uver llllt lor traimiui pupil- in
tin ni'Mt ippr.o,. iiiutlnstk Tin aim of tie- scIi.m,I
isr..i. t!i.,miigi, awl wii uaiersi laasrasNsas la
irl. .11.1 s . ,,ui 11. rtttnu lii- iik tor k..l., kj.
lien that .Inirwl, SSd b' anl 111 BM Uavvlopuwnt
ot trii. itnt wi.tiLiiil) ki.4rActer
Tlie Fall trui open, aeptemisif I.,. MM. A las'.
utt ,.' tweutvvumpuUnt u-a.-n. r. . :..r sinlii
1 1 . , 11 tiul 1 . h . . ...r, ami 111
I" " I ' - ' ' , '-III the M'lSI' !
PSttUMitt aloiiv. (pevUluu iu Art aiHl orator), aud
"' . ,.,i, I - uisl' lor !: Tn..-tK . .,11. s ktllLktile
t""1" iri-i ... 1 11.. I.iu.vclillg
ai. 1 norwistcs rulinii. A i m.iasiuiii. SUallW hMt H
for ilhulraU-d aataliaua apply to
ki.kvmhi 1. 1 r.itiiKris, priu.
r. K AAMHLKY. Agtut. PtsdlMN
far C&laMjn, It Paul, st. 0mtm
it- 'ity, Ht. J.a., ( iiimlm, ami
All Points Last and South
fori land and point
on the Sound
riJIK CAKI). StlM'KMBKK 1,
" .' himiiiii Luave Hlla Wsllaii am rtt
n pin ; apokaun . -' pm; Arrlre Ik
I i ' nin : Seattle I am .
Kaal It niu'l Leave Seat lie l:issai:1ai
ill' pm ; Arrive v kuh e. aim
' .1 am . -ip.ik.iiie 1 . 1 1 1 am.
rnr iiiioriualinii reganliug raw. aad ktas
in. niatlous. call nil or nplraaa
D . - ' i I I I 'I II r. At.
Willi Mkiu, Wiiti.
White Collar Line
Tias i.'AKii '
Dally roul ir.u
lA-ave Portland "AH
, l.e..ve Astoria
The Dalles-Portland kouu
Str. " Bailey uatzert
i Dally njl ir.M
Oregon Lumber Yard Ponuments.
Thv ftina tviposttion
bU niaaaV Ih Qmm
Mlal Av-teinj ll
SJaM m. uai wars
aiao k-,,rJ,l at
Nsv Orknan. I1MV1
sou VSorl.u tan
Moid by JOHN n ilMIl' I
The Louvre Saloon
for barns mikI iIn alii tut
Chuapar than tin.
Lime aiul Cement.
Krick aud nuud,
Screen limiinAi Window-.,
Sash aud l)iors,
Terra Cotta Pioc.
Borie & Light, Prop's
Aha St., opp. Court Hout
Farmers Custom Mill
frad Walters. Hrvprtetor.
He iln our own w.irk ami giuran
te tlie aaiiit- at lowest Bffiee.
Katimatas nivun ou all kintla of
cut -i in. Full Meek on littinl
It will pay you to see our work
anil gat pricea before placing
Main St.. pjear U. K. X. depot, Pendleton
I lie Peodletofl Academy
Tin ,'luMtit'ul i-iiUDM' irt-uit-s fill ell-
(ran. . i.i FiesllllMII n, uvelti -ol-
U'lf.Mi- u,- friiiielon uiiil -.laiiford.
i be UutltuUoo hiv. been placed upon
tbe AcONdlMd Isint by Hit-Slut, lloartl
at KdiMatlon, so tiMt Bns4uataH ad-
lllitled to slule cert IliivaiM
A biiMitwta B0UMS e.uai u, t- lieat
UllslllaSS i-olleKe in oltfi. il
Fall Mm begiin. fSeptoinlier lull.
MX. F 1.. KOUHK.S. M. Fli.,
leiitlleion, (iregtin. I'riucipal.
. . . THE
Oregon Mortgage Co.,
t lowest currsui rsies
CI I AS I Li. FATTULLO, Agt.
Walla Walla, Wash.
Vaucobv.r, .-si Look, a
Uprises, MixmI Kirar. 'inu- daiiaoa
Atrivt. Tht! Iiallaa
laMffv tag liallea
. IImIIms In I'tirtlali'l
r AKI. : 1 lAi,M ... k..-,iM,,,i ratum LJt
M. ',., KM ary baat
riuuday tripa a luailiug iMluni. Tan s
tia tin- grali, leal SSSBlC allrai'liuoi 00 tarU
Tiokala lor i.oili iMta. bua ou aalaat Tat too
and lluod kikor
Lau.luig -Fool ol Aldar almst
HutU I'houaa Malu .ill Fortlasd. Dot-
A. J TAYLoK, Aft.. Aatorla, lira
JOHN M KU.l. olN. Agi., Toa Dallaa.uri
WtJLKultli .i. VERS guu, Wklta BUsa-l-KAl
'tEll a BAKNK4. Agu., Hoo.1 kittruii.
J C. H'VATt", Aat., VaU'-ouvor. uH
K w i:kii:H KN. Agt.. I'..rtlan.l. or.
Frederick Noll, Aft., Pendleton, on.
First Ever in Pendleton
IMFOltTKI) ENOLIMH IHJio""
. s.iirr i
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