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About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (April 9, 1902)
T TIMELY ANNIVERSARIES.
-Francis Lord Bacon. recrsanlservet
fe- .Thllosophr. died; born 1SSL
1TW George in. ratified the first treaty
rS1tb the United. States after lU-lBde-
MM Jacques Keeker, famou Frendta
Sf"financler and father of II tne. de Staet,
filled; born ITS.
MS "W. Jennings Demorest. founder of
lremorest"B Magazine and a national
-temperance leader, died; born 1GX
3MB Daniel TV. Voorhees. noted politician
Sj?and former senator from Indiana, died
Xykin 'Waahlngton: born 1SST.
IMS-Stephen J. Field, associate Justice or
tgSfthe United Stat&s '-supreme court, on
"Sthe retired list, .died in Washington;
Jborn 1SXT. '
SSMjTOSm , tWrisi docs much, bat he Is always,
1 Nevertheless, .the voter yonm ahead of his generation. There is ai
9.1982..?4wefl 4ot tofdrget thatthere are i ways a pleasant and practical Issue.
questions other than the uprising So I tain aeH(S,ana
3 . some new party, ought ciearij nuu
&wn-falllng or any one or more mra.j unequlvocalir to advocate free trade.!
and that vigilance on the part of thejand jet it be understood that absolute!
I - A nnnn fl C 1
citizen Is the price of efficiency on
the part oi the punnc omciai.
Enthusiasm for men shoultid nor
cause tbe, partisans to neglect the In:
terests of the commonweaitn. anoa
there should be a strict msisiance,
fhot -irVinovpr nrmnr the chair of the'
governor dr; secretary of state orJ
treasurer of Oregon must enter upon
the iHapharcfi' Df his duties with an
single's to the good of all the pfl
pie. ' v
FOR THE MUNICIPALITY.
SOCIALISM OR WHAT?
: " ' n T! 5 Wnnil rif Portland, while.
j bright futuresawaits'the town ofin chicag6.iwT0te for The Public
Fesdleton. Situation, resources, en- Louis F. Pbstsuaper, the following:;
ierprise and climate, all will contri
bute towards a development that will
mate it the most desirable place of
All men, will probably agree that
the world has not arrived at the state
of perfection .anywhere; that there
will be cohtihHoas change, and. judg'
wridence in thfe Inland Empire. Al- j jDg from the past, slow but continuous,!
ready, it is recognized as not second I progress; that organizations ana ag
OW other between Portland and f egatlons of mankind are intended
-A, , , for the welfare and happiness of all
Efrofcane on the-branch line, and Port- lf possible certainly for the welfare
. , n . . . . . , i . . . .... . , . .
MlBQ ana sail lase on tne mam jine. t Df the great muitltuae, - ana not lor
BScpectations based upon large esti
mates of population and strength,
commercially, will be realized.
TeL there are very many things to
be' done to work out that future.
the few. It -is probable that most
man tnAav Trill ft 1 Cl n (TAO that thf
organization known as the United j
States Italian -with a 'much more level !
equality among its citizens than now! Chicago. Siar. IS, 1902,
exists, and that there has been a sep-l
aration oi a tew irom tne masses, i
rrnn tr-wlo la mpant lust 8S SOOn BS
it is .feasible. 1 do not mean a tariff
for revenue with incidental proteo;
tion; and I do not mean a
tariff for revenue only, which Is an
onrn door for protection; but I mean J
the abolishment of all tariff, leaving j
the trade of this country with the'
rest of the world absolutely free. ;
This -will set all industry upon an ;
open and natural competition. Itj
will also necessarily compel the rais- !
intr of revenue from other sources; j
and I think the seed is already plant-1
ed which will eventually flower in the I
taxation of raw land at its proper!
rental value, or something to this ef-'
feet If that be so, many of the bene
fits which you yourself are striving;
for will be "reaehed. because no man ;
can then hold land of use for specula-:
tion only: to make his land holdings
profitable, he must put them to profit
A necessary incident will be to
change in our written constitutions,
federal and state, but certainly they
cannot be expected to remain any
more fixed in the future than they
have in the past Have you read
Herbert Spencer's "Plea for Lib
erty"? Tours very truly,
C. E. S. WOOD.
A fire destroyed half of the busi-
and that this separation is becoming j ness district of Chestertown. Ind., on ;
more rapid and more marked, l tmnK ia c"c lu
there will be no dispute that this dis-jMO. Among the buildings destroyed
tinction rests fundamentally upon was the big hotel and postoffice.
money or wealth, and we have reach- j
ed a consideration where we have
MRS. IDA L. ROSER
There are material interests to be at
tended to, and there are questions of
social up-lifting to be solved. There
are needs lor higher moral standards
to be supplied.
, - an aristocracv baSed upon wealth, or.,
mulation of money absorbs the atten-j u ,g the ,ashion to term it a piu.
tion of the majority. It is always so'toeracv. ilv oninion is that most
In a new countrv, and no one who de-1 men who are attacking this as an GraildOuece Of Ex-President
sires better things along other lines ievil are not d?in became of envy,, james . p0lt, TOteS to t
need be impatient because the Ttei$& W 3ta. PillHiamSayillS :
zensbip pays more heed to business J ever seen has been degeneration Into " Dear 51ns. Ptskiiaii : Thavebeen '
than to those subjects involving Ideal j an oligarchy, and that these bligar-, manied lor nearly two years, and so
development, moral, educational, ! rested upon money or property; far have not been blessed" -trith a child, i
asthetic. These will come in toelAZJ?I?-Xadce- 1,ra"' hoell,s7 '
They know from the study of his-'
tory that power has always rested
! where the wealth of property rested:
! and this is true whether it be landed
Ranrain Sale oi Clothing
Men's Suits, Strictly All Wool
mfc ispiUr Price T.50 for taUnceof
Men's Suits of Mixed Cassimere
Good Stfles, our price 9.90, sold in other stores for
112.00. For the balance of the month as & spwial .
About 100 Boys' Odd Suits
Some Two Piece Knee Paula Suits, Some Three
Piece iKmg Pants Suits at a big reduction, all the
way from 20 per cent discount to half off. It will
cost you nothing to come and examlue them.
- THE -
time, and have their beginnings In
many things now going forward.
liet the people who look to the
higher considerations cease not their
endeavors. Let them attack the prob
lems tvitb a vigor born of a determin
ation to compel success, liet them
manifest persistency. Let them uti
lize rational means. But let them
not forget that upon them rests the
responsibility for carrying on the
work that makes lor lofty attainments.
-A. decade hence Pendleton will
boast thousands added to the number
at present constituting its population.
Its tbuslness houses will be greatly
more numerous. Its accumulated
ful menstruation, until very recently.
property under the feudal system of
England, or personal property as in
the case of the senators of Borne and
senators of the United States. It fol
lows therefore that these men who
believe this from their studies or by
their blind instincts, believe also thatj
if they would save the liberties of the I
people, they must in some way pro-
cure a more equal distribution of,
wealth and must prevent its concen
tration into the hand 6 of a few. I say
again that I believe the motive of the
radicals of today are not envy or hat
red of the rich, but is the fear for
the safety of the republic and for hu-
JUSTTHINK OF IT
ri- t..-Y.- t V.n 1- 1 TT 4111
are using our h&rneu and (addle amd the
oeher fourth has jtut commenced to cm them.
All this goes to show that onn are all FIRST
i CLASS and PRICES RIGHT. We carry a com
, plete itock of Collar), Bpnrs, Bnuhes, Whips,
Tenu, Wagon corert, CanTai, all tlndi.
Leading Harness and Saddlery.
SEES. IDA. 1 It OS EE.
... ... , . ;man noerty. i ne aanger we are in" iin, nt T.-rrlln. V Tlnlr
weaUh wU, have been augmented. and the evil which is upon us. both to ietMeJS !
called to my attention by an intimate
friend, -whose life had simply been a '
pernaps by millions. If vlcilance
mark the attitude of the better ele
ments, then will the progress along
other and more Important lines have
kept pace with that of its commer
cial growth. It is an incentive to
bring forth the best efforts of those
who regard mental and moral con-
the historical student and to the un
learned, are so apparent that many
"isms" are arising; but each believeB
his remedy the true one.
The one united party is the repub
lican, which is the party of that con
centrated wealth and power, which
necessarily will always be united
torture with inflammation and ulcer
ation, and a few bottles of vour Com- ,
pomia curea ner; sne can nanny
FOR THE COMMONWEALTH.
Every citizen of admirable charac
ter at this time Is Interested in the
Btate campaign. He desires either
one or the other of the two candi
dates for governor shall win, and has j
ilieve it herself to-dav. she eniovs
such blessed health. I took iour
bottles of your Compound and consider
myself cured. 1 am once more in fine
health and spirits; my domestic and
official duties all seem easy now, lor I
feel so strontr I can do three times
.believed among : what I used to do. You have a host of '
these different inends in Denver, and among the best 1
When you drink
Guaranteed not to
cause headache or
Ask for it.
Schultz Brewing Ce
Btripratlnna nc . .v ' -" ijueauun oi me protection OI
iterations as paramount to the mereithese property interests. I think it
ft? j IJlCWfcjl &GUC14UI
tne adherents nf
'"isms" that the cause of this concen- count, Yours very gratefully, Mes. ', YOU fifet
irauon oi weaitn ana power in tne; -imit -u jiu ate, jjtuver,
hands of a few is that the few are ; "tsooo forfeit if aiw tesHaeniai it oat
reaping the labors of the many, not, ''if-ou are 11L don't hesitate to
W. J. CLARKE & COMY
as a direct tax, as might have been
imposed by Louis XV. of France, but
tret a bottle of IjydiaE. Pinkhani's
epetaule Compound at once,
indirectly through certain channels. . rS
For eramnlft: Prnttlnn tthl,l, c . "uu lu iurs. x-uiKiiam,
I x . . , . . . LJ I1I1. 1111
his phninn imnn. i. .u , . " w a paj ment to tne protectea man- ,iT
nis choice among the others that are ufncttirpr nf hni cUMr it W free.
to make up -the tickets. Thus far.ipockets of the masses of the people
there has been mostly discussion aswno are consumers of the manufac-,
to the probability of success for Mr- J.Ured art,c,efi: subsidies, as to the;
Fumlrii i . , . beet sugar subsidy and the proposed
Fuxnleh or Mr. Chamberlain, and it ship subsidy, which are direct pay-!
nas Dccn demonstrated that the con-lments ont of the people's treasury,
test Is going to be decided more ac-1 t0 aasldized beneficiary,
cording to the popularity of the men
rather than on account of thP Issimn ! Second franchises, such as the mo-1
involved It Is Mt,r,nZ i nopo,y of the strBttl for railway and
i-lT . d,8Unctlvely a cam-; other purposes, a monopoly of the!
paign lor men. In so far as the popu-! highways and the right of eminent
lar feeling is concerned, with Issues domaln for railway purposes, etc
"relegated to the background ,And third' tho Drivate ownership of
There Is RnmprW J . ' ,and ,s dcemed a privilege on the'
Mc I, J , EomeTFhat of danser In, theory that the earth itself is limited.!
mis iund of a contest. There are land its concentrated wealth dejos-i
matters that need attention, matters ,t6, 6Uch 38 coal and Iron, 'still morej
of vast import to the peoule of thf ,,m,ted' and u ls not thought right I -tate.
Ibere are .custoL n :?.. houldJ.3ld,
f.yy IIUUu .uyiuo oia iauu.ii nnnAr t t a -nH
Jjjmn, 3Xag& for special advice
To Sleep Wei!
get your stomach and liver
acting right. The easiest,
quickest and safest way to
do it is to use
SoM ETtrrktrt. In bote 10c and 2Ss.
What you buy
BIO Stock of
SAND & BRICK.
Trucking & Transferring.
Scientists claim that there are
pnefitt oft .from those y;ho would be? ten pounds of glue in the human
1 hat's the reason that .
glad to use it, while he himself "nu& i hnrfv
it to no use whatever. This becomes !
-uces current .at ,,Salem hatmust
;cease. There Is looseness in method,
carelessness with imbHr inOM..
tendencies towards usin the mhin' mr apparent ,n c,ty Property. The Evervbftdv U Zturlr
err nf i , machln-owner by paper title takes to him- - VCI DQy lS l"CK
V novanccment of self the benefit arising from improve
rprivate nm mh i r, .
uumo uuu increuseu values given try
the whole mass of citizens. It is
also apparent when it secures prac
tically entire control of any material
or limited amount, as say, anthracite
coal or petroleum. i
It is fortunate, however, that two
good men are to make the race for
the office of chief executive. The
election of either will make an excel
lent administration. Bo that, al
ithosgh la this particular campaign
rjnea and not issues appear to be In'
I have probablr bored you with
these views, but I have Intended It
In the sense of a compliment, because
oh Our Cigars
Most delicious Smokes made
are in our stock.
THE SMOKERS' FRIEND
tnwkt Pride of Umatilla Clgam.
W ky aOM aOHlODT
The Louvre 5aloon
?BtBOH . .
- BUY YOUR
Oregon Lumber Yard
Alta St., opp. Court House.
PRICES AS LOW AS THE LOWEST
For All Kinds of Bulldleg Material
, , and Sand
And Don't Forget Our Wood Outter
r-or Barns and Dwellers
Not on Pasco,
I still have Farms for Sale
THE REAL ESTtb u
Tinv rrtnir P'
wa&Aau line i.J .
uiaiAiBH la. vriiML
acii ari . -
IF YOU NEED . ,
et oca prloeatl
ioeiQ i cscaipc uur auiux van m
m . i .Li. -ti a .
out tu iiiDtviBM wuk iuiu uma m
new bring it to
Water St near Main
i wiiii in u n i m in 1 1 , i ii k rv
bualneu without clerki M
vertnr." John Wanu
Another atatement li:
paper adTerUslne la the I
nltfol cosanared to cria
HUT DUflT n.nrTi.iiir IS .
sold at low rates. r
FoarlnchAd m tkDair
East OresoBian. OocWot
H I maC . . . . X
Four Inch Ad in the Waty
1 Time, and Scmi-Wctkli
Or a Four Inch Ad in Mj
Daily and Weekly aad'
U211V. 1 lflBe lU TYCean -
and 1 Tim in Semi-Wed-"
ly, Only ....
For a longer time or tor
apace the rates ex in tie
rate, but haying choice
.1 - i.v. .hmfl IK
uuu ui palmer, wh-m u -stmt
without extra charge, mm
o&ce a week. ... .
Dointr htulnpaa with ont
tialng la like winking "."r!
In h aplr Ton BW m
what you ara doing, but t
h uit ftrscrnnian s 1
Is Bam )
ob warns to rax
Gray's Harbor (f
StXXISSOKS TO -
A. C. SHAW
T!: nf the jargc-vr
cnnnrl ore able tO CU
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