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A BOON TO OVERWORKED MEN
A BLESSING TO WEAK WOMEN
It Improves tlie Appetite, Aids Digestion and
FOU SALE BY
Brock Sl McComas Company
THE nODERN ORUOQISTS - PENDLETON
THURSDAY, JULY 10. 1902.
THE REAL GOVERNING POWER.
It is not always the most active
power that governs a body. Neither
is the power that governs or rules
always visible. This rule does not
apply alone to mechanics, but applies
to almost all kinds o bodies, ani
mate and inanimate, and, especially,
to bodies politic.
The ship may be seen gliding along
at sea. It may look like a thing of
life. The sails may be .spread or the
engines giving forth their familiar
its cause, at first blush, would seem
a hopeless one, indeed. But it is noc
the case. The leaders know this
and none so well as the republican
leaders. Democracy has long been
the champion of the people. It may
have been led astray by mistaken
leaders, or it may have been defeated
in the real right, and other things
may have occurred to make the de
feat of right appear right, but the
principles of democracy still live and
will live so long as there are repub
lican forms of government.
I Apparently crushed, leaderless and
disorganized it is today the only foe
man that the republicans regard as
worthy of their steel; it is the only
foeman that the Republicans "fear;
it is the real champion of what is
Public franchises and wo refci
not only to trolley lines, but to every
class tare the property of the people
primarily. The use of franchises by
private individuals or corporations
should yield an adequate rental to the
people Baltimoro Herald.
WHEN WILL DEMOCRACY DIE?
In answer to the question, "When
will democracy die?" wo clip from a
Texns exchange the following:
When the lion eats grass like nn ox.
When the flshworm Bwallows the
When the robin knits woolen socks.
And the hare is outrun by, the snail
When the serpent walks upright like
And doodle bugs travel like frogs,
When grasshoppers feed on the hen,
And feathers are found on hogs,
When the Thomas cats swim in the
And elephants roost in trees,
When insects in summer are rare,
And .snuff never makes people
When fish creep over dry land,
And mules on velocipedes ride,
When foxes lay eggs in the sand,
And women in dress take no pride,
When Dutchmen no longer drink
And girls get to preaching on time,
When billy goats butt from the rear,
And treason's no longer a crime,
When humming birds bray like an
And limburger smells like cologne.
When plowshares are made out nf
And the hearts of true Texans of
When ideas grow in a republican
And wool on a hydraulic ram,
Then will the democratic party be
And this country not worth a d n.
s-unds which may Indicate tlie mo- i.nown as the common right and ever
tive power of the vessel, but there stands wlth a drawn aword against i
is always something more than this. wrong- It has ever been a menace J
It takes a certain amount of ballast to corrUption and no step has beeuj
to hold all vessels steady to keep taken by lts oppositlon that has not!
them upright and enable them to been made with the 1;nowledge that,
battle against the waves and storms. Jt d be caHed t0 accounting
Without this the work of the crew, snould lt untiertake to wrong the peo'
the sails, the machnery would be ple
useless- I With all of the smooth sailing of
In the case of the engine, in addi- the affiairs of the administration to
tion to the intricate pieces of ma- day the reai g0Vernlng power lies in
chinery and various parts that seem Democracy. She is watching with
most important there is a very aim- vlgiIant eyes every stop taken, and
pie appearing attachment which to th mln."te that the administration
the unskilled seems useless and does ' departs from the right course she
not appear to have anything to do wm gound tne alam and while she
with the combination of wheels and may seem dea( yet whenever the
valves, hut seems to be rather a det- party Jn power departs frora an hon-
riment, tbat is regarded by those est and economical administration it
versed in the use of the various parts will find how quickiy Democracy will
as one of the most important attach-. b-ecome organized and wm be in the
ments; and, in fact, it is stated that fleI( in all o ts strength again.
without the use of this device the.
machinery would run wild and get j VALUE OF FRANCHISES.
beyond the control of the engineer
and the entire plant would become
useless. This, apparent useless de- es to pay New York City nearly two
vice is called the governor. land one-half million dollars for the
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This money would be worse than wasted if
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I The anouncement of an agreement
1, 1. n vntlrnnil rimnttnV Vll-nnfYQ.
I 11 CI tj D V U 1UIIIWUU wiitjJMlV 1' 4
i fjnvnr bRforfi has the city of New
of govern- y k contracted to receive for a
This illustration may be drawn of Privilege of using a tunnel under the
, , , . , , SireeiS OI mill City lui mo uui,
nearly every important mechanical n an( whereby though the fran
Invention in practical use and may chise is pen)etual. the amount to be
be traced into the anatomy of all liv- paid is subject to periodic adjust
ing things. j ment at intervals of 25 years, is de-
But It is most aptly Illustrated in ddedly a new departure.
the case of governments, and espec
ially in republican form
meats; and right at this time it may franchise anything like the sum
be seen in effect in the administra- named, nor has any city in the TJnit
tion of the affairs of our own govern- 1 States ever disposed of a franchise
, in such a manner,
ment . It has possibly never moved ( It , an illustration of the tend
along more successfully and more ency or thought and the formation of
satisfactorily to the people. The sail- opinion with reference to an import
ing seems so easy and there is such and department of municipal man-
tut a- pom- rti"!3S JSS
leal party in power should seemingly utuity franchises cannot be question
feel that it is beyond the fear of ail ed. The use of the streets for trolley
opposition and may go On forever in lines, for instance, is obviously ne
cessary vitally so. oi course iu
its success. Its administration, in
the transaction of that kind of busi-
fact, has proved so popular that all d t Jn 8COrea of clties trac-
other political parties are apparently , tion lines have the freest use of ,the
sidetracked and need not maintain ! streets without paying for lt at all, or
any hope of future promotion to pow-'oy Paying for it in a ridiculously ln-
w r.nnhitnoniom l. in tha n,i. aaequaus manner.
die to stay.
But none know the fallacy of such'
It is urged that the trolley lines
are for the use and convenience of
a condition and the short life of Buch the public which owns the thorough
a power bo well as the political lead- fares, and that the use of the streets
era of the country, and especially the ajftgjt and tho
leaders of the party in power. As sboo stor0( too are for the conven
ing as the power in control may pur-, lence and benefit of the public and
Bue a course that insures a good ad- for the profit of the proprietors just
d U. conn.,, contm. "i5.
uea prosperous there Is little cause (Yet tne 8noe deaior and tn0 gr0cery
for alarm on the part of Its leaders, man ar0 not furnished a place of
but onco it flies the track they know business Just because they servo the
what will bo the effect and how long public. If the shooman should estab
g. in . . , lish his place of business In the
it will take to regain confidence and fltreet fae w'ou,d be fQrced to appcar
get In power again. uof0re the police court, if, indeed, he
Democracy has long been tho most escaped a lunacy Inquiry.
formidable opponent of the ropubli
ean party. But today it scorns to be
moro completely routed than at
any time In Its history. Twice de
feated in succession and one of these
times when victory seemed certain.
There is yet another feature. The
recognition of the vaulo of public
utility franchises will bring to the
fore tho question of the liability of
such franchises to taxation. Too
many cities have recklessly given
tho Issues which it espoused crushed away franchises In their eagerness to
. ... , , ,, secure pubi c utilities; but, fortun-
and stricken from tho platforms, dls- ately for them tho r,g'ht of 'taxaton
crganlzed and split up into factions, i,aa not been waived in every case.
The powder puff may help to hide the
ravages of time but it avails little to hide
the ravages of disease. When the face
is disfigured by eruptions, the treatment
must go below the surface to the blood,
which is corrupt and impure.
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
cures disfiguring eruptions which "are
caused by impure blood. It cures scro
fulous sores, erysipelas, boils, pimples,
eczema, salt-rheum and other eruptive
diseases which impure blood breeds and
"I was troubled with eczema from the crown
of my head to the soles of my feet." writes Mrs,
Ella Quick, of Cass City, Tuscola Co., Mich.
"Could not walk at times nor wear my shoes.
Thought there was no help for me at least the
doctor said there was none. I went to see
friends at Christmas time and there heard of
the good that Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis
covery had done for them, nnd was advised to
try it at once. For fear that I might neglect it
mv friend sent to the villaee and trot a bottle
and made me promise that I would take it. I
had been getting worse all the time. I took
thirteen bottles of the ' Golden Medical Discov
ery and ten vials of Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pel
lets, and used 'All-Healing Salve,' which made
a complete cure. It was slow, but sure. I was
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"I would say to all who read this; try Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery before wast
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The sole motive for substitution is to
permit the dealer to make the little more
profit paid by the sale of less meritorious
medicines. He gains ; you lose. There
fore accept no substitute for n Golden
Dr. Pierce's Pellets cleanse the clogged
system from accumulated impurities.
We are prepared to do your work
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Charges will be right.
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housekeepers that their goods will be on hand when
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We handle the most select brands, and people
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We handle Schillings' Best, M. G R. and Arlington .
Club the three best brands it is possible to produce.'
Besides we have the iegular standard brands of
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Heating and Ventilating Engineer
47 First Street, Portland, Oregon
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