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Is the greater during the Summer and Fall months
of your children being troubled with Summer Complaint
in all its forms, and no home should pass through this
part of the year without a good remedy for this trouble
at hand. "Atwood's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy" is the best known preparation on the market
today for the above named complaint. Get a bottle at
once, as it might be the means of saving a LIFE.
For sale by
Brock & McComas Company
THB nODERN ORUQQISTS . PENDLETON
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1902.
It looks as though McBrlde would
Central America and little Haytl
wo trying to see which can kick up
tho biggest revolution.
where Hanna could control Its dlstrl
butlon. There have boon some very
ugly cartoons drawn of tho Oreat
Marcus, but It is doubtful if any of
them have been overdrawn.
War is likely to spread all over the
Central American republics. This
will bo in keeping with tho history of
It Is all straw today at Walla
"Walla. It is predicted, however, that
Walla Wallans will not take all of
their drinks through straws.
?Boss" Croker tired of ranching in
England and is on his way to New
York. Croker says there will be no
store politics, but Croker has a weak-
Bess for tho latter article.
Baker City has distinguished her
self by becoming discussed so far
away as China, and the heads of three
governments are talking about her.
The Chinese government, the United
States government and the state gov'
eminent are all talking about Baker
City. It all grew out of an outrage
committed In Malheur county.
While President Roosevelt Is being
buried in roses In one section of the
country, starving miners and their
wives and children are threatened
with a baptism of lead in another
These different conditions will con
tinue to exist until the men of brains
control their greed for gain to that
extent thereby they will think of
justice to humanity before they think
ct increasing their wealth.
President Roosevelt caressed a
barefooted Vermont boy Saturday
and told him that he had a boy about
his size and that he, too, was bare
footed. There is some doubt about
the president's boy going barefooted,
but he possibly desired to make the
little Green mountain boy feel that
he was as good as the president's
on, and tho Vermonter doubtless
already felt that way.
The fact that Pendleton did not
have a labor day celebration by no
means indicates that Pendleton is not
patriotic, and has not the proper re
spect for the cause of labor. Tho
banks and the postofflce and most
of the business houses showed re
spect for the day by closing a part
or the whole of the day. Debtors
wero also given a day longer to re
ceive the ubiquitous bill pusher.
General Gobln's order to shoot down
the strikers and arrest men, women
and children who Interfered with tho
mine operators In Pennsylvania Sat
nrday was rather a strenuous order
It is true that some women have done
harm in strike riots, but children have
rarely ever proved a dangerous ele
ment It is proper to preserve order
on all ocaslons and to use such means
as are necessary to do this, but It It
was tho other way, It Is speculative
as to whether or not General Gobln
would order the rich mine operators'
Hanna may talk to laboring people,
and may give out tho Impression
that he Is going to be good, but if
anything or anybody gets In Hanna's
way Ilanna becomes the same old
Hanna again. Fourth Assistant Post
master General Bristow had a good
patronage at his disposal, but that of
ficial got in Hanna's way, and the
patronago was transferred to tho
First Assistant Postmaster General
j Tho death of a man In Pendleton
I with $700 in his pocket and without
I kith or kin, who transferred all of his
property at tho last moment by non
cupatlvo will to practically a stranger,
is one of tho up-to-date freakish hap-
pennings. Tho man was sick, had no
friends, a man whom ho had mot was
with him. Being Informed that there
was no chance for him to live, and
asked it he had any relatives with
whom he would like to communicate
ho said he had not, but drew forth $700
from his pocket and gave it to
stranger, telling him to give him
decent burial and to keep the change
There is a history behind all such
transactions. This ono may never be
known. Where this man was from
and what Induced him to refuse to
divulge the place of abode of his
friends or relatives is a mystery
Perhaps a crime, perhaps disgrace
or maybe it was just a case of a mod
ern freak, of which there are so many
and who are afflicted in so many dif
WHY TRUSTS THREATEN
Russel Sage raises his voice in
warning against tho trusts against
the steadily extending application of
tho principle of combination in bus!
ness and predicts a crash that will
be a national disaster.
Mr. Sage might as well exclaim
against the How of tho country's
rivers as against the concentration
and co-operation of capital. One phe
nomenon is as natural as tho other
Steam, electricity and modern inven
tion have made combination inevita
ble. Business men will not compete
with one another when by joining
forces thpy can make more money.
But Mr. Sage Is manifestly right
when he says that the existing trusts
are certain to bring about a financial
On the average they are not legiti
mate combinations for honest profits
on capital Invested, but mere pirati
cal associations for pluder.
, When concentrated capital buys or
captures for Itself a monopoly of na
tural resources; procures special leg
islation, such as tariff duties ,to pro
tect it from foreign competition,
guards Itself against rivalry at home
by conspiring with tho railroads to
shut out competitors, and compels
thei public to pay Interest on watered
stock, wo have tho kind of trust
which alarms Mr. Sage as a far-see-
lngibuslness man and every thought
ful citizen on patriotic grounds.
For this trust Is simply a conspir
acy to extort money through tho pow
er of monopoly a monopoly created
in part by law and in part by evading
and defying the law.
No country can contlnuo to be
prosperous whoso industrial and com
mercial Interests are controlled by
such trusts, for It is In the nature of
monopoly to practice extortion, and
extortion Is robbery, nothing else.
Moreover, no country whose govern
ment is dominated by -tmonopolles
can escape deep and widespread po
litical corruption, or legislation wnicn
places tho liberties and the pockets
of the people at the mercy of 'the
wiiot to thn r-iir for Hie trusts In
which Mr. Sago sees the peril t6 the
nation's prosperity, aud In which
everybody else who can think sees
worse than financial danger?
"ilalatlon that shall denrlvo the
trusts or tho shelter of tho tariff,
which shall destroy their collusion
with the railroads and end uieir raon
nnolv of tho natural resources of pro
duction on which all must live.
Can such legislation be expected
from tho republican party.?
The republican party Is owned -by
tho trusts. Hearst's American and
Unawept, unQngcred, tho heart
Their sounds replaced by tho long
Dormant and still tho molodius
Frozen, ayo, dead, tho sweet refrain
Tho music that oneo tho being thrill
Has ceased, and tho chords foro'er
For Deception's buglo call there roll
While tho bell of Ingratltudo mourn
And the Soul's rich harp lay burled
And tho voice" of the Heart In
Silently passes Xuo years away.
Whllo tho mould'rlng strings of, tho
Yes, Deception, played her tuneful
And Ingratltudo, skilled In her wily
Struck forth sweet notes. In their ac
Which fell llko a balm,- on tho list
Then as tho serpent sho sped along,
To tho heart-strings fair, and the Soul
But, as her voice In Its cadenco rang,
The poison sped from Its cruel fang,
It worked Its way and the strains
And the music of Love and of Life
No moro will Affection's soothing
Recall the chimes from tho chill of
No more will Charity's hymns re
Nor Faith's golden strains In tho
breast be found.
Those bells of sin have bade Iovo
Have silenced the sll'vry notes of
And tho frozen music of Hope Is still
"Nor no'er can tho being again bo
By the sweet vibrations of melodies
For tho dreary tale of tho Ufa is told
The solemn song of Joy is sung,
While tho tolling bells of pure Trust
And all that is heard Is the clashing
For naught remains but tho silent
B right's Dlsentjo, and Diabetes
Are Positively Curable.
While tho Fulton Compounds were under ex
amination, ons of the Investigators went to one
ot the best known physicians In San Francisco
and asked him to name a certain ease of
Bright's disease for a teat, no named 0. II.
Allen ot El Paso, a former conductor of tho B.
P. Co., as beyond human aid. Eight phjalolani
had declared the ease cbronlo Bright's disease.
It was typical albumen, oasts, uropsy, sleep
lessness, nieht sweats and usual weakness.
pains and distresses. Patient went on the
Compound June 6, 1801. We now copy from the
Juno 16. Improvement. Skla clearer. Color
better. Albumen decreasing. Patient much
June 2s. Continued Improvement. More am
bitious. Albumen diminishing. Night sweats
beglnnlns to yield.
Jnlr 12. Not so favorable, went to the
ocuntry and began to bloat. Returned and
feeling better, though not probably quite so
well aa last report. A favorable indtoatlon Is
(no disappearance or loeuininweiu,
Jnlv 13. Drotxjy again disappearing. Albu
men getting less and leas.
Aug. 1. Improvement continues.
Aug. 13 Patient claims he la nearly well.
Continued Improvement, and patient recom
mended for light employment. Double analyses
Dy raitroaa surgeons ic rasa snow as ioi
Bpeo. Grar 1023
Reaction Acid I
Bugar Nona I
Ttm tor Casts Nona I
At this wrltlnir. Januarv 10. 1803. patient la
aat vet entirely recovered, but Is still on the
treatment and getting better continually.
Medial works aeree that Drlnht'a Disease
and Diabetes are Incurable, but 87 par cent,
am nnsttlvelv recavarlnir nnder the Fulton
Compounds, (Common forms of kidney com
plaint ana rnumatism oner out auort resist
ance.) Price, II for the Bright's Disease and
11.50 for the Diabetic Compound. John J. Ful
ton Co., 430 Montgomery St., San Franolsoo,
sole compounders. Free tests made tor pa-.
Uesta. Descriptive pamphlets mailed free.
F. W. Schmidt .& Co., Solo AsnU.
We are prepared to do your work
and ask you to can on us.
Charges will be right.
TELEPHONE RED 61
The Old Dutch Henry
(it Hays Connerley
Final Clean-up Sale
This week will end our CLEARANCE SALE and wc hope
by Saturday night to clean up everything in 'the lines
of Summer Goods.
Percale WaUU, good quality, 25o. '
Percale Wulats, 60o grade, good tun o sixes, 85o.
Percale Waists, 7Co grade, 60o.
All other grades at same reductions.
Silk Waists until Saturdaj night, $3.76 and $2.75.
These Silk Waists nro new goods, put in to tone up the dUplay.
All sizes Gingham and Percale Dresses, regular 75 o, now 60o.
All sizes regular 90o and $1 00 Dresses, now 75c.
All sizes regular $1.25 aud $1.35 Dresses, now f 1.00.
All others same reductions to close them out.
SUMMER GOODS AT HALF PRICE
All Lawns, Dimities, Foulards aud Iiatlstes will be closed out at half
the regular price.
Jap Silk, all colors, 25o per yard.
Ijyon Dye Silk, sold elsowhere at 60c yd, our price 45o per yard.
Calico, all colors, for the week, 4c per yard.
New fall stook Is coming lu every day and our lines are larger, values
better and prices lower than over before: Come and see us at once and
get a few of the CLEARANCE SALE BARGAINS, and also some of
the new goods at Bargain Prices.
OUR GUARANTEE: Monoy back if goods are not satiBfaotory,
THE FAIR Tie Place to Save Money
OILS, AXLE GREASE
AND COMPOUND . .
I havo a full line of oils, axle grease and com
pound of tho highest quality, in quantities to
suit the buyer. Examine my stock before
Taylor, the Hardware Man
741 Main Street
Absolutely Pure, 1
Best and Safest for all uses. R
JOHN SCHMIDT 1
vunn n i
127 and 1211 East Alto Street
T 4 ?
All kinds for all purposes.
Sash, Doors and Blinds,
Planing of all descriptions dona
to oidcr. ' s
Don't place your order for
Building Material until you havo
Pendleton Planing Mill
ROBERT rORSTER, Proprietor
The easiest running,
most satisfactory and
best machines made.
During the month of
PUTTY IAND PAINT
Cover a multitude ot commercial (Ins; kutjrou
-will flml our repairs to and refurbishing of
carriage, wagons, runabouts all sorts of Te-blcles-aro
more than skin deep. We make
"good as new" wherever possible always
make things better than we find them.
Call and see that Winona Wagon of ours.
Steel covered hubs, no cranks, and Patent
Bearings make It run so much lighter than the
old stylo of other makes.
Seo us about that GASOLINE ENGIN'K
for your well or chopper.
,?ater St. near Main, Pendleton, Ore.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DAODITT URTAL, BEST IN TUB
world, In bars. Price It per bar, at the
East Oregon Ian otic.
September 15th to 20th
You are invited to attend
and see the greatest indus
trial exposition and livestock
show ever held on the Pacific
Coast. Good racing every
afternoon. Camp ground
free. Come and bring your
families. For any informa
IT. D. WISDOM, Seo'y,
BAR IN CONNECTION
IN CENTER OF BLOCK
BET. ALTA & WEBB BTS
Cooper's old stand,
Main St, Near W.& aDepot
A royal good meal for only
If you dine with us you are
A trial meal will make you
a regular boarder.