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About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 15, 1902)
MONDAT, DECEMBER 16, 1902
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TWO VALUABLE HORSES
SHOT BY HUNTERS.
Ageou wuited In erery town in I". .
T'y l'ln(r the
rVct-'i! Match Lishtrr
ooiolinf Gas Limp
The PERFECTED cn rd
lly tw lighted with pstlor
It alYe lii time the light
at common kerosene mp
it hll the expente nd we
It bus Ntelel-tllr gen
raiorwbtch dor not cM
(mm the action ot nt, and
We baTe Mitch Lighting
Lami from J- 7 up.
Wri'.e lor clrculan and
InTenton it M'i'i
4n Third St ,
brandi gu and
fholeaale and retail.
Despam & Clark
Will pay cash for poultry. The
Market price always. Bring it in
every day and ali Jay. Chickens,
Geese, Ducks and Turkeys.
Office in E. O. Buildinp, .
Come, Get Our Quotations
Babbit Metal, best In the world, in
bare. Price (1 per bar, at the East
A Dozen Cases of Smallpox and as
Many Cases of Scarlet Fever Hud
son Bay People Interested In Irri
gationMiss Dorothy Injured-Ex-erclses
at M. E. Church.
Milton. Dec 15. Howard Evans
sotd a lot to Mrs. Corerdalc last week
who will begin the erection of a dwel
ling at once.
J. S. Vinson, who has served as
Milton's most vigilant marshal for
the past tour years, has purchased a
full set of grubbing tools and will be
come a gTUbber and farmer.
' The second lot of hunters to !eae
from here during November for a
hunt in the mountains, returned the
latter part of last week without any
Mrs. I. W. Berry and Mrs. James
, Roman, who were registered flaoin
ously HI last week, are much improv
ed at this writing.
Bom. to Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Griffin.
December 7, a girl; Mr. and Mrs.
'James Kirk. December S, a girl; Mr.
and Mrs. J. S. Richey, December 9.
I Through the carelessness of some
'hunters, Marion Dorothy and Dr.
Thomas each mourn the loss of a
Mr and Mrs. Irvine King, of Helix.
I visited Mrs. King's parents in this
jcity last week. They left Thursday
i for Spokane. Rltzeville and Taklma
.for a visit among relatives.
I What the outcome of last Tuesday's
election will be in regard to Milton's
j joint or club house, is yet undecided;
'both sides are determined and will.
fight to the hitter end.
With more than a dozen cases of
smallpox and as many cases of scar
let fever within a radius of three
miles from the depot. Milton's health
officer says that all children should
have their family physician to vacci
nate them and all such places strict
ly quarantined. That's a good idea,
but It's almost too late now. There's
Rev. A. J. Adams, who has been
assisting in the protracted meeting nt
Adams, returned home last Wednes
day. He says that the meeting still
continues with much success.
The people of the upper part of the
Hudson Bay country are alive so
much to the interest of irrigation,
that they met and elected W T.
Shaw. D. J. Kirk and W. C Gallagher
as delegates to the Pendleton con
vention. Harry Hogue. manager of the Elam
Hardware Company, who has been
visiting his parents and friends in
Albany, for tie past two weeks, re
turned last week.
Lura Dorothy, while on her way
to Columbia College last Friday'
i morning, met with what might have
been a serious accident The river
road at present is very muddy, full
of ruts and rocks. During Thursday
night the snow fell to a depth of five
or six inches, covering up everything
so a person could not tell where the
trackwas While driving along at a
trot, her buggy ran Into a rut aud
struck a rock, breaking the king bolt
and coupling, jerking the front wheels
from under the bed. letting it drop to
the ground, throwiug Miss Dorothy
forward on the dash board and
against the horses' heels, bruising
her face and cutting quite a gash In
her upper Hf. The horse trotted on
down the road, not knowing but what
Its driver and buggy was following,
until caught by George Fulton, who
returned with It to the scene of the
accident, where Miss Dorothy mount
ed It and returned home.
Professor Ghorruerly lectured on
"Fools and Fads' last Wednesday
evening here, in the opera house, to
an appreciative audience, but said
that he didn't know now whether he
was the "fool" or the "fad." since
his arrlvel. When he stepped from
the train at the depot, instead of get
ting on the 'bus. as he should, he
asked a Freewater man where the
hotel was. It was pointed out to him
aud he walked down to Freewater.
where he found out that he was a
mile from Milton and afoot.
Asa Moore will leave next Tuesday
for a month's visit among relatives
and friends in Missouri,
i Since Saturday noon this section
has been wrapped In a freezing fog,
and everything is covered over with
a sheet of Ice; the limbs on the trees
are bending to the ground under Its
weight. Should it continue 24 hours
longer much damage wil' be done to
the fruit trees.
The exercises given under the aus
pices of the M. E. church at the
opera house Saturday evening, were
something above the average on such
occasion's. C. E. Slmonds. on whom
modern surgery was practiced last
week after his Christian Science fail
ed to cure, gave a recitation entitled
Moitrr Surgery vs Christian Sci
ence." which brought uown the house
Vnder the auspices ot the Columbia j
College. Thursday evening. Decern-1
her IS. 1902. at the opera house there;
will be rendered an interesting pro
gram of recitations, readings, duets.
olac and instrumental solos, also an
exhibition of art tableaux or statue
posing as given by the Boston Con
servatory. The college people prom
ise all who attend a rare treat and a
E. L. Smaller has concluded not
to sell his city drug store in Milton,
and on the strength of this. J. X
Stone has had the Door lowered, the
room enlarged, papered and remod
eled throughout which makes it one
of the finest business rooms in Milton.
Mrs. Harris, whose home is south ,
of Milton about five miles, on Cousei
Creek died in town Saturday after
noon at the residence of her daugh
ter's of blood poisoning She has I
been ailing for some time with ery
slpelns. and was Improving when
blood poison set In. which the doc
tors could not stop. Interment will
take place today.
EUGENE V. DEBS.
"A Man' Without Fear and Without
Reproach" The Magnetic Hoosler
"And there s 'Gene Debs, a man at
And Jest holds out In his two hands
As warm a heart as ever beat
Betwixt here and the Judgment
seat.' James Whltcomb Riley.
Civilization stood at the bar Inst
night while a tall, gaunt man with
ever-lifted Indicting forefinger strode
up and down the platform chronicling
her crimes, her assassination ot soul6.
He was a brilliant special pleader,
and drove home his charges with the
vigor that comes from what he be
lieves to be long-endured wrongs It
Is for those who heard him to say
whether he was right m his asser
tions, whether the world as black
as he painted It. whether what he
called the vassals ot capital are worse
conditioned than srfs of feudalism,
but none can say that he did not
utter some fearsome truths and bring
to attention some usually unrealized
curses of existence.
The man was Eugene V. Debs, who
from being a clerk In a grocery store
and a fireman on a locomotive, has
risen to the position of a reform
leader. President Garfield once ut
tered the epigram that there Is no
dynamic force in the world compara
ble to the power of an idea
Mr. Debs has the Idea and knows
how to bring out Its dynamism, for
lest evening he bad and held an audi
ence which was far from being made
up of long-haired men and short
The gathering which filled Hazard's
pavilion from stage to roof was com
posed dlstlctively of the middle
classes. There were of course some
notables In finance and the profes
sions, and thee was also a sprinkling
of the men and women whose stubby
and grimy finger tips showed that
they were toilers with the shovel,
the washboard or the hod or the hoe.
but the greater portion were people
of evidently moderate means, or fair
ly comfortable place in the world,
and they cheered and applauded every j
sentiment. I.os Angeles Herald
Insight. Its honor and Its fidelity to
truth As a vivid, convincing and
dramatic picture of modern city Hfo,
It outranks all other plays of the
"Peck's Bad Boy.
"Peck's Bad Boy." which will be at
the Frazer theater on Friday, Dec,
19th. has not only met with great suc
cess, but the pleco has actually de
served It. One very noticeable feat
ure throughout the entire perform.
ance Is the absence of any scene. In
cident or dialogue that could In any
way offend the most fastidious person.
Tennessee Labor Men Meet.
Nashville. Tenn., Doc. 15. What
promises to be the most Important
convention In the history of the Ten
nessee State Federation of Labor be
gan In this city today with delegates
present from local and district labor
organizations throughout the state.
It Is the sixth annual convention of
the federation and the rapid strides
which organized labor has made In
the state since the formation of the
federation is evidenced by the large
and representative attendance. The
sessions of the convention will last
through the week. The federation
will formulate some measures to be
presented to the next session of the
legislature, one of the most Import
ant being a measure aimed to sup
press the competition of convict
made goods with Iree labor. At the
opening session of the convention to
day there were addresses of welcome
on behalf of the city and the local
labor bodies, after which the conven
tion went Into executive session.
WILL HAVF !
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ory Brick Ne
To Be Used a V "1'" H
by A. Kut., a.nimDj
Plans hflvo Ko . .
cUr for thetM
t on of th fcsl
A two-story brick
feet, with a ,, . '1
Cd by Malnnor .j , 51
property on Main street JwJ
the East n,....
c Dirucmre will be of biw J
ped w th elcrators an iSi
conven encej! M
It will be occupied by a &J
Co., as a machinery i,d 51
depot Mr. Kunkrt
lease of the property for atl
three vears hum
f f'0av? Of,E0d8 ln dTMUi
take his dcnnrti- f.
and Chlcnm lnm.n ' iIT!
his order . Z' M
. uu-ijicie rj
farming Implements and coa
vehicles and mechanical n
Work will begin on the stoa
for the basement and foandii
lucuiuieij, ana me bulldisj tf
ready for occupancy by Mt-til
"THE LITTLE OUTCAST."
A Big, Good and Great Drama at the:
Frazer Tomorrow Night. j
The great American novel has not I
yet been written but the great Amer- j
lean play has been discovered in "A 1
Little Outcast." It is a priceless con-;
tribution to the dramatic world, In
that It is absolutely American. It
could never be taken for anything
else A Little Outcast" Is an tin
rommonly brilliant and fascinating
play exquisite in its handling, ln Its
Wi.i be the subject ot a lecture h
EUGENE V. DEBS
WEDNESDAY, DEC. 11
AT THE FRAZER OPERA HOUSE
All the world loves a man who is sincere an ' w o has 'ht t
aRe of his convictions No more certain proof r the truth ct I
assertion was ever Kiven than in the e-.teeir, in wfc- n Eugene V i
is held today. Even those who have frankly differed with b:
economic issues respect him for his honesty, adnrre him for his
ius. and point to him as the ideal of the French provrb, ".'.I
without fear and without reproach " The a I ahsorbmft topicsa
times are those bearing upon economic s bC'S an the stJ
desire of the pub. ic to look upon all sides of the 'uetioni3
evidence that tne old era of prejudice has passed away, anda'fcl
I road minded spirit has come in its stead.
Seats now on sale at Frazier's Book Store.
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