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About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 16, 1903)
Just arrived from the East, a latfie atul
complete stock, including Burning Out
fits complete. Pieces forburning.stamped
and unstamped, Nut Bowls, Picture
Frames, Tobacco Jars, Taliourettes. Bread
Trays, Pipe Raks, Steins, Etc. These
pieces are made from genuine bass wood
and are very fine.
J ; honor and respect thorn while Here, r
and chdrish their memory when they
I have gone. '
BROCK & McCOMAS CO.
V.'hen men ar given tower of spec-:
lal privilege ind money their selfish
let's will lead them to exact tribute
fiom those w ithout such powtr. This
Is seen in tne widespread misery
enured b the ioa monopoly follow
ing: the str'ke
The same result is tn he seen In
the case of the steel trust, standard
ell and thp other big romhlnatlnns.
The more you teed a hog. the more
of a ho? he becomes. Meu undei
such conditions cannot resist the
temptation or innate greed.
' The trusts will exact tribute with
, ircreaslne rapacity until the peopk
i will see as they did in the ease of
i the eoal trust that they are being: out-
MONDAY FEBRCAm i? 19v;
The people do not believe in
such an absolute ownership of
the riches of the earth 33 that
which the anthracite coal com
bination possesses. The time
will come when the operators'
combination will be destroyed,
not by the miners' union, but
by the people, who will take
possession of the riches under
the ground and relieve them
selves of the tyranny of these
men. C. S. Barrow.
OREGON'S BOUNDLESS RICHES.
! other apeclalized industries can ,iascously robbed and then they will
.ngaued In with profit. The time (or 1 demand a remedy,
the conservation or the fertility or, " V haW Ihimediauly. but
the land has come. It b time for;" wI sr'- haPn- ani1 'hM th'U
the utilization ef the wastes of th!1"111' con" n mtIe of "
, r thKa. of .Int. anti-trust hill is thnt Just enacted by
m t nmiiv ..r ! eongres vlll suffice to quiet
citizen:, ot thl republic.
TO HELP OREGON.
One of the lH?st forms of p:eervii'?
the soil's fertility Is found in dairy-
nig. The profit comes not alone from ' Oegou has already benellted by the
the sale of the butter, but trom thej nvortWnB of the l ewis and Clark
Largest Sale Ever Held In Umatilla County, Comments-
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20
The undersigned will offer tor sale at his place, six miles north
east of Pendleton to the highest bidder, the following described
property, to wit
32 head good work horses, Fine young stallion, four
years old, 20 head of good yotmg work males, 20 sets
good work harness, six wagons and grain racks, 5 gang
plows, n feed wagon? and racks, 1 barrel water laok and
wason, 1 buggy ,"2 drills, 2 iron harrows, 1 header and 4
boxes, 1 rollo'72 weed rakes, 2 weed cutters, 1 disc harrow,
1 right lap and seed attachment, 8 good milch cows and
other young stock too numerous to mention.
Terms of Sale
All sums under $20 cash in hand. For all sums over
S2U a credit will be given until October 1st, 1903, on ap
proved notes; notes bearinir 5 per cent interest. A dis
count of 2 per cent oil' for cash. Free Lunch will be served. mb
-- Hiusiin n.
U'nir tri . ...
- .,ua and
fr the be., Jf
price in town.
645 Mam street.
Win. F. Yohnka, Auctioneer
G. W. Rigby
hl-products of the dairy. The how
and poultry feed on the niilk.
Scores of creameries nr In
try word is received that an exposition
1 commemorating an historic event in
sui'-ithe development of the United States.
industry must protect Itself from the!
ravages of this wily beast and that ,
they will now become a party before j
the fact to his murder. But then .
cessful operation in the Willamette nas Deen receneu iaorauij. a guuu uiey coum not ao anyinmg uiueruni
i feelins: seems to prevail among the Western Oregon did not want the bill
states of the Pacific coast at the pros-; and Eastern Oregon does not count
Valley. There It. no good reason why
we should not have them here. H pect of making the fair a big success , for anything except to help pay the
the use of alfalfa as' silage. June con-! and the little petty jealousies that , taxes. Adaiuts Advance.
ditions mav be maintained tne veariliavp 'ed. because ot commercial
around. By having the larger part 0rrlvalry arP twWV. APPROACHING PANIC.
the dairy herd become fresh in the; Idaho Momana people hav0 , lircs"idnTof the Northern
fall in place of the spring, winter given their assurance of aid Nevada Spoiii-IHps Pnmnnnr millet n pr.t
The bieunial report of IS. L. Gee
the state land asent. shows a great
increase in the business of fhe land mllK w c inaureu. men tne; aim camornm promise to no an m . financial crisis which he says may
department over the two areceding spring grass will virtually be another:' heir power to help the fair, and come in a year 01 perhaps may be de
years. For the period of month, .eshen.ng. so that by the use , a tatt.Or.S5 SffonHo nuralav ti.t bTame
trom Janurry 1. 1901. to October l.'Mtle foresight the butter yield wi,l jthe progrt?ss niade by tUe falr pro. f ?he a.proachl
1902. the eggregate ot sales through'1"" drop off in the winter months, j moters is made manifest in leading , of tho laDor ,mions. Of course, the
the land office was $179.1W. The to- 't is an undisputed fact that where ' articles of the press of the Far East, over-capitalization of the trusts, in
1 .Mr Hill's opinioi. will never bring on
a panic. The good trusts are nil
right, but the bad worklngmen who
created nil the wealth of the trusts
are a hard lot. Condon Globe.
Is to give big values for
your money, and stang by
every promise we make.
Our Harness, Saddles,
whips and other supplies
tiiat go with our line of
business is the best it is
possible to make We
I are satished witli a small
margin of profit. Come
and let us save you
I nrtii.nr. ........ . .1
tal receipt being S197.009.5S. There creameries are in successful operation j o U Who I can that the
te still some land that may tie taken ntoney is plenty nnn times are good. fair will not do great good for Oregon '
up by homesteaders, though it is be- j Tnis state presents a wonderful o . Oregon Daily Journal.
coming more and more scarce But 1-omtniiy tc tne nomeseeker who is
there are thousands of acres which willing to work with headwork as
may be bought at a few dollars an ' v6'l as wl,h his hands. Prob.:hly no
acre. Land ln
BANNER YEAR FOR CLIPS.
Because President Roosevelt has,
mildly suggested government super-1
vision of the trusts, his party Is!
Aside from better p'osnects for
Eastern Oreon that'(,tner state presents a better return range Grant county stockruiseri. are
Iras formerly been regarded as prac-, fr the application of a union of brair I b congratulated on the prospect
tlcally valueless is now being taken. bmwn , m5u .rT" 5""""
with a view to irrigation. The plans Out lands are fertile and cheap, our - 1I)fr to lhp polut f proflt' an(! he o-tt- throw'n into a fever of panic and re-
now under way by the government climate Is good, we have, in our state, i look Is very bright for the sheep and ""'l !'0lrf
i. i- j . j , . ,..,i i .I,.. ....r -u. republican thought was never more
and by private enterprises will re-,lndS adapted to every form of farm-; market. In .act the pla,nly demostrated than bv this in-
rieem large tracts of land which here-, ln"'- We have splendid forests, our "la.l.n ln"er. Vh". cldent. Duyton Conrrler-Press
J. A. SMITH,
; Harness and Saddles.
' 218 Court Street.
Keyainng promptly done
and prices right.
No Rough Edges on
nrniinnv. inr wp arp ri,tn
ironing collars, cuffs and
bands of shirts. We will
pleased to cah and set your
pie order and can assure yoo
l.nnrt ann 1 nnmnsnn Mrf
totore has only supported sace brush mineral resources are as yet almost next year Is ,iestjnt?tt to be the ban-
and JacK rabbits. At PrinevIHe and unaeveioped. we have a seacoast, ner year for good clips and high
nthar nnintc in tho mu i hiu'snd fishing liid'istrles. Sureir one prices. Uninterfered with by out-
teen demonstrated that land which can And within the lonlers
WHAT JARRED PORTLAND?
Wonder what has Jan-ed Portland.!
... i Millar), rns.. f riM.fs ill triiitir.
OI 111" . ... ... , ... I rVUr. f nnn.
' i yon wnoir ine weaiti- or tne cuimiv . a c wswuic ui fcum v.. v. tr nun t,..-
appears In the Held notes of the orig- "ate some Industry Iu which no can so largelv depends will pasture ami- '"B their heatry support towards the,
mal survey as "worthless land unfit . engage with profit The rich lands i cably side by side, in peace and untly. passage of the Johnaon-Ginn bill.
:. of the Inland Empire await develop-1 and the News hopes and believes in wmcn appropriates ito.iiuu tor a
&f 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 . . ... 1 1 T T ... ,
menL uuexamplea prosperitv. urant i:oun-; i,u"- muiuuii m wmu. ncinm-ji .
ityNews. i Times. -;
tor agricultural purposes or for pa
ture," can he maie to produce four
tons of alfalfa a year. Where once
drifting sands now covered and now
exposed the stunted and scanty sage
brush at the caprice of the wind are
now seen fields of solid green al
falfa. Where a cow or a few sheep
eould scarecely maintain themselves
a few years ago, one now sdes sleek,
contented and well-fed cattle and
ether livestock. Irrigation Is the
key to fertility. It has been proven
that where the soiling system is prac
ticed two acres will furnish the rough
feed for three cows. The time Is not
far distant when our lands will be
held at a much higher figure than at
. Lands alon the John Day Tilver.
and many other of the favored val-
THE PASSING OF THE PIONEERS.
HELPS PAY TAXES.
Our loca columns elutm;
Coyotes are once more free to lift
death of W. H. Huffman, at Union : their melodious voices on the evening
air and disturb the slumbers of the
mountain shepherd The Orpgou leg
islature has decreed that the sheep
yesterday. One by one. the pathfind
ers and empire builders of the West
are crossing over to the other sld.
Mr. Huffman was a pioneer of Unior.
county. He came to Eastern Oregoi.
a young man. His life work ha
been done here. He crossed the
plains from Illinois. He was one o:
the advance guard, who prepared the
way for the ever increasing tide oi 1
1 omeseekets who felt the lii'e of th'
25 pounds of fancy dried prunes
We have Dried
Is an hereditary disease, and one for Nectarines
which a tainted ancestry or blood poison- ppnnfia
ed parentage is responsible. It is trans- 1 u"Bts
mitted thronRh the blood and shows Apples
itself in snelline and ulceration of the Pears
West, who heard and could not resist glands of the neck, caUtrU ot tbe fceaa.
.1., 1 r. , weak eyes, sores, abscesses and slan erup-
the cal. or the Pacific. t,OBff a dual W3,ting awaj, &
Volumes could be written on the 1 strength and vitality. It aUo attacks the
settling of the WeiL It is a story , Iwacs and joints, resulting in white swel
ls east of the Cascades are just as (full of tragedy and romance KviSTot awfS
well adapted for raisins apples as the Leaving' the known they s t forth blood taint everyday, but it exists in so .
Hood River land, yet the land in the throush the vnknown hardships and' many forms that often it passes for some-
vicinity of Hood River readily sells perils" to found a home In tho Vtl.! thj"Ku?and,isMdM
.,.. . . !' ... .... Scrofula robs the blood of Us nutritive
from $150 to J300 an acre, where nr-(The crosses along the trail marking qnaliu'es, and it becomes too poor to pro
chards have been put in, while the the graves of those who fell by the' dace healthy growth PlrT
strawberry lands sell even higher (wayside are eloquent of the tfagediea d dwlopiuentand HE GIFT
The time of unlimited range on of the trip. For six months the white- an'd'calH'waxv com. OF A
government land ia past. The time topped prairie schooner creaked and plesions are the result. r a IMTpn
hi. onmu fn. friiniid in . .. j t i .. .i. A a . .1 ii.i n , i Onlv a constitutional ' &u
The products of our farms and there were when water
For the family dinner
plain cookine is the rule. '
hut the food itself should
be of the best meat in
For that reason those
i who deal at our market
' never have cause for coin-
oaint as tneir meats are nn.tn.Tiato nnri Vflitetit in Me
iv.ti)s ui uie uesi anu i JjeiBlI,
. j .jur line oi ouuuiuwr ouu t
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9MBHiBBfiH9H9iHHIHBHBKH9HHflB null oiul ovamind fll
OUr HHiesnKJUIS. lUlinii'' o-
. i at what vou see
..I.,,) i, ..i. .iioiit nnter t
i.iau iiiiu aim i,t..- - .
. niocKH, imiHwiuie
axles. Easiest runn'ug apo"
market. Our Syracuse plow H
! slickest thing lu earth.
. . . v.f we
btover gsioiine eojiui. ...
ftgenu for Ihem.
ranches should be sent to the market days too, af heat and discomfort and reach a disease that has been transmitted s
I remedr. one that works AMP.CCTRV
3carce. 'u t.,-.j hm-m .
ln a finished form. Instead of ship-, short rations. Tne marauding Indians
ping wheat and robbing the soil of dogged their steps. It took good .
ite fertility, fed the wheat to hogs i stern stuff, to be a pioneer. They are
and sell the wheat in the form of a good type of the typical Aemrlcan.
Fork. In place of selling your bay, ' adventurous, self-reliant, hardy, cheer
feed it to cattle and sell the product ful, falling on their feet when fate
In the form of butter or of beef. Na-jhas a fall In store for them. They
ture has been so prodigal of her prepared the way for those of us who
Bifta; It fas been so easy to make came later. To be a pioneer or a na
a living in the past that many of the live son Is a far nlgher honor than
smaller economies have been neg- some empty honor title or ribbon fas
lected. Wheat and wool are two tencd ln any foreign court. As then
things easy of transportation and 'every night they pitched tholr tent
readily stored without loss 30 wheat j a day's march nearer home so now
and wool have received tho princl- their diminished ranks are pitching
pal attention, but with our present j their tents each night a day's march
methods of transportation such Indus- nearer the sunset of life. Tho pioneers
tries as dairying, fmlt raising and of .Oregon will soon be gone. Let us
through generations or been lurking in
the blcoU since birtn.
S. S. S. cleanses the blood of all scrofu
lous matter and tubercular deposits, and
when rich, pure, health-sustaining blood
is again flowing in the veins there is a
gradual disappearance of all the danger
ous symptoms of Scrofula; strength
S. S. S. contains no strong minerals to, d
further break down and derange the sys- p
tern, but can be taken by the very old, as I g
rreu as xne miuaie
aged and young, with
out any harmfulafter
effects, or the least
injury to the most
If you have any signs of Scrofula, or
your children are stunted or slow of
growth, pale and sickly, wtUc us, and our
physiciaus will advise you free of charge.
Tht Swift Speolfio Co., Atlanta, Ga.
Low Sellers cf Groceries
Bar in connection.
Bet Alta & Webb bts.
In Center of Block.
Houser's Old Stand
AH kinds of prepared foods
anu mushes. rinest syrups
ana ouckwneat lor cakes.
Best hams it is possible to
Yes, we have a full line of
the celebrated Monopole
F. X. Schempp
D. KEMLER & SON
The Big Store in a Small
Alta Streot, Opposite Savings Bank
ORLAN CLYDE CULLEN
U. 8. 8upreine Court
U. 8. Patent Ofllc
U. 8. and FOREIGN PATENTS
Trula Marks sod CopjrlihU
T tt.St, N. W., WaaUlwctou, D. f
Just received another
car load of Poultry and
stock supplies at the
127 and 12ft Et Alts Street
n. nMonn in is
..ntatlue oacer. --
c,,u 1 1 M fr . i i
It by their llberci P"X' Jetlort.
dvirtlBlna medium of this weuon.