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About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (June 9, 1903)
DAILY EA8T OREOONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. TUESDAY, JUNE 9, 1903.
Published every nfternoou (except Sunday)
at I'enilleton, Oresoii, by tbe
Tlii.n.- Main 11.
Dully, one eur by ronll $5.00
Dally, xlx months by mall 2.G0
Dally, three months by mall l.-
Dully, one moutli hy mall SO
Dally. r month by carrier (5
Weeklv, one year by mall . . l.oO
leml-Weekly, one year by mall .... 'J.OO
The llnst Oresnnlan Is on sale at I). II.
illcli's News Htnuila at Hotel Portland and
lintel Perkins, Portland, Oregon.
Menitwr SerliJlcIIe News Association.
8an rianclsco Ituienu, 408 Fourth St.
Chlcaiio llurean, IIOO Security Ilulldlng.
WiMliltiitton, I). C Ilnrenu, 301 Htb St.,
Kntered at Pendleton jotofllce an seccond
otliors. A team is frightened, runs
away mid kills Its driver, the auto
moblllst pays his fine and goes forth
on his career of slaughter. An oast
orn physician who suffered several
runaways from the criminal reck
leasness of on automobile neighbor,
at last sent word that ho would treat
him like any other assassin, and
shoot him tho noxt time ho did not
slow down when he saw that his ma'
chlno was going to make his team
run away. Regard for mutual rights
will settle tho whole question.
There la a poor blind Samson
In the land,
Shorn of his strength and
bound with bands of steel,
Who mny In somo grim revel
ralso his hand
And shako the pillars of the
Till the vast tomple of our lib
erties A shapeless mass of wreck
mid rubbish lies!
WHY THE PEOPLE FEAR THE
Regiments of arguments for capital
trusts and labor-trusts are hurled at
Uio people of this country, says tho
Post, but they continue to bo suspi
cious, continue to listen attentively
to anyone who conies forward with
a plausible "remedy" for what tho
trust advocates say Is not disease
hut a national development of healthy
growth. What la tho reason for this
tenacious, not-to-be-rcasoned-wlth pop
ular Instinct? The usual nnswor Is
"Popular ignorance." Hut that Is as
shallow as It Is easy. Analysis dis
closes tho truth, tho bedrock basis
for popular dread and suspicion. It
Is expressed in tho one word: Power.
Tho people of this democracy know
that their liberty icsts upon equality,
that In our social scheme no man
and no group of men la permitted to
rave irresponsible, unundablo power.
Tho corporation has always been
sharply watched by the people bo
cause It looked llku a something pos
sessed of real power, Tho combina
tion, thnt amazing expansion of tho
corporation idea, Is suspected and
dreaded becauso It is obviously a
depository of genulno power tho
brains nnd muscles and capital of
thousands Intrusted to oho man who
Is in no way responsible to any one or
checked by any ono, so long as he
earns dividends nnd Interest, no mat
ter how. And for obvious reasons this
applies equally, will presently apply
s forcefully, to tho labor "combine."
"No olher depositories of power
than tho people themselves," says
Jefferson, "have ever yet been found
which did not end In converting to
their own profit the earnings of thoso
committed lo their chnrgo." And this
tho jeop!o believe and can't be rea
soned out by plausibilities or philan
thropies. "DIDN'T KNOW IT WAS LOmDED."
There are a few tramps making tho
rounds of the residences of Pendleton
putting up a hard luck story of not
being able to got work. If a too gen
orous public would refrain from be
ing moved to sympathy by their talo
of woo nnd abstain from giving them
n hand-out, they might have to do a
little work, So long as they can llvo
without work they will do so. Thoro
Is no oxenso for n man hunting for
work now and not bolng able to find
It. There Is a steady demand for
wood choppers In tho Blue mountains,
Men cannot be gotten in sufficient
number. Show tho tramp a sawbuck
or an axe and you will see a vanish'
Ing scene. Work Is the one thing he
Is not looking for.
Pendleton, Salem and many other
Oregon cities are raising the salaries
of their teachers. This Is a move in
tho right direction. Teachers earn
nnd deserve more pay than they usu
ally receive. Now If Pendleton will
seo to It that our teachers have
healthful, well ventilated and com
modious rooms in which to teach, It
will be another forward stop.
Tho iopo Is not far from his ap
pointed time. lie is very frail. Only
regular habits and a very temperate
and abstemious life has enabled him
to reach his advanced age. Ho will
go down into history as a good and
A spike on the track might havo
caused loss of life Instead of delay
and property loss at Latourelle yes
terday. Probably It was some child
who placed It there without knowl
edge of the consequences apt to ensue.
It will be a long time before the
glamour of tho Tracy escape fades
from the minds of the criminal ele
ment. Indiana and Montana are both
having a "Tracy" hunt after desper
'CURVES OF BEAUTY"
How often have we shouted joy
fully, "O, Kansas, thou bringest all
things!" Tho deviltry of tho tornado
mid tho cyclone is In the Kanssns
genius. Kansas Is a stato of quips
as well as of cranks. Tho unexpected
nnd the Innocently mischievous, the
original, flows spontaneously from
Kansas lips and pens.
There was a marrlago In Hutchin
son tho other day. Tho editor of tho
Hutchinson Herald heard the loud
bassoon. Straightway ho "blow ofT"
nffectlonntely tho dual changed to
"Tho groom was a widowor and
The above headline is seen bo fre
quently that It should bo sterotyped.
A combination of mnn thnt was load
ed and gun that was not In linker
City yesterday, resulted in a young
lad having his leg shattered by a
There nro two forms of carelessness
for which there Is literally no ex
cuse. One of them Is pointing a gun
ut n person in fun and tho other is
putting poison In n bottlo where a
child can reach It. Any person who
under nny pretense will point a gun
at yon Is dangerous and should be
promptly knocked down. As to the
second form of cnrelessuesd thoro is
Httlo or no excuse for that either. 1
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vitiuuiiu ill-Mi, iinu mi inner danger
ous drugs should bo put In sumo i
bottlo utterly unllko tho bottle you
keep other medicines In mid then It
should be put out of reach and away
from othor medicines. A littlu euro
would savo a distressingly largo
number of "took it by mistake" acci
dents, THE RIGHTS OF OTHERS.
The automobllo goes merrily on
reaping its victims, it will soon bo
listed ns one of the causes of death
along with smallpox nnd othor epi
demics: The trouble Is, tho automo
hlllst has no regard for tho right of
Love is unequally
yoked with sickness.
Labor U lightened by
love, hut love cannot
lighten pain or relieve
it. Many a man looks
on at his wife's suffering
willing to do anything
to aid her and able to do
the husband's attention is directed to
Dr. Pierce's Pavorite Prescription and
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irregularity. It dries the drains which
weaken women, heals inflammation and
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"In antirer lo your letter I will ay, my wife
commenced to complain twenty yeant am,"
writei J.wfa A Milter ex-Chlefif.police, oT jj
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kill of twelve different doctor.. She took gal
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uutil Z wrote tu you and you told us what to do
She bat taken eight bottles of Dr, Pierce's Fa
vorite Frcacription and six of the 'Golden Med
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bilious or con
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Always buy the genuine Manufactured by the
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The genuine Syrup of Figs is for sale by all first-class druggists. The
full name or the company California Fig Syrup Co. is always
printed on the front of every package. Price Fifty Cents per bottle.
"We have the BenB,
in Real Estate.
some nice home, tual
be Bold. Choice Bai
Lots. Alfalfa Land fro
acre to 160. Wheat
tracts from 160
lorn i Swag
uoom io over TlJ
Hardware Store, i
One of the finest resiJ
x-cuuiuiuu ii rooms ill B
rjrovements; nnii. i....
S6.500. 12.50(1 itra. k.i. ' 1
Another residence 7 roj
bath, sewerage, electric lijM
lawn, shade trees, within EJ
of Main street, $2,500. 1
Other houses and iota (nJ
Nice residence lots, $150,1
Much Other Town Preptrl
Easy Terms, Where Desired I
C. D.BOYD. Ill Coot
stands over six fpot tall. His livldo
Is short, not over lour ami one-halt
feet, and to her nitimatos slio has
always ueun known as 'I.lttlu Dilly
Bow Logs.' "
So breathes the Kansas spirit ot
good fellowship, of nelghborllness, of
sympathy, fraternity and homely hu
mor. Itcmlnlscenco shades Into con
trast. In four lines the artist pa'"ts
tho sccno unforgettably. A model of
stylo 1C not of congratulation, Now
I'm glad tho sky Is painted blue,
And tho earth Is painted greon.
With such a lot of nice fresh air
All sandwiched in between,
For really fine, choice
Roasts of Beei, Mut
ton and Veal drop in
to our shop or phone
310 K, Court Phone Red 211
MISSOURI BLACKSMITH ON THE
STOCK FARM FOR SALE
I am sole agent 'or the Lee larni of ooo acres, si
miles from Pendleton, on Birch creek. Good
Waier, Buildings, fine Orchard, Alfalfa Bottom.
Terms, hall cash. Will sel! with or without stock.
N. T. CONKLIN.
Buggy and Hack Wheels at Cost.
See us for Wheat racks before
WANTED- First-class Horseshoer
$3.00 per day steady.
Shop. West Webb St.
The genuine, the bicycle
which is the undisputed
leader, is handled in Pen
dleton only hy us. Come
in and see the Racycle.
TT Wliee, Street
The Grand Trunk Gold Mine
Sumpter, Oregon, Gold Mining District.
Is located upon the GREAT MOTHER
LODE system of veins and has for neigh
bors on that vein such well known
mines as the NORTH POLE valued at
$10,000,000. The COLUMBIA valued at
$5,ooo,ooo. QOLCONDA valued at$3,
000,000. THE MONMOTH Q. M. CO'S
BELLE BAKER mine valued at $5oo,
000. THE BALD MOUNTAIN valued at
$5oo,ooo. THE IBEX valued at $400,
000, and many others.
The Grand Trunk Gold Mining and Milling Go.
Own Its Property Consisting of 160 Acres of Rich Gold Bearing Veins
It has no indebtedness of any character.
It has a conservative mining and business management.
It is offering 50,000 shares of stock at 15c per share.
It will become a dividend payer in a short time.
It will pay you to write us for full particulars and to make
careful investigation nf We morltc
It has the indorsement of mining men, business men
uanKers ot Eastern Oregon.
Write us today and let us post you.
We make a Specially of BuJi J
We make them tight 11
always give satisfaction!
work is never sligntea orn
and Lumber Y
UNDER NEW MANAW
H. S. McCallum & Company,
Minors, Brokorsand Flnanolal Agents, t
BAKER CITY, OREGON.
Or R. S. BRYS0N, Local Ageut, Pendleton, Oregon.
Our Weekly Mining Letters on Sumpter, Oregon, Gold Mining t
District free on Application. t
LEGAL BLANKS Wff
. ' m-r gonian for a free cat
alogue of them. A foil supply always kept In stock.
Cor W. Alta and Lffl
L. Neff, formerly oil
Alta, has chaige ot iw
T-innrv Feed Yard, and
r.inQ.fl to care for )0UI
Plenty of stalls, large
loose horses and 1 cattle- J
Prain for sale. Chop J
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place your order with l
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