East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, March 22, 1904, DAILY EVENING EDITION, Page PAGE FOUR, Image 4

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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN. PENDLETON, OREGON, TUESDAY, MARCH 22, 19W.
SALE OF BABY GO-CARTS, 10 STYLES
S3.35 to S8.B5. materia tbe best, styles the latest., prices the lowest
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THE COMING OF RAIN.
"Marr. my darling. I am ruined
Cabs are for the rich. The failure of
Sampson & Co. has pulled me down. wan, widowed fields beneath a
and when all my debts are paid lj cloudless sky
shall liave but S500 with which to i Look out across a summer sea
FREDERICK NOLF b CO.
face the world.- It was a terrible
shock, and what wonder the little
woman fainted. Only $500. Ruin?
Abject poverty! Sorrow's cup full!
The artist s wife sat with her face
iat the window of their liny room
J i wondering what had happened to de-
( tain her husband. Artist though he
was. he was generally very methodi-
cal In bis movements.
! While her fears strengthened J.
J cab drove ..p tc the house and with-
in it wonder of wonders! she des-
, cried the form of her husband. This
a was indeed disquieting: "Why had he;
tt
valu;
4
! He spranr from the cab. dismiss-
icd the driver with a gratuity and ran
And in their loneliness they seem to(
cry:
"Where are the lost ships of the
Wind and Rain?'
When, of a sudden, Bob White,
whose eye Is true
As any pilot's, and who cannot
rail.
Pauses a startled Instant in the blue
Then shouts to all the fields, "A J
sail! A sail!"
Boston Transcript
Rich-Aromattic-Delicions
At t.jJ . jrvsa.
No coupons, no pnxes, no jouventrt
1 and lb rocu-lijnii"
with Joyful face up the steps.
hoiio and he was tired of work
way so he decided to learn
mysteries" of the brake-beam.
AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER.
Psblhhed nj afternoon -enpt Snnday
at !'-,n(li-T on- Owjdc by tbe
EAST OREGONIAN PUBLISHING
COMPANY.
His wife hastened ijto the hall to J
any- j meet him. j
the 1 "What is it, dear?" she cried as he i J
j came springing: up the stairs, two I
. slpnK nt n tlm
He made the first 2.i00 miles all' "Come inside, dear, and' I'll tell you. j J
right. although I feel like taking the world
i tntr ttv pnnfiiloniR " I
He was Just beginning to pride j ..ohwhat ls u. Pal
i himself on being an expert dead-1
I boot when crash! He slips under ' "Better than that, my dear. I have j J
Have you
Telephone. Main It.
SUISCIUITION 1IATKS.
bally, on year by sail
Dally. tx moottu be mall
IlsllT. three months bj raaU
Dally, one month by mil
daily, per nioath by carrlar
Wr-tlj. one year by mall
TVeetily. ill moatb by asall
Weekly, four months by sail
Serai-Weekly, one year by mall . . .
Seral-Weekle. ali month by mall .
Semi-Weekly. Ibw month by mall
. S5.1-0
. ;..-.
. 1.35
. .30
. HS
. 1.M
.75
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. l.f)
. .50
Tt Kart Ortsoalan U on sale at II 1!
Eietr New Stands, at Hotel Itortland,
tad Hotel lVrtlrH. l'orttaBi!. Orejrftn.
rJon.
Srtpp llcltae News Asoeia
afcm FmnctM-o llur4D. -tiif- Fourth St.
Chiracs llnrean. '.& Senrlty Ilallilin;.
Washtnsloo, V C. ilaiwa. .Mil 14th
SL, .V. W.
Entered at Pendleton txMtoQre as second
cla matter.
I the cruel wheels, and they carry
I bock a mangled boxful of flesh and
bone to the widowed mother, who Is
wondering and praying In the old
home.
Hoys, any kind of a home is better
than the tramp campfire. Any kind
of a Job beats bumming.
When you think about leaving the
home and the imagined drudgery of
the farm, just imagine yourself com-
I Ing back a crashed and mangled ;
I corpse. J
' Better for you that you never see
(outside the county in wuleh you
i'were born, yet live to be a useful
cititen. than that you get a glimpse
of the world, yet become a tramp in
doing so.
Half the men tramping today are
isold the oil that I did last summer'
And what do you suppose I received
for It?"
"Oh, I don't knov. Fifty dollars?"
"Pouf! I received every cent of
S500. little girl! Five hundred dol
lars! Now I can face the world."
And the twain went dancing
around the room like crazy marion
ettes. Five hundred dollars! Pros
perity! Plutocratic v-ealth! The cup
of Joy bubbling over' Charles Bat-
tell Loomis
THE LARGEST TUNNEL.
the Alps, j I
The Simplon tunnel in
one of the greatest works in the
world, is rapidly approaching com
pletion Its total length will be a
little over 12 miles, of which dis
tance six and upward have been
penetrated on the north, or Brigue
side, and four and upward on the
south, or Italian side, leaving only
THAT
EASTER
SUIT
Get one that is nobby and fits you
perfectly, one that is stylish, com
bines the wearing qualities, and will
keep its shape.
Our facilities for furnishing you
with such a suit are unexcelled, as
we represent the most artistic tailors
of the country. We guarantee every
suit sold by us to be just as repre
sented. Every suit is made to the In
dividual measurement of the pur
chaser. We never disappoint a customer.
'.inine- , . I soutc. or Italian side, leaving only a
. doing ho without a just cause. Two-. fraetlon over one mlIe yel toe
J0ERGER, THE TAILOR
CORNER COURT AND GARDEN STREETS.
u 1 o w ijav) 1 a e ct
Ohio is the last to respond
to the roll of dishonor. The
story of that Springfield mob
Is homjie It is sad enough
when one man does a murder
ous deed. But the revolting
savageness of the multitude
Is infinitely worse. To look
Into tbe heart of that beastly
mob is like looking into the
mouth of hell. When the ti
ger leaps forth in the man.
that is terrible. The tragedy
is not in the loss of life. It
is in the loss of reason it is
In this sudden transformation
of the man into the fiend: it
Is in the revelation of tbe
baseness and brutality that lie
so near the surface of the hu
man heart. Herbert S Bige-low.
thirds of them refuse to work long-
jer than a Jew days In a place. They
are forcing employers to turn to for-
cijiu lauur in onier to nave a sure
source of labor with which to carry
ion their enterprises.
a J Boys, be something permanent in
a j the community. Better a thousand
j times a steadfast, faithful laborer,
j than an adventurer in clover today.
. in pauperism tomorrow. Stay at
, home.
pleted. It is expected that the two
sections will be Joined together in
A GROUP OF BEAUTIES.
The showing of ladies' watiw
have added a large number of t(J
uesigus anu new styles to oar ill
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I latKCT US9U1 UJUCUL I1PTO fh
:
I, ar mnnh .n ,1 1.. , ,3 1 . . . .
mav De mmcuit nut nrires a-m v.i.
- . ' " MO
IU l SCiULUUU,
LADIES' WATCHES from 5 j
Wurrnntprt mnrpmfinl in
year case. J15.UU.
GLENN WINSLOW
Jeweler and Optician
Postoffice Block.
"WHAT HAPPENED TO ITr
"Oh, the old story Horse shH
bolted, rattlety bang snishf
You see ue result Fix It up, old
man, the best you can and as quiet
ly as you can." Our friend had Us
wagon back in short order, sttaefc.
solid, not a weak spot in it, ui
looking "as good as new" jtyJoi-
the coming May or June, and it wiii ) aaaaa llis example when in like tro;i.
1 i
And yet. if workingmen could af
ford to buy tickets, many of them
would do so In preference to tramp
ing. If fares were one cent per mile in
this country, millions more people
would ride than do today. A lack
of sufficient money causes the la
borer at times to take the risk of
tramping.
Cheaper fares would indure men
, J to work more and travel like gentle-
i men. It would enable thousands of
, poor families to take trips for pleas
tire
not be long thereafter when trains
will regularly be running through
The organization of the work is of
high efficiency. No sickness exists
among the men: the use of the
Brandt drill Immediately suppresses
all dust and there has not been a
single case of miner's phthisis, al
though some 3,00u men have been at
work for five years.
Detective Hawley rescued Jose
phine Scott and Nellie Russell from
a north end saloon In Portland, Mon
day night. They were of respectable
families and their parents thought
them out at an Innocent party They
were drunk with a couple of hooi-lums.
$500 REWARD FOR WOMEN
WHO CANNOT En CURED.
Backed up by over a third of a century
of remarkable and uniform cum. a record
snco is no other rerntdy for tbe divr-ue
and weakneves peculiar to women ever
attained, the proprietors and maters of Dr
fierce s Favorite jTwcnption no f:
WEINHARD'S BEER
Manufactured of the choicest materials only
Where the highest quality of beer is desired, Weinhard't al
ways fills the bill. It's pure and wholesome. More Weinhard't
beer is sold In Oregon than all other beers combined.
Call for
WEINHARD'S BEER
Peter Mendernach is distributor for Pendleton and it will l
ways be found on tap at his saloon. Full supply kept in cold storage.
Exam.ne our Winona npm,
hacks and buggies. They hire vjtl
clad hubs, run easy made ins li
dded timber and warranted to Us
perior to all other makes We Vi
them in stock.
NEAGLE BROS.
Big Brick Blacksmith Shop.
Notice to the Public
STAND FOR PENDLETON.
I
and education and would brine ! ful'y warranted in offering to pay e )c j J
all nan of th ,..,. ,.,. . 'Wi money 01 lnei n.ieo aes. lor anv ,
H UHIfl I I 111 II 1 I III I I I I I HUM I M 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 I I HiHI
The school board has now met the
demands made upon it for school
room In different parts of the city.
Three modem buildings will be
rected in three principal residence
districts of Pendleton, thus accom
modating the bulk of tbe school
children by bringing the school
house home to them.
This arrangement has been made
after a careful, earnest canvass of
the public school patrons. Tbe
board has conformed to the letter of
public sentiment in distributing
school facilities over tbe city.
It can do no more until you auth
orize It to proceed with the build
ings. It Is for your children tbe
board is working. The overwhelm
ing tide of school population is
crowding on them. They can neither
check it nor turn it aside po they
must bravely meet It by your bal
lots. There are a very few people in
Pendleton who are opposed to the
public school system, because of pri
vate schools they are helping main
tain. To these people an especial
plea is made.
The public donations from Pendle
ton and vicinity have largely built
and equipped the private institutions
kere.
When these donations were taken
no questions were asked as to the
private uses to which the money was
to be put. It was to be devoted to
education, and that was sufficient In
ducement for Pendleton to give.
Now be as fair as those who have
giten to you in the past You will
jieed and solicit help in tbe future.
Join in this effort to build up the
public schools and with tho same
ueasure with which you give it shall
be meted out to you in future.
WHAT I..AKES MEN TRAMP?
Closer to-! cae of Leuconbea. Female Weakness P-j. 'I
I gether. , lajxm. or Falling of Womb which ttey '
Th.. am r ..,. . , ' cannot cure All they ast l a tair and
There are fewer tramps in Europe' iwionable trial of their means of cure.
todav. in the mnnirioc i . ,T
governments own the railroads and
cheap fares prevail than In this land
of boasted libenies and high wages
It is a subject worthy of thought.
It comes home to every thinking
person.
Tbe campaign in Umatilla county
promises no exciting features Poli
tics will cut but a small figure in the
county offices. The people care much
less for party than for good govern
ment economically administered.
They want to see the graft eliminat
ed and the same business principles
applied to county affairs that would
be applied to private affairs. Coun
ty expenses have been reduced over
15,500 from IS02, and while a saving
has been made by all of the officials,
the most noticeable reduction of ex
penses has been made in the office
of assessor, which coat ISOO less In
1S03 than the average coat for the
Past seven years has been. There has
been an absence of costly county lit
igation, also, which has materially
reduced tbe expenses, and if the
county court will now cut down tbe
extortionate county printing bill from
over 1700, as presented, to J250, the
actual commercial value of that
printing, the general expenses will
have been very light. The taxpayers
are watching these signs and will be
guided more by business interests
than by politics in the coming election.
He celebrated his 19th birthday ly
dying the death of a tramp, mangled
tmder the wheels of a train.
He left a good homo, voluntarily
and started to see tho world. He
had read several yellow-backed nov
els, telling of the wonders of tramp-
dam and the glory of being a daring hand.
FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS.
The banker's wife sat at the win
dow wondering what could have de-
tainea ner misuami usually so me
thodical.
At last she saw him step slowly
from tbe car. This in Itself was dis
quieting. Why had he not come
home in a cab? What could have
happened? She hastened down the
stairs to tho front door and reached
It just as ho did.
"Honry, what Is the matter? . Why
are you so late? And why did you
come in a car?"
Oh, ray darling, can you bear bad
news?" said lie.
For answer she gave lilra her
' i
There are tbflvucdt of tick women drafrirmc
oot a wear) mucrable existence who would be
well and happy did thev bwt hae my txprn
eace wrth In Pieree'a faroruc lrecnDUou."
writes Mr Annie Lenman.of ic6 larLnn &,
! niceratii
dead with maaramation and i
Tras nearU
tioa. J en
dured daily unlold axonv and life was a burden
to me I had used medicines internally and
externally until I had made op my mind that
there was do relief in sifht for me. A fnend of
mine endorsed your PavtmlePrrscription, and
I determined then lo pTe it a trial It took
eaueoce and perseverance far I was in a bad con
dition, and had lo mae your medicine for nearly
four months before I was cured, but what a
change H brought from despair to happiness
from miaery lo I be delightful. exhiUratinr feel
iai that only health bnnn. I would not change
back (or a thousand dollars Your Prescrip
tion ' is a grand medicine t wish every ski
woman would only try it aad be counnceil"
Dt Pierce's Common Sense Medical
Adviser, in paper covers, is aent Jrtt on
receipt of 31 one-cent stamps. Adorns
Dr. R. y. Pierce. Bunalo, N, V7
J. L. VAUGHN
Electrician
Prompt attention given and all
work xaeuud properly.
Blectrleal Supplies of all kinds
OFFICE" -121 WEST COUBT ST.
(Tribune Building)
HOLT BROS.
Side Hill Combined
Harvester
The latest improved two-wheel, side-hill combined harvester has
proven a boon to wheat raisers. It is the most successful, moat
economical and easiest machine to operate ever builL
These harvesters have been given abundant trials right here at
home and all users are highly pleased. None have been dissatisfied
and .all are high in their praise.
The Holt side-hill harvester on a side hill ls able to stick to
the side of the hill, while the header will slip down the hill. The
main wheels are vertical, which braces the machine to the side
hills. It works equally adapted to level land.
The Holt harvesters are sold exclusively In this section by
E. L. SMITH
2X8 Court Street, Pendleton, Oregon
All extras for Holt machines on hand.
. HAVING SOLD MY COAL AND
1 WOOD BUSINESS TO L. W. Mc
J iADMAS, I DESIRE TO THANK ALL
. MY CUSTOMERS FOR THEIR LIB-
2 . ERAL SUPPORT GIVEN ME IN
J THE PAST AND ASK THAT THE
'SAME BE EXTENDED TO MR. Me-
ADAMS, WHO WILL AT ALL
TIMES KEEP A LARGE STOCK Of
GOOD, DRY WOOD AND KEH-
mcdcd f-nM riM u&fun WfTM
I, Ul I UWnw wi. 1 ini-u
WHICH TO SUPPLY YOUR NEWS
IN THIS LINE.
I SHALL FOR THE PRESENT
REMAIN IN THE OFFICE WITH
MR. McADAMS, WHERE THOSE
INDEBTED TO ME WILL PLEASE
CALL FOR SETTLEMENT.
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P. P. COLLIER
WHEN YOU WANT
RUBBER STAMPS
REMEMBER ME.
I manufacture every style on W
mounting and carry a complete stock
of Pads, Inks, Racks, Daters, Rubber
Type, etc SEALS, STENCILS, Trade
Checks, Door Plates.
Write me what you want. I i
please you by return mail.
WESLEY ANDREWS, Baker City. Of-
I 1 1 I 1 1 I I 1 1 I I I I I I I I I I II I I I III I U I 1 1 I I I I I I 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 t I 1 1 1
Its
THE BEST
THE MOST VHOLESOME
PROPERLY MILLED
WITHOUT A SUPERIOR
tlon
v),.i S Ki lB1""i ."iraiia. constipai
),01..,. 1 1""'"". Coot, BUIouineu, fcict
II A Eland errous Headache?
Don't sell jour lurnitore or pawn roar jewel,
cry to bny rvmedlet for these disorder It !
not necessary.
"Hill's Rheumatic Pills"
Coat only 23 cents, and htra cured thousands
during the last hundred yenrs
My. p. A. Iltu. Last summer I was troubled
with rheumatism so badly I was dt-abled liom
work, but a of joor pills cured me so that 1 am
am as limber as I waa at 18 years old. I have
been In Wisconsin bat two months, and with
one and a ball boxes of yoar pills I have aured
three cases. Voors truly,
II D. Hirout.
Greenleal, Minn
At Your Druggists
BYERS' BEST FLOUR
The Standard of Excellency.
PENDLETON ROLLER MILLS
W. S. Byers, Proprietor.
Always. Remember the Full N.-jmc
I raxktive jjrotno Qulaine
CureSaColdiriOncDay, Cripin 2 Days
on every
T'WL.i' box, 25c
THE BEST
IS THE CHEAPEST
Bear this in mind when jou
need poultry and stock supplies
and ask for the International
Poultry and 8tock Food. Ue
Kow Kure for your cow trou
bles. C. F. Colesworthy
127029 East Alta SL
Agent for Lee's Lice Killer-
All persons knowing
themselves to be in
debted to me will call
and settle their ac
counts as I need the
money.
Conrad Platzoeder
Meat Market
Walter's Flouring Mills
Capacity, 160 barrels a dar
Flour exchaneed for wheat.
Hour. Mill Feed. Chopped F
etc., always on band.