East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, May 23, 1904, DAILY EVENING EDITION, Page PAGE FOUR, Image 4

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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, MONDAY, MAY 23, 1804.
AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER.
rMMittl every aftornoon (except Sunday)
at Pendleton, Oregon, by the
EAST OREGONIAN PUBLISHING
COMPANY.
8UUSCKI1TION ItATES.
Ixliy, one year by tnnll
ltolly, lt months by mall
Iallj, three months by matt
Dally, one month by mall
Dally, per month by carrlar
U'rrtly, one year by mall
iVrrkly, tlx months by mall
Wrrkly, four months by mall . , . .
Srtol-Weekly, one year by niall . . .
Steal-Weekly, sir months by mall .
Sal-Weekly, three months by mall
with tlint spirit of thrift which madu
tlila a notion of Independent nnd
hnniokooplng peoplo.
31 ember
Hon.
Hcrlppe-Mcltac News Assocln-
The East Oroironlnn Is on sale at II. II.
ftkh's News Btamls. at Hotel Portland,
and Hotel Perkins, rortlnnil, Oregon.
S-an Frauclsco Ilureau. 408 Fourth St.
Chicane llnreau, 1100 Security llullcllnc.
IVaahluBton. n. C, Ilureau, B01 Hth
3L. X. W.
Telephone, Main 11.
Xatered at Pendleton postofflce as second
class matter.
There are ghouls in Indus
try, men of intellectual power
and energy, who employ their
rare abilities in devising
schemes to wax fnt upon the
sweat of other men's faces, to
li'e without working. These
men may not break the law.
They may be eminently re
spectable. Their plnu may be
merely to take advantage of the
law's imperfections. They may
dedicate millions to enter
prises of great pith and mo
ment, like universities, libra
ries and art galleries. Yet an
impartial judgment, at the
close of their lives, wilt hold
that they profited by unjust
laws and said no word to point
out the injustice by which
their fellow men were robbed.
It is not fair to denounce, nor
even blame, such men. They
are not necessarily guilty of
conslous wrong doing. But
the man who, seeing the wrong
defends it to win the applause
of its bcneticlaries is a pious
fraud. What's tho Use.
JOURNALISM.
The first of the great congresses to
be held during the St. Louis exposition
was the World's Press Parliament. In
Its membership were delegates from
ercrj' country In which newspapers
are printed.
Some of them came from nations
here the press is restricted within
limits so narrow that a paper Is little
more than a handbill, advertising such
matters as are agreeable to the olllclal
censor and forbidden to express opin
itam. except such as are indorsed by
she- governing authority.
Ko, on through all stages of control
and limitation, the press of the world
met in the land where It is the freest.
It Is one of the wise sayings of the
author of the Declaration of Indepen
dence that error Is not dangerous, pro
Tided trutli Is left free to combat It.
In that was the foundation of the lib
erty of the American press. This
liberty is often abused. It frequently
degenerates into license. The power
of the press for publicity Is used by
jume to Indict individual oppression.
But, in the final result, a free press
has in it healing for whatever wounds
its licentious use may cause.
The address of Secretary of State
flay In opening tho parliament was a
Ttnrficatlon of the policy and purpose
or our government, the source of free
speech und a free press.
3fr. Hay Is himself a practical Jour
alist, and the Inner workings of the
press are no mystery to him, for he
has held a desk on a metropolitan
journal and did his dally share of the
labor of putting the world's news, and
thoughts, and vices and virtues In
font for digestion by the peoplo who
read.
His plea for mutual forbearance,
cleanness nnd cheerful good humor
ka the press was addressed to many
who had sinned against the principles
be laid down. But It gained strength
and influence by his confession that
he. In his active career as a Journalist
had, like thorn, somotimes yielded to
temptation and had used tho weapons
.of offense and defense somotimes
moTv in satisfaction of his tempor
than in vindication of his good taste.
The nowBpapor as it Is known In
this country has undorgono great
transformation from Its original moth
h! and motive. Formorly men who
had a message nnd a motlvo sought
lo promulgate both by founding a
newspaper.
That was Franklin's purpose. Ho
Relieved that certain prlnclplos in do
nestle economy, certain rules of liv
ing and certain views of government
uould bo put boforo tho peoplo. This
raa bis mission nnd ho fulfilled It by
founding a newspaper,
Jt Js assorted that his maxims of
thrift and industry Itnpressod tho first
kalf century of our national existence
Tho Interests of Umatilla county
which must bo handled by tho office
of district attorney nve so much
greater than those of Morrow comity,
tliut this olilce should be filled by a
man famlllnr with every detnll of tho
I office and Its wide scope of activity In
tills county. While the East Oregonl
nn hns objected to tho election of a
railroad attorney to this office, thoro
Is no choice In this phase of the ques
tion, as .both Col. Jnmes H. Haley
nnd Mr. Phelps nro employed by tho
railroad. But from the standpoint of
public service, and from tho stand
point of ability to meet the largo re
quirements of tho office arising
almost wholly from Unintllla county,
there Is no comparison botweon tho
two men. Col. Kaloy Is eminently
bettor qualified to handle the ofriec
economically. Ho Is peculiarly fitted
to moot the situation In this county,
because of his long residence hero
nnd his extensive law practice, reach
ing over all parts of Eastern Oregon.
From nn economic standpoint, from
the standpoint of public service. Col.
Itnley Is the choice of the taxpayer.
We Will Buy
A 50c. Bottle of Liquozone and Give it to You to Try.
Nineteen students nre grudnatlng
from Pendleton Acndemy and Pendle
ton High School this week. This num
ber should bo doubled next year.
These Institutions should turn out
double this number of capable, hope- j
fill young men and women each year,
and by constant labor on the part of '
Pendleton people such a happy result J
rt'ti be attained. Both institutions are
on the upward pull. Both are widen
ing their scope and strengthening their
attachments to the community nnd
with Just a little co-operation. Just a )
little Interest, Just n little thoughtful,
earnest work on tho part of Pendleton '
people, at home nnd nway from home, !
these institutions can bo made to '
draw the best classes of people to this
city. All school-hungry peoplo aro
good peoplo. All homes founded for '
the purpose of being near a good
school, are advertisements for the
town, and its surroundings. Shiftless I
people do not seek school facilities, j
Attract people here by the excellence !
Liquozone is the only way knovn to
kill fjcrms in the body without killing
the tissues, too. It is the only way to
end the cause of any fjerm disease. It
is also a vitalizing tonic with which no
other known product can compare.
It is new in America, and millions
who need it don't know of it. For
that reason, wc make tins remarkable
offer. Wc will buy the first bottle- and
give it to you if you need it. We will
do this gladly to let the product itself
sliow you what it can do.
We Paid $100,000
For the American rights to Liquo
zone the highest price ever paid for
similar rights on any scientific discov
ery. Wc did this after testing the
product for two years, through physi
cians and hospitals, in this country and
others. Wc paid it because Liquozone
does what all the skill in the world can
not do without it. Any drug that kills
germs is a poison, and it cannot ,bc
taken internally. Every physician
knows that medicine is almost helpless
in any germ disease.
Not Medicine.
Liquozone is the result of a process
which, for more than 20 years, has been
the constant subject of scientific and
chemical research. Its virtues are de
rived solely from gas, made in large
part from the best oxygen producers.
By a procesi requiring immense ap-1
paratus and 14 days' time, these gases
are made part of the liquid product.
The result is a product that does
what oxygen docs; and oxygen is the
very source of vitality, the most essen
tial clement of life. The effects of
Liquozone are exhilarating, vitalizing,
purifying. Yet it is a germicide so cer
tain that wc nuhlisli on everv bottle an
offer of $1,000 for a disease germ that
it cannot kill. The reason is that
ccrms are vegetables: and Linunzone
like an excess of oxygen is deadly
to vegetable matter. That is why
Liquozone kills every disease genu,
and with a product which to the human
body is life.
Germ Diseases.
These arc the known germ diseases.
All that medicine can do for these
troubles is to help Nature overcome
the germs, and such results are indi
rect mid uncertain. Liquozone kills the
germs, wherever they are, and the re
sults arc inevitable. By destroying the
cause of the trouble, it invariably ends
tlic disease, and forever.
Aslhtus
Abscess A nemla
Uroncblfis
wood 1'olton
llrliilit'a lutein
llowel Trouble.
Coutiris Colds
Consumption
rolle-Croun
Cnnsllpntlon
'atari h--Caneer
llTsentrT IHarrbM
Dandruff lrropsjr
Hiy FoTer Influeaia
Kluner Diseases
Ijv Orlppe
loucorrdea
l.tyer Troubles
MalurlH Neuralgia
Many Heart Troubles
Piles Pneumonia
Pleurisy Quinsr
ItbeuuiaUsui
Skin Illnesses
hcmfulA Hrpbtllls
Btutuaah Troubles
Dyspepsia . Tbrost Troo blM
Kctotua Erysipelas Tuberculosis
Kevors Gall Stones Tumors illcen
(loltre (lout Varlooocele
Uonorrnoa Uleet Women's Diseases
All dlsenspfl that begin with fryer all lnflamma
Mon-nll catarrh hll oontntMous diseases-all the
results ot Impure or poisonous blood.
In nerrons debility Llquoionoaots as a vitalise,
aocompllsliluft what no drugs can do.
50c. Bottle Free.'
If you need Liquozone, and have
never tried it, please send us this
coupon. Wc will then mail you an or
der on your local druggist for a full
size bottle, and we, will pay your drug
gist ourselves for it. 'Ibis is our free
gift, made to convince you: to show
you what Liquozone is, and what it can
do. In justice to yoursell, please ac
cept it to-day, for it places you under
no obligation whatever.
Liquozone costs 50c. and $1.
CUT OUT THIS COUPON
tor this Oder may not npnrar again. Fill out
the blanks and mall It lo the Liquid Oxono Co.,
4S-I0 Wabash Ave., Chicago.
Mydlseaie Is.
I have never tried I.lquozono, but If you will
supply me a Mc. bottle free I will take It.
1 3 4
Q 12 Give full address write plainly.
Any physician or tinspltul not yet
rill fn snttpttfMl tor a tern.
using Llquoxone
of the schools nnd no further recom
mendation of the newcomers need be
asked.
The taxpayers of Umatilla county
have had personnl dealings with T.
D. Taylor und W. D. Chnmberlaln, re
peatedly during their terms as sheriff
and clerk of this county, nnd the gen
tlemanly, orderly, economical con
duct of these offices has been a con
stant source of pride to the people.
Mr. Taylor deserves re-olectlon with
the same handsome majority that
marked his first election, and Mr.
Chamberlain deserves the promotion
which the peoplo of this county have
seen fit to offer him in nominating
him for tho legislature. To elect
these ofllcient, careful, painstaking
men to tho offices for which they have
been named, is to set a premium on
efficiency nnd capability, and will be
one of the most telling advertisements
which the people of Umatllln county
could give to the world. It will en
courage other conscientious men to
give the county good service by mak
ing them know that good sen-Ice will
be a passport to any gift in the power
of the people.
The Deschutes Echo says the
Boosovolt administration suspects
everybody in Oregon of fraud, bIiico
the corruption in Oregon land offices
has been exposed to the public.
Every federal appointment of Import
ance has been made contrary to the
wishes of the delegation in congress,
and the Ijwls and Clark appropria
tion was cut down to almost nothing,
and that to bo expended by a commis
sion chosen outsldo of Orogon. Yot
the Oregonian says to give lloosevelt
a rousing indorsement in June.
F, B. Holbrook, candidate for Joint
reprosentatlvo between this and Mor
row counties, Is not a member of
tho state nor county irrigation asso
ciations, although he has had ovory
opportunity to Join and take an inter
est In securing irrigation for Oregon.
His interest in the subject is confined
exclusively to tho largo private hold
ings of the company he represents,
aiadys Brown, of Sharon, Pa., dlod
of hydrophobia, 21 days aftor being
bltton by a dog. She was 4 years
old.
SO TIRED
Yet you toss about all night, unable
to sloop. It's your nerves that aro
unstrung. Weak norvea aro starved
nerves and you, thoreforo need some
thing to nourish nnd put vim and vl
,mv into them. For this particular
duty Hostottor's 8tomach Bitters Is
highly Indorsed by physlclnns. It la
ulso invaluable In cases of Poor Ap
irummnla. Indlnestlon, Dyspep
sia, Weak Kidneys, Biliousness and
Malaria, Fever ana uuc.
you'll try It at onco.
HOSTETTER'S
STOMACH BITTERS
DENTAL PARLORS OPENED
I HAVE OPENED MY DENTAL PARLORS AND AM PREPARED TO
TREAT PATIENTS IN A MORE SATISFACTORY MANNER THAN
EVER. MY PAST RECORD FOR HONEST, HIGH-CLASS DENTISTRY IS
UNSURPASSED AND THE LARGE PATRONAGE I ENJOYED WAS
DUE ENTIRELY TO THE CLASS OF MY WORK AND THE REASONA
BLENESS OF MY charge:.
IN MY PRESENT POSITION I AM BETTER PREPARED THAN
'EVER AS I HAVE ADDED ALL THE NEW INVENTIONS PERTAINING
TO THE DENTAL PROFESSION AND AM USING ALL THE LATEST
METHODS.
I INVITE ALL MY OLD PATRONS AND THE PUBLIC IN GENERAL
TO CALL AT MY IMPROVED AND UP-TO-DATE PARLORS.
OFFICE AT THE SAME OLD STAND, UPSTAIRS, NEXT TO BROCK
& McCOMAS' DRUG STORE.
1
DR. C. J. WHITAKER. SSiST"
HAYING TIME
SIGHT PRE8ERVER8.
The little lenses of clasies joined
by their franie of nolo or nickol are
wonderfully potent for good or evil.
Properly fitted, they build up tho
eyes nnd preserve the sight improp
erly Qtted, they tear down and de
stroy. Heading a few lines of print with
a pair ot glasses Is no test. Tho
sight must be tried by modern and
scientific methods.
We have ovory facility far making
tests and can supplr any kind ot
glasses required at moderate cost.
GLENN WTNSLOW
Jeweler and Optician
Postofflce Block.
Fancy Clover Leaf
Creamery
Butter
55c pet Roll
at Our Store
Despam & Clark
Brings a demand for forks,
scythes, hay carriers and pulleys.
No matter what your wants are
In this line, wo can fit you out.
We keep the best of everything
In the hardware line and prices as
low as the lowest.
W. J. Clarke & Co.
HARDWARE AND PLUMBING,
211 Court St.
PLUMBING !
and SEWER WORK j
I HAVE A FULL LINE OF PLUMBING GOODS AND FIRST-
CLA88 WORKMEN; AL80 MAKE 8EWER CONNECTIONS. E8-
TIMATE8 FURNISHED ON ALL WORK. WORK GUARANTEED.
T. C. TAYLOR !
"THE HARDWARE MAN."
741 MAIN ST.
y t'T tl -M a
I Buildl
Mated
A. .
t
SASH,
and
Made t ..j
Per, lime M
"M, wood suttl
anrl .,...-
uvrcuing, 1 i
1 v u ,
? Lumber
I A,ta strt. Opp. J
PAINTINGS
PAPER
mi
TVe do only jood
at right irlces.
Our facilities
We are experienced h
iness, and all work
our personal attests.
Neatness and pits
No matter ht
In painting or mm
we'll do the higher. (
work. Inaoor uj
painting.
! I Wilson & Cam
Shop on CottomooJi
j nenr N'nagle Broi
X Black 1013.
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TTTTTTTTTT
We Want to Do Yovt Plumbing
Our long oxporionce, tocothor with our unoxcollod facilities for doing
Hin host work., nro nt your sorvlco without extra charge.
Good lmnost work always done. That's the roaso. why our patron,
are always satisfied.
BECK, the Reliable Plwmfce
Court Street, opposite Hotol Blckero,
REAL ESTAl
SOME GOOD PROPERTY TO I
$1,900 Elegant new eljlta
ldonce; corner lot, wil
toilet, hot and cold flic I
blocks from Main street
$1,000 Lot and good (ocr-rtaJ
bath, toilet, sewer, etc.
Good neighborhood.
Thrt'f' nuarter Bectiom I
land with extensive top
All under cultivation. Not
In the Inland Empire,
Four hundred acres fine 1
Can be had for a trifle. W
itself In two vears.
A Bind; ranch of 5.0M IS!
valuable improvements aslnl
nuce of water
Another of 800 acres. Soki
ones.
Choice vacant city tot
will lunn yon money tot
BOYD & TURN
Successors to E. D.
Insurance, Real Eitile,
111 Court Street
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A RUNAWAY TEA
. . IH1 dtf"
U sure to do more
a carriage, but J1,
wear and tear, bring J" .
Neagle's. WhiU 1 our
widespread fo r doing w
prices, wo -- .
J few good people who
that we are unex-
and we wont tnem w -WeUayeteVVJ
Rex buggi". - , us
world. Coll and see w
tie BbcMoW A
Stover Gasoline BMW H
reliable.
GOOD DRY W
AllKto
J ?fV
wlucn i -7
reasonable prices
For Cash-
W. c.
MINNS
.j.c at
LeaVC Cigar Store