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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. THUP.SDAY, SEPTE
SEPTEMBER 3, 1903.
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it I'eiKllrinu. nri, by the
EAST OREGONIAN PUBLISHING
'Phone, Jlnln 11
Unllv one yr by mall $-J
Daily, tlx niomtw by mall -,ou
IWUiy. three months by mail
IMHv. one month hy tnnll 0
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VecXly. tx months by mall
uek)y, four months by mall .0
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. . Weekly, three months by mall .. .80
Boat Orejronlan Is oil aale at It. 11.
I. Vewa Stands at Hotel 1'orttand and
ii I', rklna. l'ortlaml. Oregon.
, , Scrlnps M.'Hae New A'socla-
u KrancUeo Bureau. 40 Fourth St.
Cbkago Itureau. 909 Security llutldlng.
Washington, D. C. Huroau. 501 14th St..
Bntered at I'enilli-tnii ncMtoPlef as seccond
I Tliu Umatilla county delegation to
i thf Irrigation Congress is a body of
i practical men, so far as unpointed.
If the remainder of the delegates aro
as happily chosen for their experi
ence, as those already named, Uma
tilla county can expect same results.
What Is wanted from this state, at
i,nt ormv.uitlnn are men who have
It is a national event, and Ore
gon will reap more direct benefit
I from It than any other Btate. ine
records of that convention will go to
I .. , ...,. t MTnalilnirtnn nlld
f lie uuii iiuviuB i
the Individual showing made by each
state will be well considered In the
location of government Irrigation
works In the West.
made Irrigation a success on
It is hard to shout when things
And the world seems a heart
Tt Is hard, indeed, tn whistle a
Or so with a smiling face;
I, is bard. I know, to endure, ah
When we feel the Javelin:
nut ir all things went right
there would be
Ho victory to win.
fleorge Newell Iuivejoy.
Pendleton Is making preparations
I.. ynllr welcome the visiting cl'!es
mi r nhor Day. The busy season just
i a .-iid and the magnificent crop just
harwted puts everybody in the
proper humor to celebrate w'.th a
The reclamation of the ltcho res
ervation means the establishment of
h sugar factory somewhere in Uma
tilla county. Mormon capital is
watching too progress of the govern
ment surveys as closely as any clti
sen of this county, and it kuows a
good thing when it gets a plinipae
The departure from Portland, each
month, of the cargoes of Oregon
Hour, for the Orient, means that more
hind must be opened to settlement
In the West, to meet the increasing
demand of the foreigners for Ameri
can products. Oregon's future is
safe. Bvery natiou on earth cats
her bread und wears her wool.
llrownaville has printed 6.000
pamphlet descriptive of her resour
ces and ie preparing to capture her
share of the coming immigration now
bunded toward Owgon. Printer's Ink
Increase in efficiency just as wine
grows better with ago. When a city
oneo gets a taste of It, It will have
no other stimulant. It brings results.
The mm sensation fiom the Phil
ippine will be the announcement
that Aguliialdo has fallowed (ieronl-
mo into the church. As Agultmldo's i the delegation to Ogdun
tributary to the Umatilla reserve A
few actual testimonials, from the
very mon who scrubbed out the sage
brush and turned the wator into the
first ditches in the county, are now
needed to supplement the work and
bear out the statements that will be
made by the Oregon members of the
Echo and Milton can furnish just
The technical and scientific pro
gram arranged by the officers of the
national association, does not apply
to the question in Oregon. Oregon
Is In the formative period, from an
irrigation standpoint, and while she
is ready to discuss the higher as
I pects and abstract questions of irrl
I gatlon. she must first learn tne rudi-
ments of the science and for this pur
i pose she is sending delegates to this
i 8he has reclaimed 2fi cent an acre
land, on the Butter creek meadows,
nnd converted it into lino per acre
land, with the waters of the Umatil
la river and Butter creek. AVhat we
want to prove to the government an
gineers and to irrlgatlonists, settlers,
homeseekers and all others Interested
tn the reclamation of the West, is
that the renfaining Idle lands in this
county and in Eastern Oregon, trib
utary to these streams, can be re
claimed by the flood waters now go
ing to waste and converted into land
worth at least SlOtt per acre, as has
been done already, with vast tracts
What we want is information on
practical ditch building, and methods
of storing water, adapted to the pe
culiar conditions found in this coun
ty. We have the flood waters of the
Umatilla ai tbe disposal of tne re
maining deserts, and what we want
made known is that this water can
be made to reclaim this laud, convert
25 cent land Into loo an acre land,
and make tbe entire district habita
ble. To induce the government tu begin
work on the reservation now set
aside at Echo, It It, necessary to pro
duce evidence to the effect tunt this
very character of laud has been
brought to a high stale of cultivation
and Is uow producing three emus of
alfalfa pot yenr, under an unsyste
matic and" disorganized plan of Irri
gation. Another matter to be studied by
Oregon is the irrigation laws of dif
ferent states in the Irrigated domain.
This subject underlies the entire
scheme of government irrigation ir
the state laws are Imperfect, bungl
ing and cloudy. U hinder the ad
justment or water rights,, and the set
tlement of the country Oregon wants
inlormatlon on this subject and It
should be one of the prime objects of
The crazy Dutchman who wanted
to seo President Roosevelt yester
day, escaped luckily by not being al
lowed to see him. Roosevelt would
have taken his gun from him and
probably kicked him off the premises.
IN DAYS OF OLD,
In days of old It must have been
Quite hard to be a baby;
There were no patent maltod I'oods
To build up tissues maybe.
There were no mixtures guaranteed
To check eczema's Itching;
No system of massage that could
Create complexions witching
In days of old it must have been
Quite bard to be a girl;
There were no network costumes then
I To make men's senses whirl.
' There were no beauty t3lkB io hear.
No iced drinks to taste;
There wore no callthenlcs for
Diminishing the waist.
It days of old it must have been
i Quite hard to be a youtn;
No guide to courtship could be round
Compiled by Auntie Ruth.
I No "How to Live on Ten a Woek
i And Keep a Family Too."
Without a chance to read such hints
What could the poor yaps do?
In days of old it must have been
Quite hard to be a man;
There was no way to build a home
On the Installment plan.
In days of old It must have Iteen
Quite hard to live at nil.
Still. In the past much Ice was cut
On this terrestrial bnll.
SCHOOLBOY OF 1903.
I RB'G seems i
,1 SOi.D E V.: i' M-R " .n-trTr. '
"We have the BestBarJ
in Real Fstate.
THEY USE THE
-ttCLTi a- 1 ,
-iftisome nice nornos
bo sold. Choice
Lots. Alfalfa Laud from!
160. WUnt 7 1
r.. -I .,,
iiijui ion aC1(!j
v u Clopton, S. A. Nowuerry. 13 V. McComas, ltlgby-Clovc Mfs.
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. T-. nA(Mn DH I'll I'll I-:. LI III.
leUlSCH. Ii.. - .. ,.,, .,..nvrlt..rs
UI.E Typowriter that lias an uie goon ieuii , , "
and none of the bad ones, it also has a tabulator which is a part of
Call and see machine. I can convince you
that are superior to other makes.
that tt has in points
JOHN S. KEES, Agent
741 Main Street
Rihorn & Swa
Koom io over Taylor'J
LOOK AT II
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Poiidliitou Real Estate fori
For Boarding and Day Students. Conducted by
the Sislers of St. Frances of Philadelphia.
Class- s will be resumed SepteS:btr 7th.
For Terms, etc., Apply to
m iiwuimig, staijic iiifL.
ami z 101H- $1 U00
room dn oiling and two lot
Ftlllt, Dlinil.,,1 In..... J, ,
iiiiij iuiuuuu lawn 1IIH !y ! J:
1 l-i'oom hnurdlng house and (
centrully located $j,50fl.
f.room dwelling with two lob I
A numbur of lots somewhat ti,
51I'0 to 51BO each.
1 lot on nat, five bloi frmfl
street, ?00. Other lota o- tS
Much other very deblralj
, for sale. All soln ua
Como und buy
to nnu just wnat n:fi
n::ht price, hoo
..1. r. t nmm 111 r-..i
lomray, nave yuu uccu
Yes, ma am.
Have you ever had your
form appendix removed?"
Yes, ma utu.
"Have you a certificate of inocula
tion for the crouu. chlckenpux and
Is your luncheon put up in nr.
rfnnfc'a nntdnl ,1,1 1 1 CDIlf I f. lllllMPr Tit! 1 1 ' 1
"Yes. ma'am." ! 3l 2-Ylr, ? ft S r
j . "Have you your own sanitary s.au 31 1 1 J S YT CCI
j IRg W1MI UJBlUicuitru uiiiinnis. i-uji .
; "Yes. ma'nm."
I "Do von wear a camphor bag
Mrnunil vitii Ihrnnl !i cillllinallllp life I I
!cVtrhr ",,e,s forii Remember the Place, the Strahon Lodging Honj
"All of thei-e." i
j "And a life nsHuram-c polic ,
j iifrninm nil the encroachments of old ;
"Yes, ma'am." i
"Then you may hang your cane on ,
the insulated peg and proceed to 1
learn nlong sanitary lines " Judge
I Reading for
Do not Delay, tL j
Gifted Man will
not Stay with Y
Parlors 1 and 2, Office Hours 10 a. m.
to 10 p. m.
ifessor J. C. .Mars, who has been 13 3 rni 1" , in 111 H 1 W 1 ' 1 Hi '
af:l r he tiiiineo World s tees Pa inisl, C airvo
ies to his spine. Tuesday, whl-h 2S w
and Mystic Healer, Has No Equal,
So Says the Public
may result In permanent
He fell from the top of
stand, beiore he was
leap, and struck on hib head
of his (living I 2$
ready for the I :'
Income Is very limited, he has Isiu-' facts on this point which can be en
wd a long letter to his brotner sava-1 graftal Into a ruture law for the
Kes on the evils of Rambling. He state.
might aa well preach to. an Amoriuan j (lovernoi Uhauiburlain should up-
Midler. With tbe Klllplno. as long ! point the legislative committee of
"rp ,0 4.
word to anvone was ,
almost impossible." 's
11s there is life, thute Is a "game.'
Hlllsboio. in Washington county.
iHMWts of the distinction of having
established the tint condensed milk
factor) In the state of Oregon. The
etty of Portland Imported 4n.ouO cases I
of condensed milk last year, and It Is
time this ludustry had found a place i
in tbe suite, ir Oregon capital had
Hvan one oye. It could shut out tbe
fmoign article, by grasping the
Bortunltles that are knocking
uvery pockntbook and bank In
Union county farmors are malU
Ing a profit of from ?& Io $G per
month from thoir milk cows. Uma
tilla county imports Hourly all her
Imttor and hur milk cows ate not
utilised. It 500 cows In this comity
wura I'uriiUhlng cream to a I'omlle
ton cioamery. it would mean the dis
tribution of at least $2,500 of out- various mot hods
hve, provided for by the last legisla
ture, and at least a portion of this
committee should go w Ogduu o
study tin legnl phase of the irriga
tion question and be ready to frame
a just and etiiltable irrigation code
for this stale.
The West undervalues the subject
of Irrigation. Land has been so plen
tiful that the pioneers do not fully
appreciate the urgency of the ques
tion. In the Dual settlement or the
When ii is known that Franco is
sending delegatus to thlb Ogdun
congress for the purpose of securing
Information on American plans and
muthoils, it dawns upon the reader
how Important thlb gieat question
appears to other ctvllued countries
France has sonic arid land left, al
though the country has been settled
for centuries, and she is studyini; the
of reclaimliiK it.
"I wan trout'.t ' with feniak vtil,t'
riKft jfr.r-, . -t.. ml more ll.rtii I v
tnu-s Mr t.i.-t Mu-t-T of D in, I
C'... Mont. "M hM"iti-u was li t
a rxieni mat io b.iv
a plr-aunt won! t.
" 1 had two opera
tion jnornnM tiv
Ot'. of th" moat Killed
'lr-'t-oii 01 t!i..- ,-,
but did uot xvt relief
Then, ft'-iut-t mv
doctor' 51rut ord-rs.
1 A.onuuelive.1. l il.in -
j Dr. Piei.' 1- ni.-n,-
Tr eci 1 1 j ii
Golden Me.h il 1),,
j eovenr-,' ant. al-o f -. 1-
jiwed the a d v i c e
riven tu tne (.oninu n
"I continued this
Ueaimcut for three
laoutht, and to-dav
mi ueaituy and
weU as a woman l-ih
U- I cam:. : think
Doctor Pierre cnuiitrh
(' r hii kiud Ictteta
. I'll , TJ2
,u i, ;l y
ltle money, per month, among the
farmers. How long will this hand
sorao profit be Icnorcil by Pendleton
capital and Umatilla county tanners?
It la awaiting tho right man. nnd if
he Is not to bo found in the county
he will come from nbioud. II is too
rich an opportunity to remain lougjo. It. & N. should ho called upon to
i I, iBwdttsMBjiL, i '"''n'8" ,wo special cars, Instead of
Slio 0(11110.1 over f,UIH) miles to get
Information, and Join In the discus
sion of this International issue.
Suioly Oregon can affoid to o
l.ooo miles when she Is o vitally In
terested. The state should havo 5o
delegatus at this convention. The
cases, as a rule,
spoil the "disposi
tion," because of
the extreme nerv
ousness and sufierinjj they cause. Hap
piness as well as lualth is restored to
the woman whose diseased condition is
cured by the rise of Dr. Pierce's Favorite
After eight years of suffering and two
fimtless operations, three months' use of
"Favorite Prescription" restored Mrs.
Moser to perfect health. This jjreat
remedy for woman's Ills, establishes
regularity, dries weakening di.un- hcal
intlatuniation and ulceration mm ctues
The Counnoii Sense Medical Advier,
icoS large ptges, in paper coeis is sent
tee on receipt ol 21 one-cent statu
uiy expense of mailing only.
. is, v. neice, iiuualo,
Multitudes visit hint ilfiuy. What he tells you, (be it good or lui'.ii;j
can dupond uiDii as the truth, lie advises in lovt", lnarriaire, divorcp, tle'j
health, property, speculation, lawsuits, ohanyt's, tivalf, husbands, wivis abi
t'rit-iuib, suceei-s 01 litiluie in huciiii'ss, locates mint-, finds hidden trtmsui't' or
articles, rlis revelations arv wonderlul. 1 here is nntliinir ton nivsterioiis
him t' sOive. Things that have taken place veats at;o, even centa1 ii'-l
described minutely by this wonderful man, while in the death traiuse lairv
ant state. He can communicate with- spirit intelligences and tell you
welia e. Tho ignorant and the skeptic will say "I don't holieva that M.f f"'
cm lie foretold. Thov might toll the iast but not the future" l'h -wv
occuriiu daily in the heavuns aro foretkl years before thoy lake pla-'t-j
utiu-e a-ui eagMi'iy awau tne prophesied uveal. Upon tho same natiu
spiritual laws do I loretell events that aro to take place or those thai you
avoid. .Read testimonial from one of your hest citizens, and manv more h
in my poshession:
Pundluton, Orison: August J4, J'i-j
Dear Sir: -The reading you gave tut: last night was most satisfactory. I hae beel
nuiiitur of so called fortunii toflers, and thus far hove failed to find vour emial. Voii'l
psychic wondur of the aotli century. You told my oast with muthemnrir. nvnr.tniiss. 'M
and nanus you gave me art correct as 1 looked iid the date nf rhinuc nnknniun m atiVl
myself. You deserve the endorsement and support ol this Loiiimunitv. With hest wis1!
out- welfare and that your gifted power will stay with you, I am
Sincerely Yours, C A
Are vou ill? Have your doctors failed in vour case? Then call
great lMysuc fclealer. He diagnoses vour encn nlnirv.mi.tlv n.wl iwlls voI
ciely without askinu vou one snide rmnRiinn il
whejM it is located and give you hack your lost nerve and energy without nm
"jouuocp ,iuiu iv nits mugicai power.
'Mna"r -, i.. i,