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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 101
I DIALS IN POLITICS.
Tbere be ideals even in poll tin.
Tbare be lew of these ideals realised .
Most men turn from a nrofessi i
politician M from on tainted witii
dishonor. Many, too many, of these
politician! are actually disreeptctable
in tbeir practice.
Here in Oregon conditions differ lot
from those obtaining in other state
Here the young voter olten lias b88l
taught the damnable doctrine B8
win in politics men must jol a id il. -naucb
and lie and smirch, and that I
is fair in the war of the election.
All it not fair in politic. There
geutlemen may be gent. emeu, if
to select. There men will be Kent i
men if they he gentlemen upon otbet
Just now the lines are form ni-.
Plans are being laid. Material Bra
being assembled for a tight that proa
i see to was warm before the gad
June, 1902. Oregon has matter- .1
ing thorough discussion. Issue pfggi
for settlement, right settlement,
eminent is not administered rlgtltlj
in county nor in state. Official! in
many placet use their positions to ad
vance their own personal interest
Methods have been disreputable, and
the people hsve consented 11. full
knowledge that those methods were
uch at to shame the devil. This
should be corrected, in a degree, hi
least. No practical man expects
tbe political Milleuium inaugurate
Oregon just now. Something
nine millions of years must elapaa be
fore will come . consummation go de
voutly to be wished . But a little im
provment may be achieved. 8MB'
what of cleansing of the Augean sts
idee may be accomplished. Tin
eeter of the politician may tie slightlv
bettered, perhaps. Young voters may
perchance have a less aBBBBBMMMBI
example of tbe worst elements of the
men engaged in conducting cdiupsitfii
No one expecte purity in a nniuM
Bnt to expect that decant people will
try to obviate some of tbe foul smells
arising from tbe pool, and even sTJ U
dry and eieanse it, certainly is not 111 -
also are competent. Thorouifhness and
faithluluess must mark his discharge
ot duty, if the Oregon democracy is to
make a showing such as it is possible
to make during the coming nine
month- Mr. Montague is a practical
man of affairs, with personal honor
and bigh integrity. His selection will
be endorsed In democrats throughout
tin tate. It wai Capt. White's first
act oi importance. His tlrst act evinc
es sound judgment as a chairman.
1 Iregoii is advertised
in this line than is
the continued efforts
I' man goes
He doe more
of the fortland
Chamber of Commerce. Portland
Board of Trade, Portland Press club
and the other nodies with the high
sounding tite that make attempts in
Colonel li.inan recently vmted ""alt
Lake City where he wrote to the Salt
Lake Tribune us follows:
"I see the Tribune of tbil morning
seems inclined BO poke a little polite
and erudite tun at me on the climate
and weather quction and vet. even
if I modestly claimed all it savs I did,
would there no: he some manifest
kiruuud for my claim'.' Could anybody
reasonablv dispute it?
"Here yoc Salt I.ukers and I'taliaus
generally had been for nearly, if not
quite, two horrid, torrid months,
masting broiling, iricasseeing 111 your
nn'ii .:. ! ."in a: temperatures
ranging from H to 11 degrees of ite
henna lis- 'lotuets in tbe shade of
your beer-saloon refrigerator; with
nut a drop of rain in all the time to
cool vour parched tongues or freshen
1 1 ne and catar
luches to two
on all your hi
"I roll in
with the Mass
my pockets an
ifuriuentr ail I
like I In les than
are pouring a
the unjust a
la and cauta'oiipe patches;
Utt) dut, a I. ite, huffy, alka-atsrrh-aggraxuting',
t" lee! more ir i-s deep
gaiiays and ovways.
on a -Port Line train,
td mists and corpse-re-
of ( iregnu bulging out
J exhaling I rum all my
gripsacks; and behold!
twenty-lour hours rains
II over Utah tailing on
well as the just on the
the Nea.-. a well as the
TUB POBCB OP PUBLIC OPIOION.
After all, it is the unwritten laa
that carries tbe must weight PwMfc
opinion is seldom, n fact, never long
disobeyed. What the people demand,
that 11 done. What tbe people inter
dict, that is not done There ir mm
speculation concerning the BBBl B
nor in which to handle the problem of
anarchy. Governors, senators and
presidents; kings, lords and perl 11. -mente,
emperors, reichstags an o-
putiee throughout the world arc Bt
terinf tbe situation, ami BjsjMlloi
as to what law may bast be passe,
eradicate the extreme advocates
civil government. Even an interna
tional congress may be sailed to
formulate concert of action by al. Bit
iliaed nations. This is natural atstf
all tbe world is aghast at the latBBf
crime ol those who follow the red n 1.
Yet. after all tbeee rulers and repri
suntativwe and congresses 8881
wrought out laws and ed Ids . SB
planned an universal campaign,
which will down the anarchists will be
public opinion, whether It he emu !
led in statute or exercised merelv as
tbe 'lex nun scripts, " tbe unwritten
Beueath tbe system of statutory law I
governing this country are the princi
ples of the common law. More potent tide
than exacliueule ol legislatures ai
doctrine based upon what eve,rv m
couoedes to be right. This if any
thing will eliminate auarchiat Ir n
any land. This will drive its BdJtsM
enta into obscurity whence they ilar.
not emerge. The unwritten will of al
tbe people, or of the preponderating
majority in its last analysis, the res
governing force of human society.
DBHOCBATIC 8TATB SECRETARY.
Tribune the mud is As deep as the
dntt wat on all your ioug-dmughted
avenues: al. the truck patches of Zion
are tilled am, the thanksgiving croak
ings oi frogs, and the thermometers
hsve 'taken a tumble to thetntelvet'
1 roni the hundreds t ttie seventies '
What more could vou ask'.' What more
could I or anybody else do to promote
your hie, liberty and pursuit of happi
ness."' "Seriously, I. cannot see why your
thousands cf wealthy L latins -and
L'tab is full of rich people should ,
sutler the torments .,( climate tuey do
every summer, w hen .lOsolute relief is I
s near and s easy oi attainment. It
is only about thirtv hours to perfect,
paraditean comfort. Hundreds, it not
thousand, of your people go everv
summer 10 the Atlantic coast That is
a trip of three thousand miles, and
hundreds of dollars of railroad fare.
And tlie climate of 'he A tlantic san
ation is in better than that of the
American Head Sea shore not even at
"Oue-fuurth id the time and money
Would tilKe them '.. tin ' ' n coast -the
shores of the Pacific icean where
all perfections of scene, surrounding
and climate meet.
degrees belnw tern in New Fnglamt
and northern New York, and 40 to 80
degrees below nothing in the Dakota;
blinard whistling at sixty mile an
hour, snow piled to the tops of tbe
lamppotand telegraph poles, whiskey
freetiug in the glasses from Minnesota
to Ms mis tint frigid death and horr or
Miking 'M-ry where. While in Port
land, Of., ns - budded and bloomed,
2nd lawn-mowers were running all
through November, Meceinber and
faanafyi bipI, ll Kehruarv. spring hud
donned her sweetest and fuirest robes
of leaf and flower, and birds were si nit
ing their love songs as tliev ball! their
airy hemes, the last week in hehrii-
ary, one maunnlia tree at The Patle
or., charmed tbe Presses and the sin -
bine with over 500 full-blown blc.
"This summer, tbr whole enf and
s nitli including your m re.tlisn-or-
dinaril v-blessed 'Holy Land' Imve
seethed and sweltered, as tliev do everv
summer, with intolerable heat. 1 rnm
Maine to Texas people have died by
thousands of sunstroke Bnd Oalof leal
prostrations The press diiatch
have repnrted ovet 100 death from
these causes in New York city alone
in a single day. Kven you fsaint- of
the I tab Zioh have sweltered for
weeks with intolerable climatic hid
"And in all the time there ha Ml
been a night when the dweller in
western Oregon and Washington have
not slept under blankets, and not a
day when they could not look out up
on the everlasting snows that wreathe
their mightv mountain lops. We have
no hliisatds, no tornadoes, and no
thunder-storms; no hot weather in
summer, snd 110 cold weather in win
ter. There is seldom, if ever, a dey
in the year when flannels and light
overcoats are not comfortable, or a
night when heavy blanket are not a
necessity. K'.owers bloom and fruits
and vegetables ripen in the open air
all the venr round, and magnolias,
jessamine ami oleanders unfold their
fragrant loveliness as they do in far
southern lands. Trees and grns are
..-1 as ! :ving emerald in I'eceniher
and January, and the snowy crowns of
Mount Hood. Mount Adams, Mount
aint Helens and Mount Kalnier-Ta-coma
glisten white and dazzling 1:1
July and August.
"I have had a roaring tire in ny
stove to dress by every morning this
vear. and there has not been a night
that 1 have tint slept under the same
covers 1 used last Christmas am1 New
Year's. The actual range of the the,
mometer in Portland during lust
month averaged h", degrees
"Si have a g, ri n- en beaches
a there are on earth, grand scenery,
wood alive with game and streams
swarming with nine varieties of speck- !
led trout. Wr- have the only glacier,
in the world to which you can go on a
bicycle or in a carriage. And we have
the onlv genuine gateway to the Or
lent, of which you hear so much, and
u yet have seen so little. Come up
and refreth your eyes, heart, mind
and s u I to say nothing of the rest of '
vour anatomy. ' Our latclistring is al
ways on the outside to victim of less-'
favored climes ' "
knows that sx4 WW
cury is a danger- g C8a4lt b9V W
ous medic : n o
even when administered in very small doses, and
few const it tit can stand it for any lrnrth of time.
Potash produces inflammation of the stomach
and bowels, and a dangerous form of dyspepsia and
often chronic w its use.
Cootar-ious Blood yon must take 'these mineral for two years or ionjrr ,
first, a course 0 M and when VOW teeth get so sensitive and sore thai JOB
can't cat, nnd tBB nasi have a sponpS . unnatural sppcarance, you are toiaw sioj
end a c h o. -c to Potash i made Vhc'n tlic stomach rcbcU you are put on I"CurT
again, nnd SO on td in ;,nlum, or until tbe y-stem becomes so thoroughly Mtumieu
with thl drugs that the most disgusting sores break out BBBBB ooay
the bone 1 and the muscles and joint are racked witn the mosi
torturing pains. Mcrcnrv and Til tall drive the eruptions and blotches tromwf
skin, but the vino, remains in the blood nnd the reappearance of the old srmptoms
and the occasional sore mouth show that the poison is stili srtive, and you can
never hope to complete! eradicate it bv this methixl of treatment.
O. J. OTVy
When X wr about twenty-one years of age. or
iahtnen years aro, I rontraoted Blood Poison in a
bad form, and am aatisfied that tbe rapid prog-re
tbe disease was making would soon have made me a
life-Ions' Invalid or ended my Ilia. As my systsm
oasne under the Influence of 8. 8. 8., ths sores,
splotohea and p.mphss s-raduaUy disappeared nnd soon
no evidence of the disease was left. I am now thirty
nine years old. and have seen no slsns of It during
the past eis-htexn years. 8. 8. 8. does all yon claim
for It. V." Si. EKFRSOK. Psvsh. Xo.
J J J
nnti.lote for this de
structive virus, and an
infallible remedy for
this peculiar poison. It
destroys and eradicates
every "particle of the
poison, and makes the
blood as healthy and
pure as before the dis
ease was contracted.
S. S. S. it the on!r purely vegetable blood purifier known, nnd weoffsr 1,000
for proof that it Boat dm any rtrneral ingredient whatever. The general health
improves as the Bnecific Purees the sTttem of bnnnrities. am', r -new, rich blood
Ins to flow ht tha Veill sores and other e-. i.'.cti e ot blood poi
t'.isapnaar; strength return and you are fofsver rid of I .-.,. dtseose.
Our Home Vrt itment I!i.k on Contagians Blood Poll I J B n'.l aliout the
svmptom. dif ercnt "this dtaaase. Wtwilltl BCOBJ free.
If vou need ndv ilirej tlnaB. write on j : It will cost yon
BiUf, uud may L THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO. ATLANTA, uA.
l-ARK ASH WAOHINi.TON RTHKIT
A. P. rm strong. LL H.. Principal
A prsctlcsl. t'Togrrssn-r school rorsi(riuins
for lhoroii(jli wWffc, "Uh haielrr.l l (rrsilnntrs
In BesklMM lsl.kri icrs snil stenographer
Atrrs.h promt of I high stsnihtid w-hrrrvct
kwSwB. U sn.i.litv grows lrttrr snd Iwttcr
Open si! tie yr.it stinlrnls sdmltlril snr time
ITlvstr or ils Instruction. IsHHW what snil
BOW wr Irs.h. in.l wh;it it costs. Cslnlognr free
Hosril ef Directors
p. r THOMPSON PBBaiflKHT
"IK 1 11
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s I Itv
D. B0U CO II Kit
tovin M KfNNI
Don't r-orjret the Fifth Annual
1 WALLA WALLA
SEPT. 23 to 29.
LARGER, BETTER, MORE AT TRACTIVE
than ever before A world ot fun
Takr a week's reet from hmilUfll cares. In-ifip your
Vlifi and ohlrdrea and enjov the fan.
W.i'iHT tvlf hratwd hand from SeatUfl nil furnitb
the EDtlfio all week.
Liberal Premiums paid tor
FRUITS, GRAINS, GRASSES.
"The climate of to- iregon coast is
a realised dream of paradise. Tliere
arc tic xtreuisa of lemiieratore at auv
season Ih-Iow Hit- snowline 011 Kiel
mountain peaks. The mean tempera- j
lure of 1'ortland lor twetitv-ei(lit years
bas been 5 i degrees. The mean annual
temperature ot the coatt region is 61
degrees, tne tnermoiueter rarelv rising
itnove ,e uegree in ti e summer or tai
ling below J degree in the winter.
In Coos county, according to the Unit
ed Mate weather nureau rsporti for
twenty-one ear ne mean tempera
ture for January, tin- coldest month,
has been 4o degrees; and lor Jail and
August, the warmest months, 5a de
gree a 'otal range I r tin- veer of nut
I r.very temperate HMM grain, grass,
fruit aiel vegetanle and many semi
tropical fruits ami flowers flourish;
and yet, there m,t a day in tbe
vear 8888 one cannot, if f.e Will, wal
low in h sn iwdritt 10li feet deep, or
seat I, in-.- a: i elerk- a mile
j .a- and 500 feet thick, by i l.mbiug
a lew nines up soiio- Imge in .nntain
sa3 ai fp- t.p'i-I'.ns; and t
1 pupil' I'rspars b.o
B, - ,tm!sst.n to an'
' f tcisntl achool 01
i jj ,.r sin! for bus
mWt ' " - . ,
cetsiogos and pamplt eontatnlng '
N If "
J W HILL. M. I
p. q. Drawer 1 '
: CAIMT HELEN'S HALL,
A Home and I)a School fordirls
at'sir. ur asp BLOOCTIOII
Lleanor Tehhctts, Ph. D.,
Tin- siiisil unVr t. .irl- 4 nr...i nl ttnrnUih
Tlue se Imir sKillxi u.ncr in thr Music Itr
tan t itr ui
Pemsioo i. nvsli r..r si iilil li . uu. auiuiilr
l or Uhaassssd tntsf-.
MLKAJtUli E. TKHBKTI s. Peln.
-f II. I. Arti
MM M Ta)
f Newhro's H"I n ut
He iliwovvn 11. .1' :
ssj tlie nucruUw rvsfi
1 makes dandnifl anil I
U w list OUf
lot Sale st sll first-' laa Prufl Stsree.
flBaHBBHt '. s. iliy
In Selecting a Carpe't
Von will bnJ the largest assort
ment to select from at railing's
store. Near goisl here in all the
lit..' in-'.-u", th- irr-Mtes; curi
ata ami the lHt value for the
money. Yon can find just what
vou want here and just what vou
need. The best carpet va'ues
ever offered in Oregon. Wall pa
per cheaper IBM ever. The won
Jerful improved rotarv White
sewing machine, buv ho other
until ymi try it.
Bishop Scan Academy.
i'OK I LAND. OKLGON.
A home School for Boys.
Military and Manual training.
Faii term opens Sept.
GOLDEN KI LE IIIITEL
BBS BMSV 8', J-w-
r v. L,,JiBBi
UU rv 11
irnin , 0111
' lir U to
ars bsnif ihurnuguly runo
H ec ivc.i Bixlvrii uiaiuuus
ys rscaivv csrolm atlsutluu
We 8S our BBBJ worK and guaran
tee (he same at lowest price
Kst 1 mates given on all kind of
cut stone. Kull stock 08 hand
It will pay you to see our work
and get prices lefore placing
near 0. K. X. Pen.lk-tun
Cor. Court and Johnson Sts.
Slsasa bsat Electric Llsbu.
Auirii-au Plau. rat ll.i. u :
kurouMii bin, jot. 7V. It.uu
Capt. fjam WinU) has appointeil
Kicbard W. Montague to be secretary
of the democratic state central com
qiiltSM. Mr. Montague in a i'ortlaud
lawyer and a loyal democrat. Upon
isioi will devolve tbe execution in de
tail of tbe plans to be formed by the
state committee General features
will be out! mod for him, but he must
eee that tbe worrying little matters of
attention to tbe interests of that party
are attended to careJully and efficient
ly. Competent state chairmen such as
(Japt. White cannot proeecnte succeas
I campaigns unless tlielr secretaries
"Last winter, a yoa dountiee re
meatOstr, was a now ling terror of frig
idity all over the hapless Last with
tbe thermometer crawliug down to 'Jh
And Every Form of Torturing
Disfiguring Skin and Scalp
Humors Cured by
ststcla. rales by wees or month
Free bus fleets all Trains.
Commercial Trade Solicited
Fine Sample Rooms
Special Attention Uiven to
CUNKAD KOHLEK PKOF
Hi 1 top
or niusirsie.i valaluguv write to
AKTUt'K ( NKW'ILL.
I lie Pendleton Academy
PUPA MH KoK-
Tbe I'lamieul course preparer for eu
trail.-.- o Frewhman daw i BU0U ,1
kmm it ale. (MooatOU ami Stutifurd.
1 lie institution ha,, ,eli plesred Upon
lb ' Accredited List be the rJuvts Board
of hducatioii. m, that graduates, are ad
mitted u. stale ceriilicausa.
A business course e.)Uai lo the liest
business uollege Is oOWnd
Fall term Iwjfins S-puimber Ktb.
u .HEV K L TOBBB4, II. Ph.,
ivi. iieion, Oaajan. PtiaolpaL
I It s. m.
IM a. m.
Sslt I .L. ,.
ttv. si i;.k,t
o sn,i Km',m
w"lla Walla I
k''' . I'birasn .Jt Zr
weean ana K.ver Scheduk
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l ues rhn
" " ijcuiing,
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Ties csi' '-"'iisud
1 l.uvc Atturis .,
9ss it r , n 1 11 . ti.it
air. Ddiiev udueri "a.T
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'Ioiiik-, riiKi.i K;ve,. wiiiis
1 in- 1'siiea.
11 Mt l Al.ll
irnvc I bu Kallss . .
Uiase Tlis Uslles
Arrive 1'ortUDil .
e 1 1. IB .1 I'WUM III I i)-.1a:ii
r ".i.- ... 1 ur
Sunday in us s 1uh.1i
has t'i sraiusst iceui
I Unci, fur um. ls-s.
aii.l IIimhI Kivur
IjlIllllIU- Kllilt U. Al.lSI SMI
! I'm in..- H i 11 . . I'.misou
1 1 l VL' 'K, Art.. Astoria, Of
HfN M Kll.L'iuS. An: t us lislta is.
i 'Lri til' .v w ..1;- vj.-iiu, StiK
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U 1 v ri , asi.. suciarsr. Mwi
. W. ( rtic'il I is. aki.. i'..rtiss4. on
Frederick Nolf. Agt.. Pendleimi
1 1 nun
1 . mi 1 i
PW nhloaan. Bt PaaL St. Lm.
lk I'llv. "it. Jos-. Oiualui 88
AH Points bast and South
l oi-ilsnd and points
on the ouuil
TIME I'Attl). SKIMKMBBB L Ml
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I ..ill 11111 .1, I.... AriOf
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til poi , Arrive
s : 16 am ; apoksi
I rKril.un 'S
II ur .Jules
M A1JAMS Al-
I i, l.e lu
CALUKKIILAU, 0. P. A.,
8 alls l
1 H i
C1B0 S4CV44U. Hrop
uiewntly Purotbtied sisam Heattd
Block and a half Irom depot.
Sample koora in connection
50c. 75c, $1.00
Oregon Mortgage Co.,
B a ssia a 1 tt sill Is.
t V. I IH "
UtfOBTSO BHOLIil W
irrniTT bobtkb OH lKAi
ALL IV I !. r I -
LUMGUH i i f t i '
-41'UI IT' ATI Is r I. Ttt
111.11.. . a a a a-
, -,1 l.rui nf the Fatuous Ml"
linu; uever here before :
ai losiasi 888881 rates.
CIIAS. F O. PATTULLO,
Walla Walla, Wash.
Oiiiluieu'.. Hi' itrui skin no-. ami Usll uku
a full iloe of fi'Tici ua ltKs.iL.vaxr. Tins
Irsatiueul Mill afToril iLULant, relist permit
rssi ami sleep. sad saiai iaaiwii, panaa
ueut, siul seouoailoa uuie wli.m All ela 'ails.
U'K arc itau pwiple and las ooly peopls la lbs
aadrjlsry busiusas lu Haudlsluu ttial sui
pluva full force of untctiauiua h year aiouuS.
aud inaks our usu Saddlss, Uaruses, SIC., and
'toaotsblpibeui Irom tb tacioriss Ukesoiu.
ui uu oiuputiuirs sail llisii tell you tb.y
"n1 iiomc mane; uui laey .re uot
Leadiag rtaraeas aad Asuldiary .
Usily Kast Orsaoniaii, delivered
only 1 canU s sroak
kspcciai aiwullou tis.a
Oregon Lumber Yard
For barns and dwelling
Obeaper tbau tiu.
Liuic aud Ceiucut,
Krick and Sand,
Screen Doors v Wmdowb
Sash aud Doors,
Terra Gotta Pipe.
Borie & Light, Prop's
Alta St., opp. Court Hun
VAMNILL AUD KLCVESlin Ti.
TMWul"aJ la ih. kM,- w o., ,w Bast -
BbJaM at avaolai alien Uoo. To tak. Mrust box
Umn "-rellanl bualft.- m. .a ... u. ,n, rk U
aas aeca duin. . .
m -,.u imai yinf
eaau sum aunt
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