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i E IT .'" 'a nd othprn to iiinM' arc Uoonly allvp
r w'AS tyjtQ (yAJ to tlu.ir Wat Interests and alert let
I... ...i iVim ...... nri htialnes from ntinmil ih well as at
- . - honuv Their Diottr i i.-t th poo
wkpn INI' y , ovi;ii;i:k pc , ,. know m and the net is
asj " Thi Ragi invite all its mad
1UIIA. IffiBtLLI ABB SKMI-WKKKU pr vlattitu Pandtetea in eatl nana all
. lt advertising MtroM there ami lie
' - Ott Publlnhlnit Company, .
AT. cnavtaced tiuu the liberal savsrtlssr
NMMKM n. okfook. u a r,,. th(, nuflt HtwrnJ to truilr
mil kvMCKirrinH tv with
i.'- T nail fea
Jf..r r. MUM, t,y mill t p,
;. ,;, ' SHEKELS SHOULD RAIN.
Sag ftw tt ,
.T.Vr,w". v'"",rT"m Portland ia bow spring snbeerti
V?if 3jjS5iV 'f tlons for the Lewis and Clark OentfNi
""" maii i iiiiiiiiriwi iun'm nlal aaftneftiea UM it is gratifying t.
&J 7r" :''B ll" rernainder or t ii Htm. in mtn w
4'4i"'. . : g ths nthntlnaaj with trfcjen the mat
irffjffiiiSSu'i ls ti:ii of iiiuniii:
I'. ,' , ", ",;v :;""''!' ; I'm timid irous.H to mnltc a . u i
l".,'"V .' . 'WW' ""i',!.',;', ' : IS l,,r ii' Tsoif ami to mlm that tsoo,OM
'. .' '. ' ' .V,' .'!!V ciiaMiMMkp so smlilenlj that the world will won-
l;rn;r.-ia 1 , I :. r ii iVparlii 1, frt n mil ' ' '. ,M1 Ht It.
S STrS f T4 T , But n is. right thai this ah ..in i
...i,li. -ir.i. A lr.,t ..fr.f-.l, 11 Scml.Wtahl? WaaSjl af n . i , ,
bi .. : omi.M.t i.. .u, uh uM4Mct MM I'lll I'ortlittlll tlllllt. H 111 ! Ml.:, till
uniwim, inuiKHiiM. Matnannaa vxpoaltlon if Portland da not ant
. i ilti iragoti la ivnarnl WUI not 'i"
THE LOCKWOOD LAW. J,li,, BOW th' ,n" '" ,h' XW
sition ii ii aa dntoraatnedfand it i"
r ... i .1 . holiiK ili'-i'rtuttUMl hy th . i I'll .'
I?, an rlalntad, tlif supii ni court a ,
ilf isuui uihiilitii; th.' l.o.'kwood prl , , , .
i i , , , c and th- p op i tu whom tin nn.
mar pM-tion law. dcprlv.. .loxoph SI
It la a wt-ll oHtalillRhc.l principle of
law aa cnartcil hy oonsrom of the
Hultcil HtatcH. that title to lamls
known to he mineral at the M at
Hinvcy dmH not pas to the Htiit.
tinder any act of ooncraaa, ami the
fact of the knowledge of the mineral
character of these NUUtl does not de
pend upon the returns of the United
States deputy surveyor, or any kaowl
edge of the state land board, Dttl Ii Is
datarmlnnd a the testimony pf nun
patent, reliable witnesses to tacts
through personal inspection.
nion of hla power to dictate election
honrils in Multnomah county that d
dalna marks a atop In the progress or
Oregon towards purer suffrae K. i
man years Mr Simon litis represent
ad the element thai follows tin prin
ciple that "the emi tnatlfan tip-
mans ' ami that, therefore bOCOttae
thiay anttana in a at ana act af poiiti
cal doctrines It was rlKht to do anv
thlnj! ti enforce them
Tin situation to well pentad men
has aaaa tlii . it Mr Maaaa retain
ed control dt the Mnltnoaaah eannty
lection ma. liitiiM he would he ul
moat the illctiitoi he tortnarljf was.
and the antl Simon foreea in that oun
tj would am reel nake an orgnrilxe 1
tintu . if it wan otherwkM, then Mr.
thaoa'i ehaacot ware ran p,,,i la
fact. it. waa air.-ady practieallv ahOni
nf his power
This may l. extreme fot Mr. Si
BMM Ik not yet 'dead ." politically, for
InnnM as it would he were he to lia
aapatienced su. h a deattao Vol it is
not fai from an exact analysis of tin
situation anil the supreme court's de
cision alio Mllafaotlan to most I.
til people of the state for most ot tli
PaOph Hi til"' State III.' lint MtlppilM
an or .Mr ttmoa
ENVIRONMENT OF VOUTH.
it is . ennunon anying that old
niunih and buchellors an always ex
pert fivers of advice as to how to
bring up children I'loPalily. If some
of th old maids and hachellots wen
to apply sonn i. then theories In the
aonereta the) would fllaaaaor that 'x-
H it'll. . is tile liest tea' llel
How. er. tt.ere are certain iiiucl
les that d.'jieinl fur theli understanft
niK iii.on i oiiunoii sens. , and there
for anyon. with averaae mind nia
IHTtiiietitly enunciate them. And
OUe ul these is that euvlroliiueut .a
one of the essential parts of a child's
training fining ot precept ai. !!.
Im with effect, unless with It lie 00a
crete llluatratiuu of whut the pranepi
III. Illii- Teachers Ul e expected tu do
much lu the moral training of the
youth ami this the muat ueceaaar
ily do It Is a duty they cannot ea
cape fur their ver prcseucc and de
portmeut will H.-rfurce aerve aa one
ot the dateroiluing elumeuta ot the
development 4 the child's . Iiui u t
In In- address mi Monday evening,
Mr. 8 V Clllan. of MilwauKee. he
fore the teachers association, elm .
dat. u this thotiKht and added sonn
thiiiK that it will he well for all c
heed and that Is that th. hOMlpjf aaM"
not lliacharKe the illlt he I .1 glfig to
the parcut. and that those who con
trol municipal government are large
ly eapuiiHlhl- im tn. inoi.ll atitiu nt
the cuinuiunit When m a tuv i. are
vic aini rlee'i aaaawnvaaMaa it win
larajm i.- dlaVniM to train the youth
to avoid rtet Wt environment will
nullify the teaching he receive, in
school or elsewhere.
H. W. ODELL S STATEMENT.
ii w. Odell ot Bnlem rot nei Ii ot
the state Innd department follows
flovernor (Jeer's letter ancut the
achool Hen Inndi wrltlai thus
Snlem. Nov. LM. (To the BdltOT -In
aloe of the fact that several of the
eastern Oregon impels have set forth
with soin show oi assurance that the
BanagemeBl or the state tamt dapnrt
in. nt if- iiinl has he. mi guilty 01 wrotm
doliiK to the Injur.' ot th- Individual
oltlgeaa ana Ike anniaana school fund,
I um aware of the ta.-t that th-se spot
mile cffti.'ions n"e pnwnad In the in
t iest or political aspirants ntthei
than the pnhllr weal, yet In lustlc to
th- slate laud lioard oust and present
' wnnt 'i Btnna aa anvnrnlahnd itato
tii-iit or the truth, "the whole truth
ami in it h lei: hut th- truth " I
assume all responsibility for the
tniih oi mv tntetaeata I realise
nowevei that my aldllti to stat
clearly the ta-is nun he lau'tv
Hut niy purponj lu i his atntoment
Is to deal With exl'stllin fni'ts. facts Ot
today and of flu nast six years. I n
dor the law there are two grades of
school lands Fits! what is known as
revulai school lands, etnliuieeil in the
llth and Mth sections These lands
bnve baka, sine. IM7, rated at tl U
pet aere. and are sold to any cltisoa ot
the United Matea ot w ho aaa doolai
ad his Intention ot hernmlng such, on
propei ai'pi Btl in qaaatltlee not
to aaeeed MD acree to one Indlvidaal.
No more is i'M'i charged and no l sa
is ev.M accepted Second. Indnanlt)
selections or lieu lands This grade
Includes all lands In the Iftb ami Mth
lost to th. state fot any cause, su-h
as settlciii-nt prior to surveys, frac
tional ami OoverO Blent reserves mm
ami lands, etc
it therefore follows that a deed front
the state for any lands mineral In
oharactei is roldnbte and rold oa
proof or the knowledge of the mineral
character prior to the date of annoy,
not by any act Of the state, hut hy
the laws of the United stui-s edtnin
Igtered Uirongh tin Dotted Btatet
hUld department hence It la rnrj im
portaM that nil quoettoBa ol title be
adjnated at an anrl) dat.
The second proposition Is
the reason that mulct the slow pro
coses ol the mluillK laws of the Tall
ad stnt. s wherein the application fot
title to a mining claim must in (lied,
and the proof oi the mineral character
eetabllahed it would tnkc many yean
to cover the most aceaaathle tnlnlni
dlstrh'ts. by which time all opportun
itv to select valuable indemnity laada
would be none. It Is not n Man
to take time ami apace to elucidate
the facts herein stated with reference
to a s ly adjustment Of titles, the
man statement is sufficient. No loss
accrues to the government ami the
state school fund Is a ureal uatttei .
gainer in that it receives 100 per cent
mine, net for Its lands, ami in imin I
late sub s Th. government
nothing tor the reason that the mdl
that would thus pass to tin State as
In n lands would. If not so taken be
gobbled up by railroad syndicates inn!
timber treats It Is a matter of Jus
tice ami patriotic dutj to Increase ami
nr. 'serve the common school fund. We
owe It to the present and rising gefl
orations H an earlv adjustment no
harm can come to any eltlxen. hut
much kihi.i to the commonwealth
11 Constant J
IS not only a Source of gmt Inidily dis.'niniorta j
f .U 1? . .. -v UIIU Dm I M
lixicry nvn um- tu ttifsv inaiijrtiant lrstvriiifr r '"-I
the patient becomes nmrlncHv 'Z P"l
unliealtliv state of tin- nervous system and
and rloomv. No one could be othc
srwise when haunted hy the presence kSi
carrying with it the lift Huids th,,, -SS!
fenng ulcer naturally fills the 8ff
SfJing the dull, throhhincmr XT
s the tender tissues and reaches the bone. rwwwim
ItKiktnc sore, with a continual dischi
in eating, lingering ulcer naturally fills h. .Jr"!
" "t snnm.
i ire, rrom wiiu u there is a slow hut -. .' 1
.v . II. 'II.
of eellow oi rcenish tvatery matter, and feeling the
n oeuetrates the tender tissues and read
lov healing, stubborn sores are dangerous.
lli M Kl
S.'iniO crprm J.,
large or small, that dt,es notnrnZ 7
. . u
.. .... . .? ..foe, i:.ir.iiv iinrr
' - v ., mui uni'S Hot T,m,...1
I. ll.. Iitl I . - l.iitft tttVMI till- lttwif t ( III triif. tip wgrff - .1-- . r1' 3H(
, . -IX. ...-v.. ..v. hi v y t mil i ii or nui u
. f - MIU1C .
Ali.uit n year .isro I SfTOtS tho Modioal
f partMest of gem oompani to aoar
t in sfhethei ernei geui s s s. would
, e.in.'v. aemy arlfs bad ene oa hes
.... arhioh three or fatty of th" best
e (tui'Sa Craatuu. Iowa, iwlvi '.id her to
ant er raiaoved with a plastsr.
ni iptofyenr letter, I benght See
ii i a ad h" c iiimenrad to tk it,
in I in Irtm. than ii.-'tt month aha waa
I ii 1 1 not write iron until new in-
i nu I v lutmltoaes if the caucsr would
CO Jii back Sgain There aN no aymp
. . m .1 ret urn and 1 writs in
..in t .i ethei knew what u wanner
ml madh iaa your h 8. 8. In. Mi wife
ii M.it . bo'il.H. lint tliH Caucnr
area ouri d after she had tuu.iu m or 14.
SS tlioutfh your S H S. tuuld not
i. liiirlily rncDiiiinoiutfld.
( I niKEOAR. Tim low.
and oilier parts of the Inidv.
and the almost imperceptible
tumor or lump upon thehrca.-.t,
;ls often result in Cancer as the
deep : and more frightful-looking
ulcers. They feed upon
the same morbid and destruc
tive materials that are gener
ated within the blood, and
inflanini.it ion and destruction
of tissue will continue just so
long as this impure matter is
curried through the circulation
tO th fnn. --" 0
vary oSaiuiv,. i
1111 turn I -I A.
, '"1" K) Hotj
I hud hoat
'' my I.tapj22
I, ...... .. . .
tn evn aoatki
i ii mil me. i ttm
ever known. g; gjS
BO ponad. 1 mi
""iwny ny mi
their wonderfel aau
"uy io vnu t Im
to any one wl.au,.
J. B. TSXBBsx,
The unlfena atrtaa at litis arad.- of
lllllllr. liar been Hee tSU.'i. $J.5ll all
a. re Neither niore nor Iohh hax iu
bees taken Th.- mode ol procedure
SOME PENDLETON HOUSES
Tu. Kagle ' alia attention this wank
to it fito eoinpliiaont of adverti.
niuiitb from rnnillaloB mere aaa ts
l.ittle wonder that 1'iMidloton druiva
her trade troin a humlrcd miloa aouth
and fifty atUag north ami glmotrt an
equal dlstauiu i.aat aud west from
that pi mreaalvo town Hin h mon
aa i' K Kooauv.'lt or the BOgtlWI
atori , 1. M Lyons ol thi' St. Joo De
part man I Store, Frank O.Oara. the in
Qroeen comganjr, L A. Frnsasi. nro
p. kKor i the l -aillug hool. and ata
ioiorj B'u"'. Kottppen's Pharmacy
In the Mtttet ni selection and Male of
thlt, srade of land In and Iiiih beea
slace ISN fin the Htat. lami asonl
hy dlrei'tloil oi the Kolernor tu H"
' ' on the application ot a pnrtiani
ar. anj traets of indi'tunio lamiM hip.
jeet tu SBtr) ax BMOtt. upon the bhow-in-
ul Milul ImMe 1 e. an equal area
of parti- e' seirtlnns i. m M wkfcsh
hae ueeu loHt to the Htate for llliy lit
the above xpeeificd onaaea, ami the
Hat muat ghW atate why aiieh tr.irta
MIM'.'Ifled a. hllhe hale heel! lost to the
Htate Thll Hat la then .Sent to the In
cal l ulled States laud oAflS of the
ilistiiot in trhkh the laud appliud for
is Bttnatod, on receipt m whic h to
gether with a fee of $2 for each 1H0
aefm or hmetlooal part thereof, the
reaidter ami ri'i'dwr approve the lint,
if it la found that th.- Innds applied
for are Mhjaet for entry If not. the
Hat If rejected am! returned If an
proved in the local land office the littt
la then forwarded to Mo- general land
offfc. ami there the risk! of the Htate
In pasHed on. If tin haae submitted
and the selection made an found reg
alar ami within tn.- rulea, the IIhi Is
then "clear Mated" tn the Htate. and
full title paneH Otlo rwine It N re
It htih h. en aaaert.-d that hoKlla and
fradulent applicat ionii have heen ae
oepted. This may be true In a few
Inatanoaa hut of thla I have no knowl
tdaf liiit I do know t:.at In every in
atanee of acceptance the applicants
Wan in proper form, duly verified and
prima facie Kcnutne all of which the
hoard Mat aaaapt aa leal and right
upon laatf face, on the rightful pro
sumption that tin parties are acting
in Kood faith until the contrary la
proven. At the date of the
Incoming of the preaent artmlnlatra
tio.i practically no valid haae could he
had for the (election of lieu lands:
only one possible supply remained
unadjusted, unascertained and that
waa what is known aa mineral lamia.
In all land uraiits to the Htate fur
K-hool or other purposes all mineral
lands an- exempted, by which exemp
tion all mineral lands known to esiat
at date of. or prior to, the acceptance
and approval of the public Hiirveva,
on any portion of the lHth or Sflth
sections in Ike mate are excepted
from the r ant to the stale for school
purpose hut for which, when ggeer
Utined the state Is permitted to Helect
Indemnity or lieu land acre for acre.
It la Hot propose.! tu dlHtlirh the
rights oi unv citizen that the laws of
the Htate of Oragoa ov of tin- United
States can protect It Is not propOS
el to put any CttlSOn tu any costs to
protect n valid right, hut it is propos-
eel to urse a speedy adjustment ot
; ii, tl, i i i
e .- ,,- ,,,, ni.-n.-ni ,r,-
JfN slide -itir. can he added to the common
school tnml. and 1 feel warranted in
the assertion that no right minded . it
n enn crWelas the land board
and met hods oaa he other than "ti
thuslastli ally In favoi ot a si i ad
hmtment on the lines ludli ated
Nu member of the slate land Poind
tut! am financial Interest In tie s.
lection ami sale of theoe or any of tan
stale lamia. No "raUe-off" i? sXpOCl
ed or re. elved Kvery acre selected
mans SJ0 to the school tuml with
out commlaaioiih or coats Tin state
school fund is not taxed tu meet the
expense of ad Indication nu poor
home seeker Is denied his homatead
rinht or mode to pay aaainst his will
mote than It would coat him to get
tli. vame gntde of lauds trom the irov
erunieiit The cost of adjudication is
paid by the pnmhaaei ai boa lands
upon his own free will ehooaing
What Ih beini 'lone tu this business
I "i)t by tie st.it. house syndicate or
a prlvlledxed claas. but individual en
terpriss sabjoet to grant ax peace ami
limited tu amall marKitiK for the rag
OB that all lauds subject to selec
tions as lieu lands are subject to entry
under the Ihws of th. I'nlte.l Stat"s
at prlcea fixed hy ucts of conxreaa
I have given the facta aa they ar".
the re. ords an- op.-n to tavaatlgatla
ami I have no facts plans or ports -ea
w ii ODIU.
to these did sores and ulcers.
Washes, salve . nor anything e lse applied directly to the sore can do any permaatJ
nei uoea ineusi .-i uie Kiiue or nesn aesiroying piaster cure, lor local causes hawi
to du " ith these gferni-breediug plague Boots. You might cut out every particleoftasl
. ii..,i i. i.... a 'rt -7 ...
.unv, i ' i ii I., n in. i luv .1 1 'ii j vi v cunt, i iic jjltiiis or jKiison m tht bg
I, the stream of slugirish. polluted Mood purified and made strong beiorti
mgprocet w iiisana toe sore or uicer cm grei wen. s, is the only remedy
can and due , accomplish this. It cleanses and purifies the circulation, and when newt
: armed through the little veins and arteries to the sore, it brings about a hcahm
around t lie edges, auci a permanent and thorough cure is soon effected. S. S. S. i
expels all impurities, but works a complete ta)
i tiangc in tne entire system by stimulating macfcn
toning up the nerves, increasing the appetite, aa
the ingestion and assimilation oi iood, thusbu
.1 .1 A-i . . r. f .
ami wasieu consuuuiou. . o. &. is
entirely a vegetable medicine, and no bad dfaftl
in use, and for this reason it is better than Me
ll ' otht r mint lli h not only ruin the stomach, but often produce most I
'lleiiMe sores themselves.
Prompt treatment should he given a sore or ulcer, uo matter how small I
liether external or internal, lor what von think a simple sore, may, m reahtv, be i
eloped Cancel I ur physicians will cladlv advise all who need their services, and I
write ui Ul receive valuable suggestions regarding the treatment of their case fne
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. Atlanta.
TO CLEAR TH!
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. . .. .. wr.niK wv kikI i. iri arc lit,
tuory Wlmn ynur .-m.- n,. )- n-pitiruiK
tumr to ui. wi no repair Hurt iu tie mm
liiuroiiKli main,. ! an.l io n aa pnunell)
aa liioioiiRh wink MD Im iIoii. Wi obaraa
niiy wtial'a rif In
Full Line of Cooking and Heating Sis
W. J. CLARKE A CO.
Opera Mouse Block.
TTlUUKt cilj- ri,i.... Ii f
diaHaTuriaa arupliwaa, ran, rasaa saiicl
r. ,li . .Mir. i.iu.ii iiair.au.l Uil;. raaiM'a.vij
I I mil inii-.l, urtriltal.il) oii'lil "
lllr I'oat-- Ku . t. . i ,. l I.- I., . oi:. ii. I
williil for sroarTtag,jMHfylai(, aaa li
i ua in. akin, m'uIji, asli, ami bawli , mul (ui
.ill in. urMMSSOl llwloltrl.lialli.aiiil aaraai
.inl iiir.iuvlioul llio Mioiiii 1'iirri ii Daiici
..si. i in M.c'iii'.. rrsa,, Boatkta "now u
liavu .. i.ifiM-1 uiui')vlou," Ui'v.
rf I f Ell
I r""i I
I- tr i "i
At lowest raieb
east Qsaajajansi HuiiutnK,
Handletiin. Orce in
He is well planned its Ins
and you will be if von tak.:
I hey Know their BlMsOMl
' ' ; ' . -
th hut M
u I tl'itrn
Dew stock von
war. we are aasaj
, ksbli aw
set wt sell (
ai,, table, ll'""
The Esst Ore8oman la Eastern Ore
Bona reprssentative paper, it ieitdr
and the people appreciate It and snow
' "yjhe'r Hbersl patronafle. it the
rivertieinB medium of thie asctlon.
POULTRY and &
International Poultry i od make tbeH
Bad Meal gives tlient flav'oj- j
Clamsliells inakt theui soliU.
Mica grit aids dige.UOSj
C. F. COLESWORTl"'
Hay, Grain and Feed-
i -'7 and uy East Alt.n Street.