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AISE THE STANDARD
Properly viewed President Pen
! - address before the teachers' M
I BtkM in Pendleton on Wednesilin
was a p-rtlnent and timely plea tot
higher standards to he required .
th.m. who have the school MOM tra'p
um i tJM outh And this is not to
aay atiwhing disparaging of the men
and women who now are engaged In
tl - work In this state or In Washlin;
ton. for President Penrose applies Btf
i. im. - .-iiiialh t. i tregon and Wai I.
Ingtni. having given the same BaMfBBf
In V alla Walla
When teachers are urged to cllmh
higher in the scah of preparation to
their lire work they are hearing otile
what -very person or class of pr
fMsioual people heat all ot the tine
and what all amhlroitM p-thoiis should
S' - '"ii .is m i " .-in. -nt sr. fiiiioi
ttMBBBd fir advancement, he desist. 1
from lust s( soon will stagnation r
si.it .i in v protssion it, the law li.
dlotai hi Journullam in th-olog;
and in v-lagogy a- well let th. watcn
won! B4 Forward and let that
watih-word lx rung out from even
losf im, BtfoH whl-h are gathered
MattBM ot those who atten i
to thr vital interests of life III offi
or s-hool room.
It v ill I" ai. important moment n,.r
Monday, when President Roosevelt .
jBTXMBU hear to congress his rtnt
messa;. to that august lod The nr..
rhir- -,., nt: has heen In ow-,. fni
only a few weeks n ' ha in thut
"I"' .' of tutu u- lei' u at
tracting attention Uf acts In a
manner to cause ttm iIbI n as to
Vfettiai or not soiin radical chang-s
ar lit-ii.piai.d in the policy of
the sctniiiistratlon It la to be ax-
p.-?...' that the president will he on:
. spon ii uud will say what he has to
say plainly and without equivo-atlon.
Hut the Bast Orefoi.iuc titur-s th
wi - on that he will express only
what patrtoth citinens will he able to
ladursr and that his first messag
will U- one of the administratlv
event in the history of the count-
NO HOSTILITY HERE.
It is uot only had policy, but unfair
lowaid the newspapers lu this rt of
thr . oimtry far the Portland Oregon
Ian to print the following broad state
A mmiiici o: paper pulilished n
. v i.- in tli. Inland Kmpn. lolloiii
UiS load ol th. Seattle PoMt-lutelll
i t er have been criticising Portland
for Its alleged hostility toward th.
OpOBlBI t the Coliimhia river to con
tnOBMB navigation the particular Im
BTOt . in. nt desii. d being that proj-ct
ed for letting steamer, past Celllo
Falo and the lilies of thr Columbia
Tl,. S. ,,u,,.., Waf. U, t8t,., ,V tS
deaire to hurt Portlaud though it mav
ha' i ignorant of the fans The
' -I naiers lack true Information ot.
thr subject granting that they are en-
relj iMpMri iti their comment.
A a matter of fact, the paper
printed hereabouts in fact, all of
those in eastern Oregon, have been
mot. than fair towards Portland. The
Kast Oi-Konian has caused the care
ful reading of r" hanges coming
BaX and all comments in them re
printed from otherb and it is notlc
able that a healthy h-ntiiiient exists
on the part of the ai. i n-min ieo
Bh in suiiport of Portland, in her
pr-s nt tn(ht fot commercial supr-m
is true, In Spite of the Uliib
niai . :u-1 that Portland has failed
to BseeaBfl up Um duty that ihovJd
have i, i ohtloua during the past
tu-ut;. years Port) aj , Bag mmb slow
and ic oveiconu this slowness the pro
(ectors ot the Lewis and Clark Ceu-
tonnlal a-rniit-.-,' for the qulr-fc rain
u-" of thf H6MM for that ol)ot.
pMMH results rnnn from thlt.
ioakrnlng down therr. nm! It In tak
.. as a BtRii of what is to fallow
iastorn Oregon view with satlsfa
on ,". hiii energy that In being ev
UiMteil. anil hopes that It will hp fol
BjfffJl hy a train of consecutive and
pBrBBftBBI efforts which will tiring to
I aw Dm Improvement in the f'oltim
nri cpt at ar the profession f
sincerity on the pan of thr Portion.:
OhMlbH ot OMMMHM . Md return Usf
MtMWIIIM with thin Eastern Ore
IBM is lojral t,i Portland, and will Join
in any IWVMMM for tin firmer eatah
Rapt raat of that city In a pBBffloa of
BOfftfBBfCBft appro a"- n. in,. J';,
THE LOUI8ANA DOMINION.
A most m-rltorius charact-t whos
Mnrletl limped over from the 17th
ccntur.. to the 1Mb. was th.' chival
rous BBIl Indefatigable Henry d To-i
t In all of Iji Salle's early trials.
Dl Toii'v ol th- Iron Hand was th
.r at eploiei s most loyal lleutenan'
sntl tries friend He was left In
ommund of fort St Until and fort
Mrol n Hcurt lit different eriods Ot
un-omineii peril Hi' BeeOBBtdsMd
Lb Sail- on his fltst great BKpBdltlOB
down th- Mississippi and vsj I
ready to ollow or lead whei--i dan
gets were creB'cst and savages most
ticely hostile In ItiS., and again In
lift he b'd a relief party to succor
his illustrou chi-t from whom no tid
lugs could he heard, traversing In all
mot. than six thousand miles of
swollen rivers ami trackless wilder
nes and SBCOUBterlBf privations am'
twrils no latigiiaa. -an make known
BaBrchlfif m vain through Arkat.
sas Teas uud l.omsana tot trace of
Ins loved and lust leader, he left on
th. lowei Mississippi a hatter carve, I
on hoik which U years after sutist
th. doubting DIlM-rvllle that h-
' on the mightv Colbert rlv
r of I.a Salle This "speaking hark."
as the Indians :-v. rently -ailed it. as
a memento 04 a deathless devotion, of
an unbending fidelity to a Bobl
friendship .may be rememtorad by all
who BK losing talth iii human nutore
and theji h-arts thereby he nbiiudan'
ly POM fort ad Thl brave explorer
Mi- I otusanu colonists, was cut off bv
coatBgioa whll, prosecuting his dan
goroBB pioneet labor H- died ut
Mobil- in 1704
From I Ml and after Ijt Sail. . .Ion
tel. Hcntiepiu and others named the
.1-' ietii.ui water-d i.y the Mississip
pi an.'. Its trihiitui.c l.oiiisauu. it
BOWH Dl Us) ii august sovereign. LmUb
XIT Hut us Um part alimst arhollj
West ol the tit eat liver, eover-d by
th- pur. has- treaty oi IMt, now con
rns us let us turn to the small
ucron llk. beginning oi an emplr
from which the giant oak of an tin
-quailed development lis c grown
Historians tell us that the Grand Mon
Brqu. ot Fran-r tool u great personal
Ut-r-st li. his Am. -i c an colonies H.
told a friend of 1 u Sail-, that th
Loiilsana country fiMtalBad rich d-
oslt of iron lead and coper; that
ti p wu indigenous, ship timlH-i
ubiiiidant and that cotton uud tobii'
eonld b- cultivated. I a- Moytir
it'lbet vllle a naval offi. who had
a ii-.: OMUucUaa through militarx
-xploits on Hudson Bav on the At
iBaUtt and In the tallev ot th. s-
..iwr-n wa a-coidlngly dispatch-
d to the mouth of th. Misslssipn
l b- arrived in Idss
BUM tie Pom haniaiii then Mm
ister of Marine ami Coionie decsar. i.
i s imeiai correspondence found
in the Murgaty impels that the pin
BOBB ot th- eXMsitioii was to explor.
tort if v and to prevent other nations
from getting a foot Bold in Louisiana
J 'Iberville first w.ut ashore at an I
mi- on whi-h he saw a muss of tin
man bones uud from this called I'
Ma, e r, Island It was what Is now
iium-d Haiiphlu The colony next
landed and BBflM to erect huts on
Ship Island TtkBj passed Hi the man
land through Pas-agoula Bay Th
Hllox: Indian wer- the first thej . n
- ountereil They ran uway at firm
but were brought BBSs BT hfBBSBtl
aiidtbe pleading of an ludlau girl
I uke THisfmmfil
I or SjL ai ill I , .. i ,s !,, E
On Fel.rnary 27. D'lhervllle and his
lirother. Ilicnvilie. In well equipped
open boat went In search of tin I i
xlRHippI They hail proi-ecileil neaiiv
mile from the sea when thg)
reached the Indlau village of Unyii
itoulaw where they were moot hospl
talily entertained Here all donlit
were removed nlMillt their being 00
the right river hy finding a prajc
hook with Um name of a POUPMiOti
of l a Halle and that Immortal BWBI
BBtflM of human affectum, the hlato
hark letter ol GhBVallCI ! ToBt'
Kor this precious relh the Kreiic'.
men were utilised to BTSBBBt t., H It.
dlan chief an ex. PTbrrvllle ret nn
ed to the sea hy way of the two lakes
a hlch he named Maurepas and PoB
hartraiii after two well It BO WD his
tOTlr MB of France
The first settlement ot tin colon
wus fi-d on thr east Bids of tb- lilt
of Hiloxl and was called Hilovl DO
Ocean SpritiKs ttom the BBtfbhorlBg
Indian tribe Twelve pieces of cut)
non were mounted on the lout bus
tions of the tori that was built if
vol. a 'discrc-t young man of m
It." was placed in roiBMBBd and D"lls
ervllh sailed for PrBBOS. Whll
Itienvilb th. outiB-r brother ot h
lattet was exploring the snrroiindin
PSglOBl gad passine down the wcsteii,
-hann-l of the Mississippi he not
about IS miles below the site o , -OrlSBBI
a British frlgat- of twelv.
guns Th. yottnc "HsBtSBBBI of th'
king' profBBtly anil firmh itnornie
Ult Fnclish caidaln Burr that the
King ot France had bghBB fornm Bi
session ,.t the waters and lands Bdffl
cent and that to avoid trouble In Int.!
better turn the prow of his ship down
The cautious MuJttshfBBB h led
the gdjVMB of the BSI f 'iWIBg Preiu I
man and evei sin., this pgrUculat
bend in the river has BBBB known
the F.nghsh Turn In PfCtfBhBT. D
Iberville returned with two Jarg
shiph biingiiiic th- n-ws that Sau
BOl hint BBBB madr govornot of l.olll
ana and Hleiivlll- ll-uteiiuntgotrst
BBt Hoisbriant. major of the fort
M BI th- geologist, and th" hrae
St Hei ... cam- over at th- Mini. UfBt
Qnidsd by the Indians who were still
rrisadly, P'IBfrrlllS selected soli!
high gfOBBd flft lour miles from tic
sea im a lort and town which he
nunie.i Bosali. ffofli the BBBtlBBMl
name ot the COBBtSBI of PoMBf
train The grim wall o: this tort in
still existing -lose by Nat. lie the
And Every Form of Torturing
Disfiguring Skin ami Scalp
Humors lured ))
Sen io cm TBI I tUtu
an'-t-il carte iBofisigait n. it
ami i ti. i HA So.ic SSJI . i rs
(Hntntent. the utrM :.in cur. .
s fnl, .i....' st . rsri u It: mii 1 1 r Tl
irautuitfiit wilt aBunl lastsat, istsH peri
mi ami stsssussid sstat m .. , ..c p rv
Iwilt. ail. I r.'.liiii. ... , ..i. wlii,al Ij
, I . 4 I -1
S.t, : i K
' ... ., .,
S II , u (.urt L 't,.. 14 i ,.
At lowest rate
J. R. DICKSON,
bast Orsgonlan Hullding .
He is well pleased with hil linen
and you will be it you takf youi
They know their Husimss
nly 15 cents
$ r.i''. i fa
, I -d) I I ll 1 1
1 E r , - '
bb ula is sn ttBWTl.-onis legacy, but one whidi
the Thildret of bl BfBSed parentaRe must
geefpt w in. aU Its humiliaUiuj consequences. It u
an RerhaBcr thsl mshff ,e rer ; thst brtag.
instebednfsi sad disease Instmd of health and
witi. Bcroft la or the loathsome virus of ConUgu-uf
B1.M.1 Poison b unfitted for thr srduous duties of
... .n. -,.ntiottp.l rmison remsln.
"rr ,n various forms; swoll.n gland, sbowttee
ol th( baad, weuV eves, hip Mne riise whits rwslb.
LnJ off" . -. sores ,! sbscfSBM sre fam.li.tr sv.i.,.toms. attended usually srttE
Vs" V .. . , r ,on nd pale or bUsxllrss complexion. Thsskin is
eruptions breskiuR out on si 1 parts of thebodr.
Mula d, or. I tissus and flesh ; no part of tbr human fJfasfa.fBaBBBBJi
VI isa i l -- years old, and about one yssw
ftr ti. I rth ef my first ohlld. the glsuds on
th. ..f si. .i nock, bagan to swell. Four of
th nlaoes were lauosd sud became open ruuuing
sore, rlelnss cuius under my left arm. and the
dU.'barge as s'.uiply awful. Tbs doctors said I
BsTtasVorSl esse of Scrofula they had erer
sggfl 1 M ll iodide of potassium, but this nor
the Btbsr c-u-. girsn IM this disease brought
relict WI.. u the physicians advl.ed me to Iist.
tll ved. I decided to try B. B. B. A
Bm Bottles ii, red me completely; no signs or
the terrible dlSSSSM an lfv .
StKS RICliARP WA8BOH,
Ooldeu Corners, Ohio.
led blood, and the rich, strong blood that is carried
. ,: ,nds i.lstorhs and destroys the tuberculous dwf iMha,
Bad other evidences ot tn-rofula disappear.
Italy upon Uic appciirance of the first symp
ition to BcTorals Our medical depart-
ci. . ... I, I oi m sms
srhJ b v. niaLc no charge. Book oa
Blixid Skin Wft free
Itlti .-VMi i .-sr. CiPK COMPANY, ATLANTA, OA.
Full Line of Cooking and Healing Stoves
W. J. CLARKE & CO.
Opera House IJIock.
Tin Original Worcestershire
(WANS OS IMITATIONS.
It is hiehly upproved for the de
licious flavor which it imparts to
Soups, Fish. Gatue, Meats, Salads,
elsh Rartbits, etc.
POULTRY and EGGS
International Poultry Food makes them.
Beef M;rt mies thetn flavor.
CiaahaUf make them solid.
Mitt grit aids digestion,
tiy a sample.
C. F. COLESWORTHY,
Hay. (irain and Peed.
PENDL1 .s ROLLER MILLS
1 I U.s.
T7d y its. !
i-c-vjAL ULANKS Write the re
alojfue of thm a i u . gonian for a free cat
gue oi them. A lull spply always kept in stock.
Parents whaae blood is pois
oned by their own misdeeds,
or win. themselves maj" bf
sufTering for the sins of sow
remote ancestor, moat re
store their own blood to its
noma j.urite and strength,
or tney cannot
health v, robust
S S S. cures Scrofula, llhe
other diseases of a deep
sostetl, constitutional charac
ter, lv rrstortnc liis
who a'e striv.:ng witl this sr.
trouble, iin.l wc invite you to write
i . h u e. our pit vsictsns will
Cruckerv for Christmas Presents
Wl -i.t'W in Rreat riet W't
have tbl tit vs est and neatest in
wan and toiletware, and a
I i BIBOrtflMDt of those ornamcn
ta: pieces that are in such popular
d mand oi ChriatntM ufs The
prioat on all thest- goods an tl.c
B est lur Um quality.
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pa 1 i i 'I .
n' iitf wrong .
Pom. in ut Sjyi
lhnrnu.h mnHT 9
ssthorougi, wn,k ZiT
onljwi,,,., r5J a
'tuaraiitwd not !
Have lieen the Su
ilj and medicii
lerv boitlt guanf
- ; Main Sl.
ObJ) Place roe (MH
A Lunch in
stout Porter Slfl
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