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TUUSDAY. NOVKMI1EK IS, 1902
llcmembcr that wliat main
tains one vice will bring up two
FOREST RESERVE, NUMBER TWO
Forest lesorvo, number one,
cbnii ami from all appearances
shortly go. The Interior department
has doubtless felt the wave of IndtK
nation which has swept out from the
hotbed of this subject, in Oregon.
That there was traud in the con
ception of tliti forest reserve idea,
not probable. It was conceived In
noble ambition to preserve and Im
prove the fustly disappearing forests
of the West. The purpose was lofty
and the object was patriotic and wise,
Hut the inexperience of the interior
department in dealing with such new
and far-reaching features, led to bold
fraud and open indignation.
The lines of the reserve were irml
with regard to the general contour of
the mountain districts, regardless of
the many spots within the lines which
were claimed by private parties, strip'
ped of timber, located as mineral land
and unfit for the actual purposes of
The wholesale entry of lands, with
in the boundaries of the reservation
by large concerns. In the hopes of re
ceiving lieu land scrip, has open
ed the eyes of the government. The
fraud has been in putting the reserve
Into operation, and not in the concep
tion of the idea ami plans.
Now, in order to better conditions
ir possible, the secretary announces
that reserve number two, in Eastern
Oregon, shall be created, on lines
vastly different from those first estab
The government will inspect every
acre of land included in the new re
serve, it the announcements from
Washington are true. All towns, set
tlements. school lands, lands denud'
ed of timber, land just entered for
speculative purposes, prior to the for
mation of the first reserve, and lands
not actually covered with growing
timber, will be excluded. The reserve
will be Irregular in form, but it will
be free from ' possibility of fraud.
There will be no lieu land base estab
lished. No change of location will bo
allowed any one, provided a settler
is included in the reserve".
The first object of the new reserve
will be to savo tho actual forest, look
ing alfco to tho conservation of futuro
Experience has been a good teach
erIt is hoped Eastern Oregon has
profited by It.
eucy of Chinese labor is to degrade
all labor. To draw a line of demarca
tion between the social status of the
employer and tho employe. This tend
ency must be combated. It must he
overthrown. Iibor must suffer no Jot
of its royalty to be taken away. It
must be entitled to walk the same
path of dignity and self-respect and
honor that Is trod by the employer.
Thero Is a strong sentiment among
the great corporations, In favor of ad
mitting tho Chinese to this country.
President Hill, of the Great North
ern, voices that undercurrent of
thought, when ho pleadingly says to
allow 3000 a year to como. Threo
thousand 'a year means 30,000 In 10
years. It means to undo tho tollsomo
labor of decades; It means to turn in
a few drops at tho head gate, which
will swell to a torrent by the pressuro
No, sir. Not 3000, nor three a year.
Tho c.ilnoso don't amalgamate with
civilization, They aro not buyers of
American products to any extent
They pleaso such men as Hill, by tho
cheap labor they afford, They pleaso
such men as Mr, Hill because they
are servants, not equals. The tend-
The reply of the operators to tho
demands of the miners for a 20 per
cent raise, is that tho Increased pay
is not justified by the profits of tho
business. Tills might be believed If
the great railroads of the coal dis
trict had not voluntarily increased tho
wages of their employes from eight to
25 per cent.
purpose tor which it Is Intended,
since its prvlslons make the man seek
the office instead of leaving to tho
people the right to name .without be
ing dictated to by designing politi
cians, whom they want for public of
ficers. The bill as prepared by the league
provides that primary election tickets
shall be printed, and In order to get
on the ticket for a state office tho
candidate shall secure tho signatures
of 250 voters to a petition and iniy a
fee of $50. For a district officer he
must have in signatures and pay a
fee of $2" and for a county office 25
slgnatuios must be had and n fee of
$5 deposited. And through this pro
vision designing politicians would get
In their line work. For a county ofiico
a chronic office seeker could get tho
signatures of 25 friends to a petition,
deposit $5 and have his name printed
on the precinct ballots, whereas the
man of a more retiring nature, one
who would piobably be the choice of
the people, would refuse to thus force
himself upon them. Mountaineer.
make this week, ending
The Southern Pacific express was
wrecked near Cottage Grove, Monday,
by the collapse of a trestle, A track
walker standing beside tho track, was
The defeat of Tom L. Johnson does
not lessen the purity of his princl
pies nor the attractiveness of his per
fonallty. With certain and unerring
steps ho Is forging ahead to the front
place in puonc arrairs. no is a man
of the people, and for the people, and
by tho people will bo chosen to lead
Mayor Schmltz, of San Francisco
is making a tour of tho East, and be
lug a musician, is playing the fiddle
of popularity to a .lni3h. He is
Westerner and can't be spoiled.
POSTAL CHECK CURRENCY.
Tho postal check currency bill will
como up for consideration by the 57th
This Is a measure which' very close
ly concerns tho Interests of the gen
eral puuuc. its passage would pro
vide a cheap and convenient means
of making small remittances by mail,
while at the same time affording all
tlie security of a postal note, money
order or bank draft.
This is a convenience that has long
been demanded by the rapidly grow
ing commercial Interests of the coun
It is an Improvement to which the
people are entitled.
The plan Is a sininle one. Ordinarv
lej,nl tender notes are to be printed
with blank spaces for filling out. ox-
actly as one would nil out a bank
check. When anyone desires to mako
remittance by mall, he (or sho)
takes a bill from his purse, writes In
the blank spaces "Pay to John Jones
(or whoover is to receive tho
money)." This is th n enclosed in a
letter, the same as any other form of
Who escapes from jail is by no means
free. He is under the bau of the law
and punishment is written over against
his name, hoon or
late he will be
caught ' again and
bear added punish
ment for his short
escape from bis cell.
Those who by the
use of palliative
powders and tablets
escape for a time
from the sufieriucs
of dyspepsia are m
the same condition
oner. Soon or late l ,
LUC Will gU UttUK IU
the old condition
and pay an added r
penalty for tempor- i
ary release. "
Dr. Pierce's Gold- A-
en Medical Discov
ery cure3 dyspepsia
and other diseases
of the stomach ami
organs of digestion
and nutrition. Its
cures are lasting.
"For about two vears
I suffered from a very obstinate case of dyspep
ia," writes R, E. Secord, liiq , of 13 l&istern
Ave., Toronto, Ontario. "I tried a (treat num
ber of remedies without success. I finally lost
faith in them all I was so far gone that I could
not bear any solid fi.ed on my stomach for a long
time: felt melancholy and depressed. Could not
sleep or follow my occupation tinsmith). Some
four months ago a friend recommended your
'Golden Medical Discovery.' After a week's
treatment I had derived so much benefit that I
continued the medicine I have taken three
bottles and am conviuced it hasiu my case ac
complished a permanent cure. I can conscien
tiously recommend it to the thousands of dys
peptics throughout the land."
Accept no substitute for "Golden Med
ical Discovery." There is nothing "just
as good'' for diseases of the stomach,
blood and lungs.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets stimulate
1 .l..ortiitnn if)
Win I IVH ll'.'lLlllllilwii ...
Sitt.ria night. November 22nd, one of bpecial bargains.
rouHibeiowandyou will VrEwk
save money by visiting our special sales this week. ,
Ladies'. Misses' and Men's toe hose, every kind in stock,
Three pairs for 25c.
Woolen underwear, every garment in the house. Special
u per cent off of regular price.
Woolen Blankets and Comforts all grades. Special 10
per cent off of regular price.
Men's Mackintoshes, duck and covert coits and heavy
waterproof overcoats, 10 per cent reduction.
Millinery. 20 per cent off on all street and trimmed lrats.
Special prices on all Ladies' Jackets and long coats.
Special rednction on all clothing, Men's and Boys',
Regular 7c outing llannel will be sold at 5c a yard.
. Regular 5c outing (lannel will be sold at 4c a yaul.
The Place to Save Money
All Gold and Silver
coined by the mints of the
United States in igoi multi
plied by two and one-half, does
not equal the assets of The
Mutual Life Insurance Com-
pany of New York.
Toul gold aad silver coinage, todi
Is what you want on crisp
mornings after a sudden
change This is another de
mand that will show the ex
Hot Blast Stoves
The room heated to 80 de
drees In live minutes; and
this temperature maintained
for three hours In the morning
with the fuel nut into the
stove the night before, is the
The Hardware Man
Tho person receiving tho nostal
check secures payment at any post
ofllco upon proper identification, thu
same as upon a postal note, etc. The
uneu-out cnecK Is destroyed by tho
government and a new blank one Is
sued in Its stead.
Simple, Isn't It?
Simple, convenient and safe.
The only wonder Is that thero has
been any opposition to a meritorious
1110 only opposition, in fact, has
como from tho head of tho treasury
department at wasninKton. who com
plains that tho system would involve
too much labor a puerile consider
tion and a childish plea, surely.
Thero aro excellent prospects that
tho bill will bo made a law by tho
Certainly this will bo done If tho
people themselves will only write to
their representatives in congress com
mending tho measuro and urging Its
A popular lobby of this kind would
It is ono of thoso matters in wheh
tho individual masses aro alono snec
lally Interested, and tnereforo unless
such action as hero Indicated la taken,
mo measuro may fell by mere de
fault. Denver Post.
twets The Mutual IMc Iniuriucc Compa
The Direct Legislation Leacuo of
saiem has formulated a bill which
will bo presented to tho next legis
lature to amend the present election
law so as to provide for direct nom
inations of candidates for various of-
flcea at tho primaries. Whllo this is
a movo In tho right direction, It Is
so constructed as to thwart tbo very
exceed thoie of any other company la the world.
Ihlj Company liu ptld pollcy-holJcri more than uj
other company in exiitcucc,
Write to-day for "Where Shall I Injure?"
The Mutual Life Insurance
Company ok New Yohk
Rickajld A. McCuur, Proidcut.
SHERWOOD GILLESPY, Manager,
half section of fine wheat
land, all in summer-fallow,
north of Pendleton.
Almost a section of land in
one body, a short dis
tance north of town.
Beautiful residence property on
Court street, two lots and dwelling,
Ite3ldenco lots, well located, at
prices ranging from $100.00 to $250.0
Boarding house and one lot 14
rooms centrally located, J2.E00.00.
Boarding house,19 roonu,,$l,900.00
Ono lot with dwelling and stable.
One lot and house, 1600.00.
Two lots, dwelling 0 rooms and
rooms, bath and sewerage, three
Ono lot with dwelling of seven
blocks from Main street, f 2.500.00.
And much other property,
all on t;aay terms
E.D.BOYD, 111 Court Street
1U7 and 129 East Alta Street
T V.o, 1 r.j ...
coinpotent Timber (Jrniaer
FRANK B. CLOPTON
800 MAIN STREET
On tho line 0. 3 railroad
now under oonstruution.
lnls means a big ohauoe
tor flr8t-comers. See
Have some good farms tor
At a Yfirv fftf Mtn W - .t
SKi ti1?.?11 wheeLs wo WU ,mX to
o."t. u wu cttc your ejea upon.
lo , .h".11? rM,on lu the world why
you thoald not become the proud possessor
WINONA ruri,ua,NE8S wMom Sf
bv r,N A "ACKS, made for tola climate
W. .?.ae neat1van(' J" what ou want
PLOW n' , the. BVIUCUBB CHILLED
At the Ills? Ilrlry at, n nr....
nd Cotton streeU. v' "
All kinds for all
Planinrr nt .11 j
to older " a"UeSCr'Pi
Don't place Von,
arc greatly enhanced bjl
laundried linens. Weal
to the sum of domestic!
piness m this resneri
be beat at laundry wodj
up your shirts andcoCl
A i style. And you'll
have a "bosom friend" i
give you comfort and sled
Special attention to cj
and culls, Finest work,
est prices. Satisfactory
THE DOMIC II
, F. Robinson, Prop.
Oysters, fresh m
received in the
rect from oar 03
We have closed our retail
house in the Golden R11II
building, and will devote I
tire attention to suppljj
public with fresh oysters
pint, (luart or gallon,
Fechter's confectionery sa
Court street, PendletoiJ
wholesale oysters in thel
car load. Oysters serdi
half shell by the plate.
We are in the trans!"
. 1 :..ic and 1
trucKing ousiuv." - .
pared to move light orbfl
ciinni RMPNTAL CHll
Mf cent oJ ?&?
n ' A?n
cr, . NBAQLB BROTHBRS
wur 8t, near Utlo, Feadbton, Or
The S. C.umhwv