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BEjliBJfflf WESTERN ERA
WEDNESDAY JAXTART 2S, 1903.
Is your Hair
worth One Dollar?
If so, ber a tattle ot Kewfcro" Herpi
cfclt t J e f thai liaudruG that U
jJon'j bu jurel; rendering: you tali
is the onr prmratioii cnttiemaiket
that really nil) Mop It, tat It b tlie
on:rono thatkllli themla-otestwort
on the hair root, thai destrorlnj: ih
cara and coasxpicnUy remoTlnthc
OnetrialtriH convince Tna. thejarac
as lthij this" doubting tbomai":
Wlwn 1 frewgns um bottle of Jlerrtutr a
rreranu u. I &otuU It rail motp a
txi t.bu 1. 1 am airpy to . Uut 1 1 Acta all.
.nde-rcrnnnr?. than yw rtalro f r tt. Jly
AU.K. KlU-T.tlK lMTfetvlf rpS:.
For Salt at all Firrt-CliB Drue Stores.
PROMISED BY IRRIGATION.
Fifty Million Acres In the'West May
Be Reclaimed Greater Area Than
Is Contained in Atlantic States
From Maine- to Florida Govern
i ment Invites Co-operation of the
Washington. Jan. 2S. The accept
ors bv -ongTes3 of the principle of
' a uiu In the construction of Irri
gation works in the "Western states,!
1 as given a great .mitctue to every In-!
cent buildings, was $13.'15.00fl.OOO. At;
$-12.50 per acre, the aveiaic value of
Irrigated land, the BO.nnn.OOD acres to-j
be reolalnica will sdd to the vnlue or'
farm land SlJoO.iMO.PttO. It buildings
are included, the vnlue will .be ln-;
ci eased T75.000.0i0. while the aug-
menU-d wealth throiish railroads. H-
ties, mills, factories. Is beyond osti-;
The annual value of all the fRrm
products in 1900 was tHJTS.WMUKH..
The average value per acre of pro
duct of Irrigated lands was $H Si
At this rate the area to be reclaimed
will add products worth S74V&otuw
an addition of nearly one-sixth of th
life sustaining powers of the count
The number of irrigating ditches
nnd canals in operation iti the United
States exceeds Sfl.000. and their com
i.'.ustr in that section of the coun
try The ioople of the Eastern
;tates are just beginning to realize
the opportunities offered ih the terri
tory to be opened up. As the proposl-
t blned length is not "Oess tfian Ro.'ifx
miles. If joined end u end thev
would reach twice axotimi the wovhl
Formed into one the would con--t
tute a navigable rnnul such as tli'
Erie. 30 feet wide and five feet deep
RHEUM A TISM
CANNOT BE RUBBED OUT lNDLET(N
T) ft nn
But . grood liniment or planter will often giv fhe Bocf n. ,
temporary rdiel because It produces coBHtet AL "Otcl ia pjgj.
irritation or reduces the inflammation and sor- and w cood
r,ri Ttutnosortof external treatment can bav
any effect whatever upon the disease Itself, lor
Rheumatism la net a sJcto cCfeoase, but
is due to an over acid condition of the blood, and
the deposit of irritating matter or Uric Acid
salts or sediment in the muscles and joints, aad
no amount of rubbing orblistering can dislodge
these gritty particles or change the acid blood.
Rheumatism often becomes chronic.and the mus
cles and joints permanently stiff and useless and
the nervous system almost wrecked, because bo
much time is lost in trying to cure a blood diseau
with outside applications or doctoring the skin.
Rheumatism must be treated
iSS? SS VZ nfdThTR,er "tending from Sao to Ne through the blood, and no remedy
i will become one of the most populous : " of over 3.iH. miles
rnd prosperous in the country. With
large areas of reclalmable land and
plenty of available water. Oregon es
pecially will be benefited by the measure.
The actual work of surveying, lo-
The figures of the last census show-
that the works required to Irrigatr
7.568,273 acres cost $Bt.2SP.GII. an
average of SS.S5 per acre At this
brings such prompt and lasting relief
as S. S. S. it attacjcs me utscusc m
the blood, neutralizes the acids, and
removes all irritating or poisonous
substances from the system.
S. S. S. strengthens and enriches
Dill Sweet and Sour Pickles in
Fresh and Salt Fish.
Fresh Eggs and Butter.
Shrimps, Crabs, Lobsters and
Pendleton Fish and
310 Court Street
Phone Bed 591
rate the expenditure required to re
claim the area proposed would be at , h thin nrirl hlnod. nnd. as it circu
eating and constructing reservoirs I , i , lates through the body, the corroding,
"and other irrigation works will be) ,A"'jr th.e .?OTernm,on,, has 'w,rforr' gnawing poisons and acid deposits
done by the geological survey. In!?,? ls ,,art t?ere wllJ ,,e no ,deIav b i are dislodged and washed out of the
order to obtain a better understand-1 r S.fL0," Lh muscles and joints.and Ute sufferer
ing of the present extent of Irrigation. ,; , "; '""7" ,T ' " . . i r happ ly relieved from the oiscom
tho locntin f h nr i,,Tf. " ls not comparable with the value of ...A.: r u,.,,maHcm
s which will be grown on the - " or ntrht sn far as th-co. but thevdont po far
the location of the areas Irrigated, it.
. ' ' o'U V . ' - . Ill" .1 UOCUt I
in this work, the Flftyseventh con-1
gress authorized by the director off
Louiavllle, Ky., Maroh S7, 'OS.
QontlernonI am alad to T tha
S. S. S. has cured me of KhonmaUam.
About two Tears aco I Buffered firoa
BlMumatlam In my knees and feet,
my ankles swelling so that I could
not put on my shoos This continued
for several months, daring: which
time I was applying: liniments and
srolnK by my physician's directions,
but derived no benefit. I Vas told
of S. S. S. and tried it. I Immedi
ately cot relief, and eontinned ths
medicine until I was entirely- well.
2108 rioyd St. D. J. DTJAITE.
PflTTimnfHiH n. . . c
Rates $2 & S2;E
Special rates by week or
lands reclaimed. The
all the irrigation works In use In the
irrigation statistics obtained in 1900 nt,, . Prot,Uf'e(, eacl!
by that office. Letters of inquiry andler on ,rriP ,ands'
schedules are now being sent out toj
secure the necessary Information. '
All interested in irrigation should
answer as fully and as promptly as!
possible any inquiries thev may re
ceive so that the merits of the various
sections of the country may become
known. Irrigators who do" not re-' HITCHCOCK MAY PASS ORE.
ceive blanks within a reasonable! row im ir-mr at-im n,
time should notlfr the census office!
at "Washington and they will be sup-j Projects to be Undertaken Will Soon
It is interesting to note in this con-, c uregon
nectlon how much it will mean to thei Hurries Her Recommendations, She
country at large to have the arid land . Must Remain Dry.
ui me ivesi reciaira?n. Wnshlnctnn Tin
or iiumal I
Prompt UlninirroonSm J
Every Modem Cornel
and those who ptn their faith to Tiniiuents and plasters as cures are bound , ., " ;
,nrti .licunnntnMllftlt nnrl will " U.T UDU Dlillarfl Tbtm Iti ..M
IU uiut ' ' J - . VVLjfB
total cost of . ""ilV:ilT" . r rt- tnrfnthPwnrfe of a hloorl nurifter.
ho' enoucu uuu vuu wuu 1. ...w... . .
IIIHUkiiu aim ".. -- ' - -
to meet with disBtinointmetit, and will
Ik: nursing a ense of Rheumatism the '
B I 111 I I II U
trrentcr tmrt of their live?.
S. S. S is a purely vegetable remedy,
dues not contain any I'otash or mineral
of any kind, and can be taken with
safety" l v old Riid voutig.
Rheumatic sufferers who write us about their case will receive valuable
aid and helpful advice from our phvsicians for which no charge is made.
"We will mail free our special boot m Rheumatism, which is the result of
years of practical experience in tre.t:in: this disease. It contains in a
condensed form much information almt Rheumatism
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC GO., ATLANTA, OA.
o- W lla Wallans though j
"tries the stiam propelled:
On')' Three Blccks from J
GULDEN HUE III!
Cornr Conn and JoboMathM. !
PrntUrtcMi, Ortira, 1
M. F. Kelly, ProDrletcrJ
tvph" e is ra.irti rcjlang the iiorse.Rose Cecilia Shay at the Frazer To
According to the census of 1900 the!,,,. n'J .' " : f " '0t Her Best Role.
tctal imnrovo.! farm area . f the Unit-, renresentntives are well m fmm i L'...; ",. " ' ... .T .".'i is really the most important
ed States was 4H.sno.ti0O acres.
t fs Washington, Secretary Hitchcock will iter.
datoahUrlTlJ.h'-r' 3161,3 ,'klns ,0 the aPPrthBi An automobile truck, ot a capacity
claimable area is not less than o0.-iamon tht. nini ctntK'i trrin.i.r , . 1-
000.000 acres. Its reelamatton. there-. t ion work first tn he undertaken ,ir,- r. ,ioc, , ,k m..ki.
Ifcre. will add nearly one-eighth to the, der the general laws passed last es- Trar.s'er Company. These vehicle 'nis nr'c1es' ls the 0"5nccment of the
l,m "uiuuu-oiiay grauu ojiera company at
i musical event in the West since Mau
rice Grau hurried through wltb bis
cost'y foreign songbirds a couV of
years ago, giving polyglot opera at
inii,l rfi., ... . " "7" 1 ' i-.i-is-ci tioiuimuj
...... iuvuuv.ii, - 1 SIOO- Until that time nn mihllr nr.. 1 I.-.. , .i ,
countrj- and will escell by a liberal j r0uncemen, n. to rhnw" ".r ""'" the Frazer tonight
margin the tillable land of all theimarifi aK fh( wmtnrl. V,a,";.!K "J m .,h..
state's excepting New York, on the mlneQ that pomcai interference will! "" I is the most admirable in the United
At,.a1?" e. c oast,jron Malne Florida. ; not be tolerated with regard to this m,, ,nbU. .-im , States, it Is perfectly equipped with
Allowing 40 acres, the average , great worU. but tnat onl suoh Nasal catarrh qulc klj jleld. to , (ou,)le 1 principals the best
.I,'Sd.'a!mS- rl1 SJ are. on their face, most at- LETT.' ll -nglnff chorus in grand opera, a se-
.Tir a"LZ" , e l tractive and promising, shall be con- J t,.Zh L Z .J: 1 left6d orchestra, a world-famous ron
.nail iiuc-muiiu lue liuiuuer ia iutr siriprpd nnH fnllna-o nf ' ""-." "-""
liiiicu states in v - 1,,Q occupants
of these farms will add directly to
the population 6.250,000,
ly. in the accompanying mercantile
per and henlsthP n-hnlp '-rf ,v-! (,l,ct0.r- a carefully chonen repertoire!
securing I vi.ir:, it rtiff,.c i,ir , complete scenic, costume and elec-
" . lorn? of the first works is fast ebblnc 1 , ,t ..h k.i. i ' trie effects, the
Mushes and prepared foods
of all kinds.
Pancake aad H-O Buck
wheat Floor for yocr
Best Maple Syrup
Our Tea is the very
choicest on the market.
professional, manufacturing and in
dustrial clases at least 3.125,000
more, a total increase in the popula
tion of the United States of 9,375.000,
or nearly 12& per cent.
The total value of all the farms in
1900, including all improvements ex-
'Why nam gelatine and
spend 11 mrs sousing,
t svyeteniug, flavoring
and coloring wnen
The chance for Oregon
most brilliant of
away. Since the irrigation convention , citing to' the diseased membrane i nur,ra R "ritna donnas, and last but
held about seven weeks ago. the geo-' s ;,0ii!(! !nt li ud Cieam Palm is' r n0 means ,east il slnSs under
logical survey has heard nothing as rpro-mized a? s "sneriKc Price 50 Btandable Erllsh, and with a purity
to local projects from the sneclal-1 ron, ,i,..:ci, k.. - n -u of tone, a volume of voice a richness.
!- the head iramediatelv disappears ,' c'earnesf a" a magnetism that in
when Crearr Balm ls used, Elv Broth ' ,1 neJ sho" s5as?n has ,)Iacel1 MJ
ers. 56 Warren Street, New York. ' J" Saimrtore Gordon's company -at the
. very head of operatic organizations.
Miss Hose Cecilia Shay Is a typical
FOR THE INLAND EMPIRE. ; American singer. BOrn in the Middle
'West, educated in Paris and Milar. a
Portland Paper Oilioentlv Workinn , successful ilplmtnnto ' t col-
a . . . . v v wluim, u
committee, and Is somewhat at a loss
to understand the apparent lack of
the Oregon people. .Already the sur
vey has submitted to Secretary Hitch
cock the records with regard to a
number of projects that are recom
mended more or less strongly, but
none in Oregon.
The survey officials here have been
waiting for the Irrigation comm'tree
wnicn was cnosen to aavise the sov-
for an Open River for Eastern Or-' urima donna absolute at Trieste.
.1. R I it;ron editor of the Portland
sasonn favorite at the Grand. New
1 ork. she now beads a omnanv with
HEATED BV STEAM
LIGHTED BY ELECTRICITY
AiiktIl-hii 1Mh, rwi(l 5to
EnroiHim 1'lnn. i-.lN-.7Si-.fi
"dwIhI nitH l- xrcvk or nmn'll
Free 'bus meets all trains'
Commercial trade sollchri
Fine sample n
Special Attention Given fonninlij
CORNER MAIN AND WIBB I
&a0M enment department as to the most , j0',lrnaK 8Iwnt vefilerriav ln th .ui. er own I,eluc s did her famous pre
55 favored localities in Oregon, in or- tne object of trio beinc tn v Si "lepesso- Emma Abbott and Emma
ggfed r that the wishes of the .o,.le "ite he p,?, " J"ch; M,8S Shay has at her com-
might be carried out as nearly as nos
t prouawra better results in two mmntear the survey will not have time, bfere
, x-Teryuunginmepaosage. nunptyaiianoi 1he secretary announces his choice
mnnd an exceptional voice, rare per
to-Vi m i .1. "uu uu cMBuuoiiai voice, rare per
If this report Is not soon made! tBe JournaI h ' , he!SOn?' ,,PaUt-. ub ycial l'08iUo"
l waterandsettocool. It's perfection. Asur-
a . . . fy n 1 prise to the hoaewife. Ko trouble, le ex. 'L I , 1
miUer(imrPrvC( Tr-'ttoUy. IaFourFruitPbw J Proposedworks in oreson,
iTlHIC! Jl VCI V WU.j vors: Lsmon, Ordng. Strawberry, Iliap. ! s,nte will nrfve (o taUe ?eco
i berry. At grocers. 10c. nnJ possibly wait fur a year
623 Main Street
Phone Main 511
All kint'p fnr all purposes.
Sash, iDoors and Blind-;.
Planinc of all desoiptions done
Don't place your order (oi
Building Material until you have
OF UNTOLD VALUE.
lo Inspect and report upon the 3lles
j until sufficient fnnds havo accumu
lated in the treasury to cover the
Pendleton Planing MD1
ROflfJU FPSSllR, Proprietor
Farmers Custom Mill
Fred Walters, Proprietor
Capacity 150 barrels a day
Flour exchanged for wheat
Flour, Mill Feed, Chopped Feed, etc
always on baud.
The Information Contained in This
Gentleman's Statement Is Priceless.
The hale, the hearty, the strong can
afford to toss this paper aside impa
tiently wnen they read the following,
aut any sufferer who has spent a mint
of money and hours of excruciating
torture caused by kidney complaint.
will stand in his own light if he aces
not follow the valuautt- advice offered-by
Mr. William Gower Berber, of JS1
West Bennett avenue, Colorado
airings, says: "I waa interviewed by
gentleman in the month ot June,
IS99, about Dean's Kidney Pills. 1
as then living In Pueblo. Colo., and
I told him that after suffering for
I four or five years with backache and
other consequences of either weaken
- 1 or excited kidneys, I went to my
lggisc in Pueblo for Doan's Kidney
Pills and took a course of treatment.
hey cured me, and cured me quick
ly. Since then I have not had the
slightest symptom of a recurrence. I
jave recommended them to a number
oi friends and acquaintances and told
them if they did not cure them they
couM return the bcx to me, and i
mid pay them for them. No one
ver -strae VacU with a bos, so 1 know
ihey were cured."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., liuffalo. N.
sole agents for the Unicen States.
Remember the narae nOAN'S -std
take ro substitute.
. . ..... r--.ii ...... w.i... rf.51.mrnh Inlr, th c
II t.r!? 0 hUw some enorgeuT'no.nte; S
I IIP : -mitU n n . .-. t -i . .
f ooi. r. i , j voi uroiiiess unu amimion. rne
and proposes to do Its u oat to ee ffnL!Lat "eCnri Called
ttwj matter pushed to a !lnlsh savsl8s the. J5"?1 Z opera nKsregation
the OaHc chronicle company ' 8,nc)e,t when Charles E. Locke
with Mr. S A. Seufcrt, Mr. Lathrop i Comnanv G
raad the frip and obtained much in-' om'Mny
formation tn mid in tha i
the subject ho has attained thrn.i-h 1 . ,f I0?. l"lre a 9ood complexion, ,
done with regard Id th De.iehuis
w'thdrawal under ih :ircv net. uin
which a report was submitted, pome
weeks ago. Unfortunately, the pee
logical survey knows more about this
locality than any other, hut, with pri
vate enterprise holding right of way.
nnd there being no disposition .to up
root vested rights in this vicinity,
some other site must be chosen. If
Oregon Is not on the flrst'list of works !
to be constructed, the most it can -s-pect
next summer wj'l bo detailed - :
amiratlon of severs!' project? v.'n:"h
are reported upon by the local r-om-mlttee.
if such report Is ever made
cies or Interest to East Oregonlans
in the columns of the Journal, for
Mr. Lathrop is a convincing writer,
whose "gumonti, cannot fall to have
If you desire a
use Moki Tea, a pure herb drink. It
acts on the liver and makes the skin1
hmooth una clear. Money refunded
if it does not satisfy you. Write to
W. H. Hooker & CO. Buffalo. N. Y.
or ue - :mplc V. W Schmidt & Co. I
i oeiiiujuioreg ate to be used at
Hav is thp m ,.r.. . . J ' 001wlPll arsfina' t the em
" ..ui, 111 jioyes v.nen ;t Is thru- tn Innvr. nit
AUTOMOBILE HACK LINE
A. E Moore Will Have One in Walla '
Walla in a Few Weeks Will Carry f
An innovation for transporting pas
congers about the city will soon b
seen In Walla Walla In the shape of
an aiitomoDiie wngonette nronellci l
sieam A. E Moore, of Pomerov Is
preparing tc install such a line wlthir
a few weeks, says the Statesman
One wagonette 11' a capacity of 10
"assengers has heen ordered from the
East and Is expected to reach the cliv
about the 15th of next month If th
vonlure proves a paying one Mr
Aioore contemplates addlntr more mn.
chines to th line.
The sight of an automobile for car
rying passengers will ho somewhat of
Such Delicious Coflfep
uitncif-T can alike. Am 7 vZZZ..Ja '"mT ano nBI,o "
lh op UShI befotyoub U lkT.tU' "
J ' lu ,ne P metii tb tigo ol kootii good.
f3IA MU-K CONDENSmO CO., Highland, Illiaol
ininfjin f Ian
rii if r,ri half Irom 1
Sample room in connect
.ROOM RATE SOc
Am.Hrfl Plan, ii Pr
llcfiqimrtct. for tou.u. " -.ri
rlcr, hseo" t tD,k 'J?. n be 1
it nil Ifrat. to how room SLJ
moclero TiirkWU o"""-bqwEHS,
ruigc ir. :,v-j--. mum"?.
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lUlt 10 rnu. ;--v- ,nd t
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Office In Golden Rule Hotel.
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'17 n,.entative paper "
.onreclate It n.
ana prop.- -rr - . 1
It by their liberal