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SATURDAY, 'MAY 9, 1903.
There nro Btrnins of n Hweotcr
song, llttlo girl,
Than hcartH or this laml rnn
Thore nro delicate whiBpers
nnd fleeting tent.
And gay, bright laughing at
Where nothing but sorrow's
wrong, little girl,
In, that country Over There, i
But no one ran toll you the way,
, little girl,
To that land so dear ami fair;
It glows In the sunset pools
It Bhlnes In the starry clouds
And only your drennm can stray,
To the country of Over There.
Josephine Dodge nasltam.
There are somo good people In Scat
tie who are willing to turn dynamiters
In ordor to rescue the city from moral
chaos. If officials won't remove the
dens of vice, they evidently believe
Queen Alexandra of Englnud Is the
latest to Join In the wnr against "race
suicide." The queen has set the pace
by riding through the streets of Lon
don holding little I'rlnce Henry of
Wales In her lap, and now the society
leaders arc following suit nnd parnd
Ing. the streets with any old sort of n
baby they can get their hands on
The poodle lap dog has been been
given a black eye.
At least one man In the United
States has the right conception ot
what our public schools ought to bo
nnd what thoy will bo sonic day. That
man is William It. Hearst. His idea
on this point Is expressed as follows:
"The public schools should be so
good, the public wealth should make
them so superior to any private
school, that no fnthor could nfford to
send his children to any save a public
The Oregon Dally Journal has add
ed a feature which will be pf. great In
terest to the stockmen of the Inland
Empire. This consists of a terse,
snappy and comprehensive livestock
market rovlow, from the Kansas City
and Omaha markets, It will bo edited
by George B. Longnn, ono of the best
authorities on livestock nnd market
.subjects In the United States, and will
.appear In the Oregon Dally Journal
f on Thursdays and In the Semt-Weoldy
aim weekly Issues. The progressive
stockmen of the state who desire to
keop In direct touch with livestock
condition nnd markets, will find this
column a most valuable source of In
1'endleton subscribed $1500 to the
MFODuuuii miiu in n iew nours one niter-
fcJFotirth of July funds hnvo Btarted out,'
i-ovor $1500 In voluntary contributions
UJmatllla county can depend upon en
.'Joying ono of the moat riunrnssful iiiwl
. UIIB. COUKltV this vnnr. Ti Urn rrrnu.
a ' - w wi to uvuiihi 4111' fUU VUUIL'IU,
ffTliat is a sufllclont guarantee of the
, excellence of the program and the
B '-( uperfect execution of all the nlnns now
'.- s 1'olng laid. The co-operation of
....Vl.UVCrV niflZHll nl Pmullntnti fa I....U...I
ui jiui iuu uiinium OI 11118 CUV lO 10
,t,-- lumsD w imivetj, nun mo encouraRlne
.start already made toward holding a
urand colalirntlrm linn i-li-mi Mm nii.i.
. mi Irrlstatllil.. Imimhiu t.. il'.,i1..
'these Institutions?"' Is the surprising bly Increase, If they are obliged, as
question asked by a prominent edu
cator. By all the rules of excellence
known to the art of educating, yes,
An advortlsoment. yes, ot teachors,
pupllB and communities. An lndlca
tlon of mental activity coupled with
physical force the combination that
has made the young American nation
the winner In more commercial, Intel
lccttial nnd Industrial struggles, than
any other people on earth. It Is an In
dication of virility, stamina, grit, back
bone and nerve, that la far more pot
ent than "book learning" In the fierce
competitive struggles of the flge. The
outdoor education that brings scholars
In touch with the world, trims down
the frnzzled-out edges of sentimentali
ty and gives them pluck and confi
dence Is what Is wanted.
During the past week 50 teams have
been loaded with merchandise, feed
and farm supplies at the warehouses
and stores of thlB city. These teams
came from the Interior districts, rang
ing in distance from 20 to 65 miles
and each one of them brought In a
load of lumber, wool or other produce
tor I'endleton business houses. Was
there over a moro urgent reason for
tho building of good roads than this?
Can the Immense trade of the Interior
districts be diverted to some other
point, by the condition of the roads
leading to this city? Tho Heppner
papers complain that residents of
thnt locality trade In Pendleton, and
wonder why they trnvel 75 miles
from home to load wagons with sup
plies. This is a condition which Pen
dleton must encourngo and sho can
best bind this trade to her with good
PAP A El
now. to resort to native liquors in a nnflUIIILU I I. Ill I fr"l- HIUI1
order to satisfy what to them Is a ft r nl I Ifl I II Cll I UvkbkVh
perfectly natural craving, tho result n liwimi""1
will bo doplorable. '
m view ot these conflicting views One of Indiana's Usefui iiflueators oays:
. .u . 11.111,.. ... i T 1 IV! rx-nr MQTI
rlvlnc at nnv satisfactory conclusion ... nnfyv-r,-"
on tho subject by ordinary methods,
why should not congress authorize
the president to appoint a commission
to make n careful and exhaustive in
quiry Into the merits of the question
as a bnsU for legislation? If this
commission were mado up of broad
minded men, Including civilians as
well as army officers, Its findings
would command more respect and glvo
more satisfaction than results readi
ed by any other method. Leslie's
YOU CAN NEVER TELL.
The United States government is
now senrchlng the state over for cav
alry 'horses. It Is almost Impossible
to supply the demands of tho army.
The average life Of a cavalry horse,
In peace. Is 11 years. The number In
use In the United States is about 14,-
000. This means something near 1200
fresh mounts each year, approximate-
and while this Is not n large num
ber of animals compared to tho size
of the country nnd the amount of
livestock In It, yet the government's
agents are kept busy In the effort to
supply this constant demand. The
horse business should be revived
tho range district of tho Inland Em
pile. The breeds have been allowed
o run down and the business of rais
ing horses In Inrge numbers has nl
most entirely disappeared from tho
list of Industries In the West. There
Is n demand for 500 clean limbed
horses, weighing from 950 to 1100
pounds, of solid color and sound body.
In Eastern Oregon, and it is safo to
say that the entire horse-raising tor
rltory of tho state today, can not scare
up 200 head of horses that will meet
the requirements of this market
Wherever horses are used the spirited
breed of the Oregon range is In de
mand, from the Transvaal to Alan
churla. Don't let the art of growing
good horses lag nny longer.
You can never tell when you send a
Like an arrow shot from a bow
By an archer blind, be it cruel or kind.
Just where It mny chnnco to go.
It may pierce the heart of your dear
Tipped with Its poison ot balm.
To a Btranger's heart In life's great
It may carry its pain or calm.
You can never tell when you do nn
Just what the result will bo;
But with every deed you are sowing
Though the harvest you may not
Each kindly act is an acorn droppeil
in tlou'B productive soli,
You may not know, but the tree shall
With shelter for those who toll.
You can never tell what your thoughts
In bringing you hate or love;
For thoughts arc things and their airy
Arc swifter than carrier doves.
They follow the law of tho universe
Each thing must create Its kind
And they speed o'er the trnck to hrlng
Whatever wont out from your mind.
Ella wneeier' Wilcox.
Ono of the rarest and most expen
sive of Chinese gold fishes Is the
bmshtall, n pair of which sell for $1,-
uuu. probably there Is no other Iv-
Ing thing ot Its size and weight thnt
is worth so much money.
Sir. John W. Jf ong, 51 Jefferson Ave., Indianapolis, Ind., State Representative
of Iudluuunolls Business College, writes:
" firmly believe that I owe my tine health to Peruna. Constant travel ant
change ot food and water wrought havoc with my stomach, and for months 1
suffered with Indigestion and catarrh of the stomach. I felt that the only thing
to do was to give up my occupation which I felt very reluctant to do. Seeing
atl ad. ot Peruna as a specific for catarrh I decided to give It a trial, and used
It faithfully for six weeks, when I found that my troubles pad all disappeared
and I seemed like a new man. I have a bottle of Peruna In my grip all the
time, and occasionally take a few doses which keeps me la excellent health. "
John W. Mcng,
MURDEROUS KENTUCKY FEUDS
There Is a sham contrast Ix-twenn
honorable rivalry or wnrfaio ami the
feuds which incite to cowardly acts
oi nssassins, Kentucky Is maklnc a
Btrong bid for a kind of notoriety as
oniiiiieiiii anil onions as that which
Italy acquired tln-ouch the ilastunliv
inula oi cui-inronis am nasass hm
There have been countless border
wars and bitter feuds to which tho
Btaln of dishonor has not attached.
Men have fought In the open to the
ileum wno would have scorned to
snoot Mown n personal enemy after
the cowardly methods of an ltnllan
origami, an avowed anarchist, or
The Kentucky lend Is a iimii(ttii nl
low. dastardlv mimlirn in ,.i,i i,i.i
"That tho Columbia Southern will by cowardly, sneaking villains. The
be extended on south from Shnnlko
this season Is now almost a certainty
And when It Is built 50 miles further
jiouth It will open up one of the best
Times-Mountaineer. Portland Is so
.poverty stricken thnt sho ullows this
50 miles or railway construction to
stand In the way of a Hood ot tralllc
that would mean to her at least a half
million dollars tho first year, with a
perpetual and Increasing tide thereaf
ter ,lf thu Corvnllls nnd Eastern
would hurry up tho least bit, in roach
iug'that coveted field, nil of tills anion
did trade would he everlastingly ill
H'orled toward the San Francisco mnr
'kots. Tho raco Is to tho man with tho
? 'Ambition to hunt business, nnd It now
remains for Portland capital to begin
"'Does the winning or athletic con
tests, oratorical contests and football
gnmtw by high school nnd college
fs'.,eamsf atnnd as ,nn advertisement of
instinct of honor which actuates some
men oven in tills day to resort to
duelling Is wholly wanting in these
Kentucky political brigands. It Is
time to cry shame on Kentucky. There
no nignwnymen nnd murderers in all
parts ot tho world, but American null.
tics does not often engender tho niur-
uerous plots which havo characterized
tho Kentucky feud. Yesterdny's as
sassinntlon of a prominent lawyer nt
the entrance to the court houso In
Jackson, Kentucky, Is nnother foul
blot on tho escutcheon of that state.
Thesn Kentucky feuds must bo stop
ped for tho sake of the reputation of
tho country If for no bettor reason to
bo found In the moral as well as tho
civil law. Tacoma Nuws.
DRINKING IN OUR ARM.
A census of the 312 .companies In
tho Philippines shows thnt In HO com
panies ,overy enlisted man used vln
ous, malt or spirituous liquors nt date
of enlistment; In 130 companies, be
tween 90 and 100 per cent; In 5H com
panies, between 70 nnd 80 per cent.
Unfortunatoly ninny or tho men hab
itually drink to excess, tho rooort
says, and as this number(wlll proba-.
Andrew Carnegie says the world Is
waiting for tho American nation to
try government ownership.
"Hills of gold" are reported to have
been discovered at Arltunga, In cen
THE most common phases of summer
catarrh aro catarrh of tho slomuch
and bowels. Peruna is a specific for
Hon. Willis Brewer, Itoprosontatlve
In Congress from Alabama, writes the
following letter to Br. Ilartman:
Hon?o of Representatives,
Washington, D. O.
Tho Pomua MedlclnoCo., Columbus, O.:
Gentlemen"! liavo usctl one liottlo
ot Ponumfor lassitude, and I take pleus
uro in Tocommendlug It to those Mho
need a good remedy. A a toulo it Is ex
cellent. In the short time 1 have used
it it bus done mu a great (leal of good."
If you do not derive prompt and satis
factory results from tho use of Pomua.
write at onee to )r. Ilartniau, giving a
full statement nt your ease and he will
lK) pleased to give you his valuable ad
Address Dr. Hiirtuian, President oi
Thu Jlurtnuu Sanitarium, Columbus.
hi IK VI
We have tlm 1.1,
in xicai icsiate. fyt
some nice homes that
be sold. Choice fiii
Lots. Alfalfa LanJ
acre to 160. Wheat
tl'aCtR 1 frrim ton
Dirtnrn 9 P....
iiiiiii 11 in iwin
Muni vv unnu
Koom 10 over Tm,i..
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BY TMU USli OP .
Mrs. II. A. AllbrooL. or Aticlln r
to.. Ark.. writM : , AOrr five months of
"J1 .?'!II5ri"? 'J'"1 fcnwle weakiirss I
wrile till for the Ufmfit of other lullirtre
from the name nffUrl rm i .l...i ...1.1.
out- family physician without any kooU re-
uii, ao my mitiiana uriieil me to try Dr.
l'lerce'n medicines which I did, with
wonderful remit. Iamcomplrtelvcurrd.
I took four bolt!- of Dr. rieicc's favorite
Prescription, fo. of his ' Golden Medical
Dlscntery'and titotUls of his, 'Pleasant
1 ellet. "
The Common Sense Mfdlml a,i.
viser, 1008 large pages in paper
covers, is sent free on receipt of 21
one-cent stamps to pay expense of
mailing only. Address Dr. Tierce,
Buffalo, N. V.
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