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PENDLETON, OREGON. MONDAY, AUGUST 24, 1903.
DAILY EAST OREGONIAN,
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WiMhrnainn, l c. Ilnrain. 501 nth St..
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rtt)rl at IVnillvt.in xtBc iu leiiond
He comes to make the long in
Cones to push back the shadow
or the night.
The gray tradition full or ttlut
Conn to wipe out the inrott to
The intmtts of the Few against
The InsnitH they make righteous
with a Law.
Yea. He will bear the Safety of
' the Shite.
Par In his still and rhythmic
steps will be
The power and music of Alcy
one, Who hoMs the swift heavens in
their starry fate.
Yea. He will luy on muIs the
power or peace.
And send on kingdoms torn the
sense f home
More than th lire of Joy that
burned on Greece.
More than the light of Law that
rose on Rome
; meeting of the slate association '
It ie announced that China will j here , Novemlier. with a feeling of
oiwn two doors in Manchuria. If the and ndmlration whloh wlI,
other nation persist in harrasstag , aM Iertt ,D the meetinc and honor to
Russia in the Orient, she will start th(l cll).
such a rampns there that it will re-' Ca, ,a mvi!tUlf. thtft WH!k, ulect ,,ele. '
quire more than two doors for thej, provUe fm lner tran8Ilortn.
otetmeUonist Chinese to escape from , on hem thsJr e(lLIulaIs uml
the enraged lwar; het. ,hat thly po. wllen tne Ume i
The irrigation works recommend-, mW!- Th,s ,s lh OI,1 manner ln '
ed b- the geological snrvev give. ln-!whlch he tan slistaln hvr
tetest to the report on the irrigation ! renI,ation- No amoum of talk wi" ,
works of India. The net revenue to!uffice- XCU8 be takun for;
the gOTornmont was 7.SG per cent on' ,,w fa,ll,re to Ao Th timt' is !
an outlay of tllOjDOOjm. The value now ,"wn this and count" whuc
of the croi raUed on the irrigated actSon to endwl. If we are to sec,
area during the year is estimated at ' an" "f tn lMmfl, of rigatlon. we
M35.0W.(KK-. soil, in excess of the " "'reM,r' ,h a' by wh,rh ,np'
The most important issue before
the American people at this time is
not the trusts, nor the relations of the j
race, nor even the situation in Asia
relative to the open door. It is the j
queetiun of order or disorder of free 1
labor or labor that is not free. Shall ,
free mjn have the right to work, the
right to live, in a land ostensibly
dedicated to freedom?
Is awake to her opportunity
in a speech made at a public din- j call the meeting. No matter if
ner in this city In to celebrate only half the members of the nssu-
tbe Spanish war victory. Colonel t elation are in the city. It is a matter
Theodore Roosevelt said: "In Gener- that cannot be delayed,
al Miles, the hero of the clrll war, do La Grande, with not one-tenth as
not forget General stiles, the hero of - much idle land nor as many feasible
the long and weary campaigns : plana as Pendleton, has called a
against the Sioux, the Cheyenne and meeting and is going 10 send deli
tne Blarkfeei." Why did President gates.
Roosevelt forget this admonition in
dictating tne order retiring this hero
of two wars?
So othw elty of like proportions in ' of imraorality than Mayor Halley
the WflM ia eunveniontly situated ' has done Politics cuts so little fig
with regard to mail facilities as len- ure in the inanaKtiment of a city, that
dhrton. Bh5ht throiiuh malls oacb ihe people's determination to ignore
day arrive and leave Imre on two ! the call or the partisan is commenda
tratweonUnontal line of road. Seal-' Pie. Pendleton could no no wiser
tie muralnic impers reach this city on j thing this fall than to ro-elect Thorn
the day of piibllcntlun. Portland pa-, as O. Halley as mayor and permit
per mall racht here 10 hours after j him to complete the good work he
publication and Montana. Idaho and l has begun toward tbe moral and
Northern Washington mall arrives ' civic improvement of the city. Other
bore on the same day It Is mailed, if i men in the city are Just as able, just
no hitch occurs in train connections. 1 as much doaervlng of the honor, but
Prom a business point of view, this J he has made the start. Is now In the
is ono of the most excellent feature midst of IiIk task allow him nay.
of the city. It invites commercial ! f"TC(' "lm. complete it.
men to locale permanently here. It j ,t w bt. an ,l(jnor to 8r Thoma8
encourages tbe location of Insurance Uon t(J u, 1)(.att.n hy Ul0 Amerlcan.
and fraternal orders, and Is a facility ,f ,e ,,on.t w,n the (.u) he uavcg u
that places Pendleton in the front i , Kafe an( h(,norable ilandgj w)iert)
rank of candidates for any industry ,t ,g yerj. ,.0,y , remalni as long aB
or Inislnesi seeking a convenient lo- tlie art of yacht building Is nurtured
cation. I n the New England coast.
CALL A MASS MEETING.
The Commercial Association should
i cnlt n mass meeting for the purpose
of determining on the. sending of n
dolesinto to the National Irrigation
Congress, which meets In Ogden Se-
This matter must not tie iassed
without action. This county must
have at least two delegates at the
congress. Ten delegates would be
better If it wore
possible to send
! them, lint two must be sent, whatever
l-2D;else hapiiens. The city of Pendleton
i.'.'u i cannot afford to allow .the subject to
i;JJ ! "die for Inck of interest," as It did
so t in HaUer county last Juno.
This county now stands the best
chance of securing government aid,
in the establishment or irrigation
works, of any of the Eastern Oregon
counties. The Echo reservation is
boinc scientifically investigated, and
lrH presents the shadow of a prom- J
Ise to the engineers. It will be reeom-.
mended for selection. This tract Is
at the very threshold of Pendleton, j
I Its selection would change the map I
, of Umatilla county, the census re-'
turns of Pendleton, and would be a j
greater stimulus to settlement in j
Eastern Oregon, than any of the great
agencies, now at work. '
It Is PenAletou's opportunity. She
can hurry up the reclamation of Umn
' rllla county deserts, by taking part
i In ttte dlsenssbin of the practical
j method by. which this Is to bej
i brought about. She Is a representa-1
j te "Irripalttd district" city Trib-,
utary to Ieni)leton. tin the flutter.
Creek meadows Is one of the most I
1 perfect Irrigated sections In the j
! vst. . :
She Is Interested In changing the j
! arid domain into self-supporting J
farms. She la looking for trade. She j
! Is inviting the right kind of settlers
I and she expects to reap a just share j
jof the benefits from all the profitable
changes tnat come to the country.
ln order to injure her a place
among the progressive cities of the
, West, she must be registered at the ,
1 Ogden congress. The state will ex
' pect it. Eastern Oregon will be proud
of her action and will come to the
The woolgrowers and the Columbia
Valley Irrigation Association should
Invited to take part, and a set of j
active, able delegates, willing to go i
and alive to the importance of the
mission, should be selected. It is too ,
"oar the time of the meeting to delay '
further. The delegates from this ,
county should bear credentials from
every organization entitled to rei
refutation, to show that the county
Whatever the KiIiticfa or tlie next
mayor of I'endlelon may lie. he can
do no more toward the Hiipiiresslun
THE FOREST GREETING.
Good hunting aye. good hunting.
Wherever the forests call.
Hut ever a heart beats hot with foar
And whnt of the birds that fall"
flood hunting' aye. good hunting.
Wherever the north winds blow
Hut what of the stag that calls for his
And what of the wounded doe
rjmiil inmtlnc! aye. good hunting
Ami nli' we are bold and strong-
MUl iii.mu j
...... .!.. n,.l, nnll tlirnllCIl lilt'
Is a lirotner.s innei.ii nm.
Fur we an' brothers ever.
Panther nnd bird and boar:
Man and the weakest that fear his
Horn to the nest or lair.
and who shall
Hunters and ganle are wo:
nut who gave the right for
Who boasts when he smlteth me?
Good hunting! aye. good humlnc
And dim Is the forest track:
Hut the sportsman Death conu1 sttni
Iirothers. the way is black
Paul Lawrence Dunbar in St-i
PAID OLD DEBT.
The Chicago Chronicle says
after United States Senator !!
of Idaho, was married in Plillad
tne other evening, and while h
his bride were receiving eougriri in
tlons. the groom was called t. 'lv
door by a man who nsked paymr.' o'
a debt contracted before Mr. Heli:n
went West ln 1STS The senator wa
Indignant that such a claim should
be preferred at such an inopportune
time, but the visitor declared In- liml
waited 25 years and thought that was
long enough. Mr. Heyhurn assured
the man that the amount. $50n and
Interest, would be remitted next
morning, and thf unwelcome visitor
The Cause of Many
There in a lieiw nre. tiling n t'.i.
couutrv most dangfri Hi-- lK-c.uw..ifii i.
llll 11 tU9 ' Mauw" :
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'jC Utrart Litiurt or
..O'UiU'w art o::!:
tack the vital organs, causing cutarrh ol
the bladder, or the kidue-. themselves
break down and waste away cell by cell.
Madder troubles almost always result
from a derangement of the kidneys and
a cure is obtained quickest b u proier
treatment of the kidneys 1 f j cm are feel
inij ladly you can make no mistake b
taking I)r. Kilmer !. Swamp-Root, the
great kidne) , liver and bladder remeily .
It corrects inability to bold urine and
scalding pain in passing :t. mid oxer
comes that unpleasant necew.it of liemg
cotniiellcd to j;o often throngh the day,
and to get up main times during the
night. The mild slid the extraordinary
efIectofSwamp-Ro.it i mkhi teulizeil.
It stands the highest lor its wonderful
cures of the most distressing rase.
Swomp-UiKit is pleasant to take and is
sold by all druKgists in filt went and
one-dollar size bottles. 'ou muj have a
sample lioUle of tills wonderful pew (lis
oovery uud u IxHik that tells all alxnit it.
IkjIIi sent free by mail. Address. Dr. Kil
mer ii Co Ilitigliaiutoti. N Y. When
writing mention reading this generous
offer in this paper Don't nuke any
mistake, but reuienilierthe numt .Swamp
Root. Dr Kilmer's Samp-Koot ami the
address llingliamton. N Y . on e' er
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ovis i .- i- d. ii r- lit uf
bknDI l-inn Ii
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EAT EW LIKE CANDY
I Health AJdre -
, tTKCUSC MLXKiir lUflPiSY. C II IT ALU r SIW TOIU.
I KEEP YOUR BLOOD GLEAN
I WHATISTHE USE
of suffering from Indigestion if you
eat what you want, or of starving
yourself to avoid such distress? I
Acker's Dyspepsia Tablets taken after
eating will digest your food perfectly
j and free you from all the disagreeable '
' symptoms of Indigestion and Dyspep
sia, wnat you like at anv time.
and take an Acker Tablet afterward.
Positively guaranteed. Your money i
will always be refunded If you 1
are not satisfied. Write to us for a .
n5.i"!S "0l5er & C"
Buffalo, N. T.
III S. S. S.
every requirement oi
run tiown comiinon.
I dniRS, but is a pleasant vt-Rctnblc preparation o can find i,0 Mltt
, rcmedv for totniiR up the nerves ami hrmgitipr lvrrcslinifr, restful sleep when
I in a low state of health, or sick ami worn out with work or worry.
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, and US Roou ci- o n blool tonia oi your medicine ln '... . .. -9
svsiciu. mm " k need oi n eoort
ftftnrfHeeitnllllOStfrom Voura triily,
the first loe. It nets " sto,1
promptlv incases of chronic dyspepsia,
anil does nwav wmi iiicuumiuiuiui.in .uhihssoi urcatli
drowsiue-!S and dizziness that so often conic after eating.
S. S .S. is not only the best tonic but possesses alterative or purifyinR
properties, uml if there is nny taint, Iminor or poison in the blood it
searches it out, and ictnovesit. Many times a low state of health is due
ton Ixul condition of the blood and can only be UMiicdicd by a blood purifier
and tonic combined, or such a remedy as S. S. S.
If you suffer from debility, insomnia, nervousness, loss of appetite,
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THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. ATLAHTA. CA.
The New York Times Ins the Fol
lowing to say in Regard to Ice
Tiobalny ri" iiactt-tioIoRical fact is belter established
t!.an tbat much i i tbt ice of commerce is dangerously un
pure. The assumption that water putihes itseil in free
ing was long ago shown to have but a limited basis in
truth The iadi idtta! ctystals are likely to be purer than
the mother liquid fioni which the are formed: but ict is
ttiass of c rystals in wh:t h may bt entangled all kinds o
"1 ,i slinks art not onl killtd in tbe process ot man
utai-tiiring tht ict . but the condtnsrd wattr passes
:ht tun t-i k two thaitoal and pne spong ti it r
ti n )"ir (
COME AND SEE
Visitors Always Welcome
ROSS ICE and GOLD STORAGE Co, !
... , . .-.r,. ri4 Vi.in Ct,.Act
Phone MAIN 1781
, 1 fyy
W. J. CLARKE &
THEY USE THE
r V. i lopton. S. A. Newberry. E. W. McComas, Itigby-Clove M?S
Cj Younger & Son. .Miss Sheek, Umatilla Indian Agency ue
Teufsch, East Oregonlan Pub Co.. M. E. Shutrum. The only MSI-
BLE Typewriter that has all the
and n-jne ot the bud ones.
'lit mar blue
Call and see machine I can convince
ha rv superior to other makes.
JOHN S. KEES, Agent
741 Mi n .Street
IELATERITE Is Mineral Rubber.
VOl ,. IXIKJ)l)tn;X0 ,,,,, ,,,,.,y
ill tin I It i. ...... IIVTII II'K A Wi il!N()L' J lu,r
i ill I ft
Takes th . tilace of Hhlnelen tin lrnti.
roofings For flat anC steep surfaces, gutters, valleys, etc EaB r '
Temperc . for all climates. Reasonable in cost. Sold on merit iu
teed. It will pay to ask for prlcesand Information.
L, THE EUATERITE ROOFING CO.
I Worcester Building.
Nature lins provided n tonic suited t
me system when in n debilitated
i ..!. .
it cumum no stronir m im-nii,
the bent Hprlnir tonio on the morket. I hre'u'rt I
b nwi tonia ol vonr tniinin.
... . LEWIS B. Fuinpi,
indipestion nnd nil stoinnch troubles
inti' tin- cart1-'
514 Main Street
Oil Cooking Stove
is the automatic blue flame oil
cooker. It is a boon to the house
Keeper in hot weather, and will
boll hake or roast like a charm
It minus only a gnllon of oil in
three days, and Is the safest,
simplest, cleanest and most ero-.
uomlral stove ever made
Prices Reduced to Close Out
Co. 21. Court Street J
good features of other yptwrir.rs
has a tabulator which
you that it has
tnr nnil frrnvot. and all V'eVa
C-room dwellinr ...u .
fal and j lots
A number of lotj
1 lot on Sat, tre
street, flOO. OH
Much other terj j
y for sale. All vil
Tame and buj
To find just litJ
ngnt price, ux
0. D.BOYD. Ull
lors, uioff I
Just the pUB
date shoottes 1
Hp will be '
come in anyS
p,cture tA ,
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