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DAILY EAST OREQONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1903.
lubllhI overy afternoon icicent Sunday)
at Pendleton, Oreson, by the
EAST OREGONIAN PUBLISHING
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The Hunt Oregonlan In o.i rale nt It. It.
lllch s News Stands at Hotel l'orttaml and
Hotel Perklu. Portland. Oregon.
Member Hi-i-lnns-Mcltac News Awl.i
turn. taiT Franclwm Bureau. 408 fourth St.
Chicago Knreau. OMi Security Unlldlnit.
Washington. t C. Hurenu, SOI Htb St.,
Rnrered at Pendleton poatofflei' as seccond
and controlled, they became n source
of productiveness to tlio soil.
This Is the exact status or the
gambling nnd house of Ill-fame prop
ositions, in civilised society. They
are present everywhere. No system
of policing can totally destroy them.
If you scatter them, they only infest
that much wider territory. So the
only piactlcat thing to r'.o U to con
trol them, and make them help sup
port the state.
Uy this plan It Is not meant to on
the evils. It is meant to
keep thorn under such strict regula
tion, and make them pay such a pro
portion of the burden of government,
that the very occupation will finally
become Irksome, niul the dovoteog of
the trades will abandon them out of
This sounds harsh In some oars,
It is true. It seems to be a license on
crime, lint ir tne crime is
In the community, in spite of law, ,
Is It not better to make It a pnrt of j
the government, and keep it under
strict control, than to allow It to on- j
Joy fretom, and yet occupy apace, '
for which other industries must pay. j
frnoze. They should be satisfied with
the raise in wages, however,
what they asked for.
In Inviting the carnival Pendleton
Lars out the fakir and the grafter.
If n clean week of amusement and
sport can be offered, all right. If the
city can promise the people from the
country n respectable, moral collec
tion of attractions, for the weok. no
amount or pains nor expense should
be spared In the attempt. Hut ir the
main object Is to get the crowd aid
then get Its money, It woul.l he bet
ter for Poudloton to lot her reputa
tion stand as It Is.
Doubly blessed with high prices and
good yields this year, the farmers of
Umatilla county should build more
and hotter permanent homes In this
city this fall, than ever before. The
school facilities are beyond compari
son, the health of the city Is wood,
and the completion of the sewer sys
tem Insures a continuation and. even
Flic world to-day is full of innocent sufferers from that most loathsome
disease, Contagious Blood Poison. People know in n general way that it is
a bad disease, but if all its liorrors could be brought before them they
.1,1 dm,, it n5 tbrv tin the Lcnrosv. Not oulv tlic ncrsotl who contracts it
suffers, but the awful taint is transmitted to children, and the earl in sores j j tj) Alfalfa t , ,
Catarrh, and other evidences of poisoned blood 1 A'HU Ji
show these little innocents are suffering the awful consequences of some
We have the BestB
in iuai estate. M
some nice homes iJ
be sold. Choice Bui
body's sin. So highly contagions is this form of blood poison that one may
acre to 1G0. tyh
be contaminated by handling the clothing or other articles in use by a ! .racts f..nn 1f!r.
person afflicted with this miserable disease. There is danger even m drink- u,u 1W
ing fi-'om the same vessel or eating out of the same tableware, as many pure o qqq
and innocent men and women have found to their sorrow. The virus of
Contagious Tllood Poison js so
ssfi iriSf &r BLOOD POISON IS WO
Strraarsss respecter of persons
Urop 01 Uinou m uiu uuuy
tainted with the poison, and the
This is the charm, by soften of
GotiTertlng all it touches Into
Content can soothe where'er
by fortune placed.
Or .rear a garden in a desert
H. Kltke White.
There Is one m-heme to come be
fore the Irrigation congiess, which
meets at Ogden on Sutember 16,
that should be defeated. This is
scheme to have the govornmeut pro
.... ....nn.laifn,, ,,f iiv,ml ml).
v,e ... an ()ther pontipn,. SOclal. or religious
lions of dollars to add to the accu-1 ' ' ..
mulated national Irrigation fund, for organisation.
skin is soon covered with n red rash, ulcers break out in the mouth and
thro.it. swellimrs nnncar in the croins, the hair and .eyebrows fall out,
an Improvement of the excellent snn-1 nU(j unicss the ravages of the disease are checked at this stage, more
itarv conditions ! violent and dangerous symptoms appear in the form of deep and offensive
I sores, copper colored splotches, terrible pains in bones and muscles, ami
Th nntl,nllr lnrv In illffprpllt Yp,irr'l1 lirc.lkitlp- (loWIl of the SVStCUl.
ific fnr Cnnt'atrious lllood Poison and the onlv remedy
that antidotes this peculiar virus and makes a radical and complete cure of
the disease. Mercury and Potash hold it in check so long as the system i3
under their influence, but when the medicine is left off the poison breaks out
again as bad or worse than ever. Hcsides, the use of these minerals bring
on Rheumatism and stomach troubles of the worst kind, and frequently pro
duce bleeding and spottiness of the gums and decay of the teeth. S. S. S.
cures 13lood Poison in all stages and even reaches down to hereditary taints-
and removes alt traces ot the poison ana
saves the victim Irani the pitiable conse-
Horn & Swa
Room io over Tavlj
parts of the country is now making
an effort to have the oath of the In
ternational Typographical Union
rhantrckA frttm Itfi timSMtlt fnrtll wllll'll
binds the members to give tneir un
divided fidelity to the union, "before
This is a plan to enrich a few eon-
funds now accumulated are used to
reclaim the arid land of the West in
UTILIZE THE EVIL.
Itev. ndgar P. Hill, pastor of the
Kfrat Presbyterian church of Portland,-
has written an open letter to
Jf-vw Williams of that city, protest-
lug agahwt the mayor's plan of fining B prttc.tral mRnner. it is sumeient for
gambling, and making it a source ot n )regpllI lnlrI,ogeg The ,,, that
profit to the city, Inasmuch as it j ,g rHC,a)meil mll8t )niy hAck t0 thf,
eslsta, ami will exist in spite or a.. ; t thf c,)8, , reclamation,
police forces and mayors. In a greater thp eMn burden Q( approprln.
or less degree. In every progressive' on Bhom , bf adde(, , u 0()1)t.
c'w'- Just let the West reclaim itself. That
'uuv. tun wmnu, tinve oitt ann Keep . ... ,
.... .u- , .u, ..... I all asks.
uut an me i mui unit lurws id tue cuj.
the purpose of carrying on more ex-. Knowle8 hw jugt gh(3(1 a columI1
tensive Irrigation plans In the West. , mi( g hnf ()f ((mrg ,u Ul0 0r9K()nln
i over the appointment of Ed Davis.
tractors and favor a few localities. ; aR re?)Btl)I. of the La ciran,ie in,i ,
tpieiices of this monster scourge. As long
as a drop of the virus is left in the blood
it is liableto break out, and there is danger
of transmitting the disease to others.
S. S. S. is guaranteed purely vegetable and
Oregon dulegatlon take its medicine.
This is what Dr. Hoosevelt ordered
and it would brettd extravagance and , flfe poltie8 tn Oregon are getting can be taken without anv injurious effects to health, and ail experience of
misuse of the fund, if the legitimate ue01. the nterMtiHR point. I.et the nearly flftweats proves beyond doubt that it cures Contagious Blood Poison
completely and permanently. Write lor our r'' Home Ireatment Jloou,"
which dWcrihcs fully the diffi--rent stages and symptoms of the disease.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, CAm
LEGAL BLANKS JSS,SU
afojw of them. A fH kocoIv aJwp.vs kept ia stock.
Thomas J. Hamilton, of l'ortlnml
aged 02. and .Mrs.. Victoria Witt, in
Kmmet. Idaho, formerly husband and
wife, have just remarried again, after
a separation of 30 years.
Poudloton Real Estate
" i. inn ufiuug, stauie clfi
i.w uuu z mis- $1,000
t; room dwelling and two J
i uny simoon inwn, flnejjS
I I-room bnardiiig house A
unirnny located $2,500 1
5 room dwelling win, t,0 j
A number ot lots soniewhaij
iu to ?ioo each,
1 lot on flat flvo blockt fi
street. ?ono Other lotic
Jiucii other very desln
t ror sale All sold o;d
tome and buy
To find Just wbnt )o;i,
ri.nii price, sec
I. 1). BOYD. Ill CcJ
This scheme to bor
row money anil load the burden on
the arid districts, is not tho work of
true irrlgntlonlsts. It would seem, i
but of speculators, who expect to he
benefitted by the construction of gov- f""-" au,t "Z J! ,Z
; erument works. As the idle lands i
much lass derive a profit from them.
This la easier snld than done. It I
sounds practical on paper or from j
tho pulpit, but in actual practice, it
I Imnrnntlrnliln if umi snntlai- the
cancer. It will break out lu a down BW 80,rl- ,et the l'roeeds be n),'"ed ! I
othar places. The only way is toi' reciutntion. tuns Keeping a per
control It. Concentrate It in one pe,uftl f,,ml 011 lmml- T,,e ,BW as
spot, and gradually 1:111 It by confine-' now lrame1 ,s ver' 00'- N" ,m"
ment and by a close check upon its meaae HPI'roprlntlon is noetled to
progress 1 hamper the work of irrigation. II
When the first Oermun Mtture j w"l only mid to the cost of the Irrl
went to Samoa, they found acres and ! 8ated m,m- aml n,ake ,,,H ttler puy
rack the money which Mi.' eonirai
DO YOU GET UP
"WITH A I,AME BACK?
Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable.
Almost evervlxxlv who reads the m--
il Reading for
Kilmer's hwaiup- bj -
I .lev. 'liver ami bla.U fi t fo fl C W If I Iflh
i. :. !.,' ., ,i -nfl v
ical triuuipil ot tilt- unini i , ..
,i nineteenth century : iH
Do not Delay, i
not Stay wlthYl
acres of the richest land on some of j
tho small Islands used as tho roost-'
Ing places for seabirds. This pre-,
vented tho use of the land for any I
other purpose, and so the old Gor-1
mans began to break up tho roosts
and scatter tho birds to nthor parts '
of the Island In a few weeks tho '
noisy birds began roosting on house-'
tops, on fruit trees. In gardens, on I
fences, outbuildings, clothes-linos, vo-1
hides, and on anything that affordeu
a resting place.
Tho result was awful. Tho nause
ating stench from the droppings
caused sickness, fever and disease.
Tho inhabitants could not prevent
tho winged things from alighting on
Ihuir promises, and were horrified nt
The announcement of the Indian
Territory. Arkansas. Kansas and .Mis
souri coal companies that they have
raised wages about 1", per cent,
founds encouraging, and would in
cline many people to soften their
hnrsh hatred of tho truat. Uut this
ilUcnvered utter vcirs
j of Mrieutific re;.e:iri-h
i iy ivr. i-hiiuii-7, iiir
eminent kiiiuov anil
bladder pevialit. .mil is wonderfulh
Micce.-sful in promptly curing lame Ixiek,
uric acid, catarrh of the bladder and
lirighl's Disease, which i.- the worst
form of kiduev trouble.
Dr. Kilmer's 5vamp-Root i not rec
ommended for everything but if you have
kiduev, liver or bladder trouble it will be
found' just the remedy you need. It has
iieun lesicu in so
work and in pri
moved so success!
snecial arrangement has been made by
which all readers of this paper, who have
m Remember the Place, the Strahon Lodging Hoj
Parlors I and 2, Office Hours 10 a, m.
to 10 p. m.
Is onlv one side of tin. storv. At tin-
same time they raised tho wages of ' already tried it, may have a sanijile
Home sent iree oy inaii, ui?ou injiK n;n-
ing more about bwauip-Koot.aml how to
iindoutif vou have kidney or bladder trou
ble. When writing mention reading; this
generous offer in tins paper and send your
address to Dr. Kilmer fr;
I employes, the companies raised the
I price of coal 20 por cent, and also
j raised the freight rate on coal so It
Is prohibitive In the coal mining tor
j rltory affected. People In moderate
, circumstances find It almost impossl
' ble to pay the exorbitant prices, and
sS&SS: m fhe Lmiiieol World's Greyest Palmist Clara
and Mystic Healer, Has No Equal,
So Says Hie Public
fill trahr)lt Ptlni. 'im nttt -' Mnoi, It
-1 , . . i 'rl111 t ivp till uut. U( I v
tne prospyct. Tho am formerly oc- i i . . ,
wuwiij ul tH impossible to ship in coal, so the
trust is in control The common peo
ple can elthiM buy lual at lis pric or
eiipieit by the birds as a roosting
placo was farmed, It Is true. It pro-!
duced grout crops of tropic stuff,
which mulched the owners, but II
had cost the community lis healm
Kilially. otle old (itirnmn. wiser dian
the rest, cimeolvud the plun 01 nu.i
Ing the birds to return to tb,-,i old
hauuta at night by vacating the land,
and building roosts again m pa-(
of the trees that had bei-n nit dovwi
Soon a crusade against the bunted
birds bogan In all the Island. The
people drove them toward the old
centers, ami fought them away from
the settled districts.
Soon thoy began to gather In multi
tudes on tho roosts oreeled for them,
and by degrees tho country districts '
were rid or them. The droppings I
wuro concentrated In one place ami '
tho health of the community was
gradually restored. I
Tho guano produced by tho millions
lof. fowls which Hocked to this roost, i
was gathered up and distributed over
Ihn adjacent land. The very evil the tho most dreaded and deadly of all
inwplo had sought to remove bocamo dlseases. well as pneumonia, and
a toureo of profit to the country The'0" 1,uns Troubles ro relieved at
Urds wore ,n tho country a.,,1 could IAS .fSS,
not bo driven out. They would Infest "ures coughs and colds In a day. 25
every homo nnd scatter tholr con. I fonts. Your monoy back If dlssatfs
lamination on every part oi the Is-! led WrIto for Ireo 8an'Ple. W. H.
laud. If dispersed. ' M,Lla fi, N' Y' F W"
N. Y. iht regular
fiftv-cent and one-
dollar size lxttles arc Home ot Simr-Hoet.
sold by all goiMl druggists. Don't make
any mistake, but remember the name,
Swani)-Koot, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root,
ittd the address, Iliughamtoii, N. Y. on
O SPICES, o
fliioIuePuriv. Fiixesfnavnr. I
Greater Sfrmjlh. J?easort!2?rkes.! j
- -M 'W 11
Come and Bring Yonr Friends
Show them what good laun
dry work really means. Tho
Domestic Laundry will bo al
ways pleased to show Its skill
and to demonstrate why their
work is superior to all others,
nnd how ono can add to his
p-ersonnl comfort during tho
heated term by having tholr
linen laundered properly.
Court and Tlioiujiion Streets
MultituJes visit him daily. Wlmt he tells vou. (lm il. imod or bal
- 1 1 . .1. . . ,1 Iff . . , " ' . - .. !
cii-i ut-iiBiiu up ui us int' truui. no ati vises ui lovo, marriage, divorce,
health, property, speculat.on, lawsuits, fhann'., rivale, husbau-lp, wives,
friends, success or failure in business, locates nr.nn- lmU hiddoti tranre
articles His revel atioiiB are wonder!ul. There is nothing too mysteriotji
nun in mi.vu unties i niu nave iituon place years ag-), even century
described minutely by this wonderful man, while in tho death trance r.W
.mi. Mute. ne can cuinniunicaie wit l smn , m n nonooa y Uvnn t
welfa e Th" ignorant and the skeptic will say "I don't belbva that the!
can be loretold. They might tell the past but not the future" Pliei
occunns: daily in the heavens are loretikl years before they take nlacr.
uu.i-ioii mnniiv u wim ine propnesieu event. Upon the same natu
spiritual laws do I foretell events that are to take place or those tlut y
avoid. Kead testimonial from one of your best citizens, and many more
in my possession:
Tn Conn, Pnik-i r.,.. Pendleton. Oregon; August j , "
K.?ef S""h,u tea linK)'0U gave me last night was most satisfactory. I havet
sve .ir n,,i ; T.i . erS' a,u' ,l,us far l,ave tailed to find your equal. Vo,
" .1 ' ' tl,u 20th cu,,tl,r'- V1.'1' to!l' ' Pat with mathenmic exactness.
Z i v Z " f nre . rrcct as 1 10?ku(l "P tl,e llnte 'I'ings unknown to an)'
our welhrV. ,. H , l, ,-"u"rs'-enl "nt support ol this community With bust 1
our welfare and tliat your sifted power will stav with von. 1 am
Sincerely Yours, C. ,
Are vou illy Have your doctors failed in vmn-nnv
great M.ystu. Healer. He diagnoses your cafe clairvoyantly an
Si fi-oly without asking you one single question the nture of yt
II I S onnlL lX . " V0 U.bttck .v lost nerve anunergy wi
uioottocr iuiu io ins magical power,
d tells n