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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 190,3.
PublUhcJ crerr afternoon (exeent Sunday (
at lVnuleton. Oregon, by th
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Klch's News Stamls at Hotel Portland and
liniei rerKlus. ijruauu, usvuu.
Menilcr Scrlojw Mettue
St IraneIeo ltareau. 40S Fourth St.
Ohtesso llureau. 000 Seeurlty llulUUnp
Wmhlugton. I). C. llureau. 501 Uth St,
Htiteml at IVndleton-poatoflre as seccond
J When you're feelln' klnu o blue
nlsh tho road for the experiment.
One mile of good road on 'the ground.
Is worth a hundred miles on paper.
The socialists ot Anaconda, lon-j
tana, carried the city election last
spring, and took tho offices occupied
formerly- by their employers. There
vnm jwAtitnata nvor anmn nf the nfftpoR
and the employes of tho smelterswere
arrayed asralnst their employers and
won the cases agnlnst them, and are
now running the aliy government.
There hare- been some radical
changes In tho mode of conducting
municipal nffatrs, and the smelter
and mining men are dlssntls&cd with
the rule of the worklngmen, uud now
in order to bring about a change,
havo declared that active socialists
will not tie employed in the works,
hoping by this means to drive them
out'of the city. The country has
reached a great crisis in industrial
progress, if a man must pass a satis
factory political examination before
he can got a job. No wonder socialism
is jprowlng. The way to make it suc
cessful. Is to employ just such meth
ods, wherever a socialist is found in
There Is a growing sentiment In 'he
West in favor of the repeal of all the
land laws, except the straight home
stead law.' The abuse of the timber
and stone net. and the vast tracts ac
quired by corporations, under the va
rious laws that have aided in dimin
ishing the public domain, havo forc
ed the people to demand protection
for the remaining nrea of public
land. The actual homesteader has
need of the remaining land, and it
seems that title should be confined
to the one law, in order to insure a
settler for every future filing. It is
quite important that the coming ir
rigation congress take action on this
subject, and petition the national
congress to repeal the timber and
rmtutuvtv " j stone, ana tne aesert rana ncs. auk
the appointment of Davis, to be rog- gc'iao,,, period has almost strlp
ister of tho La Grande land office, j ,he mry of good iand, and
and try to lay it on the president, i th remnant of the once magniH-
account of tho arbitrary dealings of
the trust, which controls both ends
of the road the live animal and the
meat on the block.
th1 world seems down on
Don't lose hope and ease your
Rnt voitr henla Kn thev won t slin.
i Sot your heels and toar a smile
j And keep shovin" all tho whll.
' rnnn nn ahrw.n' till Villi lOSQ
i All th' symptoms of the bluo.
The Athena Press pertinently re
marks that the next great strike will
not bo for an increase in wages, but
to prevent a reduction of wages. The
limit has been reached and tho em
ployer will now have to strike, in or
der to keep the great industries mov
THE POPE'S DOMINION.
Th iinun Is nn Inniriir as vna ovim
Leo when crowned, the accepted head
of a majority of Christendom. His
flock of 230,000.000 Is outnumbered
by the total ot Greek and Protestant,
246.000,000. In Europe 160,000.000
look to him. and 170.000.000 to divided
shepherds. When Plus IX was crown
ed, his '.lock in European lands was
1 linn fWm nnA Ihnao wlthnut hlR
fold in European lands but 50,000,000.
When Plus VII took his troumea scat
a century ago, tho proportion was
nnnfltr f finr In nno It WHS nparlv
eight to one when nn Albanl. as Clem
ent XI. by the great bull, unigenitus.
began modern ultra-montanlsm.
In 200 years, this assertion ot the
power of the pope has seen him pass
from the head of all but a ninth of
Christendom to the head of less than
half. In another century. Protestant
ism alone will equal Roman Catholi
cism. But tho Itonian pontiff remains
for all these changes, which have seen
the great growth of modern popula
tion flow In Greek and Protestant
channels, the august head of a majes
tic communion In whose many-chnpel-
ed shrine all lands ana an men worship.
THE WAY TO SHADOWTOWN.
Sway to and fro In the twilight gray,
Thts is tho ferry to Shadowtown,
It nlwayB sails at the end ot the day,
Just as the darkness closes down.
Heat, little head, on my shoulder
A sleepy kiss Is the only fare.
Drifting away from the world we go.
Baby and I, In the rocking chair.
firelogs glow and
CURED BY PE-RIMU.
Hitchcock need not be ashamed of
Davis is a good man and win be an
honor to the office and to the man
who Is responsible for his appointment.
Russia is determined to prevent
popular education among tho masses.
A. Polish priest who had in charge
six young girls bound for America,
where the children w.?r? to be placed
in school, has been arrested on the
frontier of Poland, and hold on charge
of kidnaping. The object of the Rus
sian government is - to enforce the
doctrine "once a Russian, always a
There is cause for Pendleton to be
nappy ana in me mooa to lowson Development
Labor Day. Four excellent brick I . .
buildings, and about 20 handsome
dwellings have been completed this
season, and foundations for one of
the finest lodging houses in Eastern
Oregon are now being laid. If pros
perity and abundance of work are
causes for celebration, Pendleton has
a yell coming.
Justice is swift in Oregon. A negro
who sandbagged a Portland merchant
this week, was located, arrested, tried,
convicted, sentenced and lodged in
the penitentiary for six years. In less
than 48 hours after committing the
erime. This is a serious check o.. the
hold-up business in Portland. A lit
tle more of this swift brand of Jus
tice will stop robberies, on Front
street, in daylight at least.
rent domain should be reserved lor
actual settlement. It Is as neeessary
to save the desert to the people as
it is to save the forests and streams
Glitter the lights of
The raining drops on the window
Are ripples lapping upori its strand.
There, where the mirror is glancing
A lake lies shimmering, cool and
Blossoms are wavering o'er Its brim
Tnose over mere on me winuuw m. j
Hock slow, more slow In the dusky ( ni,i0r -rkmartmont
oifin-.r nnchor down. ! P"oor h"d Promotion of National
Dear little passenger, say "Good , Export 1
.... . ' m t r.nt.. n rt n 1 I
We've reached the harbor of snau-, ac ruu , . -
owtown Gentlemen: "Toward tho latter part j Ttts2A&y22tej
Eugene Field. , d August I found myself in a very i
, much iun-lowa condition. I suffered I
A PRICE OF CIVILIZATION. llB. D. BOTH
,s niA si'f-i-rrJmrm. InitiliMifc in tho fit . I
I in Heal Esta'e
! 9-room house with bath ro
and electric lights. Lot Vhia
t feet Three hlockB from Mh
1 street,, 3,650. w
T S-room house, bath room
lots, good barn. North Si&
Two 5-room houses, two loti
T barn, six blocks from ji
19-room house on Main strwt.
corner lot, S2.C50. ;i,ooo cul
balnnco on easy terms.
5-room house and comer ca
nurin oiut.-, fi,juu
l-room house, good lot, jgjj,
Uniinn nnrl Int (onn a.
cash, balnnco $10 iter raonttl
House Is new I
i Ritiorn k Swa:p1
ivooui 10 over laylot
nn ' - -
l t - nnrl w-nrrlniDIlt lnCIUellt to UlO 6X .
It Is a weird tiling mat. -mo cuiei ;
' , magistrate of the most nearly free piottoaon 01 ErB .-,- ;
Tn !. mnii nn earth do so many of .,. ,ilnf r elated must bo siUon. What late distressed ineand I .
earth's souls turn for comfort, com- guarded with extreme care from as- would lie awake at night ' threshing t
sassins. But it is a necessity we 5Vcr,' K 1 mar use mat expression, mo j .
r.m't nriiu (mm nnd the exnlaua- iraT.1 nf tlip nroVious day. 1
-1 ,t.n 1. .rnntni 1HH . .... r If.. I, . . 7 r-n !,T t h li '
IIOI1 13 8IU1II IMrti " .i ;..-'.. w.. 11 ' " . ;
Has Real Estate for Salt
Since Oregon passed the law ac
cepting the provisions of the Carey
Act, there have been five reclamation
contracts entered Into, aggregating
267.G91 acres of arid land. Appli
cations have been made for 47,000
acres, in addftion to these contracts,
and several surveys are now pending
..rtdoinn nml onnatilntlim and no
jiuaatuu, .. -w - j
blessing Is more truly urbl et orbl,;
felt by all the world, blessing those
who acknowledge him not. For me
deeper spiritual influences of life are
not to be bounded by creed and con
fession, but fall, like the rain, on the
just and unjust, tho faithless and be
lieving, all alike children ot one
Father merciful and foil of mercy.
From "The Conclave nnd the Pope,"
by Talcott Williams, In the American
Slonthly Review of Reviews for Sep
tember. IS NEW YORK EXTRAVAGANT?
Arrivals on late trains who have
not taken the precaution to wire
ahead for their rooms go from house
to house looking for accommodations
in the upper part of New York. That
certainly does not look like hard
times. Nor does the big fleet at the
vacht races point to any lack ot funds
on the part of the general public.
Thousands upon thousnnds of tickets
are sold for each day's race for from
$3 to 35 apiece, that merely covering
the .transportation expense uuu
providing for lood or a stateroom So
far the big steamers have reaped a
rich harvest, even if they have to be
kept idle on the off days.
had ! t
civilization, the more elaborate me ncn ntis prostration and recommended 1 T rjEAL ESTATE of all
iron.lnm tii mnro conoral tne euuca- . ...,, r tmtrlu.nlv rrew MWse. r fclnils nnil i,riiii!.
tion. the most numerous will be what . .l taj friend whom I had known ln ranglug from a sms'l
1 ijttiu i .i u -j i . ,
a man irrespons.-ie skepti::ait finally yielded to Ms nd- i J
i one element, or part Affer us,ng QDe j .ai . J
jf greatness. j b lmproved aad with the litth j
cranks of exalted " nnmnMB nCavcn: I am
we call "cranks."
The crank is
bv havtns some
of on element of
Geniuses are cranks of exalted . . ... ,,. recovery. I am
' VUUIb fcfctiiMw ""-f " f
force , In perfect health to-day and owe every i
The very greatest men in blbton . P q Punm. t
were cranks. Very truly yours,
.. "., , ,ih, ' HAL. P. DEXTOW
But. if the combination isnt right , TOUdoiiot derive prompt and sati.
that Is. If n man has no logic but ' at you nosmu i J , j
bumln" resolve or ho is possessed by , uoiory
the tTO o genius without knowing Write at onco to Dr. Bartman, giving .
. " . " i . Hon. 1 t..it ioi,.iT.nnt nf vonr caso nnd lie nu
what he wants, men ue muj uv u uuu- , ,
gerous crank, whose uselessly seeth-, be pleased to give you his valuable a. J
Ine tuougnts prouuee imouhj. mumrs. -
In the olden time such unfortunates Address Dr. Hartman, Prcsldout ol
were trodden down now we go to j rjje xiartman Sanitarium, Coluaibiu,
Theaters and roof gardens are
crowded every night. Not content
with paying $2. the box-office price to
see a poor show at some of the Uiea-
. i o.,.- Miens thn nnlv SOOtl
lets, i" uj 1 -
seats have to be obtained from me
sueculators. who do business in iuc
enormous pains to preserve and pro
And so the life of the president ol
the United States has to be carefully
guarded and we are spared another
martyr to civilization. Denver Post-
. ZI7i o i,.,. U vou war: :"r he uses rented or
Eugene people are icuiJib - , ,
vest trom the sale ot chittim, or. cos-1 our prop -riy Id
cara bark, which Is selling in that , Sl,0OSlMor.( 2,0 t Court
locality for 1C cents a pound. J- 31 oom.moi.i- . -z-o l.
rcsioeiice to one of th
tnon monerii and beat
e'ulped nmnnms with
in the limits f the city
of Pendleton, ard frornt
farm of a few acres of
to d alfalfa land U
thouanuiU nf acres of
wheat land. Call or
C. D. BOYD. Ill Court
dUU acnnwi ...... i w 1 Siretuimwio. vttiv u
for further applications. The largest most bare-faced way. All this iayisn
I tsiw nmtlsitnirintS T nit L IS
contracts made are with tne Pilot
Butte Development Company, in
Crook county, for S7.707 acres, the
Crook and Klamath counties Xor tS.
t91 acres, and the Harney Va'le.v lei
provemont Company, for acres
The average cost of recinmat'on in
these three contracts Is $9.30 er
acre, and the average cost o: main
taining the works after const rttr.ton,
is 73 cents per acre. Thus it is seen
that this idle land which Is now prac
tically worthless, can be reclaimed
at a cost of less than $10 per acre,
and as soon as it is reclaimed, it be
comes worth from S50 to 5100 per
acre, capable of supporting a family
on each 10 acres. There Ib no greater
question now before the West, than
this transformation of the desert mlo
gardens and orchaids.
The organization of the Independ-
111 u n i i . t. ' ' -- ' - - ,
expenditure for amusements that is
so marked to any observer In Jew
York must mean that people are
either living far beyond their incomes
i ik... rc rpmnrkablv nrospcr-
ous times, in spite of the bad slump ,
in stock and bond prices Boston
I- . - - -
I "!rT-rj !irSS "sa ltm',mt 111,1 '' 1 1 ' Ji'JI'"i
I Pcre. Palo and SparitSnS- Bottled Only ct the nrewerym St. Louii. g j
IL. . ,U1J1 ,. SOL CVEIV'r'yHERE- JP j
."" " ' ,
1 Madam St. Clair
ont Pankinir Comoany. at Kansas City
The Clark silver cup, offered for the j on September 1, Is hailed as the fore
best, fruit exhibit at the Ogden Irr'-jrunner of the final destruction of the
gation Congress, belongs by right of Beef Trust The Independent corn
merit, to Umatilla covmty. Will it j J)anjr ,s colrtuosed of bona fide stock
be brought home, or will Utah cap- ( men whl are now ln the clutches pf
ture it? The effort requireu to get. u the tnwtf and wno will begin mo con
Is so Insignificant, that It should not
be a barrier. Where are moso cu
thuslastle MHton irrigationlsts who
are so proud or the fruit records of
their locality: Here Is an opportuni
ty to score a point against all the
West. Send for that cup.
Harvest being over and the seat-in-
hauling practically done, the periodi
cal Good Roads agitation Is again af
flicting tho Oregon farmer. If the
government would build some good
roads In some of the Western f.tatea,
as a nucleus for a general good road
movement. It would bo much more ap
propriate, than to pay out so much
money for agents, whose only service
consists in traveling over the countT
using space in the papers and iIo!ng
no practical work. If tho government
wUl put some of these "experts" to
work, on selections of bad roads, for
the purpose of demonstrating their
structlon of a line of packing houses
to reach from Chicago to ban iron
Cisco, to compete with the meat trust,
for the livestock and meat trade of
the West The new company is to be
'i.v fiptnil stockmen, to
prevent the trust from obtaining cou
iml through tho purchase ot stock.
and all the stock shipments from the
West are to bo handled by the mem
bers of tho new organization, who ore
to reap a "double profit from their
stock one from the range article and
one from the finished, or manufac
tured article In the packing houses.
This is the only logical manner in
which to oppose the trust. If the
Western stockman will back the new
concern and make It a success. It will
bo tho salvation of the livestock In
dustry of the country, for It has now
reached tho point where It is Impos
sible lor the grower to receive a rea
sonable return on his Inrestmeut, on
St&cess steals more savings than the
Tjtuvlar. S.owly, coin by com. the
money that has teen no hardly earned
is paid out for drugs and doctors.
SicUnean is the-worst enemy of the work
ing man, and the common cause of the
working man's sickness is disease of the
stomach often involving the heart, lungs,
liver, or kidneys.
The use of Dr. Pierce's Golden Med
ical Discoverv will stop the stealing of
t)ie savings by sickness. It cures d:s
Ciics of the stomach and other organs of
digestion and nutrition. It cures dis
eases of heart, liver, lungs, kidneys, etc.,
when these diseases are caue by the
diseased condition of the stomach and
its allied organs.
About leu yer KO X Uz to have Ir.
with uh.'miiWin.Coon)llr w, ;lf
lud tolar effqnit often td lW "
1ESe S2.ploy.rt beet '""'Jl .ft
tSTbeit doctor! in the eity but got no hs p
S,S?r. nVScne way or other I happened to
toer helped roe. It'
j. .' . t.-lA mm
TcaLi 'lKt la ccanectwa. TJ raU-
h.ppj to tute that X "oineneed to et'
froei the .urt nd bare i J W J
.omtner on tccoont ot ray toeh. II Teet Op
top, and better than I bare for ten yeatv
Accept no substitute for "Golden Med
ical Discovery." Nothing ehe Is "just
MDrTpicrce's Pleasant Pellets regulate
The Greatest Wonder of !
thn I wrote to TOO lot
me that by my ymptocis yea
Has come to Pendleton to
reside. You will find her at the
Strahon Parlors n and 12, where
she will be pleased to meet all
who are suffering, mentally or
phvs.ca.ly. Her wonderful
Magnetic Healing Power I
Come and Bring Yonr
Show them what gooJl
rlrv work- reallv mead
Domestic Laundry will
wavs nleased to snow k
and to demonstrate wtfj
work is superior to an
nnil hnw nnt ran &dd '
personal comfort durintj
lion form hv haViU '
linen laundered properly.
Court and Thoui-on
Waler's flouring Mills
Capacity. 150 barrels & (lay.
Hour exchanged for wheat
Klour, Mill Feed, Chopped
etc., always on hand.
Has never bien excelled. Her
slightest touch is to relieve you
of pain or worry. You will never
regret meeting her.
t Call at Once I
Consultation rree i
1 to 5 p. m.
9 to ii a.
Be--t 25 centTdeal inti
Private Dining J
633 Main Strt'
Of Insurance lo
OREGON rini. v- (1
J. P. WALKER, cltr
will promise to iur-