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OA.LV EST 0REG0WIAN, PENDLETON, OREC MEMBER
0 1 1 v siock m
rebtL- l iai:se is the most p.pu.ai
feature in the tax law of auj state
. . w ... h.r,. ii In principle -dj
ioi shsep raisins ia tioai'1 13 " . .
fuwuw trr fw . soadr) ferj. tv the importation of fine, in practice it is the e :un
ihmkm. w". . - . ... it fhr custom Ct ne
two (or any other per c- nt
there have gotten a start, they! -per cent on .or u. -
ought to be protected from further; count if paid in 30 b
invasion of their riebts by stift ; wholesalers everywhere ot ...1 i nes
tntf against sheep irom other! of goods. It is a ver popular
states. Whvnot provision of law wherever it is in
effect, and it is dooDttui u such a
section has ever been rcpea ed
properly framed an J im-
ise the --infant industr.
ferins tv the importation
1 hi.inrlm) shpeD irom other states. . lent
nncr.nuitu PUBLISHING . . .
ci. . and now that the sneep men .
-P1MB. Hth. !1
a fr tar Mil
Itl BMBtk T
itart auatte fcr mU
got aoaik ar sail
per moata bt carrier . . .
. o mi aiaii
ivt i moataa br matt . -
Uecfcly. four aodtfca by Mil
Sal W,rj. -
.-ni-wktr. u wrik r Ji
.-fMl-Wtcklj. tat- awaras y
.. i ts
TW Et OngnoJaa h ! at R K
Ktcb 1 .New Suuu at Htl PWttwd aa
Bl PtrMoa. I'orltaad. Owrno.
And so on. ad libitum.
A TEST CASE.
H rater rripp MrB
partially put into practice.
ZS .T. the bod;
In Real Est
the Year Round Disease.
Rheumatism does not come and go with winter
time alwavs; in fact some suffer more dunn? : the
Z. . 10 -tl, nv other .season. liefl
fhe blood is charged with Trie Acid. Alkali and other , $
irritating poisons, then the system is iu m
condition for Rheumatism to develop, and an attack .
is liable to come at any time. Winter or Summer. ,J
Rheumatism, because it attacks different parts ot
1 and is stitwen or siow ia ii a-viu". 1
names suchasacute and chronic, muscular,
, inflammatorv-.mercitnalanasciaticDut it i3 ,
tl nmil hlnnH that MtlSeS all. aOIHC oic IT
0-room house with
and electric llclit.
feet. Three blocks ir
S-room house bath
w4. fcwu tarn
Two G-room houses, J
street. $3,000. l
ly-room house on ji,,
rner lot !"n ..1
The new tax law is meeting with
many rebuffs, and a test case will
at once oe otoushs iuw j . . . j k..-.t
- .. , , io to 1,000 farmers and biio.nt
at Portland and immediate!) there- 3 ' . .
after appealed to th supreme j
There sbsuld be anywhe tro m
(men at the court house next Wed
nesday to hear the pros and cor.s
of the question M railroad as-es-
Saa FraavkKO Bimu. -mi Faartta St
Ckka Unraao. H KcaMi BaUdlaft
WMHtKrta.. d. c. MHra. w hb wj.-.. no m..ter what the decision!
. ft. 1 Aa ka It- i C
held by some lawyers that under . M V . .
it the collection ot taxes dv tne . ...
! , ... occasion with a decent apprecia-
lew of tgc3 is- impossible. oi . ... v
- J , r . tion of its importance. No occa
. matter what the arguments ad- '
I. , " , sion will ever present itself to the
Uduced may i. the people a
f. r u 1 r-op e that w;J! afford an emai
larire maioritv of the people are 1
1 opportunity to post ui on this
satisaed with the law sn general . 1 '
; very important issue. Turn cut
terms: more properly With its f
.. -,, . . . ,. and tudv up on the question, it
. f aims, and will ne prone to believe . . p , 7
...l... .u. -I.. s a hve issue, and there is m rt
If IIlKfc IIIC I1IUIU3 Vi MUVIIVil v u.-
constant sufferers, while others have only occasional spells of Rheumatism ;
w 'SS,.; utA U wenrintr upon the constitution, and in time produces , .
stiffness in the muscles and joints, and sometime the acids thrown ou ny , ;
the blood settle upon the valves 01 tiie
heart and ends suddenly and fatally.
It wont do to let Kneiimausm
. vooj lenml
- - ..... (luuie anrt
North Side $ 1,300.
.-ruom nouse good wl
i-.ouse is new
Life and Death.
So he AM for bi faith.
, IS 8tM3
3Ior tban most of us do
Rial stay: Can you add to that
That 1m for ft. too?
Ponland, lad.. Jan. 10
After beiac terribly cripp
three Tears witb F.heumitlsra
aav-fls ineu v, p. .- .
could sret no relief. And having J
read of the wonderful effects of I
S. S. S., I concluded to try it, and j
ilk hacDT to aar that I was entirely
cured, aud ara ahlo to work aa well
as I ever did.
I chocrfullr recoramend S. S. S. to
all sufferers of this terrible diseaBe,
and will say that if they will con- j
tinuo the treatment, as per direo '
tions, they will And a perraanoat
cure. II. W. SEES. , J
It ft eay to die. Men have dtM
itvr a wifa or a whim
Knira bravado or paaaion or
Was it ban) for him
link to "; every day to live
AM . the bttlfe that b dHomt,
While bis frfetid met hlt con
duct with dobt.
And the world with contempt.
1 1 feat it is selfish, and the argu
merits to -back the enort are so
, i.i-.s ...i...u.. i.. future.
than an even chance that it wi.. gc
' . technical.
to a referendum vote :n the nea
Begin to post up sojou
intelligently when li .:
If the supreme court holds :nai
the law is not lonstitutionel, ei:h- .
, . : Jit es; he's ten made a iu u
er this year's entire collection of tenant in the army.
that he plodded
. 1 j
, J Xew tumhtc asld
Ttwii well laft of the life that
I Never mind how be died
from "Swardg and I'low-
share." by Ernest Crosby
, taxes will be deuu fed. c the leg
islature n:ust mc: . special es-
Isioa to correct the trouble.
One cbiectio- o tn- .aw. n
its merits. :s :! e t. r- e : -en: rs-
I bate it tax- - ..r- .. :i : .! :,
Sbt He never saw an
H No but he saw tht
;nm his district.
run on. it is a aanperoi ui..oc.
you can never tell where it 1 going to
Strike. Home remedies, plasters, lini
ments and such things as produce
counter-irritation, are soothing and
may relieve the paiu temporarily, but
the polluted, acid blood cannot be
reached by external applications.
Rheumatism must be treated
through the blood, and uo remedj;
brings such prompt and lasting rebel
as S. S. S. It attacks the disease m
ti 1.1 A .arfnli.u th" nfii'.s. and
removes alt irritatin- poisons and effete matter from the system..
S S S strengthens and enriches the thin acid blood, and, as it circa- t
lates through the bod'; . t!i corroding, gnawing poisons and acid deposits .
nredislad'edand vraah.! out of the muscles and joints, and the sufferer . ,
IS Happily relieved irom iue uuscumiui 13 t
and niiseiV of Rheumatism. 1 J
S. S. S is a purely vegetable remedy, I
does not contain any Potash or mineral ! J
of any kind, and can he taken vritn
safety' by old and young.
Rheumatic sufferers who write us
about their case will rtc-;' e valuable aid and helpful advice from our
pbvstcian for which no charge is made. w:U mail free our special
book on Rheumatism, which is the result of ye..r-i o: practical experience ir
treating this Ut.-ase. It contain'; much intending information abcut all
kinds of Rh-.uraatism. THE SWJFr SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA
Kcon. 10 over Tai
E. D. B01
Has Real Estate fori
REAL ESTATE A
kinds aud iltscriptiJ
mini a 1
resmenrt to one
most modern ami 1
In the limi'K of the (
of fenoletnii. an
farm c.f a few ae J
gooti 11 Haifa lacd i
thniisaudrt of iomj
W Flack ;hr promlufir rui
iied In Porland Ttiesnay
'-" ai oiieration for st-i' u' -nr
Ph: foltuwing paragraph
.Cliicaso Live Stock World
fair pitome of the premises
corieiii ,ion sjt the cause r(
JJFol.owinu the example o 0
many. r"T:.c nas so arrini-t- '
tatffj as to practically bar rrte-"
can. hve stock and its produc:-,
As our trade In lueits with the re
public across the water is practi
caljy at a standsflt this action wii
make no difference
ought to read a baf from
many s experience Dear meat
ny er papular with the great mas
ofTthe population, and it will noti
bejmore so in France than m Ger ;
many. Incidentally, we are bu !
ing a lot ol stutt from France we ;
cojilii wcii do without. Why not'
put'tip 1 Darner '
J.Followint! the examp.t
Germany" Missouri ouch? t
shake off the incubus ot the
andiron trusts l imposing a :
hiitive tariff upon all out
lrqn maftufaetutes and .al
There is amuch coal and a great
dsalimore iron in sight in Mi
st$ti than existed in P-nns ,v.i-.ia
wfen those minerals were hrst
discovered tlire, hut the are not '
deyelqped because the tmsts con-;
trol all the factpjk, of transjna ,
tion and ownership. Let: Wis-
souri impost the tariff tussled,
and thus -deal a death blow 10 '
the trusts.'' '-develop huiiic inuus
tries" and "afford a home msrLxi
tor nvr tool products. All these
things would certainly result if the ,
tariK sUjuU! be imposed
'Incidentally we (Oregon are
buying a lot ofA Kambouiiiet
rams "every year from Francr
which we could welLdo without,
and would perforce tlo without ,f
a prohibitive tariff was levied upc n 1
tneir innmnannn Tk;, .1:. '
1 ...... a ia uiiect
ly in the interest of alt those in
Oregon who have a start of Ram
botiillet sheep, and might force
the fine sheep breeder ol other
states to buy th.ir RambouiKetl
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tarr.a? !in. ilast many fond mothT hopes,
are eri-i Fiu.iinc. -bicn Jo often uecurs after
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1 aniu. t-ai.n are liearmr babies. bcnu. dnrinr tin
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t:.-' remaimleruf tu- i.jttle uutli ta..
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