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GENERAL NEWS. (
A man Iwt W on 2-year-old u. .
a recent . Paris horse race and won
$11,900 on the book. j
A Ninpira. Fall coaohman suldd
d Sunday by Jumping off the u
pension bridge into the rapids.
The government finds it necessary '
to xrt every effort to And sufficient j
recralta to fill tae vacancies by death.
desertions and expiration of terras in
the tropic service.
Mrs. Mary I-onti May. a Brooklyn
woman who was a reclute. but no;
a miser, was found dead in an upper!
room of an apartment house at Brook-'
Jjro. H Is believed she had been dea 1
a month and that she bad taken
poison. She left 7-500 in cash.
Balfour, the new head of the Brit
ish cabinet, is being severely cen
sured tor trafficking in his official
.opinions. He is accused of clearing
$17,000 on the sale of a pamphlet in
Which his opinions on present and re
cent eri sines in EnglUh politics are ,
atom. ' j
The Spokane women's clubs have
passed resolutions -asking the United
Slates senate to invesUgato the
charges of polygamy nraltut Senator
lined Stnoot, of Utub.
George V. Trefern. a prominent at
torney of Ashlaud. Is under arri.:
tor uttering a false instrument and
placing the same on file In the re
corder ' oMce of Jmtephine county.
Thomas H. Hurdy. traveling man
from St. Iritis. left his baggos' at
Ms hotel hi Bol City. Sunday. aftr
paying his hill, ami disappeared. No
traco of him hn yet lieen found.
Jamj M. Colefl a pioneer of Willow
Creek. In Malheur county, died at his
homo Saturday evening, after a brief
illness. He was ono of the trt set
tlers In Kastiirn Oregon, to begin ir
rigation of sage brash land
Anderson Rirnrd, an escaped luna
tic from the Uklali, California, asy
lum, shot and kllletl A. J. McKlnnon, (
ot- Kernvlllu, and after being wound
ed hlmtolf by a deputy sheriff, made
his 'ftcnie in the darkness Suturdav
The body of W H. ltagan. the
Step toe farmer who illsapiwnred
from bis home Friday, wtis found lute
Saturdny veiiing. two miles from his
home. It Is evident that he suddenly
became invant- ami ran until he drop-1
lied deud from exhaustion '
llilV I ttTl yrt 1 ( I VTl'Ji'W lTi . !
', School Books
I School Tablets
No matter what the boy gj'
or girl Needs (or use in jfji
scnooi :t can tie louml at our
I -r.n.cl t-,l,l,.rc-,;tl,
Largest taulcts witli r
prettiest covers, at lowest
. . .
O. E. Weymouth, Snn Francisco.
George A. Wolfe. New York.
W. R. Olendening. Portland,
J. J. Oliver. St. laitl.
j. W. DeJanett. Omaha.
Fred White, Moscow.
K. H. Clarke, city.
J. J. Kelly. Portland. x
A. D. Chase, Portland.
E. A. Thompson, New York.
V. H. lleharrell, Portland.
E. D. Brooks, city.
Prod Stone. Spokane.
W. Lieuthentnnl. Ne- York.
T. P. Stone. Grass Valley.
A. J. Snow, PorHand.
W. L. Munger. Denver.
W. D. Allard.
C. W. Henderson, San Francisco.
Kd Blackburn, Ivuudon.
Mrs. N. E. Hamilton, Walla Walla.
Mrs. J. A. McKee, Portland.
I. e Itoy Wagner.
M. H. latton.
J. Fred Fisher.
A. Nylander. Portland.
J. It. Smith, Portland.
S. Sherman. Portland.
Mrs. McKee, Portland.
E. D. Brooks. Portland.
Theo Oeutsch. Spokane.
II. Bonnton, Alameda.
W. S. Spencer. Portland.
T. F. Swnrthatir. Portland.
Ron P. Smythe Arlington.
A. E. flreen and Tflfe, San Fran
cisco. Terry McKean
1, .R. Emorion. Eugene.
T. W. Murphy. Seattle.
C. F. Roye. Waltshnrg.
C. C. Sampson. Portlnnd.
E. H. Hurk. Portland.
F. WIeden. Portland.
A. I.. Morey, Snokan-.
H. H. Caston. Spokane.
C. I.. Daychert. C'tichmall.
O. E. Dltlfon. city.
F. Lampkin. cltj'.
F. Collier, city.
U. Daloy, city.
E. Hru?don. Portland.
Golden Rule Hotel
J. Marsden, city.
J. H. Wood. Athena.
Kli Mifriiiir. Atnuna.
Dr. C. W. Clark Halt Uike
I,. McKJnuey and wife, NniHe.
It It. McKinnoy. Nup.
M. Plcard, Salem.
Mrs. P.-"-ant. Salem.
E A llesay. Now York
H. Well.. Decorra.
I. U. Pruett. Dcorra.
A. (iroer. Helix.
T. J. Kirk, Athena.
F. J. Gardner, Portland.
A. A. Foss, Athena.
.Mrs. P. Stumpf and family. Athena
Sam Loo, Spokane.
Charles Nelson, city.
J A. Nelton, city.
J. G. Helfrich, Spokane.
I). Brants. Spokane.
F Schroegel. Buffalo
J P McManus, Pilot Hook
I'BTATSOrUHIO CITY Br lOLlDO
, Lrcu codxty. !
Frank J. Cbtner makei oath that he li tha
'nior Ttartner of the firm at Y. J.rhn x- iv.
doinK builneii In the city ot Toledo, count?
the mm ol One Hundml IMIlara (,,rt,.h
anu luiie aiorvaam, anq mat aaia Drm Mill tat
erety cae ot Catarrh that cannotbecurfd br
Ibeuwot lUU'a Catarrh Cure.
Sworn to bfore me and lubtcrltxd In mr
w prewnce thia th day o DecemUr.A.
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A. W. ULEASON,
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OREGONIAN. PENDLETON. " .EPTEMBE. 2.. .
tlULUUIUII IU uiuu
OREGON LEARNED VALUA
I BLE LESSONS AT OGDEN.
' irrigation Congress Brought All
Classes Together Conditions in
Oregon Far Better Than Those In
Other Arid States Future Repre
sentation at Congresses.
Orden. Sept. 2ii. The hospitality
1 i.f tm- .Mormon has ever won ene of
J his distingulshinc characteristics.
J Or.iUn had prepared for 500 irripi
? t.n,u and t'uere came l.ow. Yet
I...t aromniodat!ons were t:ot unduly
1 ' taxed nor her ready adaptation to
i mit tn the lest Shi-
1 i uui-" I
, era. -:ull met the emer;enc
Itht uirreared and surprisinc uuu.i .
' ii- h-r puests only pervftl i" "m'
J lute her lesem activity . m 11 -,
mm aitmn mof of tin. r! "'
1 Western spirit of hospital-.' "i 1 '
i heartedneci, which nia!.-s e.-
j stranger feel at home, no mat. !
, night overtakes him in i."
When the commltK-e on ref .li'..."i -submltteri
two reports n mi j"rr
and a minority report, to Uu m. m
Uou, Senator Reed Smoo;, sittins; on
the platform near the reponer., d.Mi- 1
remarked: "At last the twin ai.
born," (referring to the tw.. r. ni-. i .
Colouol John P. Irish, sitting m 1
the senator's elbow, repl.ed "Tin
the true Mormon spirit rroiping '!'
you're always thinking ot 'win-'
"Reed Smoot replied !- r i"1'
the creed of the Irrigatiom-i " malv
two blades grow wherovei i o-mIm. '
Thia retort is the key i '!. u
cess of the Mormon, no- al.ni' v.
Utah, bnt wherever he castf ni I"'
He begins to study to double the nro
auctiveness of nature, wherever 1..
become a citlsen.
No more fitting and inspiring iila. -thlfti
thU could have been dunei. fm
tho study of practical irriiiatmn
methods and the exemplification
the theories surrounding tin- (
Here the Oreson delegate:- saw the i
methods and conversed with the men
that have made the art a crowning
glory for the state. If the Oregoni
ant did not carry home some good,
some valuable information" it is be
cause close observation and diligent
study tor .six 'days could suggest nor
discover no Improvements over Ore
gon methods. If the irrigationists
and practical men in all thv walks of
life, who represented the state at
that congress, are not enabled to
bring new ideas Into execution in
Oregon methods, it is because Utah
can tetich Oregon nothing new. for
these men sttulfwo Irrigation and it.
attendant subjects ludiistrioiisjy.
In all the arid statue, conditions
tire largely idunticul Delegates from
Colorado. Now Moxico. Idaho, Wyom
ing, Utah and Oregon. In conversing
and exchanging experiences on the
all-absorbing question, wen- surpris
ed to find local obstacles and local
conditions annoying and .iiiilinntini;
their fellow-Irrlgatlonisto from each
and ovory Mate.
If any dlffreence in conditions ex
ists. It Is In favor of Oregon. Heie
tho sandy loam will product- three
crops with one oorly soaking and one
miilimmmer irrigating In the henv
loam and gravel soil ot Colorado
constant irrigation during ihe grow
ing season Is necessary
Tho same vexing question of nat
ural wuter supply liarrussei all the
West. The great Issue everywhere
is to store the waste waters, reach
out Into the water sheds and save the
spring freshets until needed by grow
ing cro. Everywhere Is met the
question of canal and reservoir con
struution and tho problem of how to
prevent loss of water in carrying it
from the source of supply to the
erop. How to build dams that will
stand and reservoirs that will bear
the weight of floods and prevent loss
One vital point, however, In which
Oregon is deficient, is the matter of
water right laws. Al tho other arid
states have enacted laws on this sub
ject which make practically perfect
the system of irrigation. This one
obstacle will retard government work
In Oregon, more than any other thing
The lilnhr. In,., is v,,...t .. v
Tho Idaho law Is suggested as a
and or,l,y of consideration hy
the legislators of Oregon, as the con-
'"tions in the two states nre nrnc l"
t.,...ii.. .1. .. .
v"-i me buiue
I '0 I" awiital in three irrigation
REMINDER OF THE FLOOD.
rieppner Schools Opened With Less
Attendance Than Last Year.
The Hcppncr public schools opened
.onday under very favorable condi-
tions. While the attendance was not
larse oil opening day as last
year, it was larger than was oxpec'-
i ... flit, larcn number of pil
ed, unuis "
pils who attended last year tela
iirowneu in v
The attendance -Monday was 2Uu
onlv 31 short of the number enrolled
un opening May last year, which was
230. Hoppnor Times.
JJon't undo the pood your vacation
has dune you by drinking poor water
o nutting inferior ice Into the boil
ed water Ten cents worth of Ice per
dav will supply an ordinary famllj
with plenty of drinking wat r He
surf though, tha- you get good Ice
Call up 'Phone Main 1S81 and get
imre distilled vaT re from the
Hnss Ire Plan'
Pure, Pale and Sparkling. Bottled
Only at the Brewery in 5 Louis.
AbjoIutcPurily, Firesh i.
Oraatest Sfrenilh, Rsason'ib! Prices.!
STANDARD CROCEKY Co
We ate the sumdarr for
iuaht in rocene .md fruit-,
of all kind. Prices such as
will hold your tradf Nont
better at .my price.
Come to us for
Air Tight Stoves
and Goal Stoves
Largv a-urtUH-nt air tight Stoves
$3.00 to $13.00
We will make it worth votir while
if ou will call and inspect our stock
and get our price..
V. S 1 1 o fa 1 e
Complete House Furnisher
mod-iiu.J?081 dread?d aDd deadr f all
onco and cured by Acker's EneltiTv
Itemedy "the king of all Cough Cures I
-tires coughs and colds in n rtnv k 1
. . . , "
jiii t-H ra ipna n.i mi - i ,
, T MMU .ilia in a uay. .0
S SOLI- rVHRYWHOUE K
L"' Jpdtionnd Constipa,
. . , t.n nnnK. hit
& of the Wn. P
! duc,ng a pcrfcct conpllra or jnoney
' refunded 25 c : and 60c e&1
for free VUldt & Co..
I J Q T Q f
,3 rnrH R A I SAM
' 1 COUbH BALD-.
Possesses nil the soothing
tinil healing virtues of our
native white pint' com
bined ill a palatable form.
It Ii unexcelled for
js and -;o u-nts
; er liottie
F. W. Schmidt's
The Reliable Druggist
1-.stoft . niocl. Miotic Main SI
t llririTOmrfTirT " '' " "-
, COMMERCIAL STABLES
G. M. FROOME, PROPRIETOR,
t urrvalls for nicnlc parties. Good
team? with competent drivers for
commercial men. Speedy horses and
handsome rigs for evening and Sun
1 1 day drives. Gentle horses for family
' use. Stock boarded at reasonable
i rates. Best of care given to transient
, . stock. Opposite Hotel Pendleton
i 'Phone Main 101.
1'St. Helen's Hall
Uaf a Not inn! Kindergarten Training
I Clasi- in connection with its Acado-
, . mic Department Separate residence. .
J I Two-year course .Model Klndergnr-
ten. Provide., practice work. For
ELEANOR TEBBETTS. Prln.
where materials are
produced. The lowest
priced roofing made.
Lasts longer than all
others. It is weather
and water-proof and
Sca for booalct. j
The Paraffine Paint Co.
San Francuco, Suttlc,
Portland, Loi Angtlu
nd Dtnvtr, Colorado,
Well ventilated, neat and
comfortable rooms, good I
bed;. Har in connection J
where best goods are !
Main Street, center of
block, between Alta and 1
Webb Streets. i
H ivuQc in autornia n
T C. TAYLOR, Agent
F. X. Schempp
Is back at hh .
auu in cnarge ol
Telephone in J
Prr.fr-. . '1
. .m.mjji uciivery,
i A LITTLE I
to the appearance!
teriur or extericrl
only skilled pauts
only the hest miisl
Our paper tad
perts and our J
paper the neval
bright ideas ol tJ
showu m oursicil
3 C. C. iij
and most e:o 'A
We are prep
liver coal or'
part of thecitl
iiinll tnaee fU1.?
doing to llnt.nV
Kememoer -- l
eai eat i9
beat made. 0'
the old wr''"ibj
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