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....mv SEPTEMBER 21,
.mi rrn. OREGON, mui-'i
nA!LV EAST OREGONIAri, '
-7TMILES ON THE WAR SPIRIT
una s'K"1" ., , .i
i ........ ..,,...,,,.1 nr the exceptional ml-
1 (, .... . jiiltU 1-" .
Z"lSTloTl; the " vantages of the tract reserve.,.
nml tho'arld land made ready for the J ,.VVo need not c)I19tantly appeal to
freshcu of next spring. Is the nrsi;ti(j wm. t0 Ue01, the Americ. ...
. ... aurnrls.. of all, who , ....,., ntriottc." says Gen-
una s'K"1" ., , .i ' ic"i"u . .,..,,,,,..
era! Nelson A. Miles in an
... ..... Vnrl; World. "I have mm
EAST OREGONIAN PUBLISHING
Theme, Mnlu 11.
Dallv one K, liT mal.
lullr. six montlis by mall
Dallj. turee months by mall
Dally, w' month by mall
Dally, por month by carrier
Weekly, one jcar by mall
Weekly, lx montht by mall
Weekly, four months by mall ...
Seinl.Weekly, one year by mall . .
Semi-Weekly, sir months by ran II
eml Weekly, three months by mall
. 1 -
The Mast Oreionlan Ii on sale at H. B.
rticirs Nc" Stnn.ls at Hotel fortland and
Hotel I'erklns. Portland. Ori-pon,
Member Scilpps Slcltae News Associa
tion. San Francisco llureau, 403 I'ourth St.
Chleaso llureau. 00!) Security llulldlnR.
WashlDjtou, I) C. Iluieau, 001 llth St.,
HnTefrat I'nulleton pcwtuOlcc as stccond
How hall all nianlilnd be lifted.
Strength be hrnusht tn weak
Toll's opprension-t'loiidB ho rift
ed, Itlght be return b.eil as holy?
.Many ems, many sages
Lite's snblimur wunU lmvo
i- spoken :
Kleo your blood-stained herit
ages! Justice! rreodom! the.e the
James II. West In The I'uhllc.
experience In wars and 1 have never
found Americans lacking in v
patriotism or In flRhtlne 'lualltles In
anv worthy cause."
m. .nntmst wlta the teachings of
Theodore Roosevelt, these views ar
strongly impressive. Mr. itoo.se
urges the cultivation of the mi
spirit as one of the elements of the
strenuous life, of the training ot our
youth to the idea of lighting as a pre
ventlve of degeneracy, to save us
from becoming a nation of milksops
The real holdlcr. the veteran ot t.'
years' active service, does not see the
,,..f...ltv. "In my recent journey
...riws tin. continent." he says. "I was
WORK OF THE CONGRESS.
Oregon litis been benefitted beyond
liur fondest ill earns by the Irrigation
congiefifl. JuM closed.
Sho had a delogatlon present num
bering (il. liilly two-thirds or this
body or men, was there to study the
subject ol' Irrigation In all Its bear
ings upon settlement. They were
Iheie to study the piocoss.es which
have resulted so triumphantly In
other states and teriltorlos. In this
imerestliiK study, thoy found that
Oregon is much ni"ro happily situat
ed, Willi reference tn natural advan
tages than even Utah, the mother of
The cost of putting water upon the
arid lands or Ologon, Is estimated by
Hid engineer In charge or the lands
tinder contract under the provisions
of the Carey law, at $7..0 per aero.
There ale now about 270 000 acres
contracted under this law, and the
average cost of reclaiming It may be
Ktven as the average cost per acre
and in ltaker county, the cost will
reach $10, on some of the systems, m
$7.50 per acie may be taken as an
In. Oregon, one spring Hooding ol'
the sandy lands will piodueo two
good crops of alialfa. and turnlsli
abundant pasture In the fall. In
Colorado, Utah, Montana, Idaho, New
Mexico and oilier arid stales, the
cost of reclaiming the land Is as
high as SIR per acie. and theie must
. ..,,,,. nr laws, and refiula-
tlons, Oiegon has learned from her
sifter state a great lesson, and aha
will benefit by it. The omm.ss.ou
provided for by the last iegi.a
the duty of which Is to compile a
fultablo irrigation law. "-' Pnt
(cl to tne next legislative session
must be immediately appointed, and
the work assigned It begun. Oregon
Is In her Infancy from the Irrigation
standpoint, and must prepare to re
ceive this larger and broader appli
cation of tlv subject, which Is con
tained In the national Irrigation law.
As to the repeal of tho desert land
, i, umber and stone law. and
the 'commutation clause of the home-
tho congress hoard tho
subject discussed by the ablest land
imlcs and eg-nature oi me ....
tL, The strongest argument
against the icpeal of these laws, wns
that It would be practically cutting-
off the very source or the irrigation
i win. which the West Is to be re
eialm.'d. The argument favoring U
was that through these laws, the va
cant domain or 'It West W passing
Into the hands or the large lumber,
land ami minim, corporations, and
that tho people will own no laud to
i. in lifted, when the government is
ready to begin the work "i reclama
tion. it dm nntlnnal congress will so
modify these laws, as leipu-sted. as juny Kidneys .Make Impure ihouj.
to prevent fraud, mid nuiladmlnlslra- u uvA tll 1)C considered that only
linn, a long step will Inno been taken urillary and W'l11 'vs:
In the matter of preserving the rem- but now modem
,.r ii ....hit.- domain for the ac-, laS!iMriTM7ll wi'ii'iu'r Droves tluit
ncarh all disease
Hill BUUICl. II . - u a u Kf
achieved no other good than this, its
mission will have been triumphant In i
.,. . ...t.t ,,r nennle of lllei
OF BAD BLOOD
. . . ., M.vavs aiuful are WKL$k iS
, ' ""Su.eyareworSciusprin!rat,.ts......ue. ;
X t.nwmitaildthesklll A I suirared i with i,V.notly
ami fafo Ior Y rJnttii but very un
ffiYyrnd""! Ulinued" 'to Bo out fn the
to ntve it "'''; i VaVl boo . noticed a
urn nleasetl l to st Ub By , t to de0de
Bllerlit lniprova "0"V Si bottles my skin
lOllli.w". - .
extra efforts to throw off
the poisons that have
winter. Then boils am
.,... ,l rashes nml
eruptions of every con- WT)
ceivabk- kind iiiHKc ..i,laiims
their atJtiearaucc, ami me to Keep it i'. bnby.s. This wss a yr
diseases Xettlc-rash, 10 Bo- 7th Bt) Mlmieapoll8, Mlun.
1'oisoit Oak and Ivy, ..,..-11.. rcmaiu titsic-t durhift cold weather,
and such other skin troubles as iwunl . a m i ltcliijiR
break out afresh to gfS S. K. S. now Wil purify
S2fe w, reinforce nud tone up the gen
(O (C? CO' !J "Jsten and stimulate the sli.RKl circulation.
in my rcce.u j" -.--) irZS VZV ' qumtucr. The skih. wuu "
Ilt.ent." he says "1 was ! mi j. of a disliKunnp VJU .
more than ever Impressed w... u.e , - re 1)0ok 01l , .senses ot "e " fcyou nothiBg.
llmlorly.nB wisdom and tra.in.nll vlr- or nny special n.fonuat.on. 1 Jn .m cos -
illty of the people. They do no. want mc m SWJFT SPECtFIO CO., AUMTA. GA.
war. Thoy want peace." - ;
This we believe to be the more
truly American spirit. It does not
Imolv pusillanimity or smM'mn.,. ,
"There is no necessity." says Oen
eral Allies, "to stir the passions of
Americans in order to be sure that
thev will be patriotic. Thej love am
appVeclate their liberties ami will
maintain and defend tlu ni against
all enemies - Hoslon l'osi.
Often The Kidneys Aie
Weakened by Ovei-oik.
OREGON METHODS LEAD.
In search of Information al this
convention, 1). Holbrool.. ot Um.t
tllla county, called up-in a govu-n-litctit
engineer who has be-n conduct
In a series of e.":rlments In ditch
lonstructlon In the West
The eiiRlnee:- asked -Mi. Ilolbrook
In describe his ditches at Stoles, and
he would lake pleasure In s-uggcsllng
I. .. .. 11,,-ir l)r-"intlillL'
in the divorder of j
tnee iaut iitiiiw,
The kidneys filter
anil purify the blood
il.f.1 is their work.
r w.nrl-iiliit-vsiire weak
iiiercioiir, .. '
1 .r , .. 1,, ntitit.rsiuiuL in,..
or oui in unit., ..... w...
quickly your entire body is affecU. a ml ,
now every organ ku -
If you are :ick or " feel badly," begin j
Kilmer's Swamp-ltoot, because a-, soon
as vour kidneys aie well thev will help
all the other organs to ne.iuu. .1 .
will convince anyone.
If m are sick you can make 110 mis
take by first iloetoriug "" -.": i
The mild and the extraordinary effect of I
1x 111 Vtl"lltin 1 I1IIL. 1!ICU
h,kidm'V remedy i; mh rc.Uued. It
1 . ... 1; ii... itc intnlerfnl cures
18 Fverv Evening Except S
. you invest!
" real esuul
. . .-"1
"ere are tA
j .wuin nni.,.1
east ol MainSt
J4 room hous
00.00 one third
'9 room hosJ
Sa,65o.oo one J
Vacant lots J
40 acres il
4. pi, 050.00
i 5 acre tract
Koom 10 cJ
j The Quaker Doctors
rc ,-tLMlli 111 l'eudk-ton for a few weeks, The arc ilmiiK liiarvclous work.
Lancers and tumors removed without knife, blood or pain. lhe are
expert ".peu.ili-t-. 111 chrouK anil nervous uihcae-..
Hub Real EsJ
most nml (ml
111 me limi'jj
farm of 1 J
wlieat lani )
G. I), wm;
Offices: Hotel Pendleton
u-i, it., v . ni. l,i l oiiMilted in Private to to 12 daih
m: lloinrooK iiescuuen m one. i.t,im.v remech, i-i s'on re.iiucu. u
, detH.I. after which th- eng.n,,:- j iid.hehi
""" I ... ... ...i IT'
. .011 its lIlerll ... .... r 11
" 1 "l'v -' ilmeeists ill fifty-cent
.l Ich a:-
constructed as nearly li'-'am one-dollar sieWj
SPOKANE, OCTOBER 5 to 13 1
r.. 11,1,. iwitltluc ti Vnll itt.'IV
. . It. ..... n i2'iiim1 lint 111' itmf M.imrT!fxit.
.ompare will, vou.s. am. I can uict.-, -a ..IphiJi telling v.m
lore offer nn tugKOstions.' how to oul j,- vtm lMK kidnev or
' bladder trouble. '.Mention this paper .j
The statement of Charles .Martin. ilen writiugto I)r Kilmer & Co,, lling
I t-ecietary ol the .Vatlonal Livestock lmmtoii, N. V D. .'tiiiakc am mistake,
PUNTII ANNl A. I
. . e.-i . ,-i..i in un- ..it..,, in.. .... it... 1. 11,11, , , .
ost or reclaiming It may be; s (ni (,ki bll remembe. tlu lumc S...up-Uoo .
a fair average for the s a c. . , Dr. Kilmer s hwump-Koot. and the ail-
I,,,;,' ,- creek district. Is ?" "l' T"",l "Z Hress, IHg.ian.tou,N.V.,o,.everybottle.
I IIII'l-ltlt.'lll I iH. Itlln ini"'i-tilll"ii, ill .
the states of Kansas and Texas. Is no J
o.aggeratlou. The association does
not desire to make this a local Insti
tution, and for that reason, will Invite
the stockmen In every western and
central state to join In the loruiatloii
of tho company. Texas stockmen
would gladly subscribe the stock
alone, and Kansas is i.-ady to absorb
the entire system. These great stock
districts feel the need of some or
ganized opposition to the meat trust,
Al 3 1,
bcliwai fjmi'ich, l'rops.
Wholesale and retail dealers in
lieef Pork and Mutton Cured
Meat and Sausages of all kind-.
o'- Main Street Phone iSt
1 , , -., :iaud are ready to begin now to fight
continuous Irrigation throughout , ( Wa3)ljnp)1 J1(,
mowing season, or there is no, ll....i.,
.rop. The soil in the best Irrigated m;
districts or Utah Is gravel and ,mt o (lu mirke m.(, v,nl
to constantly Irrigated. The "! i ,.. , ,
, , , ., , ' iiiieiusivu in .lie .... ijiaitiu. in ....
n.iall.l.. minium- III which It can Ih i
i i.-ijn-t-r.. ii'ij .111.31 n-iiit-ni.-i.-' ii
ivrlatmed Is to have a Ml indent I ,,,.. ,, ,nt ,. .. , r tr,,
,ater supply lo lurn.s. every acre . MUt , jp "K- ft ,
during the entile season ls , ..raanlze and eieato a mar', -t druggists. No cure, no nav. 23 cents.
In Colorado an 1 Montana and In .. wvstein stock outside ot is Trlal packago free by writing to W. 'i
II Hookpr r r.n ll..rrlr V V i
W. Schmidt & Co.
MORE THAN $30,000 IN PREMIUMS
,. rmm 3
Greatest Attractions and Biggest ft
Amusement reattires ever secured
ACSItll'l InTUMi Hl'HUtlT STOCK SHOW KHU1T h'AIU 3
Ml NINO DEPARTMENT FINE ART DISPLAY 3
EIGHT DAYS RACING 3
OV Ell .'Mm HOUSES ENTERED RIO EVENT EACH DAY
SIO.OOO IN PURSES E3
Down Town St reel Carnival Lvcry Night, lauJevtllt Specialties 3
ami High Class Circus Features 3
SPECIAL LOW RATES ON ALL RAILROADS m
Couci-Hioiil'rivlleues lori-nle Write lor Premium List it 0,STI.MJlEI.,Sec..t.Mi:. 3
1 MOT I
i......,,nr vnitr hi
iiv... ..(, j
1 .ti.an.maln nn.t ,.11 .1lA.1n 1
our sister, Idaho, the same condition
prevails. No amount of winter or
fcprlng Hooding will produce a crop.
The walor supply must be abundant
the projects necessarily costly and
tint work of reclamation stow
Old irrigators trom those states
were startled when told that two and
lhre corps of alfalfa could bo grown
In Oiegon. with nothing but the Hood
waters or spring. They could scarce
ly believe the tact that although the
rainfall for the year in tho Hutter
Creek country was but 12 Inches, one
Hooding of the fields In Jaiiuaty, Feb
ruary or .Mai eh and possibly three
or four days or Iirlgallng In June,
would make ctops.
Perhaps this was the most Inter
esting i-ovemtion of the meeting to
lor Western stock
teat It (
rtmwlv. Snl.l v nil
druggists at $(.oo per
bottle Our Ktt1
vol.. IK .' v;mi!i ii .1,.- iiiii:,!!! ii,, w... ..
., , . .. . KrV tH., 11 .,.,.
1IIO IIIUCIIC',11 HTIKillOrS. lllill IllOj "vvoivminmi.raiii
govo.-nnieiit has not ulieady begun, tl"J Hnitnent, will be sent free.
work on the Echo project, in view of
these facts, Is tho wonder of all. That
All of this can be avoided,
however, by tho use of Mother s Friend before buby comes, aj this
great liniment always prepares the body for the strain upon it, and
preserves the symmetry of her form. Mother's Priend overcomes all the
danger of child-birth, and carries the expectant mother safely through
this critical period without pain. It is woman's greatest blessing.
Thousands gratefully tell of the benefit and relief derived from the
use of this wonderful
Every woman covets a
shapely, pretty figure, and
many of them deplore the
loss of their uirlisli forms
after marriage. The bearing
of children ii often destructive
to the mother s shapeliness
A I . I , , .
Tta Bntileld Rwlitir Co., AtUila, Qj,
vuiTuwi HVUJNUIYlX 1
Are Combined In
Cole's Original Air
T '. - .1. i 11T -r
xignt wooo rieaters or
Hot Blast Coal Stoves
They have proven their real worth.
Hundreds of satisfied people in Pendleton
find Umatilla users of Cole's stoves and
heaters always recommend them to their
friends, bold only, i Pendleton, by
Tiie Hardware Man. t
! I Insorai
. . . . eonian for a
Mopae of them. A fall sapply always kept in stock.
Agoin - ja
J. P. WAI1
talulnB o'X (l
rained tot " I