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About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (Sept. 22, 1903)
DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON
, mill ir- It 7 "
Fubllibtd eterr nftcrnoon (cxeent Sunday)
at Pendleton. Oregon, by the
EAST OREGONIAN PUBLISHING
Iiallv one jeaf by inilll f;-fl
tmlly. ill month by mull -;
Dally, three months by mull
Dally, one month by mull
Dallv. per month by currier '
Weekly, one year by mall l.n
Weekly. li uionlln by mall "
Weeklv, four months by mall .no
Serai-Weekly, one year by mall .... -.
Semi-Weekly, ill months by mall .. 1.0"
Semi-Weekly, three months by mall .. .50
The. lint Oregotilati Is o,i sale nt II. II
Itlrh's Nems Htninls nt Hotel P.irtlnml nml
Hotel Perkins. rrllaml. Oreson.
.Member Scilpiis -Miltae Xev.8 Asoela
Sail Pinni-Urn llureau. 4IIS Fourth St.
t'hlcngo llureau. !MW Security ItulMliiK
ttiMhiugton, I) t'. llureau. fin 1Kb St.
Ilnteieil at Pendleton postofSee n scctonil
Tin- works of (Soil iirf lair for
Unless otn oyeH .n sei'lug,
Sec hidden In tlm tiling (lie
Tlial nnlm-Jti'K Uh huiiiR,
The outward lorni Is not t lie
Hut ovory part la nuilileil
To ImuKi' forth an inwnril soul
Thai illmly Is unfolded.
The sultan has a way of nottiiiK
oven (hat In vory effective. He re
moved ItuHhld Pasha, as vail of Ilel
rut, aH requested by the United
states, hut Immediately appointed
him vail of Hrusa. a far more Initio
cd and Important position.
gracefully met othor embarrassing
situations in the' past year, the neoyfo
hope they will not fall In this In
Hern's n M'rmon from the Lour
Creek Unlit, which should be memor
ized by the press of Oregon: "We
nre for Long Creek, Its tributary
communities and the common inter
ests of the people living therein. The
people or Northern (Irani county, its
business and Its resources are good
enough to go heroic the world on
their own merits. The Long Creek
Light Is published for the best Inter
est of the people. As private citizens
we have our likes and dislikes, but
our Individual whims do not appear
In our paper unless we are compell
ed to rise In the defense of our town
In reckoning the success of the Ir
rigation congress, and In recounting
the benefits to be derived by Oregon
rrom It, the kind service and courte
sies of the O. It. & N. In furnishing
a special car, and in offering greatly
reduced rates to the Oregon dele
gates, should be among the first ac
tive agencies considered. This enter
prising company shows a laudable In
terest in every possible movement
which in the most remote manner,
concerns the state and In this sub
ject of Irrigation, has been especially
active in securing a stiong reptv.s il
lation from the stale and In mak'ng
n ci editable display of Oregon pro
THOUGHT NEVER DIES.
I do believe n grand thought never
I do believe that after love Is
,)est- . ,.. ,
When the strange fire (..at lay within
And the wild s.nglng of the
Have passed away, nnd we aie calm
And think upon the love that
makes tts blest;
I do believe there's more of Heaven
Than all the eloquence or enrnei
We reel beneath tho flr.it as from a
We watch Its splendor till our eyes
We revel In Its nectar 'till we grow
Dizzy and drunken, faint In every
so we sleep nnd dream, then
wake to know
Our rantuous songs have deep
ened to a hymn.
Whoso sweeter mt.felc. like a .icaven
I'teshens our souls with drops ol
Free Street Entertainment
vary Evening Except Sundays
Those senators who are to Inquire
Into the subject or tne president's
free transportation, over the Hasten)
railroads, should be careful to see
that no tree pastes are hidden In
their own pockets timing the Invesll-
Ono of the most attractive points
of Interest found by the irrlgatloulsts
viBltlng Ogden, was her two niagnl-1
fltunt city parks. Pendleton could lie j
giently benefited by this Inspiration,
alone. If those nt" her clti.ens who
vluvved those evidences of municipal
progress and pride, would turn their i
attention to converting the citizens
to the park Idea. Ogden has planted
her parks on a gravel bed. I'endle-!
ton could produce a matchless profu-1 care D ierscli
shin of shrubbery anil ttees with her
rich soil and abundant water supply
It is worth Investigating. Just ask
yourselves where you could spend a
few hundred dollars which would ro
gation. "Tills Inquiry Is one which dourul more dltectly to the credit or
might cut both ways.
The government Is now virtually
killing the timber and stone law, and
the desert land law. by Inches. The
leclamatlon tracts upon which no en
try, excepting a homestead, can be
made, and the forest leserves are
both very effective barriers to the
operation of those laws, and in this
way the government can put a slop
to the abuses of them, without for
mally reiwaling them.
rcndleton should have nn extension
of free mall delivery to every portion
of tho city. The government does not
prepare such blessings for a select
lew, who live under arc lights. As
lost us posiiblo. people should have
their mall directed to their street
numbers and Ix.-gln to enjoy tho pin
gress or this system. It Is intended
for all the people. Make ready to en
joy It by applying tor fieo delivery.
The Hast Oregoman will Insist
from now until the meeting of the
State Irrigation Association, In this
city. In November, that an Eastern
Oregon man he elected president of
this association. Portland has the
presidency of the association now.
and must concede the honor to the
arid district for next year. Thei.
I a vast amount of work ahead ;'o.'
this association, and It must l- in
touch with people and districts Inter
ested. When you get away from the
smell of the sagebrush you lose In
terest lu the subject of Irrigation.
With .'it Inches of rainfall last year, i
Portland cannot be expected to be as
deeply Interested as Umatilla county,
which boasts or the spot having the
least rainfall In the state 10 Inches
last year at Umatilla junction.
woman need not
fear the change
which comes as the
beginning of life's
autumn. It is the
woman who isuorn
out, run down and
a sufferer from
dreads the change
of life. This is the
critical penod of
woman's life, and
the prevalence of
makes it the duty
of every nuiiu u
who would avoid
ing to take especial
.1 tins time.
The Quaker Doctors
You Cant LJ
it you invest your m,
in real estate. petldl
nere are some barga
5 tuum , ouse 2 'ots 3 Ml,
"'"" ol- f3.ooo.oo
i. iuuu, UUU5C, I Jot t)
19 room house corner
$2, 650.00 one third cash
House and lot
o-""' luia on easy terji
auub 01 aitalfa
5 acre tract close
Si, 300. 00.
I Rihofo k Swap)
Room to over Taylor1!
An- again in IVudkton tor a few wicks. Thcv arc doing ntnrvelmis work.
Cancers and tumor, removed without knife, blood or pain. Jhe are
expert pi.ci.ilM- ill chronic and nervous diseases.
Offices: Hotel Pendleton
.111 In consulted 111 private to to 12 tlaih
i SPOKANE, OCTOBER 5 to 1 3
TliXTll ANM Al
E. D. BOYD
Hits Real Estate for Sa!
RKAIi ESTATE of all
ranglnj; from n small
residence to one of ths
most modern ami b'
equipped mansions with
in the limits of the city
o rendlefon. und frunu
farm of n few ucres of
good iilfulfn land to
tlioiiHands of acres of
wheat laud. Cull or
The ills which vex so nianv women at
the change of life are entirely avoided
or cured by the use of Dr. Pierce's Fa
vorite Prescription. It makes weak
women strong, and enables the weakest
to puss throitgu this trying change with
the tranquility of perfect health.
"1 li.ive Iwcn n vcrv hcnllhv woman ami this
time ha.l Ijeen lerv li.ird uitli mr write Mr
Magpie Morrti. vt Miiuwn Station, Clearhcli!
Co., I'a Box 16 "I am come to the time of
change of life, anil 1 tiae been sick a great deal
ofl and on. When Mrs Ilemmi moeil beside fcr
me I was sick in bed. and when she came to see p-
me and we were talking over our ckness. Mrs. b
llemmis told me to trv Dr Tierce's t-'avonte '
description and 'OoUfen Medical Discovery,' I
also relicts.' 1 rnt her to bring me a bottle of I
each troni the driig store ami I icd them t 5
They did me a great cleat of good, and I got two f
more bottles of ' .'.ivinrite Prescription ' Inev. r I
saw such a wonderful mre IJtfoi. I oim
menced your remedies I was pood for nothing
was in such misery I hardly kuewwh.it to tti
with myself, now I can do all mv work myscl'
anil ftef nell "
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are easy
and pieasant to take.
INTERSTATE FAIR I
MORE THAN $30,000 IN PREMIUMS
f Greatest Attractions and Biggest B
Amtisement Features Ever Secured M
AtiUK'lIri'JJAI. KI'HIIMT STOCK HHOW FRt'IT F'AII!
MIXfNC: DHI'AUT.MENT FINK ART IM.SIMwU
EIGHT DAYS RACING
OVKISJIiW HOIWKS K.VTEUKI) 1UG EVKNT liAC'H DA V
SlO.OOO IN PURSES
i,va I,.' .Sir,, ( aii.ival Eir .YK'tt, liiinfviii, Sptiinltits
ami II i, Ci'i CmI Features
SPECIAL LOW RATES ON ALL RAILROADS M
EE: eouci'sslunt'rlvlleiii's orsiilc W rile for I'rtniiuiii I.nl It (1, STlM.MKI.,Sec.-3
All the ajtitatlou over the subject
of tho next mayor of Pendleton, Ik
resolved into this proposition. Will
It lurther the work of reform now
well under way to ehatiKo t It- name
of the mayor? Can a new man take
up the work where It now Is. organ
ize his foices. and acroinpllsh as
much Kood for the city us .Mayor
Hnlley, wno Is already In the har
ness, and who has the support of
uvury citizen in his efforts for bet
In awatdhik tlm Clark loving cup
for the best fruit exhibit at ()(tdeu.
the committee In charge found It
necessary to go outside of the great
fruit belt or Idaho to Und the winning
varieties. The fruit which won thi
'tip came from a remote settlement
near Long Valley. Idaho, known as
-Mann's Creek, and won the cup on
the ground that Its Irult was abso
lutely free from pests. This Is u los
son for Oregon irrigators to remem
ber. In appearance the Oregon ex
hibit stood far ahead of any other
but It wouldn't stand the lest.
Sleep that costs JIMIO u night seems
pretty expensive, but that Is what the
sultan of nirkey is now paying for
the privilege of more or less tranquil
leposo. The money Is received by
the members of the special military
stnff which guards Abdul Hamld's
bedroom, nnd which consists of two
generals, a colonel, a major, a cap
tain and several soldiers. Kor their
night's work each of the two gener
als gets ."II Turkish pounds or about
the colonel tlu, the major SUS,
the captain fin. and each soldier $t.
the entire amount aggregating slight
ly over $'J(M In American nionev The
officers and men get their fees every
innriiln.. f,,..,,.Mni.. 41..,.. . , ... '
" ".. UUIS.-IJ imiv nave ueen
telli'ved, and don't have to wait for
it. like some pretty big nations to
whom Abdul Hatnld owes money
It Is to be hoped that the
board finds It convenient to install
a primary grade at the high school
building. It Is a dangerous proceed
ing to send little children I rout the
south side of town across tin track
to tho west end school, and '.his con
dition Is denying many sm:ll child
ren tho benellts of the public school.
It is a natural improvement which
must bu met, and as the boaid h.u
Ibis expensive night guard of the
sultan has been maintained by him
only since the recent assassination
or the royal couple or Servla Of
course the timorous ruler of Turkey
always has ueen particularly well
guarded at night, hut the murders or
Ilelgrade scared Abdul Hatnld almost
out ot ills wits, and hu immediately
(uitermlucd that he would surround
his bed chamber with tho most vigi
lant men who could be secured, and
make It to their Interest to protect
him. The command or dm j,,i.,i
;:hool ! illK,lt H entrusted to eight of
me minim most trusted genorals,
inn ui wuoin are on duty overy night
Owing chiefly t this and other pic
cautions that the ruler has adopted
i-ii-uu), it is estimated that tho
eeiMj expense or running
Kiosk- Is over ISil.Otm. ,ow
Come to us for
Air Tight Stoves
and Coal Stoves
ITge assortment air light Stoves
$3.00 to $13.00
We will make it worth votir while
if you will call and inspect our stock
and get our prices.
t o b 1 e
Comjilete Honso Furnisher
,Kor Hoardine; ami Day Students. Conducted by
the Sisters of St. Frances o( Philadelphia.
Uasses will be resinned September 7th.
For Terms, etc., Apply to
C. I). BOYD. HI CourlSl,
THE ONLY GENUEtfi
AND HEATERS . . .
Iv in rl
l-'urnacc, il put up hv u will U.
success, I.el us figure with juu 1
heating your home or pl.irc 1
Insurance at W
Schwaiz .N; Greulich, Props.
Wholesale and retail dealers in
lieef. Pork and .Mutton. Cured
.Meats and Sausages of all kinds.
607 Main Street, l'liout 1S1
Mis. .1. W. S. Kinerson. wile of a
.......ivii, nriiBRist or Shoshono,
.M.111U, was lataiiy shot hv
euro dyapopsla and all disorders arls
Jhyslclans ovttrvntinm 0-1.1 "
druggists. Nneirn n;"Um.
Trial package froo by w ting0 to W
W. Schmidt & Co.
Arc Combined In
Cole's Original Air
Tight Wood Heaters
Hot Blast Coai Stoves
They have proven their real
Hundred, of sa.ished puoph, in Pen d
and Umatilla users of' Cole's stoves ami
heaters nlvvays recommend then, to their
fr.ends, Sold only, i Pendleton by
Hf Inalininnn tn fofCC
OREGON FIRt RELIEF AH
A Strictly Mutual Home
M. H. RICE. Kreewater,
AL'ont for Umatilla CountJ-
J. P. WALKER, city agent l'
U22if. Hardware Man
LEGAL BLANKS WrUe &bT.
fan. of tiem. A Ml soppIy atwayf ta'stol?'
Be-t25 cent Meal in the CitJ I
Private Dining hariow
Elegant Furnisheil Rooms i
GUS LaFONTAlNE, Prop
633 Main Street
I' OH 8 ALU AT TIII5 BAST 0113
iiuu-c, mrKO bundles or ti'v-'-i,!
mined for as onts n bundle.