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DAILY EAST OREQONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1903.
Yotx May Have Come
To Town on a Rail
but we can repair your rig in flrst-clas
shape reasonably. We have nil the
modern appliances for dolnp the work
Seeour WI NONA WAGONS, HACK
and BUGGIES. They are the best
because they are made of dried timber.
Call and examine our rigs.
NEAGLE BROS., THE BLACKSMITHS
Agents for Stover Gasoline Engine.
All kinds o! Freali
Meats always on
hand. Fine Bacon,
Hams and Sausage.
X Prices as low as the lowest
j When You Order
I PROM US
Li AND EQUITY
you arc sure of two tiling.
1st. You can't get as good for
2nd. 'Wi can't get better at
Low price is an argument no
real talesman caiex to use.
It is the best evidence that his
goods are weak on quality and
quality is remembered long after
price is forgotten.
The quality of our brand gives
us the biggest biscuit business on
It will do as much for you.
Standard Grocery Co.
Not In any Trim 216 Court Street
Work called for and delivered
Jnnes & Cooper
Ml Garden Street. Corner Vi ebb
membored that for tho noxt fow years
" least Its onuro attention and all
money available for that purpose will
uu UbOit In tho construction of reset-
volrB on a largo senlo; too largo for
Individual, corporato anil district on
torprlsos. Then, tho Irrigation dis
tricts can construct tho Bmall rcser
volrs of, say, from a fow thousand to
a few hundred thousand dollars capi
tal. All will have to bear tho propor
tionate sharo oC tho burdens and ovory
man's laud will stand Its proportion
ate share or the tax. In this way no
monoy will go to water speculators,
and all will receive water at actual
Tho national laws should bo amend
ed tj that If within ono of these dis
tricts thero aro a fow farms .hero and
tncre upon which final proof has not
been made, or government land which
has not been entered, any bonds giv
en by such district may becomo a
Hon tinon that land tho samo as upon
patented lauds, Tho government has
juch a law so far as applies to land
taken up under any of Its reservoir
sites and which may rely exclusive
ly uuon Its sunulv from reservoirs
and dams constructed by the govern
ment, but It has no law applicable to
lands which may bo public lands and
within the boundaries of an Irrigation
' district not depending upon the gov
I eminent for the water supply.
I Will Economize Water.
I To Illustrate the advantages which
the Irrigation district system may j
I hnvo over the nresent conditions let
us take one valley, for example, of say
fifteen farmers. Let us assume that
; tnose fifteen farmers own In tho ng-
i gregate twenty-four hundred acres.
1 to properly Irrigate the twenty-four
hundred acres. If the water Is prop
erly distributed, It is safe to say that
the entire acrenge could properly bo
Irrigated by a constant How of six
teen hundred Inches of water. In
fnct. I think twelve hundred Inches
would do It. In considering this it
should be remembered that the larger
the body of wnter tho larger tho pro
portionate number of ncres that can
be Irrigated with that body of water.
One, Inch might not Irrigate one acre
hut ten Inches will easily Irrigate ton
acres, while one hundred inches will
easily irrigate one hundred and fifty
acres nnd so on In proportion.
Under district ownership we are
safe in assuming that sixteen hun
dred Inches would irrigate the twenty
four hundred acres, If distributed
pro rata nnd under chargo of compe
tent water superintendents, who would
sen that no man was using It when
not needed, nnd that when being used
none Is wasted.
Established Three Years
NEW YORK NEW ORLEANS
(INCOItl'OltATKD UNDMIt THE i.AWH OF TICK BTATK OF NEjv ,
his pro rata and ovory farm bo prop-
oriy irrigated. As a result tho dis
trict win nave fifteen prosperous
homes In placo of six. The produc
tiveness of tho vnlloy will bo increased
threefold and tho first six npproprla
tors not damaged at all, but on the
other hand, In many respects, will ho
I will venture to say that there aro
nono m tins convention who live in
a noignuornood whore crops .are
rnlsed by Irrigation but can recall In
stances whero a man haB been de
creed by tho court to ho tho owner of
a water right of a certain amount
who dooB not need tho amount of
water decreed him by tho court, yet
prevents others from using It, and
many may recall others who ubo more
water than thoy need nnd oven Injure
their crops unknowingly, and who do
so ror tiio purposo of trying to hold
too ontiro amount of their appropria
tion and provont some neighbor,
against whom he may havo a preju
dice, from receiving any share of It.
Needs Not Alwava the Same.
it nas also becomo n well settled ' 7 '"";,' ', ' i' .XiSEiEV"" ' 'v 9ttrMn- WiSlS
f is j ft. j a a 11 n 1 4 sitA
s M w I I IM v 7 A 1
i; u v 1 u v tt vat P II I-
EVERY WEEK A WINNER IN OCTOP.pt
Average Profit Earned Weekly on 150.00 in Oct
550-44. Total Profits Earned on $50 in Oct $201.75
MONEY WORKS WHILE
IN NEW YORK, NEW ORLEANS CHICAGO
nrktnn't , i . 1
RKKERNCKB: ANY HANK OU HANKER
Our tamont crtso ot track shorn are up at break of day, "olocklna' the .. .
you tleep then spot the winners that briny you steady Income. Our method puis you Z J"!'
LET US SUPPLY
DIMENSION LUMBER OK
all descriptions. Hash,
Doors, Blinds, Mould
ing, Building and Tnr Par.
Bring Your Bill to Us and
Get Our Figures,
Grays' Harbor Com Co.
Opp. W: C. R. Depot
This it Pendleton Testimony and Will
If you should doubt tho following
nnd wish to investigate, you haven't
to go to some other state in the union
to prove It. It's not a long story pub
lished in Pendleton newspapers about
a resident in Kalamazoo, .Mich., or
Tampa, Klo, It's about a resident of
Pendleton and given in his own words.
No stronger proof can bo had.
II. A. Thompson, retired, who, lives
on Stonewall Jackson street, says:
"My kldnoys troubled mo by spells
for 10 years ,and at such times with
a steady dull aching across my back.
I used large quantities of various
kinds of medicines said to be good
for it, but thoy nover benefited mo
enough so that I could notice It. Fi
nally I got a box of Doan's .Kldnoy
.Pills at the Brock & McComos Co.
idrug store and J found thorn to be
Just what I needed. They went right
to the-spot and not only relieved my
'backache, but cured It porm&ftontly.
I will be only too pleased-to toll
others about tho morlts of.thls reme
dy." For solo by nil dealors. Price SO
cents per box. Foator-Mtlburn Co.,
Buffalo, N, V., tola agents for tho
Kemember tho nnmo DOAN'B
and tak no otbor,
Present System No System at All.
Now let us suppose that the stream
flowing through this valley carries
sixteen hundred inches of water.
Under the present status of affairs
tho .man who first settles upon tho
stream settled at Its mouth. As
strange ns It may appear it will be
found on Investigation that in nine
cases out of ten tho lower end of tho
valleys were settled first, and as tho
country would settle uu tho nopula
tlon would movo towards the sourco
of tho stream. Tho man who first
settled settled at tho mouth of tho
river, took up ono hundred and sixty
acres and appropriated threo hundred
inches of water. The one nbovo him
took up one hundred and sixty acres
and appropriated threo hundred men
cs of water. Another man moves in
from Wisconsin and takes up another
one hundred nnd sixty acres and ap
propriates three hundred Indies; an
other comes from California and
takes tin ono hundred nnd sixty ncres
and appropriates threo hundred inches
of water; and another moves in from
Arkansas and he takes up ono nun
dred and sixty acres and appropriates
three hundred inches of water, while
still another comes In and no takes
up nn eighty aero tract and appro
priates one hundred Indies or water,
The Irrepressible Conflict.
Here wo havo six farmers owning
880 acres of land with tho entire
stream appropriated. Tho remaining
sixteen hundred acres of land In tho
valley aro left without settlements
and without water. Later other peo
ple settle above on the stream and
attempt to appropriate- tho water.
The first six persons enjoin tnem, go
to court, provo their prior npproprla
tlons, prove thnt every acre of land
which they have, needs an inch and
a half to the aero, and thnt they ap
propriated thnt amount and tho court
enters a decree accordingly. Thoso
above lire left without wnter and their
land Is worthless. At times each of
tho first six settlers upon tho stream
Luso all that ho may havo approprlat
ed; at other times it is running to
waste. Had the first six settlers set
tled at tho head of tho stream, then
port of tho time nono or them would
havo been using tho wator, nnd all
the surplus would How to tho settlers
below who could havo appropriated
tho surplus; but being at tho mouth
of tho stream It is left tx thorn to de
termine whether all Is necessary or
not. nnd ns a result. In nearly ovory
Instnuco It will bo found that tho
water Is constantly demanded and tho
people above will bo left without tno
proper wator supply for Irrlgntlon
To Bring Order Out of Chaos.
On tho other hand let us nssumo
that tho vnlloy of fifteen farmers
should bo organized Into an Irrigation
district. Tho district, by condemna
tion proceedings, if found necessary,
will bocomo tho ontiro owner of tho
water supply. Undor ,proper regula
tions and undor water superintend
ents and ditch bosses ,lt will bo found
that the lowor settlors on tho stream
can bo supplied by giving thorn tho
wator part of tho lime In place of all
the time; that every man can resolve
years ago required a given amount of
wntor for Irrigation purposes, do not
need ns much now. Tho longer lands
are Irrigated, as a rule, tho loss tho
amount or wator required for Us
proper Irrigation. This Is especially
true wtiore sub-Irrigation Is depended
upon, nnd generally the case under
all circumstances, with but fow ex
ceptions; but under nresent condi
tions n man who was decreed two
hundred Inches of wntor thirty years
ago is holding tho samo amount yet,
anil if lie can not use nil to an ad
vantage, he usually sees to it thai
the other fellow does not use It.
These unfortunate conditions can all
bo avoldec, by the organization of Ir
Adjustment of Interests.
I havo spoken thus far of Irrigation
districts independent of the govern
ment's aid In the construction of
reservoirs and other methods of sup
plying wnter to consumers. Irriga
tion districts when properly organ
ized and managed under properly
framed laws, and I might here add,
by the way, that I bellovo thero Is
room for much Improvement In the
irrigation district law nf our statu;
but irrigation district laws, when
properly framed and properly In force
win, i ininK. eventually ho the solu
tion nnd result In tho adjustment of
tho mnny difficulties that will arise
between tho government and tho set
tlers on tho stream. Tho Irrigation
district can condemn tho private
rights which the settlers may hold
and which thoy may not see fit to sur
render to tho covernmont. It will
thus ellmlnntc tho difficulties which
may arise by reason or riparian t-ot-
tiers heing located upon a stream
which tho government may want to
utilize, nnd when tho government
shall have constructed Its reservoirs
and have tho means or distribution
complcto nnd ready to turn over to
tho settlers undor tho dams and on
the streams, tho entire settlement
undor such reservoirs, whether the
system reaches, but ono valley or be
so cxtensivo as to cover numerous
valleys adjoining, should be organ
ized Into ono great district. The.
district can then guarantee tho pay
ment or tho bonds to tho government.
Tho reservoir sito with all tho rights
that tho government may have, may
ho patented to the district and the
people or the district thereby become
owners in common, not only or its
great canals nnd numerous laterals
therefrom to tho various farms, but
dams and reservoir sites and tho en
tire sourco of the water supply, as
well, and own his farm as ho owns it
Common Rights and Common Owners
Each man may own tho ditches upon
his farm and distribute tho water ac
cordingly to his own notion when de
livered to his placo by tho employes of
tho district, yet tho ontiro community,
whether It consists of ono valley or
numerous valloys, so long as within
tho boundaries of tho district, will
all ho owners In common of the wnter
supply with which their farms may I
Wo will thus eliminate) tho friction
so often arising between two owners
of wntor rights. Tho question ns -to
whether the doctrlno of riparian
ownership or prior appropriation
shall be Immaterial. All will bo mut
ually benefited nnd It will prove to bo
not only a great step towards tho so
lution or wator litigation but tho re
sources, productiveness or tho soil
and population of the nrid lands of
our stnto will bo Increased propor
Again wo scored heavily for nil of our clients last month.
Mnn it fi.miiil.nHnn with tlin twist f nfl II t lao flint- TnntlftV 11,1,1
ing winners at tno Horse races me moat nccunuc unu pruatuoie
allotting demonstrates a good prone tor ever? client.
Again wc landed th. .
brains can procure to m.iT.' '?a
In tue land, nas had It. n.,.!:.'9
Haw 550.00 netted 3201.7s in lea thun a
Hare hi a comnlcte statement, aliowlni? tho result of a $10 nlay on each Iioi-b. ).. 1.
Inn- rWnli.,. fMn,.- A i.nilt.l ,n hntrln wit!, nf 9nf1 la rnmilrnil titf 1 na n mat... -. " SUf "
on each hone that U considered by us a good betting proposition.) ""mu
October Meetlncsv-Morrlw Park and Brighton
Not a Sick Day Since.
"I was taken severely sick with
kldnoy trouble. I tried nil sorts of
medicines, none of which relieved
me. Ono day I saw an ad, ofVyour
Klectrlc Hitters and determined to
try that. After taking a fow doses
I felt relieved, and soon thereafter
was entirely cuicd, and have not seen
a sick day since, ..neighbors of mine
havo ben cured or Hheiimatlsm, Neu
ralgia, Liver and Kldnoy troubles
and General Debility." This Is what
B. V. Uass, of Freemont, N. C,
writes. Only BOc at Tallman & Co.,
Bargain if Taken Soon.
$4,000, now residence with its own
water plant and nil modern Improve
ments, also chicken houso and barn;
11 lots with a second dwolllng houso
worth S800. Will soli soven lots witn
largo houso or four lots with small
house. Easy payments. This Is tho
grontest bargain offered In Pondloton.
Call on IJentloy & llnrtman and got
Notice to Contractors.
Sealed nronos.tlH will bo rocolved
at tho ofilco of T. F. Howard, arehl-.
tect, up to four o'clock p. rn., Batur-
,101, Nnifnmhn, 11 llin'I Tnr inn
building , of a , one-story brick building
for F. X. Bchompp and John Bcnmidt.
Flans will be on oxmlbltlon at tho
ofilco of the architect. The right Is
resorvod to reject auy and all bids.
November 0, 1803,
Net Dud, Jteeult.
I.'IRST WHUK. Won. Lott.
7 to 5, won: Castlllan. V to 0. won:
Duelist, lost $22
2 Oaniman, 5 to 2, won; U loaera
il Jurenal Maxim, 0 to 1, xiou; M. Tlieo, lost;
Wealth, lost -10
! S. l'rotect., 1 to a, won ; M. llruut. 7 to 2. won ;
2 losers i II)
AurlMTllle, O to 0, won; 3 loner
t Lund oC Clover, C to 2, won; 2 losers T,
1 Jtaulconbrld KC. lost
2 Burmlsc, lost
a ro play (truck conditions unfUTorablo) ..... .
4 itedal, 7 to 1, won; 4 losers 30
Cliuranlnd, -t toft, won ;' Duelist, 11 to C, won; .'!
C Uutcoaie, !) to 10, won; Tepee, .1 to 'G, won.. IS
1-A.tarlta, 8 to 0, wVa W.?
1 loser V "nM
H rn men !t li, 1 - L
3 loseri ' ' aBWW&
r ltlvar DlMtr .rv,,,!I
w .m ILUI, u in it. WftrM 1 l.
l-Mamle Worth, iTlU.r !?
ivuu : i iiwer. ...
2 Woodabaile, 12 toVwon"Vi';
Nft wlDtilmra .
Xet nrofltR nn tm
Pick tlic Winn
The above! nhnwlntr Ik nn Irnnruvcmcnt OTor that of Hen t ember, nnd Is not remnrlffihlu .1... .
-)T UI Ifll US HUM UIUUIU
The system we employ to locate winner In Identical with that used by "Pittstmrg Phil Jab
r-r: -v.. - - iuc n tm
vyp trnriiAr nnp inrnrnmr nn nr nrninprtiv0 wintiuru mrrmirn n rnrrn nr Dttwrr hnrmt 1. 1 ,.
iiiuiuiiik iimini unit in iiutt, irum vtuuit tucj uic t,u it .
Tlif mnriPT thnt In nlnvpil Intn thu irnnip hv noralfttonr lTfr h. nneh nn tlii tariff ttiiiM Hni.t.
10 dc, goes into me pocKetn or tue DU operators, or which iuo Jiaxim a (..ay uo., representing a lam
I lend Tho nrnrtr nf Hia foitm .1 in 1c t.t nlfirs ltn ownofnl imMI unnn n lavot ltk '
nuvcf in iu0 uccompnsnmeni nan muuc us tamouB on iwo coburcikb.
in Which fnrr nrrnlru n r nim litKtuil urn nr tha iinanirna nr trm liuiliar filth In tha 1.1 n at ami k.
fltock, cTaln nnd cotton mnrkrtu, and thin I one reanon why trnmtaetlnnR In tho bet tine rloirs sow
oi ine HtocK. cotton and era in eieiianeo.
anouicr rcnuon lor ine rapid crow in or tun snecunuion in nomuar iaTor is me rnDia it nth
are wound op. The speculator ran km hla InTCfitment at the racetrack In the afternoon through w
uon oy man, m a icuer guaranteed to Dear a pontmnrk- earner man tue rnre is ran oi jost wtat
he stands. At the end of each week ho receives n complete statement of his account, with a mm
less -ft per cent, which we deduct .is our fee.
actions of the blp exchanges, and this Is why turfmen live more comfortably and live lonjrtr tbia it
transactions arc on intir minui, nay and nignt, lor weexM nnd sometimes momns nt asuetru.
. -1 j T A. H. A 1 V -4 4'
it is wrn unnwn uinz our clients wave coueciiTeiy won is mucn an u minion aojiui 11 1
sometimes asked: "Why do not Mnxtm A. Car nlmnlv nit down and back their own BelHtlou
iiir uunwtr in 01011111 euuuun 11 oiik hiomi 10 canniucr tiip Ririiniion. juaiim a. uit. dt amn
imtlon. canltnl and advcrtlslnir. have secured au enormniin cl entele. wh oh means the csmmflnd of
on a uasifl oi -a uer cent oi winniuirs. wnicn we cnariro rnr lnrormnrinn. ami com mission, one du
win inree weexs our or rour and our dooks snow that no cmntomer who stuck to us ror two mourn
nxure on me lurr, ucRnu ine yame as more novices, playing our eejeciions tnroagn us.
Tno nrtnlnlc unnn which w nnpratrt la ouch Ihnr wn mnf nf nprnin rv iln the Iimi va hi ii
nA nlul Isi ilarlvAil axil ol v mm n nAnnnnna a f. nlnnln ni Unti nml I f arst imnntit HI
Income Is cut off. That we have been successful In makinir our clients win Is amply proven bj tn
iHrrrd for upward of three, years, while Imitators, pursuing: more economical and lew bMinesallie i
bv the score. Notlne the success that was belnir achleTeil Iit Maxim &. Oar. scores of "iret-rletl
field nurrpftfirnllT rwrtinltr1 hv tho 11f nnd mnr TMtvinilrilA firm, hnt It Bla not
bv the score. Noting
.rente Intn the field
Iftnir tn 1ICMrlmtntll'A hetwaon Ills lilt Ifii a ta nnrl tha 1 1 larl t Imnls an1 a a n ruNHIt Wtt h&Vft eoiltlnCMl II
mIIv. while In the. ranks of anr rlTflln fheri liova luwn irrai nt nntai-nrloea Inltlflted. nnlT to end U
tl.l.1 nar tU-Ot. vdAM TPII
nrnfliH m nimillit lofS. bat BiWj
.. j .1 j .. n fivoii tupststttfin rm
vestments or speculation.
1st v. MniiNlN'fl TBLE0RAPH,
i 1...1 ,h. mm-MIUH
nnrt tholr i-hnnl-M of !!. U
inwa nr ivsw iiirx niaic, w" -r-.,
JUUKlUCUl VI lill wt .7-ki
whose dntv It is to And o w
lnn thai lim-MOM (1H he COB Id tOl
.P "i I.- Mb nlli1
the, business. Even ttien. to
perleuce aud natural aDlllty. .
- . . . a oa TIT
Thev nave necn tsiaaiiun "ttj
aubscribers' money mx J"-:t0(
sloos. They are the Npclwitfi
ur Huei'iiiuLiuii. -..
m. n.1..lc..snanlsl II1SI 1""
The Mnxlm & uay '"""Um
tj (tiiu nuivij v
Join pur Wlnnine: Army
I . ifc l! T. .1,... .1 A rr, . .f.i ,,aha I. . XT ... . 1 . 1 ..n rtiormfK IU&U ' .
urt-iiiirru lur i - nil uuia nr. iiicig wuiv iiuibi. . ncn v..vuwa . .. . . , -m,.
have more expert "dockers" nnd handlcavpers than we ever employed nt any other metiu.
too bur for us to haudle. -W move with the times. .., m'H
it vin wnnr rn uei nuiuiru uur uinirriiijuurT serifs, ui new uritruiin. ,11 nn.vM -- -i...
horses wo think Al betting propositions, with the privilege of not playing any horses at " rru
CINCINNATI COiaiHRCIAL-TUIIlUNr. Uarch 1, 1003.
Maxim ft nay, who nave Deen so successrnl In selectlai;
nlnnsrs at the New Orleans races, arc In a class by them
selves, and have no relation In their system ot operation
to the "Ket-rlch-niilck" schemes that have rerentlv aono
to pieces disastrously to those who patronlted them.
Maxim ft tiny do not guarantee their clients profits uor
against losses, nut merely play the money or their sub
scribers and deduct a fixed percentage from winnings for
Discing the commissions. This point Is made clear In
all their announcements. What they guarantee to do Is
to confidentially Handle nil money forwarded tbsm and
Eloco It on the races Just as If It were their own. Thev
ave In tbtlr amnio? as "dockers" the most exDert
Judges of track work In the country, and there Is not
a horse at the New Orleans meeting that they have not
a record or. rue information collected in this -way Is
used to the benefit of their subscribers, and Its reliable
character Is attested by the numerous winners they have
picked In the past two weeks.
Maxim A day are tho pioneers In this line of Invest
ment or speculation; they have been established three
years; they conduct tbclr business on straightforward
business lines; their methods have been thoroughly in
vestigated and are entirely different from those pursued
by the "get-rlcb-qalck" schemes, so-called, which were
hut recently closed by the authorities. The transactions
of Maxim, A Uay are legal In every sense, and tbey do ex
actly what tbey advertise to do, that Is, play the money
nf their subscribers on the horses thev udve will win.
and they usually win. I'rompt and proper accounting Is
made of the return, but tney guarantee no oxed pronts,
though those who have continuously patronized them
have sot been lossrs.
riT. rAUL, DiHr.vicu, February 2tj, iuim.
An Investigation ot the methods ot the Maxim I Uay
Co. shows tbem to bo conducting their business on
straightforward business lines. Tbey have been estnb-
. , .... All ... hn ,AllAniln(. ht.nlr nml fn.nm.il n,i. .....ftlnn.A
will be begun on the first day of the meeting, If your money reaches us In time; ""''"'J,,, ori
It reaches us arter ine meeting geuu. jiuuvy nuuum oe scut oy uuu uiutv,
tered letter. Uncertified checks are not accepted.
To Maxim & Oay Co. (Incorp.), 028 Canal St., New Or
leans, Ln. .
In accordance tell the tcrmt your. ad In the Pendleton
(Ore.) JSatt Oregonlan, J enclote .....
Dollart. rieate bet far me dally , , "v5
on each teleetlon of your Dleoretlonary Eerlei at M,',.
Orteant raoet. You agree to tend me every day, in
ter poitmarked before the raaee are run, the names or.;'"
hortee uhloh will Me played for my account
noon and to, tend me statement and check weeUi jr
profits, less 24 per cent of winnings. Post odds are guv
sMteed as published in the New Orleans Horning ,f""'pJ7.
pert. Uy account is subfeet to withdrawal in full on at
Town or Oily
Tim I'nr.r.ntviMfi hiimh Ann tiipi minimum APrnPTinn trnrt PfiAY: .. i.r.-
For AsK nlav on each horse 125 I For a 1 20 Play uu -r vrU
For a tio play on each horse 00 For a du p ay ou j-v ti"7
Ilemlt dlreet tn ih Msilm (1st a ComDanr. 028 Canal street. Nsw Orleans.
Oay Company will be played at tho track by tbe Maxim & Oay Co., and the Maxim ' JSJ, tf t
direct t oils clients. The Maxim Osy Co. assumes l responsibility for a proper