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DAILY EAST OREOONIAN, PENDLETON. OREGON, MONDAY. FEBRUARY 1, 104.
Ways of doing a thing
the "right and the wrong
Only one way of doing
it here and that's the
Requires a special kind
of skill. Oaly those with
a keen eye and delicate
touch can satisfactorily
perform the necessary
work " We do repairing
as it shouid he done.
Jeweler and Optician
Post Office Block
BRIEF SKETCH OF GIF
FORD PINCHOT'S LIFE.
Wat Made Chief Forester of the
United States at the aoe of 33
Studied In France," Germany and
Switzerland West Is His Widest
"Field of Endeavor.
creels. Otis Is makltiK nrranRemcnts
for a rabbit drive which he will have
F S, Ilrnruwell was here ncaln
Monuay and looked at some land up
the river a short distance. On his
return he said that the land Is ajl
right and lr Ids company can Becure
sufficient land they will put In some
heots this year and show Uie people
what can he done, lie was sure that
some ot the land will raise 20 tonB
to the acre the second season. Echo
News. . .
J.'Pierpont Morgan will retire from
active business and put In most of
his time hereafter In England.
The recently organzed railway
commission of Canada assumed its
duties February 1- It has much
mnra Jtirlait (nf (tin nYlit OYPfMltiVP DOW-
ers than the privy council when it j land forest reserves.
There are few men at Washington
who are Jlkely to leave a deeper or
more lasting mark upon the coun
trv's economic life than the young
man who five years ago. at the n;e
of 33. became forester or the United
Presidents, cnblncts and legisla
tors come and go. but If Olfford Pin
chot lives he may reasonably hope to
devote the space of a generation to
the important work he has In hand.
And the nature of the work Is such
that Its Influence will be felt for a
thousand years to come.
Mr, Pinchot was deliberately edu
cated for the career In which he I
now engaged. A native ot Con
necticut, he graduated from Yale m
1SS9 and then studied forestry In
France. Germany. Sv.tzerland and
He began his fitst systematic for
est work in niltmore. North Caro
lina. In January 1S92. on the famous
estate of George V. Vanderhllt. He
also served as a member of the Na-i
tional Forest Commission, which
drew the boundaries of the Cleve-'
The llonarch and Atlas distilleries
of Peoria. 111., have shut down for
an indefinite length of time, alleging
overproduction, 'rhoy are two ot the
largest establishments owned by the
There are 9,000.000 Lutherans In
the United States. The first church
was organized in 1T03 at New Han
over. Pa., and the organization there
worships In the building which was
erected that year.
The shingle weavers of Northern
Wisconsin and the Michigan peninsu
la tirtve lost their strike after being
out three months nnd have returned
to work on the scale set by the oper
! He has been a large contributor to
the literature of the subject which
supplies his life work and has done
mucii in uns? a iu ufiut; u uutiit;
to the popular comprehension. He
became forester under the depart
ment of Agriculture on July 1st. 1S9S.
and has gradually perfected the or,
gaUzation of a superb working force
of young men which now covers the
entire country. '
In the south and in the Adirondack !
region of New York his plans for
scientific lumbering and reforesta
tion have ,been quite generally .tc
cepted by those engaged In the in
dustry. It is in the great mountain regions
of the West, however, that Mr. Pin
chot finds his widest and most im-
Of the 20 flouring mills at Minne-' portant field. Here the relation ofj
apols, Minn.. 10 closed down January the forest to the economic life of the
30. and the remainder may soon, entire community is much deeper '
Overproduction and the general un-1 and more far-reaching than any-.
settled condition of the wheat, flour J where else.
and cereal products" market are the ; The preservation of the forest is
causes. j not merely n question of a continued
I supply of timber in its raw and man-1
NORTHWEST NEWS. I ufactured forms, but It is also a'
, question of a continued supply of
Ah Sam. a Chinese laundryman. j timber In Its raw and manufactured
was choked and robbed at Hoaquim, ! forms, but It Is also a question of
Wash., by masked times, on Sunday ! conserving the water supply upon
Christopher Deitsch. a pioneer of
Oregon of 1S52, aied at Portland Sat
urday, aged S3. He was a native of
Ben Wain and Frank Turner, of
Mineral. Idaho, are under arrest for
robbing a companion of 37 while on
which agriculture and mining are t'l
rectly. and all other kinds of bus).
ness Indirectly, dependent.
t'mlrr tlir Vlnlrts.
Iter hands are cold, her face Is white;
No more her pulses conic and go:
Her eyes are shut to life ami light.
FolJ the while vesture, snow on snow,
And lay her where the violets blow.
tlut beneath n graven stone.
To plead for tears with alien eyes,
A slender cross of wood alone
Shall say that here a maiden lies
In pence beneath the peaceful skies.
And gray old trees of hucest limb
Shall v. heel their circllns shadows round
To make the scorching sunlight dim
That drinks the ereenness from the
And drop their dead leaves on het
When o'er their bohchs the squirrels run
And through their leaves the robins call.
And. ripening In the autumn sun.
The acorns and the chestnuts fall.
Doubt not that she will heed them all.
For her the morning choir shall sins
Its matins from the brunches high.
Ami every minstrel voice of spring .
That trills beneath the April sky
Shall greet her with Its earliest cry.
When, turning round their dial track.
Eastward the lengthening shadows pass,
ller little mourners, clad In black.
The crickets, sliding through the grass.
Shall pipe for her an evening mass.
At last the roojlets of the trees
Shall find the prison where she lies
And bear the buried dust they seize
In leaves and blossoms to the skies.
So may the soul that warmed It risel
If any born of kindlier blood
Should ak. What maiden lies belowt
Fay only this: A tender bud
That tried to blossom In the snow
Lies withered where the violets blow
Speak gently: It Is better far
To rule by love than fr.
Speak gently: let no harsh words mar
The good we might do here.
Speak gently to the little chtia;
Its love be sure to train:
Teach it In accents soft ana Jilld.
It may not long remain.
Speak gntly to the ageo one:
Grieve not the careworn heart:
The sands of life nre nearly run:
Let such In peace depart.
Speak gently, kindly to the poor:
Let no harsh tone lie heard;
They hove enough they must endure
Without an unkind word.
Speak gently to the erring; know
They must have tolled in vain.
Perchance unklndness made them so;
Oh, win them buck again!
Speak gently: love doth whisper low
The vows that true biarts bind.
And gently friendship's accents now.
Affection's voice Is kind.
Saved from Terrible Ceath. i
The family of Mrs. M. U Bobbin!
of Bargerton. Tenn., saw her dying j
and were powerless to save her. The
most skillful nhvsicians and every
a spree, in that place Sunday morn- remedy used, failed, while consump
tive . ... , 'l ..... 1 .!.! V,.,. I
e- I l uu nun biuwiv UUI auicij luniuji uci
Over 200 Knights of Pythias were life. In this terrible hour Dr. King's
Let them call It mischief;
rTnen It is past and prospered, 'twill t
Don't worry about the next gen
eratlon. With such smart fathers
it should he able to hold its own.
V- nlc,tforr fn- Pnnanmndnn turn.
ed despair Into joy. The first bottle
brought immediate relief and Its con-1
tinned use completely cured her. It's
I the most certain cure in the world
for all throat and lung troubles.
in attendance on the fourth annual
convention of the Crook and Wasco
county district, at The Dalles, on Sat
urday. Anton Nickol. a Blackfoot Indian.
, - ... , . . . . . . . iu, ail imu
was snot anu Kiueu on me u.aciuuui . n.tagu nnl zi- nnrt n e.o
reservation In Montana, by another ( Tr,a, BoUles at Tallman fc Co. !
Indian in a row over a squaw, on
Saturday night. ) .000 ITEMS PER YEAR. '
John T. Grayson. Jr., son of the;
wealthy Portland mining man, is un-j Enormous Amount of News Pub
der arrest at San Francisco for pay- ,jshed by Tnis Paperi Yearly. !
ing for an automobile with a forged f h E Q
check amounting to J2,2o0. gonian contains an average of 210 1
Washington Assessors will meet In senarate and distinct Items of new? '
Spokane on Wednesday, February 3, j local, state and general, exclusive1
to discuss the question of raisins 0f the editorial page.
assessments In that state, and espec-! Thi. amounts to 1.260 news items'
What Shall We
Have for Dessert?
This question is m la the family
every day Lc ua ar wcr it to-day. Try
x delicious and healthful dessert. Pre-
yared in two nvnutcs. No boiling I no
txikiucr I add bo:Ii::c water and set to
soot Flavors: Lemon, Orange, Rasp-
oerry and strawberry. L-et a package
it ymtr grocers to-nn i cts.
ially railroad assessments.
Mrs. Charles Henderson, of Elgin,
who was seriously Injured in the
stage coach accident In Wallowa
canyon, on Friday, is not expected to
live. She is injured in tercally.
Two masked men who held up a
This amounts to 1,260 news Items
per week. 5.040 per month and CO.- j
4S0 per year.
The telegraphic news service ' of
the East Oregonlan is the largest
service sold by the Scrlpps-McRae I
News association to any paper out
side of a city of 20,000 population,
saloon at Kendrick. Idaho, Saturday j and covers briefly every Item covered
night, were immediately captured as at tedious length by the great Asso
they were going down the Potlach to-! dated Press organization. 1
ward Lewlston. They secured U0 in ' The Baker City Heram puousneu
cash and two watches. In a city claiming 12.000 population.
Mayor N. P Heintz, of Monroe. 1 j"'1 caJle,d atth,i"l h" '"i?
Wash, shot and killed a man named ? f la,8,ucJh,a.t ' e
rsnin' rhack rn6! -"
SSTttT "drTSa." store, einlz fT itof Tess .MS
took the man for a burglar and shot "h, 'n 'Xl'Tf
through the door, while Sullivan was PPIe, and ome.aduat Jdea 5
crowding It openl It Is not thought f " Ide scope j ff i news covered by
that Sullivan was intent on burglary. ! tb,a paper will be gained.
hut bad Just started to come into
the store by the back door.
"For six years I vm victim of dvs-
Eutmllk toast, and at tunes my stomach would
rot retain and dfarest een taau laust March 1
tecaa uklnc CAStAltKTS and since Iten I
. ill., i . ..n,1 f 4m . 1 w . u it i
nave sieauuj wiiiu,u uu. .m - -
erer wa Id my life... .
JJATIU II Mlinmii v
ECHO NEWS ITEMS.
la Real Estate
3200 acres good wheat land
Well watered and improved.
$12.50 per acre.
1000 acre stock ranch. All
fenced Raises 200 tons of
hay; has running water; open
range near by. $5000
10-room house and two
lots. Modern conveniences.
All on Easy Terms.
E. T. WADE & SON
omce in'E. o, Bldf
Interesting Movements of the Sugar
Echo. Feb. 1. Born, Jan. 28, to
the wife ot L. T. Kennlson, at their
home near Echo, a son.
The Echo Lumber company this
week shipped two carloads of fir
slabwood from Cascade Locks and
will maintain a woodyard here right
I Allen Thomnson has shipped to the
yards In Portland SO head of fine fat
steers which belonged to his brother,
Asa 13 Thomson.
Mr. Wyrick. who has the prospect
ranch, belonging to Mr. Furnish, has
been busy this week hauling some
xst8. purchased from the Echo Lum
ber company which ho will use in
fencing l.uuo acres of land.
Owing to the recvoory of Mr. Boyd,
J. 8. Rogers resigned his place In
the store to resume charge of the
Echo Meat Mar.;ot, which Is now do
ing a tine business,
Frank Sloan and Otis McCarty
were in town Monday from Butter
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Plssunt. PaUunl. fount. Tute Good. Do
O004. er SMMa. VMiU).TiCni. Mc.Sc.HK.
... CURE CONSTIPATION. ...
Sv Simif fiwi.,fcfaf, -l'J, - laws. Ill
MTfl Nil Sold snd rnsrsnleeil br slldrof
Well ventilated, neat and
comfortable rooms, good
beds. Bar in connection
where best goods are
Main Street, center of
block, between Alta and
F. X. Scbempp
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OUR WEEKLY SENATORIAL LIGHTNING SKETCH
By Rvan Walker
GREAT CLEARANCE SALE
A CHANCE IN A LIFETIME TO GET A
PIANO and ORGAN AT COST!
Closing. out Sale of my entire stock of Rugs, Art
Squares, Portiers, Lace Curtains, Matting, Fine
Pillows and. Feathers. Pictures and Frames. All
must go regardless of cost. Call and see.
You con get a fine Velvet. R.UC, 9x12, for $20.00 ; worth $27.00
You can get. a fine Axmimter RUC, 9x12, for $22.50 ; worth $30.00
Opp. W; 4 C. R.
1 MEAT MAM
Will nit-et the lownfl
I quoted by anyone ocH
I You always GET
MEAT when lltetM
j your order. A
j 3)6 COURT I
j Don't mb8 thtflsWj
JESSE FAILING, 901 Main St.
Near tie Bridge
-t. . A
LEGAL BLANKS .f..:
iofve of them. A foil strpply always kept in stock.
i .i tn da mare or It:
..'..!.. I. lit irlirther W
lug from accident or onlij
tear. I ri ir your vehioW
m.llo nr inutstion a
are tDBi" "-mu si
know e u.i" "--ziH
tbe bt ptontHM i
KEiGLE BROS.. THE
Staver OuollM IBV"
Dally Eart Oitoonnnl
only 15 eenu a
BIG BLACK SALl
Three Days of Specials m BLACK GOODS,
Monday; Feb. 1st.
Tuesdav. Kt?l- 2.rkA. and
Everythinz that is Black in our stock will be on sale for theabovj
days and the prices reduced. Commence right now and make a Hsj
things you need in black goods of any kind, and come to our swrci
the three days mentioned and you will save money on every item.
Black dress goods, silks, etc., 20 per cent off
because of their color
Shoes reduced 10 per cent because they are
Rubbers and overshoes, 10 per cent off for
Black shirts, shirtwaists and black ribbons, all
Black suits and overcoats, no per cent off from
If what you want is BLACK, , dol
come during this sale and wl' 1
per cent over our regm. r
ways below others' prices
OUR WHITE SALE will bS,n
and continue until Saturday wgw
Muslin Underwear and Coel.
lines on sale. Watch for our
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