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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, MONDAY, MARCH 14, 1904.
CRESCENT AND COLUMBIA BICYCLES $22.50 TO $40.00.
MEN'S, WOMEN'S AND YOl THS' MODELS. IF YOU ARE IN
TENDING TO BUY A WHEEL, CALL mND LOOK OVER OUR
CARDS AND BOOKLETS,
EASTER CHICKENS AND
NOVELTIES, FANCY GLASS
EGGS, PLATES AND CANDLE
OUR LINE WILL INTER.
EST iOU. WE ARE AGENTS
FOR THE CELEBRATED "D.
& M." LINE. FULL GUAR
ANTEED. BALLS, GLOVES,
MITTS AND BATS.
taxes, caused by raising $250,000 for
the Lewis and Clark fair, $100,d00 .
for the Indian War pensioners, $165,
000 for the portage road and $100,000 J
for the ship canal right of way. The
expense of the county government
for this year is $5,C84.T: less than
last year. With the valuation fixed '
In Umatilla county this year, a levy
Is Not a 3 Kin Disease.
Most people have an idea that rheumatism Is contracted like a cold, that the
damp, chilly air penetrates the muscles and joints and causes the terrible aches
and pain3, or that it is something like a skin disease to be rubbed away with lini
ment or drawn out with plasters; but Rbuematism originates iu the blood and is
FREDERICK N0LF & CO.
A , no i
the funds to their proper uses
see that the county court allow
no exorbitant bills nor make nny un
z I necessary allowances. By constant
NEWSPAPER. I mirveiHancc of the county uffalrs ilur
Telephone, Main 11.
Dally, one rear by mall
Dally, six months by mall
Dally, three monttm by mall . . .
D.iHv. one month by mall ... .
Dally, per month by rarrlar
. . 2.50
. . 1.23
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Published erery afternoon (except Sunday) Ins tlio past Ave years, the debt has
at Pendleton, Oregon, by the . JL.en almost entirely wiped out and
EAST OREGONIAN PUBLISHING ntmnim in snv. li.ivn nnt boon
I raised to any appreciable extent.
The farmer boars the entire burden
of civilization. All the Intermediate
extravagant classes between the pro
ducer and the consumer are support
ed from the farm and farm products.
All the commission houses handling
Implements and grain, all the sales
men, the middle men and transpor
tation companies are supported from
profits arising from the agricultural
industry. Every one of these Inter
ests Is organized thoroughly and
obeys its organization. The farmer
chooses to stand alone. His Is the
only unorganized Industry of any
magnitude In the world and it Is the
most vital Industry In the world. It
Is time organization wa3 spreading
among tho farmers. It Is time they
met co-operation with co-operation,
and union with union. They should
study tho Orange.
Weekly, one year by mall 1.30
Weekly, ilr months by mall 75
Weekly, four months by mull HO
Semi-Weekly, one year by mall . . . 2.00
Seml-Wkly. six month by mall . . 1.00
Semi-Weekly, three months by mall ; .."0
The Ilast Oresonlan Ix on sale at II. II.
lllch'H News Stands, nt Hotel Portland,
and Hotel Perkins, Portland, Oregon.
.Scrlpps-Mcllae News Asaocla-
San I'ranclscn llurenu. 108 Fourth St.
Chicago llurenu, 000 Security llulldlnc.
Washington, I). ('., llurenu, ."01 Hth
St. N. W.
f 17 a.ui mlllR wnnltl have met all' ranted hv Urea, or Uric Acid, an irritatine. corrodiue poison that settles in mus
the rcuulrements. Instead of 20 mills, I cles, joints and nerves, producing; inflammation and soreness and the sharp, cutting
as caused by the heavy state tax on Elxposure to bad weatheror sudden lu . Bowline Qresn, Ky.
account of these appropriations, chilling !of the body will hasten an at- bout .
Had It not been for this $615,000 col- JgfJt iSSSfi'oEffi. Wr?lVSS5S
lected from the people of Oregon gK
this vonr hv the Btnte. Umatilla I thn tpjI true causes of Rheumatism, nnd daeliicdtotrTlt. Immndiatolr I com
which are internal and not external. menccd Its usol folt batter, and remarked
county would have paid but $32,240
state tax, Instead of $00,025.
ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA.
ICntered at Pendleton piMtofllcc as tecond
There's a Junior partner
liy Will Succeed & Co.,
Who do a rushing business
'Way up on Fortune How.
They want a boy who has no
Of steady, plodding work;
Who does not wait for luck or
Who scorns a task to shirk.
Who slowly, surely digs his
Through problems bard, a
And still has grit and courage
To try as many more.
Don't forget the mass meeting at
the court house tonight. The school
board wishes to know what public
sentiment Is before making any
definite arrangements about the
school buildings. There must bo no
further delay In this matter. There
-should be an understanding between
the people and tho board, before the
bond Issue Is put to a vote. Pendle
ton needs moro school room and
needs It badly. Within the past year
the school population has Increased
nearly 100, or enough to (111 two largo
rooms. Tho old frame buildings have
been partially condemned by tho flro
committee, showing that It is useless
to patch up and worry along with
old structures. If tho citizens want
two ward schools, now Is tho tlmo to
say It. Tho board wants to know
what tho patrons of tho schools
think nboiit tho matter. If tho city
demands but one largo school houso
In tho west part of town, or north of
tho river, now Is tho tlmo to let it
bo known, but don't stay away from
the mass meeting and then after tho
board begins to formulato plans for
tho relief of tho congested condition,
begin an unjust fight on public
school Improvement, because tho
plans of tno board do not suit you.
Now Is tho tlmo to talk. That is tho
purpose of tho mass meeting. Pub
lic sentiment should bo expressed
freely and fully, so tho school board
may know tho wishes of tho people,
and there will bo no further delay in
meeting tho pressing demand for
room. Attend that meeting tonight,
prepared to express your opinion,
That is tho object of tho meeting.
Tho Orango Is making a constant
growth In Oregon and promlseH to
rival tho labor union, In bringing tho
farmers to rccognlzo tho dignity ot
tholr calling. Tho Orango Is coming
with no flourish of trumpots. It nas
oxlsted In Oregon for 30 years, with
actlvo local and county organizations
In Wlllamotto Valley counties, during
all thoao years. In Clackamas coun
ty especially, tho Orango has wiped
out on enormous county dobt, with
out raising taxes. It has appointed
committees to Investigate county of
fairs, curtail useless expenses, do-
A remonstrance Is being circulated
against the grading of Webb street
at tho expense of the property own
ers and the city council will be nak
ed to reconsider Its order for the
early improvement of this street. In
view of tho fact that a portion of
Webb street has been graded In the
past at the expense of certain prop
erty owners, It Is Imperative that
these parties are not compelled to
pay for a second graulng. The coun
cil should postpone the matter of
grading the street, until a special
committee from that body can Inves
tigate and ascertain who have paid
for grading In the past, In order to
relievo them from this added burden.
Webb street should be graded at
once, but no property owner should
be oppressed in tho task. Every
property owner who has graded In
the past should be excluded from this
order. The city should bear any ex
pense that will bo necessary on prop
erty that has been taxed once for
this purpose. Those taxpayers who
obeyed the order of tho council some
years ago, and graded their portion
of the street, havo a Just kick
against paying this double burden.
but thoso who failed or refused to
grade at that time, must stand the
expense. There are poor people on
Webb street who cannot afford this
expense nt this time, without serious
Inconvenience, and tho council
should make It a special order to as
certain Just how many, and who, of
the residents have once been taxed
for this grading, and readily exclude
such from this order. The East Or
egonlan declines to sign the remon
strance, for tho reason that It Is wil
ling to bear Its portion of this need
ed improvement at any time, but It
believes that thoso who are being
taxed twice for this purpose should
recelvo favorable consideration from
the council and It urges the council
to look into tho matter and bo sure
that no citizen be oppressed through
this order to grade Webb street.
Tho announcement that John T.
Whistler, chlof engineer In charge
of the government surveys will bring
his family and locato permanently In
Pendleton, means moro than any
movo yet made by tho government In
tho reclamation of Umatilla county
nnd Eastern Oregon lands. It means
that tho survoys In this state havo
reached that stage at which tho gov
ernment considers them permanent
propositions, nnd the permanent lo
cation of tho chief representative of
tho reclamation department horo
means that work will bo vigorously
prosecuted. It gives Pendleton a
promlnonco enjoyed by but ono city
In each statu In tho AVost.
Thoso who nro kicking against high
taxes this year In Uinatllla county,
must remember that thoy are helping
rnlso $015,000 In appropriations, sad
dled on tho peoplo by tho loglslaturo.
Tho state tax In Umatilla county this
yeur Is $CO,02G, or $22,785 moro than
last year, on account of tho added
I am dying, Egypt, dying'
Ebbs the crimson life-tide fast,
And the dark Plutonian shadows
Gather on the evcplng blast;
I.ct thine arm. O queen, enfold me.
Hush thy sobs and bow thine
Harkon to the great heart secrets
Thou, and thou nlone, must hear.
Though my scarred and veteran
Hear their eagles high no more,
And my wrecked nnd scattered
Strew dark Actlum's fatal shore;
Though my glittering guards sur
Prompt to do their master's will,
I must perish like a HomarF
Die the great Triumvir still!
Let not Caesar's servile minions
Mock the lion thus laid low;
'Twas no foeman's arm that felled
'Twas his own that dealt the
His who, pillowed on thy bosom,
Turned aside from glory's ray
His who. drunk with thy caresses.
.Madly threw a world away.
Should the base plebeian rabble
Dare assail my fame at Home,
Where my noble spouse Octavla,
Weens within her widowed
Seek her; sny the gods have told
Altars, augurs, circling wings
That her blood with mine com-mlncled
Yet shnll mount the thrones of
As for thee, star-eyed Egyptian!
Glorious sorceress of the Nile!
Light tne path to Stygian horrors
With the splendor of thy smile;
Give to Caesar crowns and arches,
Let his brow tho laurel twine;
I can scorn the senate's triumphs,
Triumphing In love like thine.
I am dying. Egypt, dying!
Hark! the Insulting foeman's
Thoy aro coming! Quick, my fal
chion! Let me front them ere I die.
Ah! no more amid the battle
Shall my heart exulting swell;
Isis and Osiris guard thee
Cleopatra Home farewell !
W. H. Lyttle.
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Liniments, plasters and rubbing ,0 Mn t ,iV,,,.,rt it. ,.. nri am
will sometimes reduce the lnflamma- entirely well. 1 will always reel deoply
tlon and swolling and ease tho pain for interested in tn imccoss 01 a. a. a. aineo
a time, but fail to relieve permanently - - -...
W.-mJ. H,ev do not reach the seat of 311 J2th S" Lnu- -A-1-1013 nOKTOS,.
the trouble. S. S. S. cures Rheumatism because it attacks it in the blood, and
the Uric Acid poison is neutralized, tlie sluggish, cir
culation stimulated and Quickened, and soon the sys
tern is nurified and cleansed, the achiue muscles and
joints are relieved of all irritating matter and a lasting
cure of this most painful di-,ean effected.
S. S. S. is a harmless vegetable remedy, unequalled
as a blood purifier and an invigorating, pleasant tonic. Book on Rheumatism will
be mailed free. jjr SWIFT Rnrninrt no.. A TLANTA, CA,
BELOW ARE SOME OF THE PROPOSITIONS OFFERED BY
The E. T. Wade Real Estate Co.
THE LAW IN GERMANY.
In a (it of temper a kuchenmald on
a Hhlne steamer throw overboard all
tho pots and pans she had to clean.
There were two previous convictions
against her for theft, and she was
accused of stealing the pots and
pans. The Cologne judges held how
over, that as she had only thrown tho
utensils overboard tho charge of
theft could not be sustained, and
they further decided that she could
not bo convicted of damaging her
employer's property, inasmuch as
the pots and pans were probably re
posing uninjured at the bottom ot
Against this judgment an appeal
was made to the high court In I.olp-
slc. The judges there also camo to
tho conclusion that the case could
not be dealt with as ono of theft, nor
could they see that any evidence of
damage to property had been ad
duced. Hut at the same time the
high court declared that the senti
ment of justice Imperatively demand
ed the punishment of the guilty girl,
and the matter was accordingly re
ferred back to tho judges of Cologne,
with instructions to ascertain wheth
er, after all, the pots and pans might
not have been damaged by rust, or
by the splitting off of the enamel, or
by the shitting of the pebbles on the
bottom of tho Hhlne. The end of
the case, which has already lasted
nine months, has not yet been
reached, London Truth.
AN ADVERTISED CANDIDATE.
A Pendleton man just returned from
New York City found tho following
unlquo and attractive advertisement
of a favorite candidate for alderman.
In the recent elections in tho me
tropolis. Tho advertisement was framed and
hung up In tho hotels, bar-rooms and
other public places and exhibits an
energy in oflleo seeking not yet at-
milieu in umntnia county, It reads:
"Ab a fitting Climax lo tho r-reat
work of road Improvement in Queeii's
county, I havo urranged for con
struction nt a cost of more than a
quarter of a million dollars, of n
magnificent bojilovard, connecting
with thoso roads, and running there
from across Jamaica Hay to tho At
lantic ocean, theroby affording ac
cess for resldonlB In Queen's county
to tho most varied and desirable
water front, nnd facilities accessible
to onormous population In tho
world. This Is tho kind of n liulr
pin I am. Who among tho ofrico
seokors nnd holders or mombors of
One Section of 25 bushel wheat land,
will go -10 bushels per acre In bar
ley. Over 400 ncres In grain. Good
169 Acres 10 acres In garden nnd
orchard, 100 acres tillable land fine
saw timber, good house, Improve
ments, timber and wnter; all fen
480 Acres Level land, raises -10
bushels wheat per acre; house and
barn, water, &c, two miles from
Pendleton. Per quarter sec
5 Quarter Sections 20 bushel wheat
land, Improved, plenty of wnter.
Per quarter $1,500.
Stock Ranch 320 acres all fenced.
Raises 200 tons wild hay, stream
of water running through, 15,000
rails on place; open range nil
5 Quarter Sections 100 tons wild
hay; wheat, barley and oats may
be raised; all fenced, good house,
abundance water and timber, range
open adjoining; fine dairy ranch.
160 Acres 35 bushel wheat land,
fenced and cross fenced, 10 acres
alfalfa, young orchard, house, plen
ty water; four miles from Pendle
320 Acre stock ranch, houso, barns
and other Improvements; open
range adjoining; work horses and
30 head of cattle. All for
400 Acres 25 to 30 bushel wheat
land, all tillable, 1G acres garden
may be Irrigated by fine spring,
good Improvements $ 5,000.
19 Quarter Sections 20 to 25 bushel
wheat land, plenty of water and
good improvements. Per quarter
480 Acres 30 bushel wheat land, ad
joining city limits; 350 acres now
in fine looking grain; good im
provements; three fine springs
200 Acre stock ranch, 30 acres fine
creek bottom land, balance hill
land which may bo cultivated or
pastured, 50 acres now in grain...
6 Room House 1 lot, modern con
veniences, close $ 2,000,
10 Room House 2 lots, good loca
tion $ 2,500.
2 Vavant Lots FIno building sites,
Jackson street $ 600
107 Building Lots From $50 to
Hotel 14 furnished rooms; 2 lots
We havo many other good proper
ties, and if we have nothing on our
list that you like, wo will find what
It Is our business to make you bet
ter prlc'es than any ono else. Come
and see us before you buy. We will
show you our property without ex
pense to you.
THE E. T. WADE REAL ESTATE CO.
OFFICE IN E. O. BUILDING. P. O. Box 324, Pendleton, Oregon.
either machine can match me? Fred
erick W. Duncan, the people's and
not the bosses' candidate for presi
dent of Queensboro."
HEARST IS THE MAN.
W. R. Hearst, by his persistent
methods gives promise of becoming
a leading fnctor In the public life of
tho nation. At first his candidacy
for the presidency was regarded as
a joke. It has become a force that
must bo reckoned with. Mr. Hearst
has been from youth a purposeful In
dividual, and that he chose brass
band and hip, hip, hurrah methods
Is a matter of less importance.
Very few sons of wealthy men havo
used their inheritance as wisely as
has Mr. Hearst nnd If he desires to
occupy tho center of the stage, whllo
the tinkling cymbals of sounding
brass aro creating a din, It Is no
one's business but his own. He who
dances must pay the fiddler; but
there should be no criticism if, after
paying, he chaoses to danco a high
land fling or a Virginia reol. Boise
April 19 Democratic
April 14 Republican
April 16 Meeting of Oregon Cattle-growers'
May 2 Oregon Federation of La
bor, Oregon City.
May 4 General M. E. conference.
June 6 General election In Ore
Juno IB, 1C, 17 Oregon encamp
ment O. A. It., Hood River.
A Golden Opportunity
Soo nature, In all her glorious
beauty, and then tho acrao of
man's handiwork. Tho first
is found along tho lino of
tho DENVER & RIO
QRANDE RAILROAD, tho lot
latter nt tho St. Louis
World's Fair. Your trip will
bo ono ot pleasure mako
tho most of it. For Informa
tion and illustrated lltora
W. C. M'BRIDE, General Agent,
That pay their losses
promptly. Our companies
stand at the head of the list.
Hartford Fire Insurance (Jo.12,25B,07fc
Alliance Assurance Co 29,089,96!!
London & Lancashire Fire
Insurance Co 2.644.68!1
North British & Mercantile
Royal Insurance Co 22,897,168
FRANK B. GLOPTOW
it2 EAST COURT ST.
Of all Description
Sash, Doors & Windows
Made to order. Building
paper, lime, cement, brick
and sand, wood gutters for
bains and dwellings a specialty,
Alta St, Opp. Court House
J. L. VAUGHN
Prompt attontlon given and all
work oxeouted proporly.
Electrical Supplies or all kinds
OFFICE-121 WEST COURT ST.
"WHAT HAPPENED TO I'
"Oh. the old ntnrr. iinro
lolted, rattlety bang 1
.'on see tne result. Piv 11
man, the host you can and as
r as you can." Our friend h
aROn back in short nnW it
solid, not n weak spot In It,
looking "as eool i nnu- r
his example when in like troolA
Kxam.Iln our Wlnnn ir
hacks and buggies. They lare
c au nuns, run ensv. marfo f
dried timber and warranted to
perlor to all other ninVes. We
mem 111 stock.
N EAGLE BROS.
Big Brick Blacksmith Sho
A GROUP OF BEAUTIE
Tllfi shnwlnr- nf In ,11' ..
more than usually Interests
nave nuaeu a inrpo nnmi...
deslirns nnd npu- stvln
J u c
reauy large assortment, whet
Ik Rn miiph lianntv nn,l mn.i.
, J 1 L"- i 1 1
mny be difficult, but prices t
.. t .!
LADIES' WATCHES from
'arrantcd movement In ri:.l
year case, $16.00.
Jeweler and Optic)
Well ventilated, neat and 1
fortable rooms, good beds. 1
In connection, where
goods aro served.
Main street, center of bloJ
between Alta and ii
F. X. SCHEMRP
GOOD DRY W0C
I have good sound woodl
which is delivered t
W. C. MINIMIS
Leave orders at NeumM
WHEN YOU WANT
I manufacture every styte 1
intlne and carrv a compW'j
Pads, inks, Racks, Datert,
do. etc. SEALS. STENCILS. 1
Checks, Door Plates.
Write tne what you warn-
please you by return mall
WESLEY ANDREWS, Baker I
Should have that besl
DRY and FINE,
you will find with
P. P. COL LIEJ
Capacity, 1B0 barrels i1
T. , , - flhc 1
r iour uxciinuuuu i" ,1
Flour Mill Pood. ChopP I
etc., always on hand.