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Published every afternoon (except Sunday)
at I'enillcton. Oregon, by tlie
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Entered at l'endlcton postofllce us second
For every suffering of sense.
For sadder mental impotence
There is a certain recompense
When Penury would Vision
Mid lassitude of flesh or will,
O, keep this slogan ringing
Thy enemies are all within!
Deliverance must there be
gin Arouse thee, Soul, and thou
Earnest Neal Lyon.
The Indian Association of North
ern California has petitioned the
(government for relief for about 13
000 landless Indians in the northern
portion of that state. This petition
represents that over 100,000 acres of
land has been taken from these In
dlans by tlio government on one pre
text and another, without pay and
thnt the Indians arc now destitute
and are a burden and a menace to
the communities in which they oko
out their miserable existence. If
some check Is not placed upon the
disposal of the land of deceased
Umatlllas, this county will have the
same perplexing question to meet,
within the next quarter of a century.
The Indian has no conception of
preparing against an emergency. The 1
heirs of the old Umatlllas aro In a
sweat until the dead relative's land
Is sold and money spent. This land
should bo reserved to tribal owner
ship, as a basis for perpetual future
support. Because the Indian wants
the money, Is no reason why the gov
ernment should permit him to sell
his last belonging for a temporary
benefit. The land will disappear
long before the tribe Is extinct and
the situation now complained of in
Northern California will be repeat
ed In Umatilla county. If the Indian
will not husband his possessions
voluntarily the government shoul
compel lilm to do so. The future
peace and progress of the communi
ty would bo threatened by a policy
so destructive of the Indian's Inter
The funniest thing In the average
household Is the family clock.
Outside of books and plays, we
nover know a man who wanted tnl
steal a woman.
Do you expect so much of your
friends that you finally become an
Just about the time the average
man gets his political shaft down to
coal, ho strikes water.
It is easier to overcome any critic
than the one who eats at the same ,
table with you.
There arc some women like an nc-
tress: when you marry, you know It
must have been for money.
Some women have so much pow
der on them that kissing them must
taste like the first bite in a biscuit.
We don't know how you feel, but
to us no war news Is better news
than news of a Russian or Jap vic
We serve notice right now on those
who will lay us out when we are
dead, that the bottoms of our feet
are terribly ticklish.
Public opinion is usually a matter I
of fear. However unfair a proposi
tion, public opinion will favor It, If I
It has enough backing.
An Atchison man appeared on the
street today without an overcoat,
and the winter has been so long that
people did not know him.
About the first thing the old-
fashioned woman economizes on, Is I
underwear, making It out .of flour
sacks with no ribbons run through.
A SONG OF THE CENTURY.
Who has time for Idle sighing
When the morning lights
The pregnant hours are Hying
And we cannot bid thorn stay.
Every certain chance Is lying
In the keeping of today.
UNDOING GOD'S WORK.
Philip II, of Spain, under whoso
rule that kingdom attained the zen
ith of Its glory and pride, decreed
that w hoover advocated the construe
tlon of a canal across the Isthmus
of Darlen, should die.
Philip was a devout Catholic and
lived In an age when religion was In
a frenzy of enthusiasm.
He believed that the Creator had
completed his work and left it as ho
wished It to stand, and that any dis
figurations of the face of the earth
by man was sacrilege.
Even at that early date, in the mid
die of the 16th century Spanish en
gineers conceived the wisdom of cut
iing a cnannci across mat narrow
neck of land. Tho voyage around
the Horn was long and - perilous,
Spain owned all of Central America
and Mexico, the northern portion of
South America and the southern por
tlon of North America.
Her engineers and merchants
saw the vital need of a passage
across Darlen. It would have given
Spain all tho North Pacific coast of
the present United States. It would
have mado her fortresses on tho e
ruvlan coast Impregnable and a lino
of harbors, cities and forts might
have been easily maintained along
the Callfornlan and Moxlcan coasts
It would havo changed tho history
of the world and tho balanco would
havo tipped In Philip's favor.
But no. Ho was a devout king,
Ho would not deface tho outline of
naturo for It was God's handiwork,
and where God had joined two contl
ncnts together, Philip would not put
them asunder, oven at the prospect
of an empire.
So ho decreed that the man who
should suggest an Isthmian canal
should dlo, and forthwith sent tho
Duko of Alva into tho Netherlands
to massacro a million heretics
(Protestants) becauso thoy did not
bellovo as Philip believed, In tho
simple creeds of tho Illble.
Through tho Irony of fate, tho
same young nation which has ab
sorbed tho richest of Philip's North
American territory and freed the
millions of slaves in his Island king
doms, now builds tho canal ho for
bade, in his pitiable Ignorance and
Although Glfford Plnchot, United
States forester. Is reputed to be one
of the stralghtest, cleanest, brainiest
and best men In the service of the
government, the plan suggested for
a strip of forest reserve along th
right of way of the Sumpter Valley
railway through Grant county, looks
suspicious, from the outside. It
not Just to accuse this progressive
official of partiality until the insld
facts aro known, but there Is a great
deal of harsh censurj of this reserve
from reliable sources In that district,
Tho arangement proposed is for
long strip of forest reservo along
the route of tho Sumpter Valloy rail
way tho land to be reserved but th
timber to be sold to the highest bid
der. This timber which would be
Immediately stripped from tho land
shelters and protects the headwaters
of Burnt river. Powder river and
John Day, and it is the utmost folly
to talk Irrigation In Eastern Oregon
and then to denudo the mountains
and destroy the water courses by
selling off protecting timber. Such
a forest reservo is a shame and
detriment to tho country.
A world of work lies before the
homo owner of Pendleton this spring.
Sower connections must bo made,
streets must bo cleared up after the
sower gang, alleys must bo cleured
of rubbish, cesspools must be filled
up and abolished. The Installation
of tho sewer system began a new
epoch for the city. Those old fes
lering cesspools and unsystematic
sowers can now bo removed from
human sight and smell. A clean, re
rresning, happy era Is hero and
every ono having an Intorest in the
city's health and beauty should bo
a health committee and a street
committee of bno to see that tho
greatest possible improvement Is
made. Strangers arriving here form
their opinions largoly from appear
ances. if the civic aoncarance Is
bad and the residenco districts slov
enly and Ill-kept, bo sure a bad Im
pression is mado upon the stronger,
amne up, clean up. wako up. It is
spring by the almanac, although tho
weather does not denote It.
James J. Hill has driven another
nail In Cleveland's coffin by Indors
ing him for tho presidency. How
many Minnesota, Dakota, Montana
and Washington democrats would
like a president of Mr. Hill's choos
ing? Tho merger Is too fresh In
their minds yet.
About nil Umatilla county politi
cal platforms can say this year Is"
economy In county affairs mid irri
gation. These two words aro suffic
ient and overybody Is agreed on
Let the weak heart stop and listen
To the philosophic head;
There is breath in tho tomorrow
But the yesterday is dead;
There are new words to be uttered
Hut the old ones are all said.
If we cannot grasp the lily
We can often gain the rose;
If we lose the mystic morning
Wo have still day's dewy close.
This Is life for the hereafter
Is there any one who knows?
Away with Idle scorning
And away with useless tears.
Lot the spirit of the morning
Rout the night's unreal fears.
Rise and march the ranks adorning,
Onward, upward, with tho years.
M. H. In Chicago American
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Our facilities for furnishing you
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we represent the most artistic tailors
of the country. We guarantee every
suit said by us to be just as repre
sented. Every suit is made to the In
dividual measurement of the pur
chaser. We never disappoint a customer.
J0ERGER, THE TAILOR
CORNER COURT AND GARDEN STREETS.
TO MEET THE cv-
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ui luuso wiiii eye troubles thli
iisuuiuiii in iimencu
It to r.M 1...t.
v .o ... UUOIIIUHS If)
tests, prescribe a cure fm. 7i
sight nnd to provide the nectJ
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For the test of the
6c uuiuiii ii glasses i
dered bore and for the giasi
prices nre only reasonable
We make a comnletn tt-,m
using the best of the late lm
Jeweler and OptfcJ
Manufactured of the choicest materials only
Where the highest quality of beer is desired, Weinhard's a I
ways fills the bill. It's pure and wholesome. More 'Weinhard's
beer is sold in Oregon than all other beers combined.
Peter Mendernach is distributor for Pendleton and it will al
ways be found on tap at his saloon. Full supply kept In cold storage.
April 9. Umatilla
April 12. Umatilla
April 12 School
April 14 Republican state
April. 1C Meeting of Oregon Cat
tie-growers' Association, Portland.
April 19 Democratic state con
May 2 Oregon Federation of La
bor, Oregon City.
May 4 General M. E. conference.
June 2, 3, 4 Umatilla county pier
neers' reunion, at Weston.
Juno 6 General election In Oro-
June 15, 16, 17 Oregon encamp
ment G. A. R., Hood River.
During tho last decade American
exports to China have Increased six
The old theorv that ronsnmntinn wa
inherited is utterfy discredited by modern
medical science. The tierms of con.
sumption must be received from with
out. These germs are every where.
They are constantly beitifj received and
cast out by the
It is the narrow
chested whose in
heritance is weak
ness who fall a
prey to consump
tion because tbey
are too weak of
lung to resist and
throw off disease.
strong. It cures
tion and other conditions which If neg
lected or unskilfully treated find a fatal
termination in consumption.
$3,000 FORFEIT will be caid bv
the World's Dispensary Medical Asso
ciation, Ptoprietors, Buffalo, N. Y if
they cannot show the original signature
of the individual volunteering the testi
monial below, and also of the writers of
every testimonial among the thousands
which they are constantly publishing,
thus proving their genuineness.
"In the soring of igoo I was taken with
hemorrhage of the lungs, and became very
weak and short of breath, lost flesh and had no
appetite," writes Mr. IS. L. Kobluttt. of Xentt,
Tenn, M was persuaded to try Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery. The nrit few bottles
seemed to do me but little good. Thought 1
would soon be a victim of that dreaded ditease.
consumption. Had almost given up in despair
wnen my irienas persusuea me to give your
Golden Medical Ditcoverv ' a fair trial. I com
menced its use. 1 weigh 160 pounds now, aud
when I commenced I only weighed 140 pounds.
If auy one doubts this statement t will be
pleased to answer any inquiry. "
Accent no subilltute for "ftnlilen M.,1.
leal Discovery." Nothing: is "just as good,"
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cleanse the
clogged system from impurities.
Side Hill Combined
"WHAT HAPPENED TO IT!"
I "Oh, tho old story. Horse shJ
J bolted, rattlety bang ta2
I You see Lie result. Fix It jp(
- uiuu, mo uesi yuu can ana is tnl
ly as you can." Our friend hi
wagon back In short order, itui
soiiu, not a weak spot In 1!,
looking "as good as ner," foja
his exampie when In lite trouble.
Exam.no our Wltou wire
bucks and buggies. Thejhd
clad hubs, run easy, made turn 1
dried timber and warranted to lie I
perlor to all other makes. We bs
them In stock.
Big Brick Blacksmith Shop.
The latest improved two-wheel, slde-hlll combined harvester has
proven a boon to wheat raisers. It Is tho most successful, most
economical and easiest machine to operate over built.
These harvesters havo been given abundant trials right hero at
j home and all users aro highly pleased. None have been dissatisfied
J and all aro high in their praise. t
Tho Holt slde-hlll harvester on a sldo hill is able to stick to
tho sldo of the hill, while tho header will slip down the hill. The
main wheels aro vertical, which braces the machine to tho side
hills. . It works equally adapted to lovel land.
Tho Holt harvesters are sold exclusively In this section by
E. L. SMITH
216 Coart Street, Pendleton, Oregon
All extras for Holt machines on hand.
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egon's representative paper. It leads
and the people appreciate It nnd
how It by their liberal patronage. It
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r PENDLETON ROLLER WILLS
W. S. Byers, Proprietor.
Notice to the Publil
HAVING SOLD MY COAL Ai
WOOD BUSINESS TO L. W.I
ADMAS, I DESIRE TO THANK
MY CUSTOMERS FOR THEIR I
ERAL SUPPORT GIVEN ME
THE PAST AND ASK THAT 71
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that means hundreds of cases deemed incurable by American doc
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Ohioee Phytioian. 280 Bnrnside Street, Portland, Oregon
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body may bare and bare do use for, some
thing that you may need In your business.
You may bare an extra horse tbat you
may wish to trade for a caw or a vehicle.
Homebody may hnte .the cow aud vehicle
and want the horse. ISc or SOc want ttd
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