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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, TUESDAY, JULY 12, 1904.
AN INDEPENDBNT NEWSPAPER.
Published ovcr.v afternoon (except Buiulay)
At I'endleton. Oreiron, by the
'EAST OREGONIAN PUBLISHING
Dally, one yenr oy man ......... .?B.OO
IMllr. fill mntltha hv mill! 2.00
Dully, t h roe months by mnll 1.2.1
Dally, out, month by ma 1 1 r,u
Dally, per month by carrier ll'i
Weekly, one year by mall l.f)
Weekl), tlx months by mnll 7ft
Weeklv. four months by mall 50
Seml-Weckly, one year by mall . 2.00
Senil-Weckly, fix months by mall . . l.uo
Semi-Weekly, three months by mall . . ,S0
Member Scrlpps Mcltno News Associa
tion. The Kail Oreeonlan Is on sale nt II. It.
Moll's News Stands nt Hotel Portland and
Hotel l'erklns, l'ortland, Oicrou.
San Francisco llnrcaii. -108 Fourth St.
Chicago llurenu, 1)0!) Security HiilMlng.
Washington, 1). C. Ilureau, 301 14th St.,
Telephone. Main 11.
Kntered at I'endleton postofTlce as second
citizens from tllfTeront parts of tho
county, be elected nt this meeting to
huvu toiuploto chargo of the collec
tion anil nrrnngement of this exhibit.
It Is time to do something. Tho year
Is passing, iiiul the county must bo
second to nono In tho c.thlblt of re
sources nt tho fnlr.
OUTLOOK OF SHEEP MARKET.
Centuries of color may hum
In tho west,
And whole seas of dawn In
the east reply,
Before the sun's heart shall nt
Before tho moon and star
grown tired of quest,
o Or heavenly Hps to this earth
Yet ever, anon, through tho
There comcth a breath, n vow
from tho sky,
Tlint sinks the soul into rath-
omn of rest.
Already befallen Is day of
And, woven fast in eternity's
Glistening the threads of tho
past shine clear;
While afar in the deeps of tho
Tho rays of tho futuro separ-
And soul of the farthest dream
Listen Stlllman in Outlook.
C. H. Shurte, ono of the most
prominent sheep salesmen of Chica
go, nnd always considered n conserv
ative man, writes tho following hope
ful rovlow of tho sheep market for
the "July number of the Shepherd's
Bulletin, Of lloston.
As Umatilla county is one of tho
leading sheep counties in tho Btate,
this rovlew will be of especlnl Inter
est to many readers of tho East Oro
gonlan and It Is therefore given in
full. Mr. Shurto says:
"Th.o most Important matter In
which tho sheep men from the pro
ducer to the consumer are interested
ut this time are the range conditions,
the supply of mutton sheep nnd lambs
and the latest nnd most reliable in
formation on all subjects pertaining
to this brunch of tho livestock busi
"The supply of sheep during tho
past winter has been tho Inrgest in
the history of tho trade, and with an
extraordinary demand for mutton and
the high prices for wool, prices of
both sheep and lambs havo been very
tutlon of tho kind In the state Of
tho four high schools In Eastern Ore
gon, Pendleton standa highest with
outside educational Institutions. Pon
dlcton Academy la tho onl academy
of tho kind In tho entire Inland Em-1
plro, nnd should ho patronized espec
ially by friends of the Pr.esbytolan (
church, which is making self-sucrlflc-1
Ing efforts to plnco It nt tho very
front rank of private Institutions in ,
tho Northwest. St. Joseph's Acado-'
my Is growing In strength every year, 1
and offers additional tacllltl.es for'
caring for students with each suc
ceeding term. Between these three
high-grade Institutions Pendleton can
supply any grade of education, and
offers one of tho cleanest atmospheres
In tho Northwest, for students. There
aro eight active Vhurelies with a
membership of about 1G0O, all the
auxiliary organizations, of nil tho
churches nnd nn active, literary,
book-loving community In which to
A series of heavy rains has visited
the Cable Cov.o district in tho moun
tains west of Sumpter, during tho
past week, doing Immonso damage to
mining ditches, nnd nlso to Sumpter's
city reservoir. Many of the rains
woro small cloudbursts.
When hope wanes strength goes.
"The only beor
at the Brewery
Purity, Flavor, Solid, Creamy Foam, Clean Tasto nnd
Brilliancy, the points of excellence contained in A. D. C. BEER,
mark It as the one perfect beer brewed.
The American Brewing Co., St. Louis, U. S. A.
CEO. DARVEAU, Wholesale Dealer.
THE FARMER FAILS
In health just as does the city-man, and
lie tails commonly tram tlie same cause,
" stomach trou
The farm is
"Tho supply of sheep during June,! wholesome place to live; the farmer's
1 " ' 1 lifi. ,c n linnmiv Uff 1ml nn nvtorltnl ml.
.11 it, inuoyiu wiui, hub ueuii must1
ly Texas and n fow trains of North-
vantages cm overcome the effects of p '
diseased stomach, When the stomach
western rnngo sheep, together with
tho usual number of natives with l
tho cleaning up of the various feed
lots throughout tno country. j
"While tho export demand Is prae-,
tically nothing, the general market j
ruled active and prices strong '
throughout, nnd tho writer sold a i
train of Washington owes nnd weth- i
ers this vtM?k nt J4.fln nml in. which bll.u
Is as high as Western range sheep j JftJ'S
over sold on this market, i niscoverv cures
"While both sheo pand lambs havo ! diseases of the
a ml its allied
organs of diges
tion and nutri
tion are dis
eased, the food
eaten is imper
1 1 the couse-!-,t
in physical de-
s,ii,i .... ....i .1...!.... .i... Btomacii
t.i Ittlj 111H11 IJ11UUE, uuwim lilt- .,
la, .., , outer organs o
a n (1
first two w.eeks of Juno, no ono can diirestion
expect such' high nrlces to rulu verv , nutrition,
long, especially after the range sheep f"a"le- Fir
! , , , 1 , tool (Ugi-aLuli
j and lambs commence to be marketed and assimilation
ORGANIZE FOR THE FAIR.
It seems that Umatilla county
should take some active steps to col-
I of food.
A STANDARD FOR QUALITY.
CLEANLINESS AND WORKMANSHIP.
When you call for a TRIUMPH,'
GET IT. Don't accept a substitute
tri vmn urn
T Most tn.,.. '
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0r kodak !
y cai nn '
i lnir i Ju it
? Of ALL DISC
C A OTT r.
Made to order.
sand, wood gutte
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uunv iiiii auimu ueii iiiiu wjuii iiiu.seic.
place re- , . . . . . , ,a M..
I mains With the future, and while we Motical Discmrrv ami several i.U or
I do not care t.. .Inal In ff..r.w ... ,,v ! lra,?" .ZJr"?i&'t?:. 'l
..... ,,yc ,,a.l 111, liuuuir Willi 111UIKCB11UU MI1CC.
lect exhibits nnd statistics for the extent
Lowis and Clark fair, and be in posi
tion to make a showing of the great
resources of this county In that ex
position. The time for collecting nnd classi
fying such an exhibit Is passing rap
Idly. The last grain and fruit crop
wo aro never afraid to give ! r'.,L; Ir I . "'p2.,. ttYT.TA
our honest Ideas regardlnc nnv and' hw thaukful I am for the relief, n I had uf
,, , . , h b ' fcreil to much and it neeme.1 tliat the doctors
all branches of the sheep business. i could do me im Rood. I not down in weiirht to
wuc nuiiurcii nm iwcmy-nve pouuuf. ami was
not able to work at ull. Now I weitfh nearlv
one hundred and ixty and can do n day's wore
on the lann I have recommended your medi
cine to everal, and hall always have a good
word to jy for Or fierce and hU raedlcinea.''
"From tho latest and best informa-1
Hon, from public and private sources,
w.o aro satisfied that the liquidation
of the past two years, and tho winter
ti, ,i .,.;... rn, ,..ii:t. ; ,n
, . , i v- iui Buu.,iiiiiiuii la iu
losses throughout tho West, has caus- permit the dealer to make the little more
that the county could produce before 1 ed an enormous reduction in tho profit paid hy the sale of less meritori
the opening of the fair Is now ripen-i callable supply of sheep on the, TJJS
ing and being gathered, nnd yet no
organized effort, except that of the
Commercial Association, alone and
unaided, is being made.
There should ho a county organi
zation similar to that Just organized
In Morrow county, for the purpose of
making an official collection of .every
imaginable resource of tho county,
and this organization should he In
force and effect until tho doors of tho
fair close, and tho last visitor to Ore
gon has left the exposition grounds.
The county producing ono per cent
of tho wheat crop of the United
States, should havo the best ngrlcul
"We also b.eliove the supply of na
tive sheep and lambs has been reduc
ed. These severe and far-reaching
droughts In the Southwest lessened
I the lamb crop In that section over 50
per cent, and tho sheep something
"Hut the range conditions aro now
much better In that territory. South
America, Australia and New Zealand
will not be In shainj to ofTer any raoro
competition than thoy did last year.
The active demand and strong prices
I prevailing for wool Is a strong fac
tor, and will doubtless cause flock
,a, ...,U .
tural exhibit seen at the fair. There "TV, " "T,""1" range
should bo gathered from this year's hoW f "eP. especial-
. . ... . IV Should nriren mil rtlln antiatnftnrv
crop nt least three carloads of sheaf
therefore accept no substitute for" Goldeu
J. L. VAUGHN :
Prompt attention given and all ?
work exeeuted properly.
Bleetrloal Supplies of alt klndi
OPPICB 121 WEST COURT
ELATERITE IS MINERAL RUBBER
Wo properly temper It for each particular climate. Then, upon a
juto canvass we build up a fire, water nnd acid proof roofing matorlal, with
a ground mica surfaco and a wool folt pnper dry sheet or backing.
WE'LL, lay tho goods, or you can. If you hnvo to use a roof, we can
tell you some mighty Interesting things. They will provent your pocket
hook from Bhrlvellng up. Write us.
The Elatcrite Roofing Co., 10 Worcester Block, Portland. Oregon
BECK, THE PLUMBER
Lot him do the work and you will be satisfied,
flrst-class in overy particular.
Always let us figure with you on plumbing.
His work Is always
BECK, the Reliable Plumber
' Court Street, opposite Hotol Blckors.
I havo moved my shop to tho second
door east of tho Salngs Bank, no-
pairing of all kinds done in a work
manlike manner at rcasonnbl rates.
As I have beon in business hero 17
years, I need not speak of tho Qual
ity of my work for It speaks for Itself.
My stock of shoos was somewhat
damaged by water and tho Insurance
company told mo to sell them for
what I could got, so I will sell them
for less than wholesalo price.
1 HE BEST
IS THE CHEAPEST
Bear this In Ind whon you
need poultry and stock supplies
and ask for tho International
Poultry and Stock Food. Use
Kow Kure for your cow trou
bles. C. F. Colesworthy
127-129 East Alta 8t.
Agent for Lee's Lice Killer.
grain with which to decorate the
space allotted to Umatilla county.
A committee should now be at work
collecting this grain, bofore tho har
vest Is over and tho crop gathered.
Wool, fruits, grain and Imperishable
stuff of nil kinds should and must bo
gathered this year, or it will bo too
Tho East Oregonlan suggests that
a mass meeting of citizens be called
for tho purpose of forming a perma
nent Lewis and Clark fair club in tho
county. Tho Commercial Association
is tho proper body to issuo tho call.
and tho county court should co-oper-
at.o with such an organization. The
county is permitted to spend $1000
per year In advertising tho county;
and this monoy could' not bo more
wisely expended than in collecting an
up-to-dato, complete oxhlhlt for tho
county at this oxposltlou. It would
ho an everlasting shame to have It
said that tho banner county of tho
stato takes least Interest In Its re
sources and futuro development.
Following tho general features ot
Morrow county's organization, tho
East Oregonlnn suggests that a meet
ing bo called at onco, and a I.owls
and Clark club organized.
As tho county court is In position
to do more than any oth.er body In
tho county,; ho East Orogonlan sug
gests thntJConnty Judge Uoan bo
made president ot tho club, and that
an oxecutlvo commltteo ot 10, consist
Ing of th.o. threo members of tho coun
ty court, three members of tho Com
mercial Association and four other
ly should prices not rule satisfactory,
"Tho present and prospective high
prlc.es of beef nnd pork, together with
tho Increased consumption demand
for mutton, will nlso act on tho side
of tho producer. Tho railroads have
promised better service, which thoy
should carry out.
"Tho trad.o should always bear in
mind tho changed conditions regard
ing tho method employed In handling
range sheep, and realize that tho
great bulk of the fat shfep and
lambs aro bought by comparatively
fow competitive Interests, and this el
ement In my Judgment, often has
considerable to do with th.e selling
"Tho demand for feeders will not
bo very great before September, and
as much depends upon tho growing;
corn crop, It will bo well to hold back
everything but strictly fat sheep autf
"Taking everything Into considera
tion, I feel friendly to tho market
this summer and believe tho sltuutlon
warrants faith In a better range In
prices than last yenr, and a prosper
ous condition for the conservative
and up-to-dato flockmaster."
The East Qregonlan takos pride, in
calling tho attention of tho surround
ing country to Mho excellent school
facilities or tills city. It knows that
no better facilities aro' offered any
where in tho cntlro Northwest, not
oven In tho lnrgor cities, because of
tho worso moral surroundings and In
creased temptations to attract from
study, in tho larger places, Pendle
ton high school Is the leading Instl-
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