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0 CHXK WOOiWKKUOOO CKJOOOO
PENDLETON IS IDEAL
city's pailroad, health, edu'
' cational and other facili
ties apapx it fqr school
' ' site. : '
"JVhcn. I say that ntu nn
American cltlron. I outrht to
say the proudest' thing tjiut any ' Q
uiau cun say in mis worm, uui
you can't have that pride If
American citizenry Is a cheap
thing, If It Is uut worthy of
protection tills wide world over.
There Is no man who could suc
cessfully present to t Ameri
can ' community the platform
that an American 'cltlxuu's
rights stop at the coast' lim
and that beyond frmt American
II fo Is to lie the prey of uny
marauder who choose to Juke
It." From a speech of Mr.
Hughes Id the West. '
:: . ' -
TELL KOW WOMEN VOTERS 1
' WILL CONTROL POLITICS
Congressional Union Leaders Explain
the Movement In Opposition '
to President Wilson.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
.Department of the lntctiot,
U. ?. Land Ofliicc at The Pal It,
Ottgon, Aug 12, UUO,
Notice is hereby given that ll'aiiiot
W.Moore, of Wtulock.Orcgon, who on
May 2'J I'JIS,' tnmlc Homestead Entry
No. 01 1 747, an J on 'Apt il 2, ' 101 1,
made additional Homestead. Entry
No. 012771, Tor NAVi, '.JSWi.
.Sec. 21, Tp. 8 S. R81E. Willamette
Meridian, has filed notice of intention
to make Final tluee, year proo.f, to es
tablish claim to the hi ml. above des-
CliheU Neioic eoic nnsscr, triers
Oitcuit Court,, at Fossil' Oregon ou
the 5th day of Oct. 1910.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Burr ' I'tutchey, Charles E. Seitz,
Walter T. Lines, Sanlord L. ltauy
all of Winlock, Oregon.
" U. 'Frank Woodcock, Register
3 2 10-5 ' ' ' '
Pendleton, Ore. Pendleton's claims
for the establishment of a State Nor
mal School are based upon the unusual
' advantages offered for such an insti
tution.. It la ideally located with re
spect to railroad facilities and- In the
center of the country which it will
teerva. Its health conditions are ex
cellent It has a bountiful supply of
clear, cold,, pure mountain watar. '
It offers a library of 12,000 volumes,
to which are added 3000 annually,
housed La a beautiful new building,
erected at a cost of 40,000. The larg
est athletic stadiuza in the Northwest,
capable of accommodating 20,000 peo
ple; a natatorium, modern and equip
ped for- the use of men and women,
built at 4 cost of $11,000; ample audi
torium room for lyeeum courses and.
lecture and a school system that Is
without equal in a city of Its size. Its
facilities and the students necessary
for. practice teaching have been guar
anteed by the city board. '
Just how the decision of the wom
an's party to oppose President Wilson
for re-election Is expected to change
the national political situation was ex
plained In a statement by sulYrnso
leaders at the headquarters of the
Congressional Cnlon for Woman's Suf
frage at Washington.
It was pointed out that1 unless he
wins the West the defeat of Mr. Wil
son "seems inevitable." "
1 Needed to Offset Loss of Ohio.
To counteract tlie loss of Ohio
alone, which, judging from indications
at the primaries, will go with Its twenty-four
electoral rotes to the Republi
can count, the Democrats will have
to win in the West, California, with
Its thirteeu electoral votes; Nevada,
with three; Colorado, with. six. and
Arizona, with three, ' woman's party
representatives here asserted.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior,
U. S. I-aml Odice at l.a, Grande,
Oregon, Aug. 11th 1016.
- Notice is hereby given that Chancie
E. Round, of Monument, Oregon, who
on May 2i)th 1011, made Home
stead Entry No. 00111. for Ni;SWj
WSKJ, Section 13. NWiNEJ.Sec.
21, and on Nov.l2,19U,ad Ad. lid.
013075 for SEiSKJ, Sec. 13, EJN-KJ,
Sec. 21, Tp. Ur 8., It. 27 K.y and
Lot 4,Sectiou 18, Township 10 South,
Range 28 East, Willamette Meridian
has filed notice ol intention to make
Final Three Year Proof to establish
claim to the land above describe!,
before J. A. Steacb, U S. Comiuis
s:oner,at Lone; Creek, Oie, on the 30
day cf Sept, 1010. . ;
Claimant names as witnesses:
II. R. Gentry, M. J. Thompson,
OFFICIAL i DIRECTORY
Piesidetit, Woodiow W.i I son j of New
Jvtsey j Vice J'residviit, Thomas Mar
shall, of Indiana; Secretary of State,
Robcit Lansing, of ; ycunHjlvntiiij;
Secretary of TreWry, William
(1. McAdoo, of New Yotkj Secretary
of War. Lindley M. Clan i.ou ,of New
JtMsey'; Attoincy.General, Thojnas W
Gregory, of Tennessee; Postmastci
Getictal. AUnit S. lluik-fon, of Texan ;
Secretary of Navy, Josephus Daniels,
oi North Carolina; Secretary of lute
rior I'rankliu K. Lane, "f California!
Secretary of Agncultiire, David A.
Huston, of iJissourl; Secretary of
Commerce, William C. Redlield, of
New York; Secretary of Labor', Wil
liam 11. Wilson, of Pennsylvania;
Secretary to the "Picsideut, Joseph l
Tutiiulty, of S'ew Jersey.
In Idaho the Progressive oartj la i r T. I easev and Ed. Giemrer. all of
dissolved." they continue, "so that the j fonun,ent( Oregon'. ' ' '
jLiemocrats win nave to worK uarq ro - j, q. Braniwell Resistert
IIULI'III IJ s Eiif V I IllKf
UHtUUH nfilmu LUVf
iw unoyni cpunnic
U. S. BUREAU1 OF EDUCATION RE
' PORT UNCOMPLIMENTARY1 TO
STATE'S SCHOOL POLICY.
Pendleton, Ore. Orosoa is one of
the most poorly equipped states' in the
Union for' "be training of - teachers,
according to-tho United' 'States Bureau
f Educution. '
Only five stateo in thy' ynran have
Jeaij Kirmal equlfmea;ihan 'Utegon.' ;
CrAer V ' iS AB ' rn a . XTrrt'a cfril, ri an
forty ttaes.have nio'ret'lsaH on&! New
'Vdt lUnVPerisyfvanfa' 18, STassa
&i1rtt$s1, Califoral Washington
Jt. jjit'laio (
' repyr.t-ol. the Bureau o! Educa
Sin'f.' Vt,oW3 that :;eve1a the 'little Estate cf
Jdto, 'ith a, 'population only half as
iorger a Ofat of Oregoa, 'Is spending
wore thin twice' as much, for'Normal
chofjf 'tis, is this ajtate7 ' ' '' ' 1
' The same report urges that Normal
Schools be' located - in ' the railroad
centers with public schools sufficient
ly large to ; give teaching practice to
ho "formal students. ' .
. State Superintendent Churchill's an
nual repwt shows that Of the 6055
toachera ia Oregon, last year bat 791,
or 13 per cent, were Normal School
. graduates. , The., same official estim
ated that 1000 new teachers are need
ed each, year and the present Normal
school is turning out but ISO. The
majority, cf Normal, trained teachers
are shows to be teachin? within a
small ra'tus of Monmouth, although
Eastern Oregon pays on tho average
of 510.41 a month more for- teachers
than does the Willamette Vallay,
Is practically conceded to the Repub
licans, in the view of woman's party
members, three-fourths or more of the
Progressives there having returned to
the Republican ranks.
Conditions in Other States.
"In Kansas the . Progressives and
Republicans are practically one again.
In Montana there is great dissatisfac
tion over the proposed Democratic tax
on copper. Oregon and' Washington
are expected to go Republican. .These
two Etates were hit hard by the Pana
ma Canal tolls net and the Democratic
tariff Is seriously felt by $he- lumber
Industry there. ' Utah Is considered
safe by the Republicans. In Wyoming
the Progressives and' Republicans
fcave Joined hands." ; - '
'NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
OF REAL PROPERTY
Notice is hereby given that under
and by virtue cf an execution and
order of sale on foreclosure issued out
of the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon for the County of Wheeler in
the cause wherein E. If. Johnson and
R. W. Johnson are ; plaintiljs," and
Olive C. lahnson and the ' Condon
National Bank, a corporation, are
lefend.an.ts, in which it is decreed
ibat the plaintiff have and recover oil
and from the defendant Olive C. John
son the stini of one thousand dollars
an,? interi-st thereon at ten per cent
At that, however, from boslnnlni? I ftoni Dec. 2, lOliS, and the further
to end this has been more of a "you i , .rnn. i,,tndred fortv dollars at
tornevs fees, and the costs and dis-
1 bursemeuts oithe suit taxed at $18.50
Senators; Geoige E. Chauil erlain
and Ilatry Lane. Kepresentatrvcs;
C.N. McArthur, W. C. llawley and
N, J. Sinuott. Supreme Judges; T. A.
Mcllridc, Geo. II. Riiriu-tt, II. J.
Bean, E. A. Moore, Robett Eakia.
L. T. Harris and Henry K, Uciison.
Govenior; j.Ii.Withycombe. Heorttury
of State; Hen. W. Alcott. Secretary of
Treasury; Thomas. 11. Kay. Attorney
General; O. M. Urowti. Superin
tendent of Public Instruction; J. A.
Churchill. Printer; R. A'. Harris.
Engineer ; J. II. Lewjs. Labor Com
missioner; O. 1. HofT. . Kail Road
Couimissione: E. J. Miller. ' Water
Superintendent; G. T. Cochran. Rep
resentatives; C. G. Clark and James
S. Stewart. Senator; W. II. RajrsflaU:.
Food and' Dairy Commissioner; Dr.
J. W. Bailey. Circuit Judge of 11th
Judicial District: D. R. Parker.
SAVINGS ACCOUNUS ,
1 INTEREST-BEARING CERTIFICA'f ,
V DEMAND CERTJFICATE3 OF DEPOSIT ,
Capital Till-: FIRST NATIONAL lAN
Sira,(.)(KUK') lloppiier, Prcjri.n.
7oec as Ono of tho 53 est in Sntort'or Oreyon,
CL SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO TRANSIENTS.
WttiiELtu County .
Attorney; Joseph K. Starr. Judge;
Henry D. Kcyes. Commi'ssioners; M.
Dukek and R. E. Wright. Clerk;
Scott Sasser. Treasurer; A. R, Lamb.
School Superintendent ; Henry j. Sim
mons. Sheriff; Oscar Kelsay 'Asses
sor ; Peter Harlmaii. Purveyor; .Robvrt
kick me and I'll
kiss you" adiuiulstra-
Vaace McCormick says the Progres- i and in the which it is further decreed
slves are stampeding to' Wilson, and I that the Condon National Bank, de
U's a ten tp one bet lie wishes he I fendant fecovef froto tbe snid-defen.
could bel.eve It. j Johnso sum of one
The Democrats are finding out that j thousand dollars and interest thereon
pork1 n'Mties home to root out their at ten per ci-ntrfrom the 13th day of
Dec. 1913, and the further sum of one j
i hundred aollars 'attorneys fees, and
$27. costs; and in which it is decreed
JOSEPH. K. STRR,
Will practice to all courts in the state
FOSSIL, - - OREGON.
Zfttita tPrint township tPiats
o Corrected up.to-date showing names of cntrynicn, dates of rntiy,
5 vacant land, rivers and creeks, if 1.00 each A discount
of 25 per cent will be allowed on oiders
g for five or more plats,
2 jCand Scrrif Jor $al,
g ut lowest uiatket pi ices.
g " All kinds ol Land office Utisiness attended to, over 30 year experience
ti ' ' . . '
o Jrfudson JLand Company, UA VJalts, Ortyon,
The men and women who prefer a
mati who 'does things to- a man- who
writes 'notes about them will vote
for ; 'Hughes. . Government . by .corre
sponden.ee fake's "ioo" long to get any
where, .''but .'government by deeds l
always on the "job." " ' : - ''
that tbe f f mortgages secyringaid
sums be foreclosed; and the proceeds
of the sale' be 'applitd: first, on the
aiuouiit 'due r"the plaintiffs ' and the
remainder on Xhe amount (lue the
Condon National Bank; and that in
pursuance of said decree; 1 have duly
levied uuon'tlie Wi'of the NWi; the
Anu U.ut ! SEi of the NWi; tKe NKJof the SW
, : .1... vi ..f o,u CT.'l- nnA the SF.4 of
; ' V :.'-V '' . . ! the Sli of. Sec. 23, in Tp.' 0 S. li. 2o
. Mr. Hughes Is. not only going direct; E w M containing 280 acres, and
to the public: but the public is going, . - f Coj,nty Oregon,
direct to him. ... A genume Auierican i '''v'v1 1 ' , . . .
and all waterand vater rigius appni
tenant tojthe said lar.ds; and Uiat.I
will sell at ; public, auction! to the
Those who are concerned to know
what Mr. Hughes would have" done;
fijid he beeu' in Sir." Wilson's' place j
muy rest assured be. would not . have
done as Mr. Wilson has.
fs answer enough , '
D. E. BAXTER.
United States Convmissioner
Uliniit. frooft and nil Luml Bimiupfit a
S)wlult.v. I'eeiln iiiid MortunKf. C in-fully
Drown. A arne nupplv of l.i iriil liluulin j
Upil ou Uuu4
SPRAY, - - - OREGON.
G. W. Hawes
lifty-fifty! ' :' . . ' ; ' , ', ' ' .
President Wiison's alar,n vlock - Is
ringing' at' a o clock these mornings. :-hlfruest bidder , for Cash id hand all
He c.-in reach out of . bed and turn it b" ,. , ., ,,.rjf
oil the morning of March 5.
Reckless extravagance of the
Democrats is au In.suU, to, the
American people. ,v.
- Deserving Democrats I Deserv
ing, in heaven's name of -what?
We have a splendid system, of
go.veriMieiu. on puper. but, we
vy.nr that system vitalized,
'the' pork barrel biW: brings a
hiusli. of shame to the checks of
every American, ...
, I aiu 'H'i'e because I have a
vlfclou- of what America needs.
A- WJ)e American, wilt always
America will hot hold her own
by Uigh-souiiding phrases.
Are ye not ' a nation great
Postmaster Oeupral Rurlesoa Is too
fox.V a politiciiiu in iKipt for bis de-'
piiruiient tlie M'Adoo rule forbidding
dim Hug tu pdliilcs. t Mr,
uli.es ilia c poKtiiifistei-a are entitled
to some exercise for tlie moneys
the interest which the defendants or
either of them had toerein on xjvk j.,
1911, or have since acquired therei'i,
i at the Court House .door mVossiL
I -,,t,r Hrpcnn nn Katur '
Treasury riepartureiit emphi.ve'ea parti- " n' , :;' c.',. taifi- .
one o clock V Oi saia uay ; . .oaiu
sale will be made subject to a inort
gage of $3000 on this and other lande
to the State Ljid Board, and subject
to confirmation, by,thcCourt. m. '
Given underl niy band and dated
this 14th day of Angust, 1910. V
"; , ' . OSCAR KELSAY
Sheriff of Wheelet County, Oregon
' -There are no strings or mental res
orviilions hi the pullic pledges; of ad
miiiisirntive lel'o-m given by Clrarles
II utiles. His record as governor
of - Nw Vork gnanintees the 'fullill-iim-'W
of every promise. ' ,
Whiskers ?mputatel witiiout
or wliiskers returned.
Ofjice ia Courier Building,
SPRAY,'. ' - - OREGON
II, I. &' Ford . Hendricks,
" - -,-,''
" ATTORNEYS - AT - LAW.
FCSSlUWliEELER COUNTY, OREGON.
feMii mmpm h
Soyirrel and Gopher Poiyon '
:m.M ii t i. n;t;
luiKM-nits are now convinced that
Charles iJv.ius llughcs is a warm pro
position, ' -
ft l grriUfying. Indeed, to find that
Mr. Wilson xiill si;uid on t!ie sntTrnge
iiieitHiii here be stood at the begin'
ning of his iidniiiiistrntioa. He bud
i. Attorneys for the State Land Board
in Wheeltr County. School money
loaned at six p r cent interest on im
proved agricultural . lauds at not to
exceed one-third cash value, regard
less of perishable improvements.
(- . ':: .
ON THE MARKET
iver I wo
With now bu'.Minfffh better equipment nn,3
j irjiti.jr n'HTiUvro iu ll nuir lilts uir
t efOrecon tvill bKln lea faa-ty-SiretyecLr,
enougB- to Bate sufficient fore- .. .. - . fi, . j i ,.r i v;,t.tj.,.v. siujo,. Tm nin ro P I'.t:
J eight to protect our borders la '6 ' 1 n,,a0,,!',l,m bvnln-' ,er- " ' . I'l !: i! Arij. tow..I,UtronS!vart,eUt,oi'liiH!r.
,. , , ., . i"; - - - U-i 5 "k'lvt'i Education. .iu&.l,Jji '.r:-
' a seiwiWe fashion by. means of a . , , , ! "? l H ;i f Uib-nrr or e tlutn os.ooa vofaias, tit. hiJ-B-l'l-'Vi?.- l-iS
'i sensible prepa redness t ' $ It wwkea on that Insrwid of wlirBy, '6',HWUe 2u"t wolpped. tw .iiiiai Hfig-0Vj-1i'-l:a
M U we State our rights iD-afon H ";,Mll" ("r ,b" SU,tc "f Ml""- f'M fe'F'1 VH5e. Pormltorle. to, men and for ?!
v and determined manner It i s:(Cormlck might do better work by i;Mmn. Er.pennes Lowe.t. i1 PTiM&i':'$
$ carrTOnvIcUon There $ ,:,,;in- hi "raking v u, the West Mr? A WrUeforire3catoio.u,;d8.inSneBlJtra j. HMmm
if should be do vacillation' in con- i ' ',!lir ' """"'"ic bridges that: Aji UNIVERSITY OF OREGON , jfeg'sj
X ..k .v.. v are Iteitw dvuamited bv Justice :"A:7 v- il EfctE. OBESOM r -SSf rr-iH
!af UcCUtlU Willi Llla L MSStTi LJ (111. S:: " ' U jwoci hail I ' : - , , , ' ' -
fi ij nusi.es., . ... . i j .jzx iszr-' - --""iyfl
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