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PAGE FOCR. TWKLTH PAGtL'L ,L EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, RATl'HDAY, XOVKMllfift M, County Official Paper. AN INDKI-nXDENr NUWSl'ArER. Publlnlted Dally, Wwkly tod Semi Weekly, ai t'cniiirion. urwrnn. oy tne EAST nKKciOMAN ITHLISillNtJ CO, Prnsf'.IIITION KATES. tMlly, "tie ymr, by moll $5.00 liny, tit nionliu, Dy mall z.no ixillj-. tlire months, by mall 1.23 I'nliv. uiip month, by mall (VO vvk'v. one year, liy mall.... 1.80 Vwkl.v, lt niontlia. by mall 75 Wwkly. r.mr meat lis, by mall 60 H.n.l 'eekly. one year, by mall 1.50 Ki-ml Weekly, uli months, by mall 73 8'nil Weekly, four months, by mall... .50 'l.. bl'o Kurran, !! Security building. V .isliiiiftoa. 1'. C, Ilureau, 501 Four- tM-nili street. N. w. Member Serlpps News Association. Telephone Main 1. Entered at 1'eiidloton rwtofrloe ai second rinss matter. US 0.'jt;L6er WouMst burn to know one lit tle flower. I!s perfume, perfect form and hup? Von, wouMst thou have one perfect hour Of all the years that come to vou? Then grow as God hath plant ed, grow A lordly oak or daisy low,. As He hath set his garden; be Just what thou art, or grass or tree. Thy trust upon His Goodness laid. Await thy sure ascending soul. Life after life. be not afraid! Joaquin Miller. Ton THE GOOD OF PENDLETON. "The city election which Is to take place in Pendleton next Monday la rerhaps the most Important one In the recent history of the city, for the reason that the question of continu ing the excellent municipal policies of the past two years Is Involved. While there has been little agita tion or discussion, yet there are Is sues at stake and perhaps the only reason that there has not been more visitation. Is that the money strin gency domands that every Interest In the city stand ' together for the fort Interests of the town, commu nity and state. Wrangling over mu nicipal Issues would have made co operation in business and financial lines Impossible and so with a high regard for the best Interests of the community, everybody has allowed the city campaign to drift. "But there are Issues Involved and the sturdy citizenship of Pendleton should decide whether to go back ward, or to continue going forward. Pendleton has made commendable progress In the past two years. She has crowded more municipal Im provements and municipal progress Into these years than in any other :hort period In her history and she will decide next Monday whether she Is to Indorse and support that progress, or whether she is to stop here and now, and then gradually be .Kin a backward movement. The people have confidence In the city and Us excellent surrounding country. Hundreds of people are looking toward Pendleton as a home and school center and if we make H Inviting, provide excellent public Improvements, maintain good morals, enforce obedience to the law and support excellent schools, we can expect these people to come here and become citizens. But If we say to these people that we don't care whether they come or not, if we allow open gambling, break away from the closed policy, etop municipal Improvements, de clare our Indifference to a rigid pol icy of good order and cleanliness, these people will go elsewhere and we couldn't blame them for It. So It Is Important that everybody vote next Monday. There are enough ood citizens In the city to assert the cause of progress and good order. TRICMPII OF INDEPENDENCE. Of course, the East Oregonlan does not expect bitter and hide-bound partisans to (rejoice over the decision of the Portland Oregonlan to act in dependently In politics hereafter, while It has been the organ and czar -of the republican party In Oregon for almost half a century. ' Naturally the partisan and ambi tious politicians see In this decision of the Oregonian a decline In their chances of success. But the masses of the voters of Oregon will rejoice in this progres sive and highly enlightened decision on part of the Oregonlan. If the Oregonlan now conscien tiously adheres to Its decision and supports clean, capable, strong men for office, no matter what their poli tics, the state of Oregon and human ity will have been benefited by Its advanced movement. The time for hide-bound partisan ship Is past. Enlightenment demands ' that men take a broader and more tolerant view of life than Is possible vfrom the partisan standpoint There is good In everything and everybody and newspapers, like Individuals, should be enlightened enough and fearless enough to recognize the good In their opponents and also honest and clean enough to denounce evil, although it be found within the ranks of their own associates. Independence Is the greatest word In the political vocabulary. That the readers of the East Ore gnnlan may know Just what the Or egonian has said, In divorcing Itself from the republican party, its re markable and praiseworthy editorial declaring' Its Independence Is repro duced, as follows: ' The Oregonlan has 'done what It could to support the republican party of Oregon. Kepublicans have not re sponded. .They can now and hence forward support their party them selves, If they desire to do so. Like Romeo nt the piny, the Oregonlan will be a candle-holder and look on. It Is tired of the effort to appeal on principles, political, so cial, financial, national and historic, to men who don't care for anything of the kind, but are actuated merely by selfish piques, petty desires and trifling personal ambitions. In many a contest the Oregonlan has carried the flag, only to be de serted: and each failure was even more a defeat to the Oregonlan and the Oregonlan was so taunted with It than of the republican party. Now, brethren, if you want any success for the republican party in Oregon, get into line and get to the front Should the pressure upon President Roosevelt compel him to be' a can didate again, the Oregonlan will sup port him. Beyond that. It has no an nouncement to make. It can be as Independent as any of you, who have given this state and city over to the democratic party. Since you neither know nor care anything about political principles, or the origin, course, tendencies and achievements of your own party, or the historic tendencies or records of the others, why should the Oregon lan worry further? So get In now, and send your democratic governor to the United States senate. Tou know your favorite Idea Is that one party Is not preferable to the other. What do you Intend? Will you get out. your fife and drum? What for? Tou know you think that, on ths whole, you may as well be demo crats as republicans or better. Tho republican Idea is that there should be no party In Oregon but the democratic. WHAT TO DO WITH 10 ACRES. Since H. H. Gilbert of Pilot Rock, has divided his farm Into 10-acre tracts and is offering It for sale, the East Oregonian has received numer ous Inquiries' as to the length of time required to mature an apple or chard, what to grow upon the land In the meantime and how to live, with but small means, while waiting for the bearing period and other Im portant questions concerning the in vestment of money In small tracts. While the East Oregonian Is not an experienced farmer, yet it believes that alfalfa and dairy cows are the surest and most profitable occupation while waiting from five to seven years for a winter apple orchard to come Into full bearing. If you haven't got the cows, lease them. Butter fat Is always In great demand at good prices and an ordi nary cow will yield from $5 to $7 per month. Ten cows and a good garden with plenty of alfalfa on the 10-acre tract and a choice collection of poultry will make any Industrious family an excellent profit every month In the year while waiting for the orchard. Now Is the time to do holiday shopping, a month before the holi day comes. Tou have the regular holiday stock to select from, the stores are not so much crowded as they will be later In the month and you can take your time and make your selections at leisure. Two weeks from now you will find the stores crowded from morning until closing time and you will be at a dis advantage. Do your holiday shop ping early and you will not only en Joy It more, yourself, but you will thus relieve some of the burden from the clerks who will bear the brunt of the last day rush. Think of the absolutely needless bitterness, the wasted energy the meaningless hatreds which a parti san newspaper- experiences In a half century warfare. The Portland Ore gonlan has been a deep hater and an ardent lover. Its emotions have been Intense. Bot suppose that the energy it has wasted In hating and abusing Its opponents had been de voted to uplifting and bettering man kind, how much more It could have achieved. Much of Its great labor has been worse than wasted. A MEAN TRICK. "An amusing but nasty trick was played in the early autumn at George W. Vanderbllt's Blltmore estate, near1 I PERUNA IS EFFICIENT IN RELIEVING ALL CATARRHAL DISEASES. -. ... . : ;.v. f .. ,v . . . . . I N , :.asUiJ 6ISTKR3 OF THI COOO 8MIPHCRD, MONTH1AL. HOSPITALS ALL OYER THE COXTLNEXT FIXD PE-RU-NA VALUABLE IX CATARRH of the respiratory organs Is a common ailment in Canada for at least two-thirds of the year. This condition Is no doubt caused by the long, severe winters experienced in this part of the continent. Therefore, when Pernna was discov ered by Canadian people to be a reliable remedy, for these catarrhal diseases, it at once became a popular medicine, not only among individuals and in families, bu't in the great hospitals, where it was used as a preventative and relief in hundreds of cases. These Institutions do not hesitate to give their endorsement of the remedy which has been so helpful in the treat ment of their poor and sick. Among these Institutions Is that of the Sisters of Good Shepherd, who gave 1 he following endorsement; Tbe Peruna Company, Columbus, Ohio, Having used Peruna lor the past tew months, lor our sick and poor, we are happy to say that It has given us great satisfaction. Tbe Sisters of tbe Qood Shepherd, August 20, 190 J. Montreal. After a contlnned use of the remedy! this institution has found no reason to change its good opinion of the remedy and expresses its satisfaction in the fol lowing terms: Ashevllle," said a Pittsburg florist. "A friend of mine, one of the Bllt more gardeners, wrote and told me about It the other day. "It seems that at the entrance of Blltmore there was a sign that read, Please do not pluck the flowers with out leave.' "Well, one visitors' day, some Joker added an V to the sign's last word. As a result, every visitor left Bllt more that day with a delightful smile and an enormous bouquet." . AT THE END. When the sands In the hourglass fal ter And the end of it all Is nigh; When the signal is made for the cur tain And the footlights begin to die. It Is good to glance back at the duties We have done In the days gone by. When the grave In the grass Is yawn ing And we totter, decrepit and gray; When the darkness-begins to hover And we near the end of the day It is good to look back at the flowers We have planted along the way. When the candle has burned to the socket And the flame In the wind Is bent; When life to the utmost limit Of years Is nearly spent. It Is good to look back at the kind ness Our lives to others have lent. When the windows begin to darken And we bid farewell to the sun; When the singing Is turned to silence And the end of It all Is won. It Is good to gaze back through the twilight At the good we may have done. Will Reed Dunroy. D. Wooley, sentenced to four years In the penitentiary at Boise for for gery, attempted suicide yesterday by taking laudanum. We lose a lot of valuable time wor rying about the things that never happen. After Once Tasting no one wants an old-fashioned cod liver oil prepara tion or emulsion, because Vinol is a much better body builder and strength creator for old people,weak children, and for coughs, colds, bron-. chitis, etc. If it does no good we will return your money. THE PENDLETON DRUG CO., Pendleton, Oregon. PROWNENT HOSPITALS SAY s Montreal. Sov. 7. 1903. We found Peruna a relief In several cases. We can say It Is a good tonic and we are very thankful. Sisters of the Qood Shepherd. W4ien catarrh once fastens Itself upon the system it becomes an obstinate dis ease to eradicate. A systemic remedy one that reaches every internal organ of the body it an absolute necessity! Pernna is Just inch a remedy. It searches out the cause of the disease, healing and strengthening the mucous membranes, and thus glvtug Nature an opportunity to perform her part of the restorative process. One of the many hospitals which have found Peruna of value In treating old and obstlnato cases of catarrh Is the Hospital St. John, who write, as follows : "We are happy to tell you that yonr Peruna has given us satisfaction. Three patients have vtried It. one GS years old, Kenoul Dupuis, afflicted with catarrh. Is much relieved, more than io has been for a number of years. "A young girl, IS yean old, had an obstinate cough, which half a bottle of Peruna caused to disappear. "As to myself, two bottler have con vinced me that Peruna la, magnificent as a tonic. "Hefore the treatment I could not walk for a quarter of an hour without A SKl'NK FAKM. A skunk farm is a new Industry at least novel In this locality that has recently been established a few miles north of Hannibal, Mo., says the St. Louis Qlobe-Democrat. This sort of a plantation and Its stock dif fers materially from other comblna t'ons bearing a similar name In that it Is not suggestive of newmown hay, blossoming clover, sweet violets and dew drops, etc. Natural history and the dictionaries have but little to say about the skunk save that It belongs to the weasel tribe and Is celebrated for the hor rible fetid odor which emanates from It when enraged or pur sued. And yet the skunk Is ' a re markably neat and pretty animal, the value of whose fur has caused them to be taken from their wild state, and, while not exactly domesticated, bred up In a manner to so Improve their size and color so that their fur becomes greatly enhanced In value. THE MOST SUSPICIOUS EVEK. Henry Clews, the banker and au thor, was talking at the Union club In New York about a certain flnan- i cler. "No wonder the man Is so success ful," said Mr. Clews. "He Is the most careful, the most suspicious fellow I ever heard of. In fact, he reminds me of a Staffordshire farmer my father used to tell of. "It was said of this farmer that, Thera is no more pleasant season to travel than during tho fall months. Try the unsurpassed service of the The Northern PacificRaflway The through transcontinental trains are equipped with every convenience possible for the comfort and ease of las patrons. Tou sleep and eat and amuse yourself without leaving the train. Come and see our agent and let travelers. the accommodations offered to him quote you rates and tell you of W. ADAMS, Local Agent Pendleton, Oregon. A. D. Charlton, A. C. P. y i i ip sjssjsiii irr ' i i ajfMiiBl n ri n nrriT ' " I TREATIXQ ALL CATARRHAL DISEASES experiencing mucb fatigue, Now 1 can walk a mile easily. "Through these three eases we deslro to make known to the public- the ef ficiency of your remedy." Hospital St John, of St Johns, Province of Quebec A later letter received from the aamff institution reads as follow : Three weeki ago I wrote to tell you bow utlslactory we found Peruoa. We recommend It highly lor colds, coughs, catarrh and neuralgia. "I have used It myself as a tonic with tbe best results, taken as directed, half teaspoonful every half hour." Mrs. Etta Docker, Dundurn, Bask, N. W. T.. Canada, writes ; "1 suffered with pelvic catarrh until I wrote to Dr. Hartman, and after tak ing treatment as he advised, 1 can say I am now cured of this most trying affliction, for which I am truly thank ful J think Peruna tbe best medicine for catarrh. I never felt better In my life than I do at present." Peruna not only promptly relieves coughs and colds In their first stages, but is equally prompt and efficient (or catarrhal diseases In the chronic stage. Of course, It Is only reasonable to suppose that a gT eat deal less medicine will be necessary to eure a slight attack of catarrh than would be required to relieve tho ailment after It had been al lowed lo bccoaiu chronic. w henever he bought a herd of sheep he examined each sheep closely to make sure that It had no cotton In It." A lovely yvang maid had a beau, Who took Iw one night to the sheau. Though th acting was fine.'she re- niitrltvj with a wh ne, "I like football much better, you kneau." Exchange. Tht funeral of Henry Dolph Spald ing was held at Almota, Wash., yes terday. Spalding was the first whlto child born In what was then Wash ington and Oregon. A FACT PROVEN. Sbaalo Comlnre Even the Moit Skep tical of Its Truth. If thero Is the slightest doubt In th minds of any that Dandruff germs lo not :ti!)t, their belief la compelled by tho 'act that a rabbit Innoculatftd w'th the rms became bald In six week' time Ii mudt ba apparent to any person therefore that the only prevention tit baldnes la the destruction of tho germ vl.lcli net Is ruccessfully accompllnhed In one hundred per cent, of onsen by lh application of Newbro's Herpldde. Dandruff Is caused by the aamo germ which causes baldness and can hi pre vented with the same remedyNswbro's Ilerplcida. Accept no substitute. "r)'itro' U. caura you remove tho effect." So! J '.y ltadlng OniTJlsts. I'n1 10c. ! i, , for sample to The Htrplcide C D'rolt. Mich. Two slieJ 69 cents and $1.00. A. C. Korppen A Brosj. A. Portlrnd Ore. Hotel St. George GEORGE DARVEAU. Proprietor. IE' i European plan. Everything first class. AH modern conveniences. Steam heat throughout Rooms en suite with bath. Large, new sample room: The Hotel St. George is pronounced1 on of the most up-to-date hotels of the northwest. Telephone and fire alarm connections) to office, and hot an cold running water In al Irooma. ROOMS: $1.00 end $1.5o Block and' a Half From Depot See the big electric sign. Golden Rulo Hotel Corner Court and Johnson Streets, Pndleton,' Oregon. H. C. MEANS, Proprietor .;r.-.'.'W Heated by Steam Lighted by Electricity American plan, rates $1.26 to $1.00 per day. European, plan, 60c, 76c, tl.Ot. lYoo 'bus- bks all trains. Special ratM kjt week or month. ' Fine restaurant In connection Chicken dinner Sundays. Special attention given country trade. HOTEL PORTLAND OF PORTLAND, OREO ON. Ameijcan plan, $1 pev day and up wards. VIcadquarters fot tourists and commercial travelers. Special rate made to families and single gentle men. The management will be pleas ed at all times to show rooms and give prices. A modern Turkish bath establishment In the hetel. 11. C. BOWERS. Manager. 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