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AM. h .MtM.OMA.N. PEMtlX'IO.M, OHKiON. SATl'RDAY, MARCH 21, 1008.
fowuixs vuna. AMERICAN OFFICERS OF HIGH RANK AND OTHERS ENDORSE PE-RU-NA. Prominent People Recom When Other Remcdlet Failed fll Proved efficacious. Hon. Geo. W. Iloney, Nation ,i , s lain U. V. U Ex-Chaplain th , f ,'. in Cavalry, Ex-Trea. State) of .v . mend tlie Kemedy Fe-rn-na. Dr. JTartinan's World Re sin and Ex-Q. Master General -; t Texas, O. A. R writea from 1", , ; , ,, treet, N. E., Waahliigton, D nowned Catarrh Medicine, page pom. ASh-rN r"-vvN "vW mmwutimt'u - m wvn v Jr . m v n i Hi nil's hii'UH " i ; ' ronows: A Remedy for the Crip, Gen. TV. II. Parsons, 9C3 II St., aihington, D. C, writ m follow: "Upon the rcsoinmendation of peraon- 1 frie nda and many strong testimonial Jo the efficacy of Peruna In the treat ment of the numerous symptoms of ths crip with which I have been affected for nr month put, I hare been Induced to undergo a treatment of this Justly jeietirated formnla. "I feel a decided change for the better Sy ltd nso for one week only, especially in toning op the stomach, and acona inent decided effect npon my appetite. "I therefore feel much encouraged that I am on the road to complete restora tion. "My numerous friends In Texas, where J bare had the honor to command a brigade of her veteran cavalry In a fonr - year war, may accept this voluntary tlmor.!al to the merit of Peruna from sense of obligation for its wonderful "iDcacy." Pe-ru-na a Cood Tonic. Gen. II. C. Butler, of South Carolina, writes from Washington, D. C, a btlows : "I ean recommend Peruna for dyspep sia and stomach trouble. "I have been using your medicine for 4 short period and I feel very much re 3eved. "It Js Indeed a wonderful medicine, mad besides a good tonic." Celds bi the Head and Throat. Cha. TV. Bowman, 1st Lieut, and Adjt. th it. S. M. Cav. Vols., writes from .Uaharn, Md as follows: Though somewhat averse to patent Jiedi. ines, and still more averse to be aming a professional affidavit man, It srems only a plain duty In the present iwtanoe to add my experience, to the Inmn already written concerning the -jsrative powers of Peruna. "I have been particularly benefited by lis use for colds In the head and throat. "I have been able to fully cure myself f a most severe attack In forty-eisht ionrs by Its use according to direction. "I nse it as a preventive whenever Jtreatened with an attack. Members of my family also us it 1st like ailments. "We are recommending it to our; zxuiads." COrXTY OFFICLIi PAPER. AN I.SrvCPlCNnRNT .VKW8PARHK. PaWlshed Dally. Weekly and Semi-Weekly, at raaiToa, urejon, oy tne EAST OKEGONIAN PUBLI8HINQ CO. BTmsCRHTIW BATES: dirty; om year, by omll.... Dally, sis ssoaths. by mall Daily, tkree DMitbs, by mall , Pally, ose Booth, by mall Dally, an yesr, by carrier , Dally, six aostbs. by carrier , Dally, tbree nonths. by carrier Dally, one month, by carrier Wklr oa year, by mall weekly, six month, by mall wHi t) , four meathe, by mall Real Wkly, one year, by mall..., aal Weekly, six nonths, by mall.. nl Weekly four month, by mall. .$5.M . 2.50 . 1.13 . .50 . 7.56 . 3.75 . i.n . .s . l.&o . .75 . .54 . 1.50 . .75 . .59 7e Dally East Orexonlan I kept on sale 1 the Oren News Co 147 eth street, tnrOmw. (r.goa hlii;o liureau, 009 Security balldtac. Wanhlairteii, D. C, Bnreaa, 601 Four tearh street, N. W. Member Cnlted Free AesocUtioa. Thoa Vlala 1 Kateree at the postofflc at Psadletoa, Oreroa. a secood-elaas mall mattsr. UNION Hope's th" bent chum a feller ever hed, Er ever ken hev', fer thet matter! Why, When Hope'n me's chums, it alius seems Thet ev'rythln' Jest move along real spry! . An' cf small troubles kum a hnngin' roun' me I don't set down an' moan, an' watch 'em grow, Ner I don't hug 'em thet they hev' t' go; An' when real sorrow strikes me, ez It sometimes Is boun' f strike a feller, then I try V be a man an' do my best while waitln' Fer sunshine, but I never do s.-iy "die" When Hope 'n me 's chums! Fannie H. Wlngate. i WOMF.X II WE CIVIC PRIDE. One thounnml women of Walla Walla have Joined In a monster or ganization for the purpose of asnlstlng In establishing find beautifying a city park. . Think what one thousand active, tamest women are capable of doing In the way of civic Improvement! Think hat a small handful do In Pendle ton and elsewhere. Think what even sne gjod woman can do, and you will If r&WX A n !w utl VriHA K V With' X --.v .. iptW- : i - - t , f - i J ii'i-'i .' -.- ' - A tttS'i?yi V - i. ' -m ':; -iiisai nrsw mi i lJwv...tM Recommends Pc-ru na to the Afflicted. Brig. Gen. D. T. Klrby, Washington, D. writes concerning Peruna, as follows: "Frlendt of mine having your Peruna catarrh cure good results, lam Impressed i its curative qualities, andean j .IIU ,u muse wno are ar I fllcted." Pe ru na In Tablet Form. Some people prefer to take tablets, rather than to take medicine In a fluid form. Such people can obtain Pi'runa tablets, which represent the medicinal ingredients of Peruna. Each tablet Is equivalent to one average dose of Pe runa. For Catarrh of the Stomach. (prompt efficacy ." be astounded at the accomplishments which lie within reach of a band of 1000 women, Here Is the secret strength In which civic pride is founded. In the hearts and minds of earnest, conscientious women, working for the betterment of their home towns. Is found the secret of the city beautiful. Let us have 500 women Joined In Pendleton aye, give us 100 good wo men, joined In an active organization for the establishment and beautifying of a city park on the site of the old cemetery north of the river, and be fore another spring could roll around, flowers would be blooming, trees budding and verdure smiling on that desolate spot. OBJECT OF KDUC.vno.V. People of Pendleton, Umatilla county and in fact of all Oregon, complain of high taxes and especially of high school taxes, occasionally and 'often ask the questions: Is the result of our present school system suffi ciently worthy to Justify the expense? Are we getting what we pay for? Are the objects of true education kept constantly In view by school teachers and school officials? These are pertinent questions and are always timely and should be dis cussed more freely than they are Every cent of public money raised from property for purpose of conduct ing and advancing the public school systems of the country should be hus banded carefully and made to do Its full duty In securing to the young peo pie of the country the true basis of an education. But the husbanding of school money is not all. There Is a personal re sponsibility upon every pupil In the public schools, to do Its full duty and utilize that beneficent fund which the public has placed at its disposal. The result of the public school ed ucation on pupils Is largely determin ed by the personal effort and the per sonal object of each pupil. A studi ous, earnest young man or woman can get an education out of a miser ably poor course of study, and the best course of study ever devised can not convert a rowdy or a sluggard Into a student, without personal ef fort on his part. flo It is "up to" parent to see that proper educational ideals are enter tained by their children and then that proper effort is made to live up to and accomplish those Ideals, before Oen. W. W. DufTield. W.isl.in -t ,n 1 n ' i wuu " as aauty we reel t;jat woowe tb'-m. i'.c, writes: ji I'ffhT j n nr th u. . j,... . i.i i . and havrfound i Jl know of a ?o,d and comparatively inexpen-ive reiedy that makes many ana liave found It a valuable m.-l:cmo I cures, and beneCu in a.rr.ost all case,? J ta who annr ? re7m'"Km!;iit I "My own little personal experience of WB; relieved of deafness, caused ig'WidN-H r . , . y I tsedPe-ru-na-Satlsfled As to Its Merits g) 1 CV , , -Recommends It to All Sufferers. II DEAFNESS CAUSED BY CATARRH RELIEVED BY PE-RU-NA. Oen. A.M. Ll-z, writes from the Savings Bank Bulidlnir, Washington, D.C., a follow : "I take pleasure In endorsing the many recommendation I have heard and read of Peruna, because of having had knowledge of the truth of so i many or tnem. t "We always tell our sick nnd ailing 4 le"ed. from experience, were good - -- t-t-t t t I . . . . .1i.itti.tltii.ii.i. . condemning me pjni.c school system grain cropping. Every ton of wheat ed to over 50,000.000, an increase of and public school teachers. j the northwest farmer hauls to mar-'. 25 per cent over 1906. With the The central object of an education ket costs him $7 to I In exhausted ' large amount of new acreage going Is to fit people for the tisks of life ; fertility. j ,nt0 cultivation this year, we may ex along whatever line, they may lie.; The German reckons that every ton ' pect as large If not larger Increase That Is Utterly wasted effort which ' of bran f. ,1 t ) his livestoc k Is worth 1 over 1907 for the harvest of 1908. seeks to acquire an education quickly1 $n in alb',1 f.-rtillty and tests at the' : and cheaply without having a fixed, decisive object In view. So personal effort must co-operate vnn me taxpayer In the public schools. POltTLAXD'S MESSAGE. In the establishment of two Im mense packing plants within her bor ders, Portland send a message to the farmer and stockman of the Inland empire which he will hear with In creasing enthusiasm as he comes to understand more anj more of its sig nificance. It Is Impossible to estimate what this means to the Inland empire, but the Oregon Dally Journal catches a faint glimpse of lu meaning In the following editorial on the subject. The Journal says: The message Is of Inestimable value to the man on the farm in the great northwest. It means demands of an extraordinary character thnt he will be called upon to supply, It means a market of extraordinary character for the livestock he mny have to sell. It means complete revolutionary changes In that the new and better market will Inevitably draw activity now devoted largely to grain growing Into the more profitable production of cattle, hogs, gheep and poultry. The sweeping character of this change Is made apparent In the fact that Oregon and Washington have been producing but 15 per cent of the hogs they have consumed. They must now produce all they consume, and along with Idaho and other northwest states, must produce enormous quan tities, not only of hogs, but of all other livestock for export. The accomplishment of this enor mous change will come about with the ame ease that characterizes a similar revolution In the great mlddli west states following the inauguration of packing Industries In Chicago, Omaha and Kansas City. There farmers grew rich and Inde pendent In growing livestock, their land advancing from $20 nnd $40 to $100 and $200 per acre. The fertility of their soil is restored by stock feed ing, Instead of being exhausted by i friend of the remedies that we have for us when oiling in the same way, Oorn. ll exji. i lment station seem to ' confirm the calculations. The tiorth- hvest farmer has ben depicting his ' . soil becaus, wheat crowimr s, .,.m,i t., I offer the best returns. t I The m.-S4:iga of the packing house t.unucrs opens tne avenue for a more remunerative activity, while at the sann time preserving his land. Tt is fortunate for him that "Portland certainly has packing house advan tages." for it means a new epoch, new life and new profits for his endeavor. IXnrsTP.IAh ACTIVITY. To gain confidence lu the flnanciul and Industrial stability of our own western country we have only to look cbout us and consider the great under takings which are proceeding apace In spile of rather quiet business condi tions In the east, says the Westerner. In ."cattle; and Portland, Tacomu and Spokane- and other cities of the prosperous northwest, construction work of all kinds has continued to iroceed at a pace which to the eastern cities would seem like the greatest kind of prosperity. In any of these titles large buildings fire being erected on every side, and In the larger cities, gaunt steel frames creeping toward the clouds show the outlines of rapidly building sky scrapers. Away from the cities we find signs of equal activity and prosperity. On the west slope of the Cascades, thous ands of men are busy at work clearing away the slumps and underbrush from the fertile and productive log ged off lands, Hnd hewlna- future homes out of the wilderness for scores of thousands of prosperous and thrifty people. On the east side of the mountains, In the great Inland empire, the gov ernment is at work on its great Irri gation projects, which together with a number of lurge private projects under way will reclaim from the des ert, millions of acres of the most fer tle and productive lands In the world. The farmers In the wheat belt are preparing to sow the seed for a wheat crop which will probably exceed that of 1907. The entire crop of the farms of the Inland empire for 1907 amount- Oen. S. 8. Yoder, 303 Md. Ave., N. Wash ington, D. Cn writes: desire to say that I have found Peruna to be a wooderul remedy. I only used It for a short time and am thoroughly satisfied as to Its merits. I shall gladly recommend It to all sufferers." For Kidney Trouble, Coufhs, Colds and Catarrh. Oen. A. T. Hawley, 13M 2Tith St., 2f. W., Washington, P. C, writes: "I have used Peruna and find it very beneficial for kidney trouble, and es r'Cia!!y :ood for coughs, colds and ca tarrhal trouble." Convinced of Pe ru na's Merit Brig. Oen. J. Ployd King, Washing ton, P. (.'., writes: "I unhesitatingly state that I am con vinced Peru:; 1h a medicine which will effect oil that is claimed for Its use." Those desirous of obtaining special directions with regard to the use of Pernna should write to Dr. S. B, Hart man, President of t.'io Hartman Kanl. ' Uirluin, Columbus, Ohio, TIIE MAX WHO TIMES. ! Commen,i e. fri,'d I trlpR t,u, ,11,1, Itv, to him tries To do the things that need It; j Who, though old Fortune bucks and shies, , No less essays to lend It. He may be thrown nnd thrown sj hard He sees the planets flying. P.ut still, although his spine be Jar red, He says, "I'll keep on trying!" He builds his "luck" I say to win, Itetfarilless of the weather, And he und Fate, through thick and thin. Will reach their goal together. So here's a pledge to him who tries To do the thing that's needed. Though he be neither bright nor wise, Against his name, before he dies. Men write the word, "Succeeded!" A. J. Waterhouse,- In Sacramento I'nlon. TOO PATRIOTIC. Patrick had worked hard all his days, but his sons had spent his mon ey for him, and when he was too old for active work he was offered the position of crossing-tender nt a small railroad station. He looked dubious as the duties of the office were ex plained to him and the meaning of the various flags was clearly stated. "In case of danger, with a train coming, of course you wave the red flag," said his friend, proceeding with the explanation. A hard old hand grasped his arm. "Man, dear, it'll never do," said Patrick, shaking his head solemnly, "I could nlver trust meself to remlm- ber a red flag whin there was a green wan handy." The Youth's Compan ion. Pension Bill Curries $150,809,000. After several hours of spirited dis cussion over the proposition to abol ish seven of the 16 United States pen sion agencies and consolidate pen sion disbursements In Washington, the house Thursday passcn the pen sion appropriation bill carrying $150, 860,000, the largest Hum ever au thorized by that measure, say a Washington dispatch. The house by a vote of 86 to 139 stood by the com mittee on Appropriations and left un changed Its recommendations for one general agency. Ernest Kellerstraus, of Kansas City, Mo., yesterday shipped a pen of four white orplngton chickens to MJne. Ignace PaderewskI, nt Marge, Switzerland. "I cannot too highly rocomme preparation for tha relief of c trouble in their varlou form. v ! r "Some member of mj own , , :, have used it with moat rratlfv .. ult. "When othe remedia failed. proved most efllcacloui and Iche f,,i certify to 1U curative excellence -Pe-ru na, a Standard Treatme r re Catarrhal Disease. Mr, John C. NeUon, Dayton. .- geologist and mining engineer, v ' r, ' Captain in th Federal Army dnrl i . Civil War, contracted case of rl t -Usm. Thl malady wa contai. u persistent, inducing tbedevelopn . i other aliment, wbloh also b ki. chronic. After taking a cour of Peruna, Capt. Nelson writ: "Hiving been painfully afflict chronic rheumatism and the a n : .-.! ". tlv complication for many yean after having received many gi and special treat menu with only porary relief, I read your clt treatise on catarrhal disease. "At my request you prescribed a sr. j - l course of the Peruna romedles, wl 1j f closely followed, and am happy t r port that my rheumatism and coi :.. cated ailments are subdued, and J ..; young again at the ago of 69 ,.. "Reason will accept yonrclaailflcU! of catarrhal disease a acientiflc a i trne, and the Peruna remedie n a standard treatment for them, J t...r,k you heartily for yoi akllled and i -ileal advice." Enjoys Renewed Health and Strep;.!. Jame J.Osborn, 628 Wahsatch v , Colorado Springs, Colo., ha fille I u. the positions in Knight Tern,. r Masonic Order, wa a Mason n. ISoO, Judge of County Court, ClL,.vi, Mo., and also County Collector uf Clinton. He writes; "A sluggish liver which I had oe.it troubled with for two yeara made life miserable and I was unable to attend to my business half the time. I lacked energy, had header-he most of the time, and my food (lis in ssed me and did not seem to do me a prrtlcla of good. "Heading of the many cure per formed by Perunn, I decided to try a bottle. Before I htd taken many dose I felt better. "I took it as dlrcted for two months when I was a well man." iHE FOOLS PRAYER The royal feast was done; the Kins S-UgiU fonie new sport to banish care, And to his Jester died- ";ir Fool, Kneel now, and mike for iis a prayer." The Jester doffe, his cap and bells, And stood the mucking court be fore; They could not we the bitter smile Behind Ihe paintcl Kr;n he wore. He bowed his head, and bent his kne Cpon the monarch's -ken stool; His pleading voice arose: "O Lord Be merciful to me, foir "No pity. Lord, could chance (ho heart , From red with wrong to white as wool; The rod must heal the fin; but. Lord Be merciful to me, a foo! '"TIs not by guilt the onward sweep Of truth and right. O Lord, we stay TIs by our follies that so long We hold the earth from heaven away. "These clumsy feet, still In lhe mire. do crushing blossoms without end These hard, well-meaning hands wo thrust Among the friend. heart-strings of a "The Ill-timed truth we might have kept Who knows how sharp it pierced ana stung? The word we hnd not sense to sny Who knows how grandly It ha ! rung? "Our faults no tenderness should nuk, The chastening stripes must cleans them nil, ... . . ..ui lor our Blunders oh. In shame Before the eyes of heaven we fall. "Earth bears no bnlsam for mistakes; Men crown the knave, nnd scourge the tool That did his will; bu? Thon. o Lonl, Be merciful to me, a fool!" The room wns hushed; In silence rose The King, and sought his gardens cool, And walked npnrt and murmured low, "Be merciful to mo, a fool!" Edward Rowland PHI. Nonh Gunnls His Laurel. The hero of the Johnstown flood wns arguing with St. Peter his claims for n good place In naradlse a tie. tie old man was slttin srmmn inf lecting at every point of his story of adventure. "That's nothing; that's nothing." Finally exasperated, the hero said to Peter; "Who I. (hit m. tic man that Is continually Interrupt--Ing me?" Peter replied, "Oh. that is Noah,