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THIMtSDAY, JULY r,, IBSff.
'I Hi: I'OOIt Ml' I. UN. I IN.
Practical Help In BlokneM nnil llnreavif
mmit Adopting Children A fthtnr In
Mltfortunn A Dead Comrade! I'et.
Klnilnea to Anlmali.
It Is not only In tholr perhaps thriftless
almnglvlnfr that the poor show tliclr avm
patby with tholr own ordor Thoy tsfiow
It la tholr pructlcal holp'ln times of nick
norni and loreavcmonts thoy show It In
their mutinous to sharo tholr scanty food
and shelter with tho hungry and tho homo
lens, thoy hIiow It In tho way In which
(IOOI) AIM'W" VMMI T IMUNO.
Uoctor Smnahlnc Old Tim Superstition
About IHITerent Kind of Pood,
Sorao recent remarks by Dr James a
White. profunsor of dermatology In Har
vard university, are directly In line with
an article published only a fow days ago
in those columns on tno subject or sonsl
bio eating There Is. of course no sub ,
Joct concerning which people need Infor
matlon more limn thoy do about eatlnir, 1
and there are vory fow subjects on which
more ridiculous notions aro extant 'One
man's meat Is another man's poison" 1
an old and true saying, yet a great ma
Jorlty of mankind have Ideas of dlot that
aro formed from tho oxporienco of other
jrciiiiu, mm menu iiitain ill u vurjr ijujlijuili
absurd, Dr Whlto disposes of soma of
thnso notions by tho authorltatlvo utter-
anco of a thorough scientist. i
For oxaraplo, ho touches on the old i
wives fablo that butter In liberal quantl
tics will cause children s laces
out with "butter sores " He
Leezer & Kuebler,
Ire Yon Protected?
The InrKer.t mi'! mont complete, utock of
er tako other poonios troubles upon
thoir already ovorburdonod backs, and In
Uio way they frequently sucrlflco tholr
tlino anu their money In endeavoring to
nut their poor brothers and sisters who
havo been pushod down In tho battlo of
11 o onco more upon their legs
The poor llvo so closely togothor that
they know a good ileal of each other's cir
cumstances, and nutu rally tho ladles aro
the first to find out each other's business.
So It comes that tho poor woman living
with her husbntid and family In ono room
knows that tho peoplo In tno next room
are without food Klin and her husband
go short and send In half their loaf to
their starving neighbors, and sho sends In
tho tcajMit with tho leaves left In It, and
sho fills It up with hot water This, nt
least, gives tiiu roclrinnt a warm drink,
whatever tho particular flavor of It
Ono rcmnrkablo way In which tho poor
ahow their kindness of heart Is In ndopt
Inn children It frequently happens In
neighborhoods where tho laboring and
criminal classes herd togothor thut n fam
ily of chlldrun may bo suddenly left with
out father or mother Fiitlior gots "put
away" and mother. In her jrrlor and de
spair, gin's to drown her sorrow at tho
fiubllo lioiiso, and sometimes ends by fall
ng horself Into tho clutches of tho law
Such cases as this occur over and over
again, and In flvo cases out of ten tho
children aro taken taro of, washed and
droHsed and fed by somo poor mother llv
lng In the same houso, who horself has a
largo family All this Is done ungrudg
ingly and as n "duty " If you ask such a
woman what prompted her to burden her
self with tho mulutcnauco of another
woman's family shu will tell you there
was nothing wonderful In tho net. "Mho
supHisoH us so mo neighbor 'ml do tho
sumo by her young 'uns If evor sho was In
A poor, unfortunnto girl, living Inn ten
etnent houso with others of her unhappy
class, fell seriously III The landlord
wanted her sent to tho workhouse Tfio
other girls said "No, not If thoy know
It " '1 hoso poor creatures puwued all tho
clothes they could spare In tinier to pay
for a clever doctor for her case iu a
complicated one and they clubbed to,
aether and got her all tho doctor ordered
her They relieved each other at tho sick
bod and look It In turns to uurno her tiny
and night, and thoy made hor stop at
homo when she wus better for over six
weeks, as tho doctor said thcrn would still
bo risk In hur going out, during all of
which tlino they jmld her rent aim every
oxH)iiko Incurred by hor Illness, though to
do It they hud t to deny themselves not
only any comfort but almost uny neces
sary of life llnivo girls those and uood
f;irls (low different would tholr lives
mvu been ierhaps, had they known In
their homos such lovo and devotion as
they showered tiion thoir sisters In nil
Tho Kor man who loses hli wife finds
plenty uf sympathy uud practical help
among Ids poor neighbors Bomo good ,
soul comes In at onco ami sees to tho
young children for him if ho hut nouo old
enough to look after tho others Tho
buby not Infrequently lluds a now mother
to tuko It to her breast, and even tho
man's comfort Is not overlooked Mrs
Jones will run In for half an hour whllo
ho Is away at work, and tidy up his place
for him. and Mrs Ilrown will imp across
tho roud and get his tea ready for him
against ho come homo. There aro somo
charming llttlo Idylls of tho courts and '
alloys which ore waiting to bo told tou ,
der proo rooms, fragrant with tho self
sacrifice and the heroisms of tho poor and
41... I. ....I.. I..., ,1 I... ..Y I- I
hw hjmit. uiii wiur mum uu mm irum . i . . ,
4i,.. i ...i r. i ' ,i tho moment that hor hue
w wmiiiiimiu iii tun fiim in viu ilium i i. .. . .
ilmvn in,, .riini.l .m.iiu.nr i..M,i...,f. puuiic tnusiuiie voiusiies, Her
would lie to rob them of all their grace
what Intelllireiit nconlo havo lonu known,
that g'Hl butter uncooked Is perfectly
harmless food so far as the skin la con
cerned uud ho might havo gono much I
farther, for tho limitation was unnoccs
snry lie says, however, that tho notion
alluded to probably camo from tho fact
that the use of Impure butter In food :
otherwise Indigestible may havo dls- '
turleil the Htomaeh and produced Itnpuro I
blood In Mime cases It Is mora likely to
have come from the ofTorts of parents of '
limited menus to curb their children's In i
diligence In an oxpcnslve dainty It Is
certain that much or the projudlco against
cnnily mine from this particular causo, j
tlmiiKh with candy, as with butter, the
prejudice Is entirely Justifiable In refer
ence to adulterated and Impuro grades. 1
Nnthinu Is more common than to hear
purciitx tell tholr children thut eating 1
cninl) will ruin their teeth, but It Is most '
likely to bo an utterance dictated by .
economy At an ovonis. no euucatou
dentist will Indorso tho statomont
Tho notion that buckwheat cakes and
oatmeal aro productive of skin diseases la
also attacked and pretty thoroughly de
molished by I'rofossor White, as well as
that absurdity about tomatoes which was
started by DIo Lewis a veneration or so
go lie said that tomatoes wore pro
ductlvo of cancer, and that tliev loosened
and destroyed tho teeth, Dr Whlto do- i
darns tomatoes and oatmeal to bo harm-
less and vul liable foods, and points at tho
simple fact that tho only danger In oat- I
lng buckwheat lies In the fact that l
It Is apt to bo served up hot In tho form
of Improperly cooked cakes Those may,
and are very likely to. upset tho diges
tion He declares, moreover, that a good
digestion and a healthy appctlto will tako
care of tho skin so far as the olTccts of
food uio concerned, ami that It matters
little what kind of food Is used so long as
It Is pure of good finality and properly
prepared Tho healthy stomach will turn
It Into good blood Tills, It will bo seen,
is a similar utterance to that of Dr Aus
tin Mint, recently quoted, only thut Dr
Wh.tu treating as lie did ou the skin only,
did not make so sweeping a statement as
Dr Flint, who said "Fat what you Itko,
when you like, nn.l cat as much us you
like You may get gout that way, but
not dysiepslu. Now York Mall and Ex
press A llnllet flirt's Preparation,
Tho process of preparing o French ballot
imifosKor of tho art of
kulHomliiliiir, as It may bo termed Tho
danseiise, who Is about tofalro son mastic,
sits before her looking glass, and over
face, arms, neck, shoulders and bosom sho
spreads u coal uf liquid white, which dries
and forms a sort of varnish Tlds first
coat sho greases with a llttlo cold cream
and perfumes it with a dash of poudro do
rlx Thou sho touches up her cheeks with
vermilion, heightens tho red of hor lips
with carmiuo, magnifies the contour of
tho eyes wltli kohl, iiuluts hor eyebrows
with Indian Ink, picks out a fow veins,
and the mastic Is complete This opera
tion requires at least half an hour Next
tho dancer draws on her silk tights, and
next sho dons hor underskirt, then follows
the corsage, tho live or ten gauze skirts,
or whatever more or lens succinct costuma
may bo worn and finally tho bracelets,
earrings, and miscellaneous Jewelry which
these young ladles will Insist on wearing
Thus equipped she bounces on to tho
stage, smiling fresh and gay, and flitting
wmi easy grace uirniigii iter
S Toilet & Fancy Articles
GIVE US A OALL.
! Those who believe so thoroughly in protection should not
go uny longer without insurance on their property, of whatso
ever kind; and nearly everyone believes that a policy in a good
Reliable Insurance Co.
or All Kinds Tciii. rias, i.js WOrth every time what it costs, and procrastination should not
mm ...! be indnlrrfid in when it conies to takinir out u nolicv. In the
FEINTED U'LOUR BAGS "
! first place, pick out competent and
AMES & DETRICK,
FRANK DOWNEY, Propriotor
Monls Q5c; Uodn 25 & 50c.
ittrOill and net u xood uiont
of Webti mid Harden !.
nt the corner
girl for her debut bus been divulged
lady who is a
iv uraro iiirnuuii Iter ius. at)
plaudod by tlio admiring audience Hut
k is turned lotlio
comes serious, her features aro grimacing
and drawn with fatigue, and as she passes
Tl. einnnfl.v nf ii.a .u.h if.u I us wo its that sho is piiutliig for breath
.... 4 . ......... aful lijtthiul In iwiimnlnitlim Anil
At Wholosalo Prices.
Cascade ills Lumber Mffg Co.
Yard and Oflice at the Railroad
WOOD, WOOD I
lleforn miikliik'ymircoiilriicl for next win.
ter's supply of wood.coniiuU Cliurle Kruzler
the woinI doctor, and obtain the Inweat prices
fertile lieat mountain wood,
LARGE QUANTITY ON HAND.
J II tint iUw
With whom to do your business those who represent none but
the best insurance companies and ro straightway and insure.
When in search of such agents, don't fail to turn your "peepers"
in the direction of the oflice of
Clopton & Jackson,
Located m tho EAST OREGON! AN building, Pendleton,
where you can havo any kind of insurance, whether Fire, Ma
rine, Accident or Life insurance, done up in
and bathed In orspirution And by tho
time shu bus finished dancing sho will Ixj
so wuru out that sho will scarcely havo
strength enough left to cruwl unstulrs to !
hor dressing room, where sho will need to '
aomotiuies in u tender rvgunl for some
thing which tins twti the pet of a dead
com nulti or neighbor Somo little timo
bacU, u hawker in the luist Kml luvdvlnir .
ii ,v.., ., ui.iu.. ,i -i.ii.ii...,. .v. nor crossing
had ono conipanlon-a faithful, loving 1 J ru.ubo"1 owu ' ,ontf1ca llK? 0VM
llttlo dog. whi hud lived with him f07 I taxinlwcehowo.-lIouH. Journal.
inuiiy years As the poor fellow lav on i j
Lis death I us I, the llttlo dog stretched It- NtmiwiIIJiclnon and lh I'rUal.
self out liesldo him. and every now and Dr. J William Jones, tho gallant Con- '
then licked the weak thin hand thut I federate veteran, wus standing with soma
rested lovingly uikiu Its little head Tho friends on Hroud street bridgo waiting for j
em uuwKcr mum wus tortured as to tno procwsion on LHicoratlon day "I
what would be his fulthful companion's wonder." somo ono asked. "If any body of
futo ufter ho hud gono to his uravo; i tax)ts over moved exactly on timer
for II llllltit mill lit. ' ,vi,p ' r.,,,li.Ml tli.i ifftetnp .iiiIaHw f
.li). A.. "Walker,
Candies, Nuts, Fruits and Tobacco,
Kino Imported and Domeillo Clears ul way
Mull. h( near Hie brldue, Pendleton, Orcuou
Estes & Guilds,
rroprlHopt o the
city TiiVKiiY Fi:i:n ,t
.S3 'A n hK,
so one day ho soul for a mute, uud ho
said to film "Jim. when I'm gone,
tuko my llttlo Fun, uud let her liuvo
a homo with you till sho dies, will
you, mute! I shall die happy If I know
as she'll havo a friend to tako euro
of her after I'm deud." Jim, a street
hawker of dolls, gripped hU friend's liand
and said Yes, mate, I'll take her, uud
irmiUo you as sho shall bo as comfort
ublo us I ran mako her"
This kludnoss touulmats is by no means
a nn trull among tho poor 1 havo been
A lean uud hungry lad many u time shar
ing his scanty tueal of broad and butter
with a stray cur in tho slums, uud I know
ono common lodging houso cat, who died
In tho kitchen amid tho tears uud sobs of
tho rough ineii uud wouieu, who clustered
around to hhi their pot breathe Its lust.
Oixirgo II Sims In 1'hlladelplilu Times.
l.eMrnlii I met; n l-iui(iiu;-i.
It Is iduiuifd that, gviientlly poUlng,
nu uptltudo furhsuiilug ftiretgu language
Is Imllwitlvo of u low doyreti uf Intel
Itx'ttmliKinnr, mid results fnun tho own
tenlnitlon of tho lower lutellwtiml fue
tlllh'u tiKiU such luivliaiuenl ollml uilh
out tho dUtruct lng mil u nee uf the higher
ivuioning pouirs -iil..U IK'iiuv ,vt
Imagine, since Stonewall Jackson died."
This seemed to Kit tho reinliiUcental
mood and tho doctor continued.
"Hy tho way, did you ever har the
closo of the prayer made by Father Dubort,
the bravo C ut hollo priest who was chap
lain of Hay s brlgadot it waa In New Or
leans, ou u big Coufoderato day, and Father
Dubort was pruylnir Ho had euloglzod
tho Coufiylentte sohller In Gen. Stonuwall
Jackson In p4irtlcular when ho closed
with these words "And now, Almighty
tlod our Father, thou kuowest that when
thou madest up thy mind that tho Cou.
foderacv should bo defeated In war thou
found It necessary to remove thy sorvuut,
Stonewall Jackson, before thou couldst
accomplish thy purposol" AtUuta Cou.
Wed I n i wild nu, I..
An lviiglish family has ciutom of U
lng wild birds regularly after bnakfust
Opening the dining room window, they
ring a bell, uud Immediately all kiudsof
birds, and sometimes even Mpjlrrols, couiu
to tho ftmllug place. A curious reeult of
tho custom Is that numerous appllruuts
urv toi'ii tMich mtirnlug waiting the mi uud
of tho boll, like so mam luttcuts at a
hospital. )w lorK urut Ida
Bnlod Hay and Grain.
Nolo nillil II ih, Nlnsle or It ob uud
Haitdlo Horr-eH mIu)n on liund.
llorncH liourdetl hy the day,
M'rek or llnntli.
All Kinds n( Feed For Sale, n ( nail or
OHARGRS RRASOVABLE !
SIGN OF THE GOLDEN BOOL
BOOT & SHOEMAKER
Main unit WobbStreeU,
Kulern Unite HuotM
nuil HIhi.-h ii
IVrfvct til (luiiranleiMl,
It is well to romemher that to bo Becure you must insure i
i mi.i a t- i -
uuu ui mo xnixLy xieiiaote uompanies represented by
Clopton & Jackson, with a combined capital of more than
THE O. K. DAIRY.
Formerly run by John Knlslit, litis dialled
liaudk, and U now leased hy
Who will tupply tHJth old and new eu.lom-
, em won l no
, lle.ot .Milk in tlw Market,
promptly and at reanouable rates. jM'ti lm
If you contemplate insurance, call on them and get posted
and it will cost you nothing, Kemember their oflice is in tho
I EAST OKEGONIAN building, or address
Cioplon & Jackson,
OMAHA, COUNCIL BLUFFS lu
Free of charge and Wk()llft
Cioso connecilonj nt port!..d .
cleo nnu l'utH$
parts ut OiOO p. in, "HmIU
West hound Imxfnrpr ...i '
parts ui ins p. m.
WnlU WntU and P.n.,
Leaves nt 0:00 n. m. for u-.i?
rives at 7 p. m. from vWJZ
To Han Friinclxru,
State, May 12
ureuon, oi ny in
Hiote, May SI
OrrKon, Slay jh
Columhls, June 1
('oIuiiiIiIh, Juno 13
Htule, Juno 17
Orexmi, June SI
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