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Musical Instruments. Kodaki And Cameras,
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NELSON AND SCHLEY.
Schley disobeyed orders So dlil
N ;.. who i- the"eroof Hrlilsh na
If school children win turn to Um
peg'- of th recoril of hrllllant achieve'
niftith of Kin'laud'- RMB of Ml war,
MS) will rend u story something Ilka
in April, iK"i one hundred aars
, V.mihiiii Horatio Nelson, ill,
bni.i Knglisli admiral luunht ami
MB I:,, battle of Copenhagen, deiat-tin-
Napoleon .- plun lor th. Invasio i of
Knglaml. ami preventing the perm
Boa; .ill. ration of ihe map of Kurope.
Nilson w.i nn, lor the command of
sum, .ulterior officer, (blstOT) i'ii-h
Jj rSMOMhar who !i, was. i During
In. light, the till. Mini-i! await'st the
British Beat, .mil ignominious retTMl
- apparently tli, only .ilternative
That unknown supeilor comiuamiiuK
tfmiral signalled Velson's and I
etker ahlM withdraw, leaving the
(i a- : t!i. n.-M, ,,, ol Mo- allied
fori e: ot Denmark ami France Mai
tor, had OM td iin i eye When ,,n, ,,i
Ml ! n ealled his attention to the
(art that retreating signal aTOM OS
ing loWB I nun the masthead of the
flagship ol the fleet, Nelson took In
sen KtauM and placed It at hi . blind
eye saving in reply! "1 don't sea . ny
such signals." lie ordered his men to
"Give them hell, bullies," or word , to
thai sjMBt, and that was just what
V laoa did. with the result that the
hum. oi Copenhagei. was changed
from disgraceful did at to glorious
Ti'tory lor the Hrltisli ships and Na
poii-oi, was frustrated in his plans of
aaMNMPti and history was written
unit, difli u ntly trom what the gteat
French emperor pluuued
U wil not be good logic (or the youth
to draw from this the conclusion that
flaobertlanra of orders is the mark of
a pjBod Milillc: indeed, obedlem foi
rhlld . alio, or oldler is a cardinal
urtin lint, also it is true thai sonic
timer, when the exigencies of the sit
uation allot the conditions comman
ders an justified in doliiK not what
their superiors commamlcil This was
what SSchley did. lie refused to obey
the onli is sent b the board of etrat
K who were closeted in Washington
JSio uiileH iiuiii the MMVI of action.
My so refusing in- gaiutd a great vie
tory. and added luster to the fame of
no Am i i, an seaman on our men of
& McComos Co.,
H ANNA'S GREAT FIGHT
'i'lio light against Mark llaniui is on.
and all of the powers of the admini-
t ration are to be turned to the eons pal
Miry retlfOMent 0( tip' Ohio sen itoi
Iriiin the leadi i ship Ol the i pnliluan
party. Pvt.. is appari'iit Ironi a t if
bvarMi up. r Ho iNirt) niuiKU' mem
r ,i pa, preaMenti nad tbli
Is the view a h) tin ldlli ai I
Washington It will wot k for tremen
doas efcmcM '" atace noHtl it I ma
Stales mai hiues ,, the prevailing
pauy hp ajarajra uendeal on tho di8'
1 1 1 1 , ut Ion of tii.' federal patronag, . M
cepting. In a degree. Iii states in
whicii the official pinna of the com
Btoowealth alone are oi InnorLance,
Bat, even in Ibeni, tin fedenJ patron
age is a thina the machine nttal have
lo hold Ita loll.iw era.
The smashing ol the Manna nut
, Una, ami that la pertain to occur an
leM Booaerelt'a own machine be
amaahed, win cut off the heads or
BJUM) I'"''! who supposed they ha I a
"Cinch" on tin i initio! of the local
organ! ation . it is claimed that
atoi Pairbanka, ol Indiana, is the first
oi the bg men to be rnaa, polled to
placi' his head upon the block, am!
that the appointment of Pajme ol
Wisconsin, vicc-cliairnian of the re
pubMoan M' I to be paetenantoi pm
ernl. is Ih, on,, big fact portending
the ip. v. i, if antMKaama things.
It is of doubtful wisdom lor Hoose
. it in Ian,,, tin a cabiaet poaltljn n
man M repiMi utative of the practl
. al In politics. Tills Ih not lo nay that
,,,.ii,i liati naiiii d a dreamer, an
tmpraetical. But, to place in his oah
ini't one who i iionyni lor iiard
. led politic-,, is something that
rather dlssnpoluth the Mettda Ol tin
p pea Ml eat
Kowevei I'aync Dtay, perhaps, be
iM 'dell now gOVeiBJOl Of New Vork
Udell wu tile veiy iin ai nation of
I'biitism In (hi Kmpire state His
1 '' on io i .o ertiorship was gat
Sided as the triumph ol tip- gl itter
n politics. Hut. once he iv us fairly
SCStod ai Albany, he announced thai
M JOBS woilln be pcrmHted and he
pi raided noni He turned his knowl
edge ot poll tlCa to the good of the
peoph Here a chance lor Pajrsc
lo ,n, ihe same and in so doing, per
form aoadan In rKUgg Washlhgtoa
: on,, oi it.- i oul, oi pelf seekers.
1 hare w
ami par si
. iractt rlatic thai m pan
b temlnUte multitudes
leaaiag toward experlm satins
this trait. which, apparently, is
horn 111 every girl bab. is the strange
compelling emotion whl'.-h compels
women to taste everything when
cleaning oul tin paato Hum paaav
ages of powders, you know, or Jars or
boxes, Whoa the contents may bi al
most anyUiiug. sliver polish, appllca
tlous for felons or an ant-kllliug pn
pa ration, "Havi you hoard ot that
tine (ace cream. It is made of lard
and stgjg uud epsom salts and a lit
tle mercury, I think. Oh. Its just
tine says Miss Silly to Miss Sillier;
Then both experiment.
It takes each one four weeks to get
a new luce hut she has followed the
strange Insisting notion ihat is part
of hei 111:1 1- hi She has wanted to
Laoa lomothlai and aba has found it
POM cosmetics protect one's com-
p lion give tl nn lies.-: build tissues,
knap the skill clean and help supply
the oily nutriment that soap ami water
and plain , very day diit are constant
ly taking away. Hut, though awful
ai: ! discouraging may be the state
m ni. all cosmetics are not pure. It
Is a alas woman who Is careful what
sin- pins on her fat as ho is careful
what she puts in her stomach. The
foolish lady is careful about neither,
inking bar chances of getting "liulys
pepela" or a Hayed alive complexion
With nn equal amount Of placid uncoil
cent. Perhaps She thinks lh 'ant
die Inn DRNi tnyhOWi anil nilKht as
well have a lot Ol fnn while she Is
hern, c, Mainly. She will not die from
lark of experiments, ftlthoilfh thorn's
u good chance that she win die rYon
the "'ff"' tl of them,
Cheep cnii1 creams are made from
lard or white vaseline Moth of IkMe
an haii tO&lcs'of tin BUM) and most
active merit.-. QOOd facial creams are
usnnl made with I basis of oil of
"' eel alt'ionds. mitiires very spp-nnni
est rnmiilexlon tonic and builder. In
facl COld cream evolved from the iie
Of olive oil Clear oil Is disagreeable
to apply, permaci ti ami white wn
weie added to the oil as hardening
agents Aft. r that It was dis. km
I hat a little water in some torni 01
other rOMUrater, orange Rowef water
or ihe lite would make fluffier
cream and one that looked more en
tlclng to the feminine eyes and that
would appeal to that Intarestins, arti
cle ol wearing gppgrali the feminine
pocketbook. Thus, cold cream was
given to a waiting, anxious world
Sine, almond oil is decidedly more
expensive than some other kinds
known to the druggist, he doe.; n ll ,il
wav build Iii"-- creann . osmetics wif'i
It. The buyer, timid lady, think
she is getting something very nice
in cause It Is all "smelly with rose "
The perfume wont make you beaut I
fill. Not a bit. Hut the almond oil
will, and the other good things thai
are put In pan applications for my
lady's snowy brow (That sounds
nice, tint It Isn't true Mj ladv's brow
is not always Snowy.) Kecord Herald
FOR N INST THE CANAL
The rrasiesi scheme that an) ureal
nation over had is that of bulldtni tin
ii is supreme folly, it Is Idoo) it
Wh.i should we buiiii a quartet
lion dollar canal for the bsnOfll
British and European commei
Wboae ships would chief!) us,
Why should we change Hod's law b
cutting continent in two parts''
win should we pay n quarter of a
billion dollars for the privilege of
livbllng the Oriental commerce nith
England and Ihi nations nf But '
Wh) shoul l w abdicate the auprem
ary in the world's commerce guarnn
i-1 ,t b the gbaonce of n ennui across
it is folly to pa' moni v for thai
which would do ns -ii inlury.
li la Many to Mb leave to eon
struct a canal which can only bring
ruin to our people.
ii is suicide to yeld the monopol)
of Asia th commi ri" 1 sivett us bj ns
tare am! by nature's Rod, it la tul
ride for n. to ahear aura Ives ol any
H proteotion plvan hy nature for
a great pnrpoae
Pillions to defeat the canal. Not n
cent for Its construction Them
should bo our watchwords Astorls
Bias ami 'golden battorfl)
To the quMtlon, what in
"I am only." yon reply,
"Two trembling colors
gal ai. ion SJ ho sourest
Thioiigli the clear ah
Thrtlllaglji vaai god - reply
"I am on I) sunt; ami wins
Tiny How 11, sweat and shy
To the qMr) . whin gre rout
l ow ram fragraai lips rapl)
"Nothing oal) inn gad dan "
What is man? Tin swin reply
follows lioldl.i "I am stroug,
I can . rush the biitterlty.
Slop the Might and silence song:
I 1 an break the tender lowei
I can bruise and I can sla..
I have universal power
I have all enthrai lug away '
What is OoOlt
'ih rough th
Sc. nn in th,. butterfly.
Hear HM in the skylark
"Meet tile ill the blossom's
Breathe me in th,- tola) i
Only hi mine image man
la mj powei doubted 1
That trail lite that ha bath stilled
H his strength uuheoilttiiii
To create required the skiiieii
Hand he pierced on Calvary. '
Jennie BottS Hartswlck
.'.k ilio lunit-. iiir.. i lis.,,,, i,i, ,.
s nor Uilirr of (t tiiiiu SUAe, lbs iiiint
IImcIivm akin purifying wi, at m il t pineal
Slid awwUHit fur toilei. I.a.li. an I nurwri.
Iry, aui.int Irwly wnhi i 1 imu i iii.iii,,.u
the giset skin ouie sud purs.1 oi riuoili.ais!
WMroUlgluvM during nighi f r bin hand.'
ll' , l.iirimr p.lllie an , i , i,, i,
en i , mi- fir Hiyn.
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uliaul th ,il I 1'iirinli
11,. la ... If i..u.
Hie thoughts that I hH
Ami pondered orer long.
Yon sing the words that I have
In hunihlpr. simpler song.
Ami ret i feel my OjTM arc wet
In that rottr SOttl ami mine Wf
W hat matters that lo yours Is given
A beauty not In mine;
My thought to greater height and
I lath grown in words of I him
though! ll no less sweet or good
I ttered or only understood.
Alice Hamilton Rich.
The following extract from tin Bpo
tane Chronli i" tolls how cheaply some
n regard their wives "A good wife
i- about the same as a mod horse
ami sin saves the exp use ol a hired
girl " On Ihe strength of tin- SMOI
Hon claimed to have been mini" b
William Huff, a farmer, and with othei
sorrowful tales Of mistreatment. Mrs.
Jennie Huff was granted i divorce in
In irresolution stretching It
of Halt. :i
, I 'Att mb-ue. I
Ivuiiiv, it new
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MtSMi of Ne lsi H i '
mm BtlSe .Iimi'V i lost
i,-ii.y.. ih- Microii' re
1 ,,r till M'.ii;, ,'i" .iv'..
! nil' ol'i liukr. .'..lll.llllt' HI
5 tic a, al- i IfSI
I he Place to Bm
Is wliern vc.n ngU g' i
quick snoVehagp prlci
iiitiL'!".", U ; I'!
luy. pApBr, Tar
paper, Li mi' :tmJ
Boraen Doon A:
A' Iltiors, Terra
Pendkton Planing Mill and
R. FORSTER, - Proprietor.
Liktt Christina, bnuw
Is the color ol ,1,,. ,,, , ljl(ls
SUA thai are , ion,-up ai u,,. D,,,,,,..,.
Laundry ggttta t laus know , u i-.hI
llliug wliei, . Mv ii, anil tip- laultlc.
hoauty of the linen laundaiad ben- win
Ogaile Ills admiration a, r j.
mail who luvea lodlMS well and havs
Uisllueu ierlei't in color ami Hiii-.ii
J. k. Rnh In son, Pmb
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$3.5(1 to SI Dc,v
Ordur of us aud money
Ordem for Hubber Sum ,
1 VS. OREGON! AN Pl'H.Cd
Old Jas. E. Pepper
Old Henry Clay
Have hor n tin Standard since
Etipt'cially adapted for fan',
ily and medicinal purposes
BvtT) bOttla guaranteed.
ID. BUST HO KN, Prop.
705 Main St.
Well l.ightiMl anil Hteuin Ileal,,!
Best 25 cent Meals real estate
In the City.
I PEN 1 V l and NIGHT
(H s LAVONTAIN, Prop.
!'. nre ivUal i'
(Very Sunt ul i nrrlsgs ispalr
, , m kind srell, u . le lbs
kgood ,i.iik en bi' iloui'
el). Wlivn ion It v anv
ok I,- ,lo. ni'Uil II here, ll
Hf AOLE BROS
W hat you buy
11, .Slock 01
SAND & BRICK.
rucking & Transferring.
I M Oalj I'laoe Ma can get
A Lunch in Pendkton
Imported Swiss and
Linbgffjaji ciieese ...
Stuut Forter, Schlitz
THR MAZEPPA4.821 Main
Farmers Custom Mill
Fred Walters, Pregrletor.
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