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BROCK &, McCOMAS CO.
SATURDAY, JANUARY 10, 1902
Oregon, settled by mission
aries, whose very lives wore
wrapped up in education, has al
ways been a school center from
the first; back lu the '50s the
Oregon colleges had many Cali
fornia students. The early
schools of this state, which can
be Judged by their fruits, were
not inferior to the best, for had
not the cream of thinkers flock
ed here? We had all the virtues
and none of the follies of the
great centers. Joaquin Stiller.
are studying and acting upon the
most vital Issues that confront the
people. The Improvement of laws,
towns, public highways, homes,
streets and Institutions Is being con
stantly made by these earnest work
ers. They are In closer touch with
the community than any other good
agency. They are the fireside coun
cillors of the stnte and nation and
their judgments seldom ever go
As a business Institution, Oregon is
I eminently successful. She has $2,
I 500,000 of school fuuds loaned upon
I real estate security, with Interest
I paid up to date on most all of the
I 2000 loSns. She has in cash on hand
I belonging to the school fund $750,000,
. and there Is due the school fund on
land sales 51,000,000, making a total
irreducible school fund at the begin
ning of the year of over $4,000,000.
The legislative committee ol the i,,e nl8 ' ver
State Federation of Women's Clubs rtsPe. and no loss on any of them
lr anticipated. The per cent Inter
est rate mnkea the burden light on the
, borrower and pays the state a hand
tn the home life of the state. Thev
are the result of studied efforts to' u Is d yet disgusting
correct evils that retard the finer de-'t0 a certnin extent- t0 foUo' tue de"
Telopment of social and public life. talls of the testimony before the roal
They were thought out and nrenar- 8mKe commission, ine operators
ed by the mothers of the state, who are usIn ever' trace ot damaging ev-
feel the need of future safe-guards ,acnce lne can raKe u lrom ever
for the weak: who recocnlze the evil F0Urce lo ma,ie a noint against the
oo r ii. f iQiDitt union miners. Sickening details of
v. a v. 1. 1, vj a. a lurv vsi. ii.iiiiuiiuu u jj ku
ininnr iipfntte nr nt. rnv.rnmi.nt I tbe strike haire been brought nut
' The absence of law and the en- whIch show the bitter passions that
thrnnmpn nf rtwtnm l n., nf thn 1 smouldered in the breasts of both
evils In all pioneer communities.' stdes durhlsr tUo e'
tpn womo nno,,tnm,i tn ' ress in the mines. It is one of the
lowing a method or a custom that 1 neatest events in the Industrial his-
tins nrpvnllprl fnr voars .! nl tory Of tllO COlintry and Will teach
the evil of this custom as applied to
bt the meanest possessions mf life
when the spectre of death hovyr
Mrs, Nation has at last done one
sensible thing to offset her innumera
ble follies. She has founded a home
for drunkard's wives, those poor crea
tures whose sufferings nre oRcn un
bearable. Let the people forget Mrs.
Nation's foolish deeds in the light
of this superb philanthropy.
No uinttcr how good an official a
man may be; how well he may satis
fy the people, or how thoroughly com
petent to perform his duties in the
game of politics, he must be cut down
in the height of his usefulness to sat
isfy the whim of the gamekeepor.
President Roosevelt wants no Apos
tle In the United States senate. Al
most every other occupation In the
category has been represented there,
why not try one saint?
Since the beginning of the recent
laud frauds in the West, nil measures
touching upon this subject must be
considered guilty until proven innocent.
The denth of R. J. Rogers, of La
Grande, removes another one of the
sturdiest pioneers or Eastern Oregon.
The list is narrowing down.
THE UNEVEN OCEAN BED.
Special Clearance Sale
For a short time we will make some very low prices on
all seasonable goods. Our prices are always ao to 25 per cent
below our competitors, but for a short time we will even outdo
ourselves and make prices heretofore unknown on ( high-class
Men's and Boys' Salts and Overcoats reduced
to Eastern Wholesale Cost.
Ladies' and Misses' Coats and Jackets 25 per cent off reg-
"lar Ladies Wool and Silk Waists, spicial reduction accord
ine to quality. Good flannel waists, 85c.
Ladies' and Misses' Outing Flannel Gowns, 10 per cent oil
STAPLES SALE ON FRIDAY AND
Calico, regular 5c grades, to yards to one person, 3c yd.
Bleached muslin, 5c grade, 10 yards to one person, 3c yd.
LL muslin, any amount, worth 5c special, 5c yd.
Outing flannel, 7c grade, 5c yd; 10c and nc grades, 9c yd.
Cotton toweling, to yds to one person, 3c yd.
Ladies' 10c hose, 3 prs 25c
Children's 10c hose, 3 prs 25c
The Place to Save Money
V Ol H MB ISl ,
I On everything j a
A during the month of J,
j Dress ma kin
i "e make specif
making dresses ni
- , u
o'i'iions, trom n v
B sown to the most -.
uanv dresses, v .
1 1 1 1 1 r m I
"ion material or we
save you money if ,.
It of us.
2 VA CkH n
. 645 Main Street
has nrepared six specific measures,
which will be presented to the twen
ty-second legislative assembly.
These six measures all lie close
a wholesome and unwholesome
the surroundings. Is analyzed and,
brought to their attention directly, . ,
w- fnii. . 1 , . I The invention of a mach ne for
the follow on and on In the easy'., . . , ,
patb ' 1 Mowing and preparing glassf kills an-
Th fw nf fw Ictuer ereat Industry which has turn-
Tides that a female attendant accom
pany all women patients to the insane
The commonest laws of decency
and good taste imperatively demand
this. There should not be one voice
The second provides for the care
and education of' defective children
The state does not search out the
weak-minded as closely as it shouU'..
Glnss-lilowing has been a
In a direct line on the surface of.
tlie ocean the distance between San
Francisco and Honolulu is 2403 miles;
but 2600 miles of cable were required
to cover It.
Tlio fttfTmauno la duo In ilia ntuhlll
rnd down-dale clmracter of the ocean
l.nttnm n.nl-tni, I, "n7 mllaa Inntrai I it I
land to Hawaii than by water, so to i Have Your Water Pipes Examined and Repaired at Once
tituK. 1 ne ucpius encuunierea nvu.
been variable and nt boiiip points'
very great. !
The deepest point was 18,000 feet,!
and It Is directly from this great depth j
that the island Oliau rises. West-j
nuiu iruui uit iidwuuau gruuii even
greater depths will be encountered,
the island of Guam rising from a
depth of 29,500 feet.
Through these dark recesses of the
ocean's bottom It Is hoped to estab
lish communication from Manila,
Philippine Islands, by July i, 1903.
Prom. Honolulu the cable Is now to be
extended to Midway Island; Trom
Midway to Guam, and from Guam to
Manila, then with branches lo other
parts of the Orient. Pacific Homestead.
Delay will lead to serious breaks.
First-class work guaranteed by
BECK, the Reliable Pltimber.
Court street, opposite the Golden Rule Hotel
FOUR LEAFED CLOVER.
I know a place where the sun Is like
And the. cherry blooms burst with
And down underneath Is the loveliest
Where the four-leafed clovers grow!
One leaf ic for hope and one Is for
And one Is for love, you know
And God put another one in for' luck;
11 you search, you will find where
But you must have hope, and vou
must have faith I
Ton must love and be strong and 1
Despain & Clark
.profitable employment, but It has senli( vo work ,( you wnU you wi
J thousands ot strong men to early
1 graves.. The igreat hand crafts are
. being driven from the labor market. ,
cue by one. In Umatilla county one1
, simple derrick fork replaces ten
. workmen, and the steam shovel oper-1
Where the four-leafed clovers grow! '
ELLA HIGGINSON ;
Will pay cash for-poultry. The
Market price always. Bring it in
every day and all day. Chickens,
Geese, Ducks and Turkeys.
Office in Savings Bank Building
Come, Get Oar Quotations
By the Fire Insurance Com
panies we represent. Our
companies stand first in the
Hartford Fire luRurance Co.$12,25fl,0"6
Alliance Assurance Co .... 29,039,003
Lonuon & JLancastilre Fire
Insurance Co 2.544,G88
North Brltiau k Mercantile
Royal Insurance Co 22,897,153
FRANK B. CLOPTON
800 MAIN STREET
(ated by three men. will load a
I with gravel quicker than 100
with shovels could do tht taslrT Thc-
ci.uu.ren mat lvlmm nre )lot nloue nt thp llmvraii
might have been cured of Infirmities ' f '
ic tneir eany stages, are allowed tu
Incurable lunatics or in- The true Inwardness of the desire,
a j of the government of Colombia to
The third measure niukc-s it necee'-' break T canal negotiations with thr
sary for the wife to sign with the'Un"c'(l States is now made plain
husband as security, where the com-j Germany had jingled $40.o(io.0ou in
mon property of both may be taken ',er ear f01' a eanal concession. No
to liquidate a debt. (wonder she was reticent in accepting
How many homes have been swept the propositions" of this government.
away by the security debt misfortune? What is needed In that region is some
What happiness might have resulted!"' the old American policy that made
to the families that are now destl- tne foreign powers tremble in their
tute. If husband and wife had talked ' shoes when they thought of treading
over the possibilities of the wrong' American toes. We are losing ground
step, before It was taken. ' 'n South America. The people will
The fourth measure of the list pro-,(i6e u w,l,!n too late.
vldes foi an amendment to thellbra-
r$ law. striking, out the one and a half
mill limitation, leaving the amount of
the levy optional, as the very small
amount of funds roised by this rate
Six months of Idleness in-the great
coal regions of the United States
caused the country to suffer the actu-
ial pangs of a coal famine. This touch
That old copybook maxim finds 111
most forceful application in the waste of
vitality, which is-called "burning the
candle at both ends." A woman is
often tempted beyond her strength by
uomcsuc or social ueinaiuls. boine ua)
YerlDgton, Key , Oct. a) 1902
Mr C A l'etrlu, Helena, Mont
Dear Hir: I hre nearly Mnfibed
tin- former bottle and am practically
well My case was one mot pbyl
clani would hare pronounced In
culable My appetite 1 xood, have
trained It) poundi 1b weight and feel
like a new leae of Ills wa glrea
me. One of the bottles I tend for
tbli time li for a friend and the
other for myielf, ai I do not Intend
to he without II,
T B IUrtM,
she awakens from this waste of strength
to the woeful want of it. She has be
come weak, nervous and miserable.
to the woeful want of it. She has
I have a larger and better
list of Farms, Stock Ranches
and Oity Property to sell
, than ever before. Also a big
lot of land in the coming
wheat s'ction of EaBtern
1 , .'
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Always ornament tne
countenances of out
patrons. Our Laun
dry Work is the acme
of perfection. We
give it that genteel
finish so greatly ad
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Clang! Clang! Hear the
Ilk) AV kttl.kl WM in a j ....
Mir . nnrrnoP and
rna irintr r r m ui 3i
nn tr 11c wp nur in iw
materials wun a auu
. : 1. n nn mK
liiie :is iij rjLUtuav. -
Dkurcr EiBiniuc .ms"
agonu ior mem
t.oi hardship should drive congress to
throw such safeguards around the
great necessities of national life that
1 the selfishness or private Interests
of a half dozen men could not. In
.future, bring this condition to pass.
For weak, nervous, run-down women.
there is uo better tome and nervine than
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. It
restores the appetite, quiets the nerves
aud gives refreshing sleep. It cures
local uiseases peculiarly womanly which
undermine the general health. It makes
weak women strong, sick women well.
"No doubt you have forfrotteu me, but after
jou read tnr Ittler you w ll reniembr me,'
writes Mr. AuuieE .Moriug, of JjSjth Arenue.
S. V Roanoke. Va. Iu the year 1S97. 1 wrote
to you for advice, whkh you gave ue free of
charge. When I wrote to you I was a wreck ; I
could not walk itralght for paiui in my abdo
men ; could not sit down, lie down, or get any
eate at alL I had what was called the best doc
tor here, but did not get any better until t went
makes the law nrohlliltlvp In smnll
The fifth provides for an appropri
ation for the Lewis and Chirk fair and '
the sixth for an appropriation for tho
St. Louis fair.
The legislature can jlo no better Alf rod Beit, tho richest man on' lg,BCSu,70.fjwrm,diln, ,It?olceIi:h.t
. ,,i.- , . ...... 1 bottles each of 'Favorite Prescription and
man to place those measures upon earth, reputed to be worth one billion' Golden Medical Discovery.' and len boltlgi of
Oregon-e ttatute booh They need dollnre, is lying at tlu, point of death ; a'of me'-U ' a.jfcin,
nc- elaborate dofen&o. The Justice of nt Ills Jiorno, In .South Africa. He Weak ami sick women are invited to
them U apparent at a glanee. 'would perhaps give tho last dollar 0f i consult Df- 1,ie.ree, by letter, f,(e. All
The women's dubs of this state are his fortune' for 'health and vigor! Sttv'r&TWv
Browing stronger year by year. They again. Afler all, wealth forms one Dr. Pierce's Peileu cure biliousnek '
Wc Don't Keep Everything
But we do keep a good big
stock of nice dry Flooriug,
Celling, JluHtlc and Finish,
. In all grades Also all kinds
of Dimension Lumber, in
cluding Lath and Shingles.
Our stock of Doors, Win
tiowa, Moulding, Building
and Tar Paper and Apple
Boxfsls complete, and any
one In need of Lumber will
not be wrong In placing
their order with the ;
Gray's Harbor Com. Co.
Opp. V: & C. R. Depot
GOOD SOUND WOOD
Is always received when you
place your order with us.
Fir, Tamarack and
Why .buy poor coal when you
can get tne juest tor the. same.
Telephone Main Si
car loan 01 ruu.
stock supplies at
127 ana vj n"
cameti. on ibel'. TSJZ.Zit
ulnit nurpoaea. -Bti