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TUESDAY, JANUARY 13, 1903.
Oregon's first statehouse, the
old-Methodist mission granary at
Oregon City, had a roof of cedar
baik. ami sides of split timber,
suitable for fence rails. On a
platform of puncheons, sat the
president. The secretary kept
his records on a bench of rough
boards. These were the surround
ings of Oregon's iu fruit govern
ment. Eva Emery Dye.
WHICH IS THE CRIMINAL.
ttons to Umatilla county, especially,
and (o Oregon In general.
Mrs. Weatherred occupies a position
iu this state which gives her an op
portunity to know Its exact needs.
She urges the Citizens of Umatilla
county and Eastern Oregon to hurry
up their contributions to the perma
nent exhlblc of the Harrlman imtnigra
tion bureau. The east Is clamoring
i or a glimpse nt the resources of this
i country. The demand for Information
ion the state of Oregon, stimulated by
I the Lords and Clark fair project is
I The citizens of this county should
make a special effort to place the
'choicest selections fiom out products
on exhibit with the Harrlman people.
This great bureau of Information Is
doing a wonderful work for Oregon.
jit is a work that will benefit the state.
It is n class of advertising that
Four deaths In Chicago in one day
from the scarcity of fuel.
Temperature six below, no coal in,reaches the subst!,ntial element In the
the bin; the bitter frost stealing intoeastern corcmUnltIe3, and brings men
the tenement houses through walls lwh mpnnB tn tMs. rn!ia,
portant points with the rose-colored
views of the high-salaried members
of the so-called civil government, in
stead of tho general acceptance of
American sovereignty by tho tllipinos
and rony yielding to the establishment
or our systems, there is tho prospect
ot a century of resistance to subju
gation on tho part of the Christians
As for the Mohammedans, they will
never submit; we must pay them
tribute "pensions," Oonernl Chaffee
calls it forever,
It ts probably not to bad as this.
Tho power of the United States is
great enough to crush out the patri
otic sentiment of the Filipinos in less
than 100 years. Hut the cost will be
tremendous. General Chaffee speaks
trom the military point of view and ho
bases his opinion on existing condi
tions. Doubtless, with such an effort
and such a sacrifice as tho American
people put forth to save tho union 3G
years ago. we may be able to subju
gate the Filipinos. Hut is it worth
the cost? And is it not an Infamous
thing to do, anyway? Boston Post.
tbat wero built for rent, not warmth.
The queen city of tho "West, who
has boasted of her commercial supre
macy, staggering under the grasp of
the coal baron.
The rich and poor alike suffering
from cold, unable to buy fuel, unable
to Hvo without It none on the mar-
"lcet, yet In the suburbs of Chicago
the grand Jury knows there are 10,000
to 15,000 car loads of coal, hidden
away In the great side tracks, owned
-by the railroad and coal barons, who
are holding the supply for higher
This coal was "spirited" out of Chi
cago by night, when the fuel famine
first forced the authorities to investi
gate Uie scarcity of coal.
The companies swore one afternoon
tlat no coa! supply existed; that there
was none to be obtained; at that mo
ment, the sworn testimony of citizens
and detectives proves that there were
1000 cars of coal standing on different
yards in Chicago.
Seeing the "disgrace" of a charge
for perjury staring them in the face,
the coal companies ordered this sup
ply moved out of the city during the
night, so when court convened next
morning, they could snap their fingers
in the peoples' face.
Coal has been accumulating in these
side tracks day by day, until there are
now between 10.000 and 16,000 cars
yet children are dying In Chicago,
for the want of a little Are to dispel
the freezing blasts of winter.
Do you remember how these heart
less wretches who are now sending
human beings to the grave In their
craze to get $25 per ton for coal that
normally .sells for $4, said last sum-
Hurry up the wool and wheat ex
hibits. Umatilla county as the ban
ner wheat county of Oregon, should
have tho finest exhibit" of that entire
collection. As a leading wool district
tie exhibits of this industty should
be equal to the magnitude and e.xcel
ltnee of tho wool output.
is. T. Harris, speaker of tho house
iu the Oregon legislature, Is a progres
sive young republican, nnd his selee
tion is a victory for the reform fac
tion of his party. It was a nice trib
ute to his ability.
The selection of Drownell as presi
dent of the state senate means that
the Southern Pacific, as usual, will
appoint the senate railroad committee.
Before the turf is placed over the
remains of Congressman Tongue, the
busy bees of politics are buzzing
around his vacant seat.
The absence of Harry Murphy in
Oregon journalistic circles, will bo
keenly felt during the legislative ses
My pa he always went to school,
Ho-says, an' studied hard,
W'y when bo's Just as old as mo
Ho know things by tho yard,!
lUithmetic? He know it all,
From dlvident to sum,
But when he tells me how It was
My grandma, sho says "Hum!"
Sly pa he always got the prize
For nover beln' late;
An' when they studied Joggorfy
uo Knew about ov ry state.
Ho says he knew the rivers an'
Know all their outs an Ins,
But when he tells, me all of that
My grandma she jusj grins.
My pa he never missed a day
A-goin' to the school,
n never played no hooky, nor
Forgot the teacher's rule;
in" bv'ry class he's ever In
Tho rest ho always led.
My grandma, when pa talks that way,
Just laughs an' shakes her head.
My grandma says 'at boys is boys.
The same as pas Is pas.
An' when I ast her what she means
She says It la "because."
She says 'at little boys is best
"When they grows up to men
Because they knew how good they
And tell their children then.
Special Clearance Sale
For a short time wc will make some very low prices on
all seasonable goods. Our prices are always 20 to aj per cent
below our competitors, but for a short time wc will even outdo
ourselves and make prices heretofore unknown on high-class
Men's and Boys' Suits and Overcoats t educed
to Eastern Wholesale Cost.
Ladies and Misses' Coats and Jackets 25 per cent off rog-
ular price. . .
Ladies' Wool and Silk Waists, special reduction accord
ing to quality. Good Hannul waists, 85c.
Ladies' and Misses' Outing Flannel Gowns, 10 per cent off
STAPLES SALE ON FRIDAY AND
Calico, regular 5c grades, 10 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 grad e, 5c yd; 10c and 11c grades, gc yd.
Cotton toweling, 10 yds to one person, 3c yd.
Ladies' 10c hose, 3 prs 25c.
Children's 10c hose, 3 prs 25c
The Place to Save Money
Have Your Water Pipes Examined and Repaired at Once
Delay will lead to serious breaks.
First-class work guaranteed by
BECK, the Reliable Plumber.
Court street, opposite the Golden Rule Hotel
The Full Line of Monopole
"FOOLS RUSH IN."
POSSIBILITIES OF PHILIPPINES.
It is only a question of time before
j nearly all tho business in the Philip
pines win ee conironea by Americans.
As It is, business there is already be
coming Americanized. Mr. Oeorgo
Sellner, tho publisher of the Manila
Times, the most prominent Kngllsh
dally In tho city, passed thiough Chi
cago a few weeks ago and gavo out
some very interesting data on the
enormous possibilities for trade in the
Philippines of which the Americans
seem as yet, to be ignorant. .Mr. Sell
ner said that ot Manila's 200.000 pop
ulation, over 90,000 read tho English
rtn nucc TMi a n 1 I Kni-.nm I n r
mer that the striking coal miners cWlteeS aid It will not to
One fool sailed westward till he found
One found new worlds within the
raiiid of man;
The cynics called Columbus charla
And burned Oiordano Bruno! . . .
The heavens like a scroll, that man
Our now free art and thought and
But that poor outcast crazy fool, Rousseau?
There is ono toast the future ages
Standing! To those who dare, rush
in, and die!
Those who dery nil rights and break
Who fight impossible battles and who
True thoughts of whom with ono
accord wo cry,
"The fools, the fools, the fools!"
Ood bless tho fools!
Curtis Hidden Page.
And there are none better put up
anywhere, are handled by us.
No matter what you desire in
canned goods come to us and get
Monopole Brand and then go
home and be satisfied for you al
ways get satisfaction in this brand.
Low Sellers of Groceries
By the Fire Insurance Com
panies we represent. Our
companies stand first in the
Hartford Fire Insurance Uo.12,2r9,070
Alliance Assurance Co .... 20,030,9(53
London & Lancashire Kire
Insurance Co 2,544.083
North British & Mercantile
iioyai insurance jo Z2,b07,loa
FRANK B. CLOPTON
SOO MAIN STREET
were all criminals and should be treat
ed as such?
Do you blame the man who was a
slave to these taskmasters for trying
to get wages that would clothe and
educate his children?
long under the present rapid changes,
before an additional market, reaching
from four to six million people will he
added to American commerce. In tho
remarkably short time the Manila
Time3 has been published it is carry
ing a largo volume of American adver-
Do you think a striker who nleads tls'lnS, and it Is expected before Mr.
for simnle Justice is a criminal? I Sel ner. ret"rns. .,0 Ma.nlIa he w" car ! weight
" ' . , , " ry nacK wim 111m a largo number of When there is gain
If you do, then how shall we desig- additional American advertising con- in flesh the wasting
nate the unutterable crime of these tracts. Exchange disease Is being
masters of the struggling coal miners , smeiy cureu
Of consumption" is a remark often made
of a fleshy man. The remark expresses
the popular recognition of the fact that
the sign of consumption is emaciation,
loss 01 nesu. Uu
the other baud, a
gain ill flesh is a
sure sign mat wast
ing diseases are be
ple with obstinate
and weakness, have
cured by the use of
Dr. Pierce's Golden
The several steps
of the cure were re
corded in ounces
and pounds of in-
CENTURY OF SUBJUGATION.
and executioners of the children
the helpless public? Major-CJeneral Adna It. Chaffee, for
Which is the criminal? (some tlmo past military comander In
There stands the grimy miner in his tho Philippines, comes home to tell
hove,. His children growing up in lt
ignorance; no hope but Incessant . the Philippines, and that our grand
drudgery. ! children's children will bo lucky if
In his cogy offlco sits the president tney 8ee 11 done In their day.
of the coal road, awaiting the day T 1 , ,. ,, I ,
' , ;,, In order to hold down the Christian
when suffering among tho people will Filipinos In Luzon, he says Manila
bring him seven prices for his coal, must bo garrisoned with an army aid
, as for the Impossible Mohammedans
FOR OREGON'S BENEFIT. of Mindanao and Sulu, they can be
kept quiet only by large pensions, In
The Interview with Mrs, Edyth To- the form of tribute from a weaker
zler Weatherred. published In yester- raton. to Ihe tribal chiefs or sultans,
day's Bast Oregonlan. contain some T,8 oplnlon of,,'e mlItary fom.
timely and highly important sugget- mander seems to conflict nt some Ira-1
Mr Will If Whitmire.
of Arkton, Rocking.
nam lo.. va. , wrue
Yerlngtou, Nev , Oct. 'JO MM
Mr. C. A. Perrlu, Helena, Mont
Dear Sir : I have nearly flultbed
the former bottle anil am practically
well. My case waa oiie mol pliy.
clana would bare pronouncrO In
cuiable. Mjrappetlte ii Rood, have
Rained 10 pouuda In weight and feel
like a new leana of life waa Riven
me, One of the bottlea I rend for
this time Is for a friend and the
other for mynelf, as I do not Intend
to be without It.
T I) Hmitia.
I have a larger and bettor
list of Farms, Stock Handles
and Uity Property to sell
than ever before. Also a bie
101 01 i aim in the coming
wheat s.ction of Eastern
iau w., v. , trine 'UUt IVU WUUiiCtCU
deep cold about th? first of July, and had a
Icrnble cough We called a doctor and be pro
nounced It irritation of the bronchial tubea, with
aithinatic trouble, and be informed me that my
on on liable to die at any time He told me
that if we could keep the bronchial tubea open,
be might cure him; .but after treating him aevcral
wtcka and my aou growing worse all the time,
1 conclude to try Dr Pierce't Golden Medical
OUcovery and ' Heaaant Pelleta." I had aeen
aevcral almoat infraculoua curea brought about
by the uk of thce mcdlduea, and of course I
had wonderful faith in them. He used three
bottlca of'Oold.u Medical Discovery 'at home
and one vial of .the FellaU,' and was then well
enough to go to West Virginia, taking a aupply
with him. I am Jut in receipt of a fitter from
him from which I quote ' am wetland hardy
andgtttinr wry flesh r ' "
The Common Sense Medical Adviser,
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stamps to pay expense of mailing only.
Send 31 one-cnt tUinps for the cloth
bound volume or only 31 stamps for the
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V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
We Don't Keep Everything
l But we do keep a good big
stock of nice dry Flooring,
Celling, Rustic and Finish,
In all grade. Also all klnda
of Dimension LiiiiiUr, in
cluding Lath and Shingles. -Our
stock of Doors, Win
low, Moulding, Building
and Tar Paper aud Apple
Boxes U complete, and any
oue hi need of Lumber will
not be wrong In placing
their order with the : :
Gray's Harbor Com. Co.
Opp. Wt & C. R. Depot
Is always received when you
place your order with us.
Fir, Tamarack and
Why buy poor coal when you
can get the best for the same
Telephone Main 5t
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J Rainy Day
Olangl Clangl Hear the A
As it beats out in rythmic talel
our success in carriage and wal
repairing. Felloe or spoke,
or spring, seat or sides it's!
one to us. We put in the besl
materials with a know how dl
paint or varnish, and make M
vehicle spick and span every
Uut as to expense, that's modi
Btorer aaaollne enffinea are the heiL
ngema ror mem
Smiles of Satisfaction
Always ornament the
countenances of our
patrons Our Laun
dry Work is theatEe
of perfection. Wt
give it (hat genteel
finish so greaty ad
THE DOMEffi I
Court and Thompsou Strea
lust received another
car load of Poultry and
stock supplies at the
127 and 12ft East Alia Street
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