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Just arrived from the East, a larf;e and
complete stock, including Burning Out
fits complete. Pieces for burning.stamped
and unstamped, Nut Bowls, Picture
Frames, Tobacco Jsrs, Taliourettes, Bread
Trays, Pipe Rav.ks, Steins, Etc. These
pieces are made from genuine bass wood
and are very fine.
BROCK & McCOMAS CO.
a .Massachusetts Adams to socialism
would havo been recanted as weird
and terrible. It would seem to Indi
cate that socialism is no longer re
r.arded as another name for anarchy,
and. that a man mar be a socialist
without suffering social ostracism.
PROMISES SOON FORGOTTEN.
SATUKDAY FEHIU'AUY 14 1903
Though the wide universe Is
full of good, no kernel of nour
ishing corn can come to man but
through his toil bestowed on that
plot of ground which is given to
him to till. The power which re
sides in him is now In nature,
and none but he knows what
that Is which ho can do, nor (
does he know until he has tried.
The people are under lasting obliga
tions to Owen, or Ilinghani, who stat
ed the reasons for the opposition of
the republican friends (? of labor.
This Intellectual prodigy, who stnted
that he voted for the amendment,
without knowing what It was explain
ed that he opposed the reduction of
the hours of lnbor because It would
cortespomlliigly Increase the hours of
dissipation, that less hours at work
by Idaho tollers meant more hours in
This, is lopublicau love for the work
ing man. and the high opinion which
republican legislator!, have of organ
ized labor. Tin' brutal frankness of
Owen, however reprehensible his
statements may be. is still preferable
to the hypocrisy of Jenkins. I'yke and
the Fremont .Moore and the dumb fol-
GODS OF WOOD AND GOLD.
An American manufacturing com
pany is now finishing some highly
executed wooden Images for Corea.
This enterprising company sent on
a few samples of Its idols to the CO'
rean government about a year ago.
These samples so pleased the rellg'
ious tastes of the Coreans. and filled
fo Ingeniously their ideal of a god
before whom it Is tit and proper to
bow In worship, that they ordered
several hundred deities with which to
decorate a splendid new temple now
The Coreans are pagans, in a lar
part and believe in worshipping im
Their child-like simplicity and Ig
norance causes them to bow before
painted xmerican toy, in the absence
of any higher Ideal. The Corean is
excusable for worshipping bis wood
en god. considering the fact that civ
ilization and Christian enlightenment
have not uplifted his nation from bar
barism. His belief Is 4,000 years old.
Hut what of the man at this end of
the line who is worshipping a god of
What of the manufacturer, located
In a Christian nation, surrounded with
the blessings of civilization and free
from the Intellectual thraldom of
caste and custom?
What of the American citizen who
so blindly worships an Image of gold
that he wilfully blasphemes the God
of his fathers, tears down the long,
salf-sacrificing task of years of Chris
tian training among the pagans of
Corea, and panders to superstitions
almost as black as his own creed, in
manufacturing a ship load of Idols for
Where should the missionary
money be spent? In the empire of
Corea. where wooden gods are wor
shipped, or in the republic of Ameri
ca, whore gold Is god?
For profit, this manufacturer is wil
ling to destroy ovory civilized
achievement. to the world.
For profit he would perpetuate idol
atry, paganism and crime.
For profit he would handicap every
good agency in Christendom, flaunt
his boastful commerce in
when we glance over the ill
records of the courts today, a
golden or even a tin wedding aunl- lower of these leadens
versary, seems like a halo on the News,
' brow of Time. Where the separation
of man and wife is accomplished with
' such ease, and the desolation of the
family altar is passed by as an ordi
nary bit of news, thirty-seven years
of happy wedded life is worthy of
more than passing notice.
When this old couple were wed, a
divorce was considered a most un
fortunate scandal in society. That
two people, joined in the presence of
God, and the union sealed with His
blessing, should be put asunder, was
shocking to the senses and demoraliz
ing to the community.
Today the divorce is seemed with
the same ease and business detail
that accompanies a horse trade. The!
marriage vows are put bv as If they I
were a wornout garment. Separation
is the back door escape from the con
jugal disagreement and grass widow
hood is an accomplishment that costs
but $25 and no tears.
Newspapers give columns to di
vorces and measure the lines for
wedding anniversaries. They tell of
the family jar in all Its morbid ac
companiment of vile accusation and
slander. The personal history of the
participants are held up for public
inspection. The head lines contain
volumes of suggestion. J
Hidden away In one corner, as If:
it were a subject for sorrow, is found I
the little wedding anniversary story,
lull of the glory of a third of a cen
tury of joy and contentment and sun-
hine. It has no glaring title over It.
It Is modestly and tamely worded. No
body hunts it up to gloat over it,
but it is the better story of the two.
for mankind and socletv.
Who is interested in knowing about
happiness in (his mercenary age?
What stimulant Is found in the pro
saic tale of two lives of purity, honor
Sensation Is the word.
The world feeds upon It. Mankind
profits by It.. Fortunes rest upon it.
Careers of phenomenal brilliancy
have it for their life blood.
Tell the morbid tales; they read
like romance. But the plain, lovable,!
l'nVnitd f:inifK Qt.iri' tlmt ...if,lu ,1... '
. ., , ,, ' I The uuu who started to run a race in
nation together, set it aside. It don't J chain, and letter would be visibly hand
belong to the creed that has self for! icapped. No one would expect him to
its basis and self for its goal.
Let the sunshine in.
HAPPY AMD HEALTHY,
1 Beautiful Canadian Girl Saved From
Catarrh of tho Lungs ly Pc-ru-na,
A NOBLE GENTLEMAN (?).
The nation owes a debt of grati
tude to John O. Rockefeller. Even
now tilts gieat philanthropist, after
lelioving the people of any doubt as
to where their Oil supply shall be ob
tained. Is endeavoring to lift from
their shoulders tlm burdensome cjresi
of government. He has telegraphed .
to United States senators, fnsttucting
them to vote against any legislation 1
controlling national benefactors. the
trusts, and would no doubt be willing j
to act In the place of an expensive i
.congress, executive and cabinet, at a '
small salary. Why not turn over the '
government to this noble gentleman?'
Weston Leader. ,
WESTON NORMAL. ,
The Oiogon legislature should not'
fall to make suitable appropriation ,
for the Weston Normal School. In ad-1
dltion to being the only state Instltu-
tion east of the Cascades, it has just
reached that stage wherein It appeals i
most strongly for support, and the
entire people of Eastern Oregon nat-1
urally expect a generous approprla-i
tlon with which to carry on the 1
school. The sum asked $$35.non i
$ tO.UdO for equipment and $25.UOO tor
rnniidur .vtiArtQO fa llrtla oriti i
when the "good the school accomplish 1 ,ho following
es is taken into consideration. Athe
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Mis Pluronco L. Kenali, 41 Maria street, Ottawa, Ont., writes:
"A few months ago I caught a severe cold, which settled on my
lungs and remained there so persistently that I became alarmed. I
too!: medicine without benefit, until my digestive organs became
upi, and my head and back began to ache severely and frequently.
' was advised to try Peruna, and although I had little faith I
felt so sick that I was ready to try anything. It brought me blessed
relief at once, and I felt that I had the right medicine at last. Within
three weeks J was completely restored and have enjoyed pcriect
now have the greatest faith in Peruna. " F. E. KENAH.
TTrOMEN should beware of contract-1 bought a bottle to try. I am pleased
lug catarrh. The cold wind and
rain, slush and mud of winter are espe
cially conducive to catarrhal derange
ments. Few women escaie.
Upon tho first symptoms of catching
cold Peruna should bo taken. It forti
fies tho system against colds and ca
tarrh. Tho following letter gives one young
woman's experience with l'oruna:
Miss Ho-e (ierblng Is u popular socluty
woman of Crown Point, lud., and sho
"Itecently I took a long drive In the
country, and being too thinly clad I
caught a bad cold which settled on my
lungs, and which I could not wm to
shako off. I had heard a rrn-at di-il of
thatl did, for it brought speedy relief.
It only took about two bottles, and I
considered this money well spout.
"You havo a firm friend In me, and I
not only oil vise its use to mr friends, but
havo imrchnsed several bottles to crivi, tn
those without tho means to buy, and
have noticed without exception that it
has brought about ft speedy euro whore-
ever It has been used." Miss Itoeo
If you do not dorlvo prompt and satis
factory results from tho use of Poruno,
write at ouco to Dr. Hurtmaii, giving a
full statement of yourcaso and ho will
bo plea-ed to give you his valaab'o ad
AduieMS Dr. Hartman, President of
catarrh ami 1 1 The Iiurtman lianltariuiu, ColuwLiuj, O,
,, . 1 tfuiuna lor colds and
The prospects for the year 1903 are
brighter than ever before known in 1
.Morrow county. The prospects for a
big wool clip and good prices are en-(
couraging. The good price for wheat
has encouraged the farmers to put'
forth extra effort for another big acre
age, and the building of the railroad
tiom Heppner tc the .Morrow county
coal fields, together with the develop
ment of the mines will make a good 1 T l c 1 n j . tt
year for everybody. Heppner Ga ! -Largest aale iiver Weld m Umatilla County, Commenc-
No Rough Edges on
uruidiiuv. lor we are rarctn
ironing collars, cuffs and
nanus 01 snirts. we will
pleased to call and get your
pie order and can assure vou
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Socialism Is gaining converts with
astonishing rapidity. Leading papers
all over the land are illseusslnsj the
subject. Many conservative tliiukers 1 property
argue that It Is the surest and most1
speedy way of arresting tho giant oc-,
1 topus of capitalization. Freewnteri
HA HESSGA PPED.
JOHN QUINCY ADAMS. SOCIALIST.
John Qulncy Adams, sixth president
1 T T., ( .1 C-1 . . 1 1 T 1 ,
t-ctetistlc o f the Adams family." Evi'i mined. Success
dently this independence has not died! demands above
out. The socialist party of Massachu-I all else a sound
setts has nominated John Qulncy I stomach.
j succeed. The man who runs the race of
( life when las
I digestive ami nu
I tntive organ i are
diseased is equally
I the one case his
strength is over-
Adams for lieutenant-governor.
John Qulncy Adams, the socialist is
a direct descendant of Henry Adams.
the face otilRo ancestor of Samuel Adams, John
reformatlon and cultivate the bruUl,t5i,m,s.?n, 'L01'" Ulnyy Adanis. the
Which of these pagans is most
LET THE SUNSHINE IN.
" " '"Auams, who Is a doctor and chairman
create a market for his hlasphemous or the board of health of Amesbury
(having been elected to that position
I by tho socialists, was formerly a re
publican, as his father was before
I him. Rut the Adams Independence
naa to crop out It seems, and In this
(case It has taken the form of social
Yesterday In Pendleton a little ram-
ily gathered around the altar and eel-1 Sir- Adams who Is highly esteemed
ebrated the 37th anniversary of the by hl,1 (e!low towns-men. says ho Is not
weddlni? dav ia PoII"cian. but that ho cannot help
weuumg uay, I seeing tho trend of affairs, and thinks
uruinarny me event, is most, unu- Jt 8 time to bring into active opera
aual. There are couples In this city tlon the principles of socialism.
who have enjoyed uninterruptedly, ' ,Tne ?aB0 of John Qulncy Adams, of
longer periods of wedded life- than f ic" 7 accentuate a
... , truth, which, though Important, has
i3, attracted little attention. That a
Thirty-seven years Is only a small scion of the Adams family is a social
mark In more than a generation. It is lst is today passed over as a matter
,joi amau importance one way or an
totlier, A few years ago tho conversion of
only half a lifetime
It Is only a gleam In the night of
ing at 9:30 o'clock a. m. sharp.
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20
The undersigned will offer lor sale at his nl-ce. six miles nnrtb
32 head good work horses, Fine young stallion, four
years old, 20 head of good young work mules, 20 sets
good work harness, fix waeons and trrain racks. 5 eumr
j plows, 5 feed wagons and racks, 1 barrel water tank and
wagon, l buggy, 2 drills, 2 iron harrows, 1 header and 4
boxes, 1 roller, 2 weed rakes, 2 weeu cutters, 1 disc, harrow,
1 right 'lap and seed attachment, 8 good milch cows ard
other young stock too numerous to mention.
Terms of Sale
All sums under $20 cash in hand. For all sums over
S20 a credit will be given until October lut, 1903, on ap
proved notes; note hearimr 8 nor cunt inlornst A Ai.
count of 2 per cent off for cash. Free Lunch will be served.
Our line of Stanhope and otner
llln nltil IllunClira TIP
the requirements of every toy
l i i .A ntoat irnv&
i'ilii tiiiii Hxiiiiiiiiri iiir; lilLtrat
i vti mi trtelll
nt wluit, vou we.
-v uri . liai'A flT
Will 1 T I11U1JU nflKU""
i i Thotf ha VP
unu are uniu-iiuit. r 7
ii ii hi in uaitu
blocks, Impossible to spring or
axles. Easiest ruuulng wagon ei
market. Our Syracuse plon- f
slickest thing in earlli.J
ucni r BROTHERS
SIOTer gaiollne f oglnti r the belt.
agenia lor mem.
diseases of the
stomach and other
organs of diges
tion and nutrition.
When this i3 done
food is perfectly
digested and as
similated ami the
body receives strength in the only way
in which strength can lie given by the
untntioii derived from digested and as
The praise I would like to give your ' Golden
Medical Dlacovery I cauriot ulter in words or
describe with pen." write James B. Ambrose,
Bsq.of m Mifflin Street Huntingdon, Pa.
"I was taken with what our physicians here
said was indigestion. I doctored with the best
around here and found no relief. I wrote to
you and you sent me a question blank to fill out,
and 1 did so. and you llien advised sue to use
Dr Pierce's Golden Medical Uiscovery. I took
three bottles and I felt &o good that I stopped,
beins: cured. I have no symptom of gastric
trouble or Indigestion now,"
Accept no substitute for "Golden Med
ical Discovery." There is nothing "just
Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical
Adviser, sent free on receipt of stamps
to cover e.peuse of mailing only.
Twenty -one one -cent stamps for the
book tn paper covers, or 31 stamps for
the cloth-bound volume. Address Dr.
U. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
Win, F, Yohnka, Auctioneer
G, W, Rigby
FRAZER OPERA HOUSE I
g BAKER & WELCH, Algrs, AURK MOORH0USE, Local Mgr.
MONDAY, FEB. 16
The greatest of all Minstrel Attractions
. MAGNIFICENT MINSTRELS J
I 40-COMEDY DISSEMINATORS 40 I
j TWO SPLENDID BANDS 1
Seats on Salo Friday at Frazter's Book Store. p
PRICES: 25o, 50o, 75o and $1.00.
Just received another
car load of Poultry and
stock supplies at the
127 and 12f Bust Alta Strwt
. .i,n ii Eastern
. . IT I
.! u naoci.
and tho people pprclta It
It by tneir imersi p