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LmE ONLY PERFECT
For the Scientific Application of Heat and Strain
In Curing asd Preventing: Dlseae. : : : : :
Indorsed by 3o,ooo PHY51C1AN3
BROCK & McCOMAS CO.
SATURDAY. APRIL 11. 1903.
(There are oome manners and
ffjstoms that belong to human
fature, and will always be
fmnd everywhere. It Is said of
lis or that custom that it is
Ireek, Roman, or barbarous;
E)r my part, I say that It is hn-
Eian, and that men contrive and
ivent it wherever the need for
SRTER HARRISON'S VICTORY.
irter Harrison has been elected
L'or or Chicago for the fourth
His victory this time, even
ie pronounced than at any previ-
election, is a victory for munlci-
owncrship of certain public enter-
imay be a barren victory, as tho
pois legislature has constantly re
ShI to grant the requisite power to
iclty of Chicago to issue the nec-
97 bonds and to take other steps
SSike over the management of the
jious enterprises desired.
Ihis in the face of the fact that a
Ijrcndum vote of the people, which
without any effect excepting to
jw how the people feel on the sub-
carried by an overwhelming ma-
jy some two years ago.
Ltlie fact that Mayor Harrison
tads for municipal ownership and
Rms to be powerless to secure it.
i1 brought about a singular state of
fftlrs especially in the street car
hvlce of the city.
Certain of the franchises of the
feet car companies expire within a
months and for the past two
tars the companies have refused to
ike anv improvements or to add
jtheird facilities, upon the ground
with Harrison as mayor, backed
i public opinion in favor of raunicl-
ownershlp, the franchises would
7ot this reason the service has be
ne entirely inadequate. Just what
outcome will be is hard to deter-
Harrison will not extend the
Jtnchises and it looks as though the
would be forced to operate the
!. A matter of such vast financial
Apportions will sooner or later get
to the courts.
Municipal ownership is Chicago's
Tiding question. If it is to be adopt-
Jlt Is to be honed that it will be
J' 1.,, -....
me wunt; jib ineuun uic 111 iiu...--.
;Let Oregon schools teach and de-
tatid more independent thought and
lf reliance. It is bad policy and or
'tile benefit to education that our
fbung men and women are made over
ram second-hand thought and nof
Fabued with an ambition to be origi
nal In all they say and do. This is
fot .the basis upon which real genius
.(founded and the world never hears
ich or the second-hand man or wo-
1$ This thing of young men being
foisted onto the people as winner
t oratorical contests upon borrowed
aurels of others is a disparagement
f education in Oregon that will keep
' t.i ff Sib standard uown to mere niemov
; i'if.-ity.; Let us have an awakening
'Hofe'Sii? Ul!s ,lue' Tnerc ma' ,,e not
-' -M, ,', ;$ltbat Jact we need not develop Into
km .. ..
;hSI tne uunungion neraiu uue nui
jljbelleve In mincing words very much.
''fwtrain regard to the portage road; "After
caeiem ureguu hub wurneu jui j
..... ...... .
for an ojien Columbia River and has J
at .last succeeded in having the legis-,
ilature. appropriate money for a port-
jjge railway, a few disgruntled people
iiaKer uiiy. wuo are kuuwu iu
and OVER 600,000 Happy Users
boodlers. are endeavoring to defeat
the meritorious measures by having
petitions circulated to invoke the
referendum. It would be interesting
1 to know how much railroad money
these grafters are getting."
The new law concerning divorces
will make it more difficult to obtaii.
divorces In California than formerly.
Heretofore "extreme cruelty." which
wns cause sufficient for granting a di
vorce. Included "mental anguish.'
The new law defines extreme cruelty
as "grievous bodily injury of hus
band and wife by the other." In tho
debate on the passage of the bill As
semblynian Plsk said that California
with 1,400,000 population, hns S.3S5
divorces. The only state with more
is New York, with 7,2f.S.00 popula
tion and 9,727 divorces. So wonder
it Is charged with being the rottenest
state socially in the Union.
Those people who complain that
the negro does not get fair treatment
South, should read the statement of
the colored president of a Virginia
iegro college, made In a public ad
dress at Chicago recently, lis cer
tainly t&tu (juite sensibly: "The solu
tion "of "-.c negro problem lies with
the negro 'iirnself. It can be brought
about by his acquiring land, saving
money and educating his sons. There
Is nothing In the cry about social
equality. The negro does not want
it and does not expect it."
TWO EASTER SONNETS.
Nailed to the cross. In agony and
Reviled and cursed and spit npon.
The blood-stained sweat of anguish
Upon His brow. Christ suffered for
To gain for us forgiveness throngh
O'er all the scene fs darkness, those
Their dying Lord are silent. Nov the
Convulsive shudders and doth thus
Earth's grief and woe. The tragedy
The riven side gives forth.. is min
That we to grace might have an open
And pardon free, thro his atoning
Shall we reject the one by Heaven
Shall we recrnclfy our risen Lord?
The Christ Child.
Within her arms, close nestled to hei
The King of Heaven. God's earth-born
Bon. doth steep.
Unspoken prayers from Mary's hrarl
To God, the while close to her heart it
Her sleeping balie. "He with him,
Shame and reproach Ik? His. Thou
Lord can'st keep
Sin. death and sorrow from my child.
Within his heart the strength to meet
Of man's injustice, scorn and hate."
So now. O mothers! in your arms you
God's gift of love, a soul unstained
It comes from God. TIs yours to
shape and mould.
TIs yours to make or mar. God grant
That to this sacred trust you may
FRED LOCKLEY, JR.
CLUB WOMEN ASSAILED.
Elbert Hubbard, the head of the
Roycroft establishment, the author,
lecturer and critic, stated in last
Sunday's Inter-Ocean that the Chica
go "smart set" is composed of con
spicuous wasters" whose lives are do
voted to "vacuity and futility."
He declared that the work of mem
bers of women's clubs is "all a kind
of playing to the gallery gods" of their
own self-esteem," and that the "effort
of these women to engraft the "beau
tiful life' upon the poor is a nulsan?e
a bit or self-conceit gone to seed;"'
The charges made by "Fra Elber
tus" have created a furore, and many
champions of woman and her work
have come forward with answers to
his criticisms. Some of these replies
agree with Mr. Hubbard on some
points, but vigorously disagree with
him on others.
Mrs. Walter C. Nelson. In reply to
Mr. Hubbard's article, says: "Theie
Is a very trite saying which Mr.
Hubbard apparently has forgotten
people who live in glass houses should
not throw stones. He evidently lias al
so transmuted the admonition
'Judge not others, that ye be not
judged' into 'If ye be judged. Judge
others.' He Is not in a position .o
criticise the family and social life
of other persons. I have been to 1
East Aurora, X. Y., and have great 1
admiration for the Roycroft establish-'
ment and the work which Mr. Hub-1
bard has accomplished, hut there 's
nnother side to his life which Is en-;
tlrely opposite to admirable. !
The club woman Is the best home
woman on earth. She mnkes the best
wife, the best mother and the best ,
sister, her home is the best home
nnd her ideals are usually practical '
and at the same time womanly. Th y ,
woman's club Is nn outgrowth of tin
church socials and the juvenile so !
eties. With such a source, how can
it help being primarily good. The .
club makes the homes of its membs s 1
better nnd It also furnishes a pine
where women can meet and exchange
Tl, l .11,11 n.
Mr. Httbbard is appaientl tinawaie
between the society woman and the
club woman. The society woman Is
too fond of luxuries and pleasure to
find a place in an active woman s
club. The club woman has as severe
a task as a teacher In the public
schools. She must start as early
every day nnd attend to work ns rig
orously as the teacher or she will
fall to accomplish her purpose. Cbi
The stockholders of the Joseph La-
Due Gold Mining & Development
company Wednesday voted to disin
corporate In New Jersey and re-ln-
corporate In South Dakota. They will
therebv save about $4000 a year.
A jurv Wednesday at Warrensburg,
Mo., found Robert Miller guilty of
assisting Grant Woodward, a convict
ed jury briber, to escape and fixed
his punishment nt a fine of jr.nn and
a year's imprisonment. J
The Republic Iron & Steel company .
will start up its rolling mill nt Spring
field. III.. .May 1... The mills give'
employment to nlioilt S00 men. ,
Governor Yntes. of Illinois, urues
the state assembly to appropriate !
nO.POO to mark positions of Illinois
trnons at the sleep of Vickshun:.
The concluding sale in Xew York I
of the library of the late Peter Marie
brought Si.'.siT. making lor
the two days' sales. !
The individual who is the most
useful man In the world is the rnie 1
who knows where things are.
"It is iust a common cold." people i
sry, "there's no danger in that.r Ad-j
mitring their statement, then there are ( 4
uncommon colds, colds which are dan-'
rniK- .ft. tli III.' fi ...tl tlf-'.- llCC IW-..I..4 :
witn a com. It we coum ten me com-1
mon cold frunt the mtcouiuion we could I
feel quite safe. Bui we can't. The
ety is rarely rec
ognized until it
has iastened its
hold on the
lun!S. aud there
are symptoms of
chitis, " weak "
luns and other
diseases of the
organs of respir
ation. It in
creases the sup-
ily 01 pure, rien
lood and builds
up the emaciated
"1 took a aerer?
cold which Kttltd
in the urouchlat
lubes," writes Rev.
Prank Hay. of Nor
tonville. lefTeraon Co..
mcuicincs labeled burc Cure,1 almcst without
number. I wa& led to trv Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medical Ihicovery I took two bottles and
cured, and hare staved cured. When X thiukuf
the great pain 1 had to enduie. and the terrible
cough 1 bad, it seems almost a miracle that 1
was so soon relieeu. That iod may spare ou
many years aud abundantly bles ou is the
prayer of your Kralefiil frieud."
If vou ask vour dealer tor "Colden
Medical Discovery" because you have
confidence in its cures, do not allow
yourself to le switched off to a medi
cine claimed to be "just as good," but
which you did not ask for and of which
vou know nothing.
lit. 1'ierce's Pleasant relicts cure uu
liuess and sick headache.
cure dyspepsia and all disorders arls
lns from Indigestion. Endorsed by
physicians everywhere. Sold by all
druggists. No core, no pay. 25 cents.
Trial package free by writing to W.
H. Hooker & Co., Buffalo, N. T. -F.
W. Schmidt & Co.
afl .a9BfH 4
Kauas. Alter trvtne
To The re.rn.ua Medicine Co., of loluruuus, u.j
44 Pe-ru-na is All
t. -nm n,r,n v
KlUSTOSinuuu.J. lUWl,... v
Genllem-n Persuaded by a friend hare tried your remedy and I hare
I . ,Pl,e.r"'":"..uJ ..A . hnttl. I am tally ccmloced
, ' "i " '"" l"l
! """,rc" a", ""irjriJJlX..
hrnnuu lrevi.litlf nntt Cur for Cnt.I.
Mr. C. T. Oiven, Snix. X. 11- Vice
President of -The Pust-tlnie JWting
Club, " write:
" Whenever the cold wentlicrivt in 1
have for yearn ytml Ix-on very sure to
eatch a severe eitlil Miiieh was hard to
throw oIT, and which would leave after
effects on my constitution fius most of
" Lant winter T vrag advised to try
Peruna, and within five day the cold
was broken up and In llvo day more 1
-was a veil man. I reeom mended it to
several of my frlenda and all Fpeak the
highest praUe for lu There Is nothing
like Peruna for catarrhal afflictions.
It Is well nigh Infallible as a cure, and
1 gladly endorse lt."C. F. Olren.
A I'romluent Slncr Savmi l'rom U or
Mr. Julian WelRslitz,177Seneca-street
Buttalo, X. Y., is corresponding n-ert- full ststeinent of your ea-o and lie M ill i
Ury of The Kangerlust, of Xew York ; ' be pleased to give you his valuable ad
u the leading seeond ba.-i of the Sanger- vice gratis.
lust, the largest German singing soolety I Addrcs Dr. Ilartman, President of J
of 2Tew York and alo thu.uldt-w
See the Fisherman
And remember that 1 have a full line ol High
Grade Tackle. I bought all of my Tackle direct
from the factory and have the kind that will suit
every fisherman 1 have in stock fly hooks from
25c to Si. 50 per doz., leaders from 5c to '75c, fish
baskets, straps, bait boxes, leader boxes, reels,
from aoc to $5.50, jointed poles from Si to Sio,
nil kinds of artificial bait, spinner hooks, "Chubb's
pole varnish,'' mist colored gut and other fisher
man's supplies, too numerous to mention.
T. C. TAYLOR THE HARDWARE HAN
74 i Main Street
, alogoe of them. A fall supply always kept In stock.
T.iis ib the week to outlU
furnish you a complete outtlt
We will receive thU week a xuipmeut of
new tr.nuued tints for ladies and luitv-ea. cjee
tliem before ImyuiK v.mruew upringhat Plow
em of all kimU, too, we have ol hand, uud Hllkit
and ehitlon" for trimming.
SILKS AND SILK WAISTS
Beautiful Wash Bllkp, more (hall 20 dlll'er-
We will have many specials on sale Saturday, too numerous to mention in this
space. Call at the store and see them.
You Claim For It."
,"r7JiVmnmend vour medicine
IulSSK) The Sangerlnst celebrated Its
fiftieth unnlversary with a largo cele-
bration In Xcw York City. The follow-
"About two years ago I caught a
seTere cold while traveling and which
settled into catarrh "of the bronchial
tubes, and so affected my voice that I
was obliged to caueel my engagements,
In distress I was advised to try Peruna,
and althonghl had never used a patent
medicine liofore, 1 t-cnt for a bottle.
"Words but Illy descrile my surprise
to find that within a few days I was
1 was entirely recovered. 1 am never 1
without it now, and take an occasional ,
doso when I feel run down." Julian I
If you do not derive prompt and atU-
factory results from the use of Peruna,
write at onee to Dr. Ilartmau, giving a1
Xhu Ilartman Sanitarium, Columbus,0
Show Window, X
Write the East Ore
etraian for a free cat
for Eatter uui we have iiimle un eirort
for Easter wear.
ent patterns for mmnner waUU. Our speclai
price I r tins week, 4 yard wuUt patteruit for
ouiy $1.85. Jupauese Biltc fr triinmlng pur
pese, 10 innhe wide u ually sold eluewUere
for 35c yard, our price this week, L'8c yd. r iue
Hilk Waists, ne Htvifs, ail -nlora, line value
$3 IS. Fine Bilk 'VVaiM, all new styles, a"
colon, 43.75 aud $5.00. Bee our window display
of Silks and Bilk WaUtH.
We make a Specialty or Building Rouo4
We make them right and they
always give satisfaction. Our
work is never slighted or botched.
Pendleton Planing Mill
and Lumber Yard.
Roisert Fokstek, Prop.
Fine YeUow Newtown Apples,
only 90 cents a box.
Fresh Ranch Eggs, 15 cents a
We have the Famous and al
' . . . .
will convince yon of Its
1 T VuMl UU Xt QAM
1. AUmliljlll U. UlH
j ffjg gjv Store In a Small
Alta Street, Opposite Savings Bail
The genuine, the bicycle
which is the undisputed,
leader, is handled in Pen
dleton only by us. Come
in and see the Racycle.
i Engine, Boiler and Machinerj
Of all kinds is our specialty,
'Extra Parts Furnished forallKWs
of Harvesting Machinery.
709 East Alta Street.
. . r. 2
5c Howe's Old :"
1 1 get every tuiug
needed to pj"