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TUESDAY, JULY 7, 1903.
DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON
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nt I'emlloton, Oregon, by tlie
EAST OREGONIAN PUBLISHING
Phone, Mnln 11.
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The Kast Oresonlan Is on sale nt It. II.
Bleb's News Si niuls at Hotel l'ortland ami
Hotel l'erklns, l'ortland, Oregon.
Member Scrlpi's-Meltae News Associa
tion. San 1'rnnclsco llureau, 408 Fourth St.
Chicago llureau, 1)00 Security llulldlng.
Washington, 1). C llureau, 001 14th St.,
Entered at Pendleton postoltlce as second
It Is written, "In the sweat of
thy brow," lint It was never
written, "In the breaking of thy
heart," "shnlt tboti eat bread."
I lind that much of the
misery of the world conies from
the dark view which people tako
of their work. I believe the very
fact of their being unhappy Is
In Itself a violation of some law
and a sign that somo folly
marks their course of life. In
order to be happy In your work,
three things are needed: Yon
must be fit for your work; yon
must not do too much of It; and
you must have a sense of suc
cess In It. John Ituskln.
Two weeks of warm, balmy sum
shine is now wanted in Umatilla
county to ripen the crops.
It Harrimnn spends $10,000,000 In
the next five years building roads In
Central Oregon, he will have laid
foundations for greater future profits
than he has In any previous venture.
Indiana resents a wrong to ono of
licr daughters with the same mad
dened frenzy which the negro's crime
arouses In Alabama. North and
South respond alike to the same hu
Tho Panama Canal Is not yet assur
ed. It seems. The Colombian con
cress is not In business for its health
and has learned some of the Yankee
tricks of working a good thing while
It lasts. We are paying the bill.
About fifty people wore sacrificed
on the Fourth of July to the Ameri
can desire for noise. Cannon, giant
firecrackers and bombs are out of the
list of snorts nnd should be more
rigidly prohibited. The desire for j
powder smoke, pandemonium and
deafening noise would be callPd ovl
deuces of barbarism in tho Fiji
Islands. Here it is patriotism.
Pendlotou Is the distributing point
for labor as she Is for supplies for
the wheat and stock belt of tho
Inland Empire. If a mnn wants
work, ho comes to Pendloton and
finds what he is looking for in somo
of the great industries centering here.
Every Idle man In tho Interior coun
try Is now headed toward Pendleton,
to work in tho Umatilla county har
vests. Circuit Attorney Folk, of Missouri,
who has been prosecuting legislative
boodlers, hns brought to light facts
to- sliow that $300,200 was demanded
by members of the legislature for
passing certain hills mentioned, and
that at least $220,800 was paid. How
much more was paid tuny yet be dis
covered. In addition ft has been de
veloped that insurance companies
have paid $200,000 In 15 years to de
feat legislation that thoy did not
Over 60,000 claims havo been filed
for pensions on account of Injuries
sustained in our little war with Spain.
It Is expected that by tho ond of tho
year the number of applicants for
pensions will equal ouo-half tho num
ber of men ongnged in tho war. Many
of tho applicants did not go out of the
United States. Only a small propor
tion of tho soldiers wcro wounded,
but many suffered from dlsenso.
Ovor 12,000 pension claims havo al
ready been allowed, and more than
18,000 havo boon rojected, leaving
about 30,000 to bo adjusted, and this
11 11 in her Is rapidly increasing,
l.eo XIII, whoso life is now draw
ing to a close, has .lived during the
n 'human his-
tory. Horn in 1810, ho lacks but a
fow years of reaching tho contury
mnrk. The most marvelous achieve
ments of man's history have boon
crowded like goms Into the period of
liis reign. Ho has witnessed the
numerical and financial strength of
his church grow beyond his own
fondest dreams. It is safe to say that
the Catholic church may bo searched
over in vain today, to find n man to
succeed him, who combines the
splendid qualities of n ruler in the
same degree that they are possessed
by l.eo. He stands so far above any
of his cardinals from n montnl stand
point, that thoy appenr to bo pigmies
Mnrk Hnnua will fight, as never
lmfore, to maintain bis prestige In
Ohio this year. As ho feels the solid
ground or poptilnr support, slipping
from under him, ho becomes desper
ate. No matter how fiercely ho strug
gles, the energy is wasted. Sooner or
latin- the people will bo freed from
the monopolistic bondage which he
represents and tho rights and privil
eges now nrrognted to the fow, will
be distributed as thoy should be,
among the many. Hanna represents
a principle and a prnctlco In Ohio
which cannot long survive, when the
people once become weary of the bur
den. Ho does not represent true re
publican principles. His nrrognnt
creed finds no place in any party
The Oregonian lots slip the follow
ing private sentiment in regnrd to the
advancement of Central Oregon. If
I'ortlnnd is not the first and greatest
beneficiary in every prospective move
for the betterment of Oregon, she
enters but half-heartedly into the
work: "The traffic of Central Oregon
is too insignificant and Its prospects
are too slim to justify nu extension (
or the Columbia soutnern a tew miles i
to thu southward. Hut that traffic and
those prospects are sufficient to jus- j
tlfy a new road In from Ontario or
some such point on tho Oregon Short
Line. Such, it seoms, is tho Harri
mnn pholisophy. It is not reassur
ing, either for Portland's connection
with the Central Oregon or for the
enlistment of Mr. Harrlman's Intorest
in Portland's progress generally."
The trust papers are jumping on
tho Initiative nnd referendum, as if
thoy thought It were down. They
are hoping to see it knocked out.
They are bringing every pressure to
bear to secure a decision against it
in the supremo court. Tho people of,
Oregon voted for this amendment five J
to one. If that is not an Indorsement
of It, what does tho trust wish? This
law promises to hold tho rampant
politicians in check; It promises to
submit their fallacious nnd unjust
laws to tho supreme will of the peo
ple, hence they desire its destruction.
The people of Oregon do not want to
be Btripped of their rights again. The
supremo court of Oregon will hardly
have tho nervo to agree with tho pol
iticians of Portland, seeking to re
gain lost powers. This amendment
was not passed In a moment. It was
discussed by the people of Oregon
from ovory point of view, for yenrs,
and the people want It or they would
not have voted for It. It Is tho peo
ple's brake on tho legislature and
thoy will insist on having it In jped
order, when needed for the public
Several Southern newspapers havo
quoted with approval n recent edi
torial In tho World In which tho
opinion was expressed that tho negro
problem could not lie permanently
settled by lynchings, mid would havo
to bo finally solved by tho general
education of the black race. A spe
cial correspondent of tho Chicago
Trlbuno, writing from Sunflower coun
ty, Miss., remarks that in mat one
county alone of tho great cotton
state the negroes outnumber the
whites three to one, and In tho coun
try districts ten to one, and that not
one per cent of tho rural blacks havo
had a common-school education.
Tho census tables of 1900 snow
that 3S8,ii0r of Alabama's negroes 10
years old and upward are returned ns
Illiterate, almost ono-hnlf of its entire
black population. Of Delaware's 30,
000 negro population nearly 9,000 aro
Illiterates fleorgo Whlto was no
doubt ono of thorn. Georgia has a
total negro population of rather more
than 1,000,000, nnd 379,000 of them,
more than 40 per cont, aro Illiterates.
Tho two Carolines contain together
nbout 492,00 Illiterate negroes out of
a total black population of nbout 1,-
400,000. Mississippi, with n total of
907,000 colored Inhabitants, counts
313,000 of thorn ovor 10 years of ago
nnd entirely unschooled.
So long as one-third to ono-hnlf
of the negroes In tho South are born
noranco they must
bo a danger to the whito race. Ig
norance Is tho parent of crime, espe
cially of brutal crime. Tho school
Iioiibo must rnlso tho black man up
or tho black man will drag tho whlto
mini down In the scale of civiliza
tion. New York World.
A REAL TRIUMPH. '
It is told of n well-known English
actress that her first stop toward
fame was by way of n dilomma that
would have plunged a weaker charac
ter Into the deepest valley of hussil'.
ntlon. While she was playing n small
part, a serious and mortifying acci
dent happened to hor costume,
through the treachery of somo hook
or pin. The house began to shout
with laughter, "booing" nfter tho
Jovial English fashion.
Tho girl simply turned and looked
the audience straight in tho face, a
stern, grave look that seemed to meet
overy eye there. In less than two
minutes utter silence had swept over
the house to the highest gallery; she
held thorn by sheer force of her per
sonality as ono might cower dogs
with a whip, till overy atom of ridi
cule hnd been sunk In respect nnd
they wore ready to beat their haudB
lame In her honor. Hnd hor look once
fhltcrcd, she would havo lost; but she
had tho strength to wrest victory out
of defeat. .Marian West In Every
Lord Goschcn, the aged stntesmnn
who came out of his retirement to
join In tne parllnmontnry debate on
the Clinmborlaln tariff proposition
last week, made tho speecn of tho oc
casion so far as clearness, force nnd
earnestness go. He Is not eloquent
in tho ordinary menning of tho form,
liis strength lying In his able marshal
ing of facts and in tho cogency of Ills
Quite often results in bud health, because
what is termed "good living" is usually
the gratification of the palate without
reference to the nutrition of the body.
When the good liver is n business man
and rises from n
full tneal to plunge
at once into work
effort the result is
almost sure to be
upon the same
which are em
ployed in thought.
In time the stom
ach becomes dis
eased, the pro
cesses of digestion
nnd nutrition are
formed nnd there
is a physical
diseases of the
1 1 A41.A
i S.II1IIKLU11 .11111 UL11C1
orRnns of digestion and nutrition. It
eliminates the effete poisonous matter
which originates in the system as a con
sequence of imperfect digestion. It gives
sound health to the whole body.
"I wish to ray to the world that Dr. l'ierce'n
Golden Medical Discovery hai proved a (Treat
blessing to me " writes Mrs. Ellen K. Uacon, ot
Shnteiburv, Franklin Co., JIass. "Prior to
September. 1S97 I had doctored for my stomach
trouble ur cvtr.ii vcar. gon through a cuure
ot treatment without any real benefit. Ill
September. ita6. I had very sick pells and grew
worse: could eat but little. 1 commenced in
September. 1S07. to take Dr. Fierce'! medicine,
and in a short time I could eat ami nork. I
hivcgaintd twenty pounds in tan months.'
PuKC. Dr. Pierce' Common Sense
Medical Adviser is sent free on receipt
of stamps to pay expense of mailing outy.
Send ai one-cent stamps for the book in
paper covers, or 31 stamps for the cloth
bound volume. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce,
Buffalo, N Y
You won't have to come to town on
a rail If you buy ono of our Winona
Wagons. Thoy have steel clay hubs
and outer bearing blocks, making
them run one-third easier than othor
makes of buggies. Hacks, Carriages
Carts, Phaton from $40. Got your
tires on our hydraulic mnchlno, wo
will not mark yuur wheels.
Wo have the Stover Gasoline Engine,
$ Conrad Platzoeder f
All kinds of Fresh
Meats always on
hand. Fine Bacon,
Hams and Sausage.
X Prices as low as the lowest
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The Oregon Daily Journal can be
found on sale at Frazler's book store.
To tho first 0110 handing us
tho nearest correct solution
of tho two following rouusos,
wo will gtvo $25.00 worth of
furnlturo or othor goods ot
your cholco from our Immense
stock; $15.00 worth to tho
second, nnd $10.00 worth to
Tho question is, how mnn
dlfforont ways can tho word
"Furnlturo," and how many
tho uoid rtudor" bo spoiled
in tho following squares by
spelling to tho right, or down
ward, or any combination of
down nnd right, or right and
down, but nlwnys using con
tiguous letters but no two
times, using exactly tho
same numerical letters, yot
all spoil tho words "Jtader'
and "Furnlturo" correctly.
'For illustration, tho word
"Under" may bo spelled by
nsinir letters numborcd 1. 2,
11. 12, 21, or 13,
3 etc. Tlio
im'inlnd In sealed,
$50.00 Given Away
I 2 3 4 5 0 7 8 9 10
II i 12 , 13 14 15 10 17 IS 19 -U
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31 32 33 34 35 30 37 38 39 40
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01 02 03 01 05 00 07 08 09 70
71 72 73 74 75 70 77 78 79 SO
' 81 82 83 84 85 80 87 SS 89 90
"91 92 93 94 95 90 97 , 98 99
I The Grand Trunk Gold Mine
Siinipter, Oregon, Gold Mining District.
Is located upon the GREAT MOTHER
LODE system of veins and has for neigh
bors on th tt vein such well known
mines as the NORTH POLE valued at
$10,000,000. 'I he COLUMBIA valued at
$5,000,000. GOLCONDA valued at $3,
000,000. THE MONMOTH G. M. CO'S
BELLE KAKER mine valued at $5oo,
000. THE BALD MOUNTAIN valued at
S5oo,ooo. THE IBEX valued at $400,
000, and many others.
I The Grand Trunk Gold
Owns its Property Consisting of 160
It lias no indebtedness of any character.
It has a conservative mining and business management.
It is offering 50,000 shares of stock at 15c per share.
It will become a dividend payer in a short time.
It will pay you to write us for full particulars and to make
cartful investigation of its merits.
It lias the indorsement of mining men, business men and
bankers of Eastern Oregon.
Write us today and let us post you.
H. S. McCallum & Company,
Miners, Brokorsand Flnanolal Agents,
BAKER CITY, OREGON.
Or R. S. BRYS0N, Local Agent, Pendleton, Oregon.
Our Weekly Mining Letters on Sumpter, Oregon, Gold Mining
District Free on Application.
There is no end to the dainty oconomical summer dishes one
may have with the help of a good refrigerator, and how a good
refrigarator does work for you it saves you money every day
in its use. Everyone has perfect dry air circulation. Coldness
alone will not preserve food, We have them in several sizes
including the size you are looking for.
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solution 10 of
tho nuinbor ot combinations
that can bo mndo ot each
word, with no name attached,
In order that tho committee
awarding tho prizes will not
know who is in the contest.
Hut If requested, each winner
must be nhle to write, numer
ically, each ot the various
ays tho number of times rj.rnnm ,iu.oiun
i-lm.. nln m Ti ntlnf - Irtnti. i . .
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ify nil solutions wo simply ,. , ....
umber each envelope con-1 ('rt .'l1 "j?." "
talning an nnswor and keep '' a mwn, u
memorandum of each. No i . 7 '
one will bo allowed more -'oom Hoarding house
than one answer. Prizes cunuauy iocatea-?
awarded July 25, 1903. There u-room dwelling with tr
Is no sure thing that tho first sine zi.250.
anlitttnna Ti'ltl lio nniTnpt Qn 1 A - l-t .
It you decide you want to I $105 to $150 each.
change your solution after 1, ()t .. n, . ...
linmllng it in you can do so street jsnft nthwta
ny placing your seconu in me j eaci,
numerical ordor we receive , '
klin latter. Nn nno nonnncted ,
kvith tho establishment
10 nllowed to contest.
M. A, RADER p. D. BOYD.
Main and Webb Streets
Mining and Milling Go.
Acres of Rich Qold Bearing Veins
Wo have the Be!
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acre to 160.
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x cuiuuiuu neat jstati
"'" ty for sale. All sold 01
I Come anil buy.
To fliiil Just what 1011
right price, see
The suewsstul MS
his business ana
Alnnv a monarch ci
say the .same.
the ileasant thought
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