East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, July 14, 1904, DAILY EVENING EDITION, Page PAGE FOUR, Image 4

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    DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY, JULY 14, 1904.
PAGE FOUR.
AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER.
rsMUbed every afternoon (except Sunday)
at l'enilleton. Oregon, by tlie
EAST OREGONIAN PUBLISHING
COMPANY.
SUllSCItllTION KATES.
anllj. one year oy man $3.00
Solly, i-li months by mail 00
Sally, three months by mall I.'-'j
aeUy, one month by mall "0
'Bally, per month by carrier
Vtvtly, one year by mall 1.R0
Vtrklv, sir months by mail 73
Wnklv, four months by mtill 30
tsraMVeekly, one year by mall . . . 2.00
Sent-Weekly, six months by mall . . l.no
BmMVeekly, three months by mall . . .30
constantly around the Indian children
has a disheartening .effect on tholr
progress. All these combined agen
cies for had must he overbalanced by
the personality and Influence of the
I agent, superintendent and teacher
I and It Is a tedious, wearisome self
' sacrificing task, which the general
! public little appreciates and which
. the government tardily rewards.
our own Individual fortunes. Instead
of relying upon the hysterical or
swindling clairvoyants.
Suppose that you. the young man
reading this, should make up your
mind to be your own fortune teller.
You might go about It us follows:
The usual soothsayer with the itching
VACATION.
Time, hold up your grasping hands!
Stand and deliver your golden sands!
Pour me a fortnight out of your purse,
Mine for better, or mine for worse;
Fourteen glorious, golden noons,
Fourteen Bllvery, shining moons,
Mino to spond, or to. wnsto a way.
palm looks nt your line of life, your , Alt lf , woro Tinle myself nnd they
aitmber Scrlppsllcllae
XtML.
Nens Associa
te Hast Oregonian Is on sale at II. It.
Xktk's News Stands at Hotel l'ortlanil and
Bottl Perkins, Portland, Oregon.
San Francisco Ilureau, 408 Fourth St.
Chicago Ilureau, 000 Security UullillBR.
Washington, D. C. Ilureau, oOl 14th St.,
as. it.
Telephone, Main 11.
Hatered at I'endleton postoStce as second
class matter.
Coxey's .conception of a national
boulevard reaching directly across thu
continent from Washington City to
some Pacific Coast point, was an Ideal
of a dreamer, but It presents yet some
beautiful humanitarian features. Ills
lino of luck, your line of fate, etc.
nnd she reads your fortune according
to tho length, and strength, nnd gen
eral behavior of those lines.
But you can tell your own fortune
better than she can.
Don't look into the lines of your
hand; look Into your heart. Into your
mind. Into your ways of living.
It does not matter nt nil how long
a distance your rate line may run;
tlrst Idea In the construction of such j )lIt It ,,oeg ninn0r a great deal how
long you are able to suck nt a ining
that you have once uuuortnuen.
Far above the sad world, sob-
hing.
And the strife of clan with
clan.
r can hear the mighty throb
bing Of the heart of God In man.
And a voice chants through
tho chiming
Of the bells ond seems to
say:
We are climbing, we are
climbing.
An we circle on our way.
Ella Wheeler Wilcox.
a iiignwny was to turnisn a nnni
source of labor at reasonable wages
for the Idle labor of the country. Tills
gigantic task of builuiug a splendid
highway 100 feet wide, spanning
streams and scniiug mountains. In
a direct line across the continent, waB
to have been undertaken by the gov
ernment, and completed at leisure.
It was to be leveled and grnded for
teams, footpaths, bicycles and nil
kinds of conveyances except steam
or electric lines, nnd was Intended to
be the main artery of rural traffic
from which thousands of branch roads
of equal Importance would permeate
the country districts. It Is yet wor
thy of the idealist's dream. Peru,
.Mexico, Yucatan, all had their vast
concrete government roads leading
from city to city. The great United
States has only the rail lines owned
.by private corporations, which the
lmor are barred from using extensively.
Less than n mote of the shifting
snnds.
Time, hold up your dotard hands!
There's a break In the year a pause
Ab If Somebody forgot the laws
Of the Universe and was going to quit
And take u vacation. Himself, a bit.
The iluys ure days of the dog
And the Earth Blows down to n Jog,
Seems as If nobody caretl who won
The solBtlce sweepstnkes 'round the
sun,
"Ttu llwi ,l,,wi f Htn -nne f i.if nu'nv'
Don't believe the gentle witch who .. ......., ...,.,., ... wtirk.a.
. ,. . . . . Ill ..II I ......... r. n I w-'-o
1011S JOU Willi uu iil mil uunuitu
your line or fate Is broken.
But tell yourself that you will fall
because your line of effort Is so often
broken.
V
Never mind the life line or Its vag
aries. That line has nothing to do
with your life or death. Its shape
simply shows how you happened to
close your hand nnd form Its wrinkles
when you were an unborn baby.
Hut there are other lines that you ( which the human-grub Is compelled
can read, Inside of yourself, and these j t0 bear,
will toll you some trutns nooiu your; fill something within you seems to
a snort sprout
And lo, as you look
day.
I
I Come! for a wearisome term
Yon have nothing been but n worm.
.Make you a chrysalis out of the sky,
I Content for a time to rest to lie
Wrapped In the blue of the summer
I noon
j As the worm lies wrapped In the silk
cocoon,
' Forgetting, forgetting the crawling
! care
Oil has been struck near Salem It
is not announced which one of the 14
villages comprising Salem's 13,000
population will claim the honor of be
.iag In the oil belt.
In the strike of 45,000 of its em-.-ployee,
the beef trust feels something
nT the weight of the heavy, unfeeling
liaiid which the people have often felt
in the tyranny and oppression of the
trust.
The East Oregonian will send the
Portland Oregonian 44 cents for an
31-ftne edltorlnl advertisement run in
Ihe issue of July 13. While the rote
is high for the standing of the big
3irtland daily, the notice Is worth
3he money. There are not many
.mnntry skates of the size of the East
Oregonian that can get such space at
mbj price.
One step In the progress toward
abe building of the portage rond has
keen taken. The state has won its
axmtenttons with Taffe, of The Dalles,
urea- the right of way at the price or
Jetvtl by the board, $15,000. At this
.rate the road will he In operation in
about 15 years. The people in the
juHintime can raise wheat and wool
.wnd" be patient.
The Bryan-Hearst wing of the dom
Deratfc party, although defeated In
lbt convention, has shown the true
democratic spirit by accepting the
of the majority, a deed which
tike conservatives did not have the
democratic spirit to do, when the
Bryan wing triumphed and the Palm-ir-Iiuckner
people bolted and defeated
Tbelr own party at the polls.
and
The states of Washington and
Idaho are enforcing their laws ngalust
peddlers. Those states are throwing
proper safeguards around the perma
nent enterprises of their cities and
towns by making licenses so high
that non-resldonf, tion-taxpaylng con
cerns cannot invade the field to the
detriment of home Industry. Oregon
counties ar.e lacking in this protec
tion. This state is a fertile field for
peddlers, grafters and humbugs of all
kinds and the license question should
bo taken up by county courts and
home industries protected. Tho farm
ers themselves who wish to buy 'ns
cheaply as possible suffer even grent
er Injury from peddlers than the
home dealers. Goods sold nt low
prices by irresponsible, transient
peddlers are sure to be of an Inferior
grade and after the foreign peddler
recelv.es his money and disappear,
the Innocent victims of his frauds
have no recourse. In Grand Itonde
valley a few years ago a vehicle firm
of some obscure Eastern city import
ed several hundred hacks, light wag
ons and buggies and sold them
through peddlers at an astonishingly
low price. The vehicles sold readily
because of their perfect outward ap
pearance, hut they proved to be a
cheap, inferior, poorly constructed
grade, and consisted principally of
Hashing colors in paint and hidden tie
fects. This settled tho peddler ques
tion in Grand Konde. It was a cost
ly lesson, but It was sufficient. The
same rascality was practiced in other
lines there, and while It cost many
thousands of dolars to learn it, the
people have never forgotten It.
chances for a long life or
one.
If yon see In your past life a long
line of cocktails before breakfast or
after breakfasi. for that matter you
may predict for yourself a not very
long and not very useful life, and be
proud of your accuracy as a prophet
later on.
If you see in yourself other lines of
foolishness late hours, dissipation
It you find yourself sleepy when your
work begins, when you ought to be at
youi best you may safely predict for
yourself shortness of days nnd lack
or usefulness in them. Sunday Examiner.
out! Edmund
your wings nre
Yanee Cool;.
Ho who hns not rest nt home Is In
the world's hell.
Tho month la not sweetened by say.
Ing honey, honey.
If you have to gather thorns do It
by the stranger's hnnd.
With patlenc.o Bour grapes become
sweet and the mulberry leaf satin.
Ily the time the wise man gets mat- i
rled the fool lias grownup children.
He not so sever.o that you are
blamed for It nor bo contle thnt vnu I
nre trampled upon for It.
Give a swift horse to him who tolls
the truth, so that as soon as ho has
told It ho may ride and escape.
DEATHLESS DEATH.
Turkish Proverbs,
the well man every day
Is a
To
feast day.
Today's
row's hen
The master of
guest's servant.
Two watermelons can not be held
tinder one arm.
egg is hotter than toinor-
I
the house Is the .
At eve when the brief wintry day is
sped,
1 muse by my fire's faint-flicker-lug
glare
Conscious of wrinkling face nnd
whitening hair
Of those who, dying young, In
herited The Immortal youthfuluess of the
early dead.
I think of Raphael's grnnd-selg-
ueurlal air;
Of Shelly and Keats, with laurels
fresh and fair
Shining uuwlthorcd on each sa
cred head;
And soldier boys who snatched
death's starry prize,
With sweet life radlnnt in their
fearless eyes,
The dreams of love UKn their
beardless Hps,
Bartering dull age for Immortality;
Tholr memories hold In death's
unyielding fee
Tho youth that thrilled them to
tho finger-tips.
John Hay, in Juno Century,
tack the vital oT 01 l'B .,
tBBxl
acurcisnhrj&tl
, . ....tu
."cuimcniofthekj
takinirDr.Klw..!
RTcat kidney, lit"j"
It correct, Z&2&
comes thatunn1SI'S
compelled to goZI
It stands the bUJ
Hires of the most di 'l
oue-doilarsizeSS'e
utnple bottle .,f i i
coveryandalxoktuattta.
both sent free by uiaiL AS'
""tiiij; mention reading
offer in this per. Dotrt
mistake, hut rempml..i. "
ttoot, Dr Kilmer's SaBp.jl
address, llitighamton. tfyl
GAINING
UP MONT BLANC BY RAIL.
TELEPHONE DEVELOPMENT.
According to the latest figures pro-
I curable the telephone industry of the
. United States represents a capital ot
slightly more than $450,000,000, includ-
ing more tbnn 4000 systems, with 2,
I 371,044 telephones of all kinds, over
1 which were exchanged during the
year 1002 the extraordinary number
Russia now announces , ot more tuan o.uuu.ooo.OUO telephone
conversations, tuis industry em
ployed 04,628 wage-earners, to whom
After 500 years of barbarity
imbumau treatment of Its citizens and
dcr prvssuro of universal interna-
timraf censure,
ttiut no more prisoners will be exiieU
to Siberia, but that they will be given wa8 pnm j)2B.369,735, and 'l4.124 sal
trial In courts ot justice ana Hentenc- arled officials and clerks, who receiv
ed In a humane, civilized manner. ' ed J9,885,88G.
b tardy recognition of the com-1 fi'al'T &t
monest right of man will not .soften , E3C Tno exrK.nses for tho year were
She universal Ill-feeling against this jei.152,823. The interest on bonds
aid monstrosity of oppression. was $3,411,948 and tho dividends paid
wore $14,982,719. It would appear
Jrmers who claim to know, estl- that, exclusive of the interest on
uuate the Umatilla county wheat crop bonds, tho expenses were just about
M 4.000.000 bUHhels this year. The 70 J?er cent th Income.
. . . . , .... Th.ere are in the, country 994 rural
tot Oregonian has learned that j syslems of telephones, with 89.316 in
aewspapor crop estimates ar.e often ; strumonts, and 70,915 miles of single
store fanciful than authentic and j wire. In addition to these the com
taiTes this prosaic task to the farm- niorclal companies operate 15,598
who know, rather than to the edl
&er who guesses. One thing is cer
tUin, and ne.ed not bo guessed at, and
tttt la that tho crops so far threshed
-n the poorer land have yielded from
ifite to 10 bushels per acre more than
usual. If tho some proportionate In
(crease prevails all ovor tho 250,000
acres of wheat land In Umatilla
tounty, tho crop will crowd the four
auUlion bushel mark.
The education of thq Umatilla In
Ztxn children in tho faco of existing
tirenrnstanccs Is a task of gigantic
vroportionB. In the tirst placo tho In
ttiact and nature of tho Indian drags
the children downward. Tho old In
flians, except in raro cases, are either
-opposed to education, or nro stupidly
jpasslve, giving no encouragement and
Baking no lntorest. Then comes tho
uranplo and Influence ot the breeds
rural lines, with 138,426 miles of sin
gle wire and 121,905 telephones. In
addition there aro 4985 independent
farmers' lines, with 49,965 miles of
single wire and 65,747 Instruments.
These figures added to the other
quoted above give a' grand total for
the United States of 9136 systems and
lines, 4,900,451 miles of single wire
and 2,371,044 telephones.
HOW TO READ FORTUNE8.
Every human holng yearns to look
into the future. A man may think
hlmsolf wise and above petty super
stitions but how solemnly and earn
estly ho listens while some foolish
young girl or wrinkled old gypsy
talks about the lines In his hand.
He would not Helen to such a per
son or bo Inlluonced by hor ordinarily
but an old suporatltion In him makes
him give closo attontlon to the fool
ish tall; about the future.
This universal lntorest In fortuno
tolling, nn old auporstltious. Inherit
ance. mnkfs us all rather foolish at
i
wto have formed bad habits from the . tiroes.
whites. This class of associate,, JJfZ fib"? offltaj
Two rival railways up Mont Hlunc,
one going to the very summit, the
other to within S0O feet, are project
ed. The original company has pre
pared plans for a road 14 miles long,
with a round-trip schedule of four
hours and a half, fare $20 The other
reduces the fare by $2.50 and tlie time
by two hours.
The route of the latter road is from
Chamounlx. with a first station at the
top of Gros Bechand, at a height of
S410 feet, from which a magnificent
view of the nelgu-orlng glaciers will
be obtained. The second station will
be nt a height of nearly 13,500 feet,
just below the summit of the Dome
du Gouter and in the heart of the ice
region and the starting jHilnt of four
glaciers which reach down to tho val
ley of Chamounix, along precipitous
slopes. Around this point mnny fear
ful tragedies have occurred and num
bers of llv.es have been lost.
The third station will be situated
at an altitude of 14,300 feet, near the
Vallot observatory, and a tunnel un
der the solid ice will lead to the ter
minus at 14,970 feet above sea level.
The remaining 810 feet to the summit
of .Mont Blanc can easily be done on
foot through a covered pathway which
brings the tourist to the roof of Eur
ope. New ork World
Stomach
Troubles
cured by
KODOL
Under all curable conditions
Iv'
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When you call for a TRIUMPH. CI YNN&C0,
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MAKERS.
Mr. D. Kauble of
Nevada, O., was
cured by Kodol
of slomicl
trouble which,
had effected
his heart.
Mrs.W. W. Uy
ler of Hilllard,
Pa was cured
of Chronic
Dyspepsia by
the use of
Modem School of Commei
A Business nnd Shorthand Training School.
Car Fare Free.
Two Months' Tuition
Write today.
Free.
Pendleton,
A thing Is not necessarily honest
because It is legal.
55500
REWARD
FoRYYOrAEN
WHO O AN NOT BE CURED.
Hacked up by over a third of a century
of remarkable and uniform cures, a record
such as no other remedy for the diseases
and wcakne.H peculiar to women ever
attained, the proprietors and makers of
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription now feel
fully warranted in offering to pay in
legal money of the United States, for any
case of Leucorrhea, 1'i-m.ile Weakness,
Prolapsus, or Falling of Womb which they
cannot cure. All they ask is a fair and
reasonable trial of their means of cure.
They have the most remarkable record
of cures made by Ibis world famed remedy
ever place'd to the credit of any prepara
tion especially designed for the cure of
woman's peculiar ailments.
A beautiful Georgia lady Vice-President, of
tbe Kait Knd Palmetto Cluu. at Saraonah, and
prominent socially there relates the following
experience "You certainly have produced the
finest medicine for hj0enng women that U to'
be had in tbe country I want to recommend
U especially to mothers. I was seventeen years
old wnen my darling boy was born. Felt very
exhausted and weak for a long time, and ft
seemed I could not get my strength back. Mr
sister In-law bought me a bottle of Or. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription (after I had tried seven!
of the other remedies which are so much ad
vertised, and found no relief ). I had little faith
in the medicine at the time and was so weak
and sick that I felt discouraged, bat within a
week after 1 bad commenced taking your Pre
scrlpilou' I was like a different woaun. New
life and vitality seemed to. cons with each suc
ceeding day, until, in a few weeks, t was in tine
health, and a happy, hearty woaun. My boy
is now two years old, and thanks to your splen
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sirs. Hxaia: Williams.
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Accept no substitute for "Golden Med
ical Discovery-" There is nothing "just
as good " for diseases of the stomach, blood
aod.lungs.
The Common Sense- Medical Adviser,
iooB large pages in paper covets, Is sent
frte on receipt of ? one-cent stamps tc
pay expense of mailing only. Address
Dr. K. V. Pierce, lluffalo, N V
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are a ladles'
laxative. No other medicine equals them
for gentleness and thoroughness.
KODOLsi
ELATERITE IS MINERAL RUBBER
Wn nmnnrlv tnmner It for each particular climate. Then,
t,,to mmvnua -aic lmiiil nn n tire, water and acid proof roofing matei
a ground mica surface and a wool felt paper dry sheet or backint
wtvt.t. w thp pnmis. nr vou can. If you have to use a rool,i
mil vnu some mlclitv interesting things. They will prevent yoor I
linnk from shrlveline no. Write US.
The Elaterite Roofinc Co.. 10 Worcester Block, Portland. (
SKsrUffkslYMlai
8old by Tallman & Co.
Shoe Repairing
I have moved my shop to the second ,
door east of the Sa Ings Bank. Re- j
pairing of all kinds done In a work-1
. manlike manner at reasonabl rates.
I As I have been in business here 17 j
years, I need not apeak of the qual
! Ity of my work for It speaks for Itself.
My stock ot shoes was somewnat
damaged by water and the Insurance
I company told me to sell them for
,whnt I could get, so I will sell them
for less than wuoiesaie price.
CHIUS HANLEY.
THE BEST
IS THE CHEAPE
Bear this In lnd
need poultry ani 8locl: 1
and ask for the Inten
Poultry and Stock Fooc
Kow Kure for your cow
bles.
C. F. Coleswori
127-129 East Alta 8t
An.nt for Lee's Lice Kill
. i. - -
re-
No. 311
The Leading
Tailors
Of the city, SIEDERT &.
Schultz, have "removed to 222
Court street, opposite the Hotel
Bickers. When you want a
well made suit at reasonable
prices, call' on them.
HARVESTERS'
HEADQUARTERS
OUR
RESPECT.
STOCK OF SUPPLIES FOR THIS HARVEST SEASON IS NOW COMPLETE IN EVEBY
IF IN NEED OF ANY OF THE FOLLOWING ITEMS, VlZ.:
lj4 us
FORK8,
HOEDOWN8,
RAKE8, ,
SCYTHE8, . ,
8NATH8,
WATER BAGS, - ..
WATER KEQ8, ?
CURRY COMB8,
BRUSHES,
MACHINE OILS,
AXLE CREA8E 'COMPOUND,
LACE LEATHER,
CAP SCREW8,
SET 8CREW8,
SMITHING COAL,
BAR. BAND AND SHEET IRON
BABBIV, '
ROPE . , ,
WHIP8,
OIL CUP3,
VALVES,
PIPE,
STOVE 8 ' ' ; 1 " "
RANGES,
GRANITE-AND TINWARE; ETC.
' ""PHONE MAIN 211, OR CALL ON
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211 COURT STREET
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