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i By DOUGLAS MALLOCH j
Hp HE Lord has made us much alike,
And made us all akin :
Three meals a day, and work and play,
And night to slumber In.
We're high and low, we're rich and
And think we are apart ;
But, in our pain, our joy again,
We have the common heart.
The Lord has made us much alike.
However else It seems ;
The poorest man has still his plan.
His visions and his dreams.
And, if humanity shall rise.
Together we must start,
The high and low together, so
We have the common heart.
The Lord has made us much alike
And made us like to Him.
Build not so high the shadows lie
Another's path to dim.
All you can suffer He can feel,
And tears of sorow smart
The eyes of all, as hotly fall
Upon the common heart.
The Lord has made us much alike
Think not of clan nor class.
But understand and shape the land
Remembering the muss.
Grant rich or poor the rightly his,
There lies the statesman's art
With justice thrilled, the nation build
Upon the common heart !
i ; by McClure Newspaper Syndicate.)
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Trail Marker Planned.
Union, Or. A monument commem
orating the crossing of the first wagon
train on the Old Oregon Trail 80 years
ago will be erected at the top of the .
Blue mountains, the site selected for
the July 4 pageant, according to an
nouncement made by W. E. Meacham,
president of the trail committee, when
representatives of the various cities
of eastern Oregon met in La Grande.
The monument will be a huge stone
with a bronze inscription plate attest
ing the memory of the pioneer days
and respect for the men who first
made the perilous trip. Top o' Blue
Mountains is at the summit of the
Blue mountains, where one of the
flnt homestead of eastern Oregon
Chehalis. Because he was unable,
properly to digest a quantity of nails,
pieces of baling wire and other such,
Mona Loa of Waikiki, one of the beat
purebred Jersey bulls owned in south
west Washington owned by Anton
Adolphsen of route 2, Chehalis, died
Wednesday morning of peritonitis.
Mona Loa was purchased by Mr.
Adolphsen at the Pacific International
three years ago and waa valued at
Recommendations to be placed be
fore congress relative to renewal of
the rehabilitation act which expires
June 30, 1924, were discussed in Wash
ington. D. C Tuesday, by state civi
lian vocational rehabilitation directors
and social welfare workers at a con
ference called by the federal board for
Hole in Bead Saves Tot From Choking to Death
Atlantic City, N. .1 Howard, the
three-vear-o'.d son of Daniel Watson,
owes his life to his ability to breathe
through the small hole in a glass bead
lodged In his throat.
A few weeks ago the child waa
seized with a nt of coughing. The
family physician, unable to discover
the cause, advised an X-ray photo
graph. The photograph Is said to have
fulled to show any obstructions. He
was seized with another coughing spell
just as his parents were about to take
him to a Philadelphia specialist. The
coughing dislodged the glass bead. For
tunately the bead hail lodged cross
wise In his throat and the little fel
low was able to get his breath through
DON'T BE SCARED
T9BAR has done more harm in the
world than drunkenness which is
saying a good deal.
The sooner you eliminate fear from
your make-up, the sooner you will get
where you are trying to go.
The man who has the best chance
In the world Is the man who is afraid
to be scared who has learned to fear
The fear that saps a man's purpose
and leaves him trembling and helpless
on the threshold of life has many
There Is the fear of the rich and
powerful too common, even In this
day when the rich and powerful can
do little harm to their fellows.
There Is the fear of poverty a real
fear, and one which is harder to shake
off than all the others.
There is the fear of what other peo
ple will say, the fear of being ridi
culed the commonest and perhaps the
most mischievous form.
Get them all out of your system.
Remember that the rich and the
powerful, of whose greatness you
stand in awe, are only human beings,
and that they have little reason for
wanting to injure you, even If it were
Get rid of the fear of poverty by
thrift and frugality, which Will enable
you if necessary to live on little, and
give you a reserve to tide you over
if the loss of a job temporarily strands
you on the beach.
As to the fear of ridicule, forget It
altogether. The opinion of other peo
ple Is more negligible than you sup
pose. And those who would ridicule
you because you are working hard and
with a purpose are moved more by
jealousy than any other motive.
As soon as you discover that other
people can be afraid of you, you will
cease to be afraid of them. Then your
fears gradually will subside.
Fear Is instinctive In most of us. It
Is one of the results of the desire for
self-preservution that is as old as the
But It Is always a handicap. The
thing that you should be most afraid
of Is fear the fear that makes you a
weak paltry creature, with your facul
ties paralyzed, and all the elements of
progress that are in you terrified into
(Copyright by John Blake.)
A better tomorrow is born of a good
today. Boston Transcript.
Has Anyone Laughed
: At You
Humility Is the eloest bom of virtu
You pack your trunk at the
Why not? You haven't asked
anyone else to pack It for you.
You value your vacations, you
enjoy them so much you don't
want to infuse them with work.
If you are on a business trip you
want no Interruptions either.
You know the folks who begin
to pack a week before they leave.
They never can do anything yon
ask them to do because "I must
pack." "I must throw those
things In my hat trunk, etc., etc."
You on the contrary, pack when
there Is nothing else to do but
pack. You save time ami pack
when you have to only and don't
spoil your days with It.
Your get-away hers It:
You never let business interfere
S by MoClure Nwppr Sy. lot. t
Bend. Annual round-up of cattle
will be started this week by high des
ert stockmen. The round-up is one
of the largest of the old-time cowboy
events of the kind in Oregon.
Baker. The country is being scour
ed to get the worst possible bucking
horses, and wild cattle are being
brought in from the range for the
Haines stampede May 31, June 1 and
Salem. Governor Pierce has receiv
ed from the Building Material Deal
ers' Credit association, with headquar
ters In Portland, a lengthy resolution
protesting against the sale of prison
made brick in the open market.
Salem. Members of the state board
of control will meet here Tuesday and
decide upon a site for the new state
training school for boys. Forty sites
have been offered, all of which were
inspected by the board this week.
Albany. New features for this
year's fair announced after a meeting
of the fair board Friday afternoon,
will include a wedding and the offer
ing of three automobiles, one to be
given away on each day of the fair.
Salom. Appointment of a state high
way commissioner to succeed Robert
A. Booth of Eugene probably will be
announced by Governor Pierce this
week, according to a statement made
by attaches of the executive depart
Salem. Work of paving the six-mile
section of the west side Pacific higl
way between RIckreall and Holmes
Gap in Polk county will start Wednes
day, the Oregon Contracting company
announced. The work will be rushed
and the road should be opened to traf
fic late in the summer.
Cottage Grove. Clay England, em
ploye at the J. H. Chambers mill, was
killed instantly Saturday morning
when he became entangled with a
shafting while he and several others
were making repairs to the sawdust
carrier. Evidently his jumper caught
and lashed him to the machinery.
Salem. John G. Wright, pioneer
resident of Salem, and steward at the
Oregon state hospital for 30 years, died
here Sunday night, in the early '60s
Mr. Wright was in the mercantile busi
ness in Salem and carried supplies to
the Snake river country during the
gold mining activity. Ho was a vet
eran of the Indian wars.
Salem. It was reported here Friday
night that a suit will be filed in the
Marion county circuit court within the
next few days to restrain the state,
county and municipal officials from eti-
forceing a law enacted at the last ses
sion of the legislature providing that
all persons engaged in public work
must be citizens of the United States
Heppner. Six clips, aggregating 2,
400,000 pounds of wool, were sold by
growers here Friday for an uverage
price of 44 cents a pound, or a total
of approximately S1,05C,000. The clips
were bought by George Colby and Ed
ward Cox, representing the American
Woolen company. The highest prlci
obtained for fleeces was 45 cents a
Salem. Salaries in connection with
the conduct of the various state activi
ties under the governor and board of
control for the month of April, 1983, ag
gregated $102,729 as compared with
$198,614 for the month of November
1922, according to a statement pre
pared by the executive department
here. The comparative monthly re
duction in salaries was $30,235.
Klamath Falls. The serviceable
blue serge skirt, plain middy blouse
and sturdy low-heeled shoes worn for
the past year by Klamath county high
school girls will be worn next term
only at the wearer's preference. Last
year by the majority vote of the girls
the plain uniform was adopted. Fri
day they voted 52 to 45 to discard the
plain things and return to more sophis
Salem. As a result of a collision be
tween an automobile driven by C. M.
La Porte of Eugene and a Portland
Salem stage manned by Earl A. Hat
field, the latter Saturday filed suit in
the Marion county circuit court to col
lect damages In the amount of $1S40
from La Porte. The plaintiff alleges
that La Porte was on the wrong side
of the road, and that the accident was
due to his carelessness.
Albany. Louis J. Hill has bought
61,000 acres of land in Linn county
from the Oregon & Western Coloniza
tion company for a consideration of
nearly $1,500,000, according to a deed
which was filed at the office of the
county clerk. The land was originally
granted to the Willamette Valley &
Cascade Mountain Road company by
the government with the stipulation
that the company build a road from the
Idaho line to Albany.
A JOB WITH A FUTURE
use men between aes of 18 and 50.
pay 40c per hour as minimun wage,
give best of meals at 35c each,
supply beds for 25c, 30c and 40c.
have rKbh hot and cold water baths.
advance employees rapidly.
give positions FREE on application.
have Employment offices at West Linn,
Oregon, Camas, Washington, and 209 Commonwealth
building, Sixth and Burnside, Portland, Oregon.
Crown Willamette Paper Co.
After Every Meal
I n work o r
play, it gives
the poise and
It belps digestion,
allays Iblrst, keep
ing the mouth cool
and moist, the throat
and pliant and the
nerves at ease.
Pompey'fl Pillar Is a beautiful red
granite Corinthian column in Alex
andria. Tho inscriptions show it was
erected in 302 A. D., in honor of the
Emperor Diocletian. No one knows
how it came to be called Pompey's,
except that he was assassinated In
Alexandria 350 years before tho date
of the column.
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slimy soap, no germs, no waste, no
irritation even when shaved twice
daily. One soap for all uses shaving,
bathing and shampooing. Adv.
Just before going to si ep a bit of
Imagination regarding achievement
possibilities of tho morrow will stead
ily and increasingly bear fruit, par
ticularly if all ideals of difficulty,
worry or fear are resolutely ruled out
and replaced by those of accomplish
ment and smiling courage. Dr. Fred
Bluebelle and Maybelle were talking
things over. "All men," quoth Blue
belle, "are liars." "Well, do you want
them to tell you the truth about your
looks" Louisville Courier-Journal,
Lincoln vs. You
Lincoln belongs to the apes, lie was a
man among men and alt the world today
recognizes his genius of character.
Lincoln was self-taught. Instead of
waiting for someone to pound knowledge
Into him, he would walk miles to secure
a book that he might pursue the quest of
knowledge which was a snprme passion
with htm throughout his life.
Lincoln instinctively knew that knowl
edge was the key that unlocks the door
to fame and fortune, or any success that
man desires. He went directly after
knowledge to prepare himself so that
when his chance came he would be ready.
You may look handsomei than Lincoln;
you may have more native treiwth Li ;i
Lincoln; you may have an intellect tti.it
could easily be developed; but If you
have not the burning desire to dev- . . p
yourself, you are certain to stick in the
Knowledge is distinctly a matter of in
clination. If you do not secure knowledge
you are just as certain to suffer for your
luck of development in a mental way as
you would certainly deteriorate physically
If you laid in bed all the time and would
neglect to develop your muscles. Lazi
ness leads to pain and failure. If you In
sist on being lazy, the law of compensa
tion will force you to pay compound In
terest for your idleness. You will be
whipped ami scourged and made to do the
meanest work of the world. The hard
laws of necessity are sure to overtake
you. You must eat and people will insist
that you earn what you eat. The whip
of necessity will beat your bleeding back
and the sharp tongue of a neartless world
will tear to shreds your sensibilities. When
you are stretched on the cross of neces
sity, people of this world will crown you
with thorns and drive Into your flesh,
nails expressing their scorn.
Lincoln knew thai (ho world will never
forgive failure. Logically he cipilpped
himself to succeed ami he did succeed.
You, too, can succeed, but you must pre
pare yourself for the battle of life.
The greatest asset in life Is a strong
character and the ability to express your
self, if you are dumb as a dog you will
receive the reward of a dog, the crumbs
from some rich man's table, who under
stands the way to express himself.
The great mass of men have made no
effort to develop themselves. Nearly all
are capable of Infinite developments but
they do not realize It. They are paralyzed
by the thought that they are Inferior
when in reality the only difference be
tween a successful man and themselves
They could easily grow if they would
fe1 busy nnd develop themselves as Lin
coln and other great men have done.
You do not have to be a super-man or
a giant of Intellect, but you do have to
he just a little better than the average
to be selected to occupy a seat of hOtlOf
and ease where you will work less ami
If you simply develop the stiff back
of a Jack-ass and the physical strength
of a mule you will naturally be paid for
brute strength and nothing more, because,
that Is all your equipment will enable you
to render In doing the work of the world.
Lincoln wisely learned to talk convinc
ingly. We are offering Pr. Frederick Honk
Law's course on "Mastery of Speech,"
which will quickly develop your ability
to express yourself effectively.
The good talker, you have noticed, Is
the fellow who gets in the lead every
I r. Frederick llouk Law, of Ox ford
Aeitilerny, A mherst College, and lirow n -lag
University, holding the degrees of A.
It., A. M., and Ph. I, has prepared a
course entitled "Mastery of Speech," that
Is not only simple but exceedingly Inter
esting, lly following the Instructions he
gives, It Is possible for anybody to be
come a convincing talker. Probably not
a I M-mostheries, but a rattling fcfood, en
Io not delay. Put off this coupon today
anil send It In without any money, and
we will send you this OOUrM for $3. fid.
Settle with the postman when he delivers
That which we acquire with the
most difficulty wo retain tho longest;
as thoso who have earned a fortune
are usually moro careful of It than
those who have inherited one. Colton.
Speed of Hares.
Tho rabbit runs faBter than a hare
for tho first 35 yards. A motor car
at 40 miles an hour will overtake and
pass a hare, but up to that speed the
animal will usually hold his own.
Mrs. Fred Anderson
AMERICAN NEWSPAPER ASSN.
of Portland, Ore.
41C-19-20 U. S. National Bank Bldg.
PlejiHH mall me Dr. Thaw's course,
"Mastery of Speech." I will pay the post
man $;t ftO on delivery, which completes
the transaction and pays for the course
In full. Thereafter the course Is mine
Follow good Health
Salem, Orr-K- "For several years
I suffered with liver trouble and
stomach disorder. I was constipated
and had a gassy condition of the
stomach. I doctored, hut could not
get rid of thee condition! until
I began taking Dr. Pierce's Pleasant
Pellets, and since I took these 'Pel
lets' I have not had any more
troul le with my liver or stomach.
"1 can highly recommend Doctor
Picri'-'s I'li.i nit Pellets to anyone
suffering with stomach or liver ills."
Mrs. Fred Anderson, 90S S. 21st
Constipation is at the root of
many ailments. You can avoid
manv of the ills in life hv obtaining
Dr. Pierce'-. Pleasant Pellets from
Send 10c lor tri:il pkff or write
for free advice !-. Pierce's in
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Electors Broken Up by Napoleon.
An elector waa once a prince who
had a vote In the election of Urn em
peror of (lennany until Napoleon
broke up the obi (icrman empire and
eoiiKequenlly destroyed t li c; college of
One Thing That Can Be Helped.
You cannot help the kind of brains
you are born with, but you can help
tho kind you go through life with.
Ami that's what counts.--H. 0. Forbes.
it the flneat product of it kind in the
world. livery woman who hus ued
It know! this statement to he true.
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P. N. U.
No. 21, 1923