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Ro BUSINESS WEN.
fgfgggVrnlr, KapMUd to Arnvo In
VI I I i
t !'H"lin' men mm mHii
ii will arrive in Pendleton
lliuiil m SutuMiiy Morning..
limbing a tmir of tin- Pacific
mdlni to rie tka ooontr
i n- mil pain an Iommi of In
mill i uroinift' l e niincrrial
He. Men nf national repute
l mnl tin train, ami v rv
tiillll 01 1lii 1111
trade 'I Bnanee
Li vet u. 1 1 n ii" train
iv h ito in Pendl ton, nut it
) tli.it. in rho ' 'iit a Btop I
ggH ! ' '
gcmciit nt Mr. ! ui
Kousunds Sum Into Kxll.
lyear a I nri number nl poor
wii.iM- lungs are sore ami
ill. eaachi ww BHnd tip go to
climate. I! M Huh in costly
always lere. Doa'l Imj an
n l'r K.iiii'h New DiMOVWf
amotion will mm you at
t tin noil infallible tnedt.
nughs, colds and all tliruut
J i Ma mm on artli. Tin first
yt. n-lii I. Astounding cures
in persistent 1 1 n-. I mil hnttlcs
II J . ! HO.. I
Hi. mull & lii. irne .jc ami
y bottle guaranteed.
irauR im.ii b acini.
have given new lira to amateur bicvele
racing after mwiI yeari nt the ab
sence of amateur ..vents, extent in
iatMHM)Utiato eoateata of Mi do
ports if educational iMtitatiWI of
Already there is talk nf hiving 1 re
ler raoa on Decoration uaj Iron ivn-
dleton ti the Indian agenry and return.
The agent ol tin different wheels in
Pendleton nre giving the matter gOflM
attention nnd it i thought thiit eon-
f hideraMe interest arW In brooghl out.
m Form Circuit Willi Four
hject in', buuu broached of
an aiuaturt bicvele eireuit
corner, the cities of the
nil l i . - imr! hwest, (Kane,
and reudleton being tlie
The manufacturing ot new
hint)., light and elcga'it,
ell Alurin. Cm kg
day Strikini an. I Alar n
cks, giUUTMtoedi for
will eoo nice you c
iVeler and Optician. ,
Mor to Alex 1 . t. i i. . - i
Tuitiry to lha Efficacy of the New Scien
tific Pandrufl Treatment.
A. B. l.tinier. lenver, nay. "Iler
pioide hu made tny hair urow
Mrn A, Qoerin, r.reat ralle, Mont .
MM I "I find HorpKide an exeellent
II. QraooltUH), PortUodi ore., payai
"StpwbfO'l Herpieide WOPpod BJ
bair'i fallinir out."
.1. i 1-rail. Iiaytoii. WwMM mft
i 1 . r 1 leldti bM eoaaplowly cured my
Charlm Brown, president Plrtt
National hank, Vanooarar, Waab.i
I 1 1 r icide i" excellent for keep-
intl llm twalp clean."
Or. Hill In Trouble.
Buil baa bam uonunncad aitaiuM J
v Hill, .leMii." K. Hill, liif wife,
mid ii... rv S. Vdain, in behalf of K.
0 .0 I. lard iV 0o. the J, K. Gill Co.,
.ii. I l.ipmau, Wol le St Co., to aet anide
in. deed in two lot- in lioldmnith'i
addition in I'ortland. Thin wan the
property OH which Dr. Hill aunouncd
U intention 01 bnlldiaf a military
1 lie deed beint! executed to
Mr- Hill by It. I- Sabin, who held
th roparty ai troetoa. Dr. Hill. a
meed in Tuenday'K KaHt rw(in
m . intended to eatahlifdi a new
aehool, having given up Biabop
He Kept Mil Leg.
Twelve years uifo .1. W, Sullivan, of
Hurt lord. Ooaa.i H rati bed bit leg
with a rttety wire, liillanimatioii uiel
tdood poieonlng tet la. For two yearn
he uffered intensely. Then the J,et
dooton nrgad arnpatatioai "but," be
wrltee, "I aaad one i.ottle of Blaotrie
Kittern and I le boxed of Bticklen'x
Arnica Salve and my i-K wuh hound
and well an ever.' i'or ampilooa,
anaema. tetter. ialt rheum, More, nnd
all t.iood d laocd aw Bkatrio Bittara hai
no rival 011 eartli. Try them. Tall
uinir .V. Co. will guarantee aatiafai'tion
or refuud money. Only 10 centa.
A Birthdey Parly.
Arthur KoN no Tallinnn, koh oi Mr.
and Mr-. Jog V. Tallman, wan nix
1 yearn old on Saturday, March 10, on
which .late he wa- the BOM at a birth
day party. Kigbtean of hie young
frianda, Ujvk and girlh, were peaaean
, in the aftaeaooa to enjoy the occaniou
i with him, one of the feature of wbirh
. , . J..I I L J L
wnr ilie nerving 01 (lencaie retrain
mel t- at 4 o'clock. Mrn. Tallman had
efaarga ol lha party, nalag anniitod by
her nicterr, MuaM FU and Oeorgia
Polaom, Tha time wa. paused luoift
pleaaantly and the date will be re
membered fully one year.
Showh the atate of vour feelings and
the -lute of your heaflh a- well. Im
pure blood makes itaelf apparent in a
pale and hallow complexion, pinipleo
kod -kin aaaptiojn, II you are nallag
weak and worn out ami do not have a
healthy aunaaranoo. yon ihould try
Aek.r'r, lilood Klixir. It cure- all
blood diaaaaai whaee ohaan Baraa
purillun and ao-callod puritiem (ail.
UOWiafl thla( we hell every Ih.ttle oil
a positive guarantee. For sale by
Brock 5c MeComaa.
The I'olk County Mohair association
met Saturday and appointed a com
mittee to nel'l its pool o wool. Kale in
to be made to the highest bidder,
Marcli 'Jit, subject to the approval of
the asi-ociut iou .
Aakar'a Bafliah remedy will 8tp a
OOOgh at any time, and will cure the
worst cold iu twelve bourn, or money
refunded. 26 eta. and ul cts. Tor aale
by lirock iV Met'omas.
razor Opera House.
pturday Evening, March 23.
E TRAORDINARY EVENT
WugciiUxU iv KeuiK-r PnatMM MM
Oibhi Tragic Acirtw."
'Kim-well lour ui iU United biU) up.-. by
u I U.IaaH yiol (till I .11
i m bfiiiiuui .uiiiKiriiug rMkpaM peeaaaltai rnalUar g'-i Mentwial aaaan
jk a.titio Buaniu Ettocto and Auutaorittk.
Price.: Bo loi oor tti.i II row. 1.U; U.I ro.l..
Oallury Mh a"'' " ' ''"e uru
D. V. THOMPSON'S VIEWS.
HE SPBARS OUT PLAINLY ON SOMB
STATE POLITICAL ISSURS.
And Mentlont Some Portland Pollttelani
in Very Plain Terms Makas Predic
tions Regarding Governor Oear.
I. IV rhoinpoon, banker and politi
cian of Peril aad, . at the Bona
I'endleton IimIrv, and converned with a
reporter lot the Kast Oreonian on a
B MBOal Ol the burning issue!, of the
day, a well ao upon nome which have
c?aed to burn and other that are
smoldering, ready to burn at the first
nign nf a campaign and an election.
Mr. Thompson's prominence in the
councils of the republican party of
Oregon for so great n number of years
makes his remarks ol unusual interest
He talks in such hearty and straight
forward way that it leads directly to
two conclusions, first, that he knows
what be is talking about , second, that
he In willing to stand for what he be
lieves to be right nnd sound in state
affairs and politics.
Portland's Vetoed Charter.
The first tepic broached was that of
Cortland's charter passed by tne last
legislature and vetoed by Qovaraaf
(teer. Mr. Thompson said: "The new
charter mav not have been exactly t In
best that could have been framed,
but it was vastly better than the one
nader which wa are now working, i
am n member of the Taxpayers' League
and km w that we figured that under
the proposed charter the citv of I'ort
land could be run at an expense of
180,000 a year less than at nreaent.
However, Governor Heer vetoed it, and
will have to take his chances of re
election. I think he expects the nom
ination again, but do not think he
will get it It is hard for a person
after having been a republican all his
life, yea might say, to get in and
light the republican ticket. 1 -have
been and am on posed b the Simon ring
in Portland the Minon-McKay-Mi -Cam
man! ring, and was a supporter of
tin Bltlaaa'l ticket during the last
campaign. I was nocolated as a ia'idi
late for the state senate, but declined
to the committee privately and another
name was substituted for that of mine.
I did my best to help elect the ticket.
Harvev Scott is going aO tight ,Ioe
Simon's re-election to the Tinted
Sfnt s senate.
;County Court In b ogllo.
"In regard to legislating Steele out
of a county commissioncrship, that is
all right, and the legislature did the
proper thing in passing the law placing
county court matters as they were two
years ago. ln the face of it, to legis
late a man "lit of olllce, is rot just
right, but Steele was legislated into
thee, so he got what be deserved.
Judge Cake ha- made an ellicieiit
county judge and a fair one. The law
passed two years ago took the power
of appointing the election judges ill
Multnomah county away Iroin him and
his fellow mam ban Ol the county
court, and placed it in the hands of a
(ounty commissioner s commission.
This was done in order to take no
chances ol having the party machinery
in the hands of any except the Siin.'ti
ting. No charges were made against
Judge Cake that lie would not he fair
in appointing these election judges,
but those iu power did not propose to
take am chance- in the matter.
Increased Coil to County,
"lor the past two years under the
ii w law governing c o 1 1 1 1 v affairs the
expense d government for Multnomah
county has been about fiilHjO a year
more than heretofore. The coniln ission-
era were i l.i.ei :, a -alary wi'in.
meant an increase of f:lUU0 in one
item, and then they appointed a
stenographer and a bailiff, and rented
a room in addition to that in wbloh
Judge Cake had his office. I am glad
to hear that the new law was pa-sen "
Ueer and Plummer.
It doesn't reijuire much of a politi
cian to recoguiie that the political
etinosph-re surrounding liovernor tieer
is chuck full of electricity, and that
there is ligble to be an explosion at
any minute. Oregon politics without
the I'liimuier incident would In like a
mime pie without any "insides. "
Everybody who pays attention to state
politics will remember that H. M.
i'lummer, of Polk county, accueed
Governor Cieer of erlidy in not mak
ing bim superintendent "I the penitt n
tiary. Mr. I'lummer claimed to have
given the governor flOOO during the
lampaigii iu lbHh, ae a price for the
superinteiideney , and felt put out
about it. Mr. Thompson this morning
gave the story w ith several little pieces
of history that came under his personal
knowledge. Mr. Thompson said:
"When thin matter came up one day
iu lorlianu, l expressed wio neiiti
that I'lummer bad no receipt for flOOO
from Governor ewr. I was talking
with Senator Mulkey, of I'olk county,
at the time, ami tin senator told uit
that I'lummer had the receipt, for lit
Mulkey; had seen it. A few dayi
after that, I was surprised to receive a
registered b-lter from Mr. J'lumuier
which contained the receipt and other
oa pi i- relating to lu. deal. Mr
t'lumuier said I was at liberty to show
it to a few of the prominent republi
cans of Portland, mentioning their
names, and theu I was to return the
letters, receipts, etc., to him by regis
tered letter, as he did not wish to let
them get out of his possession.
"1 also talked with ex-Governor W.
P. Lord, who accompanied i'lummer
on his visit to liovernor Oeer when he
got back not only the tlOOO he had
paid, bul IIUUO iu addition. 1 after
wards talked with I'lummer and asked
him why be had been allowed to keei
the receipts after be had got hie
money hack. Plummet ia a pretty
hard man to shame, but he touirmod
a little, and even turned his head to
one side as he answered, that he had
told the governor that some of his
on tiers had been destroyed in the Polk
county court house tire. Plummer did
le i slate that this receipt was among
the other papcs, but led the governor
to infer that it was. the governor
thoiightalie was .-.le that the receipt
had MM tteelroyed, and wrote a letter
to the hcout. published at In ion, say
iug that tin- signature to the leceipt
was a lorgerv I hat put i'lummer on
1 1 n- mettle, and he had to show the
receipt to prove that he was not a
forgei Harvey Scott, among others,
hasjseeu the receipt.
Trip Around tbe World.
"Yes, 1 have been talking of taking
a trip around the world, and will start
about the middle of May, if I succeed
iu inducing a couple of gentlemen who
have partially promised to go, to make
ii. . trip with in . 1 won't know about
it for sure for a few weeks. "
HOWAHU I.IOI.K COMPANY.
To Be at the Fraxer Tbree Nigbls Next
One of the best stock companies
visiting the (oast thia season is tbe
Howard company whick appears at
raor opera house tor throe night
commencing Monday, March 10. The
company was very popular in Portland,
where ii plavod an engagement of two
aaaka The plays most likely to be
produced here are "Held by the
Knemv," "Master and Man" and
"Trilby." the company carrying special
scenery and electrical effect for each
The well known leading lady,
Lillian Halward, with Maurice Whist
and Russell Ua-sett head a Met of
twenty-one selected stock people.
The prlOM will be popular, ranging
(TOO !" to "0 cents. Seat for Monday
evening' performance will 1h on sale
Saturday, March 88, at Tallman' drug
IT WAS NOT SMALLPOX.
The Report;! Athena Proved to Be
Athena. March 19 A report that
several case- of -ma 1 1 pox had PMB
discovered among the school children
is unfounded The doctors res,rt it as
Things are pretty quiet among the
grain buyers here thi week. W. J.
Wilkinson i the only buyer, he hav
ing just purchased 1800 btihel for -!f
(i. C. Oabarn, the Athena druggist,
left lat evening for Spokane, to lo
absent for ten days. O. M. Oastleman.
0l vFeetOOi is acting druggist, during
.i. k. Barha, went to Peadlatoa today
Horn, to Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Knight,
of Athena, on March IS, twin girl.
Lester Swaggart, of Pendleton, who
has Ih'cii in Athena for the past week
on business, leaves for home tomorrow.
Mrs. William Hooner, who has been
seriously ill for the past month, is re
ported as rapidy recovering.
N. II Piqkerton is over at Walla
Walla tislay. He took OVgf " head of
horses to the garrison.
Wes Noble and Paul Davis, of Pen
lleton, were Athena visitors. They
came on Wheel and claim the roads
are in Bpod shape.
Kit 1. Wilson ha- returned to
Athena (ram Pajretto, Idaho.
Frank OagOOW, a prominent reserva
tion farmer, returned Sunday from a
baalaaai trip to tbe Nei Perce agency
at Lapwai Idaho.
Dr. Beat, ol Weston, is transacting
baalaaai in tin citv today.
Horn, to Mr. and' Mrs.' 1. H. Jar
man, f Athena, on Monday, March 18,
MADAME MODJESKA IS POLISH.
A Devout Roman Catholic, Hence Can
the Better Play "Mary Stuart."
It la said that Madame Modjeska in
her personal bearing, her grace and
dignity, guggesta one's ideal of what
such a Woman ai "Mary Stuart" must
have been in the light of history.
M.-ljeska is a native of a country
wiiose people have been oppressed for
many generations, a condition she
takes to heart very seriously. Hhe is
also a devout Catholic. and consequent
ly the fortitude and religions fervor
which belonged to Mary Stuart belong
I ikew ise to the actress. All Poles of
intellect are inclined towards the
dignified, tbe deeply passionate. Ro
man Catholics are known to be re
markably devoted to their religion.
All of "these facts einphiisi-e the as
s rtioh that Madame Misljeska is
suited to the part of Mary Muart.
Let it he -remembered that this play
..f Schiller's was selected because I he
manner of ita staging permits the use
of the greater part of the scenery
carried by the company And it should
not lie forgotten that, in R. 1. Mc
Lean and Odette Tyler, the leading
members of Madame Modjeska' sup
porting company, the work of the
drama is in the hands of true stage
artist- eat on sale at Tallman 's.
A BI-MONTHLY STATEMENT.
AMOUNT OF TAXES LBVIID FOR YEAR
1001 IS fS7.67S.0e.
List or Delinquent Taxes Is Being Mad
by Berkeley and
At the last session of the county
com t held on Mondav. March II, the
matter wa dicused of issuing an
order that delinquent taxes iaut be
i paid at once, or the Bfeptft against
which the tax wa aeed would lie
sold by the sheriff. After taking legal
advice County Judge Hartnian became
of the mind that uch an order would
be supertluous. The property will be
sold according to law without any such
order. The delinquent taxes outstand
ing amount to considerable. Charles
0i Barkalay ami Draw (Irltta are now
at work under direction of Sheriff
Blaklay making a dap! lento ut of ail
the taxes delinquent This delinquent
list will have been completed within a
few day. As soon as it is in shape
Bharil! Blaklay will proceed to ad
vertise and sell all the property against
which there are delinquent taxes out
standing. The usual enormous expense
of posting notices OB the property will
he entui led, us no relief was afforded
by the last legislature by enacting a
law such as -uggested I v County Judge
Martini. n. and for the pn-sitge of which
he labored assiduously.
It is estimated that the delinquent
li-t pan he prepared, publi-hed in the
paper mid notices posted on the prop
erty, and all the property sold, unless
the taxes have been paid bv the next
aaalon ol the county oonii in May.
This action will please a number of
the leading taxpayers ol tbe county
w ho have FMOOme weary year alter year
of paying their taxes on time, and
seeing from 10 to 88 per cent of the
taxes becoming delinquent annually
with as great regularity a the rest of
it is paid
Following is tbe bi-monthly financial
statement ol the co.mtv OOQli on
March I :
Warrants outstanding 1!M),7!1 7i
I'.alance tax redemption... 848 IS
State schiM.I fund 4:1
County school fund ,WI 00
School districta 4.4HU 91!
Cities 4,699 IU)
Look at Your Face,
And aee if it is reflecting health or
disease Karl'- Clover Koot Tea
beaut ilies the face and complexion, and
assures per feet health All druggists
88 cents and 60 cents Money refunded
if results are not satisfactory. Tallman
Honeymoon of an Aged Couple.
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Long, aged
respectively 79 and 6H years, who were
married near I'.lgin on March 7, re
turned Friday nigbt from Portland,
where they liad been on a welding
tour. While in Portland Mr. Long
selected a monument to Is placed near
his vault, which he is now building,
and iron doors for the same, as he de
sired to look after those things himself
while on earth, so as not to trouble his
friends after he lias "shuttled off thia
John O. Rider, inventor of the Rem
ington rifle, died at his home iu New
ark, O., of heart disease, aged 7-1 years.
mucoua patches in
the mouth, erup
tions on the akin,
sure throat, copper
afaBBt b-v"-'en glands, aching mux In,
II II I and Isjnes, the dieeaac- is making
rapid headway, and far worst
symptoms will follow unless the blood is
promptly and effectually cleansed of thia
violent destructive poison,
S I, S. ia the only aafe and infallible
cure for this disease, the only antidote
(or thi specific poison. It cure the
worst cases thoroughly aud permanently.
lu Ihc f.ll ol IS.7
Hf toodlfioh CMM
I uinir.. li.l BlooC
pi .ik., ii I i led
liVC ftfJtfl Ji 1tfSC. Urs doctor nut
Mil avv i' wwia-v. (jcll utMlnj,ul
did me no uool ; I wa. getting woie all the
time ; tuy limi caweout, ulcct. ui'pcaie.l in Ml
throat toi'l mouth, uiy body wa. abn .i . OVMM
wnu c. : i" ' " loici .blotches sod (jOcuatve
soie. i suffered .rtc-icfy fiom rtgteasatw paia
In my should rs a ad arms. My coaditioa (Mild
1 wi .e , only the .ihl. it .1 a. I wa.
can understand at) .uBeriog. ' had alout
lol all pop of ever being Weil again when
taeel'lcl to try b b ti
lt luiut toiifea. 1 had
little faith Ml in any
mediciue. A her taking
Uicrhlid hott it 1 noticed
change io my toudt
tkiu '1 Li. wa. i . uly en
couiagi.ttf;, aud I deler
asiued lo give 8. g. C e
tboioitjfh trial. Fn.ni
that tune on .1.. nuprove
ment Bra. rspbi b. b 6.
actuicd to kavs the .11
caae coiutlcit-ly unler
control , the aoiea sad
ulcer, heale't auJ 1 wa
ftoou free froal alt feign.
at (he diucrilrr 1 have
Iim ii hin.ntf .,1.1 h.lihv ever ain.e
L. W. tuna. Lock Mux 6u. Noblcavllle, lad.
is the only purely vege
table blood purifier
known, tl.uoo ia
offered for oroot that
it contain a particle ol
it rimtuiria valuahle informatiou abuut
this diaeaac, with full direction for self
treatment. We charge nothing for uU
eel advice ; cure yourself at home.
imc cwirr seeciFic co., ailania, aa.
Uorfeu boatdul by the day, week ur moath and
0 given the boat ul car.
First Class Livery Kik.a
1 uu short uutioe.
sin 7s lor cab.
Uicrcury, txUL&h or other luiiicriil ixjimm
m.m " M m a .., .
btiul tor our tree lxog on eioou i-oiaou ;
. 887,81 I 0 I
Indebted maa hh.hoai 41
Total $2l0,:5:i :
Sheriff's tax account
Scrip of other counties .
Cash in the treasury.
No Better Wheels
Are made than
So licit, i lUmMcr ws. ever built than the ll.il
tnislcl. nii.l liie price the Inwu.l s Itainhlri
ws. a vet .eld fin .
i ai.i -' or Ocnts' Roadster.
Ladies or i .eiits Light Koadster 140.09
Oelits III pound Racer .n.no
Ladies or ients ('hainless $MI.(I0
Ideal- 88J, fL'6
R. W. FLETCHER.
AksuI t'lnaltllH l uunly,
l'i ndli'ii.n, OaaBMBi
The Old Reliable
1 fiie ii yaar. Ill bu.lli... aiel mi rent to pay
Slid yet tha mu.hroout .hop. are dying t
make you l- lii va they cn five you JUb
lor th. dollar a. w can TIIKY CAN'T UO IT
a. w. carry ihe mil. rouj.laU' .lu. . ol llarnuf
.-ad. lie-, liri.l.llu., lilt., Rputi. Whip.. Ulov,
kru.liae, ( oinha, (ill. Koap, I cut- Wagon
i oi . i and i UTU Ilia! wa vr biougbl to
Leading Haines end saddle, v
Can b oblaiusd on abort notice.
'lelephoue Main 7. lor can
Now is the time to lay in your
Ladies' shoes, 11.76 now 1.00
l.a.lien' shoes, $1 6U now . .96
Men's heavy shoe. .. 1.10
Metis's 1.60 shoes 1.88
Ladies' vesta. spring weight .20
Best thread dozen 46c spool .01
c.ppei wash boiler,... IB
Men's 12.60 underwear, suit 2.06
J 0 tin coffee pot 16: now .10
Wash has in.- 06
All goods must go as soon as isiseihle
K(iU8 TAKKN IN THAOK.
Vaughan's Racket Store
807 Main Street.
i 1 ii.llt-toii, : O.-etfoii,
Farmers Custom Mill
1 .eJ Walters, IT'iprteter.
50 suits ranging in price from $d.,50 to
$12.50 each sale price
$3.25 to $6.25.
A reduction of ui Bvon half. The sieea are broken; that
is tln roAion t hut w tre selling them m this i rednotion;
of tome kinds there are I, others 2 t' ;i k ind, from :r to
42 in si.iv
Clothing Dapattmenl ao Main Street)
I andniea. Chrtjirifi
hit Vihuir.i r, tin h i it it of n f.ntinti frunch ilHaMli Will Qijiroiiy rur rna nil
IMrVlHIN Id ll4. ItM N nl ll.c a . Ii. I . . a. I. it l It II ll ! . I ft BM lit .11
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