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About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 27, 1901)
Commencing Thursday, Nov. illst.
we will aell all of our large stock of
Boots and Shoes
at a great reduction. We must re
duce our stock and in order to ac
complish this prices will he
Cut and Slashed
Nothing will escape the slaughter
except the vueen Quality Shoes,
which are contract goods. The
chance of a litetiirc to get the lest
uM)ds in the market for less than
they are worth. Call ivly before
sizes are hroken.
Terms Spot Cash.
The Boot and Shos Wn.
AXE WIELDERS ARRANGE
Itert Carl. a former Pendieton bo
is here from bit home In Portland
Louia Kan. a prominent Walla
Walla business man waa In Pendleton
visiting friends yesterday
1. 1- Johnson and J. W. Noble will
leave today for Portland to siend a
tew day pleasure seeking
George Gillette. Western Union
messenger bo has been off duty
sin- Saturday on account of Illness
W, U Able, oi Echo stopped at
the Golden Rule Hole: Z'.Z-' ?n
his way home from a visit to Port
J. W. Jones and family returned
where they spent a few days visiting
We have jutt unpacks
our own importation o
8weet cider at R Martin's.
G W Tape. o( Hot Lake, is regie
tered at Hotel Pendleton
Ali kind of wgjatsbtas, celery, tmr
keys ducks and geese at R. Martin s
Arthur Olhsen. the contractor. !
out agalr. from a severe strain of ly
back, which has confined him to hi
unniH for the past week.
J W UentM. o: Walla Walla, cous
In of Mrs. J. H Wallace of this city
was visiting her yesterday. He left
on the evening train for Spokane.
Otto Metscnan who has been In tin
furnishing department of R Alexau
J. F Robii
tack of lumt
iiauu.ae siurt nr.
Portland to return r.
proprietor of the
had a severe at
at his offlo this
morning and had to be taken hom
in a cab.
TJ.um Thomson, a wealthy Batata!
man trom Dnyton. Wash., stopped
over last night at the Guldei. Ru.
Hotel on his way to Vklar tQ loo!:
after mialng property.
James li. Welch manager :
tlM Fraaer Opera House leaves to
night kg i- present at the opening of
Bcker's new theater in Portland to
dinner tomorrow at
tnurant. They will
a.-ant. frog legs Bel
urkey No pains will
Id this the biggest
I by this popular ss
:vat.- sai- this week
FOR A LOG ROLLING
WITH BAKER CITY CAMP
Pendletor Woodmen Elect Officers and
Appoint s Delegate.
Pendleton Camp. Ko, 11, Woodm-1
of the World, met last eveninc In I
0. O. F. Temple and elected Uh fbl
lowing officers for the ensuing bsTB
Consul. J. P. Karl, advisor A F.
Owen: banker. J E Mean, clerl
P Walker escort F. Ft KlfkpatT
watchman C 3 Htlsa-d sentr;. ' K
txipuls. manager J I Krau!'
They also elected .1 P Walker as a
delegate to a convention te bs btM
In Raker City IVcember IS to u-rin.
for a log rolllns of all the camis In
Eastern Oregon The loc rolling ll
expected to be at some centra! point
in this territory aoflM ttnx IB
March ami the Woodmen of lb World
enrwct to make this an event la the
history long to be remembere.;
aide the other business Incidental to
the camp, three applicants van intro
dnred Into the mysteries of Wood
craft The camr In this city I? It
very proeperous condition It n
1. as an enrollment of Ml BMMbafi tr
Tru law compels the sherlC to
sell all lands on which taxes have not
BUM an.! that such sab W
held later than March 1st of
the year succeeding the year It. which
the lew is made.
T The property will be sold to the
person biddlna the lowest rate of in
and certiflcataa will m issned
irofor and deeds given to such
rorperty told, nnleee redecmc.: r
ihVeeyears from the date o after, sale
v !i BLAKTJ8T.
Sheriff T'matr.la County. Oregon.
Ri , inter county court
SENDS SFKOMi DELEGATION
IDAHO HAS A STRONG
WOOL GROWERS A&S N.
Monte B Cwmn. Secretary. Speaks o'
Monte H. Owmn. secretary Oi
Idaho Won. a?.0' ;.ri"t.
Boise, waa in the city yesterday M
Owmn says that the Idaho asaociatiot
will send a delegation -'' strong of
the largest and most influential sheep
men of the state in special cars to
tu. National Livestock and Wool
Cbi &gu the tira v..-- i. - --
They expect to take the convention
bv storm and have resolutions passed
oeiore me iu -maKers u. lue cu-.oi
which will be to the interest of '
greatest number of stockmen u
they hope to accomplish much gi
toward this end
v. RONG MR. WRIGHT' TONIGHT
Goao Recommendation Comes From
Walla Walla Manager. Van De
Water. Mains.' Luues P. Welch, of the
(Prat, rod this telegram from
c f Van IvWater. manager of th
Walla Walla Theater:
Walla Walla N IT. "WfBM Mf
W-iaht" Is excellent Pont be afraid
- -mmend to your patrons "
The NMVaag nt.oenr in Pendleton
few seasons ago It waa generally
OTHitfl Itaal minstrelsy was dead, a
an pattlaf doomed to an early
am! urwept end The idea was erro
neous ho-ever and no bettor fllus
t ration as to tin falsity of this asser
tion can le offered than 'hat of the
f'.us Sun American minstrels, who will
appear at the Fraer the nlgbt of
tgflbor 4 Theatrical managers are
unanimous on tlx statement that mln
ft-.';. la 'Ui of the permanent fix
tures o'. amusement The Sun mln
trvll rani- among the fonmost. and
w. fee: safe )r assuring our readers
U evening's entertalnm-n' MB of
Another Free Gift Sale
Witli even- fjaast c
, ' o " "r overcoat.
nice hat or a good watch, stem set .nj "
Twenty per cent, discount on
Ladies Fura. You can t heat
Kcmemher largest stock of ROods ,n tk
lect from and prices guaranteed the lowesi i
Vours to pie,.
I'asha has h''n apiwlnted
Ot Snuta-I Asia Minor.
Mr Gwiiu. say
largest and strongeat liv
wool growers' associations
cln northwest. If not In I
State's, that they ar well
and work In harmony for
of the stockmen, and tti.v
idned efforts for good canri
mated. The as latlot. hi
bershtp In the state of b
an ', s
mt HARKET IS NOW WEAKER
W H E. AT GOES OFF HALF
A CENT IN PENDLtT-N
indications Are That No immediate
Improvement Will Occur.
Again there la a slump iu local
wheat price. Liverpool and - afttarr
markets were off a little y- .
and thi effect us (!' ..iv It
IS qUOteii (
a few day
out had .t
Nfet pfodttCM better
i;oods :han ITC .an show
Made cn a Modest Lait
and intended for a husy
man s business shoe Tbe
oygt .ne t our new itvlt lining room nj
a lowtr thu ever before for" such ramS
"'k at them, they are worth it. even if vJ
parcheeing. Oar new shipment! inciud J
LTiiite novelties. i ome in anvhow aurj
uHANCE on the $0OuOO pteniom.
Main and Welb streets, m. A. RADfl
AIRTIGHT HE ATI
1 have a full line of the celebrated
WikhJ and C'tal stnve- guarantearl io
le ebeeiniely air tight. Noneofthi
heat i wasted and the stoves will
cave ijytj ri a i , r oi your raei w. II
.i full line of cast cook stoves and Met! mM
Prices u- the lowest, quality consiuettc I
T C. TAYLOR, the Hardwarel
7dl Main street
etorj fhrefon J
We lia'V thtr I :Im'm iiur.-n itli
its dignity the emiueii' Higl H.'kiuul
froli. IU elllioeliev. tilt: Cuuri U 'UiM-
ou ile iuarv. liief l'w in hi tuggvrT
and sober and "leua i'i.- ' witli
IT DOKT i MT ANY
THING tO I.(H)K A'l
Owl Tea House
Fine Teas and Coffees.
ui)- entir. household furniture of
and dining room furniture Mrs. J
SheuemiHii corner Webb and Johnson
Mar-iage licenses have hen U
u'. from the clerk's office today to
the following: Gibson M Morrisun
and Ada Marquis, both young people
of Adam and Peter Hung, ot Morrow
ount. and PfMSMM L Hwdford of
i luatilla county
No Turkey Raffias in Cleveland.
Cleveland. O.. Motr. 17. For th
rintt time in anumb r of yearn thei
will be no raffle of Thanksgi'. .u ur
keys in the saloons of this city to
night Mayor Tom L. Johnson ha
issued an order to the police to pro
hibit all sucl. raffles
Don't Have Cold Feet
When you can prevent it by wearing a pair of our
Warm Lined Shoes.
We liM have a nne agsortment of Kelt and Knitted Slippers
in all colors for ladies and children
646 Main St. The Pendlotoa Shoe Co.
An up to date Repair Shop in tuaoectioo with our store.
IT WILL PAY TO PAY
VOUP. TAXES PROMPTLY.
Sr- :s P'ioo Oelinqijen:,
Firit Monday in April
s ... iff Biakely had ir ,nr
At the lai
a n w law
1st. . ami In HiiiiHtaiic. i. ..- j,,
1 If you pay your taxes i
(or March IS you will be allowed a
rei.at- of :! iter cnt
2 If von pay your tax.
Ma ret 15th and m to and Ipelnd
mg the first Monday in April there
will not be any rebate allow. .
neither will there be any gwMitJ af
3 If your taxes are not paid on
before the first Monday of April they
will I. .-come delinquent whet, tlcrr.
will be added a penalty of 1" p.-;
and the tax will also draw interes' r
the rate of t? ier cent pat annua
addition to the penalty
I If von pay one-half of your taxes
on or before the first Mondav p April
then the remaining half may run up t.,
and including the first Monua'
tober following but If tbs last naif
of tax due is not paid by the first Men
dav of October It becomes delinquent,
mi tber- will Ik- added t . h bal
ance a penalty of 10 per cent and In
addition such balance will h?ar inter
est a' the rate of 12 per cent per ge
es' at the arte of 12 per cent per an
num from the ftrs Mondav i, prll
9. On all personal property taxes
" ne half is not paid on or before
the first Monday In April the ia M
lela the sheriff to levy upon and CsxV
iect the aamr after May 1st hence to
prevent a levy upon personal property
after May lat It will be necessary for
on. tialf to be paid as above stated
rti w. -
1 V tr-
Wr have nidi' -p. arrsog-
menu to bave s large ortraetsf
every Uniig in our u- Eat Theses
giving trade, and will hs able
take oare of onr order is pl
shape and to your entire SSttSfSt-
a, i.tur p'leas will b- right ssd
ur goods of the best lo I obtained.
Turkey., Duck, Geese.
F. S. VOUNQER 4 M
WE WILL SHOW
The Most Cow j) fete
Line of Fancy
Ever Shown in Pendleton. The New Designs
CHRISTMAS GIFTS for 1901 are Indescribable.
They W ill Soon be on Display. We Will Cheerf
Show You the l ine.
TALLMAN & CO. J
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