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,inen Torchon Lace
Worth 20c, 15c, 10c yard
See Display in North Window.
leaver Bros. Dry Goods Co.
CLOSING OUT SALE.
3NESDAY, FEBRUARY 2G, 1902.
ImeS A. nowuru, iuiui iuaua,
endley & Howard, flre Insurance.
I C 1 -. .. 1 1 . . . 1 1 . nt
eW invoice Ol uuvua m uuuv, ui.
Icest candy in the ci'y. . Dutton's
small ten dent piece buys a good
of gloves at Cleaver Bros. JJry
fek to see the Chicago leader hat.
$1.50, at Cleaver Bros. Un
Ivestigate and buy. Many a nifty
bat suits the eye at. the Big Bos-
he young men that are buying our
arat Pants are at peace witn tne
world and the Boston Store,
always easier to stand off and
cise than to rusn in anu neip.
your next suit at the Boston
you are wise don't carry around
depression which savors of a wish
but live happy in Gloria or
glas shoes. Boston Store.
sing o.t sale of our old line of
music that has always sold for
i 35c to 50c, at 10c per copy. The
store on Court street.
pr sale, at my warehouse on John-
street, between Court and Alta,
hacks good seed potatoes, at $1."B0
hundred pounds. B. B. Buring-
i ... X 1 ... I
lany people are leiung us mui
are going to make a change tnis
g and trade at the Boston btore.
want to be numbered with our
he homliest man In Pendleton as
as th handsomest, and otners
invited to call on any druggist
I get free a trial bottle of Kemps
kam for the throat and lungs, a
thnf Ih miarnteed to cure ana
bye all chronic and acute coughs,
pma, bronchitis ana consumpuL-u.
be 2Bc and 50c. For sale by 'lan-
i & Co., sole agents.
Hawley Bros, are still giving
dishes away with cash purchases.
Fresh creamery butter every Friday
at Leozer's Bakery, GO cents per roll.
Parsnips, carrots, cauliflower, cab
bage, sweet potatoes, at Hawley Bros.
Another shipment today of fresh
flower seeds, immense variety, lowest
For rent, seven-room houso, good
location. Inquire at Baker & Fol
som's furniture store .
Money to loan at lowest rates on
town or country property. J. R, Dick
son, East Oregoniau building.
Rooms in the East Oregonlan build-1
Ing for rent. Steam heated, Lot and
cold water and bath room in connec
tion. The Thursday Afternoon club will
meet Thursday afternoon at 2:30 at
the home of Mrs. S. P. Sturgis, on
John Seibert 1 as entered into part
nership with G. Schultz iu the tailor
COUNTY JUDGE HARTMAN
WRITES OF FINANCES.
The County Debt Was Slightly De
creased Last Year, and the Larger
Levy This Year Will Further lit,
Pendleton. Or.. IU ?ft t m
itor. The county court has been crlt-
u-.isea tor us action In levying a 2S
mill tax at the January term.
For the bettor Information of the
tax-payers, a table of valuations, lev
ies and expenditures Is herewith sub
mitted for their consideration, and.
besides, they are entitled to know
what is being done with their mono".
The fiscal year begins with July 1,
aud tho levy Is made lit Jami.trr. An
examinst'.on of the able wW' tJ.o
fact tnat the amounts levvd rev
eral years did not pay the actual ex
pense, let alone the interest charges.
niiu-H, in some years, amounted toj
mif uinn tia.uuu. to the amount
levied, there should be something
added for fees turned in by the clerk,
sheriff and recorder, "but allowance
must nlso bo made for abatements of
taxes, caused by erroneous assess
ments, double assessments and loss
on assessments of personal property,
which disappears before tax is col
lected, so. for this purpose, nelthor
will be taken Into account.
The amount of the state tax and
not making a higher levy last year.
as times are now good and we should
; stop paying Interest.
U would perhaps be unjust to maVe
I a high levy and allow any great,
amount of money to II Idle In our
, treasury, but wc should ston navlne ,
such large sums In Interest, and
times bolng good, now Is the time to'
pay the debts. '
During the year lSol our debt was
reduced f lf.22 and the Interest bear '
ing debt was reduced $S9,15I. (
We hope to make a material reduc
tion this year.
As an evidence that the people
want to save Interest and take advan
tage of all discount. It u cmlr
sary to visit tho sheriff's office and!
see the people taking advantage of1
tho 3 per cent rebate allowed. It paid !
before March 15.
An effort Is now being made to In
crease valuations enough to make a
total valuation ot $10,000,000 Thl
would obviate he necessity In many
school districts of making a special
levy as It would give a ?Sooo county .
school fund Instead ot $2S000, as at'
Any furthor explanation wanted by
any one will be cheerfully furnished '
and It seems unnecessary to state!
that the county officers are the peo j
pie's servants and should render anj
account of their stewardship at any1
O. A. HARTMAN, j
(Since the spirit of the above ut !
toranco luvltes suggestions, tho Hast
Oregonlan makes one, and that one!
Is, financial statements should be pub- i
icr. Valuation School Ocn'l Tot.l No. (Un'l
Kunds Tm Tax Mill Kxn.
1891 IdtlSl I WtSt ItMXS SO MUM
1-9J MI3J18 MUX! SOUS lfi05 2 f.VJU
lKtt WI91R 7H7i V17 1TU! 20 Wrs
iin TwxK muso sir."i iuwts is sms-
1S4 T0174T3 CM IS MM I MIS IS' TOrlM
l&W (MKVOO f9W MI'.H IPWUl IS (SIMS
1S97 02IS6M JP0M Ult IS fiUW
ISiW MfiiilSl W179 till SI lJISSt 50 rtJTVO
1S99 fi-tfiftS 7716 HUM lJIPOt IS
l'.mo WS.VXW 5.7WI 79-WV, 1.W1S 8,1 TOMS
1901 5600U 73W5 M37.S IMltU 'Jj
It Pays to Trade at the Peoples Warehouse.
THE PEOPLES WAREHOUSE
Reliable Goods Only.
A FINE CHANCE
For the women to turn "these dull
days" to good account by doing their
spring sewing. Embroideries can be
bought at such a price as wlfl mean . . ,
A BIG SAVING FOR YOU!
EMBROIDERIES and Inserting to match from
1 J2c up. You will find Embroideries in every
width and price here. All over Embroideries from
60c to $4.50 per yard.
Remember Friday Is Our Bargain Day
Watch for the Announcement of Our Spring Opening
J and S2
school tnx Is taken together, as that
is fixed by the legislature. A compar
ison of the general tax and tho gen
eral expenses, will show that In some ,
years the expenses exceed the Income !
by $10,000, and one year It was over)
llshed quarterly or at least soinl-nn
nually as tho law roqutres. for the
enlightenment of tho tnvpnyurs.)
Balances, January 1, 1902.
Sheriff's tnx account $ 3S.1S0.11 j
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Shop on Main street, next, iu.mt!
to Leezer's Bakerv 1 " lL lUA" Ulls tou,u ,,1U!'1 I
to ieezer s uauerj. i lor this year, and for the next four ,
Ulty anu country property lor su.e.
Houses rented, collections. Locate
$20,000, besides interest, which will Tax sales G.r.Ot.Ot;
average annually at least $12,000, bo-1 Scrip of other countlos... IR.tSI ;
ing a deficit of at least ?3S,000 in one J Cash, treasurer 38.C09.2O.
year. 1 Stnto tax (coyoto pay's).. R.f.Sr. 00 '
It may be of lntorest to stnto that (Net indebtedness 1111,762.32
'. J. Clarke & Co
211 Court Street.
lands subject to entry. Agent Home
Co-operative Co. Homes on easy pay
ments. Rihorn & Cook, room iu, over
Horn, to Mr. and Mrs. Dan Itich-
mond, of Warren station, Tuesday
morning, twins. One of them died
and the other one was alive at last
account. Dr. McFaul was the attend
If you are thinking of getting shade
and fruit trees, or ornamental trees,
shrubs, roses, etc., of best quality, be
sure and see J. M. Bentley, agent
Northwestern Nurseries. Office with
Hartman Abstract Co.
The republican county central com
mittee meeting is being held in the
court house this afternoon to set a
date for tho primaries and county
convention and to apportion tne
number of delegates to tho state convention.
E. T. Wade, the real estate dealer,
sold today the C. E. Hoover ranch in
Camas Prairie, consisting of 280 acres
and improvements, to A. P. Myrick,
of Helix, in consideration of $2250.
The land had been advertised by Mr.
Wade in the East Oregonian.
Lawton Standard. H. E. Krebs
this week sold his one-half interest
in tho Little Gold mining claims Nos.
1 and 2, to his partner, T; F. Johnson.
Tho claims are located iu the Rabbit
prfi?k country and give promise of
becoming rich producers in the near
Tho tdnctlon contest case, brought
by George D. Peoblor, to have the
votes cast for treasurer of Umatilla
county in 19o0 recounted, is expected
to come up this week. Mr. Peebler
was the democratic nominee, ubuiubi
Warrants outsinllng ....$107,307.10
Tax redemptions 187.79
Slate school fund 330.22
County school fund 12,7i'D.3&
School districts C.13IUU)
Tenders on taxes 1,177.29'
years at 49-1000 of the total expenses
of the stnte, nearly 1-20 of whatever!
the amount Is spent by the state, i
making it for this year, $4G,0S0. This
is a large amount, but as It was fixed
by our wise solons at Salem, wo must
abide by it, and hope the members
from this county did not allow us to , ,
be jobbed. . Total $192,700.75
For the next four years, Including; Indebtedness Jan. 1, 1901. .$135,975.87
the past year, each county is to make! Indebtedness Jan. 1, 1902.. 119,752.32
and file with the secretary of state,; , -I
a statement of all its expenses, ex-1 Indebtedness reduced during
ccpt the expenditure for roads, and! year $ 10,223.56'
our state taxes will be regulated .by ! Warrants outstanding Jan. 1,
A WONDERFUL MEDICINE.
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Wind unci rln Iu Hie Mom. Ii. M. k IU.t
nilie, (ji.MlnrM, I'lthirM nn.l tiIM Hr
moaU, Duilnc. nn.l nrow.tnrx tol.ll MIL
1'Iu.Iuiir. of llrt. if Aiitlt. Hliott.
!(( tttt-ath, CottvneM UIA li. on lilt
Mtn Dttutte4 tct, 1'iljiMful lut.ui.
mlull Nrrvxi. ml TrrmUlng enwllmn,
Ac TM fm post Will oivt Miiir in
TWtNii. MINUT15 T"!" '
Iki of brt I'lllt, ami I h(M w 111 Im ark
iuvl.HiCra to Ik. WITHOUT A RIVAL
m:i; ii aips imi.i.n iint Jii
Iwl will iuh Vly tr.t.ite l'cfiuUtottuiii.tt
licultti Thry nt.iititlyttnimtMj;ilW.
tluu or IrtrguUnly uf lite lytliui. Vgt
they net llknomtlc trw Acne will wotk
vrotiurr uyon iiic ni .jikhu. niiTuginrii.
New Lumber Yard
10 lviy nioc;, notyt'cloutii .
luir ibrmuaoiiUr Sv.tcut. icltitiic llif lunr
mt CompU lion, btlliKitiK Ink Hit kii
rtlctt (f nmxllte, aud iou.lu with ll
IttiM-tillUuf llrallli llm M'liul
KlrMl mirriiv uf tll lltinutll IltWf
it "Uctt" itnilUtl If lhouiil,
the amount we have expended. This
seems like a wise law and is certainly
an Incentive to economy. To make
It plainer, the less our county oxpoiiBe
Is, the less we must pay the state.
A mistake was undoubtedly made in
Warrants outstanding Jan. 1,
Interest bearing debt reduc
ed during year $ 29.151 05
latter had a majority of only riven.
Mr. Peebler then took the matter into
court and It lias been hanging lire
A circle of the Women of Wood
craft is to be organized at Mtlon.
The camu of Woodmen organized a
few mouths ago lias
prising strength and
and will send over fifty
the eastern Oregon
Pondloton. This Is nearly double
the number pledged.
cl uf Kcirly, nuJ out ol III lt gu4t-
ulFfl ll) (he Nfrvou. mud IVrlilllUWtt It
tut BEEOHAM'S PILLS hnv th
Lnrgoat Sals of any Patent '
Modlolnes In tho World.
Ilrm-liniii'a I'lIU Imti rt l.fiir
tlm iiilill fur linlf n (uliiry, him(
nrn I lip mi.t liuiulnr family innlli Inr.
N tr.tlinonUla ar iuIiIUIimI, m
RECOMMEND THEMSELVES. !
'iMti4 only by lliiiiun IWvIimiii, PU
IUImi., KuiCv 3UQ CmimI M.. Wt
!! e.orjrwliorw In Imiim, lOcmitl X0.
Pendlcton-Ukiah Stage Line
Huston ft Crnoy, Prop's. ,
Iavu I'endlt)U)n every tUy at 7 o'clock '
do no take enouKl,lI'lHl,y' lnr Vlt' ,twk' .N' !
do not tako enoutn , ,.,' m, ''in,i iiwui. iiiw.l u
Cray's Harbor Commercial Co
oppositu the V. & C. H. tlcpot
W. J SliWBLL, his ManaRcr
coming season. In the past I have .
spent much of my own money. Last
year's team cost mo a great deal
I cannot do It nil. The baseball
team Is not for mo; it Is for baseball
and for Walln Walla the love of the
gamo anil me wonare ot ino city
TKt.KfllON t HAH ic
Th Eul Oregonlan Is Castsrn Or
uuiuiuu ou.- ,.,., ... .,, .....M.tr in nnHlxt I cnit. "" "V . "i'..: 'i oort'. reoresenUllv DJipsr, It ISMS,
enthusiasm , , , TiJ 1 commotut ions. Jiuiiim irtnm nu - , ,.,i,f- u nrf .how
m.iHuionm . , , np i ,,. (lmriilli'lil v illK- ...... and the DSOnIS f)nrCll ll ana snow
Initiates to . , d ..., T""'. x ,ita it by Ihslr llbsral prona. It W
log-rolling at " ,.., ,,,, Wn ,v..n.. r..m u"'lu .iertlln'! m.dlum of this section.
1 ' ' 1111 I I I
BASEBALL AT WALLA WALLA.
Men Slow About Contribut
ing Money for It
Walla Walla may not have a base
ball team this season nfter all. Tho
people of Walla Walla have not the
requisite enthusiasm to contribute
sinoo Mm sum required to sustain a
S K. Yates, republican, for treasurer, I teftm m&pr the managoment of
and when the votes were counted tlie j sharpstoIn The Union in reporting
'., .ho Kit nation thoro says:
Manager Sharpsteln Is discouraged.
not. but it appears on the face of it
that that Is Just what baa happened."
The lack of enthusiasm and public i
spirit in Walla Walla Is no now thing
Pendleton Is a town of C500 people
and it bas raised a fund of $2000.
while Walla Walla, with 11.000 peo-
pie, has fallen down wlitui It came to,
KOEPPEN S DRUG STORE
Our Squirrel Poison and Strychnine, for exterminating squirrel, are
olthe htaudaid strength and purity.
Brown's Tree Soap.QuawU Chips, Waste Oil Sosp,
Farls Green, etc ,
Sheep Pulnt, Sheep Dip, Lamp Blft't snd Oil.
obtainable, guaranteed ag represented
All our goods are th&best
65 Steps from Mate Street Toward the Coart House
ThlBshrnnturei. on f
I ITp has not been given tne support
that is deserved. Merchants and bus
iness men have refused to contribute
toward the maintenance of a team,
iand when meetings wore called only
I a few of those who wore In the Imme
I dlate class of "cranks" came to take
nMinn nml iruarantoo their support.
lit is possible that if the sum desired!
. can be raised witutn ue n"
(days there may still be a team hi j
I Walla Walla during tho year
I i,ut a longer delay than tho time men
i tloned will mean the effort has boeu
! "There has been no sbowing of sup
port ' said Manager Sharpsteln last
lK to a few of the -old guard
who assembled at tho city hall to d s
...,o n, Hitimtlon and listen to the
lino w..- ... t. j i
report or tho committee wnrou uu
been appointed some time fo;.t';
solicit funds. "The people and ho-QPALGlNE
city and the business men Know wimi
we must have. The papers have made
the announcement and everyth ng has
been done that It was possible for
me to do to Insure the success of the
Victory at Last.
PALLING HAIR AND DANDRUFF
CAN BE CURED.
BYERS BEST FLOUR
To inako boo! brwul uh Hrefs' H'st Flour. It took first
prrnilum at Uia VUlcao World's FU OVr II Mmpsti.
tion, nd (tires eiwllniil Mtlsfsttloa wlirvr oswl.
Kvery wok Is KUrntMl W hr tho tt htimm
IMU-l )Uiy, l Hy itd ll4rd Burl.
PENDLETON ROLLER MILLS
W. S. HYIiUS, Proprietor.
Tho Latest Scientific Discovery
Cures all forms of Scalp
Diseases, such as Dan
druff, Baldness &c, and
will stop the Hair from
Falling out. As a Dross
ing it has no equal, keep
ing the Scalp and Hair in
a Healthy condition.
Imported Pcrchcron and Shite Stallions...
I w ICS PERCH 15 RONS.
,,, ,, dark ittvy, ysr oM, weight lam
Jl8 yean, old, weight lu4 IbW r JJ 45133 F. Jl. So. mWM.A. It.
jiouikU, AMik, 3 year old, weight 1750 Iw.
.. ii v. luvnv 1 It i.i... 'uJiirfii if It. Nn'lrffn. A. II.
I Jl , I year old, might 1K l-oumU. hlk, 2 yrnt old, wIkUI Uut ItUO
Hi., imtwl poimw
, lieraw yw old, weight alt w
I AL, a eon-lK.n.ient at BtnUlv. WmIi. The HUllloi.- .jSi
, We guarauu theui rw wn-.iitd lvJjmOi,
I Commcrdnl Htablw. Wudleton CAWbTtiN W'-g'nKg'iMr.
I .. . ,. i. .. wi.i.l butcher of tieatlle. Wiuh.,
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