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Linen Torchon Lace.
Worth 20c, 15c, 10c yard:
February price ;
See Display in North Window.
SATURDAY, MARCH 1,1902.
James A. Howard, farm loans.
Hendley & Howard, Are insurance.
Dressed chickens, celery and let
tuce. Hawley Bros.
Nicest candy In the chy. Dntton's
Ice cream chocolates.
Package and bulk garden and flow
er seeds. Hawley Bros.
Wanted Woman to do general
housework In family. Apply to Lee
A small ten cent piece buys a good
pair of gloves at Cleaver Bros. Dry
Ask to see the Chicago leader hat.
Only $1.50, at Cleaver Bros. Dry
Wall paper, wall paper! Where?
At Sharp's big wall paper store, opera
house block, Court street
Money to loan at lowest rates on
town or country property. J. R. Dick
son, East Oregonian building.
Closing o-t sale of our old line of
sheet music that has always sold for
from 35c to 50c, at 10c per copy. The
music store on Court street
John Fisher, of Adams, has pur
chased residence property in Pendle
ton of D. B. Thomas, and will move
his family to his new home within
the next few days.
R, Martin, the grocer, offers for
rent the upper floor of his new build
ing on Main street, containing 24
rooms, and one of the stores on the
lower floor. Fine location for a lodg
ing house and the store room is in
the heart of the business district
We will, for this week only, ending
jUarch 8th, offer at a special low price
Knives, Forks, Spoons in the
plain bright design.
Spoons; Tea at J1.20
Spoons, Table at,... 2.35
VorkH, fMefl) at ... 2 38
Jewtar aad Optician. Next door to
KOEPPEN'S DRUG STORE
f"jr 8ln,el Polaon and 8trvchnlne, for exterminating squlrreli are
olthe standard strength and purity.
foraytal SPiQu"!' Chips, Whale Oil Soap, Pari Green, etc.,
8heep Paint, Sheep Dip, Lamp BU'k and Oil. All our good are the beat
obtainable, guaranteed aa repreaented.
65 Steps from Main Street
Dry Goods Co.
Big red apples, best In the market
at Hawley Bros .
City and country property for sale.
Houses rented, collections. Locate
lands subject to entry. Agent Home
Co-operative Co. Homes on easy payments-
Rlhorn & Cook, room 10, over
The Jolly Club entertained their
friends again last night in La Dow
hall, with one of their delightful
dancing parties. The largest crowd
that has attended any of these dances
was present, there being quite a num
ber of visitors from Walla Walla and
i other neighboring towns.
, Joseph H. Parkes is a candidate for
the nomination for justice of the
peace, subject to the will of the repub"
llcan party for Pendleton district.
! Mr. Parkes served in the office for a
number of years with satisfaction to
the public, and he seeks the trust once
more at the. hands of the people.
Lizzie P. Baiter vs. William W. Ba
ker, Is the title of a divorce action,
filed with the county clerk this after
noon. Mr. and Mrs. Baker were mar
ried in Eugene, March 10, 1900, and
plaintiff alleges that defendant desert
ed her without cause or provocation
October 15, of the same year. They
have one child, which she asks the
court to appoint her as guardian of,
Peter West is attorney for plaintiff,
ONLY 1032 VOTERS.
Thjs is the Number who Have Regis
terjbd up to 5:30 p. m. Saturday.
Are you one of the 4000 voters in
Umatilla county who have not regis
tered, but are entitled to a vote at
the next June election? That is'the
estimated number of legal voters in
Umatilla county, who have not vis
ited the county clerk's office or gone
before a notary public and affixed
their names to the registration books
or blanks provided for that purpose.
If you belong to this crowd it stands
you in hand to visit the clerk's office
at an early date as possible and re
gister, for if you put it off for a fen'
days longer you may put it off again,
and In the rush that Is sure to come
In the last days for registration you
may not be able to register at all, or
circumstances may prevent you from
getting to a place where you can re
At 5 o'clock Friday evening Regis-
tratlo nClerk Kennedy had caught up
with the outlaying districts of the
county and had all the names ser.1
in on blanks transferred to the regis
tration books, which contained just
1032 names. Every voting preciuct
had one or more voters rpIsteret,
except Cottonwood precinct, in the
east end of the county, and Umatil
la precinct In the west end.
Friday was the banner day for re
gistering, since the boo.s ave ixen
opened, 50 men havi'ig risked the
court house yeste-day ai.J affixed
their names to the books, thexvby
saying that they wlsu:d a voI.,c in rfce
politics of ihe county r.t i tie next re
gular election, as well a.s at the prl
mary elections soon to occur.
Toward the Court Hopce
JUDGE ELLIS DISSOLVES
This-Strengthens the Cause of the
Mayor and the Four Councllmen
Who Support Him.
The fight over the marshal and re-
cordorshlps waxes warmer every day
and the feeling among the people
grows more intense.
Wha twill be the outcome Is what
every citizen who has the Interests of
the city at heart would like to know
hut seemingly the end Is no nearer
than It was several weeks ago. Citi
zens are getting very tired of the
fight and would like to see It settled
and the" official business of the tow
again running without a jar.
Friday afternoon Judge Ellis dis
solved the injunction which was
brought by Heathman and Beam 10
keep Blakley and McCourt from at
tempting to serve in the offices of
marshal and recorder, in accordance
with the wish of four of the council
men and Mayor Hailey, who put then
selves on record last Wednesday
night that the old officers should stop
down and out and let the new men
take their places, and the attorneys
for Heathman and Bean wsre glvm
the statutory time of 24 hovrs to fi.y
their answer1 to this ruling o! tb
Heathman Willing to Quit.
It was the Intention of Heathman
and Beam this nlorning to give up
the fight and Mr. Heathman told Joe
Blakley, the new marshal, that he was
sick and tired of the whole affair and
would deliver over his star and other
property belonging to the office this
evening. Since that time, however.
Heathman has changed his mind and
now he says that he will "fight the
thing to the end." This change of
heart was made after consulting with
his legal advisers and those who are
backing him. Had they told him that
the best thing to do was to drop the
fight, that is holding up the whole
town just because of the personal
feelings of two or three men on" a
side, who are pitted against each
other and who are determined to
fight as long as they have a ghost of
a show, and some of them when they
know they have no chance to win,
the muss would now be on the eve of
settlement. Heathman says that it is
not costing him much to prolong the
fight and it is the "principal of the
thing" that causes hi mto resist. It is
known that Heathman is not paying
the bills to carry on the fight, as one
prominent man in the business cir
cles of the town said this morning
that some of the "heaviest tax payers
in the city are putting up the money."
What they are doing it for no one
seems to know, and these "heavy tax
payers" volunteer no information.
Attorneys File Answer.
The attorneys for Heathhan and
Beam have filed their answer to Judge
Ellis findings in the mandamus case
argued Friday and the argument will
be made Monday. What will be the
outcome of this move on the scenes,
no one knows, but if the judge decides
against Heathman and Beam, it will,
end the fight in the district court, but
it will probably be carried to a higher
Passing of the Cable Car.
A few years ago the cable system of
street car propulsion was considered
decidedly the best, but, since the in
ventlon of the trolley system the ca
ble Is being rapidly replaced and
many ecperts now claim that com
pressed air will eventually be the
street car power of the future. In
all lines of industry we see improve
ments being made, but In medicine
there is one remedy that Is impossible
to Improve upon, and that is Hostet
ter's Stomach Bitters. It will not
not fail to cure dyspepsia, Indigestion,
sour stomach, constipation, liver and
kidney troubles, or malaria, fever and
ague. Take It at the first symptoms
of any of these diseases and it will
give prompt relief. Be sure to get
PENDLETON ACADEMY DEBATE.
"The Rich Boy vs. the Poor Boy"
The Negative Side Won School
The Academy students held another
of their regular weekly debating con
tests Friday evening. The subject un
der discussion was: "Resolved, that
the rich boy has a poorer chance to
attain success in this world than the
poor boy' The honors were won by
the negative side, composed of Coie
Walker, Elmer Sullivan, Elmer Yates
and Ernest Ruppe. The affirmative
side was represented by Jesse Crock
et, Bessie Campbell, Blanche Whittc-
more, and Stanley Yates.
In addition to the debate, a paper
called the "Academyv Zeltung," with
Ruby Whittemore, Myrtle Hawkcs
and Mable McDlll, as editors, was
read. A vocal solo was rendered by
Miss Myrtle Hawkes at the opening
of the exercises.
The department of the Geological
Survey at Washington, has recently
issued a jubllcatlon by Waidemar
Lindgreen, entitled "The Gold Belt of
the Blue mountains In Oregon, which
will be of incalculable value in mak
ing known the possibilities of Ore
S. Harris, Portland.
J, J. Burns, Portlar..-
T. W. Jackson, PorUaml. v
Colin S. Dyment, Walla W&lln.
F. W. Walte. San Ftaucoo
Charles S. McNlchols, Momonce, 111.
Ben Solomon, Spoknne.
Thomas M. Chamberlain, Montana.
John Fleming, Portland.
Frank Wilbur, Portland.
J. W .Close, Cincinnati.
George F .Roberts, Portland.
Maholle B. Beattle, Weston.
Merle M. Benttio, Weston.
T. L. Blackmail, Spokane.
E. H. Burke, Spokane.
George T. Coyne, Portland.
E. A. Poyneer, Tacomn.
E. R. Cox, Athena.
C. E. Kuykendall, Pomeroy.
George H. Fitzglbbons, Portland.
M. S. Marks, Portland.
W. S. Berdan, Jr., Portland.
W. Rosenblatt, San Frauclsco.
Mrs. Rosenblatt, San Francisco.
Dr. A. E. Uroden, La Grande.
Maud Thompson, New Providence.
J. L. O'Brien, New Providence. Ia.
J. T. Wallace, Albion.
Mrs. E. P. Baker, Albion.
J. A. Lewis, Rockford, 111.
Gilbert Hunt, Walla Walla.
M. H. Patton, Spokane.
A. S. Heatfield, Spokane.
The Golden Rule.
C. Berquest and wife, Reno, Nev.
J. H. Fredweg, Portland.
A. Melhn nnd wife, Walla Walla.
Charles Lee and wife, Spokane.
F. W. Schenck, Valparaiso.
E. A .Paynor, Tacomn.
W. B. Cassil, Walla Walla.
Marguerite Irons, Miltou.
F. J. Gardner, Portland.
Mrs. J. E. Lourall.
S. A .Frans, Spokane.
Fred Bents, Butteville.
W. F. Kyle, Calwell.
A. E. McBreen, Portland.
F. A. Davis, Mutter Creek.
C. A. Pederson, Astoria.
H. Connell, Umatilla.
B. H.Doherty, Heppner.
W. C. Kent, Holdman.
Jas. S. Baker.
E. B. Morelock, Elgin.
A. W. Kroutlnger, Lewlston.
Rooms In the East Oregonian build
tng for rent. Steam heated, Lot and
?old water and bath room In connec
i 900 Washes
W. J. Clarke & Co
OPERA HOUSE BLOCK
ing playing Pool or
Pool and Billiard
J. E. PLATTER, Prop.
213 Court Street.
If You Want to
Buy or Sell
OR ANYTHING ELSE
Put an add In the
classified columns of
the East Oregonian,
as there Is no other
means of securing so
great an audience to
your needs as
through the eolume
of this paper.
reads it. Don't you?
It Pays to Trade at the Peoples Warehouse.
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Stunning ami Stylish Silk Blouses that fasten
In the back; n deep yoke tuoked lengthwlso;
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latest shades at
Other pretty styles at $G nud $10 each, In black and colors, all inado dif
ferent from any you have yet seen.
Watch for the announcement of our Spring Opening.
II WIS I
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