Linen Torchon Lace. Worth 20c, 15c, 10c yard: February price ; 5c yd. See Display in North Window. Cleaver Bros. CLOSING SATURDAY, MARCH 1,1902. BREVITIES. 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 Jkloorhouse. A small ten cent piece buys a good pair of gloves at Cleaver Bros. Dry Goods Co. Ask to see the Chicago leader hat. Only $1.50, at Cleaver Bros. Dry Goods Co. 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 Rogers J847 Knives, Forks, Spoons in the plain bright design. Spoons; Tea at J1.20 Spoons, Table at,... 2.35 VorkH, fMefl) at ... 2 38 Knlves(Ro'ndh nlle)1.90 XOUIS HUNZLKER, Jewtar aad Optician. Next door to It. Alexanders. KOEPPEN'S DRUG STORE f"jr 8ln,el Polaon and 8trvchnlne, for exterminating squlrreli are olthe standard strength and purity. m V 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. OUT SALE. 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 Taylor's store. 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 gister. 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. 3 Toward the Court Hopce M H JUDGE ELLIS DISSOLVES THE INJUNCTION. 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 court 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 court. 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 the genuine. PENDLETON ACADEMY DEBATE. "The Rich Boy vs. the Poor Boy" The Negative Side Won School Paper Read. 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 gon. HOTEL ARRIVALS. The Pendleton. 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. A. Sinsheimer. 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. Henry Bunting. A. W. Kroutlnger, Lewlston. Rooms In the East Oregonian build tng for rent. Steam heated, Lot and ?old water and bath room In connec tion. i 900 Washes Fishing Tackle ..Barbed Wire.. W. J. Clarke & Co OPERA HOUSE BLOCK passapleasant even ing playing Pool or Billiards at GoIdcnRttlc Pool and Billiard Parlor J. E. PLATTER, Prop. 213 Court Street. If You Want to Buy or Sell A house A lot A farm A horse A cow A Piano A dog A wagon 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. Everybody hereabouts reads it. Don't you? It Pays to Trade at the Peoples Warehouse. THE PEOPLES WAREHOUSE ...Reliable Goods Only... As1 to colors, solid eftccts are best. The main point is not how much work or how much trimming, but what good effects can be produced and what natty and nob by ideas can be put in shape, cut and arrangements of trimming. Without a doubt we will show you the best assortment. Come in and look them over; it won't cost you anything. Stunning ami Stylish Silk Blouses that fasten In the back; n deep yoke tuoked lengthwlso; the full bust oiled ia supplied by broad ulruu- lar tucks; deep printed novelty cull', In all the 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 Agents patterns PENDLETON, OREGON. BYERS' BEST FLOUR To make good bread use Byers' Bat Flour. It took first premium at the Chicago World's Fair over all compotr tion, and gives excellent satisfaction wherover nsed. Every sack is guaranteed. Wo have the best Steam Rolled Bailoy, Send Rye and Beardless Barley. PENDLETON ROLLER MILLS W. S. BYERS, Proprietor. AN ABSENT MINDED MAN" Mat ik elect to nolle? when hU carrliiRO or wa con needs ron.iirlnir. when thpro Is a bolt loote. a hub or fspolco kprunp, or when the running gear Is in nc. 1 of oveihuullnr, until ho inooU with some accident on the nine! or whom It will mnka double eznonse to have It raDalrcd. Our charges are to reasonable that .thero In no reu se n lor ueiay. NEAGLE BROTHERS Water 3t.,n arJIuln, Pendleton, Oregoa, V KENTUCKY WHISKEY Sold by JOHN 80HMIDT The Louvre Saloon PENDLETON OHKGON You get What you buy from us. Bid Stock of WOOD, COAL, SAND & BRICK. ,..VVe do... Trucking & Transferring. Laatz Bros. The East Crenonlan la Eastern Or. gon'd representative paper. It leads, anH h nfinnln snnrwnlatai I anrl .hnui It by their liberal patronage. It la the Muvvfuamu mvuium or wile lection 1 Mail Orders Filled Send for Samples. Where are You Going? To The New Lumber Yard to buy nice, new clean, bright lumber. Gray's Harbor Commercial Co., opposite the W. & C. R. depot PENDLETON, OREGON. W. J. SEWELL, : : : : Manager TRANSFER, XJRTUCJKING, STORAGE. CROWNER BROS. TJtLXPHONK VAIN . . 1. L,. Ray & Co., Bay and Mil Stocke, Bonds and Grain (or oaah or on narglut. New York Steele Bxcfeaagc. Chicago Stock Bxchaage. Chicago Beard ef Trad. art enr, fmmttlmtmm. Or; Farmers Custom Mill Pre WaHere, Pretrteter. Oapaoltr. uo barreU a day, flam exekaag4 ler wheat, xlear, Mill rfta4,0k0B4 reed, w., WH eaaaafi.