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That have the wearing
quality anil give perfect
and comfortable lit are
the kind we handle.
Our special hIhx for
boy wiar like Iron.
son & Co.
GOOD SHOES CHEAP.
Cranston, of Keating, a Ranch.
er for t& years, muvco ,w , v.,.,.-
in l. Cranston, one of the pio-
. ...1.-... fnimt li-llfll
IB (.CI 11 VllVftUU niv.n -
Ls a hole In tlio ground, will depart
Is evening for Pondlcton, where no
111 resldo In thu future. .Mr. Cran
in began -ranching on Lower l'ow
Rr at Keating 23 years ago. ins
resent ranch, wlilcli at mat unie
ja- a vast waste of sagebrush, Is one
the most beautiful and profitable
the river. Last year the ranch
(tpil him J2.S00. It Is now In
arco of Mr. Cranston's sons. K. 1
anston has been a potent factor In
building of llakcr county. His
inv friends regret his doparture,
fit his hi!3iness Interests In Pendle-
in demand his attention. He will
i accompanied by his lamlly. liali-
Church South Territory
At the annual conference of the
. B. Church, South, the territory
ts divided Into two districts Instead
one, as heretofore. Tho two ills
cts will bo known as the Pcndle
n and Spokano districts.
ITho growth of the church In this
irrltory In both number and mem-
fjrshlp made It necessary to divide
Into two districts. The place of
hiding thu district conference for
e Pendleton district has not
'ten decided. The conference will
i held noxt spring,
Who Is It that does not ap
ireclate a sweet, delicate odor,
especially of tho dainty, last
ing kind? Wo have the largest
lino of Imported aud domestic
perfumes In Eastern Oregon.
A few of our leading Imported
Azurea, La Trefle,
Peau d' Eipagne,
Violette de Parme, J
Indian Hay, 3.
And many more of the same
quality In b-ilk as well as In J
: TALLMAN & CO,
DELI CIO US
IS OUR GOLD MEDAL
It is perfection in the butter making art.
It is always sweet and good.
It is recognized as the liest product that conies from
It is a butter once tried, always used.
It is handled in Pendleton exclusiveh hv
P. S. YOUNGER & SON
TWO-THIRDS INCREASE IN
ALL ASSESSABLE PROPERTY.
Many More Acres of Tillable Land
Greater Number of New Buildings
Are In the Towns Over Ten
Thousand More Cattle Assessed
Than Last Year.
County Assessor C. P. Strain has
completed the summary of the tax
roll, and It Is now ready for collec
tion. Tho Job has been long and te
dious, lor each Item has had to bo
gone over and tho different Items
added together;, and from them the
totals were taken. Then each total
was compared with the total of the
last year, and tho summary thus
made. It is valuable in that It shows
tho Increase or decrease In tho dif
ferent Items and the condition of the
county as regards all things taxable.
Ono thing that attracts the eye is
tho Increase In the number of acres
of tlllnblo land. In the year tho es
timate of the hinds that are under
cultivation or are capable of being
cultivated has grown 64,511. This
speaks well tor tlm development of
tho county In the last 12 months. On
tho other hand, thh acreage of non
tillable land has decreased, but not
In tho proportion that the tillable has
Increased It seems that In tho past
Acre.- 190-' Acres li0:
Acres, till. lands j?-
Amp non-tlll. lauds fil,BJ4
Tnm. nn deeded land
Town mid city lots
Imp, on mis
Imp. on tmdeeded lands
Ml. it. It. lied. Tel'c. mid lel'p lines
Htnt. Eng. and Mfg. Mclir.v.
Milne, stock lii trade
.Money ami notes ,
Shares bank stock -
Horses ami mules
Sheep and goats
Gross value of all property
Net value of all property
increase ih.-h percem
Land Office Still Closed.
U (Irande, Sept. 21. (Special to
East Oregonlan) The land nflicc at
this place Is still closed, pending the
acceptance or the bond of K. W
Davis, the newly appointed legis'.er
The general land ofllce has bec-i wir
ed twice for Instructions, bin at :i:3n
this evening no reply ha li'-en ie
celved. John P. McManus in Town.
John P McManus, editor of the
Pilot Hock Itecord, and owner of the
sweetest temper and gentlest pet coy
ote In Umatilla county. Is In the city
on a brief business visit today
The Merchants' Cafe.
Keeps constantly on hand Import
ed lleberv irst, Frankfortors, Ham
burg eels, crawfish, crabs, oysters,
all kinds of cheese. Hot merchants'
lunch dally from 11:30 a m. to 2 p. m.
Why u-o gelatine and
spend Hours saucing,
ami colmiug wbt-n
prwluwj Iwttw rtults in two ininuteaf j
Ivvrytmuj,'iuth('iMck.it'. himiuyniidtiot I
wuiyruuniK'tuicuoi, ii'.iiH'necuou. Aur :
.vt.. i.i (I... 1 It . .. X l.t . 1 I
.'ruuilstfttucuol, ll'H perfection. Am " i"!.,. ..v.
j to Hut lvniiewifi-. No trouble, less ex-1 reformed Jews confined tho celebra
te. Try It tiMlny. In Four Fruit Flo. j ,on , 0110 av but iim(II1 e or(ho.
i! Lemon, Orange, htrnwbtrry, llasp- , ,, ,
y. At grocers. lOo. llox HcbrowB, the festival lasts for
some of the land that Is now rated 1
as tillable has ueen g
tillable. Mr. Strain has done away
with this In part.
A significant thing thai is not c ,
i nccrssment s tlie iaci mil,
there Is little, or hardly any, Improve
ment In the way of building In the
country. All of tho building that is
being done Is In the cities, while on
the farms the old houses are still
being used, while If he owner wishes
to build he comes Into tho city to
build his house. This Is due In part
, .h tendency of the owner of land
to come to the city to live and rent
There Is little desire on the
part of the owner to build for tuo
man who lives on the land, as long
as he can get the same rent for his
nronerty with out tho extra expense.
Tiw. nrratest Increase
- t. . lint 1
in uiu ".
Is noticed In tho cattle. It Is ostl
mated that there are 10,412 more cat
tie In tho county tMs year than last
e In tho county tM. year than
,. ,,lnn nf the stock Is not
, n.i i ti,B sumo rat o as the
numbers. The assessor lias coumcu
all cattle as yearlings that are
months old or over. Counting these
In his assessment the average as
sessable value of tho cattle of tho
county will be $8. which will rato tho
stock at $24 a head This Is thought
to be a reasonable rato of valuation
by the assessor, and has been accept
ed by the stockmen of the country.
The Increase In all assessable val
ues lor this year has been (!4.r,7 per
JEWISH NEW YEAR BEGINS
EVENING OF SEPTEMBER
Has lleen Seldom Celebrated in This
City, But Is an Important Observ
ance In Some Parts of This State
Two Other Jewish Festivals at
an Early Date,
Beginning this evening the Jewish
people will observe their now year.
In connection with tho celebration
of this event there Is a two-days'
holiday celebration. The Jews of
this city have not been in the habit
of celebrating the holiday In this city,
but in other cities of this part of tho
state It Is made n great event in
the year among those of the Jewish
fulth. Hut In most of the cities only
the first clay of the two Is observed
In an active manner, and then tho
stores are closed and It Is a time of
Tho Jewish New Year, reckoned by
the new moon of tho seventh month,
TIsri, ushers in tho civil year,
ceehvat0n of Hosh Hashanali
. . , . . .
Tlsri, ushers in tho civil year. The
T.....I, ...... n 1 .
iwo nays, nusiness is generally sus
pended and the synagogues
tluoiiged with worshipers.
In the book of Leviticus, chapter
xill, 24-25. Kngllsh version, Is the fol
lowing: "Speak unto the children of Israel
saying, in the seventh month In the
first day of the month shall yo have
a Sabbath, n memorial or blowing of
trumpets, a holy convocation. Ye
shall do no servile work therein,
but yo shall offer an offering made by
the fire unto the Lord."
Yom Kippur will be October 1. ani
the Feast of Tabernacles, Octobtr tl
Returned From Outing.
I Mnik Moorhmiso returned Sunday
from a two weeks' hunting trip and
outing, on the headwaters of Oram!
1 Hondo river and Heaver creek. Ho
had a .Host fiijoyahlo time and re
turns to his dudes greatly refreshed.
m for emu.
ENGAGED FOR THE WEEK.
An Old Band and One of the Finest
In the Northwest Crowds Are Ex
pected to Attend the Carnival From
Walla Walla Affair Is Being Thor
oughly and Widely Advertised.
Mr. Wilson, the manager uf thu
I l rnrwlnr Of B tOhigralll
carm . , proprietor of
the shows, that he has secured n
contract with the Ohen.nwu Indian
. , i... i ilnrlnc the five
Mrlval. This is one of
I111I1C1 IU .....
I dVE UL
. , ... c,. n, has
the best nanus in uj
made an enviable record by Its music
v.. th country. The hand is com
2S pIocos. iU, has been In
poseu m - i
iictivo organization tor suvui.ii
so that all of the men are used to
playing In the same organization,
and the music that they make ls ot
the best. Their presence in the city
will add much to tho enjoyment of
ti... five days of carnival.
John llailey has returned trom a
trip to Washington and the country,
In that direction. He hns been'
through the country for .inn nines
north of here, and has advertised the
carnival In general and the saock ex
hibit in particular, and from t.ie in
dications there will be great interest
In that part of the exhibition. On
his way back .Mr. Hallcy stopped In
Walla Walla, and It Is thought that
crowds of people trom that city will
be here to help celebrate the carni
val. It. J. Nixon, who has charge or tho
billing of the country, has almost
completed his work, and tho entire
county is well covered with paper an
nouncing the week or merriment to
bo hold heie from the fith to the 10th
prox. He lias done his work In a
thorough and careful manner, and
there Is no need tor anyone in the
county nut to know of the coming
of the carnival.
The voto for queen of the carnival
Knod that re-
Xt-tl soon fer-
men t?, causing
uaiii and dis
fore meals will
Try a bottle,
The remarkable Increase in consumption
j roves its purity and wholesomtnest,
ONE POUND 25 CENTS
With a Coupon
l Just Received j
lly expres.s a new bunch of 1
j neckwear, scarlet midget four-
J In-liands, the latest craze for J
both men and women, and a J
thousand other styles. I
We can please you in under- J
wear, we have It from the 1
J cheapest to the silk and wool or J
J silk and linen.
Our hate are here and they are f
j beauties, all the Intent novelties, I
I cowboy shapes with leather
binds, also the panama shapea f
winch are worn to much In the
When you want anything new
In furnishings come and see us,
we have Cooper's Underwear,
rfister'u Sweaters, Dents' Gloves
mm me ueai 01 everyiiung,
n;ii i r. i-mi
rpvo,o or two. no
bavo been added to tho list, and JUs
Mvrtle Smith desires that her nano
' .i-m.npd from the Hst ot cnndl-
be dropped rroni ...c 1Cr
dates. She wishes to hank '
friends for the kindness they have
displayed In voting for her. but
today Is as follows:
Miss Nellie McMullon 324
Miss Illanch Shun
The contest for tho electlon'of the
dueen will close at !l o'clock next
Saturday night, when the votes will
, rnnntPd for the last time nnd tne
rnKiilt announced. There ls one ic-
added to the contes
,),... v.. ..w
mid thnt Is thnt unless n cnnunmi.
receives 100 votes a day the nam
will hi- dropped from tho list.
A special session of congress will
convene November 9.
R. J. NIXON, Mgr.
One Night Only
PIXLEY & Ll'DERS CHEAT
With RUTH WHITE, ObCAK L. F1GMAN,
and the Famous Original New York Cast
THE GREAT BEAUTY CHORUS
SUCH GIRLS SUCH MUSIC SUCH FUN
Price ! so, .l. and 50c Stat!, on silc todav, ) a. in., at I'rozicr's
hook Ktore ' Uexervations will lie sold after 7 o clock unless paid for. Curtain
will raise at 0:15 suarp.
The Big Boston Store
The New Goods are Now on
We haven't hurried the Fall Exhibits We have waited in
buying until we were certain as to what were the new and
proper materials, new styles in waists and skirts. We have
them now on our counters. We wisli to show you what we
have accomplished, and we tlimf,' you will say we have done
ourselves honor as to assortments and infinite credit as to low
Ladies New Black Tailor Made Skirts. Ladies'
Shirt Waists in Mercerized Wool. Ladies' Fine
Silk Lace Waists. Ladies' Elegant Silk Petti
coats. Ladies' Fine Lace and Lisle Hosiery.
Ladies' Silk Coats for Fall.
The Finest Peau De Soies Silk
Waists in the City For $5.00
Get your guns and Aniinnnitii.u (rem a leak in the gun business A full rtock
H. J. STILLMAN,
of all Hinds.
Repairing of all Uinil
many People j
Are about as progressive as a sky rocket turned I
upside down. Its a hard thing to say but we
think that expression fits the housekeeper whe
Sticks to the old. met.. , r f
,.1-wi . - -
eled ware instead nf
..h uiuucy uy iiuymg
Four coated, seamless, all steel
u ls wtn pleasure I reconimend
voiir Llfanioy Soap Tor nil household
r J c ,,,, dislufectnut nnd
, u. e Jn my o
, ,,,, e imI( nnd have used it for the
; si ssr i&rsst:
I llnil Lifebuoy 8oiipetmltoa!l y,m
clnliii for It, ami cheerfully recommend
It as superior disinfectant for all
household purposes. It is especially
, I.. nnu.,o tf nlnltlipua frntt, on..
tngimisilIseiiHesi.-H. P. ChlldH, Drug.
git, Cor. Kerry and Belmont f5t.,
KOK SALK JIY
OWL TEA HOUSE
Monday, Sept. 21
K. O. IlllIl.IJINC f
"iiwaic or cneap enam-
, r. i
& Lao 2ii Court Street