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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY, JANUARY
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Ljr as will please the most refined taste,
liittle pricing, is the feature of this ?alc.
which they are made and shaped to ht
avers at 29c upward
fnS at 60c upward
is at 40c upward
Oar Work and the Bill
Will stand comparison with the best
of 'em. The work is as near perfec
tion as humans can attain the price
therefor as cheap as anybody should
expect. We do all kinds of sani
tary plumbing and gas fitting, and
charge you not immoderately. Let
us estimate on jour next necessity in
RKEL &, Co. 211 Court Street
Standard of Excellency.
UJN KULi-llK MILLS
1 1 1 . 1 Tlf!. .1
is never slighted If you place your job in j
flfinp ridhr nnrl or rncnnnh t nnrp f nnr
a continuous expense, while tirst-ciass worn 7
causes no trmihle or additional costs. Con- 4
give an order for your work.
F. SHULTZ I
a bcientific Plumber and you will not
I I I . W T I I I Ml IVaa. -
That pay their losses
promptly. Our companies
Stand at the bead of the list.
Hartford Kire IrjauruM Co.K,9,?
Allianoe Anuranoo uo zw,-
Unk. X. Tnnaahliw Fife
Inaonooe Co ,544,6
North British a. Mercantile
Boyij'iniimuioe Oo M,887,16!
FRANK B. CLOPTOH
ti2 EAST COURT ST.
Tl.ll Mm between Pendleton and
UkUh; except Sunday. Stage leave
Pendleton at 7 a. m., arrive, at ,Uk ah
at 6 p.m. Return Ke n m
atei. n anivea at Pendleton 6 P. m.
dlaton ta Alba. tl.n. round trip. S1 ?'
HfuW t4 It BO.
Office t Brock McCo Dm Store
AT FULL VALUATION.
Progressive State of Idaho Will Fol-
'ow Umatilla County and Raise
Valuations Assessors Ask That
Real Estate be Assessed at Mar
l.st VsLc Ask for Dcttsr Lav.s
The county assessors of Idaho ad-
... iast ev'oning after a most I
li.umuuie ana harmonious meeting,
says the Boise Statesman.
They came in scafch of Informa
tion and were primed with questions,
some of which they settled among
themselves, the more perplexing be
ing referred to Attorney General
nagley who will have his work cut
out for some time to come.
During the afternoon session the
reports of t.ie various committees
were submitted and adopted as fol
lows; Livestock Values.
The commlttco on livestock recom
mended that stock cattle be asses
sed at $15 per head, milch cows it
?2o, beef cattle 2j, stock riieen $2.
moroughbred horses $60 and jp-j
xcuuo, Kruuuo norses to ?G0 and
range horses $10, swine $4.
The committee on real estate re
ported that for the purpose of tax
ation and assessment for 1904, the
actual cash value of real estate In
the respective counties shall be the
value placed upon real estate of
each county for the year 1003 by
tho stato board of equalization, and
that any and all lands not assessed
tor the year 1P02 shall be assessed
for the year 1P04 at the same price
as the same quality and quant.' ty it
lands were assessed at for the year
following resolutions were
by the committee appoint-
ed to frame them:
Whereas, We believe that the of
flee of assessor and tax collector
charged with the duty of assessing
and collecting the public revenues of
the state Is one of the most import
ant offices in the state in its relation
to the people; and,
Whereas, Under the present con
dition of the law the assessor and tax
collector cannot be given assistance
at the public expense, and the work
of the officers in the various counties
Is more than con properly be per
formed by one man; therefore, be it
Resolved, 1st ihat it is the sense
of this assemblage that the public 'i
terest requires that the constitution
of the state be so amended as to per
mit the enactment of laws giving as
sessors and tax collectors deputies
and clerical assistance ai the expense
of the several counties in the same
manner as Is now provided lor sher
iffs and auditors.
Second We favor the amending cf
the constitution In such a manner
that it will permit all county officers
to succeed themselves in office.
Third We favor the amendment
of the Idaho session laws of 1901 so
as to change the date when taxes
shall be delinquent from the first
Mcsday in January to the second
Monday In December.
THE PEOPLE ALL
In Cliurua Cried, Glte f Xevrbro's
This word of late has been In every
one's mouth, and many are wondering
what the word signifies, though no one
has yet been found, who will deny that
NEWBHO'S HERPICIDE does the worK.
Well, for the Information of thousands of
people who like to know all about a good
thing, we would say that HERPICIDE
means, a destroyer or Killer or "Herpes,
Now "Herpes" Is the family name of a
disease caused by various vegetable par'
ashes. A similar microbe causes dan'
draff. Itching scalp, and falling haJr; thla
Is the microbe that NEWBRO'S HERPI
CIDE promptly destroys; after which the
hair grows. Sold by leading druggists.
Send 10c. In stamps for sample to The
Herplclde Co. Detroit, Mich.
F. W. Schmidt, special aoent.
All persons Knowing
themselves 10 be in
debted to me will
call and settle their
their accounts as I
need the money.
... . - .
Away ipin the honei, round tplni the rum-
about-Bmutal Bol CraiDIll 11 i .
total wreck, brlnf the remain, of your T.nlcle
br and we will do a food J jb of repatrlnf tor
00 and ebarite you no mor. than li rlfht
nilnx food material and puttlof In geod
orlt Hjouhare bad no accident and jrow
conrejance U merelr "run down."am. .d
,hrln It here lor reluTeuatlon. We handle
eicloilrelf In Pendleton the celebrated Win.
onabufflet and wafom.
KEAGLE BROS., THE BLACKSMITHS
We must reduce our Clothing stock to make room :pr spring
hu...t, -- .in-u an nuuis ior
$12 jo suits will sell for
$8 50 suits will sell for
$S 50 boys suits will go at
5 50 boys suits will go at
S3 co boys suits will go at
Sio 00 suits will sell lor
$5.50 MiiiswJl sell for
$7 00 boys tuns will go at
$4.00 boys suits will go at
?2 50 boys suits will go at
Olearanre prices are In evidence all over the store,
at a sacrifice.
Fourth That the governor of tho
state of Idaho be furnished with a
copy of these resolutions and bo res
pectfully requested by the assembl
age to transmit the samo to tho next
legislature at the beginning of its
REPUDIATES ITS WARRANTS.
Malheur County Will Be Sued for
$14,000 Worth of Unpaid War
rants. Some tlmo ago the county court
of Malheur county cancelled cqunty
warrants to the amount of $14,000,
and after consideration, allowed tho
matter of rescinding this order to be
brought up at the last meeting.
After fully considering the matter,
tho court yesterday refused to re
scind the order, and the amount
stnnds cancelled. Parties owning the
warrants now threaten to bring suit
for the collection of the money, and
a tedious and costly law suit Is prob
able. Itiirnlnc l,oi f I.Mtrm.
It Is done! In the Arc's fitful flashes
The last line has withered and curled;
In 11 tiny white heap of deud ashes
Lie burled the hopes of your world.
There ttere mad, foolish vows In eifch let
It Is well they have Ehrheled snd burn
ed. And the rlnp7 Oh, the rlne was a fetterl
It was better rcmoed and returned.
But, ah. Is It done? In the embers,
Where letters and tokens were cast.
Have you burned up the heart that re
members And treasures ts beautiful past?
Do jou think In this sutft, reckless fash
ion To ruthlessly burn and destroy
The months that were freighted with pas
sion, The dreams that were drunken with Joy?
Can you burn up the rapture of klres
That flashed from the Hps to the soul
Or the heart that grows sick for lost
In splto of Its strength of control?
Have ou burned up the touch of warm
That thrilled through each pulse and
Or the sound of a voice that still lingers
And hurts with a haunting refrain?
Is it done? Is the life drama ended?
You have put all the lights out, and yet,
Though the curtain, rung down, has de
fended, Can the actors go home and forget?
Ah, no! They will turn in their sleeping.
With a stranse, restless pain in their
And In darkness and ungulshand weeping
Will dream they are playing their part.
-Ella Wheeler Wilcox.
Kvfry IJa- la the Hrat liar.
Borne t klee may be gloomy.
Some moments be cad.
But everywhere, always.
Borne toule must be clad,
For true Is the saying
Proclaimed by the teer,
"Each day Is the best day
Ot somebody's year!"
Each day finds o hero;
Each day helps a saint;
Each day brings to some one
A Joy without taint.
Though It may not be my turn
Or yours thut Is near,
"Each day Is the best
Of somebody's year!"
The calendar sparkles
With days that have brought
Come prite that was longed tor.
Borne good that was sought.
High deeds happen dally;
Wide truths grow more clear;
"Each day la the best
Ot somebody's year!"
No sun ever rises
But brings Joy behind;
No sorrow In fetters
The whole earth can bind.
How selfish our fretting!
How narrow our fear!
"Each day is the best
Of somebody's year!"
Prlscllla Leonard In Pittsburg Methodist
Trndinr the Llsht.
With nothing but waves to seaward
And the grim rocks toward the land.
The roll ot the black clouds over
And the breakers on every hand
The night comes, down on the ocean,
And we climb the winding stair
To see that our lights are piercing
The thick'nlng, foggy air,
Far up at the mouth of the river,
Beyond the narrow beach.
The last of the home lights twinkle
And sink away from our reach.
Alone on a rock In the desert
Of tumbling and tossing tide.
The nation's outer signal
To wanderer, far and wide;
Alone, and we wonder dimly
If the foghorn reaches the shore
Or pierces the outer stretches
That tumble and toss evermore.
Perchance In the little village
Borne fisher wife wakes in the night
And peers from her smoky window
To see if we're shining bright.
Or out on the tossing billows
A helmsman watches our light,
A thousand souls In bis keeping
As they rush through the pathleaa
Alone on a rock In the desert
And hungry for those on shore.
The screams of the gulls and breakers
Around us forevermore.
J. Otis Swift in Lowlston Journal.
Jolly Club's Jolly Time.
Jolly Club dance will take place
tomorrow evening at Music hall and
a good tlmo Is aeeurod all. Music uy
Klrkman's orchestra. This may be
the last hop given by the Jolly Club
and all are invited.
Weeks Clothing Sale.
muse iwo weens.
Now is your chance to buy clothing:
Keen-cutting instruments that keep their edges.
Carving Sols, Butcher Knives, Dread and Cnko
Knives. Largo lino of Pockot Knives, all sizes,
plain and fancy handles.
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WALL STREET METHODS
"By HEiny GEOHGE, Jr.
A number of true Account i of tome of the WaJI
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hmvt teen svtcrircd touiUfy tbc era vines of tbe
few. Read tbetc anklet aod rcalfie the wisdom
of tbe advice of tb Iu Governor Kottrell K
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money In your pocket."
MODERN INDIAN WARS
CilUVJ TOWfSKfV n-RAvy
A brilliant and thrilliojc history of fit hottilt
frontier of the past forty years. jHvlof jutifct to
live public service of tuebnunat Milks, La wtom,
CaooK, KoVTi, Cv7f OttiNoroir,
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lb category of boys' story tookt aod dJcufvIaff
tbcra with their proper place fn the history of our
sUion. A series of six or rivbl artlclca.
tuisMJtf rr vai
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knows unleM It idvertltei
goods now on the way.
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Men's fS overcoat at 6.00
Boy's $6.50 overcoat at 525
Boy's $4 00 overcoat at, 3.25
Men's $to overcoats at 7 98
Men's $5 00 overcoat at 3 9S
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Boy's $3 00 overcoat at ... 2.35
All short line, and winter good are being closed otit
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THE ADVENTUKHS OK CAPTAIN
" Hit lt work. '--,; Adurtulr
MANCtS HOOCtON BUHNtTT
THAT LASS O' LOWH1ES
A nuvr! vt jutrrujtioiu! rrulliuu
A PASTEUOAKD CKOWN
A vigcrout and fopulr novel of the New Vuik
Mahsison rtose MTSON
" A novel it illimitable power,"
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Arthur n. noeis
ON PETER.'8 ISLAND
An eidting KuuLn tiory
Mour It hot SiawiiL
THE HOUSE OF EGHEMONT
"Komancc filled with 111 two aieal qualitictot
loyally and love
THE IIEAItT OF TOIL
Nol only Kood, but ciiellemly told,"
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TOM NAST, CARTOONIST
By ALHEUT V(GELOW TAI1E
fJlustratcU iy the iUokcsi of the oildUroous
urttaonauf the inao who has been described at
grtttitt midir 0 tukUc einitMttif iuM,
The tMojcraphy of Kail is veritably a world's pic
ture of tbe time 1 when history was Mtrrnlalbe
Tri Overthrow of th Twtad Ring
Th Civil War Perlod-Th Horror
of Slavery Tl Roconal ruction Pe"
Mlin-Th CarlbaWl CampaJin In
Italy - Tb GraIIaijatfjiiytri
FUht In London-ThBlalnPr
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Which ran o PaAatoN'a throufb the first til
fltoatbtof 1001 will be resumed la January, 1904.
I'hit new itt of detective stories btt been arranged
Ibr in response to tbe demandt of thousands of
readers who regretted the termination of the first
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