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'I ?A ujk.-i''t,l"J,K1lln- ' ' l":,W" EIGHT PAGES. EN D OF STRIKE NEAR. ! STATEMENT OF EXPENSES OF 0M11U COUNTY DAILY EAST ORBGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 12, 1908. PAGO THREE, For the Month of July, 1908. " County Court and Commissioners. Salary of T. P. Gllllland, county Judge $100.00 Sajary Horace Walker, county commissioner 25.00 Sulary II. B. Lee, county commlsHloner 20.00 H. B. Lee, Inspection roads and railroad fare 11.70 C. J. McKenzle, livery hire 2.00 E. A. Johnson, auditing county records 450.00 Circuit Court. Mileage and per diem for witnesses JuHtico Court. Fees of justices, constables and witnesses ' Sheriff's Office. Salary T. D. Taylor, sheriff 208.83 Salary A. C. Funk, deputy sheriff 100.00 Salary B. C. Wilson, deputy sheriff 100.00 Salary J. A. Blakley, deputy sheriff 100.00 T. D. Taylor, State vs. Anderson 26.20 T. D. Taylor, State vs. Grant 15.70 T. D. Taylor, State vs. Taylor 3.00 '. Clerk's Office. Salary Frank Baling, clork 168.86 Salary R. T. Brown, deputy cleric 100.00 Salary D. F. Privett, stenographer 70.00 Recorder's Office. Salary F. W. Hendley, recorder 150.00 Salary F. W. Hendley, deputy hire 100.00 Treasurer's Office. Salary a. W. Bradley, treasurer 100.00 Coroner's Office, Expenses of Inquiry of Ellsa Kennlson and inquiry of Stoffle School Superintendent's Office. Salary F. K. Welles, school superintendent 160.00 F. K. Welles, traveling expenses 16.66 Hazel Hamblen, stenographer 28.00 Stock Inspector. Salary John H. Bryant, stock inspector Assessor's Office. - Salary C. P. Strain, assessor 125.00 Salary H. P. Whitman, deputy assessor 15.00 Salury Ora Noble, deputy assessor 57.50 Salary Grace Dorothy, stenographer 12.00 Salary James Johns, deputy assessor 16.00 S.Mary Charles Flnkerton, deputy assessor 200.00 Tax Rebate. Taxes refunded C. F. Colesworthy Current Expenses. Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Co 33.60 Cook & Perry, auppllc 3.55 Pendleton Tribune, publishing monthly expense 12.00 East Oregonlan, publishing monthly expense 12.00 J. 11. Saunders, repairing typewriters 15.00 Glass & Prudhomme Co., probate Joumel 20.00 Bushong & Co., supplies 60.75 East Oregonlan, supplies 25.00 Other supplies 66.45 Court House. Janitor, lights, water, fuel, etc . JiUI. . T. D. Taylor, board of prisoners Care of Poor. .Salary, physician and superintendent, provisions Insane. W. G. Cole, examining insane Election. Registration of voters, and guards Miscellaneous. S. L. Corpe, examining truant 2.00 D Turner, truant officer 3. 00 D. .T. MeFaul, salary health officer 13.90 TO YELLOWSTONE PARK. 608.70 18.4 30.50 653.23 336.66 260.00 100.00 60.90 194.66 68.33 425.50 6.00 248.35 171.40 82.27 294.05 6.00 62.90 18.90 Total paid out of general fund 13515.75 Roiul 11 ltd Highway. District No. 2, H. E. Weaver, road supervisor North Milton 187.65 District No. 3, Harry Hubcr, road supervisor South Milton 108.15 District No. 6, Frank King, road supervisor Weston 63.44 District No. 7, John D. Gl.sh, road supervisor Mountain 134.55 District No. 10, Henry Il.unh, road supervisor Adams 13.86 District No. 11, H. C. Duiinlngtoii, road supervisor Helix 36.20 r!.-: rl.-t No. 12, A. 1). Stockman, road supervisor Vanseycle - 79.25 District No. 15. Chris Tniver, road supervisor Fulton 460.60 1 District No. 16, J. W. Whitman, road supervisor Yoakum 116.40 uismci .o. 11, u. 11. Lipianu, rail supervlsr Umatilla 37.00 District N. 18, J. H. Saling, road supervisor Echo 4S.0O District No. 20, Alex Hudson, road supervisor South McKay 23.50 District No. 22. A. B. Noble, road supervisor West Pilot Rock 15.6s District No. 23, David Home, road supervisor South Gllllland 18.85 District No. 24, James Ely, road supervisor Willow Springs 17.59 District No. 25, A. J. Morse, road supervisor Alba 312.43 District No. 26, James Baldwin, road supervisor Ukiah 106.50 District No. 27, E. S. Wilbur, road supervisor Rudock 62.00 jjismei .no. iv, j. r. inompsun, mail supervisor Bingham Springs.. 11. OA IDstrict No. 33, waller Farr, road supervisor Falrview 15.81 District No. 34, C. II. Uoerstler, road supervisor Ferndale 18.50 District No. 36, J. H. Strain), road supervisor Hermlston 81.11 2.00 1 District No. 37, C. F. Hargrove, road supervisor North Holdman District No. 38, W. H. Bell, road supervisor North Gllllland 150 00 Misi-cluincoiig, C. P. Smith, labor on bridges Tum-a-Luin Lumber Co., lumber L. C. Rothrock, viewing road J. E. Bennett, viewing road 15.71 .75 8.00 8.00 John W. Klmbrell, surveying roads 13.40 W. H. Boyd, supplies g5 Joseph H. Coffman, ground for roadway 45.00 Total paid out for rond fund ; $2202 0 BOATS ON UPPER SNAKE. Plan Being Fostered o Install Prac tical Service. A plan to Install a practical boat service on the upper Snake river is now being promoted, with good pros pects for the organization of a com- pany and the purchase of a gasoline boat for tho upper river service, says the Lewlston Teller. The practicability of such a craft for the upper river service nt all stages of water has been fully demon strated by Captain S. V. Winslow of the government dredge boat Wallowa, who has taken the government launch Falouse to (Tie mouth of Deep creek, 45 miles above Lewlston. The Pal ouse is equipped with a 26-horse pow er Standard gasoline engine, and in making the Investigations of the upptr river channel Captain Winslow has been able to ascond the heaviest rap Ids without difficulty. The boat planned for the upper river service will have a motive ca pacity of 62-horse power and will af ford accommodations for 3$ 'passen gers and two tons of freight. During the grain season a small scow would be used to bring the wheat from the upper river warehouses, which would eliminate the embarrassment now confronting the farmers of that sec tion, who do not enjoy the full priv ileges of the market because of the uncertainty of moving their crops from tho warehouses. Tho navigation of the upper river has not been successful In the past because the former crafts have been propelled by steam, and wltB full crews as required by law the operat Ing expenses have not been less than 3100 a day. This has made the freight and passenger charges prohibitive to tho development of the country. The proposed gasoline boat will be oper ated by one man, with a maximum dally expense of $12. This will per mlt reasonable charges for the move' ment of freight and carrying passen gers and will not only encourage the development of th. rich fruit lands adjacent to the river but will restore the mining operations which have been practically suspended because of the absence of transportation facil Itles. . Bloomer Girls Coining West. J. E. Gaul, advance man of the Boston Bloomer baseball girls, Is In the city today arranging a game with tho Pocatello Indians, says the Po. catello Tribune. The girls are a swift bunch and no doubt they will make the Pocatello Indians play some. They will play a game with the Blackfoot nine next Friday, and Saturday they will probably play Po catello. The girls have a good base ball record, having won 40 per cent of the games they have played thl season. Official of Canadian Podflo Expect Rates Are Cheap by Way of the Har- an Early Settlement. riman Line by Way of PocatcUo. W. R. Mclnncs of Montreal, freight Over the Oregon Short line and the traffic manager, and W. B. Lannlgan new Harrlmun line into Yellowstone of Winnipeg, assistant freight traffic park exceptionally low excursion rates munager of the western lines of the I have been offered for the summer sea- Canaaiun Pacific railway, reached son, and a number of Pendleton peo Portland yesterday in their special pie will take advantage of this route, car on their annual tour of lnspec- From Pocatello the rates with the tion, Buys the Oregonlan. accommodations named are as fol- Durlng the afternoon they were the lows: Five days' trip In the park by guests of F. R. Johnson, general way of the fountain, Old Faithful, agent for the Canadian Pacific in this Lake and Canyon inns, Mammoth Hot city, who entertained them with an springs and Norrls, Including four automobile drive through the city, lodgings and 13 "meals, from Poca- After attending to the business which tello, $55; 'rates for children cover brought them to Portland these traf- transportation only, $14; four-day flc representatives will leave, probably I trip, including 10 meals and three tomorrow, for Tacoma and Seattle. lodgings, $47.60; to the eevsers and We do not anticipate any serious return to Pocatello, including four trouble from the strike that has been meals and one lodging, $25. Inaugurated in the mechanical de- The Yellowstone park rates will be partment of our railway system," said In effect until September 13, when Mr. Mclnnes-yesterday. "It is not the season will close. at all likely that the trouble will ex- : tend to the operating department, She L'kes Good Tilings. where our omninvA. . .11 .,.ioi " -nas- bm'th or West Frank- r. j v I lln Unlno .T 111.. x tui I and have nothing in common with the and have 'adopted Dr. King's New alleged grievances of the striking mo- Life Pills as our family laxative medl-' chanlcs. An early settlement of the clne because they are good and do strike is expected, in view of the thelr work wlthout making a f uss ' abundance of unemployed workmen eold at Tallman & Co.'s drug store, that are available to replace the strlk- 26c. ers, if it becomes necessary. "An immense crop of grain is' be- Maternity Ward. Ing harvested in Alberta, Manitoba Opened at St. Anthony's hospital and , other territory tributary to our a maternlty ward. Ward charges, road. It is conservatively estimated 11 60 per day Prlvte room charges that the yield of wheat alone will range from 2 u Per aav reach 120,000,000 bushels. ' There Is . " iaKe Koaoi whenever you feel that proportionately large yield of bar- you need It. That . ' ' .cjr a..u uais. ine ouuook ior an un- you need to take Kodol. Just when usually active season in our traffic" you ned It:' then you will not be department is exceedingly bright." trouleo with sour stomach, belching, H"s on me siomacn, etc. sold Dy ' Tallman & Co. Lost. Srr,a:1 band-made handkerchief; Book of Oregon Poems Out. tatting around edges; initials E. S. In "The Song of the Oregon Pine," a corner. Pay reward if returned to 8 K r on&lnaI verse by Bert thi nfria numimn is now oui ana is on sale at NORTH BEACH Invites Invigorates Infatuates. Nature's lavish hand endowed North Beach with every attraction as a place of rest, rejuvlnatlon and recreation. 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