East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, February 19, 1902, Image 7

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W OODMEN AND WOMEN OF WOOD
CRAFT, PENDLETON APRIL 21-22 NEXT.
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30
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15.
One cent per
WANTED.
vvantkd advrutiskhs to makb use
. . h n r i in KuuiLLiiiui: iiiiii unmn iirnnn
lodr niny linve and linve no use for, some-
Yon may have nn extra horse that you
KOIUPl'U". "tj nil. ami VUHH'IU
IjMiness,
FOR SALE.
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IU HIA iiuin iiuhcii l, fll'lUlll Ul HI
Tri. i. t. - . - -. 1 j . ... . l j , 1 j i -
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pitp vrcw PltmAfiA iprnnn'Tiiw
t, universal key board, first class ma-
PHYSICIANS.
K ,, W. . . ..J.J. II, (fl.l.
building. Olllro Hours. 30 to 12 a. m. ;
Til II I J. Ull 4.ll,l'UUUC I 1 I
renieton savmes tianK. Teicpuone 30 ;
.l.l.,.,nA tnlultlmtta I
g PAIIFIELD. M. D., HOMEOPATH
IC rliysicmn non surKPon. cTice in
nttt T T AT TTriTTOT? lltTX'CJTrT A XT 1 VT
BnrL'eon. Offlce, room 20 Judd Hulld-
111. . -fnlr. TO t ..1 .1 tlil
n TltrililL. UUILt! Ill U 11U.UK 11111IU
PHYSICIANS. DP.S.
Office one block wmt o
arnn nLuru.
LYNN K. IJI.AKESLEE. CHllONIC
T T 1 I . i 1 . . ...... Un,nH
Main Sts., l'enuleton, Ore. rnoDe
bki .h I I r I . I n u vu i 1 1 1 . i j r. nn.
Timvjim a jtrrriTRCT ANli R1I-
Mrlnt'etideut. makes complete and rell-
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hw linrK. intimates lurnisuea ua wnuii
A. MAY , CONTRACTOR AND
o prn i irfiirN riiu ui; iull ul iuc ijuol
ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES.
iliin i)iro rnTTVip HTHROT. l.A
Minnir o purriri tin. iiitiiikim iu trie.-
i mini. lion. iimiKps. stores wirea ior
flttiirua nil Wlnrlo Cot our .)rl;S. Ite-
1 work a specialty.
L VtHY AIMIJ HttU & 1 HDLCO.
Pondlnf.i, TAlanlinna 1ft
rni. nil ..n.mni...... ii.jt , .,1 r , iiwnr.fi rr
I HTA Ifr.Ti'O A' AVIiTIJM 111111 .
tat l l,nA1tn. rriio hoc t
wiw in rue citv. ana oi. iift"
S nA ffr.n.AA,l Ota tllinna Mnlfi fO.
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CABS AND CARRIAGES.
DENTISTS.
A. M A W nrvmtun iv ASrtPI A.
uiock, over I' . 11. C'loptons omce,
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PENNYROYAL
L.glll I I
of menatruation." They
womanhood, aiding development of organs ana
known remedy for jtlAUmd
13 T ALLMAN tk. UU unuuuigi-i
Chuich
oi ieu-uue. cussipiaon, room, - o,.tiatorrhOOa nvll'"'JV,,i rj:
DOtanoy. Lort Power. Wight-Losses, ,8P,errriaio"Uacltf rteroua Re
I t " voxtt. uucuura lite. Auwioom nirKiril PTflN Ktuun,
LD BY TALLMAN & CO., DRU GGISTS, PENDLETON, u.i
word for the first insertion, 1.2c thereafter: 30 words or less. SI.50 per month, or $12 per
FRATERNAL ORDERS.
K0-? NniGimons of axkiuca
Nlldwood Camp, No. 2S33, metis tec
pad and fourth Satttrdnys of r-ac'i month.
In HcDdrlck'B Hall. Mrs. Ida llolcomb.
Oracle: Mrs. Nettle uobblni. Ilccordor
PMATILLA TENT. NO. 27. K. O. T. V
Meets In Secret Society Hall, so-iad and
fourth Tuesdays of each month. All vis
ltlnc Sir Knights cordially Invited. J S.
Keen, Itecord Keeper: K. I). Estabroofc,
Commander.
UCDMl'N CMAUALF.S THIISE, NO. IS
. r;Meo,t,'' ..eTeS-v Tuesday nlcht in Hen
drlcU's Unll. ltoy V. Ultncr, KceiK-r of
Ilecords.
i'r.NDLr.TON LODOH, NO. Wl, a. F. and
A. .M meetR first and third .Mondays rf
each month. Visiting brjt.ii'!n tNiooaiV. T.
.1. Tweedy. W. M., Joe 11. I :irl:o, . .-
I'EKDLKTOX CHAPTER, NO. L'.WT. C.
Taylor, n. 1'., F. F. Wamsley. Se.-rtftarr.
Meets first and fourth Friday of each
month lu Masonic nail.
PENDLETON COMMANDER Y. NO. 7..
Robert Forstcr. E. C, V. E. Ca-tor, Sec
retary. Meets first and third Friday of
each month In Masonic Hall. '
1IONEERS OF THE PACIFIC WIL
Ham Martin Encampment. No. 1. Meets 1
every Wednesday nt Hendricks Hall.,
Mrs. L. F. Lampkln. Secretary. ,
l'E.VDI.ETON LODGE, NO. 2SS iT P. 0.
Elks. ThomaB Fltz Gerald, E R : L.
W. Held, Secretary. Meets firet and
third Thursdays. Secret Society Hall.
DAMON LODGE, NO. 4. KNIGHTS OF
Pythias. J. F. Nowlln. C. C. : R. Y
Fletcher. K ot H & S Meets evrry
Monday In Secret Society Hall.
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA
Tuttillla Camp, No. OaSIl). Meets fltst and
third Saturdays of each month nt Hen- i
drick's Hall. George A. Hamblln, Con- !
sul; G. A. Robhlns. Clerk.
WOODMEN OF THE WOnLD REGl'LAR
meetlncrs of Pendleton Camp No. 41, W. ,
of W., aie held In Odd Fellows' hall every
Tuesday evening. Visiting neighbors always
welcome. 3. P. Walker, Clerk, J. P. Earl,
C. C.
ATTORNEYS.
CARTER & HALEY, ATTORNEYS AT
Law. Office In Savings Rank building
BEAN & LOWELL. ATTORNEYS AT
Law. Room 14 Asssoclatlon block, Pen
dleton, Oregon.
T. G. nAILEY, LAWYER. OFFICE IN
Judd building, Pendleton, Oregon.
V. I1ERKELEY, ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office In Association block.
G. D. UOYD, ATTORNEY AT LAW 111
Court St.
Li. B. REEDER. ATTORNEY Af LAW,
Pendleton, Oregon.
JAMES A. FEE, LAW OFFICE IN JUDD
Dulldlng.
STILLMAN & PIERCE, ATTORNEYS
at Law. Mr. Stlllman has been admit
ted to practice In United States patent
offices and makes a specialty of Patent
Law, Rooms 10, 11, 12 and 13 Assocla
tl n block.
PHOTOGRAPHERS.
W. S. IiOWMAN. LEADING PHOTOCJRA
pher of the city. Harvest views, Indian
photos for sale. Finishing done for ima
K'uts. Main St., near bridge. Phone, Red
270.
BANKS AND BROKERS.
FIRST NATIONAL HANK OF ATHENA.
Oregon. Capital, ?50,0(i0: surplus and
profits, $0000. Interest on time deposits. '
Deals In foreign and domestic exchange. ,
Collections promptly attended to. Henry
C. Adams, nresldent; T. J Kirk, vice-president;
K. L. Harnett, cashier; Mrs. E. L.
Harnett, assistant cashier.
THE PENDLETON SAVINGS HAMC,
Pendleton. Oregon. Organized March 1,
1880 : capital, J50.000 ; surplus, ?l)0,000.
Interest allowed on time deposits. Lx
hange bought and sold on all principal
points. Special attention given to collec
tions. W. J. Furnish, president; J.
Teal, vice-president; T. J. Morris, cashier.
THE FARMERS BANK OF WESTON,
ii'.....,,.. n,ni.nn t.nnit n L-pneral bank-
lug business. Exchange bought and sold.
Collections promptlv alteuded to. It.
Jameson, president; Geo. Protbat .
vice-president; J. . Kllgore, cashier; di
rectors, G. A. Hartman, M. M. Johns. T.
J Price, G. D. Graw, J. F. Kllgore, Robert
Jameson, G. W. Proebstel.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF PENDLE
ton. Capital f 70,000: surplus, f 85.000.
Transacts a general banking business Ei-
a. points in thenortbwest Dra.
; SfiS "oWtlons- on "Reason b!e terms
J. VJ i.i.n. '-hlnr.
'iiiernsuj, KBBiomii, --- - -
PiLU
They overcome Weak
ness, irregularity and
...nicolnnc lnirf-PjSG vilV
orVTd banish "pains
are "LIFB SAVERS'' to girls at
L J 1 1 1 ' " ,, 'hjjert oli:- Murmi
It J II I
AN EMM .A NATION
Johnnie Pupii. h ws li.i.iKv Wn-lii !k: n onll-d ir- K Our ! h' iVwn
try '.'
Papa- Maybe the w:t Pe Kptmknl r.i ;, . .U luU svHut..ii u- . with it
ERCE-TRBDE
Local Market Prices.
The followlnK stiows tho prices
paid on the local market:
Turnips, 75c per stick.
Parsnips, 75c per sack.
Cabbage, 4c lb.
Green onions, per tloz. bunches, 2Cc
Cheese, per lb., 20c.
Onions, per cwL, ?2,
Beets, per lb., lc.
Potatoes, per cwt.. J2.
Apples, per box. $1.
Horse radish, 12U-c lb.
Gsrlick, 1-vac lb.
Sweet potatoes, 5c per lb.
Sauer Kraut. -50c per gallon.
Pendleton Livestock and Poultry.
Chickens, hens, per doz., $3.50 to $4.
Roosters. $3.50 to $4.
Turkeys, per lb., 10.
Geese, per doz., $9.
Spring chickens, per doz., $3.50.
Ducks, per doz., $3.75.
Pigeons, per doz., $1.50.
Eggs, 30c In trade.
Butter, 50 to COc per roll.
Choice beet cattle, etc.
Cows, per hundred, $3.10.
Steers, $4.
Hogs, live, 5c.
Hogs, dressed, Sc.
Calves, dressed, 7 to 8c
Pendleton Retail Grocery Prlcr.c.
Sugar Cane granulated, best, $5.75
per sack: do., 15 lbs, $1; beet granu
lated, $5.50 per sack: do 16 lbs, $1.
Coffee Mocha and Java, beet, 40c
per lb; next grade, 35c lb; lower
grades coffee, 25 to 15c lb; package
coffee, 15c lb.
Rico Beet head rice, 12V4c rer lb;
next grade, 8 l-3c per lb.
Salt Coarse, $1.35 per 100; table,
$2.20 per 100.
Hides and Pelts In Pendleton.
No. 1 dry hides. 13c per lb.
No. 2 dry hides, 8 2-3c per lb.
Green salted hides. 7c per lb.
Green uusalted hides, 5c per lb.
Sheep pelts, short wool, 25c each.
Sheep pelts, medium wool, 35c each.
Sheep pelts, long wool, 65c each.
No. 1 tallow, 3e per lb.
No. 2 tallow, 2c per lb.
Pendleton Flour, Feed, Hay, Etc.
Flour, $2.50 per bbl.
Dran, $13 per ton.
Shorts, $15 per ton.
Barley, rata.'l. 75c per 100.
Rye, retail. flOc per 100.
Oats, retail. $1.15 per 100.
Wood, $5.50 to $6.
Chop barley, $17 per ton.
Hay Loose wheat, $10 ton; baled
wheat, $15; timothy baled, $18; al
falfa, loose, $10; baled, $16; rye hay
on ranch, $5 to $6.
Hops, Wool and Hides.
Portland. Feb. 18. Hop lies'
13c per pound
Wool Nominal; valley, 13015c:
Kastern Oregon, S,12c; mohair, 21
'(3'21'c per pound.
I Shoepskins Shearings, 1520c;
short wool, 25035c: medium wool,
3060c; long wool, 6Oc0'$l each.
Tallow Prime, per pound. 40
4-c: No. 2 and grease, 2Vi03c.
Hides Dry hides. No. 1, 16 pounds
and up. 1501kM!C per pound; dry kip,
No. 1, 5 to J5 pounds, 15c; dry calf.
No. 1. under B pounds, lGc : dry calf,
ed bulls and stags one-third Iceb than
dry Hint; Baited hides, steers. Bound.
60 pounds and over, 89c; 50 to CO
pounds. 70'8c; under 6p pounds
and cows. 7c; stags and bulla, sound,
50514c: Lip, sound, 15 to 30 pounds,
7c: veal, sound, 10 to 14 pounds, 7c;
calf, sound under 10 pounds, 8c;
. nxAAn i n nan iron, l c. nernound less;
culls, one cent per pound less; horse
hides, salted, each $1-6002; dry,
each $101.60; olts hides, each, 260
50c; goat skins, common, each, 100
MM
15c; Angora, with wool on, e;ch.26?
$1.00.
Pelts Hear skins, as Id bIzo. No. 1,
each $5ff20; cubs, $2ft6; badfier.
each, 10010c; wildcat, each. 25(r30c:
house cat, SlOc; fox, cotninon gray,
30fiT0c, do rod, each, $1.60f2; do.
cross, ench, $5415; do silver and
black, each, $100200; fishers, wu-h.
$5fC; lynx. each. $23; mink,
strictly No. 1., enr-b 30cCri.8ft; mar
ten, dark r.orlliurn, $titrl2; nmrtou.
pale plno, according to slu and co
lor, $1.50(5';,; inuskrnts. largo, each.
Sfj'lUc; skunks, each. 25fSOc; civet
or polecat, tach. fiCHtc. . utter for
largo prime skins, each, $5t7; pan
ther, willi lnad r.rid claws perfect,
onch, $2.00 5.00; raccoon, for lare
primo, 304ff35c; wolf, mountain, wlUi
bond perfect, each. ja.fiO1
5; wolf, prairie (coyote) with head
perfect, oach. 40JTi,0c; wolf, prairie,
(coyote) without head perfect, wich.
30f?35c; wolverine, ench $t7; bonv
or. per skin, large. $600: do medium,
?3'l; do small. $l?Jl.fi0; do kits.
50S75c.
. ...
Saved Him From Torture.
Thoro Is no more agonizing trouble
than piles. Tho constant itching ami
burning make life Intolerable. No po-
sltion la comfortable. The torture U
unceasing. DoWltfs Witch
Sulvn pnriH nllnn nt iiiiri' V
l'or sk'tl
disease, cuts, burns, bruises, all kinds
of woundB, It is unequalled. J. S. Gt r-
nll. St. Paul. Ark., says: "From 186:
I suffered with the protruding, blind
ing piles and could find nothing to
help mo until I used DeWltt's Witch
Hazel Salvo. A few boxes completely
cured me." Boware ot counterfeit.
Tallmnn & Co. and Brock & McCorpxs
Co.
GUARDING OLD LIBERTY.
Precautions Taken to Keep the Bell
Perfectly Safe. ,
The following details from thb ,
Fireman's Herald sIiowm the xtriiardl
nnry precnutlonii taken to guard Iud,
pondeiice hall, Philadelphia, from die-
trtittloii by fin. Watfhmni uiaiiiialn
u putrol every hour of the day and
night and only llguta are permitted
iu the old building to illumliiate lb
clock at night. For tut bollem u"
to hoot the building fire proof vault
have boon provided uudr the arch
ways, and only two electric wlr ar
allowed. Chief Baxter hai provided
for the appearance of ix bkIhm. two
truclia and a chemical englnf within
two tuliuitoa after an alarm of Hre la
sent iu from the lire i'-u'ii lux tli
tujuare. There am taudiux laatrur
tloii In cnau the Arut nh i' I uiilii
headway in the atnuturf, a aeneral
alarm uhould bo seut la chIMhb to Uie.
Kcono twonty-aix Are euglaes. atx i
trockB, ami another . hfilral engine .
aa well as the chief and nine dlatrict
ougluuora. JSvery wire In the vli in-'
Uy of the city hall in mie.-in.Hy lnu
latod. and olllcera of the ti.e depart-,
r.ic'iilni-lt- (,.ln Ih', u-'Mtnllliinil lll!
iuBpectlng the edllk-e Po.table fire
oxtingtilshors are nt atterMl atwrnt tb
building and dlrectloiiH for wiving th
famous old portraits that Imng on
the wall Is conenlcuotialy iMMied -
I There In a premptory order displayed
I that reads. "In case of r ih- 1
irlv bell out or danger at any . ot "
.
I Souator Turner, by request, offer-
ied a resolution leelting that many of
the Indian schools of tho country
!nro being conducted loosely; that lu
I pits who are affected with tuberculo-,
Liu ..,.,1 niiior ,llinuu are admitted.
to the detriment of the health of the Ht. Paul and ailnncMita. All agi'iiU
Inmates of tho schools, resulting in.aell tlcketa via '"Ihe Northwi-itern
an "appalling mortality": that the In
termixture of the sexes resuiiH in
a lowering of the standard of moral
Ity.
year. No ad Inserted (or less than 15c.
HIDCS. PELTS AND JUNK,
vov cn urr tiik until K.sr mvh
kt pHt fnt J.Htr bhWv p'" aid l
pw. tliw, r hmttf-i ir ff
II VImV iM'lHr Mt Nin b.n: la
u(h of 1J r hip In
IMM Ttb of bfctM una I r ft
In lh UMf ttT mt hf 1 5
Uftf tlU rr.l ir wnt l t.
el U Smik A r, , wtl i ,
t t Ralm I.ll(.., Or
TVHn'h""- K.i rai
LODGING HOUSES.
ruK r.tAi r umhuv; hhkk, t u
lUWt. JKu'lir Tt rl. t.in
lel,hy lhUy or wl in vutn nr.
RESTAURANTS AND CAPES.
ST Ul.YlliOi: UKSTAl'UANT. "TllliTLV
flrnt rUK V. V l"nri n. I i Mi'i
ill honrs 001 .Main St. Trl VUm I !
SECOND HAND DEALERS.
i;i;oi:uTt 6'iNutL new and sitooND
baud kihhU txnictit M) u.it Court ft,
uht nmiM iiux-n t an ami m.
V. STKtHU.L PKAI.KK IV SKrOVli
hand kixhU. if tlttr U inythlnc ju
nwd In new or r5ond hand furniture,
itiifWi srsnlte wr ml rrwHrrr. tll sud
ift hl pi lei SV 212 Court rf
MISCELLANEOUS
OLD NliWSP.Cl'KUS TO PI T t'NDKIt
t-tuiwta. "i lirtTvM. ur fur w rar
tiluR iirp.Mm out rrniiir la lre
bund Im of ttnv huiulrnl Mtb t S rnli
biindlr at ttir EAHT OltlMONI.VS' etnt,
Pendlttoti, Orccon.
UlllMCKIUEHS TO M.VnAWNttS.lV OU
Maul to rubmetX t lBitnr t
ptr In III t'nltwl PtMn or KuroM.
rrali by ptmtsl note, chrx k or 4 to t
KAUT nMKJONIAN lb pwll.M.f
pili f the ;-.ubHrli: you iknlr. ml vcie
lll bare It t Jon ami "aw si lit.
lifk f !: niimry MtM lout l Om l'r
It Mill i-nvr von ImhIi troWi 41 d rUk
It von r n puWMUr la tb lUM'l OB It
tioN'IAN'. In rmlMlB joa rn iltdact tH
lr iiit truwi tb uuMUltM'a irk Ad
Ira EAST (lUtKiONIAS I'UH CO. I"
rtlototi. Oi(tMi.
riAlUlirr MKTAL. IIHHT IN T1IK
win-1,1. In Iwr I'rlt'i! ft pr Imt, at I We
ftet llrt;viiUi) utacc.
Kt)R HA Lll AT Til IS HAST OIlKGONIAN
oCli. Is fit UiBillrrt of uniM)nr, roN
Inlultig uvir llhi blat papnr ran t oMalarl
far VI rutttii n botiiflt.
FDlt RENT It In lb li.t ()roa
' -n bulMlui: for rnt . tn. Iiat). bt
jll and both ruwu
INl'uTND-THK IlKltKlNAKTItH UK.
ttMortt"! tk li un iih up br u
Xt'mik,',
Out ImckiUo hir. tUV !. nu l
"H bluirli trn l nil HkIii ahuliUr tmir),r.
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Advertising.
We may live without potttry. music
tuiil url.
V may live without cowtrcleaco and
llt'0 without tiiMtrl;
' may llv wltUoot (rfende. ami llvs
without fada.
Hut bualntMM today nuinot lire with
out nda.
Thi Country MerchauL
Aaunclon ICunulvtil olitnliiml a mi-
Joiity of tin) lK'tanil votH In tu
lftloi. for the prtmlUenry of CiHitit
Itlen.
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TRANSPORTATION LINES,
'lil'ST 0I; RVHUrrillNn"
III u wonl tlilx tells of the
phhwiDgur iMirvIm rl
i ne
North-Western
r ... ' '
Line
S truliu daily Ntwimi Ht. Paul
Mild Chicago UOiJIpfralllg
The latwtt I'lilhnan HlM-ir
Pt-orlia Dining Curt
Library and OIwirvrt.on Cura
Free lUelinliiK ("hair t'ar
The tf)th fVntury Train
! THIS NO I ITJ I V ICHTK I IN LIM ITI6D
ruim every day of Uie yuur
IMVITT TIM IV IV Till? U'OMI I)
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TO (JHIOAfJO JiV DA V I.HJHT
The Badger Hlate Kxprtwi, the flnrwt
day train ruimlng Iwtwt-nii St. Pul
ami Chicago vk tlie Hhort Mile; rn
neotloiu from Hie Witit made via
The Northern PielHe,
fJreat Northern, ami
fniwllait Paclllo Jlyn.
ThU ht the U-nt line hetwreil Oinalia,
V. ILMKAD, II. L, HIoLKft,
O, A. l.A.
all. Alder St., i'ortlaml, Ore.
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TRANSPORTATION LINES.
OREGON
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Columbia River
Railroad
Take thfs
route for
For Chicago, Ht. Paul, Ht. UuU, Ku
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