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A BIG LOG ROLLING 1144 INITIATED
WOODMEN AND WOMEN OF WOOD
CRAFT, PENDLETON APRIL 21-22 NEXT.
j .ss 6. Lis.
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WANTED ADVBUTISnnS TO MAKE USE ROYAL XEIGIIBORS OF AMSRICA
of these clnsslned columns. If xu uave Wlldwood Cump. No. 2333. meets sec
omotulnK yon lmve no use for, offer to 0Qd nmi fourth Saturdays of cac' month,
trade It for something that some other a nendrlck's nail. Mrs. Ida Holcomb,
body may have and hove no use for, some- Oracle ; Mrs. Nettle Bobbins. Recorder.
untie that you may need In your business. : :
Yon may have an extra horse that you ; UMATILLA TISNT, NO. 27. IC O. T. M
Bight wish to trade for a cow or a vehicle. ' Meets In Secret Society Hall, sei-oDj and
Somebody mny have the cow and vehicle fourth Tuesdays of each month. All via
and wnnt the horse. A fifteen or twenty- King Sir Knights cordially Invited. J. S.
five cent want nfld will probably do the Kees, Ilecord Keeper; E. D. Estabroofc,
TOR SALE GASOLINE ISNUINE. "WITH
pipes. tauKs ana rui iks. roiiy 10 ier-
Ate, five to six horse oowor. U-Mnonili-iil lu
the use of fuel. Price $220. East Oregon-
San office, Pendleton.
office, large bundles of newopapers. i - on -
talnlnsr over 100 big papers can be obtained
for 25 cents a bundle.
DR. W. G. COLE. OFFICE IN JUDD
building. Office hours. 10 to 12i a. m. ;
1 to 5 p. m. Telephone 77.
3. L. MILLER. M. D., DESPAIN BLOCK,
treats and corrects eye troubles catar
rhal conditions and Impaired hearing.
Glasses correctly fitted . for .refractive er
rors. toll. C. J. SMITH, OFFICE OVER THE
Penleton bavmcs HanK. j.eiepi;one so ;
residence telephone 31.
B. 8. GARFIELD, M. T)., HOMEnPATH-
1c Physician nml Surgeon. Oluce In
Jndd bnildlntr. . Telephone-: Office, black
TS : residence, black 24
Dr. WILLIAM HOUSE. PHYSICIAN AND
onrceou. wiuie. ruiim u .ihuu mini-
tag. Phone Main 72. Residence Phone Red 23.
DR. J. P. M'FAUL, ROOM 17. ASSOCIA
tlon block. Telephone Main 03 ; resi
dence telephone, black 101.
DR. T. M. HENDERSON. PHYSICIAN
and 'Surgeon. Specialties eye. ear. nose
and throat. Office In Savings Bank build
ing. Phone Main 33.
OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS. DRS.
Keyes & Keyes. Office one block west of
DR. LYNN K. BLAKESLEE. .CHRONIC
and nervous diseases and dlseiiHis of
women. Opp. Hotel Pendleton, cor. Water
and Main Sts., Pendleton, Ore, Phone
ARCHITECTS AND BUILDERS.
ft F. JJ.OWARD, ARCHITECT AND SU
' perlntendent, mates complete and reli
able plans . for buildings In the city or
country. Room 17, Judd building.
BHEEK & COLE, CONTRACTORS AND
builders. Estimates furnished on short
notice. Job work a specialty. Prompt
ervtce. nop on Bluff street, near Mam
D. A. MAY , CONTRACTOR AND
builder. Estimates furnished on all
kinds of masonry, cement walks, stone
walls, etc. Orders can be left at the East
MAPLE BROS., COURT STREET, LA
Dow Block, electricians, dealers In elec
trical supplies. Houses, stores wired for
electric itgnts. Dens or telephones. Electri
cal fixtures, all kinds Get our prises. Re
pair work a specialty'.
LIVERY AND FEED STABLES.
COMMERCIAL STABLES, G. W. FROOME
Prop. Livery feed and Boarding. All kinds
turnouts. Competent drivers. Opposite Ho
tel Pendleton. Telephone 16.
DEPOT LIVERY. FEED AND SA.,E.S
Stables. First class aln-ls ind double
rigs for nil occasions. 027 C'ottiuwpod St.
Phone, Main "70. Evlln Craig, Prop.
CITY STABLE8, T. W. AYER3, PKOr.,
Livery, feed and boarding. The best
turnouts in the city. 4.lta St.. between
:Maln and Cottonwood Sts. Phone, Main 10.
THE O. K. FEED 8TABLE8. SATISFACTION
guaranteed. C19 Aura St., bet. Webb and
Alta, p. Hartshorn, prop. Many years ex
perience in this business.
OREGON FEED YARD, W. T. BOYNTON
Prop. Special care given horses left with
me. Lower Webb street. Phone Red 201.
CABS AND CARRIAGE8. '
CITY CAB LINE.. ERWIN BAKER. PROP.
Telephone Main 79, at the Depot Livery
H-tA.1VAT7.gPan DENTIST. OFFJCE IN
A". MANN.DEN.TI8T," IN ASSOCIA
tlon block, over ;F. Ji, Clopton's office.
Tfi" JWPawp 'House, J. H. wiL ,
k.tii"ri,r,V, JSSi weuPfT'.'eAa.' ?Inc' r?Bs and bottles, iron of
" RESTAURANTS AND CAFES.
8T OEOIWJE -RBSTAtJR'ANT,, PTUICTLY
flrst class. W.'W PaBgjj.n.' Peon. Meaii
all hours. 004 Main St. Tel. Main V
. m .
not ni.J, kl'JIJL.:,
CO., .DRUGGISTS, PNDLCTOW; OREGON.
HEDMEN OMAHALES TRIBE, NO. IS
Meets every Tuesday .night In Hen
drlck's Hall. Itoy W. Rltner, Keeper of
. pKNDLETON LODGE, NO. IW, A. F. and
a. M., meets first and third Mondays' of
. each month. Visiting brjtiran welcome. T.
1 3. Tweedy, W. M., Joe H. I'nrKii, ...
; PENDLETON CHAPTER, NO. 23 T. C.
i Taylor, H. P., F. F. Wamsley, Secretary.
Meets first and fourth Friday of each
: mouui in jaasonic uail.
PENDLETON COMMANDERY, NO. 7.,
Robert Forster, E. C. W. E. Carter, Sec
retary. Meets first and third Friday of
each month in Masonic Hall.
1-IONEERS OF THE PACIFIC WIL
11am Martin Encampment, No. 1. Meets
every Wednesday at Hendricks Hall.
Mrs. L. F. Lampkln, Secretary.
DAilON LODGE, NO. 4. KNIGHTS OF
T 1. Inn T VkhiIIh 41 n a ! TtJ
Fletcher. K. of B. & 8. Meo'ts evrrv
i imnflav In Seen Rnciprv Hall.
Tituijia Camp" No" 6309. Meets flret and
. i.ird Knttirrimnj nf nh month . n.n.
, ,iri-kB Hall. Geonro A. Hnmhlln. Pnn-
sul ; G. A. Robblns. Clerk.
I WOp -in OF THE WORLD REGULAR
.,.1., nf PAnrtlrtnn Pnmn Nn 41. W.
ir., ar eld In Odd Fellows' hall every
. nesdr.y 'ng. Visiting neighbors always
wi pr&?. . Walker, Clerk, J. P. Earl,
CARTER u RALEY, ATTORNEYS AT
Law. Office In Savings Bank building.
BEAN & LOWELL. ATTORNEYS AT
Law. Room 14 Association block, Pen
T. G. HAILEY, LAWYER. OFFICE IN
Judd building, Pendleton, Oregon.
N. BERKELEY. ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office in Association block.
B. D. BOYD, ATTORNEY AT LAW.
L. B. BEEDER, ATTORNEY AC IaW,
JAMES A. FEE, LAW OFFICE IN JUDD
3TILLMAN & 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 Associa
W. S. BOWMAN, LEADING PHOTOGRA
pher of the city. Harvest views, Indian
pbotos for 6ale. Finishing done for ima-
teurs. iiam St., near bridge. Phone, Red
BANKS AND BROKERS.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF ATHENA,
Oregon. Capital, $50,000; surplus and
Si uuio, ?.uiuu. miei-est on time aepositS.
leals In foreign and domestic exchange.
Collections promptly attended to. Henry
v.. auauin, mcsiueui ; x. J. JVITK, VICe-preS
Ident; E. L. Uarnettcashler ; Mrs.' E. L
Uarnett, assistant cashier.
THE PENDLETON HAVIKfls nwir
Pendleton, Oregon. Organized March 1,
jooo cuyiuii, ; surplus, UU,UUU.
Interest allowed on time deposits. Ex
change bought and. sold on all principal
points.. Special attention given to collec
tions W 1 HSicnlati . . t ilt
Teal, vice-president; T. J. Morris, cashier.
THE FARMERS BANK OF WESTON,
Weston, Oregon. Does a general bank
Ing business. Exchange bought and sold.
Collections promptly attended to. R.
Jameson, president; Geo. W. Proebstel,
vice-president; J. R. Kllgore, cashier; di
rectors, G. A. Hartman, M. M. Johns. T.
J. Price, G. D. Graw, J. F. KligOre, Robert
Jameson, G. W. Proebstel.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF PENDLB
ton.. Capital $70,000; surplus, 185,000.
Transacts a general banking business. Ex
change and telegraphic transfers sold on
Chicago, San Francisco, New York and
principal points In the northwest. Drafts
drawn on China, Japan and Europe.
Makes collections ou reasonable terms.
Lievi Ankeuy, president; W F. Matlock,.
ive-jrt.-sieui ; v.. u. nuue, casnier ; u. c
Guernsey, assistant cashier.
HIDES, PELJ6 AND JUNK.
YOU CAN GET THE HIGHEST MAR-
ket price for your hides, -pelts and all
all kinds, a sneclnltv. rnn'.nnuii.ino in
80 cents worth of old rags or ship In
500 worth of hides' and will Iks' treated
to the same way. Wje ..have come here to
'ity,r Gi.Te H? ? nfl yon will be satls
d. u Shank lc, Cp,' office and. warehouse
next to Enstprn rtotel, Pendleton, Ore.
Telephone, Red 221,
... i I -I.M , a
... ..H.iii. ruvu mm Mvmm jauum. umiubib.
dlcliaTBe. which tf not checked
Ai I' r . ? .
LOBBIES THAT ARE
Senator Harris Thinks There's Im
provement over Former Status.
During a session of congress, espec
ially during the latter part, the halls
of the great marble building on Cap
itol Hill are filled with an anxious
crowd of men and women. Men with
their hats full of papers are seen but
tonholing representatives or sena
tors, pleading in as earnest a manner
as though a matter of life and death
hung on the issue. Women from the
well-gowned daughters of wealth to
those whose very appearance pro
claims their poverty, are waiting to
see some member who v III help them
through with a pension bill, or some
measure in which they have personal
or philanthropic '.nteres. This is the
visible lobby of which so much has
been written in sweeping denuncia
tion. ' j
Every measure whicu is presented
to congress with the indention of haV-1
ing it incorporated into the law of
the land necessarily has itu friend
or friends, and, in many instances,
its enemies. Those opposing forces
work with more or Ijjs pertistance
for or against these 'n.;asi?rcs while
under consideration by "ongress, and
the numerical strength of the forces
is determined by the importance ..if
the bill and the divert, ty and value
of the interests they (t.Tec;. For in
stance, a bill proposing to change the
tariff laws of the rout, ry bis for its
advocates .and oppon.y a,irrost the
entire country; an-1, in on- ense, the
entire country lobbies for . r agaim
the bill in its effoits ty inijuende the
action ot congress.
The suspicion that influences tha
-wiL lnot bear the, futf Hght of public!
ty are being employed for any public
or private measure creates a preju
dice against it and tends to roake the
adoption more difficult.
While the mille aiuv ixs not bee
reache din matters' of adopting legis
latipn, . I am certain there is a
constant improve jieiK aiisl that tho
tone of public seJce Is an the up
ward trend. The leeii'-itivo branch
of the government is inclined to be
mindful of the needs ana uitfrests p(
the people; an -.Lv executive- branch
.as evidenced by'th-s work of every do
lmrtment Of thO nr.lVO.T 1".unt aai'vinn
is conducted upon l uainess iirincip1. -s
ana in accordance with Jaw. U. S
FORCE OF VIBRATION,
Architect tells Why a Fiddle Can
Shake a, Great Building.
"What force least expected does
the greatest damage to buildings?"
an inciianapojls,, newspaper man ask
ed a .great architect, i
",It .s.difflc'ult to tell. But JI' will
Veriture,to say that. ypit would never
expect violin playing no injure tho
walls of a,bullding. Yet uch Is the
case. There; JiaVje . Ueen instances
.struc tures have been seriously damag'
$d by tJie, vibrations ot a yipjln, ot
couiie th;ese 'cases are uhuBual but
,iue tacts are well established. Tle
vibrations of a violin are something
terrible in. tholr unseen, unbound
force, and when; thgy comj In contadt
ivitliru)arit nlieyb.ear. tilSlr- Jn
fluence upon structures of stonq.
tinuous lilaying for many years to
loosen masonry or make iron brittle,
but that .result is obtained. In the
great Masonic Temple In Chicago I
have thought of what the result
would be if a man would stand on
the first floor, at the bottom of the
nineteen story light well, and play
there continuously. The result
would be more easily seen there than
almost any place else, because tho
vibration gathers force as it ascends
upword. A man can feel the vibra
tion 'of a violin in an iron clad ocean
vessel, and at the same time be un
able to hear the music. It is' the
regularity of the vibrations that mean
so much. Like the constant dripping
or water, wearing away a stone, the
incessant vibration of the violin
makes Its way to the walls, and at
tacks tlieir solidity."
"But why does not this vibration
not affect the player?"
"Because a man is a flexible ob
ject. He can give, way to motion and
assume his place again.- A frame
building would not be damaged by
vibration because its timbers are flex
ible. But it is different with mason
ry." "You may have noticed that a dog
crossing the room will shake tho en
tire building no matter how small the
dog. A dog can shake a suspension
bridge. There are some great and
valuable bridges which dogs are not
allowed to cross, except when carried.
You see ni that case it is the regular
ity of the vibration that is so power
ful. The dog's movement ,1s a fixed
and positive institution. The first
step on the bridge is not noticed so
much, but .every' stop comes Just
alike, at tho same Interval and with
the same firmness. Tho force gath
ers momentum, and eacli step makes
the bridge sway more. But there is
another 'way that it may perhaps bo
illustrated better. As you sit there,
raise ono root partially on tip-toe,
Thas't It. Now work your knee up
and down rapidly and regularly. See
now everything in tho room rattles
and the floor shakes? That Illustrates
the dog step's power better than any
thing else. You and I and all our
friends could not Jump up and down
in this room and shako tho floor as
you have Just shaken it while sitting
down and using only the forco of one
leg. it is the regularity of the vi
bration that makes it powerful."
Wo offer Ono Hundred Dollars Rewaid for
any case of catarrh that cannot be cured by
F. J. CHENEY & GO,, Props., Toledo, O.
Vie, the undern!guod, have known P. J, Che
ney for the last fifteen years, and bollevo him
perfectly honorablo In nil bnsinnaa irn,riinni
and financially able to carry out any obllga-
WKbT & TKUAX,
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, Ohio.
Waldino, Kimax & Marvin.
t ... v,ll0lfsft'e Druggists, Toledo, Ohio.
Hbll's Catarrh Ourn In tiiknti tiilnrm.ll v act.
lint directly on the blnnd Htiil innnnnu uiW.n,
of the system. Price 75o, per bottle., Sold by
all druggists. , Testimonials free.
Hairs rurally Pills are the bent.
We may JJve without poetry, musli
' and art.
We may live withdyt conscience and
Jive without heart;
We may live without friends, and live
But business, today cannot live with
-Tho Country Merchant
For sale, a new wagon and harness
3ee'"WiU I,an'p about it, -
SECOND HAND DEALER8.
GEORGE O'DANIEL. NEW AND SECOND
hand goods bought and old. Court St.,
Opera house block. Call and so. me.
V. STROniiE, 'dKALEK "lN 8KCOND
hand goods. If there Is anything you
need In new or second hand furniture,
stoves, granite wnro and crockery, call and
get bis prices. No. 212 Court St
OLD NEWSPAPERS TO PUT UNDER
carpets, on shelves, walls, or for wrap-
King purposes. Old newspapers In largo
undies of ono hundred each at 23 rents a
bundle at the EAST .OREGONIAN offlco,
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FOR SALE NEW CHICAGO TIPEWRIT.
er, universal key board, first class ma
chine. Take a look at' it. Thirty dollars
will buy it. East Oregonlan office.
BABIUTT METAL. BEST IN TnE
world, In bars. Price $1 per bar, at tho
East Oregonlan office.
CALL FOR COUNTY WARRANTS.
All Umatilla county warrnnta rcRltitcrod
in January and February, 1000, will bo paid
at my office at tho court liouuo upon preBonta
tion. Intercat ceases on dato ot publication.
Pandleton, Oregon, February 28, 1902.
8. K. YATES,
1V(ABiirnr ni rjmiM11 County
What It Is..
Advertising is tho life blood of the
business world today, and well direct
ed advertising is like tho powerful
searchlight of a river steamer, thrown
upon a distant cottage on tho bank,
cutting it out like a picture painted on
a black canvas. Tho timid buyer and
tho prospective Industry will follow
the rays of the searchlight of public
ity, Just as surely as will the eyeB of
the steamer's passengers follow tho
light thrown from their vessfel. They
will not search the surrounding gloom
for objects of Interest when a beauti
ful picture is clearly shown before
them. Prospective buyers will not
search the surrounding gloom for
your competitors If tho searchlight of
publicity is turned on your own place
or business. canastota (N. Y.) Bee.
John Henry Wilson, an Oregon
pioneer, died at his homo at, Salem
Tuesday night. He has been ill for
two years, with a complication of dl
seases. He was born in Tonncsseo
on March 14th, nearly seventy years
ago. He came to Oregon In 1851, and
lived on a farm three miles east of
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Boats leave Portland dally, except Sunday,
(Btago of water permitting) tor Wlllamotte and
amhlll Rlvor points.
Rl pari a
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F. F. WAMBLKY, Agent, Pendleton,
For Chicago, St. Paul, St. Louis, Kan
sas City, St. Joe, Omaha, and
All Points East and South
Portland and points
on the Sound
Leave Pendleton, dally except Snndsjs at
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Arrive Pendleton Monday, Wednesday ul
Friday 11 -M am.
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Saturday 9 Ot ami
Leavo Walla Walla dally, east bound 10:00 pra,
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For Information ret-ardlne rates and aceon.
modatloni, call on or addres
w. ajjamm, Agent,
a. b. oaldkuhkad. o. p, a..
nana nana, wasn.
Pull mail Sleeping Cars,
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Tourist Sleeping, Oira
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aud tickets, call on or rlte W. Adams. P.'
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