East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, March 04, 1902, Image 7

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WOODMEN AND WOMEN OF WOOD
CRAFT, PENDLETON APRIL 21-22 NEXT.
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WANTED.
WANTED ADVERTISERS TO MAKE USE
ot thcee classified columns. If yon wye
something you have no use for, offer to
trade It for something that some other
ody may have and have no use for, some
wing that you may need In your business.
Ton may have an extra horse that you
might wish to trade for a cow or a vehicle.
Somebody may have the cow and vehicle
ana want tne norse. a uih-ou ur hykuij
flvfi cent want add will probably do tho
business.
FOR SALE.
)R SALE GASOLINE ! UN'S, WITH
nines, tanks and fttiiia. itv to oi.er-
ate. five to sir horse ooiver. IjMaomlcnl In
the use of fuel. Price JOO. East Oregon-
lu office, Pendleton.
tOR BALE AT THE BAST OREGONIAfc
office, large bundles of newspapers, eon
olclng over 100 big papers can be obtained
for 25 cents a bundle. i
PHYSICIANS.
DE. W. G. OOLE. OFFICE IN JUDD
building. Office bnnrs. 10 to 12 a. m. ;
1 to 5 p. ni. Telephone 77.
L. MILLER, M. D., DESPAIN BLOCK,
treats and corrects eye troubles catar
rhal conditions and Impaired hearing.
Glasses correctly fitted for refractive er
rors). ,
DR. C. .1. SMITH. OFFICE OVER THE:
Penleton Savings Rank. Telephone 80;
residence telephone 81.
tflU B. GARPIKLD, If. D ,HOMKnPATH-
lc I'hvslcinn nnn prgoon. t'iuce in,
I Judd building.' Telephone: Office, black
78: residence, black 24.
' Dn WILLIAM HOUSE. PHYSICIAN AND
Office, room 20 Judd nnlld-
!ng. Pno'neMuin 72. Realdcuoe .Fhono Red 23;
DR. 3. P. WFATIL, ROOM 17. A880CIA
tlon block. Telephone Main 03 ; resi
dence telephone, black 101.
DR. T. M. HENDERSON, PHYSICIAN
ml Hurzean. Sneclaltles eve. ear. nose
i and throat Ofllce In Savings Bank build-
, Ing. Phone Mam H3.
OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS. DRS.
IKeyes & Keyes. urnce one diock wibx ol
Boston Store.
DR. LYNN K. BLAKESLEE. CHRONIC
iromen. 6pp. Hotel Pendleton,- cor. Water
Airi nanwAiio (H.nn una nnn niHUiiu is ri i
nd Alain Hts., renuieton, ure. rnone
zr.i.
ARCHITECTS AND BUILDERS.
F. HOWARD. ARCHITECT ANL SU-
nerlntdhdent. mnkes comnlete and reli
able ol ana for bulldlncs In the city or
country. Room 17, Judd building.
fRRIT & COLE. CONTRACTORS AND
hiilldera. Estimates furnished on short
lotice. Job work a specialty. Prompt
ervlce. Shop on uiutt street, near Main
A. MAY , CONTRACTOR AND
'builder. Estimates furnished on all
nds of masonry, cement wains, sione
alls, etc. Orders can be left at the East
gonian omce.
ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES.
IPT.R RROS.. COURT STREET. LA
now Block, electricians, dealers lr. elec
trical supplies. Houses, stores wired for
piectric ugnts, oeus or reiepnoncs. Kiecin-
il fixtures,' ail Kinds, uet our prisma- mo
iilr work a specialty.
LIVERY AND FEED , STABLES.
"MMinnr'iAT. rtart.pis. a. w. froome
li-r,n T.lvArv fanr! nnd Rnnrllnfr. All kinds
knrnnnta (Inmnntnnt1 rirlveffl. flnnoslte Ho
tel Pendleton. Telephone 10.
JEPOT LIVERY, FEED AND SAFE'S
Stables. First class 3tn-le r.nd double
rigs for nil occasions. 027 .Cott tnwood St.
fuone, warn, ivnn .j-raig, -rop.
ITY BTABWIS, T. W. ATBR3. PROP..
Llvnrv. feed and boardlni!. The beat
turnouts In the cltv. Alta St., between
na and Cottonwood Bts. Phone, Main io.
HIE O. JC, 'FEED STABLES. SATISFACTION
.guaranteed, my Aura hi., dqi. euo nno
Uta. F. P, Hartshorn, prop. Many years ex-
enence in turn pusmess.
JREQ0N KEEP YARD, V,i T. BOyNTON
Prop, ppeniai euro given iiorfius icu wuu
ao. Lower Webb street. Phono Hod 201.
CABS AND CARRIAGES.
CITY CAR T.INR. RItYVIN BAKER. PROP.
iTelonhone Main 79. at tho Depot Livery
table.
DENTI8TS.
A. VAUGnAN. DENTIST. OFFICE IN
Jndd building.
A. MANN. DENTIST. IN ASSOCIA-
tlon .block, over F. JS. Clopton's .office.
LODGING HOUSES.
UK PAL A OR .T.OnniNO HOITHK. J. H. WIL
llama, proprietor. First rinsH roomawoll
Bpi, oy me day-.or v(eoc. 618 iliun h trout.
JESTAURANTSAN.D PA.FE8.
r. george restaurant; ptuictlt.
wrflt class. Wi-'W. Pnnpi.n'nf Pr.m. Jfrnii.'
nuiirH. mi junin nr. xoi. .iain is.
MANHOOD RFgTnRFn:cupiD"E.
liervouaor dbnawsiithKoaerutlvo
'""ur.aopre3r;puonoiBiuniou3lfrcncljpuy8loian,wiii qmcttiy euro you oi
.7. "
ltklopsaU losses by flay or nlgliu Vrevenlaqulolcuoaaof d.iclittio. whlnli If notebook
leads to Bperniatorrlicuft and all tho horrors of lmn.1tncv. CJlfpiMKBfHcleiuiEdst
"ll weltor alnsf 8 u0urumry
1 1) w . i . . .. , ' a rr5 vana by ajoctecois.DetMiM sopereentare troamea witu rresMuiiis.
ihiATr"" "y'i wnpcoy w eun wnaour nntoperutlou. euoo tastamaniau. a wriuea
pOLD BY TALLMAN A CO., DRUGGISTS, PENDLETON, OREGON.
word for the first Insertion, l -
FRATERNAL ORDERS.
ROYAL NEIGHBORS OF AMKRICA
Wlldwood Camp, No. 2333, meets sec
oud and fourth Satttrdays of eac'i month.
In Ilcndrlck's nail. Mrs. Ida Hoi comb,
Oracle: Mrs. Nettle Robbing. Recorder.
UMATILLA TENT, NO. 27, K. O. T. M
Meets in Secret Society Hall, sc-oaa and
fourth Tuesdays of each month. All vis
iting Sir Knights cordially Invited. J. 8.
Kees, Record Keeper: E. D. Estabrook,
Commander.
REDMEN UMAHALES TRIBE, NO. 18
Meots every Tuesday night in Hen
drlck's Hall. Roy W. Rltner, Keeper of
Records.
PENDLETON LODGE, NO. 52, A. F. and
A. M., meets first and third Mondays of
each month. Visiting brjtaran welcome. T.
J. Tweedy, W. M., Joe H. Parks, ..?..
PENDLETON CHAPTER, NO. 2S T. C.
Taylor, H. P., F. F. Wamsley, S9srJtary.
Meets first and fourth Friday of each
month In Masonic Hall.
TENDLETON COMMANDERY, KO. 7.,
Robert Forster, E. C, W. E. Carter, Sec
retary. Meets first and third Friday of
each month in Masonic Hall.
PIONEERS OF THE PACIFIC WIL
Ham Martin Encampment, No. 1. Meets
every Wednesday at Hendricks Hall.
Mrs. L. F. Lampkln, Secretary.
DAMON LODGE, NO. 4. KNIGHTS OF
. Pythias. J. F. Nowlln, C. C. : It. W.
Fletcher, K. of R. . $ B. Meets evrry
Monday In 'Secret Society Hall.
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA
Tutullla Camp, No. G309. Meets first and
third Saturdays of each month at Hen
drlck's Hall. George A. Hamblln, Con
sul : G. A. RobblnB. Clerk.
WOr IN OF THE WORLD REGULAR
of Pendleton Camp No. 41, W.
i W., HTk ''eld In Odd Fellows' hall every
.nctidny o Hig. .Visiting neighbors always
w. icotu '. Walker, Clerk, J. P. Earl,
C. v".
, TORNEYS.
CARTER u RALEY, ATTORNEYS AT
Law. Office In Savings Bank building.
BEAN & LOWELL. ATTORNEYS AT
Law. Room 14 Asssoclatlon block, Pen
dleton, Oregou.
r g"haileilawyer. office in
Jhda building, Pendleton, Oregon.
N. BERKELEY, ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office In Association block.
B. D. BOYD, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Ill
Court St.
L,. B. RBEDER. ATTORNEY Af IaW,
Pendletoni Oregon.
JAMES A." FEE, LAW OFFICE IN JUDD
Building.
BTILLMAN & 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
tion block.
PHOTOGRAPHERS.
W. 8. BOWMAN, LEADING PHOTOGBA;
jiner oi me ciiy. Harvest yiewn, luumu
photos for sale. Finishing done for ama
teurs. Main St., near bridge.- Phone, Red
70.
BANKS AND BROKERS.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF ATHENA,
Oregon. Capital, $50,000-: surplus and
profits, $0000. Interest on time deposits.
Deals in foreign and domestic exchange.
Collections prqmptljr attended., to. , Henry
C. Adams, nrosldeut ;.-3V'J:.;.Klrk," vice-president;
E. L. 'Harnett, cashier; Mrs. E. L.
Barnett, assistant cashier. ''
THE PENDLETON SAVINGS BANK,
Pendleton, Oregon. Organized March 1,
1880;' capital, $50,000: surplus,. $9px000.
Interest allowed ou time deposits. Ex
change bought and sold on all principal
points. Special attention given to collec
tions, W. J. Furnish, president; J.- N.
Teal, vice-president; T. 3.- Morris, cashier.
inE 'barmers bank ofvveston,
Weston, Oregon. Does a general bank
ing business. Exchange bought and sold.
Coilectlqns promptly attended to. R.
Jameson, president; Geo. W. Protbetel,
lce-presldent ; Jv 'R. JCllgore, cashier; di
rectors,' G. A. Hartman, M. M. Johns. T.
J. Price. G. D. Graw,. J. F Kllgore, Robert
Jameson; -Q. .W. Proebstel.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF PENDLEt
ton. Capital $70,000: surnlus, $85,000.
Transacts a general banking business. Ex
change and ' telegraphic transfers sold on
Chicago, San Francisco, New York and
principal points In the northwest Drafts
drawu on Chloa, Japan and Europe.
Makes collections on reasonable terms.
Levi Aukeny, president; W. F. Matlock,
vice-president: C. B. Wade, cashier; H. C.
Guernsey, assistant cashier.
HIDES, PELTS AND JUNK.
YOU CAN GET THE HIGHEST MAR
ket price for your hides, pelts and all
kinds ot luuk. such as rubber, brass, coo
per, lead, zinc, rags and bottles. Iron of
all kinds a specialty. You can bring In
ou cents wortu ot oia rags or snip in
500 worth of hides and will be treated
In tho same way. Wo have come Jiere to
stay. Olvb ua n'cal and you will be satin
ed. L. Shank & Co., office' and warehouse
next to Eastern uotel, renaieton, ure,
Telephone, Red 221.
organs, such us f.o Manhood, JIuhoebbIsv
(iiuiuiMiU. juvrfoua ueuiuij, jritupra
the
orguus of all Imparities. tiuejLVENfi strengtheng
2c thereafter; 30 words or less, $1.50 per month, or $12 per
AN T3XI'L,ANATION.
"Why do the.y say March came in like a Hon?"
"Because the weather was beastly."
COMMERCE-TRADE
Local Market Prices.
The following snows the prices
paid on the local market:
Turnips, 75c per sack.
Parsnips, 75c per sack.
Cabbage, 4c lb.
Cheese, per lb., 20c.
Onions, per cwL, $2.
Keete, per lb., lc.
Potatoes, per cwt., $2.
Apples, per box, $1.50,
Horse radish, 12c lb.
Garlick, llsc lb.
Sweet potatoes, 5c per lb.
Bauer Kraut, 40c per gallon.
Pendleton Livestock and Poultry.
Chickens, hens, per doz., $3.50 to
$4.50. .
Boosters, $3.50 to $4.50.
Turkeys, per lb., 10,
Geese, per doz., $9.
Spring chickens,' per doz., $3.60.
Ducks,- per doz., $3.75.
Pigeons, per doz., $1.50.
Eggs, 25c in trade.
Butter, 50 to 60c per roll.
Choice beei cattle, etc.
Cows, per hundred, $3.10.
Steers, $4.
'Hogs, live, 5c.
Hogs, dressed, 8c.
Calves, dressed. 7 to 8c
Pendleton Retail Grocery Prices.
Sugar Cane granulated, best, $5.C5
r nank: do.. 15 lbs. $1: beet trranu-
.Iated, $5.50 per sack; do 16 lbs, $1.
.Cofiee Mocha ana Java, Desi, uc
per lb; next grade, 35c lb; lower
grades coffee, 25 to 15c lb; package
coffee, 16c lb.
Jlice Best head rice, 12c per lb;
next grade, 8 l-3c per lb.
Salt Coarse, $1.35 per 100; table,
$2.20 per 100.
IFlour B. B., $2.50 per bbl.
Flour, Walters, $2.70 per bbl. .
Hops, Wool and Hides.
Portland, March 4. HHops 11
13c per pound.
Wool Nominal; valley, 1316c;
Eastern Oregon, 812c; mohair, 21
210 per pound.
Sheepskins Shearings, 1620c;
short wool, 2536c; medium wool,
3060c; long wool, 60c$l each,
Tallow Prime, per pound, 4
4c; No. 2 and grease, 23c.
Hides Dry hides, No. 1, 16 pounds
and up, 15loc per p"ound; dry kip,
No. J, 5 to 15 pounds, 16c; dry calf,
No. 1. under ,5 pounds, 16ci dry salt
ed bulls and stags one-third less than
dry flint; salted hides, steers, sound,
60 pounds and over, 89c; 50 to 60
pounds, 78c; under 60 pounds
and cows, 7c; stags and bulls, sound,
535'c; Up, sound, 15 to 30 pounds',
7c; veal, sound, 10 to 14 pounds,, 7c;,
calf, sound under. 10 .pounds) 8c;
green '(unsaUed) 1 c pe'rpcmnd less;
onllc nnn opnt nor nnnnd Iahb: horse
hides, salted, ' each $1.602; dry ,
oacn (ikju.du; 'i ous ma.es, uuvu, au
60c; goat skins, common,' each, 10
15c; Angora, with wool on, each,25
1
Pelts Bear 8kins,sa. y , szeNq. J,
each $520; cubs, $26; badger,
each, 1040c; wildcat, each, 2530c;
house cat, 510c; fox, common gray,
3050c; do red, each, $1.50Q2; do,
cross, each, $5Q15; do silver and
hlack, each, $100200; fishers, each,
$56; lynx, each, $2)3; mink,
strictly No. 1., each 30c1.25; mar
ten, dark northern; $612; marten,
pale pine, according to size and co
lor, $1.50a; muskrats, large, eacn,
510c; skunks, each, 25g30c; civet
or polecat, each, 610c; otter for
large prime skins, each, $57; pan
ther, with head and claws perfect,
each, $2.005.00; raccoon, for laro
prime, 3035c; wolf, mountain, with
head perfect, each, $3.50
5; wolf, prairie (coyote) with head
perfect, each, 40 60c; wolf, prairie,
(coyote) without head perfect, each,
3035c; wolverine, each $47; beav
er, per skin, large, $56; do medium,
$34; do small, $11.50; do kits,
6075c.
How's This?
We offer One Hundred Dollars Uewajd for
any case of catarrh that cannot do curcu oy
Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Props., Toledo, O.
We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Che
ney fo the last fifteen years, and believe him
perfectly honorable in all business transactioni
and financially able to carry out any obliga
tions made by their firm.
West & Tbbax,
x Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, Ohio.
WAtDINO, KlNNAN & MAKVIN,
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, Ohio.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, act
ing directly on tho blood and mucous surface
of the system. Price 76c. per bottle. Bold by
all druggists. Testimonials I tee.
Hall's Family X'ijls are the oest.
What It Is.
Advertising is tho life blood of the
business world today, and well direct
ed advertis ng is like tho powerful
searchlight, of a river steamer, thrown
upon a distant cottage on tne Dani,
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 eyes of
the steamer's passengers follow the
light thrown from their vessel. They
will riot 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 the searchlight of
publicity is turned on your own place
of business. Canastota (N, Y. Bee.
Call for Meeting p' Democratic Cen
tral Committee.
.Notice Is hereby given that tho
Dempcratic Central Committee will
meet at the court house, in Pendleton,
Oregon, at 2 o'clock p. m., on March
15th, 1902. All democrats Invited to
attend,
J. H. HALEY,
Chairman.
A.i C. Haley, Secretary.
Advertising.
We may live "without poetry, music
and Art,
We may live without conscience and
llvo without heart:
We may live without friends; and live
wunour, raqs,
But business today cannot live with
out ads.
, The Country 'Merchant
year. No ad. Inserted for less than 15c.
SECONP HAND DEALER8.
GEORGE O'DANtKU NEW AND SECOND
hand goods bought and old. Court St.,
Opera houso block. Call and sus me.
V. 8TK0BLK, DEALER IN 8ECOND
hand goods. If there Is anything yon
need in new or second hand furniture,
toves, granite ware nnd crockery, call and
cot his prices. No. 212 Court St
MISCELLANEOUS.
OLD NEWSrAPERfJ TO PUT UNPEH
carpets, on shelves, walls, or for wrap
ping purposes. Old newspapers In large
bundles of ouo hundred each at 23 cents a
bundle at the EAST OttEGONIAN office,
Pendleton, Oregon.
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want to subscribe to magazines or news
nnnrrn In tho United States or Europe.
remit bv postal note, check or send to the
EAST OREGONIAN tho net puDllsher's
price of the publication you dcslro, and we
will have It sent you and assume al tthe
risk or tne money Doing lost in vuu mni'i.
it- win Riivn vnu both trouble ai d risk.
If you are a subscriber to the EAST ORE
GONIAN, In remitting you can deduct ten
per cent from tho publisher's prlro Ad
dress EAST OIIKUUNIAN I'Uli. UU ren-
dleton, Oregon.
TOR SALE NEW CniCAGO TrPEWRIT
er, universal key board, first class ma
chine. Take a look at It. Thirty dollars
will buy It. EaBt Orcgonlan office.
IJAimiTT METAL. BEST IN THE
world, In bars. Price $1 per bar, at tho
East Oregonlan office.
CALL FOR COUNTY WARRANTS.
All Umatilla county warrants registered
In January and February, 19C0, will bo paid
at my olllco at the court houso upon presenta
tion. Intorcst ceases nn date of publication.''
Fandloton, Oregon, February 28, 1902.
a, K. YATES,
Treamror of UmntUU Honnly
For Justice of the Foace.
I hereby announce myself a cndtdiito for
tho nomination for justice of tho pcaco of
Hendlet n district, subject to tho will of tho
next republican convention Job H.Vahkks.
Not Subject to Insanity.
A well-known cltlzon whoso head is
nearly as bald as a billiard-ball and
begins to look like a glorified ostrich
egg, was being Joked by a friend In
Portland, says the Oregonlan, In re
gard to the loss of his capillary adorn
ment and advised to cut off a flowing
heard and paste It on his scalp. Ho
took tho guying good naturodly, and
stated that ho was In a measure con
soled for tho loss of hair by tho knowl
edge that, this exempted him from any
danger of ever losing his mind, When
asked -how that wns, he said that no
baldheaded man over wont insane,
and that no man without his hair was
ever found in a lunatic asylum. His
friend could not contradict the assor
tlon, as ho had no knowledge in tho
matter, but he was Inclined to doubt
tho assertion.
TRANSPORTATION LINE3.
"BEST OF EVERYTHING"
In a word this tells of the
passenger service via
"The ' .
North-Western
Line"
8 trains daily between St. Paul
and Chicago comprising
The latest Pullman Sleepers
Peerles-s Dining Cars
Library and Observation Care
Free Reclining Chair Cars
The 20th Century Train
THE NORTHWESTERN LIMITED
runs every day of tho year
FINEST TRAIN IN THE WORLD
Electric Lighted Steam Heated
TO CHICAGO BY DAYLIGHT
The liadger State Express, the ilnest
day train running between St. Paul
and Chicago via the Short Line; con
nections from tho West made via
The Northern Pacific,
Great Northern, and
Canadian Paclilo Rys.
This Is the best line between Omaha,
St. Paul and Minnesota. AH agents
sell tickets via "The Northwestern
Line."
W. H. MEAD, H. L. SISLER,
G.'A. T. A,
248. Alder P(: Portland, Ore,
CURE YOURSELF!
U Illg U tor unnatural
nUcliariccn. lullaiuiuatlona.
QBrocj m irriUtloQ or ulcorations
CM
irmurt, , - ui'iuucpui uiciucrauim
4;i'aii)li, anil not mum.
ItheEVANSCheuicuCo. ent or poUonoun.
kciNCINNTI,0,H "old r nruifdUU,
Sir, pent la plain wrapper,
tiy express, propaiu, iior i
Jl.fO, or 3 bottle. I&V&.
TRANSPORTATION LINES.
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OHEGON
SHOipLllHE
UNION PACIFIC
drpakt TlmeSehedul Axmroi
ros Prom Pei.dleton nov
Chicago- Bait Lake, Denver, Ft.
rortland Worth, Omaha, Kan
Special laiUlty.StLouii, Chi-8 :00 a. m.
6 :30 p m cago and Kait,
via Hunt
ington. Atlantis Salt Lake, Denver, Ft
Kxproii Worth, Omaha. Kan
5:16 a. tn, City, 8t.Louh.Chi-11:10 p.m.
via Hunt- cago and Salt,
lngton. ' t
St. Paul Walla Walla, Lewliton.
Fast Mall Spokane, Wallace.Pull.
8.16 a. m. man, Minnoapolli, Bt. 5 SO p. m.
via I'aul, Duluth, MllwaU
Bpokane. kco, Chicago and Eaat.
Ocean and River Schedule.
FROM PORTLAND.
All sailing datei lubject
to chango.
8:00 p. m. , For San Francisco 1 p. m.
Ball every S dayi.
Daily
except Columbia River
Sunday 4pm
8 p. m. To Astoria aud Way Sunday
Baturday Landings.
10 p. m.
Willamette River
Boats leave Portland dally, except Sunday,
(stago ol wator permitting) lor Willamette and
Yamhill Rlvor poifts.
Loave Leave
Riparla Snake Klver Lewistoa
4:05 a.m. 7:00 a.m.
Daily Rlparia to Lewlston. Dairy
Kxcpt Mon Kxcpt Mor
F. F. WAMBLKV, Agent, Pendleton.
Washington &
Columbia River
Railroad
Take thfs
route for
For Chicago, St. Paul, St. Louis, Kan
Baa City, St. Joe, Omaha, and
All Points East and South
Portland and points
on the Sound
TIME CARD.
Leave Pendleton, dally except Sundays at
6:00. pm. k
Arrive Pendleton Monday, Wednesday ut
Friday 11 Mam.
Arilve Pendleton Tuesday, Thursday aea
Saturday DM am;
Leave Walla Walla dally, east bound 100 psa.
Arrive Walla Walla dully west bound 9S ass.
For Information regarding rates and accota.
modatlons, call on or addres S
W. ADAMS, Agent.
Peadleton, Oregoa
B. B. OALDKRnEAD. Q. P. A..
Walla Walla, Wash.
RUNS
Pullman Sleeping Cars,
Elegant Dining Cars,
Tourist Sleeping Carji
fST. PAUL
MINNEAPOLIS
DULUTH
FARGO
TO
i GRAND FORKS
CROOKBI'OiM
WINNEPJEG
HELENA and
BUTTE,
THROUGH TICKETS
TO
CHICAGO
WASHINGTON
PHILADELPHIA
NEW YORK
BOSTON
and all points Saat aud South,
Through ticket to Japan and China, via
Tacoma and Northern1 Faclflo Bteanshlyt O.
and American line, ' 4 V'
JimU SCHBD0LB.
Trains leave Pendleton dally except Sunday,
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' For liirther aiiformatloii.i'time cards, BUS,
and tickets, call on or write W. Ada,P-
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' Third aud Morrlsoa 84., jrrtU.