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A BIG LOG ROLLING 1144 INITIATED
WOODMEN AND WOMEN OF WOOD
CRAFT, PENDLETON APRIL 21-22 NEXT.
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.something you linvo no use for, offer to
trade It for something that some other
body may hove nnd hnve no upo for, some
uuug that you mny need In your business.
Yon mny hnve iui extra, horse thnt you
might wish to trnde for a cow or n vehicle.
Somebody may hnvo the cow and vehicle
,nd want the horse. A fifteen or twenty
five cent want add will probably do the
rOtt BATiK GASOUNR IfiyiHNE, WITH
nines, tanks nnd fttliL-n. rrHv to ni'r-
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J. L. MILLER, M. D., DE8PAIN BLOCK,
treats and corrects eye troubles catar
rhal conditions and Impaired hearing.
Onuses correctly fitted for refractive er
rors. DR. C. J. SMITH, OFFICE OVER TFtFJ
Penleton Savings Rank. Telephone 80;
rldence telephone 31.
B. B. GARFIKLD, SI. D,, HOMEPATH
Ic Physician nnd Surgeon. OlUce In
Jndd building. Tclnhone: OfQce, black
T8 ; residence, blnck 24.
Dr. WILLIAM HOUSE. PHYSICIAN AND
Surgeon. Office, room 20 Jurtfl Tlulld
Ing. Phono jrnln'2. Residence Phone Red 23.
DR. jT P. M'FATIL. ROOM 17, A8SOCIA
tlon lilook. Telephone Main 03 : resi
dence telephone, blnck 101.
DR. T. M. HENDERSON, PHYSICIAN
and Surgeon. Specialties eye. ear. nose
and throat. Office In Savings Dnnlc build
ing. Phone Main 33. '
OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS. DRS.
Keyes & Koyes. Offlco one block wist of
DR. LYNN K. BLAKESLHE, CHRONIC
and nervous diseases nud dlsensi's of
women. Opp. notel Pendleton, cor. Water
and Main Sts Pendleton, Ore. Phone
ARCHITECTS AND BUILDERS.
. F. HOWARD, ARCHITECT ANL Su
perintendent, maltes complete and reli
able nlans for bulldlncs In the city or
BHBBK & COLE, CONTRACTORS AND
builders. Estimates furnished on short
otlce. Job work a BDeclaltv. Prompt
A. MAY . CONTRACTOR AND
builder. Estimates furnished on all
Hit ntn ,ti.,na unn lin laf, nt- ,-hA in...
Daw Block, electricians, dealers In olee-
air wuitt u sueuiaii.v.
LIVERY AND FEED STABLES.
:nAfifwnniAT. otiatit.wcj n tit nnnniim
Prop. Livery feed and hoarding. All kinds
turnouts. Competent drivers. Opposite Ho--tel
Pendleton. Telephone 10.
.DEPOT LIVERY, FEED AND SAdKS
Stables. First class ilnls pd dnubie'
rigs for nil occasions. 027 C'ottmwood St.
Phone, Main 70. Evlln Craig, Prop.
CITY STADLES, T. W. AYBR3. PROP..
Livery; foed and boarding. The best
turnouts In the city. Mta St.. between
Main and Cottonwood Sts. Phone, Main 10.
THE O. K. FEED STABLES. SATISFACTION
guaranteed. filO Aura St., bot.' Webb and
Alta. i P. IIurtHliorn, prop. Many years ex
perience in this business.
OREGON FEED YARD, W. T. BOYNTON
Prop. .Spenlnl care given horses left with
me, Lower Webb streot. Phono Red 201.
CABS AND CARRIAGES.
CITY CAB LINE. ERWIN BAKER, PROP.
Telephone Main 79. at the Dopot Livery
B. A. VAUOnAN, DENTIST, OFFICE IN
H. A. MANN. DENTIST. IN ASSOCIA-
tlon block, over F. B. Clopton's office.
Hams, proprietor. Jlrst elnsi rooms, well
T J n , UW 1 14s 4 D ta V l v
RESTAURANTS AND" CAFES.
II n n ii t-n tin i irni en m . ' . i . . .
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.'S?a t? BPprnintorrhoea and all tho horrors of IniDotoncy. CIJlPlliJIWKcleausestliO
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' luBNK tha nn v Cnmlr. j T' wm nunjiuH w par cent ro trouoiea wnp riwwuiu
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im-i-nAij . J-w., ,unuuvilVllS, PENDUETONi OREGON.
ROVAL NEIGHBORS OF AMURICA
Wlldwood Camp, No. 2333, meets sec
ond and fourth Saturdays of eac'i month.
In Hendrlck's nail. Mrs. Ida Holcomb,
Oracle; Mrs. Nettle Bobbins. Recorder.
UMATILLA TENT, NO. 27, K. O. T. M
Meets in Secret Society Hall, seonJ and
fourth Tuesdays of each month. All vis
it Inc Sir Knlchts cordially Invited. 'J. 8.
Kces, Record Keeper; E. D. Estabrook,
REDMEN UMAHALES TRIBE, NO. 18
Meets every Tuesday night In Hen
drlck's Hall. Roy W. Kltnor, Keeper of
rrcNIiLETON LODGE. NO. 52. A. F. aud
A. M., meets first and third Mondays of
eacn rouniu. visiiiug urjuinu wtr.'iiiui. a.
J. Tweedy, W. M., Joe II. l.iirlCM, .Sic.
PENDLETON CHAPTER, NO. 23--T. C.
Taylor, n. P., F. F. Wamsley, Secretary.
Meets first and fourth Friday of each
month In Masonic Hall.
PENDLETON COMMANDERY, NO. 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
11am Mnrtln 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. ; U. W.
Flotchor, K. ol R. ,& 8. MeetB evrry
Monday In Secret Society Hall.
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA
Tutullla Camp, No. 0399. Meets first and
third Saturdays of each month nt Hen
drlck's nail. George A. Hamblln, Con
sul ; G. A. Robblns. Clerk.
WOf "N OF THE WORLD REGULAR
lis: of Pendleton Camp No. 41, W.
.. r. V'ld In Odd FellowB' hall every
. 'jvV.es 'i. 'i'g. iVlsltlng 'neighbors always
Wv. 'c-'OU . , Walker, Clerk, J. P. Earl,
CARTER u HALEY, ATTORNEYS AT
Law. Office In Savings Bank balldlng.
UEAN & LOWELL, ATTORNEYS AT
Law. Room 14 ABSsociatlon block, Pen
T. "g! HAILEY, LAWYER. OFFICE IN
Judd building, Pendleton, Oregon.
N. BERKELEY, ATTORNEY &T LAW.
Offlco In Association block.
B. D. BOYD, ATTORNEY AT LAW, 111
Court St. .
L. B. REEDER. ATTORNEY Af lAW,
JAMES A. FEE, LAW OFFICE IN JUDD
BTILLMAN & PIERCE, ATTORNEYS
at Law. Mr. Btlllman 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
nnotos ror snic. Finisninc done tor nmn
tours. Main St., near bridge. Phone, Red
BANKS AND BROKERS.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF ATHENA.
Oregon. Capital, $00,000; surplus and
proms, uuuu. interest on time deposits
Deals In foreign and domestic exchance
Collections promptly attended to. Henry
C. Adams, president ; T. J. Kirk, vice-president;
E. L. Harnett, cashier; Mrs. E. L.
isarnett, assistant casnier.
THE PENDLETON SAVINGS BANK,
Pendleton, Oregon. Organized March 1,
mov ; capital, $au,uuu ; surplus, yuu.uuu
Interest allowed on time deDoslts. Ex
cbnnge bought nnd sold on ail rirlnclDal
points. Special attention given to collec
tions. iv, j. iurniBu, president; j. in,
Teal, vice-president; T. J. Alprrls, cashier.
THE FARMERS BANK OF WESTON,
Weston, Oregon. Does a general bank
ing business. Exchange bonght and sold.
Collections promptly attended 'to. R.
Jameson, president; Geo. W. Proebstel,
rice-president ; J. It. Kllgore, cashier; di
rectors, G. A. Hartman, M. M. Johns. T.
JPrlce, G. D. Graw, J. F. JCllgore, Robert
Jameson, u. v. t-roeofltei.
FIRST NATIONAL "BANK ,OIVPENDLE-
ton. Capital ,'570,000 ; surplus, $85,000.
Transacts a general banking business. Ex
chance and teleeranhlc transfers Hold on
Chicago, San Francisco, New York and
principal points In the northwest. Drafts
drawn on uuina, Japan and Europe.
Makes collections on reosonRbln farms.
Levi Ankeny, president; W. F. Matlock,
rice-presiuent ; u. u. wooe, casuier; II, U.
Guernsey, assistant cashier.
HIDES, PELTS AND JUNK.
YOU CAN GET THE HIGHEST MAR-
ket price for your hides, pelts and all
kinds of Junk, such as rubber, brass, cop
per, lead, zinc, rags and bottles. Iron of
all kinds a specialty, xou .can bring In
SO cents worth of old rags or ship In
J500 worth of hides and will bo treated
In the samo wayt We have comehere to
stay, uive uu a cm uuu you will oe sens
ed, L. Shank & Co., office and warehouse
next to Eastern Hotel, Pendleton, Ore.
Telephone, Red 221,
oreuus. sucu ua e.,im& junnuoou. initouiBia.
n.t - .ni a, nn m .una
Wheat is quoted at from 52 to 53
cents in the local market, but quota
tions are strong and the tendency Is
toward another advance before many
days. However, there is -not a great
deal of wheat remaining in the hrnds
of the farmers in Umatilla county, or
the Pacific Northwest, and unless the
price reaches figures that are not con
sidered a sacrifice, it will be held over
by those who have small lots left
who are not compelled to sell and can
hold it at little cost until next year,
upJess they get their price. The drop
of last week Is attributed to the lack
of demand for export wheat and a fall
off in the foreign marklcets. Coast
dealers are not in the field for grain
at present and, although they are of
the opinion that there will be no fur
ther decline, they are already figuring
on crop conditions of the coming sea
son. Perhaps the outlook for short
age in California had a little to do
with the Coast market when -it reach
ed 55 cents two weeks ago, but now
that scare has vanished and copious
rains have fallen all over California.
This has revived the hopes of the
wheat raisers in that state and con
sequently, dealers are basing their
calculations on a large crop from
Locally the crop conditions are not
very flattering "because of the freeze-
out in January, but this is no criterion
ou which to place much stresB, for it
often happens that these spring-grown
wheat yields as heavily as the fall
sown and it is too early to place any
calculations on the future for Umatilla
Local Market Prices.
The following snows the priceB
paid on the local market:
Turnips, 75c per sack.
Parsnips, 75c per sack.
Cabbage, 4c lb.
Cheese, per lb., 20c.
Onions, per cwL, $2.
Ueets, per lb., lc.
Potatoes, per cwt., $2.
Apples, per box, $1.50,
Horse radish, 12 c lb.
Garlick, lissc lb.
Sweet potatoes, 5c per lb.
Sauer Kraut, 40c per gallon.
Pendleton Livestock and Poultry.
Chickens, hens, per doz., $3.50 to
Roosters, fa. 50 to $4.50.
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, 25c in trade.
Butter, 50 to 60c per roll.
Choice beet cattle, etc.
Cows, per hundred, $3.10.
Hogs, live, 6c.
Hogs, dressed, 6c.
Calves, dressed. 7 to 8c
Pendleton Retail Grocery Prices.
Sugar Cane granulated, best, $5.C5
per sack; do., 15 lbs, $1; beet granu
lated, $5.50 per sack; do 16 lbs, $1.
Coffee Mocha and Java, best, 40c
per lb; next grade, 35c lb; lower
grades coffee, 25 to 15c lb; package
coffee, 15c lb.
Rico Best head rice, 12c per lb;
next grade, 8 l-3c per lb.
Salt Coarse, $1.35 per 100; table,
$2.20 per 100.
Flour, B. B., $3 per bbl.
The Portland Wheat Market.
Portland, March C. The Commer
clal Review, in this week's review of
the wheat market, in its issue today,
says: Local quotations have not ma
terlally changed during the week.
This is probably due to the fact that
freights had to suffer tho brunt of
losses abroad and to firmness display
ed by 'holders. Trade is not very ac
tive and some sales of wheat are not
ed daily. Buyers, while not what may
be termed indifferent, are certainly
independent, and judging .by tho
smallness of offerings, holders are
equally so, but the position of ship
pers is one forced upon them by tho
dullness in most of the foreign mar
kets, especially in England, where
the export value for our product is
established and local prices are fixed
accordingly, the only Important home
factor being freight rates. As grain
freights have weakened somewhat
during the past three weeks, wheat
has been benefited to the extent to
reduce charter values and consequent
ly quotations have not declined pro
portionately to losses abroad, Walla
Walla club being-still quoted at 66c;
bluostem, 68c, and valley 66c per
bushel. Holders are as much disin
clined to let go as ever, much firm
ness being displayed by those who
have grain for sale, who hold on to
the belief that values will Improve
and that before the end of the season
the market will reach their figures.
What these figures are not ono will
tell. Last fall they placed 50c as
their figure at home; that would mean
from 63c to 64c at Portland r Ta
coma. Now they receive more and
still refuse to sell. It is not uncom
mon to hear that many parties are
not only holding this present year's
crop,;but in addition thereto havo
wliteaV.im hand that is two or three
yfearsejld. Tho shipments of wheat
foiim) first eight months foreign has
been rather heavy. Portland export
ed 10,501,576 bushels, and Puget
Sound 10,205,932. It looks very much
as if the percentage of shipment this
year will be in favor of Puget Sound,
and this should not bo taken as a sur
prise. The new territory tributary to
Puget Sound on the lines of tho Great
Northern and Ndrthern Pacific pro
duce bumper crops, and tho outlook
for the year 1902 is that more wheat
will be sown in new territory adja
cent to this country, viz., Lincoln and
Adams counties, Washington, and Nez
Perce, of Idaho, that wil lproduce
larger crops than ever heretofore.
The San Francisco Market.
San Francisco, March 6. Wheat in
the local spot market has not been
offered freely, but enough sellers were
on the market from day to day to
supply exporters with all tho grain
required to keep them abreast of ton
nage wants. Values show a lack of
firmness, but the decline was not in
keeping with the weakness cabled
from abroad, which is accounted for
by lower rates accepted for grain ves
sels. February shipments were quite
heavy. The market at the close shows
a tendency to break, aud exporters'
bids are cheaper from $1.08 to $1.10
per cental for standard shipping arti
cle, and milling $1.11 to $1.12.
Wool in Boston.
Boston, Mass., March 6. The wool
market is still strong, although tho
demand is quiet. Tho manufacturers
are only buying for present needs.
There is' a fair demand for territory
wool, with values firm". Choice fine
wool on scoured basis is quoted at
48c, while staple lots are up to 50
to 51c. Fine medium territory is
quoted at 4445c, scoured, with the
range higher If well stapled. Fleece
wooIb are quiet, but prices hold firm
Wool In San Francisco.
San Francisco, March 6. Wool
Spring Humboldt and Mendocino
1516c; Nevada, 1214c; Eastern
Oregon, 1214c; Valley, Oregon, 13
15c. Fall Humboldt and Mendocino,
1012c; mountain, 910c; south
plants and San Joaquin, 69c; lambs,
Wool in Portland.
Portland, March 6. Wool Valley,
1315c; Eastern Oregon, 812,(!c;
mohair, 21g21c per pound.
Skins, Hides and Pelts.
Portland, March 6. Sheepskins
Shearings, 1520c; short wool, 25
35c; medium wool, 3060c; long
wool, 60c$l each.
Hides Dry hides, No. 1, 16 pounds
and up, 15lic per pound; dry kip,
No. 1, 5 to 16 pounds, 16c; dry calf,
No. 1, under 5 pounds, 16c; dry salt
ed bulls and stags one-third less than
dry flint; salted hides, steers, sound,
60 pounds and over, 89c; 60 to 60
pounds, 78c; under 50 pounds
and cows, 7c; stags and bulls, sound,
55c; kip, Bound, 15 to 30 pounds,
yc; veai, sound, iu to n pounds, yc;
calf, sound under 10 pounds, 8c;
green (unsalted), 1 c perpound less;
culls, one cent per pound less; horse
hides, salted, each $1.502; dry,
each $11.50; olts hides, each, 25
50c; goat skins, common, each, 10
15c; Angora, with wool on, each,26
Pelts Bear skins, as Ij size, No. 1,
each $520; cubs, $25; badger,
each, 1040c; wildcat, each, 2530c;
house cat, 610c; fox, common gray,
3050c; do red, each, $1.602; do,
cross, each, $515; do silver and
black, each, $100200; fishers, each,
$56; lynx, each, $23; mink,
strictly No. 1., each 30p1.25; roar
ten, dark northern; $612; marten,
pale pine, according to size and co
lor, $1.50a; muskrats, large, each,
510c; skunks, each, Zb30c; clvot
or polecat, each, 6 10c; otter for
large prime skins, each, $67; pan
ther, with head and claws' perfect,
SECOND HAND DEALERS.
r.KOROR O'DANlKTi. NBW AND 8KCOND
hand goods bought nnd osd. Court St.,
Opera house block. Call aud &hj inc.
V. 8TROm,K, DKALKR IN " SKCOND
haud goods. If there Is anything you
need In new or second hand furniture,
(tores, granite ware and crockery, call and
set his prices. No. 212 Court St
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carpets, on shelves, walls, or for wrap
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b'OR SALE NEW CHICAGO TYPEWRIT
er, universal key board, first class ma
chine. Take n look at It. Thirty dollars
will buy It. East Oregonlen office.
UABBITT METAL, BEST IN TnB
world, In bars, Price $1 per bar, at tho
East Orcgonlan offlco.
FOR RENT Rooms In tho East Oregon
an building for rent; steam heated, hot
and cold water and hath room.
Horse Taken Up.
Cnmo to my feed yard on February Mh, 1002,
ono black twa-ycnr-old Rcldlng No hnvntt
visible, Owner can socuro same bv paying
charges W, T. BOYNTON,
CALL FOR COUNTY WARRANTS.
All Umatilla county warrants registered
In January and Kobruary, 19C0, will bo paid
fttmy otlice at tho court houso upou prosenta
tlon. Interest ceases on dato of publication.
Pandleton, Oregon, February 28, l!X)2.
8. K. YATK8,
Trnmumr ' PmtllU County
each, $2.00 5.00; raccoon, for laro
prime, 3035c; wolf, mountain, with
head perfect, each, $3.50
5; wolf, prairie (coyote) with head
perfect, each, '1060c; wolf, prairie,
(coyofe) without head perfect, each,
3035c; wolverine, ench $47; beav
er, per skin, large, $56; do medium,
$34; do small, $11.50; do kits,
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We may live without friends, and live
But business today cannot llvo with
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8:00 p. m, For Bnu Francisco I p. m.
Ball every 5 days.
except Columbia River
8 p. in. To Astoria aud Way Bunday
10 p. m.
Boats leave Portland dally, except Sunday,
(stago ol water permitting) lor Willamette and
Yamhill Itlvor points.
Illparla. Snake Hlver Lewlstoo
4:05 a.m. 7:00 a.m.
Daily Rlparla to Lewlstou. Daily
Kxcpt Mon Kxcpt If or
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Ban City, St. Joe, Omaha, aud
Alt Points East and South
Portland and points
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Leave Pendleton, dally except Sundays at
Arrive Pendleton Monday, Wednesday aai
Anlve Pendleton Tuesday, Thursday a
Saturday 9 'M ami
Leave Walla Walla daily, east bound 10:00 pas.
Arrive Walla Walla dally west boaud 9 ,-06 ata.
For information regarding rates and aoooss.
modatlona, call on or add res s
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and American Hue,
Trains leavo Pendleton dailv exoeok Sunday
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