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B?r -Rniiaenee Phone'Red 23.
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TKeVea. Office one blSk.wt.t of
Store. . vt'
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HCHITECT8 AND BUILDERS.'
J .HOWARD. ARCHITECT ANO'BU
ttntendent. makes complete anu
plans for buildings itPthe city or
Pr. n.il .A... iMtmlalia ATI nOPX
iiaers. "i""" il"""Tr.1 T.i
JOD worn n -
Shop on Blntt street, near Mala
A. MAT . CONTBACTOB tW,
kM.r Kutlmatai". tnraainM . e,,aui.
.of .maiionrT. cemtnt jwaHh atasa
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.ELECTRICAL.SUP.f LI.E - -
BROS.. COTJRT BTKBM, IiA
r Brock, elgctrlclan,-aanaralBaw
inppllei. Honsef, jtwATOPjBf'
He Ufhta, belle or teiepaoaea. aicviri-
tTtnraa. an Kinna. uei onr unn nr
I work a specialty.
bON KI.KCTRICAL WORKS. C. F. KINB
p. Corner ot Main ana .wcdd rnreew.
Bind bell wiring neatly and 'promptly
Glre us atrial. All work guaranteed,
iKeofu. ,u()r,iKine, rrqp. . j . t
ERY AND FEED STABLES.
UBItCIATi 8TABLB8, Q. W. FROOMH
p.- Llyery feed and Boarding. All ktnda
uti. Competent drlrera. Opposite Ho-
iieton. jeiepnonc 10.
LIVHRT. FHBD AND SALES
Met. First class iln-l and donble
ir all orcaslons. 827 Cotttnwood Bt
, Main 70. Erlln Craig, Prop..
BTABLH8. T. W. ATBR8. PROP..
Itr7i feed and boarding. Tbe best
foa m -tne city. .Mta etr.. "petwea
wd Cottonwood 8ts. 'Paoae, MaJa fO.
ON FEED YAHX1. W. T. HOVNTOW
opeciai care given nones 101 1 wun
in weoo street. Fhone Kea HH.
CAB8 AND CARRIAQES.
GAR T.TNW WTJTTTT V7 Tt A TVT9 DDAtl
pnone Main 79, at the Depot Ltyery
Vm1ITAN' DENTIST, OFFICE IN
MANN. Tipwttoti . iu lawwu.
block, over F. B. Clopton'a office.
8TAURANT8 AND CAFES.
Kr?,as-, W-,W. Panpr'Jj.n. Prop. Meal'
COt Main 8t. Tel. Main 1 Oft! .
BftTOir 1 XT rn.n... .
B for1?.6, ''.JJest views, Iadlan
. Uain nt 'luuninK aone tor ima
M&" St., near bridge. Phone, Bed
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Office i a' . ATTORNEYS AT
hpJJnSavlngs Bank building.
p Oregon. "uuu utiKK,
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Asgoclat on block.
B. nnvn t- 1 .
r8tu' ATTORNEY AT LAW.
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ROYAL NKIQHBORS OF AMERICA WILD
wood Camp, No. 2.133, meets second and
fourth Tuesday ln-each month In Odd Fellows'
HalK Mrs Ida vHolcomb. Oracle: Mrs. Nettie
1UMATILLA TENT. NO. 27, K. O. T. M
Meets In Secret Society Hall, s"dJ and
'fourth- Tueadava of each month. All vls-
lltlnjr Sir Knights 'cordially Invited. J. S.
Keea, Record Keeper. B. D. Estabrook,
-REDMEN DMAHALES TRIBE, NO. 18
-r-Mccta, every Tuesday night In Hen
drlck's Hall. Boy W. Rltner. Keeper of
(vxtitortTmrNN Tannin. Kn. ki. a. it: ani
4A: M.,' meets first and1-third Mondays of
eacn montn. vwitiagt orjcjrnn welcome. 1.
J.-, Tweedy, W. M., Joe A. l arkM, tUc,
PENDLETON CHAPTER, NO. 28 T. C.
Taylor, H. P F. F. Waasley, Secretary.
Meeta first, .and, fourth Friday, of each
monin 'in absobic zikii,
PENDLETON1 COMHANDBRY. NO. 7.,
reUry. Keats first and -third Friday off
each mouth' la Masonic Hall,
PIONEERS . OF THE' FACIFIO-WIL-llam
Martin Encampment, No. 1. Mtsata
every Wednesday" at" Hendrlclrti Hall.
jura. 1 e. laapain, oecraauy.
'DAMON LODGE, NO. 4. KNIGHTS OF
Fytbias. J. ir. nowiin, v;. ; k. w.
Fletcher, K. ol R. 4 8. Heets evrry
.Monday in, (secret aocieij am.11.
MODERN WOODMEN OF 'AMERICA
.Tutullla .Camp, flo. tB Meets ami ana
tnira Baturaaya 01 eacn bwu i. nra
drlck'a Hall. George A. Haaablla, Coa
Bl:H3.--A.-RcBrCltK ' 7
"Shootl" he roared, while' the rescue, party was hesitating. "Shoot! I don'l
jare If you do hit me. P;d rather be burled In coffin than' In a hear."
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD REGULAR
.meetings, of Pendleton Camp No, 1, W.
W., are held in Secret Society ball, every
Saturday evening. Visiting., neighbors are
always . welcome. J. P. Walker, .Clerk, J.
P.' Earirc. C
BANKS AND BROKERS..
FIRST' NATIONAL"" BANK-OF ATHENA,
Oregon. CaplUl, $60,000; surplus aad
prollts, f SOOO. , latere t on tlme deposits.
Deal, W foreign' and' domastlc exchange.
Collactloga. .proatptly atteneM. to, . Henry
CUamB-nreaMaBt; T. J. Kk. vlcejiiwe
ident; E.L Barnott, cashier: F. S LeGrow,
THE PENDLETON SAYINGS . iBANK,
Pendleton; Oregon. , Organised March 1,
1SB9 capltaUiif So,OOD ; surplua; W0.O0O.
Intewat , allowed ron.tlsae deposits., mt
ehaage bought: i and sold on all principal
points. . Special atteatlqn Jtlven. to cpllec
Uona. W. J. Furnish, president; 3. iN.
Teal, vice-president; T. 3, Morris, cashier.
THE FARMERS BANK OF WESTON,
Weston, ureapn. a. nmtnu
laChmrlnasa. Hzcange bougkt and aoM.
nSiartiana DrosaatlT attaadad tto. .
Jameson, president ; Geo. W. .ProebaM
3.' PrlceT G. P. Qraw, 3? F. Kllgore, Robert
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Extra lines: .10 centt each week; 20 cent a lint per mertth. M
ONLY ONE MAI HELD
IN DURANCE VILE NOW.
EASTERN OREGON GOLD
FIELDS ARE EXTENSIVE
.riRST.. .NATIONAL-BANK--GF PENL-
a luiwsanliln aaaaaif am ssnlsfl AB
Chicago. San Francisco, New Yorkjaaa
principal points In tbe northwest. Daafts
orawn on uniw, io
Mm,- . MiiMtiAB.. .MUMfthu tsassal
Levi J-nkenyJ preaMeat W. F. Matteck,
Jlee-nraaident : C. B. Wade, cashier; BT C.
Guernsey, assistant caealar. H
HIDES, PELTS AND JUNK.
YOD CAN GET THE HIGHEST MAR
ket price for your hides, pelts and; all
kinds of Junk, such as rubber, brass, cop
per, lead, jslnc, rags v and. bottles. vlro of
all kinds a specialty. You-caa- bring In
DO cents worth of old rags or ship. In
S500 worth of bldea and will be treated
in tti m war. We have come here to
stay. Give us a cal and yon will be satls-
ea u. onana oc xjo, omco uiu wimivn.
next to Eastern Hotel, renaieion, ure.
Telephone, Bed Sffll.
SECOND HAND DEALERS.
GEORGE O'DANIEL, NEW AND SECOND
nana gooas Dougnc anu vdiu. muh
Oers- bouse -Mock. Call sad set me.
V. BTROBLE. DEALER IN SECOND
band goods. If there la anything yon
need In new or second band furniture,
stoves, granite ware and crockery, call and
get nia prices, no. ziz i;cfi at
NOTICElS'nEREBY GIVEN TO THK 'STOCK.
holders ofithe rcn-iloton Woolen JJUla that
a meetingfwill be held Tuesday.May 6th, I002,at
ino omceoiiine company, in i-entneion, ure.
Son,.nt4 p, m, K. Y. Judd, president, F. B.
NOTICE JS HEREBY GIVEN TO THE STOCK
holders ol the Pendleton Wool Scouring &
Packing Co., that a meeting will be held Tuea
dy, May fi, 1902, at the office of tire company in
Pendlteon, Oregon, at 4 p tn. E. Y. Judd,
preiaonc, jr., a uiopton, secretary.
FOR LABORERS OF ANY KIND MALE OR
leinaie scoj. o, bpooneinore, ampinyment
agoni, zai uourt at., opposite uomenuuic, reu
KELLAR BROTHER8, PLASTERING AND
cementing, .Cement walks a .specialty. Es
timates furnished free. Work guaranteed.
Leave orders at Badley's Si Zahner's cigar store
main street, i . u uox iui.
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want to subscribe to magazines or news
papers in the United States or Europe,
remit by postal note, check or send to the
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will have It sent you, apd assume al Ithe
risK or ine money ueing lost in iue qupi,
It will save vou both trouble ai d risk.
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G ONI AN, In remitting yon .'can deduct ten
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OLD NEWSPAPERS TO . PUT UNDRH
oarpeta, . on shelves, wall Aorfor "wrati
fcwiWes fae huadrad eack.'at-85-.reta a
bundle at. tbe EAST OR.BGONIAN, oMee,
hsji' Vf was
WANTED1 ADVERTISERS TO MAKH USB
.lui -AM.t.aHK .Yr.asvu. BSVS
fQCltueslQ CMMIflfHW (tWUIUIW. , t4 w i-jf-v
nsve u nun wim ut V
-soa ior S, cow or m
SB6, tbf Vow and vehicle
tinnia A;attaea or tweatyt
wast add wlM probably 4 the
Largest and Richest, District in the
World says a Member of the Royal
Society of Mining Engineers.
In an address before the Royal So
ciety of Mining Engineers in London,'
England, Professor Herbert Bartlett,
one of the most eminent mining en
gineers in the -world and the man who
wrote the first authentic geological
essay on eastern Oregon formations,
"Eastern Oregon is the largest min
ing district in the world. It is 80
miles wide by 120 miles long and
every one of these twelve thousand
square miles is mineralized. I
quote from a brilliant article written
by Col. Pat. Donan, of Portland, Ore
gon, one of the' most brilliant writers
on the Pacific slope, of America,, who
truthfully says that! from the Seyen
Devils copper mountains of Idaho to
the golden -crags and, gulches of Can
yon City, eighty miles southwest, the
Whole region for 100 miles, is a vast
mineral bed. Between' Baker City
and Snake river lies a f,re gold zone
of .about, 1000 square miles, and' west
ward, stretches the field of- smelting
ores mingled in many places with im
mense ledges of free gold.
, J'TLte area ot 12,8QQ-square rnijes
or within a trifle as muchas the
states of Massachusetts, Rhode Is
land and Connecticut combined, is
traversed in every direction by peaks
oi me picturesque tJiue mountains,
irom ww to iu.uuu reet nigh and dl
versified by innumerable bold tor
rents like the "Wallowa, Imnaha,
Grande Konde, Burnt and Powder
rivers, and the tributaries of the John
"There are immense forests of val
uable timber, and valleys are ex
haustless in their fertility, the. pas
turage for live stock is abundant all
the year, and the climate is mild,
and healthful enough for a perpetual
sanitarium. It is a land of gold and
.golden grain, whqre valleys yield 40
to 70 bushels of wheat, from 60 to llo
bushels of oats, and from 300 to 600
bushels of pqtatoes to the acre, are
walled in by mountains of gold
quartz that runs from $5 to $5000 to
the ton, and "watered by streams
whose gravel yields from five cents
to $5 to the pan.
"So far as limited exploration has
gone, all Us peaks and foothills seem
ribbed with royal ore, and all its
gulches and creek beds exhaustless
deposits of golden sands; while sil
ver, copper, lead and iron abound,
and opals and other precious stones
are found in some localities. It has
produced untold millions of gold that
in earliest days went to San Francis
co to swell the receipts of California's
"The Johannesburg, South sAfrlca,
district is only 40 miles w.de by 60
miles long. Cripple Creek, Colorado,
if four miles wide by six miles long.
Butte, Montana, produces all her
wealth from practically 100 acres.
Thus eastern Oregon in comparison
Js a vast domain-rivast In' area, vast
in riches. It is, In my estimation, the
largest and richest district In the
REGISTRATION OF VOTERS.
Msi're than 2000 Voters4 Who lHave
HWeffRMRF NTmFW W Reg.
Up itd, i o'clock; Friday, evening,
2428 voters had registered with Reg-
Istration Clerk C. F, Kennedy, at the
couri fjiousp-, TWa -leaves joyer 2000
men in -Umatilla county that have not
yet presented themselves at the coun
ty clerk's office and affixed their.
names to the registration books or
gone before a notary public and arm-
ed themselves with the right to a
voice in the coming June election by
putting heir names on a blank pre
j, pared for this purpose.
Remember, that unless one regis
ters he can tnot vote. Every irian who
has then welfare of the country at
heart should have public spirit
enough to vote, in fa'ct, unless a man
takes enough interest in the passing
politics of the county and state to
want to have a say as to who shall
represent his interests in the law
making and the upholding of - that
which is already on the statutes of
the state and county, he cannot be
classed among the public spirited
men of today, and he will have no
right to make a howl It the man of
his choice is not elected or the run
ning of the official end of the country
Is not to his liking. Often times a
pian is heard kicking about the. way
some county or state official, who has
been elected to fill some trust for the
people, is running the things pertain
ing to his position, and in most in
stances the men who have not enough
get-up, about them to vote are found
Howling the loudest concerning these
It is not much trouble to register,
It will only take a few minutes of
your time and you should not neglect
this, for it is a duty you owe to
yourself and to your friends to do
so, even if it takes you from your
work a whole day.
The registration books close at 5
o'clock p. m., May 15, and this is the
12th of April, only leaving' one month
and three days in which-you can reg
ister. If you iet tbe 15th o May pass
without attending to this, ono loses
his vote, for there is no way Of get
ting around it, One cannot vote if
one does not register and one cannot
register, after the time set for the
books to close, for when they close
they close for good..
He Has a Hole Through His Right
.Hand, and He Tells an Interesting
Story of How He Came By It
The county jail Is alraoBt deserted
again. It now contains only ono pris
oner The last men to servo tlmo for
the county and board with Jailor T.
D ;Taylor vere Ed Polock and Ray
Shufer, who served 12 days for steal
ing and devouring tho contents of
two dinner palls which belonged to
workmen on the public highway; near
Milton. They woro of the genial ho
bo type and were travelling on "tie
passes," when they espied two dlnnor
palls sitting near tho railroad track
a few miles east of Milton, and seeing
no ono In sight they proceeded to In
vestigate the contents. Inside of the
palls were two lunches for working
men( and it "looked' good" to theso
Weary Willies, so they took tho din
ners, palls and all, a little further
down the road and devoured tuo con
tents. This was the cause of their
undoing. They had only gone' a short
distance when they came in sight of
the owners of the pallB and they were
caught red handed. Constable Dykes,
of MJllton, was notified and he follow
ed the hobos and arrested them. They
were brought before Justice J. L. Mil
ler of that precinct, and fined $25
each, and, in default were committed
to Jail for 12 days, "just because wo
were hungry," said one of tho men.
The man In jail now is another
type of the Weary Willie and gives
his name as Thomas Collins. He
came to town several days ago and
displayed a hole In, the right hand
which he claimed he got In Umatilla
one night from a highwayman. He
says that he and another man were
walking in the railroad yards, a week
ago Thursday, and tliat they were
accosted by' three men with guns who
ordered them to throw up their
haridd. He grappled with one of the
men and In the scuffle the highway
man's gun was discharged ajill t6o
ball went through Collins' hand,
Collins has told several different
stories, and is pejng .held by the sher
iff with tlie. possibility jthat. there is
something crooked abouthlm.
KJ - It f V,
6 do o m
Salt Lake, Denver. Ft.
sas City. St Louis, Chi
cago ana sasw
5 il& a. tn.
8.15 a, at,
From ,f eudletea
Salt Lake, Denver. Ft,
. sat City. St. Louis, chl.
cago ana sasi.
Walla (Walla, La wis ton,
DDOUM, TT llBCn,rHll
man, MIbbm pells. St
kee, Chicago and East.
.CM a. as.
lid p. i
(keifl and River Schedule.
All sailing' dates subject
8.-00 p. as, For Ban rraaeltoe . m.
Ball every & days.
except Columbia River
Bunday , . 4 past
8 p. m. To Astoria and Way Bunday
"' ' '
Boats leave Portland' dally, except tas4ay,
'stage oi water permitting) for WluLmettaass
amnui Hiver points.
Rlparla to Lswlslan.
FTF. WAMSLXY, Agist, Pestleaaev
I. 1. Ray & Go.,
Buy and sell
Big Cane-Cassava Convention.
Brunswick, Ga., April 12. Secre
tary of Agriculture Wilson, and Dr.
Wylie, chief chemist o.f the depart
ment of agriculture, are among those
in attendance on the big sugar cane
and cassava convention in ecssion
here today under the auspices of the
Brunswick board of trade, The geth
erjng" was called to order at 10 o'clock
this morning with a large attendance
of planters from yarlous parts of the
state and adjoining states. During
the forenoon the convention listened
to tho addresses of authorities who
explained the many uses of cassava,
and the methods of planting and care.
Tho convention is expected to result
In a largo Increase in the acreage of
cassava, which a few years ago was
practically unknown In this section.
The Great Dismal Swamp.
Of Virginia is a breeding ground of
Malaria germs. So is low, wet or
marshy ground everywhere. These
germs cause, weakness, chills and
fever, aches In the bones and musc
les, and may induce' dangerous ma
ladies. But Electric Bitters never
fail to destroy them and cure malar
lal trpublps. They will surely pre
vent typhoid. We tried many remedies)
for Malarial and Stomach and Liver
troubles," writes John Charleston, of
Byesville, O., "but never found any
thing as good as Electric Bitter3
Try them. Only 50c. Tallman & Co.
T-T "" .... i '
Y. M. C. A. Debate,
Louiseville, Ky April 12. Mem-
bers of the Webster Debating Society
of the Covington Y. M. C, A. are in
the citv to lock horns tonight in a
debate tonight with the represent.ai
tives of 'the Louisville Y. M. C. A.
congress. The visItor8'l-wJlI defend
the negative and Louisville the af
firmative side' of the question; "Roi
solved thai!- the United Stales is Jus
tified in establishing permanent rule
In the Philippines.
V -i m ISSIIISIS
KwCG sTHrfwsfH )LltCUtt Clfltt"ps
( "COOT '' , . f
for OHh or on aurglai.
New York Stack Eifhaaf .
Cfelcatje Stack Exctiaage.
Chicago Boar el of Trade.
ejtowrt sefcrnat, PaaaUa,a, On,
"BEST OF EVERYTHING"
In a word this tells of the
passenger service via
8 trains dally between St. Paul
and Chicago comprising
The latest Pullman Sleepers
Peerless Dining Cars
Library and Observation Cars
Free Reclining Chair Cars
The 20th Century Train
THE NORTHWESTERN LIMITED
runs every day of the year
FINEST TRAIN IN THE WOULD
Eieotrio Lighted Steam Heated
TO CHIOAGOJBY DAY LIGHT
The Bsdarer State Ex ores, the inest
day train running between St. Paul
and Chicago via the Short Line; con
nections from thfl Wt made via
The Northern Pacific,
This hi the'beet ll'ne'betweea Omaha,
Pawl and Minsasoto. All afaqt
sell tickets via "The Northwestern
lUegcnt Dlnliig Cars,
Tourist Sleeping Cars
f BT. PAUL
TO 4 GRAND FORKJS
THROUGH TICKETS TO
and all points East and South
Through tickets to Japan and China,
Taoema and Northern Facias au&mahlB
and Asterloas Has.
Trains leave Pendleton daily except Bandar
at aw p.m.
cur iuiiuw imutj..uuu. wwv vncu, Hiapn,
and tickets, call on or write W. Adams. Pea.
dleton, Oregon, or A. D, CHARLTON,
raira ana Morrison his., roruana, ure,
For Chicago, St. Paul, St. Louis, Kan
sas City, St. Joe, Omaha, and
All Points East and Sooth
Portlaad sad peiats
Leave Pendleton, daily except Sundays at
Arrive Pendleton Monday. Wednesday asa
Friday U Mam.
A ril re Pendleton Tuesday. Thursday aaa
Saturday Vfi.am I
Leave Walla Walla dally, east boaad lottos.
Arrive Walla Walla dally west boana 6 am.
For IsfofsaaUoB itfardlai rates aaa ass.
medaUess,B4lloar aadmi r -3yt f
W, ADAM, Afejat.
W.H..MEAD, H. L, SISLER,
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UssB BUJrfM 1
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tot ti'SboSs sflsMilsar