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Cards and Societies
TRADES ALPHABETICALLY, ARRRANGEO.
ROYAL "NEIQIWORS OF AMKMCA WILD
wood Cnmp,- No. 2KB. meets second and
fourth Tncjdar in each month in O.ld Fellows
Hall Mm Iita Holcomb, Oracle: Mrs. Nettie
UMATILLA TENT, NO. 27. K. O. T. M
Meets In Secret Society Hall, ec-inj and
fourth Tuesdays of each month. All vis
iting Sir Knights cordially Invited. J. 8.
Kees, Record Keeper; E. D. 'Estabrook,
UEDMEN DMAHAliES TRIBE, NO. 18
Meets every Tuesday night In Hen
drlck's Hall. Itoy W. Rttner, Keeper of
-rZTrrT- nvr.n THE
rrn. ji'-.V1-TMcoUone so:
W SLtaroe Office, black
-rTnYSiri AN ANp
UivH0U5"-ft Judd "nun-
L'S- Residence rnone
L'ENDLETON LODGE, NO. 52, A. P. and
A. M., meets first and third Mondays of
each month. Visiting brstarnn wetoxne. T,
J. Tweedy, TV. 31., Joe H. Tarki, .St.
1 Mil I . I
Mo- ' r-i r. xnnn. miit k' "ck tho spots oft of him.
PENDLETON CHAPTER, NO. 23 T. C.
Taylor, H. P., P. P. Wamsley, Secretary.
Meets first and fonrth Friday of each
month In Masonic Hall.
PENDLETON COMMANDERYr NO. 7.,
Robert Forster. E. C, W. E. Cartor, Sec
retary. Meets "first and third Friday of
each month' In Masonic Hall.
. n r n, ninTTtn Wtf
BOO1 1- A0s.uVt-i llam .Martin Encampment. No. 1. Meets
iiaui everT Wednesday at uenuricss uau.
Mrs. L. F. Lampkln. Secretary.
BSOS. fnTSIClAN ( DAMf)N LODGE, NO. 4. KNIGHTS OF
rythias. J. rxowun, u. it. .
Fletcher, K. of R. E 8. Meets evrry
Monday In Secret Society Hall.
wrtnlflps eye. ear. n.-w
Savlnpi Bank bulld-
Office one "block wist of
MODERN WOODMEN OP AMERICA
Tutullla Camp, No. 6390. Meets first and
third Saturdays of each month nt Hen
drlck's Hall. Georee A. Hamblln, Con
snl ; G. A Robblaa. Clerfe -
n.i Ppndleton. cor. nuuuiuan ui nn nuuuu
, BOtn nrt, Phone I mmllnn nf Torl1lofn fmn Kft 41. W.
f.'Satnrday evening. Visiting neighbors are
fnlways welcome. J, P. "Walker, Clerk. J.
AND BUILDERS. p a a
a ARCHITECT AND BU-
. bo names in "
II, 3add bnlldlnc
BANKS AND BROKERS.
TblX CONTRACTORS AND
farnUbed on short
OS lilDH trcri,
"UAT . CONTRACTOR AND
'ii.iJ.f- fnmlRhed on all
A cedent .walks, stotje
Onbri can be leii ai we
FIRST. NATIONAL BANK OP- ATHENA.
Oregon. Capital, (50,000; surplus and
profits, $6000. Interest on time deposits.
Deals in foreign and domestic exchange.
Collections promptly attended to. Henry
C. Adams, president; T. a. Kirk, vice-president;
E.L Barnett, cashier: F. S. LeGrow.
THE PENDLETON SAVINGS BANK,
Pendleton, .Oregon. Organized March 1,
1880;. capita!, $50,000; surplus, $90,000.
Interest allowed on time deposit. Ex
change bonght and sold on all principal
points. Special attention given to collec
tions. W. J. Furnish, president; J. N.
: . ' tmi ra-nm nmt : r. j. Horns, cuuier.
IBEOS.. COURT 8TKiSBrr. iiA , :
bfi, eMCtncianB, ocaiei iu I XHB FARMERS BANK OF. wkbxwi,
Ella. Hones. stores wired ror. Weaton, Oregon. Does a general bank-
in. bell or teiepnones. nn business. Exchange Dongnt ana soia.
l in kinds. Get our prises. He-, nnilwtlnna nromotlv attended to. R.
Fiipectalty. Jameson, president; "Geo. W. Proebstel,
'I rice-president ; J. R. Kllgore, cashier ; cU
TP1T. WORKS. C. F. KINE i lilTilL o i tr.n.n 1 f 7rhna T
ol Main nnd Webb streets. , j pj. j. D. Graw. J. P. Kllgore, Robert
wlrinr neatly and promptly iLilrr A W
.-I . HI i.n,V fm.,nntMn. '
65. C F Klne, Prop.
Iy AND FEED STABLE8.
m KTABLES. G. W. FROOMB
tmt tA anil P.oarrllne. All kind
ICoaprtent drivers. Opposite Ho-
kod. Telepnone JO.
IITERT. FEED AND SA,E8
Flirt elMs iln-l rod double
I Ktatlana. 627 Cottmwood Bt.
i T9. Erlln Craig, Prop.
HBIE8. T. W. ATER3. ritOP..
(d tnd boaxdlnir. The best
lb tt city, iita St., between
ICetteBirood 8ts. Phone. Main (0.
YARD. W. T. BOYNTOK
rtil etre elven horses left with
ulTrtbrtreet Phone Red 2(M.
I USE. ERWIN BAKER. PROP.
ixiin 7S, at the Depot Livery
2jjAN, DENTIST, OFFICE IN
PJJ. DENTIST. IN AR80TIA-
orer r, k, ciopton's office.
FAURANT8 AND CAFES,
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OP PKNDLB
ton. Capital $70,000: surplus, $85,000.
Transacts a general banking taateeas. Ex
change and telegraphic transfers sold on
Chicago, San Francisco, New. Tork and
principal points In the northwest. Drafts
drawn on China, Japan and Europe
Makes collections on reasonable tens.
Levt Ankeny. president : W. F. Mattock,
vice-president ; C. B. Wade, cashier; H. a
Gnernsey. assistant cashier.
HIDES, PELTS AND JUNK.
XOU CAN GET THE HIGHEST MAB
ket price for your hides, pelts and all
kinds of Junk, such as rubber, brass, cop
per, lead, sine, rags and bottles. Iron pf
all kinds a specialty. Ton can bring In
60 cents worth of old rags or ship In
$500 worth of hides and will be treated
In the same way. We have come here to
stay. Give ns a cal and yon will be satls
ed. L. Shank Co.. office and warehouse
next to Eastern Hotel, Pendleton, Ore.
Telephone, Bed 221.
SECOND HAND DEALERS.
GEORGE O'DANIEL, NEW AND SECOND
hand goods bought and oltl Court Et.,
upera nonae oiocs. van uu oc uio.
V RTRnnT.K. DEALER . IN SECOND
hand goods. If there is anything you
need In new or second hand furniture,
stores, granite ware and crockery, call and
get .bis prices. o. xix iuobit at
I - W Panel i n. Prop. Meat- ,
WIlnPt Tel vBinllH.
I NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN TO THE STOCK
, f holder of the Pendleton Woolen Mills that
, a meeting will be held Tuesday .May Gth, I902,at
I the office of the company, in Pendleton, Ore
' Ron, at 4 p. m, E. Y.. Judd, president, F. B.
i uiopion, secretary; r
ryt vlewe. Indian I vnTIRR IR nEREUY GIVEN TO THE STOCK
. uwuiui: uone tor iran-; holders of the Pendleton wool scouring a
n . - . .u. 4 1 . i uniir lui Y ill n -
Rt, near brldse. Phone, Red
HMXX. ATTORNETR AT
i r . . . .
onTingi uank bnlldlDg,
Packing Cp.. that a meeting will be held Tnes
dnyi May C, 1902, at the office of the company In
Pendlteon, Oregon, at 4 p. m. E. Y, Judd,
preldent a (,'iopton, secretary
WWELL ATTOnvpVS at ' FOR LABORERS OF ANY KIND MALE OR
nKUUi, ca L.ouri ot., opposite uviuuu nuie, itu
e&J '"AWYER OFFICE IN
fjp. attorney at law - in
--, urtifB IN JUDD
Mr RtmSCE'. ATTORNEYS
Sis ,.8ute wtent
. 12 and 18 Assorts-
HIBERS TO MAKE USE
sE?M52 ?Je. offer to
toi t,. Ulal some other
a5 Y" nge IQr. some
feXi 15 a. ir business.
'bS.S:1 hore fhat you
5 W cow or wMcle.
k?t: sJ Orssw
KELLAR BROTIIER8, PLASTERINO AND
cementlnir. Cement walks a specialty. Es
timates furnished free. Work euaranteed,
Leave orders at Biwlley's & Zahner's cigar store
wain 6iree5,,v u poxivt.
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BABBITT . IbbHAIi. BB8T IN TBB
wwM, ta aan. Price $1 per bar, at tae
sksst Orsgtnlaa eases.
MARKETS REMAIN ABOUT
THE SAME AS WEEK AGO.
Eggs Are a Little More In Demand
Sugar $5 a Sack Canned Goods
Higher Meats, Lard, Wheat and
Markets remain the same in Pen
dleton that they were a week ago. Al
though this is so, a great many staple
articles handled hy the local dealers
have an upward tendency. The only
fluctuations that have been in the
market for 10 days At as among eggs
During the week past they sold at
from 10 to 15 cents. Two or three
days ago eggs were selling at 10
cents, hut today they are again Quot
ed at 15 cents.
Sugar remains at $5 per hundred,
and, although there has been a rise
in the wholesale price of salt, it is
quoted locally at the old figure SO
cents per hundred for stock. Canned
goods v.e still high with little out
look for a fall soon. Vegetables are
at the same notch as a week ago, for
they are not yet plentiful enough in
the market to bring them down to the
reasonable notch. With the present
growing weather, however, the mar
ket will soon be glutted and prices
will be lower. All kinds of meats and
lard remains the same. Wheat' and
flour is the same, hut there is
market for the former.
Local Market Prices.
The following shows the prices
paid on the local market:
Turnips. 75c per sack.
Parsnips, 75c per sack.
Cabbage, 4c lb.
Cheese, per lb., 20c.
Onions, per cwt, 1.50 to $2.
Green onions, 25c doz.
Meets, per lb., lc
Potatoes, per cwt, $1.5001.75.
Apples, per box, $1.50.
Horse radish, 12ftc lb.
G -Hck, I2c lb.
Sweet potatoes, 6c per lb.
Saner Kraut; 40c per gallon,
Pendleton Livestock and Poultry.
Chickens, hens, per doz., $3.504.
Roosters, $3.50 to $4.50.
Turkeys, per lb., 10.
Geese, per doz., $9.
Spring calckenB, per doc, $3.6.
Docks, per doz., $3.75.
Pigeons, per doz., $1.50.
Eggs, 15c in trade.
Butter, 50 65c per rolL
Choice beei cattle, etc.
Cows, per hundred, $3.10. .
Hogs, live, 6c
Hogs, dressed, c
Calves, dressed. 7 to 8c
Pendleton Retail Grocery Prices.
SugarCane granulated, best, $5.00
per Back; do., 16 lbs $1; best granu
lated, $5.25 per sack; do., 16 lbs., $1.
Coffee Mocha and Java, best, 40c
per id; next graae, soc id; wwer
grades, coffee, 25 to 15c lb; package
coffee, 16c lb.
Rice Best head rice, izc per id;
next grade, 81-3c per lb.
Salt Coarse, 80c per loo ; tame,
$2.20 per 100.
Flour, B. B., $3.40 per bbl.
Flour, Walter's. $3.40 per bbl.
Wheat in Portland.
Portland, April 17. The Commer
cial Review, in its issue today, says
of the wheat market:
"The market during the past week
has been of a slow nature, aome
good lots of wheat has passed out or
the farmers nanus, or mat sua re
mnlnine in the country. There is no
denying the fact that wheat remain
ing in the interior is in very strong
heads, and to dislodge the same free
ly an advance of 2 to ac per uusnei
will have to be nam. &mau saiea
take place daily, but not large enough
to cut any figure in the supply on
hand. Farmers are paying more av
tention at the present time, to farm
work. Crop 'advices to hand are
rather conflicting and not definite
enough for us to make any comment
unon the growing crops. There is a
slight Increase of acreage over last
year, but It is doubtful whether the
yield will prove as good. At mis
time last year glowing reports were
received from all over the Northwest
1n reeard to the crops, but now re
norts are conflicting. Prices for
wheat are, Club, 63 and 64c; bluestem
65 and 66c. and valley, C4c per ousn
el. These "prices do not dislodge
much of the grain. There are very
'few ve88el8'iB port now chartered,
'and these have their 'grain on 'the
docks ready to be put on board the
COUNT SIX AVERAGE .WORDS TO THE LINE.
THREE L INES.
2 times .....k.t. .,..'.... 90s
1 week 45
Extra lines: .10 cents each a week; 25 cents a tine per month.
Wheat In San Francisco.
San Francisco, April 17. This mar
ket has not shown any material in
crease in trade during tho past week,
although there was a firm tono to
transactions, especially toward the
close, on account of the firmness dls
played in Eastern markets. Shippers
pay very little attention to this, bas
ing their transactions on tho course
of the Liverpool and London markets
Thov buy very sparingly, as low
prices abroad offer no inducement for
them to take up fresh tonnage with
out securing cargoes ahead, but this
is quite a difficult thing to do, as
holders are firm in their views as to
prices; hence the market appears to
be neglected. Speculative trading is
of a limited character, without any
special change in values. Crop con
ditions throughout the state remains
good, and some little rain is needed
in some localities. Stocks continue
to show a steady reduction, and ex
ports are quite free. We quote No,
shipping, $1.10; milling, $1.11 to
Government Crop Report.
Washington, April 17. The weath
er bureau's weekly summary of crop
Although the temperature since
March 1 has averaged about the nor
mal over the northern portion of the
country east of the Rocky Mountains,
the season is reported as backward
in these districts, except in New Eng
land and New York, where it is one
to two weeks earlier than the aver
age. The season is also backward in
the southern states. Warmer and
dry weather is badly needed on the
North Pacific coast
Corn-planting is nearing completion
in the West Gulf states and has made
favorable progress in the South At
Iantic and East Gulf districts and
Tennessee. This work is general in
Kansas and Missouri.
While the growth of winter wheat
has been Blow, a very general inv
provement is reported from the prln
cipal winter wheat states, although
the crop has deteriorated slightly in
Central and Northern Illinois, and is
suffering for rain in Northern Mis
souri. The Pacific winter wheat has
made rapid growth in California and
heavy crop is promised north of
the Tehachapi, but in Oregon and
Washington the condition of the crop
is less promising, more especially in
the last-named state, where a large
area had to be resown.
Spring wheat seeding is well ad-
vanced in the southern portion of the
spring wheat region, and a little has
been sown in southern North Dakota.
A severe dust storm in southern Min
nesota on the 10th and 11th uncover
ed much of the sown grain. Warmth
and moisture are much needed for
The fruit outlook, except for
peaches in some districts, is promls
VAN DRAN BROS., Props.
The Best Hotel In Pendleton
and as good as any.
Headquarters for Traveling Men.
Commodloas Sample Rooms.
Rates $2 pet day.
Special rates by week or month.
Every modern Convenience.
Bar and Billiard Room in Connection
Only Three Blocks from Depot.
GOLDEN ROLE HOTEL.
Corner Court and Johnson Btreets,
M. F. Kelly, Proprietor.
Wool in Boston.
Boston, April 17. There is no
change for the better in the wool
market. Business in the line is very
quiet. The price of territory wools Is
steady, but sales are slow, bine
choice staple scoured is selling at 50
52c. and fine medium, 47848c. or
dlnary fine scoured quoted at 48
50c; medium, 4345c.
Chicago, April 17. Cattle Market
steady to w eak. Good to prime steers'
$C.75(g7.40; poor to medium, n.iow
6.50; stockers and feeders, $2.75
5.25; cows. $1.40C; heifers, $2.50(0
$0.35; canners, $1.402.50; bulls,
$2.504.45; calves, $3.G0S5.25;
Texas-fed steers, $5.258C.25.
Hogs Market 5c lower, Mixed and
butchers. $0.8007.30; good to choice
heavy. $7.257.40; 'rough heavy, $7.05
7.25: light. $C.807.05: bulk of
Sheep Sheep market strong;
lambs, steady. Good to choice wcth
ers. $5,256; fair to' choice mixed,
$4.755.40: Western sheep, $4.75
0.50; native lambs, $4.756.50; West
ern lambs, $5.256.45.
South Omaha. April 17. Cattle
Market Blow, 10c lower; native
steers, ,.o6.90; cows and heifers,
$3.756; Western steers, $4.506.20;
Texas steers, $4.2505.50; canners,
$1.753.50; stockers and feeders,
$35.40; calves, $407; hulls, stags,
Hogs Market slow, 5c lower,
heavy, $6.9007,10; mixed, $6,800
6.90; light, $6.6006,95; pigs, $5,500
6.40; bulk of, sales, $6.8007.
Sheep-VMarket steady; fed mut
tons. $506; Westerns, $4 04.75; ewes
$4.2505.50; common and stockers, $3
4.85; lambs, $5.5006.75.
DcrAitT Tims Seheduls assits
rem From Foi.dloton rao
Chicago- Salt Lake, Dourer. Ft. ' r
Portland Worth, Omnhs, Ktin
Bpoctal sua Olty. Bt Louis, Chi- 8:00 s.TS.
& :30 pm cago and Bast,
Atlantla Salt Lake, Denver. Tt.
Bxpress Worth, Oratha, Kan.
5:15 a. m. sm City, 8t.Louls.Chi. 11:10 p. M.
via Hunt- csgoandKast.
Bt. Paul Walls Walla, Lowlston.
Fast Mall Spokane. Wallaco.Pull
8.15 a. m. man, Minaeapolls, Bt. 530 p. .
via Paul, Duluth, Mllwau
Bpokane. kee, Chicago and East.
Ocean and River Schedule.
All sailing dates subject
8 KX) p. m. For Ban Francisco 4 p. m,
Bail orery 6 day.
excotit Columbia River
8 p. m. To Astoria and Way Bandar
10 p. m.
Boats leave Portland dally, except Bunday.
(stage ol water permitting) for WlllametU ana
Yamhill River points.
Leavo j Leave
Rlparia Snake Klvsr Lewlstoa
4:05a.m. 7 :00 a. a.
Dally Rlparia to Lswlston. Dally
Excpt won Bxcpt Her
F. F. WAMBLKY, Ageni, Pendleton.
HEATED BY STEAM.
LIGHTED BY ELECTRICITY.
American Plan, rates 11.25 to 2.00 a day.
European plan, 60c, 75c, f 1.00
Special rates by week or month
Free Bus fleets all Trains.
Commercial Trade Solicited.
Pine Sample Rooms
Special attention given Country Trade
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Pullman Sleeping Cars,
Elegant Dining Cars,
Tourist Sleeping Cars
f BT. PAUL
TO GRAND FORKS
THROUGH TICKETS TO
and all points East and South
Through tickets to Japan and China, via
Tacoma and Northern Paclflo Steamship Oo,
and American line.
Trains leave Pendleton dally excopt Bandar
at 0:00 p. m.
For lurther Information, time cards, maps,
and tickets, call on or wrlto W. Adams. Pen.
dleton, Oregon, or A. D. OIIAKLTON,
Third and Morrison HH Portland, Ors,
OEO. DARVGAU, Prop.;
Block aad a half trosa depot.
gflMBle Room la ceaacctlea.
Room Rate - 50c, 75c, $1.06
Farmers Custom Mill
Prsd Walters, Prasrktsr.
Capacity, 110 barrels a day,
risrxekaBfed (or wheat.
Flaar, Mill f aad, qboppsdrsod, u , always
Fof Chicago, Bt. Paul, St. Louis, Kan.
sua City, St. Joe, Omaliu, and
All Points East and South
Portland and points
on tho Sound
Leave Pendleton, dally except Bandars at
8 Arr?vo Pendleton Monday, Wednesday as
KANiv"pdletou Tuesday, Tnursdsy and
Baturday 9:55 ami
Leave Walla Walla dally, east bound W
Arrive Walla WaUa dally west bound J08 ass.
For Information regsrdlng rata aad act,
modatlons, call on or add. .
. Pendleton, Orstoa
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