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; AUl-MAN A CO- BRUOlTt, PENDLETON, OREON.
BANKS AND BROKERS.
VIXIST NATIONAL) BANK OP ATHENA.
Oreon- Capital, 150,000': Burplus and
profits, $6000. Interest on time deposits.
Deals foreign and domestic exchange.
Collection promptly attended to. Henry
C. Adams, president; T. J. Kirk, vlcejires
ldont; E. L Barnett, cashier: F. 8, LeGrow.
THE PENDLETON .SAVINGS BANK,
Pendleton, Oregon. Organized March 1,
,1880; capital, 150,000; surplus, $00,000.
Interest allowed on time deposits. Ex
change bought and sold on all principal
points. Special attention given to coIIpc.
tlona. W. J. Furnish; president; J. N.
Teal, Tlce-presldent ; T. J.. Morris, cashier.
TOE 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. Protbstel,
Tlce-presldent; 3. It Kllgore, cashier; di
rectors, G. A. Hartman, M. M. Johns. T.
J. Price, G. D. Grow, J. F. Kllgore, Robert
Jameson, G. W. Proebatel.
FIRST NATIONAIi BANK OF PENDLE
ton. Capital 370,000; surplus, $85,000.
Transacts a general banking buslnesa. 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 on reasonable term.
Ley! Ankeny, president; W. F. Matlock,
-ice-preeiaent : u. is. wane, caanier; u. u.
Guernsey, assistant cashier.
HIDES, PELTS AND JUNK.
TOD CAN GET THE HIGHEST MAR
ket price for your hides, pelts and all
kinds of Junk, such aa rubber, brass, coo
per, lead, zinc, rags' and bottles. Iron of
an unas a specialty, xou can oring in
SO cents worth of old rags or ship In
$500 worth of hides and will be treated
In k the wune way. We have come here to
stay. .Give us a cal and yon will be sat -ed.
L. Shank ft Co., office and warehouse
next to Eastern Hotel,- Pendleton,. Ore.
Telephone, Red 221.
-SECOND HAND DEALERS.
GEORGE O'DANIEL, NEW AND SECOND
hand goods bought and oM. Court Et.,
Opera bouse block. Call and ss me.
V. BTROBLE, DEALER IN SECOND
hand goods. If there Is anything you
need In new or second hand furniture,
stoves, granite ware and crockery, call and
get his prices. No. 212. Court St
ROYAL NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA WIIiD
wood Camp, No. 2333, meets Becond and
fourth Tuesday in each month in Odd Fellows
Hall. Mrs Ida 'Holcomb, Oracle; Mrs. Nettie
UMATILLA TENT. NO. 27. K. O. T. M
.Meets in Secret Society Hall, sc-odJ and
fourth Tuesdays of each month. All vis
iting Sir Knights cordially Invited. J. 8.
Kees, Record Keeper; E. D. Estabrook,
REDMEN DMAHALES TRIBE, NO. 18
Meets every Tnesday night In Hen
drlcb'B Hall. Roy W. Rltner, Keeper of
PENDLETON LODGE, NO. 52, A. F. and
A. M., meets first and third Mondays of
each month. Visiting britarsn wel'-ome. -T.
J. Tweedy, W. M., Joe U. l ark-M, iitt.
PENDLETON CHAPTER, NO. 28 T. C.
Taylor, H. 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.
i-IONEERii OF THE PACIFIC WIL
Ham Martin Encampment, No. 1. Meets
every Wednesday at Hendrlck's Hall.
Mrs. L. F. Lampkln, Secretary.
DAMON LODGE, NO. 4. KNIGHTS OF
Pythias. J. F. Nowlln, C. C: R. W.
Fletohor, K. ot R. & S. Meets evrry
Monday In Secret Society Hall.
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA
Tutullla Camp. No. G309. Meets flrst and
third .Saturdays pf each month at Hen
drlck's Hall. George' A." Hamblln, Con
sul ; G. A. Robblns. Clerk.
WOODMEN .OF THE WORLD REGULAR
meetings of, Pendleton Camp No. 41, W.
of W., are held in Becret Society hall every
Saturday evening. Visiting neighbors are
always -welcome. J. P. Walker, Clerk, J.
P. Earl, C. C.
KELLAR BROTHERS, PLASTERING AND
cementing.' Cement walks a specialty.' Es
timates furnished free. Work guaranteed.
Leave orders at Badley'rA Zahner'scigar store
Main street, P, O box lQi.
IN POUND THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED
stock has beentaken up by toe city marshal
and will be sold In 10 days to defray expenses.
One black c6w,.white spot between legs. No
brand Veible. About six years old, weight
about I.0O0 pounds.
One red and white spotted heifer with halt
moon on forehead, about three years old, weight
about 9C0 pounds. No brand viiible.
- J.-A. BLAKLEY..City Marshal.
Pendleton, Oregon, April li), 1902.
IN POUND TBE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED
stock bat beentuken up by the city marshal
and will be sold at the expiration of ten days
to defray expenses: .
One brown Horse, about 10 years old, weight
about 859 pounds, Indian .brand on left shoul
der and left hip.
Dated at Pendleton, Oregon, April 22. 1902.
J A..BLAKLEY, City Marshal.
EMPLOYMFNT BUREAU-MF YOU ARE
seeking a position, or need hslp, call on or
address J. C. Snoonemore. 220 Court 'Street,
lEcndloton, Oregon. . t
CALL F.0B COUNT.Y WARRANTS.
All Umatilla county warrants registered, in
July, August, September and October, 1900, will
he paid at niy office at the court bouse upon
presentation. Interest ceases on date ot publi
Pendleton, Oregon, AprJl 19, 1802.-
' 8. K. YATES,
, : Treasurer of Umatilla Couuty.
rB SALE GABOLINB-flKUlNBVvWITn
pipes, tanks and J;tlagB. rcdy to 'ierr
ae, Ave to sir horse, ootver. ioewitcal In
ie ' tmb of fuel. Prlee $30. East - Oreaon-
-ffcn offlce,1 Pendjetoni " ,
They overcome W
new. irrejralarity and
pnaitjjdniia. Incrasa vltr
ror'uiil baniab " pins
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WITH THE CONGO CHOWDER CLUB.
Chief (writing) This a to Inform you that the dearly beloved brother you
sent to labor anions us is now In our midst.
Local Market Prices.
The following shows -the prices
paid on the local market:
Turnips, 76c per sack.
ParsnlpB, 75c per sack.
Cabbage, 4c lb.
Cheese, per lb., 20c.
Onions, per cwt., 1.50 to $2.
Qreen onions, 25c doz.
Meets, per lb., lMic.
Potatoes, per cwt., $ir501.7o.
Apples, per box, $1.50.
Horse radish, 12c lb.
G--llck, liic lb.
Sweet potatoes, 5c per lb.
Sauer Kraut, 40c per gallon.
Pendleton Livestock and Poultry.
Chickens, hens, per doz., $3.5004.
Roosters, $3.50 to $4.50.
Turkeys, per lb., 10.
Geese, per doz., $9.
Spring chickens, per doz., $3.55.
Ducks, 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, 5c,
Hogs, dressed, Sc.
Calves, dressed, 7 to 8c
Pendleton Retail Grocery Prices.
Sugar Cane granulated, best, $5.00
per sack; do., 16 lbs $1; best granu
lated, $5.25 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.
Rlco Best head rice, 12c per lb;
next grade, 81-3c per lb.
Salt Coarse, 80c per 100; table,
$2.20 per 100.
Flour, B. B., $3.40 per bbl.
Flour, Walter's. $3.40 per bbl.
To Broil Bacon.
Broiled bacon is a dish which in few
households deseryes the adjective, be
cause it is seldom broiled; the fat in
fried Out of It and again soaked into
it by long sputtering in a spider full
The only way to cook bacon both
for the niatter of appearance and for
digestive qualities is to broil it, not
.over a bed of coals (It is too fat for
that), but In a very hot oven. Cut the
bacon in the most delicately thin slices
possible, rejecting the rind. Lay the
pieces close together In a fine wire
broiler. Place it over a dripping pan
mid set In a hot oven. It requires to
be turned Just once. The, fat which
falls Into the pan makes excellent
drippings for frying potatoes.
Drain the bacon on brown paper.
If you wish, to serve calf's liver wi)
this, sprinkle the llTer wlth pepper
and salt, roll it in flour and fry brown
in the bacou drippings. Serve with a
curled morsel of bacon on top of each
piece of liver. Bacon as served by the
average cook, well soaked In grease,
is the most indigestible of food; when
broiled crisp in the oven, it-is a-dish
tbatfinay be served even for a child of
two yeara with impunity. Among all
the fats "delicately crisped bacon ranks
next to cream in case of digestion.
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Iudlau Prayer Sticks.
Those acquainted, with Indian cus
tnma irnnw nf the nromlueuco that
feathers hold -in the religious and so
cial .Ceremonies of tpe rea men. Jt'ar
icularly among theavaJoe:and Pu
eblos ' aro these, jplume emblems be
lieved to have the utmost efficacy for
L'ood or bad.
i All nbojit .any Tueblq town may baJ
peeu carefully whlttlea 'bucko, eacu
With a tuft of downy feathers, geuer-
hlly white ones, 'bound at fhe'top of .it.
They are r'ayer stlc't and .are quitd
as curious as tne prayer wneeis wi
Riirmu and the DUtR'r prayers of the
ner oi ijjuk iu jcamwo r wv.-
lrig to the nature of tne prayer. iuu
Indian who wishes to ask a favor of
the ''Trues" prepares bis feather
prayer with great secrecy. Then, tak
lng it to a proper spot, ho prays to
thoso above, and, planting his stick,
leaves It to continue his petition.
One raw February morning an In
structor in the University of Michigan
was calling the roll of an 8 o'clock
class in English.
"Mr. Robblns," said he.
There was no answer.
"Mr. Robblns," In a slightly louder
Still no reply.
"Ah," "said the instructor, with a
quiet smile, "come to think of it it is
rather early for robins."
This is Current Literature's nnecdoto
of the late Moses Colt Tyler, who later
became professor of history at Cor
nell, and it sTiows him in the pleasing
light of a man who could bo boyishly
gay at a gray and cheerless hour no
small feat, if one stops to consider an
Instructor's provocations to morning
Gifts For the Slonrnera.
Some delver into the musty old rec
ords of Harvard has brought to light
an amusing provision with which one
of tho college's eighteenth century
friends coupled what was for his tlmo
a very generous bequest to the Cam
Mr. Thomas Brattle was tho testa
tor's name, and his Interest in Harvard
evidently extended to tho individual
members of Its undergraduate body,
for after leaving 200, then the equiv
alent of about $3,000, to the college
for its general uses his will gives half
a crowu to every student belonging to
it who should attend his funeral,
Unfortunately no uccount of Mr.
Brattle's obsequies Is extant, but there
can be little doubt that the occasion
was made solemn by the presence of a
largo number of "chief mourners" and
iit good wishes for, the deceased wero
generally and feelingly expressed.
The best way to fasten plaster work
Is with screws. The ornament should
bo so made that screws can bo used;
otherwise it should be nailed in the
most convenient places and lumps of
plaster on tho outside allowed to clinch
while the plaster is soft. In using
plaster in a hollow piece of ornamenta
tion it should bo mixed with n trifle of
lime to prevent expansion; otherwise
the plaster expanding will crack the
modilllons or capital.
1. Lv. Ray & Co.,
Buy and sell
lor cash or on msrglns.
New York Stack Exclu-g
Cblcag Stack Excfa-Bge.
Chk-ia Beard m Traae.
art -, -!, Or,
rCiOARS-the best brands
TOBACCO finest tor
PJPES--to j.uit all' ;
1 time 15o
2 timet 20o
1 week 30o
Extra lines: .10 cents each a
VAN DRAN BROS., Props.
The Best Hotel In Pendleton
and as good as any.
Headquarters for Traveling Ken.
ComrnodioDS Sample Rooms.
Rates $2 pet day.
Special rates by week or month.
Every riodern Convenience.
Bar and Billiard Room in Connection
Only Three Blocks from Depot.
GOLDEN RULE HOTEL.
Corner Court and Johnson Btroeti,
M. F. Kelly, Proprietor.
HEATED BY STEAM.
American Plan, rates 11.25 to t'2.00 a day.
Knropcan plan, 50c, 75o, f l.OO
Bpeclal ratei by week or month
Free Bus rieets all Trains.
Commercial Trade Solicited.
Fine Sample Rooms
Special attention given Country Trade
(JEO. OARVOAli, Prop,;
' Steam Heater"
Bleck-'juid half Iroro depot,
, ia.ni ale Room In connection.
Room Rate 50c, 75c, $1.00
Farifliers Ciisfprn Mill
fVe Walter ProerUterc y
Oapacfty, l0brr!ls day
yioor exausnged (or, whom
Hour, Mill Feed. Choppfl.Feed, to, ala?i
HH SI. iff
1 time 20
2 times 30
1 week 45
week; 25 cent a line per month.
nrAM Time Schedule austo
ron From Poi.dleton rnoM
Chicago. Salt lk, Denver, Ft.
Portland Worth, Omaha, Kan.
Special iai City. St Louli, Chi- 8:00 a. ,
5:30 P m cagoand East.
Atlantis Salt I,ko, Denver. Ft.
Kxpreu Worth, Omaha, Kan
5:15 a.m. laiClty.Bt.LouW.Ohi- UuO p, m .
via Hunt- cagoandKaat.
St. Paul Walla Walla, LewUton,
Fait Mall Bpokane.Wallace.Pull.
845 a. m. man, Minneapolis, Bt. 530 p. .
via Paul, Duluth, Mllwau
Spokano. kee, Chicago and East.
Ocean and River Schedule.
All sailing dates subject
8:00 p. m. For Ban Francl.ico 4 p. m.
Ball every 5 days.
oxcont Columbia River
8 p. m. To Astoria and Way Buuday
10 p. m.
Boats loave Portland dally, except Sunday1,
(stagool water permitting) (or Willamette and
Yamhill Hirer points.
Leavo I Leave
Rtparla Snake River Lowlaton
4:05 a.m. 7:00 a.m.
Dally Rtparla to Lew liton. Dally
Excpt Mon Excpt Mor
F. K. WAM8LKY, Agent, Pondloton.
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
Tirnrii. anrt Northern Pitelflo BtoimihlD Go.
and American lino.
Trains leave Pendloton dally except Bnndav
at 0:00 p. m.
and tickets, call on or write W. Adams, Pen.
dleton, Oregon, or A. D. CHARLTON,
'intra ana Morrison -is., rouiaua, um,
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 exoept Bandays at
Arrive Pendleton Monday, Wednesday sa
Friday U'M am.
arjfva Pendleton Tnesdar. Thnrsdar a
Saturday 0A5 am i
Leave Walla Walla dally, east bound lOrtOpa.
Arrive Walla Walla dally west bound 9)6ajs,
yor Information regsrdlsg jUt eeeeai
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