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BANKS AND BROKERS.
riftST NATIONAL BANK OV ATHENA.
!r2e5.VJPaHt1 50.000; turpi m ana
proles, $6000. Interest on time deposits.
Deals In foreign and domestic exchange.
Collections promptly attended to. Henri
C- Adams, president ; T. J. KlrkT vlce-pres-Ident;
K.L Barnett, cashier: F.S, Lea row.
THE) PENDLETON AVINQ8 BANK,
Pcadletoa, Oregon. Organized March l,
1889; caplUt, 50,000; surplus, $00,000.
Interest allowed on time deposits. Ex
change bought and sold on all principal
points. Special attention siren to collec
tion. W. J. Furnish, president; J. N.
Teal, vice-president ; T. J. Morris, cashier.
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IS Hotel Pendleton, cot. w
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rVSnHAN. DENTI8T. OFTICB IN
CsALB GASOLINE SPUiNH, WITH
IPr. ,!( nower. K"onmlcnI in
fol 'toil Price I2M. ,Bast Oregon-
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BUN ft LOWELL. ATOUKio
RS. Room 14 Asssoelatlc block, Fen
jidd bollalnr, Pendleton, Oregon.
nirT VV ATTOHNIuY AT LAW.
Oft In Association block-
n. B0TD. ATTORNEY AT LAW. Ill
ICwrt Bt .
n nmsnRR. ATTORNEY A LAW,
BS A. FEE, LAW OFFICE IN XDDD
mw . tinMr. AT'TORNIBTH
UijHan imiu. -
I to practice In United State; Mtent
nr. Rooma 10, 11, 12 and 18 Astoela-
nrif 18 HRRFHY GIVEN Tfl THE BTOCK-
Hen of the Pen-ilcton Woolen M11U that
cettarwill Iw held Tii-Rdav.MaT 6th. 1902,at
nfflceof the companv, In Pendleton, Ore-
t.at 4 p. m. E. y. Juaa, preaioeni, r. a.
flCE IB HKRERY RIVEN TO THE 8TOCK-
ttHeriol the Pendleton Wool Scouring &
atinr Co.. that a meottntr will be held Tnea-
k.Viyt, 1902, at lhe office of the company in
autoz, Oregon, at p. m. x. x. jnaa,
"Went. T B Clopton, aecretary.
.8. BOWMAN, LEADING PHOTOOHA-
' oi the city. Harrest rlews, Indian
for aale. PtnUhlnp Anna tnr inn.
Main Bt, near bridge. Phone, Bed
ARCHITECTS AND BUILDERS.
VI HOWARD, ARCHITECT ANP 8U-
nnieoaent, makes complete and rell-
DUUIV fnr hlilMlnfM In thi. .lfv t
eby. Room 17, Jndd bulfdln.
R'S? r.OLTl, CONTRACTORS AND
IjBtldtrj. Eatlmatea fnrnlabed on short
wet. Bhop on Blnff street, near Main
MA1 CONTKACTOR AND
WMm. Estimates furnished ea all
F" or majonrj, cement walks, stone
" ttC Order fn ha t.ft mi- h Wut
LIVERY AND FEED STABLE8.
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Rf . 'ry 1p1 Bnd "onrdlng. All
cuuiei.ua. leiepnone ,iu.
8uMM":ii I'ERD AND . SALES
In fiT' i "ol l,n88 BinRie ana aouoie
.occa'ons- 627 Cottonwood
- Phone Main 70. Elvln Craig, Prop.
IITT STinint. Zr:
I Uiin J a' 1 AYERS. PROP.
NHioo' nn( "warding. The best
Uaaari r.V, luV Alta 8t" between
v"uuuo ts., irone Main 70.
W r3f, YARD, W. T. BOYNTON
. Lower Webb Street. Phone Red
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THE 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. Proebstel,
Ice-president; J. R. Kllgpre, cashier; di
rectors, O. A. Hartman, M. M. Johns. T.
J. Price, O. D. Graw, J. F. Kllgore, Robert
Jameson, O. W. Proebstel.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF PENDLB
toa. Capital $70,000: surplus, $85,000.
Transacts a general banking business. Ex
change and telegraphic transfer sold on
Chicago, San Francisco, New York and
principal points In the northwest Drafts
drawn on China, Japan and Europe.
Makes collections on reasonable terms.
Levi Ankeny, president; W. F. Matlock,
rice-president ; C. B. Wade, cashier; H. C.
Oueroaey, assistant cashier.
HIDES, PELTS AND JUNK.
YOU CAN GET THE HIGHEST MAR
kst price for your hides, pelts and all
kinds of junk, such as rubber, brass, cop
per, lead, sine, rags and bottles. Iron of
all kinds a specialty. -Your can brte-'ta
SO , cents worth of, old rags or skip In
$800 worth of hides and will be treated
In the" same way. We naye come here to
stay- Give as a cal and yon will be satt
d. L. Shank ft Co, offlce and warehouse
next to Eastern Hotel, Pendleton, Ore.
Telephone. Red -221.
ROYAL NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA-WILD-wood
"Camp, No. 2)33, meets 'second and
foarth Tuesday in each month in Odd Fellows'
Ball. Mrs Ida Holcomb, Oracle; Mrs. Nettle
UMATILLA TENT, NO. 27, K. O. T. M
'Meets In Secret Society Hall, serio3 and
fourth Tuesdays of each month. All vis
iting Sir Knights cordially Invited. J. 8.
Keen, Record Keeper ; E. D. Estabrook,
BEDMEN UM A HALES TRIBE, NO. 18
Meets every Tuesday night In Hen
drlck's Hall. Roy W. Rltner, Keeper of
PENDLETON LODGE, NO. 52, A. F. and
A. M., meets first and third Mondays of
eaeb month. Visiting brjtaren welcome. T.
J. Tweedy, W. M., Joe H- Parkas, eJtc.
PENDLETON CHAPTER, NO. 28 T. C.
Taylor,. H- P.. F. F. Wamsley, Secretary.
Meets first and- fourth Friday of each
month In Masonic Hall.
PENDLETO&X. .COMMANDERY, NO. 7.,
Robert Forster. E. C, W. E. Carter. Sec
retary. Meets first and third Friday of
each month In MasonlcHall.
PIONEERS OF THE PACIFIC WIL
Ilam Martin Encampment. No. 1. Meets
every Wednesday at Hendrlck's Hall.
Mrs. L. F. Lampfcln. Secretary.
DAMON LODGE, NO. 4. KNIGHTS OF
Pythias. J. F. Nowlln, C. C : R. W.
Fletcher, K. of R. & 8. Meets evrry
Monday In Secret Society Hall.
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA
Tutullla Camp, No. 0309. Meets 8rst and
third Saturdays of each month at Hen
drlck's Hall. George A. Hamblln, Con
sul; G. A. Eobblns. 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 waixs a specialty, es
timates furnished free. Work guaranteed.
Leave orders at Badley's & Zahner's cigar store
Main street, P. O. box 10 L
OLD NEWSPAPERS TO PUT UNDER
carpets, on shelves, walls, or for wrap
ping purposes. Old newspapers In large
bundles of one-hundred each at 23 rents a
bundle at the EAST OREGONIAN onlce,
IN POUND THE FOLLOWING DE8CRIBED
stockJiaB been taken ud bv the city marshal
and will brj'sold In. 10 days to defray expenses.
One black cow, wbite.spot between legs. No
brand'' visible. About six years old; .weight
One red and white spotted heifer with half
mbon on fnrehftid. sbontthree years old. weight
about 000 pounds. No brand visible.
v J.; A. BLAKLEY, City Marshal.
renaiey)n( Oregon, April. i, iww .
IN POUND THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED
stock has been taken up by the city marshal
and will be said, at the expiration of ten days
to defray expenses: .v w v
One brown horse, about 10 years old, weight
aboat 850 pounds, Indian brand on left shoul
der and left hip.
Dated at Pendleton, Oregon, April 22, 1902.
J. "A. BLAKLEY, City Marshal.
EMPLOYMFNT BUREU-IF TOU ARE
seeking a position, or nea-ip, cau on or
address J. C. Bpoonemore, 220 Court Street,
W. C. MINNIS
ftmmrCml First filawWnnd
ht,r mock, e L..".'J,""4; HTRKET, I.A ""vv.
Telephone. Bed 401. or call on
.'orV" KkU 1008 Uliu Strert, Just opposite Hana-
Mne.Prop.- , Thowpeon'i hardware store.
FIELD MARSHAL) LORD WOLSELEWS AFRICAN MIS8ION.
King Edward is sending one of his greatest soldiers, Field Marshal Garnet Joseph
Wolseley, to Africa to report on the Boer war. Wolseley has been in the British amy
xmy yeazs, naa lougnt an over tae world and is W years of age.
TOO IIMNY SHEEP
INCREASE IS VERV LARGE
AND SALES ARE FEW
In Crook County Particularly are the
Ranges Crowded and Trouble Is
Expected Between Rival Interests.
There will be serious trouble be-1
tween stockmen In Crook county be
fore the Bummer is over, according to
Will 'Wurzweiler, a Prineville sheep
man, who is in Portland, says the
Telegram. Mr. Wurzweiler's firm
owns some 12,000 sheep, which will
probably be pastured on the reserve
in the Cascades, and so he does not
expect any trouble ,for his own
"There are not sheep buyers around
Prineville this' year," he said, "and as
the spring's increase will be large,
ranges will be badly overstocked by
next fall. This condition will compel
herders to encroach on each other's
ranges, as well as upon those claimed
by cattlemen, and then trouble 'will
begin. As most of the land is owned
by the government, each man thinks
he has as good a right to the grass
as another has, though the other may
have been in peaceful possession for
"We of Crook county have not only
our own sheep to contend with but
those of Wasco and Wheeler counties
which outnumber ours two to one.
After shearing these ontside sheep
will begin swarming In on our winter
ranges, on their way to the moun
tains, and they will simply clean out
the grass as they travel.
"Then the cattlemen think they
have some rights which the sheep
men should respect. As the cattle
will not graze on land over which
sheep have roamed, the horned stock
is set to drifting away from their
ranges on the approach of sheep,
and thus the cattle become scattered.
Catleraisers object to the visits of
the sheep, and already a sheep cor
ral has been visited by cattlemen this
season and 150 head slaughtered at
night. This recurred a little over a
week ago in the eastern portion of
the county. The owner of the sheep,
whose name Is Coopman, had decid
ed to sell off his flock and go to rais
ing cattle In consequence."
Mt. Wurzwe-er does not expect any
buyers around. Prineville until fall.
"Last year," he said. "Eastern and
California men were -in the field pur
chasing all of the stock that was for
sale, but California gets its supply
of mutton from other sources this
season, while the corn market Qf the
East s in such a shape that no cal
culations can be made upon shipping
sheep East to feed for the Chicago
winter markets. Thus we of Crook
county will have more stock than we
can find feed for, let alone the visits
of the sheep from outside counties."
'Do you think the proposed land
leasing law would help matters out
in Crpbk county?" was asked.
'!No. The big stockmen will con
trol everything oon enough without
assistance from the government. Of
course, the leasing of these lands
would put a stop to stockmen killing
each other over the range question,
but I see no better' way than to let
the matters stand as they are, and
permit the range problem to settle
itself in time."
Celebrated with a Big Dinner at Echo
at Which 40 Persons Sat Down.
The delivery of the Planomachin
ery at Echo, on Friday, April 25, by
a. Kunkfil & Co.. was tho greatest
in Hint line that has ever tak-
en place in Umatilla county. The
machinery consisted or w ig
Jones" mowerb, six Daln alfalfa rakes
and five Piano rakes, a solid car load
A. KuoUel took the occasion to give
a dinner at the Drlscoll Hotel at Echo
to the ranchers and stockmen of the
1 tfmi 1Bo
2 time 20o
1 week 30e
Extra line: .10 cents each a week; 25 cents a line per menth.
VAN DRAN BROS., Props.
The Best Hotel in Pendleton
and as good as any.
Putter creek country, who had pur
chased the above machinery. They
and their friends to the number of
40 sat down to a sumptuous repast,
gotten up in elegant style, which
proved one of tho most enjoyable
features of the day. L. W. Carnahan
of Chicago, who at present is located
at Portland, general agent of the
Piano Company for the Pacific North
west, said it was the earliest harvest
delivery ever taken place in the
The "Big Jones" mowers are par
ticularly adapted to cutting alfalfa.
They are what are known to those
who are informed on such matters
as "vertical lift machines." They
have a 34-inch wheel, 4 Inches wide
across the face. The Piano machin
ery is very popular with all who have
evei handled or used it in any way.
A full supply of extras for this ma
chiner will be kept on sale at Echo
chinery will be kept on sale at Echo
Piano implements can have their
wants supplied quickly and at the
smallest possible cost.
The sale and delivery of this ma
chinery was largely due to the ener
gies of James M'. Spense, represen
tative of A. Kunkel & Co.
THE PAINT BRUSH BUSY.
Buildings on the W. & C. R. R. Get
ting a Fresh Dress of Paint
The W. & C. R. paint and repair
car has been In Pendleton for the past
week and they are making things look
a little different to what they did in
the vicinity of the depot, freight house
and warehouses on West Webb
street. The repair car did not come
any too soon, for the buildings of
the company had begun to look quite
ragged and many repairs were need
ed as well as paint. All of tho build
ings are being painted with the regit
lar W. & C. R. colors red and green.
The body of the houses are being
made a blood red, while the roof and
trimmings are green. These colors
are quite loud and when the last coat
is put on the buildings will not only
look a hundred per cent better but
will be attractive for there will bo
nothing else in town of the same col
or. With the paint cars are tho
company's carpenters and they afo
busy putting in a now platform
around the depot and repairing every
thing that is In the least decayed or
out of order.
Don't Use Too Many Words.
Multiplication of words Increases
the expense and decreases the effec
tiveness of advertising. Say what
you have to say in as few words as it
can be tald then stop. By so doing
you can set what you wnt to say Jn
larger type, so that it will command
the attention of more readers than
would a wordy discourse set in small
In Need of Money.
All parties knowing themselves In
debted to D. Kemler are hereby noti
fied to call and settle at once and
save costs. D. KBMLEIt.
Hcaoqoifttrs for Traveling Hen.
Commodious Sample Rooms.
Rates $2 per day.
Special rates by week or moath.
Every flodern Convenience.
Bar and Billiard Room in Connection
Only Three Blocks from Depot
GOLDEN RULE HOTEL.
Corner Court and Johnson Streets,
M. F. Kelly, Proprietor.
narART Time Sebedule Aaarvn
ros From Pei.dlaton rao
Chicago- Bait Lake, Denver, Ft.
Portland Worth, Omaha. Kan
Special sas City, Bt Louis, Oal-s :00 a.m.
Atlantis Salt Lake, Denver, Ft.
Express Worth, Omaha. Kan
6itS a. m. sas City, Bt. Louis, ohl- HUB p. m,
via Runt- cago and East.
Bt. Paul Walla Walla, Lewis ton,
Fast Mall Bpokane.Wallaoe.PuU
8.16 a. m. man, Minneapolis, Bt. 530 p. m.
via Paul, Duluth, Mllwau.
Spokane, kee, Chicago and East
Ocean and River Schedule.
All sailing dates subject
. to change.
80 p.m. ForBanrranclsoo 4 p.m.
Ball every 6 days.
ezoept Columbia River
8 p. m. To Astoria and Way Bundae
10 p. m.
HEATED BY STEAM.
LIQtTTED BY ELECTRICITY.
American Plan, rates 11.25 to 12.00 a day,
European plan, 60c, 76o, 11.00
Bpeclal rates by week or month
Pree Bus fleets all Trains.
Commercial Trade Solicited,
Pine Sample Rooms
Special attention given Country Trade
1. Ray & Co.,
. Boy and sell
for cash or on margins.
New York Stock Exchange;
CMcajre Stock Exckaaie.
Chicago Beard ef Trade.
rOB SALE NEW CHICAGO TYPEWRIT
er, universal key .beard, Qrst -class ma
chine..' Take a look "at It, Thirty dollars
srlll buy It. East Oragoulaa oslcs.
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Boats leave Portland dally, except Sunday,
(stage ot water permitting) for Wlllamstts im
Yamhill Hirer points.
4:05 a. m
Klparia to Lswlston.
7 M a. m.
F. F. WAHBLKY, Agent, Pendleton.
GEO. DARVEAU, Prop.;
. European Plan.
Bleclranda half irom depot.
Sample Room In connection.
Room Rate 50c, 75c, $1.00
Farmers Custom Mill
Fred Walters, Proprietor.
Oapaclty, 160 barrel! a day
Flour eaobanged (or wheat
Flour, Mill Feed, Obopped Feed, etc. alwsyi
as band. . -
Pullman Sleeping Cars,
Elegant Dining Cars,
Tourist Sleeping Cars
f ST. PADI.
TO 1 GRAND FORKS
THROUGH TICKETS TO
and all poiuUi Eaat and South
Through tickets to Japan and China, via
Taooma and Northern Pacific Steamship Oo.
and American line.
Trains leave Pendleton dally except Sunday
at 60 p. m.
For further Information, time cards, maps,
and tickets, call on or write W. Adams, Pea
dleton, Oregon, or A. D. UI1AULTON,
Third and Morrison Bts., lortland, Ore.
For Chicago, Bt. Paul, St. Louis, Kan
Baa City, Bt. Joe, Omaha, and
All Points East and South
Portland and points
oa the Sound
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Leare Pendleton, dally except Bandars at
Arrlra I'dndlcton Monday, Wednesday and
Friday 116 am.
i,ilf Pendleton Tnesdsr. Thursday a-ai
Saturday VM am;
Leave Walla Walla dally, east bound. 10 50 pas,
Arrlre Walla Walla dally west bound 9 fib am,
infnrm.tliin rAvmrdlnv rata and acSABB.
modatlous, call on or add. .
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