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PROFESSIONS AND TRADES ALPHABETICALLY ARRRANQED.
. rrrzr office in judd
w. 0. C0I'KV" 10 to 12 a. in.:
bolWInS-m Telephone, 77.
1 10 ' t-.---l. "Yi tirspatn block,
i rT M'W'rvipfV'cyo troubles, catnr
! 4 VmS Impaired hearing';
fl?tcl for refractive or.
Iii rTr "office ovkr tfTb
Ttrm si. noMEorATn-
V nhrslda11 nn I S mv,c on
I J 1 . r. . n r 1 XT lm
I S0,n;ln 7 lieslclencc Phono lied 23.
Gift J-.M'PAA nTo- Main 'osTi-
Rnpclnltles eye, ear, nose
nnw In Snvlncs 'Bank bulia-
r 4 Keyes. Ofllee one uiock west
m. i.r i rrrcsT.p.rc. cnnoNic
R,j .trrous licenses and diseases of wo
LTnoD Hotel 1-endleton, cor. Water
Cj jUIn SUt.. Pendleton, ure. x-uoub
4 273. -
HIDES, PELTS AND JUNK?
YOff CAN GET THE ITIGHEST MAIt
ket price for your pelts, hides and all
kinds of Junk, such as rubber, brass, cop
per, lead, zinc, rags and bottles, iron of
nil kinds a specialty. You can bring In 50
cents worth of raps or ship In $500
worth of hides and will be treated In the
same way. We have come here to stay.
Give us a calbnnd you will be satisfied, h.
Shank Co., ofllce and warehouse next to
Eastern Hotel, Pendleton, Oregon. Tele
phone', Tied 221.
"TrATTMIAN. DENTIST, OFFICE IN
ti MANN. DENTIST. OFFICE IN AS
k.M.!?r i.Vnv nvor Rnlimldt's now
trtTtPE 18 HEREBY GIVEN TO THE BTOCK
ffi i of the ' Pen-Melon Woolen Mills that
S" Mta held TueSday.My 6th. lfiO'.nt
Seof the company, in Pondleton, Ore-
on t4 p. m. Juul,i piw'ui""!'
boTICE 18 HKRKI5Y GIVEN TO THE STOCK
bolder, ot tho Pendleton WoolBoourlng &
htunfCo., tnai a racenng win uoucw iuw
uTMayf., 1902. at I he office of the company in
'I'... J ' ...... k TP . V .Ifirlfl
re'Iaent, c u iuihuh, reuicwij .
ARCHITECTS AND BUILDERS.
rF. nOWAUD, AltCIIITECT AND SU-mnt-Ao
itnmnlnfo nnrl roll-
Ible plans for biilldlngs In the city or
tonntry. ltoom n .iiiuu uunuing.
HEEK Ic COIiE, CONTllACTOItB AND
builders. Estimates furnished on snort
lotlce. Job work n specialty. Prompt'
erflce. Shop on lSIufr street near Mam.
b. A. MAY, rONTUACTOK AND BUILD-
tr. Estimates furnished on all 'Kinds of
tnimnrv nmAnf ivnllra afnnn Wflllfl ctf
fcrters 'can be left at tho East Oregonlau
KELLAIt nnOTaEKS, PLASTEUING
and cementing. Cement walks a special
ty. Estimates furnished free. Work guar
anteed. Leave orders nt rtadley & Zah
ncr'a. cigar store. Main St.,. P. O. bor 104.
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Will hnvo It sent you and assume all the
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It will save you both trouble and risk. If
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EAST OREGONIAN PUB. CO., Pendleton,
EMPLOYMENT BUREAU IF YOU ARE
see.dng a position, or need help, call on
or address J. C. Spoonamore, 220 Court St,
The foll'wlng described nnlmo! ha? been
taken up by the marshal of the City of Pendle
ton, to wit:
A bald face roan colt, onn. year old, with
white legs up to the knops No brand -visible
If ald animal is not claimed by tho owners
or those entitled to tho possession of It, coUs
and expense! against it paid and it taken away
within ten days from the date hereof, then at
2 o'clock, p. m. tho 12th day of May, 190?, tho
said animal will be sold to the hfghcit bidder,
at public auotlon, for cash, at the city pound,
on the corner of Cottonwood and Webb streetB.
in said city of Pendleton, the proceeds of such
sale to be applied to the payment of such costs
and expenses of making sale.
Dated this m day of May, 1902.
J. A. BLAKLEY, City Marshal.
W. S. BOWMAN, LEADING THOTOGRA
phor of ithe city. Harvest views, In
dian photos for snlc. Finishing done for
amateurs. Mala St., near bridge. Phone
TO YE FAYHE MAYDE "WYTH YE PYNKS.
noddynge pynks you claspe wyth
Are not soe fayre
As Is ye bloome whyche on your face
Is softo &-rure.
Yo one pynk in vour wondrous hair
Is sadde & lone.
For that ye glorle why oh is there
It maye not owne.
Nowc, pynks bloome gnylle o'er ye land.
& are admyred:
Theyre perfume, by yo breezes fanned,
Is moche desyred;
Yet, wyth you here, nil of ye pynks
Are soone forgot.
For they are everywhere, methynkes,
But you ore not.
W. D. NESB1T.
FAUST AT THE FRAZER.
LIVERY AND 'FEED STABLE8.
OHMERICAL STABLES. G. W. FROOME
Prop. Livery, Feed and Boarding. All
m or turnouts, competent drivers, up
rfle notel Pendleton, telephone 10, .
epot livrry Pi;un and sales
Bubies. First class single and donble
for all occasions. 627 Cottonwood
K Thone Main 79. Elvln "Craig, Prop.
pit STAMjES. t. w. ayers. prop.
I Livery, feed and boarding. Tho best
hfflonts In the Mtv. Altn St.. hpfropon
Mln ana Cottonwood Sts Prone Main 70.
JBEG0N FEED YARD, W. T. BOYNTON
I nop. Special care given to horses left
run me. Lower Webb Street. Phone Red
CABS AND CARRIAGES.
TelPnhfino ri to t a. r i
PKOItQE 0'DANIEL. NEW AND SECOND
PPa house block. Call and see him. "
STRnnT.n TT1 T tin . ti . rt.A.T-A
nana fromia 1. 1-
ktoTu v. " Brcun nani rurniture,
ket h.el 1 te wnre nn(1 crockery, call and
Fms prices. No. 212 Court St.
rDoi m25OSR. 00UUT STREET, LA
.S' E ectclclnns, dealers In dec
Rctrlc I Uh?." ,' ,0,"es' stores, wired for
hi flit,, A bc. Is. ."r. telephones. Electrl-
ranN'T."tKC,EiticAr. WORKS. C. F.
Pti linn1,;, L?rne.r Main and Webb
pttflu La 0lvo. "s r'al. All work
Bp .,iuu.. hcu c. F. Klne,
BANKS AND BROKFRfi
c!i 0l" ATHENA.
'Meoon P n ' no,00 surplus" and
H In fai.Inter,est,0l tlme deposits,
flections nrnmnM1"1 (1""catic exchange.
f;4Cp iffi r ttcnded to, Henry
Nj lK 1'. 3. Kirk, vlccpvesl-
5ca"nleV.CnShl0r'; P' S" Xe-
fdlon,IinK'J:ON SAVINOS BANK,
'fr Ctal01!,0''1?- Mareif-i
lift. Rriil,8111 "o'U on all nrlnclnal
ffi- X 3 KnVn," lon Blven tb collec
'fcrii'''-csl'lenti J. N.
TB7r--:----ZlLA jslfrls. cashier.
C0a" ANK OF WESTON,
& Eichf?0? n Kenernl, banking
i!u ,r.ln.g loul!t and sold.1
pfesi.ir ""ended .to. ' R.
i ISW. A. hit. lffVl' www.: m.
'vH,S- w draw ' Sf' J(",n. J.
.S22 !ktat KUBOre' "bert
'Xh &$K'o I'ENDLE,
- ,neral 1 C. sur,ulll. .$05,000.
w2S',Sn & iC trfln,8ferB sold on
I schial ithe "rtl west Draf ti
C1106" on ?i,Japan "nrt Eurono Makes
Wad?: ,,.7!at.l0. vlce pres-
5:S0 d m
5:15 a. m.
Salt Lake, Denver, Ft.
wortn, umana, Kan
sas City, St Louis, Chi
cago and East.
8:00 a. m.
Salt Lake, Denver, Ft.
Wa-.I. rwa1ta ITan.
sas City, St. Louis, Chi
cago and East.
8.15 a. m.
Walla Walla, Lowlston,
man, Minneapolis, St.
Paul. Dulutb. Milwau
kee, Chicago and East.
11:10 p. m
520 p. m.
Ocean and River Schedule.
8:00 p. m.
All sailing dates subject
For San Francisco
Bail every 5 days.
8 p. m.
10 p. m.
To Astoria and Way
4 p. m.
Boats leave Portland dally, except Bundaj
(stage of water permitting) for Willamette anf
Yamhill River points.
4:05 a. m.
Rlparia to Lewliton.
7:00 a. m
F. F WAMBLEY, Agent, Pendleton.
For Chicago, St. Paul, St. Louis, Kan
aaa, City, St. Joe; Omaha,-and : "
AH Points East and South
Portlaad and pelats
oa the Soua4
Leavo Fendleton, dally except Sundays at
Arrive Pendleton Monday, Wednesday and
FrldaTaitf5am. t .
Awive Pendleton Tuesday, Thursday a-n
Saturday 9 a5am.;
Leave Walla Walla daily, east bound 10:00 pm,
Arrive Walla Walla dally west bound J;05 am.
' For Information regarding rates and acooB
W, ADAMS, Agent.
S. B. OALDKBHKAD, Q. P. A.,
Lewis Morrison Understands How to
Play "the Devil."
The elaborate scenery and gor
geous dresses, added to a newly in
vented system of electrical effects
novel and startling in their operation
would make Lewis Morrison's
"Faust" remarkable anywhere. This
season, however, all former produc
tions have been surpassed In point;
of scenery, costumes, electrical, me
chanical and vocal effects and the
strength of the company. Lewis
Morrison himself will positively ap
pear as "Mephisto." It is in honor of
his apperaance that the most cost
ly and elaborate production of Faust
ever staged has been gotten up. A
new prolougue has been written by
a well known author. The choral
and vocal work by an invisible
choir and soloist is one of the most
impressive features of the new scene.
As the seventeen scenes of this pro
logue disappear one by'one and re
veal a picture of the gates of Para
dise with M,ephisto appealing to the
archangel surrounded by his host, a
picture of rare beauty is revealed
which receives added dignity from
the sonorous appeal of Satan and the
exquisite music which was specially
composed for the duration of this
scene. The choral and vocal work,
which partakes of the nature of an
oratorio with a high lyric soprano
voicing the recitation as Satan list
ens in mockery adds solemnity and
beauty to a prologue that delights
the eye by the rapidly changing cloud
and light effects, while the ear is
charmed by the musical numbers.
The garden and Brocken scenes, as
well as the beautiful apothesls, are
all bright and new from the studios
of Seavey and Armbruster. AH this
in connection with Lewis Morrison's
magnificent interpretation of Me
phisto will doubtless prove a strong
gon Will Be in Attendance An
on Tuesday, May 6th.
. VAN DRAN BROS., Props.
The Best Hotel in Pendleton
and as good as any.
Headquarters for 'Traveling Men.
Commodious Sample Rooms.
Rates $2 per day.
Special rates by week or month.
Every flodern Convenience,
Bar and Billiard Room in Connection
Only Three Blocks from Depot
Meeting of Indiana T. P. A.
South Bend, Ind., May 2. Business
houses are aglow with flags and
bunting today in honor of the Tra
"elers' Protective Association, whoso
annual state convention is in pro
gress here. From the standpoint of
attendance the convention is tho
largest in the history of the Indiana
division. The roll call showed an
attendance of nearly 2,000 delegates,
representing Indianapolis, Muncle,
Eyansville, Richmond, Marlon, Torre
Haute and other leading cities of the
state. The state division has made
gratifying gains in membership dur
ing the past twelve months as is evi
denced by the reports of the various
officers. The convention will last
two days, the business sessions be
ing intersperced with Interesting fea
tures of entertainment arranged by
the local posts and the business men
ot aoutn uend.
GOLDEN RULE HOTEL.
Corner Court and Johnson Btroeti,
M. F. Kolly, Proprietor.
A Big Success.
The laughing comedy, "Too Rich
to Marry," which comes to the Fra
zer opera house Monday, May 12, had
Naval Cadets to Graduate.
Annapolis, Mti May 1. On ac
count of the lack of line officers in
the junior grades for ships in com
mission the fourth year class of ca
dets at the United States naval aca
demy will be graduated tomorrow,
instead of in June. Of the sixty ca
dets in the class about three-fourths
will be sent to ships in the Asiatic
squadron. Under the law they must
serve two years at sea before receiv
ing commissions as ensigns.
Second Class Fares Abolished
New York, May 1. Second class
passenger fares between New York
and Chicago were abolished today by
action of the Trunk Line Passenger
Committee. The reform is one for
which efforts have been making for
a long time. Hereafter the minimum
rate is to be fl8.00 via the Brie, Lo
high Valley, Lackawanna, Ontario
& Western and the Lake Shore in
connection with their connections
at the western termini. The stand
ard lines are to charge ?20.
a continuous run in New York City
last season of twenty weeks, and was
pronounced by the press as New
York's comedy success.
New Labor Organization.
Chicago, 111., May 1. A convention
of the International Laborer's Union
opened in Chicago today. This or
ganization was temporarily formed
at Scranton, i'a., last December. It
Jias now about 10,000 members in
fourteen states. In the large cities
it confines itself to tho common la
borers and those trades that have no
International bodies of their own,
while in small towns and villages it
organizes all, yet strictly recogniz
ing trade autonomy. Among its
members aro teachers, preachers and
other educational men.
Delaware G. A. R. Encampment
Newark, Del., May 1. The city is
gay with stars and stripes lodav In
honor of the Grand Army of the Re
public. The annual parade took place
today, after which the business ses
sion was begun. A spirited contest
for department commander Is on be
tween William G. Baugh, the present
adjutant, and John A. Garner ot
Lord Kelvin at Cornell.
Ithaca, I Y., May 2. Lord Kelvin,
past president of the royal society,
and one of tho foremost of living
scientists, is hero to address the stu
dents of Cornell university. This af
ternoon a, reception was given In his
honor by Dean R. H. Thurston of
Sibley college, who has known Lord
Kelvin for thirty years.
Don't U6e Too Many Words.
Multiplication of words increases
tho expense and decreases the effec
tiveness of advertising. Say what
you have to say in as few words as it
caii be bald then stop. By bo doing
you can set wtyat you want to say Jn
larger type, so that it will command
the attention of more readers than
would u wordy discourse set In small
The homllest man In Pendleton, as
well as the handsomest, and others,
are Invited to call on any druggist
and get free a trial bottle of Kemp's
Balaam for the throat and lungs, a
remedy that is guaranteed to cure and
relieve all chronic and acute coughs,
asthma, bronchitis and consumption.
Price 26c and 60c, For sale by Tall
man & Co., sole agents.
HEATED BY STEAM.
LIGHTED BY ELECTRICITY.
American Plan, ratei I1.2S to 12.00 a day.
European plan, fiOc, 76c, 11.00
Special ratei by week or month
Free Bus fleets all Trains.
Commercial Trade Solicited.
. Pine Sample Rooms
Special attention given Country Trade
VM1 Lluhted and Steam Hrated.
Best 25 cent Meals
in the City..
Frog LegB, Eastern and Olyiupta
OPEN DAY and NIGHT
GU8 LA FONTAINE, Prop.
Our Three Coated
In Bluo and white coIotb is
just the thing to give
W. J. CLARK & CO.
Oregon Lumber Yard
Alta St., opp. Court House.
PRICES AS LOW A5 THE LOWEST
For All Kinds of Building Material.
And Don't Forget Our Wood Outtera
For Barns and Dwellings
CJGARS-the best brands
TOBACCO finest for
smoking and chewing
PIPES to suit all :: :
QEO. DARVEAU, Prop.:
Block and a ball from depot.
Sample Room In connect!.
Room Rate 50c, 75c, $1.00
W. C. MINNIS
Kemerer CoaL First Class Wood
Orders Promptly Filled.
Telephone, RecMOl, or null on
W. 0. 21INNTS,
Office Main Street, Juat opposite Hans
ford &Tboiu))9on'a hardware atoro,
TKLKfHONK MAIN 4.
The Pioneers of
the Pacific . o
A Htrlctly Up to Date Iimuraiica o
Afford Absolute 1'rotcottou anil l'yi
PENDLETON - OREGON
In Well Eatabltihed
In Boyvn Htalci.
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Have the Feathers
In your feathor bods
By tho 1902 STEAM PROCESS.
No mixing of foathors. You get
your own foathors, Work oalled
for and delivered.
WORKS LOCATED AT
709 JANE STREET
, Ua JllgU for untatnral
IrritatiouK ur iiktyatlom
of uiucoui memlriiue
P iileaa. uuii nut utila
LtHtEvimCiuuicuCo. n or p9u'
I naia ojr uraHHHi 4
"or $oat In plulu wiwr,.
lit ajinrriM. preiwiJ. tot ,
il.lXL ui-3 bolllM. ttM.
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