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Easiness Cards and Societies
COUNT 8IX AVERAGE WORDS TO THE LINE.
einNS AND TRADES MUrnADIi I IvAULf HnflnANUtQ,
1 time 15o
2 times 20c
1 week 30o
1 time , ...20
2 times -. 30
1 week 48e
Extra llnet: .10 cent each a week; 25 cent a line per month.
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ltt n.d . wd impnrl hearing.
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VlC "Telephone: Office, black
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PRWILUAOffi" room 20, .1udd building.
2 TmVvTL. ROOM 17 ASSOCIA-
PK- PLk Telephone Main 03; real
-r"t HENDERSON, PHYSICIAN
.nr.eon Specialties eye. ear nose
r-k-nat OlUce in savings
Office one block west
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TiHITECTS AND BUILDERS.
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Estimates inrnisnea on an kiuuh ui
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Orttrs can be lert at tne tast ureguumu
LIVERY AND FEED STABLES.
COVIMEPJCAL STARLES. G. W. FROOME
rTGp. wveryi feu uuu V4it..
teds or turnouts;, tompeient anvere. ur
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c.viae p Mt f ncg ami p nnn nonDie
mt I'finnp .lnin . if. r.ivin raiKt jtiuu.
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OREGON FEED YARD. W. T. UOYNTUN !
Prop. Special care given to horses lert .
CABS AND CARRIAGES.
CAB LIVE. ERWIN BAKER. PROP.
Tdepnone Mnln 79, at the Depot Livery
M .- i .
una cooas boncht and sold. Court SC.
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uvrm nnpRP n i nr v i 'nil an n eiwi mm
aa.au. Pfiftnn T f t)ia-A la vf V? rtrr vnn
-4 in new or second nana rurnirure.
Ft nis prices. No. 212 Court St
ww block. Electricians, dealers in elec
i tunlles, Houses, stores, wired for
trlc lights. bl!B or telephones. Electrl
oi fiittireo of all kinds. Get our prices.
patr work a specialty.
0EJS2.S' ELECTRICAL WORKS. C. F.
KINE Prop. Corner Main and Webb
Wtt. Rouse and bell wiring neatly and
2Ptl.r done Give us a trial. ' All work
rawnteed. phone Rea 403 c p Klne
BANKS AND BROKERS.
0,LNATIONAI' RANK OF ATnENA.
r!? ?,nai,,a1' W0.000 surplus and
tad J6?00, lu'erest on time deposits.
cXu orelrn ancl domestic exchange,
t P1""' attended to. Henry
tJ.p- PwMeot ' T J. Kirk, vlce-presf-Ciw
Jlarnftt- cashier ; F. S. Le-
Dd!ePton'Dn'ETOX SAVINGS BANK,
Mt,,0r?0rKanlzed March 1,
tfeLt ?'' 5U.000, surnlus, $00,000,
4.rk on time deposits. Ex-
WaS RSLb,t,and 801(5 on a principal
Uom .HP18' attention given to collec
'!.' TW'n,ii,15nlsh President; J. N.
LliP!!!'dent : T' J- Morris, cashier.
.fAERS' RANK OF WF.HTnV
fcilB' prS-n noes a general banking
fcHwtta, nll bnUKht and 0A.
BSS?pUy acnded to. R.
WwlSf? t'V J?. W' Proebstel.
JMort (j ? it l KllRore, cashier: dl
G n J.lartmtln. M. M. Johns. T. J.
!.G'wTro.b,ir Kl,sore- Robert
toa. C?Di i t-nA?ANK OP PENDLE-
aP wL'i?'?00' 8urP'us. 5P5.000.
un. . . hcueral hnnklnn lin.ir,.
m K1 'akInTbnsine8IU Ex:
SSan te,V,c tranf"ers "old on
iHl Mim. 7ani,l'co, New York and
Sf.n ChTn t lne northwest. Drafts
kMV0Da;.i8Pan,,nd Europe. Makes
i?1 C b. yf.jZ' .Matlock, .vlce-pres-cashier.
r; H c Ooern-
HDES. PFi tIT;.,,, '
lk2 Drif" for vf lIE HIGHEST MAR
W . . .,or your niH -ii
lnc r as rter, brass, cop-
HS "Wciaffv B?d b0ltlea- lron
,l LUu bring In 50
C We h7vni be treated In the
FOH SALE AT THE EAST OREGON. AN
office, lnrRc bundles of newspapers, con
taining over 100 blf papers can be ob
tained for 25 cents a bundle.
FOU SALE NEW CHICAGO TYPE
writer, universal key-board, first-class
machine. Take a look at It. Thirty dol
lards Will buy It. East Oregonlau office.
FOR SALE GASOLINE ENGINE. WITH
pipes, tanks and fittings, ready to oper
ate, five, to six horse power. Economical
In the use ot tuel. Price $250. East Ore-
gonian oiuce, l'endieton.
CARTER AND RALEY, ATTORNEYS AT
Law. Office In Savings Rank building.
BEAN A LOWELL. ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Room 14 Association block. Pendleton,
N. RERKELEY, ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office In Association block.
B. I). ROYD, ATTORNEY AT LAW, 111
L. It. REEDER, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
JAMES A. FEE, LAW OFFICE IN JUDD
STILLiAN & PIERCE ATTORNEYS
at Law. Mr. Stlllraan has been admitted
to practice In United States patent offices
and makes a specialty of Patent Law-.
Rooms 10, 11, 12 and 13 Association block.
ROYAL NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA
Wlldwood Camp, No. 2333, meets second
and fourth Monday In each month In Odd
Fellows' hall. Mrs. Ida Holccmb, Oracle;
Mrs. Ne...e Robblns, Recorder.
bMATlLLA TENT, NO. 27, K. O. T. M.
Meets In Secret Society Hall, second
and tourth Tuesdays In each month. All
visiting Sir Knights cordially Invited. J.
S. Kees, Record Keeper; E. D. Esta brook,
PENDLETON LODGE, NO. 52, A. F. and
A. M., meets first and third Mondays of
each month. Visiting brethren welcome.
T. J. Tweedy, W. M., Joe H. Parkes, Sec.
PENDLETON CHAITER, NO. 28 T. C.
Taylor. II. P., F. F. Wamsley, Secretary.
Meets first and fourth Friday of each
month In Masonic Hall.
PIONEERS OF THE PACIFIC WIL
11am Martin Encampment, No. 1. Meets
every Wednesday at Ilendrlck's Hall. Mrs.
L. F. ..ampkln, Secretary.
DAMON LODGE, NO. 4. KNIGHTS OF
Pythta. J. x'. Nowlln, C. C. ; R. W.
Fletcher. K. of R. S. Meets every Mon
day In Secret Society Hall.
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA
Tutullla Camp, Na 6399. Meets first
and third Mondays of each month at Odd
Fellows' Hall. George A. Hamblin, Con
sul ; G. A. Robblns, Clerk.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD REGULAR
meetings of Pendleton Camp, No. 41, W.
of W., are held In Secret Society Hall
every Saturday evening. Visiting neigh
bors are always welcome. J. P.. Walker,
Clerk, J. P. Earl, C. C.
KELLAIt BROTHERS. PLASTERING
and cementing. Cement walks a speciai-
.. T-,imn,A rn.nl.liofl T raa Un.lT cellar.
anteed. Leave orders at Badley & Zan-
ner's cigar store. Main St.,. P. O. box 104.
WANTED ADVERTISRS TO MAKE USE
of these classified columns. If you have
sometu.ng you have no use for, offer to
trade It for something that some other
body may have and have no use for, some
thing that you may need In your business.
You may have an extra horse that you
may wish to trade for a cow or a vehi
cle. Somebody may have the cow and
vehicle and want the horse. A fifteen or
twenty-five cent want ad will probably do
SUBSCRIBERS TO MAGAZINES, IF YOU
want to subscribe to magazines or news
papers in the United States or Europe,
remit bv postal note, check, or send to the
EAST OREGONIAN the net publisher's
price of the publication you desire, and we
w.il have It sent you and assume all the
risk of the money being lost in the malls.
It will save you both trouble and risk. If
ypu are a subscriber to the East Oregon
Ian, in remitting ypu can deduct 10 per
cent from the publisher's price. Address
EAST OREGONIAN PUB. CO., Pendleton,
OLD NEWSPAPERS TO PUT UNDER
carpets, on shelves, walls, or for wrap
ping purposes. Old newspapers In large
bundles of 100 each at 25 cents at bundle
at the EAST OREGONIAN office, Pendle
FOR RENT Rooms In the East Oregon
lan building for rent; steam heated, hot
and cold water and bath room.
The following described animal has been
taken up by the marshal of the City of Pendle
A bald face roan colt, one year old, wita
white legs up to tho luier-s. No brand visible
If aaid animal 1 not claimed by the owners
or those eoti'led to tbo possession of it, cots
and expenses against it paid and it taken away
within ten days from the date hereof, then at
2 o'clock, p. in. H the 12th day of May, 1902. the
said animal will be sold to the highest bidder,
at public auction, for cash, at the citr pound,
on the corner of Cottonwood and Webb streets,
in said city of Pendleton, the proceeds of such
sale to be applied to the payment of such costs
and expenses nf making sale
Dated this 1st day of May, 1MW.
J. A. BLAKLKY, City Marshal.
W. S. BOWMAN, LEADING PHOTOGRA-
filler VI H1G nai icoi
dlan photos for sale. Finishing done for
nmaionrs. aiain ot., near uriufe. xuuuu
Dr. W! Ilia In41jua
cure Hllnd, Vlecdlas,
and Itchlox allies. It
absorbs tbe tumors. Al
lan the itcblrb at once,
acts as a pouluoe, eljei
Instant relief. Vr. yf 11-liams-
hsvrmu I'lkfT la nrA
pared only for Piles and Itcbl Dit of tbe pri vau part.
twxi wKAnV. Sold by druwf'";. 1
br mall on receipt of price. 6c a""? rt' Ptf,Ya
WJJLLIAMS MTC CQ,, Prop's. CX.KVKUANI). V
Sold by Tallman & Co., Druggists.
Dobstn-1 just told my daughter that I
the piano on Sunday Do you noroc with
llnlr.n (Tils N l" J ' I
METHODIST CHURCH, SOUTH
GENERAL CONFERENCE AS
SEMBLES FOR 14TH TIME.
There Are 282 Delegates In Attend
ance Representing a Membership
-Dallas, Texas, May 7. The four
teenth general conference of the
Methodist Episcopal church, south,
convened In Dallas today. The open
ing exercises were conducted by
Bishop Wilson of Baltimore. The
roll call showed an attendance of 2S2
delegates representing forty-seven
annual conferences and missions
with . an aggregate membership ex
ceeding 1,500,000. Besides these dele
gates there were present the eleven
bishops of the church and a numbtr
of prominent delegates from foreign
lands, Including Mexico, Brazil, Chi
na and Japan. The conference is ex
pected to remain in session a month
Besides attending 'lo routine busi
ness connected with the publishing
and other interests of the church,
there are several important matters
of special interest to come before
the conference. Foremost among
these questions is the proposition to
create the Order of Deaconesses in
the church. The order has proved a
success in the Methodist Episcopal
church and is likely to be established
by the conference. A matter that is
expected to provoke lively discussion
is the settlement of the publishing
house war claims. In 1862 the pub
lishing house at Nashville was taken
possession of by federal authorities
and used for military purposes until
the close of the war. For the dam
age done congress awarded the
church $300,000. It has been assert
ed that this money was obtained by
fraud and misrepresentation by the
agent of the church who piloted the
matter through congress and in view
of these assertions the proposition
has been made that the money should
be returned by the church. A major
ity insists, however, that as the claim
was just and proper the church
should not be made to suffer by the
act of an individual and that con
sequently the money should not be
returned. Whichever way the matter
is decided the debate is certainly tc
be an interesting one.
It is believed that at least two and
probably more bishops will be elect
ed at the present conference. A num
ber of names are mentioned and all
represent men of scholarship, piety,
ministerial ability and, in the general
opinion of the church, are most
prominent. The name most heard in
this connection is that of Rev. E. E.
Hoss, D. 1)., of Nashville, editor of
the Christian Advocate. Others
whose names are mentioned in con
nection with the honor are the Rev.
Gross Alexander, D. D., of Louisville
conference, the Rev. John J. Tigert,
editor of the Methodist Review; the
Rev. James Atkins, D. D., of South
Carolina; the Rev. P. H. Whisner, D.
D. of the Baltimore conference; the
Rev. Collins Denny, D. D., of Vander
bilt university; the Rev. J. D. Ham
mond, D. D., of the North Georgia
conference; the nev. W. E, Vaughn
D, D. of the Pacific conference and
the Rev. J. T. Sawyer, D. D., of the
Forty-Seventh Session of the South
ern Baptist Convention.
Ashville, N. C, May 8. Whe South
ern Baptist convention convenes here
tomorrow and will continue in ses
sion for one week.
It will be the largest gathering of
representatives of this great denom
ination ever held in the south. Be
tween 1200 and 1500 delegates have
received credentials, and these will
represent a constituency of 1,632,540
members. Within the bounds of the
convention are 16,690 churches, 762
associations and 13,473 preachers. As
many preachers as can possibly do
so attend the annual meeting and
there are a great many lay delegates
and visitors. Among those already
on the field are large delegations
from Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi,
Forida, Virginia, the Carolinas, Ten
nessee. Kentucky, Alabama and
Although tho programme will be
largely confined to action on the re
ports of these three organizations of
thought it was shame tor her to play
ih il ly l livoff.
the church, an important featuro of
the convention will be the selection
of a president to succeed ox-Govern
or Northen, who has declined to nl
low the use of his name as a candl
date for re-election. Tho contest
promises to be a spirited one between
the Baptists of tho east and thoso
of the west of the Mississippi. Tho
former probably will unito on Mon
Joshua Levering of Baltimore, as
their candidate, while the western
men most prominently mentioned
for the honor are ox-Governor J. P
Eagle of Arkansas and Hon. R. C
Bucker of Dallas.
BlXt tor OHIO, CITY P TOLXDO )
Lucia County. t B
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he Is the
senior partner of the firm of F.J. Cheney A Co.,
doing business in tho city of Toledo, county
and state aforesaid, and that said firm will pay
the sum of One Hundred Dollars for each and
every case ot Catarrh that cannotbo cured by
the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure.
Sworn to before me and subscribed in my
.-a. presence this 6th day of December, A.
.. ( D. 1886.
SKAL- j A. W. GLKASON,
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally and
bets directly on the blood and mucous surfaces
of the system. Send for testimonials, freo.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo. Ohio.
Bold by druggists, 76c.
Hall's Family Pills are tho best.
Men Who Make Faces.
Peoria, 111., May 6. The Photo
graphers' Association of Illinois is
holding its fourth annual convention
in Peoria with an attendance of
members from nearly all the leadng
cities of the state. The gathering
was called to order in Odd Fellows'
hall this morning and the visitors
were greted by Mayor Bryan. The
annual address of the president, F,
L. Llsberher, of Qulncy, and the re
ports of other officers and commit
tess ocupied the morning. The
reading and discussion of papers on
various matters relating to tho
photographers' art will occupy the
two remaining days of the gathering,
In connection with the convention
there is a large and elaborate exhib
it of the best specimens of photo
The homlleBt man in Pendleton, as
will as the handsomest, and others,
are invited to call on any druggist
and get free a trial bottle of Kemp's
Balsam for the throat and lungs, a
remedy that is guaranteed to cure and
relievo all chronic and acute coughs,
asthma, bronchitis and consumption.
Price 25c and 50c. For sale by Tall
man & Co., sole agents.
To Discuss Trusts.
Lincoln. Neb.. May 6 There was
a large attendance today at tho
opening of tho annual meeting or tne
Nebraska Press Association. The
sessions are to continue two days.
One of the important matters
scheduled for the meeting Is a dis
cussion of the rulings of tho Post
Office Department as to tho exclu
sions from tho second-claBS rate. The
subjects of "trusts" is also down
Stand Like a Stone Wall.
Between young children and tho
tortures and itching of burning ec
zema, scaldhead and other skin di
seases. How? whv. by using Buck-
Jen's Arnica Salve, earth's greatest
healer. Quickest cure for Ulcers,
Fever Sores, Salt Rheum, Cuts, Burns
of Bruises. Infallible for Piles. 25c
at Tallman & Co'b drug store.
Register before May 15, or you will
not be allowed to vote. It costs noth
Ing to register.
W. C. MINNIS
Kemerer Coal. First Class Wood
Orders Promptly Filled.
Telephone, Bed 401, or call on
W. 0. MINNJB,
OAica Main Street, Just opposite Hans
ford ds Thompson's hardware store.
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.
GOLDEN RULE HOTEL.
Corner Court and Johnson Btreets,
M. F. Kelly, Proprietor.
HEATED BY STEAM.
LIQHTED BY ELECTRICITY.
American Plan, rates $1.25 to 12.00 a day,
European plan, eoc, 76c, 11.00
Bpeclal rates by week or month
Free Bus fleets all Trains.
Commercial Trade Solicited.
Fine Sample Rooms
Special attention given Country Trade
GEO. DARVEAU, Prop.;
Block and ball Irom depot.
Sample Room In connection.
Room Rate 50c, 75c, $1.00
, Uw for uutstural
irritation ur uhemtlouf
uf mil co ii meuilTuiiea
lUlnlt'M. an'l nut d':lu
InuEvtNS Cirv .iCo it or poihiuhus,
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fill, tr :i I'Uttlnt, l.TS.
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Bpeclal ni City. Ht Louis, Chi-1 SW a. M.
6 30 p m cago and Kast.
Atlantic Salt Lake, Denver, Ft.
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8:00 p. m. For Ban Francisco 4 p.m.
except Columbia River
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Doats leave Portland dally, ozcept Sunday,
(stago of water permitting) fur WlllamatU and
Yamhill Hlver points.
4:05 a. m
7 :00 a. m.
Rlparia to Lwiston.
F. F. WAMBLKY, Agent, Pendleton.
Pullman Sleeping Girs,
Elegant Dining Cars,
Tourist Sleeping Cars
f HT. PAUL
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THR0UGII TICKETS TO
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Through tlokots to Japan and China, via
Tacorua and Northern raclflo Btemsnlp Co.
and American lino.
Trains leave I'undleton dally except Bandar
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W. ADAMB, Ageat,
8 B UAI'DKUHKAD, G, I'. A.,
Walla Waits, Wash,
The East Cregonlan Is Eastern Ore
gon' representative paper. It leads,
and the people appreciate It and show
It by their liberal patronage. It Is M
advertising medium of this MeMen.