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Ati'u "Wvw none: uidco,
sr. rnsiciA.N AJju
UTm Ml Ja H.ratti In Masonic Hall.
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. J 'lr Teifnlnne Main 03, resi-
Jione. k 161. J
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snm, in Savings uanh. "'"
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...r.1T X"C Itl.X '
V'i.. nrtR-l one U10CK
T T I I. K il'.li,
dles and diseases of wo-
FlVnotei Pendleton, c
fes" ! Vendleton. Ore,
feY AND FEED
FRJV r.l and Roardlnc. AH .
''!!f.V rimnetent drivers. Op-
!mi Competent drivers.
.Tmdleton! telephone 1C.
,. rrpn AVD f?ALES
111. first class Flncle and double
F.iiSSi.lon 7 Cottonwood
' lu' n rirln Hrnlir. Prop.
rrinrPS T W. AlliHS. n.ur.
M and boarding. The best
Ers la the dfv Alta St., ueiween
ad cottenwoou oia.. .""
FwFFTD TRD, W. T. BOTNTON
r,0. IfctU (n hnrses left
l af5. t?:ti.-.t Phone Red
i softer ,,t-uu ..v...
CABS AND CARRIAGES.
TAB LINE. EUWIN BAKER, PROP.
hhoaeMiin-y St nl in lroui oi rrcui.ii
eernND.HAND DEALERS. I front feet whit? about S. years o d. brauaed Irj-SECONU-rlArMLi
utMU&ns.. iinr. nutilimndnnrichthin. we Cht ftt-out 1.000
r.nr, ,vrn vvf n SKCOND
RGB 0 DAM EL, .W AlvD bKCUftu ,
nd roods boncht and sold. L.ourt ot.,
Chouse block. Call and see him.
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STROBLE, DEALER JN SKCOyiJ
:d foods. If there Is anything you .
I in new or secona nana lurunui i
K sranlte ware and crockery, call and .
Eis prices. No. 212 Court St.
VAVGHAX. DENTIST, OFFICE IN
maxxT nn.v risT office IN AS-
CUTIO.V block, over Schmidt's new
3ANKS AND BROKERS.
1ST XATION.M PNK OF ATHENA.
rewn. Capital, S-'.O.OOO surplus and
(rs JC00O. Interest on time deposits.
lis In foreign rnd domestic exchange,
lotions promny attended to. Henry
Rfisais, president- t J. KlrK, vice-presi-
t. Li. liarne't. casnier : . o. ue-
t. ssslstant cashier. . '
PEXDLFTOS SAVINGS BANK.
adleton. Ores m Organized Mnrch .1,
cepltal, SCioOOO. surplus. S00.000,
k.tst allowed on time deposits. Er-
boneh and sold on nil nrlnclnal
Pts. Special aenMon clven to collec-
f- W J. Furnish, tiresldpnr: J. N.
Tlce-presldent ; T. J. Morris, cashier.
FAItMFRS HANK nt!" WESTON.
jeston, Oregon Does a general banking
Kffllons promnMv nttended to. R.
pon, preshleut: Geo. W. Proehstel.
President J It. ITlIf nro rachlor ill.
I'MS. G A Hariman. M. M. Johns. T. J.
El h A 0row 3 P- Kllgore, Robert
ton. G w Proehstel.
PST JJATI JJCAL HANK OP PENDLE-
l,t -"i'" tiwmu; surplus, im,uuu.
PftB a cenerfit hnnVlmr hnalnnqsi Rt.
f!Lsl8?.d telegraphic transfers sold on
riv, aaP ' ranpIsco, New York and
P"pai points In the northwest Drafts
mt: on rhiDa( Japan and Europe. Makes
pb on ihina, Japan and Euro
l-Ktloss on reasonable terras,
p. preaMepf . p. Matlock.
P C U vn,ie. Cttsijer. H. (
IARCHITECTS AND BUILDERS.
F HOWAnn A nntTTrntTwn a xr ott
Krtotendent, makes complete and rell
wt rns for buildings In the city or
nj. Room 17 Jndd hullillni?.
aEEc x. on, r. rrr
EHtlmntp rnrntnlioH nn otinrf
rf Job work a special tv. Prompt
- ssBop on Bluff street near "Main.
le. &.OT.?ACTOB AND JBUILD-'
usn - " ""uisnea on an Kinas oi
, n be left at the East. Oregonlau
D hlUBA. COUKT STItEET, LA
leal .nnuii E'ectrlclonB, dealers in elec-
II aitnVE . : D01.,s or telephones. Electrl-
Plr KnVv 0,1 .Klti8' Get oor prices,
TOE pJSECSWCAL WORKS. C. F.
ttt. iP' Corner Main and Webb
spur aTJ hM wiring neatly and
Whim Ulve fial. All worK
roj. none ed 403, C. P. Klne,
BtrAIHtf fftAlf I
of menstruation." They
known remedy lor women equals them. Cannot do harm life
becomes a pleasure. $1.00 PJSB BOX BY MAIL Sold
8Y TALLMAN A CO. DRUGGISTS, PENDLETON, OREGON.
ROYAIj NEIGIlBOnS OF AMERICA
Wlltlwood Cnmp, No. 2383, meets second
and fourth Tuesday of each month in Odd
Fellows' hall. Mrs. Ida llolcomb, Oracle:
Mrs. Nc.e Iiobblns, Recorder.
IjIATUXA TENT, NO. 27, K. O. T. M.
Meets lu Secret Society Hall, second
and iourth Tuesdays In each month. All
vlsltlnc Sir Knlchts cordially Incited. J.
S. Kces, Record Keeper; E. D. Estabrook,
I'ENDIiETON' 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 II. Tarkes, Sec.
I'ENDLETON CHAPTER. NO. 2S T. C.
Mcet8 flrBt nml fourth Frlday of cacn
PIONEERS OF THE PACIFIC WIIi-
11am Martin Encampment, No. 1. Meets
cverv Wednesday at Ilendrlck's Hall. Mrs.
L. F. ,nmpkln, Secretary.
DAMON LODGE, NO. 4. KNIGHTS OF
t.yt,!, j. r. N0Wun, c. C. ; R. W
Fletcher. K. of R. S. Meets every Mon
: - -
in Secret Society Hall.
.MUUKIC.N Ur AaililllCA
- . . - . . . . ....... n .
Tnfnllli Pnmn Vn fiSOn. Mfp1a first
and third Mondays of each month at Odd
Fellows' Hall. UcorKe A. tiainimn, uon
: G. A. Rohblns, Clerk.
WOODMEN OF THE WORM) REGULAR
tneotlnss of Pendleton Camp, No. 41. W.
of W are held In Secret Society Hall
everv Saturday evenlne. Vlsltlhc nelcn
arc always welcome. J. P. Walker,
Clerk, .1. P. Earl, C. C.
RESTAURANTS AND CAFES.
GEORGE RESTAUR AKT, PTRICTLT
first class. W. W. Pan?ii'n. Prop. Meal
all hours, noi Main St. Tel. Main Wl.
RUI5P.ER STAMPS OF ALL KINDS SEND
for catalogue. Ferney's Stamp Works,
Walla Walla, Wash.
KELLAR BROTHERS, PLASTERING
and cementlnp. Cement walks a speclal
tv. Estimates furnished free. Work cuar
anteed. Leave orders at Badley & Scan
ner's cigar store. Main St.,. P. O. box 104.
FOR RENT Rooms In the East Oregon
lan btilldlng for rent; steam heated, hot
and cold wnter and bath room.
IN POUND THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED
a lmal hal been taken un by the mnrshal o
the ntvfl Pendleton, to wit: One bald faced
bav horse, wi u white leps up to the kne- and
Ionrds. If said anl'nal is not claimed by the
of U)ose entuled t0 the possession of
, . . Min una nst It nnid
Ri;d lt takell avay within tendajs from the
dite hereof, then at 2 o'clock p. m . of the soih
By 0j jiay 1W2, the said animal will be sold
, tne highest bidder, at puhlic auction, lor
cash, at the Citv pouua, on me rorucr ui
Cottonwood and 'Webb streets, in said city of
renaleton, ine p-oceues ui tu u tum i v
applied to th payment of such costs and es
n!S(:pB nf mklntr sale. Dated this 19th day of
Mar.lfKtt. J. A. Blakley. City Marshal.
NOTICE FOR BIDS FOR PURCHASE OF
The City oi Pendleton, through its Fire an
Water Comraitt e, d-slres to purchase l.tflO feet
of 2 inch cotton fire hose. Ail bids must bo
filed with the fUty Reorder of Pendleton,
Oregon, on or before June loth. 19J2. The right
is reservsd to reject any and all bids.
Dated Mav 16, 1902 ,
'JOHN McOOURT. City Recorder
W. S. BOWMAN, LEADING PHOTOGRA
pher of the city, narvest views, In
dlan photos for sale. Finishing done foi
amateurs. Main St., near bridge. Phon
HIDES, PELTS AND JUNK.
1'OTJ CAN GET TUI! HIGHEST MAR
ket price for your pelts, hides and all
binds of Junk, such as rubber, brass, cop
per, lead, zinc, rass and boules. Iron of
all fcluds n specialty. You can bring In CO
cents worth of rags or ship In $500
worth of hides and will be treated In the
same way. We have come here to stay.
Give us a call and yon will be satisfied. L.
Shank Co., ofllce and warehouse next to
Eastern Hotel, Pendleton, Oregon. Tele
phone. Ittxl liltt
Reitiget atofs !
Ref ttgetatots I
Ref Agetatots !
We handle exclusively in Pen
dleton the Monitor, Mascot and
Lapland Refrigerators manu
factured by.he Ranney Refriger
ator Company of Greenville,
Mich., which are the most ad
vanced. They are REGULAR
ICE SAVERS and cost less to
keep perishable goods in than any
other made. They are con
structed on scientific principles,
made of oak and lined with min
eral wool, which shuts out the
heat. All are highly polished
and convenient and are ornamen
tal as well as useful.
We are making SPECIAL
LOW PRICES on these refriger
ators and can save you money
both on the cost of the refriger
ator and on your ice bill.
FURNITURE, STOVES, ETC.
nil I ft They overcome Weak-
or and banish "pains
are "JjIFJB SA.VJ2I1S'' to girls at
S s ip t:, vWf
"J doii't see h.! ,n the v cvt r p. messed you to marry him?"
vcll. yo sei rnn am, he'd dene bo .gin dp lloeiiFC, nn' It wux a. hnmn to
sec him lost his m n v
r By Henry Winthrop
V CaprrlRht, 1SM12, by the
jj S. S. SIcClnrc Compnny
With an Impatient exclamation .Tack
Clear fired the tightly crumpled letter
at the cat and missed It by several
inches. The cat sunning herself in tl'e
window rose leisurely, stretched her
self and jumped off that ledge Into an
other, out of the range of fire. Then
Gear picked up the communication and,
smoothing out the crumpled sheet, read
again the letter that had caused him so
much anger. It read:
Dear Sir Tour last statement of ac
counts Is most unsatisfactory. I find that
you sold the onions at 50 cents less per
box than the rate quoted In the record,
while the same market report shows me
to be entitled to S7 cents per crate more
than you allowed me on my last shipment
of tomatoes. Unless your statement of
account tallies more closely with the mar
ket report, which possibly you did not
realize I read, I shall ba under the neces
sity of making my next shipment else
where. Very respectfully.
IU. U. r ITIIIAN.
The letter was in a clear, flowing
hand on a paper such as seldom found
Its wav into the commission oillce of
John T. Gear & Co.
Gear regarded it with contempt, and
when he lluall.r laid it down he con
fifio.i m tUa cfit timt m. d. Kithian nrob-
TJIEJT WEltE OUT OS THK tiAKE.
ably 'knew more about polite corre
spondence than lie did about the com
mission business. Then he raised his
voice, and in response a trim little type
writer entered, a notebook in huud.
Gear pulled out the slide of his roll
top desk for her use, and, after lighting
an extra strong cigar, always a sure
sign of trouble about the ofllce, he con
menced to dictate:
"M. O. Fltbian, Itosedale, 111.:
"Dear Sir Your communication of tho
12th Inst., in which you courteously ca.ll
mo a thief, haa Just come to hand, it
you knew anything about actuai bualnena,
you would realize that a difference of 87
cents a crate in the Belling price of tornu
toes is a trivial thing to a twelve dollar a
week reporter who gets up the market
reports. I admire tho discretion wit i
which you convey your insults by moll
Instead of in porson, for If I had you here
1 should be tempted to punch your head
off. Indeed I have half a mind to drop
down to Ilosedale some afternoon and tell
you a few things about yourself in panto
mime. "That will be all," ho suid as the girl
finished the paragraph and looked up,
"and you needn't put 'Yours respect
fully' after It at thuL You might tell
Mr. Saunders that If any more ship
ments como lu from M.-G. FJthlau to
refuse to receipt for them."
That ended tho FJthlau incident, so
for us Gear was concerned, but Saun
ders had the pleasure of turning back
a consignment of produce two weelcs
later, and the incident was forgotten
until one afternoon about a year ufter
ward, when Gear, whose Bister hud
married a Uescdnlo man, was sitting
on the porch of her tiny cottage en
joying his vacation.
"Ted," said his sister (his middle
name, and his stster's faxorlte, was
Theodore), "I want to Introduce you
to Belle Kithlan, a dear child and one
of my most intimate friends."
He took the tiny lmnd into his chnu
sy grasp, and even while the red blood
surged to his face he realized that In
Krlle Fithian he had found his fate
Krom that hour Jack's vacation was
absorbed by Miss Fithian. upon whom
he danced constant attendance. In
the morning she drove him on errands
for his sister. In the afternoon there
were longer drives along shaded conn
try lanes, and in the- evening there
was boating or a straw ride or hop to
bring the pair together.
Thev were out on the lake one even
lug, Jack forcing the boat through the
water with lazy strokes, while the
moon cast an intoxicating Illumination
over the water. They rowed along
close to the bank, and presently Jack
forced the boat's nose against the
beach. Belle had a guitar with her,
and for n time lie leaned lazily against
the edge of the seat while she crooned
soft Creole love songs,
Finally she laid the Instrument aside.
"I'm tired of singing," she said. "Left.
talk a little while."
"Well, if you're bound to shut the
concert off." he said, "there's a ques
tion I would like to ask you. It's been
running through my head for several
days, and I've n sort of lazy curiosity
"vnnt is ti t sue unm.'u.
I "I .vnt to Know If there Is any per
1 sou of the name of M. G. Flthint.
' around hercV"
"Yes," she answered quickly. "Wlij
do you ask?"
"Whv, vou see," he weut ou blludly,
"thero was a chnp dowir this way
about a year ago ihat sent me a rather
nnstv letter about some garden stuff I
' sold for him. He got the idea that I
was trying to swindle him because my
1 statement of account did not quote the
prices that he found in some fool tnur-
' ket report. I came pretty close to
, coming down here aud getting Into a
row with him, but I was busy Just
then and couldn't spare the time."
. She looked afc him, astoiiisluHl. 1
, thought John T. Gear was the name
of the commission mercluiut," she said.
j "Your sister calls you Ted Oh!" as if
light had suddenly dawned.
1 "That's my middle name," he an
swered "John Theodore Gear. Hut
j M. G. isn't any relative of yours, I
He could see her face Hush even In
"I am M. G. Klthlan," she sum colu
ly. "My mother was rather romantic,
and she gave me the name of Mlrabelle
Gwendolyn Kithian. When my fa
ther died and I had to conduct our
farm until my brother came back, I
realized the absurdity of using such a
name in business communications and
employed only my initials, at the samo
time endeavoring to cultivate a man's
baud. And now, Mr. Gear, if you will
kindly row me back to tho landing I
think it would bo best."
"Please don't," ho said Impulsively,
holding out his hand. "Give mo u
chance to explain."
-"1 believe," she returned icily, "that
the explanation was to be made In pan
tomime. Perhaps It would be better
to make haste lest you be tempted to
'knock my head off.' "
For a moment Juck was stunned by
tho unexpectedness of tho revelation,
but he was a man of action mid quickly
"See here, Hello," he said, taking his
place at her side, "I've been all kinds
of a fool, mid I admit it, but It was an
aggravation to me and came during an
Insufferably hot spell, when my nervea
and my temper were ullke on edge.
I've grown to care a great deal for you,
dear, since I came down here. And you
care a Jlttle for nicV Don't let a busl
uess dispute come between us and our
happiness. The only way to get tho
best of u commission dealer Is to mar
ry him. Combine business and love,
and let me marry you now. Then you
can come back to Chicago with me
and see that your brother's account
are properly kept. Won't you say
COUNT 81X AVERAGE WORDS TO THE LINE.
time . 15
Extra lines: .10 cents each a
'Yes dear?" Aha ho looked tenuerij
Into the face tm m-ii to inn.
She did not sa ".-," lt there
cnna a soft so.nul that Was neither
the ripple of the v ) ; ' lnst the boat
nor yet the nnuii in n U.-.H grasses on
the bench, i' U . r nu'd satisfied
VAN DRAN BROS., Props.
The Best Hotel in. Pendleton
mid as good as nay.
Headquarters for Traveling Men.
Commodious Sample Rooms.
Rates $2 per day.
Special rutcs by week or month.
Uveiy nodern Convenience,
Bar and Billiard Room in Connection
Only Three Blocks from Depot.
GOLDEN RULE HOTEL.
Corner Court Rnd Johnson Htreeti,
M. F. Kolly, Proprlotor.
MCATRD UV STEAM.
LIGHTED BY ELECTRICITY
American Wan, rates 11.25 to 12.00 dy,
Karopcan plan, (Oo, 760, 11.00
Special rtc by woek or mouth
Proo Bus fleets all Iralne.
Commercial Trade Solicited.
Flue Sample Roorna
Special attention given Country Trade
GEO. DARVEAU, Prop.;
Block urd ft iiflf M'n !e'ot.
Sum pie Room In a nrettloo,
Room Rate SOc, 75c, $1.00
1 time 200
2 times .....30o
1 week 45o
week; 25 cents a line per month.
AUti) p m
Pntt Iko, DonTor, Ft.
worm. uniHiift. k i
Krti Utty. fit LouH, Chi-
0 a. m,
i'.iS a, m.
Salt Lake, lVnver, Ft.
Worth, omni, Kan
11:10 p. i
K.1A n. m.
Wnlla Walla. Lowlntoit,
I'aul, Duluth, Mllal'
kco, OlilCHfto and Kmt.
Ocean and River Schedule.
Ml tlltig itfttcn subject
For Ban Fruolco
8:00 p. m.
i p, m.
8 p. m.
10 p. m.
To Alotln niul VVuy
ltORti lcuvo 1'ortlntul ilnlly, oxcopt BuniUy.
initLaa at wntur ivcrtn ttlnit) tor w liminetia no
ttmhllt Hlvor polnta.
Snako Hlvor 1 liowMon
17:00 ft. tn.
HlnntU to lxswUtou. Dftllr
4:0!) R. 111.
K. K WAMHMCY, Agent, I'onilloton.
Pullman Sleeping Cars,
Elegr.nt Dining Cam,
Tourist Slipping Cars
to JCWAND KORKH
THROUGH TICKETS TO
and all Hltils East and South
Through UckoU to Juimii ud Chlu, l
Th'oiiik and NarthorU faclUo fltcamtblp Uo,
and American Hue.
Tialm learo t'cndlotoa daily except Bandar
at 70 p. m,
Kor further Information, tlmo cardi, mapa,
and tlciuti, call oa or wrlto W, Adami, 1'on.
dleton, Orcitoii, or A. J). (IHAIILTON,
Third and Mnrrlnon Hta I'ortland, Ore,
For Chicago, St. Paul, St. Louis, Kan
wi City, St. Joe, Omaha, and
All Points East and South
Portland and poind
on the Sound
Leare reudleton, dally oicept Hundayi al
7:Arrivo'i'endloton Monday, Wedneiday and
Arilrl Veutilelon Tueiday, Thuraday Ml
LbAru Walla Walla dally, eait bound 80 pa.
Arrlre Walla Walla dally weit bonnd 10 fib m,
Kor lulormatlon r(fc'dlng rate and acoow
rooditiona, call ou o addrea
9, U, OAl'UKtillKAU, U. t. A. I
wana yyaua, nam.
Farmers Custom lYlill
Pred Waiter, Proprietor
0Vclty, 1W barrel! a .lay.
jrloui exohangbd for wheat, vs
jf-)our, Mill fid, OLopjeji letiiw., iwT
an band, :'. t