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Business CaJs and Societies
COUNT 3IX AVERAGE WORDS TO THE LINE.
PROFESSIONS AND TRADES ALPHABETICALLY ARRRANGED.
-TrDLK. OFFICES IK JTJDD
fH''J!??'m Telephone, 7".
fcylMf Vrects Vye troubles, cntnr-
I.i fiuaitl aV. j rnfrnetlve er-
feSkfci B vfnl.ank. Telephone 30 ;
1 n r TV. HOMEOPATH
IC &nanV Surgeon. Office In
If residence, blncU -4.
Jffi P foom 2o Judd building.
72. Residence Phone Ilea ad.
-TTTT-nU'Ii. ROOM 17 ASSOCIA
n. J. m 1 .,- xtnln 03: real-
fttlehone, black 101.
it M HU.MJA'.ikou.i. -
I o .i.niu mo. pnr. noso
ffieomc?' in Savings' Bank build-
.iTi,,f PHYSICIANS. . Dns..
m i Keyes. Office one block west
... . nr rtinnuin
Nervous diseases and disease of wo-
Main StB.; rcndleton, Ore. Phone
EERY AND FEED STABLES.
lEMCAL STABLES. G. W. fOOME
pop nntl,nt. flrlvnrs. Od-
B8 01 XUruuuio. . v.i. - ----
t Hotel Pendleton, telephone 10.
f'Ui Ijl Till A i .....v - -
ables. rirst class Blncje and double
.11 n.natnna. fi27 CottOnWOOd
Fhone Mftln 79. Ulvln Craig, Prop.
0TAnr.PS. T W. ATERS. l'ltUI".
Ilrery, feed and boarding. The best
fcoms in the city. i Dl-',cr
i and Cottonwood sib., i-rone mam iu.
feGOX PEED YARD. W. T. BOTNTON
top. Special care Riven to norses leic
me. Lower euD Bireei. muut
CABS AND CARRIAGES.
pah t.tvp rim'TN HAimi? PlinP.
itnlione Main -9 Stand in front of French
(ROE O'DANIEL, NEW AND SECOND
nd (roods bought nnd sold. Court St.,
house block. Call and see mm.
ISTilOIlLE, DEALER IN SECOND
lad goods. If there Is anything you
in now or second nana rnrniture.
h. gvnnlte ware and crockery, call and
ill prices. No. 'J12 Court St.
I VAITGHAN. DENTIST. OFFICE IN
MANN. DENTIST. OFriCE IN AS-
peiATION block, over Schmidt's new
BANKS AND BROKERS.
FT NATIONAL BANK OF ATHENA.
man. Canital. SMl.OOn snrnlns nnd
Its, $0000. Interest on time deposits.
s in roreign and domestic exchange,
actions nromntlv ntteniloil tn. Henry
Idam?, president T. 3. Kirk, vlce-presl-
; a. ii. iiarnntt, casmer; v. h. Lie-
PP'nr.T."rrv sivimho tiatjtt.
! rnnlfnt e'.i, nnA .... enn non
fat allowel on time deposits. Ex-
P hmftlit r. .1 .1 l.i 1 1 n.lnAlnol
Ea- ".'"hti. uuu null UU Ull l IU1.II-.
! Special attention given to collec-
. j I'urnisn, presioent; J. sx.
, Tice-presldcnt ; T. J. Morris, cashier.
P A T?ft-Tlo, ti . i-r t- m ntnamnw
Mton, Oregon. Does a general banking
N4 T 1. i . . - 1 J
L7T' ooukui una num.
. ,..u,ui,lij uiicuueu LU. il.
president ; J. R. Kllgore. cashier: dt-r-0.
A. Hartman, M. M. Johns, T. 3.
ii. uraw, j. j-. Kllgore, ODert
M, G. W. Proebstel.
jST NATIONAL BANK OF PENDLE-
KI. I1flnltat 9 n trt . . .n r n
fiwuui Buryius, ua,uuv.
1CU a Cenernl ImnHni. l.nalnooa Kr.
tf! ?.d -cleKranhtc transfers sold on
. tranclsco, New York and
EPr- IS!?1 ln "'e northwest Drafts
- Mima, japan and Europe. Makes
HODS OD rmUnnnhU lonna T.avI In.
(.president: W. F. Matlock, vlce-pres-V,.i:..B--Wade'
cashier; H. C. Quern-
PCHITECTS AND BUILDERS.
HfllPinn . . .i. . . . nn
fcrlnt.nj V'w' ""IIIXKUX AINU BU-
f BUn. 51' akw complete and rell-
ktft t r "imaings m tne city or
Fajioora 17 Judd bnllding.
dL4 CSX!l: CONTRACTORS AND
jailmates furnished on short
orK a specialty. Prompt
u uiun; street near Main
. l! A V r.. . : . '
&tlm. V A-'TOR AND BUILD
rnrT turnlshed on all kinds of
kn (.tiu .r"'?8'. Btone vnm, etc.
C tan be eft at the East Oregonlau
Pbl"k8Pi ??lJUT STREET, LA
F mnliM. E'fctrlclan. dealers In elec-
ftVi .hV. Kit, UBeH' "tores, wired for
btwi of , lB, ,or telephones. Electrl-
kHf . 01 all kinds. nr nn, kMm.
KlV ... -
VCTFMCAL W0RKS c F
Bouii .SrSe.r. Maln Webb
Ptlf ! "nd bell wirlne neatly and
'Ni PhV18. tr,nl- A" work
Phone Red 403, C. P. Klne.
!t.Pricaf??JTB HIGHEST MAR-
"iof lank JXr Wd- Bd..H
SB4 irS,iSS bottles. Jroa of
w fth o? 7' I0U wIbk ka.fiO
f hide. nWB?,. or h,P 300
1 . W.'W " be treated U the
11 e cota here to Uy.
1 Si. endle'Q. Oregon. Tele-
ROYAL NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA
m niiwoou uomp, no. za.w, meets second
and fourth Tuesday of each month in Odd
Fellows' hall. Mrs. Ida Ilolcomb, Oracle:
Mrs. Nc...c Robblns, Recorder.
UIATIl.LA TENT, NO. 27, K. O. T. M.
Meets In Secret Society Hall, second
and lourth Tuesdays In each month. All
visiting Sir Knights cordially invited. J.
S. Kecs, Record Keeper; E. D. Estabrook,
PENDLETON LODGE, NO. C2, 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 CHAPTER, NO. 28 T. C.
Taylor. II. P.. F. F. 'VYamslev. Secretary.
Meets first and fourth Friday of each
montn in Aiasonic iian.
PIONEERS OF THE PACIFIC WIL
Itam Mnrtln Encampment, No. 1. Meets
every Wednesday at Ilcndrlck's Hall. Mrs.
u. i ampkin, secretary.
DAMON LODGE, NO. 4. KNIGHTS OF
l'ytblas. . J. jj Nowlln. C. C. ; It. W.
Fletcher. K. of U. u: S. Meets every Mon
day in Secret Society Hall.
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA
Tutullla Camp, No. C390. Meets first
and third Mondays of each month at Odd
Fellows' Hnll. George A. Hamblln, Con
sul ; G. A. Robblns, Clerk.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD REGULAR
meetings of Pendleton Cnmp, No. 41, W.
of W., are held In Secret Society Hall
every Saturday evening. Visiting neigh
bors are always welcome. J. P. Walker,
Clerk, 3. P. Earl, C. C.
RESTAURANTS AND CAFES.
ST. GEORGE RESTAURANT, PTRICTLY
first class. W. W. Pangij'n. Prop. Meat'
all hours. fiOl Main St. Tel. Vain lOtii.
RUBBER STAMPS OF ALL KINDS SEND
for catalogue. Ferney's Stamp Works,
Walla Walln, Wash.
KELLAR BROTHERS, PLASTERING
and cementing. Cement walks a special
ty. Estimates furnished free. Work guar
anteed. Leave orders at Badley & Zah
ner's cigar store. Main St.,. P. O. box 104.
FOR RENT Rooms in the East Oregon
Ian building for rent; steam heated, hot
and cold water and bath room.
BABBITT METAL, BEST IN THE
world, In bars. Price $1 per bar, at the
East Orcgonlan office.
IN POUND THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED
animal hai be'-n taken un by the marshal of
tho t ity of Pendleton, to wit: One bald faced
bay horse, wi.h white lops up to tho kne and
front feet white, about & years old. branded fry
ing pan brand on right hip, weight about 1,000
pounds. If said anlmnl is not claimed by tho
owners or those entitled to the possession of
It, costs and eprnFCS against ft paid
and it taken away within ten days from the
date hereof, then at 2 o'clock p.m. of thocOth
day of Mav. 190:, the said animal will be sold
to the highest bidder, at public auction, for
cash, at the city pound, on the corner of
Cottonwood and Webb streets, in said city of
Pendleton, the procedes of su 'h calo to 1 e
applied to thu payment of such costs and ex
penses of making sale. Dated this 19th day of
May, 1902. J. A. Blakloy, City Marshal.
NOTICE FOR BIDS FOR PURCHASE OF
The City of Pendleton, through its Fire and
Water Commltti'e, desires to purchase 1,000 feet
of 21 Inch cotton fire hose. All bids must be
filed with tho nity Recorder of Pendleton.
Oregon, on or before June 10th, 1902. The right
is reserved to reject any and all bids.
Dated Slay 16. W02.
JOHN MoOOURT. City Recorder
W. S. BOWMAN, LEADING PHOTOGRA
pher of the city. Harvest views, In
dian photos for sale. Finishing done for
amateurs. Main St., near bridge. Phone
Standard remedy for Gleet,
Gonorrhoea and Runnings r uiny
iM ir HniiRc; r,iri8 Kid- inliui I
ney' and Bladder Troubles.
Gray's Harbor Com. Co.
A. C. SHAW & CO.
Being one of the largest man
ufacturing plants on Puget
sound are able to sell you
lumber cheaper than anyone
else. New lumber coming in
every day. They also make
all kinds of boxes, including
Apple, Pear, Peach, Cherry,
and Plumb and berry crates,
and are prepared to make you
prices either in small lots or
BY THE CAR LOAD
Always Good Always the Same I
Pride of Umatilla
Beat Ten Cent Cigars Made
Clear Havana. Two for 25 Centa.
THE PEMDLETOM CIGIR FACTORY
mp' WvW Frra Witi
Sil 1 llililKIMi1
II in iilPlmM
ri M wmn
VC I Lli HAVE to.
'V3i.-dy Muchinoiinf-lgh's engagement Is nunuimced. Her father always said
lie wou'd never concent t. htr mairiagc unless iho would conlinuo to live at
"Well, sili' is Koine to mnrry a uoet, I understand."
NEARLY J000 HEAD DEAD
AT PEARSON CREEK.
Freshly Sheared Bands Were Caught
in a Snow Storm, Bunched Togeth
er for Warmth, Refused to Move
Until They Were Smothered to
Word has just reached Pendleton
to the effect that many head of sheep
perished In the mountains south of
Pendleton In a snow storm a few
It will lie remembered that In the
valley It rained incessantly for two
or three days during the first of last
week and in the hills, instead of it
heinir rain, snow fell to the depth of
12 or 14 inches in some places. Many
bands of sheep which were being
taken across the divide to the sum
mer range were caught in this snow
Beinir freshly sheared they could
tint. stand the sudden cold and
change from the valley, where
it was warm, ana large
hunches cuddled together, the herd
ers not being able to get them to
move until they perished.
The largest loss yet reported is
from the bands of Art P. and F. S.
Warner. These sheep, although hav-Inc-
been sheared more than a week,
were being taken across the divide
and wUen near the head of Pearson
creek the snow began to fall and they
were caught without shelter. Over
400 ewes and nearly 100 lambs are
said to have perished.
In addition to the Warner brothers'
loss, smaller losses are reported from
other bands and all told, it is thought
that not less than 1000 head died
outright. Many others suffered and
It took hard work to save them.
Erroneously 'ihinks by Scouring Her
Scalp that She Cures Dandruff.
Cleanly woman has an erroneous
idea that by scouring the scalp
which removes the dandruff scales
she is curing dandruff. She may
wash her scalp every day and yet
have dandruff her life long. The
only way in tho world to cure dan
druff is to kill the dandruff germ,
and there Is no hair preparation that
will do that but Newbro's Herplcide.
Herpicide killing the dandruff germ,
leaves the hair free to grow as
healthy Nature intended. Destroy
the cause, you remove the effect.
Kill the dandruff germ with Herpi
cide. WESTON NEWS.
James Shanks, Aged 8 Years, Dies of
Pleurisy Personal Notes,
"Weston, May 26. James, the little
8-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Shanks, of Weston Mountain, died
early yesterday morning of pleurisy.
The funeral services were conducted
by Charles W. Hoag, pastor of the
Methodist church of Weston, at 11
o'clock a. m., today. The Interment
was in the Weston cemetery.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Purdy, of
Portland, are spending a few days
visiting relatives and friends In Wes
ton. Mr. and Mrs. James Klrkpatrlck
Lewis Proebstel and Miss Pearl Will
who attended the session of the
grand lodge of Odd Fellows at Now
port last week, returned home Sat
Robert Jamieson and his son Will
spent Sunday with Mrs. Jamieson, at
Walla Walla, where she Is taking
treatment at Dr. Cropp's hospital.
M. J. Carney, republican nomlneu
for sheriff, spent Saturday and Sun
day in Weston.
Rev. Walter Payne, pastor of tho
United Brethren church, baptized sev
eral persons in Pine creek yesterday
Helix, May 27. The democrats vis
ited Helix Saturday. The democrat
ic speaking here on Saturday was
well attended. The candidates here
were Dr. Smith, Dr. Hendorson
Chas. Marsh. Till Taylor, C. P.
Strain, W. D. Chamberlain and W.
A number of Hellxites attended tho
dance at the German hall Saturday
Mrs. J. H. King returned from
Ritzville Saturday. She has been
visiting relatives and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Pete Sonea drove to
Walla Walla Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Davis, of Milton, are
visiting their daughter, Mrs. Irvln
Mrs. Rush was a Pendleton visitor
Mrs. G. W. Knight made a business
trip to Pendleton Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Farley, from near
Pendleton, spent Sunday in Helix.
Clarence Whitman and Arthur
Shlck passed through Helix Sunday
on their way to Athena.
D. B. Richardson's father Joined
his wife and daughter here Monday
evening, where they will remain for
the month, returning to Canada by
way of Portland and Michigan, where
they will stop to visit relatives. They
feel highly Impressed with Oregon.
T. D. Smith has built an addition
to his place of business, size 24x30.
Born, to the wife of Ben Lealand,
on Tuesday last, a daughter, weight
Claude Hanscom and Miss Myrtle
Hanscom were Helix visitors Sunday.
The Week's Weather.
Through Lie courtesy of Volun
tary Weather Observer Hilton, tho
East Oregonian Is 'enabled to give
tho weather conditions of the week
past' which follows:
Maximum temperature Sunday,
42; Monday, 43; Tuesday, 47; Wed
nesday, 63; Thursday, 73; Friday, 7S;
Saturday, 78; average, 65,7,
Minimum temperature Sunday
60: Monday. J: Tuesday. 47: Wed
nesday, 47; Thursday, CI; Friday,
B4: Saturday. 44: average. 40.4,
Rainfall Monday, .08; Tuesday,
,23; Wednesday, .25; total, .70,
Sunday, Monday, Tuesday and
Wednesday were cloudy and Thurs
day, Friday and Saturday were
Prevailing wind Sunday, Monday,
Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Sat
urday the wind blew from the west
and Wednesday Jt was from the
Improvements at Hot Lake.
Dr. G. W. Tape, proprietor of tho
famous resort at Hot Lake, was In
town yesterday. Dr. Tape says that
he has a large crew of men at work
enlarging the lake to three times Its
present size and is putting In a hot
water fountain, building a barn and
otherwise Improving the resort. He
1b also arranging to have a new hotel
1 tlm 15o
2 timet 20c
1 week .30o
Extra lines: .10 cents each a
oroctt'd for tho nrcununodatlon of
tho people who visit tho lake, tho
present building being entirely Inad
equate to hold those who go to this
lnlte for tW medical properties tho
water contains. Work will commence
on tho new hotel this summer.
VAN DRAN BROS., Props.
The Best Hotel in Pendleton
and as good as any.
Headquarters for Traveling Hen.
Commodious Sample Rooms.
Rates $2 pet day.
Special rates by week or month.
Excellent Cuisine, '
Every flodern Convenience,
Bar and Billiard Room in Connection
Only Three Blocks from Depot.
GOLDEN RULE HOTEL.
Cornor Court and Johnson Strcutt,
M. F. Kolly, Proprietor.
HEATED BY STEAM.
LIQrlTEO BY ELECTRICITY
American Plan, raloi l.2o to fi.OO a day.
European plan, 60c, 7(0, 11.00
Special rate) by week or month
Pree Bui fleets all Trains.
Commercial Trade Solicited.
Pine Sample Rooms
Special attention given Country Trade
QEO. DARVEAU, Prep.;
Block ar.d a ball from depot.
Sasaple Room In ronnertlon.
Room Rate 50c, 75ci M
1 time 209
2 times 30o
1 week 45o
week; 25 cents a Una per month.
5:30 p m
Bait Lake, Donver, Ft.
worm, omana, Kan-
no uiiy. t louii, uni
(s:l.S a. m,
I.ako, DeuTer, Ft.
nurwi, winmi. t un
til City, Pt. Ixmli, Chi
11:10 p. i
cago and Kail.
(US a. m.
Wnlla Walla, Uwliton,
man, Mlnncapolln, Ht.
3 20 p. m.
ram, uuiuin, ainwau.
koo, Chicago and Kait.
Ocean and River Schedule.
All Ailing date lubjcct
For Htui Francisco
Ball tivory 6 dayi,
8 :( p. ra,
I p. ui.
8 p. in.
Ba turd ay
10 p. w.
To Aitorta and Way
lloat leiivu Portland dally, except Runday,
(ntagool water permitting) lor Willamette and
Yamhill ltiver points.
4:05 a. m
Illparla to Lowliton,
K. F WAMHI.KY, Agent, Pendleton.
Pullman Sleeping Cars,
Elegr.nt Dining Cars,
Tourist Sleeping Cars
f HT. PAW,
FA 110 O
THROUGH TICKETS TO
and ull points Eaat and tioutb
Through ticket! to Japan and China, Tla
Tacoma and Northern Pacific Steamihlp Co,
and American line.
Tralni leayo Pendleton dally except Sunday
at 7:00 p. tn.
For further information, time cardi, map,
and tlckeu, call ou or write W. Adami, Pen.
dleton, Oregon, or A. D, CHAULTON,
Third and Morrlaon Bti Portland, Ore,
For Chicago, Bt. Paul, St. Louis, Kan.
Baa City, Bt. Joe, Omaha, and
All Points East and South
Portlaad ! polata
oa the Sound
Leare Pendleton, dally except Ssndeyi t
Arrive Pendleton Monday, Wednesday sad
Arrive Pendleton Tneiday, Thursday
fatnrday 106 am j
Leave Walla Walla daily, east bound SM0
Arrive Walls Walls dally west beand 16 1
For Information recardlnc rates sad
modsuoas, call on ot Mores . , .
a, b. oaldkkhkad, a. y. a.,
Walls Walla. Wash,
Farmers Citom, Mill ,
Frial Walters, Preritrf ?
Capacity, IM barrel a day,
flour exchanged lr wIjmi, t