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PROFESSIONS AND TRADES -ALPHABETICALLY ARRRANGED.
OFFICE IN JUDD
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Office one blqpk west
Keyes & Jvcyes.
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Itoom 14 Association uiutn.
Office In Association diock.
r. BOYD, ATTORNEY AT'TjAW,
R- REEDEll, ATTUKBiii -
. . i nun mn TUT TTTT1T".
VI-S A. FlilS. IjAIV Uttn.u hi oui-'"
at Law. Mr. Stlllmnn hns Deen aamitteu
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practice In Unltea States pnvent
fl makes n specialty or l-nieni luw.
Pntpnt Law. '
in 11 to nnd 15 AaanMflttnn nlock.
CABS AND CARRIAGES.
A. VATTOHAN. DENTIST, OFFIUH 1
a mivm tmum'piht nirpirifl IN AS
SOCIATION block, over Schmidt's new
ARCHITECTS AND BUILDERS.
F. ITOWARD. ABCHITECT AND SU-
nolnAHfln mnlrofl PATYlTllPTR RTin mil
builders. Estimates furnished on short
. MAT, CONTRACTOR AND BUILD-
er. Kstimates rurnisnea on an kidob oi
RRiiTirv. rKiuuni wui rva . oiuui: n ixiidi via.
I IVCRV ANn PPPD STABLES.
nmiClIJTfl U'I'a lfl.U 12. J II If! II I !1 Hi
Prop. Livery, Feed and Boarding. All
LWcry, feed nnd boarding. The Dest
. I II . I Hi. C3L 1i.in.nMI
runt rn in Tilt. I uv. ana du. iretnccu
nin ftnn rnTTnnwnnn niR.. rruuB niuiu iu.
Stables. First class single ana aouoie
Prop. Special care given to horses left
"Ith me. Lower Webb Street. Phone uea
QEORGE O'DANIEL, NEW AND SECOND
band goods bought and sold. Court St,
Opera bouse block. Call and see him.
T. RTRORLE. DEALER IN SECOND
hand coods. If there Is anything yon
wd In new or second hand furniture,
tores, granite ware and crockery, call and
i nis prices. No. 212 court Ht.
MAPLE BROS.. COURT STREET, LA
. Dow block. Electricians, dealers In eleo
tflcal suplles. nouses, stores, wired for
wine ngnts, bens or telepnones. isieciri
1 fixtures of all kinds. Get our price
jpalr work a specialty.
OREGON ELECTRICAL WORKS. C. F.
wreets. House and bell wiring neatly and
Promptly done. Give n a trial. All work
JMranteed. Phone Red 403, C. vT Klne,
HIDES, PELTS AND JUNK.
uu CAN GET THE HIGHEST MAR
wt price for your pelt, hide and all
was of junk, such as rubber, brass, cop
SmiT' tlne nB nl boitlea. Iron of
Hit.; fl "Pec'altJ. Yoh caa brte la 60
dQtt worth iT. aun
orth of hides and will b treaUd.ln the
.J; we nave come Here to stay.
S!".M a call and inn will ha uIUHmI L.
l!uuLu S0i' .oBc Bfl warehoaae Best to
leal BK Oea-
Au-A'? MB KABT OSMONIAN
Ulai.1" a DunaiM et newsaaaaw. c
iioyaii neighbors op America
Wlidwood Camp, No. 2S33, meets second
nnd fourth Tuesday of each month In Odd
Fellows' liall. Mrs. Ida llolcomb, Oracle;
Mrs. Nci..o Kobblns, Itccorder.
LjIATILtiA TENT, NO. 27, K. 0. T. M.
Meets In Secret Society Halt, second
nnd t'onrth Tuesdays In each' month. All
visiting Sir Knights cordially Invited. 3.
S. Kees, Record Keeper; E. D. Estnbrook,
rENDLETON LODGE. NO. 52. A. P. and
A. M., meets first nnd third Mondays of
each mouth, .visiting brethren welcome.
T. J. Tweedy, W. M., Joe H. Parkes, Sec.
PENDLETON CHAPTER, NO. 28 T. C
Tavlor. H. P.. P. P. Wamsley. Secretary
Meets flrst and fourth Friday of each
month in Masonic Hall.
PIONEERS OF THE PACIFIC WIL
llnm Martin Encampment, No. 1. Meets
every Wednesday at Hendrlck's Hall. Mrs.
L. P. uanipkln, Secretary.
DAMON LODGE. NO. 4. KNIQnTS OF
Pvthlnn. J. l: Nowlln. C. C. : R. W.
Fletcher, K. of R. u S. Meets every Mon
day In Secret Society Hall.
ArnnRRW WOODMEN OF AMERICA
Tutuilla Camp. No. C309. Meets first
and third Mondays of each month at Odd
Fellows' Hall. - George a. liamoiin, con
sul; G. A. Robblns, Clerk.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD REGULAR
meetings of Fendleton Camp, No. 41, W.
of W., are held In Secret Society Hall
every' Saturday evening. Visiting neigh
bors are alwnys welcome. J. P. Walker,
Clerk, J. P. Earl, C. C.
BANKS AND BROKERS.
FIRST NATIONAL RANK OF ATnENA,
Oregon. Capltnl, $50,000 surplus and
profits, $0000. interest on Time deposits.
RaiiIb In foreiim nnd domestic exchange.
Collections promptly attended to. Henry
n. Aflnmn. nresldent; T. J. Kirk, vlce-presl
dent: E. L. Harnett, cashier; F. S. Le-
Grow, assistant cashier.
ppnillflton. Orecon. Orcnnlzed March
1889; capital, ?50,000, surplus, $90,000,
Intoront nltnwort on time deposits. El'
change bought and sold on nil principal
points. Special attention given to coiicc-
.1. Furnish, nresldent: J. N.
l.CU(i 1 loiuihi- t w
jhe FARMERS' HANK. Ul'' WBSi'un,
Weston, Oregon. Does a general DanKing
Exchange Dongnt ana soia.
promptly attendees to. ji.
Jameson, president; Geo. W. Proebstel,
vice nresldent; J. R. Kllgore, cashier: di
rectors, G. A. Hartman, M. M. Johns, T. J.
Price, G. D. Graw, J. F. Kllgore, Robert
Jameson, G. TV. Proebstel.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF PENDLE
ton. Capital $70,000 : surplus, $95,000.
Transacts a general banking business. Ex
change and telegraphic transfers sold on
principal points In the northwest. Drafts
drawn on China, Japan and Europe. Makes
It it nn ...nnnnl.ln flm T.Ovl All
keny, president; TV. F. Matlock, vlce-pres-
sey, assistant cashier.
W. S. BOWMAN, LEADING PHOTOGRA-
nher of the- city. Harvest views, In
dian photos for sale. Finishing done for
amateurs. Main Bt, near bridge, rnone
RUBBER STAMPS OP ALL KINDS 8END
for catnloirue. Ferney's Btamp worns,
Walla Walla, Wash.
EMPLOYMENT BUREAU IF YOU ARB
hop.. In it a nosltlon. or need help, call on
or address J. C. Spoonamore, 220 Court St,
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WANTED ADVERTISRS TO MAKE USB
of these classified columns. If you have
Bometu.ne: you have no use ror. oner to
traae it ror sometmntr tuat some otner
body may have ana Dave no use ror, some-
tuing tnat you may neea in your nusincss.
You may have an extra horse that you
may wish to traae ror 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
KELLAR BROTHERS, PLASTERING
and cementing. Cement walks a special
ty. Estimates furnished free. Work guar
anteed. Leave orders at uadiey & zah
ner's cigar store. Main Bt,. P. O. box 104
NOTICB TO CONTRACTORS.
Notice is horobv elven that bids will be re
ccived by tho County Clerk 01 Umatilla county,
Oregon, on or before 10 o'clock, A . M., July Mb,
1902, for repairs to circuit court room of the
county court house, la accordance with plan
ana specincaiions preparea oy 1. t . nowsra
architect, and on file at county clerk's offlc.'
A deposit 01 n vo per cent 01 1 he amount 01 tne
bid will be required of each bidder, to be for-
leitea to umaiiua county 11 tne successful
bidder mils to enter into contract-as required
bv the county court of said county.
The court reserves the right to reject any and
By order of County Court.
W. D. CHAMBERLAIN, Clerk.
NOTICB.-BIDS FOR WOOD FOR DMA
Notice Is hereby given that bids will be re
onlrort hv the Oountv Clerk of Umatilla county
up to 12 o'clock, M , on Ju'y 6th, 1D2, for fur-
nlihtng IjU corai 01 souna lour 1001 nr wooa,
cut from sreen timber; 90 cords to be delivered
t the county court bouse, and 40 cerds to be
delivered at the county hospital; said wood to
be delivered on or before November lit, 1902.
The Court reiervei the rlsht to reject any and
By order of the County Court.
7 W. D. CHAMBERLAIN. Clerk
Farmers Custom Mill
Fred Walters, Prcff rietor
Capacity 160 barrels a day
Flour exchanged for wheat
Flour, Mill Feed, Chopped Feed ,e.t
always oa hand.
Poor Buster looks as gloomy ns If he were going to commit suicide."
Well. I don't know as you'd call It exactly that, llo s going to try his licv
'rship this afternoon."
GOMMERGE - TRADE
PRICE OF SPRING CHICKENS
HAS "GONE DOWN.
Too Many Have Been Rushed Into
the Market General Fruits Are
Now Appearing on the Market
New Tomatoes and Peaches Have
With the exception of spring chick
ens there has been no change in the
local market for the past week. One
week ago the young and tender frys
were retailing at $3.50 per dozen and
today they are quoted at ?2.50 and ?3
This shows a change of $1 in the doz
en and is caused by the supply being
as great as the demand.
A great many farmers bavo been
bringing the product o their henner
ies to town and disposing of tnem
for Groceries and cash and conse-
auentlv the markets have been rush
ed" a little to the cutting of price
on fowls. When young chickens are
selling at $3 and upwards per dozen
and it takes from two to four to make
any small family a meal, it is some
what Hit eatintr cold dust, but at
$2.50 a dozen people will eat more
Other staple articles, such as sug
ar. coffee, teas, salt and canned
coods remain the same. All have a
strong tendency with no change ex
nected for some time to come.
RVuMs nrp. now anDearing on the
market in more varieties. The straw
berry crop Is becoming depleted and
it -will take only a few more weeks
to take them off the market entirely.
They are selling at three boxes for
Apricots were about the next fruit
- Thev have been in the
market for a week and next came
cherries. This fruit has just made
its appearance and selling at 10 cents
per box, or three for 25 cents,-
New tomatoes are aiso on me mar
ket. They are quoted at zu cento a
Peaches have also maae ineir ap
pearance for tne nrst ume uuu .
quoted at 15 cents a pound.
The products sold irom tne uutcu-
XI . H n i-1 tr
bt Bliops remain uie oama uuu
Local Market Prices.
The following shows tho
paid on the local market:
Strawberries, 8l-3c per oox.
Parsnips, 75c per Back. .
Cabbage, 4c per pound.
Cheese, per pound, 20c.
Onions, per cwt, $1.50 to ?2.
Green onions, 2Cc. doz.
Beets, per lb, lc.
New Potatoes 4c per pound.
Potatoes, per cwt, $1.50 to $1.75.
Garlic1 12 c per lb.
Pendleton Live Stock and Poultry.
Chickens, hens, per doz., $3.50$4.
Roosters, $3.50 04.
Turkeys, per lb., 10c.
Geese, per doz., $9.
Spring chickens, per doz., $2.50 and
Ducks, per doz., $3.75,
PigednB, per doz., $1.50.
Eggs, 15c In trade.
Butter, 25c"and 60c per roll.
Choice Beef Cattle, Etc
Cows, per hundred, $3.10.
Hogs, live, 5c.
Hogs, dressed, 6c.
" Calves, dressed, 708c.
Pendleton Retail Grocery Prices.
Sugar Cane granulated, beet,
$5.25 per sack; do., 16 lbs, $1.
Coffee Mocha and Java, beet, 40c
per lb; next grade, 86c per lb., lower
grades coffee, 25c to 15c per lb;
package coffee, 16c lb.
Rice Best head rice, 12 c per lb;
next grade, 6 l-3c per lb.
Salt Coarse, 80c per 100; table
$2.20 per 100.
Flour, B. B. $3.25 per bbl.
Flour, Walter's $3.26 per bbl.
Wheat in Portland.
Portland, June 19. The Commer
cial Review- in its issue today, says
of the wheat .market:
With little demand for wheat and
weaker cables, declining prices In
Put ope, values on .spot here are not
very firm and would-be sellers find
the situation extremely unsatisfactory
and more than ever agalast them.-
Business is running very light nnd in
the absence of important transac
tions, it is quite difficult to say just
what the selling price Is; 65 to 06
cents per bushel for club would be
cons'ldcred extreme by oxportors, GGo
for valley and G7c for bluestem. Of
forings of Walla Walla club have
been small, while valley wheat
oven scarcer. However, the stock of
fering has no effect as regards values
for shippers will only work business
when sellers are willing to meet tho
market. As holders find no comfort
in Quotations they aro slow Bollors
and as abovo intimated, trading is of
very small proportions. Receip'.s
and shipments were light . and tho
final clearance of one vessel now In
the river loading wheat and flour will
,wiud up tho grain season of 1901-2.
In referenco to crop prospects com
pared with a year ago, tho same is
a few weeks backward. Tho outlook
is quite favorablo for a largo crop.
Some loss will bo noted in tho fall
sown grain that had to bo resccded,
and it is doubtful whether tho ylolds
will turn out as largo as the two pre
Wheat In San Francisco.
hardly anything doing on export ac-
count, shippers having no special
needs taJUl, nnd for some time bust.
ncss lias ueon connnea largely to
millers' operations Sailings so far
this month have been very light. It
is doubtful whether much will bo ac
complished in the shipping of grain
of any kind. Crop conditions show
no change as from that previously re
ported. Quotations aro for No. 10
shipping, $1.10 per cental; milling,
$1.11 and $1.13.
Chicago, Juno 19. Cattle Mar
ket slow, steady; good to prime
steers, $7.507.90, poor to medium,
$57.40; stockors and feeders,
G.25; cows, $1.40(aG.G0; holfors,
$2.25G.2G; canners,. $1.4002.40;
bulls, $2.G05.G0; calves, $2.G0C;
Texas-fed steers, $4C.C0.
Hogs Markets teady, weak; mix
ed and butchers, $737.40; good to
choice heavy, $7.357.52; rough
heavy, $7.10Q7.30; light, $C.907.25;
bulk of sr.les, $7.107.3G.
Sheep Market, sheep steady,
lambs, higher; good to ctioico weth
ers, $4.755; fair to choice mixed,
$404.75: Western sheep, $4.5004.95;
native lambs, $5.50C90; Western
lambs, $5.50 07.15; spring lambs,
Skins, Hides, Pelts.
- Portland, Juno 19. Sheepskins
Shearlings, 15020c; Bhort wool, 25
35c; medium wool, 30 0 60c; long
wool, 6Oc0$l each.
Hides Dry hides, No, 1, 16 pounds
and up, 1515v2C per pound; dry. kip,
No. 1, 5 to 15 pounds, 12c; dry calf,
No. 1, under I" pounds, 10c; dry salt
ed bulls and stags, one-third' loss than
dry flint; salted hides, steers, sound,
CO pounds and ovor, 89c; 50 to 60
ppunds, 7 08c; under 50 poundB
and cows, 7c; stags and bulls, sound,
505'c; kip, sound, 15 to 20 pounds,
7c; veal, sound, 10 to 14 pounds, 7c;
calfj sound, under 10 pounds, 8c;
green, (unsalted), lc per pound less;
culls, lc per pound less; horse hides,
salted, each, $1.5002; dry, each, $10
1.50; colts' hides, each, 250 60c; goat
sklnB, common, each, 10016c; Ango
ra, with wool on, each, 25c0$l.
Pelts Bear sklna as to bIzo, No. 1,
each, $5020; cubs, $206; badger,
each, 1040c; wildcat, 26 060c; house
cat, 510c; fox, common gray, each,
30 050c; do red, each, $1.6002; do
cross, each, $5016; do silver and
black, each, $100 0 200; fisher, each,
$506; lynx, each, $203; mink, strict
ly No. 1, each, 5Oc0$1.5O; marten,
pale pine, according to bIzo and color,
$1,504). 2; muskrats, large, each, 60
10c; skunk, each, 40050c; civet or
polecat, each, 6010c; otter, for large
prime skins, each, $607; panther,
with bead and claws perfect, each,
$203; raccoon, for large prime, each,
?050c; wolf, mountain, with head
perfect, each, $3.6006; wolf, prairie,
(coyote), without bead, each, ?0
35c; wolverine, each, $407; beaver,
per skin, large, $606; do medium, $3
04; do small, $101.50; do kits, 600
Pitcher Richard Glendon, of the
Spokane base ball team has been re
leased. Tony Mullane, formerly um
pire of the league, arrived Tuesday
and made his appearance as a pitcher
COUNT 8IX AVERAGE WORDS TO THE LINE.
Extra lines: .10 cents each a
VAN DRAN BROS., Props.
The Best Hotel in Pendleton
and as Rood ns any.
Headquarters for Traveling Hen.
Commodious Sample Rooms.
Rates $2 pet day.
Special rates by week or month.
Every flodcrn Convenience.
Bar and Billiard Room in Connection
Only TlirCC lilOCKS 11001 UCpOt.
GOLDEN RULE HOTEL,
Corner Court and Johunon BtreeU,
1V1. F. Kolly, Proprlotor.
HEATED BY STEAM.
LIQHTED BY ELECTRICITY
Amorlcan Plan, ratiM J1.25 to 2.00 a day.
Xuropoan plan,60o, 7ftc, (1.00
Special ratei by week or month
Free Bii Hccto bin mini.
Commercial Trade Solicited.
Flue Sample Rooms
Special attention given Country Trade
OeO. DARVBAU, Prop.
' Stock a half frew 4pt,
pie Rm tm ceaaeetle.
Roe Rate 50c, 75c, SI.M
ftoi or. nwnwo .
ot arat la Wi
Hotel si. m 1
0S mi igMira.
E3 Tmwtt CtiiaUe.
2 Jlmes .' .....SO
1 week 4S
week; 25 cents a lino per month.
mm union Pacific
mrxnT Time Sehedule immiti
ro From Pendleton raom
Chicago- 8lt Lake, Denver. Ft
Portland Worth, Omaha, Kn
Bpeclal iai City. Bt Louli, Chi- 8:00 a.
5 :30 p m cagn and Kait.
1 11 ((ton.
Atlantic Salt Lake Denver. Ft
Kxpreia Worth, Omaha. Kan
blih a. m. taa City, fltLouii, Chi-11:10 V,m.
via Hugt- cigo anil Kait.
Gt. Pul Wnlla Walla, Lewliton,
Fait Stall Bpokano,Wallace,Pull
8.1ft a. m. msn, Mlnnenpolli. Ht. ..SO p. m.
ria l'aul, Duluth, Jlllwin
Bpokano. keo, Chicago and Kt.
Ocean and River Schedule.
All sailing datei lubjcct
8 :00 p, m. For Bau Fraud sco ( p. m.
Ball ovory ft days.
except Columbia Rlvor
h p. m. To Aitorla and Way Sunday
Roati lcavo Portlanil dally, except Bunday.
(itagool water permitting) for Willamette and
Yamhill Ulvor polnti.
7:uj i. H.
4:0ft a. m.
Rlparla to l.owlitou.
F. F. WAMH1.KY, Agent, Pendleton,
Pullman Sleeping Cars
Elegant Dining Cars,
Tourist Sleeping Cars
TO i OUAND FORKS
THROUGH TICKETS TO
and all iolnta Eat and Bouth
Through tlokuti to Japan and China, via
Taooma and Northern iWflo etamjhlp Co,
and American II uo.
Tralni loava l'ondlotou dallr excopl Handif
at 70 p, m.
For iurther Information, tlina eardi, ma pi,
and llcketi, call on or wrtto W. Adami, lea.
aioton, uregon, or A. u. viiAnumn,
Third and Morrlion t)U I'ortland. On,
For Chicago, Bt, Paul, Bt. Louis, Kan
a City, Bt. Joe, Omaha, and
All Points Cast and South
Pertlaad aad aelaU
aa taa Sanaa:
Iv readUtoa, dally ezoipt EaadaTi al
Arrive Fendletea Mondajr, Widaaaday aa4
Arrfv rBdltoa TsMdav, Taaitiw aai
Satvrday 10 M am i
Uv Walla Wall daily, Mat benad lia,
Arrlva WalU Walla dally wMt boama MiMaai
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