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justness Gaf is and Societies
flOFESSIONS AND TRADE-ALPHABETICALLY ARRRANQED.
COUNT SIX AVERAGE WORDS TO THE LINE.
. TWO LINES.
1 tlrrm 15o
2 time 20o
1 week S0o
1 week ...........
trTTcbLB. OFFICE IN JUDD
Kfm. Telephone. 77.
rnTM. D.. DESPAIN BLOCK,
rr eye troubles, catar-
'minni and Unpaired heating.
"wS fitted for refractive er-
ti SMITH. OFFICE OVKH iuh
Lfon Savings bank. Telephone 80;
L telephone 81.
Afield, m. v., homeopath-
?.,iiV?. Telenhone: Office, black
ESS black 24.
Fmam house, physician and
Kr Office, rooa 20. Jndd building.
vsin i-. -- -
BANKS AND BROKERS.
first national bank of athena,
Oregon. Capital. $50,000 snrplus and
pronts, ?C000. Interest on time deposits.
Deals In foreign and domestic exchange.
Collections promptly attended to. nenry
C. Adams, president: T. J. Kirk, vice-president;
E. L. Barnett. cashier; F. S. Le
Qrow, assistant cashier.
FlT MTAl'L, ROOM 17 ABSOCIA
IT. m.l.nknn Mult, 03 rM
Eephone. black 161.
M. HENDER80N, PHTSICIAN
Rn. sper,a.es e,e. r
(oat. Uiuce iu oii-.
kone Main 33.
Office one block west
t- nT.ATTRST.TIR. CHRONIC
fcrvons diseases and diseases of wo-
Ipp Hotel renuieion, cor. nm.va
fits., i'enaieion, -vre. ruuut
lABS AND CARRIAGES.
n LINE. EUWIN BAKER, Prop.
lone Main 70. Stand In front of
THE PENDLETON SAVINGS BANK,
Pendleton, Oregon. Organized March 1,
188Q; capital, $50,000, surplus, ?90,000,
Interest allowed on time deposits. Ex-
change bought and sold on all;, principal
points. Special attention given to collec
tions. IV. J. Furnish, president: J. N.
Teal, vice-president; T. J. Morris, cashier.
THE FARMERS' .BANK OFWESTON,
Weston, Oregon. Does a general banking
business. Exchange bought and sold.
Collections promptly attended to. R.
Jameson, president; Geo. W. Proebstel,
rice president: J. R. Kllgore, cashier: di
rectors, G. A. Hartman, M. M. Johns, T. J.
Price, G. D. Grew, J. F. Kllgore, Robert
Jameson, G. W '. Proebstel.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF PRNDLE
ton. Capital $70,000: surplus, $05,000.
Transacts, a general banking business. Ex
change and. telegraphic transfers sold on
Chicago. San Francisco, New York and
principal points In the northwest. Drafts
drawn on China, Japan and Europe. Makes
collections on reasonable terms. Levi An
keny, president;. W. F. Matlock, vice-president;
C. ,B. Wade, cashier; H. C. Guern
sey, assistant cashier.
AirnnAN. dentist, office in
TION block, over Schmidt's new
ROYAL NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA
Wlldwood CamD. No. 2333. meets second
and fourth Tuesday of each month in Odd
Fellows' hall. Mrs. Ida Holcomb, Oracle:
Mrs. Ne.-.e Robblns, Recorder.
LMATILLA TENT, NO. 27, K. O. T. M.
Meets In Secret Society Hall, second
nnd toarth Tuesdays in each month. All
visiting Sir Knights cordially Invited. J.
S. Kees, Record Keeper; E. D. Estabrook,
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
1ITECTS AND BUILDERS.
iOWARD. ARCHITECT AND 8TJ-
ndent, makes complete ana reu-
ns for buildings in tne city or
Room 17 Judd building.
Eft COLE. CONTRACTORS AND,
i. Estimates furnished on short
fjnb work a specialty. Prompt i
Shop on Bluff street near Main.
aT. CONTRACTOR AND BUILD-
itlm.toa fni-n1aTlf(l ATI nil Kinds Ol
f cement walks, stone walls, etc.
an be lelt at tne east uregonian
lOT)ANIEL. NEW AND SECOND
hnnrht ana sola, uonrc be..
block. Call and hlai.
7BLE, DEALER IN BECOHD
loods. If there is anytning yon
new or second hand furniture,
ranlte ware and crockery, call and
Iricee. No. 212 Court St
PENDLETON CHAPTER, NO. 28 T. C.
Taylor. H. 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 Hendrick's Hall. Mrs.
L. F. -i&tupkln. Secretary.
DAMON LODGE, NO. 4. KNIGHTS OF
Pythias. J. i. Nowlln. C. C. ; R. W.
Fletcher. K. of R. . S. Meets every Mon
day in Secret Society Hall.
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA-
Tutullla Camo. No. 0390. Meets first
and third Mondays 'of each month at Odd
Fellows' Hall. George A. Hamblln, con
sul; G. A. Robblns, Clerk.
"1 t'xyect to
"Is thot so?
at Court dur.r.j, the coronation week."
i nope yo ii E't acouittea.
HORSES HUE 5L0W
been very prolific, and they have us
ually been bo, and each cow in the
herd bringing him a calf this year.
Mr. Goodman is a firm believer In
j good blood of all kinds and tho use
1 nf nothlnir lint nnrn brod sires, from
EASTERN OREGON HORSE
MARKET IS VERY DULL, pression in the. horse business ho al-
ways kept a few good maros and
.Owing to the Coming of Peace in bred them to tho best horse ho had
Africa and the Withdrawing of and as a result ho has got good prices
---,, Co.- Dhiii-.-.i., .u. for his surplus horses all the tinio
. .wwu awn. .i.w l ll.l.MuinbO. bllO , , .
finl ,Afnt It enlri alv trt
Demand Is Cut Off.
and recently sold six for $200 a head
t fTViorA la enmn mnnov In linrno nf
"Tiie horso market of Eastern Ore- that price.
gon is very dull afr present," said a
prominent horse dealer Saturday. j BALTIMORE AND OHIO.
"With the establishment of i.eace '
a i r. kit n-A
In tho PhiUnninoR nossntlnn nf l.na. wne nunnrca ana oqvcniyiM inc uai
tilities in Africa and the stopping of
the horse purchasing for foreign ser
Extra lines; .10 cent each week; 25 cents a line per month.
VAN DRAN BROS., Props.
The Best Hotel in Pendleton
and as good as any.
Headquarters for Traveling Men.
Commodious Sample Rooms.
Rates $2 pet day.
Special rates by week or month.
Every flodcrn Convenience.
Bar and Billiard Room in Connection
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD REGULAR
meetings of Pendleton Camp, No. 4lr W.
or w., are neid in secret society unii
every Saturday evening. Visiting neigh
bors are always welcome. J. P. Walker,
Clerk, J. P., Earl. C. ,C.
BROS.. COURT 8TREET, LA
ock. Electricians, dealers In elec-
KHes. Houses, stores, wirea ror
;hts, bells or telephones. Electrl
res of all kinds. Get onr prices,
ork a specialty.
ELECTRICAL WORK8. C. P.
LProp. Corner Main and Webb
loose and bell wiring neatly ana
I done. Give ns a trial. All work
Phone Red 403, C. F. Klne.
W. S. BOWMAN, LEADING PHOTOGRA
pher of the city. Harvest views, In
dian photos for sale. Finishing done for
amatenrs. Main St.. near bridge. Phone
kES, PELTS AND JUNK.
ORT THE HIGHEST MAR-
pce for yonr pelts, hides and all
nuns, sucn as rnDDer, oraM, cop-
l zinc, ras ana Domes, iron oi
Fa speclRlty. Ton can bring tn 50
ortn or rags or snip in jaw
hides and will be treated In the
we have come here to stay.
call and von will be satisfied) L.
I Co- office and warehouse next to
IHotfl. Pendleton. Oregon. Tele-
BOOT AND SHOE REPAIRERS.
JOHN WILSON, FIRST CLASS SHOE
maker and repairer. Best material used
and good work done. .Shop 117 Alta
RUBBER STAMPS OF ALL KINDS 8END
for catalogue. Ferney's Stamp Works,
Walla Walla, Wash.
EMPLOYMENT BUREAU IF YOU ARB
seeing a position, or need help, call on
or address J. C. Spoonamore, 220 Court St,
GENERAL REPAIR SHOP. WEBB ST.,
West of Hotel Eastern. All kinds of re
pairing" done at reasonable prices, Bicy
cles, gnu and machine repairing a special
'ty. Simmons & Bolln, proprietors.
ND k RON, 314 WEBB STREET
Pmas of blacksmlthlng and wagon
i horseshoeing a specialty.
NCE & LAND BUSINESS.
I. PARKES, OFFICE COURT ST.
t Golden Rule Hotel,; land of-
""3, ncn as ruing or claims ana
contests a specialty.
MLEY. JR.. U. S. LAND COM-
" Specialty made of land fll-
' proot : insurance and collections.
Jndd building, room 16.
3ARD AND LODGING.
LODGING HOUSE-CORNER EAST
.-""""asireeis, uooa larsv ciean
Li.r v,i""oie oeai. luiies aoc ana,
gnw Tho,. swart. Prop. ,
CORNER ALTA AND
f ets. Board by the day or week.
fd Yard In ronn-tlon. L.
IRN. SAMUEL GEORGE.
Lrd by the day itt week. 'Good
""u wen ventilated rooms ;
board and lodglBgl $5 per
..stable n connection.
,AND FEED STABLK
tTrMMEIi,T' B0ABD AND, SALE
Carney, nronrlntnr tnr
Pint. JLT' " ii
-j.alJ BTABLES, Q,
i y"7. FeedSrt '
"SFW -D AMD
WANTED ADVERTISRS TO MAKE USB
of these classified columns. If yon have
someth.ng yon have no use for, .offer to
trade It for something that some other
body may have and have no use for, some-
tning tnat you may neea in yonr Dnsmess.
You may have an extra horse that you
may wish to trade for a cow or a vehi
cle. Somebody i mar 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. L.eave oraers ai uaoiey m zjtn
ners cigar store. Main 8t P. O. box 104.
FROM MY PLACE. ONE MILE BELOW HA
vans Station, aboot three weeks ago, one red
bull, one year old last spring. Branded "T.
T." on left hip. Reward will be paid for in
formation as to its whereabouts. N. Ebr
hart, Pendleton, Ore.
MOTICB TO CONTRACTORS.
Notice 1 hereby given that Mdswttl he re
ceived by the County Clerk ot Uumte eoanty,
Oregon, on r before 10 o'clock, A. K.. JV Mb.
1902. for repairs to circuit court room f tbe
ooBBty court house, In accordance wl plans
end specifications prepared byT. F. , Hewsrd.
architect, and on file at coonty olerk'i om.
A deposit of five per cent of the junoonte! tke
bid wlflbe required of each bidder, to be for
feited to Umatilla conaty If the seccesrtel
Bidder falls to enter into contract as required
by the coaaty court of said county.
The court reserves the rlht to reject any and
all bids. , A .
m stick. BIDS FOR WOOD FOR 0A-.
iv Klee' heiebr gives that bids will be re
ipS : VcJoe , ea July 6tb, is. for fur
SbhlM lWcoroi of 'sound 'four foot 'wood.
eSt frlta greea timber: SO eord. tobe deliver
M theesvMr eort how, ,ad M,crA to be
deUvereTaTtbeeoeBty hospital: sal wood to
ties Fought on or Adjacent to the
Baltimore & Ohio Railroad.
(The Baltimore & Ohio railroad
nnrt ho fllvll War. 18G1-18GG.1 It
Those who raise horses for sale was thQ most deslrauiG point of van
vice, there has been a great falling
off of business in the horse sales.
and those who follow dealing in the
animals for a livelihood are rather
hopeful that another war will be
started in some place, we care not
where, to stimulate the horse mar
ket. Japan might declare war on
Russia or France and England might
have a set-to in Africa, over their lit
tle difficulties In the settlement of the
Afro-English war. It seems cruel to
say it, but peace at any price has no
charms for the horse dealer. He be
lieves in an antiauated adage which
runs; "In peace there Is no price at
For many years, in fact, from the
first settling of the west, and espec
ially Eastern Oregon, the cayuses
have had the supremacy in tho mar
kets of this country. The Eastern
Oregon cayuse was sought for by the
man who wanted to make a long jour
ney and wanted a partlcularjy tough
animal to do it; he was sought for
by the stage driver, the government
for cavalry horses, and foreign gov
ernments have had their representa
tives Invading this country for the
past two years gathering horses for
service In South Africa.
At the present time all of these de-
imands are practically cut off. Occa
sionally an-animal is wanted to use
as pack horses, but as a general rule
few of these are used and the demand
is almost exhausted. In view of this
fact, the horse fancier has abandon
ed the Idea of turning his horses on
the range and letting them forage for
themselves until such a time as he
could sell them, and now their atten
tion is turning toward better breeds
of horses. The cayuse has few
charms any more. It will soon bo
cast aside and the large draft horse
is taking! its place. Men are turning
their attention toward the markets
for larger animals, animals wanted
for draft purposes, as the cayuse, al
though the toughest breed on earth,
is not in it at drawing loads. Neither
can they shine beside the blooded an
imals when it comes to moving in a
buggy, but they are all right under
the saddle and the time will never
come when these Indian cayuses will
not be used to some extent by stock
men for riding over the hills.
WILLIAM GOODMAN'S 8UCCE8S.
Makes Money Farming and Raising
F.lnp Blooded. Cattle..
W. S. Goodman, who lives in the
east end of Umatilla cpunty, is one
of the farmers of this county who Is
making money farming and raising
stock, says the Aural Spirit. He has
a fine farm of 400 acres in the Hud
son Bay country. ICO of which is in
alfalfa, and finer alfalfa we have sot
tage coveted by both federal and
confederate armies. In May, 18C1, the
four federal advance columns concen
trated at Parkersburg, W. Va., Wheel
ing, W. Va Harper's Ferry, W. Va.,
and at Washington. To retain tho
advantage, the federal government
established block houses along the
railroad from the Monocacy to tho
Ohio rl'ver, besides the forts at Win
chester, Harper's Ferry, Cumberland,
Piedmont and iier Creek (Koyser).
Tho B. & O. was the base of opera
tions for the federal army for nearly
four years and from which tho gov
ernment could not take advance lino
earlier than November, 1804. The B.
& O. was the means of comniunica
tlon between the west and tho army
of the Potomac, and was constantly
in a continual state of selge.' Har
per's Ferry, tho key to tho Shenan-
doah valley, first famed through tho
fanatical attempt of John Brown, in
defying tho laws and customs of his
country, was captured and re-captured
eight times in three years. The
government arsenal and armories
which were located there were de
stroyed by the government to prevent
capture. One hundred and seventy
.nine battles of greater or Iobs im
portance were fought on or adjacent
to the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad,
not taking into consideration the in
All through trans from St. Louis,
Louisville, Cincinnati, Chlcngo, Co
lumbus, Cleveland, Wheeling and
Pittsburg to the east run via Wash
ington. Send stamp for battlofleld
map. D. B. Martin, Manager Passen
ger Traffic, Baltimore, Md.; B, N.
Austin, General Passenger Agent,
IN KINE'S GROVE.
Only Three Blocks from Depot.
GOLDEN RULE HOTEL
Corner Court and Johnson BtreeU,
M. F. Kelly, Proprietor.
HEATED BY STEAM.
LIGHTED BY ELECTRICITY
American Plan, rates 11.25 to 12.00 a day.
European plan, 60c, 76c, f 1.00
Special rates by week or month
Free Bus Meets all Trains.
Commercial Trade solicited.
Fine Sample Rooms
Special attention given Country Trade
Many Sought Its 8hady Bowers Yes
The picnic in Kino's Grove Sunday
was a greater success than ever be
fore. This was the third, week It has
been running and the longer it runs
tho more popular it is becoming. Tho
demand for more room to tho dance
platform has necessitated tho build
ing of the addition but notwlthstand
ing tait it was crowded with dancers
all -the afternoon and evening hub
Ninety couples were on the floor
at one time Sunday night, A great
time Ja expected by the Jun-lovers
dufing the celebration of tho 4th, 6tb
Don't Use Too Many Words.
Multiplication of -words Ucrease
the ziease ana1 decrease tbe eee-
seen grown'.lhah "that ba'Jii place. tlveMM of- advertising, gay what
Part of this-hay' ie pats' iato sheep, you have te say la as few words as ft
part of Jtipto his .. Shorthorns, of can be tald-hen stop. By so doing
which he 'has a alee herd p feboyt you can set what yot want to say Js
30 head of Scotch topped cows head- larger type, so that It will cowtaoad
ed "by the bull Count Gentry, by, the attention of sore readers thaa
Grand Duke of Hazelhurst. . would a wordy discourse set la small
Mr. Goodman has Bot made much type,
stir about hiB Shorthorns', as h.e ba's
always jiad local demand for all he McReynold's creamery butter on
could raise, although bis cows have sale in alj stores. Ask for it.
oarAkT Time Seheele abito
oa From ret.eietoa rwom
Chicago- Salt take, Denver, ft.
Portland Worth, Omaha. Kan
ft:30p m cajo and XasU ,
AtUntle Salt Lake, Denver. Ft.
Kxpres Worth, Omaha, Kan
6:i& a.m. iaa City, Bt. Louis, cat. UUS f.m.
via Hunt- cafo and UL
Bt. Pul Walla. Walla. Uwliton,
Fait Mall Bpokaiio.Watlsce.Pull.
8.15 a.m. man, Minneapolis, fit. S30p. as.
rla Paul, Dulutb, Mllwuu
Bpokt.no. keo, Chicago and Kait.
Ocean and River Schedule.
t FROM rOKTLAND.
All lulling datei lubjeot
80 p. m, For Ban Francisco tp. m.
Ball every fidaji.
except Columbia River
8 p. m. To Aitorla and War Bnnday
10 p. m.
Boat lcavo Portland, dally, except Bund,y,
(ttagoni water permitting) (or Willamette and
Yamhill Hlvor points. ,
Leave . jjQAva
Hlparla Snake River Lewliton
V.ofi a.m. 7:00 a. a.
Dally Rlparla to Lowltton. Dally
Excpt Mon Kxcpt Iter
F. F. WAM8LKY, Agent, Pendletoa.
For Chicago, Bt. Paul, St. LouIh, Kan
Baa uuy, hi. joo, umann, ana
All Points East and Sqnth
Portland and eolats
oh the Sound
Leave Pendleton, dally except Sandayi at
7 m pm,
Arrlvo Pendleton Monday, Wednesday aa4
Friday 12 aom.
Arrive 1'eudleton Tuesday, Thursday Ml
Saturday lOttAami V
Leave Walla Walla daily, east bosad IMOh.
Arrive Wall Walla dally weit bound lMe eai,
For Information regarding rateTarid acooxs.
modattoni, call on or addret
W. ADAMS, Ageat.
a, B. OALDXKIIXAD. O. P. A..
Walla Walla, Wash.
OB0. PARVBAU, Pn.
Slack aad a half treat depot.
BmmmiM Daaauaa lai saaiaiaafilaiai
apaaaatwpv afav eww'a,a
Row Rate Ste, 75c, SI.N
Saving's Bank iPree
Send yuuk AixmmmnTQ
tbe Pacific Newsnaper UnkM.
M7 Market St, San Francises, Mi
secare fre a beautiful NlekaljBf-l
last, paaic, aiso.ruii, paitJOBuug -x.
ary which ls'now-e!ng furbished te
readers of tL paper for only Five
Cento a Day.
Pullman Sleeping Cars ;
Elegnnt Dining Cars,
Tourist Slteplng Car"
f BT. PAUL .
and all potato Bast and South
aad AMerlsaa llae.
TraUs leavs feaaletea dally "iTflfmniif
Tklxd, a MeeslaesiMa., ifertaaaeToM.
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