Classified Advertisements COUNT SIX AVERAGE WORDS TO THE LINE. einMS AND TRADES ALPHABETICALLY ARRRANGEtV MUft-"" iness Cards and Societies THREE LINES. 1 time 2 times PHYSI51ANS. Or ,r kjc r v - - - - - TT'ir1 7 f ' I,' 1 TV Ji ll Uincp - Telephone, 77. itinns nnd ImpairfHi nearins. T cMITH. OFFICE OVEH THE ,IOD ?:f.J , nnd Snrceon. Office In I.Lil w 1 - Aft I mice. rUUtU V. w uuu wuinuup,. J MTATO. ROOM 17 ASSOCIA- hliVK. iPI?UUUUC Mu.u Vd iar telephone, blacx ibi. M. HENDERSON. PHYSICIAN ISurgwn. speiaiuea eye. ear, nose Iroat. Office in savings uana ouiia hone Main 33. SrATUiC k i Keyes. ton Store. PHYSICIANS. .DRS. Office one block west ETNX K. BLAKESLEE, CHRONIC lerrons diseases and diseases of wo- IOpp Hotel I'enaieron, cor. waver tain Sts.. Pendleton, Ore. Phone ICABS AND CARRIAGES. HUB LINE. ERWIN BAKER, Prop. phone Mnln79. Stand In front of restaurant. DENTISTS. VAFGHAN. DENTIST. OFFICE IN I building. FMAXK. DENTIST. OFFICE IN A8- CIATION block, over Schmidt's new Store. KHITECTS AND BUILDERS. HOWARD, ARCHITECT AND STJ- ktendent, makes complete and rell fclans for buildings In the city or wj. Room 17 J add building. .Shop on Bluff street jiear Main. II AY, CONTRACTOR AND BDILD Estlmates furnished on all kinds of can be left? at the East Oregonlau :pnr. n UKMn nriki r- r- r coods boucht and sold. Court St. house block. Call and see him. IOBL.K, IJEALiEU IN SECOND goods. If there Is anything yon new or second nana rurniture. granite ware and crockery, call and prices. No. 212 Court St- ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES. v uiri im I'm urn kJTi i tjt r a block. Electricians, dealers In elec- suplles. Houses, stores, wired for work a specialty. House and bell wiring neatlv and tit nnnp. I. rp Tin m ma, All mvew nieeu. i-rinnp iipn ua. i- tr. Kin CAN UET THE HIGHEST MAR- price for your pelts, hides and all of Junk, such as rubber, brass, eon- lids a flnprfAlt-V- Vnn rn n hrlnff In Rfl ortn or rags or snip in 5HU of hides and will be treated In the WfiT Wa hnVA rnm hum tn itnv u a can r.nn you win oe eausnea. u. m!H. . wionse next toj Hotel. Pendleton, flretron. Tl-1 i k u nji ,-T- . i ,i r- j. . HORSE. SHOEING. . wuuu oi uiucKBmiunnir ana wacon i H. PARKES. OFFICE COURT ST. business, such as flline of claims and H Ann. rt . . . -v. UUBV.UJ.T iiiauc ui iauu kit' nuu proor; insurance and collections in Jndd building, room 16. BOARD AND LODGING, "it IjUDQIKO HOUSE CORKER OF E. m wltn comfortable beds. RAtes 25c and - iiMiii HLrHHiM : cmrKi iHr?n cipb.ii xxuu. Uh1 at t)A . 1 ua.ru dt me ruiT or wiwk. Proprietor, j-ara in ctjnnecxion- u. EA8TEBN. BAMUI GEORGE. Warn hv th A.-i.A.u nnJt . uwru inn lrwiirinv ir nr connection. 'MVERY AND feed miLEi. ocat"e Ho Alt street AULHI. H. W rKlHlHH of tnrao'nV.'-iy WniHetoiu teiefHMi 1. takW "KS? ... . AND . BAUM OOe MAin TO ailM nHt. ki - Taai vtHfi ' heju t Mil w i uirvwn Gwr ,Wbb .itMrt. nuu SLi BANKS AND BROKERS. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF ATIIENA. Oregon. Capital, ?.-0,000 snrplns and protlts, ?C00O. Interest on time depoolts. Deals In foreign and domestic exchange. Collections promptly attended to. Henry a Adams, president: T. J. Kirk, Tire-president; E. L. Rarnctt cashier; F. S. Le Grow, assistant cashier. THE PENDLETON SAVINGS BANK, Pendleton, Oregon. Organized March 1, IS8S; capital, ?o0,000, surplus, $90,000, Interest allowed on time deposit. Ex change bonght and sold on all principal points. Special attention given to collec tions. AY. J. Ftirnlsh, president; J. N. Teal, vice-president ; T. J. Morris, cashier. THE FARMERS' BANK OF WESTON, 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. Graw, J. F. Kllgore, Robert Jameson, G. W. Proebstel. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF FENDLE ton. Capital $70,000: snrplns, 995,000. Transacts a general banking business. Ex change and telegraphic transfers sold on Chicago, San Francisco, New York and principal points tn the northwest. Drafts drawn on China, Japan and Europe. Makes collections on reasonable terms. Levi An keny, president: W. F. Matlock, Tlce-pres-Ident; C. B. Wade, cashier; H. C Quern ser. assistant cashier. FRATERNAL ORDERS. ROYAL NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA Wildwood Camp. No. 2333. meets Becond and fourth Tuesday of each month in Odd Fellows hall. Mrs. Ida nolcomu, Oracle; Mrs. Ne..e Robbins, Recorder. LjIATILLA TENT. NO. 27, K. O. T. M. Meets in Secret Society Hall, second and fourth Tuesdays in each month. All visiting- Sir Knights cordlnlly invited. J. S. Kees, Record Keeper; E. D. Estabrook, Commander. PENDLETON LODGE, NO. 52. A. F. and A. M., meets ilrst and third Mondays of each mouth. Visiting brethren welcome. T. J. Tweedv, W. M., Joe H. Parlies, Sec. PENDLETON CHAITER. NO. 2S T. C Taylor, n. P.. F. F. Wamsiey. Secretary. Meets first and fourth Friday of each month in Masonic Hall. ' PIONEERS OF TnE PACIFIC - WIL- Meets Mrs. Ham Martin Encampment, No. 1. DAMON LODGE. NO. 4. KNIGHTS OF Pythias. J. u. NowIIn. C. C. : R. W. Fletcher. K. of R. - S. Meets every Mon day in secret society Han. MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA Tutullla Camp, No. 6399. Meets first and third Mondays of each month at Odd Fellows' Hall. George A. Hamblin, Con sul ; u. a. Robbins, 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. BOOT AND SHOE REPAIRERS. JOHN WILSON, FIRST "CLASS SHOE maker and repairer. Best material used and good work done. Shop 117 Alta street MISCELLANEOUS. RUBBER STAMPS OF ALL KINDS SEND for catalogue. Ferney's Stamp Works, Walla Walla, Wash. EMPLOYMENT BUREAU IF YOU ARB seeding a position, or need help, call on or nddresg J. C. Spoonamore, 220 Court St, Penu.eton, Oregon. GENERAL HE1AIR SHOP, WEBB ST., West of notel Eastern. All kinds of re pairing done at reasonable prices. Bicy cles, guu and machine repairing a special ty. Simmons & Bolin, proprietors. KELLAR BROTHERS, PLASTERING and cementing. Cement walks a special' ty. Estimates furnished free. Work guar- r .- it.i.. a. t.y.. ner. clEar gtore. Maln Bt, P 0. box 104 ESTRAYED. 1 FROM MY PLACE, ONE MILE BELOW HA- i vana ciauou, ruuui mrce weuk B", uuu reu bull, one Tear old Inst snrine. Branded "T. F." on left hip. Reward will be paid for In formation as to its wnereaoouts. t. is t,ar hart, Pendleton. Ore. PHOTOGRAPH ER8. W. 8. BOWMAN, LEADING PHOTOQBA Dher of the city. Harvest Yiews. In dlan photos for eale. Finishing done for amateurs. Main St., near bridge. Phone Red 27ft NOTICB TO CONTRACTORS. Notice Is hereby triTeo that bid will be re- ceired Dy tne county uierx oi umamia connir, Oregon, on r before 10 o'clock, A, M., July Stb, 1903, for -repairs to circuit court room of the county fmirt houte, In accordance with plans ana specincauons prepared oj i . r . uonra arrhltect. and on file at county clerk's office. A dpposlt of Are per cent of the amount of the bid will be required oi eacn. maaer. to oe lor felted to Umatilla county It the successful bidder falls to enU-r into contract as required by the county court of said county. ' The court reserve the rfeht to reject any and all bids. " Br order of County Court. ' W. D. CHAMBERLAIN, Clerk. N0TICK.-BIDS FOR WOOD JOB UMA TILLA COUHTY, Notice If hereby rfven that Wd will be re ceived by the County Clerk ol 'VrnMU .county up to 12 o'clock, H.j on Ju'y 6th, 1KB. for fur nfrtilnr 139 corns of sound four foot fir wood, cut from rreeu timber; SO.corai to be delivered at the coonty court bouse, and 40 osrds to be delivered at the county hospital; said wood t be delivered on or before November 1st. Mi. Tne Court reserves the rUbt toreject any and all bids. Br order of the County Court. W. D. CHAMBKRLAIN, Clerk. NOTICB OF DISSOLUTION. Notice is berebr ft''111 tn1 tbe cf-ner-shirheretofore exlftin between the under. Sitmed is berebr dissolved by mutual consent. Both will continue in tbe practise of law in Peadletoni !ud either wlU complete any ubbd iihed bmiueMOfthe firm Pendleton Oregon, July l,Hlge.py y 8TEPHKN A. LOWELL. llf WW MITIGATING CIRCUMSTANCE. "A stray skyrocket whizzed through one of our windows last night nnd killed Wasn't that awful?" "Net so bad as It might have been, iwng to leave tomorrow, , COMMERCE-TRHCL Local Market Prices. The following shows the prices paid on the local market: Strawberries, 10c per box. Parsnips, 75c per sack. Cabbage, 4c per pound. Cheese, per pound, 20c Onions, per cwt, $1.50 to $2. Green onions, 25c doz. Beets, per lb, lc. New potatoes, 3c per pound. Potatoes, per cwt, $1.50 to ?1.75. Garlic' ',a,c per lb. Pendleton Live Stock and Poultry. Chickens, hens, per doz., $2.50 to $3.50. Roosters, $3.50 4. Turkeys, per lb., 10c. Geese, per doz., $9. Spring chickens, per doz., $2.50 and 53. Ducks, per doz., $3.75. Pigeons, per doz., $1.50. Eggs, 15c in trade. Butter, 25c and 50c per roll. Choice Beef Cattle, Etc Cows, per hundred, $3.10. Steers, v4.25$4.50. Hogs, live, 5c. Hogs, dressed, 6c. Calves, dressed, 78c. Pendleton Retail Grocery Prices. Sugar Cane granulated,- best, $5.25 per sack; do., 1G lbs, $1. Coffee Mocha oat Java, best, 40c per lb; next grade, 35c per lb,, lower grades coffee, 25c to 15c per lb; package coffee, 15c lb. Rice Best head rice, 12c per lb; next grade, 6 l-3c per lb. Salt Coarse, 75c per 100; table $2.20 per 100. Flour, B. B. $3.25 per bbl. Flour, Walter's $3.25 per bbl. Skins, Hides, Pelts. Portland, July 1. Sheepskins Shearlings, 1520c; short wool, 25 35c; medium wool, 30G0c; long wool, 60c$l each. Hides Dry hides. No. 1, 16 pounds a'nd up, 15152c per pound; drp kip, No. 1, 5 to 15 pounds, 12c; dry calf, No. 1. under 5 nounds. 10c: drv salt- 'ed bulls and stags, one-third less than dry flint; salted hides, steers, sound, CO pounds and over, 88c; 50 to CO pounds, 7J&&8C; under 50 pounds and cows, 7c; stags and bulls, sound, 55c; kip, sound, 15 to 20 pounds, 7c; veal, sound, 10 to 14 pounds, 7c; -calf, sound, under 10 pounds, 8c; green, (unsalted), lc per pound leas; culls, lc per pound less; horse hides, salted, eacn, i.tu(3z; dry, eacn, xj 1.50; colts' hides, each, 25f?50c; goat skins, common, each, 1015c; Ango ra, with -wool on, each, 25c$l. Pelts Bear skina as to- size, No. 1, each, $5020; cubs, $25; badger, each, 1040c; wildcat, 25050c; house cat, 610c; fox, common gray, each, 30050c; do red, each, $1.5002; do cross, each, $5016; do silver and black, each, $1000200; fisher, each, iStfi.6! Ivnx. each 1203; mink, strict. ly No. 1, ,ech, 50c$L50; marten, pale pine, according to size and color, $1.5062; muskrata, large, each, K0 10c; skunk, each, 40050c; ci?et or polecat, each, 6010c; "otter, for large prime skins, each, $507; panther, with head and claws perfect, each, $203; raccoon, for large prime, each, 30050c; wolf, mountain, with he4 perfect, each, 93.9006; wojf, prairie, (coyote), wuaeut- seas, eacn, auj; 35c; wolverine, each, $407; beaver, per pkin, large, $606; &o jBedisua, $3 04; do small, $101.60; do kits, B0 75c. We give Xree tickets os tbe blcyele with every dollar's purchase. Martla's Family Grocery and Bakery. She had given us notice that kUa tms BALTIMORE AND OHIO. One Hundred and Seventy-Nlne Bat tics Fought on or Adjacent to the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad. (The Baltimore & Ohio railroad and the Civil War, 18G1-1SC5.) It was the most desirable point of van tage coveted by both federal' and confederate armies. In May, 18G1, the four federal advanco columns concen trated at Parkersburg, W. Va., Wheel ing, W. Va., Harper's Ferry, W. Va., and at Washington. To retain the advantage, the federal government established block houses along the railroad from tho Monocacy to the Ohio river, besides the forts at Win chester, Harper's Ferry, Cumberland, Piedmont and iJow Creek (Kcyser). The 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. 18G4. Tho B. & O. was tho means of communica tion between tho west and tho army of tho Potomac, and was constantly in a continual state of seigo. Har- Der's Ferry, the key id the Shenan doah valley, first famed through the fanat.cal attempt of John Brown, in defying tho laws and customs of his country, was captured and re-captur' ed eight times in three years. The government arsenal and armories which were located there were de stroyed by tho government to prevent capture. One hundred and seventy' nine battles of greater or less Im portance were fought on or adjacent to the Baltimoro & Ohio Railroad, not taking into consideration tho in numerable skirmishes. All through trans from St. Louis, Louisville, Cincinnati, Chicago, Co Iumbus. Cleveland, Wheeling and Pittsburg to tho east run via Wash lngton. Send stamp for battlefield map. D. B, Martin, Manager Passes ger Traffic, Baltimore, Md.; B. N, Austin, General Passenger Agent, Chicago, 111. Don't Use Too Many Words. Multiplication of wordB increases the expense and decreases the oftec tlveness of advertising. Say what you have to say in as few words as It can be tald then stop. By so doing you can set what you want to say In larger type, so that It will command the attention of more readers than would a wordy discourse set In small typo. At bedtime Itako a pleasant herb drink, the next morning I feel bright and my complexion Is better. My doctor says that It acts gently on tbe stomach, uver and kidneys ana is a pleasant laxative. It Is made from herbs, and Is prepared as easily as tea. It is called Lane's Medicine. Lane's Family Medicine moves the bowels each day. Price 25c and BOc. For sale by Tallman Co., sole agent. TRANSFER, TRUCKING, STORAGE. CR0WNER BROS. Telephone Main 4. Hknfmti'rtmtii tor lMt, wenernuEs ana niinimf. i mru 48 HOURS. Cures K14- lUl J nty ms Bladder TreuMe. 1 TWO LINES. 1 time 15c 2 time 20o 1 week 30o Extra lines: .10 cents each a HOTEL8. HOTEL PENDLETON VAN DRAN BROS., Props. The Best Hotel in Pendleton and as Rood as any. Headquarters for Traveling Men. Commodious Sample Rooms. Rates $2 per day. Special rates by week or month. Excellent Cuisine, Every flodern Convenience, Bar and Billiard Room in Connection Only Three Blocks from Depot. 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OREGON SHOIrLlNP UWON PACIFIC HP nqrART Tims Sehsduls amits " From Pstidlston nam Ohloago. Salt Uke, Denver, Ft Portland Worth, Omahk. Kan Bpoclal saa Ulljr. 8t Louie, Ohl-1 AO a. at, 5 :30 p m cago and Kaat. via Hunt lngton. Atlantl. Halt Lake, Denver, Ft. Kxprpua Worth, Omaha. Kan. StU a. m, lUUIty.flt, Louts. Ohl litis, p.m. Tla Hunt- cago and Kast. lngton. St. Taut Walla Walta, Lowlitou. Fait .Mail Bpokano.Wallace.I'ull. 8.15 a. m. man, Minneapolis, Ht. 530 p. m, via Paul, Duluth, Mllwan Bpokano. kco, Chicago and Eat. Ocean and River Schedule. HKOM I'OUTIAND. All nailing datuN aubjcot toslianxo. 8:00 p. ra, For Ban Francisco 1 p. m. Ball every Adafi. Tally ' oxront Columbia Itlvor Bmulay 4pm 8 p. m. To Antorla and Way Sunday Haturday LaiillnK. U) p. in. I Wlllnmetto River lloaU loavo Portland dally, except Bnnday, (atago of water permitting, for Willamette and Yamhill Htvor poluta, I I Leave Klparla Snake Htvor Lowlitott 4:05 a.m. 7:00 a.m. Dallr Rlparla to Lowliton. Dally Kxopt Mon Hrcpt Mor F, F. WAMHLKY, Agent, l'oudletou. Washington & Columbia River Railroad Take this route for For Chicago, Ht. Paul, Ht. Louis, lOn. saa City, St. Joe, Omaha, and AH Points East and South Portland and points on the Sound I TIMK OARD, Leave Pendleton, dally except Bundayi l TWO. pm, Arrlyo Voudleton Monday, Wednesday and Friday Vi'M pm. Arrive I'cndloton Tnoiday, Thnrtday na Batnrday 10:68 ami Leave Walla Walla daily, eat bonnd 8:00 pm. Arrive Walla Walla daily went bound lsjOd am. For Information regarding rates and scoosw modatloui, call uu or addrea s W. ADAHB, Agwt. ,'oudlotou, Uregoa B. B, OALDKKIIKAD, O, V, A., Walla Walla, Waab. RUNS Pullman Sleeping Cars Elegant Dining Cars, Tourist Sleeping Cars 8T. PAUL MINNKAPOLW DULUTH FAItGO TO GRAND FORKB OROOKBTON WINNEPEO HELENA and BU1TE, THROUGH TICKETS TO CHICAGO WAHHINGTON PHILADELPHIA NEW YORK BOSTON and all points East and Booth Throng tlcksU le Jacwa aad Oklaa, via Taeema and North cn Kaelia fla. and Amarieau (las. TIMK SCMIDULI, Tralas laavs FasdUtoa dallv ajuaai - at 70 p. sa. For iBrtsar IsterauttM. Ujm eases, sajM, Wf J&m sWirflMA INAa'VMlMW4t Vfa MNIANDW0MH. l3aasSBV' iaMI 9 ' IWMSM.