sjfhn- r-rjs?; 4 . MT ' -. Jl S f J tosmess v-aras ana societies PROFESSIONS AND TRADES ALPHABETICALLY ARRRANGED. PHYSISIANS. "TTToLn, OFFICE IN JTJDD Hln. . '" - i p. b1 7 til v " ' Telephone. 7i .MTTEB. M. T.. UESPAIN BLOCK, ?nd1?lons nnd Impaired heating. Baa""'"-. . fn r.fnpt . corectiy unc "t t:riTn. OFFICE OVEB THE C,.n Ravines bank. Telephone 30; Ire telephone 81. rOAnPIBLD. M. D.. HOMEOPATH; bonding. Telephone: Omce, black kldence, blaca tlMAM nonsE, ripsiciAN iANp i iinirp. ruum u. m uuu utniuiuh Main 72. nesldence Phone Red 28. BANKS AND BROKERS. FIRST NATIONAL HANK OF ATIIENA, Oregon. Capital, $50,000 surplus and pronts. SG0OO. Interest on time deposits. Deals In foreign and domestic exchange. Collections promptly attended to. Henry C. Adams, president: T. J. Kirk, rlce-presl-dent; E. L. Harnett, cashier; F. 8. Lc Grow, assistant cashier. 3 M'FATTTj, . ROOM IT ABSUUIA- block. Telephone Mam S3; real telephone, biacK itu. XI. HENDERSON, PHT8ICIAN horpeon. Specialties eye. ear, nose ttat. vluic-e iu oaviugB uui uunu hone Main S3. PATUiC A Keyes. on store. PHYSICIANS. DR8. Office one block west TCV K. RLAKESIiEE. CHRONIC MTons diseases and diseases of wo- !pp Hotel Pendleton, cor. Water lln Sts., rendieton, ore, rnon CABS AND CARRIAGES. AB LINE, ERWIN RAKER, I-rop. hone Main 70. Stand in front of restaurant. DENTISTS. FaUGHAN. DENTlBT. OFFICE IN Ibnlldlng. Eann. dentist, office in ab- ITION block, oyer Schmidt's new re. IITECTS AND BUILDERS. IOWARD, ARCHITECT AND BU- endent, makes complete ana ren ew for buildings In the city on Room 17 Judd building. THE PENDLETON RAVING8 BANK, Pendleton, Oregon. Organized Starch 1, 1880; capital, $50,000, surplus, $00,000, Interest allowed on time deposits. Ex change bought and sold on all principal points. Special attention given to collec tions. W. J. Fnrnlsh, president; 3. N. Teal, vice-president; T. 3. Morris, cashier. TOE FARMERS' BANK OF WESTON, Weston, Oregon. Does a general banking business. Exchange bought and aold. Collections promptly attended to. R, Jameson, president; Geo. W. Proebstel, vice 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 Jpn. Capital $70,000: surplus, $95,000. Transacts a general banking business. Ex change and telegraphic transfer sold on Chicago, San Francisco, New Tork 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, Ylce-pree-Ident; C. B. Wade, cashier; H. C Guern sey, assistant cashier. FRATERNAL ORDERS. ROYAL NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA Wlldwood Camp, No. 2333, meets second nnd fourth Tuesday of each month in Odd Fellows' hall. Mrs. Ida Holcomb, Oracle; Mrs. Nei..e Bobbins, Recorder. LjIATILLA 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. Kees, Record Keeper; E. D. Esta brook, Commander. PENDLETON LODGE. NO. G2, A. F. and A. M., meets first and third Mondays of each mouth. Waiting brethren welcome. T. J. Tweedy, W. M., Joe H. Parkes, Sec PENDLETON CHAPTER, NO. 28 T. C. Taylor. H. P., F. F. Wamsley, Secretary. Meets first and fourth Friday of each month in Masonic Hall. rntP rnVTHAPTOna AND ' PIONEERS OF THE PACIFIC WIL-pim.f- n .hnrtl "-- Martin Encampment, No. 1. Meets Estimates furnished on snort ...j,. . nAw.h: tt..ii nr, - . T. W . .ntnnl-ln Gnnrnf nrT. I Job work a specialty. Shop on Bluff street near Main IT. CONTRACTOR AND BUILD- tlmates furnished on all kinds of cement walks, stone walls, etc. lean be left at the East Oregonlan PHOTOGRAPHERS. 3WMAN, LEADING PHOTOGRA- the city. Harvest views, in to for sale. Finishing done for Main St., near bridge, mone -ECTRICAL SUPPLIES. DAMON LODGE, NO. 4. KNIGHTS OF Pythias. .7. Nowlin. C. C. ; R. W. Fletcher, K. of R. S. Meets every Mon day In Secret Society Hall. MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA TutuIIla Camp, No. 6399. Meets first and third Mondays of each month at Odd Fellows' Hall. George A. Hamblln, Con' sul; G. A. Bobbins, Clerk. if tmMhr .-' ! k l-WWiM4n i Osiris Wi nil r i ar'-y lilm w I can make him stop loving me?" CHIHE-TH BROS.. COURT STREET, LA Eock. Electricians, dealers In elec pltes. Houses, stores, wired for Ights, bells or telephones. Electri zes of all kinds. Get onr price, ork a specialty. ELECTRICAL WORK8, C. F. ProD. Corner Main and Webb House and bell wiring neatly and done. Give us a trial. All work Phone Red 403, C. F. Klne. )ES, PELTS AND JUNK. GET THE HIGHEST MAR- Kce for your pelts, hides and all Junk, such as rubber, brass, cop- zinc, racs and bottles. Iron of a specialty. Yon can bring In CO forth of rags or ship In $500 hides and will be treated In the ly. We have come here to stay. call and von will be satisfied. L. i Co., office and warehouse next to Hotel, Pendleton, Oregon. Tele- SMITHING AND HORSE SHOEING. IND & SON, 314 WEBB STREET mag of blacksmlthlng and wagon uorsesnoeing a specialty. WOODMEN OF THE WORLD REGULAR meetings of rendieton Camp, No. 41, W. of W., are held In Secret Society Hall Dniuraay evening. visiting nelgn 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 8TAMPB OF ALL KINDS SEND for catalogue. Ferney' Stamp Works, Walla Walla, Wash. EMPLOYMENT BUREAU IF YOU ARE seeding a position, or need help, call on or address J. C. Spoonamore, 220 Court St, t enuieion, uregon. GENERAL REPAIR SHOP. WEBB ST., West of Hotel Eastern. All kinds of re pairing aone nt reasonable prices. BIcy oes, gun ana macnine repairing a special iy. oimiuuas k iionn, proprietors. KELLAR BROTHERS, PLASTERING ana 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 ESTRAYED. NCE & LAND BUSINESS. PARKES, OFFICE COURT BT. M Golden Rule Hotel; land of Ps, such as filing of claims and contests a specialty. IA1LEY, JR., U. S. LAND COM- pw specialty made of land HI- ( proof : Insurance and collections. hndd building, room 10. FROM MY PLACE. ONE MITE BP-T.OW IT, vana Statloii, shout three weeks ago, one red duh, one year oia lust f pnng. Jirnnaea "T, r." on leu hip. Reward will be paid for In lurmnnuii tu to in wnereaoouis. n. z.. nr nart, rendieton. Ore. SECOND-HAND DEALERS. 3ARD AND LODGING. LODGING HOU8E CORNER OF E, KS. on.on s"eets; good large clean th?coi?for,aole beds. Bates 25c and inos.bwart, Prop. SITE in ViSi i g,n room8 Good comfort- vicou, weu xept Mds. ixdging ALTA, CORNER AT.TA AND etS. Board hr tha Am- nv set niM Ya i" "i Xfm v ouu iter wcv&i reed u -7-ii npl., iu LVUUCVllUIL MM iEORGB O'DANIEL, NEW AND SECOND band goods bought and sold. Court Ht, 'jpera Douse block. Call and ee blm. r. 8TROBLE, DEALER IN SECOND band goods. If there la anything yon need In new or second band furniture, tores, granite ware and crockery, call aad let ni prices, iso. ziz court nt. Fn 11 .y tne.?y r we:- Good "fid well Yentllatml mabu; Efl sum. ,ana ,flK,n P iu connectioa. jyAND FEED TABLES. r LIVERJi BOABD AND BALE a. .Y???:. .woprtotor, for ww nmi, Rendieton, teteohoaa l. r... Main ntn ottowoo JL'1, Klrla Cnlr, Pros. Cui BontroN NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Notice Is hereby given that bids will be re ceived Dy me ixunty i;ierr oi umatuia count Orecon. on r before 10 o'clock. A. M.. Jnlv .Ml 1903. for repairs to circuit court room of the county court house, in .accordance with plan nd specifications ere pared by T. F. Howard. arcDiteoi, ana on me ai county ciew one. A deposit of five per cent of the aaaonnt of the wa will Mreqw read eacn maaer,fo oe for feited to Umatilla county If the racceMfnl biaaer mils to enter into contract a required by the county court of said county. The court reserve the right to reject .ny and an Dias. By order of County Court W. D. CHAMBERLAIN, qterk. N0TICB.-BIDS FOR WOOD FOR UMA T1LLA CODNTY. Notice 1 hereby given that bid will .be re ceired by the County Clerk of iCmatlUa connty p to 12 o'clock, M., on July 6tb, lKtf, for fur nbhlBg 130 corai of ound four foot fir wood, est from green timber; 90 .cords to be delivered at the county court house, and 40'cords to be delivered at the county hospital; Mid wood to b delivered on or bafo'e November lit. .1902. The cert reserve tne ncnt to reject any ana Local Market Prices. The following shpws 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, IVbC New potatoes, 3c per pound. Potatoes, per cwt, $1.50 to $L75. Garlic1 VWi 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 $3. Ducks, per doz., $3.75. Pigeons, per doz., $1.50. Eggs, jjic In trade. Butter, 25c and 50c per roll. Choice Beef Cattle, Etc Cowb, per hundred, $3.10. Steers, r4.25$4.50. Hogs, live, 5c. Hogs, dressed, 6c. Calves, dressed, 78c. Pendleton Retail Grooery Prices. Sugar Cane granulated, best, $5.25 per sack; do., 16 lbs, $1. Coffee Mocha and 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, d l-3c pqr lb. Salt Coarse, 75c per 100; table $2.20 per 100. Flour, B. B. $3.25 per bbl. Flour, Walter's $3.26 per bbl. Skins, Hides, Pelts. Portland, July 1. Sheepskins Shearlings, 1520c; short wool, 25 35c; medium wool, 30G0c; long wool, 60c$l each. Hides Dry hides, No. 1, 16 pounds and up, lbl&c per pound; drp kip, Nc. 1, 6 to 15 pounds, 12c; dry calf, No. 1, under 5 pounds, 10c; dry salt ed bulls and stags, one-third less than dry flint; salted hides, steers,, sound, 60 pounds and over, 89c; 50 to 60 pounds, 7!y8c; under 50 pounds and cows, 7c: stags and bulls, sound, 65'c; kip, sound, 15 to 20 pounds, 7c; veal, sound, 10 to 14 pounds, 7c; calf. Bound, under 10 pounds, 8c; green, (unsalted), lc per pound less; culls, lc per pound less; horse bides, salted, each, $1.5002; dry. each. $1 1.50; colts' hides, each. 25060c: goat skins, common, each, 10 015c; Ango ra, with wool on. each. 25c$l. reits Bear sldna as to size. No. 1. eacn, iojpzu; cubs. $205: badger. each, 10040c; wildcat, 26050c; bouse cat, dqpioc; fox, common gray, each, 3050c; do red, each. $1.6002: do cross, each, $516; do silver aa4 black, each. $1000200: faker, each. $56; lynx, each, $203; mink, strict ly No, l, each, 60c$l.W; martes, pale pine, according to size and color, BALTIMORE AND OHIO. Classified Advertisements COUNT 8IX AVERAGE WORDS TO THE LINE. TWO LINES. tlmeA 1Bo times 20c week 30o Extra lines: .10 centa each week; 25 centa a Una par month. THREE LINES. 1 time 2 times 1 week .SO HOTELS. HOTEL PENDLETON VAN DRAN BROS., Props. The Best Hotel In Pendleton and as good as any. an bide Byora erof the Count Court. . W. V. ciIAMHKKLAin, ujer. NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION. Kotlce is hereby Riven that the co-partner-ship heretofore exiitlng between the under, lgned 1 hereby dissolved by mutual consent. Both will continue In the practice o( law In Pendleton, and either will complete any unfin ished business of the firm. raieton Gregory l&y , BEAN 8TEPIIKN A. LOWELL. One Hundred and Seventy-Nine Bat tles Fought on or Adjacent to the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad. (The Baltimore & Ohio railroad and the Civil War, 1SG1-1865.) It was the most desirable point of van tage coveted by both federal and confederate armies. In May, 1861, 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 the advantage, the federal government established block houses along the railroad from the Monocacy to the Ohio river, besides the forts at Win chester, Harper's Ferry, Cumberland, Piedmont and Wew Creek (Keyser). The Br & O. was the base of opera tions for the federal army for nearly four years and from which the gov ernment could not take advance lino earlier than-November, 1804. The B. & O. was the means of communlca tion between the west and tho army of the Potomac, and was constantly in a continual state of selge. Har per's Ferry, the key to the Shenan doah valley, first famed through the fanaLcal attempt of John Brown, in defying the laws and customs of his country, was captured and re-captured eight times in three years. The government arsenal and armories which were located thoro were do ntroyed by the government to prevent capture. One hundred and seventy riine battles of greater or less im portance were fought on or adjacent to the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad, not taking into consideration tho in numerable skirmishes. All througfi-trans from St. Louis, Louisville, Cincinnati, Chicago, Co lumuuB, Cleveland, Wheeling and Pittsburg to the east run via Wash ington. Send stamp for battlefield map. D. B. Martin, Manager Pacson ger Traffic, Baltimore, Md.; B. N Austin, General Passenger Agont, Chicago, III. Headquarters for Traveling Men. Commodious Sample Rooms. Rates $2 per day. Special rates by week or month. Excellent Cuisine, Every flodern Convenience. Bar aad Billiard Room in Connection Only Three Blocks from Depot. GOLDEN ROLE HOTEL. Comer Court and Johuson Street!, Pendleton, Oregon, M. F. Kelly, Proprietor. HEATED BY STEAM. LIGHTED BY ELECTRICITY American Plan, rate 11.25 to 2.00 a day, Kuropo&n plan, 50c, 76c, 11.00 Special rutcn by week or month Free Bus Meets all Trains. Commercial Trade Solicited. Fine Sample Rooms Special aileron given Country Trade. S1.50&2; muakrata,, large, eacb. t 10c; skunk, eaah, 40Mc; civet or polecat, eacn, evitc; tier, for large If a Man Lie to You. And say some other salvo, olnt ment, lotion, oil or alleged healer Ih as good as Bucklin's Arnica Salve, tell him thirty years of marvelous cures of Piles, Burns, Boils, Corns Felons, Ulcers, Cuts, Scalds, Bruises and Skin Eruptions prove it's the best and cheapest. 25c at Tallman & Co.', drug store, , Don't Uae Too Many Words. Multiplication of words Increaaea the expense and decreases the effec tiveness of advertising. Say what you have to say in aa few words aa It can be taid then stop. By so doing you can set what you want to say In larger typo, ao that It will command the attention of more readers than would a wordy discourse set in small type. At bedtime I take a pleasant herb anna, toe next morning I reel bright aad my complexion la better. My doctor says that It acta, gently on the stomach, liver and kidneys aad la a pleasant laxative; s it la made from herbs, and la prepared aa easily aa tea. It la called Lane's Medicine. prime skins, each, 6(97; panther, ' Lane's Family Medicine moves the with head aad claws perfect, each, i bpwejs each day. Price 26c and SOc. $2 3; raccoon, for large prime, each; Vpr sale by Tallmaa 4b -Co., 'sole 30C0c; wolf, mountain, with head ' agents, perfect, each, $3.5006; wolf, prairie,' For Sale Cheap I (coyote), without head, each, 800 One IMoot combined harvester. 35c; wolverine, each, f437; beaver,' One K-foot steel frame header. One per skin, large, $5j6; do medium, $3. mower and rake. For particulars ad- 4; do smau, iai.&u; ao juis, dress or Inquire of R. Lain. Peadle- readers at th 7bc. - 'ion, Oregon. II SI. M QEO. DARVEAU, Prey. Elegantly Furnished Steam Heated Ewf-epeaa Plaa. Black aad a half f reas depot. lenayla Reem la ceaaeetJea. Ioom Rate 56c, 75c, I1.M Saving's Bank Free 42 END YOUR ADDRHM TO the Pacific Newspaaer Unlen. 97 Market 8t, San Franclaee, aad secure free, a beautiful Nickel 8av Insa Sank, also full particulars ra gardlag the new Three Volume 10t international Encyclopaedic Diction ary which Is now being furnished to readers of tL Daner for ojiIv Five j Cents a Day. ' TRANSPORTATION LINES. OREGON Shot line Union Pacific narART Time Sehedula Aaam ron Frjim Pendleton rao Chicago Salt Lake, Denyer, Ft i'ortlaud Worth, Omaha, Kan Special aMCtty.BtLoult.Oht.SMa.si, 5 -JO p m cago and XaiU Tta flunt laiton. Atlantis Salt Lake, Denver, Ft. Kxpreaa Worth, Omaha, Can 6 1 a.m. MkSCUy,St.Loula,Oht-UUfl a.B. via Hunt- cacoaudKaat. Ington. Bt. Paul Walla Walla, Lewliton, Fait Mall Hpokane.Wallace.rnll 8.1&a. m. man, Mlnncapolli, Bt. saOp. ra. via Paul, Duluth, Hllwau Bpokaue. koe, Chicago and Kt. Ocean and River Schedule. KHOM rOItTLANI). All tailing datci lubjeot to change. 8:00 p. m, For Ban Francisco I p. m. Ballerory 6 day. ""Hilly ! except Columbia River Biinday 4 p tn H p. m. To AitorU and Way Sunday Baturd&y Ijincltngi. 10 p. m. Wlllamotto River Roati leavo Portland dally, except Sunday. (sUKootwator permitting) lor Willamette aad Yamhill Ulver polnti.' Eoto Illparla 4:05 a. nt. Dallr Kxcpl Mon Snake River RlparU to Lewliton. Leave Lewlatoa 7:00 a. ra. Dally Kxcpt Mor F. F. WAMBLKY, Agent, 1'endleton. Washington & Columbia River Railroad Take this route for For Chicago, Bt. Paul, Ht, Louis, Kan Baa uity, hi. joe, umaim, aua All Points East and Sooth Portland and points on the Sound TIMK OAHD. Leave Pendleton, dally exce?1 BnHyi at 700. pra. Ajnvo J-endteton Monday, Wedneiday aad Friday 13 AS ptn. Arrive Pendleton Tuesday. Thnnday ad Baturday lO:6Bamj Leave Walla Walla dally, eait bound 800 p. Arrive Walla Walla dally wet bound 1S-05 aa. For Information regarding rate and acoon. uodattoni, call on or addrci VY. ADAMB, Agent. I'endlflton, Uregon 8, B.OALDKUHKAn.a.P. A., Walla Walla, Waih, RUNS Pullman Sleeping Cars Elegnnt Dining Cars, Tourist Sleeping Cars rBT. PAUL MINNKAPOLI8 DULUTH TO i GRAND FORKH UltOOlCBTON WINNKPJEG HELENA and SUITE, THROUGH TICKETS TO OHIOAGO WABHINGTON PHILADELPHIA NEW YORK BOSTON and all pointa East and South .aivuin wHii w ;imb aea uaiaa. via TaeeMB and MartkM iCia VJ'JlK XT aad Asm rlcan line. F ' TlBll ICSIBHLa. i?" Mlf WWH aaaday dbrteB, O-raMB. m a. D. f575C7or Tkly J aa Merriaea Ita.. FerUaaa. Dim. ""-"'Mf T"T mill hi '