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COUNT SIX AVERAQI WORDS TO THE LINE.
Less Aat as ana
SESSIONS AND TRADES ALPHABETICALLY ARRRANQED.
nnr.n. OFFICE IN JUUU
Office hours, 10 to 12 a. n
t TV. DESPAIN IIL.UUK,
' rorrccts eye -troubles, catar
n nnd Impaired hearing
ctly fitted for refractive er-
6 RMITH. OFFICE UVBB xiita
t SnvlncB bank. Telephone 80;
Mepbone 81. .
BANKS AND BROKERS.
first national bank of atiikna.
Oregon. Capital, $50,000 surplus anfl
profits, $0000. Interest on time deposits.
Deals In forelfm and domestic exchange.
Collections promptly attended to. Henry
Aaams, presiuent; x Jt KirK, Tice-presl
dent: E. Ii. Barnett, cashier; F. 8. 2
Grow, assistant cashier.
THE TENDLETON SAVINGS BANK,
l-enuieion, uregon. urganizcd JJarcn l,
1889; capital, J50.000, snrplns, ?S0,000,
Interest allowed on time deposits. Ex
change boacbt and sold on all nrlnclnal
points. Special attention given te collec
tions. . j. Furnish, president: 1. N.
nr.uv. M. D., JIOMEOPATH-
Telephone:. Office, black Teal, Tlce-presldent ; T. J. Morris, cashier.
Tit nnnaR. PHYSICIAN AND
Office, room 20, Jndd building.
' 72. icefiiaenco ruirap xcu
FATJL, ROOM ,17 A8S0CIA
Tpltnhone Main 83; real-
hone, black 101.
on. Specialties eye. r, auw
office In SaTlngs Bank bnllO-
Office one block west
diseases nnd disease of wo-
Iotel Pendleton; cor. Water
Pendleton, ure. rnone
NINE. ERWIN BAKER, Prop.
fMaln 79. Stand in -front of
IAN, DENTIST, OFFICE IN
DENTIST, OFFICE IN A8-
block, over Bcnmiats new
THE 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,
rice president: J. K. Kllgore, cashier: dl
rectors, G, A. Hartman, M. M. Joins. T, J,
Price, G. D. Graw, J. F. Kllgore, Robert
Jameson, u. w. iToebstei.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF PENDLE-
ton. Capital 170,000; surplus, $95,000.
rransacts a general banklnr business. Ex
change and telegraphic transfers sold on
Chicago, Ban Francisco, New York and
principal points In the northwest Drafts
drawn on China. Japan and Europe. Make'
collections on reasonable terms. Levi An-
keny, president; W. F, Matlock, Tlce-presldent;
C. B. Wade, cashier; H. C Guern
sey, assistant cashier.
ROYAL NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA
Wlldwood Camp, No. 2333, meets second
end fourth Tuesdny of each month in Odd
Fellows' hall. Mrs. Ida Flolcomb, Oracle;
Mrs. Nci.e Robblns, Recorder.
b.ilATlLLA TENT, NO. 27, K. O. T. M.
Meets in secret Society Hall, second
and fourth Tuesdays In each month. All
risking Sir Knights cordially Invited. J.
S. Kees, Record Keeper; E. D. Esta brook,
iCTS AND BUILDERS.
ARD. 'ARCHITECT AND STJ-
nt. mnkp rnmnlete and relt-
or buildings In the .city or
om it juaa Duiiamg.
COKE. CONTRACTORS AND
fEstlmntes furnished on short
: work a specialty. Prompt
bp on muff street near ainin.
CONTRACTOR AND BUILD-
is furnished on all kinds ot
it walks, .stone walla, etc.
left atthe East Oregonlati
IAN, LEADING FHOTOGBA-
iie city. Harvest, news, ,in-
for sale. Finishing done for
fain St., near bridge. .Phone
COURT STREET. LA
Electricians, dealers In elec
Honses, stores, wired tor
belts -or telephones. Electrl-
ef all kinds. Get our prices.
PELTS AND JUNK.
SET THE HIGHEST MAR.
i for your pelts, hides and all
seen as rnoDcr. nrass, cop-
nc. rags and bottles. Iron- of-
specialty. Yon can bring In BO
9 or -rags or snip -in eouu
dee and will M treated, .In the.
-we hare come nere to stay.
All and you will be satisfied. L.
office and warenonse next to
1. Pendleton, Oregon. Tele-21.
SE & LAND BUSINESS.
MIKES. OFFICE .COURT ST.
rGoIden Rule Hotel; .landpf
, each as i filing iot clalmflwaiid
ontests va specialty i-j,
PENDLETON LODGE, NO. 52, A. F. and
A. M., meets first and third Mondays of
each mouth. iVIeltlng brethren welcome.
T. J, Tweedy, W. M., Joe H. Parkes, Sec
PENDLETON CHAITER, 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 Hendrlck's Hall. Mrs.
L. F. nmpkln. Secretary.
DAMON LODGE, NO. 4. KNIGHTS OF
Pythias. J, i'. Nowlln. C. C. ; R. W.
Fletcher, IC. of It. u 8. Meets every Mon
day la Secret Society Hall.
MODERN32, WOODMEN OF AMERICA
Tntullla Camp," No. C3D0. Meets first
and third Mondays of each month at Odd
Fellows' Hall. George A. Hamblln, Con
sul; G. A. Robblns, Clerk.
WOODMEN OF THE W.ORLD 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, a C.
BOOT AND SHOE REPAIRERS.
JOHN WILSON, FIRST CLASS SHOE
maker and "repairer. Best material used
and good work done, Shop 117 Alta
PENDLETON MACHINE 8HOP AND FOUN
dry Baltexore &How proprietors. Black
jtmlthlng and general Jobbing. Iron and brass
-castings. All kinds of machinery repairs.
u w i.
Mrs. Monkey I xintterstand that Mr. Kangaroo is learning to play tt
Mr. Monkey Yes; It's an awful blow to the family.
1 tlm ...1So
2 time 20o
1 week SOe
2 times ,
Extra, line: .10 centa each week; 25 cents a Una per month.
MUSKMELONS ARE NOW
ON THE MARKET.
First Appeared on Tuesday and Sell
at 20 Cents Each Cabbage Goes
Down and Eggs Go Up Other
Muskmelons are now on the mar
Ttet. The first of these delicious
fruits arrived In town Tuesday and
are on sale at the various grocery
stores at 20 cents apiece. Watermel
ons -will he on the market In a few
Very few changes are noticed in
up for immediate requirements.
Prices for club wheat aro C5e; blue
stem, 67C8c; valley, 66c. per bushel.
Wheat In San Francisco.
San Francisco, July 10. The local
wheat market is rather quiet, Thero
is very little doing and shippers
purchaso sparingly. Moro Interest Is
now directed to the harvest field,
where work is being pushed rapidly
ahead. Yields reported so far aro
fully up to expectations above tho
average in quantity and quality ex
cellent. Quotations for. No, 1 ship
ping remain steady at $1.13 01.51
for shipping qualities, milling $1.16
1.20 jer cental.
Omaha, July 10. Cattle Market
best strong; others, unchanged. Na
tive steers, $58.25; cows and hell-
the local markets. Cabbage has'ers, $3.25S; Western steers, $4.75
GENERAL REPAIR SHOEWEBB ST.
West of Hotel Eastern. All kinds of re
pairing done at reasonable prices. Blcy
cles,-. gun and machine repairing a special
ty. Simmons & Bonn, proprietors.
UORRES TO PASTURE TIMOTHY, ORCHARD
and brome grasses; good pasture: plenty of
running wilier, i erms rensonaoie. w-ju. Host
. JR.. U. S. LAND COM-
-Specialty made of land 01
; insurance and collections,
building, room 10.
HD AND LODGING.
LODOINO noiISFL ffll flODTH
it T Bradlev. nron. ' Hoilaekeen-
ld lodetnp rnnmn. nond rnmfort.
uu ciean, well Kept Decs, ixtagiug
DOIKO nnnsKrnRKER nr
fjQnnpon streets; good large clean
tumiuriRDie oens. itaics zdc ana
ino. Smart, -Prop.
pTA, CORNER ALTA AND
Hoard jby tbe day ore week.
. Rates X4 'and XS Tter' week.
cea xara In connection. Ii.
etor. , r ' - '
xa Dy the day or week.' ,Clpo4
uu wen ventilated -room ;
board and lodcrtn IK nr
""" m CQaneeaoa. ,
AND FEED STABLES.
- g i; &
. SALES Yian v onEB.
oent siva br ;lti par
-KiVBRy, BOABJ) AND BALK!
wuic iu Alt etreet.
AL BTABLRfl A -W -wwkra
"2- Fd ,nd .Wdtaf. AMI
70- Blvla Cral, Fray.
KRASSia . ... .
OLD NEWSPAPERS TO PUT -UNDER
carpets, on' shelves, nails, or for wrap
ping purposes. Old newspapers In large
bundles of 100 eacb at 25 centa at bundle
at the TOAST OREGONIAN office, Pendle
KELLAR BHOTUBR8, PKA8TERINQ
ana cementing. Cement walss a aoeclal
ty. Estimates furnished free. Work guar.
uuieeu. ijkimk urn era at jaiey m plan
ner's cigar store. Main St,. P. O. box 104.'
WANTED, COOK CALL AT ALTA HOU8Ei
WANTED A GIRL TO DO GENERAL HOUSE--
wotk a un cooKing. uooq wages. HmaU rarn-
uy. Appiy ui mis omce.
WANTED TO RENT PART OF HOUSE IN
good location for light bouiekeeping by lady
FOR SALE OR TRADE. GOOD COVE BED
wagon suitable for delivery or for going
wnpiPK'iu lu ai juarun's ranuiy
FOR SALEGOOD MILCH COW. ENQUIRE
BABBITT METAL. BtWT,, .IN, THS
worlaia bare. rW'$l serUr, at 9m
eik urecoaiaD one.
Vs aru- inr n w cur 'tiit.v mfti w II A-
iraoa StMIoiiTalpora Hre weUao. ojpeV
fc-ril,- one year ld Msfspriogr'Branald''4' i
V" on lull hln. Reward wlfl be nald for 1 1.
IBOBM VDANIEL, NEW AWD BCOND
r. BTROBLB, DEALER IN
kaaa ceMhi. If tbere 'u
Me i i . mw ri irnne uni
t9tiniilte ware aa erocfcTi'aM m
LACK8MITHINQ AND hfORSE-
i A h6eing:
COPBLAN&v ft BON, 814 1fBl STREET
dropped from 4 cents to 3 "cents per
pound and new potatoes have drop
ped a half cent. They have been
quoted at 3 cents per pound until the
last few days, when they fell to 2
Eggs have advanced a notch. They
have been retailing at 15 cents, but
today are quoted at 20 cents. This
takes them almost out of reach for
table use and the beef -steak will
again adorn their places on the
breakfast table until they become
cheaper. This is not likely until fall
and perhaps they will not see an
other drop until next spring, at which
season they always become a drug
on the market. A great many eggs
have been shipped out from Pendle
ton during the past few months. They
go to Portland and from there are
shipped to different places for con
sumption. Meats, sugar, coffee, salt and flour
remain the same.
Local Market Prices.
The following shows tho prices
paid on the local market:
Strawberries, 10c per t box.
Toniatoes, 10 cents per pound.
Peaches, 10 cents per pound.
" AprlcotSj 10 cents per pound.
Cherries, $1.75 per crate.
Plums, three boxes for 25c.
Parsnips, 75c per sack.
Cabbage, 33c per pound.
Cheese, per pound, 20c.
Onions, per cwt, $1.50 to $2.
Green onions, 25c doz.
Beets, per lb, lc.
New Potatoes, 2c per pound.
Potatoes, per cwt, $1.50 to $1.75.
Garlic1 c per lb.
Pendleton Live Stock and Poultry.
Chickens, hens, per doz., $2.50 to
Turkeys, per lb., 10c.
Geese, per doz., $9.
Spring Chickens, per doz., $2,50 and
pucks,, j.er doz., $3.76.
Pigeons, per doz., $i.50.
Eggs; 20c in trade.' r-'
Butter, 25c and 50c per roll. ,
, Choice Beef Cattle,. Etc .
Cows, per hundred, $3.10.
Steers; $3.8033.90. , .
Hogs, live, $5.25.
Hogs, dressed, 7c.
Calves, dressed, 89c.
Pendleton Retali- Grocery" Price.
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.
,RiceBest,,Uead,,rice,.;l2 &c per lb;
next grade. 6 l-3c per lb;
Sugar Cane granulated, bJit,
$5.25 per sack; do., 16 lbs, $1.
"Salt Coarse, 75c per 100; tahJe
$2.20 per 100.
Flour, B. B, $3.26 per bbl.
tFlour, Walter $3.25 per bbL
Wheat In Portland.
Portland, July 10. The Commer
cial Review, In-its lajsue '.today, says
of wheat;. Tie wieat market
ima, notniBc ocrcoaseaaen.ee coming
ia'anJ"very Httlel8 going out. "Val
ue are wholly. OBiljiaJ There ar
nut two grain vessels In port; both
win probably pass out in a fortnight
It Is doubtful If 'the crop thfa year
will come up to the large yield, of
lat year, uut it win do in excess or
the average owa$Jf t the Increased
acreage. Fields In whitman county
that last April) looked dubious give
premise of a crop. In heran coun
ty the late rains have been very bese
flclal to the spring grain and there !
no .doubt pthlpZMjQvaU raise
5.75: Texas steers, $4.405.50; can-
ners, $1.753; stoclters and feeders,
$2.75(5.25; calves, $25; y bulls,
sUgs, etc., $2.505.25.
Hogs Market shade lower; heavy,
$7.857.95; mixed. $7.8537.95; light,
$7.C07.80; pigs, $G.507.50; bulk of
Sheep Market steady; fed mutr
tons, $3.504; Westerns, $3.753.95;
ewes, $23; canners and stockers,
$1.503; lambs, $3.75C75.
VAN DRAN BROS., Props.
The Be$t Hotel In Pendleton
and ai good as any.
Headquarters for Traveling Men.
Commodioas Sample Rooms.
Rates $2 per day.
Special rates by week or month.
Every nodern Convenience.
Bar and Billiard Room in Connection
Chicago, July 10. Cattle Market,
steady to strong. Good to prime
steers, $7.75 8.70; poor to medium,
$4.507.75; stockers and feeders,
$2.505; cows, $1.505.50; hoifors,
$2.50G; canners, $1.402.50; bullB,
$2.f.05.50; calves, $2.506.50; Texas-fed
Hogs -Market steady; 5c lower.
Mixed' and butchers, $7.308.05;
good to choice heavy, $7.9008.20;
rough heavy, $7.107.75; light, $7
7.90; bulk of sales, $7.50 8.05.
Sheep Market for sheop, strong
er; lambs, lower. Good to choice
wethers. $0.4006.90; fair to -choico
mixed, $2.503.40; Western sheep,
2.503.80; ndtive lambs, $3G.50.
Boston, July 10. Wool dealers
here wear cheerful faces as the prices
aro firm and the market continues to
have a fairly active demand. Tho
market Ib firm for territory wools.
The Oregon wools aro arriving and
nro going on a modorate market at
about 15 to 17c Fine Nevada has
sold on the scoured basis of 52c, and
the range for flno Idaho and Montana
is given at 50 to 53c. Fine medium
wools are in strong demand at 450
47c, clean, and sales of medium on
the basis of 40c have heen liberal,
while scoured medium has been de
manded at around 40c, with a good
sized line of No,. 1 Now Mexican
taken at 42c. California wools aro
In steady demand and thero la a firm
tone to the maluwi..
Skins, Hides, Pelta.
Portland, July 10. BheepskinB
Shearlings, 1520c; short wool, 25
35c; medium wool, 30C0c; long
wool, G0c$l each.
Hides Dry hides, No. 1, 16 pounds
and up, 15155c per pound; drp kip,
No, 1, 5 to 15 pounds, 12c; dry calf,
No. 1, under 5 pounds, 10c; dry malt
ed bulls and stags, one-third less than
dry flint; salted hides, steers, sound,
GO pounds and over, 8 9c; 50 to 60
pounds, 7V&28c; undqr 50 pounds
and cows, 7c; stags and bulls, souqd,
55c; kip, sound, '16 to 20 pounds.
7c; veal, sound, 10 to 14 pounds, 7c;
calf, sound, under 10 pounds, 8c;
green, (unsalted), lc per pound less;
culls, lc per pound less; horse hides)
salted, eacb, $1.5002; dry, eacb, $10
1.50; colts' bides, eacb, 25060c; goat
skins, common, each, 10O15c; Ango
ra, with wool ob, eacb, 2c$l.
Pelts Bear' sklBa aa to size, No. 1,
eacb, $5 020; cubs, $205; badger,
each, 1040cf wlldcaL 2C60c; house
cat, 50ioc; fox, common gray, eacb,
30050c; do red, each, $10; do
cross, eacb, $6016; do silver aad
blacX eacb, $1000200; gsher. eacb.
$50.6; lynx, eacb, $203; mlsk, strict
ly No. l, eacii, &OC011.6O: atartes.
paie pine, accordisg to size and color,
$1.50(D2; muskrats, large, eacb,
10c; skunk, eacb, 40060c: civet or
polecat, eaca, 60 lie; otter, for large
prime swbs, eaea, $607; pastaer,
with bead,. a4 claws perfect, each,
$208; raccoon, for large prime, eaefc,
30050c; wolf, mountain, with bead
perfect, each, $8.6006; wolf, prairie.
'(coyote), without bead, eacb, 300,
36c woIveHc'f eacb$407i Bearer.
per skB, large, $50j8; do uedlun, i
Only Three Blocks from Depot.
GOLDEN RULE HOTEL.
Corner Court and Johnton Btrceti,
, I'endlcton, Oregon,
M. F. Kolly, Proprlotor.
HEATED BY STEAM.
LIGHTED BY ELECTRICITY
American Plan, ratei J1.26 to 2.00adaj,
Kuropcan plan, 600, 7So, 11.00
Special raU bjr week or month
Free Bus Meets all Trains. '
Commercial Trade Solicited,
Floe Sample Rooms
Special attention given Country Traae
a BO. DARVBAU, Fres.
Enrefeaa Flaa. " '
gaW0i( sMNI 0 fefttf faNMB
i ReMi la cesmeetJesj.
Rmci Rtffr r-. iM,7BifU'M
ainas. facfV; TVV v aaimMB, v
04; do siialJ, $101.60; do kits, 609
tllla .coiintir. J-enoxts JBdicate a mw
.era Oregon that suffered a shortage
Jn;i001. will produce good crops, as 5 yVxma's work In Germdny
LrBqrts -from every county Jadicatearly always paid, .one-third to one
',thls! ' Farmers are -selling very lit. Jialf lower than, man's work. Its
rtlofof, their grain, at, present and. ex; quality is aeiuom equal to that of
porters are, an preuy wen biockcu wi iub, wumuu,
fiffi Short line
DtfAT Time SeheauU aaatrs
o Prest PenSletoa re
Chicago. Salt Lak, Denver. tU
Portland Worth) Omaka, Kan
Spoolal aaa Cltr, 8t Lonla, Obi- M a. M.
530 pa cagoand Kaat.
Atlantic Salt Lake, Denver, fx.
Kxpreu Wortb, Omaha, Kan.
5:lS a. m. iMCIty, Bt.Louli,chl-11:10 p. m.
via Iluut- cago and Kait.
HI. l'Mil Walla Walla, Lewliton.
Paat Mall Hpokano,Wallaco,Iult.
8.16 a. m. mat;, Mlnncapoll, fit. irMp. ta.
via 1'aul, Duluth, Mllwau
Spokane, kco, Chicago and aiu
Ocean and River Schedule.
All tailing datei tubject
80 p.m. For Ban Krucl'CO ( p. m,
Ball every & dav.
ozcopt Columbia River
8 p. m. To Ailoria and Way Sunday
10 p.m. j
Boati leave Portland dally, exropt Hnnday.
(utago ol water pormltlliig) (or Willamette and
Yamhill Hlvor polnti.
Loavo I lieava
Hlparla Snake Hlvor Lewlitoa
A"a. m. 7:ooa. m.
Dally Klparla to Lewliton, Dally
Exopt Hon Kicpt Met
F. F. WAM8LKY, Agent, I'endleton.
For Chicago, St. Paul, St. Louis, Kani f
sas City, Ht. Joe, Omaha, and
All Points East and South
Portland and points
on the Sound
Leave Pendleton, dally except Sundays l
70. pm. f
Arrive rendition Monday, Wednwday sad
Arrive Pendleton Tueiday, Thnnday Mia
Saturday 1U:M ami
Leave Walla Walla dally, cant bound 8:00p.i
Arrive Walla Walla dally weit bound It 6 aa.
For lutormatlon regarding rate and aceaei.
modatlom, call ou or addri
' W. ADAMS, Agent.
H. ii. CALDKlllIKAD, O. V. A..
Walla Walla, Wuh,
11 ' 1 i
Pullman Sleeping Cars.
Elegrmt Dinisi Cn,lA. f
HJCLENA md w
THROUGH ) TICKJET8 TQ
and all points East and geatk
Taroega tloxeu ie jaaea aad Okiaa, via 4
Teem and MortkerB Aellt mmmSSi oZ)
wu iMvs rwUtetes tally
St 7 300 p. n.
war nnair iium.iiAa. uw.
iui om.fi,Mu, -i nks bv oikr. lUAwe
'!'..' l'rlulHm TllHaiaU
smum s swswi bu., f ttmm. oie,