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Easiness Cards and Societies I
PROFESSIONS AND TRADES ALPHABETICALLY ARRRANQED. I
COUNT SIX AVERAGE WORDS TO THE LINE.
G. COLE. OFFICE JN JUDD
DBhnlldlng Offlce hour., 10 to 12 a. m. :
x to 6 P. m- JTelepbone. 77.
rTMILkEIU M. D., DE8PAIN BLOCK,
and corrects 'eye trouble., cater
f conditions and Impaired hearing.
,$aiiM corectly fitted for refractive er
ror!. ,rC J. SMITH OFFICE OVER THE
D Pendleton Savings bank. Telephone 80;
.residence telephone 81
iTl? "oAKFIELD. M. 1)., HOMEOPATH
lc 'puyfllclnn and Surgeon. Offlce In
indd building. Telephone: Offlce. black
t: residence, black 24.
DR. WILLIAM HOUSE. PHYSICIAN AND
suraeon. Offlce, room 20, Judd building.
Pbone? Main 72. Residence Jhone Bed 28.
nn. D J. M'FAUL, ROOM 17 A8SOCIA
tion block. Telephone Main V3 ; real
Once telephone, black 161.
ntt T M. HENDERSON, THYBICIAN
and Surgeon. Specialties eye. ear. nose
Md throat. Offlce In Savings Bank build
ing. Phone Main 88.
Keyes A Keye.
Offlce one block weat
mi LYNN K. BLAKE8LBE. CHRONIC
and nervous diseases and diseases of wo
ven. Opp Hbtel Pendleton, cor. Water
2nd Main St.. Pendleton. Ore. Phone
ft A. VATJOHAN, DENTIST, OFFICE IN
S A. MANN, DENTIST,OFFICB IN AB
'flOCIATION block, over Schmidt's new
ARCH ITECTS- ANDBU I LDERS.
f. F. HOWARD. ARCHITECT AND su
perintendent, makes complete and reli
able plans for buildings In the city or
eouatry. Room 17 Judd building.
FHEEK & COLE, CONTRACTORS AND
builders. Estimates furnished on short
otlce. Job work a specialty. Prompt
service. Shop on Bluff street near Main.
D. A. MAY, CONTRACTOR AND RUILR
er. Estimates furnished on all kinds of
masonry, cement walks, stone walls, etc.
Orders can be left at the East Oregonlnn
W. 8. BOWMAN. LEADING PHOTOGRA
niter of the city. Harvest view. In
lan photos for sale. Finishing done for
amateurs. Main Bt, near bridge. Pbone
UAPLE RROS.. COURT STREET, LA
Dow block. Electricians, dealers In elec
trical snplles. Houses, stores, wired for
Slectrlc lights, bells or telephone. Blectrl
ill wn2. nf nil kinds. Get onr price.
nepalf work a specialty.
INSURANCE & LAND BU8INE88.
JOE H. PARKE8, OFFICE CQURT ST.
Opposite Golden Rule Hotel; land of
Ice business, such as filing of claim and
Initiating contests a specialty.
JOHN HAILPY, JR., U. 8. LAND' COM
mlssloner Specialty made of land fll
feflgs and proof; Insurance and collection.
Offlce In Jndd building, room 16.
BOARD AND LODGING.
THE STRAnON ROOMING nOUSE. MAIN
St., Mrs. R. A. Strnhon, prop. Nice lnrpe
well kept rooms In. new building, with
good clean beds.
THE WHITE .LODGING HOUSE, 301
South Main street, M., T. Bradley, prop.
Housekeeping rooms" nnd lodging rooms.
Good comfortable rooma nnd clean, well
kept beds. Lodging 25 cents.
EMPIRE LODGING HOUSE, CORNER OF
B., Court aud Johnson streets; goods
large, clean rooms with comfortable beds.
Rates 25c and 50c a night. Thos. Smart,
HOI KL ALT A, CORNER ALTA AND
Mill street. Board by the day or week.
Good table set. Rate $4 and $5 per week.
Pendleton Feed Yard In connection. I.
CABS AND CARRIAGES.
RUBBER TIRE HACK, NEW AND VERY
latest style, for the service of the public.
C. D. Cnrlln and Jas. S. McKay, props.
Call at the Commercial Livery Stable or
telephone Main 10 and the hack will call
CITY CAB LINE, ERWIN BAKER, Prop.
Telephone Main 70. Stand In front of
trench restaurant ,
LIVERY AND FEED 8TABLE8.
THE OLD 8RMPLE FEED YARD, 723 COTTON
. wood Htreet. Llndsey Jfc Doty Props. Livery,
leed and sale stable Good turnouts. Saddle
hones at al times. Horses for salo.
o. k. feedTnd sales YARD. H. CHES
nut, prop., 010 Aura St., bet. Webb and
Alta. "O. K." treatment given horses left
In our care.
HB CITY LIVERY, BOARD AND SALE
Stable, M. J. Carney, proprietor, for
8ne tnrnont. Stable 118 Alta treet
COMMEIUCAL STABLES, G. W. FROOME
Prop. Livery, Feed and Boarding. Aw
wads of turnout. Competent driver. Op
gUe notel Pendleton, telephone 16.
DEPOT LIVERY FBBD AND BALES
Stable. First claaa single and double
for all occasion. 627 Cottonwood
t, Phone Main 70- Elvln Craig, Prop.
OHEaON FEED YARD, W. T. BOYNTON
.i.ifop' Special care given to hone left
Kb. me. Lower Webb Street, Phone Bed
&LACK8MITHING AND HOR8E
COIjELAND & SON FOR WHEAT SACKS.
ineapest and beat. In town. 814 Wobb St.
BOOT AND 8H0E REPAIRERS.
JOHN WILSON, FIRST CLASS BHOB
tn? rJand "Plrer, Beat material used
street Wtk done" 8hop UT A,U
BANKS AND BROKERS.
fIRST NATIONAL BANK OF ATHENA.
Oregon. Capital, $50,000 surplus and
grouts. fllGiifi. Interest on time deposits.
UealB In foreign and domestic exchange
Joilectlons promptly attended to. Henry
J. AdaniB, president ; T. J. Kirk, vlce-nresl-lent;
E. L. Barnett, cashier; F. 6. Le
Jrow, assistant cashier.
THE PENDLETON SAVINGS BANK,
Pendleton. Oregon. Organized March 1.
1881); capital, 5U,000, (surplus, SUO.OOO,
interest allowed on time deposits. Ex
hange bought and sold oh all principal
pujnt. Special attention .given to collec
tions. W. J. Furnish, president; J. N.
Teal, vice-president; T. J. Morris, cashier.
THE FARMERS' BANK OF WE8TON,
Weston, Oregon. Does a general banking
Business. Exchange bought and sold.
Collections promptly ' attended to. R.
Jameson, president; Geo. W. Proebstel.
ice president; J. R. Kllgore, cashier: di
rectors, G. A. Hartman, M. M. Johns, T. J.
Price, G. D. Graw, J. F. Kllgore, hobert
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. Make
collections on reasonable terms. Levi An
xeny, president; . F. Matlock, vice-president;
C. B. Wade, cashier; H. C. Guern
sey, assistant cashier.
ROYAL NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA
Wlldwood Camp, No. 2333, meets Becond
nd fourth Tuesday of each month In Odd
Fellows' hall. Mrs. Ida Holcomb, Oracle;
Mrs. Nettle Robblns, Recorder.
LMATIuLA TENT. NO. 27, K. O. T. M.
Meets In Secret Society Hall, second
and fourth Tuesdays In each month. All
visiting Sir Knights cordially Invited. J.
8. Kees. Record Keeper; E. D. Eatabrook,
PENDLETON LODGE, NO. 52. A. F. and
A. M., meets first and third Mondays of
each mouth. Visiting brethren welcome.
T. J, Tweedy, W. M., Joe H. Parke, Sec.
PENDLETON CHXFTER, NO. 28 T. C.
Taylor. H. P.. F. F. Wamslev, Secretary.
Meets first and fourth Friday of each
month' In Masonic Hall.
PIONEERS OF THE PACIFIC WIL
11am Martin Encampment, No. 1. Meet
every Wednesday at Hendrlck' Hall. Mrs.
L. F. ampkln. Secretary.
DAMON LODGE, NO. 4. KNIGHTS OF
Pythias. J. Nowlln. C. C. ; B. W.
Fletcher, K. of R. S. Meet every Mon
day a Secret Society Hall.
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA
Tntullla Camp. No. 6800. Meet first
and third Monday of each month at Odd
Fellows' Hall. George A. Harablln, Con
sul; G. A. Robblns. 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.
CARTER AND RALEY. ATTORNEYS AT
Law. Ofllce In Savings Bank Building.
STEPHEN A. LOWELL, ATTORNEY AT
Law. Room 14, Association UIK., l'en
HENRY J.' BEAn7ATTORNEY AT LAW:
Associat'on Block, Pendleton, Ore.
S. BERKELEY. ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Offlce In Association block.
8. D. BOYD, ATTORNEY AT LAW, 111
Court Street .
U. B. REEDEIl, ATTORNEY. AT LAW,
I AMES A. FEE, LAW OFFICE 'IN JUDD
STILWAN & PIERCE. ATTORNEYS
at Law. Mr. Ktlllmnn has been admitted
to practice In United States patent offlces
nd makes a, specialty of Patent Law.
Rooms 10. 11. 12 and 13 Association block.
DR. J. CHRISTIE, VETERINARY SURGEON.
Pflnrtloton. Onenn. prartufiti nf he Royal
V'erlnarv ''ollegp, Kdlnliureh, flrmttaiid: late
government inspector for Yale l)ltrict. rf. i;.;
all domestic anlroal treated on scientific prin
ciple : l'-nntoM at Froomo's fltab'eB. Main street
opposite Hotel Pendleton; residence telephone
LIPSCOMB'S BARBER SHOP, COURT SU'.
Opposite Golden Rule notel. 8. K. Lips
comb, prop. Good worraen and everything
li. good sanitary condition.
tEORGB O'DANIEL, NEW AND SECOND
hand goods bongbt and sold. Court Bt,
jpera noose block, can ana see mm.
f. STROBLE, DEALER IN SECOND
band goods. If there la anything yon
ieed In new or second hand furniture,
itoves, granite ware and crockery, call and
ret nis price, no. ziz court t.
FOR RENT-FIVE ROOM OOTTAGE ON CLAY
street, between Webb and Railroad. Inquire
or job, u. weicii, rju uouri Htreet.
ROOMS TO RENT ENQUIRE MARY E,
Rust. 320 Ann street.
WANTED BY YOUNG WOMAN, P"8ITION
UU, ast uregomun, j cmuuioii, uru.
WANTED BY LADY. WORK BY THE DAY,
or week. Inquire at Hotel Eastern.
WANTEDMANAGER FOR NEW BRANCn
of our business hero In I'endlaton. Address
at onco. wl'lt references, Alfred Morris, whole-
sater, uincinnuu, vino.
VANTED--VOM AN TO DO WASHING. IN
qulro at this offlce.
FOR BALE ATA B RGAINA COOK STOVE
and kitchen furniture, with a few other
household goods, all pew. Address F. 0. Pyle,
1 U. UOX VH, I BIIUICIWU, WlBi
. .r Wlmt otv drawing?
I'l.miny A locunii tivi .
'I'liii'.i' r Why dni'l you draw the
Torn.ny Cos d loo mr live draws
Local Market Prices.
The following shows the prices
paid on the local market:
Raspberries, ?2.75 a crate.
Blackberries, $2.25 a crate.
Pineapples, $6 a dozen.
Watermelons, $5 a dozen.
Muskmelons, $3 a dozen.
Tomatoes, 10 cents per pound.
Peaches, 10 cents per pound.
'Apricots, 10 cents per pound.
Cherries, $1.75 er crate.
Plums, three boxes lor 25c.
String beans, 5c a pound.
Parsnips, 76c per sack.
Cabbage, 3c per pound.
Cheese, per pound, 20c.
Onions, 3c per pound.
Green onions, 25c dos.
Beets, per lb, lc.
New Potatoes, lc per pound.
Garlic1 c per lb.
Pendleton Live Stock and Poultry.
Chickens, hens, p'er doz., $2.50 to
Turkeys, per lb., 10c.
Geese, per doz., $9.
Spring chickens, per doz., $2.50 and
Ducks, por doz., $3.75.
Pigeons, per doz., $1.50.
Eggs, 25c In trade.
Butter, 25c and 50c per roll.
Choice Beef Cattle, Etc.
Cows, per hundred, $3.103.25.
Hog's, live, $6.
Hogs, dressed, 8c.
Calves, dressed, 89c.
Pendleton Retail Grocery Prices.
Coffee Mocha and Java, best, 40c
per lb; next grade, 35c per lb; lower
grades coffee, 25c to 15c per lb;
package coffee, 15c per lb.
Rice Best head rice, 12 ac per lb;
next grade, 8 l-3c per Id.
Sugar Cane granulated, best, $5.25
per sack; do., 1G lbs., $1.
Salt Coarse, 75c per 100; table,
$2.20 per 100.
Flour, B. B. $3.25 per bbl. '
Flour, Walter's $3.25 per bbl.
Skins, Hides and Pelts.
Portland, Aug. 7. Sheepskins
Shearlings, 1520c; short wool, 25
35c; medium wool, 30C0c; long
wool, C0c$l each.
Hides Dry Hides, No. 1, 1C pounds
and up, 15(Q15c per pound; dry kip,
kip, No. 1, 5 to 15 pounds, 12c; dry
calf, No. 1, under 5 pounds, 10c; dry
salted bulls, and stags, one-third less
than dry flint; salted hides, steers,
sound, CO pounds aad over, 89c;
GO to CO pounds, 78c; 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 less; culls, lc per pound less;
horse hides, salted, each $1.502;
dry, each, $11.G0; colt's hides, each,
25G0c; goat skins, common, each,
intfpiRc; Angora, with wool on, each,
Pelts Bear skins as to size, No. 1,
each, $520; cubs, $25; badger,
each, 1040c; wildcat, 2550; house
cat'. 510c; fox, common gray, each,
3050c; do red. each, $1.502; do
cross, each, $515; do silver and
black, each, $1000200; fisher, each,
$5G; lynx, each, $23; mink, Btrlct
ly No. 1, each, 50cfiy$1.50; marten,
pale pine, according to size and color,
$1.5002; muskrats, largs, each, 50
10c; skunk, each, 40 050c; civet or
polecat, each, 5010c; otter for large
prime skins, each $507; panther,
with head and claws perfect, each,
$203; raccoon for largo prime, each,
30 050c; wolf, mountain, with head
perfect, each, $3.5005; wolf, prairie,
(coyote), without head, each, 30 035c;
wolverine, each; $407; beaver, per
sklu, large, $50C; do medium, $304;
do small, $101.50; d6 kits, 50 075c.
ALLIGATORS ATTACK CATTLE.
Bull Makes Desperate Fight and
Fort Basainger, Fla special to the
Now York Sun; Jim Carew, who
lives ten miles above hero on the
river, has some fine cattle and the
best of the lot ho pastures In an In
closed pen ..near the river. .-Thoro
were four cows, a bull and two calves
1 nthe lot the other morning when,
hearing a terrible din, he trotted out
with his gun to see what ailed his
pets. Three 'gators had managed to
get into the lnclosuro from tho river
side, and while one was stalking with
a calf that he had managed to get to
tho water's edge, the other two were
fighting tho enraged cattle.
'Gator No. 1, tho biggest of tho lot
and an ugly customer, was fighting
the bull, while No. 2 was trying to
keep out of the way of the frequent
the furious rushes of the cows. No
3 had the calf In charge. It was bleat
ing loudly and this served to infuriate
The fight between tho bull and his
antagonist was a furious and bloody
one. The bull charge up to tho sau
rian, when the latter nimbly darted
aside and gave the bovine a terrible
blow with its tail that staggered him.
With a loud bellow of rage the bull
turned quickly and with good luck
hooked tho 'gator on tho side, half
turning him over. Tho saurian raged
and bellowed and finally managed to
get loose. Ho then struck the bull
again a sounding whack, half knock
ing him down. Following this ho dart
ed up and caught the bull with his
jaws on ,the nose. Tho bull bellowed
with pain and Btamped on the 'gator's
head. For a few minutes they plunge
ed around and then tho bull got looBe.
With more caution ho plunged at tho
'gator and managed to gore him bad
ly, partly ripping his side open. The
'gator had enough now and tried to
crawl away, but the bull kept on
pushing and goring till-the 'gator
was nearly dead. He then Jumped on
the bloody carcass, furiously stamp
ing on it till it was a shapeless mass.
Meanwhile the cows were having a
hard time with No. 2. But they man
aged things differently and had affairs
more their own way. They ran to
ward the 'gator and, watching, their
chance, Jumped on him. This was
done repeatedly and the 'gator did
not got a chance hardly to strike
back. One cow ventured too close
and the 'gator's long tail came around
with a thud and struck her fairly on
the side, sending her a dozen feet.
The others enraged by this, followed
their charges by trying to gore tho
'gator. He kept out of tho way by
striking at them and trying to siczo
their noses in his jaws. One cow was
caught by this means and half thrown.
As she stood there trembling and
moaning with pain, the bull who had
ji-at finished his victim heard her. Ho
came up with a roar and with tho ut
most fury pitched at tho 'gator. The
wily saurian heard him coming and
had turned half around when tho
bull caught him on his horns, half
lifting him from tho ground. Tho 'ga
tor clawed and bit at Its antagonist
and tho fight for several minutes was
a warm and bloody one. Finally the
bull triumphed and got tho 'gator un
der his feet, when he trampled him
No. 3 was all this time trying to get
the calf into deep water, but the little
fellow was fighting as well as he could
and bleating loudly. The 'gator had
gotten him into two feet of water
when Mr. Carew appeared on the
srene. He drew his gun and killed
No. 3. .
'Gators Beldom venture Into a herd,
but will take young cattle and calves
from the water's side. These 'gators
must have been very hungry, Mr,
Carew thinks, to venture a fight as
they did with grown cattle.
Baker City Wilderness.
Baker City, Aug. 13. Two young
and pretty society girls, Miss iuun
.TftfltRon. of this city, and Miss Angle,
of Medford, have made heroines of
themselves by killing a largo bear not
far from Austin station, near thlB
Htv Tho voiinrr ladles, with Ray
Jackson, the brother of one of tho
heroines, were hunting In the woods
near Austin when they met tho ani
mal. Miss Jackson waB carrying a
shotgun at the time, and she promptly
fired at tho beast, the load hitting him
square In the head. It proved fatal,
and Miss Angle seized a club and
hastened tho bear's demise. Young
Jackson was not allowed to partici
pate in tho killing, but was pormitted
to carry the dead boar to the hotel.
The young ladles have been lionized
on account of tho event.
A full line of clothing and men's
furnishingj after Aug. 15. Teutsch's.
1 time 15c
2 time. 20c
1 week SOo
Extra line: .10 cents each a
FOR BALK OR TKADK WII.I.BK I.ORTRADK
(or property cre, 80 acre ol land 3 miles
pout h west of Tho Dalles, Oregon Addrcas
WtllUm Isholl, BIS Perkins Ate., rendition,
WdOD BAWINO, COVTRVRT WONK-A n
8t-phpm. Hoftriquarte s at Giuti liar or
OomrrcrclHl Co. xnd Nouma ' Clgitr Hioro,
Telephones Discs, lit and Main W.
GKNERAh RR1AIR BHOI WRUR ST..
West of Hotel Ksstern. All kinds of re
pairing done at reasonable prices, ntej
rles, gun nnd machine repairing a special
ty. Simmons A Uolln, proprietors.
HORRKS TO PARTURKTIMOTIIY, ORCHARD
and brme irrawst pood pattnre! td"ntr of
running water Terms reasonable. W. B. Knst
"KRI.T.AR RROT'.iKRfT rtiABTRRlNO
and cementing. Cement walks a special
ty Kstlmatea furnished free. Work gnar
anteed. Ieave orders at Hartley 7.ah
ner' cigar store. Main St... P, O, box 104.
MIS9 MTVNIE b. tv..-R. ORADUATK NURRK,
209 Turk tret Telephone No. ''lack H.V4;
calls day or night promptly responded o
IN POUND THE FOLLOWING t'ECRinrn
animals hvo b rn laken in by tho marshat
oftheCIt ot Pendleton to wit:
One buekokin nlly, to years old, brrd"d
Indian brand in right hip, weight about 700
Hsatd antmnln are not olalmod by the own
er or those onMt'ed to tl,e ro slon "f trm.
cot au't oxplMi'e against them pMd and them
WKvii nwty Munin in oay irom mo iaio
hrrftf. thlm ut 1 .'flnnk n m . nf tht lflth iIav
nl AugtKt, lifti. tho said art aU will to n'd
to tho hlghe t liMrto" at pnlilic auction, for
canh, at the eltr pound, On tho rornoi" of Cot-
tnnwo'xi ana wetib it eet. in sain my ol ren-
dleton, the nrocrois of inch sale to bo itpplled
to mo payment oi ttton corns aim exnensei oi
Dated this 9tn day oi Augtin,
J. A IILAKKLY, Cliy Marshal.
Preparing to Build Big Battleship.
New York, Aug. 13. Actlvo prepar
ations already are under way at tho
New York navy yard for tho construc
tion of tho new lG,000-ton battleship
Connecticut. Immcnso pilos aro be
ing driven to form tho foundation for
tho cradlo on which tho vobboIs will
be built. Tho officers In chargo ap
preciate tho fact that much dopondB
upon their efforts, for upon tho speed
and effectiveness Bhown In tho con
struction of the now man-of-war do
pond in a great measuro tho prospects
of the establishment of a government
ship building plant at tho yard. Every
effort will bo made by those concornod
in the direction of tho construction of
tho battleship, to keep tho manufac
turers of armor and machinery strictly
to their contract time. If it can bo
proved that battleships may bo built
as quickly nnd as well at tho navy
yard as at privato shipyards tho facil
ities for ship building will, It Is hoped,
bo much Increased and, bo mado per
manent. Shatters All Records.
Twice in hospital, F. A. Gullodgo,
Verbena, Ala., paid a vast sum to doc
tors to cure a severe case of piles,
causing 24 tumors. When nil failed,
Btlcklen's Arnica Salve Boon cured
him. Subdues Inflammation, con
quers aches, kills palnB. Dnst salvo
in tho world, 25c at Tallman & Co.'s
127 and 120 East Alta Street .
ORLAN CLYDE CULLEN
U. 8 Supreme Court
U. S. Patent Ofllce
U. t. and FOREIGN PATENTS
Trade Marks and Copyrights
TOO 7th t.. If, AV., Wiwljliwton, I. O.
Mormon Bishops' Pills
ot xlf-aUue. dlMlratlaa, tpxuct, ot
omil. StlniuUtcf tho tjr&ln i.d nerve ntci. s lws.
of aMMyrcfuuded. iA 6 Uui. OituUn fico, AJdresa.
80LD BY TALLMAN A CO., DrlUGGI8T8, PENDLETON, OREON.
1 week 4
week; 25 cents a Una pr month.
petart Tlmo Sohrdiilo arrivi
ron From l'oiullolou rox
Chicago- Satt Lak", Denver. Ft
Portland Worth. Omaha, Kan
Bptrlal City, Ht, Loull, 8:00 a.m.
f:!ip. m. Chicago and Kast.
vl , I tint-
Atlantic fit Lako. Denv-r. Ft. '
Kxpres Worth, Omiha, Kan-
A:4.a m. aa City, St. I oul, 11:10 p.m.
Via Hunt- Chicago and Knst.
nt p. i.i Will la Walla.LswMon,
Fast M It Bpon- Wallace
H-tV J Pullman, Mmneapo . ,M
8.15 a, m, )u t. Paul, imiuth,
Spokane. te,0' chlc8
Ocean and River Schedule.
All sailing dates anb-a-onn
,n el to clianso J4n.
8.00 p. m. rinBtn Francl-co 0 P-
Ball every 6 days.
Bun?ay Columbia River iMp
8:oopm. To Astoria and Way Buuday
Saturday 1 andlngs.
10:00 p. in.
Boats leave P rtland dallv, except Sunday,
'Biige oi water permuting) lor wiuameiia
Yamiitll Klver points.
4 aft u. m
ltlparU to U'wliton
Kxoi t Hon
F. F. WAMBLKY, Agent, Peadlston.
For Chicago, St. Paul, 8t. Loulo, Kan
sas City, St. Joe, Omaha und
All Points East and South
Portland and point
on the Sound
TIMK OA HI)
Leavo Pendleton, dally exeopt Sunday At
Arrive renaieton Houaay, Wednesday ana
Friday 12:' 6 pm.
Arrive I'cndloton Tuesday, Ttimsday and
Haturday lo-M no.
.uavi) Walla Wulla, dally, ctut Wind, 6:00 pea.
Arrive Walla Walla dally, weit bound, b0 am.
For Information, rrsardlnii rates and accom
modation!, tall on or addreu .
W. ADAMB, Agent,
H. I). OALDKHIIKAI), O. P. A.,
Wallu Walla, Wash,
Pullman Sleeping Cars
Elegant Dining Cam,
Tourist Sleeping Cars
I nr. riuii
r c-rrii i a iti
and all points East and South
Through tickets to Japan and China,
Tacoma and horthern Pac
i'aclflc Uteamiblp Co.
aud American line,
Trains leave Pendleton dally except Sunday
at 7 -.00 p. m.
For further Information, time cards, maps
end tickets, call on or write W. Adams. Pen-
dletou, Oregon, or . , Aw P. OUA!tIIi . - ,
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