East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, August 20, 1902, Image 7

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    Business Cards and Societies
'PROFESSIONS and trades
PHY8I8IAN8.
-t wQ. COLE, OFFICE IN JTJDD
D-nnm hours. 10 to 12 a. n. :
to 6 P- --
Trtnr.ER. M. D., DESPATN BLOCK,
J,ti and Torrects eye troubles, catar
Aitinna and Impaired bearing;.
glides corectly ntta for refwctlve er-
tin P J oJl l-i urriwa vrvin Aram
niftlMT rftBWTlW II II I IN
lYDuieiOn Kim Awcifuniu oV
ldenee iciepnuuc m.
b carfield: tit d:." homeopath-
nhvBlclan and Surgeon. Office In
sad DuiioinB. xeieimuue. uuicb, oimo
' . ' . . . . m 1 i. . l 1
WILLIAM HOUSE, PHY8ICIAN AND
Bnrceon. umce, room au, jnaa nniiaing.
pone, MBlu i uaiuuiix ruuoc aw m
n 3. M'FAUL, ROOM 17 ASSOCIA
tion block. Telephone Main OS; resl-
sce teiepnoue, oiacs iiu.
T. M. HENDERSON, PHTBICIAN
land Bnrgeon. .Specialties eye, ear, nose
tnroftu umce in obtuieb imwb duixu
Phone Main 88.
BTE0PATH1C
PHYSICIANS. DBS.
Office one block west
geyes Keyee.
.Yeston more.
LYNN K. BLAKESLEE. CHRONIC
lanA nervous diseases and diseases of wo-
UPP uoiei ienaiecon, cor. rrmior
Main Sts., Pendleton, Ore. Phone
278.
ATTORNEYS.
UTEIt AND RALEY, ATTORNEYS AT
taw. Office In Savings Bank Building.
fEFHEN A. LOWELL, ATTORNEY AT
Iaw. Room 14, Association uiic., ren-
Won, Ore.
rtTRY J. BEAN. ATTORNEY AT LAW:
lAtsocUtlon Block, Pendleton, Ore.
HERKELEY. ATTORNEY AT LAW.
f Office In Association block.
I). BOYD, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
111
t Court Street
B. REEDER. ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Pnulleton, Oregon.
A. FEE. LAW OFFICE IN JTJDD
fBsIfding. N
Lai AN ft PIERCE, ATTORNEYS
1st Law. Mr. Stillman has been admitted
i, practice in United States patent omces
makes a specialty oi meat um.
10, 11. 12 and 18 Assoclatloa block.
DENTISTS.
"A. YATJQHAN, DENTIST, OFFICE IN
jnaa Douaing.
LA. MANN, DENTIST, OFFICM- IK AB-
IOCIATION block, over BcbBiara new
store.
TONSORTAL PARLORS.
MWOMTVR BARBER SHOP. COURT 8T.
Jpposlte Golden Rule Hotel. S. K. Llpe
ab, prop. Good wonnen and everything
ood sanitary condition.
IRCHITECTS AND BUILDER8.
!,F. HOWARD. ARCHITECT AND BU-
erlntendent makes complete and rell
plans for buildings In the city or
stry. uoom it Jnaa nauaing.
3K & COLE. CONTRACTORS AND
builders. Estimates furnished ea abort
ace. Job work a specialty. Prompt
rice, nnop on uintr street near Mam,
A. MAY. CONTRACTOR. AND BUILR-
r. Estimates furnished on all "kinds of
onry, cement walks, stone walls, etc.
BBrden can be left at the East Oregonlan
ce.
PHOTOGRAPH ER8.
8. BOWMAN. r.HADTNO PHOTOORA
pher of the city. Harvest views, In-
a pnotos for sale. Finishing done for
atenrs. Mala Btu Bear bridge. Phone
Z7B.
ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES.
ruE Ltnns. mniiK a-mmrrr r.k
Dow block. Electricians, dealers la elsc-
ICal SnnllM. nnmna afAna T !
FKiric iigntt, bells or telephones. WIectrl
Bju Bxtures of all kinds. Get oar prices.
ir wow a specialty.
BN8URANCE & LAND BUSINESS.
MS . H. PARKES, OFFICE COURT BT.
uPDOSlte QOIflAtt Ttnln TTntal lanal
bnalness, such as filing .of claims and
"aiing contests a specialty.
OHK HAILBY, JR., U. 8. LAND COM-
-.loner epecialty made of land l-
prooi; insurance and collections.
m Jnaa building, room 18.
BOARD AND LODGING.
. -akvj'wii'.i vx uvudu, main
Mrs. R. a. Strahon, prop. Nice large
rooms m new building, with
"ean Deas.
jnth Main street M. T. Bradley, prop.
iing rooms and lodging rooms,
comfortable rooms and clean, well
oeos. Lodging 25 cents.
IRR T Onmun nnnan nnr,Tn nwm
' Clean roam nrlth Amfnri.Ma hu.
25c and 60c a night. -Thos. Smart,
ALTA. CORNER ALTA AND
Basi .ki J" dar or week.
Yard la coBsectloa. L.
Proprietor,
I C ANBcCARRIAOES.
toU?11..?,"1? HACK, NEW AND TORT
- 0 r.-Si' Ior.Uie service of the public
in ' iftrilu and Jaa. R. Uir
joa, mib iiacs wni eaii
L?.AB LINE, BSWIN BAKBR. W
r5yn Mali n. Btaa4 la frost of
PKaMlTHINQ
AND
HORt
8H0EIN.
CWr.fOR WHBAT BACKB.
-"- hi iown. j weM Bt.
alphabetically arrranged.
BANKS AND BROKERS.
riHST NATIONAL BANK OF ATHENA,
uregon. capital, fso.uoo surplus aai
pronta, fCOOO. Interest on time deposit.
Deals In foreign and domestic exchange.
Collection promptly attended to. Henry
a Adams, president : T. J. Kirk, vice-president;
B. L. Harnett, cashier; T. 8. Le-
urow, assistant casnier.
THE PHNDLKTON SAVINGS BANK,
Pendleton, Oregon. Organized March J,
1880: caDlt&l. $50,000. snrnlna. xon.nnn.
Hnterest allowed on time deposits. Ex-
enange bought and sold on all principal
points. Special attention given to collec
' - . u'"'ni uiraiucub. 41 .
tions, vr. j. Knrnisn, president: J. N,
Teal, vice-president ; T. J. Morris, cashier.
riTE FARMERS' BANK OF WESTON,
Weston, Oregon. Does a general banking
cosiness, uxenange oongnt ana sold.
Collections promptly attended to. R.
Jameson, president; Geo. W. Proebstel,
Tier presiaent; j. it. tuigore, caanier; di
rectors, G. A. Hartman. Mj M.Johas. T. J.
Price, G. D. Graw, J. F. Kllgore, Robert
Jameson, u. w. iToeoetel.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF PFNDLB
ton. Capital (70,000; surplus, $95,000.
Transacts a general banking business. Ex
change and telegraphic transfers sold oa
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 Guera
sey, assistant cashier.
FRATERNAL ORDERS.
ROYAL NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA
Wlldwood Camp. No. 2333. meets second
nd fourth Tnesday of each month In Odd
Fellows' hall. Mrs. Ida Holcomb, Oracle;
Mrs. Nettle Bobbins, Recorder.
UMATILLA 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. iiees, uecora Keeper; is. u. Hstanrook,
Commander.
PENDLETON LODGE, NO. B2, 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
JPENDLETON CHAPTER. NO. 28 T. C.
Taylor. II. P.. F. F. wamslev. Secretary.
Meets first and fourth Friday of each
month In Masonic Halt,
PIONEERS OF THE PACIFIC WIL-
Ilam Martin Encampment No. 1. Meets
every Wednesday at Hendrlck's HalL Mrs.
L. F. ampkln, Secretary.
DAMON LODGE, NO. 4. KNIGHTS OF
rotnias. j. c: Nowim. c. c. : R w.
Fletcher, K. of 11. ml B. Meets every Mon
day a Secret Society Hall.
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA
Tutnllla Camp, No. 6890. Meets Irst
and third Mondays of each month at Odd
Fellows' Hall. George. A. Hamblln, Con
sul; G. A. Robbing, 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.
LIVERY AND FEED STABLES.
THE OLD SEMPLE FEED YARD. 723 COTTON
wood street, Llndsey & Doty Propi. Livery,
feed and sale stable. Good turnouts. Saddle
horses at all times. Horses tor sale .
O. K. FEED AND SALES YARD. H. CHBS
nut, prop., 610 Aura St., bet Webb and
Alta. "O. K." treatment given horses left
In our care,
THE CITY LIVERY, BOARD AND BALE
Stable, X. J. Carney, proprietor, for
6ne turnouts. Stable 118 Alta street
,'OMMERICAL STABLES, G. W. FROOME
Prop. Livery, Feed and Boarding. AM
tlnds of turnouts. Competent drivers. Op
posite Hotel Pendleton, telephoae 18.
DEPOT LIVERY FEED AND BALBB
Stables. First class single and double
rigs for all occasions. 827 Cottonwood
St, Phone Main 79. Elvln Craig, Prop.
OREGON FEED YARD, W. T. BOYNTON
Prop. Special care given to horses left
with me. Lower Webb Street Phone Bed
ce.
BOOT AND SHOE REPAIRER8.
JOHN WILSON", FIRST CLASS SHOE
maker and repairer. Beet material ased
and good .work done. Shop 117 Alta
street
SECOND-HAND DEALERS.
UBOSGB O'DANIEL, NEW AND SBCOND
nana goods bougnt and sold. Court Bt,
upcr nous oiocs. uan ana soe bib.
r. 8TROBLE, DBALEB IN BBCOND
nana goods, if there is aaythlac you
oeed ta new or second baasl faraitara.
toves, granite ware and crockery, call aad
lot am prices, no. ziz court Bt
VETERINARY SURGEONS.
. vvai.svi aMMwuiKU nvu4HUU JmfcV
government inspector for Yale Diitrlct, B. C;
all domestio animai treated on -scientific prln-
opposite Hotel Pendleton; sesldeace tahsaaone
utnvs. uvii
FOR RENT.
FOR RENT Rooms la the. Bast Orasjoa
taa BBimior xor reac: steasi smim. hot
and cold wafer aad beta roosa. '
FOB RENT FURNISHED H0U8KKKEMNG
rooms and sin le rooms. 710 College street,
opposite court house. Mrs. Aljce Smith, Prop.
FOR BENT TWOROOM8FOR LIGHT HOUSE.
Keeping; gosq location, inquire at tun or
flee.
FOB RENT-FIVE ROOM COTTAGE ON CLAY
strset, between Webb and Railroad. Inquire
Of Jas.tB. Welch, 120 Court street.
WANTEK
WANTED NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS FOB
housekeeping. Apply at this office.
93.
LOST.
LOST ON TEAL 8PBING8 ROAD. BETWEEN
HssceU's Haliwsr House and Pendleton, a
U. 8. armv haversack. Finder Please return
samvto Y 'U, care East Oregonlan. '
HENRY IS A
"Well.
my ffoodncss!" exclaimed Mrs.
'mis
man in Washington has bovn sentenced to thirty days In Ja
love."
"He a In lock." said Henry. "He might
It is thought that there will bo trouble
nwardncss of that remark.
WHEAT IS AGAIN BACK
AT 50 CENTS PER BUSHEL.
Farmers Were Getting Gloomy, But
They Are, Now Asking Why Prices
Are Not BetteV Tfian" This Time
Last Year Say the Circumstances
Justify it
Wheat has taken another bound
upward today and is quoted at 50 1
cents. This is the highest figure it
has reached for the past three weeks,
when it fell from 52 to 48 cents with
in a week 'of the time the markets
opened.
Long Faces.
This fall was the cause of much la
menting on the part of the large
wheat raisers, and many faces were
beginning to assume that far-away
look which indicates that when the
crop is harvested and sold there would
be barely enough left out of it to pay
the .expenses and the farmer was say
ing "I will have to slave another year
before I canbe able to see out over
the little petty debts which have
piled up against me."
Now More Jubilant
However, the announcement that
wheat has taken a jump and is again
soaring around a fair price, the
farmers are again feeling jubilant,
and are looking on with expectations
of a further rise. Whether or not
this 'will come remains to be seen,
but the indications are that 50 cents
will be the prevailing price.
Would Like to Know.
The farmers are wont to wonder
what is the matter with the wheat
market. To compare last year with
the present year wheat is not selling
at the figure It should. One promi
nent farmer remarked yesterday:
"I cannot for the life of me under-
staad the wheat market. At this
time last year wheat was selling at
the same figure It is today. Liver
pool markets are Just what they
were at that time and charters are
about half what they were a year
ago. Now, will someone explain to
me why wliest s not selling at a few
more cents than It did last year?
With the world's markets at almost
the same figure, charters one-half less
and the reduction on transportation,
wheat ought to Ire several cents high
er than It was under the prevailing
circumstances last year."'
The above has been voiced by sev'
eral farmers lately and if some one
will kindly give the solution to the
query It will be kindly received by
the wheat growers.
Local Market Prices.
The following shows the
paid on the local market:
prices
Raspberries, 92,75 a crate.
Blackberries, 92.25 a crate.
Pineapples, 96 a dozen.
Watermelons, 95 a dozen.
Muskmelons, 93 a dozen.
Tomatoes, 10 cents per pound.
Peaches, 10 cents per pound.
Apricots, 10 cents pcr pound.
Cherries, 91.76 per crate.
Plums, three boxes for 26c. ,
String beans, 5c a pound.
Parsnips, 76c per sack.
Cabbage, 3c per pound.
Cheese, per pound, 20c.
Onions, Sc per pound.
Green onions, 26c doc.
Beets, per b, lc.
New Potatoes, lc per pound.
Garlic1 "3 c per lb.
PenaMeton Live Stock and Peultry.
Chickens, bens, per doz 92.60 to
93.60. .
Roosters', 13.6094.
Turkeys, per lb., 10c.
Geese, per doz., 99
Spring chickens, per doz., 92.60 and
Ducks, per doey 93.76. ,
Pigeons, per doz., 91.60.
ISggs, 20c In trade.
Butter, 25c and COc per roll.
MARKET ADVANCES
"TRUSTY."
Pock,
"It says in tho
paper that r
11 for being li
have got a life sentence but for thut
when Mrs. Pock has Analysed the ti
Choice Beef Cattle, Eta
Cows, por hundred, $3.10 3.2C.'
Steers, $3.7503.85.
Hogs, live, -96.
Hog, dressed, 8c.
Calves, dressed, 8 9c.
Pendleton Retail Grocery Prlcee.
CofTee Mocha and Java, best, 40c
per lb; next grade, 35c per lb; lower
grades coffee, 25c to 15c per lb;
package coffee, 15c por lb.
IUce "Best head rice, 12c per lb;
next grade, 8 l-3c per lb.
Sugar Cano granulated, best, $5.25
per sack; do., 16 lbs., 91.
Salt Coarse, 91 per 100; table,
$2.50 per 100.
Flour, B. B. 93.25 per bbl.
Flour, Walter's 93.25 por bbL
Skins, Hides and Pelts.
Portland, Aug. 20. Sheepskins
Shearlings, 1520c; short wool, 25
35c; medium wool, 30(QC0c; long
wool, 60c$l each.
Hides Dry Hides, No., 1, 16 pounds
and up, 1515V4c per pound; dry kip,
kip, No. 1, 6 to 16 pounds, 12c; dry
calf, No. 1, under 6 pounds, 10c; dry
salted bulls, and stags, one-third less
than dry flint; salted hides, steers,
sound, 60 pounds and over, 89c;
50 to 61) pounds, 78c; under 60
pounds and cows, 7c; stags and bulls,
sound, 5&c; kip, sound, 16 to 20
pounds, 7c; veal, sound, 10 to 14
pounds, 7c; calf, sound, under 10
pounds, 8c; green, (unaaltod), lc per
pound less; culls, lc per pound leas;
horse hides, Baited, each $1.5002;
dry, each, $101.50; colt's hides, each,
25050c; goat skins, common, each,
10015c; Angora, with wool on, each,
25c0$l.
Pelts Bear skins as to size. No. 1,
each, $5020; cubs, $205; badger,
each, 10040c; wildcat, 25 060; house
cat, 5010c; fox, common gray, each,
30 0 50c; do red, each, 91-5002; do
cross, each, $5016; do silver and
black, each, 9100 0200; fisher, each,
$506; lynx, each, $203; mink, strict
ly No. 1, each, 5Oc0$1.6O; marten,
pale pine, according to size and color,
91.50 02; mu8krats, largo, each, 60
lOo; skunk, each, 40050c; 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,
30050c; Wolf, mountain, With head
perfect, each, 93,5005; wolf, prairie,
(coyote;, without head. each. 30 035c:
wolverine, each, 9407; beaver, por
siun, largo, $506; do medium, $304;
ao small, ?iqi.go; do kits, 50 075c,
YOUNG CHRISTIANS.
Young Men's Association is Holding
Fifteenth Annual Session.
Chrlstlania, Aug. 20, Tho World's
Young Men's Christian Association
began Ms fifteenth session in Chris
tianla today and will continue through
tne remainder of the week. The
opening meeting was devoted largely
10 ine auaressos of welcome and re
ports showing tho progress of Y. M.
O. A. work In the Scandinavian conn
tries. Some of the tonics discussed
were "Organization Work Jn Different
Countries," "Our Duties With Refer
once to tho Claims of tho Young Men
In Heathen Lands." and "Mission
work for Young Men."
Among tho countries represented at
mo conference are the United States
Portugal, Spain. England. Switzor
land, qermany, Austria and Franco.
'mere are more than CO American del
egates present. In addltlori to a con
siderable number of American vlBlt
ors. Tho two American speakers on
tne program are George T. Coxhead.
of St. Louis and Dr. James A. Can-
field, of Columbia University. The
program Is arranged so that thero
will be a series of simultaneous meet
ings In different places and conduct
ed Jn different languages.
During the convention certain af
ternoons will be Bet aside for excur
sions to points of Interest In Norway,
Visits will bo made to Holmenkolllen,
Bygdo, Copenhagen and other places,
King Oscar has arranged to give an
audience, to the delegates,, and the
Classified Advertisements
COUNT SIX AVERAGE WORDS TO THE LINE.
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FOR SALE.
FOR SAI.K - TWENTY ROOM 1,0 DOING
hoimo: furnished) will bo Hold at a bartaint
It will par you to look Into this offer. AflJrcn
"B," care East Oregonlan 1
FOR SALE OR TRADR-.WII.L8Kt.LOR TRADE
(or property iore, 80 acroi ot land 3 miles
Mmthweat 01 Ttio DMlo, Oregon. Aridresi
William Iabcll, SIS l'srktns Ave., l'omltetoti,
Ore ton.
FOR BALE QABOLINR ENGINE, WITH
pipes, tanks and At tings, ready to oper
ate, live to sts horse power. Economical
In the use ot fuel. Price $2S0. East Ore
conlan office, Pendleton.
OLD NHWSrAl'MKil TO TOT UNDER
carpets, on shelves, walls, or tor wrap
ping purposes. Old newspapers In latwe
bundles of 100 each at 25 cents at bundle
at tho EAST OREUONIAN offlca, Pendle
ton, Oreeon.
MISCELLANEOUS.
AVOOD HAWING, CONTRACT WOHK-A. II.
Stephens. Headquarters at Grays' Harbor
Commercial Co. and Nouman'o Cigar Store,
Telephones Illaok 121 and Main 92.
GENERAL RHfAlR gHOP, WHBB Sit,
West or Hotel Ks tern, ah tiaoa ac re
pairing done at reasoaable prices. Bicy
cles, (run and aaaealae .repalrisf a aBeelal.
ty. Simmons Dolln, proprietors.
HORSES TO PASTURE TIMOTIIY, ORCHARD
and bromo kmmoii good pasture 1 plenty of
running water Terms reasonable w. B. Ross
Meachiim, Oregon.
KELLAR IUtoraWRsi rLABTERINQ
and cementing;. Cement walks a special.
ty. Estimates furnished free. Worn guar
anteed. Leave orders at Radley fan
ner's clear store. Main Bt,. P. O. box 104.
MIPS MINNIE h. hurIK, GRADUATE NU1IHK,
"09 Turk Rtreot. Tolenhonn No. lllaak Hit:
calls day or night promptly responded to.
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papers lnthe united mates or Europe,
remit by postal note, check, or send to the
EAST OltKOONIAN the net nubllaberl
price ot the publication you desire, and we
will have It sent you and assume all the
risk of the money being lost In the malls.
It will save you both trouble and risk. If
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cent from the publisher s price. Address
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Oregon.
royal palace and grounds will bo loft
open for their lnspocttou. .
Firemen in Convention.
Portsmouth, Vn., Aug. 20. Ports
mouth is In gala attlro today In hon
or of tho mumbora of tho Virginia
State Firemen's Association, whoso
sixteenth annual conventlou was for
mnlly opened this morning. Tho fore
noon was devoted to tho reception and
welcome of tho visitors and nfter
luncheon the opening session was
hold In tho Lyceum Theater. There
was an address of greeting on behalf
of the city by Mayor J. Thompson
Baird, nnd a three days' pro.
gram, ropleto with many interesting
features has boon nranged. Tomor
row morning will lie occupied vvitn
visits to tho navy yard and othor
points of interest and in tho afternoon
tho big parade takes plnco.
In tho latter thoro will bo visiting
firemen from Now Jersey, Dolawaro,
Pennsylvania and Maryland' mom.
bers of the Keystono Firemen's Asso
ciation, who aro scheduled to arrive
hero tonight on tholr annual outing.
Friday thoro will bo a long program
of prize contests.
Many Longakers Meet.
Pottstown, Pa., Aug. 20. Longakers
r. of t)io country are
from overy boom-- . .
hore attending tho til I Ml triennial
family reunion, At Sunatoga park
this morning tho visitors gathered to
a total of several hunar-'d. A busi
ness meetlnir wiim hnlil nr which tho
secretary reported that mon
than
100 new meniherfl lunl linr'n nnrn
Mod
since tho last rounlon. MoniorlW.'
resolutions wore passed for a number
who havo died during tho past three
years. This afternoon thoro was a
short literary and musical, program;
after which tho participants Indulged
in various forms of cntertufumont.
Crawfish
"Gratz's."
cooked to order at
Little Children
can safely take this famous well
known remedy. Made entirely of
herbSp warranted free from mer
cury, and poisonous substance, that
is why everyone likes
Beecham's
Pills.
Sold ETerywbere-In boxes too. and at.
V i I MSA rnJ
CfSUU. StimulUct
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ilh C U . r ilmlw, AiMr.u, ill.hrn IMixaiK .1. r in Vtnnalmea. aL
80Lp BY TALLMAN si CO. DnUGQ8T8, FENDLETON OIIKON. -'V
THREE LINES.
1 tlms
2 times
1 wtctc
week; 28 cents a tins per msnth.
TRANSPORTATION LINES.
Obfgon
Shot LiNft
union Pacific
m
nerAM Ttmo SohfHlulu ARatvs.
ron From ronilloton r0M
Chicago- Salt Lako. IHaver, Ft. ,"
Portland Worth. Omaha. Kan . . K
Special hlm City, Ht.-Loali, Aaa.sa
OiJOp.m. Chicago and East. . .ttM
vlrtuunt- w
,nton -M
Atlantic Salt Lake. Denver. Ft ' . VJjl
Express worth; Omaha. fcah ". ' v
o:Sa as. sas City, Bt. Loals, 11 119 - 4M
visitant- Chicago and East. "
lagton, . ; " .T .
Ocean and River Schedule.
FROM PORTLAND.
All sailing dates sub-
-nn r m ect to chango. jww
8:00 p.m. for Ban Francisco M0p.se.
Sail every & days.
"tfaTfir
SnndaV Columbia River 4:0op.a.
8:00 pm. To Astoria and Way Sunday
Saturday Landings.
10 MO p. III.
"Wllluinotto HIvor.
noats leave Portland dally, except Sunday.
(sUgo ot wator permitting) for Willamette aad '
Yamhill River points,
Lcavo"- Lsava
Rlporla 8nake River Lawlstoa
4:06 u. m. Rlparla to Luwlston 7M0a.au
Dally Dally
Exopt Mon Kxcpt Mas
F. F. WAMSLEV, Agent, PendletoB.
Washington &
Columbia River
Railroad
Take this
route for
Chicago, St. Paul, St. Louis, Kau
sas City, Bt. Joe, Omaha, and
All Points East and Sooth
Portland and polaU
on the Souad
TIMK CARD.
Leave
Pendleton, dally except Sundays al
7:00. pra,
Arrive Pendleton
Monday, Wednesday aad
Friday Vl:!ib put.
Arrive Pendleton Tuesday,
Thursday aad
Saturday 10:66 am
Iavo Walla Walla daily, east bound. 0:00 nra.
Arrive Walla Wulla dally, west bound, 80 ass.
For Information regarding rates and aceoav
modatlous, call 011 or address
W. ADAMS, Agsut,
I'uudloton, Oregon, .
8. U. UALDKRHKAD, O. P. A.,
Walla Walla, Wash.
The Northern
Pacifici
KUNS
Pullman Sleeping Curs,
jVuunt Dining Cars,
Sleeping Cars.
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TICKETS TO
CHICAGO
WASHINGTON
PHILADELPHIA
NEW YORK
BOSTON
and all points East and South
Tbrougli tickets to Japan md- Oblns, via
Taooma and Nortbora Paciac Btaisin k,
and American Una, T
TIMK SCHKDULI,
.."'''Midallr except Sunday
si 7 rji p. as.
For furtbvr information, tlna urfi .u
and tick.U.oallou or write W. Adaai. FhT.
dletoa, Osmob, or A. D, CHARLTON,
jnira ana Morrison BU., PortUsd, Ore,
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