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COUNT SIX AVERAGE WORDS TO THE LINE.
PROFESSIONS AND TRADES. ALPHABETICALLY ARRANGED.
rtv W. O. COLE. OFFICE IN JUu
building. Omcd hours, 10 to 1J . m..
j to 5 P. m. Telephone. Red HT1.
......... i n nvonlTN m.Of!K.
treats and corrects eye troubles, catsr-
itinn. nfl imnairea nearwB.
Pendleton Savings Bank. Teiepnone, ou,
8. QAItFIRLD. M. D.. nOMEOPATn-
te pnyslc an ana nrw,-, " w.S
. . i..M T.!.nhniiT Office, blacic
UOYAIi NBIOHBOna OF AMERICA
Wlldwood Camp, No. 2383, meets second
ad fourth Tuesday of each month In Odd
Fellows' ball. Sirs. Ida nolcomb, Oracle;
Mrs. Nettle nobbing. Recorder.
UMATILLA TENT, NO. 27, K. O. T. M.
Meets In Secret Bocicty uau, seconu
and fourth Tuesdays In each month. All
visiting 3'r Knights cordially Invited. J.
S. Kees, Record Keeper; E. D. Estabrook,
PENDLETON LODGE. NO. B2, A. F. AND
A." M., meets first and third Mondays of
each month, visiting Dretnrcn welcome.
T. J. Tweedy, W. M. ; Joe n. Parkes, Sec.
n. 3. M'FAUL. ROOM IT. AS80CIA-
'i.fnhnnA manir I Ik I .
T. M. nENDERSON. TOYBICIAN
and Surgeon. Specialties eye. ear, nm
Phone Mam bbi.
Keyes & Keyes. Office one nioca west
ana nervous uisenBTO uoc
nnn. ttntei l'enaieion. ior. ..an.
Bts., Pendleton, Or. 'Phone
A. ITATJOITAN, T1ENTIRT. OFFICE IN
Jddd building. 'Phone Red 71.
. uim. nTCNTIRT.. OFFICE IN As
sociation block, oyer Schmidt's new drug
'I'none ueu -n.
ARCHITECTS AND BUILDERS.
fc F. nOWABD. ARCHITECT AND SU-
tncrlntenneni, nraura tuwiwcic
iYnlaus for buildings In the city or coun-
OTIC COLH, CJONTHAt'XIJllO
builders. Estimates rnrmsnea on snori
flee. .'Ob worK n specially, rrompi
Tlce. Bnop on Minn sireei near oiaui.
A. MAT. CONTRACTOR AND BTJILD-
Ber. Kfltimates inrnisnea on an uuu
masonry, cement walks, stone, wans eic.
are orders .at Kaat uregonian onice.
R. ROWMAN. LEADING PHOTOGRA-
inher of the city. Harvest views, In-
En photos for sale. Flnianing aone ror
ateurs. Jialu St near bridge. 'Phone
PENDLETON CHAPTER, NO. 28 T. C.
Taylor n. P., F. F. Wamsley, secretary.
Meets 11 st and fourth Friday of each
month J Masonic Hall.
DAMON LODGE. NO. 4. KNIGHTS OF
Pythias. J. F. Nowlln. C. C; R. W.
Fletcher, K. of ,R. and S. Meets every
Monday In Secret Society nail.
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA.
Tntnilla Camp, No. 0300. Meets nrst
and third Mondays of each month at Odd
Fellows nail. George A. Hamblln, Con
sul; G. A. Robblns, Clerk.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD REGULAR
meetings of Pendleton Camp, No. 41, TV.
of W. are held In Secret Society nail
every Saturday evening. Visiting neigh
bors are always welcome. J. P. Walker,
Clerk ; J. P. Earl, C. C,
BALLERAY & McCOURT, LAWYKRB, ABSO
CARTER AND RALET, ATTORNEYS AT
Law. Office In Savings Bank Building.
BTErnEN A. LOWELL, ATTORNEY AT
Law, Room 14 Association Blk., Pen
HENRY J. BEAN, ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Association Block, Pendleton, Oregon.
N. BERKELEY, ATTORNEY .AT
Office In Association Block.
E. D. BOYD, ATTORNEY AT LAW, 111
A HIGH BALL.
"What's thlsT" snorted Colonel Trlggerre at the fashionable resort. J3.60 for
a drink T Why, man, that Is outrageous I"
"Yes, sir," assents the waiter, suavely, "but you know, sir, that Is u high
GREAT SUCCESSES WON
WITH SMALL BEGINNINGS.
L. B. REEDER, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
JAMES A. FEE,
LAW OFFICE IN JDDD
BTILLMAN AND PIERCE. ATTORNEYS
at Law. Mr. Stlllman has been admitt
ed to practice In United States patent of
flees and makes n specialty of Patent Law.
Rooms, 10, 11, 12, and 13 Association
BILLY KRASBIG. BARRER SHOP AND BATII
rooms.' OODoette THotel St. Georee. Good
workmen. Everything In the beat sanitary
LIVERY AND FEED 8TABLE8.
IrLE RROS.. court btreet, la
ow block. Electricians, dealers 4n elec-
al "supplies, nouses, stores, wired for
etrir iiiFhts. bolls or telennones. rciec-
bal fixtures of all kinds. Get onr prices.
pair work a specialty.
J8URANCE & LAND BUSINEB8.
H. PARKE9. OFFICE COURT ST.
Jnnonlte Golden Rule hotel : land office
slness. such as tiling 'of claims and Inl
Itlng contests a specialty.
KIN nAILEY. JR.. U. 8. LAND COM
nlssloner specialty made ox land ni-
and nroof; Insurance and collections
lice In Jndd Dulldlng, room 10.
CAB8 AND CARRIAGES.
BBER TIRE HACK. NEW AND V1JBT
stest s"-ie, ror the service or the public
ED. Cirlln and Jas. 8. McKay, nrona.
at tn-s Commercial Livery Stable or
pnone sinin iui and tue nacK will can
CAB LINE. ERWIN BAKER, PROP.
telephone Main 3S3. Stand In front of
BANKS AND BROKERS.
ST NATIONAL BANK OF ATHENA.
regon. capital, ?ro,ooo; surplus and
Its. JflflOO. Interest on time .deposits.
a in foreign and Domestic exchange.
E. L. Barnett. cashier; F. S. Le-
PENDLETON SAVINGS BANK PEN
capital, ? 50,000; surplus joo.ooo;
sr. allowed on time denoslts. Rx-
Special attention given to col-
vice-president; T. J. Morris, cashier.
FARMERS' BANK OF WESTON.
u. a. iiariman, m. ai. jouns, x.
,G. D. Graw. J. F. Kllcore. Robert
T NATIONAL BANK OF PBNDLE-
Capital $70,000; surplus. $05,000.'
ann telegraphic transrers aoja on
). San Francisco. New York .and
pal points In the Northwest. .Drafts
on t:nina, Japan and Europe. Makes
Ions on reasonable terms. Levi An
presldent; W. F. Matlock, vlce-presl-
C, B, Wade, cashier; n. C. Guern-
-TT ' '
L 0'DAN.IHI,, NEW AND SECOND
goods bOlieht' nnil M Pnnrf ni-
new Or seoonil linnil fnrnltnrn
. - - ..m.c uuu it ih kn r . ran nuu
THE OLD 8EMPLE FEED YARD. 728
Cottonwood street, Lindsay & Doty
props. Livery, feed and sale stable. Sad.
die horses at all times. Horses for sale.
Phone Red 41.
O. K. FEED AND BALES YARD. B. CHE8
nut, prop., AID Aura St. bet. Webb and
Alta. "O. K." treatment given horses left
In onr care.
TIIE CITY LIVERY BOARD AND SALE
Stable, M. J. Carney, proprietor, for
fine turnouts. Stable 118 Alta street
COMMERCIAL STABLES, G. W. FROOMB
Prop. Livery, Feed and Boarding. All
kinds of turnouts. Competent drivers. Op
posite uotei I'enmeton. 'fnone mam itn
DEPOT LIVERY, FEED AND SALES
Stables. First-class single nnd double
rigs for all occasions. 027 Cottonwood
St., 'phone Main 701. Elvln Craig, prop.
OREGON FEED YARD, W. T. BOYNTON
Prop. Special care given to horses left
with me. Lower Webb street 'Phone
BOARD AND LODGING.
FHE BTRAHON ROOMING H0U8E. MAIN
St, Mrs. R. A. Btrahon, prop. Nice large
well kept rooms In new building, with
rood clean beas.
THE WHITE .LODGING HOUSE, 801
South Main street, M. T. Bradley, prop.
Housekeeping rooms and lodging rooms.'
Good comfortable rooms and clean, well
kept beds. Lodging 25 cents.
UMPIRE LODGING HOUSE, CORNER OF
E. Court and Johnson streets; goods
large, clean rooms witn comrortapie beds.
Rates 25c and 50c a night Tboa. Smart,
HOTEL ALTA, CORNER ALTA AND
Mill streets. Board bv the dav or week.
Good table set. Rates $4 and $5 per week.
Pendleton Feed lard In connection. L.
BOOT AND 8HOE REPAIRING.
JOHN WILSON. FIRST CLASS 8H0E-
msker and repairer. Best material used
and good work done. Bhop 11T Alta
OR. J. CHRISTIE. VETERINARY BURGEON.
Pendleton. Onwon. craduatn nf tho Roval
Veterinary College. KdlnbnrTh. Rontland: lata
government IntpecWr lor Yale .Dl.trlct. B. C. j
all domeitlo anlmala treated on iclentiflc prln-
OlDies: located at rroome'i Htahlea. Main atrtwt
opposite Hotel Pendleton; residence telephone
WANTED GENTLEMAN BOARDERS BY THE
week: cood table let. mm N. J. Lonelev.
302 Water street, corner Johnston.
WANTED NICELY FURNISHED R00M8 FOR
housekeeping. Apply at this .office.
vn . i' I .
a "11 best In town, nn w.hh at
WANTED ADVBRTI8RB TO MAKE USB
of these classlfled columns. If yon have
someth.nc von have no ne for. offer to
trade It for aomsthlng that some other
body may have and have no nse for, some
thing that yon may need In yonr tnwteeaa.
Yon may have an extra horse that you
may wish to trade for a cow or vehi
cle. Somebody may have the cow and
vehicle and want the horse. A fifteen or
twentytflre cent want ad will probably do
Takes Styers to Succeed In Most Any
Business, But Especially In the
Stock Business, And One Should
Follow One Line.
(By a Staff Writer.)
The writer has just returned from
a trip through Wallowa county. Sum
ming up the impressions of the trip
I believe there Is no locality that I
havi yet visited where a little money,
a good deal of Industry and a large
amount of staying qualities will bring
larger returns than In Wallowa coun
ty. To the young man who will refrain
from frittering away his time In side
Issues, who will turn a deaf ear to
the siren sounds of the clinking glass,
the rattling chips and other such at
tractions, and who will devote his
attention to cattle, horses or sheep
and I emphasize the OR, for he will
be less apt to succeed If he tries to
handle more than one kind of stock
there Is a chance to succeed.
For tho first few years It will be
hard work and small returns, but
this is his testing time. It Is the time
that fortune Is trying the man and
seeing of what metal he Is made. If
hard knocks serve but to temper the
metal and It does not go to pieces
or crumple up under the strain he
will do and Dame Fortune is ready to
remove her frown and smile upon
him. His herds or flocks' have begun
to increase and if he will hold on
through good times and hard times he
will have a good living and accumu
By going well back from the settle
ments government land may be taken
up where there Is back range In the
hills and gorges which will not be
taken up for years to come.
In Joseph which Is the end of the
stago and freight lines I talked with
a prominent stockman. "I came here
18 years ago," he said, "I did not
have a .dollar. I worked and earned
a few hundred dollars. Then I took
up a homestead as far aB I could
from settlement. I bought a few
cows and a good bull to head the
herd. Every dollar I could got I put
"My score or so of cattle were a
hundred before long. I sold my
steers when they were 3-year-olds
and put as much of the money as I
could back Into calves. Money
doubles up awful fast In stock fori
the price of a steer will buy several
yearjfngs and In two years you can
turn them out for three times tho
price you paid.
"Now I have 1140 acres and a big
bunch of cattle. I have known men
who got scared by hard times or low
prices and became quitters and today
they are freighting or working for
some one else.
"Another class who fail to succeed
ace those who are always shifting
from one class of stock to another.
I know a man who was worth $10,000
in the cattle business and he thought
there was a fortune In sheep so he
sold his cattle and bought sheep. The
experience ho had gained In the cattle
business was of no use to.hlm In his
new venture so concluding that the
sheep Industry was not what It was
cracked up to he he traded for horses,
The price of horses dropped almost
out of sight and in place of buying, all
he could at the low prices they could
be had for he sold what ho had and
wont Into a storo J n town.
"I think he Is clerking yet. He did j
not have the sand, the grit to stay
by a losing game till the tide turned.
O, It Is the stayers that win out in
the stock business and for stayers
there are fine openings in this county."
owlnar fVltk Gratia lm the Hi
west Vulne of Ilnr-rowlngf.
One of the principal causa of failure
in securing a good catch of clover Is
the lack of moUture immediately after
eedlug, says a Minnesota correspond
ent in American Agriculturist Any
method that will aid in conserving
moisture Is of great benefit The trou
ble can be remedied to a considerable
extent by harrowing the ground imme
diately after seeding so that the seed
will be covered Kvlth. from one-half to
one inch of soli. In light sandy soils
the seed can be covered much deeper,
particularly In dry seasons. Where the
soil Is heavy and the season wet halt
an Inch Is sufficient. I nm convinced
that clover seed will stand a great deal
of moisture provided it is not covered
too deep. In addition to improper OOV'
trlng I think failure often results from
sowing a small amount of seed. I do
not consider fifteen pounds per acre
any too much. Where one good stand
Is obtained by using a smaller amount
several failures result
If clover seed Is sown with spring
grain, It may be mixed with the grain
seed if both are sown broadcast but if
a drill Is used for the grain sow the
clover seed by hand or with a grass
seeder after the grp.!n has been put in.
Then go over the field with a light har
row. In my experience I ttive found
that by., sowing cae bushti of soma
early variety of "oats with plover seed,
cutting the oats as soon as the tops be
gin to turn and allowing the clover to
grow by Itself thereafter, Is very satis
factory. A better stand of clover can
bo obtni, d In this way than by any
other method. In the far northwest the
best results are obtained by sowing ten
pounds of medium red clover seed and
fire pounds of mammoth red clover per
A Fire Ilovr Corn Marker.
The cut shows a fire row corn mark
er. The runners are 1 or 2 feet Jong,
0 Inches wide and 2 Inches thick. They
are placed as far apart as you want
your rows and two three Inch boards
(A) nailed on top. D is a handle,
The driver walks In the last mark
previously made and holds the handle
1 time 15c
2 times 20c
1 week 30c
1 tlmo 20o
2 times SOo
1 week 45c
Extra lines: 10 cents eah week; 25 cents a line per month.
FOR SAI.K-A DAVID BRADLKY AI.I-STEEL
ny Rleri forssle at abartsln. J. II. Pen
pal n, Uklnh, Oregon
FOR SALE- TWENTY ROOH LODCIINO
hone: furntihed! will bs sold at a bsrssln:
It will rmv von to look Into this offer. Address
"B," cure East Orefronlan,
OLD NEWBPAI'RKb TO PUT UNDRR
caroets. on shelves, walls, or for wrap
ping purposes. Old newspapers In lam
bundles of 100 each at 2K rents at bundle
at the F1A8T OREOONIAN office. Pendle
STRAYED FROM rABTURE-RAY OEM1INO.
blaefc point: 5 yer old; weight bont 1200;
branded "A I.'"on rtshthlp; mnsll ullt In right
ear. Ten dolUra rcwurd will be paid for heme
or Informstlon leading to recovery. O. E. Mo-
uieuan, rennieion, ure.
HORSKS TO PASTimn TIMOTnY, OR
chard and bromc grasses: good pasture:
plenty of rnnnlng water. Terms reasona
ble. W. D. Ross, Meacham, Oregon.
KEf.T.AR RROTnr.RS. PI.ASTERINfl
and cementing. Cement walks a spe
cialty. Estimates furnished free. Work
guaranteed. Leave orders at Radlev and
Zahners cigar store. Main St., P. O. box
MISS MINNIE 8. ROBE, GRADUATE
Nurse. 2fo Turk street. 'Phone RIark
354 : calls tiny or night promptly respond
WOOD SAWING, CONTRACT WORK A.
R. Stephens. ITeaduartcrs at drays
Ilnrbor Commercial Co., and Neuman's
Cigar Store. 'Phones Rlack 124 and Main
GENERAL REPAIR BIIOP. WEI1R ST..
West of notel Eastern. All kinds of re
pairing done at reasonable prices. Rlcy
cles, gun and machine repairing a special
ty. Simmons, Proprietor.
A COIIN MAI1KEH.
In ono hand. There should be such s
handle on each side of the marker,
Use ono horso and attach a rope or
wire from each outside runner to the
traces. This marker Is described by a
correspondent in the Ohio Farmer.
Potatoes that have been kept by
banking with earth should not be dis
turbed Jn the spring until about the
last of April. They may then be taken
from the bank and may bo stored lu li
cellar or a dark corner of the bum un
til about one week before planting
time. Then they should be spread upon
the ground where they will be fully ex
posed to the sunlight This will cause
the buds to inako a strong, vigorous
growth, which Is not broken off when,
the tubers are planted. Permitting the
buds thus to start greatly facilitates
growth after planting. The Cornell (N,
V.) station has found this method of
procedure to work well, much better
than wIiho seed tubers are stored In
cellars or where they are banked im
mediately after digging.
FOR BALK AT THW EABT ORBOOrUN
office. Urge tinndles of newspapers,
tatnlng over 100 Ms papers ras be ok
tslnd for 2ft rent a hnfidla.
FOR- RENT FtTRNISITED TIOfTRKKKEPINO
rooms and sin le rooms. 719 College street,
opposite court house. Mrs. Alice Smith, Prop.
FOR RENT FIVE ROOM COTTAOE ON CLAY
street, between Webb and Railroad. Inquire
of Jas. B. Welch. 120 Court street.
German Catholics of California.
San Jose, Cal., Aug. 30. Delegates
and visitors aro arriving In consider
able numbers from various parts of
tho state for tho third annual conven
tion of tho German Gftthollcs of Cali
fornia. The gathering will bo for
mally opened tomorrow morning with
tho celebration of solemn high mass
In St. Mary's church. Fromi tho
church the delegates will repair to St.
Mary's hall, where the business ses
sions are to be held. Tho local Cath
olics havo united In arranging elabor
ate entertainment for tho visitors and
a successful gathering Is anticipated.
We are in the transferini- anil
trucking business and are pre
pared to move light or heavv arti
OFFICE MAIN ST., Near Donot,
Telephone Main 51.
4am CNUM PACIFIC
psrAST Tlmo Schftltilo isjitvs
roa From I'umllotou raosi
Chicago- Bait Lake, Demver, Ft.
Portland Worth, Omaha. Kan-
Special sas City, St. Louts, 8 :00 a. as,
ft:) P.m. Chicago and East.
ington. Atlantlo Batt Laku, Denver, Ft
Express Worth, Omaha. Kan-
SiiAa m. sat City, fit. Lonli, 11:10 p. ss,
via Hunt- Chicago tnd East.
ri p.ni Walla Walla,Lawlston,
aita m lallman, Mlnneapo- n
8.15 a. m, u..8t. Paul. Dululh,
Ocean and River Schedule.
All sailing dates sub
.:00 p.m. kJ" 40 .
Ball every S days.
3SX Columbia River t
8:00 p m. To Astoria and Way Sunday
10 WO p. m, J
Boats leave Portland dally, except Bandar,1
fttsge of water permitting) (or Wlllamsue and
Yamhill River points.
Leave " ""Leave
Klparla Bnake River Lowltton
lJ.m. Rlparta to Lewlston 70 a. sa.
Kxcpt Mon Kxopt Most
F. F. WAMBLKY, Agent, Pendleton.
Chicago, Ht. Paul, St. Louis, Kan
sas City, Ht. Joe, Omaha, and
All Points East and South
Portland and points
on tho Sound
Leavs Pendloton, dally except Cnndays at
Arrive renaieiou ouasy, lveuaesutx
Friday IfM pm.
Arrlvs Pendleton Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday 10S5 am.
Leave Walla Wlla dally, east bound, 9X0 pau
Arrlvs Walla Walla dally, wait bound, 0S aa.
For Information regarding rates and aooo
modatlons, call on or address
W. A DAUB, Agant,
B. B. UALDKRIIKAD.a. P.A., .
walls waiia, wain,
Boarding, and Day School for Girls
WALLA WALLA, WABII.
Finishing and accredited college preparatory
courses. Muuo a specialty; Voice, violin and
lano. The Iter Andreas Hard, Prealdent of
him jinogeu iioyer, rnncipal.
Terms IKX) to I400.,
JBJSW UuaiUH SS
t i ftirttttrc
MEN AND WOMEN.
Um Big O for unnatural
rriiaiioo. ur uiiciaiujb.
of uiucuus cacuitr.Dai,
Palnluj. and nut uilUn
ItmEvwI&UIicuCo. sent or polaunona,
siscwsiTt,o.EHfl . , ""waats.
by irM., ir.paU, tag
sf JJU. or a tattle-
Circular sent cu iwiuaat.
Pullman Sleeping Cnrs,
Elegunt Dining Cars,
Tourist Sleeping CarH.
f Hi'. PAUL
TO. GRAND KORKH
THROUGH TICKETS TO
and all points Kaat and Bouth
Through tickets to Japan and China, via .
and American Has.
Trains leave Pendleton dally except Sunday
at 7 0 p. in.
For fnrthar Information, tliaa eardi. nui
and tickets, call on or writs W. Adams, Paa.
dlston, Oregon, or A. D. OlIAKLTON,
intra ana Morrison Bit., roruana, me.
assmirv M in.pacH. u uasires, eaminai amissions, inmiHoi, t.
wt Sr'a&flWWya rtj sums; iywv&
hM Mormon Bishops' Pills Un Uca la i out $o )iui ly a UUcft of ib Mmidos
Church W4 tiit iUiun9 VtAOiuJ cuc ih wotU cxttt Jo c44 u4 yuumr tfUlar Iim trlcU
t4 Mifiixi. diriiUott. cki, Qt climtu-KotAifl. oufss UitMnnhood. Im
is rower, njcnc-ifsss, perrnaiorrnoeu iniumnm, ranm
ffintioiL. lioiii tret i
sarfi-kAA. BtJinuIltea tha Lckia &nd Des cciitcrf.. jjh lia-. il f. fa en Lr null. SufssUaVUS A wiltUsn irturitU tu cufdl
t swmj feujMisaj. ui. u. citiU u. AdWrst, utQp Rsmsdy Co., oun f runcloo OmU
SOLD BY TALLMAN A CO., DRUQQI3T8, PENDLETON, OREGON.