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COUNT SIX AVERAGE WORD8 TO THE LINE.
Is Catcts and Societies
I-AND TRADE8. ALPHABETICALLY ARRANGED.
FFICE IN JUDD
10 to 12 a. m.;
tGnmtmlWG ironoira, iraiar-
is 4S1 Impaired hearing.
W 'lrte"yfor refractive er
kWH.i OFFICE OVER TflB
rMii Mil. leiepuone, oui
'itterai an5 surgeon. Office In
X iw.- ItejsMe
.20, Judd building.
nee 'pnone, oiaca
OM 17 ASSOCIA-
Main 031 ; resi-
tics eye, ear, nose
Tings isans duiiq-
one block west
Ms liases and diseases or wo-
Hotel "lMton, cor.
hmn.;iwiiiiT, OFFICE IN
Idlcg. .TfcewJted 71.
kDWWMHP.' OFFICE IN AS
block. rBcb.mldt's new drug
oni Be WIVtt
",WAttD..-ARCHn,F.CT AND BTJ--daoH.
afcea,ifcomplete and relln-
for bulldlnaavtn the city or coun-
nrnlshed on abort
street near Main.
OR AND HUILD-
Ished on all kinds
Iks. stone walls etc.
xa atjJlaii;Orei;onlan office.
RANK OF ATflENA,
160,000: surplus and
t 03 time deposits.
attpmleri t-n- TTpnpT
ST. J. Kirk, vlce-presl-1
;i cashier: F. a. Le-
UOYAL NKIOnnORB OF AMERICA
Wlldwood Camp, No. 2333, meets second
ad fourth Tuesday of each month In Odd
Fellowa' hall. Mn. Ida nolcomb, Oracle:
Mr. Nettle Robblni, Recorder.
TIMATILLA TENT. NO. 27. K. O. T. M.
Meets In Secret Society Hall, second
and fourth Tuesdays In each month. All
t.ttinr. ntr iCnlt-hta eordlallv Invited. J.
S. Kees, Record Keeper; E. D. Estabrook,
TOVnr.ETON LODGE. NO. 52. A. F. AND
A. M., meets first and third Mondays of
each month, visiting brethren welcome.
T. J. Tweedy, W. 11. ; Joe u. i-arses, ec.
rnNDLETON CHAPTER. NO. 28 T. C.
Taylor, H. P., F. F. Wamsley, secretary.
Meets first and fourth Friday of each
month In 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 Mall.
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA.
Tutnllla Camp, No. B3!9. Meets first
and third Mondays of each month at Odd
Fellows' nail. George A. Hamblln, Con
sul : G. A. Robblns, Clerk.
WOODMEN OF TnE WORLD REGULAR
meetings of Pendleton Camp. no. 41. w.
of W. are held In 8ecret Society nail
every Saturday evening. Visiting neigh
bors are always welcome. J. P. Walker,
Clerk : J. P. Earl, C. C.
BALLERAY A VcCOtJRT. LAWYERS, Asso
CARTER AND RALEY, ATTORNEYS AT
Law. Office In Savings Bank Building.
STEPHEN A. LOWELL, ATTORNEY AT
Law. Room 14 Association Blk., Pen
HENRY J. BEAN, ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Association Block, Pendleton, Oregon.
S. BERKELEY. ATTORNEY
Office In Association Block.
E. D. BOYD, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Ill
L. B. REEDER. ATTORNEY AT LAW,
JAMF.S A. FEE. LAW OFFICE IN JUDD
STILLMAN AND PIERCE. ATTORNEYS
at Lnw. Mr. Stlllman has been admitt
ed to practice In United States patent of
fices and makes a specialty of Patent Law.
Rooms, 10, 11, 12, and 13 Association
LIVERY AND FEED STABLES.
TnE OLD SEMPLE FEED YARD, 723
Cottonwood street Lindsay ft Doty
props. Llverv, feed and ssle stable. Sad
dle horses at all times. Horses for Bale.
'Phone Red 41.
IYINGS BANK PEN
rcanlzed March 1
0 : surplus $00,000
time deposits. Ex
Id on all principal
itlon clven to col
!sh. nresldent : J. N.
(ait; jr. J. Morris, 'cashier.
K OF WESTON.
T"nrraaMi Does a general Dan
Jt san-haswe boncht and sold,
e promptly.' attended to. R.
Hbrealdeat !jeorce W. Proe betel
if'tnt: !j9lKlIgore, cashier: dl-
' Al'BiHii. M. M. Johns. T.
.'Bnr2ja. F. Kllgore, Robert
"1. w. Preeeetel
ITIONATjV BANK OF PENDLE-
, rpltIVf-$W,f00: surpl.us, $05,000,
"In -flWiiMMLl -?tinnlilni? htlfllness. Ex-
China,, Japan and Europe. Makes
on treasouanie terms. Levi An
3:"WaeTe.iffashlcr; n. C. Guern-
I tbstieltr.!. narvest views. In
o for; ajfje. Finishing done for
I jiala.'WS.wnear bridge. 'Phone
:tR0a"0URT STREET, LA
ck. Electricians, dealers In elec-
pMs.., Safnes, stores, wired for
rhts. Mm or telephones. Elec-
area ct all kinds. Get our prices
ra b aimiaicy.
tNCE tal LAND BUSINESS.
FARMS, OFFICE COURT ST.
1 GoMea Rule hotel: land office
sncb1 Jlling of claims and Inl
itesta a specialty.
UL?7lJn.. U. S. LAND COM-
iiy maae or isna ni
inrance and collections.
aiding, room 16.
ACK. NEW AND VERY
the service of the public.
Jas. H. McKay, prona.
erclal Livery Stable or
,ji ana the nact win call
TnE PITY LIVERY BOARD AND SALE
Stable. M. J. Cnrnev. proprietor, for
One turnonts. Stable 118 Alta street
COMMERCIAL STABLES. O. W. FROOME
Prop. Livery. Feed and Boarding. All
kinds of tnrnonts. Competent drivers. Op
posite notel Pendleton. 'Phone Main 101.
DEPOT LIVERY. FEED AND SALES
Ktables. Flrat-clnss slnele and double
rigs for all occasions. 027 Cottonwood
St, 'phone Main 701. Elvln Craig, prop.
"lie told nie he caught a fish three feet long;."
"Ho told me he caught one six feet long."
That shows that he thinks you are twice as big a fool as I am."
OREGON FEED YARD. W. T. BOYNTON
Prop. Special care plven to horses left
with me. Lower Webb street. 'Phone
BOARD AND LODGING.
THE STRAHON ROOMING HOUSE. MAIN
St., Mrs, Ri A. Strahon, prop. Nice large
ell kept rooms In new building, with
rood clean beds.
rnE WHITE LODGING nOUSE. 301
Bon'th Main street. M. T. Bradley, prop.
Housekeeping rooms and lodging rooms.
Hood comfortable rooms and clean, well
ept beds. Lodging 25 cents.
EMPIRE LODGING HOUSE. CORNER OF
E. Court and Johnson streets: poods
isree. clean room with comfortable beds,
tntefi 25c and COr a night. Tbos. Smart
nOTEL ALTA. CORNER ALTA AND
Mill streets. Board bv the oav or wees.
Good table set. Rates 4 and 15 per weeK
Pendleton Feed Yard In connection. u
BILLY KRA8SIO. BARBER SHOP AND BATH
rooms.. Onnle Hotel St. George. Good
workmen. Everything In the beat sanitary
BOOT AND SHOE REPAIRING.
L. GREKNAWALT), TnB OLB RELIABLE
Shoemaker. First ola reoa'rlne with bst
rnnterifila. Bhoo In rear of oinninger, wuson
JOHN WILSON. FIRST CLAPS SHOW-
tnakea and repairer. Best material nsed
snd good work done. Shop 117 Alta
FOR BALE A DAVID BRADLEY ALL-STEEL
BsvBler: for sole at a bargain. J. B Dei-
paln, Uklah. Oregon.
ERWIN BAKER. PROP.
853. Stand In front of
IEL, NEW AND SECOND
light and sold. Court St..
kk. Call and see blm.
I DEALER IN SECOND
(f there u anything yon
second band furniture.
are and crockery, call and
Vi court Nt.
ION FOR WHEAT RACKS
bt In town. 314 Webb St'
FOR SALE GASOLINE ENGINE. WITH
pipes, tanks and Ottlnn. reartv to oper
ate, five to six horse power. Economical
In the nee of fnel. Price $250. Eaat Ore
conlan office. Pendleton.
FOR SALE AT THE EAST OREOONIAN
office, targe hnndlee of newspapers, con
taining over 100 big papers eaa be ob
tained for 2ft cents a bnodle.
FOR RENT FURNISHED nOt'PEKKEPINQ
rooms and sin le room. 71 Collero street,
opposite court houso. Mrs. Alice Smith, Prop.
FOR RENT-FIVE ROOV fOTTAOE OS CLAY
street, between Webb and Railroad. Inquire
of Jw B. Welch, 120 Court street.
WANTED GENTLEMAN BOARDERS BY TITE
week: good table eet. Mm N. J. Longley,
302 Water street, cornerJohnston.
WANTED NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
housekeeping. Apply at tbli office.
Local Market Prices.
The following shows the prices
paid on the local market:
Pineapples, $6 a dozen.
Watermelons, $5 a dozen.
Muskmelons, $3 a dozen.
Tomatoes, 5 cents per pound.
Peaches, 10 cents per pound.
Apricots, 10 cents per pound.
Plums, three boxes for 25c,
String beans, 6c per pound.
Parsnips, 75c per sack.
Cabbage, 3c per pound.
Cheese, per pound, 20c.
Onions, 3c per pound.
Green onions, 25c dozen.
Beets, per pound, lc.
New Potatoes, lVlto per pound.
Garlic, 12c per pound.
Pendleton Live Stock and Poultry.
Chickens, hens, per doz., $2.50 to
Turkeys, per lb., 10c
Geese, per doz., $9.
Spring chickens, per doz., 12.50 and
Ducks, per doz., $3.75.
Pigeons, per doz., $1.50.
Eggs, 20c in trade.
Butter, 25c and COc per roll.
Choice Beef Cattle, Etc.
Cows, per hundred, $3.1003.25.
Hogs, live, $C.
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, 12c per lb;
next grade, 8 l-3c per lb.
Sugar Cane granulated, best, $5.25
per sack; do., 10 lbs. $1.
Salt, coarse, $1 per 100; table, $2.50
Flour, B. B. $3.25 per bbl.
Flour, Walter's, $3.25 per bbl.
Skins, Hides and Pelts,
Portland, Sept. 11. Sheepskins
Shearlings, 1520c; short wool, 25
35c; medium wool, 30 COc; long
wool, C0c$l each.
Hides Dry hides, No. t, 16 pounds
and up, 1515VSc per pound; dry kip,
No. 1, 5 to 15 pounds, 12c; dry calf,
No. 1, under 6 pounds, 10c; dry salt
ed bulls and stags, one-third less than
dry flint; salted hides, steers, sound,
CO pounds and over, 89c; 50 tn 60
pounds, 78c; under 50 pounds and
cows, 7c; stags and hulls, sound,
5c; 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 $i.b0z; dry, each, $l
1.50; colt's hides, each, 2550c; goat
skins, common, each, 10 15c; An
gora, with wool on, each, 25c$l.
Pelts Bear skins as to size, No. 1,
each, 15.020; cubs, $2G; badger,
each, 1040c; wildcat, 2560; house
cat, 510c; fox, common gray, each,
3050c; do red, each, $1.5002; do
cross, each $56; do silver and
black, each $100200; fisher, each,
$G6; lynx, each, $2,3; mink, strict
lyly No. 1, each, 60$1.50; marten,
pale pine, accordlngto size land color,
$1.E02; muskrats, large, each, 50
10c; skunk, each, 4050c; civet or
polecat, each, 510c; otter, for large
prime skins, each, $57; panther,
with head and claws perfect, each
$23; raccoon for large prime, each,
3050; wolf, mountain, with head
perfect, each. $3,500)5; wolf, prairie,
(coyote), wtihout head, each, 3035c;
wolverine, each, $47; beaver, per
skin, large, $5C; do medium, $304;
do small, $11.50; do kits, fi075c.
The hops were contracted by Port
land dealers at 12 cents a pound.
Inasmuch as their value Is at least
10 cents a pound above that figure,
the dealers have landed a cool profit
of about $1500 on tho lot. It goes
hard with tho grower these days to
lino tho pockets of tho dealer with
gold in this fashion, but the dealer
must havo the money.
Tho market does not yet know
where It Is at, and no trading Is re
ported. Everybody Is waiting for the
other fellow to move first and set a
precedent for values to work on. Just
now there Is no telling at whnt figure
the market will open, but tho top fig
ure will probably be between 22 and
25 cents per pound. Tho market does
not generally get under way until
most of the contracts arc filled, and
this time will come probably early
next month. It Is not believed that
there will bo so many "shorts" as
there were last year. It there are any
this season their Identity has not yet
been revealed. The Eastern market
rules dull. Advices from New York
yesterday were to tho effect that
everybody there waB waiting for U
The total Oregon crop will proba
bly be between 85,000 and 90,000
bales. October will be a busy month
In trading, and it is expected that by
November 1 about 30,000 bales will
have been moved. Last year at that.
time 20,000 bales had been moved
The crop last season was 73,000 bales
of which 64,000 were shipped to mar
ket by rail and 9000 by water.
1 time 15c
2 time 20c
1 week 30c
Extra lines: 10 cents each
1 time Ma
2 times SOo
1 week 45c
a week; 23 cent line per month.
STRAYED FROM PAST t'RK BAY GKt.niNO.
black polnt:ftyent old: weight about 1J00
branded "A I." on right hip: email silt In right
ctr. Ten dollar reward will be paid for horse
or Information leading to recovery. G. K. Mc
Clctlnn, Pendleton, Ore.
KELLAR BROTHERS, PLASTERING
and cementing. Cement walks a spe
cialty. Estimates fnrnlshed free. Wo
guaranteed. Leave orders at Badley ai
Zahner'a cigar store. Main St., V. O. tH
WOOD SAWING, CONTRACT WORK A.
It. Stephens. Ileaduartera at Gravs
Harbor Commercial Co., and Nenm.m's
Cigar Store. Tnonoa Black 124 and Main
OREGON SHORT LINE
TYPEWRITERS AND HUITI.IES-F. 8. MF.U.
rill, Spokane, sgent New Pemmorc for Kin
em Oregon. Fatorn Wahlnglon and Idaho.
Second-hand typewriter, iiippllct, renting,
ca and elsewhere as tho jurisdiction
of the Sovereign Oraud Lodge ex
tends to every civilized country of tho
world whero tho Odd Fellows has se
cured a footing. Though the dele
gates proper to tho Sovereign Grand
Lodge meeting number but several
hundred those In attendance always
Includes thousands of Odd Fellows.
Patriarchs Militant, Sisters of Ho
bokah and other branches of tho order.
COLUMBIA SOUTHERN GRAIN.
Will Carry 20,000 Tons More 'Than
Last Year Out of Sherman County,
Portland, Sept. 12. President Ly
tie, of the Columbia Southern rail
road, expects his line to carry 75,000
itons of wheat and wheat products
out of Sherman county this year,
Last season the road carried out only
about 55,000 tons. Tho increase of
this season's crop Is noarly 50 per
cent over that of last year. Most
of the increase Is in tho southern
half of the county, too, so tho Colum
bla Southern will get a longer haul
than it had on the traffic of last
year. And the O. It. & N. reduction
of 10 per cent In tho Columbia valley
will apply to Biggs Junction, thus
cutting off about 25 cents a ton on
nil wheat brought to Portland.
Less than 4000 tons of flour and
millstuffs were brought out of Slier
man county last year, but this year's
exports will be materially greater, for
two more mills will bo In operation
There was but one mill shipping last
year, now thero Is a second mill at
Wasco, with a dally capacity of 200
barrels of flour, and a now mill at
Moro, capable of turning out 150 bar
rels a day. These will soon bo In op
eration and thero Is certainly wheat
enough to keep them going all tho
The harvest of Sherman county
will not he. completed until woii In
to October. Most of tho heading Is
now done, hut It will take weeks to
finish the threshing. Tho farmers
aio very prosperous, and many now
settlers are going Into tho southern
part of the county. This will glvo
additional grain acreage next year.
One Thousand Five Hundred Dollars
Made on First Consignment,
Portland, Sept, 12, Oregon hops
ore already coming to market. Eighty-
eight bales arrived In Portland yes
terday from the yards 6f Ed Hall, of
Harrlshurg, and C. C. Hayes, of Junc
tion City. They are "Fugglo" hops.
an early variety. The hops are on
the East Side in tho Southern Pacific
warehouse. Receipts of the product
will Increase from now on. This 88-
bale quantity is tho first large ship
ment to arrive In Portland. 1
Odd Fellows Arriving at Des Moines.
Des MolneB. la., Sept. 12. Crowds
of men wearing tho familiar Insignia
of the three links in their coat lapels
are to he encountered at every turn
on tho strets of Des Moines today,
They arc tho advance guard of dele
gates to tho Sovereign Grand Lodge
meeting to he held here during tho
coming week. The large number of
early arrivals Is taken as an Indlca
tlon that tho attendance will eclipse
all estimates, Hotels and boarding
houses aro rapidly tilling and many
private residences havo heen thrown
open for the acommodatlou of the
visitors, Delegates numbering In tho
hundreds aro already here from Illi
nois, Indiana, Nebraska. Minnesota,
Kansas and other states and word
has been received at tho convention
headquarters that special trains aro
on their way hearing largo numbers
of visltoiH from tho East, the South
and from California, Washington, Ore
gon and othPr status of tho far West,
Not only will every state and territory
of tho Union bo represented at tho
gathering, but fraternal delegations
aro to ho present from England, Gor
many, Canada, Mexico, South Amerl-
Massacre of Paoli,
West Chester, Pa., Sept. 12. Ex
tensive preparations are being mado
for tho observance of the 12fith anni
versary of the massacro of Pnoll next
week, and If good weathor shall pre
vail the monument grounds, near
Malvern, where U10 celebration will
take place, will swarm with sovoral
thousand people, including prominent
members of the Sons and Daughters
of tho American Revolution and var
ious other patriotic societies. Tho
program will consist of patriotic
music and addresses by several ora
tors of note. It wns on tho night or
September 20, 1777, that tho troops
commanded by General "Mad An
thony" Wnyno, retreating from tho
battle of Urnndywlne, woro surprised
by the British general, afterward
known as "FlIntleBS Gray." Tho Brit
ish general forbade his men to firo
a shot, ;ind to mako suro of It took
their flints away, whence his nick
name "Fllntless." Tho night was In
tensely dark, mid the Hessians fell
upon tho Amorlcans without n mo
ment's warning, nnd bayonettod them,
only tho genius of General Wayno
saving tho entire nrmy. After tho
Continental troops had retreated, tho
sick and wounded wore cruelly put
to death and the camp burned. On
the following day 53 of tho victims
were burled In 0110 grave and during
tho remainder of the revolution tho
battlo cry which Mired the hearts and
strengthened the arms 01 tho patriots
was "Itemomber Paoll." In J 877,
Just 100 years after tho masacro, tho
present monument wns erected over
the spot where the patriots wcro
hurled. It lb a modest shaft of Quln-
cy granite, surrounded by an Iron
railing, nnd appropriately Inscribed.
rarAar Tlum SoliMulo nun
roa From I'imhIIpIoii raow
Chicago- Salt Lake, Denver. Ft.
Purtland Worth. Omaha, Kan
Special City, Bt. Louis, SjiOa.au
i-M p. m. Chicago and Kaat.
ington. Atlantlo Salt Lnko, Denver, Ft.
Kxpreis Worth, Omsha, Kan-
6:ua m. sna City, St. i.oill, 1I!I0 p. a,
via Hunt- Chicago and Eait. '
m Walla Walla,Lewlnton,
v..iu.it Spokano, Wallace
g "A a m Pullman. Mlnueapo
8.15a. m, Hi rt. Paul, Dululii, -P--
Hrwa-.ne Milwaukee, Chicago
Ocean and River Schedule.
All sailing dates sub-
imn m Jt'Ct to change. ivnn m
S:00p. m. rorSanFrnncUco 0m.
Ball every i days. ,
s9r Co,umbU ,,lfer ) P.m.
8:00 p m. To Aitorla and Way Sunday
10 MO p. m.
Boats leavo Trtland dally, oieept Bandar,
fatnge ot wator permitting) for V lllamaUe and
Yamhill Itlvi-r points.
ltlpsvla Bnakft lllver Lewtatoa
4 J04 a. m. Illparla to Lcwlaton 7 tt a. m.
EicptMon Kicpt Meal
F. F. WAM8LKY, Agent, Pendleton,
Battel&hip Iowa Aground.
Now York, Sept. 12. Tho United
States battleship Iowa Imb run
aground near Capo Nossa Sonhora de
Desterro and tho Island of MIlo, ca
bles tho Herald correspondent nt Hlo
do Janeiro, Brazil, Tho Iowa had
just finished target praetlco and was
returning to Friars Islnnd, Tho Ilia-
zlllan minister of marine has ordered
warship to go to tho aid of tho
Iowa. Capo Nossa Sonhora do Des
terro Is on tho Island of Santa Cath-
arlnn, 1C0 iiiIKm uMithwui tf Kin ;
Janeiro. The Island is about half way
letween Montevideo, Uruguay, and 1
uu) an Janeiro, tiio lowa is tno nag- r 1
ship of tho South Atlantic squadron, lal I TO UU
near Admiral (ieorgo W. Hummer is
n command of the South Atlantic sta
tlon. Captain Thomas Perry com
mands the Iowa. Tho crulsor Atlanta
is tho only other watshlp In tho South
Pullman Sleeping Curs,
Elegant Dining Girs,
Tourist Sleeping Curs.
TO UtHAND KORKU
THROUGH TICKETS TO
anil all pointa East ami Bouth
Through tickets to Japan and China, via
Tacoina and Northern I'nclflc Hteamahlp Co,
and American lino.
Trains leave Pendleton iUIIv eirtl Bund
For further Information, lime cards, map
and ticket, call on or write W. Adama. Pan.
dleton, Oregon, or A. 1). OHAKLTOh.
Third and MorrUon HU Portland. Or.
Philadelphia, Pa.. Sept. 12. Tho
series of fontests to determine tho In
ternational cricket championship com
menced today on the Gcriuuutowu
creases and LOtiHlileiahlo Intel oki Is
manifested In the result by lovers
Chicago, Ht. Paul, Ht. Louis, ICuu.
huh City, Ht. Joe, Omaha., and
f tho game. Though tho Canadian ''fiWi'fA
All Points East and South
Portland and points
on the Sound
Leave Pendleton, dally except Sunday al
Arrive Pendleton Monday, Wednesday and
Arrive Pemtieton Tuesday, Thursday ant
team Is not to Htioug this year ns In Saturday lows am
former yeais the players showed up Leave Walla Walla datlr.eaat bound, pra.
well 111 the opening and apparently "' w" WaJla dally, westbound, tlOaia.
they will hi- able to glvn tho I'hllu
will he uhl(
dclphla team a liuril tussle for tho
hampfonshlp honors, Tho contesets
will be concluded to morrow.
For Information resardlnv ratoa and acootaw
oiudatlona, (.ail oil or aililreaa
V. AIIAMB, Agent,
,8 U. OALDKUIIKAD.fl. P. A.,
' Walla Walla, Waah.
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and rtatores small wi-kb: iirguna. '
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