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Cafds and Societies
COUNT 8IX AVERAGE WORDS TO THE LIT E.
Iand trades, alphabetically arranged.
II THREE LINES.
0. CetJfcTuETICE IN JDDD
. OffM bftWM, 10 to is a. m. ;
6 troubles, ratar-
for refractive er-
I K fsimwSFFicr. over thr
I PM 8TBk. Telephone, SO ;
i'Btoee' iSBrjeon. Office In
, . "Ha.- Tefwie ; Office, black
lo-xujiAM HoMB,irnrsTriAN and
"hOmm.-AX-tO, Judd bnlldlnfr.
iHln 71." .wunatnce pnone, dibck
noTAii NEiGnnons or America
Wlldwood Carap, No. 2333, meet aecond
nd fourth Tuesday of each month In Odd
Fellows' hall. Mra. Ida Holcomb, Oracle:
Mrs. Nettle Itobbms, Recorder.
UMATIM.A TENT, NO. 2T, K. O. T. M.
Meets In Secret Society Hall, aecond
and fourth Tuesdays In each month. AH
rtnltlnrr Sir Knlshts cordially Invited. J.
S. Keen, Record Keeper; B. D. Estabrook,
rnNni.ETON i.onoa no. b2, a. f. and
a: M., meets first and third Mondays of
each month. visiting brethren welcome.
T. J, Tweedy, W. M. ; Joe II. Parkes, Sec.
Main 031 ; real
es eye, ear, nose
iTlngs Rank build
one block west
BMUM :fma diseases of wo-
Motel' i"eMetou. Cor. Water
RtsL, rBBetoK, Or. 'Phone
3f ISUOHAN, TWNTIBT. OFFICE IN
gliding. 'PbeaeBed 71.
-'tNN. DHNTIW.OFFICE IN AS
. . n block, ore Bekwtdt's new drug
) Hone Bed 1.-4VS-
'"OWARD, TICHITECT AND SU
9ndent.0BMke;'Cesiplotc and rella
s. t for"boHtaa;te the city or conn
m 17 Jadd bnlWHng.
"Vs. BstlmateifTflmlshed on short
l Job wo-iaieclalty. Prumpt
Shop-im lalrvet near Main.
.jay. cosmmm and nuiLp. ,
PENDLETON CHAPTER, NO. 28 T. C.
Taylor, n. r., F. F. Wamley, secretary.
Jleets first and fourth Frldny of each
month In Masonic nail.
DAMON LODGE. NO. 4. KNIOHTS OF
Pythias. L. W. neld, C. C: R. W.
Fletcher. K. of R. and S. Meets every
Monday In Secret Society nail.
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA.
Tutnllla Camp, No. G3P.9. Meets first
and third Mondays of each month at Odd
Fellows' nail. Georce A. Hamblln, Con
sul : G. A. Robbing, Clerk.
WOODMEN OF TnE WORLD REGULAR
meetlntrs of Pendleton Camp. No. 41, W.
of W. are held In Secret Society nail
every Saturday evening. Visiting neigh
bors are always welcome. J. P. Walker,
Clerk; A. J Owen, C. C
w l tmi
RAII.ERAY A McCOURT, LAWYERS, ASaO
CARTER AND HALEY, ATTORNEYS AT
Law. Office In Savings Dank Building.
STEPnEN A. LOWELL. ATTORNEY AT
Law. Room 14 Association inc., Ten
HENRY J. BEAN, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Association Block, Pendleton, Oregon.
N. BERKELEY. ATTORNEY
Office In Association Block.
E. D. BOYD. ATTORNEY AT LAW, 111
L. B. REEDER. ATTORNEY AT LAW,
,itone walls etc. 1 JAMES A. PEE, LAW OFFICE IN JDDD
AN KB' AND-iBROKERS.
. JUXIONAXi BANK. OF ATOENA,
lH. -Canl(lT -BO,fww); surplus and
IBOOO. -Interest ,oa time deposits.
''s vt&BfWT. attended to. Henry
t, president; T. J.'Klrk, vlce-presl-1
. l kmH, emsbler ; F. S. Le-1
RTILLMAN AND PIERCE. ATTORNEYS
at Law. Mr. Stlllman has been admitt
ed to practice In Enlted States patent of
fices and makes a specialty of Patent Law.
Rooms, 10, 11, 12, and 13 Association
LIVERY AND FEED STABLES.
I TnE OLD PEMPLE FEED YARD, 72S
Cottonwood street, Lindsay A Doty
props. LIverv, feed and sale stable, nan
SAVINGS BANK PEN-
MMKM mrplus ?DO,000; 1 nie norses nt ail limes, iiorses lor nam.
two deposits. EI- j i none uea i.
ionglven to" coV TnE CITY LIVERY BOARD AND SALE
'"MM,Mant. 1 K 1 eiaDie. M. J. lumpy, prtmrieinr, ivr
t f-lJ. Morris, cashier. ' 1ne turnouts. Stable J18 Alta street.
COMMERCIAL STABLES. 0. W. FROOME
Prop. Livery. Feed and Boarding. All
kinds of turnouts. Competent drivers. Op
posite Hotel renaieton. -rnone Main mi.
P!JAjK",'; OF WESTON,
'.ought and sold.
vlMitended to. R.
;A-HSTttn, -M. M. Johns, T.
.Ii. amw,-J, jr.-'iuigore, uonert
. ,lr7. ProeSel. -
DEPOT LIVERY. FEED AND SALES
btables. First-class Blncle and double
rigs for nil occasions. (127 Cottonwood
St., 'phone Main 791. Elvln Craig, prop.
TIONAt, RANK-OF rENDLE- f OREGON FEED YARD, W. T. BOYNTON
iipltal f7O,O0Q:Brp!us, $95,000. Prop. Special care given to norses lert
,a genenH .BABWBff' DUBiness. lx--wnn inc. i,ucr iicuu uvuir
-1 ny(d, telegraphic ftftmsf era sold on Red 204
u,,ai,M KMihrlMvC-wew York and
V bolilta tn -the .Northwest. Drafts
,rildent.'W. JffMIatlock, vlce-presl-eri'3.
Wnde. cashier; n, C. Gnern-
BOARD AND LODGING.
.mt' cashier. .Ws
rnn strahon rooming noosE. main
St., Mrs. R. A. Strahon, prop. Nice large
I veil kept rooms Id new building, with
ood clean beds.
run ttititt- rnnmvn llr,TTaw A1
a2 South Main street, M. T. Bradley, prop.
JltMAN, LEADING PnOTOGRA- flousekeeplng rooms and lodging rooms.
Fl the city. Harvest views. In- lood comfortable rooms and clean, well
t for .sale. Jflnlahlng done fori tept beds. Lodging 25 cents.
uintn St. tiamv hrldfre. 'I'hone -
CTR Kj AUjfcSU P P L I E 3.
t a .spealWflPK
I EMPIRE LODGING HOUSE. CORNER OF
E. Court and Johnson streets ; goods
'arge, clean rooms with comfortable beds.
Rates 25c and BOc a night, Thos. Smart,
.dealers In elec-' HOTEL ALTA, CORNER ALTA AND
res, wirea ror jiui streets. Hoard by the day or week.
Good table Bet. Rates J4 and 5 per week.
Pendleton Teed Yard In connection. L.
HAD ETi'l.i Tr!
"Did that new doctor succeed In curut . n i h '!
"Yes, but the doctor's bill was so cxcc-slp 'h. t m
iv for worrying over how ho Is to pay U.'1
lui I . i
Local Market Prices.
The following shows the prices
paid on the local market:
Pineapples, J6 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, 5c 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, lVc.
New Potatoes, VAc per pound.
Garlic, 12Vc per pound.
Pendleton Live Stock and Poultry.
Chickens, hens, per doz., ?2.50 to
Turkeys, per lb., 10c.
Geeso, per doz., ?9.
Spring chickens, per doz., $2.50 and
Ducks, per doz., ?3.75.
Pigeons, per doz., $1.50,
Eggs, 20c in trade.
Butter, 40c and COc per roll.
Choice Beef Cattle, Etc.
Cows, per hundred, $3.103.25.
Hogs, live, $C.
Hogs, dressed, Sc.
Calves, dressed, 89c.
Pendleton Retail Grocery Prices.
Coffee Mocha and Java, best, 40c ! cIlarl; nbout 51,50 t0 2'50 I)er ll0Ur- 11
per lb; next grade, 35c per lb: lower ,s 'it iur me uirna-r iu BUreu uy
grades coffee, 25c to 15c per lb;
While it Is true that shredded fodder
was not in general use before this
year, still many progressive farmera
and stockmen hud lennred its value
years ago und have been using It with
entire satisfaction not only througli
the winter, but all the next summer,
says Farmers' Tribune. Professor Hen
ry sent out an Inquiry on this point
lust full, and many reported that they
had fed it to milk cows, stock cuttle
and horses with good success nil
through the summer. Slneo It has
been determined that com stover con
tains more than oue-thlrtl of the di
gestible nutrients in the entire crop of
corn, it is likely that a large portion
which lins heretofore been wasted will
the coming year be harvested. While
farmers are preparing new bins for
their corn crop they will also provide
a place for their s'tover. The term
"corn stover" Includes the stalks,
leaves and husks In fact, everything
except the ear Itself. Some farmers
do uo use the stalk unless a shredder
is a part of the farm equipment.
Coat or Skreddliiif Fodder.
A subscriber of Breeder's Gnzetto
wished to know about shredding fod
derthe cost and how much fodder an
acre will produce. James A. Parden of
Iowa gave him this answer: Most
shredders charge by the hour, but u
few charge by the bushel. Those that
shred by the bushel generally charge
5 cents per bushel; those by the hour
et our prices.
MCE A'itiAMBUSI NESS. BOOT AND SHOE REPAIRING.
5JARKBS, QFflCB COURT ST.
uoinen liuie noici ; tann omce
iell fl tillnir nf rlnlma And I til.
j i--i i
JSLEY.-S JR4 WS.1 LAND COM-
Specially. Bade of land fit-
jroor; -iBSMMMe, and collections.
Idd ,,mHi)t.-ryom 10.
L. GREKNAWALD, THE OLD KFI.IABLK
Shoemaker, First Ha s repa'rlne with b'st
materials. Bhop In rear of Dlndlngcr, Wilson
JOHN WILSON, FIRST CLASS SnOE-
maker and repairer. Best material used
and good work done. Shop 117 Alta
package coffee, 15c per lb,
luce Best head rice, 12c per lb:
next grade, 8 l-3c per lb.
Sugar Cane granulated, best, $5.25
per sacki do., 16 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. 24. oueepsklns
iho bushel. It generally takes about
twelve horxes to run a power oil a
shredder, the farmer furnishing six of
them. A good mnny now use sleam en
gines Instead of powers. They general
ly run by the hour to make It pay. The
farmer must furnish the band cutler In
both cases. It takes Ihreo teams to
haul Into the machine if the fodder is
elose by; if not, it takes more. To
about every forty bushels of corn you
get a ton of fodder, and as it is worth
AND. CARRIAGES. FOR SALE
jUBkKEW AND VERY I
for tt Mlwice of the public. I R PALE A NEW
w 0. uc&ey, prop. I
sHsjt KJUiTery BtaDie on -
vf8 haCk Wl" Ca" F0R RENT'
REMIVflTIK ' 1 1K
writer; a Dargain. van at tins omce.
i MtWW BAKER, PROP.'FOR RENT FDRVISHED HODSEKKKI'ING
.rjjSnd In front of
rooms and slncrle rooms. HQ'r.ntirt iirnnt
opposite court bouse. Mrs, Alice Smith, Prop,
FOR RENT FIVE ROOM COTTAGE ON CLAY
strset, between Webb and Railroad. Inquire
nt tarn II trn I l. nn . . .
CiifJ'DANIL,HBW AND SECOND
1 ,S beuM: aed sold. Court St,
tOt Woe. CH and see him.
c. DWlLBS IN BECOND WANTED WOMAN TO COOK AND 1)0 OEN
fW3Jla anything0 you 1 '.W,0 to "T I two. Apply at
UMr or 'mMM band furniture.
'Crockery, call and ,
;M qanrt ut.
i.,!BB iSl WniOAT RACKS
HSCAR LO R 8.
iBBBBBBBBBBBBWiWlUOP AND BATH
WANTED NICELY FURNISHED RO0MB FOR
uousczeeping. Apply at this omce.
WANTED ADVERTISRS TO MAKE CBB
of these classified columns. If yon bare
sometL.ng you hare no use for, offer to
trade It for something- that some other
body may hare and hare no use for, some
thlnr that too may need In your business.
You may bar an extra bora that yon
may wish to trade for a cow or a rebl
cle. Bomebody may hare the eow and
. V.000 "blew and want tha bone, x flftcaa or
tb. best sanlury twenty, cent want ad will protabl? do
- tba boataeaa.
Wool Valley, 1216c: Eastern ts luufh as hay It pays better to shred
Oregon, 814c; mohair, 2C28c. than to seed down valuable lund.
Hides Dry hides, No. 1, 1C pounds j llou'l Wnstr torn Fodder.
una up, JoiAO'ijc per pouno; ary Kip, in view of the fact that tho uniiiial
No. 1, 5 to 15 pounds, 12c; dry calf.i crop of corn will yield some G0.000.00u
No. 1, under 5 pounds, 10c; dry salt-; to 80,000,000 tons of corn stover, all of
eu umis ana stags, one-mird less tnani whlcli may bo utilized, the American
dry flint; salted hides steers, sound, ! farmer can, If ho is thrifty, save one
CO Pounds and over, 809c; 60 to 60 , tllIrii of the fowIJ vlUL0'f ,
pounds, 7Sc; under 50 pounds and Vrn, (iu (i, ., m '
rnvn 7p? Rtm?H nnd hullo snunH Klfii . " ' " "--
5iAc- kiD sound 15 to 2n'nounris 7r- 1 lesS0U t,ml " c'utuot to waste
vet! souPnd.0,iodto i4 "pSSSSf' ? '.T'
calf, sound, under 10 pounds 8c I tbe cut aml retldwl und fed the
green (unsalted), lc per pound less; ! "Mt save his pastures for
culls, lc per pound less; horse hides, t)h0 ary ful1 weatc which m often
salted, each $1.G02; dry, each, $1 I ,nil)al,'s tIie,u- v't lJ" or shed
1.50; colt's hides, each, 2560c; goat fu" of sledded fodder the stock can
skins, common, each, 1015c; An-I keI,t: Knowing all tho tlmo and will
gora, with wool on, each, 25c$l. I B,nd condition for the feed lot or
Pelts Bear skins as to size. No. 1, to enter the next winter,
each, $E.20; cubs, $205; badger, , . ,., -
each, 10040c; wildcat, 25 050; house ; , , ,
cat. 5ta10c: fox. common irrav. nanh. I G'OCei- hat Imve you been doing ill
anirer.ni.. md ni, tiiuim. aA the cellar bo long
30050c; do red, each, $1.5002; do
cross, each $506; do silver and
hold inoi t 'ii
black, each $100 0200; fisher, each, f'ea,,Iulf "t the sirup measure.
$500; lynx, each, $203; mink, strict- k0 d'Oktd up that It didn't hoU
lyly No. 1, each, EO0$1.6O; marten, uu" u i"""-
pale pine, accordlngto size and color, Grocer Oh, that's what you've been
$1.5002; inuskrats, large, each, 6 dolDg? Well, you tuke your hut und go
10c; skunk, each, 40 050c: civet or home and tell your futhtr to put you
polecat, each, 510c; otter, for largo Into the tract distributing business
prime skins, each, $E7; panther, Vou ain't fitted for the grocery trade,
with head and claws perfect, each Londou Answers.
$203; raccoon for large crime, each.
30 0 50; wolf, mountain, with head Ttie Apuroi.rUle Vehicle.
perfect, each, $3.5005; wolf, prairie, "She seems to be a stickler for dolug
(coyote), wtlhout head, each, 30 035c; everything appropriately,"
wolverine, each. $4t7: beaver.
skin, large, $506; do medium, $304; her marketing u a basket phaeton,"
do small, $11.50; do WU, 500 75c. ciucinnatl Commerclul Trihuue.
1Sc I. 1 time 20c
20c 2 times SOc
30c 1 week 45o
10 cents each a week; 25 cents line per month.
TYPEWRITERS AND SUPPLIES.
F S MKRHIM SPOKANE, WABII . AOKNT
New Densmnra, Hernn l-hanri Irpswrlters,
Mirpilcs. renlme. repulrlne.
ICEI.I.AR RUOTIinitS, l'l.ASTERINd
and cementlnu. Cement walks a spe
cialty. Estimates furnished free. Wo
Guaranteed. Leave orders nt Iladler a i
Zahncr's clpar store. Main St., V. 6. bi
WOOD SAWING, CONTRACT WORK A
It. Stephens. Ilendiinrters at (Irny
Harbor Commercial Co., and Neumnn's
Clear Store. TUones Illack 124 and Main
KOH 9AI.K OASOI.INE ENOINE, WITH
pipes, tanks and flttlurs. ready to oper
ste. five to six horse power. Economical
In the ue of fuel, l'rlco f'JSO. Eatt Ore
conlan office, l'endleton.
Demonstrated to Be the Greatest
Wherovor the American goes in
Europe, It Is with a feeling of satlsfac
tlon that ho tlmls, In tho more Import
ant cities, the adaptation of our Ideas
for lighting the. Our steam lire en
gines, our brass poles that bring men
down from the upper stories of their
station houses, our hinged collars
that snap around tho horses' necks at
a touch, are everywhere. At every
important international exhibition of
recent years, beginning oven with that
of Paris in 1SG7. American lire engines
and lnder trucks have taken prizes.
At the Paris exposition of two years
ago an American lire team from Kan
sas City, fourteen men under Chief
George C. Halo, carried off all the
most important honors nt tho Interna
tional Klro Congress, at which were
represented America, Franco, Portu
gal, Holland. Norway, Belgium, Swit
zerland. Denmark. Italy, Germany.
Turkej. England. Scotland, Wales.
Ireland. Now Zeland, India. Austria,
Mexico and Peru. Nearly 8000 fire
men took pait in tho competitions.
The first contest was mndo with
steam fire engines, on the hanks of
the Seine. About 100 engines compet
ed, flic test was made fiom cold
water in the holler. The averngo time
for foreign engines in getting a
stream from the hose was from 8 tu
12 minutes. Their streams i cached
about half way across tho river. In
flvo minutes and .10 seconds the Amer
ican engine threw a stream that wet
people on tho opposite hank, a dis
tance of 310 feet. Tho size of the
stream was nearly doublo that thrown
by tho other engines. From "Klio
Fighting Todaj and Tonionow," by
Philip C. Hubert, Jr in tho October
and union Pacific
ft ::M p. m.
Salt Ijkp, Denver, Ft,
iviiii) 'iiiniii,. nan
City, tu. umlf,
uiiimko anil Kiut.
Salt Ijiku, Denver, Ft.
Worth, Omshs, Knn,
Ha City, HI. Umli,
Chicago and E.ut.
lla.H, Paul, Iiuluth,
8 aO a. m.
ft:M p. n.
Ocean and River Schedule.
8KKI p. m.
10:00 p in.!
All sailing dates sub-j
Ji'Ct to ehanito. I
Ball overy S days.
To Astoria tml Way
isio p. ra.
All persons knowing themselves In
debted to mo must settle hy Octo
ber 10th, or their ncounts and notes
will be placed In tho hand of an at
torney with Instruction to collect.
12. I.. SMITH.
I PEOPLE EXPECT
In the way of luxury anil
solid comfort wlnn they
Ilot leavo l'nrtlanil dallv, except Sunday,
(stnge of water permitting) lor Willamette and
Yamhill KWiT iHilnts.
7SW ii. m.
I Kxcpt Moo
4M.', a. m.
Rlparla to U'wlttun
V. K. WAMHI.KY, Agont, Pendleton.
And th.y uie .evi-r dlwap
pointed n it c i'ii tint mo t
XHi-tiiig, for U.e Kuiiiouh
TruliiH of tliln KiimoiH l.lne
uro all iiiiijxil wbli '"i'lie
Ue.H of ICvery tiling "
Rememberlt Is theSfjort
Line betwcsQ Minne
apolis. St.Paul ai)d
Auythlng yen with to inow about
iouiioria lb iiauiiug k hjiv aiiiweraa
II. I. SISLEO, Gen'l Aflt
2 Alder Hlrict, fort anil, Ore
T, W. TUASDAI.H,
(ieneral fatienger Agent, ht, I'sul,
Pullman Sleepily Cars,
Elcgnnl Dining Cars,
Tourist Sleeping Cnrs.
THKOUGII TICKETS TO
und all jwliits ICitHt anil Houtli
Through tickets to Japan and (Iblna, via
atVUiJ'p' mT0 1'un,,lc""i l"7 except Hunday
..fffiiSj1'" '"""'.. Umi. ranis, maps
&iidtlok(it,ollou n. ftdiu W. Adama, J'eu.
lletou,()rooii, or A. II. OHAKLION.
Third ami Sfnrrlxnti at" portion') Ore.
Chicago, Ht. 1'uul, Ht. l,ouln, Kun.
hus City, Ht. Joe, Omaha, umi
All Points lias! and South
Portland and points
on the Sound
U)ve I'Aiulletoo, dillr iiieept Hundajs al
arrive Pendleton Monday, Wednesday and
Arrfve IVmlleton Tuesday, 'lliurwlar and
Uiavt) M'alla Walla dally, eatt bound, 9:00 pm,
Arrive Walla Wails dally, weit bound, S Warn.
Kr lnfi,rintlon ri'iiardlnic rates and aocom
modallom, i all on or addreu
W. ADAMB, Afsut,
H 11. UALDKItllEAI), (I, I', A.,
Walla Walla, Wasb,
Mormon Plahopft', MIiiM.e u q ia u tvvtr w
t '-! i ft liiu Mwrinotl
1 n I i ' t if if '4 Ctic. tf
Curi Lost MnnfionJ. Im
pQXpncy. Loet Power, NJght'Lof ts. apermatorrhoha irtOMrtTjt, Pain
hf,Kncf oomlnnl trfilslons tou.A lucit Morvoiu Ua-
falllty. HritJucbo.UnritnoB XofAutnt Unu of fiyfl Oornerii W.flcool,
luiuJiuiL. Jt- i r u 1 r ' , ii i mi h it Ii ml. ITrm I' tdict luiltl. bUMttHMi
qtUt, SUsuiUUi Uu Ltlu m4 ncr.e c. tr ' v a ji, 6 l r I? y W uii, '' A wituen guranu. Utcui
itluii, iritb ft lota. CltcwUit U. Add root, OIhoo mUy to., Can rrrmonco OmU
BOLD BY TALLMAN 1 CO,, DRU GQI8T8, PENDLETON, OREGON.
vt UIjmc dlMijaai' ii, nccuct, or Liswi nioluay.