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Cafds and Societies
kND TRADES. ALPHABETICALLY ARRANGED.
COUNT 8IX AVERAGE
WORDS TO THE LI E.
ICE IN JDDD
10 to 12 a. m. ;
9B8PAIN II LOCK,
PICE OVER THE
trseon. Office in
0. Jndfl building.
ace 'phone, black
HOTAL NEIGHBORS OP AMERICA
Wlldwood Camp, No. 2333, meets terond
ad fourth Tuesday of each month In Odd
Fellows' hall. Mrs. Ida uoicomn, uracie
Mrs. Nettle Robblna, Recorder.
UMATILLA TENT, NO. 27, K. O. T. M.
Meets In Secret Society Hall, second
and fourth Tuesdays In each month. All
vlsltlnc Sir Knights cordially Inylted. X
S. Keea, Record Keeper; E. D. Estabrook,
3M 17 ABSOCIA-
Main 031: real-
Hen ere. ear. nose
rings tlnnk bnllu-
one block west
diseases of wo
od, Cor. water
vmw&mmW1 in ab-
IgbrfHiaBjpjBaBBSivtt new uiub
17 imam MStn
ECT AND BD-
plete and rella-
city or conn-
ordani tt '
Ished on short
t near Main.
on all kinds
stone walls etc.
PENDLETON LODGE, NO. C2, A. P. AND
A. M., meets first and third Mondays of
each month, visiting brethren welcome.
T. J. Tweedy, V. M. ; Joe n. Parkes, Sec,
PENDLETON CHAPTER. NO. 28 T. C,
Tavlor. H. P.. V. P. wamsler. secretary,
Meets first and fourth Friday of each
month In Masonic Hall.
DAMON LODGE, NO. 4. KNIGHTS OF
Prthlas. I. W. neld. C. C: R. w,
Fletcher, K. of R. and 8. Meets every
Monday In Secret Society nail.
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA.-
Tutullla Camp, No. 0800. Meets first
nnd third Mondays of each month at Odd
Fellows' Hall. Qeorpe A. Hamblln, Con
sul ; Q. A. Robbing, Clerk.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD REGULAR
meetings of Pendleton Camp, No. 41, W.
of W. nre held In Secret Society nail
everv Saturday erenlntr. Visiting neigh
bnrs are always welcome. J. P. Walker,
Clerk; A. J. Owen, C. C.
LIVERY AND FEED STABLE8.
THE OLD SEMPLB FEED YARD, 723
Cottonwood street, Lindsay ft Doty
props. Llrery, feed and sale stable. Sad
dle horses at all times, norses for sal.
'Phone Red 41.
THE CITY LIVERY BOARD AND SALE
Stable, M. J. Carney, proprietor, for
One turnouts. Stabls 118 Alta street.
COMMERCIAL STABLES, G. W. FROOME
I"rop. Livery, Feed and Hoarding. All
kinds of turnouts. Competent drivers. Op
posite uotel renmeton. 'inone Main mi
DEPOT LIVERY. FEED AND SALES
btnblos. First-class single and 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
K OF ATHENA.
0: snrplus and
toa time deposits.
ded to. nenry
ihler; F. S. L-
NGS BANK PEN-
iteed March 1.
urplns $00,000 ;
on all principal
given to col-
president ; 3. N.
ught and sold.
tended to. R.
, W. Proebstel,
e, cashier; dl
. M. Johns, T.
BOARD AND LODGING.
THE STRAnON ROOMING HOUSE, MAIN
St, Mrs. R. A. Strabon, prop. Nice large
veil kept rooms In new building, with
rood clean beds.
rnra white lodging nouns, aoi
South Main street,- M. T. Bradley, prop,
flonsekeenlnc rooms and lodging rooms.
Good comfortable rooms and clean, well
lept beds. Lodging 25 cents.
i -J Hair
ma.. on -r
tg business, bi
insfers Bold on
LiNew York and
id Europe. Makes
terms. Levi An-
11. (;. uucrn-
niem frit hum
Jpera "House Jpk
I proor; rasjmtK
rvpfit views. In-
Inlshlng done for
dealers In elec-
iStores, wired for
uet our prices.
k; land omco
claims ana mi
B. LAND COM
made of land HI
e and collections.
UMPIRE LODGING nOUBE. CORNER OF
n. Court and Johnson streets: goods
large, clean rooms with comfortable beds,
nates 25c and 50c a nlgbt Thos. Smart,
HOTEL ALTA. CORNER ALTA AND
Mill streets. Board by the day or week.
Good table set Rates ?4 and 5 per week.
Pendleton Feed Yard In connection. L.
BOOT AND 8HOE REPAIRING.
L GREENAWALD, TIIE OLD RKLIABLE
Shoemaker. First clas repairing with bf st
materials. Shop in rear of Dtndlnger, Wllaon
JOnN WILSON, FIRST CLASS 8HOB
maker and repairer. Best material nsed
and good work done. Shop 117 Alta
FOR SALE A NEW REMINOTOH (TYPE
writer ; a bargain. Call at this office.
FOR SALE AT TIIE EAST OREGONIAN
office, large bundles of newspapers, con
tnlnlng OTcr 100 big papers can be ob
tallied for 25 cents a bundle.
HITK BOV WON" THE FIGHT
vft'n liHPti lilnvln
ltiixtug (very much illsheveU-il) No'm.
Look yere. Hastiis. yo"s Iwen plnyln' wlf dat bail little white hoy airnln!"
. He s been u-playln wtf nie.
IN THE METROPOLIS
INTERESTING REVIEW OF IM-
PORTANT NEW YORK NEWS.
An Inside View of Political, Municipal
and Social Affairs Matters of Im
provement and Advancement.
New York, Sept. 26. With material
to work upon gathere.i from the re
publican state convention, the demo
crats go to Saratoga today and tomor
row to prepare for their state conven
tion which otfens Tuesday. There is
great amount of work to be done
and the program will be necessarily
long, tor no matter how well the mem
bers may have made up their minds
on the various planks, they will bo
compelled to listen to delegations
charged by their constituents with
presenting to the committee their
views on issues affecting their local
According to tho report of the spe
cial committee to investigate into tho
Jewish riots on the East Side, somo
weeks ago, it would seem that tho
anti-Jew cry has reached tho now
world. Tho unanimous report of the
committee attached decided blamo to
the police, and this has ca'led forth
from the mayor an order for a search'
ing investigation and the punishment
of such members of the police forco
as may bo proved guilty of undue se
verity in the clublng of tho Hebrews,
It is intimated that this may result in
tho enforced resignation ol Commls
So much has been -written about the
recent primary contests in New Yorli
with "Big Bill" Devery as the central
ngure, until many are inclined to thinli
that there is some salary or official
position attached to the leadership of
a district. As a matter of fact there
is nothing of the kind, that is, It is
not supposed to have, but Uie fact
that Devery spent between fifty and
seventy-five thousand dollars to win
the leadership of the Ninth Assembly
district would make it appear that the
position must have a commercial as
well as a political value. The right
kind of man occupying such a position
has it in his power to do a great deal
of good.. He is the person to whom
everyone in the district goes who
wants anything. But men of the De
very type do not seek leadership for
any such reason, without direct re
sponsiblllty of any kind the district
leaders are in a way of making large
sums of money if they are willing to
improve their opportunities, and
though it can not Just now be seen
how the matter can be accomplished,
"the people of the city in tie light of
these revelations may in time take
it into their heads to get rid of the
evils attaching leadership.
OLD NEWSPAPERS TO PUT UNDER
enrnets. on shelves, walls, or for wrap
ping purposes. Old newspapers In large
bundles of 100 each nt 25 renfs n bundle
nt- the EAST OREGONIAN onice, Pendle
NEW AND VERY
ice of the public
. McKayi Drop.
Llverv Htabla or
vine uack win call
JN. BAKER, PROP.
Btand in front of
iW AND SECOND
d sold. Court St.
u ,ana see mm.
crockery, call and
FOR RENT FURNISH ED HOUSEKEEPING
rooms ana sineie rooms. 7iD Colleen street.
opposite court house. Mrs. Alice Hmlth, Prop
WANTED W OMAN TO COOK ANDDOQEN
eral housework lor family ol two. Apply at
WANTED NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
nouieroeping. Apply at this onice.
WANTED ADVERTISERS TO MAKE USE
of these classified columns. If yon have
something you have no use for, offer to
trade it for something that some other
uoay may nave ana nave no use for, some
thing that you may need In your business.
You may have an extra horse that vou
.may wish to trade for a cow or a vehicle.
somo ooo:y may uave the cow and vehicle
ana want the .Dorset A irc or ?5 cent .want
mi win prnimpiy ao tne business.
TYPEWRITERS AND SUPPLIES.
F. 8. MERRILL. SPOKANE, WASH , AOENT
.law vtuiiuuni. flu una.nRnn viMnriwri
supplies, renting, repairing.
KEI.LAR BROTIIER8, PLASTERING
and cementing. Cement walks m an.
clalty. Estimates furnished free. Wo
guaranteed. Leave orders at Badley at
Zahner's cigar store. Main St, P. O. tx
WOOD .SAWING, CONTRACT WORK-A.
B. " Stephens. Headuarters. at Grays
narbor Commercial Co.. and Nsnman's
Cigar Store. 'Itsoae Black 424 and Main
The subway which is expected to
revolutionize intra-mural transporta
tion, is approaching completion with
astonishing rapidity. It is probably
the first instance in the hlBiory of the
great public works of the world that
it will be finished ahead of contract
time. The contractor has announced
that trains will be ruunlng by the
first of July, 1903, although he Is not
under obligations to complete the
work until January 1904.
Work upon the new pulllc llbrnry
on Bryant squaro is being pushed with
a zeal somewhat beyond Hint which
usually characterizes the erection of
public buildings in this city. When
completed it will close the famous
Astor library and tho scarcely less
noted library and will be after tho
Congressional Library the largest
building of its class in the United
States. Besides this the city Is push
ing rapidly the work of erecting the
C5 branch libraries provided for in the
munificent gift by Mr. Carnegie for
1 time 16c
2 times 20c
1 week 30c
Extra lines: 10 cents each
1 time 20c
2 times 90o
1 week 45c
week; 25 cents line per month.
with whom Mr, Hill is acquainted. For
the most part, they are industrious,
well-to-do farmers. Advance.
SPOKANE INTERSTATE FAIR.
For "Pendleton Day" the O. R. &
Makes a Low Special Rate.
This year Spokano will hold her In
terstate Fair October 6 to 14. Tho
progressive and enterprising pcoplo
of that city are Duttlnc forth unusual
effort to make- this soason's fair sur-1
Pbs In point ot Interest, anything of,
the kind over seen In tho north ra-'
ctflc. A feature ot tho Talr will be
"Pendleton Day." Thursday, October
9 and for thlB occasion tho O. IL &
N. Co, will on Octobor 8 soil tickets,
Spokano and return, good until Octo
ber 15, at 76.50. This Includes admis
sion to tho fair.
Wo Mo A
Excursion to Washington, D. C.
On tho occasion of tho Q. A. IL en
campment, to bo held nt Washington,
D. C, October 6 .o 11, tho O. It. & N.
Co. will sell round trip tickets at
$09. S5. Dates of salo Soptombcr 29
and 30, limit 30 days. Cholco of
routes, going and coming.
Colorado Springs and Return $50.
On account of tho meeting of tho
Tenth National Irrigation Congress,
at Colorado Springs, Col., Octobor 6
to 9. the O. It. & N. Co. will sell tick
ets to tho aboco point and return at
$50. Dates of salo, October 2 and 3.
Limit. 30 days. Stop-overs allowed.
Despite all that has been said
against the Fusion adminlrtratlon of
this city, there is a somewhat vigor
ous enforcement of the excise law,
the saloons, other than these having
hotel licenses being compelled to
close promptly by 1 o'clock a. m.
and also remain closed through Sun
day. The vagabond element In the
city regard this rigor w'th Infinite
disgust, as In their places of abode
the saloons have been their lodging
houses and they look forwnrd to tho
winter with many forebodings, as it
means they must walk tho streets be
tween the hours of closing and open
ing these places.
New York is so enormously rich
that the annual draft made upon it
for payment to Western farmers for
their harvested grain produces but a
ripple upon the surface of that great
sea, despite what ma"y be said to the
contrary by the local papers. This
yearly event is anticipated long be
fore Its happening and Is fully pro
vided Tor, so that It is Inconceivable
that any sort o a financial storm
should blow. There is ample money
here now to meet any possible con
tingency and the interest charged Is
no more than in previous years at
312 COURT STREET
Buys old harness, sad
dles, clothing, rubber,
brass, copper, lead, etc.
ad union Pacific
bsrART Tlmo SolM'ilulo jbjutb
ros From roiultotou raoM
OhlcRO- Blt Lake. Denrer. Tt.
I'urtUnil Worth, Omaha, Kan
flpcclnl Oltjr, St. ixmlt, S:00a.n.
fiW n. m. Chicago anil Krnit.
AlUntIo Flt Lnke, Denver, Ft.
Kxprcu Worth, Omnhn, tCnn-
8:in m. ia city, Ht. Louli, 11:10 p.m.
Vliklluat- Chicago mid Exit.
Rt I'.ni WnlU Wll.If titon,
"iitS an ?.?s,k,5nS' Messrs;
ii.it m ' rulltnan, Mlnneapo ..m- m
.la.m,, il nt. 1'Biil, lliilulh,
Spokane. i,nli"E''(,,ktfe' cblc,g0
Ocean and River Schedule.
All lalllnK dntei sub
8 SO p. m. rlr&nX9 I..
Sail every 6 (lays.
' Dallr 1
sSnTaV CiiM hirer iM
8:00 p ni. ToAatorla anil War Buuday
100 p. in.
Iioata leave Portland dally, except Sunday,
(Inge ol water permitting) for Willamette and
Yamhill Hirer polnu.
Gray's Harbor Com. Co.
Opp. W; & C. R. Depot
Who Is Inside of This Shirt?
Would be hard to guess, but if it
is one of our patrons you can be
sure that it is a man who is well
satisfied when he gets it on. The
man who gets behind aihirt front
laundered here always' beams with
satisfaction whcn'he sees the ex
quisite color and finish that we have
laid upon it. Our work is the
acme of perfection on shirts,' col
lars and cuffs and you can't match
TUE DOMESTIC UU
. JF. Robinson, Prop, , Pendleton ,,
mm it , i
Wnt' WIIISaT RACKS Wuen. neaauartera. at urayg . " , , vuoir uuvo ucmu, ,ic im i. iuB m
LKfeJtown, 814 Webb Ht. narbor Commercial Co., and Meuman'a acme ot perfection on shirts, col- experience as a fisherman and goes to mWtMmX
WMf Cigar Store, -ruone Black -12 and Main jars and cuffs and youcan.t match Astoria from here. When asked con- UfifcAIM
HKFARLORS. li, w.r . ,v it anywhere. cernlng conditions In Lapland arid C'flW
K," "e tt aantlary in the naa of fuel. Prlc 1230. Eaat Ora-
I ton,'aalce' Psadletoo.
Notwithstanding tho fact New
York has over fifty places of amuse
ment, there are now in project and In
course of construction lour new thea
tres at which hlgh-claBs vaudeville
and only standard plays will be pre
sented. While New Yorkers them
selves are a tlieatre-lovlug people, It
is a well known fact that the quality
of tho plays aid taleni of celebrated
artists who appear at the loading the
atres constitute a drawing card for a
large number of visitors and by rea
son of the enormous out-of-town pat
ronage of these jiaces of umusoment
New York enjoys the H (--Unction of
being the theatrical center of the
A Peripatetic Laplander,
Oscar Hill, a native of Lapland, was
In Adams on Monday in company
with O, W. Planting, of Little Grease
wood, and paid tho Advance a visit.
Mr. Hill is somewhat of a peripatetic.
Ho left hero 13 years ago and return
ed last Saturday, During his a I)
sence ho visited Lapland, Finland,
Denmark and the European continent
He assisted in the successful trans
portatlon of tho famous General Alger
reindeer to Alaska, and reports tho
boreal ruminant mammal as doing
well in our arctic possessions. Fin-
landers, he 'says, arc very much dis
pleased with the new order of things
under tho domination of Russia and
as a result many of them are leaving
tneir native iieatn. lie lias uati long
experience as a fisherman and goes to
Astoria from here. When asked con
cerning conditions In Lapland arid
Finland he said: "No money there.
yhls.is a much, better country-'.' There
are upwards of a dozen Finish fami
nes living in me vicinity or Aaamjt
When getting figures from
others on that lumber bill of
yours, don't forget to come
and see us. We carry a large
stock of all hinds of
including shingles, door, win
dows, moulding, screen doors
and windows in fact, every
thing that is found in a first
class lumber yard.
Itiparla to Lewlitou
P. r, WAMHLKY, Agent, I'endUton.
Pullman Sleepiiig Curs,
lilegant Dining Cars,
Tourist Sleeping Care.
PA IK K)
t GKAND KOItKri
HIS L UNA hik!
THROUGH TICKETS TO
and all mints ICtnt uud South
rtiioairh tlcketi to Janan and China, rla
Tiooraa and Nortaoni 1'aclflo Steamihlp Co,
and American line.
Tralmleare I'endlelou dallr exooM Sunda
at 7 M) p.m.
lrnr further Informatmn. II
and tlckeU, (' on or -Mo w. Adami, Pen
dleton, Oregon, or A, 1'. Ulf AKI.TOM,
i nirn mm Morrlion Hit,, l ortiaun, ur.
BAR IN CONNECTION
IN CENTER OP BLOCK
BET. ALTA 4 WEBB HTH
F. X. SCMRA1PP, Prop.
Orltflllfll fi in! On If f2anuliiM.
b rlbtwa. TitL i ull.fr. UrfiiMi
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fleulnM. 'IV.ll,uu..t,.l. lt..i. i.i
fur I.t.Jii-, bv t turn AtH. Hull b; tit
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Chicago, Ht. Paul, Ht. IxjuIh, ICau.
mm f II.. ut r,. r ' .
v"J,i m i vmnim, unu
All Points East and South
Portland and polati
on the Sound
Leare I'endlaton. dallw Hmi...
n Arrire I'emlietoa Tuutdar, Tliuiadar and
luru Walla Walla dallr, eaat bound, gxO pa.
Arrive Walla Walla daily, well bound, s 0 at.
llugratoa and umb
W. A D A US, A gaol,
Kor Infuriliatlon rrardtnr ralA. mnA mmmm.
uuuauuui, can on or aoareu
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