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Cads and Societies
TRADES. ALPHABETICALLY ARRANGED.
COUNT 8IX AVERAGE
WORDS TO THE LI' E.
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ted on short
e walls etc.
ITONBsJfi&F- AT II F.N A.
)0. ilnterestsa time deposits.
iBtttjs ,'4 JPasisMIc exchange.
prfiMUy aftonslaet to. Henry
tmir;: :Brk, rlce-presl-
ven to coi-
dent: J. N.
'a York and
In front of
Id. Court St.
tajj see him.
- anythlnr you
kery, call and
fa ND4 Spn. Office In
(AM BiHMHtICIAN AND
BWHllHK TiiH building,
la tfiL JjjpJWk 'phone, black
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Ms bMHl MMMceajM of wo-
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Ps. asaf ."a. -fr
ti'.J. R. HmR
Iweltr. fJIHpt views, In
for aalev'VPalHng done for
'a(HK our prices.
ices. , offIcmPtto n v ood
t UouseBlodkOiland office
tr1 M 'B.jUl oas .and lnl-
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p .beat sanitary
ItOVATj NEIOnnORS OP AMERICA
Wlldwood Camp, No. 2333, meets second
ad fonrth Tuesday of each month In Odd
Fellows' nan. Mrs. Ida uoicomb, Oracle
Mrs. Nettle nobbing, Recorder.
UMATILLA TENT, NO. 27, K. O. T. M.
Meets In Secret Society nail, eecond
and fonrth Tuesdays In each month. All
visiting Sir Knights cordtalljr Invited. J.
S. Kees, Record Keeper; E. D. Estabrook,
PENDLETON LODGE, NO. B2, A. P. AND
A. M., meets first and third Mondays of
eacn month, visiting brethren welcome.
T. J. Tweedy, W. M. ; Joe n. rarkes. Sec.
TENDLETON CHAPTER, NO. 28 T. C.
Taylor, tl. P., F. P. TVamsley. secretary.
Meets first and' fonrth Friday of each
month In Masonic nail.
DAMON LODGE. NO. 4. KNIGHTS OF
Pythlns. L. W. neld, C. C; It. W.
Fletcher, K. of R. and S. Meets every
Monday In Secret Society Hall.
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA.
Tiitnina camp. No. B3D9. Meets Brat
and third Mondays of each month at Odd
Fellows' Hall. George A. Hambltn, Con
sul ; G. A. Robblns, Clerk.
WOODMEN OP TOE WORLD REGULAR
meetings of Pendleton Camp, No. 41, W.
of W. are held In Becret Society Hall
every Saturday evening. Visiting neigh
bors are always welcome. J. P. Walker,
Clerk ; A. J. Owen, C. C.
LIVERY AND FEED STABLES.
THE OLD SEMPLE FEED TARD, 723
Cottonwood street, Lindsay A Doty
props. LI very, teed and sale stable, sad
dle horses at all times. Horses for sal.
'Phone Red 41.
TOE CITY LIVERY HOARD AND SALE
Btable, M. J. Carney, proprietor, for
fine turnouts. Stable 118 Alta street.
Prop. Livery, Feed and Hoarding. All
kinds of turnouts. Competent drivers. Op
posite Hotel Pendleton. 'Phone Main 101.
DEPOT LIVERY. FEED AND SALES
b tables. First-class single and donble
rigs for all occasions. 027 Cottonwood
St., 'phone Main 701. Elvln Craig, prop.
OREGON FEED YARD, W. T. F.OYNTON
Prop. Special care given to Dorses left
with me. Lower Webb street. 'Phone
BOARD AND LODGING.
THE HTRAnON ROOMING HODRE. MAIN
St., Mrs. R. A. Strahon, prop. Nice large
rell kept rooms In new building, with
(ood clean beds.
rnn witite lodging nousE, oi
South Main street, M. T. Bradley, prop.
(Tonsekceplng rooms and lodging rooms.
Good comfortable rooms and clean, sell
lept beds. Lodging 25 cents.
UMPIRE LODGING HOUSE, CORNER OP
E. Court End Johnson streets : goods
large, clean rooms with comfortable beds.
Hates 23c and B0r a night. Thos. Smart,
rioTEL ALTA, CORNER ALTA AND
Mill streets. Board by the day or week.
Good table set. Rates J4 and 5 per week.
Pendleton Feed Yard In connection. L.
BOOT AND 8HOE REPAIRING.
L. QREKNAWALD, TIIE OLD RELIABLE
Shoemaker. First class repulrlne with best
materials. Shop In rear of Ulndlngor, Wilson
JOHN WILSON, FIRST CLASS 8HOE
maker and repairer. Best material used
and good work done. Shop 117 Alta
TYPEWRITERS AND SUPPLIES.
F. S MERTtlXL. SPOKANE. WASH , AOENT
New Denimoro. Srnn1-hand typewriters,
supplies, roniliiK, rep&lrin?.
FOR SALE A NEW REMINGTON TYPE
writer; a bargain. Call at this office.
FOR SALE AT THE EAST OREGONIAN
office, large bundles of newspnpers, con
taining over 100 big pnpers enn be ob
tained for 25 cents a bundle.
OLD NEWSPAPERS TO PUT UNDER
carpets, on shelves, walls, or for wrap
ping purposes. Old newspapers In large
bundles of 100 each nt 25 cents a bundle
nt the EAST OREGONIAN office, Pendle
Kut,802 Ann St.
ENQUIItB OK MARY
FOR RENT rilRKISIIED HOtiaEKKEI'INQ
rooms nnd slnelo rooms. 719 Colleen utrnet.
opposite court house. Mrs. Alice Smith, Prop
WANTED OMAN TO COOK AND DO OEN.
eral housework: lor lamlly ol two. Apply at
WANTED NICELY FURNISHED RO0JIHFOR
housekeeping. Apply at this office.
WANTED ADVERTISERS TO MAKE USE
or these classified columns. If too have
something you have no use for, offer to
trade It for something that some other
ooiiy may iinve and pare no use ror, some
thing that you may need In tout business.
You may have au extra borne tbul you
may wish to trade for a cow or a vehicle.
Home body may have the cow and vehicle
nnu want tno none, a ire or cent want
aa win proDaniy ao tne Dusiness.
KELLAR JinOTnERS, PLA8TBRINO
and cementlnir. Cement walks a sn.
Jaltv. Estimates furnished free. Wo
guaranteed. Leave orders at Badley at
zahners clear store. Mala St. P. O. bt
BUUSCItlUERS TO MAGAZINES, II' YOU
want to subscribe to magazines or news
papers Jn the United Slates or Europe, re
mit iy postal note, ciieck, or send to tne
KAriT OUHUONIAN the net publisher's
price of the publication you desire, and
we will .have it sent you and assume all
the risk of the money belug lost .la .the
malls. It will save you both trouble and
risk, It yon are a subscriber to the East
Oretfonlau. .In remitting you can deduct
10 per cent from the publisher's price.
Address EAST OREOpNIAN PUB. CO.,
Kind Lady I'm surprised to see you in this state.
Tinmp-So am I; but Ifs a long way to New York.
Weekly Crop Bulletin.
rt.v . ...
eral ool rains in tho western section
.lain liini. vl i"t- w u.'n a rrrti vt ii ii c. m
OI tllfi State. In tlin oAstnrn aWlrm
me rainiau was light and badly dls-
tributed. Frosts occurred on several
mornings, but they did no injury of
The grain crop is being rapidly
hauled to the warehouses and it Is
now practically all threshed. Hop.
picking is "finished, and tho crop, al
though lighter than expected earlier
In the season, is a good one, anj of
excellent quality. Prune drying is In
active progress, with variable yields,
which are generally reported as light
The rains have started a new
growth of grass and fall pastureage
is rapidly growing. Range stock, as
a rule, are not In as good condition as
usual at this season of the year. Po
tato digging has begun and the
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 lie gets it on. The
man who gets behind a shirt front
laundered here always beams with
satisfaction when he sees the ex
quisite color and finish that we have
laid upon it. Our work fs the
acme of perfection on shirts, col
lars and cuffs and you can't match
THE DOMESTIC LAUNDRY
I. F. Bobluson, Prop. Pendleton.
"Artel I ttus ludiued la Iry VAHVA'
ui:tb, i mil uaioriKi nittiout them In toe house.
Mr Urer irns lit a Terr Imd ba.ue. and mr head
ached uud I hud ntumucu ttoublu. Now. atneo (lik
ing Ca&curets. I ii'til iluo. Mr nlfe lias alto used
thoiu with bcuolloial rctutl9 xorbourstouiacu.
Jos. UUCUMNa, l'Il Cuiikrost St., St. Ixul, Ma
TRACE MARK PI0J3TI RIO
.Pleasant. Palatable. Potent Tunc Good, 'Do
uooa. nerer icKen, weaken or (Jrlpc. 10c, SIcwq.
... CURE CONSTIPATION.
Sl.rllMff ll.M.dj Coupta,. (klc.f.. Mb.lrritl, fl.w trt. Ill
lin.Tn.RAT! Kulrl ""d g'larameed by all drug
HU" I VJ-DAO gisii io t)VETobao) Habit.
We are in the transfering and
trucking business and are pre
pared to move light or heavy arti
cles. OFFICE MAIM ST., Near Depot,
Telephone Main 61.
tubers whilo nn inr nr mnmtir
I ... . .
in l ' i m u l iiiiiiniv' t n a vini,i ni i im a
low the average. Late Potatoes have
hoeil rrrpntlv linnnflfn,! I. iUn rnnnnl
rains, corn and apples are the prln
clpal crops yet to bo harvested.
torn was injured by the frosts of
last week, but this weok the weather
was more favorable and It is probablo nt Colorado Springs, Col., October 6
very nearly an average crop will bo to 9, tho O. It. & N. Co. will sell tick
secured. More rain Is needed for fall ets to tho aboco point nnd return at
Plowing anu lor lau seeding on sura-
Columbia River Valley.
Freowatcr, Umatilla County, Fred
Freudlg. Forepart of week warm.
but nights cool; harvest and haying
completed; fruit is all harvested,
with tho exception of winter apples,
which will soon begin to be picked.
Homo rain fell Saturday.
Endersly, Wasco County, G. W.
Fligg. The past week has been fa
vorable for all work; threshing Is
practically finished, and a largo por
tion of the grain is in tho warehouses.
Fall sowing Is nearly finished, and tho
grain is coming up well; tho ground
Ik In fine condition, owing to two cood
rains during the last two weeks; po
tato digging is all under way and the
yield Is good; apples only halt a crop.
G. O. P. Clans Gathering.
Chicago, 111., Oct. 1. From Maine
to California and from the great lakes
to Texas, republicans of prominence
are pouring into Chicago In anticipa
tion of tho opening tomorrow of the
convention of tho National League of
Republican Clubs. Notwithstanding
the fact that the arrangements have
been interfered with several tlmesj
by uufoiscen circumstances the con
vention promises to be a rousing af
fair and the attendance, according to
president Hamilton and other oincers,
will break all records. There will bo
a mass meeting tonight marking the
formal opening, and until Saturday
there will be a continuous volley of
republican oratory. Some of the
speakers who have promised to be
present and most of whom have al
ready arrived arc Senator Dolliver,
of Iowa, Secretary of War Root, and
senator Heveridgo of Indiana. The
delegates on the field are engaged In
a lively button-hole campaign In tho
interest of their favorites for the pres
idency of the league. It Is to be a
fight between the East and West.
with the Kast working hard and unit
edly for J. Hampden Moore, of Phila
delphia, and the strength of tho West
divided umong several favored boiib.
Georgia's State Election.
Atlanta, Ga., Oct. 1. Owing to Its
purely perfunctory obara'itor tlio stato
election In progress In Georgia today
Is attracting little or no attention.
The democratic primary last Juno
amounted virtually to an election, an
no other political party In tho state
has placed a ticket In the field. Con
sequently today's allotting is merely
a matter of form In compliance with
the law. Tho now governor is J. M,
Terrell. All of the old congressmen
are to return to Washington with tho
exception of W. II, Fleming, of the
tonth district, who will he succceeded
by T, V. Hardwiek.
Louisville M. E. Conference,
Columbia, Ky., Oct. 1. Columbia
has had her latch string hanging on
the outside today for tho delegates
to the annual meeting of tho Louis
ville Conference of the M. 13. church,
south, which will be lu session hero
during the coming week. Besides
the lay and clerical delegates tlierol
Is a large attendance of visitors end
the crowd Is one of tho largest ever
entertained here. The formal open-
In-; takes place tonight and business
sessions will bo begun tomorrow.
Bishop Morrison Is the presiding offi
cer and during the week there will
be addresses by a number of promi
New York, Oct. J. A wedding In
high society today was that of -Miss I
Edith Post, daughter of Mrs, Charles
A, Post, to Mr. Goelot Gallatin, Tho
ceremony was performed this after
noon at Strandholme, the country
place of the bride's mother at Hay-
port, Long Inland. A special train
tonveyod a large number of guests
from this city.
A beautiful foot makes a woman at-1
tractive. Lee Teutscli has the neces
1 time . . . . . . .... 15c
2 time 20c
1 week 30e
Extra lines: 10 centa each
SPOKANE INTERSTATE FAIR.
For "Pendleton Day" the O. R. & N.
Makes a Low Special Rate.
This year Spokane will hold her In
tcrstato Fair October C to 14. The
progressive and enterprising people
I of that city are putting forth unusual
effort to niako this season's fair sur
pass In point of Interest, anything ot
the kind over seen In tho north Pa
Iclflc. A fcaturo ot tho fair will bo
"Pendleton Day." Thursday, October
9 and for this occasion tho O. It. &
Co. will on October 8 sell tlckots.
I RnnltAnn nnH rfltlirn. irnnil until flrtn.
- r "
b.er J?- a 6:5?' Thls lnc,ule8 dmI"-
,lllu lu l"u "
Colorado Springs and Return $50,
On account of tho meeting of tho
Tenth National Irrigation Coneross
$50. Dates ot salo. October 2 and 3
Limit, 30 days. Stop-overs allowod,
312 COURT STREET
Buys old harness, sad
dles, clothing, rubber,
brass, copper, lead, etc.
Gray's Harbor Com. Co.
Opp. V; & C. R. Depot
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 kinds of
including shingles, door, win
dows, moulding, screen doors
and windows in fact, every
thing that is found in a first
class lumber yard.
BAR IN CONNECTION
IN UBNTKR OF BLOCK
BET. ALTA A WEBB BTO
MEN AM) WOMEN.
Dm I!I ' for vunstarsl
IrilUlliiu. or tilrorstioni
l.f Diduous pwutismi,
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Mormon Bishops' Pills '
Ctuwh aa4 imii 1uInw.m Tuwu,.
potenoy, tciat JPower, Hght-lj
rn lfacxiEvIl Doslroli, smln
bllljy. Hedach,Unlltnaa to
or Odnstlpntionf pioa, flulc.
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SOLD BY TALLMAN A CO., ORUQQI8T8, PENDLETON, OflEQON.
1 time 20c
2 times 30c
II 1 week 45c
a week; 25 centa lino per month.
and union Pacific
Tlmu Sotictlulv ' laain
FiDin I'uiiillotuu rsoM
Bull Ike, Deoter, Ft
Worth, OniHhn, Kan
as city, St. Louis, srooa. .
Chicago and Ksit.
Halt Laku, Demur, Ft,
Worth, Omitha. Kan.
k city, Ht. lntt, 11:10 p.m.
Chlrago and Kait,
lla.Ht. Paul, Diilulii, P
5 ::o p. tn.
lngtou. Ht. Paul
Ocean and River Schedule.
All sailing dales sub
8.-00 p. m.
ject to niiaiiao.
For Han Kriiucl .ro
Hall ertry ft days.
i 30 p. n.
s-00 p m.
10-00 p. in.
To Astoria and Way
44)0 p. a.
Boats toave Portland dally, ezoept Sunday,
(slago of water permitting) for Willamette and
Yamhill Hirer points.
lllparla to Umliton
P. F. WAM8LKY, Agent, l'endlston.
Pullman Sleepii.g Curs,
Elegant Dining Cars,
Tourist Sleeping Cars.
ami all points Enst and Houth
rh rough tlckeli to Japan ud Oblnt, l
Tanoms and Northern Kaulds Sleamiblp Co,
and American line.
Trains loare I'undloton dallr ascent Hunda
at 7 M) p.m.
For lurther lulormatiori. lima eardi. mini
and llcletn. ' t vrrlie V. AIami, J'en.
dleton, Orejou, or a, l, OHAHLTON.
mini ii'i morrnori su 'iisno, lira.
Chicago, Ht. Paul, Ht. Louis, Kan
hum City, Ht. Joe, Omaha, and
All Points East and South
Portland and points
ou the Sound
Leare Pendleton, daily except flundsn at
ArrUs Pendleton Monday, Wodnusday aa4
Friday lltsh Mil
A r live I'ni'lteton Tuevlir, Thimdaj and
tare Walls Wall dally, nasi bound, ItxiO pn,
ArrlT WalU Walla dally, west Luuud, t 0 am.
Kor Infurmallon rrsardlnc raUs and
modations, tan on or address
V. AIUU8, Aiant,
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Walla Walla, Wastt
i la e- w.r ytti t u. wi tu Mwwis
turu U. &,t cuti In u!4 ifvt ywunir lUlt font Su
npormiuorrfioon Ijifomnlii. lali.
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