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VAN DRAN BROS., Props.
The Best Hotel In Pendleton
and as good as any.
LsSlONS AND TRADES. ALPHABETICALLY ARRANGED.
a. rn. ;
nfflr hen ; ...
! - j rrKtS henrlnC.
-SMTfn, 'k Telephone. 80;
E d. '"'m0 black 73;
1m. rk 24
L rrrr,tivKiriAN AND
in?Lnolm 20. J"11 bullrtlnB.
1 uchx. 'phone, discs
koyal NEionnons op America
Wlldwood camp. Mo. ZSSS. meets second
id fonrtb Tuesday of each month In Odd
Fellow nan. aira. Ida nolcomb, Oracle
Mrs. Nettie iiooDins, iteeoroer.
UMATILLA TKNT. NO. 27. K. O. T. U.
Meets In Secret Society nail, second
and fourth Tuesdays In each month. All
rlsltlne Sir Knlcbta cordially Invited.
S. Kce, Itecord Keeper; E. D. Estabrook,
rtfrrhh0.l,mln 031: reil-
MM - -
U. nDi.ui eve. ear, rose
"it. ft Ravings Dank build-
lWL nm. .in lllOCk West
, irpsr.w:. cnitONic
' and diseases of
TCitAS. DENTIST, OFFICE IN
pUW TBone reo 1.
ISX DENTIST, OFFICE IN AS
, Kt r Schmidt's new drug
IrrECTS AND BUILDERS.
bnmTRcmTECT and su-
mikes complete and rclla-
ffor ioildlnpi In he cttv or conn-
I COIX, COXTRACTOItB AND
1 ISItm.itw Curnlslijil shott
Jnh work a specialty. Prompt
Scp on ISluff street near Main.
tr. CONTHACTOK and ium.n-
ttlMtts furnished on an Kluus
rr. traifnt walk", Btone walls, etc.
Urs at Bi't IreRonlan office.
ANKS AND BROKERS.
PENDLETON LODGE, NO. B2, A. F. AND
A. M., meets first and third Mondays of
each month. Visiting brethren welcome.
T. J. Tweedy, VT. M. ; Joe n. Parke. Bee.
PENDLETON CHATTER, NO. 28 T.
Taylor, H. P., P. P. Wamsley, secretary.
Meets nrst ana ronrtn Friday 01 each
month In Masonic nail.
DAMON LODGE, J.'0. 4. KNIOHTS OP
Pythias. Is. W. neld, C. C.: II. W.
Fletcher, K. of R. and S. Meets every
Monday in secret society uau.
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA.
Tutallla Camp, No. 63119. Meets first
and third Mondays of each month at Odd
roiiows nan. ueorse A uambim, con
sul; O. A. Robblns, Clerk.
WOODMEN OF TTIE WORLD REGULAR
meetings of Pendleton Camp. No. 41. W,
of W. are held In Secret Boclety Hall
every Saturday evcnlnc Vlsltlnc celeb
bors are always welcome. J. P. Walker,
Clerk : A. J. Owen, c. c.
BALLERAY 4 McCOURT, LAWYERS, ASSO
CARTER AND RALEY, ATTORNEYS AT
Ijtw. Office in Savings Hank Building,
STEPHEN A. LOWELL, ATTORNEY AT
Law. Room 14 Association Elk., Ten
HENRY J. BEAN, ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Association Block, rendleton, Oregon.
.V. HERKELEY, ATTORNEY
Office In Association Block.
E. D. BOYD. ATTORNEY AT LAW, 111
L. B. REEDER, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
JAMES A. FEE,
LAW OFFICE IN JTJDD
1 STILLMAN AND PIERCE, ATTORNEYS
I at Law. Mr. Stlllman has been admltt-
- rt to nrnrtlre In TTnlted Rtatea natent of.
.uiu.i.au mm ui , nces ana mattes a specialty ot i"atent law,
CiDltal. ;0,l'U0, Hurplns nnd
16X10. Interest on tl7ie deposits.
II' h."i a'td l''ni"8li coIhii.kp
rr."iitr n'eiidea to Henrr
. president T J Klrk. vli-e-nresl
U IUmett cashier, r. R. I.e
ftlRUEKR1 HANK OF WESTON,
Oregon Does a general bank
hxenance nought nnu sold.
nromntlv attended to. It.
cresldent : Oeorce W. Proehatel.
fc'iit, J. I'.. Kllgnre, cashier ; dl-,
tO A. Hartman. M. M. Johns. T.
G. D. Graw J F Kllgore, Robert I
EG W I'roebstcl
fcDtfcTll.V SAVINGS RANK l'KN i
Wtton. Orcnnlzil Mnrpli 1 1
liJul r0.000: surnlus SnO.OOO:
lilknl on ime ilenmlts. Ex
f'ZZh and .1.1 in nil lirinpliml
Slf'al alt-ntliin slven to col-
Li J I urnlsh. president : J. N.
Hrsldent, T J Morris, cashlei.
PiTlO.VAL HANK OP PF.NTir.K.
pltal f 70,000: surnlns, J95.000.
1 1 nneral lianklnc business. I't.
p tt!e;raphlc transfeis sold on
i!u Francisco. New York nml
Itolars in the Northwest. Drafts
ulu. Japan and Europe. Makes
iwreasoname terms. Lvl An-
at W F Matlok. Tlrn-npoal.
IB. wide, cashier: II. C Quern-1
ui turner 1
Rooms, 10, 11, IS
and 13 Association
LIVERY AND FEED STABLES.
TOE OLD SEMPLH FEED YARD. 728
Cottonwood street, Lindsay & Doty
props. Livery, feed and sale stable. Bad-
die horses at all times. Horses for sala.
'Phone Red 41.
THE CITY LIVERY BOARD AND BALE
Stable, M. J. Carney, proprietor, for
fine turnouts. Stable 118 Alta street
COMMERCIAL STABLES, Q. W, PROOMH
Prop. Livery, Feed and Boarding. All
kinds of turnouts. Competent drivers. Op
posite Hotel renmeton. -i-none Main iui
OREGON PEED YARD, W. T. BOYNTON
Prop. Special care given to horses left
with me. Lower Webb street. 'Phone
BOARD AND LODGING,
PfiMlS, LEADING I'HOTOGRA
P t eltv Harvest vleum. In.
i tor ule. Finishing done for
"u ct., near bridge. Ilionc
THE BTRAHON ROOMING HOUSE. MAIN
Bt,, Mrs. B. A. Strabon, prop. Nice large
veil kept rooms In new bnlldlng, with
;ood clean beds.
mE WHITE LODGING UOUSbT 801
South Main street, M. T. Bradley, prop.
Jousekeeplng rooms and lodging rooms.
iood comfortable rooms and clean, well
tept beds. Lodging 23 cents.
EMPIRE LODGING nOTJSH, CORNER OF
E. Court and Johnson streets ; goods
ante, clean rooms with comfortable beds.
itates i.'ic and 60c a night. Thoa. Basrt.
HOTEL ALTA. CORNER ALTA AND
Mill streets. Board by the day or week.
Good tabic set. Kates $4 and f5 per -week.
Pendleton Fewl Yard In connection. L.
r-S0S. COl'ltT STIIKRT. Ta
. HftniM ttnri t..li..l fA.l rii, itiumiciur.
, ...... to, nut,, ,u. 1 ...
2?'W (Jei foiTr paces' . ..
roTTONWOOD i Wo
L GREENAWAIiI), THE OLD RELIABLE
Shoemaker. First clats repairing with txat
materials. Shop in rear of lilndlnger, Wilson
Sim .. . land
15..!; . 'lalma an lul-
KL'L'L.? land com
iPisaf i'a' ,"f land Ul- -
iOaffi"n''"'l collections. I T
iOUN WILSON, PIRBT CLASS 8HOK
maker and repairer. Best material used
And good work done. Shop 117 Alts
She (an authoress) I don't like the expression "divorce proceedings." Can you
suggest u synonym for It?
lie Yes. How will "the moaning of the tied" Do?
GREAT CHURCH GATHERING.
Twenty-five Thousand People at Con.
vention of Disciples of Christ.
Omaha, Neb., Oct. 16. Local rail
road men estimate that more strangers
have arrived In Omaha during the last
24 hours than ever before In the city's
history. Twenty-five thousand is given
as a conservative estimate of the num
ber of persons brought in by the ar
riving trains from all directions. Ho
tels and boarding houses are Allied to
overflowing and the streets and other
public places are thronged.
The visitors are delegates to the In
ternational convention of Disciples of
Christ, which begins its sessions to
morrow to continue one week. This
Is the largest body of Christian
workers which assembled under one
head, and their annual gatherings
are made the occasion of great evan
gelistic work. From all over the
world the delegates have come, for the
church, since Its foundation by Alex
ander Campbell In the backwoods of
Kentucky but little more than a half
century ago, has spread throughout
the civilized world and to may points
where civilization is in its incipiency.
The delegates from abroad probably
will number several hundred and will
were present. The Initial session
was opened with devotional exercises,
at the conclusion of which short ad
dresses of welcome were made on
behalf of Oberlln University and the
local churches. A response was made
by Samuel B. Capen, of Boston, pres
ident of the American board. Follow'
Ing the address of President Capen
some matters of a routine nature,
such as the appointment of commit
tees, etc., were disposed of, and the
secretary of the home department
read his annual report, which is the
special report of the presidential com
mittee. This report showed a year
of great activity and gratifying re
sults. The report of the treasurer, Frank
H. Wiggln, of Boston, showed that
for the first time In several years
the board has been able to close Its
fiscal year free from debt and with a
balance to Its credit In Its treasury
The expenditures for the 12 months
were $741,303.35, and- the regular re
ceipts for the year were $742,764.47,
leaving a balance on hand of ?1,4G2.-
12. The gains for the year were from
legacies and women's boards. The
debt of a year ano nmnnntlp"- to $102,
341.38, has been entirely cancelled
through the redemption of pledges
given at the Hartford meeting, last
Tonight the annual sermon before
and union pacific
Headquarters for Traveling Men.
Commodious Sample Rooms.
Rates $2 & $2.50
Special rates by cck or month.
Prompt Dtnlngroom Service.
Every Modern Convenience
Bar and billiard room in connection
Only Three Blocks from Depot.
GOLDEN HOLE "HOTEL
Corner Court and Johnson Atretic,
M. F Kolly, Proprietor.
PXFART Tllllo SoIlfMltllo AIT
roi Front ivnalototi ro
Chtrago 8a H Luke, Dearer, Ft.
Portland Worth, Omaba, Kan
Special mi City. St. LouU, 8:00 a.m.
b'M p. m. UhlctfO nnd Kmt.
I Atlantic fait Lnkv, Pcnrer, Ft.
Kinre.t Worth, Omnha. Kn
. 5:t.N m. CUr. Bt LouU, 11:10 p.n,
I Tlallunt I Chtrngo and Eail.
ai n.i Walla Walla.Lcwtiton,
$..iuVn Spokane, Wallace
.iV Pullman, Mlnneapo ...
8 15.m, , ki. rid, puiulh, 81P'
Rrokan Milwaukee, Chicago
PpoKane j B, K5t, -j
Ocean and River Schedule.
All latllnft tlalei sut
8Sn m Ject to ehauxo. ..,.
owp. m. ForSanFrancltco P. n.
Sail every 0 dnrt.
BurZV Columbia RVf p..
8:00 p m. To Astoria and War Bundar
10:00 p in.
Boat, leave Portland dally, except Bandar,
(itagp of water permitting) (or WIllameHa and
Yamulll Hirer poluta.
Ulpafla Snako Hirer Lewlitoo
4:05 a.m. Illparla to LewUlon 7 SO mm.
Kicpt Mon Kicpt Men
F. F. WAM3LEY, Agent, I'endlatoa.
include a number of religious workers
of note. From the various parts of the the meeting of the board Is to be de-
United States have come visitors num-. llvered by Rev. Dr. Newell Dwlght
' flfiP Mm.. ...
"tfte forth,; LA,EW AN'I VERY
OlInTS rc,a' Livery Stable nr
' "na 'he hack will call
,0 uli 333 "'V 'AKpn. PROP.
'aUuriot.'"3- h,nn In front of
Huiu .. -" v ana ram t L .
P- - I.V BECONn
or 'I anything you
tD. A son FmrTT..
s-ri "lining, rena irinV
FOR RENT FURNISHED nOCSEKEEPINO
rooms and alngle rooms. 719 College atreet,
oppoalte court bouie. Mrs. Alice Smith, Frop
WANTED NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS FOB
nousekeeping. Apply at tt.1, onlce.
WANTED ADVERTISERS TO MAKE UBE
of these classified columns. If you hare
something yon have no use for, offer to
trade It for something; that some other
body may have and have no use for, some
thing that yon may need In your business.
Yon may bare au extra horse that jou
may wish to trade for a cow or a vehicle.
Borne body may have the cow and vehicle
and want the horse. A 15c or 25 cent want
ad.iwlll probably do the business.
PENDLETON MACHINE 8UOPAND FOUN
dry, Baltezore & Ilnwe, proprietors. Black.
amithlns: and general lohblne. Iron and brau
casting. All kinds of machinery repilrs.
Phone Bed 20.
K TILL AR BROTHERS. PLASTERING
and cementing. Cement walks a spe
cialty. Estimates furnished free. Wo
guaranteed. Leave orders at Badley ai
104"'" C'r ,t0r'- Ma,n 8t P' 0 U
bering In the aggregate something like
25,000 or 30,000 and many more are
on the way. The badges to be seen
about the streets today indicate that
largest delegations are from Missouri,
Kentucky, Indiana, Kansas, Arkansas,
Tennessee. Illinois, Oklahoma. Ohio.
Nebraska, Texas and Michigan.
The meetings of the convention will
be held In the great building known as
the Coliseum, a commodious structure
admirably arranged for the purposes
of the gathering. Overflow meetings
will be held In all the local churches
and In the churches of Council Bluffs
and South Omaha as well. The gen
eral headquarters of the committee on
arrangements are located at the Mfl
lard Hotel and here today's arrivals
were taken, provided with badges and
assigned to quarters. Besides a host
of ministers the delegates include
many laymen of prominence. Some
of the speakers to be heard during the
week are: Supreme Court Justice Hoi
colmb. of Nebraska; Champ Clark, of
Missouri; Benton McMillan, of Ten-
nesbee: V. T. Moore, of London; Gov.
ernor Bushnell, of Ohio; Governor
btaniey. of Kansas, and Zach Sweeney.
former minister to Turkey.
The benevolent association of the
htirch will hold its sessions during
the convention In the North Side
Christian church, wltht Z. F. Sweeney
of Columbia, Ind., and the Rev. George
Combs of Kansas City, as principal
Aside rrora the regular program,
which is taken up chiefly with mis
slonary addresses, the evangelists of
the church will hold noonday and ves
per meetings on the street corners, in
the large department stores, factories
and packing houses. Sunday the pul
pits of all the churches of all denomi
nations will be occupied by Disciple
preachers. In the afternoon a union
meeting will be held In the Coliseum,
when the communion service or Lord's
supper will be partaken. Ten thous
and persons, probably the largest num
ber on record, will take part at one
One of the most Interesting features
HEATED BY STEAM
LIGHTED BY ELECTRICITY
Hillis, of Brooklyn.
Amorlwm I'lnn, rnie 1 ii5 to S'.'.OO
Em-openii l'lan, r,Ou, Tuit, $1.00.
8rKoliil nites hy week or month.
Episcopalians in Session.
Albany, N, Y., Oct. 14. The twen
ty-fifth congress of the Protestant
Episcopal church opened Its sessions I Free 'bus meets all trains
In this city today wllli a Inrgo attend
ance of leading churchmen from all
parts of the Unitedt Sates, -fiolyi
communion was celebrated In the
morning. Bishop BuvgnK3 officiating.
in the afternoon the delegate vJmKciI
various points of intr -t. and I-itcr
there was a reception In their honor.
The regular program will be taken tin
this evening. The visitors will be wel
comed by Bishop Doane, following
whose address there will be a discus
sion of the church and the drama.
the speakers to Include Rev. Dr. Floyd
v. Tompkins, or Philadelphia; the
Rev. Dr. Henry Lubeck, of New York,
ana tne itev. Dr. Arthur B. Klnsolv-
Ing, of Brooklyn.
Commercial trade solicited
Fine sample rooms
Special Allwilion (liven Country Trade
CORNER MAIN AND WEBB STS.
Pullman Sleepit.R Qirs,
Elefiuiit Dining Cars,
Tourist Sleeping Cars.
UK AND FORKf
American Bottlers' Convention.
Norfolk, Va Oct. 14. .Nearly one
mousanu nottiers representing the
American Bottlers' Association met
for their ninth annual convention in
this city today. There are delegations
Horn all parts of the United States
east of the Mississippi river, the
largest number being from Philadel
phia, New York and Boston. The
officers In charge of the convention
are: George B. Hugo, Boston, presi
dent; Judge D. L. V, Moffett, Bos;on,
secretary; Henry u Schmidt. Hobo-
ken, reasurer. One of the problems
to be considered at the convention
Is that of compelling people to return
Memorial to Gladstone.
London, Oct. 14. St. Deiniel's LI
brary, which has ben envied at Ha
warden, as a memorial to tic latu Mr,
Gladstone, was formally opened to
day with Interesting ceremonies.
Lord Spencer, who succeeded the late
jjukp or Westminster as chairman
of tle Gladstone National Memorial
GEO. DAfiVEAU, Prop.
Elegantly f urnished
European I Ian
Block and-a half from depot
Sample room In conpi-clion.
and all points East and South
rarouvh tlckotl to Jinin anrt flhlm vlt
Tacoma aod Northeru Paclflo H!emihl' Co,
Trains leave Pendleton dallr iirrnil flundi
M. 1 JI J'. Ill 1
For further Inlorinatiou, time cardi, maps
and tickets, call ou or write W. A Jmi, Pen.
dleton, Oregon, or A. 1. (IHARI.ION
Third and Morrlunn Hu., Portland Or.
50c, 75c, $1.00
uommmee. Dresmeu nvor itm nvr.
01 uiu garnering is ine contest lorjnees and other distinguished
next year's convention of the denoml-'were among the speakers,
nation. The chief aspirants appear to i -be
Niagara Falls. Buffalo, Detroit, San New Mexico's Big Fair
Francisco and Los Angeles, All of ii10, M
tW nltl h-vo co. a.wl tfl... - M-W ., 11
Amerlcau 1'lau. fi ur dav uml unwarH
Kradquartcri. fur touriU and cuinnienlal trav
clem, btxrclal rait mode to fumiliirfi and slnvlc.
men I genlleintii The niaiiatrimiit will be plial
at all times to liow rooms and glvr prievs, A
modem Turkuli liutlir.lulili.liujtiillu the hotel.
11 k nwwi'.Kh, Manager
-The Babbitt Metal, beat In the world, In
OLD NEW8PAPER.S' TO PUT UNDEIl
l carpets, on shelve, walls, or for wrap
Din? DurrwuiM nui ... iM lu ...
:Sn?.le 100 eacbMtt 23 cenU a btinflle
wiue CAB-, uiikuonian omc. fsndia
niies nave sent large anu innu- t, .,.i- m , . ... , ... , .,,B
entlal delegations and the contest I" J IauT'IV. V.OI'e."el ".r' Pr'c 1 Per bar, at the East
promises to be exceed ngly sp r ted ciOUg A1i fllritZ Jll ii " "wgonian uweeu
before the final selection Is 'made. Tnfirt
talks OP foreign MiSRinNR ?lt,0.n thee aTe numerous special at
TALKS OF FOREIGN MI8SIONS. tractlons In the way of entertainment.
1 Thf mnnflpfimnrir la in ranAlnt tr r, A
Three Hundred Members Present at vlces toat tho attedance will break all
i nree uays- session. previous records,
Oberlin, O., Oct. 14. The- ninety-
third annual meting of the American I have for sale pure bred Pekln
Board of Commissioners for Foreign ducks, large size. Per pair,
Missions convened uere toaay, ana uiu, o, uin aeiiver
wnl be In session three days. Bo ' during October. ' ' Mrs,
tween 200 and 800, corporate members Echo, Or.
Chicago, HI. Paul, HI. I.ou'h, Kan
sas City, St. Joe, OiiiaIih, and
All Points East and South
Portland and points
on the Sound
I.eart Pendleton, dally except guilds ri at
Arrlre Pendlelon Monday, Wednesday so
ArnVe Pendleton Tuasdar. Thmnlir una
D ...lltM..u ' -
teare Walla Walla dallr, eatt bound, 9ax) pm.
Arrive Walla Walla dally, west buuud,esaa,
for Information rrsarillnk raU'S and accom.
modatlous, i all ou or address
W. A DAUB, Atent,
. Pendleton, Orecon.
8. B. OALUKUHKAU.U P. A..
Walla Walla, Wasb,
STURDIVANT BROS,, Prorw.
lilage leaves Pendleton dally, except Sundays,
at 7 a. m., lor Uklab and InleiuiedlaUi points,
liatesi To Pilot Hotk,7Soj Pilot Kock and f
tarn, 11 loi To Nrt. II io. Nys and relarn, Hi
To Bldse, II 76 i (o Itldis and return, W.toi To
Alba, I.' to Alba and return. II OOtfoUklah
to Uklab and return, il.lo,
Office In Golden Rule Hotel, Pendletoa
nd uressnis I wiVi oriin m Utla"r "u "p"""' VVl'iUKXU atiutbM
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