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ilness Ca ds and Societies
E88I0N8 AND TRADES. ALFHABETICALLY ARRANGED.
PHYSICIANS. FRATERNAL ORDERS.
' 7 nvYVCV. IN JOnD ""J? NEIOHKOnB OF AMERICA
;2tEi.H-rs 10 1 to 12 a m.: "dwood Camp. No. 53S3. meet second
oacf tin. rl 3T1. J.d..foarth Tnesday of each month In Odd
; telephone l JT Fellows' hall. Mra. Ida Holcomb. Oracle;!
TT ' nBSPAIN BLOCK. Hrttl. nobblna. Reeorder.
f,. fltted for refractlTe ? . Secret Society Hall, tecond
"T Main 1131. B?'J.,fourih T,0?'!'1" ,n each "'" All
rne, Main .m-"- Xta'"n Sir Knlghti cordially Inrlted. J.
rnfnroFFIcnpVF.lt TUB S. Kees, Itecord Keeper; E. D. Estabrook,
jatlnp l"n!r Te'eP"one. 30 i Commander.
,ftn. Main 301
PENDLETON LODGE. NO. 62. A. P. AND
HLD M. P- "2"EOVATJ,L9 M- meetB fln,t n1 third Mondaya of
iarjeon. Office In Jndd each month. Visiting brethren welcome,
"Shone? OIH, black 73; T. J. Tweedy. TT. M. ; Joe H. Parkea. Bet
.'m.vaiPtAvTvn l'ENDprrON CITAPTEn, NO. 28 T. C
U nOWB. "P,1,,? uTl''"' P- T.. P. P. Wamsley, .ecretarj!
matt, room,-'". '!'' bu,,,yn: Mt flrat and fourth Friday of eack
Rl BeeUmce 'phone, black month In Masonic Hall.
1 rTnU 17 AHROCIA. AMON LODGE, NO. 4. KNIOHTSn Off
fcADIi R0OJI?J AH HOCIA- Pythias. L. W. Held, C. C. : n. W.
1 Wepjn"'', maln 031 refll" Tletcher, K. of It. and 8. Maeta every
Monday In Secret Society Hall.
rSPlS eye"?ar,CJe rjUNWOODMEN 0F7mERICa7-
E-i'hf Salinas Bank bnUd Tntnllla Camp, No. 6300. Meets tint
C?h Ml and th,rd Mondays of each month at Odd
F1" 1JI' Fellows' Hall. Geonre A. Hamblln. Coa-
fc rriVSICIANB. DH8. "': O- A. rtobblns, Clerk.
fnrt Office one block west
K, WOODMEN OF TOE WOULD REGULAR
L meetings of Pendleton Camp, No. 1, W.
EllLAKKRI.KK, CHRONIC of W. are held In Secret Society Hall
k dlaeaaes and diseases of every Saturday evening. Visiting neigh-
iHotel Pendleton, Cor. Water bors are always welcome. J. P. Walker,
b, Pendleton, Ore. 'Phone Clerk; A. J. Owen.'C. C.
ilAN. DENTIST. OKKICB IN
fcr. 'nione rea (i.
"nB.VTIST, OFFICII IN AB-
k. one Hcnmiats new drug
IS AND BROKER8.
ON'AL BANK OF ATHENA.
lapltal, ?.w,w: surplus anu
flifii and l"n!"tlo etclinnicp
r.,nt y ifipnuoii co tienry
sMent: T, J- Krk, vloepresf.
I narnett, cashier, r, B. I.e
HAILKY A LOWELL, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW
Offlceln Despatn Block.
BALLERAY A McCOURT, LAWYERS, Asso
CARTER AND HALEY, ATTORNEYS AT
Law. Office In Borings Bank Bulldlnt.
HENRY J. BEAN, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Association Block, Pendleton, Oregon.
KI!S' BANK OF WESTON,
legem. Does a general bank
Exchange bought and sola.
oromntly attended to. It.
ldent: George W. l'roebstel,
J. it. Kiigore, caimer ; ni
Hartman, M. M. Johns. T.
Uraw. J. F. Kllgore, Robert
ETON SAVINGS HANK PKN
teeon. Organized March 1.
Il $50,000: surplus $00,000;
! on inte cliMioslts. Ex
ami so'rt on nil principal
ral nlt'-ntlim given to cil-
J. FurnUb, president J. N.
Kldent: T. J. Mori la. caahlei.
lO.NAL RANK OF PKNDLE-
lal $70,000; surplus. 03,000.
Renerai Danxinz busln-3. Iii-
tclciraphlc transfers sold on
trancisco. e' York and
ti in thi Northwest. Drafts
Ina, Japan and Europe. Makes
reasonao e terms. Levi An
il! W, F Mstlock, Tlce-presl-
-Je, Ciiaier: IX. F. Johnson, lis-
. BERKELEY, ATTORNEY
Office In Association Block.
E. D. BOYD, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Ill
L. B. REEDER, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
JAMES A. FEE.
LAW OFFICE IN JUDD
STILLMAN AND PIERCE. ATTORNEYS
at Law. Mr. Btlllman has been admitt
ed to practice In United States patent of
fice and makes a specialty of Patent Law.
Rooms, 10, 11, 12, and 13 Association
VAN DRAN BROS., Props.
The Best Hotel in Pendleton
and as good as any.
THE WONDERS OF NATURE.
"Don't you love to gambol on the green?"
Uncle 35enas Nopeyl I tried It when I wua In ther city last wlntsr and tline
want notnin' doin' but rsd an' Mack I
HEARD IN WESTON.
Headquarters for Traveling Men.
Commodious Sample Rooms.
Rates $2 & $2.50
Special rates by week or month.
Prompt DInlngroom Service.
Every Modern Convenience.
Bar and billiard room in connection
Pioneer Dead Field Corn Good An Only Three BlOCkS frOBI DeOOt.
GOLDEN RULE HOTEL
Corner Court and Joimnou StrecU,
ICTS AND BUILDERS.
llID, ARCHITECT AND SU
It. makes comnlele and re'la-
IballdlnRs In the cltv or conn
ICOLE, CONTRACTORS AND
luHmntes furnUlihl nn short
rwork a speclaltT. Prompt
i on Bluff street near Main.
CONTRACTOR ANU BUM.D-
Hits TurnHhed on all kinds
mnent walks, stone nal.s. etc.
m Kat ,)regonlnn ofno?
LIVERY AND FEED STABLE8.
THE OLD BEMPLE PEED YARD," 723
Cottonwood street. Lindnaj A Doty
props. Llrery, feed and sate stable. Bad
die horses at all 'time, nonet) for aal.
'Phone Red 41.
THE CITY LIVERY BOARD AND SALE
Stable. M. J. Carney, proprietor, for
One turnouts. Stable 118 Alta street.
COMMERCIAL STABLES, O. W. FROOME
Prop. Llrery, Feed ana Hoarding. Alt
kinds of turnouts. Competent drlrers. Op
posite Hotel Pendl-ston. 'Phone Main 101
OREGON PEED YARD, W. T. BOYNT0N
Prop. Special care glren to horses left
with me. Lower Webb street 'Phone
BOARD AND LODGING.
i'fTK WHITE LODUINO HOUSE. 01
South Main street. M. T. Bradlej, prop.
aoasekeenmc rooms ana lodaine rooms.
flood comfortable rooms and eleaa, wall
Kept beds. Lodging 29 centa.
I cltr. ITarvest views, ln-
t! sale. Finishing done for
m U., near bridge, 'Phone
P- COURT STREET. LA
i uvtneliBi, dealers In elec-
vS 'tores, wired tor
- Will ft. .lAnl. r,i--
I. 'u.s Oct our nrlccs.
BMPIltR LODOINO IIOU8E, CORNER OP
E. Court aad Johnson streets ; goods
isrfre. clean rooms with comfortable Deal
Rates 25c and 00c a night Thoa. Smart,
HOTEL ALTA, CORNER ALTA AND
.Mill streets. Board br tie day or week.
Good table set. Ratea S4 and J5 per week.
Pendleton Feed Yard in connection. L.
BOOT AND v'HOE REPAIRING.
L. GRKENAWALD, THE OLD RELIABLE
Shoemaker. First class repalrlnc with beat
materials. 8hoD In rear of Dlndlnaer. Wllaon
55 Ut BUINE8S.
i All ""t
ktt . ,-t. "aims an mi
I bolMin. . ... """'.coiiectlous,
t, win in.
Pl'fe' AND VERY
P 'ad Jaa a it V-,ne nnD:'
! Comm..!?;, s; . McKay, prons.
-"'n win rail
"la lis i.?AAKK' PROP.
nat 1D front of
p isiort. pii ..lr- -urt at..
Jf there iT nriMr,rZ.
- eoo ot.
JOHN WILBON, PIRST CLABS 8H0E
maker and repairer. Reat material used
and good work done. Shop 117 Alta
FOR RENT FURNISHED nO08EKKEPINO
rooms and tingle rooms. 719 Colleen street,
opposite court, house. Mrs. Alice binitn, J'rop
WANTED NIOELY FUBNISI1ED ROOMS FOR
bonsekeeplng. Apply at this office.
PENDLETON MACHINE SH0PANp"f0U.V.
dry, Baltezore & Howe, proprietors. Black
smithing and general Jobbing. Iron and braas
caatlngi. All kinds of machinery repairs.
Phone Red 26.
KBLLAR BROTUBR8, PLASTERING
and cementing. Cement walks a spe
cialty. Estimates furnished tree. Wo
guaranteed. Leae orders' at JJadley at
banner's cigar store. Main St., P. O. fee
OLD NEWSPAPERS TO PUT UNDER
cameta. on sheWea. walls, or for wran-
Dlng DurDosea. Old newsDanen In larca
bundles of-100 each at' 23 centa a bundle
at the. BAST OHKQONIAN oOVe, Pendle
ton, uregonr '
MEN AND WOMEN.
Um Bin O for unnataral
trritattona or aloratlou
ui u iirhut. oi macoua ruiauxu.
I Pmui, duiuiu Palaleja. sod cot ulna-
1th E EVAU S OH UICJ 1 09. gent or poisonous.
aois or SJriEUaBSS
nr ment In BUtn wntMl
br oxpreu, pnpald, tot
31 .00. or 3 bottlea. UTJ.
Circular aunt oa truest.
Vail at thlaoffloa.
Standard "remedy lor Gleat,
benorrhoja and Runnings
IN 48 .HOURS. Curoa. Kid
ney and Bladder Trouble!,
are greatly enhanced by finely
laundried iinuns. We can add
to the sum of domestic hap
piness in this respect. Can't
be beat at laundry work. Do
up your shirts and collars in
Ai style. And you'll then
have a "bosom friend" (that'll
give you comfort and pleasure.
Special attention to collars
and cuffs Finest work. Low
est prices. Satisfactory service
THE DOMESTIC LAUNDRY
F. Robinson, Prop Pendleton
One of the most comfort
able homes in Pendleton,
Electric lights, nice lawn
and shade trees, stable
for two horses
A half section of fine wheat
land, all in summer-fallow,
north of Pendleton,
Almost a section of land in
one body, a short dis
tance north of town.
FRANK B. CLOPTON
800 MAIN STREET
Jesse Mplton, an Oregon pioneer,
wuB burled Sunday In the Weston
cemetery, services being: conducted
by Rev. W. S. Payne. Mr. Melton had
been confined to his bed lor several
mouths and his demise was not unex
pected. He died at the home of his
daughter, Mrs. B. F. Winn, northeast
of Weston. He was C7 years of age
and well known all over Eastern Ore
gon, where he had a host of friends.
He leaves two daughters and one son.
nis wile Having iiieu several years
I People of the Weston territory arc
in-iiiuing io rurn meir attention
more each year to growing field corn.
inis is getting to be quitf a crop
and Is being used for feeding pur
poses. C. W. Courtney, proprietor of
the Weston Meat Market, has pur
chased the growth off 30 acres from
Ed Simpson and Henry Waddlnghnm,
and will fatten his beef cattle on it.
Mr. Wandllllldinm'K rnrn vlplrloil ar. I
bushels to the acre.
Mack Cockburn experienced a very
jxcltlng runaway a few days ago.
He waB coming down the steep grade
near the Biggins place with a four
horse load of lumber when the bind
ing chain broke and let the lumber
sude off onto the horses. He could
not Jiold the team and rolled off the
wagon to save himself, preferlng to
let the wagon and horses ttke care
of themselves In such a predicament
luiuer uiiui risn nis own neck oy . i m n t
staying with them. Tim team made Special Attention Given louiftTy Trade
a break down the mountain and piled
up In the ditch at the foot. When
Mr. Cockburn reached the wagon he
could not see the animals and thpught
they had broke loose and gone on.
After a closer look, however, he dis
covered them In the ditch completely
hid from view with lumber. One of
the horses had a broken shoulder.
but the other three were only slight
ly scratched. Mr. Cockburn was not
Aiuton swaggart, tor 15 years a
raiser of fine blooded hogs, was In
town from his ranch. Ho said that
he finds bloooded hogs very profita
ble and will have almost 100 head to
turn off in a few weeks.
A football game has been arranged
to be played In Weston November 1,
between the Weston normal team and
the Walla Walla high school team.
amd union Pacific
ao p. m.
Bait Lake, Dearer, Ti,
Worth, Omaha, Kan,
hi City, St. Loula,
Chicago and Eaat.
Fait Lake. Denver, Ft.
. u. i, , v ,1, i u n, Anil-
aaa Cltjr, St. Lonls,
vnicago ana sjut.
ftitia ta. I
Bt Panl ' W,?"?'J1-If.r,11?,on'
Fait Mull , Bpoksno, Wallace,
a-uaVm runtnan, Mlnnespo
sa.ta.in, ii.u. n'i niU
Tia i :i- - -.-"i A';"'"'
Ocean and River Schedule.
All sailing dates aub
8 aid m Jict to change. ,.,
swp. m. r,r Ban Francisco P.".
Ball ererj 6 days.
BanaV Columbia Rlrer !00
SNOp m. ToAatorla and War Sundaj
logo p m.
Boataleare rnrtland dally, except Buadar,
(atage of water permitting) fur Wlllamelta an 4
Yamhill Hirer points.
Leave j Lean
Itlpnrla Bnske Rlrer Lewlstoaj
4Ma.m. Rlparla to Le wlaton TM)a.sa.
Dallr ' Oall '
ExcptMonl Kxcpt Mca
V. r. WAM8LKY. Agent, I'endUtoa.,,
HEATED BY STEAM
LIGHTED BV ELECTRICITY
AniiTlcnii J'liiu, rnteH91tSiS tuV'-i.OO
Kuropean l'fiiu. KOc, 7 in, SI. 00.
Hpoulal mteM liy-weeli or inontli.
Free 'bus meets all trains
Commercial trade solicited
Fine sample rooms
CORNER MAIN AND WEBB STS.
Wishes to announce that he has
taken possession of
- MEAT MARKET
on Court Street
Where ho lis ready to serve the
people of Pendletou with the
Choicest of Meats, Saussages,
Lard, Bacon, etc;
Your Patronage Is
Georgia Veterans In Reunion,
Columbus, Ga. Oct. 28. This city
is gay with flags and bunting iii honor
of the Confederate veterans of Geor
gla, whose fourth annual state reunion
is in progress. The gathering was
formally opened at in o'clock this
morning with a large attendance of
veterans and their frlmds. The vis-
Itors were welcomed by I.. C. Ivy.
speaking for the' local societies, and
by Captain Peter Preer, on behalf of
the Sons of Veterans. To these ad
dresses response for the visitors was
made by General C. A, Evans, division
commander. The remainder of the
opening session was taken up with
reports, committee appointments and
GEO. DAilVEAU, Prop.
Block and a half from depot.
Sample room In connection.
50c, 75c, $1.00
American I'lan. 13 tcr day aud uuward.
other routine business, interspersed KK!St KftSffiSSTSS'JKl.
with selections of music. This Lf tor-1 eentlrmeu The uiauacrmcnt will be ulc.K-d
noon waa irlven over to brigade meet-1 t all times to show roouia and give prices. A
noon was tien oyer io uuj,uue meti modcru Turkith batheatsblUhraeot In the hotel.
IlifeO mm i cuitiuuQ v Ifttiwuo I J i. JJUWItKKj MSUager.
panles and regiments. Tomorrow i ii l
will take place the annual parade. Babbitt Metal, best In the world. In
which promises to be of more than bars. Price $1 ner bar. at the Eaat
ordinary interest owing to uiu largo oreaon an Offlca.
; number of participants.
Pullnuiii Sleeping Cars,
Elegant Dining Curs,
Tourist Sleeping Cars.
aud all points East and South
fbrotuh tickets to Janan and Chins, rla
Taooma and Northern facing Btjoahlp C.
and American Una.
Trains leaTS Pendleton dallr azcsDl Suadas
at 1XO p.m.
For farther Information, time cards, aaaM
and tickets, call on or writ W. Adams,
dleton, Oreton, or A. 1). (JHAKLTOH,
rnira ana uorriaon hu rortiana, UT.
Chicago, St. Paul, St. Louis, Kam
bah uuy, mi. joe, unutiia, una
All Points liflst and South
Portland and point
on the Sound
iMia fendleton. dallr nocU (nudare at
Arrlre Pendleton Moudaj, Wednesdar aad
Arrlre Pendleton Tueadsr. Thunder sjaa
Leave Walla.Walla dallr, saat bound, f Ml pat,
Arrlre Walla Walla deify, west bound, aaa.
For lnlonnatlsn resardlna rates and -- -
modatloas. call on or add reas
8. B, OALOKBHKAD. O. P. A.,
nana nana, it aaa.
PENDLETON- UKI AH
bTUBDIVANT BUOS., Prop.
BUae learee Pendlaton dallr. aacaot Bandars.
at 7. iii. .for Uklah and Intermediate petals.
aatesi io nioi uoca, 7001 rnoi ataca ama re
lnrn.ll.asi ToKre. 11.2a. Mrs and return. Ml
To lildfr, II 76! to Uldje snd return, r; a0 T
Alba, tlMl toAlbaandrelnru.M.OOlloDklali
K.W! to Uklah and return, in.
Mflc la Golden Rule Hotel, PctidWt
Venezuela's Independence Day.
Caracas, Oct. 28. Today was Vene
zuela's independence day, the anni
versary of the birth of Simon Hollvar
Owing to the disturbed political con
dition the celebration was less gen
eral than has been the custom, about
I tho only observance In the capital
being the decoration of the famous
MANHOOD RESTORED Tlili Kreat Vetf
We VlUilur.tbeptHnrlpuoaof afiuuiaslTreoehtibrtltlan, will nvtcklroijmjoa atl
nerrousor (unfASt-aoi ibe seucwure oryiuis, aud. u a.$ affkuio4a, sumaiaa
am um nMH,iiniuai mui iwiuai, arrvvui ifcaiin;, x-iwp
VnllUuiiloMarrr, KahBuallaa; Uralas, TarlriM-ols ainil C'unatlpallaaa,
It atopauli loaiuibr liar or lilrlit. WpVKQtaaulcLifiMSdf Aiacito.it wLlrli If natriums: ed
leada 10 Bnerinalorrli una and all the horrors bf Imnou-ner, Vl'III'IIi:ft KcleaiUMttia
llvfr. IIia Li.liwtvii sml Ihl, l!,r Hr 9 nrt.n, tit sll ImrutHilM tf-lTUf hMH mtrnMihama
and restores small w&if nmnnm. - ' "
TbereMcouauffereia areiiot cuied br Docton,IsUaaMMpercntr troubleJ with Prosiatiltia,
OuHIOKNi: the only known rriziMl to cure without a vperuti'jn. VW IctUnioiiutla. A writtaa
ruanuitee alrnu and iconry retnriu! u SixaesUuveuot tffost a pemaueot core. ILbaa boatfMIMw
r mall. Bend for vkk rrulr anil lentlnioalul, ' " '
' Addreas JAVI MV.HIVIVK I'o.. p o. ilox S07il.fcUo PraJre. fUl.
SOLD BY TALLMAN t CO., DRUQQI8T8, PENDLETON, OREGON.