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E$faess C&tds and Societies
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IJOTAL NBIOBDORR OP AUnniOA.
Wlldwood Camp, No. 28S3. meets second
ad fourth Tuesday of each month In Odd
reuowi- oaiL tus. iaa uoleomb, Oraela
Urs. Nettle Robbina, Recorder.
OMATIM.A TENT. NO. 37, K. O. T. It.
Meets In Secret Society Hall, second
ana roarin Tuesday In each month. All
nailing ir Kmgnts cordially inrlted. J
S. Keea, Record Keeper; H. D. EiUbrook,
BOOM 17 A8S0CIA
TeSone. mam imi ; rrai
.-.i.iHm .r.. ear. rose
Offlce one block west
Hold Pendktnn, Cor. Water
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BlIAM. DBSTIST. OFFICE IN
Tnone reu n.
STdextist. offich in as-
klocf. orer acnmiai b new urus
XS AND BROKERS.
PENDLETON LODGE, NO. 62. A. P. AND
A. M., meets first and third Mondays ot
racu monm. t lining nretnren welcome.
i. j. xweeay, w. u. ; joe u. nrtea. Bee,
PENDLETON CHAPTER. NO. 2S T. C.
Taylor, Hr P., P. P. Wamsley, secretary.
aieei. am ana ioqitii rTiaay or eacn
montn in Masonic Hall.
DAMON LODGE, NO. 4. KNIGHTS OP
rrtnlas. L. W. neld. C. C: R. W,
Fletcher, K. of R. and 8. Meets erery
sionany in secret society uan.
MODERN WOODMEN OP AMERICA.
Tutnina camp, no. 0398. Meets first
and intra Mondays or each month at Odd
f euons- nan. ueorpc A. uamDiin, con
sul ; 0. A. Robblns, Clerk.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD REGULAR
meetings of Pendleton Camp. No. 41. W,
of W. ate held In Secret Society nail
erery Saturday erenlne. Vlsltlnc neleh
bors are always welcome. J. P. Walker,
uiera; a. j. uwen, u. L.
LIVERY AND FEED STABLES.
THE OLD SEMPLE PEED YARD, 72S
Cottonwood street, Lindsay & Doty
props. Livery, feed and sale stable. Bad-
die horses at all times. Horses for sals.
Phone Red 41.
THE CITY LIVERY BOARD AND BALE
Stable. M. J. Carney, proprietor, for
fine turnouts. Stable 118 Alts street
KOSAL BASK OF ATHENA.
iiUI, f mJ.ouu nuri'iim muu
Interest on time deposits.
ii:tn and Domcotlo exrlnuw
rn nt y tendM to Henry
tirMnt; T J Kirk, vli'e-nresl.
Rarnett, cannier, t. n. i.e , oiusuun itkeu xauu, v. r,
anf caRlt.'r . iTop.
COMMERCIAL STABLES, O. W. PROOME
Prop. Livery, Peed and Boarding. All
kinds of turnouts. Competent drlrers. Op
posite Hotel Pendleton. 'Phone Main 181.
!' BANK OF WESTON,
Oregon. Does a general dbdk
I LXCDaDKe DOURUl UUU BUIU.
! proaiptll attended to. K.
rldeat: (ieorce W. Proebstet,
it, J. It. Kllitore, casmer; ai-
fA. nartman. M. M. Johns, T.
D. Draw, J I'. Kiigore, iiooerci
lkto.v 8A VINOS BANK PKN
Kkoii. Orcanud Marcn l.
4l J30.000: surplus JOO.OOO:
Ktfi on imie ilopiralts. Ex-
ami snlil jn all nrlncliml
alHitlun Riven to "!
J. FurnHh. president : J. K.
mli1tnt: T. J. Mortis, cushlei.
Special care given to horses left
with me. Lower Webb street. Tbone
BOARD AND LODGING.
THE WniTE LODGING HOUSE, 801
South Main street, M. T. Bradley, prop.
Housekeeping rooms and lodging rooms.
Good comfortable rooms and dean, well
sept beds. Lodging 25 cents.
riOSAL HANK OF PENDLE-
Ntal J70.0OO; Burnlus. $5,000.
t central twnklnc business. Ki
telegraphic transfeis sold on
In Franclaco. New York and
fenti Id the Northwest. Drafts
film, Japan and Europe. Makes
reasonable terms. I.cvl An
it J W. F Matlock, vlce-presl-ide,
caihlet; n. F. Johnton, as-
OMPIRE LODGING HOUSE, CORNER OP
E. Court and Johnson streets : goods
large, clean rooms with comfortable beds.
Rates 25c and 50c a night. 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. It.
BOOT AND v. HOE REPAIRING.
L. OREENAWALD, THE OLD RELIABLE
Shoemaker. First class repalrlns with best
materials. Shop In rear ol litndlnger, Wilson
ECTS AND BUILDERS.
AM). AUCHITIX'T AND 8U-
ft, makes complete nnd re'la-
f Dmidlnsr! In the cltv or coun-
I COLE. CONTRACTORS AND I
fKsltrantes (urniihxl nn short
woiK a specialty. Prompt
) on Muff street near Main.
CONTRACTOR AMI !U'II.D-i
lurulshed on all kinds
teoent walks, stone wnlls. etc.
tt Fast Jreconlan offlce.
JOHN WILSON, FIRST CLASS 8HOE
maker and repairer. Best material used
and good work done. Rhop 11T Alts
FOR RENT FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING
rooms and single rooms. 719 College street,
opposite court house. Mrs. Alice Smith, Prop.
WAS, LEADING PIIOTOGRA-
M tlty Harvest views, In
I'or sale. Finishing done for
St., near bridge, 'l-uone
Eleetrlclans, dealers In elec-
A"", "tores, wired for
or telenhon. P.le-.
Utail net our prices.
-PENDLETON MACHINE SHOP AND FOUN-
i dry, Baltczoro & Howe, proprietors. Black-
amltntng ana geui rai ioiDiiig iron una orass
casting. All kinds ol inachl ery rep-.lrs
Phone Red 26
KELLAR BROTHERS, PLASTERING
and cementing. Cement walks a spe
cialty. Estimates furnished free, wo
guaranteed. Leave orders at Badley ai
Zahner's cigar store. Main St., P. O. bt
at. , a offl
."l claims an
or land ni-
E .VWcV'the publli
I Comm.f:, 8: . McKay, prone.
Ht aiS it: "I1 . oDie or
. and the hack will call
"lis M "'l.BA., PROP.
f-triat, tllna ln 'font of
H nd so M
"'E IN SECOND
P r 'i "gibing you
'! w,M:! hand' fnrrTltS
"'i al4 Webb St.
- e"nlng- renalrlnr
"ICE IN JODD
are greatly enhanced by finely
laundried linens. We can add
to the 3uni 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
havea "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. PercUeton
The East Oregonlan Is Eastern Ore
gon's representative paper. It leads,
and the people appreciate H and 'show
It by their liberal patronage. It Is the
advertising me lum of this section.
U F. SMITH'S METHOD
OF CLEANSING SEED
Can be Used by Any One and Is a
Safe, Sure Way of Getting Rid of
or many years the farmers ot
Eastern Oregon and Washington have
been experimenting with tests to do
away with smut In wheat Smut is
something that is found to a more or
less degree all over the country and
some years it Is very bad. So far
the efforts of the farmers have been
of small avail In handling tho smut
although it Is claimed that by proper
care of the seed wheat there. Is little
need for tho farmer having to pass
his wheat off as second class on ac
count of this nuisance.
Not only does tho smut injure the
sale of wheat, but it is said to bo re
sponsible for the numerous machine
explosions which occur each season.
It is no uncommon thing to hear of
some separator exploding and burn
ing up and it is claimed that the smut
causes gas to ignite in the machines
which results in an explosion.
The Wheat King of Washington.
The following statement from LIssIs
F. Smith, called the "wheat kins" of
Washington, who owns a large tract
of lnnd in Whitman county is fol
lowed with Interest by wheat growers.
He Is sure, If followed, this method
of vitrlollng wheat will not only keep
the grain free from smut, but will
do away with the numerous explosions
which occur In harvest time. His
method is easy to use and is as fol
"I first place vitriol In a trough.
The trough should be a little wider
than the scoop, which should bo a
small one. My trough Is 12 inches
wide, 121nches deep and 12 feet long.
I put from 10 to-25 pounds of vitriol
in a grain bag and put it ln one end
of the trough. This keep the vitriol
from mixing with the wheat, but al
lows the water to absorb all the vitri
ol it will, insuring strength. I pour
the wheat out of the bags into the
trough and stir it up several times.
skimming off the white caps, straws
and unthreshed wheat and other ref
In the other end of the trough I
have a place to hang a bag so that ono
man can fill it two-thirds will of wheat
with the scoop, when It is placed ou
a drain board on the opposite side of
the trough from where the man works
so that the surplus vitriol water can
drain off into the trough.
Cheap and Effectual.
There is no doubt there are other
ways of killing smut in grain, but I
know of none so cheap and effectual.
I have used this method for seven
ears, during' which time I raised
00,000 bushels of wheat and I have
raised no smut Before that time I
alsed a good deal of smut from vlt-
iollng In a barrel in the sack.
"Dry. wheat in sacks can be left
uncovered and take rains all winter
and not absorb enough moisture to
prevent wheat from being No. 1 mill
ing wheat in this cllmate,and yet we
expect every part of every kernel to
be surrounded by vitriol water by
five minutes immersion In a sack In
Smut Is a Live Plant
"Smut Is a live plant, a parasite,
growing on other plants like wheat,
of which the smut dust is tho seed.
Wheat in a bag In a barrel is so close
ly packed, that every kernel must,
at some points, touch other kernels
so closely as to prevent water pass
ing between, and if at this point there
is a smut seed kept from contact with
the water It would not be killed, It
there was a whole, unbroken ball "of
smut in the bag and tho water did
not permeate its center, there would
be live smut seeds In It which our
force feed drills would break and
scatter all along the tubes through
which tho seed wheat passes, which
would adhere to some of the kernels.
"I think It wise to procure seed
wheat clear of smut, rye, oats, cockle
or other foreign seeds, of which an
abundance can be procured In this
neighborhood at market price.
Uses No Fanning Mill.
"I seldom run my seed wheat
through a fanning mill, as they are
no seeds in It to take out, and by
stirring and skimming It I take out
tho white caps, etc., that interfere
with the drilling. One man can
vitriol and skim more wheat In this
way than he could cleau in 'a fanning
mill and more than ie could vitriol in
a barrel. So I find It c.eouo'hiiral mid
sure. It don't pay to raise smut. One
fourth smut on a 20 bushel crop
means a loss of fivj bushels per acre,
besides loss on the price oi the a.il-
ance, and dangers of explosions and
being disagreeable to work ln. It
easily represents a loss that takes
off all the profits, and sometimes
I believe If farmers would adopt
this method, keeping plenty of vitriol
In the bag ln the water and letting It
be In the water long enough to absorb
all the vitriol It could befoiio putting
in tho wheat, that we would not -hear
many, If any, complaints about smrit.
especially If you choose wheat for
seed that Is free from smut, although
I have got new seed that was smutty
twice from others and raised no smut
after treating It lu this manner be
It might be well to Immerse the I
bag in which you put your seed wheat
alter vitrlollng, ln vitriol water before
putting the wheat Into It, especially
if it is second hand for there may be
smut germs sticking to it"
Call Issued For November 18 and
The following call has been Issued
and a 111 be sent to all the public oftl
cers ln Oregon and to all persons In
tercsted In the Irrigation ot tho arid
lands In this state:
Oregon Irrigation Association.
At a meeting ln Portland of tho
Oregon delegates to the National It
rlgatlon Congress recently held at
Colorado Springs, Col., It was decided
to organize a Stato Irrigation Asro
elation. Officers were elected and lu
stmctcd to call a general meeting ot
delegates from all parts of tho stato
at as early a date as practicable nnd
m accordance the following omcial
call Is therefore Issued-
The first convention of the Oregon
Irrigation Asoclatlon will b.j held at
Portland November 18th and 19th,
commencing at 10 a. m
The convention will consider fully
all questions ln regard to irrigation
roresiry and colontmilon. an I It l
desired that all delegates come pre
pared to furnish full Information as
to the opportunities for the let-lama-
tlon of arid lands in their localities.
Newspapers of the state are urged
rb give publicity to this call and to
keep before the miters the inipoit-
ance of this convention.
The governor of Oregon, mayors of
cities, county courts and all organiza
tions entitled to appoint .lelog.itu a-e
urged to act promptly, and to select
men who are enthusiastic for the de
velopment of Oregon
The basis of representation in the
convention will be as follows.
Delegates to be named by the gov
ernor, 20 delegctes, ;md jne addition
al for every 2500 people or major frac
Boards of county commissioners 2
delegates; commercial associations,
2 delegates and one for each 30 mem
hers; Irrigation companies, 2 dele
gates; state university, 2 delegates:
state agricultural college, 2 delegates;
state experimental station, 2 dele
gates; all delegates from Oregon to
the Tenth National Irrigation con
gress. Ex-Officio Members.
The following are members by vir
tue of their respective offices: tho
governor, the secretary and treasurer
of the state of Oregon, the members
of the state board of agriculture, the
members of the state boadr ot hor
ticulture, the state biologist, the state
game and fish warden,, the state
Fish commissioner, the stato dairy
and food commissioner, the state vet
erinarian, the state land agent, United
States senators and representatives in
congress of the state of Oregon, coun
ty judges, county commissioners,
county surveyors, city engineers and
surveyors of incorporated cities, all
members of the National Irrigation
Association from Oregon ,tho gover-l.or-elect
of tho state of Oregon.
The Northern Pacific, Southern Pa
cific and Oregon Kallro.id ci Naviga
tion Companies have granted a rate
of one and one-third single fare for
this convention, delegates to purchase
one-way tickets, taking receipt there
for from issuing agent on regulat
form of certificate ln use for that pur
pose. The secretary of the associa
tion will endorse each certificate to
the effert that the l9l?,?H has bcf-n
In attendance, and tipon I'res.'ntitlon
of this document to the Portland
agent of either of the abovi-named
companies within 48 hourn niter' con
ventlon adjourns! return tickets will
be sold to destination at one-third
All delegates It ni Irrigation conv
panles to be under seal of corpora.
Address all communications regard
ing the i'onei:tinn lo
JAJIKS M. MOOKK. Secretary
Oregon Irrigation Association.
VAN DRAN BROS., Props.
The Best Hotel in Pendleton
and as good as any.
Headquarters for Traveling Men.
Commodious Sample Rooms.
Rates $2 & $2.50
Special rates by week or month.
Prompt Dlnlngroom Service.
Every Modern Convenience.
Bar and billiard room in connection
Only Three Blocks from Depot.
GOLDEN RULE HOTEL
Corner Court and Johnson Streets ,
HEATED BY STEAA1
LIGHTED BY ELECTRICITY
Aiiioi lcuii I'Inii, rat cm 1 'J r, toV!.OU
Euroicuu l'luli. Oc, "So, SI.OO,
Hpecltil rHtcH liy week or month.
Free 'bus meets all trains
Commercial trade solicited
Fine sample rooms
Special Attention (liven Country Trade
CORNER MAIN AND WEBB STS,
EX-SHERIFF TO PRISON.
Found Guilty of Defalcation ln Office
Must Go to Penitentiary and Pay
Lakevlew, Ore., Oct. 31. A. J. Niel
on exBherifT and tax collector of
Lake county, who was found guilty ot
defalcation by a Jury at tho May term
of court, was sentenced Saturday to
four years in the penitentiary and or
dered to pay a $0000 fine, to cover the
amount of the defalcation. M tho
hour of pausing sentence the court
loom wag crowded, as this was a case
of extreme interest to tho people of
Lake county. Nollon has many friends
in the county, was a democratic sher
iff, and his case was deftly handled
by counsel. Much sympathy Is felt
for the accubed, as he was well liked,
nnd his family is one of the most
prominent In the county. Judge Dun
ton passed sentence. Attorneys foi
Nellou appealed to the supreme court
on a certificate ot probable cause
Pending the action of the supreme
court, Nellon Is in charge of tho sher
iff. At the same time the caso of Lake
county vs. tho bondsmen of A. J.
Nellon was called; motion for a
change of venue was asked for ana
granted on tho ground that no tax
payer was eligible to sit on tho Jury
In that case. The case -will bo sent to
Judgo Ilanna, of Jackson county, for
(rial,-ami will probably bo called In
That EVENING or
Should be made according
to the latest fashions, and
should be a perfect fit. We
make a specialty of making
nobby dresses, for swell social
functions. Art enters into
our work. Bear in mind wo
do all kinds of dressmaking
on snort notice.
CLOAK, SUIT AND
63 MAIN STREET
ED. EBEN, Propr.
L t t I
Are You Looking for a
Home orQood Investment?
6-10 acre, Stock "or Dairy Farm, all
dark rich soil; 600 acres oxoellout
timothy meadow; balance lu open
timber for wood or lumber nnd saw
mill near; two springs and cieek; gov
ernment laud Joining; fences house and
barn; postoftlco and Hchool one-half
mile. Price $10 per acre.
ICO ucrea, Stock Ranch, live and one
half miles from Pendleton; creek runs
acrora; 60 acres Irrigating land; in all,
100 acres for grain. With smull outlay
an oxeelleut ratm Prlee. i'2V().
600 acrt, Stock and Wheat Farm ou
Hlrch creek 10 miles from I'endleton;
70 acreu alfalfa laud; 300 acres summer
fallow; 100 acres pasture; 6 acrea excel
lent orchard; good sprlug, cellar, apple
cellar; six loom bonne and bam; pleaa
mt home. t0300.
A new grocery store, 2 lot, llxttires,
fresh stock, lu all, oont $2600; will sell
for $1800. A great saorltloe.
N. T. CONKLIN.
Ofllce hi rostolllce.
I invite you to come and
see me when you need
groceries or baking, I
have purchased the Rei
man Grocery and Dakery
at 636 Main street where
I will conduct a strictly
cash grocery. My plan
will be to give you more
for your money than you
can get elsewhere because
I will give tho cash pat
rons the benefit of my
saving on bad dubts,
CASH QR0CERY AND BAKERY
GEO. DARVEAU, Prop.
Block and a half from depot.
Sample room in connection.
50o, 75o, $1.00
American l'luli, ii ixrr (lav uud uuwanl.
llca!uuartcr for tourists ami cummeri-fal irav.
tiers, bcll rates made to families and single
gentlemen, 'flic management wilt be pleased
at alUiruts to show rooms aud giie prices. A
modern Turkish bath esUlillsUmeut lu I lie, hotel.
11 v.- iiMWHKB, Manager.
Babbitt Metal, bet In the world, In
bars. Price 11 per bar. at the Eajt
First ulosa work. All kluili of rsi
Tinning Kverythlng In tne
Hue of repairing and now
work done promptly and satisfactorily.
B. P. BECK,
214 Court St, Phono Uluok 44
BT17RDIVANT JIItOH,, Proj.
Bug leaves: Pendleton dallr , eic.pt Bao4tf s.
.in, niiifuiuiHii iuu ,nirinejiai0 poiBie,
nMs, ,11 J'lioi IfcOCI, 7MJJ IlOl BOCg ADQ
tint Hack and r.
turn. il.tSl Ta Ms., f I 9ft Hn 11,4 im,. .1,
To Hldf , 11 761 to Rldie and return, tt toi
All. 11.33! to Alba and f. turn. II mi To Iftlsk
U. 60J to Uklah and reluru, $1.00.
Of Nee In Golden Ride Hotel, Fendleto
Unrmon Hlkhnna PI 1 1 Lai Lcca 1a uj at aii i. iLa ir..Ura .i Uotuk
Cburcfa turf Uif iMUhi fvtuirci tum tb wU cum U pU u yuujv twUia Uut iltuu
POtpncy. Lost Power. Nlght"Lot, Bprmtitorrhoq Inftomnla. Pains
rnBacKiCvll pttfllrek. 6mfnql 4rti(lonL Lum UaoX, narvoj D
or Canstl notion bton Ou ckniii'Af Uls ffll chufff. Htnot Ndf'
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SOLD BY TALXMAN A COH DRUGGISTS, PENDLETON, OREQON.