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1IKXTIST OITICE IN
Tlone nil n
rrvTisT nrricn IN AS-
fcionr Sclinililiv new drup
i.ivit.'llANK OP ATHHNA
Mill. f.iM'ti'i huiiium uuu
Interest on time deposits.
iflui urnl (lnrai'itli evcnniiK'j
limpllr atlenilen' to. Henry
ttildent T J Kirk, vlce-presl-I
Rurnelt, cashier V S. I.e-
rats' HANK OP WP.STON.
puj. liite h cenerai imiiK
Kirhnnse hmisht mill sold
Inmmollv alten.'ocl to. K
ildent iforr iTiieuwi1!,
J. K. Kllsore cashier: dl-
1 Ilnrtnun, M M .lolins, T.
I T Gran-. J I Kilcore. Hubert
MIETOV SAVINOS HANK,
' ilreson. urcaiuzeil Mnrcli -1,
nl WW surplus. $00,000;
liirej on time i!ii)Hlts. Kx-
r;S! mil hhiiI mi all prluclpni
ittentlon elven to col.
J KornMi, president : .1. N.
'Mit, T .1 Morrli, casliler ;
lafj" aslNtiint cnshler
iTHlN'.tl. HAN'h OP PHNDI.H-
(!til. J70,HH surplus, yn.i.ooo.
i (eierjl MnkltlL' business. I;x--!
tdejrsplilc transfers sold on
rrinr sm, p ork and
llntiln the Northwest, Drafts
hlni, Japan ami P.uropc. Makes
In reasonable terms. Levi An
Kit W T Matlock, vlce-nresl
! WaJt1. caahler II F. Johnson
MAX. U:.niM; PHOTOGRA
1!a clljr Hurvest views. III
for ale Kinlshlni' done for
lllaln St, near brldce. 'Phone
FECTS AND BUILDERS.
:n Aueunr.cT and sit-
1 niHkes eomoWte mid relln
kiilldinin In the dty or conn
7 .tuili! iMilWhiE
l COI.K rO.TI!A(TI)l!X AND
Estlmnlcs funilslieil on short
i ork n specialty Prompt
M on III ft' street near Main.
:. CfiNTItACTOI! AND Ilt'lLD-
u!n furnhlied on nil kinds
I (tment nnlks, stone walls, etc.
iitKa't OriwHiInn office.
S. ARCHITECT AND SIT.
Room 1T Association
. I'USTEUINO AND CE-
nalks a spec alt.v. Es-
I free. Work uiiat-iinteed.
ataAIPY Otiil f7oliiiAi.'a nliriii
Pk-F 0. box 10)
Vlcr i Tvn-ivw-ii'rn it i
.land officii bus
ZS""' n''' Initiating
15 l' S LAND COM
I made of laud tilings
J nd collections. Of
"f. room in.
t. Mf'U IVD lfifV
Kfr'n.' J,cKa. Props. Call
w the hack will call for
pmt "ln in trout or
1SKW A VI klli lMI a
. Call and sen him.
IS DRAI.Rit tv rr
Ux " anything yon
hull. ...."Pd-lmnil furniture.
i, Ko 5i"rl "-rocHery .call and
' '12 Court lr.,..l
NO SHOE REPAIRING.
nratrlaL " '"'I'lAllljH
I tfr,.l. ""e1-lwABS RltOP!.
AND TRADES. ALrHABETICALLV ARRANGED.
i .matii.IiA thnt. no. ur. k. o. t m
Meets III Secret Society tin 11 . second and
iciirin iiiesdays in each ranntli All visit
Inc Sir Knlshta cordially Invited. J S.
Iveifi. Hecoril Keeper; K. H. Estabrook,
I'i:nii.i:to l.oixii:. no. r.2. a. k ani
JV. M., meets first and tlilrd Mondays or
each mnntii. laiting inetlircn welcome.
T. J. Tweedy, XV. M. ; Joe II. I'arkes, Sec
I'HNMH.KTON CHAITKH, NO, 28 t7 C
Taylor, II I' V. F. Wamsley, secretary,
meeis Heconti ami rnurin lTidays or eacn
nionui in winsome linn.
DAMON I.0I10H. NO. 4. KNIOIIT 01'
I'ythlas. I,. XV. Held. C. C. : It. V
I'letclier, K of It. and S. Meets every
Monday In Secret Society hall.
MOIUIIIN WOOMKN OF AMKMCA.
Tiltnllla ("amp, No. farm. Meets first
and till nl Mondays or each month at 0K
Kellmva' hall. Heorce A Hamblln, Con
stil : . A. Ilobblns, Clerk.
woodmdn or Tin: would ueoui.au
meetlnirs of Pendleton Camp, No. 41, W.
of XV. are held In Secret Society hall every
Sntuiilay evening. Vlsltlnc nelBhhors are
nlwnys welcome. J, IV Walker, Clerk A.
.1 Owen, C. C.
MAPLP, IIUOS.. COHItT STRKKT, LA
lov block. Hlectrlclans, dealers In el"C.
trlcal supplies. Houses, stores, wired for
electric llirlits, hells- or telephones. Elec
trical fixtures of nil kinds. (et our prices.
itepiur work a specialty.
BLACKSMITH I NG.
COPF.LAND 4 SON I-'OIt WHRAT RACKS.
Cheapest and best In town, 314 Webb St
LIVERY AND FEED STABLES.
TUB OLD SHMI'LK FKHD YARD, 72,'!
Cottonwood street. Lindsay S, Doty
props. Livery, feed and sale stable. Sad
dle horses at all times. Horses for sale.
rhono red 41.
COMMERCIAL STAHLHS, (i. M. FROOMK
Prop. I.Uery, feed and boardlnjr. All
kinds of turnouts. Competent drivers. Op.
poslte Hotel Pendleton. 'Phone main 101.
Oltr.OON PKKD YARD. XV. T. IIOYNTON
prop. Special care clven to horses left
with me. Lower Wcbh street 'Phone
t ell 204.
BOARD AND LODGING.
Till-: WIIITH LODCINO IIOHSF,, 301
South Main street M. T Ilradley, prop
Hoiisckeeplni; rooms and lodeliiR rooms.
Onral conifortnble rooms and clean, well
kept beds. Lmlulne 2.i cents.
lOMPIIti: LODGING HOUSE. CORNER 01-
II. Court and Johnson streets. Good
lare. clean rooms with conifortnble bed.
Itntes 2."lc and BOc a nlRht. Thos. Smart,
IOTEL ALTA. CORNER ALT A AND
.Mill streets. Hoard by the day or week,
,ood table set. nates 4 and . per weeu
'endleton Iced lard In connection. I,
ITRNISIIED ROOMS FOR RENT. TERM
reasonable, at i02 Water St., 'Phone red
LOST LADY'S TAN COLORED I't'RSE. CON
talnliiE; s ?mall anrTiint of money. Silver
initial on side. Liberal reward to finder
by returning ame to h.at oregonmn oftiee.
- FOR RENT.
FOR RENT -STORE-ROOM OX COTTON
woihI street. Enquire of Chris. Ranley.
WANTKIi SIXTY TONS OF CI.KAN WHEAT
hay. r. r. Collier & i o. office (HO Mum st.
WANTED THREE OR FOl'R HNFI'R-
ulshed rooms for light housekeeping. Ad
dress F M care East Oregonmn,
IN POUND THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED
animal has been taken up by the marshal of
tno i;uv ni renaieion, io-wu: one s"rrei geld
ing, white strip In face, weight about Snc
Dounds ase t Tears, uo brtid visible If said
animal Is not claimed by the owner or those
entitled to the possession ot it, covis ana ex.
Denies aralnit it cald and it taken awav with
In ten days fr m the date hereof, then at 2 o'
clock o. m. of the 2'ith dav o! November. liXW.
the said animal will be sold to the higbevt
bidder, at public auct on. for oasb, at the city
pound, on the corner of Cottonwood and Webb
streets In 'aldCltyof Pendleton, the proceeds
ot such 88li to bo applied to the payment of
sucn co' is and expenses oi maKing sale, iMtea
SS. this 14th day of November, 1902.
- ' J A, Blakely, City Marsha'
IN POUND THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED
a' Imals have been taken up by the marshal of
me tJiiy oi i-enuieion, to wu: une wnite
mare, weight 900 pounds, traudedhaton left
hip. If said animals are no' claimed
by the owners or those entitled to
the possession of them, costs aud expenses
against them p ildand them taken away within
ten days from the date hereof, then at 2 o'clock
p.m. of the Will day of Movomber, 11W-'. the
said animal will bo sold to the highest bidder,
at public auction, for cash, at the city pound,
on the corner of Cottonwood and Webb streets,
In said city of Pendleton, the proceeds of such
sale to be applied to the payment of such
costs and expenses of making sale. Dated this
19th day of Nov., 1902. J, A. Blakley City
Let Us Do
We do trucking and hauling
of all description at reason
Your horses will be well cared
for if taken to the Old Dutch
Henry Feed Yard, corner
West Alta and Lillith streets.
Hay, grain and all kinds of
feed bought and sold.
Horses for sale at all times.
WILLIAM CONNERLEY, Prop.,-
Successtor to Hays.& Connerley.
Bf-'Jl- V . , s. .1
S. I liiukcd at th. ce. ttst hat
H- Humph' n't tint a c od
ANNUAL MEETING DISCUSSES
MANY IMPORTANT CHANGES.
President Clelland Calls the Associa
tion to Order With Very Light At
tendance. Portland. Nov. 19. The Oregon
Bar Association Is now In session in
this city. Owing to the absorbing in
terest of the Irrigation convention, a
very light attendance was present
when Judge Clelland, president of
the association, called the meeting to
order. However, an interesting ses
sion has been held, and many import
ant changes in the code of practice
will be recommended.
The following members are pres
ent: Charles B. Bellinger, George E.
Chamberlain, J. B. Cleland, F. D.
Chamberlain, C. A. Dolph, R. R. Dunl
way. A, F. Flegel, W. M. Gregory, W.
C. Johnson, C. E.'LocUwood, W. Y.
Masters, O. F. Paxton, C. J. Schana
bel, T. V. Vreeland. A. P. Tifft, O. J.
Kraemer, V. U. Willis and W. B.
Thomas. Many more came in after
the session was called to order.
The first thing to come up before
the meeting was the roll call, which
showed a great many absent. The
following applications for member
ship were read: Frank S. Grant, C.
U. Gantenbein, Fred W. Mulkey, John
V. Henderson and E. Wilson, which
were referred to the membership
The report of the executive com
mittee was read. It Is very extensive
and deals with numerous important
questions to be considered. Chair
man F. D. Chamberlain, of the griev
ance committee, made a lengthy re
port to the meeting, the following be
ing the principal theme discussed:
"The case against Henry St Hay-
ner, ror unprofessional conduct in al
tering a transcript, has been heard
and determined by the supreme court
and the defendant disbarred.
"The case against Henry C. East-
ham is now pending before the su
preme court, the evidence has been
taken and the qase will probably be
heard in the near future.
"In this case, the complaining wit
ness, notwithstanding he was duly
subpoenaed, and his witness fees
paid, and notwithstanding the referee
and the committee's attorney traveled
to Baker City to take his testimony,
failed to appear at the appointed time
and kept out of town until the referee 1
- tr.,si u v ; -at
and the attorney had departed. It isirvirs. reamans
fivlileiit thnt thfi comulalninir witness I Year on the
and the defendant came to a satlsfac-
tnt'v cittliiionf without tnlnnir thft f
minnilllon Intn tliol mh fl(!,nr"P
"Tim nttnmnv fn.- rha rnmmlttpe. i
HAS IT EVER OCClUtED
TO YOU THAT
is only a few Uys alio ,d of us and it
ls time to prepare for the time hon
ored feastr This ls only a timely
lemlnder. Do you need auythlng
in our line? Corn fad Turkeys,
youcg, Juicy and palatable. The
little porker, prepared for the oven.
Docks, geese and chickens of every
degree. Fresh meats of every de
scription. Fish ot all kinds. In
fact anything you need In the meat
line to make your dinner complete
C O U It
r s y it k e t
j Ho user's Old Stand
; T, f..'i
tiki. -s i ! a
toilay for only lv,einj dollaral
ih - il for looking at a hat 7
Vl'ltt, POmtnAtlllalltA nnal liou Inl.nn
j ' - -. . wu.uu.v..v.uw,u .VUI. ill-. Kind
steps in the supreme court to have
I tllO ll-ltnooo minlaliml fr nnnlAmnl
and the committee wish the undertak
ing all possible success."
The committee recommended thnt
no member outside of Portland should
be appointed as a member of the
grievance committee and that the
term of office of this committee
should be extended to two years,
HONORS GENERAL WRIGHT.
Memphis in Gala Attire President
Roosevelt Delivers Address Grand
Memphis, Tenn., Nov. 19. General
Luke E. Wright, vice-governor of the
Philippines was honored by his home
city today. President Roosevelt and
many other noted guests took part In
the program and the occasion was one
of the most notable in the recent ills
tory of Memphis. Residences and bus
iness houses were gay with bunting,
the streets were jammed with people
wearing Wright buttons and Wright
badges during the entire day, and ill
business was generally suspended
pursuant to a proclamation of the
mayor. General Wright was escort
ed to the city hall and welcomed by
hundreds of the. most prominent clti
zens of Memphis. In company with
President Roosevelt, Secretary Cor-
telyou, President Stuyvesant Fish ol
the Illinois Central railroad and nunv
erous other visitors of prominence,
General Wright reviewed a procession
composed of all the military organlza
tions and numerous civic societies of
Memphis and vicinity. When the pa
rade had passed Chairman Crawford
of the general reception committee
presented to Gen. Wright resolutions
commending his conduct in the Phil
ippines. Gen. Wright accepted in a
speech full of gratitude. Preslde.it
Roosevelt delivered a brief public ad
dress expressing the nation's appre
ciation of Gen. Wright's services.
The festivities In honor of Gen,
Wright conclude tonight with a grand
banquet, which promises to bo an af
fair of unusual note. In addition tJ
the president and Gen. Wright, the in
lted guests include Senator Bev-
erldge, of Indiana, Archbishop Ireland
of St. Paul, Mellville B. Stone, of New
York, and other men of national prom
inence. Immediately after the func
tion Is concluded President Roosevelt
and party will leave the city by a
clal train for Washington.
A VETERAN ACTRESS.
Celebrates Her 57th
Stage Given a Bene
?W XOrK, XOV, IV. flirS. AllUie
eamans, the veteran actress, wno i
playing a leading role at the Casino,
.today celebrated her sixty-seventh
uiitiiuay anu ine nity-seveiiiii year oj
her appearance on the stage. Her
many friends in and out of the profes
sion remembered the anlversary by
arranging a benefit performance and
at the matinee at the Casino today
the venerable player found her dress
ing room banked high with floral
tributes from her innumerable friends
and admirers. There are but one or
two actresses of any note on the
American stage who are older than
Mrs. Veamaus and none who have
had a longer or more varied theatrical
career, Horn In the Isle of Man of
Manx and Welsh parentage she waH
taken, when a baby, to Australia and
in that far-off land Bho made her stage
debut. When still .quite young she
joined a circus and in the next few
years went on a trip around the world
with the show. When the circus
stranded In Shanghai, Mrs. Yeamars
got together a few of the performers
and they toured through all the possi
ble parts of China. Subsequently she
appeared In Singapore, Java and the
chief cities of Japan. In 18C8 she
came to the United States and settled
tn New York. During hor 30 odd
years' residence In this country she
has visited all the leading titles and
been identified with many theatrical
and Union Pacific
cxriKT Tims Scluvliilo aiiiti
roa From l'ouillotoii ro
Chicago- Salt Lake, DeoTer. Ft.
Portland Worth, Omaha, Kan
Special sas City, St. Uiul, dsOa.ra
Sp.ra. Chicago ami Kail
ington Atlantic fait Lake, Denver. X
Express Worth, Omaha. Kan-
Sltta m. sas City, 81. Umll, 11:10 n. ra
via Hunt- Chicago and East.
st p.ni I Walla Walla.Lewlston,
Fast MaII Spokane, Wallace,
JVsara Pullman, Mlnneapo
Si. , Hs.St. Paul, Dnluth, la,f''
Sjikane, , chlcRg0
Ocean and River Schedule.
All sailing dates ub-
8P'' FoerCi,,n0Frb,nncreo W
Ball every 5 days.
Su& C""" Krrer :00pB1
80 p m. To Astoria and Way Sunday
Saturday I andlugi.
10:00 p m.
Boats leave Portland dally, except Bnnday
(stage of water permitting) for Willamette and
Yamhill ft! tit points.
j . Um
Klparla . Snake Rlrer LewlsUis
45a.m. ! Rlparia to Lewlslon 70a. m
Excpt Mon i Kxept ,Mo
?. F. WAMSLEY, Agent, Pendleton.
Pullman Sleeping Cars,
Elegaut Dining Grs,
Tourist Sleeping Qirs.
r sr. Paul
TO i GRAND FORK!
THROUGH TICKETS TO
and all points East aud South
fhronrh tlcketa to JaDn and Oh I
Taooma and Northern Pacific Steamsl
Pacific Steamship Co
and American line,
Trains leaie Pendleton dallr axcent Bundai
at 7 MO p. m.
For farther Information, time cards, map.
and tickets, call on or write W. Adams, Pen
dleton, Oregon, or A. D. CHAKLTON
Cairo ana Mormon bis., rortitna. or
Chicago, St. Paul, Ht. Loula, Kan
sas City, Bt. Joe, Omaha, and
All Points East and Sooth
Portland and points
on the Sound
Leave Pendleton, dally except Sundays ai
f SW. pm.
Arrive Pendleton Monday, Wednesday anf
Arrive I'endleton Tueidav. Thursday and
Saturday fl 28 am,
iMre Walla Walla dally, east bound, lUiO pa.
Arrive Walla Walla dally, west bound, H:5 an
For I nf urination rrrardlnr rates and aeooas
modatlons, call on or address
w. Susan, akwji,
8. B, CALDKBIIEAD, O, 1'. A.,
walla walla, waan.
STUItDIVANT BIIOS,, I'rui.
Bum leave Pendleton dally. XLept Bandars.
at 7 a. m., for Uklah and Intermediate point
Kates: to mot noca, 7do i iioi noca ana ra
turn. tl.SSl To Nye. 11.28. Kra and retarn.M:
To Kldce, 11.781 to Ktd and return, tl Wj Ta
Alba. 12.26! to Alba and return. (1.001 To Uklas
ti.to; to Uklab and return, M W.
Office In Golden Rule Hotel, I'endleton
Mormon Blshoo Pill
rrsal. SUmuUtcx lh Uti a&4 Mf. tcuutu kjc. a Ui,
tmLuli. iu t uut. cimU in Addres.
SOLD BY TALLMAN & CO., DRUQQI8T8, PENDLETON, ORROON.
VAN DRAN BROS., Props.
The Best Hotel in Pendleton
ami as kooJ a any.
Headquarters for Traveling Men.
Commodious Sample Rooms.
Rates $2 & $2.50
Special rates by week or month,
Prompt DlniiiKroom Servlco.
Rvcry Modern Convenience.
Bar and billiard room in comiuotion
Only Three Blocks from Depot.
GOLDEN RULE HOTEL
Corner Court and Johnson Sliti l.,
M. F. Kolly, Proprlotor.
HEATED HY STEAM
LIGHTED HY ELECTIIICITY
Aliiiii-lciiii l'liiii, l ull". I '!. toVJ.OO
pur I u v.
Ktu-ltli I'liin, .Klc. 7 fill, M.OO.
HiH'i'liil i-iit.-M liy wiMik or iiiiintli.
Free 'bus meets nil tralnsi
Commercial trade solicited
I'lttc Mnmple roonit
.Special AKenliuii (liven Country Trade
CORNER MAIN AND WEBB STS.
0E0. DARVEAU, Prop.
Ulock and a half from depot.
Sample room In connection.
ROOM RATE 50o, 75o, $1.00
American I'lau. ft vrr day and uuward.
Ifcadouaiters for louriU and coiiimriclal trav
elers, tiptrial rates made to famlllta and slul
keulleuicu The iiiauaifcnitnt will be iilcasVJ
at all tlmta to abow rooms and give prucs. A
nioacrn juraisu iaiiiciauiinniciiiin inc hotel,
II c uuwiiKh, a!aiu-cr.
Babbitt MeUI, best In th world. In
hart. Price $1 per bar, at the Eat
n u M ' s u sWj u if-, mwiwi
i to ft swliir w-ii, A k,'Ihm, Iwi4
atlaliou Itornady bo., Ban rtunclaoo. OmU
wee am wmn t in 04 ni rvMisT
VftAs't "v'r-fe' lull fe.,riCaL