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AND TRADES. ALFHABETICALLY ARRANGED.
COUNT SIX AVERAGE
1 time 16c
2 time 20c
1 week 30c
WORDS TO THE LI E.
1 time .. 29c
2 times SOe
1 week 46c
S l3,u",r. 10 to 13 .
. os an.
HI6- " pe trouDies. catar-
. . nivno. OFFICR OVKR
ufiTB tn Rank. Teleptione
ITlhonet Mam jwji.
. . - trnltfrtlllTniP
.-.rt II II.. nunruiniw
lT'i,i..-. main 031 : rent
UMATILLA TENT, NO. 27. K. O. T. M.
Meets In Secret Society nail, second and
fourth Tuesdays In each month. All visit
Ing Sir KnlRhts cordially Invited, J. S.
Kees, Itecord Keeper; H. D. Kstabrook
PENDLETON LODGE, NO. 02, A. F. AND
A. M., meets first and third Mondays of
each month. Visiting brethren welcome.
T. J, Tweedy, W. M. ; Joe IT. Park.es, Sec.
, Specialties, eye. ear, noae
nJlre hi Savinirs IlnnR nuun-
nnc one uiock ui c"".
.... nlFVamrAV Ar RTTR.
rf :jj Detrain bit, rnone oisck 131
. m.AK-risr.EE. cnnoNic
I1'.. .n.,l- .nma. fflln fltlfl
jom omnium, -
... fiirire iihone main T21 : lies,
nrCIUK. IlKNTIST. OFFICN IN
IdMlM. 'rnone rru ii
"ilKX, DENTIST, OFFICE IN AS
Hrhmldt's dew druir
Ttone red :ii
BANKS AND BROKERS.
IMOO. Interest ou time deposits.
In for-hm ana domestic ercnange
E, L lisriiett. cashier; F, S, Le-
PENDLETON CIIAPTER, NO. 28 T. C.
Taylor, II. P., F. F. Wamsley. secretary,
meets Becond and fourth Fridays of each
month in Masonic hail.
DAMON LODGE. NO. 4. KNIGHT OF
Pvthlaa. L. W Held. C. C: U. V,
Fletcher, K. of It. and S. Meets every
Monday In secret society nail.
MODERN WOOMEN OF AMERICA.
Tutullla Camp, No. 031m, Meets first
and third Mondays of each month at Odd
Fellows' hall. George A llamulin, Con
sul ; u. A. Iioublns, Cleric.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD REGULAR
meetings of Pendleton Camp. No. 41, YV
of W. are held In Secret Society hall every
Saturday evening. Visiting neighbors are
nlwnys welcome. .1. t' nmer, Cleric, A.
J Owen, C. C.
MAPLE nitOS.. COURT STREET. LA
Dow block. Electricians, dealers In elec
trical supplies. Houses, stores, wired for
electric lights, bells or telephones. Elec
trical fixtures of all kinds. Get our prices.
Repair work a specialty.
COPELAND 4: SON FOR WnEAT RACKS.
Cheapest and best In town, 314 Webb St.
... n .. ti... - ....... i v.. t
nrjf prooiiiw.T micuut-u lu. ...
president : nenrge yv. jToensrei.
(I... T ,, fl I ..n,l.. . .11
. C. A nnrtman. M. M. Johns, T.
a. u. ii i lucm.c.
PENDLETON' SAVINGS HANK,
uruiu. inrtiiui. uiKau am ainn.u
Capital. f.iO.000; surplus, J90.000;
sllnwcii on time deposits. ei-
boushl and koIM on all principal
special attention given to coi
fl" 1 Furnish, president : J. N. ',
tlcepresliient T. J. MorriR, cashier ;
Miwner aslMnnt cashier.
LIVERY AND FEED STABLES.
THE OLD SEMPLK FEED YARD, 72-J
Cottonwood street. Lindsay & Doty
props. Livery, feed and sale stable. Sad
dle horses at all times. Horses for sale.
Phone red 41,
COMMERCIAL STA11LF.S. G. M. FUOOME
Prop. Livery, feed and boarding. All
hinds of turnouts. Competent drivers. Op.
poslte notel Pendleton. Phone main 101
Extra lines: 10 cent each a week; 25 cent line per month.
.7 wed Ioe your wife evr lose he- mper?
iildwed Sure. Jnu she nlwavs ilpds It tutain.
OREGON FEED YARD. W. T. ItOY.NTON
prop. Special care given to horses left
with .nif. Lower Webb street. 'Piione
red 204. ft
BOARD AND LODGING.
THE' WHITE LODGING HOUSE. 301
South Main street. M. T. Itradley, prop.
Housekeeping rooms and lodging rooms.
Good comfortable rooms and clean, well'
kept beds. Lodging 2R cents.
XATI0NAI RANK OF PENDLE-
Canltal, $70,000: surplus, 03,000.
ua leiegrapnic transrers soin ou
v. fun r runriRra. npw urn umi
r, I In 1. .. TT, Tin
(.i "jiiun in ,ii niiiiuiiraii ...a, to
cn i nina. .innnn ana riurone. mbrwi
prniOirt W F. Matlock, vlce-pres!
C P. Wde. rnihler : n. F. Johnson,
ESIPIRE LODGING HOUSE, CORNER OF
E. Court and Johnson streets. Good
large, rleun rooms with comfortable beds
Rates 2,"c and ."0c a night. Thos. Smart,
HOWAKD. ARCHITECT AND 8U-
Eoom 17 J add building.
HOTEL ALTA. CORNER ALTA AND
JIII1 streets. Hoard by the day or week.
tjoort tame set, Kates 4 and ri per weeic
Pendleton Feed Yard In connection. L,
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT. TERM
reasonable, at f02 Water .St., 'Phone red
THE STRAHON ROOMING HOL'SE CIS MAIN
street. Mrs H. E Coop.r. Prop Eventh nu
new and strictly tint class. Rites 2fe, ,"0c and
1 per day.
jod i orK a specialty. iTompi
Shop on niulf street near Main.
KAY CON'TRATOR AND P.UILD-
MliuateK urniilied on ail kinds
TPrtrTXM v a i?ptf itl'pt ivn rr.
HILAR, PLASTERING AND CE-
rement walks a sneclaltv. Es-
Tenllheil fii.n (.nni-antMil
lit nsiller and 7pihipp'r elirar
-Jifi.. i it. nnx ill.
-1 1 1 o mi u ourruii-o,
"JiLL. fiPOICANIl. WASH
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- iitihi it. rcumnuu.
. i ill.. r.rn.,r.i.ir.
"".itr I' M, i .i i.t.
U''Jli. Rhrin In nitlno..
GEORGE O'DANIEL, NEW AND SECOND
hand gooda bought and sold. Court St.,
Opera house block. Call and see him..
V STROIILK, DEALER IN 8ECOND
hand goods. If there Is anything yon
need In new or second-hand furniture,
stoves, granite ware aud crockery .call and
get his prices, No. 212 Court street.
Despain & Clark
Office in E. O. Building
We have space in our fire and
frost proof warehouse for
rent. Call on us for prices.
Weare prepared to supply
the retail trade with oranges,
lemons, onions, potatoes, ba
nanas and fruits and vegeta
bles of all kinds.
Come, Get Out Quotations
THE FOREST FIRES.
aged. Particularly docs this apply to
northeastern slopes, where the force
of the wind was greatest.
Recapitulation of Losses,
Farm property, exclusive of
timber $ 315,000
Schoolhouses and churches 35,000
Sawmills and and manufac
tured forest products 149,000
No Bad Debts
Are contracted by our system
of doing business for we sell
for cash and give our custo
mers the benefit of our saving
from loss. More fresh, first
class groceries for your money
than any other store in Pen
ton. Our stock is all fresh.
New goods arriving daily
Miller Grocery Co.
CASH GROCERY AND BAKERY
INSURANCE & LAND BUSINESS.
JOE II. PARKES, OFFICE COTTONWOOD
St. Opera house block stand office bus
iness, such as Sling of claims and Initiating
rontests a specialty.
JOHN HAILEY, .Tl!.7l. S, LAND COM-ralhsloner-
-Specialty made of land Slings
nud proof! insurance and collections. Of
tloe In Judd building, room xu.
W. S. ISOW.MAN. LEADING I'HOTOGRA
pher of the city. Harvest views, In
fllflii nliiitiB flip enlo Plnlelilniv rinnn fnr
I amateurs Main St., near bridge. Tlione
"WON FIRST-CLASS SHOE-
T Via tonal .... . i i .
- Ljiiuij ii i Alia ou
CAM AND CARRIAGES.
f Con,;,","'i:' crvny. props, can
n mi .j . . .
Stand In front of
NEW TONSORIAL I'AKLORB, COURT ST
Three doon west of Golden Rule Hotel. J
H. Pace, Prop. First clan Workmen, every'
uung cieati, an modern improve'! unu.
In addition to the fires In Multno
mah and Cackamas counties there
were also severe forest fires In Tllla
mool:, Denton. L.ine, Marlon anil
Clatsop counties. The damage by
these fires to timber and other prop
erty Is estimated at $955,000, making
a total of $3,910,000 lost in Oregon.
While there Is some government
land and 'much that Is owned by the
state in the burned region, these
heavy losses fall chiefly upon small
Causes of the Fires.
A singular chain of circumstances
combined to make the fires so de
structive. Not only was the summer very dry,
but the two preceding summers were
wet in May and June, thus" Interfer
ing with the burning of slashings and
allowing an unusual amount of debris
to accumulate. In the early part of
September Uie wind blew from the
east most of the time. An east wind
alter it gets west of the Cascades,
is ready to absorb almost any quanti
ty of moisture, so that the forest was
soon in the condition of tinder. The
most direct cause was carelessness.
This is shown distinctly by the fact
that practically no damage was done
in the Cascade forest reserve, which
Is patrolled by forest rangers. In
many Instances the fires smouldered
for considerable periods without at
tracting attention, and this in the
lace of the fact that the past Beason
has been one particularly favorabla
to forest fires.
Many blazes started fiom the unex'
tlnguished camp fires of berry pick
ers or hunters; others resulted from
careless miming ol slashings; one
was known to have originated from
locomotive sparks. With the excep
tion of this cas3, reasonable preoau
tion on the part of Individuals would
have prevented the loss of millions
In the opinion of Mr. Cox, after
tracing many of the fires to the orl
gin, the most of them could have been
extinguished beioie they became sell
ous. The lesson taught is had there
been an efficient system of forest pa
trol in tucse localities It is doubtful
If any very serious fllves would havo
FOR RENT STORB-nOOM ON COTTON,
wood street Enquire of Chris, Ranter.
IN I'OUND-THK FOLLOWING DKSCRIBKI)
animal has been taken up by the nitrihal ol
the City ol Pendleton, to-wli: One t'rrl geld
ing, white strip In lace, welcht about W0
pounds aga 4 years, no bnnd visible. It td
animal Ii not claimed by the owner or those
entitled to the poelon ot It. cnti and ex
penses f almt it paid and It taken away with,
in ten days (rem the date hereof, then at 3 n'
clock p. m. of the Zlh day ol November, 1WJ,
the said animal will be sold to the hlgheit
bidder, at public anct on. (or uh, at the city
pound, on thecoraer ot Cottonwood and Webb
streets In said City of Pendleton, the proceed!
ot such sal to be applied to the payment of
such rotti and expenses of making salo. Dated
this I th day of November, l'.w.
' J. A, BUkely, CltyMsrups'.
IN POUND THE FOLLOWING DK8CRH1KD
animals have been taken mi br tho marshal ol
the City of Pendleton, to wit: One white
mare, weight Srt) pounds, trandrdhaton left
hip. If said animals aro not claimed
by the owners or those entitled to
the possession of them, costs and oiprmes
ngalmt them pafdand them taken away within
ten days from the date hereof, then at i o'clock
p.m. of the 291 h day of Movamber. 1IW1. the
aid animal will be sold to the highest bidder.
Mi f'MUiiti auviiuii, nil u n. tuu viij vginn
on the corner of Cottonwood and Webb streets,
in laid city of Pendleton, the proceeds or surh
sale to be nnDlled to the pnvment ot such
coats and expensesof tnaklngsale, Itatedthli
19th day ol Nov., l'JM. J, A, lllakley City
VAN DRAN BROS., Props.
The Best Hotel tn Pendleton
and a good as any.
IN POUND-THE FOLLOWING 1IESCRI1IKD
animals bare been taken up by the marshal
ot the City ot Pendleton, to wit: one bay mare
muie, collar marts, weignt anout w po
no brand visible, one bay mare, about 13 years
Headquarters for Travollng Mon.
Commodious Sample Roomsi
Rates $2 & $2.50
oldi (tar on forahead. wclaht about 800 Bounds.
no brand visible. II said aulmals are not
claimed by the owners or tbone entitled to the I
uossesslon of tbem. costs s nd sinenses aualnst I
them paid and them taken away within ten. Special rates by week or month.
m. ot the 3rd day of Dece'mbsr. 1MK. the taiilt Excellent Ctilslllc.
animals will be sold to tho hl(beit bidder, at. immnl l)lnlmnuini rvl.v
public auction, lor cash, at the city pound, on romPl UininRroom ervic.
the corner ot Cottonwood and Webb uresis. In Hvery Modern Convenience.
uldCltyof Pendleton, tho proceeds of such
sale to be applied to the pivmenl of such costs' '
and expenses of making sale
day of November, I'.W. J A
luted this 'list
(11.11 NI'.WSPAI'URS -TO PUT UNDKK
carpets, on shelv.es walls, or for wrap.
pint; purposes. Old newspaper tn largo
bundles of 100 each at 'J5 rents a bundle
at the EAST ORKUOMAN office, Pendle
Bar and billiard room in connection
Only Three Blocks from Depot.
GOLDEN RULE HOTEL
Corner Court mul Jolimuu StrefU,
ad union Pacific
WANTHI) - THREE OR FOUR UNFUR
nishrd rooms for IlKht housekeeping. Ad
dress F. M., care East OrcBOulan.
WANTED ADVERTISERS TO .MAKE USE
of these classified columns If you have
M'UiHthlnjr you have no use for, offer to
trade it for sometuine that some other
body may have and have no use for, some-
ihliu: that you mayieed 111 your business.
You may have an extra horse that you
may wish to trade for a cow or a veiucip.
Some body may have the "ow and vehlnc
end want the horse, lac or 3 cent want
nd will probably do the business.
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $300,000
5e"8 Grain, Provisions, Stocks, Bends and Cotton for
uasn or Future DsJivery
,-wuain in . .
-"lrSllQp.l ..,u,iu, AUU lUIHnilRIIWUa DWUIUICl, n 1 .1
't KMTun,1? U1()re I'rouiptly aud aatlufnctory than auy other concern.
fh.rJ? U eXetlUtn Orderu ulmn lltnllu un m.ha1,uI Wo iln nnt llnlll
"t for carrvi!! 'i0re tuau tue margin you place In a trade. We charge no
W H K U8herl' kH i ot 1 Pr cent.
, . miU&niiO HUU f.tMSI.ri( a. 1 list, jW
Wires u"nn, XUUvllle. Davton. Walla Walla. Moaoo'w. Peudle-
UUIIara. v vuiia i riinrinii a II II 1 rn fl 111. T 71 i n w
'cr,a,u """"" lu j-oruauu, lauotna, oeatue, ivereii "u
VB. Tf.. ,
01 0f 75 ofllcea a Pel1 trade or account with ua you can operate it in
11, HANSEN Western Manager.
'"hrtletoii Office, 1 Jft.Court Street, bone Walu 461
-1' C. MAJORS. Local mnHar
A DRAIN" ON YOUR POCKHT-
book is cauned by defective plumbing.
There la always somethiug out of order.
Better let ua make a thorough ex
amination of the pipes, drains, steam
and gas Uttinga, etc., aud give an eafi
uiate on the coat of putting tlieiu iu
good worklujr condition. Our work
men are competent aud we have every
thing necestary to carry the most dif
ficult job to a successful issue.
B. F. BECK,
Court St, Opposite Golden Rule Hote
A Startling Surprise.
Very few could believe In looking
at A. T. Hoadley, a healthy, robUBt
blacksmith, of Tilden, Ind., that for
ten years lie suffered such tortures
from rheumatism as few could en
duro and live. But a wonderful
change followed his taking Electric
Bitters. Two bottles wholly cured
me," he writes, "and I havo not felt
a twinge in over a year." They regu
late the kidneys, purify the blood and
euro rlreumatlsm, neuralgia, nervous
liess, improve' digestion and give per
fect health. Try tuem. Only 50 cents
at Tallmann & Co's. drug store.
HE HAS FAITH.
A R I
From ua always commands the
highest appreciation from the hot
Judges because It is (he very best the
market affords. The same thing Is
equally true of our lamb, mutton
and veal always the best, tender
and delicious, of the highest quality.
A trial order Is all that Is necessary
to prove that we keep the best meat
O O V n T S T It K K T
Ho user's Old Stand
C. M. Pierce Is Still Adding to His
C. M. Pierre recently pifii'liuBed
another quarter tun ..on of timber
land two miles thin able of the toll
gate on Wesrbn Mountain. Tills sivea
linn a aectlon In ono body, part of
which la covered with good tlmbor,
says the Weston Leader of Novoni
This Is only one )f Air. I'lorcea
numerous Investments in this local
ity. As la well known, he has in
vested largely In Weston town prop
erty and built several houses, and ho
is now turning his attention to coun
Mr. Pierce resided at Weston six
years while cashier of the local bank,
and afterward made his home in
Southern California. Ho haa traveled
b'M p. tn.
6:1) a m.
8:15 a. m,
o.l. I.k. ti .. . mt
Ml . MIU.IHTGIi
Worth, Omaha, Kan
sas City, Ht. Louis,
(jntcsgo ana esii.
Bait Lake, Denver, Ti:
Worth, Omaha, Kan
sas City, St. bonis,
Chicago and Kail.
lis. Ht. Paul, Dulutb,
11:10 p. n
3:M p, m.
Ocean and River Schedule.
HEATED BY STEAM
LIGHTED nY ELECTIIICITy
Aniiii'lciiu I'Iiiii, ratii '.'". totHJ.OO
Kiii-nii'iin I'Iiiii, .10(1,7(1, 1.IH.
HMH-lnl iitltn ly wouk or iimiith,
Free 'bus meets all trains
miiiiiiercini trade solicited
Pine .sampk rooeM
Six-cial AKt'iitimi (liven ('iniiitry Trade
8MI p. in.
All sailing dates sub
ject to cnanae.
Per San Francisco
Ball every & days.
fit) p. m.
exceDK i .. . . ..
Snnrfay '-oiuinuia uner 4:00 p.m.
s:uup rn. to Astoria sin) way minasy
100 p in.;
Boats leave Portland dallv. eicent Bundv
(stage of water permitting) for Willamette and
lamniu itivcr pomis.
CORNER MAIN AND WEHB STS.
Klparla to Lewlston
I KxetH Mai
P. P, WAMHLKV, Agent, l'endlston.
Chicago, Ut. Paul, Ht. LouU, Kan-
e&a vny, Ht. joe, uiuana, auu
All Points East and Sooth
Portland and point
on the Sound
Leave rendleton, dally except Sundays kl
Arrive rendition Monday, neaoteoay ana
Friday II nspni.
Arrive Pendleton Tustday, Thursday ant)
Saturday ass am.
..i,,uini., i., uiniu ..( Wnutilnc. I Leivit Walla Walla dallv. east hound. UiuO pm,
r. . .1 '..I ' i. "nV o ArfUe Walla Walla dally, wait bound, HM ass.
ton, and while absent has always
been a careful student of business
conditions. Upon returning to Wes
ton to live in future hi doea so with
a strong faith that he voicoa tersely
"I regard Oregon aa about tho best
part of tho universe, Umatilla county
as the best part of Oregon, and West
on aa tbo best part of Umatilla coun
ty." "I hear your Bon la reading law."
No, sir. It's a mistake. My aon is
sitting in tbe Tiack ofllce with bis feet
a desk, smoking cigarettes.' -Chi
War Infurinstlon reaardlna rates and
medalioas, can on or aaarett
8 B.CALDBRHEAD.O, P.A.. .
Walla Walla, Wash,
GEO. DAItVEAU, Prop.
lllock and a half from depot.
Sample room In connection,
ROOM RATE 5Uo, 75c, $1.04
American Plan. It wr day aud unwaid.
Iliiuluustters for tourists aud comincK'UI ti.
tiers, nptcislrstcs insde to isnillles and alack
irentleuieu The uiausseuicnt will tc nleac4
at all times to show rooms aud gite prices, A
modern Turaisn osiiicsiauninuiciiiiu iik noui.
II C W1WHKS, Msnsgtr
. . s
Babbitt Metal, beet In the worW, hi
bar. Price ti par bar, at She sta4
VA I ,WJ r-TO rWU L j.m - 1
WUiia u4 ucrr ccaUrf. 50c lot, 1 1 4 Uf yf "'' TTzTT Jz. - " -j
SOLD BY TALUMAN CO., DftUGultJTB, r-trsuut 1 ur(