East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, December 01, 1902, DAILY EVENING EDITION, Image 7

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    SESSIONS
Catfds anct Societies
AND TBADE8. ALFHABETICALLY ARRANGED.
PHYSIC
JANS.
10 to 12
toon.
red 871.
- nsPAlX BLOCK.
It fT-M troublea. cttar-
iS '&i. "rin
"nrMCE OVEIl
, rtank. Telephone
.101.
n linn t.l 1 1 A II I V,
sot" Office In J mid
HnfUw. black 73:
I
'iToOM 17 ASSOCIA-
ikooe. mm" uo t
11
Sb80N. physician
ttR-inoe pip. ear. nose
JTsavlnsre Bank build-
-""r-i OSTHOrATHIC
Flits nrt nervous dUoaees
t pio "
5VPIIY.IC'AN' AN I) BLR
wf t Block- Telephone
If BUKF.SIXn. cmtoNic
Ifue5 nd diseases of wo-
fcSnSo" main 721 : Ites.
DENTISTS.
taUf. PBSTIST. OFFICE IN
'luooe mi
"nKVTIST. OFF1CB IN AS-
fjiort oer Schmidt's new drug
NKS AND BROKERS.
ItIOXAI. BANK OF ATHKNA.
f Capital. .".,,u" ' uriiin
t-.i interest on lime uenoeiia.
fvt'ira and dniutle exchange
nooptlT ttrenuea to. tieurj
bmtdot T J Kirk, vice-presl-
rsrn'tt. rasnier; r o. w
put fishier
ATTORNEY8.
JAMKS A. FKn, LAW OFriCE IN JUDD
BolldlDS.
ITAILEY t LOWELL, ATTORNEYS-AT-LaW
Office In Despaln Block.
BALLKRAY A McCOtJRT. LAWYERS, Asso
ciation uuuaing.
H. e. oollieb. lawyer, office rooms
7 and S, Association Bntldlng. ,
CARTER AND TtALET. ATTORNEYS AT
Lnw. once In Savings Bank finlldlag.
HENRY J. BEAN, ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Association Block, Fendleton, Oregon,
N. BERKELEY, ATTORNEY
Office Id Association Block.
AT LAW,
B. D. BOYD. ATTORNEY AT LAW, 111
Court street.
L. B. REEDER, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Pendleton, Oregon.
STILLMAN AND PIERCE, ATTORNEY8
at Law. Mr. StIIImaa hu been admitt
ed to practice In United 8tate patent f
fleea and makes a specialty of Patent Law.
Rooms, 10, 11, 12, and IS Association
Block.
FRATERNAL ORDERS.
UMATILLA TENT, NO. 27. K. 0. T. M.
Meets In Secret Society ball, second and
fourth Tuesdays In each month. All visit
ing Sir Knights cordially InTlted. J. S.
Kees, Record Keeper; E. D. Eatabrook,
Commander.
PENDLETON LODGE, NO. 52. A. F. AND
A. M.. meets first and third Mondays of
nnnl. .nnntti Vlattlnfl. hcathl-en welcome.
T. J, Tweedy, W. M. ; Joe II. Parkes, Sec.
PENDLETON CHAPTER, NO. 28 T. C.
T.....I.... n n I n'am,l aMtHrr.
meets second and fourth Fridays of each
month In Masonic hall
liffiRS' RANK OF WESTON,
fOtwin. lit general Dans
DAMON LODGE. NO. 4. KNIGHT OF
rythlos. L. W. Held, C. C. S R. W.
Fletcher. K. of R. and S. Meets every
Monday In Secret Society hall.
MODERN WOOMEN OF AMERICA.
Tutullln Camp, No. 03S!. Meets first
and third Mondays of each month at Odd
Fellows' hall. George A Hamblln, Con
aul : U. A. Bobbins, Clerk.
(fifing 77 1 Qjfl '
Classified Advertisements
COUNT SIX AVERAGE
TWO LINES.
WORDS TO THE Lt E.
THnEE LINES.
time 15c
timet 20c
week 30c
Extra lineal 10 cent each
1 time ?0c
I 2 timet SOc
I 1 week , 45c
week; 25 centt line per month.
'if-
fiKTrH Mot'PIS" I
ro.MPI.KTK DIAGNOSIS.
"You Imvt appumliiiiH and Iiiub Iroilblt.' uniumiu-'.l the ph)slrun. he
irinl thi. :kU xlie p.iiit-nt vsith hi? X-ry iiMrMtus. ,iis irncrs nf liver oom
pl.illU and a Mild form of d)!s'pM. also f l in join ii.H'Url M fee will be
IX"
Hen he turned off tho ourrent and told th.- pti. m ih- -.mliuUlim ns
.ver.
' U s all right, doctor." said the patient, "hut it su-mj to me that you have
cleoiPti an opportunity to secure ten cent and the other thlnx; you mrti-113."
F
LIEL CONSUMPTION
PENDLETON BURNS TEN
THOUSAND COrtDS YEARLY.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD REGULAR
I-M.;t r. .-!!- v Proebstel wuturuay cYeuiug. ii""8 6"'"
'WOtnf, Ueorge iroeraiei, . .,.. ,. T -n-Biit.r. Clerk; A.
R. Kligore, casaier; ui-, n '
J
A Hartman
I p Graw J F
W Froetatel
Kligore, Robert
1PI.ET0.V SAVINGS BANK.
. Orron organirea warcn i.
feitil, 150.000 surplus, $00,000:
1 )trl on 'ime iieposits.
:.-hf ind sold on all principal
BmcM attention given to col-
Kff J Funiisl president-; .1. r..
km'.Atut T .1 Morris, cashier ;
loatj awant cashier
&TI0SAI. RANK OF PENDLE-
hltal. WMW- surnlns. ID3.000.
fi ftneral banking business. Ex
1 tIcrnpl)!o transfers sold on
Mn Franeisro. ew lorK ana
ht In the Northwest. Drafts
ICblnt, Japan and Europe. Makes
I cn reasonable terms, levi An-
llat W F Matlnrk. vice-presl
waK -nshler; H F Johnson,
IuMt
TYPEWRITERS AND SUPPLIES.
F. S. MERRILL, SPOKANE, WASH.
Agent New Densmore. Second-hand type
writers, supplies, rellnlng, repairing.
BOOT ND SHOE REPAIRING.
BTECTS AND BUILDERS.
I1VAIU). ARCHITECT AND SU-
ti'at mikps comnlete and i-eiia
fir iiullrtlnzs In the city nr cnun-f-
17 Judd building.
TOIK rONTRACTOHS AND
II'fImote. furnished on short
Bob Wnrlt neclaltv. Prompt
itop on Illuff arreet near Maiu.
IY CONTRACTOR AND P.UILD-
klniate!. .urniHhert on all kinds
emect n-alK8, stone walls, etc
trs a Fat Oregonlan office.
Bt'TMAV ARCHITHCT AND SU.
plret lioom 1" Asioclatlon
I Ptndli1 m Or'ffou
PXAK PLASTERING AND CE-
"meii' walks a specialty. Er-
in!itl '-ee Work cuai-anteed.
lit Badley and Zehners clgnr
i?t r r box 1114
.ECTRICAL SUPPLIES.
BttS. CO' RT STREET,
uttrklaDt, dealers in elec
Ksuies. stores, wired for
. Wis ur telenhoues. Elec-
lttill kinds. Get our prices
Hlalty
L. GUEENAWALD, THE OLD RELIABLE
Shoemaker. First-class repairing with
best materials. Shop In rear of Dlndlnger
Wilson i CO.
JOHN WILSON, FIRST-CLASS SHOE
moker nnd repairer. Best material used
and good work done. Shop 117 Alta St.
CABS AND CARRIAGES.
RUBBER TIRE HACK, NEW AND VERY
lates style, for the service of the public.
C. D. Carnn and Jas. S. McKay, props. Call
at the Commercial livery stable or tele
phone main 101 and the hack will call fsr
yru.
CITY CAB LINE, EKWIN BAKER, PROP.
Te enhone main 353. stana in iront ot
French restaurant.
Scarcity of Choppers In Blue Moun
tain Camps May Result in Wood
Shortage for This City and Walla
Walla.
"I expect this winter to work up
about 12,000 cords and to do this I
must have choppers. That is why I
am in Walla Walla at present," said
R. E. Porter.r of Meacham. "Last
year I got out about 6000 cords, but
there has been an unprecedented de
mand throughout the country which
has taken up about all the available j
supply. Consequently the price nas
advanced some. Walla Walla will
have enough wood to last her through
the winter, but Pendleton though
nearer the base of supply is already
experiencing a mild famine. Pendle-
by 5000 cords as much wood as Walla
Walla. The samo applies to coal.
Secret of Good Wood.
"I look for an unusual amount ot
wood to be cut in the vicinity of
Meacham this winter. Just how much
I cannot say as there are many men
owning timber claims who are con
templating going into the wood cut
ting business themselves.
"There is something about cutting
wood which probably most people
are not aware. Timber cut In the
winter while the sap Is out makes
much better fuel than that worked up
in the spring. Wood cut in the spring
may appear to be first class, but there
is a lack of life, that one finds in
wood cut in the winter." Statesman.
SECOND-HAND DEALERS.
GEORGE O'PANIKL. NEW AND SECOND
hand goods bought and sold. Court St ,
Opera home block Call and see him,
V STRORLeT DEALER 1N SECOND
hand goods. If there Is anything yon
need In new or secondhand furniture,
stove, granite ware and crockery .call and
get his prices, No. 212 Court street
INSURANCE A LAND BUSINESS.
HOTELS.
JOE II PARKES. OFFICE COTTONWOOD
St. Opera house block ;land office bus
Iness, such as filing of claims and Initiating
contests a specialty.
JOHN HAILEY, JllT V S. LAND COM-mlssloner--
Specialty made of land filings
and proof; Insurance and collections. Of
fice in Judd building, room in.
HOTEL
PENDLETON
VAN DRAN BROS., Propn.
The Best Hotel In Pendleton
and as tood us any.
PHOTOGRAPHERS.
W S. BOWMAN. LEADING P1IOTOGHA i
pher of the city Harvest views, in
dlan photos for sale. Finishing done for
amateurs. Main St.. near bridge. 'Phone
red 270.
Pees of Saloons Meet.
Columbus, O., Dec. 1. Delegates
from far and near have arlved in Col
umbus to take part in one of the most
important gatherings of anti-saloon
workers ever held In the United
States. The occasion is the annual
state congress of the Anti-Saloon
.-". "J: " . League, which Is a federation of
lun cunaiuutria uic using v - - . . .
, t .nnA nA -r,.ni nmimhiv I churches, temperance societies ana
continue to do so until spring." , other organ zatlons opposed to the
. .. 'drinking saloon without regard to
Wood Statistics. iparty lines or denominational differ-
Mr. Porter gives some interesting ences, and which has as its only mot
statistics on the amount of fuel Walla I o: "The Saloon Must Go." Tho pro-
Walla consumes annually. "From 1 ceedings wil be formally opened this
the best Information waua waua ' evening with a big rally in the Broad
consumes annually 15,000 cords of : 0f Trade Auditorium, the principal
wood and C000 tons of coal," he said.
Most of this wood comes from the vi
cinity of Meacham and the coal is se
cured from various sections, ptinct
sneaker to he the Hev. George R
Stuart, of Tennessee. The business
sessions will begin tomorrow and con
tlnue two days, during which time
pally from Washington and Wyoming there will be addresses and papers by
mines. Pendleton does not consume ( many workers of national promt
A special and interesting feat
TRANSPORTATION LINES.
BOARD AND LODGING.
EMPIRE LODGING HOUSE. CORNER OF
E. Court and Johnson streets Goodi
large, clean rooms with comfortable beds.
Rates 25c and SOc a night. Thos. Smart,1
Prop. !
nence.
I me of the gathering is to be a school
I of instruction on the methods of hold
I ing local option elections.
HOTEL ALTA. CORNER ALTA AND 1
Mill streets. Board by the day or week.
Good table set. Kates 54 and to per weeK.
Pendleton Iced lard In connection.
Neff, prop.
Ft'RNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT. TERM t
reasonable, at 502 Water St., 'Phone red
ISO.
Oregon
H OUTLINE
ahd union Pacific
THE ST. GEORGE RESTAURANT. REGU
lar meals 25 cenu. Short ordera a kpeclalty.
Opn day and night. T. A. Oldtatlier. Prop.
THE STRAHON ROOMING HOUSE f.18 MAIN
new and strictly tint clam.
U per day
Rates 25c, .Hie and
; MKSMITHING.
SlVsmn wnn.IT rapitr
"WlRin town, 314 Webb St
THE WHITE LODGING HOUSE, 3U1 SOUTH
Mln street. Mrs Mary Williams, Prop
Housekeeping rooms and lodging rooms.
G'Mjd comfortable rooms and clean, well kept
beds Lodging 2 cents.
WANTED.
WW FEED STABLES.
i A,?""'' Proprietor, for line
u street.
88)1 PLE
street
PEED YARD, 723
Lindsay & Doty
t ri..
Li '!? .d and sale stable. Sad-
Erfj ""on noraes tor sniv.
TOir. ci.,.,, ., " ..
pV'tTrl!7',' ttvi and boarding. All
r&f p..;, . omPetent drivers. Op
" r4leton 'Phone main 161.
r fn vAP.n
Webh
of these classified columns If you have
something you have no use for, offer to
trade It for something that some other
body may have and have no use for, some
thing that you' may need In your busluees.
Yon may have an extra horse that you
may wish to trade for a cow or a vehicle.
Some body may havo the cow and vehlcie
end want the horse. lCc or 23 cent want
ad will probably do the business.
FOR SALE,
OLD NEWSPAPERS TO PUT UNDER
-nr.tii. on shelv.es walls, or for wrap-
W T BOYNTON i nlnir munoses. Old newspaper In large
DiriBT Time Schedule abjuvi
rot From Peudlotou , rsoK
Chicago- Bait Lake, Denver. Ft.
Portland Worth, Omaha, Kan.
Special us City, St. Louis, 8:00 a. m
S'JOp. m. Chlcagound East
vU Hunt
ington. ' Atlantic 1 Bait Lake, Denver, Ft.
I Express Worth, Omaha, Kan-
S:4.ja m. ! sas City, Bt. Louis, 11:10 p. a
' via Hunt-' Chicago aud East.
lngton.
! a, p.i WalU Walla.LewIstou.
Spokane, Wallace,
f.tV. Pullman, Mlnneapo-
8 15 a.m. u, Bt. Paul, Uuluth, s,Jip''1
! Si!.i..n. Milwaukee, Chicago
j Bpokane. nd East.
! Ocean and River Schedule.
FROM PORTLAND.
, All sailing dates sub-j
0 , Ject to change. ivmr, re
80 p.m.. rir Ban Francisco ! I"--
Ball every 6 days. ,
TJiTTy j
Sunday 1 Columbia River tMp.a,
8:00 p m. To Astoria and Way Sunday
Saturday Landings.
100 p m.i i
Jewish Women to Meet,
Iialtlmore Md.. Dec. 1. Many dele
gates for the third triennial con veil
tion of the Council of Jewish Women,
whirh will be held In this city this
week. The leading Jewish families
of this city have Issued InvitatloiiB
to the delegates, and each will be en
tertained at the home of some one of
, the families. Besides tills arrange
i ment a general entertainment and re-
I ception committee has prepared for
the comfort of the guests. The con
vention will open tomorrow and con
' tinue one week, with two sessions
daily. The Council of Jewish Women
has been in existence since the
World's Fair at Chicago. Tho presi
! denf is Mrs. Hannah Solomon, of
I Chicago, and the secretary Is Miss
; Sadie American, of New York City.
Reports to be presented to tho com
ing convention show that the council
I now has a membership approaching
10,000, distributed over 35 states, each
with a vice-president. The activities
I of the organization cover a wide field
and embrace iterary, charitable and
i lellglous work,
TONSORIAL PARLORS.
BILLY KRASSIG. HARDER SHOP ami,
bath room. Main street, three doors north ot
Hotel St. Oeorgc. First ci service 1
iKHHI
SEW TONSORIAL PAKI.OR8, Cfll'KT T ,
Three doors west ot uoiden kuis uoioi. j.
11 1'sce, Prop. First clai Workmen, every
thing clean, all modern Improvements.
LOST.
LOST-A BLACK ICE WOOL SIIAWI, 111;..
twu Lewis and Main streets Reward wll
be psld by trturnlng to thlaofllte.
Headquurtors for Traveling Moo.
Commodious Sample Rooms.
Rates $2 & $2.50
i.ost-on MAIN street, A COMBINATION Special rates by week or month.
tnfv r.iiiwV ivmtfttnlnff a tin sold Dlcce and
two keys. Will pay liberal rewant lor the re
turn to this ofllce
MISCELLANEOUS.
I:celleut Cuisine.
Prompt Olnliigrooin Service.
Iicrv Modern Convenience.
FOR BALK AT TTIH BABT OBB005IAN
ofllce, large bandies or tewspap. .
tattling ver 100 big papert caa m
talned for 2S rents a boadls.
IN POUNDriIK FOIXOWIN(lI)E!CRinEn
nlmals nave oecn uiraup ni imi"
the City of Pendleton, to-wlti One dark
hrown gelding, star in Isce, J years ow, weigni
ijv. .VA..V.H. nni.tiii vUIMd. One roan aeld
Ing. bald face, 3 while legs, dim brand on left
Bar and billiurd room in connection
of the City
SOI) UI
shoulder and left hip, 8 years old, weight 800
pounds. II said nnimais are noi cisuucii j
the owixtis or lhoe entitled tothe possession,
cosuand expenses against tliem paid and them
taken awav within ten days Irom the date
hereof, then at 2 o'clock p m. of tha 0th duy ot
December, 1, tnesam auiraais win sum ;u
the highest bidder, at public auction, for cam,
at the city pound, on the corner of Cottonwood
....1 V.l.(.ta(i In thnmtvn! I'BtldlOtin. tDO
proceeds ot such sale lo be applied to the pay
ment o( such costi and expenses ol making
sale Dated this 26th day ot November. liMI.
J, A, IILAKELY, City Marshal.
IN POUND-THE FOLIXJWING IIESCKIIIEO
animals have boen taken up by the marshal
ol the Cltv ol Pendleton, to wit: One bay mare
mule, collar marks, weight about 900 pounds,
no brand v Wble. One bay mare, about 12 years
old, star on forahead, weight about 800 pounds,
no brand visible, It ald animals are not
claimed by the owners or thoe entitled to the
possession of them, costs and expenses against
iha... n.M an.i iIiaiii tnkpn Huav within ten
days from the datu nereor, men ai 1 o-cicca y.
in nfthniirddav ol December. 1M. the said
animals w II be sold to the highest bidder, al
public auction, for cash, at the city pound, on
the corner of Cottonwood and Webb struts, In
..Mriivflf Poti.llAlnti. the tiroceeds ot such
sale lo be applied It tho pavment of such costs
and exDenscs of making sale. listed tb!s2lat
day of November, J. A lllakely, City
Marsnai.
Only Three Blocks from Depot.
GOLDEN RULE HOTEL
l iriirrCjutt and Juhtiton Mreits,
reiidlttuti OrCKD,l
Kolly, Proprlotor.
I M. F.
1 mm:AH
jj
'PU1 . care ln n hr ur, i.n.nH, nr inn cncti at 2.1 cents a bundle
strwt Phone at the EAST OKKUUMAiS onice, i-enaie-
ton, Oregon.
'E COMMISSION CO.
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $300,000
nd 8e,'s Grain, Provisions, Stocks, Bonds and Cotton for
Cash or Future Delivery
I in irnt,. . . . . . . .. r t..
ffUnh "'""i muuioipal, ana uilsoeiiaiieout seiumies. uwuiur
imiiii j m extensive private wiresvBieni m me worm we can mkuic
fe nL J,n morR Promptly aud satisfactory than auy other concern.
"pOBjihu f to execut orders when limits are reached. We do not hold
frt for . , lu.ore lnan "e margin you place in a traae. we cimrge uu
ARrIl?criBKloug stocks.
0Jn J EPU,RED-Grain leper bushel, ritocks 2 ier share. Commit
wIljilrHbel, Stock off per cent. .
our iiook of Btatlatlcs and Dally Market free. Write ior u.
SooFJ'KNCE, 76 Nntoliuil and State Banks.
" "EFKUKNCKi 1'endloton 8aTlnir Hank
li6 nfHge'nkof Commerce Building, Minneapolis Minn. Ex
'.Colfal r.eV,rlnc,Pal t0WI and cities of the Northwest, Including
WW und.t u'lniati Rltevllle, Dayton, Walla Walla, Moscow, Pendle
jer,B;c. n'tn,ctlon t0 Po"Iandi Tacoma, Beattle, Everett and
rf Wlr 75 offlcil'Ve an opeu trade or account w,th ti you can operate It In
n. nAnbtSPI, wetiern manapi.
I'endletou Offlc, J IB Court Street. Jbone Main 4611
C. MAJOR. Lseal Manager
Maine's Harvest.
Bangor, Me.. Dec. 1. The Christ'
' mas tree Industry haB got an early
! start in Maine this year, and already
rarioatls and even vessel loads are go
ing forward to the large cities. Only
I a few years ago the fir tree was Ioked
i upon as rather a nuisance in this
'state, liecauso it giew as rank as four
i dock, crowding out better growths,
and was of no earthly use, save as It
might be considered an ornament to
, the landscape. Now the fir no longer
! despised, Is a source of considerable
income to hundreds of Maine's rural
people, and to the transportation com-
Wllluiiietto Itlvt-r.
float, leave Portland dallv. excent Bunds?
YamhlUKlt?rlTu.,'n','0r vulUnwMe panles' as well, ijist year more than
unu uiiiiuu uuu a nan wcic duiu, uuu
Leave
Kiparla
4 J a. m.
Dally
Excpt Mon,
Bnake Hirer
Kiparla to Lrwlaton
P. r. WAM8LEY, Agent, Pendlatoa.
Washington &
Columbia River
Railroad
Take this
route for
Chicago, 8t. Paul, Bt. Louis, Kan
sas City, Bt. Joe, Omaha, and
All Points East and Sooth
Portland and points
oa tho Souad
TIME CAED.
Leave Pendleton, daily except Sundays at
7:00. pm.
Arrive Pendleton Monday, Wedneaday aot
Friday 11:26 pw.
Arrive Pendleton Tuesday, Thursday aa
Saturday 9 33 am.
Leave WalU Walla dally, east bound, 11 K0 pa.
Arrive Walla WalU dally, west twund, 6 M aaa
For Information regarding rates and eeBi
modatlons.eallonoraddresi i
W. ADAMB, Agent.
PendUton, Otegoa.
II, B. CALDEBHEAP, O. P. A..
' WtlU Valla, Wash,
lifvri.L.r 'Jt is expected that tills year's cioii
7aa.m , will net a nrofK of at least ,100,000.
Excpt Moi
Blondin case up tor Trial.
Hoston, Mass., XX-c. 1. The case of
Joseph Wilfred lllondln, who is
charged with murdering his wife,
whose headless body was found in a
wood lot In Chelmsford In Juno. 1'JOI,
was called for trial today. Tho mur
der was one of the most atrocious
crimes committed In this vicinity In
many years and the trial promises to
attract wide attention, lllondln was
wptured In New York city several
months after tho commission of the
crime. Ills Identity was revealed by
his appearance at police headquar
ters as an applicant for a firemen's
Hcenbe.
IN POUND-THE KOLLOWLSO DESCRIBED
.nlm.li hi,, hn taken llnbv the msrshal of
tha City ol I'endletou, to-wlt: One sorrel Iloan
creldlnK, white strip In face, dim "brand on
left hip. 9 years old: wel.ut 1IC0 pounds, shod
all round One bay marc, 7 years old, leu nine,
loot crooked. welLh 120) pounds, while spot
In lace, dim brand on leu snouioor u ro.u
irelrtlnf. welfbt HOC lbs, 0 years old. star on
lorehead, "key" brand on left shoulder, dim
brand on right shoulder, two white hind feet.
One Mack mare, 3 years old, white spot In lore
bead, weight 100 pounds, dim brand on left
shoulder. One sorrel yesrllng filly, white strip
In face, no brand visible. One light sorrel
mare, :i years old, we'aht nOO poun.ls, whit"
strip In face, right hind foot whit., dim brand
on'lerthlp. Oue sorrel mare, while spot In
face, weinht PJOO pounds, dim brand on eft
simnlder, 0 years old. One sorrel yearling filly
white spot in forehead, riulit hind foot while,
no brind visible. II said animals are not
cl.imml nr the owner or thoso entitled
to the possession of It, toils and eipcnses
gainst It paid and it taken nwsy with
In ten days IVm the date hereol, then at i a'
ii.ln m nf ihasth dav of December, IWi
the said animal will tie eoni 10 wis niKiieit
bidder, at public auct'on. for oash, al the i ltv I
iiouud, on the corner ol Cotton wood and IVcbb
streets In said Oily of Pendleton, Ihe proceed;
ol such sala to be applied to the payment ot
such roils and eiptnses of making mile Dated
this 25th day of Novemler, l'..
J A Hlakely, City Marshal
IS PQL'ND THE KOI.LOW1NH DIC8HHIHED
animal, have been taken up by the marshsl
of the City of Pendlelou, to-wll
One sorrel mare, white spot on nc.se, age 7
years, weight 1100 pounds, no brand visible.
One sorrel mare colt, lio brand visible
One bay mare, white In lace, weight KW0
pounds, o years old, no brand visible.
One bay mare, white slur In face, .1 years old,
weight llf0poiinds.no brand visible
One bay gelding, while strip In face, weight
1100 pounds, scar on right hind Ieg.no brand
VlOnie'brown mare, 7 year, old, weight 1100
pounds, no brand visible
One brown mare, branded "horm shoe" on
right shoulder, B years, weight M0 pounds.
Oue iorri-1 and white mate colt, while I.e.,
no brand visible
One bay yearling horse coil wblUif.ee.
branded -horse shoe" on right shoulder and
''ouebiy'inare, bald face, two while hind feel
right front foot white, 6 years old. weight
pounds, dim brand on right (boulder
One brown coll, white In face, no brand
visible
If said animal. ar- not claimed by the own
ers ir those entitled to lb. possession of thsui.
costs aud expenses against thsm paid and
them taken away within tan days from the
date hereof, than atio'clock p. la. of the 10th
dav ol DecemUr, i'Ol, the said animals will be
sold to the highest biutr. at publlo auction,
for rush, at the city -.ud. on Ihe corner of
Cottonwood and W l streets, In the '"lly ol
I'eudlston, the pro'eeds of sued sale to bM'.p
Plied lo Ihe payment of such cost, and ex
pens" of making sale. Dated this J"tli day ol
Nor.mUr.lSsW, J. A, BUk.ly, Oily Marshal.
HEATED UY STEAM
LIGHTED HV ELECTRICITY
Anuii Iliiii riuii, rates VI '.'. In -i.O()
II'-IV.
Kiiriiiiii IMaii, .'. 7.-H-. M.IMI.
S-i'liil rnt4N liy wiM-k or niiiiitli.
l:rec 'litis meets all trains
Commercial trude solicited
Fine sample roomi
Social Attciitiiin liivcn fountry Trade
HOTEL
ST. GEORGE
CORNER MAIN AND WEBB STS.
New Mexico Eattern. 1
Banta Fe, N. M., Dec. 1. The first
active step toward the building of
the New Mexico Eastern railroad was
taken today when bids were opened
for the building of tho road from Por-
tales to Hlo I'uerce. Construction!
NOTICE TO STOCK HOLDERS- NOTICE IS
hereby given that there will be an annual
meeting of the stockholders of the East Ortrfo.
nlau Publishing Company on Wednesday, De
rsnlsr 3rd. IM. at t o'clock p. w., al the of
flee of said company, m Peudletou Oregon,
for the purport of electing olfliers for Ihe en
suing year, W P HatujcK, Presldentf YutD
W, Lawi kin, Secretary,
0EO. DAIiVEAU, Prop.
Elegantly Furnished
Steam Heatea
Uuropcan Plan.
Block and a hall from depot
Sample room In connection.
ROOM RATE
50o, 75o, $1,0.
THE PORTLAND
PORTLAND, OREGON
AuiciUan Plan, l wr day aud upward.
Ilradiiuaiter. fur tourist, aud commercial li.v
tier. Hpvclsl ratt. tuadr to famlllta aud slag Is
gtntlciucii The mauagcmcnl will lx plal
at all llmca to .how rooms ami give prits. A
uod.ru Turkish balhcMablUhurullu III. bot.1.
it C HOWKKH, Mansgrr.
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Babbitt Metal, beat In the world, In
bar. Prl II per bar, at tha Eaat
Oreoonlin Office.
"OUPIOENE
'ILj arwtt Vri.U
hralrlan.wlll tinUkiyeuieyon oltJl
MANHOOD RESTORED
bl Vlullier, the prwcrlptlon of afiiuousFfewh pbyalrlan, .will D' KHy euie yoi on
n.rvouaor dlviuol the aeinraUve orm, tutb m .o. t ss u ii ,1s. s
Vutum tm turn 11Mb, Mciuliial KuiU.luu., Ji.r suu. r 'j 'J I. , ! . s I si ft ?
.wl loirmurrhiUidllllu)b,rroriJ(irmr'-' f t! 2I:tl?iIL5?ila2
Iver.tli&kldii.r.ajid the urlukfy organ ol all liuw i . . JIJI,JI..uugiia
, , onmmnriPAd b nnp and I tndrtores smali weak organ..,
nvm to i" -i usruMU suarrtri f iiti eurw ur wuin.i.w w p - y , nil . . .. a wr it.
will afford emtilovment for about' OOP1DEN? (be ooly kuowu reini-dY tare wlU
will afford employment ror woui v
3000 men. Tho new line will open lmu76n4furrRKKrfreu r
t-TlS ' m SOLD BY TALLMAN 4 CO. OHUOOI8T87 PENDLETON, OREOON.
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