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COUNT 8IX AVERAGE WORDS TO THE LI E.
FESSIONS AND TRADES. ALPHABETICALLY ARRANGED,
nPFICK IN JODD
Telephone red 3TL
..a r nt rwfT
RJl-teej trooble. catar-
, 7"nlNt30. OFFICK OrKIt
1 .... "Savings "" reiepoone
- Mlfphone, Main 301.
Office, black 73
U, D.. nOUEOrATIIIC
i ...nrran. UmCe in JUUU
I." . . k nna
VrAUU- nooM it associa-
I Telephone, main 931; resl-
. sruwialrlpg. ere. ear. nose
P " t " .....l. I. .. 1 1 ,1
aflce in savin uunw-
fcironlc and nervous diseases
one oiocs wrrL ui ,.vi
.. nti.cinriv .vti eiTi
'.rCHLl, I'll 1 'VL'"",. tpf
Linns' diseases and diseases of wo-
aLu kniiHinir. corner Main and
!, Office "phone main 721 i Ites.
JAMKS A. FKH, LAW OFFICB IN J ODD
ITAICKY A LOWELL, ATTORNKYS-AT.LAW
Office In Despaln Block.
BALLKRAY A McCOURT, LAWYERS, ASSO-
H. K. COLLIER LAWYER, OFFICE ROOMS
7 ana s, Association Bunding.
CAItTKIt AND UALKY, ATTORNRY8 AT
l.w. utnce in sarins Bank nnlldlng.
HENRY J. HRAN, ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Association niock, Pendleton, Oregon.
N. nEItKKI.EY, ATTORNEY
Office In Association Block.
B. D. BOYD, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Ill
L. B. RRGDF.IL ATTORNEY AT LAW,
STILLMAN AND TIRRCK, ATTORNKY8
at Law. Mr. Stlllman has been admit
ed to practice In United States patent
flees and makes a specialty of I'atcnt Law,
Rooms. 1U. 11, 13, and la Association
ITMAT1LI.A TEXT. NO. 27. K. O. T. M
Meets In Secret Society hall, second and
fourth Tuesdays In each month. All visir
lnc Sir Knlcbts cordially Invited. J. S
Kecs. Record Keeper; K. D. Estabrook,
bfOHAN. DENTIST. OFFICE IN
Lnilor. Phone rea ii.
LuvVDEXTIST. OFFICE IN AS-
s;co tlock over Schmidt's new drug
s red 2ii.
ioANKS AND BROKERS.
I XATIONAI. BANK OF ATUKNA,
a ran rai. ;u.ihiv ; i
16000. Interest on time deposits.
fnriljn and domestic exchauR"
la promptly attended to. Henry
M. president . i Mrs, vice-presi-
h. larnett, casnier; r a. ie-
TENDLETON LODGE. NO. C2, A. F. AND
A. M., meets first and third Mondays ot
each month. visiting brethren welcome.
T. J. Tweedy, w. M. ; joe li. parses, aec.
TENDLETON CHAPTER, NO. 28 T. C.
Taylor. II. I'.. F. F. Wamsley, secretary,
meets second and fourth Fridays of each
month in Masonic ball.
DAMON LODGE. NO. 4. KNIGHT OF
snrnlus and 1 Fl,tcher' K' of r" and S' Ueets "cr
surplus ana ,,,, ,n s,.f oi.v h.n
rARMEIlS' BANK OF WESTON,
Orepon, Does a general hanK-
ni ucnanse uoucnt ana soia.
Su promptly attended to. R.
presiaent; i.eorge w. iToeosiei
sldtnt J. R. Kllgore. cashier; (11
G. A llsrtmnn, M. II, Johns. T.
. C. D. Graw. J. F. Kllgore, Robert
, G w Proebstel.
I rn.NDI.ETON SAVINGS BANK.
t::on. Orecon Organized March 1.
f Capital. J50,(i(0; surplus, 90,000;
mowed on time aepoBlts. isx-
1 lHm;ht and sold on all principal
special attention given to coi
W J Furnish, president; J. N.
Bli-epresident T J Morris, cashier ;
SMiloner assistant cashier.
NATIONAL BANK OF TENDLE-
Upltal, f "0,000: surplus, ?I)5.000.
t ceueral banking business. Ex-
tti tclcjraphlc transfers sold on
sin hrauclsco. New jork and
a! points In the Northwest. Drafts
i emus, .lapan and Europe. Makes
i on reasonable terms. Levi An-
president V F. Matlock, vlce-presl-
B Wade, rashler: n. F Johnson.
MODERN WOOMEN OF AMERICA.
Tututlla Camp, No. 3ft9. Meets first
and third Mondays of each month at Odd
Fellows hall. Oeorge A Hamblln, Con
sul; G. A. Bobbins, Clerk.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD REGULAR
meetings of rendleton Camp. No. 41, w
of W. are held In Secret Society hall every
Saturday evening. Visiting neighbors are
always welcome. J. T. walker, cier ; A.
J Owen, C. C
TYPEWRITERS AND SUPPLIES.
F. i. MERRILL. SFOKANE, WASH.
Agent New Densmore. Second-band type
writers, supplies, renning, repairing.
BOOT ND SHOE REPAIRING.
L. GREENAWALD. THE OLD RELIABLE
Shoemaker. First-class repairing with
best materials. Shop In rear of Dlndlnger
W ilson & CO.
JOHN WILSON, FIRST-CLASS SHOE-
maker and repairer. Best material used
and good work done. Shop 117 Alta St.
CABS AND CARRIAGES.
ICMTECTS AND BUILDERS.
FlIOVVAUP. ARCHITECT AND SU
liirndent makes complete and rella
a for buildings In the city or conn
ICoom 17 Judd building.
RUBBER TIRE HACK, NEW AND VERY
lates style, for the service of the public.
C. D. Carun and Jas. 8. McKay, props. Call
I at the Commercial livery stable or tele
phone main iui ana the nacu win can lor
CITY CAB LINE, ERW1N BAKER, TROT.
Telephone main 3.3. Stand In front of
1 time itc
2 limes 20c
1 week 30c
Extra lines: 10 cent each
I, THr.EE LINES.
I 1 Urns 20c
2 timet SOc
I 1 week 45c
a week; 25 cent line per month.
I won dla jrare turkey at a raffle."
1 suppose yo' drew de fust number?"
"No, saht I drew de fust raiah."
half section ot 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 V1AIN STREET
AND HKALIX 4
Ely's Cream Balm
Eaiy and pleasant to
use. loni&ms no in
li is quiCKiy aDsorDea
Gives relief at once
T t rtrn nrirl rloun coo
the Nasal Passages. PQI 11 Ini HF"AD
Allays Inflammation. tslliJJ ' llC.nl
Heals and protects the membrane Restores
WOMEN MADE MONEY.
Carried on a Unique and Paying Bus
iness. The Now York Sun publishes the
While In Pittsburg a few days ago
I met three ladles who are engaged
In a business that will help to solve
the fuel and some other questions of
domestic economy. These women are
supplying hot cooked meals to fami
lies in that city. The business Is bo
uniquo and interesting that I mado a
careful Inquiry Into Its plan and
scope of operations. If these plans
are generally adopted It will lesseu
the consumption of fuel for cooking
purposes by at least nine-tenths. It
will also settle the vexed question of
domestic servants. Iu this establish
ment one skilled cook, with assist
ance and one fire, does cooking for
20 to 50 families by an Ingenious de
vice, the Invention of a Connecticut
gentleman, which keep the food hot
for eight hours without artificial heat;
and without deteriorating In quality,
flavor of juclncss it will lessen the
number of domestic servants to this
extent; and as the cooking Is done
I by experts, the food will be of better
quality of selection and more proper
ly cooked than we have ever had be
fore. One of these ladies during the past
year has established and conducted
an Institution in one of the Western
states similar to the one now belug
started iu PitLsburg and Is making a
handsome profit. I find also that other
plants, with the use of this heating
LareK iie. 60 oevice, are oeing esiamisueu in oinor
centi at Drngc its or by mall: ! Trial Hlie, 10 cities throughout the New England,
the tenaei of Taste and Sinrll
centi at Dm
cenu by mall,
66 Warren Street, Now York.
A POLE, CONTRACTORS AND,
Hers hKtlmstes furnished on short
Job Work a specialty. I'rompt'
hLup un r.luiT stieet near Main.
BOARD AND LODGING.
(MAY CONTRACTOR AND HUILD-
B8ttmatea tarnished on all kinds
ot.-r, cement alks, stone walls, etc.
Iirdert. at Iiast Oregonlan office.
Dl'THAN. ARCHITECT AND SU-
fei-ndent Room lf. Association
EEU.AR I'LASTKRING AND CE-
Cement walka a specialty. Es-
i hralshed flee Work guaranteed.
Ita at Iladle and ZehuerV clear
MS ft r u. doi un
I-MTtUi: LODOINO HOUSK, CORNER OK1
E. Court and Johnson streets. Good i
large, clean rooms with comfortable beds.
Rates t!Sc and SOc a night. Tbos. Smart, '
HOTEL ALTA. CORNER ALTA AND
Mill streets. Hoard by the day or week.
Good table set. Rates $4 and $0 per 'week.
Pendleton Feed Yard In connection. L.
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENtTtERM
reasonable, at S02 Water St., "Phone red
TnE ST. GEORGE RESTAURANT KEGU.
lar meals cents. Short orders a specialty.
Open dayand night. T. A. Oldfatber, Prop.
inctriciaii, de.ilcrs lu elec
Houses. storMl. wired for
6u. bells or telephones. Klec-
c: an Kind: ot our price?,
JWlto.V FOR WHEAT RACKS.
' wvet In town, 314 Webb St
THE STRAHON ROOMING HOUSE f.18 MAIN
street, Mrs II. E Uoopar, Prop Erervtb ne
new and strictly Urt class.
Rites "i'ic, 59c and
THE WHITE LODOLNG HOrsE, U)i SoCTII
Main ptreci Mrs Mary WJlllftmi, Prop
Housdkeeplufr roomi and lodinK rooms.
Jod comfortable rooms and clean, well kept
beds LodglUL' 2T cents.
N,VD FEED STABLES.
WANTED ADVERTISERS TO MAKE USB
t fn. . ul iutnr cjnsMiuru columns it you nave
K. " fl'tp.y ROA ll 1 AND SALEIHomethliiK you have no use for, offer to
1 ' Clrn. i......i.. ... f. . Anul ...rii If f ! .nmathlnn . t. n . Bnn.A . I,
or tine trade It for something that some other
1 body may hare and hare no use for, some-
P 0J fip. " ' I iiiiuj; iuixi juu waj uet?u in your Business.
FkJ i "'LB FEED YARD, 723 you may have an extra horse that you
L ..""J Street. T Inrtu. v Jt- llntv I ... . .. i -1. . .. . .. .1 .. . .. M .. . . li.i.
.v. .' F?M. anl 8'e stable. Sad- Some body mav have the cow and vehicle
ll times, Horses for sale, nnil wnnr the horn. ISe or 2r. rrnt wurit
bSr WABLES. G. M. FROOME
(tt.Irf Ue5 boarding. All
F How P0t, Competent drive. Op.
-.uieiun 'i-none main ibi.
nd will probably do the business.
OLD NEWSPAPERS TO PUT UNDER
carpets, on shelr.ea walls, or for wrap-
plug purposes Old newspaper In large
L ' UW-(K1 ...... -, . . . . - -; -. ." . .'T
Middle and Western states, and they
aver they can furnish a better article
',of food at a little below the price
i now paid by the average householder,
having the householder the cost of a
cook and the expense of fuel .besides
furnishing food properly cooked, and
it Is my experience of 20 years ex
i tensive travel that there are very
few hotels or restaurants or private
families that hae food propeily cooked-
ii i- " .h i) ns lo pioduce
the best results In iionilnhl lit- ami
satisfying the wants of the human
GEOltoTfTvDAN I EL NKWANl7 SECOND
hand Roods bounht and sold. Conrt St.,
Opera house block, Call and are him.
V STROllLE, DEALER IN SECOND
hand kooiIs. It there Is anything ynu
nel In new or second-band furniture,
stove, granite ware and crockery .call and
cet his prices. No. 212 Court street.
INSURANCE & LAND BUSINES3.
JOE II. PARKER, OFFICE COTTONWOOD
Rt Opera houe block ;lnd office bus.
Iness. such as Mine of claims and Initiating
contests a specialty.
JOHN IIAII.EY. JR.. U. S. LAND COM
mtsaloncr Specialty made of land flllnc
and proof: Insurance and collections. Of
fice In J mid building, room iu.
W S nOVMANLEADlNO PHOTOGRa"
nher of the clt.T. Harvest views. In
illfin photos for sale. Finishing done for
amateurs. Main St., near bridge. 'Phone
VAN DRAN BROS., Props.
The Best Hotel tn Pendleton
and as good an any.
BILLY KRARSIG. BARBER SHOP AND
bath rooms Main treet, three doon north of
Hotel St. Georeo. First rl servlco
NEW TONSORIAL PARLORS, COURT 8T ,
Three doon west ol Golden Rule Hotel, J.
K Pace, Prop. First claa Workmen, overy.
thln clean, all mod-rn Improvements.
LOST-A BLACK ICK WOOL SHAWL BF..
twen Iwls and Main slreetH. lUward ll
be pUl by teturnlnc to this offlt e.
I.03T ON MAIN STREET, A COMBINATION
lock Hume, onutalnlnir a 110 irold niece and
.wo keys. Will pay liberal reward for the re-1
turn to this oOlce
DirxKT Time Schedulo akbivi
fob From Pendleton feok
Chicago- Salt Lake, Denver. Ft.
Portland Worth, Omaha, Kan
Bpeclal sas City, St. Louis, IMi.a
S'.'iO p. ra. Chicago and Kstt
ington, Atlantic Salt Luke, Denver, Ft.
Express Worth, Omaha, Kan-
5:4 j a m. sas City, St. Louts, 11:10 p. a.
viaUuut- Chicago uud E,wt.
a u..,i ' Walla WalU,Lewltton,
5..tSfVii Spokane. Wallace,
a!i. J! ' Pullman, Mlnneapo- ....
8 15a.m. u, n. Paul, Duluth,
SDokane ' Milwaukee, Chicago
Spokane. ,nd Eat.
A Realistic Small Boy.
I A small bo, who lives at Spokane
1 had been accustomed to vlaitjiiir the
' j fetation and making friends with the
, railroad men. He persuaded bis aunt
j to play train with him the other day.
i tie arrangea me cnairs in a une, auu
I then said: "Now, you bo the engineer
I and I'll be the conductor. Lend me
! your watch and set up Into your cab."
He then hurried down the platform.
' time-piece iu hand.
"Pull out, you red-headed, pie-faced
I Jay," he shouted to the astonished
I jouns wfltnau.
"Why, Willie!" she exclaimed in
I "That's risht. diew the r:it." he !-
tnrturl "Pull ..lit W., nr., flu,, tnlti.
! utes late already."
That boy Is not allowed to ft liter
' nlze with rallioad men anyrnore.
FOR SALE AT TIIE KABT ORIWONIAN
office, large bandies of newspapera, con
taining over 100 big papers raa V b
talaed for 25 centi a bnndlt,
IN POtWIwrHE FOLI.OWINO DESCRIBEII
nlmals have been taken up by the marshal
or the City ot Pendleton, to-wlt: One dark
brown geldlne, star In (see, t years old, weight
N pontiffs, no brand visible. 'ne tohh geld
lng, bald luce, 3 white legs, dim brand on left
shoulder and lelt hip, b years old, weight rVX)
pounds. II said animals are not claimed by
the ownen or those entitled tothe pokmIoii,
c-it and expensesagalnst them paid and them
taken nwav within ten days from the date
hereof, then at 2 o'clock p m, ot the. nth dar nt
Iicccmoer, inn sain animHii win n suui iw
the hlghet bidder, at public auction, fur rath,
a int cut pound, on me corner ni i.oiiiiuwuuu
and Webb streets. In the Cltv ot Pendlct n, tho
proceds ot such sale to bo applied to the pay
ment ot such roitx and expenses of making
ssle Dated this 26th day of November, V.W.
J. A, BLAKELY. City Marshal,
IN POUND-THF. FOl.M)WIN(i PESCKUIED
animals have boon taken up by the marshal
of the Cltr ni Pendleton, to wit: One bay mare
mule, collar marks, weigh', about 9"0 pounds,
no brand vhlble. one buy mire, about li years
old. star on forehead, weight about ROD pounds,
in brand visible. If raid nnlmiils are not
clulnied by the owners or tbo.e emltled to tho
possession of them, costs and expenses airalnst
inein nnin and iiifiu inin awav wiiniu leu
days from the dato hereof, then lit 2 o'clock n.
m. of the.'lrd dftv of December. P.OJ. the said
nnlrrals wdl be sold lo the highest bidder, at
publlo auction, for cash, at tho rdly pound, on
the corner of Cottonwood and Webb streets. In
said City of I'endlet'm, the proceeds of Much
sale ti be appllod 1 1 the p.ument of such coils
and exnenses of maktna sale. Ilstetl this 'Jtst
day of November, 11KU J A. Ulakely, Clly
Hoadqnarters for Travollng Hea.
Commodious Sample Rooms,
Rates $2 & $2.50
Special rates by week or month,
Prompt DliiliiKroom Service.
Uvcry Modern Convenience
Bar and billiard room iu connection
Only Three Blocks from Depot.
GOLDEN RULE HOTEL
Corner Couit and Johnsuti Stlrr Is,
NI. F. Kelly, Proprlotor.
Ocean and River Schedule.
8:00 p. m.
8:00 p m.
10M) p. in.
All sailing dates iub-
Ject to change. i
Ball every 6 days.
To Astoria aud Way
i aw p. m.
The Pride of Herou.
Many soldiers In the last war wrote
to say that for scratches, bruises,
cuts, wounds, corns, sore feet and stiff
joints, Bucklen's Arnica Salve Is the
best In the world. Samo for burns,
scalds, bolls, ulcers, skin eruptions
and piles. It cures or no pay. On'y
2Cc at Tallmr.n & Co.'u drug store.
er Webb street.
Pbone at the EAST OREGONI AN office, Pendle
!0E COMMISSION CO.
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $300,000,
anl Sells Grain, Provisions, Stocks, Bonds and Cotton for
Cash or Future Delivery
rf,,..- ..u veriiiiiHiit n ii, ..I.. i. ...i ..a ... :n... .... .ii, rv,
Wsiriaii , "?tnot,texten8ive private wire syatera in the world we can execute
We tuuX.." UM,re promptly ami uatlsfactory than any other concern.
1 pot5hi V w exeute orders when llmlta are reached. We do not hold
-GrJn lo tE,QU,RED-Graln lc per bushel, ritocks T2 per share. Commla
nCd,bushel. Stocks i of 1 per cent
'""""f -uook or Htatistics ana Daily Marketrree. Write ror it.
ML KKKKitKNCKt J'ondleton Soviugs Hauk
ln7BofVi!' "kof Commerce Building. Minneapolis Minn. Ex
'kni Colfax p!1VinclPal towns and cities of the Northwest, including
vires nnd; viue, uayton, wan a walla, Moscow, renaie
uver. uer co""tnietlon to Portland. Tacoma. Seattle. Everett and
K vj. . . -
t6t our 76 offloe'aVe 8U 0,n trade orfaccount with us you can ojerate It in
ss, iiAiucn, yt cblciii manager
1'fndletou Onice, IIS Court Street. Phone Main 401
C. MAJOR. Loal Manager
Willaruotto If Ivor.
Boats leave Portland dally, except 8undj
fstage ot water permitting) lor Wlllamelte an
Yamhill River jmlnU.
5s. m. !
Snake River Lewlstot
Klparia to Lewlsbin 7M0a.ni
May Attempt to Curb Trusts.
Concord, N. II., Dec. 'L Tin- con
ventlon which Is to frame a new ion
btllullon for the state of New Hamp
shire con veiled lodjy with William
j K. Chandler, ex-senatoi of the United
States, In the chair. The pioceedliiKHj
IN POUND-THK rOLt.OWl.Vn I)KCKIHKII
animals have been taken unbr the morahal ot
tbni'ltyol Pendleton, to-wlt: Onos irrel Itoan
raiding, white strip In (ace, dim brand on
left hip. 9 years old: woitiht 11C0 pounds, shod
all round One bay mate, 7 years old. left hind
loot crooked, welnlit 120U pounds, white spot
In (ace, dim brand on lelt shoulder One man
gelding, .weight 1100 lbs, 6 years old star on
oreneaa, "aey" orana on im snnuiner. mm
brand on right shoulder, two while bind (ret.
One black mare. 'I years old, while spot In fore
head, weight 100 pounds, dim brand on lelt
smolder. Ono sorrel yearling fllly, while strip
In (ace, no brand visible. One light sorrel
mare,:) years old, we'gbt IfK) pounds, whit"
trip In (ace. right hind loot while, dim brand
on le(t hip. One sorrel mare, white spot In
(ace, weight 1000 pounds, dim brand on lelt
shnnlder, Cvearsold, One sorrel yearllug lllly
white spot In (nrrhuad, rlubl bind loot white,
no brand visible II said animals are not
claimed by the owner or those, entitled
to the posserslon ot It, roils and expenses
against It paid and It taken nwsy with.
In ten days In in the date hereol, then at '1 n'
clock p. in, or the 8th day n( December, l'.wj,
the raid animal will be sold to the highest
bidder at public auct'on (or cash, at the city
pound, ou the corner of Cottonwood and Webb
stiect'ln said Cltv ol Pendleton. I lie proceeds
o( such salu lo be appllrd to the payment ol
sucb co'ts and expenses ol making sale Daled
Ibis 2Mb day o( November, l'.sr.'.
J. A Blakely, Cltv Marshal
IN POUND TIIE KOI.LOWINO DKHIIIIIRKII
animals have been taken up by the marshal
ol the City nt Pendleton, to-wlt
One sorrel mare, while spot on nose,, age 7
years, weight 1100 pounds, no brand Tlilblu,
One rorrel mare colt, no brand Visible,
One bay mare, white In lace, weight lnoo
pounos, c years oiu, no nmna visible
Ono bay mare, while star In lace, U years old,
weight 11(0 pounds, no brand vlslide
One bay gelding, white s'rlpln laca, welrht
HOO pounds, scar on right hind leg, no brand
One brown mare, 7 years old, weight 1 100
pounds, no brand visible.
One brown rnare, branded "horse shoe" on
right shoulder, i years, weight H pounds.
Ono sorrel and white rnare rolt, white lacs,
no brand visible
One bay yearling horse coll, while late,
branded "horse shoe" on right shoulder and
Onebar mare, bald (ace. two white hind feet
right (rout foot white, 6 years old, weight 10
Pounds, nun brand on right shoulder
One brown rolt, while In (ace, no brund
HEATED y STEAM
LIGHTED UY ELECTMCITY
Aniiii'ii'iiii I'luii, iiuim i -tn in s'.'.txi
i;iii'i)..iiii i'luii. roi. i,mi,
Milal int- liy wimk or inoiilli,
Tree 'bus meets all train;.
Coninierclal trade Hollclted
Pine sample ritoiu
SiR'tial Alleiition llivt'ii Ctmntry Trade
CORNER MAIN AND WEBB STS.
F. r. WAMBLEY. Agent. Pendleton. more than ordinary attention owlngl, ""fjy ffifllS&iilJftiKZ
Chicago, St. Paul, Ht. Louiu, Kan
sas City, Ht. Joe, Omaha, and
All Points East and South
Portland and points
on tbo Sound
Leave Pendleton, dally except Saudars al
Arrive Pendleton Monday, Wednesday and
Friday 11 2Spm.
Arrive Pendleton Tuesday. Thursday and
Saturday 8 35 am.
Leave Walla Walla dally, east bound, II MO pa.
Arrive Walla Walls dally, west bound, 8 MS am.
Tor Information regarding rates and acccm.
modatloos, call on or address
vv. Auame, Agtui,
t. B. CALOKKUKAD.a. P. A,
nsiu nana, naao.
to the sentiment amoiif; the dclegatea i ousts and expenses against ihsm paid und"
In favor of adopting stringent moaa- 'n". l,r,",!l",'.,,,',,:1i ,u " .'TVJi!
ures ookinK to .he reflation 0,,
; tl'UHth wtlllli the IjoiiikIk ol New Id lo the lil'li.at tlMir. at publln auction.
Hampshire. Mr. Chandler haa iBBued coUmwoodind w" .uSiuX 111 '17 Vt
a statement to the inetnhera of the , Pendletoo, the pro'eeds or such sale to be ap
ronvoiitloii In which tin hiil'i'I'kIk an P"ed lo the payioant ol such costs and !
convention in wiikii no siifegLHtb an En,, 0 ,ak'ing s4lc Dated this Mh day ol
amendment kIvIiik the leKislatnre, KovsmUr.lw, J, a niaieiy, city Marshal.
power to anpervme anil regulate an
corporations nrohlljltine (lctitloii "OTIOE ro HTOCKiioi.DEas. NOTICK IS
capitalization and devices for I he sup
pression of competition and to securu
publicity In their operations.
San Francisco, Cal., Dec, 2, -The
annual convention of the State Fruit
growers' Association, which opened
today In Pioneer hall, bids fair to he,
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mo niuBi. iuijjui Laiii. jii inu uiBiury Ul
tbo association, -which extends over
a period of a quarter of a century.
Today's proceedings were largely of i
a preliminary nature,
quent sessions, which
hereby riven tbal there will I an annual
meeting ol the slock holders ol the Kast Orvgo
nlmi Publishing Company on Wednesday, De
cember 3rd. IUUJ. at i o'clock p. ro at the of
fice ul said iimp4iiy, In Pendleton, Oregon,
(or the purpoe of electing officers (or the en
suing year W r MaTtocg, President ; Yhtu
W. LaHHCix, Secretary,
GEO. DAflVEAU, Prop.
Steam hea tec
lilock and a half from depot
Sample room In connection.
ROOM RATE 50c, 75c, 1.0f
American Plan, tl per day aud upward.
Ilradquaiters for tounata and cuiuiuciciat trav.
tiers, bpeclal rates made to families and single
geutlcmcu The management will be plowed
at all times to show loom aud glre prks. A
modern Turkish balhcatabllabuirullu Ui buUl.
II C 1IOWKKB, Manager.
Dabbltt Metal, belt In tha world, In
bare. Price 91 per bar, at tha KmH
mmw HH Aiaurisfr r rroTP sr rs rir',oupiDEHE'
HsK ble VIWlur.thepriiMrtiiUonolaliuuoiMPrerichpl'yfcb'lan.wlll qt.lciiyu; tijm uiH
tH M. '""'OUtor div-aoacf the glluraUVa organs, aucli as MaulK.u.l, JuawMltslia,
7 WfBil ,Ji l Hiaatk,uilii ilsulaafuu, Krrium !eallll, t'liuulM
Mthn ailliRA- ryawreaaroaii i w -at organs
luo muubo-. 'iliornuoaautrercri, arauot
continue all UOVlDKUIt the only known
J;"'.." laiueBaekeuilaal i:sulaalou, Krrium lleklllly, l-liuplM
llalllueaatuMairrr, slaauallBt; Jlralua, rurlrurel laud OMStlimtloOL
it slop all liMesbdayornlslil. IVertMUuuicknaMi,(liM,iaiv,..vii:iilliiyti.btelii4
leaIs 10 biraiUirrliu? uud all Ibt horrors ollmbot' r I'lliilMiirrrauaotCj
up nuiiBsauu mo uiuuur organs u an itt.ii r si j'iuju;jmgiwut
cured by rMctonureeiiMl)perneii. irourr I Willi I'roalJMSllsl
irm'tiy ut cure wiuioui n opeMi.ou. lv r ,vuiunmt, M ivfiiiva
i s t,uxts dot uvt APstt a otriusoeat tura. iuikwui luua
,,. .., ,,', ,", . , fninleeglven an'irnoi.rfetnriiun
week, many topics of Interest to 5nu7 6an.i (urvKKHirrcuiaraoiri woniaisT ""r
those engaged in the fruitgrowing
industry will bo discussed.
Udra.aK4.Vlir. MKIMf.'f M ' .. J' u Uev Sim. Kan PVx-'K r
SOLO QV TALL MAN A CO., DRUGQI8T8, PENDLETON, ORBOOM.