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gtfSaess Catds and Societies
BCFESSIONS AND TRADES. ALPHABETICALLY ARRANGED.
TmToff'ck in judd
r.isnhone red 3T1.
VV '.iL-t eve troubles, catar-
Mmu '"T . , i nnl
SatIiict Bunk. Telephone
...r,.l.lJ. w, ' . -
i Telephone, main 031 : resl-
yiiltc ...... .
i t imrns. OSTEOPATHIC
. ft .
jCTtra diseases ana aisrascB oi wo
ijii building, corner Main and
j Office phone main 721 ; Ilea.
UIGUAN. DENTIST. OFFICE IN
Idlaj. I none rea i.
L'iSX. DENTIST. OFFICE IN AS
:ioa block over Schmidt's new drug
'Bone red 271.
UMATILLA TEXT. NO. 27. K. O. T. M.
Moots In Secret Society hall, second and
fourth Tnesdays In each month. All visit
ing Sir Knights cordially InTlted. J. S.
Kccs. Uecord Keener: K. II. r-stshrnnfc.
PENDLETON LODGE, NO. 52, A. F. AND
A. M., meets first and third Mondays of
encn momn. isuinp oretnren welcome,
T. J. Tweedy, W. M. ; Joo n. Parkes, Sec.
PENDLETON CnAPTEIt, NO. 2S T. a
Taylor. H. P.. F. F. Warns ev. secretarv.
meets second and fourth Fridays of each
mourn in Aiasonic nail.
DAMON LODGE. NO. 4. KNIGHT OF
Pythias. U. w. Held, C. C. : It. W.
Fletcher. K. of II. and S. Meets everr
.Monuuy in secret society nan.
MODEItN WOOMEN OF AME1SICA."
Tuttillla Camp. No. KID!). Meets first
anil third Mondnys of each month at Odd
I'eiiows hail, uooree A Harablln. Con
sul; a. A. Rcbblns, Clerk.
WOODMEN OF TnE WOULD REGULAR
meetings of Pendleton Camp. No. 41. W.
of W. are held In Secret Society hall every
Saturday cvenlne. Vlsltlnc neighbors are
always welcome. J P Walker, Clerk; A.
J Owen, C. C.
JAMES A. FEE, LAW OFFICE IN JUDD
HAILEY & LOWELL, ATTORNEYS AT
law. Office In Despatn Block.
CADS AND CARRIAGES.
ItUlHtER TIRE HACK. NEW AND VERY
latea style, for the service of the public.
C. D. Caran and Jas. 8. McKay, props. Call
at the Commercial livery stable or tele
phone main 101 and the hack will call for
CITY CAR LINK, 1511WIN IIAKRtl, PltoT.
Telephone main 3.13 Stand In front of
I rench restaurant.
TYPEWRITERS AND SUPPLIES.
P. S MERRILL, SPOKANE. WASH
Agent New Dcwmore. Second hand type.
outers, supplies, rcllnlng, repairing.
VAN DRAN BKOS., Prop.
The Best Hotel in Pendleton
and as good as any
BALLERAY & M ("COURT, LAWYERS. AS
II. K. COLLIER, LAWYER, OFFICE
rooms 7 and S, Association building.
BANKS AND BROKERS,
CARTER & RALEY, ATTORNEYS AT
law. Office In Savings Bank building.
HENRY J. BEAN, ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Association Block, Tendleton, Oregon.
N BERKELEY, ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office In Association Block.
NATIONAL BANK Or ATHENA,
Capital. $50,000; surplus and
(SflOO. Interest on time deposits.
l. ,...lnn nrwf Unma.f n arrna ri rrm
.1.1 . m T ri.l. .1. I
t U Rarnett. cashier ; F 8. Le-1 j. it. REEDER, ATTORNEY
E. D. BOYD. ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Oregon Does a general bank-
prtslileiit Ueorge w. rroeostei.
u A ti2"imau, ai. ai. jdoqb, x.
tl n npnw T fl I?flnr, Trnwrr
PENDLETON 8AVINGS BANK,
rton. Oreson Organized March 1,
Capital, 30,000; surplus, $90,000;
mowed on time deposits. I;x-
to;M and sold on all principal
special attention given to col
li J rurnlsu. president; J. Ki.
urutm lie it i .1 Yiurris. i nnif i r-i .
-NATIONAL BANK OF rENDLE
Capttal, f 70,000: surplus, $05,000.
ai telegraphic transfers sold on
Man h'Mn.uin K.w vnrr nnn
points In the Northwest. Drafts
China. Japan and Europe. Makes
R warle. cashier- II r Jonnson,
"He's at the head or ih.
" n1 lit thf font of lilt- .
STILLMAN A PIERCE, ATTORNEYS AT
law. Mr. Stlllman has been admitted to
practice In United States patent offices
and makes n specialty of Patent Law.
Rooms 10, 11, 12 and 13, Association
BOOT mND SHOE REPAIRING.
L. GREENAWALD. THE OLD RELIABLF.
Shoemaker. First-class repairing with
best materials. Shop In rear of Dlndlnger
Wilson & C O.
HITECTS AND BUILDERS.
jonN wrLSON, first-class shoe-
maker .and repairer. Best material used
and good work done. Shop 117 Alta St.
LIVERY AND FEED STABLES.
THE CITY LIVERY BOARD AND SALE
8table, M J Carney, proprietor, for fine
turnouts, stable 118 Alta ctreet.
THE OLD SEMPLE FEED YARD, 723
Cottonwood streft. Lindsay 4: Doty
props. Livery, feed and sale stable. Sad
dle horses at all times. Horses for sale.
Thone red 41.
Despam & Clark
Will pay cash for poultry. The
Market price always. Bring it in
every day and all day. Chickens,
Geese, Ducks and Turkeys.
Office in E, O. Building
Come, Get Our Quotations
LABOR TROUBLES A PRE-
CURSER OF HAPPINESS,,
I COMMERCIAL STABLES, G. M. FROOME 1
Prop. Livery, feed and boarding, ah I
1 li-lnrla rtf tltpnnTlto Pnmnpfplll flPlPPfl. Ill,-
Him K 'H I I LI AINU U- I TTnl DAUtnn 'Phnn, main 1RT
lor nuuflins in iuc cuy or uuun-
om 11 Jndd building.
COLE, CONTRACTORS AND
Estimates furnished on short
Job Work a specialty. Prompt
Bbop on Bluff street near Main.
v f-nvTiiiprnii Avn nrtu.n.
txtimates rnrnlshed on all kinds
am nr Tnap nroirnn fln nrTIr
OREGON FEED YARD, W. T. BOYNTON
prop. Special care given to norees leit i
with me. Lower Webb street 'Phone
red 204. 1
BOARD AND LODGING.
EMPIRE LODGING HOUSE, CORNER OF
E. Court and Johnson streets. Good
Iarne. clean rooms with comfortable beds. .
Rates 2,1c and 5')c a night. Thos. Smart,
HOTEL" ALTA, CORNER ALTA AND I
Mill streets. Board by the day or week.
Good table set. Rates ?4 and ?c per weeK
Pendleton Feed Yard In connection L.
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT, TERM
reasonable, at 502 Water St., 'Phone red
THE ST. GEORGE RESTAURANT REGU
lar meals 'ft centi. snort oroers a upeciauy.
ahd Union Pacific
ImisUns, dealers In elec ! """ ' "
Houses, stores, wired for , TtrE StraBon KOOMING HOU5K r.is MAIN
Wile tf lolaniinfiua I . mnn Una II If Pnnrr Prnn P"vti-ri)i tl O
-THE WHITE LOIKJI-JO HOOSE, 301 SOUTH
I Main street Mm. Mary Williams, Prop
rr. , . luU3ChmIU(i .uup,.i.p.
h'OH WHFAT HAI'KN. i flnnrt ,im fortnltln rfirim Kllfl Clean, well ECD1
in town, an Meoo at. doq ijaEini: cub.
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS 5300,000
SsHs Grain, Provisions, Stocks, Bonds and Cotton for
Gash or Future Delivery
n in-ml pxiHimivH nr vhih w in m vhu; u i ii 1,1113 nunu nuiriiu
-ftdmeP til uY.nii, (ifiuM tL Iium litnitv ttvtt r.'Ui'tlHil. n do not liOlU ,
"fill p. 1 - p - . w.
PIIENK! 75 Nntolnul and StaUs Uauka.
AL KKKKUEXCK: Pendleton HavlntfM UaukJ
"Aiuanp Hanlr t ..-.w f..ll.l.,. AT In hiurjHu Mllill H !
In ft I Ul VAJUtUttljC JUUUUIIlf,, uiuaaH.u
lu0ortlll-Ttilrif1tn1 n..Aa ...wl ntvi vf Ts7rirfliu.'Mi- llinllliif nr
nima 1 j . -m) mMitc, iajiwM, ...--t " - t -t ,
u. ir . . . ,
"offlces H HANSEN. Western Manager.
'endletou Offlce, 1 IB Court Streot. 1'boue Molu 401
G. MAJOR. Local Manaaer
DEST Time Schedule abkivs
ro From I'ondletou thou
Chicago- Salt Lake, Denver, Ft.
Portland Worth, Omaha, Kan
Special inl City, St. Loula, IMi.b
6:30p.m. Chicago and KI
ington. Atlantic Salt Utko, Denver, Ft.
Express I Worth, Omaha, Kan-
5:4' a. m. sas City, St. ixuli, 11:10 p. m
via Hunt- ! Chicago and Eait.
a, I Walla, Weila.Lewlston,
11 Spokane, Wallace,
lifii 1 Pullman, Mlnneapo- ..M . m
Bnokane Milwauke, Chicago
Spokane. and Et5t-
Ocean and River Schedule.
j All ailing dat bub-
I Sail every 5 days. j
"Kily j "j "
BuX Colubl W' j 4W0p.m,
IMp m. To Astoria and Way Sunday
100 p 111. 1 I
Boats leave Portland dally, except Sunday,
(stage of water permitting) for Willamette anr)
Yamhill River polnU.
Leave i Leave
KlparU Snake River Lewlitos
4 5 a. a. ' KlparU to LewUlon 70h. a:.
Excpt Mon Kxcpt Mo
! ArchbishoD Ireland Savs That
manlty is Entering Into a
Period of Development.
Archbishop Ireland made an ad
dress during the civic federation
meeting in which ho said the year
almost gone had confirmed the oriel
nators of the Civic Federation In their
conviction that they were engaged In
a great and salutary work that of
striving to bring together, to put face
to face, capital and labor, so that the
one would understand the rights of
the other, so that the one would be
willing to perform Its own duty to
ward the other, and that in this man
ner industrial peace should be made
to reign over the country.
"No greater task today," he said,
"could be given to a minister of
Christ's gospel than to contribute in
some little way to establish this reign
of industrial peace. It is not surpris
ing that there are arising disputes
and collisions. Humanity Is entering j
into a now period of development
and all development and all growths
in a being, whether physical or moral,
originate with the feeling of uneasi
ness and In a sentiment that new
conditions have been found and that
the moment has come for i.ew adapt
ability. The conditions which con
front us, far lrom being discouraging,
are really such as to give hope and
comfort, such as to bring us to seek
out solutions with all the hopeful
ness of approximate victory.
"Labor, In Its efforts to secure for
Itself a Just and reasonable propor
tion of the wealth that It and capital
together are creating, necessarily for
the tlmo being comes somewhat Into
conflict with capital. And what seems
at present to threaten somewhat pub
lie peace and to arrest somewhat the
growth of prosperity Is but a pro
cursory sign of greater bocial happl'
ness and of greater social wealth. It
Ib not at one meeting, It Is not In 0110
year that all these great ptoblems
can be solved. At the same, time we
must feel sure that a solution is com
ing. Humanity has sufficient mind
and has sufficient good-will to settle
all matters In which It Is vitally in-tfrested."
GEORGE O'DANIEL, NEW ANO RKCONU
hand goods bought and sold. Court St,
Opera house block, Call and see him.
V. STROtU.H. HEALER IN SECOND-
nand rooub. ir there Is any thins yon
need In new or second hand furniture.
, .,,.-. .i.wiu "air nun liuvnnjr ,VH MUM
Ktt his prices. No. 212 Court street
INSURANCE & LAND BUSINESS.
JOIJ II. PARKES, OrKICR COTTONWOOD
St. Opera house block '.land office bus,
Iness, such as flllng of claim and Initialing
contests a specialty
JOHN HAILEY," JR., IT. S, LAND COM-mtssloner-
-Specialty made of land Mings
and proof; Insurance and collections, or
flee In Judd building, room 10.
Hoadqnartors for Trnvollng Moo.
Commodious Sample Rooms.
BILLY KRASSIO. 1HR11KR SHOP AND
otn rooms Main treet. three doors north
Hotel St. George. Flrnt clam rervtce
Rates $2 & $2.50
NKW TONSORIAL PARLORS. COt'RT SV .
Three, doori wet of Ooldcn Rule Hotel. J,
II Pace, Prop First cl Workmen, every
thing clean, all modern Improvoncntn.
rATTON'S RARRRR SHOP, DESI'AIN BLOCK,
Court Street. Rett workmanhlp. All the
modern Improvement? Rath to.imi In con,
W S. IIOWMAN, LHADINO I'HOTOORA
pher of tho city. Hnrveat view". In
dlan photon for tale. Finishing done tor
amateurs. Main St., near bridge. 'Phone
LOST IN NKIOIinORIIOOIl "0F 8IRTERS'
School Monday morning, pnrte containing
ovrraeven dollar. Finder plno leave at R.
O. office. Mr K, L Grant, flullx.
FOUND HtCYCLEr THK MAN WHO LI? FT
Mcyclffl at Neagle Ilro'n MnnMne Shop on
tbe rtof th incnth, may have It by calling
at the shop.
Special rates by week or month.
Prompt Dlulngroom Service.
Kvery Modern Coiiveiiletxu.
Bur aud billiard room In eonnooUoo
Only Three Blocks from Depot.
GOLDEN ROLE HOTEL
Coturi Cuuil ami Johnwii MlccU,
remllrtuu, Oregon ,
M. F. Kolly, Propriotor.
WANTED A POSITION AH" FOREMAN ON
larie wheat or ftock ranch hv experlenecd
hand; ft-H-clan references Addrew M , box
M, I-Bxlnton, Oro.
ARE FOR HANNA.
F, r. WAMBLEY, Agent, Feadlaton.
PERFECTION IN FLOUR
cTned n BYERS' BEST. Better flour cannot
e cts of the wheat crop enters in Byers'
rlour, which is right for bread and
N&LETON ROLLER MILLS
W. S. Bycrs, Proprietor;
Chicago, St. Paul, Ht. Leulu, Kan
sas City, Bt. Joe', Omaha, and
All Points East and South
Portlasd aod polaU
oo the Sound
Le rendleton, dally except Buudaya al
Men Identified With Trusts Are Said
to be Opposing Roosevelt.
Washington, D, C, U'c, 10. It in
evident that a meat many public
men are considering Senator Hanna
as a presidential possibility. Those
are the men who are closely Identified
with, or are supposed to represent,
large corporate Interests and capital.
They are watching everything In the
closest manner, and. If there Ik a pos
sibility of defeating Koosesvelt for
the presidential nomination they will
not hesitate to plunge Into the cam
paign. As the situation now stands,
all of them recognize the great popu
larity of the president throughout
the country and are aware that unless
something occurs to change that con
dition he will surely be nominated.
At the same time they figure that
16 months will elapse befoie the
fctates again elect delegates to the
National convention lir 1004, and that
In that time the wave of popularity for
Itoosevcltt which Is now believed to
be at its height, will subbide, and the
country wil be leady for another man
IN POUND THE KOI.LOW1NO DESHUinKI)
unlmnlii have heen taken up by ttm marahal
of tho City of Pendleton, to-wlt:
One iorrer nnr-, white pot on nofe, ge 7
yrr, welfht 1100 pmind, ro brnnd vllblc,
One orrel mre colt, no trnd vlnlhle.
One bv mute, white In tare, weight 1000
pound. f yer old, no hrmd vlnthlo
On hay mare, white Mr In luce, fl years old,
wplnht 11(0 pounds, no hr.inrt vlHMe.
"ne bay celdlni, whlto f'rlp In lace, welsh!
linn pmnili, tear on right hind leg, no brand
One brown mare, 7 yean old, weight 1100
Hound, no brand vl'thle.
One brown mare, branded "hnrrenhno" on
rtfrht ahoulder, A year, weight foil potimta.
One orrel and white maro colt, white face.
no brnnd visible.
Ono bv Teiirlfnir ho'ae colt. whltiMacr.
branded "horse ahoe" on rlRht ahoulder and
Onebay mare, bald face, two white hind feet,
right front foot white, 6 yeara old. weight 'JOO
ponnd. dim brand on right nhntilder.
One Lrown colt, whltv lu lace, no brnnd
II raid anlniaN are not ctalined by the own
en or tho entitled to tb poiwutlon of them,
cogti mid ezpemea agalnit them paid hiio
them tuleii away within ten daya from the
date hereof, then t 2 o'clock p m of the 10th
dav ol necembr, 1W2. the aald anlml will tie
noldtothe hlghcit bldltr, at public auction
forraih.at the el'y rd, on the cornerol
Cottonwood and W b nt recta. In the rlly of
Pendleton, (he pro"edi of auch tain to b ap
plied to the payment of audi out and nx
pnsei of making ".Ie, Dated tliir '.nth dav of
November, 10(W. J. A. Illakely, City Maritml.
HEATED BV STEAM
LlflllTEL) BY ELECTIilCITY
Aniitrleaii I'Iiiii, rnl-n.sl -.'n tii. CM!
per lint .
Kuroptxtii I'Iiiii, nilr. TAn. 91. DO,
SmiImI t-uliw li.v ivi.'i'l. or iiioiil Ii,
Pret- 'bus iiiecU all trains;
Coiiiiiiercinl trade solicited
rine suuiple ruoni
Special Adt'iitioii (liven Counlry Trade
IC0RNKR MAIN AND WKBU aTS.
half section ol fine wheat
land, all in suiiuili;r-lal
low, north of Pendleton.
Almost a section of 'land in
one hody, a short dis
tance north of town.
FRANK B. GLOPTOM
800 fVAIN STRfeET
GEO. DAIIVEAU, Prop.
Block and a hall lrom dcpoL
Sample room In connection.
GOt), 7fju, $1,U
8PAIN TO REBUILD HER FLEET
Program of New Mlnltter of Marine
for Large Expenditure,
Madrid, Dec. 10, MinlBtor of ma
rlne Toca hau ent a circular letter to
all the naval departments, Inviting
the officials to annlst In preparing a
new naval program to no suummen
jto the Cortes. He propones to Increase
4 A tim
Arrive Pendleton Monday, Wednedy and jje naVaI estimatos In J903 by 6,
Arrive Fendleton Tuutdky,
Huturday sag am.
Thnxedey &od oou.oou, ana aiterwara to Krauuaiiy
! increase litem until the annual ex-
WnlU Wall daily, eat bound, u ap pto. pendlture reachea 120,000,000. He ex
i Walla WalU dally, weet Uond, 8U4aa. " . ,t ... tba ,ft . .
For Information resardint rate and acoMf . fl .
modatlona.caUonoraddreai Duija tne new neet.
"" W. ADAMB, Agent,
a ni.nMHUDfl FendUton. Oregon, I Jlemember 0lat a Pendleton Indian
'B-0AWKHvruVi&,Vub. robe ia a useful and appropriate gift.
t'rbana, III . Oct, 20, I'M,
I)r IVrtln, Helena, Mom
Pear Hlr- I have ln trying
through the drurglrta here to oblalii
auothi-r bottle of your pile ipecfflc
aa 1 have been a auffeier from them
for many ycata I law the "ad" In
tho iM ol Weaitle, aoinetiinu lu May
lait, At that Hue IwmUOinlln
north ofieallle, Mil went down to
Heatllp and found It I bare ucl It
up and have been tiyliitf to g t mote
It but htlped me very much, more
lo tban auyluluK I have ever uted
and I have been try auxlom toute
If A, Chandler
American flau, lj per day mid upwai4.
ItcadLjuaiteia for lourltU and commirrcial liar,
clcrs. bprcialratra uiade lo fauillica and aJugle
gciillcuirn The maiiagemciit will be plcaied
at all lliuca to show room and givr prfre. A
oibdtru TurkUh bathratablUluiKiitiu the hotel,
II C. UOWKKH, Manager.
Fine . . .
Kor tilt- holidays, Roger
brothers' silver kniveb and
W. J. CLARKE & CO.
ik, Nervqua lir
T imkwm, kv. v .... a - - . ." . . . 1 1 . . . . . . i. .
SOLD BY TALLMAH A CO., DRUQOI8T8, PENDLSTOH, OPBWM,