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gtfsiness Cards and Societies
PROFESSIONS AND TRADE8. ALPHABETICALLY ARRANGED.
-ZTZ nPPIPB IN JUDD
0- "'"'X... in to 12 a. m.
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fLLER. D.. DSPAIN BLOCK.
urtf nd Impairs hearing
Id "'.'"""lloln 1181.
jJsife telephone. Main 301,
"n t n rfflMnnPATITIf!
larVumor' Office in Judd
T.nnp Office, back 73
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irZ Toicniinnp. male 0.11: real
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Ec main 331
rSrES AKBYES. OSTnOPATHIC
Lwidi. Chronic and nervous aiseascs
LliltJ O&icp one diock wei ui iuai'
frcBCCHLY, PHYSICIAN AND BUR
'lI.N'N K 11LAKB8I.BK, UUIIUSIL'
t itrTOUS aiReaaea auu uweus
Jndd Dunaing, corner jmiu uuu
i !u.. Office "phone main 721 ; Res.
VACGIIAN. DENTIST. OFFICE IN
I ircltdloj. 'Phone red 71.
MACK. DENTIST. OFFICE IN AS-
futlco block over Schmidt's new drug
Tfcone red -ii.
BANKS AND BROKERS.
NATIONAL HANK OF ATI! EN A,
on. capital, tsu.uuu ; surplus ana
16000. Interest on time deposits.
In foreign and domestic exchange.
rtloni promptly attended to. Henry
Urns, president : T. J. Kirk, vfee-presl-C.
L. Harnett, cashier: F S. Le
ft, assistant cashier.
UMATILLA TENT, NO. 27. K. O. T. M.
Meets In Secret Society hall, second and
fourth Tuesdays In each month. All visit
ing Sir Knights cordially Invited. 3. S,
Kees, Record Keeper; E. D. Entabrooli,
PENDLETON LODGE. NO. 152, A. F. AND
A. M., meets first and third Mondays of
each month. Visiting brethren welcome.
i. j. Tweedy, w. si.; Joe ii. rarkes. Sec
PENDLETON CHAPTER, NO. 28 T. C.
'rayior, it. i, r. v. wamsley, secretary.
meets seconu ana rourtn i t mays or each
muuin in masonic nan.
DAMON LODGE, NO. 4. KNIGHT OF
Tythlas. L. W. Held, C. C; R. V.
Fletcher, K. of R. and S. Meets every
juontiay in secret society nan.
MODERN WOOMEN OF AMERICA
Tutullla Camp. No. C3fin. Meets first
and third Mondays of each month nt Odd
f ellows nan. (icorge A llamblln, Con
sul : Q, A. Robblns, Clerk.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD REGULAR
meetings of Pendleton Camp, No. 41, .
of W. are held In Secret Society hall every
Saturday evening. Visiting neighbors are
nlways welcome. 3. P. Walker. Clerk: A.
3 Owen. C. C.
BILLY KRASSIO. BARBER SHOP AND
bath room. Main street, threa doors north or
Hotel St. George. FIrat clan service.
NEW TONSORIAL PARLORS, COURT ST ,
Three doors weit of Golden Rule Hotel. J.
n Pace. Prop. First cls Workmen, every
thing clean, all modern Improvement!.
, Columbia River
Ves, sonnle. I'm advance agent for S.inty Clnvia: Jest trot me out a
lo nn' I'll size up yer chimney fur him
PATTON'8 SANITARY BARBER SHOP, DF.3
nam block. Court street: nest workmansnln:
"lithe modern Improvements; all tools stcril.
Ized; bith rooms In connection.
W. S. ROWMAN, LEADING rilOTOGRA-
nlier of the city, narvest views, In
dian photos for sale. Finishing done for
amateurs. Main St.. near bridge. 'Phone
BOOT aND SHOE REPAIRING.
L. OltEENAWALD, THE OLD RELIARLW
Shoemaker. First-class repairing with
best materials. Shop In rear of Dlndlnger
Wilson & CO.
JOHN WILSON, FIR8T-CLAS8 SHOE-
maker and repairer. IleBt material used
general uuhk- , : . . . : . , :
Exchange bought and Bold. ' "na kooq worK none, enop ii i aiib au
I FAiiMHUS' HANK
pstcn. Oretron Doe6
ktlons promptly attended to. U. -
prealtlent . (ieorge l'rocpstei,
grMldent J It Kllgore, cashier ; dl-
Ir, (! A Hnrtman, M M. Johns. T. ' KMPlllB I.ODUINU UUUBK, cuius till Ul'
BOARD AND LODGING.
Ice, C. I) (irnw, J. F. Kllgore, Robert
PENDLETON RAVINGS HANK,
fcdleton, Oregon Organised March 1,
Capital, JM.U1J0: surplus. SDO.OOO:
at allowed nn time deposits. Ki
bought nnd sold on all principal
epeclal attention given to col
J I'tirnlsu. nresluent: J. rv,
rice president; T J Morris, cashier;
ualotiey, assistant cashier.
-NATIONAL HANK OF PENDLE
Capital, $70,000: surplus. $05,000.
arts a general banking business. Ex.
ann telegraphic transfers sold on
o. Fan Francisco. New York and
pal points In the Northwest. Drafts
i on ( tilnn. Japan and l;nrone. Makes
flon on reasonable terms. Levi An
president, W K Matlock, vlce-presl-f
II Wade, cashier: n. V. Johnson.
ICHITECTS AND BUILDERS.
: HOWARD. ARCHITECT AND SU
Btendent. makes complete and' lella-
kns for buildings In the city or coun
:oom 17 Judd bulimng.
E. Court and Johnson streets. Good
large, clean rooms with comfortable beds.
Rates 25c and COc a night. Thos. Smart,
HOTEL ALTA, CORNER ALTA AND
Mill streets. Hoard by the day or week.
Good table set. Rates $4 and $5 per week.
Pendleton Feed Yard In connection. L.
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT, TERM
reasonable, at D02 Water St., 'Phone red
THE ST. GEORGE RESTAURANT. REGU
lar meals 25 cento. Short orders a specialty.
Open dayund night. T. A. Oldfather, Prop
No True American
is ever satisfied except with the
best. The oldest is not alwavs
the best, and is seldom the
strongest. In this case, how
ever, the best is the oldest and
strongest. Let figures speak:
The At u of The Mutual Life Insurance Company
of New York (organized 1843) exceed tho of any other
Ufa Insurance company in existence. They are em
It hai paid Policy-holder over
hlch Is more than any other life Insurance cosapuy
10 the world has disbursed,
A policy in The Old Mutual
gives a man or a woman that
sense of assurance which can
not be enjoyed under private
Write to-day for Where Shall I Insjre?"
The Mutual Life Insurance
Company of New York
Richard A. McCt'sor, President.
SHErtWOOD GILLESPY, Manager,
THE CHURCHES J
M. E. Church, South Revival serv
ices begin. Sunday services as fol
lows: 10 a. in. Sunday school, I. E.
Earl, superintendent; 11 a. ra. preach
ing, by pastor, subject "Lessons
from tho Life of Ruth;" 0:30 p. m.
Epworth League, leader, Mrs. Etta
Thompson, subject, "Our Fellow-
ship;" 7:30 p. m. preaching, subject,
The Doom of Nlnlvah." Services
every night the coming week. The
pastor will be assisted In the meet
ings by Rev. J. D. Crooks, of Illinois,
who will arrive Morday. The mem
bers of other churches of the clly are
cordially Invited to ass'st in this
work. Even-body invited. 13. U.
First Baptist Church Sunday
school at 10 o'clock. Preaching at 11,
subject, "Lost Opportunities." In the
evening the pastor will speak on
some oi tne pnases or ur. wises
lecture. The public are cordially in
vlted to attend all these services. R,
V. King, pastor.
Chicago, Bt. Paul, 8t. Louis, Kan
wis City, Bt. Joe, Omaha, and
All Points East and South
Portland and points
011 the Sound
Leave Pendleton, datlv except Pundats al
Arrive Pendleton Moudei, Wednesday sod
Friday 11 25 pm.
Arrive Pendleton Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday 925 am.
Leave Walla Walla datlr, east bound, 11 310 pro.
Arrlre Walla Walla dally, west bound, R:1 am.
For Information regarding rates and aecen.
modatloni, call on or address
W. APAMR, A rent,
8. B. CALDKRHKAP, O. P. A..
Walla Walla, Wash.
GOOD SOUND WOOD
Is always received when you
place your order with us.
Fir, Tamarack and
Why buy poor coal when you
can get the best lor tne same
Telephone Main 5
LET US FILL
THE 8TRAHON ROOMING HOUSE CIS MAIN
ttreet, lira H. E. Cooper, Prop. Erervth'nr
new and strictly first clans. Katen &';, &0c and
THE WHITE LODQINO HOOSE. 301 80UTn
Mam ttreet Mre. Mary William., Prop.
Houeekeeltlnr' room. And lod?iner rooms.
God comfortable room, and clean, well kept
ueus MHjeiaz zacenix.
CABS AND CARRIAGES.
S. (,'OI.K. CONTllACTOItS AND
aers Kntlmatcs lurnisnea on suort
Job Work a specialty. I'rompt
Shop on BluC street near Main.
EMAy, CONTItACTOK AND ItTJILD-
: Intimates lurnisnea on an Kinas
tonry. cement walks, stone walls, etc.
(orders at Kant Oresonlan office.
ITEOPTMAN, AKCHITKCT AND 8U-
t'.toUent itoom lb, Association
UEU.AU, PI.ABTEIUNG AND CE-
3 Cement walks a specialty, Ra
ft tnnlahed tree. Work guaranteed.
Briers at Badlcy and Zchner's cigar
xsla St., P O. box 101.
USDS. "17 COURT STREET.
I Esctrlclan., dealers In elec
"ea Houses, stores, wired for
Wa, bells or telephones. Elec
t"sot all kinds. (let our prices
E,BERS AND SUPPLIES.
XRlnT civii.-ium u'icir
" haimore. Second-hand type-
KUUISEK TIIIE HACK, NEW AND VEUV
lates style, for tne Berrlce or tne public.
C D. Carnn and Jas. S. McKay, props. Call
at the Commercial livery stable or tele
pboue main 101 and the hack will call (or
CITY CAB LINE, EltWIN BAKEIt, PIIOP.
Telephone main 353. Stnnd In front of
BLACKSMITH I NG.
OPKI.AND & SON FOB WHEAT HACKS.
Cheapest and best In town, 314 Webb St.
GEORGE O'DANIEL, NEW AND SECOND
band goods bought and sold. Court St.,
Opera bouse block. Call and see him.
V STltODLE, DEALEIt IN SECOND
hand goods. If there Is anything you
need In new or second-hand furniture,
stoves, granite ware and crockery .call and
get his prices, No. 212 Court street
INSURANCE & LAND BUSINESS.
tcm , . .
Ik'J 110 A KO AMI HALE
K fun c""eJr. proprietor, lor fine LOST
e ,,o Aim sireui,
JOE II PAP.KES. OFFICE COTTONWOOD
St Opera house block ;land office bus
iness, biich as filing of claims and Initiating
contests a specialty
JOHN H.UI.EV. JI!.. I.. S. IjAND COM
uilssloner Specialty made of land Slings
and proof : insurance and collections. Of.
fire in Judd building, room lu.
We can supply you with
Building Material of all
descriptions and save
13 u i ldin g paper, lime,
cement, brick and sand.
Wood gutters for barns
and dwellings a specialty.
Oregon Lumber Yard
Alta St., Opp. Court House
IN NEIGHBORHOOD OP SISTERS'
Rnhnnl Mnnrlav Tniirnlnp. nnrHp cnntalnlna'
I over seven dollars. Kinder plcaie leave at E.
723 O. office. Mrs. R. L Grant. Helix.
F OLD glt)T r v . ....
Shl... 7-. Kb I UUU S tlU,
t .." Street I.lnrlsnv i Dotv
Li.'!?' ,eed at"d sale stable. Sad-
i:1 'I all tlmra llnniM fnr aalo
' r 4t I
-I 1 FODND-I1ICYCLE. THE MAN WHO LEFT
Ncili. a bicycle at NeaitleBro'. Machine tSbop on
Uf ' ' tne nrst oi tne inouin, may nave iiDy caning
wlarri. . nn" ooaraiug. aii at tne snop.
i 1 umperent uriyera. w-
Ylv rr -
h ' .7..r VAItD, W T. IJOYNTON UfiwTvni Pnarnnv k rnsruAN' OK
uLtarfEJTen t0 horses left , large wheat or stock ranch by experienced
")wer Webb street. 'Phone hand: Ont-claa. references. Address M., box
- Bi, Jyexingion. ure.
KE COMMISSION CO.
capital:and surplus $300,000
nd Soils Grain, Provisions, Stocks, Bonds and Cotton for
Cash or Future Delivery
kV?'",''1 t'OVerillllHtlt ln.ir.lnlr.nl .. . wl . .. tonal I., nu, .,11 ca..i 1 rl t luu OlUlllllir
siualU u?,,1(MtejctiUslve private wlrouvntem in tlie world we can execute
fe niai. er" "lorfi I'rotnptly and batlsfactory than any other concern.
aWo. ..Ulce lO eXfHUltu rtrHcM u-lian llmlla rttartiaii Wa tin tint lirilrl
(it fnr'Jl. f1r ,nore tuan the margin you place In a trade. We charge no
ARaiNc r DS stocks,
'ir&ln l KEPUIIED-Gmlu 1c per husuel, rilocks $2 per share. CouiuiU
- i.m io Per buahpl Hi,w.i 1 i' ..... '
"na jou our Bnok of Btatlttlcs and Daily Market free. Write for It.
i'.fSEDENCEl 7K M.iUnn.il mill ritnto Kankl.
""i-AL, ItKFKItENCKi I'endleton Snvlmrs Hauk)
Minneapolis Minn. Kx-
the Northwest, includintr
lrBc. con8truot'" to Portland, Tacoma, Seattle, Everett and
W you hiva . . . . ...in. iii-
"Of 75 mh, "-m uiHjii iraoe or account wnu us j ou van ujjr-nsio ii.su
omct fM. HANSEN, Western Manager.
adleton Orrtce, ltoom 4 , Atoolntiou Hlock. Phone Main 461
0- MAJOR. Local ManageHl
Let Mwrphy Frame those
Pictures for Christmas
Don't put off having the
work dene. If Murphy
does the work it will be
good work and you will be
highly pleased, Best stock
of framing material.
E. J. Murphy's
Best work at lowest prices.
IriJViSBaukof Commerce BulldluL'.
We. rvT,"1 u.le Principal towns nnd cities of
.-! wuux, fullmnn n n " "
When Kris Kringle Holds tlie Relus
you may rent assured the vehicle Is
right as a trl vlt. When lie's the buyer
the equipage Is bought right here.
"Safe, sound, reliable" Is writ all over
every carriage, run-about, hack and
bugp y that leaves our establishment.
Give Santa Claus free relu.
Btorer ctsolloe enrlnea are the beat.
agents for them.
First Presbyterian Church 10
m., Sunday school; 11 a. m., regular
montlily children's service; 3 p. ra
Junior Endeavor; C;4G p. m.. Senior
Endeavor; 7:30 p. m., regular even
ing service with sermon. Stranser
are especially invited to all tlie sorv
Ices. Robert J, Dlven. pastor
Congregational Church Services
faunday as follows: Sunday school at
JO a. m.; morning worship and scr
mon, 11 u. m. Rev. II. W. Smith
state superintendent of the Congrega
tlonal Sunday School Society, will
preacn. Junior meetinrr at 3 p. m
Evening service at 7:30, Tho pastor
will deliver his second lecture in the
series on "Social Salvation, on the
Development of Socialism. Arguments
for and Against and tho Duties of tho
Churches, etc. Special mimic by
chorus of girls. A cordial welcome
to all. Jonotluui Edwards, minister.
Methodist Episcopal Church Sun
day school 10 a. m., A. J. Owen, super
intendent. A baptismal service for
adults will be held at tlie close of
tlie 11 o'clock service. CIbbs racet
Ing 12:15, Rev. Q. W. Rlgby, leader,
evening evangelistic meeting, begin
rung wiin a soug service. 7:zo. A cor.
dial Invitation to all services, Rob
ert Warner, pastor.
Church of the Redeemer Divine
service tomorrow (third Sunday lu
Advent) at hours as follows: Sunday
scnool at m a. m., litany, sermon and
celebration of tho holy communion
at 11 a. in. Evening prayer and ad
dress at 7:30 p. m.
Christian Church The services
of the Christian church will be held
at the courthouse tomorrow as fol
lows: 10 a. in. Ulhie school, subject:
Tne Hoy Samuel"; 11 a. m.. sermon
'Life of the Apostle Peter"; 7:30 p.
m .sermon, "The Skeptical Disciple.
All friends of the work are cordially
inviteu to attend. J is, iMler pus
The Mens Resort Rev If. E
Smith of Portland, will conduct the
Men s meeting at tho Men's Resort
o clock tomorrow afternoon. Men
cordially Invited to attend,
No Memorial for Prince Consort
London, Dec. 13. For the (list
time in many yuura. December 14
will pass this year without the hold
ing of the elaborate services lu mem
ory of the prince consort on the an
niversary ol lilfc death. During the
lifetime of the lato Queen Victoria.
the aunlvoisary of tho death of her
husband was always marked by Im-
resslve services held In tho Frog-
more mausoleum, near Windsor Cas
tle. Tho queen would attend theso
services In poison and moreover. In
sisted that the Prince of Wales and
other membeis of the royal family
should be present It was customary
on these occasions to have an. elab-!
orate musical service furnished by i
tho choir of St. Qeorge's chapel and
uirecteu uy sir waiter rarrait mug
Edward, though the love ho bears
the memory of his father Is well
known, has taken his customary prac
tical view of the matter and decided
that the time has corao 'to abandon
the observance. In future memorial
exercises for the prince consort and
also for Princess Alice, whose death
occurred on the same date, will be
held In conjunction with tho anniver
sary service for Queen Victoria.
School district No. 3B, of Malheur
county, is larger than the state of
I have bargained with a
compotent Timber CnilBur
VAN DRAN BROS., Props.
The Best Hotel in Pendletoa
and as good as any.
Headquartors for Traveling Mob,
CoimnotllouB Samplo Rooms.
Rates $2 & $2.50
Special rates by week or month.
Prompt Dlulngrooni Service.
Hvcry Modern Convcnleeoe,
Bar and billiard room in connootioa
Only Three Blocks from Depot.
GOLDEN RULE HOTEL
Corner Court and Jolinaoil $ttects,
On the lino o. 3 railroud
now nnder constrnotion.
This means a big ohanoe
Tor nrst-comers. See
Have some good farms for
In I lt utaRea there
thouM bo cleanlUie..
Ely's Cream Halu
cleanMia,auitUc'tind in alH
tbti diaoaed incmtir.ihc
Iteureni-atarrlittnild! t i
away a cold lu the in-uil
Criiiiil tliiliu U iilnrwl Into the Dontrila, upref H
over tlie iiiembranu anil ia iliaorbed. Itell.f la lui-
uirdlulu and a cure t ollim . 1 1 U cot dry Inu-iloc
Dot producu iiuxAng, Largo tiU.e, CO cent, at Prug-
ijlata or by mall ; Trial but, 10 cent by mall.
ELY U1UJTUK1W. W Warren HUteU Now York.
HEATED IJV STEAA
LIGHTED BY ELECTHICITY
Aliiiii'leuu l'lnu. I'lilim l a't (i fl.OH
Hunipi-mi l'lnu. flOd, TBo, I.(H).
Mpeeliil riilos liy vrmk or imiiitli,
Free 'bus meets all trains!
commercial trade solicited
Pine sample rwMpa
Special Attention (liven Country Trad
CORNER MAIN AND WKBB STS.
y-CTiK. OHkUiiiI mill Only (ifttdliir.
J ,t ft ! A Mlliairl ltiul), I l '41 t iir.
Avti Vl'V!i. to.ouu rf-iiifiui i.a.;i-,ii ih n
tw. i.r nn lii.H'i kic- i m.uii u
1j VjJ iip rii,UHi, ltd. ii .ili-r Mrj-
I W Nul'ttMlHH H 11 Ml' n- . '
21 rt ,,f' - r I I ihI i ' tlmr
y ff ilci-ilur, 'J.-1iii ' KfuLId
-infer -xj 1
run. a., I 'A.
tfPu OouiaUM IS
not V triUirt.
MEN AND WOMEN.
(Iu llli fir unnatural
IrriUllou. or utuil.tlon
bt uiucou. raeubr.ui,
'.lclctfi. anil cot BIUO
EnioCurmcuCo. .u or roiaobum.
or trui lu i-lalu unfmL
lit iDrHMi. rr.Mbl. lub
11.00. or 3 boU., i.19.
Oircular a.ut ou rwiuuat.
Url.lia, HI, Oct, SO. VUl,
Dr. IVrrln, Helena, Mont,
Pear Blr;. I bare bt-en trying
through the druiiglrl. brre u obtain
another bottle oi your idle aprAc
a. 1 have beeu a auderer rom them
(or many year. laaw the "ad" In
the IM oi Keallle, .oinellino III May
laat. At that time I una ll inllca
north of Keallle, to I ent down to
Seattle and found It I bare used it
up and tmva Ien trying to wl more
It baa helped me very much, more
ro tban auythlrjr I have over uied
ano i nave oeeu vary anno, to uae
II H. thandle
GEO. DAI1VEAU, Prop.
Hiiro pea n Clan.
Ulock and a hall from depot.
Sample room In connection.
GOu, 75u, $1.01
Auicrliau I'laii, Jj ptr day and upward.
Ifcadquaitcia for tourl.la aud cuiuiuriclal Ira,
cirri. Kjirclal rate, made to lurullie and aing-U
geutleiucu. The niauagtiurul will be otcaaed
at all tluita to ahow room, aud give prkra. A
modern Turklab Itatbeatabliabinrutlu the lutl.
II C bOWKKH, Manager.
Fijie . . .
silvor kniveu and
W. J. CLARKE & CO.
1 1 mutiiM nil IfiMUuilivdMa'nr nirliL. I'rmi tdtt m a uiffn nt i,f tlj!bj
MMflf Ut htvrtutiorrhut ad miCtho l&rrurm r.f .rnix.t'!' '
or -i rtm ion
TbroMoauiTrf mj-ttnoi cared tr ixrnorv w iwei vififff
tmavnui iaaa rlin Btnd Mnitt-v iftneiiM It
Spiftli. Berui tor rKiiicoriJuUr tu1 tt-ui'itwti JiU.
1 Vivutm vrlUiuut
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80LD BY TALLMAN A CO DRUGGISTS, PENDLETON, ORtftOK.