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,ess Cards and Societies
ESSI0N8 AND TRADES. ALPHABETICALLY ARRANGED.
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in to 12
note c" -r ,i.
r-Upbone red 371.
T. n nai'AIN I1LOCK,
WrrH.f ern.irl hearing
?di atted for refractive er
't'.lfl 1 1 III
VslNOO, OFFICE WEH
..7.inM Itanle. Telephone
(plione. Main 301
Itn M. I).. IIOMBOPATIIIC
1 rimM In Jnfin
fiCLL, nooii 17 associa
Telf phone, main 031: real
fifflCf ID aVIUgB I. mil uum.i
ICbrorjIc and nervous diseases
siflee one diock i '
IV, PHYSICIAN AND 8UR.
i vp.iln HlOfk- iciejinone
Jfiac3 and discuses of wo-
Ibslldlng:, corner Main ana
pllce ptione main j.i , ura.
i.V, DENTIST, OFFICE IN
Tnone rea ii
FpENTlST, OFFICE IN AS-
xk orer Nclimiat s new arug
CT8 AND BUILDERS.
BD, ARCHITECT AND SO
:. makes complete and rella-
itilldlngs In the city or conn-
COLE, CONTRACTORS AND
Minutes rnrnianea on snort
Work a ipeclalty. Prompt
Ion Bind street near Main,
UMATILLA TENT. NO. 27. K. O. T. M.
Meets In Secret Society hall, second and
lourtn lueaaays in eacn montn. aii visit,
lug Sir Knight cordially Invited. 3. S.
Kees, Record. Keeper: R. D. Estabrook,
PENDLETON LODGE, NO. 62. A. F, AND
A. M., meet flrat and third Monday! of
eacn montn. visiting oretnren welcome.
i. J. Tweeuy, w. m. ; joe u. I'arxes, ate.
PENDLETON CHAPTER, NO. 28 T. C.
Taylor, n. P.. F. F. Wamslev. secretary,
meets second and fourth Fridays of each
montn in Masonic nan.
DAMON LODGE, NO. 4. KNIGHT OF
Pythias. L. W. Held, C. C: R. W.
Fletcher. K. of R. and S. Meets every
Monnay in secret society nan.
MODERN WOOMEN OF AMERICA.
Tutullla Catnn. No. C3B9, Meets Qrst
and third Mondays of each month at Odd
Fellows nail. Ueorge A llamblln. Con
pui : u. A. Itobbins, fieri.
WOODMEN OF TOE WORLD-REQULAR
mcetlnirs of Pendleton Camp. No. 41. V
of V. are held In Secret Society hall every
Snturday evpnlns Visiting neighbors are
niways welcome. J i". waiter, uierx; a.
Owen. C. C
JAMES A. FEE,
LAW OFFICE IN JUDD
HAILEY A LOWELL, ATTORNEYS AT
law. Office In Despaln Riots.
RALLERAY & McCOURT, LAWYERS,
II. E. COLLIER, LAWYER. OFFICE
rooms 7 and 8, Association building.
CARTER & HALEY, ATTORNEYS AT
law. omce In Savings Bank building,
HENRY J. DEAN, ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Association Illock, Pendleton, Oregon.
N I1ERKELEY. ATTORNEY
Omce In Association Rlock,
1NTRACTOR AND IHJILD-
ttea tornisned on an xinas
sent walks, stone walls, etc,
it Esat Oregonlan office.
AN, ARCHITECT AND SU-
Room 15, Association
PLASTERING AND CB-
oeat walks specialty. Ba
il free. Work guaranteed.
: Btdley and Zehner'a cigar
, r. g. box 1U4.
INAL BANK OF ATHENA
pltal. $30,000; surplus and
interest on time aeposits.
and domestic exchange
aptly attended to. Henry
liaent: T. J. Kirk, vice-nreai
irnett. caabier: r. u. k-
fcR' RANK OF WESTON.
(ton. Does a general bank-
GxchanKe bought and sold.
Imptly attended to. It.
Bent: ueonte w. rroebatel.
J. R. Kllgore, cashier; dl-
f llartman, 11. M. Johns, T.
Qraw, J. F. Kllgore, Robert
rON SAVINGS BANK,
r'on. Organised March 1,
30,000; inrplos, 190,000;
on time deooslta. Ei-
rand sold on all nrinclnal
11 attention given to col-
furniiD, president: J. N.
Bent ; T J Morris, cashier :
INAL DANK OF PHNDLH.
70.000: surnlua. tos.nno.
neral banking business. Hi.
fegraphlc transfers sold on
Francisco, New York and
In the Northwest. Drafts
, japan and Europe. Make
soiuDie terms, Levi An
il'. Matlock, vlce-nrol.
n. cashier; H. F. Johnson,
07 COURT 8TRKET,
uvtiers in eiec
Houses, stores, wired for
a or teiepnones. Blec
! kinds. Oef anr npldt
E. D. HOYD. ATTORNEY AT LAW.
L. R. REEDER, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
STILLMAN & PIERCeT ATTORNEYS AT
law. Mr. Stltlman has been admitted to
practice In United States patent office
and makes a specialty of Patent Law.
Rooms 10, 11, 12 and 13, Association
R S HRYSuN, ATTORNKY-AT-LAW; COL
lectlons and insurance. Office In E O. building.
HILLY KRASSIQ. BARBER SHOP AND
bath room. Main street, three doora north of
Hotel Ht. (teorne. First ciau service.
lce Old Oentlcmnn Here! Here! Come out of that!
Tho Kid I will not. Oo an Bit your own mini puddle!
OF THIS INSTITUTION.
NEW TONHORtAL PARLORS. COURT ST
Three donra west of Golden Rule Ilotel. J
n Pace, Prop. First claie Workmen, overy.
(lung clean, an moaern improvements.
PATTON'B SANITARY BARBER SHOP, DK8-
Min diock. imrt streei: Dat worxmananin
sllthe modern Improvements; all tools sterll
uea; nam rooms in connection.
W 8. ROWMAN, LEADING PHOTOQRA
nber of the city. Harvest views. In
dlan photos for sale. Finishing done for
amateurs. Main St., near bridge. 'Phone
BOOT mND 8HOE REPAIRING.
L. QRHENAWALD, THE OLD RELIABLW
Shoemaker. First-class repairing with
best materials. Shop In rear of Dlndlnger
wnson & uo.
JOnN WILSON. FIRST-CLASS SHOE
maker and repairer. Best material nsed
and good work done. Shop 117 Alts St.
LIVERY AND FEED 8TABLE8.
THE CITY LIVERY BOARD AND SALE
Stable, M. J. Carney, proprietor, for fine
turnouts, maoie lis Alia street.
LIVERY. FEED AND SALES STABLE. A. C.
Dresser, Prop., Old Sample Stable, 723 Cotton.
wood street; caretui attention given to norses
loit wttn us.
pre. Second-hand tya-
COMMERCIAL STABLES, 0. U. FBOOME
Prop. Livery, teed and sosroing. aii
kinds of turnouts. Competent driven. Op
posite uotel Pendleton, rnont main ioi
OREGON FBBD YARD, W. T. BOYNTON
nron. Sneclal care silven to horses left
with me. Lower Webb street. 'Phone
COPHLAND A SON FOR WHEAT RACKS.
Cheapest and best in town, si4 wa t.
CAPITALSAND SURPLUS $300,000
Grain, Provisions, Stocks, Bonds and Cotton for
Cash or Future Delivery
overnment, municipal and miscellaneous securities. Own-
keen? r 8raaI1 orrterfl more promptly and satisfactory than
to execite orders when limits are reached. We do not
re for carrying long stocks.
REQUIRED Oraln, lc per bushel; stocks, $2 per share.
r"'a'n. Uc nor hllfthnl- (nol.-t! U nf 1 roi- ran)
"end you our Book of Statistics and Dally Market free. Write
MRENCE: 75 National nri Stt Rink.
,AL REFERENCE: Pendleton 8avlngs Bank.
nk of Commerce Building, Minneapolis, Minn., Hx-
dbL 1Iman' WtsTllle, Dayton, Walla Walla, Moacow, Pendle-
p. C "v-nuu uj i-BriiKDU, l acuma, oeniuo, juverv uu
H. H. HAN8EN, Wostsim Marwger.
Offlee, Room 4r Association Block. 'Phorw Main 951.
G. MAJOR. Lcal Manager
Productive Farm in Conectlon, Where
Inmates Work Boys Sentenced to
the School Must Remain Until 21,
The New Year's edition of the Sa
em Statesman contains the following
highly Interesting article on the Ore
gon Reform School:
"The youngest "of the purely state
Institutions for Oregon, all of which
are located at Salem, is the Oregon
State Reform School.
"The reform school is surrounded
by about 000 acres of land belonging
to the Institution, and the adminlstra
tion buildings face the Southern Pa
cific railroad line about six miles
south of Salem's business center,
"The Oregon State Reform School,
though comparatively a very young
institution, Is as well organized and
thoroughly equipped for carrying on
the work as many similar institutions
of greater age in Eastern states. The
dminstration building is a handsome
five-story structure of an attractive
style of architecture, covering a
ground space of 1G.O0O square feet.
constructed entirely of brick, and is
one or the best and most substantial
buildings in the state.
Products of the Farm.
The farm lands, of which some 250
acres are under cultivation, are made
to produce abundantly of the grain.
potatoes, vegetables, etc., that are nec
essary for consumption at the school,
and figuro a very substantial saving
in tno cost of maintenance. There Is
a good orchard producing an abund
ance of fruit, and also a vineyard,
while all other small fruits are ex
"The primary object of the school
is to improve' the general character
and habits of the wards, and to fit
them with a knowledge of some trade
in which they be able to become in
dependent and self supporting citi
zens. Hence the Industrial depart
ment of the school is held to be very
essential and second only to the
scholastic training. This department
affords training In following trades:
tailoring, shoeniaklng, carpentering,
cooking and baking,, engineering,
blacksmithing, painting, laundry work
and farming. Each boy is required
to spend four hours a day In the
school room and an equal number of
nours in the Industrial departmept or
in woric on the farm, or In other ca.
pacitles to which he may be detailed,
The use of the library, studying music
military drill, games, entertainments,
etc., occupy the hours not devoted
to study, work and sleep.
Inmates Remain Until Twenty-One.
Regular hours for wc-rk, seep,
study, exercise and play .wholesome
food, healthful, comfortable quarters
and cleanliness in everything ac
counts for the very little sickness
found at the school.
Sunday school Is held Sunday morn
ings, and in the evening preaching
service Is held by visiting ministers.
At each service the boys are required
"Boys are not sentenced to the
school for a definite time. Upon
commitment they become wards of
the state until they are 21 years of
age, and parents, relatives and guard
ians lose absolutely all control over
"While a boy may, on acount of bad
conduct, be kept at tho school till ho
reaches the age of 21 years, yet by
good behavior he may earn a parole.
By good conduct tho boy may earn
one grade each month.
May Be Paroled.
"When 12 grades are earned he Is
entitled to parole. Thus by good con
duct a boy may leave the school at
the end of 12 full months, on a parole
that requires him to report on tho
first of each month the first year and
every three months thereafter. They
are under the same general rules of
conduct while on parole as while at
the school, and for violation of th
rules may be returned and started
again in the lowest grade.
"The attendance at the school has
been larger than usual. The average
for the biennial term, up to Septem
her 1, was 131. At the date of this
writing, a few weeks ago, the attend
ance was 133.
'The reform school is under the
control of a board of trustees, con
slstlng of the governor, secretary of
sjtate and superintendent of public
BOARD AND LODOIN&
EMPIRE LODGING HOU8B, CORNHH OP
E. Conrt and Johnson streets. Good
large, clean rooss with cotafortabls beds.
Rates ISe and SOc a stent Tho. Soaart,
HOTEL ALTA, COP-Nttn ALTA AND
Mill streets. Board by tie day or week.
Oood table set. Rates t4 and 15 ner week,
Pendleton Teed Yard In connection. U
THK ST. OKORQK RESTAURANT REOU
lar meals cents. Short orders a specialty.
Open day and night. T. A. Oldtather, Prop.
TIIE STRATJON ROOMING HOUSE MS MAIN
atreet, Mrs. It. K. Cooper, Prop. Kver thine
new and strictly firit class. Rates 25c, 50c and
$1 per day,
LODOINO AND BOARDING HOUSE; ROOMS
tor lodgers and light housekeeping, X. V.
Sullivan, proprietor, Cottonwood street, next
to Wheeler's Photo Gallery.
TnEmTK-LODGINO HOU8E. 301 SOUTH
Main street. Mrs. Mary Williams, Prop.
Housekeeping rooms and lodging rooms.
Good comfortable rooms and clean, well kspt
beds. IiOdglng 2.1 cents.
CABS AND CARRIAGES.
KUIUtRR TIP.H HACK, NIIW AND VERY
IstM stvle. for the serrlM of the onhlle.
C. D. Csrltn and Jas. S. McKay, propa. Call
at the Commercial livery stable or tele
phone main 161 and the hack will call far
CITT CAB LINE, ERWTN MAKER, PROP.
TereDbone mam 353. stand in rront or
DR.G. W. VAUGHAN, GRADUATE OK THE
San Francisco veterinary Collcee: Calls at
tended to dtv or night. Offices at Scmple's
Barn; phone Red 41.
INSURANCE & LAND BU8INE88.
JOE H. PARKES, OFFICE COTTONWOOD
St. Opera house block :iand office bus
iness, such aa filing of claims and Initiating
contests a specialty.
ahh UNION PACIFIC
1:M a m
Portland Special No, 1
Chicago Speelnl No. 'i
Mall and'Xxpreas No.S
4:50 a m
CKK) p m
Mall and Express No .6
. No. 8
Mixed Train No. 41
Walla Wall Branch
Mixed Train No. VI
JOHN HAILEY, JR., U. 8. LAND COM-
missioner specialty made ot land aungs
and proof ; Insurance and collections. Of
fice In Judd building, room lis.
GEORGE O'DANIEL. NEW AND SECOND
hand goods bought and sold. Court St.,
Opera bouse block. Call and see him.
V. STROBLE, DEALER IN SECOND-
hand goods. If there Is anything yon
need In new or second-hand furniture.
stoves, granite ware and crockery .call and
get nis prices, no. ziz conrt street.
Ocean and River Schedule.
All sailing dates sab-
Ball every & daya.
CTa'y Columbia Hlver tm
8:00 pm. To Astoria and Way Sunday
10.-00 p in.
NEW AND SECOND-HAND GOODS BOUGHT
and sold : nawn brokers : monev advanced nn
an xinoa or articles, waters s Bnerry, propa
Save Money and Your Eyesight
f By Using tile
rcneciea uaicn Lighter
Gasoline Gas Laipp.
The PERFECTED can read, i
lly be lighted with a parlor
It gives in tlmea the light
of a comraou kerosene lamp i
ukii iuv ciiwuiu ana care.
It baa a Nickel-silver gen
erator which does not scale
from the action ol heat, and
clog the tip. aa brass does.
no nave juatcn LlL-htlnr
jjimps irom r' 75 ud.
Write for circulars
Inventors & M'l's
tU Third St.,
sli . ,i .. - .
brands gas and if
gasoUns mantles 55
wnoteaale and re
Agwits wanted In ovary town In U, S,
Japan's Coming Exposition.
Washington. D. C, Jan. 2. The Ja
panese legation is in receipt of &&
vices giving details of the rapid prog.
ress made in the preparations for the
international exposition to be held
rext year in Osaka, the chief Indus
trial city of Japan. The entire world
has been invited to take part in the
affair and from all accounts the chief
countries of Europe, as well as o
America, will be well represented,
ijie exposition will present some
novel and interesting features never
witnessed on similar occasions in the
past, to one of which in particular
the imperial government desires to
call the intention of the foreign man
ufacturers of the Industrial public in
general. That is the establishment
of a special building for the samples
or sueii 'articles produced or inanufac
tured In foreign countries as may be
oi vaiue tor purposes of comparison or
reference in the way of industrial im
provement. The primary object aimed
at is to arrord the Japanese manufac
turers an opportunity of studying the
latest products of western invent on
with a view to the lmnrovement of
Japanese Industries. At the same time
tins display of samples will offer to
loreign manufacturers a rare oppor
tunity for exploiting the ranidlv rln.
veloping markets of the whole far
J!-ast, ror the exposition is expected
tc attract thousands of visitors from
tne continental countries of Asia
For a Week of Prayer,
New York. Jan. 2 Tho Amerfrnn
urancn or the KvangeJIcal Alliance
of the World has completed prepara
tions for the week of prayer, to begin
tomorrow. The branch has der.lilnd
to- follow essentially tho British pro
gram and has suggested to the
churches tho following subject sfor
thought and prayer: Tomorrow Is to
be marked by sermons on tho aspira
tion for a manifestation of the Divine
outpouring and a consequent revival
or the spiritual life of the people. The
church militant, forfclgn missions,
mrnic. uiitsBiuiiH, special work among
the young In families and schools,
nations and their rulers, and the min
istry o fthe .gospel by pastors, teach
ers and evangollsts, are to be taken as
toplrs Jn the order named, one for
each evening of the week. The ef
forts to close on Sunday week with
sermons on the speedy and certain
answer to prayer and tho Injunction
to be "sober and watch unto prayer,"
for the end of all things Is at hand.
bTAR EMPLOYMENT OFFICE, CM MAIN ST,
on need help or i
hone Main 1011.
II yon need help or seek employment call on
WANTED SITUATION BY COMPETENT. EX.
perlenoed stenographer. Address S., care
WANTED-YOUR ORDERS FOR ENGRAVED
cards, wedding Invitations, eto: 100 engraved
visiting cards with plate, 11 50; additional
cards in futnre, II per hundred. The East Or
MISS M. B. DARDEN, GRADUATE NURSK
can on or address 612 Thompson street
Just received another
car load of Poultry and
stock supplies at the
127 and 129 East Alt Street
i fttttnJ4i.tJ Kcmedy, nM tr it t year.
10,000 'r4t iii will U, L4d,afc Ur-Htft
for rillOHKHJKH'H KUfJHlfl la
sru uu uiiu uia.iuu4 uuxet, ICkJ wit
bltw rliAua. Tals nv vtlirr. Utftt
HMblJlui;aukud jwltttllun, Aikrewr
Urn gUt, or M 4 r-l In iiiaiiM Utr r
UVMlkirtk. 'l'faf lauaila.1. a ...I ll,...LI.t
fwr l.ttdlrsi, bt rHurH Uull. 8U b ll
HmdUma iHuuurr 111 If, A., I'jC
mrm mi u huun.
F FlffMU ks.lavrU
MEN AND WOMEN.
H Big a for annatarsj
Irritation or ulcerations
of mucous msahraaan,
fslnlMS. and nnt utri...
THlElasCrttkicil.Co. gout r poisonous.
uscii!iun,o.B shm tr awsaii.
ClircuUr aout ua miiV.
Bally East One an si sin ku
only 1 MAt a Wssk. '
Boats leave Portland dally, except Bandar,
latage ot water permitting) for Willamette ao4
Yamhill River potnu.
Rlparla Snake River Lewtstoa
4 f. a. m. Rlparla to Lewlaton 7XMa. Bt.
Eicpt Mon Excpt M
F. P. WAMSLEY, Agent, Pendleton.
Chicago, Bt. Paul, St. Loula, Kka
mw City, Bt. Joe, Omaha, aud
All Points East and Sooth
Portland and potati
on the Seand . .
TIME CARD. '
Leave Pendleton, dall except Bandars at
Arrive Pendleton Aloudav. Wdna.i mi
Friday 11 Si5pn.
Arrive Pendleton Tnesdav. Thnnii m
Saturday 933 am.
Leave Walla Walla daltr, east bound, lino pea.
Arrive Walla Walla dally, west boond, s-Mimi
Wot Information regarding rates and
Buaaiious, caii on er aaaress
w. auamh, Ageni,
rflDauian. 1 1
S. B. CALDERIIKAD, Q. P. A.,
nana nana, naan.
Pullman Slecpiug Cars,
Elegant Dining Cars,
Tourist Sleeping Cars.
f BP. PAUL
and all poluta Eaat and Boutu ,
Through tickets to Japan and China, via
Taeoma and Northern Paclllo Steamsolp 5m.
anil ImaHnin Una r '
Trains leave Pendleton dally except -ssr
t 7 3J0 n. m.
f. Inrthtr Inlormatlon. tine oards, ssstM
and UekeU, call on or write W. Adams, rS
lton, Oregon, or A, D, OHAstlSoeV
" w..wi w (vniuil, US.
ble Vltlli?r Jrl V.l HU nn great Veceta.
5siaineffM?''s? ssebllltr. fNtle7
a m, I , i u ,.,,. . . . . . -- --j . - - -' - ...nnr c
w . 7 9 ml.. IV 1 i I.- sis. o . s . .
SOLD BY TALLMAN 1 CO, ORUQOISTS, PENDLETON, OREttON,
gusrantMiclvBn nd i
mall. Bead for kick