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BOARD AND LODGING.
ess Cards and Societies
-inro Ai DuifirTir.il l v ififiiunrn
0H8 AND in""'
7 OFFICE IN. JUDD
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'..d impaired hearing,
?...... r.rractlve er
lfUO. Or rli-M
ni ilil lnu.
n 11. D.i UOJIBurATUiu
y ' rm,. In Jllflrt
Office, black 78
rfX. KOOM 17 A880CIA.
....nr nnvoini a fv
Specialties, eye, ear, rai
In Savings Rank build-
route and nervous uiaeuse
ce one diock wrai n iuv
LV. PHYSICIAN ABU BUK-
"V . i ninnlf Talanhnns
sliding, corner nam ana
RDEN. UIIA11UA1H IUlirJ
V nPVTIKT. OFFICE IN
Thone red 71.
i orer Schmidt' new drug
TS AND BUILDERS.
I), ARCHITECT ANU BU-
mikes complete and rella
lldlngs In the city or coun-
UMATILLA TENT. NO. 27. K. O. T. M.
Meets In Secret Society ball, second and
tourtn Tuesdays in eacn montn. Ail visit'
Ine Sir Knights cordially Invited. J. S
Kees, Itecord Keeper; E. D. Eatabrook,
PENDLETON LODGE, NO. 62, A. F, AND
A. M., meets flrst and tblrd Mondays of
eacn montn, visiting Dretnren welcome,
t. J. Twecay, v. si.; joe u. rarkes, sec.
PENDLETON CHAPTER, NO. 28 T. C.
Taylor. II. P.. F. F. WamsleT. secretary,
meets second and fourth Fridays of each
montn in Masonic nan.
DAMON LODOE, NO. 4. KNIOHT OF
Pythias. L. W. He d. C. C: It. W,
Fletcher. K. of It. and S. Meets every
aionoay in secret society nan.
MODERN WOOMEN OF AMERICA
Tutullla Camp, No. G38D. Meets first
and third Mondays of each month at Odd
Fellows ball. Oeorire A uamblln. Con
sul ; u. A. Itobblns, Clerk.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD REGULAR
meetings of Pendleton Camp, No. 41, W.
of W. are held In Secret Society hall every
Saturday evening. Vlsltlne neighbors are
nlways welcome. J. r. Walker, Clerk; A.
uwen, u. u.
JAMES A. FEE, LAW OFFICE IN JUDD
HA1LEY & LOWELL, ATTORNEYS AT
law. Office jn Despaln Block.
BALLERAY & McCOURT, LAWYERS. AS
H. E. COLLIER, LAWYER, OFFICE
rooms 7 and 8, Association building.
CARTER A RALEY, ATTORNEYS AT
law. Office In Savings Bank building.
HENRY J. BEAN, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Association jtloek, Pendleton, Oregon.
N. BERKELEY, ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office In Association Block.
. D. HOYD, ATTORNEY AT LAW.
U1DU iireet near uaiu.
(urnlshed on all kinds
Eiit Oregonlan office.
w i Tir,tf imirm imti a T r
Room IS, Association
L. B. REEDER, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
STILLMAN & PIERCE, ATTORNEYS AT
law. Mr. Stlllman has been admitted to
practice In United States patent offices
and makes a specialty of Patent Law.
Rooms 10, 11, 12 and 13, Association
PLASTERING AND CE-
nr u sill si I !' is l v . iiiH
free. Work guaranteed.
Hidley and Zebner's cigar
, r. u. hoi iui.
Interest on time deposits.
and domestic exenauee.
niiv HTipnupn in. iinnrv
R. 8 HRYSuK, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW; COL.
lections ana insurance, umce in a. u. duuu
R.J. SLATER, ATTORNEY, ROOMS 425 JUDD
BILLY KRASSIO. BARBER SHOP AND
bath room, Main Ktreet, three doora north of
Hotel St. George. First class service.
NEW TONSORIAL PARLORS, COURT ST ,
Three doors .west of Golden Rulo Hotel. J.
II Pace, Prop. First clas Workmen, every
thing clean, all modern Improvements.
PATTON'S SANITARY BARBER HnOP, DES-
aln block, court street; nest worxmansmp
all the modern Improvements; all tools sterll
zed ; batn rooms in
Does a general Dank-
nt. I llporz W. Prohnrl.
Ilartman, M. M, Johns, T.
urnw, j. r, rtugore. itooert
130,000: surplus, $90,000;
and sold on all principal
nt! T J Xtnrrtm miHIm..
. 17n.nnri! aiirnina tot nnn
Francisco. New York and
in me onrinwest. Drafts
, Japan and EuroDe. Makes
11- F Matlock. vlce-nral-
217 CnilWT BTRIfOT'
Houses, stores, wired for
W. S. BOWMAN, LEADING PHOTOGRA.
pher of the city. Harvest views, In
dian photos for sale. Finishing done for
amateurs. Main St., near bridge. 'Phone
BOOT mND 6HOE REPAIRING,
L. ORHENAWALD, THE OLD RELIABLE
Shoemaker. First-class repairing with
beat materials. Shop In rear of Dlndlnger
Wilson & CO.
EMPIRE LODGING HOUSE, CORNKB OF
E mnrt and JoMism struts. uooa
large, clean rooms with comfortable tied.
I nates zsc and ooc a nignt. inos. isnin,
HOTEL ALTA, CORNER ALT A AND
Mill streets. Hoard oy me oay or wees.
Good table set Rates 4 and $3 per week.
Pendleton Feed Tard In connection, l
TUB ST. GRORGE RESTAURANT RKGD
lar meals 35 cento. Short orders a specialty.
Open day and night. T. A, Oldfather, Prop.
TBS HTRABON ROOMING HOUSE MS MAIN
I street, Mrs II. K. Cooper, Prop. Kverythlng
new and strictly first class. Rates 25c, fioc and
l per day
LODGING AND BOARDING HOUSE; ROOMS
fir lodsrers and Itaht housekeeDlnE. K. V.
I Sullivan, proprietor, Cottonwood street, next
to Wheeler's Photo Gallery.
THS WHITE LODGING HOU8K, 301 SOUTH
Main street. Mrs. Mary Williams, rrop.
Hontekeenlnr rooms and lodalnsr rooms.
I Good comfortable rooms and clean, well kept
beds. Lodging 25 cents.
TO FIND HIS BRAIN.
He-carttes have afT acted his brain.
:ine 'men na rr
CABS AND CARRIAQE8.
must have rolled them In search warrants.
JOHN WILSON, FIR8T.CLA8S SHOE
maker and repairer. Best material nsed
and good work done. Shop 117 Alta St
LIVERY AND FEED STABLES.
THE CITY LIVERY BOARD AND SALE
8table, M. J. Carney, proprietor, lor fine
inrnouis. stame lie Alia sireni.
LIVERY, FEED AND SALES STABLE, A. C,
Dresser. ProD.. Old Bemnle Stable. 723 Cotton'
wood street; careful attention, given to horses
ten witn us.
COMMERCIAL STABLES, G. M. FBOOME
Prop. Livery, feed and boarding, ah
kinds of turnouts. Competent driven. Op
posite liotei renaieton. rnone main ivi
OREGON FRflD YARD. W. T. BOYNTON
prop, Special care given to horses left
with me. Lower Webb street 'Phone
COPELAND A SON FOR WHEAT HACKS.
CneapMt and best in town, n wera bi.
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $300,0001
3 Kiln n MM I r ..i t r jl i r -. .1 - O VT am m
Mail m MW IISJ 3 ,Usrtt3f UVUUD wwmwsi -ws.
Gash or Future Delivery
-a luo ujuat tjAAeiisiYw iinvaie who bvhluuj iu iuo
JBrtA nr asa. n-..41.. nnd nnrlor'o ntnt-V f Vt Q Ti
vc .u ejtecu.e oruora wnen limits are reacnuu. we uw uui
iut muiu Luau ine margin you iuuve iu liuuc uc
ire3t for carrying long stocks.
ins rr-sM s . M . . . .. . .
1 1 uuu i n w ljh t ;i in . i r nnr niinnRi shirks iihi niini c.
V8C ner DUBnei: slocks or 1 oer cent.
wnuC; ft3 Nat onai and state Banks.
- ncrfcHENCE: pendkton 8avino Bank.
it 7b. "auK i uommerCfS uuiiajng Minneapous, Minn., jhx-
(( Of thft hiliiAlnAl a .iA.. . m it ir.L-..l tHA1..lnCT
a iiiiiiiHTi iff irsrvi i in in irrnn w nun tva s i a u nartnisr s-.Hfiii im
ginder construction to Portland, 'Tacoma, Seattle, Byerett and
yOU have An nnan IraHa rtc nnnAnnr rUli ii ah tm vt AnArtitA It
' umces H. H. HAN8EN, Westom Mnar.
ten 0i.. . ... ...
noom , Association Block. 'Phone Main 851.
0. MAJOR. Loa1 Mnagr
The following shows the prices
paid on the local market:
Pineapples, ?7.80 a dozen.
Parsnips, ?1 per sack.
Cabbage, 4c per pound.
Cheese, per pound 26c.
Onions, 3c per pound.
BeetB, per pound, lc.
Potatoes, $1.25 per hundred.
Garlic, 12c per poundr
Pendleton Live Stock and Poultry,
Chickens, hens, per dozen, $2.50 to
Turkeys, per lb., 14c.
Geese, per doz., $9.
Spring chickens, per doz., $2.50 and
Ducks, per doz., $3.50.
Pigeons, per doz., $1.50.
Butter, COc and 80c per roll.
Eggs, 40c In trade.
Choice Beef Cattle, Etc.
Cows, per hundrfu, $33.15.
Hogs, live, $6.
Hogs, dressed, 7c. '
Veal, dressed, 8c.
Pendleton Retail Grocery Prices.
Coffee Mocha and Java, best, 40c
per lb.; next grade, 3f; per-lb.; lower
grades coffee, 25c to 15c per 'b;
package coffee, 15c per lb.
KJce Best head nee, I2c per lb,;
next grade 8 1-3 c per lb.
Sugar Cane granulate!, best, $6.30
per sack; do, 13 pounds, $1.
Salt Coarse, $1.25 per 100 ; table.
$2.50 .per 100.
Flour B. B., $4.25 per barrel; wal
ters' $4.25 per barrel.
Skins, Hides and Pelts.
Hides Dry hides, No. 1, 16 pounds
and up, 1515c per pound; dry kip.
No. 1, 5 to j.5 pounds, 12c; dry calf,
Ne. 1, under 5 pounds, 10c; dry salt
ed bulls and stags, one-third less than
dry flint; salted hides, steers, sound,
GO pounds and over, 89c; 50 to 60
pounds, 7Sc; under 50 pounds and
cows, 7c; stags and bulls, sound, 5(3)
5V&c; kip, sound, 15 to 20 pounds, 7c;
veal, sound, 10 to 14 pounds, 7c;
calf, sound, under 10 pounds, 8c;
green, (unsalted), lc per pound less;
culls, each $1.502; dry, each, $1
50; colt's hides, each 2550c; goat
skins, common, each 1015c; An
gora, with wool on, each, 25$1.
Pelts Bear skins as to size, N . J
each, $520.; cubs, $25; badger,
each, 1040c; wildcat, 2550c; house
cat, 5SP10; fox, common grey, each
3050c; do, red, each, $1.502; do.
cross, each, $56; do, silver and
black, each, $1000200; fisher, each,
$56; lynx, each, $203; mink, strict
ly No. 1, each, 50$1.50; marten,
pale pine, according to size and color,
$i.50(gi2; muskrats, large, eacn, BO)
10c; skunk, each, 4050c; civet or
polecat, each, 510c; otter, for large
prime skins, each, $b97; panther,
with bead and claws perfect, each
$30 050; wolf, mountain, with head
perfect, each, $3.505; wolf, prairie.
(coyote), without head, each 30035c:
wolverine,, each, $47; beaver, per
skin, large, $506; do, medium. $304;
do, small, $101.50; do, kits, 600 75c.
GREENEST OF ALL GREENS.
RUBBER TIRR HACK, NRW AND VERT
latMi tjrl. for tha scrvlca of the nnblle.
(T. D. Canin and Jaa. 8. McKay. Drops, Call
at the Commercial livery stams or tele
phone main 101 and the hack will call far
Michlnan Man Pavs S10 to See Ma-It
. . , ti t'lii Lima. Kunin i,Aivr,ii. ruur,
sonic Temple l urn Arouna. Telephone main 3."3. Stand In front of
lie is trom near sagmaw, iuicii ,i rrencn restaurant.
and his name Is Henry Green. At
noon Sunday ho stood in fiont of the
Masonic Temple, looklnfi up at the DR - VAUailANraTumUTEOF Tint
i'O-story building. ean Francisco Veterinary College; calls at.
tended to dy or night.
uarn; pnone ea 41.
Office at Semple's
INSURANCE & LAND BU8INE88.
By Jlminy fishhooks, she's a
wlionper. ain't she?" he said to a
youncr man with a black moustache,
who oamfi nn nnd stood beside hlin.
Thpre ain't nutb'ti' Ukh that over Juk u. rAiiann, ursium uuiiunnuuu
In Ho-rlnn, rintyH oltlior TTnW I . OL- "ltB uuu.B uiuv. ,.uu uym-
... ,. . v. I mess, sucn as nunc ot claims ana initialing
many ieet lnigut 11 ue up ineie iu contests a specialty.
ll.n Hnnlrnn tt'a nl.nnt KCfl .ill ? " I
i"l'- lx- " """ "i intTvr it 1 ir ur in Tt a T lMn nnu
1 .1 1 - At 1 -. . 1 iiv.iiii uaiuni. ,, u. u. ....i u
rive inuvireu biui uirue unci unu- mii--.-j.i,i.ii m.rt. t um flilnra
L.t, . t .M I .... Y. , .,. . 1. .......... I . W .. .
nan iKi-i iu a incii, oinu iiiu ;uiiiKiana proor; insurance ana collections. ui,
man with the black moustacne. nee in juaa Duuaing, room 10.
SnrnMinrlv mini lmvp tnlrl vntl or vnn
1 t rc w ri 1 1 una nnu BurrLias,
r. B. MERRILL, SPOKANE, WASH.
Agent New Denjmore. Second-hand trae-
titers, supplies, rellnlng, repairing.
couldn't have guessed so well."
"No, sir," said the man from Long'
man. "I never heerd how high she
was. I came over to Chicago for to
see the sights and Pete Hanks, who
lives on the next farm to me, said I
must take a look at the Masonic fiKORUB O'DANIEL. NEW AND 8KCOND
Temple or my trip to the city wouldn't 0per. hSu blr CIInd see Wn'
Ul I1U ULTUUUL
pirAST Tlmo Sohenltilo Aatv
ro From l'ondloton raon
Tottland rottland Special No. 1 The bat
8:10 am 8:00 a.m.
Chicago Chicago speelal No. 2 l'ortUuU
S :40 pm 5:psm
rortland Mall aud Kxpress No.5 The Bast
HAOam IMS a a
The East Mall and Express N0.6 PottUnsI
iiSO a m t:t5asa
rsndleton Tassengsr , Spokane
No, 7 6:Upm
Spokane Spokane r&ssenger
8 :15 a m Nn. 8
Pendleton Branch , ,
Mixed Train No. 41 1 P m
Walla Walla Rranch
Ocean and River Schedule.
All sailing dates sub-
8:00 p.m. ro?sVn0&0co -.
Ball ovary days.
8un?.V Columbia River 4!00p.,
Mpn, To Astoria and Way Sanday
lo aio p 111.
If von'll wait Iipio fnr nn hnnr" V. STROBLB. DEALER IN BECOND
said the young man. who Introduced LV oV WtJrV.
himself to Mr. Green as "Mr. Powers," stoves, granite ware and crockery .call and
nn employe 01 me temple, "l will nave get nis prices, no. aiz court street,
the engineer turn it around. We move new and second-hand goods bouoht
1110 uuuuuig uieur uruumi every iwui and sold; pawn brokers; money advanced 01
hourfc for the benefit of sightseers J" kinds of articles. Waters & sherry, props,
The man from Michigan said he
couldn't wait that lone, although he
would like to see the building turned War employment office. 638 MAIN 8T.
around so that he could go back home u." PhoMiX.iioii. .
on citen rete nanus anout it.
The stranger asked Mr. Green if lie
was willing to pay $2 to have the
building turned right, then, and Mr
Green said ho was. He gave "Mr.
i'owers" a $10 bill, and the latter
said he would have to see the engi
neer to start rlio temple revolving
WANTED SITUATION BY COMPETENT. EX.
oerleneed etenocrrmher. Ar1rirt&a R.. narA
WANTED YOUR ORDERS FOR ENGRAVED
visiting cards with plate, 1 SO
cards, wedding Invitations, etc; 100 engraved
.w 1. ...v iiui.i.tf,, ll.iliu, Miu, mill UIBtV, fl DUJ HUUlllUUBI
Mr. Green waited half an hour, unil cards In future, t per hundred. The East Or
..... . 1 I f vnn 1 a rt .
as tho building did not turn around
and "Mr. Powers" did not return with
the $8 charge he decided that he had
met "'one of them Chicago sharpers."
SUBSCRIBERS TO MAGAZINES, IP TOO
tia ronnrto (, ,( a..( want io suDscriDe 10 magaxinea or news
He leported the matter to Sergeant papers In the United States or Europe, re-
Morgan at tho central station. Chi
mlt by postal note, check,, or send to the
kakt uiiGuuNiAN too net Dub isner'
price of the publication you desire, and
we will have It sent you and assume all
the risk of the money being lost In the
malls. It will save you both trouble and
risx. 11 you are a auDscriDer to tne mast
Oregonlan, In remitting you can deduct
I Save Money and Your Eyesight i
13 Veins tho
Perfected Match Lighter
Gasoline Gas Lamp
The PERFECTED can read-
lly be lighted with a parlor As
it gives iu times tho light
of a common kerosene lamp
at half the expense a 1,4 care.
It has a Nickel-silver gen
erator which does not scale
from the action ot heat, and
wok tue up. as urass aoes
Big Art Exhibit Opened
New York, Jan. 2. The seventy
eighth annual exhibition of the Na
tional Academy of Design was opened
today in the galleries of the American Address EAST ohkoonian I'i'n, CO.
Fine Arts Society in West Fiftv-sev- 1 'enaieton, uregoa.
nth street. Tho attendance was good
but composed principally of art stuJ-
cnts. There are more than 500 works
in oil, pastel and sculpture on exhl-
CHATTEL MORTGAGE 8ALE.
Notice is hereby given that by virtue of a
itttpl mnrtpaffA. dRiAd Aiinitt !?7. 1IWV2. ,.
billon. To a large degree the great cuted by 11. C. Guernsey to C. 1). Wade, cash-
rmount of interest manifested in if0cMne?
uiv cauiujliuu 10 uue iu me tiuvcrui i lor quo mueiy oays auer us aaie, near
thousand rlollaru nfferArl na nrWpa for Interest at 8. per cent per annum from date.
u ,,. . , . ... which chattel mortgag Is given upon the one-
the best American figure composition, 0alf undivided interest In and too head of
tne tliree best pictures in oil painted stock cattle, branded on the right nip and
u, uuleuS oi ue unitea aiaies un- rl(,ht ,i,ie w, some being branded in one
uur on yfurB oi age, ana iur me uestl piace ana some m the other, ami also coveting
landfecane. Manv of thn iilntnrei n. 9'ner personal property particularly described
(j C " T , ,, tnereln, and was duly recorded on August 27,
tered, however, are not in competi- 1902. at nEe 2U of volume 6 of the Records ol
tlnn nnrl iha nnnHpmv ncrtnln l,ava I Chattel Mortraees In the office of the Recorder
purposely refrained from publicly des-?5K',0L nir.WA
ifetiaiiiij; luu wuikh uiut, re TGatiy i iwru vioisvttra uy luo maier inereoi ana snia
contending for the prizes the .fS!TViW'
being to get an idea Of public Opinion session of the following deseribed nerton7l
as to which really is the beat picture, Property, mentioned In said chattel mortgage,
unbiased by any outside considera- to-wlt: 70 head of stock cattle branded W,
tlons. ome on right hip and right side (being all ol
me property mentioned ttierein whicn ne
The French Elections. ball Interest In and to said 70 hand of rjitlla m.t
farm, Jan. 3. The French nolitlcal puuuc auction ai me nour 01 twelve o'clock
ivnrlrf nttnnhoo ..t .iu . 1 noon, on the jjtu day of January, 11X13, at ane
worm attaches great weight to the nnnn ih nMi ni m. n-imh .,,v,..i
tenntorlal elections which take place l'or house Hltnsted on the Northeast quarter
tomorrow, ana which win .iffect one- V.Vi'.f"'".tLKy. i'?,"" .",V,",'.yflr
, . sustsi vi vu v ,ueuitra iiici tuistiitu a tun mim
iiinu ui me buuih in tue upper cnara- uounty, Oregon, to ths highest bidder forcash
her. For more than a month all fac- Jn hna, the proceeds of said sale to be applied
tlons have been pursuing a vigorous pro"By
iniiipuign, ine rauicuis ueienaing tne '1"0' ,nc,""Is resjionauie aiiorneys' lees,
nrpsont nrlmlnlntrnHnn nnH ---.. Dated January ?,.1S?08. ..
. c.B, wade, cashier, Mortgagee.
iesslst8 and others bitterly denounc- By T, D. Taylor, Sheriff of Umatilla County,
eminent and tialntlng black pictures - ! .
ot the financial situation.
We hare Mutrh r.llitln
Lamps from (2.75 up.
nriie ror circulars and
STEWART & GRANT
Inventors 4 MTs
lll Third St.,
bolesale and re-
Agents wanted in every town In U. 8.
Southern Pacific Change.
Now Orleans, I.a Jan, 2. Com
mencing tomorrow all Southern Pa
cific passenger trains will enter and
leave the Union depot. Jointly with
the Illinois Central. Heretofore all
tialtis of the Southern Pacific for tho
West left the company's depot in Al
giers, outside of New Orleans., Jiy the
new arrangement a ferry exchange is
done away with and passengers frm
Chicago and the .North bound for
Southern California and San FranciH
co are enabled to make close conec
tions and in most instances without
a change of cars.
Mrs. Campbell is closing out her
stock of winter millinery at cost
i niirNunru ffiMMiy, sXji 1 1 r va irtrt
10,000 T ffjiwubUI . IisvllM.suk .fruit-tit
Hi. I) biul IJvlu UtKssM) trASt tU4 Willi
tvr l-nrfj.-ei, r ' r ' I bj t'l
Boats leave Portland dally, except Sunday,
'stags of water permitting) for Willamette ana
Yamhill River points.
4 :05a. m.
Rlparla to Lewiston
Lew Is ton
7 AO a. so.
F. F. WAMSLEY, Agent, Pendleton.
Chicago, St. Paul, Ht. Louis, Kan
sas City, Ht, Joe, Omaha, aud
All Points East and South
Portland and points
on the Sound
Leave Pendleton, dally except Sundays al
Arrive Pendleton Monday, Wednesday aad
Arrive Pendleton Tuesdav. Thuradxr mi
Saturday 035 am.
Leave Walla Walla dallv. east bound. II am aim.
Arrive Walla WMla dally, west bound, :U as.
For Information resardlns; rates and aeiwai.
modatlons, call on or address
w. adamh, Agent,
8, B. CALDBRriEAD.O. P.A.,
nana nana, wasn.
Pullman Sleeping Qirs,
Elegaut Diuing Cars,
Tourist Sleeping Cars.
Q It AND FORKS
THROUGH TICKETS T
and all polnta East and South
Through tickets to Japan aud China, via
Taooma and Northern Pacific Steamship Ce,
and American line.
Trains leave Pendlston dally except BtuUes
at 7 aXJ p. m.
and tlokeU.oallon or write W. Adams. PsE
dlston, Oregon, or.. . a. D, OHAKjLtW
- a ana Morrison bu Portland, Ota,
wvu.w bj I nuumnri ot. CU
DRUQQI8T8, PENDLETON, OREttON,