East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, January 09, 1903, DAILY EVENING EDITION, Image 7

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    ie$s Cards and Societies
AND TRADER. ALPHABETCALLY ARRANGED.
LT?arriCE IN JUDD
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Klllri fir rrfr.cttTf.er.
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feSTa. d. homeopathic
rK? Office, black .78;
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TSSrttRSOS. rOTSICIAK
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n rrtTS. OSTEOPATH!-
ror-ile -! nervous diseases
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.t- PHYSICIAN AND SUR
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jr"TjLA-.LnE, chronic
w30 "":"ri
Offirt 'pi10" maln 7215 Be-
MNED NURSES.
ETilUlES, GRADUATE NURSE
w 7, . , , Thnniuan strflet.
f i -
DENTISTS.
V. DENTIST, OFFICE IN
'Phone red 71.
DENTIST. OFFICE IN AS-
,liKt orer Schmidt's new dme
ICTS AND BUILDERS.
FRATERNAL ORDERS.
UMATILLA TKNT, Na S7, K. O. T. M.
Meets in secret Bociety nan, second and
rourtn xnesaays is each moata. ah visit
ing Sir Knight cordially Invited. J. S.
Kees, Record Keeper; H. D. Bstabrook,
I. on manner.
PENDLETON LODGE, NO. 52. A. V. AND
a. i meets nrst uo tnira Aiondajs or
men month. Visiting- brethren welcoae.
t. J. xweeay, v. u.; Joe u. i-ar.es, sec
PENDLETON CHAPTEK, NO. 28 T. C.
Taylor. . r r. f. wamsiry. secretary,
meets second and fourth Fridays of each
tnoatn in Masonic nan.
DAMON LODGE. NO. 4. KNIGHT 07
rythlaa I W. Held. C C: R. W,
Fletcher. K. of R. and S. Meets evarr
Monaay in secret society nan.
MODERN WOOMEN OF AMERICA.
Tutnllla Camp. No. 039ft. Meets first
and third Mondays of each month at Odd
Fellows hall. Ueorze A Ilsmblln. Con
am; u. a. hoddi-s, ier.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD RBODLAR
meeting of Pendleton Camn. No. 41. W.
of W. are held In Secret Society hall every
Saturday evening. Visiting neighbors are
always welcome. J. P. Walker. Clerk: A.
J Owen, C C.
PKNDLKTON CIRCLE NO 6?7, WOMEN OF
vrooacraii, mcen every triaat ereninc at
Bendrlz nail. All TlilUnr nelirhbort ara cor
dially inriiet to attend Minnie Btlllman,
unaraian licignpor; tvA leicner, viera.
ATTORNEYS.
JAMES A. FEE, LAW OFFICE IN J ODD
building.
ITAILKY k LOWELL, ATTORNETB AT
law, OOce la Despaln Block.
BALLERAT It McCOTJRT, LAWVER8. As
sociation oniiaine.
H. E. COLLIER. LAWYER, OFFICE
rooms 7 and 8, Association building.
CARTER A RALET, ATTORNEYS AT
law. Office In Burin fi Bank bonding.
HENRY J. BEAN, ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Association Block, Pendleton, Oregon.
!iS& ARCHITECT AND S0.
pis. aakes complete and rella
p r Mlilngt In the city or conn-
fj COLE, CONTBACTOR8 AND
M BC1 cm famished on short
u Virir a SDedsltT. Prompt
, S$ ca Bluff street near Main.
fl CONTRA CTOS AND BOILD-
tsU- I nusnea on an suj i
r.teust walks, stone walls, etc
ut But Oregonian ouce.
IS, ARCHITECT AND SO-
BOOm JO, ASSOCUIUOD
te&cm, Oregon-
PLABTERINO AND CJS-
CBKst walks a specialty. B-
Fna-lri tnt. work t-naranteea.
Lh t Bidlrr and Zehner's cigar
Sit, P. 0. k 1M.
NK6 AND BROKERS.
I1TI0SAL BASK OF ATHENA,
ClDltal, I50.WW . snrpins ma
tKCtt. lntettst on time deposits.
lonlgn ana aoaraiic cai.ss?.
I pcompuj aneaaca to. nwuj
m.iAmt: T. J. Kirk. Tlce-presl-
lt7,. Barnrtt. eubkr; F. B. Le-
laulttant euL'er,
fAEKEES' BASK Or WESTON,
Ore- Does a general eana-
ea ExcnsBge oongm ana soia.
nramnflv mttenAnA tn. R
ipedJeut: Sorge W Proebstel,
atel: J. JL KILcort. cashier: dl-
, G. L Eartsan, U. M. Johns, T.
t, u a crair, i, f siigore, Robert
, t a. rroeDiiei.
mW-TOX BAVINQ8 BANK.
, Oraroi! Onranlsed March 1.
ftjful, 150.000, inrplns, $90,000;
r on on time deposits. EX-
kqt: mi ind on all principal
aiicniic:! giTen to coi
W J PnmUh. nrealdent: J. N.
KeiMt: T J Morrla, cashier;
t-hixfj, uabtant cashier
rUTIOXAL BAjtS OF PENDLE
tMlttl, I70.00O aurplua, 185,000.
1 lattll tlll.'r bmlnMU. Rr.
Irt telgriphlc transfers sold on
Ms rrtncieco. New Tork and
ateu In the Northwest Drafts
nba, Ja;n and EuroDe. Makes
maonab! terms. Lerl An-
-t! w F Matlock. Tlce-presl
.'Wade, rainier n r Jnktia
lartler.
N. BERKELEY, ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office In .Association mock.
E. D. BOYD, ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Court-street.
Ill
L. IB. REEDER. ATTORNEY
Pendleton, Oregon.
AT LAW,
BTILLMAN 1 PIERCE. ATTORNEYS AT
law. Mr. SUllman has been admitted to
practice In United Btatea patent offices
and --makes a specialty of Patent Law.
Rooms 10, 11. 12 and 13, Association
Block.
R. B BRYBuN, ATTO R" KY-AT-LAW ; COL
lectlosa and lninxanee. Offlce In K. O. build
ing.
! I LLi-t in ,J " 1 - .
SPUE Ct'RE.
Mrs. Hewitt How did you inanaf-r to hrrak your husband ot the habit of
walking In his sleep?
Mr. Dewltt Every time ho got up to walk I put the baby In his arms.
R. J. SLATER, ATTORNEY, ROOMS C5 JUDD
Snuding.
TONSO.niAL PARLORS.
9v rninotn 11 1 nDvn enno Aim
bath rooms Main street, three doora north ot
Kitw ToxaoMar. paslobd. coitet bt
Three doors weatofOolden Rule Hotel. J.
II. Pace, Prop. First class Workmen, orery
thing clean, all modern lmproremenU.
PATTON8 SANITARY BARBER SHOP. DH8-
paln block, oaurt street; txst wor-mansnin;
all the modern lmproremenu ; au tools item
lied; bath rooms in connection.
PHOTOGRAPHERS.
W. S. BOWMAN, LEADING PHOTOGRA
Dher of the city. Harrest Tlews, In
dlan photos for sale. Finishing done for
amateurs. Main St, near bridge. 'Phone
red 278.
BOOT AND SHOE REPAIRING.
L. QBEENAWALD, THE OLD RELIABLE
Shoemaker. First-class repairing with
best materlala. Shop In rear of Dlndlager
Wilson & CO.
JOHN WIL80N, FIRST-CLASS 8HOB
maker and repairer. Best material rued
and good work done, chop 117 Alta Bt
CTRICAL SUPPLIES.
217 COOBT srrppirr
pMtrlelani, dulert in elec
Honaea. stores, wlrod for
btlla or tlnhnnM ITI.
I Of all klndl. Qot our iriHi
i specialty,
LIVERY AND FEED STABLES.
THE CITY LIVKRY BOARD AND 8ALE
Btable, M J. Carnoy, proprietor, for fine
jnrnouti. HiaDie no ai; street,
LIVERY, FEED AND SALES STABLE, A. C.
Dresner, Prop.. Old Sera pie stable, 723 Cotton
wood street; careful attention giren to horses
leit witn os.
COMMERCIAL 6TABLES, G.. M. FBOOME
JroD. LIrery, reed ana boaraing. aii
Kinds of turnouts. Competent drlrers. Op
posite Hotel Pendleton. 'Phost main 141.
OREGON FEED YARD. W. T. BOYNTON
nroo. Si-eclal care ciren to horaes left
with me. Lower Webb street "Phone
red t.
COMMISSION CO
r&Pir&i Ann ciiddiiic tmn nnnn
V wii iirtb i till L vU III UUw tVfWVvai
llaHs Grain, PrevlalenB, Steeks, Bonds and Cotton for
Caah or Future Delivery
1 k SOTernment. munlrlnal nnH mlBPPllnins securities. Own-
U.g the moat extensive private wire system In the world we
large or small orders more promptly ana Bausiaciorr man
ftoseern.
IPwwntee to execute orders wlien HmlU are reached. We do not
rSSnOriglrtla fnr n,nr V,n .V. 1 .. n1... In trnAt Wfl
interest for carrying long stocks.
JNS REQUIRED Grain, lc per bushel; stocks. t per share.
-Grain u i... ... , . . ...
w tesfl you our Boot of StnHstte. rm Tlallv Market free. Write
"tfEBENCE. 75 National and State Banks.
-Xf Kil Tf T..l . m -. . 1 as ill.- V
u ir? 01 uoBamerce u uiiaing, Minneapolis, -,
rErrJ- Pullman, JilUyllle, Dayton. Walla Walla. Moscow. Pendle-
rj wmbwucuud 10 rwTuwaiQ, jacoma, ocaiuo, jtcicli, uu
F67tU0fflaVe 8D 0peD trade or 8CCOunt lr,th ue y0B cn OPr-t 11
0me. Room 4, Association Block. 'Phone Main 951.
G. MAJOR. Manager
COMMERCE-TRADE
The following shows the prices
paid on the local market:
Pineapples. J7.S0 a dozen.
Parsnips, 1 per sack.
Cabbage, 4c per pound.
Cheese, per pound 25c.
Onions, 3c per pound.
Beets, per pound, lc.
Potatoes, $1.25 per hundred.
Garlic, 12Vc per pound.
Pendleton Live Stock and Poultry.
Chickens. henB. per dozen. S2.50 to
$3.60.
Turkeys, per lb., 14c
Geese, per doz ?9.
Spring chickens, per doz.. S2.E0 and
13.
Ducks, per aoz., $3.50.
Pigeons, per doz., $1.50.
Butter, 60c and 80c per roll.
Eggs, 40c In trade.
Choice Beef Cattle, Etc
Cows, per hundred, $33.15.
Steers, $3.75.
Hogs, live, $6.
Hogs, dressed, 7c.
Veal, dressed, 8c.
Pendleton Retail Grocery Prices.
Coffee Mocha and Java, best, 40c
per lb.; next grade, ZT? per lb.; lower
grades coffee, 25c to 15c per lb;
package coffee, 15c per lb.
Rlce Best head nee, 12c per lb.;
next grade 8 l-3c per lb.
Sugar Cane granulated, 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.
BOARD AND LODGING.
EMPIRE LODGINGS HOUSE, CORNBiTOP
E. Court and . Johnson' streets. Qood
large, clean rooata with comfortable beds.
Rates 25c and SOc a night Tbos. Smart
Prop.
HOTEL ALTA, CORNER ALTA AND
, Mill streets. Board by the day or week.
Good table set Rates $1 and $5 per week.
Pendleton Feed Yard In connection. L.
Neff, prop.
TilK ST. QKORQK RESTAURANT REOD
tar meali 35 centa. Bhort orders a specialty,
Open day and night T, A. Oldlather, Prop.
TilK 8TRAROM ROOMINO noUSK 61g MAIN
treetMra II. K. Cooper, Prop. Brerythlns
new and strictly nrt clasi. Rates e, A0c and
II per day
LODOIKQ AND DOAKDINO HOUSE! ROOMS
for lolgcra, and llght.houiekeplng, E. .V.
Sullivan. proprietor, Cottonwood itreet.nft
to Wheolcr'a Tboto Oallety.
the white Lorxiiso nonsB. 301 sooTn
Main itreet Mrs. Mary Wllllami, Prop,
tlotiiiekeeplng roomi and lodging rooms.
Good comfortable roomi and clean, well kept
bedi. Lodging 2.1 rente.
CABS AND CARRIAGES.
RUBBER T1RB HACK, NEW AND VERY
latea atyle, for the service ot the pnbtle.
C D. Cariln and Jas. 8. UcKav. nrotn. Call
at the Commercial livery stable or tele
phone main lor and the back win call rsr
j cm.
CITY CAB LINE, KRWIK BAKF.H, rROP.
Telephons Main 9l Ofllco and waiting
room, Alta atrcet, next wsAvinga nana mag.
VETERINARY SURGEON.
DR. G. W. VACOnAN, GRADUATE OF THE
San Franclico Veterinary College; calla at
tended tn dir or nicht. Offico at Depot
Stables; phone Ken fill.
BLACK8MITHINQ.
COPELAND ft SON FOR WHEAT RACKS.
Cheapest and best In town, 114 Was Bt
TRANSPORTATION LINES.
AN
OJREGON
StiOfTLlNE
AUNIONPACIHC
Dsraav
roa
Portland
8:10 a in
Chicago
iw pm
Portland
1:60 am
Tlmo Hohlula
From t'onilloton
Portland Special No. 1
Chicago SpeeUt No. 2
aaatvs
raoM
The 1
8Ma.a,
rortlaa4
Utopia
Mall and Kipren No.S
The Xart
l:Mam
The Kail,
IMin
Spokane
8:15 a m
60 p m
INSURANCE & LAND BU8INE88.
dry flint; salted hides, steera, sound,
60 pounds and over, 89c; 60 to 60
pounds, 7Sc! under 50 pounds and
cows, 7c; stags and bulls, sound, 60
5Hc; kip, sonnd, 15 to 20 pounds, 7r,;
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, $10
1.60; colt's hides, each 25050c; goat
skins, common, each 10015c; An
gora, with wool on, each, 25 $1.
Pelts Bear skins as to size, N-. 1
each. $520; cubs, $25: badger,
each, 1040c; wildcat, 2550c; house
cat, 5010; fox, common grey, each
3050c; do, red. each, $1.5002; do,
cross, each, $56; do, Bllver ana
black, each, $100 200; fisher, each,
$5G: lynx, each, $203; mink, strict
ly No. 1. each. EO0$1.EO: marten.
pale pine, according to size and color,
$1.5002; mnskrats, large, each, BO
10c; skunk, each, 40050c; civet or
polecat, each, BOlOc; otter, for large
prime skins, each, ?e7; panther,
with head and claws perfect, each
$30050; wolf, mountain, with head
perfect, each, $3.5006; wolf, prairie,
(coyote), without head, each 30S5c
wolverine, each, $47; beaver, per
skin, large, $506; do, medium. $3 4
do, small, $101.60; do, kits, 60076c.
J. M. BENTLEY REPRESENTS THE OLDEST
and most reliable fire and accident inmr.
ance companies. Office with Hartman Ab
stract Co.
JOB H. PARSES, OFFICE COTTONWOOD
St Opera house block ;land o tries bus
iness, snch as filing ot claims and Initiating
contests a specialty..
JOHN HAILEY, JR., U. 8. LAND COM
mlaaloner Boeclsltv made ot land flllngs
and proof; Insnranca and collections. Of
fice In Jndd building, room 1U.
Mall ami Eipreu No. 6
rortlaua
U5aa
Pendleton Patisnger
No, 7
Spokann Paesengcr
No. 8
Pendloton Branch
Mixed Train No. 41
Wall Walla Branch
Mixed Train No. i'i
Spokaas
SiUpss
mo pi
Ocean and River Schedule.
FROM PORTLAND.
TYPEWRITERS AND 8UPPLIE8,
r. B. MERRILL, SPOKANE, WASH.
Aeent New Densmore. second-hand tys-
m titers, supplies, rellnlng, repairing.
SECOND HAND DEALERS.
All sailing dates sub-
.. pifsfranXo
Sail every 5 dayi.
"DaUy 1
B-ndVy Columbia River txo
tmp.ta. To Astoria and Way Sunday
Saturday Landings.
10:00 p. m.
"Wlllamotto Klvor.
Boats leave Portland dally, except Bnday,
(tags of wator permitting) (01 Willamette aa
Yamhill River points.
Leave Lear
Biparla Snake River LowlaUa
txa.m. RIparia to Lewliton 7 o a. ta.
Dally Dally
ExcptMon Excpt-taa
GEORGE O'DANIEL, NEW AND SECOND
band gooda bought anq sold, court Bt,
Opera house block. Csll and see him.
V. BTROBLE. 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 his prices, no ziz court street.
NEW AND SECONDHAND GOODS BOUGHT
and sold; pawn brokers; money advanced on
all kinds of articles. Waters t Sherry, props.,
7,12 uoiionwooo. itreet.
EMPLOYMENT OFFICES,
Skins, Hides and Pelts.
Hides Dry hides. No. 1. 16 pounds
and up, 1515M:c per pound; dry kip.
No. 1, 5 to 15 pounds, 12c; dry calf,
Ne. 1, under 5 pounds, 10c; dry salt
ed bulls and stags, one-third less than
PEOPLE EXPECT
THE BEST
In the way of luxury and
solid comfort when they
trawl via
And they are never dlsaj
poliited not even the nioit
exacting, or the Famous
Trains of this Famous Line
are all euulpped Willi "The
3est of Everything."
Remember It Is theSljort
Line between Minne
apolis. St.Paul and
Chicago.
Anything you wish to know about
Comfortable Traveling gladly answered
by
li. L. SISLER, Gen'l Aflt
248 Alder Street, Portland, Ore.
T. V. TEASDALE,
General raaaenger Agent, 6t. Paul,
Minn,
Many Stockmen Expected.
Kansas City, Jan. 9. Secretary C
F. Martin, of the N'atlonal Livestock
Association, is in receipt of advices
which indicate that the attendance at
the convention of the association here
next week, will be very large. The
pioposed packing house merger and
numerous other questions affecting
the livestock interests have aroused
the stockmen throughout the country
to a sense of the importance of get
ting together for mutual protection,
The advance guard of delegates Is al
ready putting In an appearance and
by the first of the week It Is expected
that thousands of stockmen will be in
the city. Applications for quarters at
the various hotels show that largo
delegations will be on hand from
Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Wyom
ing, Texas, Oklahoma, Arizona, Colo
lado, Kansas, Nebraska, Iowa and
nearly every other state and territory
west of the Mississippi River.
Dally f East -Oreeonlan by earrlsr,
only li MAt a vrnk,
Boy Wonders to be Sent Abroad,
New Yor. Jan. 9. The procecdu of
the Knickerbocker Charity Ball at
tiie Waldorf-Astoria tonight will ho
used to send three boys prodigies in
music, all brotiiers to the Brussela
Conservatory for a musical education.
They are Charles Mitchell and Ralph
ICellcrt, ranging in age from 11 to 14
years, the tons of an engineer living
In Montreal, Canada. The prodigies
were discovered by Mrs. Henry
Clarke Coe, a New York society wo
man, while she- was visiting the Thou
sand Islands labt summer. She heaid
(he youngest boy playiug on a violin
at 011c of Dip big hotels, and was so
Impressed that a hp iiihih- Inquiries
that resulted In her bringing the thro
lads back tc New York with her- slncn
then they have been under excellent
tutors here, and their Improvement
has been almobt wonderful.
New Railways In Mexico,
City of Mexico, Jan, 9. It is an
nounced that the Guggeulieim Explor
ation Company, which Is the Mexi
can branch of the American Smelting
pnd Ilefllnlni; company, has approved
plans for the Immediate construction
of more than 200 miles of 1 all ways.
It is proposed to build a number of
short lines In Mexico connecting the
mines of the company with trunk lines
of road in order to afford adequate
lililppliig facilities. Many of the mines
which the company recently purchas.
ed are remotely situated from rail
ways tra'nspoatlon and cannot hu
profitably worked until railway con
nection Is given them.
It you need help or seek employment call on
ua. rogns Alain lull.
F. F. WAM8LKV, Agent, PjndUtoa.
Washington &
Columbia River
Railroad
WANTED.
WANTED SITUATION BV COMPETENT, EX.
pencuveu iicuugrapiicr. Auurt-H o., cars
x,. u.
WANTED TOUR ORDERS FOR ENO RAVED
cards, weddinr In-ttationi. tn; Mr) enrra-eri
Tiiiiina caraa wiin oiaie. ilmji aaaiuonai
cardi in intnre, Jl per hundred. Tba East Or-egonlan.
MISCELLANEOUS.
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want to subscribe to msgsilnes or news
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mit by postal note, check, or send to the
EAST OREQONIAN the net publisher's
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we will have It sent you and assume all
the risk of the money being lost In the
malls. It will ssve yon both trouble and
risk. If you are a subscriber to the East
Oregontan, In remitting you can deduct
III per cent irom, me puuusuers price,
Address EAST OIIEGO.NIAN I'l'll CtJ
Pendleton, Oregcn.
CHATTEL MORTGAGE 8ALE.
Notice Is hereby given that by virtue of a
iattl mortgage, dated Auguit CT, 1002, exe
cuted by II. C. Guernsey to O. B. Wade, cash
ier, securing the payment of the promissory
note described therein, of even date therewith,
lor w. 00, ane ninety aaye auer m uauj, inn
IntAirat at ft ner cent ner annum from data.
which chattel mortgage Is given upon the one.
nan nnniTinf.a miercii in ana 10 tu aciu ui
stock cattle, branded on tbe right lit p and
right side W, some being branded In one
other personal property particularly described
therein, and was duly rscorded on Auguit 27,
Chattel Mortgage! In tbe office of the Recorder
of Conveyances of Umatilla County, Oregon,
tbe conditions 01 said cnattei mortgage nsTinz
been violated by tbe maker thereof and said
promissory note being still unpaid; therefore.
me aaia v. n, waae, casaier, uu wu w
session of the following densrlbed personal
property, mentioned In aald chattel mortgage.
niihlln auction at thi; hour of twelve o'clock.
noon, on the l.'tb day ot January, 100,1, at and
upon tbe ranch of store Hampton, at the dwet
llnv hnuaa nltuiU-l on thn Hnrtheast ansrter
iA vrt Inn i7. In To nahlnR Nortli and Ransa
.72 Kast of the t'lllauiette Meridian. In Umatilla
county, Oregon, to irie nigneit maoer lor cam
In hand, 'he proceeds of said Rule to be applied
to tbe paymnt of the amount due on said
nromlkanrr noLe and the colts and eirxmei of
rale, Including reasonable attorneys' feni.
iiau-a January z. ivai
O. If, WADK, Caihler, Mortgages.
BrT. I). Taylor. Sheriff of Umatilla County,
Oregon, and Asentof Mortsasee.
OABTER A HALEY, Attorneys.
Take this
route for
Chicago, Bt. Paul, Bt. Louis, Kaii
aas City, Bt Joe, Omaha, and
All Points East and Sooth
Portland and points
os the Sound
TIME CARD.
Leave Pendleton, dallv ezesot BnndaTa at
7:00. pm.
Arrive rendleion Monday. Wednesday aaa
Frldsy 11:25 pm.
Arrive I'endleton Tuesday. Thnradar ana
Saturday 8 35 am.
Leave Walla Walla dally, east bound, 11:00 pat.
Arrive Walla Walla dally, west bound, 8:u am,
For Information rezardlns rataa and aeaeaa.
modatlons, call oil or address
w. auauh, Agsni,
Pendleton. Oreroa.
8. B. CALDBRIIBAD, O P. A..
walla walla, Wash,
RUNS
Pullman Sleeping Girs,
Elegant Dining Qrs,
Tourist Sleeping Cars.
TOJ
TO
f HI'. PAUL
MINNEAPOLIB
DULUTH
FARGO
GRAND FORKB
OROOKBTON
WINNEPEG
IIKLKNA and
IBU.TE,
THROUGH TICKETS
CHICAGO
WASHINGTON
PHILADELPHIA
NEW YORK;
liOSTON
and all twiiils East and Boutb
fhrouirh tickets to Jai-aa and Ohlna. (la
Tacoma and Northern PaclOo Bteamibip Ca.
and American line.
TIM-SCHEDULE,
Trains leave Pendleton daily exoeDi laaaa
at 7 W0 p.m.
For farther Information, time caidi, B)S
and tickets, call on or write W. Adami. I'M,
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