East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, January 12, 1903, DAILY EVENING EDITION, Image 7

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CHITEJTS AND BUILDERS.
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FRATERNAL 0RDER8.
Umatilla Tent. no. 27. re. n t t
MeeU In Secret Society ball, second and
luuim intimyi m eacn montn. All visit
ing Sir Knights cordially Inrlted. J. S,
Kees, Record Keeper; B. D. Estabrook,
lominanaer.
PENDLETON LODGE, NO. B2, A. V. AND
A. M., meets flnt and third Mondays of
vuku ujuuiu. v wiling oremrcn welcome.
r. 4. xweeay, w. u.; Joe n. rarkes, Sec
PENDLETON CHAPTER, NO. 28 T. C.
Taylor, tl. P.. F. P. Wamaley. secretin.
uiL-eLM iccuuu aou louno vnaays or eacn
montu in masonic nan.
DAMON LODGE, NO. 4. KNIGHT OF
rytnias. u. w. neia. c. c : n. w.
Fletcher. K. of R. and H. Mrrti vrr
aiouuay in eecrec aociery nail.
MODERN WOOMEN OP AMERICA..
Tuttillla Camp. No. 0390. Mceta Drat
and third Mondays of each month at Odd
Fellows' hall. (leortre. A Hamtilln. Con
anl; 0. A. Robbing, Clerk.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD REGULAR
meetings of Pendleton Camn. No. 41. w.
of W lire held In Secret Society hall every
Saturday evenlnc. Visltlnc nelchbora are
nlwnys welcome. J. P. Walker, Clerk; A.
owen, c. c.
FENDLETON CIRCLE NO 627, WOMEN OF
Woodcraft, moots evory Friday evening; at
Ilendrlx Hall. All vltltlne nelchbora are cor.
dtilly Invite 1 to attend. Mlnnlo Btlllman,
ananllan Neighbor; Eva Fletcher, Clerk.
ATTORNEYS.
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"Yds, wih."
"Snme t).'r frlon.l ,tu till 7"
"N'o snli tint yo .-?p ills l '.! .mllj
IT ' TIIK AGE.
"i ' i ape on that-silk hat."
id hat."
JAMES A. FEE, LAW OFFICE IN JUDD
DuiiainR. ,
HAILET & LOWELL, ATTORNEYS AT
law. Omce In Deapaln RIock.
RALLERAT & McCOURT, LAWYERS, AS
sociation nuiiaing.
CARTER & RALEY, ATTORNEYS AT
law. omce in savings uanK cnuaing.
HENRY 3. BEAN, ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Association RIock, Pendleton, Oregon.
E. D. BOYD, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Ill
Court street.
I 1.1)1.1., tUAlllAUTUUS AII1J
Estimates rurnlshed on snort
Job Work a specialty. Prompt
i on Blue street near Main
. EiHaatei turnisnea on an tunas
7T. nujiL nam., bluuc 11 ui i.i v.v
tH it i:nar iirepnnian omce.
TI0CT11AN. AllUUlTliiUX 4U OU-
al Room ID. Association
rtilleton, Oregon.
IF.Ll.AtL. rijADimLIilU AOU LU
SH. LfUCUL . III.. u liM.w.kJ I
Kierj tt Baoley and zenner's cigar
i!a St. P. O. nox iu.
BANKS AND BROKERS.
'StTins-At. HANK OP ATHENA,
ifinnn intirpat on time aeposita.
In fnreii... unA domestic exchange,
E. I., llariwtt. tMBier h. ub-
Inslnws. Eichanse bonclit and sold.
Mm 0 n fir J V l7llrnM Tf nlu.pt
uwiii, iju.uuu snro us. iimummi
r. winpnr nnri si.iii n
.-imui attention given to coi
IV J. Famish, nrraldent ' J. N
fliA.nfM!flAn rn g . , ,
. nine, sssist&ii' casnier.
AJTiCNAI I1ANIT OR- PRMnr.it.
.Capital. JTO.OOO. surplus. J05.000.
t ffCneral tinnVlnr him nM Viw-
iti telegraphic trnnBters sold on
- liauciauu. iorK inn
pomu in tne Northwest. Drafts
., japan ana Europe. Makes
reasonable terms. Levi An
il WdA n a n 1. 1 . n n. . t
(PTD I A A I ni Inni .
- u u I I u IL.U,
nclrlclan, dealers In 'olec
Of all klfirla flf mi, n.lu.
L. B. REEDER, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Pendleton, Oregon.
Ii. 8 RRYSoN, ATTORNKY-AT-LAW; COL
Jectlons and insurance. Office In E. O. building.
R. J. SLATER, ATTORNEY, ROOMS 425 JUDD
Building.
T0NS01IAL rARLORS,
BILLY KRAB8IQ, BARBER SHOP AND
bath roonn, Main street, three doors north of
Hotel St. George. First class service.
.NEW TONBORIAL PARLORS, COURT ST ,
Three doors west oi Golden Rule Hotel. J.
H Taee, Prop. First class Workmen, every
thing clean, all modern Improvements,
PATTON '8 SANITARY BARBER SHOP, DES-
raln block, Court street; btst workmanship;
the modern Improvements; all tools steril
ized; bath' rooms in connection.
PHOTOGRAPH ER8.
W. S. BOWMAN, LEADING PUOTOGRA--oher
of the city. Harvest views. In
dian photos for sale. Finishing done for
amateur. Main St. near bridge. 1'none
rea 278.
THESHEEP-SHEARER
ONE OF THE GREAT IN-
LAND EMPIRE TRADES
BOOT mND SHOE REPAIRING.
L. OREENAWALD. THE OLD RELIABLE
Shoemaker. First-class repairing wltn
best materials. Shop In rear of Dlndlnger
Wilson 4 CO.
JOHN WILSON. FIRST-CLASS SHOE
maker and repairer. Best material nsed
and good work done. Shop 117 Alta St
LIVERY AND FEED STABLE8.
TITE CITY LIVERY BOARD AND BALE
Blame, -M J. u&rney, proprietor, for nne
turnouts, mnvie l in Aim street,
LIVERY, FEED AND SALES STABLE, A. C
Dresser, Prop., Old Semple Stable, 723 Cotton
wood streot; careful attention given to horses
urn- wttn us.
OMMERCIAL STABLES, G. M. FROOME
I'ron. Livery, reed ana bosmior. ah
Kinds of turnouts. Competent drivers. Op
posite uotel I'enaieton. rnone miin lol.
OREGON FEED YARD, W. T. BOYNTON
prop. Hpecl&l care given to horses left
with me. Lower Webb street. 'Phone
-cd 204.
BLACKSMITHING.
rOPELAND 4 SON FOR WHEAT RACKS.
Cheapest end beat In town, 814 Webb St.
TYPEWRITERS AND SUPPLIES.
8. MERRILL, 8FOKANE,- WASH.
Agent New Densmore. Second-hand type-
(titers, supplies, rellnlng, repairing.
E COMMISSION CO.
CAPITA! Awn ciiddhic conn nnnii
iint. mil WWII! UUU iiifUUVUVII
uram, Provisions. Stocks. Bonds and Cotton for
uash or Future Delivory
vwraiinir the. A.iHni..A i x i 1-1
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vniTllJ"' Ac Per bushel; stocks of 1 per cent.
" acuu YOU OUr Unfit Of qintlsHno anrf rinllv Tlfolrt fru TOHto
The Long-Tour From California to
Montana Public Shearing Pens
Old Veterans Have Sheared Around
the World Montana Sheep Free
From Sand.
The Inland Empire has many of the
most noted picturesque occupations
followed by Americans, and none of
these Is more noteworthy than the
trade of sheep shearing.
It Is common to the residents of the
sheep country and Its peculiarities are
so familiar that Its Interest does not
appeal to Ihem.
Since sheen shearing first became
an industry of the Pacific Coast, Uie
sheep-shearer has been the leading
artist connected with that business.
In fact, he is the only skilled trades
man attached to it, since It is an
Ciiom of the country that "anybody
con raise rheep or herd sheep, but It
takes an expert to shear them."
Sheep shearing, as a trade, sprang
into existence with the accumulation
of sheep into large bands on the Pa
cific Coast. They join together under
supervision of a "boss," who engages
all the business possible In advance.
The number of men In the crowd
varies from 10 to 20, with the require
ments of the locality. The usual man
ner of shearing in Oregon Is for the
snearers to go to each sheep owner's
shearing pens. In Montana, and at
places in Idaho, there are great pub
lic pens built to accommodate from
20 to 40 nun, to which the flocks are
driven from the adjacent ranges. This
method is employed to facilitate wool
-shipping, the pen being built by the
ranroaa, ana to do away with the ex
pense of building shearing pens on
each ranch. At Huntington, Oregon,
and also lu Crook county, public
sneanng pens have been operated for
teveral years part.
The old veteran sheep shearers
that did most of the work on Ore-
pen ranges, up to five or six years
apo, were mostly Callfornlans.
In February these roving crowds of
men would organize at Bakeisfleld
and Delano, in Southern California
shear out the great bands of that dis
trlct and by March would be on the
ground in Humboldt. Northern Cal
Ifcrnla, to clip the flocks of that coun
ty
From Humboldt the crowd would
make a long Jump to Lake county.
Oregon, shear out the bands there
ord by April 35, would be at Ileppner
tc begin the Eastern Oregon c-Atn-palgn.
The seascn opens later and later as
w
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,; local Natlonul and 8tate Bank.
"i-rtncwilh: PnrUtnn Raulnta Elanls
"" Ul "-iommerce uuiiaing, Minneapolis, Minn., atx-
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- unices.
e n Offlee, Room 4, Association Block. 'Phon Main 951.
I- 0. MAJOR. MauMgw
Keep somplaining of the quality
oi your outterr- mere is onlv one
they advance northward. From the
Heppner district, which Is finished up
by May 1st, the shearers come to the
Pendleton district, where In two weeks
the Umatilla county fleeces are put
Into sacks.
From Pendleton the shearers branch
cut on two leading routes. Part of
them go to Sprague, Washington, and
part to Huntington and Caldwell, both
great sheep centers.
These points are sheared out by
June 1st, usually, though it depends
upon the weather, and then the divid
ed forces, that separated at Pendleton,
unite again at the Montana corrals,
June 10 to 12.
Montana Is finished up by July 1st,
or a we?k sooner. Then the profes
sionals take the backward track.
Nearly every professional sheep shear
er has another trade.
Most of them are sack sowers, trac
t'en engineers, expert threshing ma
chine men, and to their misfortune.
many or the old class of shearers
Were Inveterate gamblers.
From Montana the great crowds go
to the Palcuse and Umatilla county
rarvests, only waiting for the first
touch of winter weather to hurry them
southward, to land In Southern Cali
fcrnla by the September shearing season.
In that transcontinental tour, so to
speak, these trademen traversed the
entire length of the Pacific coast,
from the British line on the Flathead
ranges, to the Mexican border at San
Diego.
Montana has always been the best
"sheep shearing" state. Her sheen
are clear of sand and a greater num
ber can be sheared In a dav.
Tho prices vary with diffeient years.
rnu aiuerent localities. In the South
ern California pens, the ruling prico
is nva cents per head.
As the shearer advances north, he
finds an Increasing price, ranging
irora six cents in southern Oregon
to eight and nine cents In Montana.
Many of the old shearers are from
Australia, New Zealand and South
America.
lliey follow this extremolv liar.l
lr.bor year in and year out, until they
uieait aowr. ana lodge In some easy
ui'cupaiion.
The capital of a sheen shearer Is
couple pair of good shears, an oil stono
o' tne finest grade, and his o
clothes.
Preparing his shears for work Is tho
nrst accomplishment of the nrofns
sional, for upon the smooth and. easy
action of this implement depends' the
numner or sneep the operator shears
if a aay.
The numLer of sheep sheared by the
experts differ. The general average
it- oa, lor an Kinds or sheen. narlintiB
although trany of them reach 100 to
in clean wooled sheep.
ins shearing machine is now in
vading the trade, as new Inventions
are constaiily doing. Later years have
lound young men of the neighborhoods
doing much of the shearing. Tho old
veteran of the 1880 class is scarcely
ever seen in me ereat nens todnv.
The long tour of the entire coast Is
no more undertaken and the boys who
ioiiow me traao live next door to the
si.eepownors.
BOARD AND LODGING,
EMPIRE LODGING HOUSE, CORNER OF
a Court and Johnson streets. 3ood
large, clean rooms with comfortable bed.
Rates 25c and 50c a night. Tho. Smart,
Prop.
HOTEL ALTA, CORNER ALTA AND
Mill streets. Board by the day or week.
Good table set. Rates $4 and 5 per week.
Pendleton Fed YuM In rannvllnn. r.
Netr, prop.
illE ST. GEORGE RESTAURANT. REGU
ar meats scents, short orders a specialty.
Open day and night. T. A. Oldfather, Prop.
THE 8TRAHON ROOMING HOUSE 61S MAIN
street, Mrs H. E.Cooper, Prop. Everjthlnt
new and strlftlr flril daIm? .ml
tl per day.
LODGING AND BOARDING HOUSE; ROOMS
lor lodgers and light housekeeping, E. Vt
Sullivan, proprietor, Colt nwood street, next
to heeler's Photo Gallery.
THE WHITE LODGING HOUSE, 301 SOUTH
"in street. Mrs. siary Williams, Prop.
Housekeeping rooms and lodging rooms.
Good comfortable rooms and clean, veil kept
beds. Lodging 25 cents.
CABS AND CARRIAGES.
RUBBER TIRE HACK, NEW AND VEnY
latea style, for the service of the nnhllr.
C. D. Carlln and Jas. S. McKay, props. Call
at the Commercial livery stable or tele
phone main tut ana tne nack will call fsr
yoa.
CITY CAB LINE, ERWIN BAKF.H, PROP.
Telephone Main ,01 Office and waiting
room, Alta street, next to Savings Bank Bldg.
VETERINARY SURGEON.
DR. Q. W. VAUGIIAN, GRADUATE OF THE
San Francisco Veterinary College; calls at
tended to div or nlffht. Office, at Denot
Stables; phono Rod Ml.
INSURANCE & LAND BU8INES8.
J. M. BENTLEY REPRESENTS THE OLDEST
and most reliable Are and accident Insur
ance companies. Office with Hartman Ab
stract Co.
TRANSPORTATION LINE!.
(fit WlTrM
SHoi(rI.iNfi
and union pacific
JOE H. PARKES, OFFICE COTTONWOOD
St Opera house block ;land office bus
iness, such as filing of claims and Initiating
contests a specialty.
JOHN nAILEY, JR., U. 8. LAND COM-
missioner specialty maae oi iana mines
and proof; Insurance and collections. Of
fice In Judd building, room It).
SECOND-HAND DEALERS.
GEORGE O'DANIKL, NEW AND SECOND
hand coods bought and sold. Court St..
Opera house block. Call and see bint.
V. STROBLE, DEALER IN 8ECOND-
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 212 Court street.
NEW AND SECONP-HAND GOODS BOUGHT
and sold; pawn bulcrs; monov advanced on
all kinds of articles. Waters t sherry, props.,
782 Cottonwood street
EMPLOYMENT OFFICES.
BP.OONKMORE, THK EMPLOYMENT AGF.NT
and Messenger man. If you want emulov-
inent or help, or reliable messenger service at
all hours, call on Mm, 220 court St., Phone
IJIRCJC ISO.
firm Ttmo sctiMule Aiatv
roa From I'oudlotou raox
Portland Portland Special No. 1 The Kajt
8:10 am Ricoa.t,
Chicago Chicago Special No. 2 rortlaa4
5)pm 8:10 p
Portland Mall and Express No.S Th East
1:50 am 1:45 a
Tho Halt Mall and Express No.B Portland
too am l-.tsan
remlleton Passenger BpokaM
No, 7 5:t-p
Spokane Spokane Passenger
8:15 a m No. S
Pendleton Branch
Mixed Train No. 41 ISOpta
n .(W n m Walla Walla Branch
0.00 pm Mixed Tral. No. 4?
Ocean and River Schedule.
FROM PORTLAND.
All sailing dates sub-
FFianXo
Ball every 5 days.
Dally '
SSnVay Columbia River iM
8rt0p m. To Astoria and Way Bandar
Saturday Landings.
10:00 p. in.
WlllnmottoUIver.
Boats leave Portland dally, except Sunday,
'stage of water permitting) for Willamette an
Yamhill River points.
Leave Leavs
Rlparla Snake River Lewlston
4:05 a.m. Rlparla to Lowtston 7:08 a.m.
Dally Dally
Excpt Mon Excpt Baa
F. F. WAMBLEY, Agent, Pendleton,
faTAR EMPLOYMENT OFFICE. 638 MAIN BT.
It yon need help or seek employment call on
us. rnone Main tun.
WANTED.
WANTED SITUATION AS COOK OR TO DO
any kind of housework by experienced
Chinaman. Address Jung Jack, Care East
Oregonlan.
And that is
MAPLE LEAF
40c-per pound.
This butter is made at a private
dairy and we take the entire out
put. Staidard' (Grocery
Comply
Court Street
Finds Way to Live Long. .,
ml. . i in ..
me stunting announcement of a
discovery that will surely lengthen
life, Is made by Editor O. H. Downey
of Churubusco, Ind. "I wish to state,"
he writes, "that Dr, King's New Dis-
covery ior consumption Is the most
Infallible remedy that , I have ever
Known Mr COUehS. colrls nnd nln !
Invaluable to people with weak lungs.
Having this wonderful medicine, no
one need dread pneumonia or con
sumption. Its relief is instant and
cure certain." Tallman & Co. triinr.
antee every 60c and jl bottle, and
give trial bottles free,.
California's New Governor.
Sacramento. Cal.. Jan. 12. Georeo
C. Pardee was today Inaugurated as
governor of California. At the same
time the other state officers-elect took
the oath of office. Governor Pardee's
address was devoted wholly tp mat
ters of state interest.
WA NTED SITUATION BY COMPETENT. Ex
perienced stenographer. Address S., rare
r- u.
PEOPLE EXPECT
THE BEST
In the way of luxury and
solid comfort when they
travel via
And they are never disap
pointed not even the moat
exacting, for the Famous
Trains of this Famous Line
are all equipped with "The
Best of Everything."
Remcmberlt Is theSr)ort
Line between Minne
apolis, St.Paul ard
Chicago.
Anything you wish to know about
Comforta ole Traveling gladly answered
by
Ii. L. SISLER, Oen'l Aut
243 Alder Street, Portland, Ore,
T. W, TEASDALG,
General rassenger Agent, Bt, Paul,
Minn,
CHICHESTER'S PILLS
Orlf liml and Only (emilae.
a niuHUMru lie iiietiy. vii ir year
ihuuihii, iwih. ai iTUfCIII
for riltCIIKMTKU'M K.M.1,1 Mir lo
HF.it and tfJoM i" Lltli Vi)ts, aeU4 altti
blue rtwu, Tukft in oilier, He fune
HHbktltuttuni4 Iwltutlou, Auk itur
Jfrusul.ijr-'U'l I i'4,itlnlu''lurupifurar
lleillart.. Ts-N(liiiunliilsi ibd llatukla-t
fur l.as.dltau Lw rrluni llaall. Hi.l 1 i ail
prult. 4 lilt tirvtt r i Unulrul Vu-
Washington &
Columbia River
Railroad
Take this
route for
Chicago, Bt. Paul, 8t. Louis, Kau
sas City, St. Joe, Omaha, and
All Points East and South
Portland and points
on the Sound
TIMS CARD.
'"endloton, dally except "Sundays at
Arrive Pendleton Monday, Wednesday and
Friday 11S25 pm. '
Arrive I'Andlntnn TtiAeHaw T., ...
. nui.u.; au
Saturday 825 am.
Leave Walla Walla dallv. iai tiinn.4 11 w
Arrive Walla Walla dally, west bound. 8:45 1m
For Information roffardlnir i-Ia .mi ammm.
modstlons, call on or address
W. ADAMS, Agent,
B. B. OALDKHIIEAD.G P. A.,
walla Walla, Wash,
RUNS
Pullmnn Sleeping Oirs,
Elegant Dining Gnrs,
Tourist Sleeping Cars.
sr. PAUL
MINNEAPOLIS
DULUTH
FAiinn
TOJ GRAND FORKS
UROOKBTON
WINNEPEQ
HELENA and
I BUTTE.
THROUGH TICKETS T
CHICAGO
WASHINGTON
PHILADELPHIA
NEW YORK;
BOSTON
and all poInU East and South
fhronfh tickets to Japan and China, via
Taooma and Northern Pacific Steamship 0,
and American line.
riMB SCHBDULB,
Trains leave Pendleton daily except Baaaai
at 7 Ml p.m.
For further Information, tlma t-mrAm mam
and tickets, call on or writs W. Adams, nE
dleton, Oregon, or A. V, CUAKLTOM,
juira sou Morrison his., rortiana, Ota,
Mormon Bisngpa' PUIS sua Ucn lo uie o.t so von 1 un lexkit ul Mmhu
Ouuch aoJ tajjl Ioli,T tiuajr tuicl tht wocu CUt4 to ulil tad younif aiUlnr frwa .(
f kU-Hmc. dluipiiloo, nuua, a clucu.ooklne. Oures Lost Mnnhootf. Im-
insoriiniu. paina
aok, tlarvqus TJsr
Smdn, Varicoqsls.
afgfl, Stop mt
tipdfOiJur ana jtuencr to
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m rtufrj, vtcb Uim. CiicuiM !. Address. Hlshou Ramedy uo.. Sun Frunolsoo. OssV
80LD BY TALLMAN A CO., DRUQGI8T8, PENDLETON, ORCAON.
voisnoi, J.OH rowtr. n jt;nt-i.osses, apermaiorrnoeo
W.ffaea eS PoV.re. 8mlnaT Emissions, Lame n
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