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TRADES. ALPHABETICALLY ARRANGED.
j-Tirr IN JODD
-r nnnAiv rlock.
II P. V mMr.
' ,lt(d W r..
rmio "SI .
black 73 ;
TnOOU 17 ASSOCIA-
i mrt io
1 ., nervous diseases
K iae "block ml of post-
m'lAV AND 8UR.
phone ninlu 721; Ilea.
!. GRADUATE NUK8K
eii Tliompsan street
UMATILLA TENT, NO. 27, K. 0. T. It.
Meet! In Secret Society ball, second and
rottrtn inesaays ineacn month. All visit
Ing Sir Knights cordial) Invited. J. S,
Kees, Record Keeper; B. D. Estabrook,
PKNDLKTON LODOR, NO. 62, A. F. AND
A. M., meets Jlrst and third Mondays of
encn raonui. visum? Dremren wnimra.
T. J. rweeay, vv. i. ; joe u. I'arkea, Sec.
PENDLETON CHAPTER, NO. 28 T. C.
Tnvlnr. IT. P. K IT W.m.ln .....
meets second and fourth Fridays of each
montn in Masonic uan.
DAMON LODGE, NO. 4. KNIGHT OP
rytlilas. Ii. WT Held. C. C. ! It. W
Fletcher. K. of It. and S. Meets enn
Aiuuuny ia oecrei oocieiy nail.
MODERN WOOMKN OF AMERICA.
Tiituiiia enmn. no. 03an. Muti flmt
ti nil third Mondnys of each month at Odd
foiiows- nan, ueoree a uamhlln, Con
BUI j U. V KODDIUS, UierK.
WOODMEN OF TOE WORLD REGULAR
meetings of Pendleton Cnmn. No. 41. W.
of W. are held In Secret Society hall every
Saturday evening. Visiting neighbors are
mwnys welcome, j. r. wamer, Cleric; A.
uwen, u. u.
PENDLETON CIRCLE NO 627, WOMEN OF
Woodcraft, moots every Frldny evening at
ReildrlX Ilall. All vlnlllnr neffrlihnri arc cnr.
iiimty invitoi in auenn .Hinnio miuman,
juaruinn neigunor; evh rieicner, cieric.
TEE, LAW OFFICE IN JODD
MS, DENTIST, OFFICE IN
Ttone rea n.
rjxilST, OFFICE IN AS
wl Tfr Schmidt's new drug
IIAILEV A LOWELL, ATTORNETB AT
ibw. umce in uespnin iiiock.
I1ALLERAY 4 McCODRT, .LAWYERS,
CARTER 4 RALET, ATTORNEYS AT
law. Omce In Savings Bank building.
ITENRY-.TnEANT ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Association Rlock, Pendleton, Oregon.
E. D. I10YD, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Ill
JSVciIITKCT ANb SU- Pendleton, Oregon.
Kb,is complete and rella- u, g HRYSuN, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW; COL-
tktfw In the city or coun- lections and Insurance. Office In E 0. build-
,H Jnda bniidlng. lnR.
fflU CONTRACTORS AND It. J . BLAT uTTTORNEyTrOOMS 425 JUDD
.biioitea furnished on short Dulldlng
Trk specialty. Prompt ssssssssssgsssssssssss
Bta-'ctreet near Main. TONSO.niAL TARLORS.
ffim"Sd on """kinds' HILLY KRASaid. BARBER SHOP AND
i iSlki stone walls etc blth f00"". MIn threo door n"'"1 of
MOSSt oBlce. notolBt.Oeorgo. First ciass .ervlco.
S7rinmi!miTn i vnlifl "Ew TONBORIAL PARLORS, COURT ST ,
BU.V, AkCUITECT AND SU- rhrte anots wet of Golden Rule Hotel. J.
it Hootn 15, Association u. i00 pf0p. First class Workmen, every,
rffion, Oregon. thing clean, all modern Improvements.
kUt. PLASTERING AND CE- PATTON'B SANITARY BARBER RHOP DES-
'Cestst tralks a specialty. Es- pain block, Court street; btst workmanship;
Utl Inc. Work guaranteed, all the-modem Improvements; all tools storll.
BltEUUj and Zohner's cigar lied; bath rooms In connection.
sit, P.O. box 104.
WXSAND BROKERS. w, 8. ROWMAN. LEADING POOTOGRA-
,mv,t, iiijik OF ATUBNA, I'her of the city. Harvest views, In-
MM 150,000- sun.liis nd dlnn photos for sale. Finishing done for
m Interest on time deposits, i amateurs. Main St., near bridge. 'Phone
Wgo sad domMtlc exchsng'! I red 270.
i nomptly attended to. Henry
(Mldenti T 1 KUk. vlce-presl- BOOT AND 8HOE REPAIRING.
ll Esrnett. cashier; I 8. Lo-
punt cuhlet u GREENAWALD, TIIE OLD RELIABLE
IN THR hVTKLt.IGKNCn OFFIt K
Lndy How are you on fancy d.shes'
Cook-Pm very careful, but tlu- hoi ..f , ..ocld. nts sometimes.
IUIEB3' BANK OF WEBTUN,
l Oregon Does a senerai Dant-
otomptly attended to. it.
Uiiint, Oeorae IV. I'roebstel.
but, J It. KHffore, csshler; dl
E A nnrtain. II. II. Johns. T.
It D. Orair. J. F. Kllsore.Mtobert
ImtllETO.V PAVINOH BANK,
t8L. OttKO Onranlzed March 1.
FftfltiVVAWO surplus, J90.000;
llmu m lime deposits. Kx-
I tafir tid sold on all principal
.rptcw iiirapon given to col
li' ). rsralsh, president ; J. N.
water: x j jiorris, cashier ;
ij. iHliUnt cashier
lUTIOm BANK OP PBNDLE-
, J70.WO sum tis. JD.1.000.
mtotnl banking business. Ex-
i iiiffnpnic transfers sold on
irncisco. New York and
ii is the Northwest. Drafts
ii, Jinan and F.uroue. Makes
I rfwmsble terms. Levi An-
t; ff. ' Matlock, vlce-presl-
, casoier: u F Johnson,
Wilson 4 CO.
First-class repairing with
Shop In rear of Dlndlqger
JOHN WILSON, FIRST-CLASS 8HOB-
maker and repairer. Best material used
and good work done. Shop 117 Alta St.
LIVERY" AND FEED STABLES.
TIIE CITY LIVERY BOARD AND BALE
Stable, M J. Uarnoy, proprietor, for fine
turnouts. Stable 118 Alia btrcet,
LIVERY, I'-KIl AND SALES BTABLE, A. C.
Drossor, 1'rop , Old Semple Htablc, T5 Cotton
wood street; careful attention given to horses
left with us.
, MI fiOt'RT STHRRT.
ulcUnt, dealers In olec
IIOQSM. StorAI wlrA fnt
i kells or telephones. Elec-
Wlll kinds, (let onr nrlnM
OMMIHtCIAIj feTABLES, G. M. FROOME
Prop. Livery, feed and boarding. All
einds of turnouts. Competent drivers. Op
posite Hotel Pendleton. 'Phone main 101.
OREGON FEED YARD, W. T. BOYNTON
Droit. Hneclsl care irlrcn to horses left
with inc. Lower Webb street 'Phone
i'OPIILAND 4 SON FOR WUHAT RACKS.
Cheapest snd best In town, 814 Webb St.
TYPEWRITERS AND SUPPLIES.
r, 8. MERRILL, SPOKANE, WASH.
Agent New Densmore. Second hand type
si iters, supplies, rellnlng, repairing.
CAPITALSAND SURPLUS 8300,000
Ntlls Grain, Provisions, Stocks, Bonds and Cotton for
Cash or Future Delivery
OVemmont. munlolnnl nnrl mlapnllnrinnns aftoiirltlps. Own-
'tlOg thn moat avlnnalva n.liratn n.li-A Biisidm --In ihn Ivnrlrl WP
Wge or small ordom mnrn nrnmntlv nnd natisfactorv than
""tee to execute orders when limits are reached. We do not
"wwlble tor more than the margin you place In trade. Wo
;WMt for carrylnir lone stocks.
REQUIRED Qraln, lc per bushel; stocks. $2 per share.
;n. Mc par bushel; stocks V4 of 1 per cent.
4 yon our Book ot Statistics and Dally Market free. Write
fcfERENCE: 75 National and State Banks.,
tAl REFPRPMrrr. n ii.. o..i d i.
AVERAGE COST PER CAPITA
NEARLY TWO HUNDRED.
Total Cost for the Year Was $29,437
Management Will Ask for Increased
Appropriations for Coming Year.
W. J. Shipley, commandant at the
Oregon Soldiers' Home, at Roseburg,
has filed with Governor Gecr, his bl
nnial report for the period of 21
months, December" 30, 1900, to Sep
tember 30, 1902. New furniture for
the barracks Is recommended, and
also a new water system for the home.
The accommodations of the home are
nil taken with the 96 veterans who are
ovr there, nnd 20 applications for ad
mission are now on Ale. All of the
general appropriation made by the
state for the maintenance of the Insti
tution was exhausted on September
30, last, but the report states that
thero Is sufficient balance In the na
tional fund to carry the home to De
Commandant Shipley recommends
the following appropriations for the
home for the ensuing year:
Maintenance for 1903-1904 ... $24,000
Completing barracks and hos
Furnishing and equipping same, 2,500
New water pipe 2,000
Steam laundry 3.000
Furniture for barracks 500
Fences, sidewalks, etc. ........ 500
The report of George E. Houck, the
surgeon at the home, shows there
were 21 deaths during the period coh
ered by tho report, one for each month.
The report further shows that there
are In the home 70 United States vol
unteer soldiers, and 2G Indian war
Cost of the Home.
The cost to the stato in main
taining the home for the past two
years was $29,473.44. This total was
made up of the following amounts:
Subsistence $ 4,992.80
Hospital, cxcluslvo of sub
Farm and garden 4.112.CG
Itepalrs, current 308.44
The average cost of maintenance
per capita was as follows: Per an
num, $191.11; per month, $15.92; per
day, 52 t'eiifs.
WAS THE WHOLE PUSH.
Hero Is his letter to tho commanding
omcer in Mindanao:
"We want war If you do not get out
of hs.-e and go back to tha sea, be
causo neither the sultan of Bacalod
r,or the Pana Dungan wants to be
your friend. Within -this month wo
vanl the war to befiin, and if you do
rot want it you are a lot of coward
"We send our regards to the four
f-gcnerals ana their vermin. If you do
r.ot want lo go from here, come to
this place, and the sultan and Pana
Dungan will take care of you. for you
are a lot of hogs that eat hogs, and In
not presenting yourselves at Bacalod,
look out, for we shall go to fight you."
Finds Way to Live Long. ..
The startling announcement of n
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 for Consumption Is the most
Infallible remedy that I have ever
known for coughs, colds and grip. It's
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. guar
antee every 50c and $1 bottle, and
give trial bottles free.
What Is a Draft Horse?
The draft horse is characterized by
1ils weight and conformation. Being
strictly a utility horse, strength and
durability are first considerations.
Everything else Is secondary. As to
size, the typical draft horse Is one
fourth larger than the roadster or
carriage horse. He is much heavier
in proportion to his height than the
classes, and much shorter joined pro
portionately, with steeper shoulders
and pasterns. The Ideal draft horse
may be said to be low, long and broad
being ld hands and weighing 1800
BOARD AND LODGING.
EMTIRE LODGING HOUSE, CORNER OF
c .ourc ana jonnion streets, uood
large, clean rooms with comfortable beds.
Rates 25c and 50c ft night. Tho. Smart,
HOTEL ALTA, CORNER ALTA AND
Mill streets. rtnM Kw h
flood table set Rates $4 and 15 per week.'
Pendleton PMd YmrA In MnniAiiM, r.
THE ST. OEOROK RESTAURANT. RKflU
lar meals Zt cents. Shott orders a specialty.
Open day and night. T. A . Oldfather, Prop.
THE STRAHON ROOMINO noUSE 018 MAIN
Ktrft Tr. It V P.nn V....,klH.
II8W mil llHnllr Snt mI.m B.Imik.
II per day,
LOPOINO AND ROAKDIKO IIOUHE; ROOMS
for lodffCra Snd llffht hmiwlMnlnv. It V.
Sullivan, proprietor, Cott nwrod street, next
to heeler's Photo Gallery.
THE WHITE LODGING 1101788, flfll SOUTH
nnn, Mrs. jiary miliums, rrop.
" t'n twiiai R mi loaning; rooms.
Good comtortablo rooms and clean, well kept
beds. Lodging 45 cents.
CABS AND CARRIAGES.
rubrdr tirh hack, nrw and vkrt
lates style, for the serrlre of the nnblle.
C. D. Carl In and Jas. 8. McKay, props. Call
sc me commercial urery staoie or tele
phone main 161 and the hack will call far
CITY CAD- LINE, ERWIN RARER, TROP.
Telephone Main 791 Ortlco and waiting
room, Alta street, next to Savings Bank Rldg.
DR.O. W. VAUGHAN, GRADUATE OF. THE
Ban Francisco Vetorlnarr Uo lege: calls at.
tended to tr or nlirht. Office at Depot
Stables; phone Rod 511. ,
INSURANCE & LAND BUSINESS.
, M. BENTLEY REPRESENTS THE OLDEST
and most reliable fire and accident lniur.
ance companies. Onioe- with Ilartman Ab-straitCo.
JOB H. PARKES, OFFICE COTTONWOOD
St. Onera house block Hand office bus
iness, such as filing of claims and Initiating
JOHN IIAILEY, JR., U. S. LAND COM
mlssloner Specialty made of land filings
and proof ; Insurance and collections. Of
fice In Judd building, room lti.
GEOROIC O'DANIEL, NEW AND SECOND
band goods bought and sold, court St.,
Opera house, block. Call and see htm.
ahd Union Pacific
dsmst TImo SobMule issiti
roi From Pendleton rson
Portland Pottland gpcclal No. 1 The BaH
8:10 am 8:coa.m.
Chicago Chicago Special No 3 I'ortlan4
Portland Mall and Etpress No.5 The Kait
The r.ast Mali and Express No.s rortlani
Tandleton Passenger Spokane
No, 7 SiUpsa
Spokane Spokano Passenger
8il5am No, 8
Pendleton. Branch i-
Mixed Train No. 41 law p m
s-nonm Walla Walla Branch
Ocean and River Schedule.
Alt sailing dates sub-
80 P. m. Kir8Vn&co P- '
Ball erery 5 days.
SuntPaV Columbia Rlrer liM
8:00 pm. To Astoria and Way Sunday
10:00 p in.
STROBLE, DEALER IN BECOND
hnnd eoods. If there Is anything yon
need In new or second-hand furniture.
stores, granite ware and crockery .call and
Get nis prices, ro -i court street.
NEW AND SECOND HAND GOODS BOUGHT
and sold; pawn butters; money advanced on
all kinds of articles. Waters t Sherrv. nrons..
782 Cottonwood ftroet
Bank of Commerce Building, Minneapolis, Minn., Ex
C;. 'SfPfndpal towns aud cities of the Northwtflt, including
r". Pullman, nitrville, Dayton, Walla Walla, Moscow, Pendle
ipw construction to Portland, Tacoma, Seattle, Everett and
f TJUotacfla an open trade or account w,th UB you cn 0Pert 14
noom Association Block. 'Phone Main 951.
'C. MAJOR. Manager
Reporter's Persistence Secured a n.
tervlew With Carnegie.
Andrew Carnegie's return makes!
timely this story of a reporter who
was assigned to see Mr. Carnegie on
an important public question, says
I he New York Times. Repeatedly re
fused admittance to tho house. Iib fl.
nally sought out a senator who was a
personal friend of Mr. Carneelo tn
reip mm out. m the course of conver
sation tho senator handed him his
card. Immediately the reporter was
struck with n bright idea, and wish
lrg his genial acquaintance good-bye,
repaired once more to the Carncefp
mansion and presented both his own
card and (hat of tho senator. The
great doors swung open, and a gra
cious reception was accorded the
newspaper man by the master of the
"Young man." said Mr. Carnegie,
"do you know that 10 repoiters have
called to reo me today about thin
very question and that I have refused
lo see any one of them?"
"I surely ought to know that. Mr.
Carnegie, for J was the whole IC," re
sponded the scribe.
Mr. Carnegie was so pleased with
the young man's persistence that he
violated hla rule and gave his views
at length on the subject regarding
which he had previously refused to
talk with anybody.
January 13 In History.
1C90 Georgo Fox, founder of the
.sect commonly called Quakers, died;
born 1C24. The founder of the socle
ty of Friends was born the son of an
English weaver. After numerous per
secutions in England for the peculiar
doctrines advocated and practiced
by him he visited the American colo
nies and Holland and established the
system of meetings under the rules of
the society. His closing years were
passed in England.
1842 Disaster in Kurd Kabul pass:
SS49 British and 12,000 natives cut off
by Afghanlstans and terrible slaugh
1894 British (roops defeated 1000
Sofas In Sierra Leone: 2D0 Sofas kill
8POONKMORE, THK EMPLOYMENT AGKNT
and Messenger men. II you want employ
ment or help, or reliable messenger service at
all hours, call on him, 220 Court St., Thone
faTAR EMPLOYMENT OFFICE, C38 MAIN BT.;
It you need help or seek employment call on
us. Phone Main 1011.
WANTED SITUATION AS COOK OR TO DO
any kind ot housework by experienced
Chinaman. Address Jung Jack, Cure East
WANTED 8ITTJATION BY COMPETENT, EX.
perleneed stenographer, Addrers 8., care
WANTED YOUR ORDERS FOR ENGRAVED
cards, weddlne Invitations, etc: ICO enirraved
Tisltlng cards with . plate, It SO: additional
earns in luture, Jl par hundred. The Kast or
Boats leave Portland dally, except Bundsy,
fatago of water permitting) for Willamette an
Yamhill Rlrer points.
Rlparla to Lewlston
F. F. WAM3LEY, Agent, Pendleton.
In the way of luxury and
solid comfort uli n they
Exhibit Great Success.
It Is estimated that over 1000 people
a day visited the first annual exhlbl
tion of original drawings and paintings
given by the Newspaper Artists' As
soclatlon of Buffalo. The entire week
of the exhibition Is regarded as a
pi eat success, over $5,000 having been
netted from the sale of pictures, most
of which were sold by subscription.
The pictures of local artists had the
greatest sale as compared with the
works of out-of-town artists, even of
national and International fame.
Another Mad Mullah.
Tho sulton of Bacalod Is nngiy
again. lie has fortified himself with
another title, and as Papa Dungan, as
well as sultan, has served long range
notice on the United'-, States troops
that, if they do not hurry, up and start
something he will mix It up himself.
Value of Drinking Fountains.
Every town and village In America
owes It to humanity to set up at least
one drinking fountain where horsei
and dogs cm slake their thirst. Hut
lew towns are so situated that this
cannot be conveniently arranged for,
nnd It will be found to pay, even as an
nvestment A farmer will drive a
milo farther to reach such a place, and
there Is seldom a mad dog scare where
water Is plentiful.
The trustees of the Oregon informa
tion bureau, to be located at the
Union Depot, of Portland, are busy
taking stock of Oregon's Industries
nnd resources. They propose to
gather such detailed Information about
the Interests of the state as any East
ern manufacturer, capitalist, intend
ing horaeseeker, mechanic or laborer
The motto, "E Pluribus Unum,"
was taken from the title page of the
Gentlemen's Magazine, at the time of
the revolution, having a large circu
lation .in the colonies. .
And they aie never disap
pointed not eveu the most
exacting, for the Famous
Trains of this Famous I.lue
are all equipped with "The
Best of Everything."
Remember it is theSrjort
Line betweer) Minne
apolis, St. Paul and
Anything you wish to know about
Comfortable Traveling gladly answered
H. L. SISLED, Gen'l Agt
218 Alder Street, Pottland, Ore,
T. V. TEASDALU,
(ieucral Passenger Agent, St. Paul,
Standard remedy lor Gleet,
Gonorrhoea and Runnings f uiny I
IN 40 HOURS. Cures Kid- lf"ILI J
nty and Bladder Troubles.
Chicago, St. Paul, Kt, Louis, Kan
sas City, St. Joe, Omaha, and
All Points Bast and South
Portland nnd point
on tho Sound
Leave Pendleton, dally except Sundays at
Arrive Pendleton Monday, Wednesday and
Friday 11 25 pm.
Arrive Pendleton Tuesday, Thursday na4
Saturday pas am.
Leave Walla Walla dally, cast bound, 11:00 pa,
Arrive Walla Walla dally, west bound, 8:45 ass.
For Information regarding rales and accost,
modatlons, call on or address
8. B. OALDERIIEAD.O I', A.,
nana nana, yvasn.
unrman Ulihont' Pills fcv boca la uw over ta vcais ty tin leaders vttUe MorrMa
Church aiia Uieu ftiiwwui? fouuttl cures tk wur.t cues Is oU n4 yuui.if trUln? (i',ta effects
ot tclr-abuse. cUuliaUua, exectses, or dgticUc-tiaokial,
potency, Coat Power, Night-Losses, Spermutori
r runcuuii. lfc.ur tt oV..4Kj 4t, s cure Is t b.nil,
JX (urJFm? ij..r cit aZi.dul at. a cure Ii at b.iul. HVUri kt-uore tuiall. wvleieljufrl
efflos UouilAtet the Ualn and nerve centers, iu l li, 6 t f it eoty inll. rWA4 A wil"o g-Mtamee, tti cues
euir.eyrc(uuij, ritli ujxu. Cluulaia dee.' Addfeas, Bishop Ksmatiy t-o,, Hun r runclsoo, Otete
SOLO BY TALLMAN & CO., DRUQQI8T8, PENDLETON, ORIftON.
Pullman Sleeping Girs,
Elegant Dining Girs.
Tourist Sleeping Girs.
J GRAND KORJB
and all point Kaat nnd Boutli
fhrouih tickets to Jsdu and China, via
Tacoma and Northern Pacific Btcamiblp C,
and American line.
Trains leave Pendleton dallr ascent Buadas
at 70 p.m.
For further lntormatlon, time cards, saatM
snd tickets, call on or write W, Adams, Pii.
dleton, Oregon, or A. V. OUAULTOK,
mira ana Morrison bis., rorusna, vw.
Curse Lost Mnnhootl. In
utorrncea Inao.mnlu, Pains
m uaok. HeryoL
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