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'"- cfESsi0N8 AND TRADES. ALPHABETICALLY ARRANGED.
a cuur., --.- .
V' hnnm. Ill IO 1 - a.
Telephone red 8T1'Ji
i '"r.;,r.r.ts ore trooDici, catar-
wrreCtlr I""1 ror re"""0 r
S"-Tff a. .Inn Rank. Telephone
..lh,ine. Main SOI.
"T"nt Bafir.L. ROOM 17 A8S0CIA
' "... utKiKlnltlcii. ere. ear. nose
unit imice in on.iufc.
ftiont, twin 331
...... I'hrnn c ami nervous diseases
.m in DpiKiln Block. Telephone
ITNN K ilLAKKBLEB, uuicumi
i i tvon diseases and diseases of wo-
1 B" . . i.-ll.ll-- Mn.nn Main -n.l
jnnn milium;. .u,,,o. ,.
gti , Office 'phone mala 721 ; lies.
' . .1 iia 11s.n
I HANN, DENTIST, OFFICE IN AB
pillion block over Schmldt'i new drug
'riiooe reu .iii
ARCHITECTS AND BUILDERS.
UMATILLA TENT, NO. ,27, K. O. T. M.
juceu in oecrec noeiety nail, second and
1UU11.U iuCTiiaju m eacn montn. All visit
Ins Sir Knights cordially Invited. J. S.
Keea, Record Keeper; H. D. Kstabroofc,
PENDLETON LODGE, NO. 52, A. F. AND
A. M meets first and third Mondays of
toim uuiuui. ibiuug orcinren welcome.
T. J. Tweedy, W. M. j Joe H. Parkes, 8ec
I'KNDLETON CHAPTER, NO. 28 T. a
iuiur, a. v., t: r. wamsiey, secretary,
meets second and fonrth Fridays ot each
mourn in masonic nan.
UAMON LODGE, NO. 4. KNIGIIT OF
i-ytmas. u. w. Held, C. C. : It. W.
Fletcher. K. of n. nnri R nr.of.
uAuuiiMjr m otrurui, society nau.
MODERN WOOMEN OF AMERICA.
xutu na uamn. .Nn. n.ian. Mta rt
and third Mondnyg of each month at Odd
renown' nail, Ucoree A Hamhlln. Con.
sol : Q. A, Robbing. Clerk.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD REGULAR
mectincs of Pendleton Cnmn. No. 41. w.
of W. nre held In Secret Society hal every
Saturday evening. Visiting nclghbbrs are
nlwnys welcome. J. P. Walker, Clerk; A.
Owen, C. C.
PENDLETON CIRCLE NO 627, WOMEN OF
Woodcralt, meots ovory FridaT evonlng at
Hondrlx Hall, All vlaltlng neighbors are cor
lllallv lnvltal tn Att&nii Mlnnln Rltllmftn.
Guardian Neighbor; Evil Fletoher, Clerk.
JAMES A. FEE, LAW OFFICE IN JDDD
BOARD AND LODGING.
) EMPIRE LODGING IIOU8E, CORNER OF
13. Oniirt mnA lArSnann
ww m v vuudvu vta, WSM .VUVAJ
large, clean rooms with comfortable beds.
Rates 25c' and 50c a night. The. Smart,
HOTEL ALTA, CORNER ALTA AND
Mill streets. Hoard by the day or week,
Good table set. Rates $4 and 5 per week,
rcndleton Feed Yard In connection. L.
TltK 8T," OEORQK RKSTA0RNT RKGC
lr meals ZlcenU. Short orders a sperlalty.
Open day and night. T. A. OMUther. Prop.
THE STRAilON ROOMING ROUSE CIS MAIN
street, Mrs H. E. Coopsr, Prop. Kveryth'nt
new and dtlirt.lv flrat claim. Ratm Me ami
I il per day.
LODGING AND BOARDING UOUSK; ROOMS
fijT lodgers and light housekeeping, K. V,
Sullivan, proprietor, Cottmwood street, next
to Wheeler's I'hoto Gallery.
The Hare Plfnse excuse my haste,
Tno Fox Don't hurry on my account
L out In
nAILEY & LOWELL, ATTORNEYS AT
law. Office In Despaln Block.
BALLERAY & McCOURT, LAWYERS,
CARTER & RALEY, ATTORNEYS AT
law. oihce in savings uank Duiiding.
HENRY J. BEAN, ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Association mock, 1'enaleton, Oregon.
E. D. BOYD, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Ill
. - tt Airf i nn a Tin rr rmnnm a atn rtTT
I, Ov'lAUi'i AUliUlliiiti AflU DU
pri3ttadent, makea complete nnu reiia-
nil iv i vuiiunibn iu itAivj vt t,uuu-
, jurvui vuiiuuiyi ay
COLE, CONTRACTORS AND
IhSosi. Estimates furnished on snort
joc tvora a specially, i-rompi
Shop on Blnff street near Main.
i MAI, UUWXItAUXUK AU UUJliU-
t. BUmatca tnrnisneu on an ainoa
..I X . li I .Wl..
1TR0UTMAN. illL'Uli'tSLT AU DU'
tntenJmt. Room 10, Association
latlij. Cement walks a specialty. Es-
... . . a. Mm.l V.hn.,'. PlffQ.
Uala 8t, i . u. noi iv.
BANKS AND BROKERS,
Orfjon. Capital, $50,000; flurplua and
Adams, pntldent; T. 3. Kirk, vlce-prenl-
E. l. iioraetc, caanier; f . o. L,e-
, asilataot cutler.
B. REEDER, ATTORNEY
N. BERKELEY, ATTORNEY
Office In Association Block.
II. E. COLLIER, LAWYER, OFFICE
rooms 7 and 8, Association building.
STILLMAN 4 PIERCE, ATTORNEYS AT
law. Mr. Stlllmnn has been admitted to
practice In United States patent offices
and makes a specialty of Patent Law.
Rooms 10. 11. 12 and 18, Association
It. 8 BRYSuN, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW; col
lections and Insurance. Office In E. O. building.
R. J. SLATER, ATTORNEY, ROOMS 425 JUDD
More Miles of Track Than In Europe,
Africa and Australia Combined
Thirteen Billion Dollars of Capital,
As recent developments In the coal
famine situation show, the power of
the railroads over the business of the
country has become absolute. In fact,
the colossal railway system of the
United States is today the world's
greatest wonder among all the Indus
trial -achievements of the human race,
as the Scientific American has shown
In a recent issue.
In the speed and frequency of ex
press trains, In mileage and general
equipment, in the vast army of em-
could get any breath I was pushed
First lady out to the right;
Swing the man that stole the sheep
Now thq one that hauled it homo,
Now the one that eat the meat,
And now tho ono that gnawed the
Not lielng wpll acquainted with the
private histories of the men In the
set was a little disadvantage, but I
wa's seized and swung and passed
on to tho next, until I finally arrived
breathless at the starting point,
"First gent, swing yer opposite
Then yer turtle dove,
Again yer oposite pardner,
And now your own true love."
I blushed in spite of myself at so
publicly posing as my partner's "tur
tle dove" and "own true love," while
his 'swetheart over in the corner
transfixed me with a jealous glare,
saw no humor whatever In the situa
tion. Again came the command:
"First couple out to the right,
Cage the bird. Three hands round."
I found myself in the center of a
ployes and tho amount of freight
and 'number of passengers carried cjrce formed by my partner and the
the railroads of the United States are second couple, and then exchanged
places with my partner at the call:'
BILLY KRAS8IG, BARBER SHOP AND
bath roomi, Main street, three doors north ot
Hotel St. George. Flrat class service.
NEW TONSORIAL PARLORS, COURT ST ,
Throo doors west of Golden Rule Hotel. J.
H. -Pace, Prop. First elate Workmen, overy.
imng clean, an modern improve meais.
Weitos, ureeon. Does a general Dank
m tmauien. Exchange bought and sold.
Ulictloaj orooDtlv attended to. II.
mtat, 0. A. Hartman, M. M. Johns, T,
I Mr, 0 fl. Ortr J P irilcrnn, Ttntur
tSl PENDLETON SAVINGS BANK,
fHOIetoa. Ureeon. Organized March 1.
ia. iipitai, tou.uuu; surplus, $ao,ooo ;
ttltreit tllowed on time deposits. Ex
dun toozht end sold on nil nrlnclnal
n u- r i. .. t.. t. 1 . ... . T
. Tlct-DrHldent ! T .1 tnrrU f aahlar
. niiiuu. jii.uuu: surniiis. sua.uuu.
ICU a D-pnftrnl hn. n. I.-r
lEd UmflnhM (Mnif.ni anlri tn
a China. Janan and Enrorie. Makea
Ebcui rtlCAL SUPPLIES,
BROS -i!7 llflTlPT HTPlHtT
, -, - ...now,, nivin, mini wr
llfhtS. ht II. nn tilinliiii.i ini..
. ' . . .w.uuufc.. ..ILL
uiurns or ail Klnrla ria, n.i . np M.
work a specialty.
PATTON'8 S ANITA RY BABBER flHOP, DE3-
Faln block, Court street; bfst workmanship;
tho modern improvements; all tools steril-
Ued ; bath rooms In connection.
W. S. BOWMAN, LEADING FrJOTOaitA
nher of the city. Harvest views. In
dlan photos for sale. Finishing done for
amateurs. Main St., near bridge. 'Phone
BOOT AND SHOE REPAIRING.
L. OREENAWALD. THE OLD RELIABLE
Shoemaker. First-class repairing with
beat materials. Shop in rear of Dlndlnger
Wllsou & CO.
JOHN WILSON, FIRST-CLA8S 6HOB
maker and repairer. Best material used
and good work done. Shop 117 Alta St.
LIVERY AND FEED STABLES.
THE CITY LIVERY BOARD AND SALE
Stable, M. J. Carney, proprietor, for fine
turnouts. Stable 118 Alia street.
LIVERY, FEED AND BALKS STABLE, A. C.
Dresser, Prop., Old flcmple Stable, TM Cotton
wood street; careful attention given to horses
left with us.
COMMERCIAL 6TABLE8, Q. M. FUOOME
Prop. Livery, feed and boarding. All
elnds ot turnouts. Competent driven. Op
posite Hotel Pendleton. "Phone main 101.
ahead of those in any 10 other coun
There are more miles of track laid
in this country than there are In
Europe, Africa and Australasia put
So vast haB become the railway
system which now cris-crosses every
state In the Union, uniting the homes
of 80,000,000 people, that the facts
and figures can no longer be realized.
Here, for instance, are a few of them:
Number of. miles ,,,,,, 106,887
Number of employes . . , l,07i,iC9
Number of passengers .. 000,000,000
Number of locomotives, 39,729
Number of freight cars, 1,409,472
Number of tons of steel
Money value ,...$13,308,020,032
There aro as many people employed
by the American railroad colossus as
would make two cities, each as large
as Boston, or twenty times as many
as were In New York City 100 years
ago. These employes may be classi
fied as follows:
General officers 4,780
Telegraph operators 26.60G
Engineers and firemen 92,458
Conductors and brakemen .. 116,585
Station agents and station.,
men -, 127,141 j
Machinists and shopmen .... 204,194
Birdie hop out and crow hop In.
Three handB round and go It agin.
Allemane left; back to pardner
And grand right and left.
Come to yer pardner once and a
Yellow hammer right and layblrd.
Meet yer 'pardner and all chaw hay,
iou Know whore and I don t care,
By this time, feeling quite bruised
and battered, I was ready for most
any kind of a chair. Miss Ward In
A Fifty-Foot Calendar.
N. W. Ayer & Son, the Philadelphia
TnE WHITE LODGING HOUSE, 301 SOUTH
Main street Mrs. Mary Williams, Prop.
Housekeeping rooms and lodging nnims.
Good comfortable rooms and clean, well kept
beda. Lodging 25 centa.
ROOMS TO RENT, 817 COLLEGE STREET.
CABS AND CARRIAGES.
RUBBER TIRE HACK, NEW AND VERY
lates style, for the service ot the public.
C. D. Cariln and Jas. H. McKay, props. Call
at the Commercial livery stable or tele
phone main 161 and the hack will call fer
CITY CAB LINE, ERWIN BAKER, PROP
Telephone Main '91 Office anil waiting
room, Alta street, next to Savings Bank Bldg.
DR. (3. W. V AUG HAN, GRADUATE OF THK
San Francisco Veterinary College; calla at
tended to div or night. Office at Depot
Stables; phone Red til.
INSURANCE & LAND BUSINESS.
J.M.BENTLEY REPRESENTS THE OLDEST
and moat reliable flro and accident lnanr.
ance companies. Office with Hartman Ab-atra-t
JOE H. PARKES, OFFICE COTTONWOOD
St Opera bouse block '.land office eas
iness, such as filing of claims and Initiating
contests a specialty.
JOHN II A I LEY, JR., U. 8. LAND COM
mlssloner Specialty made of land filings
and proof; Insurance and collections. Of
fice in jrnia Dunaing, room iu.
GEORGE O'DANIEL, NEW AND SECOND
hand goods bongbt end sold, conrt lit..
Opera house block. Call and see him.
d union Pacific
l:M a ra
Portland Special No. I
Chicago Spoelal No. 2
Mall and Eipreaa No.5
1.4.1 a n
8:15 a m
Mall and Express No.a
Mixed TmtU No, 41
Walla Walla Branch
Mlxrd Train No. U
Ocean and River Schedule.
IW p. m
10 XX) p. in.
All sailing dates sub
ject to change.
For Ban Francisco
Ball overy & days.
To Astoria and Way
300 p. a.
4SM p. BV,
V. 8TR013LE, DEALER IN BECOND-
hand goods. If there Is anything you
need In new or second-hand furniture.
stoves, granite ware and crockery ,call and
get his prices. No 212 Court street.
NEW AND HECONP-nAND GOOD3 BOUGHT
and sold ; pawn broker ( money advanced on
all kinds ot articles. Waters V Sherry, props.,
732 Cottonwood ftreet.
COPHLAND SON FOR WHEAT RACKS.
Cheapest and beat In town, 814 Webb St.
TYPEWRITERS AND 8UPPLIE8.
T. S. MERRILL, SPOKANE. WASH.
Agent New Densmore. Second-band type
i I Iters, supplies, rellnlng, repairing.
.,-.. tAj ....... . . von i-iAii, niii
If you need belli or seek employment call on
us. rnone nam juu.
Trackmen and laborers 459.704 oce will be mailed to any address for
25 cents, which barely covers cost
advertising agents, who have a na- spooNBmore.thb employment agent
tlonal reputation for "keeping ever-1 ttn? ?nger men. u you warn empioy.
ioM, . t:"n , ,;,,:.' I ment or help, or roliablemoenger service at
.wuw.,.,, Uw u wic c iu otiumuK an nours, can on mm, z uourr. or., mono
to a gooa tnmg wnen taey have one.
For Instance, their calendar for 1903
follows tho design used for several
years past, but with new coloring.
And in truth it would be hard to Im
prove upon their design; the dates
are plainly readable at 50 feet, yet the
calendar Is not unpleasantly conspic
uous; it Is artistic, simple and useful
and It Is not surprising that It has
become so popular an adjunct to bus
iness offices that the supply never
equals the demand. While they last,
Wlllrtniotto II Ivor.
Boats leave Portland dally, except Sunday,
'stage of water permitting) lor Willamette aae
Yamhill River points.
7:00 a. m.
4:06 a. m.
Rlparla to Lewlalon
F. F. WAM8LKY, Agent, l'oadleton.
For those heads not yet dizzy with
these comparisons there is still to
come the .most startling fact of all
the enormous wealth of American
railroads. According to the latest and
most reliable estimates this wealth
Is represented by the following fig
ures: $13,308,029,032. This Is more
Manufacturers Watch Legislation.
WANTED 8ITUATION AB COOK OR TO DO
any jcina oi nouseworx by experienced
Chinaman. Address Jung Jack, Care East
WANTED YOUR ORDERS FOR ENGRAVED
cards, wedding Invitations, eto; 100 engraved
nailing- carua wun piaie, fion; anaiiionai
carasin iuiure, 11 per nuuareu. The mat (Jr.
SUBSCRIBERS TO MAGAZINES, IF YOO
want to suDscriDe to magazines or news
papers In the United States or Europe, re-
New York, Jan. 10. That the m't by postal note, check, or send to the
Amorlpan Atnnllfnrt!lrorH, Aaannlntlnn ISA or UUEUUKIAH tue net piiDiisner's
American Aianuiacturers Association prlce ot tne ubiicaton yon desire, and
Intends to make Itself heard and felt we will have It sent you and assume all
In Washington Is evident from the it" risk ot the money belug lost In the
tone of articles Published In the cur- J?'"' I(Vu',.r.T.Mr'
tl,n 0o.,lt. r 11... lol tll " , . " ---. y. rvu.M, .u . i ti vu .v.
uuv-roimiu ui mo iviai uouuuiu , ifun inuustries. Arguments acalnst io per cent rrom tne
OREGON FEED YARD, W. T. BOYNTON
nrnn Hnfflal care elven to horses left
with me. Lower Webb street. 'Phone
. m m Jar a a a si mm mm m saL s asT v M m sW m
CAPITALSAND SURPLUS $300,000
and Soils Grain, Provisions, Stocks, Bonds and Cotton for
Gash or Future Dolivery
In government, munlclnal nnrl mlsr-ellaneoua securities. Own-
W operating the moat extensive private wire system In the world we
"WUte nreo rii .moll nu.. n.nn,niii, nnri ootiafai'tnrv than
SUarantpn tn ....ni. ...v. timi.a n.A oV. H Wo dn nnt
- u UAl.,uic UkUDia V11CU llAllfc Ul lai.uui ' ' - -
m responsible for more than Mm mnrirfn ou nlace In trade. We
mi uuiryius iuuk biuchb.
"ARGINS REQUIRED nrnlri In nr l.nohal- Rtnrtra 12 ner share.
in "'"'"i c per ousnei; siocics yi oi i per cenu
p l" send you our Book of Statistics and Dally Market free. Wrlte
REFERENCE: 75 .National and State Banks.
L0CAL REFERENCE: Pendleton Savlntjs Bank.
Klin iw. . .
.. -.luautH. unnir nr nnmnuru lliillrtlnp MlnnannilH Minn., ra.-
n f. 1 tBe P"clpal towns and cities of tho Northwst, including
vMuax, rniiiman, nitzvllle, Dayton, Walla Walla, Moscow, i-enaie-
in tne gross eaniuigs of the
railroads amounted to less than a
billion dollars. This year the amount
will exceed two billions, showing that
the Income of the railroads has been
more than doubled in 13 years.
(he eight-hour law and the antl-lnJunc-' Ares bast t:
tlnn hills nnrl In fnvnr nf tho mn. ' ' '' wrcBu.
.1 .1 i . I
cu utti ni.riii ui uuinujei-i:e are stal
ed with vigor. Under the head ot
"Great Political Changes Impend at
Washington," ft Is stated that public
men "have heard of (his new force.
OREGON! AN I'UU. CO..
The whole power of the American i which is in the Held of national noli.
railroad, has, therefore, been built up; tics, and organized effort (operating
In the memory of the people who are
still alive to witness the present day
conquests of the $13,000,000,000 mon
arch of commerce.
Little did the Inventor of the steam
engine think, when he sat watching
the steam escape from the spout of
fairly and justly and successfully
because It Is right) under the banner3
of the National Association of Manu
facturers; for, it Is recognized that
while organized labor does not com
prise a tenth part of the working
people of the country, yet It Is like
ins motiiff's tea kettle, that he was a body bf regulars as against ten
about to create the great railroad lime? as many volunteers. Hut now
colossus, mightiest of all the products I another troop ot regulars are In the
of the civilization of today. field."
FOR HALE AT THE BART ORKGONIAN
office, large bundles of newspapers, con
tolnlns ever 100 klr papars caa (M ob
tain Ml for if) enta bnadls
Under mnfltrt.AM.nm daMimi rpRMnm a on f tin vfvnrnti' and
tti nf i-u u"vo an pen traae or account wun us yon can oponii u
,- "on Office, Room 4, Association Block. 'Phono Main 8&i.
I G. MAJOR. Manager
AT A COWBOY DANCE.
Yerlngtou, Nev., Oct. 'JO 1002
Mr. C. A. I'errln, Helena, Mont.
Dear sir: I nave nearly nnianea
the former bottle and am practically
well. My case was one mot phy.l-
like a new lease of life
alueJ lb pounds In weight and feel
Ike a new lease of life was clven
me, One of the bott'es I tend for
Politicians to Be Heard.
New York, Jan. 15.-One of the larg- J
est political dinners of tho winter Is
to be that of the Ninteenth Assembly
District at the Madison Square Oar-
Horrifylng Experience of a Boston
Maiden at a Dance In Shortgrass
A writer in Pearson's Magazine de-jden Concert Jiall tonight. Covers will,
thfi time la for a friend and tb
other fur myH'f, aa I !o not intend
to lie without it.
T, H. IUkhis.
scribes the cowboy dance of the
plains In the following thrilling man
ner: "It was with many misgivings. In
splto of my partners assurance he
would pull me through, that I took
my place In the dance.
"Honer yer pardner. Rights the
same." So far I bowed as did the
"Balance you all." With a plunge
as of a maddened steer my partner
came toward me. I smothered a
scream as I was seized and swung
p.round like a bag of meal.
"V ....v. v. .vvv. iiiu gllUDlD LauiUf
will be Senator Piatt and prominent
republicans from all parts of tho state. '
The speakers or the evening are to
include Senator Dolllver, of Iowa,
ReoresentatlVfi Watson. rif Indlnnn.
and several other republicans of na-'
Chicago, 8t. Paul, St. Louis, Kan
sas City, Ht. Jou, Omaha, ami
All Points East and South
Portland and points
on the Sound
Leave Pendleton, daily except Sundays al
Arrive Pondleton Monday, Wednesday and
Arrive Pendleton Tuesday, Thnrsday ans
Saturday sas nm.
Leave Walla Walla dally, east bound, 11 ax) psa.
Arrive Walla Walla dally, west bound, 8:45 aa.
For Information regarding rates and aoeaw.
modatlons, call on or address
W. ADAMS, Agent,
8. B. CALIJERIIKAD.O P. A.,
Walla Walla. Wash.
Pullman Sleeping Curs,
Elegant Dining Cars,
Tourist Sleeping Cars.
M INNEAPO LIH
TO? 1 GRAND FOItlta
THROUGH TICKETS TO
ami all points East and Boutu
fhronirh tickets to Janan and China, via
Tucorca and Mortbciu Paclfle Steamihln Cai.
and American line,
Trains leave Pendlotoa dallr eicaul Bamdaa
For InrtLer Information, time carda. iu
and tickets, call on or write w. Adams, p5.
dleton, Oregon, or A. V. CUAULTON,
luiru ana uornton bii., rortuna, or.
Ilvtr, Ilia kldaeyawid the urinary organs ot all linpuriilfw. t'lJi'smiNUslrenatbena
ble Vitamer, the prewrlptlon of a fauioua French nbyslclan, will quickly euro yon oTpM
...vuur itunwnw iu Kruerauvo ortfuus, alien tut svas iisitiuia, snaauiaiub
- . ,nv U(WM,nrMlil .Ui I..IU11I
A retolutlon has been Intrduced lr.
lho house authorizing Inquiry Into the
jower of tho government to take cos-
RfRoInn r,C .rtnl rnlnA. !o n ,1 ' Knaraatee crlveu aau
I. r. Symall. fieriUforniKKKreularnndiwuiu.
item in me puuuc interest, wnere evi- audreanij vox. t-;n fir ' .. . tL,x vnn. Han Fmnrttn,. vi.
Before I cence of conspiracy twists. SOLO BY TALLMAN A CO., DRUGGISTS, PENDLETON, OREGON,
Via rfefitoreasrat.il wt&tc organs.
TharMitjinri siiilVsarcm urn nut rf rsvf Vin TVvtA f KManaaAnHAaA..! ... au..a... .it. -a.
COWDBSl: tUi o7,.y SSXu .;Wi vj Wumut 7,rfat& lXi
oesuou wig inmn-v mumm ii b ix aiim-aM. cauct a rwrauaientoure. llCCuLoi.afof aj(