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uiness uams ana societies
MSIONS Ainu i nnuuD, urnMOL i ibHLLi rthnMnutU,
-T,f nl.'l.'ICB IN JU )I) 1'nNDLETON LOUGH. NO. 52. A. F. AND
( niice hours, 10 to 12 a. ra. ; 1 A. M., meets first and third Mondays of
..7nhnne red 371. , eocn montn. .visiting Dretnren welcome.
!i - x. i. nvetrujr, . ji. i joe ii. iHrKes. nee.
D.. DKSl'AIN 11I.OC1C,
rviH eve troubles, catar-
Wmms and Impaired IienrlnR.
fiitpd for refractive cr-
Siwcn Savlnss Hank. Telephone
ffifttlcnhone, main 301.
SnTu), M HOMKOl'ATIIIC
if rd siiwcon. Office In Judd
W.l1 ...... nirino Iilnnlr. 7.1 rm.
rjJtf.UlM'. ItOOM 17 ASSOC IA-
itofk. xeiennoue, mum ,
..p&oce, 6'acK. iui.
w iii;.Mn;iir' riui!iii.
-Tron. Specialties, eye. car, nose
, main 331
.... , i.'i'.v s I ' i r.v till:
... chronic anil nervous uiseascs
OlIlrT OUiJ uium neat ui iiuai.-
DAMON LODGH. NO. 4, MEKTS EVEItY
.Mommy cvenmc in secret Society ball
I.aDow block, nt l'endleton Ore. It. W.
Fletcher, K. It. S. : W. J, Keyes, C. C.
PENDLETON CHICLE NO 527. WOMEN
of Woodcraft, meets every Friday even
lne nt Ilendrlx ball. All visiting neighbors
arc cordially Invited to attend. Minnie
Stlllmnn, Guardian Neighbor; Eva Flet
BOARD AND LODGING.
llMl'IItE LODGING HOUSE, COItNEK OF
i;. Court and Johnson streets. Hood
large, clean rooms with comfortable beds.
Kates 23c and 50c a night. Thos. Smart,
HOTEL ALT A. COItNEIt ALTA AND
Mill Htreets. Hoard by the day or week.
140011 tabic set itates $4 anil ?o per weeK.
I'piiiiietnn reed yarn In connection. I,
THE ST. GEORGE HESTAUiTaNT ItEG
ulnr meals 25 cents. Short orders i
specialty. Open day und night. T. A.
nnriiLY. physician and
"oJIre In Dcspalu block. Tele-
THE STKAHON ItOO.MING HOUSE, CIS
prions aiseases uuu uweui liverytning strictly nrst-ciass. unics jc.
Jnrtd uiiiniioK. ,'J1U tij.nic anu $i per uay.
I tLMI.V IIOONE. OSTEOPATH.
... ThnmtKnii srriir. ! ipnnon(. i
KIKBY PI1YHICIAN AND BUR-(
s Room 4, 'sbociiuion nuiiniEg. i
THE WHITE LODGING HOUSE. 301
South Main street. Mrs. Mnry Williams
Prop. Housekeeping rooms and lodging
rooms. Good comrortuble rooms and clean,
well-kept beds. Lodging 25 cents.
FUKNISIIKf) AND HOUSEKEEPING WOOM8
at No. 777 Thompson street.
LIVERY AND FEE DSTABLES.
Tttn nniwr RT.wir.rs. rnTTnNwnnn
NAI. uka U( axmiuha, Rtvpni. hntwppn Alt, anil Webb strpets,
Capital, $50,001); surplus and n. Stewart Prop. Ilest care tnken of
fore zn and nomestic radiance.
promptly attended to. tienry I THE CITY LIVEItY HOARD AND SALE
. i.Ia.,,. m T T. It-L- wI.tiipq1. I di.i.1. r
I Itarnett, cashier ; F. b. Le- fine turnouts.
J. Carney, proprietor,
Stable 118 Alta street.
FEED AND SALES STAI1LE, LINDSHY
WESTON, & Doty props. ; Old Semple Stable, 723
Does a general banking Cottonwood strept ; careful attention given
Kllgore. cashier; directors, G. Prop. Livery, ieea ana uoaruing. nil
V Kllgore. Robert Jameson, I posito Hotel Pendleton. 'Phone, main 101.
OREGON FEED YARD, W. T. 110YNTON,
prop. Special care given to Horses left
with me. Lower Webb street. "Phone,
Oregon. Organized March 1,
al. f 50.000; surplus, $100,000;
ivral nn .ill limn denoslts. Ex-
I I ll nHln.iltwl1
.1. Furnish, president; .7. N. I GEORGE O'DANIEL, NEW AND SECOND
n.LUnf . 11 T Xfnprlo nnahlar
telegraphic transfers soiu on
. .innnn unci i.nrope. juiiKea
tttSS, DENTIST. OFFICE IN
IWtt 'Phone, red, 71.
8udi:ntist. office in as-
H, over Schmidts new drug
fUst red 271.
IjfE DR. W W. GAR-
iTjfe rctson, graduate
opucian. 'ine oniy
parlor in the city.
Hit doors south of
Itoitreet. Pendleton. Ore.. No fee
Wt (lamination and consultation.
hand goods bought and sold. Court St.,
Opera house block. Call and see him.
V. RTROIILE. DEALER IN SECOND
hand goods. If there Is anything you
need In new and second-hand furniture.
stoves, granite waro and crockery, call and
get his prices. No. 212 Court street.
NEW AND SECOND-HAND GOODS
bought and sold ; pnwn brokers ; money
advanced on all kinds of articles. Waters
& Sherry, props., 732 Cottonwood street.
THE TELEPHONE: LIVERY, FEED AND SALE
Stable, Court street, opposite Court House;
boarding horsea a specialty; good turnouts;
rlas delivered; Phone Main 381.
BLACKSMITH I NG.
COPELAND & SON, GENERAL HLACIC
snilthlng and repairing; horseshoeing a
specialty ; work promptly attended to ; call
and see us; shop 314 West Webb street.
Just three blocks below Main street.
MTECTS AND BUILDERS.
IfflVARD, ARCHITECT AND SU
H&nt; makes complete and rella-
3nr buildings In the city or couu-
N 17 Judd building.
t COLE, CONTRACTORS AND
Kjtlmates furnished on short
J&b ork a specialty. Prompt
Stop on Illuff street near Main.
Riy, CONTRACTOR AND HUILD
IMaiatcs furnished on Ml kinds
rJ lemoiit milks, stone walls, etc.
FWiat Eust Oregonlan olee.
liOUTMAN. ARCHITECT AND BU-
wui. Room 10, Association
STAR EMPLOYMENT OFFICE, 038
Main St. ; If you need help or seek em
ployment call on us. 'Phone, main 1011.
MAPLE I1ROS., COURT STREET, GEN
ernl Electricians, dealers In electrical
supplies. Houses, stores, wired for electric
lights, bells or telephones. Electrical fix
tures of nil kinds. Get our prices. Repair
work a specialty.
HILLY KRASSIG, HARItBR SHOP AND
bath rooms. Main street, three doors
north of Hotel St. George. First-class
I low mail
Thriv l. mi.
What 0" Hi.
Wt-ll lillllf llll
IN POUND THE FOLLOWING DH
scribed animals have been taken up by
the marshal of the City of l'cndlfton. to
"one by gelding 8 yesrs old; white face;
four white tctt; weight son pounds; no bfund
visible. One nlnck gelding 10 years oil S right
bind foot white: weight 800 pound; h.l .
front; white apol In forehead; no brand vitlble.
If said animals are not claimed by the
owners or those entitled to the nossesston.
costs and expenses against them paid, and
then taken away within ten days from the
date hereof, then at 2 o'clock p. m. of the
27th day of February, 19-n, the aald
arlmnls will be sold to the highest bidder,
nt public auction for cash, at the city
pound, en the corner of Cottonwood and
Webb streets. In the City of l'endleton, the
proceeds of such sale to be applied to the
payment of such costs and expenses of mak
Dated this 16th dav or February, 190.1.
J. A. ItLAKELY, City Mnrshal.
Bar in connection.
Alta & Webb Sts.
In Center of Block.
F. X. Schempp
THE FIRST REGISTERED PALMIST
EVER IN PENDLETON.
FAITHFUL DOG LEADS
WAY TO DEAD MASTER.
Body of William McKay, a Trapper,
Found In the South Fork Mountain
Disappeared Last Monday.
Ashland, Or., Feb. 21. The body of
William McKay, a trapper, well
known in Trinity county, was found
on South Fork Mountain, four miles
west of Hyampom, last Monday. The
discovery was due to the trapper's
faithful dog. McKay and his dog
were inseparable companions. On
Monday, when the dog appeared at A.
S. Fletcher's place, it attracted
Fletcher's notice. It seemed to him
the dog's actions meant that he wish
ed the man to follow him, and he de
cided to do so. The delighted ani
mal led the way to his master's cabin,
but the dog did not wish to stop
there, and Fletcher continued on with
him, tramping two miles further
through the deep snow, where, sitting
by the base of a tree, was McKay,
cold and stiff in death. The dog lick
ed the trapper's face and showed al
most human intelligence.
Fletcher went to Hyampom to ob
tain help to remove the body, and
later a message was sent to Weaver
vllle to the coroner, who summoned
a jury. It is believed that McKay be
came exhausted or sick, and, sitting
down by the tree, dropped to sleeil
and was frozen to death.
IN POUND THE FOLLOWING DE
srrlbed animals have been taken up by
the merehal of the City of Pendleton, to
X One Mack gelding 8 years old; white apot in
forehead; white strip on nose, weight M
ponnda; ahod In front: gentle horae; no brand
visible One sorrel gelding 8 ycara old; white
face; right hind foot white; f car on lett hind
leg; weight 800 pounili; gentle hnne; no
brand vlalhlc. ...
If said animals are not claimed by tho
owners or those entitled to the posieoslon.
cctts and expenses against them paid, and
then taken away within ten days from tho
date hereof, then nt 2 o'clock p. m. of the
28th day ot February, lOul, the aald
nrlmnU will he sold to the highest bidder.
I nt public auction for rash, nt the city
pound, on tne corner ni i ononwoon nnn
Webb streets, in the City of Pendleton, the
proceeds of such sale to be applied to the
payment of snch- costs and expenses of rnak-
'"EateiUh'e 17th day or February, 100.1.
J. A. HLAKELY. City Marshal
lSELUIt, PLASTERING AND CE
jW Cenieot walks a specialty. Es-
iumsntti iree. work guaranteed.
t Hadley and Zehner's cigar
i nireet P O. box 101.
NEW TONSORIAL PARLORS, COURT ST.
Three doors west or Golden Rule hotel.
.7. II Pace, prop. First-class workmen ;
everything clean; all modern Improvements.
PATTON'S SANITARY 11ARIIER SHOP.
Despain block ; Court street ; best work
manship; all the modern Improvements;
nil tools sterilized; bath rooms In connection.
,111111.'. II I ni- Miati. I KTn ttiMr
...... IV, iir.iv mil; r uui
- ur me service ot tue pumic. 1
w. sThowman, leading photogra.
pher of the city. Harvest views, In
dian photos fo oale. Finishing done for
amateurs. Main St near bridge. 'Phono
nri Tan o i f i r . . n..n
wmerclal Llverv KKihlo nr tele.
11 and the hack will call for
' LINE. ERWIN IIAKMIt. PROP.
. - iin, umce nun wbuiuk
"reet, next to Savings Bank
MALE HELP WANTED.
AND LAND BUSINESS
ItMI'nESENTS THE OLD-
AN ENERGETIC MANAGER FOR OFFICE
to bo opened In this city for largo man
ufacturing concern. Salary $100 per
month ; extra commissions and expenses.
Five hundred dollars cash security re
quired. Rest ot references. Address Man
ager, P. O. Box 2124, San Francisco, Calif.
WANTED ADVERTISERS TO MAKE USE
I nt Mipflrt clflKalflpfl rnliimns. If von have
in uiu ure anu acciueut sumcuimtt jun uu.vu uu i ", inr. iv.
I body may have and have no use for, some
- thing that you may need In your business.
a. OPIMP17! lOA nrtTtlirn Un ' Vnti miiu linna nn clrn linrea Hint vnil
tomeau n specialty. Somebody may have the cow and vehicle
- . ana want m3 norse. joc or want au
Jlr IT tl T 4 nrt II .Ahahl An ikn f.iicif n ai ii
. specialty made of land flllng .
uce ana collections. Of-i WAWTiiu uuuai'uvuiiri. ux iiax
uug, room 10. Call on or address Mrs. ii. Huntington,
7M West Alta street.
BOOT AND SHOE REPAIRING.
GREENE WALD. TUB OLD RELIABLE
!Wt VA, I . . ... ...... Diu,nna. - I . I I II.
1! vi. 7 or n'sht. Office at best materials., unop in rear ot uimimger,
'""n rea on, Wilson to.
Is in the city and is recognised by
press and public everywhere, ah
pleased and delighted with his read
ings. Multitudes visit his narlors
duly and are happy. Palmistry Is an
exuct science, and it excites the won
tier and admiration of the most sleep
tlcal. Professor Wallace can be con'
suited on all matters pertaining to
tne weitare oi the human race. Your
hands reveal all Questions of Hie ner-
luining to marriage, sickness, death.
changes, travels, divorces, separations
law suits, business transactions, wills,
deals, mortgages, lost or nhsmir
friends. If you desire to have your
domestic troubles removed, your lost
love returned, your bitterest enemies
i-uuvei-ieti into stauncn mentis in a
v ord, whatever may bo your troubles
suspicions or desires, call on this
learned palmist and he will send you
away happier, wiser and bolder, than
ever before. Scores who have con
sulted Professor Wallace consider his
advice and assurance most valuable.
we has made fortunes for many, find
ing lor tnem, through his psychic
power, Investments that returned them
great profit. Many married coupler
who heretofore have quarreled and led
miserable lives, are now united and
living contented and happy. Drinking
husbands have been reformed, re
claimed and restored to their families.
Absent friends have been found, way
ward girls have been Bhown the folly
of their ways and started on the path
of obedience and duty, and a moral
reformation has restored their social
standing in the community. All these
things are of daily occurrence Also
letters come pouring in from all parts
or the United States involving ques
tions of great import and complexity,
and overy reply Is most gratifying to
tho troubled and unhappy. His ad
vice is soothing and beneficial, giving
them that peace of mmd that wealth
or power cannot produce. Men of the
world consult him upon matters of
business and speculation, sporting
men on games of chance, even minis
ters of tho gospel send for readings
through tho mall, and in return they
send testimonials stating that palmis
try is truly a science.
FORTUNE TELLING by cards, tea
leaves, etc., is perh;ps amiiKlng and
entertaining, but when you want SE
CUETS OF TRUTH you should con
sult Professor Wallace. Ho is ac
knowledged tho greatest living author
ity on palmistry, and all his work is
done without asking a question and is
Parlors 3 and 4. Tjie, Columbia, C31
Office hours, 9 a. in. to 9 m. Homo
p.11 day Sunday.
Escaped an Awful Fate.
Mr. H. Haggins, of Melbourne, Fla.,
writes: "My doctor told me I had
consumption and nothing could be
done for me. I was given up to die.
The offer of a free trial bottle of Dr.
King's New Discoveiy for Consump
tion, induced me to try it. I am now
cn the road to recovery and owe all
to Dr. King's New Discovery. It
surely saved my life." This great
cure is guaranteed for all throat and
lung diseases by Tallinan & Co., drug
gists. Prico 50c and $1.00. Trial bot
BIG BOWLING CONGRESS.
OLD NEWSPAPERS TO PUT UNDER
carpets, on shelves, walls, or for wrap
ping purposes. Old newspapers In large
hurdles of 100 each at 25 cents a bundle
nt the EAST OREGONIAN offlcfl, Tendle
LET US FILL
We can supply you with
Building Material of all
descriptions and sa v e
13 u i ldin g paper, lime,
cement, brick and sand.
Wood gutters for barns
and dwellings a specialty.
Oregon Lumber Yard
Alta St., Opp. Court House
Tenpln Players Gather at Indianapolis
for Bowling Contest Monday.
Indianapolis Intl.. Feb. 21. Tc n nin
lilavers from all nvnr tlm pnnnlrv nw
gathering at Indianapolis to take part
in the bowling championship of the
uuueu states, which begins in Tom
linson hall Monday, t oeontirme all
week. From Toledo. Kf. Paul St.
Louis, Kansas City, Columbius. lies
Moines, Erie, Pa., Louisville, Milwau
kee, Minneapolis, Chicago, New Y rk
and numerous other places the alley
men are swarming in, to compete tor
the many prizes offered and enroll
themselves n.-j cuests nf tlu lniinniiik
oils bowling association, host for the
cnampionsnip lournameut. I lie hot
test kind of competition Is -Miked for
in all the events, fivo-men. two-men.
and individual. Close followers ')f the
game predict that no better figures
Will be Scored thlln hlivn hotm mnrlo
in previous competitions. The alleys
me new, iresn pins are set up dally,
and none of llu omnetitnrH urn it ho
nllowed to nrnctiee unon the iLiirna.
went alleys. All of these conditions
will militate against high 3coriiig, and
ar the visltlug bowlers will probably
make their visit morn n? lf-Kt. nf n un
cial event it is doubtful If their fi.rm
win be shown.
Sessions 'if thn Arnirinmi Hm.illn,.
Congress, controlling organization of
the game, will be held, beginninr; at
noon Monday, and when the election
of new nfllr.ers nnil tlio uolofllnn r n
city tor the next annual champion
Bhip come up, hot fights are looked
for, Tho East has announced as Its
candidate for the presidency John II.
Price, of Uoston, It Is said New York
bowlers In a body will boost his
cause, while other tenpln knights in
that section of the country, who are
eniuieo to vote nt tne congress, will
cast their ballots for him. Price wa
one of the moving spirits in the Buffa
lo tournament last year, and lie has
taken an active Interest in the game
for years. Mayor Grainger, of Ixiuls
villo. Is looked upon as the most
promising candidate of the West.
Mllwaukeo, Louisville, and Cincinnati
are said to be candidates for tho next
convention and championship.
By tiie Fire Insurance Com
panies we represent. Our
companies stand first in the
Hartford Fire Insurance Uo.12,259,076
Alliance Assurance Co 29,039,063
London & Lancashire Fire
Insurance Co 2.614.083
North British & Mercantile
itoyai insurance Vo 22,897,163
FRANK B. CLOPTON
S00 WAIN STREET
Scott's SantaNPepsin Capsules
A POSITIVE CURE
For Inflammation or Catarrh
of the llladder and UlieaaecJ
Kldneje. No cure no pay.
Carai qalcklr and l'erma
nenUr the worst cuti of
no m&tlerof how long Bland
Inc. Absolutely barwlns.
Bold bv drafffi-tstM. PrlnM
J or by mall, postpaid,
11.00, 3 boxea; (2.76. '
THE SANTAL-PEPIIH CO.,
Sold by F. W. Schmidt & Co.
MEN AND WOMEN.
Dm Ulna for annataral
Irrttatlona or ulceration
of oiuouue mcutbrauai
Palnlou. and cot aitrU-
iTHEA,iCHmicuGo. nt or poUonou.
(Kua or uramm
"or MUt in nlaifl riH
br upredi, iirepald, tot
1.00. or S bottloa. (2.79.
Circular ut ou rwiuurt.
mm Gauuuid Wk
tM ut to ivlolnr.
jwo UNION PACIFIC
Two Trains to the East Daily
TlirouKh rullman MamUnl andTourlit plep
in earn dally to Omaha, Chicago; tourtat
alevplnit car aatlr to Kansas Cltjri tlnntiRh
rnllraon tourist sleeping curt ipci.ionally con
ductad) weekly to Chlrago, Kansas City. St.
Louis and Mfmphisi recllulnn chair cars (a.tJ
free) to tho Kasi dally.
8:10 a m
l'ortland Special No. 1
MOO a m.
Chicaco Special No 1 l'ortland
Mall and Express No.S
8:15 a m
0:00 p m
Mall and Express No. 6
4 :5 a m
Mixed Train No. 41
Walla Walla Branch
Mixed Train No. 42
b:Vt p na
Ocean and River Schedule.
All sailing dates sub-
Sail erery ft days.
B"n?ay Columbia Hirer 4aMp.m.
8:00 p.m. To Astoria and Way Sunday
Saturday I andlngs.
10 p p. m.
Boats leave Portland dally, exoept Sunday,
istafte of water pcrmlttlnz) (or WllUmotle ana
Vamlilll Kiynr points.
. Orlaiiiu! anil Onlr l.'piiulur.
A Pisaaru I(-1U4 , ttwitj vt Vt cr
for C'lIIC'IIKKlKIfH KM.IJH1I lo
IIF.I fciul (iultt nuftkUlg Ihj-i, atsUyl wtlb
triue rliilwo. Titlsr 110 otlirr. Kt-fuM
Knbtllutlouko4 I taltullua. Ak roar
Uruyiclhlr or m.u1 4 vutn lu Hinty for Ir.
fur l.udl4, r turn Mt.II. HtM tr tdi
MtdUii nuuurti I'JULA.,
7 it rev. A
4 OS a. m.
Itlparla to U'wlitoq
70 a. u.
K, r. WAM8LKY, Agent, l'endleton.
Chicago, Ht. Paul, Bt. Louis, Kan
tian City, Bt. Joe, Omaha, and
All Points East and Sooth
Portland and points
on the Sound
Lrare fendleton, dally except Holidays
Arrtre Fendleton Monday, Wedneaday 4
Friday 11 5pm.
Arrlre l'endleton Tuesday, Thursday aa4
Saturday 0 as am.
Leare Walla Walla dally, east bound, 11 MO pm.
Arrlra Walla Walla dally, west bound, B:4Sam.
For Information regarding rates and acoam.
modatlons, call on or address
V. ADAMS, Aeent.
B. B. CALDERIIKAD. Q 1'. A.,
Walla Walla. Wash,
Pullman Sleeping Ctirs,
Elegant Dining Cars,
Tourist Sleeping Cars.
and all poiiitH East and Bouth
fhrouifh tickets to JaDan and flhlna
i ico in a ana nortnen ra
ana American line.
act Ho Bteamshlp Cm,
Trains leare l'endleton dailr axeant Rn4.
at 700 p.m.
For inrther Information, time cards, tuau
and tlckeU, call on or write W. Adams, Fa.
dleton, Oregon, or A. D. OHAHLTOM,
Third and Morrison Btf ., Portland, Or.
Affswtrfi.r umirt.rlu tlatrtlnn OMU i.-. lf.ruIU .,.,,.11 I TLln"
Impotency, Loat Power, fclKht-Loaaea, 8permatorrhVeaTnao"n1u,np
In Back, Evil Dpslroa, Seminal EmlaaTone, Lame Back, Nervous Debility,
Headache, Unfitness to Marry, Loss of Bemon, ni- Vurloooele. or Con
stlpatlon, Stops Premutureness, Stops Norv- fc-fll ous Twltchtnir of
Eyelids. Etlucn are JiuiaedlaW. Impart ilgvt and 11.J iToiincy w ii"ri(2i
.... , lion, uou tKuepoDUent,ai.'urliialliauil,lUiktoreiiiual I, M3'H uudeveloiKid orirana.
PitlmuUtes the train and i.trve cenWr.. WW a Ik.x. for (.Ml l mall. A writ! KUsUJ tu Suiraotoe.lo tu or
ii.oiieiruriui.ieii witheWen. Circulars free. Address, Bishop Remedy Co., San Francisco. ,Oal.
80LD BY TALLMAN & CO., DRUGGI8T8, PENDLETON, OREGON.