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Business Cards and Societies
PROFESSIONS AND TRADES, ALPHABETICALLY ARRANGED.
nil w r; COLE OFFICE IN JUDO
building, omce nours, iu 10 ii n. m. .
to S p. m.
J L. aiL SSWO.N LODGE. NO. 4, MEETS EVERY
Utats and corrects trouble. catar- evening In Secret Society hall.
!!! e?"?.1"0,. an.l. 'ErVarJi S'Ilow block, at Pendleton Ore. 'it. W.
Oliiucrrtn.-i.ij uUm .v. .
core. Telephone, mam iui.
DM3. SMITH & r.INGO, OFFICE OVER
the Pendletcn Savings Hank. Telephone
JIO . residence telephone, main 301.
H. R GAItFIELD, M. D., HOMEOl'ATUIC
physician trd surgeon. Office In Judd
bulldlnc. Telephone Office, black, .3; res
IdrDce, black, 24.
DK D, J. McFAULL. ROOM 17 ASSOCIA
tlcn block. Telephone, main 1)31 : resi
dence telephone, black. 1C1.
UK T. M. HENDERSON. PHYSICIAN
and surgeon. Specialties, eye, ear, nose
and throat. Office In Savings Hank btilla
Inc. 'Phone, main, 331.
DRS. KEYES & KEYES. OSTEOPATHIC
Ilivslclans Chronic and nervous diseases
a specialty Office one block west of post
office. DP. R. D. WISWAIX, PHYSICIAN AND SCR
geon. Office in Dcspalii Block. Telephone
Black 131. Residence phone Black 663.
DR. LYNN K. P.LaIcESLEE, CHRONIC
and nervous diseases and diseases of
women Judd building, corner Main and
Court Sts. Office 'phone, main, T21 ; res
idence, red, 273.
OR. LENA ALLEN IJOONE. OSTEOPATH,
Office S13 Thompson Btroet. Telephone,
DP. E. G. KIR BY, 1'HYSKUAN AND SUR
geon Office Room 4, ssociation Building.
E. A VAUGIIAN, DENTIST. OFFICE IN
Judi? building. 'Phone, red, 71.
E. A MANN. DENTIST. OFFICE IN As
sociation block, over Schmidt's new drug
tore. 'Phone, red 271.
I IK. W. W. OAR-
ontfeian The oulv
optician, Ihe O'uy ,
uarior In the city.
Six doors south uf
P O . Main street, Pendleton, Ore., No fee
charged for examination and consultntion.
BANKS AND BROKERS.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF ATHENA,
Oregon. Cnpltal, $50,000; surplus and
nrnntc si; into lntormr nn time ueDosns.
Collections promptly attended to. nenry
r1 AflAmc nrpKiilent : T. J. Kirk. Vlce-Dresl
dent; F H. LeGrow, casnier: I. M Kemp,
THE FARMERS' BANK OF WESTON,
Weston, Oregon. Does a general banking
.business. Exchnuge bought and sold. Col
lections promptly attended to. It. Jameson,
president ; ueorge vt . itocdsxci ; vice-presi
dent J R. Kllgore, cashier ; directors, U.
Hartman. M. M Johns. T. J. Price, G.
Graw, J. F. Kllgore. Robert Jameson,
ITHK PENDLETON SAVINGS BANK,
Pendleton, Oregon. Organized March l,
1889. Capital, $30,000; surplus, $100,000;
interest allowed on all time deposits. Ex
'change bought and sold on all principal
5 points. Special attention given to col
lections. v. j. I'urnlali. president; J. is.
gNeal, vice-president ; T. J. Morris, cashier ;
SJ W Maloney, assistant cashier.
! FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF PENDLE-
ton. Canital. J70.000: surplus, sa,..ooo:
Transacts a general banking business. Ex
change and teiegrapnic transiere soia on
K'bicago, San Francisco, New York and
principal points In the Northwest. Drarta
lrawn on i mnn, japan ana mirope. aiancs
collections on reasonable terms. Levi An-
, president ; W, F. Matlock, vlce-pres-
Rldent: C. B. Wade, cashier; II. F. Johnson,
ARCHITECTS AND BUILDERS.
V HOWARD. ARCHITECT AND Su
perintendent ; makes complete and rella
lie plans for buildings In the city or coun
ty Room 17 juilu building.
IIEBK & COLE, CONTRACTORS AND
Builders. Estimates furnished on short
btlce. Job work a specialty. Prompt
irvice. Shop on Bluff street near Main,
A. MAY, CONTRACTOR AND BUILD
Ber Estimates furnished on all kinds
, masonry cement walks, stone walls, etc.
rave orders at East Oregonlan olee.
:e, troutman architect and bu-
oerlntendent. Room IS. Association
Hiding, Pendleton, Oregon.
M. KELLAR. PLASTERING AND CE-
lentlng. Cement walks a specialty. Es
tates furnished tree. Work guaranteed.
live orders at Badley and Zehner 8 cigar
re. Aiain street, r. u. doi iu4.
CABS AND CARRIAGES.
3BER TIRE HACK. NEW AND VERY
litest style, for the service of the public.
j. i-arun ana J as. a. .Mc&ay, props. :an
the Commercial Livery Stable or tele-
ae main 101 and the back will call for
CAB LINE. HRWIN BAKER. PROP.
elephone main 701. Office and waiting
n, Alta street, next to Savings Bank
JRANCE AND LAND BUSINESS
BENTLEY REPRESENTS THE OLD
and most reliable Ore and accident
ance companies. Office with Hartman
PARKES. OFFICE 120 COURT KT.
Dfflca business, such as filing of claims
nutating contests a specialty.
HAILEY. JR.. U. 8. LANf) nnt.
loner Specialty made of land filings
coui ; insurance ana collections. Of-
juao building, room 16.
W. V AUG HAN. QHATinATK CIV
Ian Francisco Veterinary Collexe:
iiendtd to day or night Office at
uie ; pnoa red oil.
END SHOE REPAIRING.
EWat.t iKnm nm dot t a t '
sTrii. Fa,it-C,M- rtpnltlvi with'
CsT' Bhop In rear of DTndlnger.i
PENDLETON LODGE, NO. 52, A. F. AND
- W. M. ; J oe H. Pa rkes, Sec.
Fletcher. K. R. S. : W. J. Kevea. C. C.
Fletcher, K. R. S.: W. J. Keyes, C. C.
I PENDLETON CIRCLE NO 527, WOMEN
t of Woodcraft, meets every Friday even
ing at riomlrlr hall. All visiting neighbors
are cordially Invited to attend. Minnie
Stlllman, Guardian Neighbor; Eva Flet
BOARD AND LODGING.
EMPIRE LODGING HOUSE. CORNER OF
E. Court and Johnson streets. Good
large, clean rooms with comfortable beds.
Rates 25c and 50c a night. Thos. Smart,
HOTEL ALTA. CORNER ALTA AND
Mill streets. Hoard by the day or week.
Good table set. Rates S4 and ?5 per week.
Pendleton feed yard In connection. L.
THE ST. GEORGE RESTAURANT REG
ular meals 25 cents. Short orders a
specialty. Open day and night. T. A
THE STRAIION ROOMING HOUSE, CIS
Main street. Sirs. H. E. Cooper, Prop,
Everything strictly nrst-clnss. Rates
50c and ?1 per day.
1TIE WHITE LODGING nOUSE. 301
South Main street. Mrs. Mary Williams
Prop. Housekeeping rooms and lodging
rooms. Good comfortnble rooms and clean
well-kept beds. Lodging 23 cents.
FURNISHED AND HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS
at No. 777 Thomiicon street.
LIVERY AND FEED STABLES.
THE DEPOT STABLES, COTTONWOOD
street, between Alta and Webb streets
n. Stewart Proo. Best care taken
horses. Good stables and plenty of feed.
THE CITY LIVERY BOARD AND SALE
Stable, M. J. Carney, proprietor, for
fine turnouts. Stable 118 Alta street.
FEED AND SALES STABLE, LINDSBY
& uoiy props.; uia oempie oiuuie, tsst
Cottonwood street; careful attention given
horses left with us.
& Doty props. ; Old Sempie Stable,
COMMERCIAL STABLES. G. M. FROOME
Prop. Livery, feed and boarding. All
kinds of turnouts. Competent drivers. Op
poslte note! Pendleton. 'Phone, main 101
OREGON FEED YARD. W. T. BOYNTON
prop. Special care given to horses left
with me. Lower webb street. Phone,
THE TELEPHONE LIVERY, FEED AND SALE
btaoie, court street, opposite uourt House
boarding horses a specialty; good turnouts
rigs aeuverea ; rnoue Main;i3i,
GEORGE O'DANIEL. NEW AND SECOND
hand goods bought and sold. Conrt St.
Opera house block. Call and see him.
V. STROBLE. DEALER IN SECOND
hand goods. If there Is anything you
neea in new ana Becona-nana furniture,
Bloves, granite ware and crockery, call and
get his prices, no. ziz Court street.
NEW AND SECOND-HAND GOODS
bought and sold ; pawn brokers ; money
auvancea on an kinds or articles, waters
& Sherry, props., 782 Cottonwood street,
COPELAND & SON, GENERAL BLACK-
smithing and repairing; horseshoeing
specialty; work promptly attended to; call
and see us; shop 314 west Webb street,
just three blocks below Main street.
MAPLE BROS.. COURT STREET. GEN
eral Electricians, dealers in electrical
supplies. Houses, stores, wired for electric
Merits, bens or telenhonis. Electrical nx
tutes of all kinds. Get our prices. Repair
worn a speciaitv.
BILLY KRASSIG, BARBER SHOP AND
bath rooms. Main street, three doors
north of Hotel St. George. First-class
NEW TONSORIAL PARLORS, COURT ST,
Three doors west of Golden Rule hotel
J U. Pace, prop. First-class workmen ;
everything clean ; all modern Improvements,
PATTON'S SANITARY BARBER SHOP
Despaln block; Conrt street; best work
manshlp ; all the modern Improvements :
all tools sterilized ; bath rooms In con
W. S. BOWMAN, LEADING PHOTOGRA
nher of the city. Harvest views. In
dlan photos fo. sale. Finishing done for
amatcuis. Main St., near bridge. 'Phone
MALE HELP WANTED.
AN ENERGETIC MANAGER FOB OFFICE
to be opened in this city for large man'
ufacturlng concern. Salary $100 per
month ; extra commissions and expenses,
Five hundred dollars cash security re
quired. Best of references. Address Man,
ager. P. O. Box 2124, San Francisco. Calif,
STAR EMPLOYMENT OFFICE, 038
Main St ; If you need help or seek em
ployment call on us. 'Phone, main 1011.
WANTEDWORK AT WASHING, IRONING
or bouse cleaning. Inquire at 701 Alia Bt.
IN POUND THE FOLLOWING DE-
scrlbed animals have been taken up by
the marshal of the City of Pendleton, to
One bav eeldlnir. weight 1100 rounds: collar
marxs: wmietinDin loreneaa: u rears oia:
no Drtmci viiidis
If said ai Imala ure not claimed by the
owners or those entitled to the possession.
coats and expenses against them paid, and
men taken away within ten days rrom the
date hereof, then at 2 o'clock d. m. of the
7th day of March, 1903. the said
animals will be sold to the highest bidder,
at public auction for cash, at the city
Webb streets, In the City of Pendleton, the
proceeas or Bnen aaie to oe appnea to wie
hTe si le "UC" "UU 1 l "
Datwl this aith day of February, 1903.
BUTTER AND EGGS
ARE GETTING CHEAP.
Little Change in Outlook No De
mand for Wheat at Present Prices
Hide and Pelt Market Slow.
The only change in prices to bo
noted, compared with those quoted
some days ago, is an advance in the
price or ducks to the farmer, caused
by scarcity. Otherwise, the prices to
the producer and to the consumer as
well, remain just where they were a
week ago, though other fluctuations
The hide and pelt market is slow
Extraordinary Offer for One Week
Readings, 50 Cents.
This offer is extended to every one
and especially to those who heretofore
could not afford my former fees.
So strange is my work that, with'
out a word, without a question, I tell
you just what you want to know
Correct information about all affairs
of love, courtship, marriage, divorce,
sales, wills, property, old estates
speculation, diseases, pensions, pat
ents, investments, etc. I positively
tell you when you will marry and date
of marriage. I recognize none as my
superior who by any means advise
and foretell events arlBlng through
cause an deffect.
DO YOU WISH TO KNOW
How you can have good luck?
How you can succeed In business?
How you can make your home
How you can conquer your ene
How you can marry the one you
How soon you can marry?
How you can conquer your rival?
How soon your lover will propose?
How you can get a position?
How you can remove bad Influence?
How you can become a clairvoyant?
How you can settle your quarrels?
How you can hold your husband's
How you can keep your wife's
Free life reading for one week, one
fourth the regular price, fifty cents.
The Columbia, Main Street.
Scott's Santal-Pepsin Capsules
A POSITIVE CURE
For Inflammation or OsUnrh
of the Bladder and Dlnejued
Ktdatys. No cure no pay.
Carta qalekly and Perma
nently las worst cases ot
Uonorrliova and Uleet,
no matter of bow long stand.
lag. Absolutely hannlea.
Bold by drug-flat. Prloe
11.00, or by mall, postpaid,
1.00, 1 boiea; U5.
"THE SAMTAL-PEPSM CO,
Sold by F. W. 8chmldt A Co.
&"tav Orliclnal uud Only (Jenuiue.
H Hlftuditrd JMlMedjr,
id lt 1& . ran.
10,000 To.iiuu.uUL.. Lutlea.uk lfru((li(
mr 1'iiiviir.njzui kaulikii la
KKll mud Utfld barultlc U,K-i, acaUxl vita
blue rlbbua. TitLe ut wtlcr llefaae
rubatllutloiiau4liultutluMa. At'tf M
lrbi)t,oriMl 4 (.rutU taiu'fr I'ar.
titular. I rIIMiiilMU attj Uauklcf
fur l.illttt, tjr return 3lall. K'.X by
Un-jvLU. CliU'tieaJt-r t'hruilt-ul t'o.
xladUouttduurv. I'll 1 1. A.. I'
Physicians prescrib e I
it for their most deli- I
cate oatients I
JOHN SCHMIDT I
very little Is doing. Tho only pelts
to como In during tho pnst week have
been a few dozen coyote nnd badger
skins. About a thousand pounds each
of sheep and cattle hides have been i
bought during the week.
One dealer declares that it takes
constant rustling to And fat hogs
enough to supply tho local demand
for meat. Another retailer states that
ho Is having no trouble nt all to get
all the hogs he wants. As a matter
of fact, veal is more difficult to se
cure now than hogs. It Is only from
the occasional owner of a cow or two
that a calf fit for market can be pur
chased. The cattlemen and feeders
will not sell their calves they can
not be bought of them for nine cents
per pound, dressed. The animals aro
more valuablo to those who aro sit
uated so they can hold them and fat
ten on the range for next year's mar
Ueht. A calf that would bring 9 cents
per pound now, or perhaps be worth
S15. can easilv be made worth $20 bv
next fall and gets all its increase in '
value off the range, where grass is
aireauy neginning to grow.
The grocers prophesy that butter 1
nnd eggs will both be cheaper in a 1
couple of weeks, the natural result of
I the advance of the season.
There is an abundance of Cnlifor
j nla cauliflower, celery .lettuce, onions
and spinach in the market today and 1
I will be for tho remainder of the
Parsnips, 75c per sack.
Onions, $1 per sack.
Beets, $1.50 per sack.
Potatoes, C5c to 75c per hundred,
Garlic, 15c per pound.
Pendleton Livestock and Poultry.
Chickens-r-Hens, 78e; $4.00 por
dozen; roosters, 4 to fi cents.
Turkeys, 12'c per pound.
Geese, per dozen, $9.
Ducks, per dozen, $4.
Butter. 40c and 45c per roll.
Choice Beef Cattle, Etc.
Cows, per hundred, $3.26?3.50.
Hogs, live, $5.50G.
Hogs, dressed, 7716c
Veal, dressed, 88c.
Pendleton Retail Grocery Prices.
Coffee Mocha and Java, best. 40c
per lb,; next grade, 35c per lb; lower
grades coffee, 25c to 15c per lb.;
package coffee, 15c and 20c per lb.
Rice Best head rice, 12c per lb.;
next grade, 8 l-3c per lb.
Sugar Cane granulated, best, $0.00
rer sack; do, 13 pounds, $1.
Salt Coarse, $1.00 per 100; table,
$2.50 per 100.
Flour B. B., $4.50 per barrel; Wal
ters', $4.50 per barrel.
The following are the prevailing
average prices for hides In this mar
ket: Beef, green, 46c per lm; beef
dry, 1012c; mink, 5075c each,
with a possibility of 90c each If the
size 16 good and hte condition prime;
coyote, 25c and possibly C5c; bear,
skins, according to quality and hize,
from $3 to $15; coon, 2530c; horse.
perfect, with head, tail and mane, $1
to $1.25; sheep, 8c per lb., dry;
coon, 20c to 20c.
Portland, March 5. There
change In the wheat market,
for better or worse; prices have been
steady, but sellers have been rather
scarce, and are not offering freely.
bight months of the cereal year have
passed, and shipments for the season
now totals 25,000,000 bushels, both
wheat and flour. The main activity
of the season is now about over, and
from now on the market will be of
a dragging nature. Exporters have a
few cargoes yet to load, both hero
and on Puget Sound, and have more
wheat than they can possibly ship
on the same. Authentic reports from
all over the Northwest indicate that
only 5 per cent of the crop remains
In the country unsold. Exporters are
not making any bids at present, they
prefer to do nothing before paying
fancy prices for the sake of doing i
business. Quotations rule the same
as last week. 7G and 77 cents for
club, 88 cents for bluestem and val
ley 79 cents per bushel. It Is stated
that holders want 80 cents, for club
wheat; prices are C cents per bushel
too high for any In the trade to do
business on a safe basis.
San Francisco, March 5. Locally,
the wheat market Is quite (Inn; as
stocks are low, exports during the
past week have been quite heavy.
Millers are heavy buyers, as choice
wheat Is difficult to obtain and stocks
are almost depleted. Exporteis aro
endeavoring to clean up chartered
tonnage. Reports indicate that the
average Is much larger this year.
Quotations for No. 1 shipping, $1,50
per cental; milling, $1.C761. CO.
Boston. March 5. The government's
quarantine against wool and the obe
dience of railroads to the order for
bidding shipment of the material has
led to a very quiet wool market. Bids
for a big line of territory lleeces are
under consideration, a fractional dif
ference in prlco alone preventing a
sale. Holders of wool have every con
fidence In Immediate resumption of
trade, and the quotations are strong.
Quotations; Territory, choice staple,
scoured basis, fine, 555fic; fine me
dium, 520154c; medium, 47048c,
St, Louis. March 5. Wool Un
hanged; territory and Western medi
um, lC18c; fine, ISfffluvic; coarse,
IS THE BEST
Made of beat material by best work
men. If you need harnesn, investi
gate. Call and examine our stock of
single and double harness, saddles,
whips and supplies and get our prices.
Repair work done substantially and
J. A. SMITH,
218 Court Street.
and Union Pacific
Two Trains to tho East Daily
Tlirough Pullman standnnl and Tourist sleep
ing earn daily to Omalin, Chicago; tourist
leeplng rnr cally to Kaniai City; through
Pnllmiin tourlit rlceptng ran (personally con
ducted) weekly to Chicago, Kanna. City, Bt
loulsand Memphis: reclining chair cars (leatt
free) to the Kim daily.
8:10 a m
Portland Special No. 1
Chicago Special No, 1
6:40 p m
1 SM a m
Mall and Express No.5
1 M a M
4:50 a m
Mall and Express No .6
8:16 a m
Mixed Train No. 41
Walla Walla Branch
Mixed Train No. 42
Ocean and River Schedule.
All tailing dates snb-
SUMS p. in.
juct to cnance.
For Ban Francisco
4:00 p. m.
To Astoria and Way
4 AO p.m.
10:00 p. in,
Boats leare Portland dally, except Buudaj
'stage of water permitting) (or Willamette ant1
Yamhill Klrer points.
4:06 a. m.
Klparla to Luwlston
F. F. VVAMHLKV, Agent, Pendleton.
Chicago, Bt. Paul, Ht. Loui, Kn
wuj Ulty, Ht. Joe, Umalia, and
All Points East and South
Portland aad points
ob tho Sound
Leare Pendleton, dally except Bnudays
ArrlT Pendleton Uouday, Wednesday .
Friday 1135 pm.
Arrfre Pendleton Tuesday, Thursday an
Saturday 825 am.
Leave Wall Walla dally, east bound, U&O pas
Arrive Walla Walla dally, weet bound, UM am
For Information regarding rate and eocene
modattons, call on or address
W. ADAWB, Agent,
8. B. GALDKKHKAD, Q . P. A.,
Walla Walla, Wash,
WANTKO YOUll OUDUItH FOlTBJf
giafcd carda, wedding Invitations, etc.;
100 engraved visiting card with plate,
11.50; additional cards In future, SI per
hundred. The Kast Oregonlan.
Mormon Hlahorja Pills liato
rliiin-ITMriirttiTr fullowem. 1m11I velr
elfuctabrirabue,illul'atIoo,etciM,orUi(ar'IUauokluv. Ourea Loat M
lmpotenoy,Lost Power, Nlaht-'Losaea, tjpemutorrhoaulrtaomn
In Buck. Evil Desires. Aernlrtat rmlsalons. Lama Back. Nervous
Haadache. Unfitneaa to Marry.
Tipaiion. stops r-rcmuiuronoa,
EVellda. r.ntJiltf ara iiuwcuiaw.
lUtU, 1WH i Kf I ucmjiwcih, yum is i
Ltlir.ifliitoi.fhM krulu a.nt iisTve ctsutAnt. Uic m Ixji. 6 for
tlo, Ik.ii t u I de inleiit,a cure l at
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SOLD BY TALLMAN A CO., DRUGGISTS, PENDLETON, OREOOM. f
VAN DRAN BROS., Props.
The Best Hotel in Pendleton
and as gooil as any.
Headquarters for Traveling Mea.
Commodious Sample Rooms.
Rates $2 & $2.50
Special rates by week or in onth
Prompt Dluliigrooin service,
livery Modern (.'onvcnlenoa
Bar and billiard room in conncotioi
Only Three Blocks from Depot
GOLDEN RULE HOTEL
Corner Court nnd Johnson Streets,
M. F. Kolly. Proprlotor.
HEATED BY STEAM
LIGHTED BV ELECTRICITY
Amoi'lt'iin lMim, nil'r l V!A to f)U.OO
Kuropciiil l'lan. (sou, 7fti-. 1.041.
8polul rutuN by week or month.
Free 'bus meets all tralnsl
Commercial trade solicited
Fine sample room
Sjjccial Attention Given Country Imfr
CORNER MAIN AND WEBB STS.
GEO. DAI.VEAU, Prop.
Block and a half from depot;
Sample room In connection.
50c, 75o, $1.04
American I'lau, $J per lay ami uptrai
llcadquartria for louiisla and commeiclal trav
elers. Special rates made to families and alngU
gcntteineu The uiauagemcut will lc pleawd
at all limes to show rooma and glre prices. A
modern Turkish bath establishment tu Hie bqUI,
II. C. KOWliKB, Manager
MEN AND WOMEN.
Um Ills t) for unnatural
ffrllatluna or ulcaratloua
ol luueuua ueiaiwaoai.
fvL..u. ralclui. ami cut ajtiM
IfMtlKWlQllMlCilCa w -r poisooou.
Lpiscwstti.o.HI uala r
U.a.. SM-prsui in piam rnjL
Circular sunt uu rauaal.
Ueeu In ute or U reara lit Ilia Ivuiara ol tba Korutuu
.urea tha vurml t-aea lu old and vuuiiir arlaitiv lr..n.
Loss ofSemen. i
vanowsia, or uorr
oua Twitching of
potency to evarjr fuuo.
t u y u a nut , to co r or
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