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BOARD AND LODGING.
KM riUK LODGING flOtlBE, CORNER OP
E. Court ana Johnson streets. Good
large, clean rooms with comfortable beds.
Rates 23c and 50c a night. Thos. Smart,
HOTEL ALTa CORNER ALTA AND
Mill streets. Hoard by the day or week.
Good table set. Rates $i and $5 per week.
Pendleton feed yard In connection. L.
THE 8TRAH0N ROOMING nOUSE, 018
Main street, Mrs. H. E. Cooper, Prop.
Everythlnp strictly flrst-class. Rates 25c,
60c and $1 per day.
THE WniTE LODGING HOUSE. 301
South Main street. Mrs. Mary Williams
Prop. Housekeeping rooms and lodging
rooms, (load comfortable rooms and clean,
well-kept beds. Lodging 25 cents.
FORNIStlKD A NdThOUSEKEEPINO ROOMS
at No. 777 Tdnmiwm itreet.
PENDLETON LODGE, NO. C2, A. P. AND
A. M., meets first and third Mondays of
pach month. Visiting brethren welcome.
T. J. Tweedy, V. M. ; Joe n. Parkes, Sec.
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Tnompson sireei. mmmiug.
DAMON LODGE, NO. 4, MEETS EVERY
Monday evening In Secret Society hall,
IjiDow block, nt Pendleton Ore. R. W.
Fletcher, K. R. S. ; W. J. Keyes, C. C.
PENDLETON CIRCLE NO C27, WOMEN
of Woodcraft, meets every Friday even
tbg at Hcndrlx hall. All visiting neighbors
are cordially invited to attend. Minnie
Stlllmnn, Gnardlan Neighbor; Eva Flet-
DENTIST. OFFICE IN AS-
LIVERY AND FEED STABLES.
i THE DEPOT STABLES, COTTONWOOD
; street, between Alta and Webb streets,
! H. Stewart Prop. Rest care taken of
i horses. Good stables and plenty of feed.
THE CITT LIVERY HOARD AND SALE
Stable. M. J. Carney, proprietor, for
line turnouts. Stable 118 Alta Btreet.
DR. W. W. GAR
optician. The only
parlor In the city.
Six doors south of
tthmi. f 'tiiu if 11. vji c. ..v ...i.
nmlimtlnn ana con.suiinuou.
K AND BHUKtKS.
FEED AND SALES STABLE, LINDSBY
4 Doty props.; Old Semple Stable. 723
Cottonwood street; careful attention given
to horses left with us.
COMMERCIAL STABLES, G. M. PROOME
Prop. Livery, feed and boarding. All
kinds of turnouts. Competent drivers. Op
posite Hotel Pendleton. 'Phone, main 101.
OREGON FEED ll'ARD,-WTl'NTON.
prop. Special care given to horses left
with me. Lower Webb street. 'Phone,
IN AN NEAR PENDLETON
3-lot tract, one of tho best building
sites on the bottom $800.
8 lots, house and barn, well located
20-lot tract, Irrigated; something to
Invest in $15,000
34.; acres, large house, stone collar,
fruit of all kinds, rich soil, barn,
well Irrigated $2250
4 acres, houso, barn, fruit, one of the
best gardens in town $2 COO
5-ncre. chicken farm, irrigated bottom
land, houso, barn, chicken houses,
incubators, fruit, alfalfa ....$2000
10 acres, mostly rich bottom, well im
15 acres, 8 acres of It rich bottom,
running water, house, chicken yards
one of the best small places in Pen
SOME BARGAINS IN FARMS AT
$10 to $13 PER ACRE.
N. T. Conklin.
'Phone, Red 277.
LET US FILL
We can supply you with
Building Material of all
descriptions and sa v e
THE TELEPHONE LIVERY, FEED AND SALE
Stable. Court street, onnoslte Court House:
laiiy; gooa turnouts;
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KAii llAlXti 111' J 1 I L 11. . . . . ' ' " . ' ' '
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Intnrsat nn tlmft llenoslts.
bmptly attended to. Henry
ident; T. J. Kirk, vlce-prest
eGrow, cashier; I. M. Kemp,
GEORGE 0 'DAN I EL, NEW AND SECOND
hand goods bought and sold. Court St.,
Opera house block. Call and see blm.
KB' BANK OF WESTON, y. STROBLE, DEALER IN SECOND
fcegon. Does a general banking nanii goods. If there Is anything yon
kchange bought and Bold. Col- need in new and second-hand furniture,
iptly attended to. it. Jameson, moves, granite ware and crockery, call and
porge w. i-roeDsiei ; viee-prei- set huJ prices. No. 212 Court Btreet
IK 1 1 go re, cashier : directors, G.
M. M Jonns. X. J. rrice, u. new AND SECOND-HAND GOODS
F. Kllgore, Robert Jameson, i bought and sold: nawn brokers: money
tel. advanced on all kinds of articles. Waters
' . A Rherrr. nrnns.. 732 Pnttnnwnori itrrMtr:-
ILETON SAVINGS BANE,
KOraron. Organized March 1,1
l, $ 50,000; surplus, $100,000;!
ireo on nil time aepoaiu. r.x- . ;,
it and sold on all principal i i-jiui.v.il oun, ur.iicjxvau uuslh
4al attention given to col- smithing and repairing : horseshoeing a
i J. Furnish, president ; J. N. specialty ; work promptly attended to ; call
Ident : T 4. Morris, cashier : ' antJ Bee us ' shoP Sl Wet Webb street,
ry, assistant cashier. Must three blocks below Main street.
ClONAL BANK OF PENDLE-
lal. $70,000: surplus, 105,000;
keneral banking business. Ex-
telegrapmc transters sola on
Francisco, New York ana
lit in the Northwest.
MAPLE BROS., COURT STREET, UE.V
eral Electricians dealers in electrical
VwJrffa supplies. Houses, stores, wired for electric
A7-1 llnl.ll. ftw.ll.. A .AlAnft.nnn V
iiuid, mil. ui mici'iiwuvn. ua-
ttiies of all kinds. Get our prices. Repair
work a specialty.
T i t . . ir.i.u tin
tot; W. F. Matlock, vlce-pres-RVnde,
cashier; II. F. Johnson,
Building paper, lime,
cement, brick and sand.
Wood gutters for barns
and dwellings a specialty.
Oregon Lumber Yard
Alta St., Opp. Court House
SURVIVORS OF OREGON WARS
IN WALLA WALLA.
tented himself with reiterating tho
views expressed on tho occasion of
his recent visit to New York. As a
pleasant birthday reminder there
poured in during tho day congratu
latory messages from friends and ad
mlrora in many parts of tho country.
The Gasoline Engine is man's
most handy companion. See
It's something new. Requires no
packing and has no stud bolts
to twist off.
Let us show you our irrigation
plant. Irrigation in this
country means wealth
HILLY KRA8SIG, BARBER SHOP AND
bath rooms. Main street, three doors
north of notel St. George. First-class
ECTS AND BUILDERS.
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
K work figured on. Job work.
Ifftvlr (.imrAntAAit. Phnna Red M:i.
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- i lU.lOWUlAli i AUXiUltO, LVUttl Dl,
lin . I,, .11 iirrinn lun CTT ' Thi-aa iIiuim n-Mf nf flAli1.n II it t n 1. n.nl
it: makes comnlete and rella- J H. Pace, prop. First-class workmen
ibultdiugs In the city or coun- everything clean : all modern Improvements.
J Judd building. - - -
' PAITON'S SANITARY BARBER SHOP,
hCOLE, CONTRACTORS AND Despaln block: Court street; best work
(estimates furnished on short mnnsmp ; an the modern improvements
; work a specialty. Prompt all tools sterilized ; bath rooms In con
7 on Illuff street near Main, nectlon.
CONTRACTOR AND BUILD-
hies furnished on all kinds
lenient walks, stone walls, etc. '
let East Oregonian .olee. ! WANTED WORK AT WASHING, IRONING
HAN ARCHITECT AND 8U-
Room IS. Association
lleton, Oregon. i
or house cleaning. Inquire at 701 Alts St.
Notice to Contractors.
EK, PLASTERING AND CE- Council of tlm tUtr of Pendleton will receive,
kment walks a specialty. Ea- bids for grading that portion of Main stieet be
Ihed free. Work guaranteed, tween Jackson street a- d the north line nt
Mt llautey and Zebner s cigar Wilton street
street, i: u. dot iim. aii oiqb to iiaie tne price ner cudic varn
graaing to at none id uccotaance with profile
t AND CARRIAGES. Bids muit he filed with the Cltv Remrrter nn
. - - 'or before the 25th day of March, 1903. The
iiALK. ntsiY AtiU VfcJl.l common council reserves therlarhtto relent
eiur lue service oi toe nuoiic. una nil oiai.
Ed Jas. S. McKay, props. Call Dated this ISth day of March, 190.1.
Irclal Livery Stable or tele-1 By Order of the Common Council
l and the hack will call for P. H. Fee, Street Superintendent.
KB, ERWIN BAKER. PROP.
Kin 701. Office and waiting
reet, next to Savings Bank
tAUGHAN, GRADUATE OF
Fiasco veterinary College :
to day or night Office at
, 1JUUMC 1 CU Ull,
p SHOE REPAIRING.
ILD, THE OLD RELIABLE
irsi-ciass repairing with
nuop in rear or Dlndlnger,
LAND LAND BUSINESS
REPRESENTS THE OLD-
reliable fire nnd mvMon
nles. Office with Haftman
JR.. II. H. r.ANn nri.
fclalty made of land flllng
raoce and collections. Of
ding, room 1U.
OFFICE 120 COURT KT,
PM. such at flllng of claims
fPtts a specialty.
uarveat views. In.
sale. KlnUhlng done for
i Bt., near bridge. 'Phone
KYUBNT OFFICE. MR
you need help or seek .
urn. -j-aoae, saain 1B11,
Holds no customer re
sponsible for more than
the margin he places on a
A margin of one cent a
bushel is required on
grain, and $2 a share on
stocks. An eighth cent
a bushel commission is
charged on grain and
of one per cent on stocks.
B. E. KENNEDY
Manager Pendleton Office
120 COURT STREET
Farmers Custom Mill
Fred Walters, Proprietor
Capacity 160 barrels a day
Flour exchanged for wheat
Flour, Mill Feed, Chopped Feed, etc
always ok hand.
By the Fire Insurance Com'
panies we represent. Our
companies stand first in the
Hartford Fire Insurance Co.fl2,269,076
Alliance Assurance Co 29,039,003
London & Lancashire Fire
Insurance Co 2,514.683
North British & Mercantile
Royal Insurance Co 22,897,163
FRANK B. CLOPTON
800 MAIN STREET
Review of the Situation and Opinion
of Washington Paper on Oregon
Law Claimants Will Try to Recov
er Back Pay.
There are probably a half dozen
veterans of the Indian war of 1855-56
In Walla "Walla county who will bene
fit by tho act passed by tho Oregon
legislature to compensate them for
services, says the Walla Walla Union.
In all there are probably S00 who
come within tho provisions of the t
Attorney W, F. Crowe lias received t
a copy of the act from Adjutant-Gen
eral C. U. Gantenbein of Oregon, to
gether with a blank claim and in
structions to claimants.
The act appropriates ? 100,000 from
tho general fund of tho state of Ore
gon, nnd provides that each non-commissioned
officer nnd private who
served Oregon Territory In tho In
dian wars of 1855-5C shall bo entitled
tc receive for such servicos tho sum
of $2 per day for himself, and all
commissioned officers shnll receive
such sum as was paid to officers of the
same rank of the army of tho United
States at that time; provided, that
any amount paid on account thereof
by the United States shall bo deduct
ed. In regard to the construction, "Shall
be entitled to receive for such serv
ices the sum of $2 per day for him
self," the attorney-general of Oregon
has held that neither the widow nor
the heirs of a deceased volunteer is
entitled to compensation for services
rendered by him, so that only surviv
ing volunteers are entitled to the
compensation provided for the In tho
act. Attorney Crowe, however, is of
the opinion that under the spirit of
the act the widows and heirs of de
ceased volunteers are entitled to re
The net further provides that the
claim for such services, verified by
the claimant, shall be presented to
the adjutant general, who shall ex
amine and pass upon the same, and
may require additional and corrobora
tive evidence. The secretary of state
will then issue warrants for the
amount found to be due claimants.
So far as It relates to volunteers
the act is to be so constructed as to
apply to all who were in the service
of the territory of Oregon during the
Indian wars of 1855-5C, and Is extend
ed to the Ninth regiment of the Ore
gon militia while it was In actual
service during the war.
The territory of Oregon, by act of
the legislature pased on January 24
185G, promised to pay the veterans
serving in the Indian wars the same
compensation as provided for in the
recent enactment. However, neither
the territory nor the state of Oregon
has paid the volunteers for their serv
Ices. Many of them have died with
out being compensated for their
losses in the war.
VAN DRAN BROS., PropB.
The Best Hotel In Pendletoa
and as good as any.
The climax in perfection is
reached in Monopolc.
When you want the Best,
come to us and get
ot groceries is
We sell cheap
Miller Grocery Co.
636 Main Street
Phone Main 51 1
IS THE BEST
We have decided to give away a
First-class Sewing Machine
When you are in Echo call at
our store and see the machine and
learn the plan we are using to
give it away.
We keep on hand at all times a
arge stock of
Good Lumber, Hard-
wate, ir amt, roosts
Mrs. Stubbiefield Accepts the $6000
Left Her By Will.
Yesterday evening the executors of
the will of the late Joseph I... Stubble
field, who are also trustees under the
will of the home for orphans and in
digent widows to be established in
Walla Walla, made settlement with
Casaan Stubbiefield, widow of the de
ceased whereby legal proceedings in
stituted by her for the setting aside
of the will were stopped, says the
walla walla Union. Under the pro
visions of the will Mrs., Stubbiefield
was to receive ?C0OO, and this, so far
as was given out, Is what she will re
celve in the final settlement.
The trustees, R. M. Dorothy, E. A,
Reser and C. M. Rader. had been
working on the basis of settlement
agreed to for three days, and it was on
the advice of Barton A. McGuIre, of
laano, urotner of Mrs. Stubbiefield,
and George McGuIre, ex-county audit
or of this county, her nephew, that
sue withdrew opposition to the carry
ing out of tho provisions of the will.
C. M. Rader, one of the trustees,
said last night that Mrs. Stubbiefield
is the only heir at law, and the only
person who has the right to question
tlie validity of tho terms of the will.
If this be so there is now no obstacle
in the way of the establishment of
the home for orphans in Walla Wallu.
The trustees say the legatees will
be paid off as rapidly as possible, and
that after all expenses connected with
tho disposition of their trust have
been paid, including $10,000 inheri
tance tax, there will remain an en
dowment for the home of about $120,-000.
them at reasonable
Echo Land and
Standard remedy lor Gleet,
Gonorrhiea and Running'
IN 48 HOURS. Cures Kid
ney and Bladder Trouble.
EX-PRESIDENT OF WHITMAN.
A. J, Anderson, Formerly of Walla
Walla Walla, Maivh 18. Aloxander
Jay Anderson, formerly president of j
Whitman College, and father of Pro-1
fessor L. P. Anderson, of this city,
aieu in hi. j'eier's Hospital at Oiym
pia, Tuesday morning. News of his
demise was conveyed to this city
about noon. The remains will bo
shipped to this city today. Tho fune
ral will take place tomorrow after
noon at 2 o'clock from the residence
of Professor L. V. Anderson In Hoyer
Services will be conducted by Rev.
Austin Rice, pastor of tho First Con
gregational church, and President
Penrose, of Whitman, and will bo at
tended by Whitman students in a
Professor Anderson left for Olym
pia last week, to bo at tho bedsido of
Made of best material by best work
men. If you need harness, investi
gate. Call aud 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.
ARE YOU READY TO BUY
THEN LOOK AT THIS LIST
Four and a half lota with two large
pretty cottages, all well improved.
Now rented for f 30 a month, 14600.
A lodging house, 14 rooms and lot,
very centrally located, $2500.
A lot about three blocks from Main
A house, 8 rooms aud lot, live blocks
off Main street, $1100.
Other bouses and lots from $500 to
Single lots from $126 to f800 accord
ing to location.
Four lota together $600.
Six lota together. $850.
Fourteen lots together, whole block,
Will sell for oath or on easy terms.
Will explain and show nronertv up
ou application. Pendleton is growing
rapidly and investments now will, in
my opinion, prove profitable. To the
average man In the West, the surest
wy uj prom is in real esuue invest
0. D. BOYD, III Court Street
Hoadquarters for Traveling Mo.
Commodious Samplo Rooms.
Rates $2 & $250
Special rales by week or mouth
Prompt Dlnlngroom service.
Every Modern Convenieno
Bar uud billiard room in connoctioa
Only Three Blocks from Depot
GOLDEN RULE HOTEL
Comer Court ami Johnson Streets,
M. F. Kelly, Proprietor.
HEATED BY STEAM
LIGHTED BY ELECTRICITY
Ainurlcaii l'liin, rnlowSl 'Jfl toU.OO
Kuroppun l'lnn. SOo, 7 60, 91. OO.
8jMolul nitoH by wook or mouth.
Free 'bus meets all trains!
Commercial trade solicited
Fine sample rooms
Special Attention Given Country Tritte
i CORNER MAIN AND WEBB W8.
Mr. Cleveland Now Aged 66.
Princeton, N. J., March 18, For
mer President Cleveland spout this,
his CCth birthday quietly at Ills home.
on Baynard Lane, with his wife and
children. To the several callers who
were informally received during the
day ho appeared to be in a happy
frame of mind and talked freely on
all subjects except politics. Regard
ing the last-named subject he con-
Just received another
car load of Poultry and
stock supplies at theJ
127 and 129 East Alta Street
the most dreaded and deadly of all
diseases, as well as pneumonia, and
ail Lung Troubles are relieved at
once and cured by Acker's English
Remedy "the king of all Cough Cures
Cures coughs and colds in a day. 26
cents, Vour money back If dissatis
fied. Write for free samplo. W. H.
Hooker & Co., Buffalo, N, Y. F. W.
ucnmidt & Co.
GEO. DARVEAU, Prop.
Block and a half from depot.
Sample room In connection.
SOo, 75o, $1.0f
American I'lan. It tr dv and uuiritd.
llcdquiitcr for tourinU and commercial trav
eler!. Knedal ratca made to famlUea and alnvU
jccntlemru. The management will be pleased
at all tlmea to ahovr rooma and give prfcea. A
luoucrn iurin uaincsiauiuuincniiu 111c Hotel,
11, v.. iiuivkku, Aianagrr
I have purchased the
lioyal Restaurant, on
Main sirett.j doors north
of W. & C. R. depot,
whero I will serve the
Best 25 Cent Meal
In the city. I will ap
predate your patronage
and ask you to call and
MEAL TICKETS, $3,60
R. F. THORP.
MANHOOD RESTORED "CUFIDENE"
Tbla utml Vegetable Vltallier, tho pretcrlirtlon of a famous Preocb pbralclan. will
quick! cuiuyou of ullncrrouiordU&ucacf tliugeneruUTeoricaiu.eucli ua)it Maa,
howl, luaoinuln. l'ulna lu the JlucU, Meiulual J2roUaloiu, JVervoua Jleblllty,
-iniue, i;nuioH lu marry, j.jtuuuaimir .irruiiia, uriooveie, uuu t)ui
putlou. Itatops all lottos lirdujr or night. 1'icuiaturltr. whlcli If uol cbecitou huuia
in Hiwrmalorrhoja and all tho horrors of TuiotcriCjr, CVl'IUKSK cleanses tho. Ilrar,
thukldueja. CJUaMJUKAiUatruugthitn and rmtoren. Ttie reavm auttoror oiy not cured bydooton
la because nluuljr per oenUaro troubled with lroa(itUla. C'Ul'IUUMU la tho oidr knuna rwuedr
to aura without itn operation, tjtoi teattiuoululg. A written guurantoo given and iuoiw ntturnw ir Hf
boxes do not elfeot u. permanent cure. M I ,m u boxi l for tbXUVr mall. 8aud for ft- ueuir.tuM
i.iiiuoulala.AUdrota DAYOK, MHSiCI&T: CXi.,aUu Vuuelco. Cut. r
SOLD BY TALLMAN CO DRU GGI8T8, PENDLETON, OA MAN.