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ttfsifless Car is and Societies
-UB AND TRADES, Burnnnsiiwfii.1.1 AnriANQED.
cowl 05lVnuV 12 . m.; 1
MILLER. ViBeye troubla, catar
. .ml correct? '?,.. heating.
conaitlona . 'fo'r retractive er-1 Oood tabic set.
i correcti Beo j i31, " J rcndleton feed
T.IephoaemJ - Nerr, Prop.
ill'" uatinirs niiK,
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BOARD AND LODGING.
EMPIRE! LODGING HOUSE. COKNEK OF
13. Court anfl Jolinson utreeta. Good
large, clean rooms with comfortable beds
Ilntes 25c and 00c a night. Tbos. Smart
IIOTKb AL.TA. L'OHNEU ALTA AND
Aim Bireeia. uoara oy me aay or Waek
Kates ?4 and J5 per week.
yara in connection. L.
OABWC-SeS: OITIce In Judd
"""ir'.loTofflce. black. 73; res-
I;. .V 51.
T7T...flir.. OU.M 1
mnln im : real-
P"H. ' Murk. 101. .
I V' S.e Su & ' eye" ear, nose
Ll lurjeon. W'" , s itanw bnlld-
t!fi-. "X 81
-I'BOae, . '
J - .....J no-rnnPATIIIC
:ErESpf,ni( ; and nervous diseases
.1M. Cbwnlc ana n
- TnrTn Physician and suit
K, ! nisMlii Jlloclc. Tclcp ho n
"..; diseases sua uibcui
eti umie ii""
let, rel, 273-
rrTvATLLKN noo.sn, nsTnoPATH,
LLN A A .,rPpt. Tcleplione,
knee sis '"""i"
-n.trr7. iiuvui'iiK and suit
l 0..K'i'"l: , .:,:,tlnn HulldlUK.
THE STRAIION ROOMING HOUSE, CIS
jiuiu ttiit-fi., .-.no. ii. rj. v-ooper, itop
Everything strictly first-class. Kates 25c
COc and ft per day.
WHEN YOU GO TO PILOT ROCK STOP AT
the City Hotel. Good meals and first class
rooms, special attention given to commercial
travelers Mrs. c. II. Iilctel, Pilot Hock, Oro.
THE WniTE LODGING HOUSeTsOI
South Main street. Mrs. Mary Williams
Prop. Housekeeping rooms and lodging
room?, (lond comfortable rooms and clean,
well-kept beds. Lodging 25 cents.
"nice founishedooms'for renton
Enl Alta street, second door from Wheeler's
FORNlSHRn ANlT H0U8EKKEPINQ ROOMS
at No. 777 Thompson street.
PENDLETON LODGE, NO. B2, A. F. AND
A. M., meets flrBt and third Mondays of
each month. Visiting brethren welcome.
T. J, Tweedy, W. M. ; Joe II. Parkcs, Sec.
DAMON LODGE, NO. 4, MEETS EVEItr
Monday evening In Secret Society hall,
LnDow block, at Pendleton Ore. R. W.
Fletcher, K. It. 8.; W. J. Keyes, C. C.
Wm hulldlng. 'Phone, leu,
ITTSTpIOTIST. OFFICE IN AS
ma block, over Schmidt's new drug
Plione, ieu -n
PENDLETON CinCLE NO B27, WOMEN
of Woodcraft, meets every Friday even
ing at Hendrlx ball. All visiting neighbors
are cordially Invited to attend. Minnie
Stlllmnn, Guardian Neighbor; Era Flet
DIt. V. W. GAR
optician. The only
parlor In the city.
Ulv tlnnrn nr.ttth r.f
10. Main Hreet, Pendleton, Ore., No fee
r;ed lor examiunuqu mm cuunuiuiLiuu.
Id.C JUSJBB. VETliltlNAKY Sl'ItfiKON.
Iiituucllle University of I'cnnsylvanlH.
lititiui'ittepoKBneiuypsrs. tinice hi
Initi mv drnir alore. Phone lied 141
Ku ill diseases ol domesticated utilmals.
W. V'AUQIIAN. GRADUATE OF
It En Frsnclsco Veterinary Coliegp i
kllieddtd to day or night. Office at
It 'titles; 'phone red Cll.
BANKS AND BROKERS.
LIVERY AND FEED STABLES.
street, between Alta and Webb streets,
H. Stewart Prop. Host care taken of
horses. Good stables and plenty of feed.
THE CITY LIVERY HOARD AND SALE
Stable, M. J. Carney, proprietor, for
flnt turnouts. Stable 118 Alta street.
FEED AND SALES STAI1LE, LINDSI1Y
& Doty props. : Old Seraple Stable, 723
Cottonwood street; careful attention given
to liorsen left with us.
COMMERCIAL STABLES, O. M. FROOME
Prop. Llvory, feed and boarding. All
kinds of turnouts. Competent drivers. Op
posite Hotel Pendleton. 'Phone, main 101,
OREGON FEED YARD, V, T. 110YNTON,
prop. Special care given to horses left
with me. Lower Webb Btieet. 'Phone,
THE TELEPHONE LIVERY, PEED AND SALE
Btahle. f;nnr ntrip.t. nnrwvltp flnnrt ftnn.i,
boarding horses a specialty; good turnouts
rlKS delivered; Phone Main 361.
The climax in perfection is
reached in Monopole.
When you want the Best,
come to us and get
of groceries is
We sell cheap
Miller Grocery Co.
636 Main Street
Phone Main 51 1
LET US FILL
We can supply you with
Building Material of all
descriptions and sa v e
B 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
tr ..NATIONAL DANK OF ATHENA
Capital, 150.000: surplus and
, 19.000. Interest on time denosits.
1 la foreign and domestic exchnnce.
kdoas promptly attended to. Henry
liiu, president ; T. J. Kirk, vlce-presl-1.
1 B. lUrow. cashier: I. A!. Knmn.
I FARMERS' HANK OF WESTON,
Mtoa,' Orezon. Does a aeneral banking
Its. Kxcbanjte bought and sold. Cof
In promptly attended to. R. Jameson.
Rtot; ueorge w. rroebstel; vlcc-preai-
4. 11. luixore. cnsoier : aii'pftora. i.
irtoaa, M. M Johns. T. J. Price, G.
., j. r. uuzorc, itonert Jameson.
I'RXni.RTnV MiVrVflo invr
- ' . wtk , UAlU,
Car teal. l.".nnnn gnmin, cinnnnn.
PiHuni on an lime deposits, fcix
f! boajlt and sold on all principal
n. 1, Furnish, president; J, N.
I V;';'''"'"' i l J. Morris, cashier:
'mutj, issisiant cashier.
IT nN'A,T'PN!.AL RANK OF PENDLE-
t,-, ,iuu: surplus, ju.i.ooo;
E. 7.1 oanmnK nusiness. Kx-
,7 uuiinierB Bom OD
VtO. tan rni., n x. v j
.W ln tlle Northwest. Drafta
wU mma, jpn ana i;,lrope- Makes
I'SlJ? .'ell.a!!h '"H'- Levi An-
I" cutler. "' ' -""'nson.
WHITECTS AND BUILDERS,
lAlflff. rnnn.n.. '
I Mali nf . ;.'!wl AMI BUILDER.
.i;.?i.t"0'k """ed on. Joh work.
"lAuiceu. rnone Ked OKI.
GEORGE O'DANIEL, NEW AND SECOND
hand goods bought and sold. Court St.,
upera uouse diock. can ana see mm.
V.. STItODLE, DEALER IN SECOND-
baud goods. If tbere Is anything you
need In new and second-hand furniture,
stoves, granite ware and crockery, call and
get his prices. No. 212 Court street.
NEW AND SECONDHAND GOODS
bought anfl sold ; pawn brokers ; money
advanced on all kinds of articles. Waters
& Sherry, props., 782 Cottonwood street.
MAPLE BROS., COUIIT STREET. OEN
eral Electilclans, dealers In electrical
supplies. Houses, stores, wired for electric
lights, bells or telephones. Electrical fix
tures of all kinds. Get our prices. Repair
work a specialty.
COPELAND & SON, GENERAL BLACK
smlthlnc and renalrlne: horseshoeing a
specialty; work promptly attended to; call
and see us : shop 814 West Webb street,
just tnree piocks dciow 31am aireei.
One of the finest residences In
Pendleton 11 rooms all modern im
provements; pretty lawn; complete
$6,500. $2,500 down, balance on time.
Another residence 7 rooms, with
bath, Beweragc, electric lights; pretty
lawn, shade trees, within three blocks
of Main street, $2,500.
Other houses and lots from $000 to
Nice residence lots, $150, 50 and
THE GREAT FAIR AT OSAKA
IS NOW OPEN.
Easy Terms, Where Desired.
G. D. BOYD, III Court Street
HILLY KRASSIG. UAItBEIt SHOP AND
bath rooms. Main street, three doors
north of Hotel St. George. First-class
Itrm'ii.r. T "T ---
I la tend ?. ARCHITECT AND SU
ai for h ,iM?kes ,comP'ite and rella.
f ffiL;0;NBAH"s and
W J(iK wihju uu BUOrt
. -11 iv n riailnl Ik
'O.'.L.TRACTOIt AN't) Hilii.rT.
T.S.'wnW.ed on all kinds
n" Btoue wall., .rc
uist Oregonlan olc.
I'teaJeit ,h;V,'lllJ2l:CT AND SU-
fn,ni.rr?tv a spec altr. H..
li , riudi.'; "ri 'rntel.
L21S A"D CARRMSii:
na the hack w II pall for
'I It "
Altt -.TTTTi '' OfllM. .nd'J.IH
pi. s next to Savlna n.nS
Mr. Pii.V.i1' UMJ RGLIAlli.F.
NEW TONSORIAL PARLORS. COURT 8T.
Three doors west or Golden Rule notei.
J II. Pace, prop. First-class workmen;
everything clean ; all modern Improvements
I'ATTON'S SAN1TAHY BARBER SHOP,
Despaln block: Court street; best work'
manshlp ; all the modern Improvements ;
all tools sterilized; bath rooms In connection.
STAR EMPLOYMENT OFFICE. 88
MalD St.: If you need help or seek em
ployment call on na. 'Phone, main 1011.
WANTEDWORK AT WASHING, IRONING
or house cleaning. Inquire at 701 Alta St.
Just received another
vpar2load'bf Poultry and
stock supplies at the
127 and 129 East Alta Street
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. Irrigaticn in this
country means wealth
Orlsdiml nnd Onlr (Jrimlne.
tHICIIEMXUW KMIIU.HII ,U
bin. rlllK Te ho ullicr. '
tUntloa. i Iwltatlaua. "
,tlcuSr. 'wllMliUU .uJ llUUS
4t.iviir,jlll ,, I A.
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 eiglith cent
a bushel commission is
charged on grain and
of one per cent on stocks.
B. E. KENNEDY
Manager Pendleton Office
120 COURT STBEET
Is the cause of more discomfort than
any other ailment. If you eat the
things that you want and that are
good for you, you are distressed. Ack
er's Dyspepsia Tablets will make
your digestion perfect and prevent
Dyspepsia and its attendant disagree
able symptoms. You can safely eat
anything, at any tlmo, if you take one
of theso tablets afterward. Sold by
all druggists undor a positive guar
antee. 25 cts. Money refunded If
you are not satisfied. Send to us for
a free .sample. W, H. Hooker & Co.,
Buffalo, N. Y.
Colonel H. E. Dosch, Special Commis
sioner, Writes Entertaining Account
The opening of the Osaka exposi
tion Is the subject of a letter from
Colonel H. E. Dosch, special commis
sioner from the Lewis and Clark ex
position, says the Morning Oregonl
an. Colonel Dosch writes under date
of March 2 In n highly entertaining
manner. The opening was on March
1. He describes it as follows:
"Agreeable with the original plan,
tho Fifth National Industrial Imposi
tion was opened ln this city yester
day (Sunday) under the most favora
ble conditions. Early In the morning
tho city was enveloped In a dense fog,
which, however, drifted seaward be
fore tho vast crowds took up their
march exposltlonward, and the sun
shed his grateful rays over nil.
Crowded With People.
"Long before the time set for tho
ceremonies all the streets and aven
ues leading to tho exposition were
crowded with people, and It was with
great dlflleulty that our kuru-ma-ya
could push their way through.
"All the officials, commissioners,
city, county and state dignitaries
gradually assembled ln tho large cor
emonlal hall, and promptly at 10
o'clock Viince Knnin stopped upon
tho platfoim and delivered what Is
said to bo an excellent address, which
was listened to In profound silence,
the audience standing. At the close,
the prince simply bowed, nnd Instead
of deafening applause such as would
have followed our American orator,
all present bowed low down nnd re
mained in that attitude until the
prince had retired, which Is the high
est compliment that can be paid to
any one. We were then handed souv
enir boxes containing choice Japan
ese candles, handkerchiefs and plans
of the exposition and invited to in
spect the many buildings, which was
douo in a body, I soon drifted away,
as I was more interested In the vast
crowd outside, and worked my way to
the grand entrance gate. This gate
laces over a large square of possibly
10 acres, from which radiate the
stieets toward the city. This was con
gested with an immense mass of peo
ple for a mile or more: standing as
I did upon a little elevation, I beheld
a sea of expectant faces with their
ears primed to the midday gun, the
signal for the turnstiles to commence
their unceasing click. The moment
the gun was fired I could behold a
wave of delight pass over the coun
tenances of these hundreds of thous
ands of visitors. The sight was awe
Inspiring. Everyone Orderly.
"I expected a grand rush, and fear
ed tho frail gates and fences would be
crushed in, as there were only a few
policemen on duty; but I was agreea
bly disappointed. Everybody wbb or
derly; no crowding, no pushing, no
Jostling and hollering to get in first;
nothing of the kind; everyone passed
through quietly, smiling and bowing
as they handed their admission tick
ets to the gatekeepers to punch out
for them to drop Into a box as they
passed out later In the day. I stood
for three hours watching and admir
ing the gentle patience of these peo
ple, and stl'l they were coming.
"When the tickets were counted
It was found that over 310,000 persons
had paid tho small admission fee of
five sen (2 cents). This may seem
a sman sum to us, out wnen you
consider that the mapority of Japan
ese earn only 1C to 20 sen (7t4 to 10
cents) a day, It Is quite a tax oven
then, and the administration no doubt
had this In mind when they placed the
aunussion at that figure. Another
reason Is to give them a chance, not to
visit tho exposition once, but often
for the boIo purpose of education and
study of the advancement In art, acl
once and manufactures.
No Sunday In Japan,
'The reason for such a largo at
tendance was not because It was Sun
day, but because It was the first day
of the month. Hut penult me (o ex
plain what Is not generally known.
There is no Sunday In Japan, In tho
term we understand It. Factories,
stores, snops and everything go on
right along the same as any other day.
But there Is a first and HHh nf each
rnomu ueing paydays on which no
factory hand works, Thoy claim theso
as special holidays; for tho other
days of the month they are practical
ly prisoners, working almost all day
and night. No doubt these two days
eacli month will be grand gala days
of the exposition.
"The only building which was com
pletely ready Is the vast and largest
of all, containing tho Japanese ex
hibits, in which can bo seen every
conceivable attlcle of manufacture ar
tistically arranged a place well
worth a week's visit,
"In the foreign sample exhibit build
ing, in which we are located, Oregon's
exhibit was tho only one ready for In
spection, and I was pleased when the
high officials called niiuu me and
through their director-general. Count
Ota, expressed their gratification and
thanks for being ready on opening
day, will be fully a month before
all the fprelgu exhibits are complete
ly arranged, and right hero I wish to
say that It is an Imposition and an
Injustice to those exhibitors who are
ready to have tho dirt and turmoil
of installing exhibits going on about
them, and also an injustice to the vis
itors who have paid their fee, evor
so small, to seo the exhibits.
'Mr, Fried Is still here, studying
All kinds for all purposes.
Sash, Doors and Blinds
Planing of all descriptions done
Don't place your order for
Building Material until you have
Pendleton Planing Mill and
ROBERT FORSTER, Proprietor
GOLDEN RULE HOTEL
Corner Court and Johnson Streets,
M. F. Kelly, Proprietor.
GOOD SOUND WOOD
Is always received when you
place your order wth us.
Fir. Tamarack and
Why buy poor coal when you
can get the best for the same
Telephone Main 51
BEST FOR THE
It Tim lntNi't A rcstulnr, Iipaltliy Movtiutnt of lb
toon vis vjvry day. yUieJIl or will be. Kivp youi
bowels oik 11. ami lm will, kvw,ln I he plmpuuf vlo
lent rlistfdiir I111 ilon,t tlf.nprcroun. Tim mooth
8t,t-aalett inoit i-orftxt v. ay ut krtJii(r the bowclt
jIai and vie mi li lt taUo
EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY
Pl.M.nt. r-Ltall.. l-ot.iit. Tt flood, ,to Good
Ke.rr Hlckm, IYmLmi. r UrlH., 10, . nii M cents
prr box. Write for free sample, ami liooklet OB
Health. Adiliei U
I TEU1.I&U ItHSDV fOll-lSY, t IIK'ir.O .r KI TORS).
KEEP YOUR BLOOD GLEAN
Fine Yellow Newtown Apples,
only 90 cents a box.
Fresh Ranoh Eggs, 15 cents a
We bave the Famous and al
A trial will convince yon of its
HEATED UY STEAAt
LIGHTED HY ELECTRICITY
Aim-rk'im lMmu niton 51 3ft to 92,00
Kitmirnu l'liin. ftOti, Tfto. SI. OO.
lo-lul i-ntoH by wwk or mouth.
Free 'bus meets all tralnsl
Commercial trade solicited
Fine sample room
Special Attention Given Country Tratle
CORNER MAIN AND WEBB STS.
GEO. DARVEAU, Prop.
Block and a half from depot.' I
Sample room In connection. '
50c, 75o, $1,04
American Dan, fj per day aud uuwarel.
Headquarter! for tourist, and commercial tra.
tiers. Special ratca made to ratulllea aud.lafl
gentlemen. The management will bt plaaatd
at all times to show rooms and give price.. A
modern Turkish batheatablUbmentln the boUI.
It. C. BOWKK8. Maaatrr
D. KEHLER SON
The Big Store in a Small
Alta Street, Opposite Savings Bank
480 acres grain and stock
ranch in Klickitat County,
Wash,, 150 acres in wheat.
Whole thing fenced two and
three wires. Two good
houses and two sets farm
buildings, living water arm
wells. Sinical mountain free
range fqr stock, $8 per acre.
We have, the finest stock
ranch la the weit for sal, Con
trols all the water and range
for twenty mllei; twenty nvlca
of fencing; 80 acre irrigated
and in alfalfa. Fair bulldlnrs.
orchard and vineyard, $29,000
takrs it for two weeka.
Section Horse Heaven Land
$7,014. per acre.
Irrigated Tracts at all Prices, t
Nessly-Scott Investment Co,
I have purchased the
Royal Restaurant, on
Main street, - doors north
of W. & C. R. depot, (
where 1 will serve the
Best 25 Cent Meal
In the city. I will ap
preciate your patronage
and ask you to call and
MEAL TICKETS, $3.50
R. F. THORP.
Made in California
where materials are
produced. The lowest,
priced roofing made.
Lasts longer than all
others. It is weather
arid water-proof and
itti far ..klcl. i
The Paraffine Paint Co.
San Francisco, SuUU,
Portland, Lot Anjtlts
aad Dtnvcr, Colorado,
Farmers Custom Mill
Fred Walters, Proprietor '1
Capacity 160 barrels a da
Fluiir exchanged for wheat
Flour, Mill Feed, Chopped Feed, eto
si way h oB hand.
Babbit Metal, bt In the world, In
bars. Price, 91 per. bar, at the Eaat
"You hato him, then?" "Hato him?
Why, say; do you know what I wish?"
wo, wiiatv "won, i wish i naa tno
making of bis conscience With wh-t
know of lila past, I could make a
conscience that would drivo to otii
clde." Chicago Evening Post. ,
impotenoy.voat r-owrr, -k--
n aoK. sa VII uoairaia, minai w!v-i -
aaaon, unutneva cv
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SOLD BY TALLMAN 60, BBUMl
ia loibatl wor -a i rar
mil 1 1 i 1 1 ii TP 1 ilili Ml
ha want CMted la old and youoff
tfart suokiov mju
oaaoa , parmuior
missions, Lama i