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Cit&s and Societies
t BTsav Han DUiio-
Ki Irilenct mone
INSURANCE AND LAND BUSINESS
n. s. nnysoN, attorney at law;
Collections aid Iraurance. OH1cp In E.
j, M. BENTLEY REPRESENTS THE OLDEST
and most roliablo lire and accident Insurance
companies. Office with Hattman Abstract Co.
JOHN IIAIIiEY, JR.. U. S. LAND COM
rolMloner Specialty made ot land Ming
nd proof; Insurance and collections. Of
fice In Jndd building, room 16.
JOE H. PARKE8, OFFICE 120 COURT KT.
lend office business, such at filing of claim
end Initiating contest a apeclalty.
BOARD AND LODGING.
HOTEL ALTA, CORNER ALTA AND
Mill streets. Hoard by the day or
week. Oood table set. Rates $3.50 and
$4.50 per week. Tcndleton Feed Yard In
connection. W. W. Edmlsten, I'rop.
THE STRAHON ROOMING HOUSE, 018
Main street. Mrs. II. E. Cooper, Trop.
nverythltift strictly Urst-class. Rates 25c,
50c and (1 per day.
WHEN YOU 00 TO PILOT ROCK STOP
lit the City Hotel. Good meals and
first-class rooms. Special attention Riven
to commercial travelers. Mrs. C. II. Ble
tel. Pilot Rock, Ore.
THE WHITE BOARDING AND LODGING
House, .101 HotitU Main street. Mrs.
Helen Wiilttemore, Prop. Housekeeping
looms and lodging rooms. Oood comforta
ble rooms and clean, well-kept beds.
Lodging 25 cents.
OPTICIANS. I patrons
son, Ktadoate opu-
c an. iae ,
UM we. -
MdtB IM tearaiiaiiou-
MItS. H. L. HUNTINGTON HAS PURCHASED
the Iidflnc House at f Garden Street.
whom she will be glad to ee her friends and
HILLY KRA8SIG. I1ARBER SHOP AND
llatli rooms. Main street, three doors
north of Hotel St. George. First-class
tattwstiw, omcB in
KliCTisTToKr-icr: in AS-
W ... . UiHf'i nnw ilruir
bat, red 2".
NEW TONSORIAL PARLORS, COURT ST.
Three doors west of Golden Rule Hotel.
J. II. Pace, prop. First-class workmen ;
everything clean; nil modern Improve
ments. PATTON'S SANITARY HARltnil SHOP,
Despaln block. Court street; best work
manship; all the modern improvements;
all tools sterilized ; bath rooms In connection.
tucNABB, VETKIlINAItY SUR-
I Giuum or we
Bull. UIJ ftiwiuB""" A',
Tk Office it Tallman & Co s.
I1'. .-I ill fronts nl
f domesticated animals.
INKS AND BROKERS.
ISlTNML BA.Ni: OP ATHENA.
a CaplttI, jsu.uw; surplus una
km. Interest on time deposits.
IWi and domestic exchange.
Pprompuj aiieuuwi iu. xieurj
mcIImm T J Klrlr rtc.nr.
fl LeGrotr, cubler , I. 51. Kemp,
UIEES- BANK 01' WESTON.
ktason. boes a ireneral bank-
. ucnuge oousut and boiu.
omit attended to. It. .lam-
tat: (leom W. I'rocbstcl.
tu; I. U. KIlKore. cashier : di
ll A. Uutman, M. M. Johns, T.
IS.D. Unw, 1, K. Kllcore, Itob-
1 0. ff I'roebstel.
BtOTO.V SAVINOS HANK,
LUreon. Onrflnlxpil MnrrMi 1.
ijtul $100,000; surplus. $100,-
RstlUoved on fill time rlpnantlR.
Mtlld toll! on nil nrlnehml
attention Riven to col-
I roraisn. president ; .1. N,
i i. norns, cosmer;
T. assistant cashier.
lUTtflVlt.' mvL- nn m,-i,r ...
feaal, (70.WXI; surplus. ?!,-,,l)0(l ;
-.cioi unuaiiiK ousmcss. kx-
LI LWranhlA ,.
an Fnnr im vKu
Njjtatt Id the .Northwtat. Drafts
ru,wipan and llurope. Makes
llii.i I, ""'"s-s. vice-pres-hSr,c,,ll,er5
JX,U CAVfll I . vnr
Iiiti.5. ;."aL.nMl AK iiu r,-
Iui ' vrk guaranteed.
ltaft.A5111TK9'r AND S1J.
Kintt ,co?')let and rell-
BShiS ,co?')let and rell
1 1 iViv
rMn KaJt street near Main.
Kr" Iff ilVTAIi
""'W, all kinds
M. stone walla. ,,!
t- uregonlan oltlce.
&"! AUtlllTPi",. v
cm' wan, .n ",y. :r
LIVERY AND FEED STABLES.
THE DEPOT STABLES, COTTONWOOD
street, between Altn and Webb streets.
II. Stewnrt, Prop. Best care taken of
horses. Good stables und plenty of feed.
lilt: CITY LIVERY BOARD AND SALE
Stable. M. J. Carncv. Proprietor, for
flue turnouts Stock boarued at reaionsble
rates, Stable lis Alta Street.
COMMERCIAL STABLES, G, M. FROOME
Prop. Livery, feed und boarding. All
kinds of turnouts. Competent drivers.
Opposite Hotel Pendleton, 'Phone, main
THE TELEPHONE LIVERY, FEED AND
Sule Stuble. Court street, uunosltc Court
House; boarding horses a specialty; good
turnouts ; rigs delivered. 'Phone, main US1.
DAMON LODGE. NO. 4, MEETS EVERY
Monday evening lu Secret Society hall,
LuDow block, nt Pendleton, Ore. It. W.
! letcner, K. it. H. ; w. J . ueyes, c (J.
PENDLETON CIRCLE, NO. 527, WOMEN
of Woodcraft, meets every Friday even
ing at Hendricks hall. All visiting neigh
bors urn rordlully Invited to attend. Min
nie Stillman, Guardian Neighbor; Eva
STAR EMPLOYMENT OFFICE. 838
Main St.: It you need heln or seek em
ployment call on us. 'Phone, main 1011.
Made of Mt. h
oughly saturated with
impaired by varying
not evaporate, crack,
expand or contract.
A low priced roofi
not be equaled, uu i.r bMklcp
The Paraffine Paint Co.
S San Francisco, Stattl,
K3 Portland. Us Antlcs
nu raw, loioraao.
THE CHURCHES J
GOOD SOUND WOOD
Is always received when you
place your order with us.
Fir. Tamarack and
Why buy poor coal when you
can get the best for the same
Telephone Main 5 J
We Don't Keep Everything
But we do Kei u good big
stock of nice dry Flooring,
Celling, RuBtic and Finish.
In all grades. Also all kinds
of Dimension Lumber, In
cluding Lath and Shingles.
Our stock of Doors, Win
dows, Moulding, Building
and Tar Paper and Apple
Boxes is complete, and any
one in need of Lumber will
not be wrong in placing
their order with the : : :
Gray's Harbor Com. Co.
Opp. Wi & C. R. Depot
Falrvlew Rev. Levi Johnson will
preach at Falrvlew tomorrow at 3:30
At the Temple Rev. Levi John
son will preach at the Temple tomor
row at 11 a, m.
Men's Resort Rev. 1). F. Harper
will lecture at the Men's Resort at
o'clock tomorrow afternoon.
Methodist Episcopal Church Sun
day school, 10 a. m., A. J. Owen, su
perintendent; sermon, 11 a. m.; class
meeting, 12:15 p. m.. Uov. O. V. Rig
by, leader; children's meeting at 3 p.
m.; Bpworth League. 7 p. m. Evening
sermon, 8 p. m. Midweek services.
Tuesday and Thursday evenings. Rob
ert Warner, pastor.
First Presbyterian Church 10 a.
m., Sunday school; 11 a. m., sermon;
7 p. m., Christian Endeavor; 8 p. m.,
sermon. The pastor, Mr. Diven, will
preach In South Juniner church at
! 2:30 p. m., and Rev. 1). F. Harper will
preach Dath morning and evening for
Mr. Diven. All strangers are especial
ly Invited, ttobert J. Diven, pastor.
First Baptist Church Sunday
school nt 10 o'clock. Preaching at 11
o'clock, subject. "The lord's Supper."
At 7 o'clock tho young people will
meet In their regular meeting and at
8 o'clock the preaching, subject, "Tho
Voice of the Past." All strangers In
tho city and those who have no placo
of worship are most cordially Invited
to attend all these services. R. V.
Church of the Redeemer Divine
sen-Ice tomorrow at hours as follows:
Sunday school at 10 a. m.; sermon
and celebration of tho holy commun
ion at 11 a. m.; evening prayer and
address at S o'clock. Tho Rev. John
Warren, who has Just returned to Pen
dleton from a six months' visit at his
former home In England, will be pres
ent to assist the rector, and preach
at the morning service.
M. E. Church, South Sundny serv
ices as follows: 10 a. m. Sunday
school, I. K. Earl. Superintendent;
11 a. m. preaching by pastor; 3 p. m.
Junior Epworth League, conducted by
Mrs. Mary Jones; 7 p. m. Epworth
league, leader, Mrs. Gertrude Fuqua,
subject, "What does tho Story of
Zacclieus Teach Us?" S p. m preach
ing by pastor. Prayer meeting on
Thursday at 8 p. in. Everybody In
vited. E. H. Jones, pastor.
COl'ELAND & SON. GENERAL IiLACK-
smlthlnc and renalrlne: horseshoelnz a
specialty; work promptly attended to; call
and see us: Bliop 314 West Webb street,
Just three blocks below Main street.
OLD NEWSPAPERS TO PUT tJNDEK
carnets. on shelves, walls, or for wrau-
Clng purposes. Old newspapers In large
urdles ot 100 each at 25 cents a bnndle
at the EAST OUGGONIAN otflco. Pendle
Babbit Metal, best In the world, In
bars. Price, $1 per bar, at the East
Proposals for Sewer Coivstructlon.
Soaled proposals will be received by tbe City
Recorder of Pendleton, Oregon, until 4 o'i luck,
May mill, l'.xw, (or tho construction ol a we
atro systain In the city of Pendleton, Oreiou,
Tho extent of the proposed system is approxi
mately H miles of sewers from ii to 20 Inches In
diameter, CI manholes and 18 Flusn Tanks.
MtUerlil. required for the construction of tbe
system will be furnished by ttio i-lly. Full in
struction to bidder und blank forms of pro
poials will be furnlsh-d uiiou application to
tho office of U. N Ml ler. Civil and Haultuty
Kunliieer, Pendleton, Oregon, where plans and
speculations may be been.
Jiach p oposal must be accompanied by a
certified check for tliu sum nt Seven Hundred
and Fifty (7fi0)Ool la s, payable to The City of
Pendleton, which sum shall b forfeited in case
he blddor to whom the award Is made, sha'l
fall to enter Into contract with the City within
v i days after receiving notice of said awurd.
T ie City reserves the right to reject any or
Dated May 7th, ID03.
THOMAS FrTZUKRALU, City Recorder.
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.
f. W. BOULTER
Manager Pendleton Office
120 COURT STREET
VAN DRAN BROS., Props.
The Best Hotel in Pendleton
and as good as any.
The Hotel Fcndlcton has just
been refitted and refurnished
throughout. Phone and fire
alarm connections with alt rooms.
Baths in suites and single rooms.
Headquarters for Traveling Met
Commodious Sample Rooms.
Rates $2 & $2.50
Special rates by week or in onth
Prompt Dlnlngroom service.
Bar and billiard room in oonnoction
Only Three Blocks from Depot
FOOT HILL WHEAT.
Is Looking Fair, But Needs Consider
able Moisture, Says Thomas Cope
land. "Wheat In tin- t'ootlill) district Is
looking just fair and eonHldernble
warm weather anil more rain Is badly
needed," Bald Thomas Copcland to the
Walla Walla Statesman. Mr. Cope
land Is farming several hundred acres
south of Walla Walla in what is
known ns the foutiull district. "The
deficiency In precipitation Is nearly
as great as It Is In Walla Walla,
something over three inches since tnu
(list of tho year. This will have to bo
made up largely lu the next month or
wheat In the lighter soil district and
uplands will suffer considerable dam
age. "A slight shower fell ilurlug tho
night at my place, hut It was scarce
ly enough to call a rain though green
stuff Is greatly refreshed by it."
GOLDEN RULE HOTEL
Corner Court and Johnson Streets,
M. F. Kelly, Proprietor.
ano union Pacific
Two Trains to the East Daily
Ttironsrh Pullman tandmrit and TAttrial
Ins; car dally to Oraaba, Chicago) taarUt
leeplnat ear a ally to Kansas city) tkroh
Pullman tourist Heaping can (peitonaltT om.
duct) weakly to Chicago, Kansas Clir, at.
tools and Memphis; reclining chair cars (state
free) to the Kaai dally.
1'IIKQUKKK HOTEL. Cleau
comfortable rooms from '
cents up. Newly furnished
throughout. Queen Chop House
in connection. Meals at all
hours. Only white help em
ployed, tllvo us u trial, v -.
Bar in connection.
Bet. Alta & Webb Sts.
In Center of Block.
Beware of Ointments for Catarrh That
As mercury will surely destroy the wnse
of Kiueli and completely dermic? the whole
vyatt-m lieli entering It inroiiKU xiie mu
coiw Btirfaccs. Much article should never
be lined except on prcfccrlptloas from ro'
utnble phydclnn, iw the dnmuire they will
do Ik teu fold to the good ou can
possibly derive from them, llnll'b Catarrh
Tiire. manufactured by J. (.'honey & Co.,
Toledo, ()., contain" no mercury, and Is
taken luterunlly uctlim directly upon the
blood nud mucous surfaces of the system.
In buying llnlTa Catarrh Cure be sure you
get the genuine. It 1 taken Internally
und made In Toledo, Ohio, by 1'. J. Cheney
& Co. TestlmonlnU free.
Sold by driiKBlkl. price 7.r.e per bottle.
Hull's Pumlly l'llls lire tbe best
Notice to Water Consumers.
All water rents are now due- ami
payable at the water works office
on or before tho 10th day or the
month. Please call and settle and
avoid the water being turned off.
j. v. nnowN.
Superintendent Waters Works,
HEATED BY STEAM
LIGHTED BY ELECTRICITY
American I'luti, nitow 1 .as to '.'. OO
Kiiropciui l'liin, SOu. 7ftc, SI. IK).
spculHl rntu by week or mouth.
Free 'bus meets all trains)
Commercial trade solicited
Fine sample rooms
Special Attention Given Country Tnid
ciTiBT Time SohiHlut laura
roa From l'onitloton ron
Portland Portland Hpoclal No. t Th Eaaa
US ant 8) a.m.
Chicago Chicago 8peclal M. '1 PotlWad
Portland Mall and Eiprtta No.J Tha las
IM) a ra nun
TtaeKiut! Matt and BsprcwNo. rorllassl
!M tin 44 a a
.PandUton Pasaengor SpokaJM
No. 7 Sillsa
flpoaana Spokane Paasangrr
Penduion Branch . M
Mixed Train No. 11 ' m 9 m
Wall Walla Branoh
wop m NUf(, ib No. it
Ocean and River Schedule.
All sailing data sub-
Ball erary 1 days.
SuX Columbia Ulrar iM9.m'
IMpn, To Astoria and Way Buddy
10 XO p. in.
Boats leave Portland dally, axcapt Saaday,
'stsga ol water permitting) for WlllamtU aa4
Yamhill River points.
Klparla Bnaka Utver Lawbrtoa
tfloa. m. Klparla to Lew Is too 70 a. is.
P. F. WAMBLKY. Agent, Pendtetoa.
CORNER MAIN AND WEBB STS
'IbbbbbbbI iiiH bbbbbbbbbbbI bWbbhbbbbbbbbbbbbbbW
Chicago, Ht Paul, Ht, Louia, Kan
mm City, Ht. Joe, Omaha, and
All Points :ast and Sooth
Portland and point
oo tha Sound
Uava Ptndlatan, dally eiocpt laaday
Arrlra Pandlaton Monday, Wednesday
Friday 1135 pm.
Arriva Pendleton Tnday. Tkaraday SJS4
Saturday 9 SB am.
Leave Walla Walla dally, east Donna, II so psm.
Arriva Walla Walla dally, weat bound, SXaaja.
For Information regarding ratal and asoiaa
anodatloni, call on or address
W. AUAMS, Agani,
B. B. CALDKKIIRAD. O P. A.,
nana vaua. niu,
Shoes to Fit
S2.50 to $4
Cor. Court and Main 1st.
F. X. Schempp
Made Young Again.
"Ono of Dr. King's Now l.lfo l'llls
each night for two weeks lias put mu
in my 'teens' .ikhIii," writes I), II.
Tumor, of Dcmpsoytowu, Pa. They're
the host iu tho vorlil for liver, stom
ach and bowels. Purely vegetable.
Never Kiipe. Only 25c nt Tallrnun &
Co.'s drug store.
GEO. DARVEAU, Prop.
Block and a hall from depot
Sample room In connection.
50c, 75o, $1.0
Lambing in Progress.
Tim lambing season Is about at an
end and tho shearing of stock sheep
Is going on apace, preparatory to
their departure for tuo mountains.
Charles Cunningham has about com
pleted his shearing ami tho J. K.
Smith Livestock Company has up
wards or 20 shearers at work. Kvery
day loads of wool pass through Pilot
Hod; for Pendleton. Pilot Hock Record.
Ilrussels has a church clock wound
by atmospheric expansion Induced by
Amorlran Plan. 1 UCf dV ftlid UUWr4
iij.anniriora ffir fnnHfttfl and commercial trav
clcra. H'tcialrateiuiule tofaruillci audlagte
ffCDiiemeu. ine nuuiitciucni win v'"'
at all tlniea to bow rooms and vt price, i
modcro TurkUh bt h tstablUhmcut lu the hoi I
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Imnotenoy.Loit Powart Huh'UO
In fiaoK. atvll Deilrea, aernlnat In
ont cae4 la oia aiui vouoi
Handncnoi Unfltn to Marry.
EwolTdi. KtlM-U art Imuiwlut
tlou. Ixjii rtKllioiuiut,curel
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MlinuUtea lh Lral" aM iFra nwr. Mo V boi, itor U W)W mall. A writ-
miueyf CliuuUrtfreo. Addreii, (hop Rem! Co -
SOLD BY TALLMAN & CO., DRUGGISTS, ocnr
I out Twitching: or
Htauoy la rtryuao
inula vtlo1 orgini.
larani i.to Ultra ot
the heat of tne sun.