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DAILY EAST OREQONIAN. PENDLETON, OREGON. MONDAY. NOVEMBER 16, 10J.
iess Cards and Societies
ue AND TRADES, ALPHABETICALLY ARRANGED.
ol i ii k - - building.
W.n, LAW OFFICE IN JUDO
K (phnnf E. D. llOYO. ATTORN KY AT LAW.
a - .
zm . I' ...... Una. ra- I
n. Avmnxnv at
1IA1LKY & LOWELL, ATTORNEYS AT
law. Office In Deapatn block.
HALLKRAY & McCOBKT, LAWVEItS. AS'
N. nHUKELEY, ATTOUNEy 'Tt" LAW.
Office In Savings Bank building.
.flsutsr' .... dpnre '
1 p one. M'u '' , CAIITEII & UALKY, ATTOltNEYS AT
r"el - I, ilOMiaMIIATiB, 'w-0fflce Saving, Hank building.
if'5:ni Office In Jndd I n. E. COLLlEIt, lawyer, office
IrEohone I'fOi-e. Mac mil. Rooms . and 8, Association building.
U. Iirri, KaYlncs Hank
f?; .7fflrVih.ie. main 1411:
fila 1361. .
L k. m.AKi:si.r.E. chronic
I - .'. : ? .n ,1 .pases or
ow"" "."..r.in ..1
HENRY J. BEAN. ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Association block. Pendleton, Oregon.
R. J. SLATER, ATTORNEY. ROOM 423
PENDLETON Jffll MARKETS
Quotations on Staoles Furnished by Local Merchants and
pound; on cob, 5 cents per pound.
STILLMAN riERCE, ATTORNEYS AT
law. Mr. Htlllman has been admitted to
practice In United States patent offices,
and makes a specialty of patent law.
Rooms 10, 11, 12 and 13, Association
W,:7 hnudlns. comer wain ..u
am... -nhnne. main ui
r-w. wiui.. .
k u.r " . . tt ........
1 1 jB, office 'phone, black ltUl.
"nnV. PHYSICIAN AND
'ilfflce In Jndd building, room
. TSSae red Kll : residence
DAMON LODGE NO 4 MEETS EVERY
Monday evening In Secret Society hall.
LaDow block, at Pendleton, Ore. R. W,
Fletcher, K. R. S.; W. J. Keycs. a C.
Irtl.' Pendleton, Oregon.
I'ATTON'S SANITARY HARDER SnOP,
Dospaln block. Court street. Best work
manship. All the xnouern Improvements.
All tools sterilized. Bath rooms In connection.
Wheat is quoted at 61 cents aad
the market Is very dull. No move
ment worth mentioning, and tho ex
porters aro noncommittal. Tho feed
and flouts market Is better than lor
somo time, owing to tho demand
from the country. Several teams aro
loading today for distant Interior
points, and tho local trade Is good.
A largo shipment of winter apples
has been unloaded today from tho
Milton district, and tho demand is
growing moro brisk on account of
tho largo amount needed for win
tor use. Tho markets were otherwise
uneventful and quiet.
RETAIL GROCERY PRICES.
Coffee Mocha and Java, best, 50c
per lb.; next grade, 35c per lb; lower
graces, conee, 25c to 15c per lb.;
package coffee, 20c per lb., 3 pack
ages for 50c
Rice Best head rice, 12c per
lb.; next grade, 10c per lb.
Sugar Cano granulated, best $6.50
per sack; do 13 lbj $1.
Salt Coarse. 11.10 per 100; table,
$2.50 per 100.
Flour B. B., $4 per barred; Wal
ters' $4 per barrel, $1.10 per sack.
Bacon 1418c per lb.
Ham 17lSc per lb.
Coal oil $1.C5 for 5 gallons; $3 per
LorUS. MOTIST OFFICE IN
lidlaz. 'Phone red 1411.
kv DENTIST Ofrifi. in
iixt. over Schmidt's new drug
f red -ii
LIVERY AND FEED STABLES.
THE CITY LIVERY. BOARD AND SALE
Stable, M. J. Carney, proprietor, for
line turnouts. Stock boarded at reason
able rates. Stable, 118 Alta street
EISTIF. CEADrATK OF THE
i.t, eovernment veterinary In-1
Tale district. C A lom,- , v- STROI1LE, DEALER IN SEC'OND-
treateii on scieuuuc priuci- uauu kuums. u mere is uaj-iuing you
i it Frootn's stable, Main need In new and secondhand furniture.
lte Ilotfl l'endlcton. r.esl-
- Main 1311
nr sur.Gi:o.-iR. i. c.
laiioate ol i niven.iiy oi i-cnn,
lot Spokane for ten years. Of-
I'linans urug siure. letiuiivu.
IKS AND BROKERS.
fflON'AI. RANK OF ATHENA,
Capita!, (50,000; surplus and
Moves, granltcwnre and crockery, call and
pci uis prices. .o. sis Lourt Btreet.
GURDANE & McRROOM, I'AW.VBROK
crs and second hand dealers, have moved
to the new Melarkey building, on West
Court street. Goods bought and sold,
j WANTED SITUATION AS IIOUSEKEErER,
inquire ai iAix touegc iirtec.
. Interest on time deposits, winted-arknt rnn the kkiv tivks.
krelsn and domestic cxcliangc. more TvDewr-ter for Eastern Oremn F 8.
Carrots, 2c per lb.
Potatoes, lc per lb.
California sweet potatoes, 5c per
Garh , 10c per lb.
Cabbage. 2c per pound.
Beets, 10 lbs. 23c
Tomatoes, 5c lb.
Onions, 2c per pound.
Parsnip, lu lLs. 25c.
Celery, 10c bunch, 3 bunches 25c.
Lettuce, hothouse, Ec bunch.
Kraut, 10c quart, 40c gallon.
Mince meat, 12c per pound.
Popcorn, shelled, 8 1-3 cents per
Bananas, 40c dozen.
Apples, 76c0$l box.
Pears, $1.00 box.
Lemons, 40c dot.
Oranges, 40-5Uc dot.
Prunes, 3c lb, 50c box.
Cranberries, 20c quart.
Quinces, 5c per pound.
Grapes, California, 8 l-3c pound.
LIVESTOCK AND POULTRY.
The following prlcos are paid by
ueaiors i tne producer:
Chickens Hens, 7c; $34 per doz
en; roosters, 4 to 6 cents.
Geese, per dozen, $9.
Ducks, per dozen, $3.E04.
Butter, 60-l5c, good.
CHOICE SEEF CATTLE. ET'
Cows, per hundred, $2.40-$I.6O.
Itogs, lire, $595.50.
Hogs, dressed, 7&c
Veal, dressed, 7c.
HAY AND FEED.
Chop barley, $22.50 per ton; lc
Chopped wheat, $1.40 per 100.
Bran, 60 cents per sack.
Shorts, $1 per sack.
Oats, 1V4 cents per lb.
Alfalfa, loose, $12 per ton.
Wheat, loose, per ton, $12.
Timothy, baled, per ton, $20.
LOCAL HIDE MARKET.
Tho following are tho prevailing
average prices for hides In this mar
ket: Beef, green, 4j'6c per lb.; beef,
dry, 1013c: mink. 50fi)80e each.
with a possibility of $1 each If tuo
size Is good and tho condition prime;
coyote, 76S0; bear skins, accord
ing to quality and size, from (3 to
iu; coon. 3USI36: horse, norfoct.
with head, tail and mane, $101.25;
sheep, green, Cc; shocp. dry, &V4c:
skunk, 25c; badger, 153uc.
ahu UNION PACIFIC
Two Trains to the East Daily
Thronrfi Pullman standard and Toutlit sleep
Inn ears dally to Omaha, Chicago; tourli!
aleeplng car callr to Kanaai Cliyl throoit
Pullman tourlat aleeplng ran peiaonally con-
ireisn ana aomcsiic cuiiange. more Typewr-ter for Eastern Orcgnn F S.
promptly "tended to. Henry , Merrill, General Agent, S. 7 feat stttct, Sm
incident . T J Kirk, vlce-pres-; fcane ash 11
I beQruw cashier 1 M Kemp,
WANTED GIRL TO Do HOl'SKWORC AI'-
i Dlrtnaira J R. Dlcktnn lMHlnMtrppt
lKltS' RANK OP WESTON, 1
son. Does a ceneral bank- WANTED AriVEIiTIHKISR to makh
Lictiange bought and sold. 1 use of these classified colncins. If rou
Minptly attended to. R. Jam- have something you have no use for, offer
st: oeorge . rroebstel, to trade It for something that some other
J. II Kllcore. cashier: dl
. nartman. M. M. Johns. T.
1). draw. J. I' ICUgore, Rob-
U. w IToebstel
llLkTO-V SAVINGS HANK.
Oregon. Organised March 1,
rl iiimi.ikhj, surplus,
al!oed on all time denoalts.
Milt and sold on all nrlncinal
fill attention given to collec-
J turmsu, president. J. n.
Hldtnt T J. Morris, cashier:
ri, aulstant cashier
B0XAL RANK 01' VEHUIM-
. liU.IXHI sum us. XU5.00U.
Ipwral banking buslnewi. V.l
liwrrnimic transrers sold on
s rranciaeo. New York- nnil
Fta In the Northwest. Urartu
lu. Japaa and I.urue. Makes
iraMmauie terms. irfvi An
Pt W V Matlock, vlce-prebl-ft',
cashier , II J Johnson,
body may have and have no use for, some-
ming mat you may need in your business.
Yoy may have an extra horse that you
may wish to trade for a cow or a vehicle.
Somebody may have the cow and vehicle
anil want tbe horse. ISc or r want ad
will probably do tbe business.
POH SALE -TWO LOTS AND NINE
room house, fitted with all modern con
veulcnceii. on South Main street. Easy
terms. Inquire at this office.
pCTS AND BUILDERS.
tU AKCIIITECT AND HU
- MflLftt mmt.luli. un.l .-alia.
Italldinis In the cltv or roun-
F, Joad bulldlmr.
W-E. COXTIIACTOIIS AND
ILmates furniaiiMi ui.nr
crk a snec'IaltT. l'rnnmt
w Illuff street, near Main.
XmCTOIt AN DIIUILO
' furnished on all klndb
Fui wjua. stone walls, etc.
I Eaat Oregonlan office.
"AN. AIUMIITIVT AVIl
int , . . - -
ojuwiauou block, Ten
FOR BALK AT THK EAST OKUUONIA:
offlce Larce bundles of newspapers.
containing over 100 big papers, tun be ob
tained for 25 cents a bundle.
TOR KRNT GOOD IMUfSEKHKHNG ROOMS
Call at 407 West Alta street.
FOR RENT-SEVEN ROOM HOUSE. WITU
bath room, Inquire uf iln. Agn fri.ton.
FOR RENT -GOOD TROKT ROOM, BflTABLE
for two aenllemen or two ladles Call at C10
It rtASTKUINO ANI CP.
tit i l"n K Kehnert cigar
Pt- IV O. box 104.
NO AND LODGING.
IBCNJINOTON HA8 PUB
Wll be glad to see her
tw, !'T locat'- Only
1 Vrt street. I!at, r.
lrS b day or week.
rAOTmrir rnrvvu kpaNICL BITCH
anseri to the name of "oemle " Kewaid
UI U paid II returned to Clark'a Cigar store.
lOOND-BUNCU OF KEVH OWNER CAN
have same b calling on jmnimin s
First IHatloutl Bank,
Ill-I'tlHMAK-IKVl PIITTINH AND FIT-
ting a specialty. Ul- Main street. MM
WM. RVoUNKA WILL l'AV I'ROMIT
attentloa to all saleH and posting bills.
Corrnspondence solicited. Commission rea
sonable. I'. O. box 200, I'endleton.
FOR. OOOri WORK. RHAHONAIILU
nrlcca and prompt attention take your
cripple boots and shoes to A- X. Jillley,
near MU1 creek bridge, on l'Jwt Court
street. Sign of red boot on small bouse.
MK.VS BKHORT YOU AUK INVITED.
Free reading room. Why not Join and
get the advantage of free bath, use of
punching bag nod other equipments, la
liudlngllbrarr and reading room? Terms,
$1.00 to Join and 00c a month dues.
Be;t 25 cent Meal in the City
Private Dining Parlors
Elegant Furnished Rooms in
GUS LaFONTAINE, Prop.
633 Main Street
DxrikT Time, SoluMul arivi
rot From I'miilloton raoM
Fortlsnd I'orlland Special No. 1 The Rait
8:10 am NKWa.ro.
Chicago Chicago Spectal.No 1 Portland
Portland Mall aud Express No.5 The Eaj
TheKnat) MalIandKxpreasNo.il rortland
0am 4:4) am
ICendleton Faisenger Bpokaat
Spokane Spokane Passenger
K:l! a m No, 8
Mixed Train No. 41 ''"
Walls Walla Ilran'h
60 pm Mixed Train No. 41
Ocean and River Schedule,
All sailing daua inn-
a-ain m )eet to chant e, lm,
srtwp.m. riruanrranclfca P-ni.
Ball every 5 daya.
Sancfa'y Columbia Rlv..
Wpm. To Astoria and Way Hundaj
10x10 p. nil
Boats leave Portland dally, except Snnday
'stage ot water permitting) (or Y lllamelte anc
Leave Lsava "
Klparla Snake River Lewtitna
4Sa.m. I Klparla to Lewlston 7Ma.m
Excpt Monl ICxcpt Mo
VAN DRAN BROS., Propt.
The Best Hotel In Pendleto
nd as good at art)',
i Ref tigztSitzA :
bchwaiz & Greulicli, Props.
Wholesale and retail dealers in
Beef, Fork and Mutton, Cured
Meats and Sausages of all JLitids.
607 Main Street, Phone 181.
NOTICE TO BTOCKIIOLDERS-NOTl 'J5 t
hereby given thai tnere will be an annniU
meMtng ol the atoekholders ol the tut ot
egonlan pnUtablnc Company ou Wednesday,
December nd. MM. at 4 o'clotk 1. .. t tbe
office ol said company, In Pendleton, Oregon,
lor the purpose or electing officers lor tsoen.
anlrg-rsar.W. F. MiTbock, Frealdsnt; Fid
n , uutrxiit, Etocreury.
; Conrad Platzoeder
All kinds of Fresh
Meats always on
band. Fine Bacon,
Hams and Sausage.
Z Pric38 m lw s the lowest
IN FOUND: TBE FOLLOWINO DKHCKIBKD
autmaisnave Deea laaeu up iy m
01 tsicGityof reuaieion, 10 win
MUi.MJSS Tiirik, ' ' use oay snare, uranucu
t tb uitti,hfr8 curved Hue exteodbjg upwards to lelt title)
One buek BUev. branded "U" blotched) on
lelt shoulder; two while hind legs, atnpe in
ir Mild tnlmala are not claimed by the
owners or those cs titled to the possession,
costs and expense against them paid, na
then taken away within ten daya from the
date hereof, then at 2 o'clock p. m. of the
SLlNn bii... ' Bixteentu day 01 oitm', -
JLlD BUSINEB8 animals will be sold to the blgbeit bidder,
' to Z J? .meals.
It C lTaSK CO.. JOK
FWthoai'J ""Tiqga Hank
P eouni. .r title to all
, lii ' on city
(TlS A V 5S
at public auction for cash, at the city
Iuud, o tbe corner of Cottonwood and
Webb streeU, Jn tbe City o I'endleton. the
n, a,,M ..I. to Im. annlled to tne
payment of aucb costs ana expenses .
listed November 7, im , . ,
Wm. 8CHEKR. City Marshal
HOK8K3 TAKKN I'P.
ears old, thin
Taken up, one bay hone, 10 years old, thin
In . t.r..B r..n. lun irhftA hind feet, sllsht
wliecutru lelt front leg, weight about JOuO
1 pound). ; boll attached to neck, Ai.tv
1 One bay horse about 10 years, obi, brand '-O
'on right nip, wire cut on lelt front leg above
J K':l'l!si'vi.vi on right hip, wire cut ou
JfltaM; tn ,8 TI,K k"ee. weight um pounds.
"i and a.iH ...n,. m our tl,l Nov (.and
Office with will be sold for cburges Nov 21 unlaw owner
calls lor same, at ine jeiepnoni.
C. L. Bowers Hox.
7"t ia ..;,"?. '
Th Oreoon Dally Journal can be
An lnEenluuH IlcnrtraB.
Tbe Mexicans In Citllfornla lmd an
Ingenious uietbotl of trapping bears
before tbe advent of tliu Yankees
brought modern firearms Into the re
glot. .V piece of meat was nailed to
the stout horizontal limb of an oak
tree. From a limb lire or six feet above
n rope wns suspended, to tho end of
which a largo otone was made fust so
that it hung about six Inches ibove and
n trlllo nearer the trunk than the meut
pu tho lower limb.
When a bear smclled tbe meat from
afar, be would climb up tho tree nnd
make his way to the bait. In doing
he would push the stone pendulum
to one side. Just us lie was about to
fnMcn his tectli In the meat the stone
would swing back nnd bang his head.
This would arouf-e the anger of the
bear, und be would give tho stone u
sweep of his paw which would send
it swinging farther nut. The couh!
quence was 11 harder bang and moro
anger. The more he struck the stone
tbe harder he would be hit In return
until from ferocious anger ho would
lose his caution und attack the pendu
turn with all his vigor. One powerful
sweep, then bang! und brtilu would be
tumbled out of the tree to the rocks
below, where, disabled by his fall, he
would be at tbe mercy of thoso who
net the trap whenever they ebogf to
The Hotel Pendleton lias jtisi
heen refitted and refurnished
throughout. Phone and fire
alarm connections with all rooms.
Baths 111 suites and single rooms.
Headquarters for Travollng Men
Commodious Sample Rooms.
Rates $2 & $250
Special ratea by week or mouth
Prompt Dliilngroom service).
Bar and billiard room In oonneotioi
Only Jhree Blocks from Depat
CORNER MAIN AND WEBB STS.
F. F. WAM8LKY. Arent. Pendleton
A Remarkable Case.
One of the mom rcmarkablo cases
of cold, deep-seated on the lungs.
causing pneumonia, Is that of Mrs.
Gertmdo B. Penncr, Marion, Intl.,
who was entirely cured by tho uso of
une Minute cougii euro, tiuo says:
The coughing and straining weaken
cd me so that I 'run down In weight
from 148 to 92 pounds. I tried a
number of rcmodlcs to no avail until
I used One Minute Cough Cure. Four
bottles ot this wonderful rumcdle
cured me entirely of the cough,
strengthened my lungs and restored
me to my normal weight, health and
strength." Bold by Tollman & Co
BEST FOR THE
... .. h.nt a leevtar. besltby mot uBt of tha
MtV&t&. wKl l-rleei'.sy oi kl)lo lb. bowel.
EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY
H.nint l'slatal'lr, PKUnt. Tt. Owi, Do Oood
SmfiMin" IvSkVifcr Orli, le, 10. d M "
f?"bar write for lr. t.mi'Ie. aJ lulf
ittauustinr tosratr. uncico - saw toiu.
KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN
Au. MCU Aun unwiFU.
Um Big a for anastarsl
UDUtWM W .
IJ?r..-.KirTejirn ot or tohwnous.
IrrlUtiSiis or ulcerations
r mucous rucnivrsooi,
Pslalesa, sol not sttrut
by .zprtw. prepaid, t
SIJU. or 2 LolUao. ai.M.
Oirculor aat ea towt.
Saaothored In Hoses.
The Sybarites slept on beds stuffed
with rose leaves; the tyrant Dlonyslus
bad bis couch filled with them; Verne
would travel with a garland on his
bead and around bis neck, and over bis
Utter be bad n thin net, with rose
leaves intertwined; Antiocbtu luxurl
a ted open a bed of blooms even In win
ter days and nights, and when Cleo
patra entertained Antony she bad rosea
covering tbe floor to tbe depth, It la
said, of an ell.
Yfn arc told that Ilellognbalus sup
plied so mitcy at one of bis bauquetj
that several of bis guests were surTo.
cated lu the endeavor to extricate them
fcclvcs from the abundance victims ot
a xurfeit of sweet odors.
A Good Name.
From personal experience I testify
tbnt DoWitt'ti Llttlo Early Klsers are
unequaled as a liver pill. They are
rightly named becuuse they glvo
strength and energy and do their work
with ease, W. T. Kaston, Doerne,
Tex. Thousands of people aro using
these tiny little pills in preference
to all others, because they aro so
biliousness, torpid liver, jaundice,
sick headache, constipation, etc.
They do not purge and weaken, but
cleanse and strcngtlien, soiu uy
Tall man & Co.
Chicago, St Paul, St. Louis, Kan
sas City, St. Joseph, Omaha and
All Points East and South
Portland and points
on tha Sound
Arrive at Pendleton Monday, Wednes
day and Friday, 1.45 p. m. Tuea
day, Thursday and Saturday, 11.45
Leave Pendleton, 7 p. m.
Uste Walla Walla dslly.eaat bound, 11 00 p. m
Arrive Walla Walladally.wcat bounl,10H5a. m
For Information regarding rates and accom
mofiauons, can on or aaureas
W, A DA 11 H, Agent
8. H (.'ALUKRIIKAD, O. P. A.,
Walla Walla, Waihlngtoti.
Pullman Sleeping Cars,
Elegant Dining Can,
Tourist Sleeping Cars.
f 81 PAUL
TO J GRAND FORiC
THROUGH TICKETS' TO
aud all pohita Eaat and Bouth
faMcuh tlckats 10 laMb and China, sia
Taonaa aa northern Paella Iteaouhl. 0.
aad Asatrlraa llaa.
Trains leara rssoUUos dallr ausM fsaaatat
at 730 p. a.
tat farther latoratauoa, tlaa cards, saass
and tlck.M, call on or writ W. Ada ma. Pas.
dleton, Oregon, or A.D.OHARLTOH,
nua ana ssorrison ou., roru.au, vra.
Schedule of pares
On and after April 1, fate over
the Pendleion & Ukiah Stage Line
Pendleton Ui Uktah. 13. round trlD. 15: Pen.
dleton lo Alba, IJ.70, round trip. Hi Pendleton
to Bldge, , rount trip, Pendleton to
l ye, siju, rouua trip, rruuteiou w rjioi
Hock, i, round trip. II CO.
Office at Golden Rule Hole!
GEO. DARVEAU, Prop.
Block and a half from depot;
Sample room In connection.
ROOM RATE 50c, 75c, $1,M
American Plan. Ii iter dav and Howard
Headquarters for tourists snd commercial tree
clera. Special ratea made to families andslaaW
gentlemen. The lususgcment will be pleased
at alt lltnes lo show rooms and give prices. A
saooern Turaian MtiirstaDiunmrniin me noui.
H, C, HOWKKH. Msnsaer.
Well ventilated, neat and
comfortable rooms, good
hedo. liar in connection
where best gooda arc
Main Street, center of
block, between Alta ami
F. X. Scfitempp
Proprt e t o r
Let us fill your
bin with . . .
ROCK SPRING GOAL
Recognized as the best
and most economical fuel.
Wc are prepared to con
tract with you for your
winter's supply. We de
liver coal or wood to any
part of the city.
Main Street Near Depot
The East Orerjonlan Is Eastern Ore
gon's representative paper. It leads
and the people appreciate It and show
It by their liberal patronage. It Is the
advertising medium of this section,
The application of Trim Horn, tho
Wyoming murderer, for a new trial
has beeu denied.
Tbil r4i y(UbU YiUlIur, thf pntortptloii of famous Vrtatl) chj.ioifta, wlllqoiokJ
eur you of all ncrroaa ditM4M ana narrou wMieucnM u ! I uin
ia llvor. that kulnaivi
klilmparitUa. C'lJr'IIKNK.trntlaoal rwMaaJlortyna. 1Uroo iSfKf.
l(a.Uusk it flsmmr. Vairl4ataila. aauil
I II. S-IMB.i
Is the oalr aaeoo nmltr t s.r. witbool i-raliVo. HW tuUsmlafs. A TtUMVi'ijr VJA
moo., ratsrudif .11 box., do am 8i a ptruuaaat ear, !. a bos six for aiw, bf awu. B4a
Sold by Tsllman & Co,, Druggist.
on xale at Fraziera book .