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,Ai!2ikita: LAW omen in ju5"d
AMONG THE EXCHANGES OF
THE INLAND EMPIRE
nAILCY & LOWELL, ATTOnPV i
HALLERAY & McCOUET. LAWVrns 10
soclat on bnlMin A' iERS- AS-
III-IIKCLET, ATTORNET AT I aw
Offlcc In Saving, llank building
jmm and dlneaiK of
T office 'phone, main 721 ;
CARTER & RALEV. ATTORNEYS AT
JajOfflce in Saving. Rank building
"' R- COLLIER, LAWYER OFFICF
JtoomJana8: As.ocI.tlon building.
STILLMAN & PIERcnT ATTORNEYS AT
law. Mr. Stlllman has been idmittrt to
and mi- Un,,r1 ,s't Paten?' otflci"
and tnaUra a epeclalty of mtent law
Room, 1.,. n, 12 aaa 13,1.1100
B. P. O. ELKS, PENDLETON LODGE. NO. 28
Regular meeting! tut and third Thursdavs
oreach month All h.n,... ..Y.T.ii. i' .l
tHUSM0 lnvlted 10 "tend. I all "
UDow block. Court .treet G a Hantaan.
m V 111.. 1 Oil Wi at
.Jitii. UUur .
..ircc.FDX-I)K. 1) C. McNABB
-.llminM imig aiurc.
Sr..K. E., C. E. Beiin, Secretary,
MKVS RESORT YOU ARE INVITED.
Free reading room. Why not Join and
set the advantage of free bath, nae of
mine-hint; bag and other equipment.. In
eluding library and readjng room? Terms,
$LO0 to Join and 60c a month dues.
Capital, JMJ.uuu; sunuus ana
woo. interest on lime ueposiu.
"JLmntiT attended to. Henry
video T J. K(rK. Ticires-
i UGro casmer; i. m. iriu,
...fni in vi.' itw w i:h i i in.
i ' h r. i jw v . .
fw'hnvm tmiipht and iinld.
.uM. MttoniiMi to. il. jam
7T7F V.-nr W. lrniMtfP..
i i i: m cure, lonu cr ui
. G. rroeusiei.
mhI iiin.uui ; iuruiu. mtv
. i u.iiii i.n on nriiiPMMi
I J Furnish, president ; J. N.
ia. T J Mittrta PHihlcr
itwj, isslstan: ca&nier.
iiivm avitrniii inn uiu
laUit buiineit. Kxchanice and
UtiiittQT. I'teiiaent ; w r. Mat
Ji urjunt cathier
or BaiiQiDCi in me cut ur vuuu-
e IT Judd building.
1 rOLE, CONTItACTOKS AM
Cftlmate8 furnlfibed on snort
ia work a specialty. Prompt
ti.v oo It luff street, near Main.
T PAVI'liiiHrnii AV T ill T" I I .IL
iiiil ijiaa a :rni i ia i a.u
tit Association block, Ten-
nripi in lai'iMiivr! ivn pp..
Cement walki a apM--tT'
alibd free. Work Ruaranteed.
Coal by the Acre.
Otis Kaiser and George Clark are
digging a shaft on Otis Kaiser's
place In town, and prospecting for
coal. The shaft Is being sunk about
iuu yards east of Otis' well, which
has a coal bottom. At the depth of
10 feet coal was struck today, and
our people are becoming somewhat
excited over It, as the Indications
point to a solid bed of coal under the
town beginning at a depth of from 10
to 20 feet. A joint tock company
wll be formed which will keep the
men at work. This company ha
been offered an option on Mr. Bow
en's farm adjoining Mr. Kaiser's
place and will accept It.
At Dry Hollow mines, II! miles
south of here, which are being de
veloped by Sumpter parties, hun
dreds of tons of good coal have al
ready been taken out, and It begins
to appear that the mining superin
tendent knew what ho was talking
about when he said the prospect was
far ahead of that near Heppner.
a private census be taken. Ortnln.
ly it would be a good Idea. Times-
Sumpter School Increase.
The school attendance this year,
according to Principal Yoder, Is
maintaining a steady Incrensc over
mat of last year.
a union Pacific
Two Trains to the East Daily
Through Pullman standard and Tourist sleep.
lly to Kansas City: througk
Ing cat dally to Omaha, Chicago! tourist
was about 200, while the average for ,uctw, weekly to Chicago. Kansas city, ra
the present year to date is about oi t' " Ka.trf.iiy.
"... I sleenlnr ear
ine average attendance last car Pullman tourist sleeping cars personally
The entire enrollment last year was
rfii, and that of this year Is about the
same. Before the end of the term
the enrollment will go very much be- rortin(i
jonn mis. Tho work in nil the de- 9:10 am
partments of the school. Prof, Yoder
says, is very satisfactory. Sntnptsr Chicago
12:30 a m
Idaho Winter Mild.
.1. C. Bernard, of Bernard's Kerry,
a prominent stockman of Owyhee
county, is In this city today, having The Kasti
COme over Inst n tn llotn,, tn tli.i i;im
lecture on Christian Science by Judse
Hanna at the opera house last even
ing. In a conversation with a Capi
tal rsews reporter this morntiiir he
said that stock was wintering very Spokane
Well In (lwvhon nn.l Ihnl tnr lint I '""
rortland Special No. 1
Chicago Special No. a
Malt and Express No. &
V STROIILE, DEALER IN RECOND
band coods. If there Is anything yoo
need In new and secondhand furniture,
stoves, granlteware and crockery, call and
get bis prices. No. 1!12 Court street.
FOR RENT-NEWLY F0RNISl!EPR0OM
lor one ot two gentlemen, 106 East Bind St.
Would Count Noses.
The federal census of 1900 gave
The Dalles a population of - 3,542.
Many believe this fleure Is far short
of what the actual population of the ' '"He feeding had been done. Boise
city was at that time and others ire . capital .cws.
of the opinion that The Dalles has!
had a marked Increase In population For Carrying Matches.
juuiiiiB me past mree years. They iwcnty boys were suspended from 6:50 pm
are jiisuneu m mis belief In the fact i tne Fortland schools yesterday for
that about 100 residences have been carrying matches In their pockets,
ouui in trie city since the federal
census was taken, and also by the
fact that school enumerations have
Increased, and the voting population
Is greater. A good many estimate
that the present population of the
city Is 5,000, and are desirous that
NEAT, CLEAN, WELL-KEPT FURNISHED
Rooms to rent. Will locile.l. Mrs. Sirahon,
SOU Water street; cor. Johnson.
FOR RENT -GOOD FRONT ROOM. SUITABLE
ior two gentlemen or two ladles Call at 61(1
MEN TO LEARN BARBER TRADE ; ONLY
eight weeks reauired: tuo years dived: posi
tions secured when competent. Catalogue
mailed tree. Muler f-ystem College, San
WANTED YOUR ORDERS FOR E.N
craved cards, wedding tnTltatlons. etc. :
100 engraved visiting cards with plate,
ri.r.li ; additional cards in future, u per
hundred. The East Oregonlan.
WANTED ADVERTISERS TO MAKE
use of these classified columns. If you
have something you bare no use for, offer
to trade It for something that some other
body may have and have no use for, some
thing that you may need In your business.
Yoy mav have an extra horse that you
may wish to trade for a cow or a vehicle.
Somebody may have the cow and vehicle
and want the horse. 1.1c or 25c want ad
will probably do the business.
UAKN FOR SALE INQUIRE AT KRASSIO
Sharp ,W3 Main strtei.
SINGER BKWING MACHINE OmCt, M9
College street, nepairs ior an macninei
P. A Lovetang, Manager
SEWER CONTRACTORS -REEE & LAFLER
make connections with the sewer Ior busi
ness homes and private residences. Terms
reasonable. Leave orders at T 0. Taylor s
T. 8. MERRILL, SPOKANE. WASH., AGT.,
Dentmore. Becono u.nu mucmuc., .upi'i
WK DYE TO LIVE.-HAVE YOUR CLOTHES
spotiged nd pressed lor tl M month, at the
city oieam ic.uiui; uu fjt.n
W. All.. Phone Red at.
1 L lifNTINfiTriN II AK FL'lt-
m luriiMm- linn. nr C'Jlj ttarden
IW( lb. will lu rlnri to Bee her
1LTA mifVlMt AT.TA AND
utu lltuirri tiv tli flnv or weeK.
lira t. vrr nmn lvndleton
' ' . I. . l.r.AUIIU llKJlfl
I0CE IIUHI.NE88 TAKES YOO
XCE AND LAND BUSINES8
MIL LI3UUAALL V
"svui, urnce in navinn ihdi
(lit Moortbouse & Uamllton.
"liable abatracta ot title to all
loatllla countv. Ixiana on city
nnmri ju ..11. ll
his. tin t.TM atifl maaea
?u ior non realnenta. Reference.
f IUHTMAN, l'rea.
i auiiiK, jr.. vice pre.
X most reliable. Arc and accl-
n rw . . , . f i . j . i.
. . . v vuiujauiea. uiutc whm
BilLP.r in rt a t .kin rnt.
7"- opeciaitv made or land Dl-
LTAA. , - . . .
i .urance BHD coiiccviuup.
L' building, room 18.
i imo' riKi'l vi CARDE9. .(. rellabl
Absolutely guaranteed to cure Leucorrhoea
(whites) and Female Weaknets. Write Ior
o. Prop. Pharmacy, Lock Box art, Kansas
Sl'IiSCRIHERS TO MAOAZINES, ir YOU
want to auuscrlbe to aiagailnea or news
papers In the United States or Lurope, re
mit by postal note, check or send to the
EAST OKEOOXIAX the net publisher a
price of ue publication you desire, ami
will have It sent )oa and assume aU the
risk of the money being lt In the malls.
It will save you both trouble and risk. II
iou ire n subscriber to the East Oregonlan
fn remitting you can deduct .10 ' Pr cent
from the publisher's price. .Address EAST
OREOOXIAN PUH. CO.. Pendleton. Ore
Mall and Express No.
VAN DRAN BROS., Props.
The Best Hotel In Pesdletoa
and ai good as any.
. No. 8
Mixed Train No. 41
Walla W.lla Branch
Mlxe.1 Train No. U
1 :3S p m
The Hotel I'endleton has just
been refitted and refurnished
throughout. Phone and fire
alarm connections with all rooms.
Baths tn suites and single rocms.
Headquarters for Travollng Men
uommoalons Sample Rooms.
Rates $2 & $250
Special rates by week or month
Prompt Dltilngroom eervloa.
Bar and billiard room in oonneotioi
Kn T rniinieliu'llh Mn. !).
The destruction of Park school I OntywaUa lor No i In case N.
Thursday night led to Investigation. n0con"ec.s wUh No. 2,
11 is sum mat practically an 01 tne
educational exhibits for the St Ivouls
exhibition were destroyed, and it Is
not thought they will be replaced.
The Dalles Chronicle,
Ocean and River Schedule.
PORTLAND TRADE EXPER.
IENCED HEAVY MONTH.
Large Shipments of Produce to Cal
ifornia During the Month Im
ported Goods Have Fallen Far Be
low the Usual Amount Eggs Are
Weak at 25 Cents.
ters' $4.25 per barrel, $1.10 per sack.
Bacon liaise per lb.
Ham 1718c per lb.
Coal oil $1.63 for 5 gallons, $3.
Lard 70c S pounds; $1,40 10 pounds.
8:00 p. m.
All sailing dates sub
ject to cnanre.
Far San Francisco
Sail every 5 days.
10 30 p. m.l
To Astoria and Way
iMJ p. m,
i 3X1 p.m.
Carrots, 2c per lb.
Potatoes, lc per lb.
Rarh , 10c per lb.
Cabbage, 3c per pound.
Beets, 10 lbs. 25c.
Onions, 3c per pound.
Parsnip, Id lus. 25c.
Celery, 10c bunch, 3 bunches 25c.
Lettuce, hothouse, 5c bunch.
Kraut, 10c quart, 40c gallon.
Mince meat, 12&c per pound.
Popcorn, shelled, 81-3 cents per
pound; on cob, 5 cents per pound,
Boats leave Portland dallr. excent Sunday
'stage ol water permitting) lor Willamette anc
i amniu Kirer points.
t Ja. m.
Rlparla to Lewlston
7:00 a. m
K.C BMini, Aleut, l'eadlston.
Bananas, 40c dozen.
Apples, 75c$l per box.
Lemons, 40c doz. ...
Oranges, 40-50c doz.
Cranberr!e3, 15c per quart.
Portland, Feb. 1. Wholesale groc
ers of the city report a lively Jan
uary. Heavy orders from the inter
ior have been the rule all month
and the list discloses large ship
ments of goods to Seattle and Taco
ma, contrary to the, report that PorT
land had lost the trade of Puget
In produce lines the Oregon-grown '
have shown a lively movement,
many bags of potatoes and onions
having found good market in San deaIerE t the producer:
Francisco. In California produce, Turkeys 1214c
however, the Portland market has i chickens Hens, 7c; $34 per doz
not oeen satisiactory as usual tins en. roosters, 4 to C cents.
January, ine ury season in mat Geese, per dozen, $.
state lias caused prices to rise in
such articles as celery, green beans,
peas, cauliflower, cabbage, etc.,
while the goods come Into competi
tion with cheaper vegetables at
home. Importers of California vege
tables say they have made little tr
no money this month, and some even
say they have met with losses.
Poultry dealers report small ie
ceipts the past week, and a light de
mand. This product closes "weak,"
but a better market is predicted for
In dressed bogs tue smaller sizes ' Pe lb'
LIVESTOCK AJ.D POULTRY.
The foilowiug prices are paid by Chicaco. St Paul, St. Louis. Kan
sas City, St. Joseph, Omalia anil
All Points East and South
Portland and point
on the Sound
Arrive at Pendleton Monday, Wednes
day and Friday, p. m. Tues
day, Thursday and Saturday, 11.45
Leave Pendleton, 7 p. m,
Leave Walla Walla dally.east bound. 11 o p, m
Arrive Walla Walladelly,est bound, I0:U a. m
For Information regarding rates and accom
modations, can on oraaurc.s
W, ADAMS, Agent
8. B. CALDERIIEAD, P. A.,
Walla nana, na.Biuc.uu.
Ducks, per dozen, $3.604,
Butter, 50 75c, good.
Eggs, fresh, 30c.
CHOICE BEEF CATTLE,
Hogs live, 405c.
Hogs, dressed, C7c.
Veal, dressed, CG7c.
HAY AND FEED.
Chop barley, $22.50 per ton; lUc
Only Three Blocks from Depot
CORNER MAIN AND WEBB ST8.
CEO. OARVEAU, Prop.
Block and a half Irom depot!
Sample room In connection.
50o, 75c, $1.0C
THE HOTEL BICKERS
(Formerly Golden Rule)
OLD NEWSPAPERS TO PUT UNDER
carpets, on shelves, walls, or for wrap
ping purposes. Old newspapers In large
bundles of 100 each nt 25 cents a bundle
at theKAST OREGON! AN offlce. Pendle
WM. F YOHNKA WILL PAY HOM T
attention to all sales and posting bills.
Correspondence solicited. Commission rea
sonabie. I' O. box 20G, Pendleton.
meet good demand, but the larger
carcasses are of slow sale. The
small hogs are considered better '.or
making breakfast bacon, while the
large are fit only for lard, which at
present Is cheaper than formerly.
Oregon eggs are weak at 25 cents
today, and a further reduction Is an
ticipated. The cold storage article
has been pretty well cleaned up,
fiiERS4AKIN0. CUTTINO AND FITTING A
foeclaltyV Prompt work. Satisfaction guar
m?d. MR. vfhltley. 912 Main streeu
Let us fall your
bin with ....
RY AND FEED STABLES.
JOAHDED By"tHEWEEK OR
iTV tteo Barn. TB Cotiontaooa
r1 teasunAi.iM vr t. wiii.tamh.
'e. COm(Ortahl .tall. PlentV
given o.r.f.,1 .l,.ll..n
vpp Hotel Pendleton. Phone
htari.vjsi u mnnilE.
t care given
. fci. vi Lwnrtieu kl icwwm-i
"M l. 1IH . 11. .. U.... U.lnHII t
ROCK SPRING GOAL
Recognized as the best
and most e:onomical fuel.
We are prepared to con
tract with you for your
winter's supply. We de
liver coal or wood to any
part of the city.
RlVlIti . ........ fia-ajtia i
TJf"-. Court street, lleat work
iTJIiii nioUern Improvementa. i
"Willed. Hath room Id con-
WE WILL BUVj . cV,V.f
try. Wo fill eountry ordars.
Wholesale Butehen. Portland, Or.
Chopped wheat, $1.40 per 100.
Bran, CO cents per sack.
Shorts, $1 per sack.
Oats, Vh cents per lb.
Alfalfa, loose, $13 per ton.
Wheat, loose, $13 per ton.
Timothy, baled, per ton, $20.
LOCAL HIDE MARKET.
The following are the prevailing
nWac rnr tililnH In this mar-1
only a few cases remain In tlie i uet ; beef, green, 4c per lb.; beef,
dry.' 1012,4c: mink, 60c each,
with a possibility of $1 each If Ue
RETAIL GROCERY PRICES. size is good and the condition prime;
nffoo nr-im mil Tovn hoot irtf , rovote. 50eJ7Dc: bear SKins, accoru-
per lb.; next grade, 35c per lb; lower, Ing to quality and size, from ,3 to.
grades, coffee, 26c to ice per lb.; , flu; coon, autfirei uui, ,...,
package coffee, 20c per lb. sheep, green. Cc; sheep dry, 7V4c,
nice Best head rice. 12&c per lynx or bob cat, 15 0 30; skunk, 25c,
lb.; next grade, 10c per lb. badger
c.. r.n rnn rrra niiiaiod nacr x i. r.ii
per sack; do 13 1b3 SI. ! Even the typewriter KMtW
Salt-Coarse, $1.10 per 100; table, ; marrying her boss discovers tha she
$2 50 per 100 u'd not l"10" nlm lialf 08 we"
Flour B. B $4.25 per narrei; vvai- sue tuuugm ".
Pullman Sleepiug Cars,
Elegant Dining Cars,
Tourist Sleeping Cars.
TOI i GRAND FOBOP
' 1 ........... nU T
TTlROIIfiH TICKETS TO
and all oiuU Et and Boutb
Itrough tickets to Japan and "t"l". l
Tacoma and Nortnern raciat oi...-ik
and American Una.
Iralui leave Pendleton dally except BBa
at 7S0 p. m. . t.,1,. sum
anYtlcxeuTcall on or ritt W. tfffijg
Aiun. Oreron. or A. D. t!UAKi,iui,
Third and Morrison gu,.rottianu.r.
nallv Eaat Orteonlan, by carrier,
I . . ' . . . .T...I.
only 15 cents per ween.
Itemodoled and refurnished through
ouL Everything neat, clean and up-to-date.
Steam heat and oloctrlo
lights. Best cuisine. Prompt servlc.
H. E. BICKERS, Prop.
American plan, fj per day and "PW"
lleadauartcra fortourlil. and commercial trae
elers? Special ratea made to families and ataglj
aentlcmea. The management will be please
at all times to show rooms and give prfcee. A
saoitrn Turkish batheaublishmeotln the koial.
II, c. BOWKBB, Msas.tr.
J. L. VAUGHN
Prompt attention given and all
work executed properly.
Electrical Supplies of all kinds
OFFICII-121 WEST COURT ST.
Walter's Flouring Mills
Capacity, 160 barrels a day.
Flour exchanged for wheat.
Flour, Mill Feed, Chopped Ktti,
etc.. alwaya on hand.
TO DE SURE.
"Say, Pop, why do they call a prize-fieht a mill?"
'Because it gives work for the hands."
T. v - n C;., Druggli ta.