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I park and (hut It wail result ing In it derided advance In the price of hind. When asked about cnnilltlonH at Wivetic, ,e wild i hut Prestel & Sons had Ik-kiiii sawing lumber for the su gar fin lory (o be built there and that the brick for the fuetory. which Is to be supplied by the local brickyard, wait nearly all made and that hauling of them to the factory Bite would commence at an early time. HoIho Statesman. New Factory for I A (iramle. A largo Hflwrnlll, plunnr and box fac tory may be located at La Grande. The Observer was Informed today that the George Palmer Lumber com pany huH perfected arrangement!) to erect n largo Kuwmlll, with a capuclty of 100,000 feet per 10 hours In connec tion therewith, a large planing mill and box factory and that the work of construction would commence within a very short time. In fact has already commenced us far uh the mill Itself Is concerned, as the plans are now In course of formation. The mill Is to be of the very latest Improved and will be the largest now in operation in eastern Oregon. Our readers will notice that the first line of this article slated that this mill may be located here. It may be lo cated along the O. It. & N. line of railroad which Is now being construct ed below Elgin. Iai Orando Observer. lloih Until) Hurt. John W. Foster, who was stabbed while fighting In the Nachcs valley Monday, Is still In a critical condition. The attending physician said at noon today that his case wus still critical and thut It would be several days lie fore any certain report as to his chances could be given out. The most serious wound scenis to be the one causeil by a stab which punctured the left lung. In a case of this kind It Is hard to tell what the final outcome of the case w ill be. If any complications, uch as blood poisoning, should set In Foster would have a poor chance for life. In the meantime Foster's antagon ist, Peter McCnllum. Is In the same hospital only a few rooms away and Is himself feeling the fighting game Is not exactly the finest amusement on MONTANA WOOL SITUATION. Further Advance In I Vice Is Expected Next Year. The report comes from Iewiston, Mont., that owing to the attitude of the great majority of the woolgrowers of the Judith basin, buyers representing the big eastern houses who wore ex pected there thjls month will not come this fall. v - The growe. . have for the most part reached the conclusion that wool will be higher next Benson than It was this summer and ure not willing to contutct except at an advance over this season's figures. The very largo growers, while few In number, take the opposite view. Fergus county wool averages higher In grade thnn that produced. In, uny other part of Montana, and it brought the highest nvurage price paid this sea son. TFIir targe growers say that u still furthorjadvunco would bring the price up to iu figure where Australian wools of the Same grnde would come In com petition) with the Montana product and that the growers cannot reasonably expect the price to pass the Importing point. Howvvur, the situation In the .state at Inrrfe, and especially In this section, Is suck that- every eastern house has recalled Its buyers, and until there Is a change there will be no further con tracting for next season's clip. The best Informed men In the business say that Uie amount In this statu already under' contract Is under 1,1011,000 pounds. ENORMOUS FRUIT CROP. t Half Million Dollars I'ulil for Crop In e Southern Idaho. Nearly ,a half million dollars Is the price brought by the green fruit 01 southwestern Idaho during tne season of 11)05, says the Boise Stntcsmun. That Is tho estimate of those who are most familiar with the fruit situation In Ada, Canton and Washington coun ties. : There have been In tho nelgh borhpod of 325 curs of refrigerated fruit prunes and pears sent east from this section of Idaho, and It Is expected there will bo about 100 cars of upples sent out In addition to the earlier (rult. Tho prunes and pears have brought a gross amount, as averaged by F. V. Martin, the Idaho agent of the Karl Fruit company, of something like 11000, while It is bellovcd tho gross receipts for the cars of nples will be somewhat larger. Thus the total amount received In New York and Chlctigo and tho other eastern fruit centers for souhwestorn Idaho fruit during tho season will bo nearly If not nulla 1500.000. The net profit to the frultralser hus been about 125 per ton on tho prunes and pears, or between 1250 and $300 per car. Somothlng In the neighbor hood of $300 per car has been eaten up by freight and Icing, while pack ing, commission, duty on foreign ship ments, claims for poor conditions, etc., have consumed the balance of the amount received for the fruit la tho eastern mnrkets. The prices given, of course, are the average amounts, as near as they can the face of the earth. North Yakima Republic. Now Dormitory. C. W. Wayland, of the firm of ar chitects of Wuyland & Fennell, re turned yesterday morning from a visit to Albion. His firm la superintending the construction of tha new dormitory for the State Normal at Albion. Mr. Wayland says tho work In progressing nicely on the building. It Is under roof now so that there can be no damage dono by the ruins. Plastering Is under way and Mr. Wayland says the build ing will be ready for occupancy by tho first of the year. Ag the work pro gresses the structure takes on a more Imposing appearance and when com pleted will be very handsome. It is being built or brick with stone finish and in dimensions Is 120x80 feet, two stories besides a basement. Boise Statesman. Drouth Hurls fchoi Business. It Is stated that the continued ab sence of ruin Is becoming rather seri ous for the sheepmen who are obliged to drive across the desert to get their flocks to the winter feeding grounds. There Is no water und the drive can not be undertaken. It Is therefore necessary to hold tho sheep In the mountains, though It is time for them to be working down to the plains. Moreover, the continued dry weather has cut the fued Bhort and when the sheep get Into the plains they will find little fresh grass. This will probably make It necessary to feed more dur ing the winter than was the cose last winter. Boise Statesman. Indian Accused of Murder. Deputy United States Marshal Ouo. Baker and Policeman Kamlnskl of Spokane, arrived In the city yester day with Alex Poanc, an Indian, In custody. It will be remembered thut Poune was arrested on the Coeur d'Aleno reservation about a month ago for killing another Indian with a ri fle. He will be held here until the session of the United States court at Moscow. The officers returned to Spokane on the Owl truln last night Lcwlston Tribune. UnrtelidoT I'orfeltM Bond. Charles Wheeler, the bartender, charged with falling to close the Ex chango bar at midnight Friday morn ing, who fulled to appear In police court to answer the charge Saturday morning, again failed to put In an ap pearance yesterday, and his cash bond of $25 was declared forfeited. Boise Statesman. Our public schools are still filling up and today Superintendent Landers tells us there are 761 pupils. At the end of the quarter last year, which would correspond with last Friday, there were 743 registered, so the In crease Is marked. The Dulles Chroni cle. be estimated. Particular cars have brought much more, while some cars, claimed to have been In poor condi tion, have returned practically noth ing. Three cars - of Iduho Italian prunes were sold by the Earl Fruit company. In New York, for $1493, or an average of $1.49 per crate for the 1000 crates. The. same concern sold a car for Hartley St Richards, of Em mot t for $1472, while a car from C. J. Slnsel's packing house brought $1331 In Philadelphia. Mr. Slnsel during the season has shipped 52 cars of prunes and pears. DAILY MARKET REPORT. Buying and Selling Prices of Product In Pendleton. The following prices on produce are In effect today: ''ecs to PhmIiii ers' Hens, 7c lb. Roosters, 4c lb. Ducks, 9c lb. Geese, 7c lb. Butter, country, 50 to 60c per roll. Eggs, country, 30c doxen. Potatoes, lc lb. Dry onions, 1 l-4c lb. Selling Prices. Hens, dressed. 40c to 60c. Young chickens, dressed. 30c to 40c Eggs, 30c per dosen. Country butter, 50 to 60c per rolL Butter, creamery, 70 to 75c roll. Cabbage, 2 l-4c lb. Lettuce. 3 bunches. 10c. Tomntoes, 6 l-4c lb. Cucumbers, 30c doxen. Turnips, $1 per sack. Watermelons, 25c and 36c. Canteloupes, 10c to 15c. Potutoes, 1 l-4c lb. Dry onlnns. 2c lb. Grapes, 8 l-3c lb. Apples, $1 box. Celery, 8 l-3cc bunch. Sweet potatoes, lo lb. , Notice to Debtors. All persons Indebted to me must come forward and settle their nccounts as I must have the money nt once. I nm In a position where I am no. longer nble to carry tho nccounts. If accounts are not paid now I will have to place snmo In the hands of my at torney for collection. A. FUHRMAN. . , Not loo to Debtors. All people knowing tnemselves to he Indebted to me nre requested to call and settle at once. II. M. SLOAN, Blacksmith. Lost, Strnywl or Stolen. Irish setler pup. Owner's name scratched on collar. Missing since Sunday morning. Reward for return to Wlllnrd I'ond. Stephen Francis Gnlo, aged 93, is (lend nt Chicago. In 1835 ho opened one of the first book and stationery stores In that cltv, und he was the com piler and publisher. In 1839, of "Gale's Statutes," the first law book published In Illinois. In 1849 ho was tho vhlg candidate for mayor of Chicago, but refused to run. PHYSICIANS. J. A. BEST. PHYSICIAN AND 6UR- geon. Office over Brock & McCO' mas' drug store, formerly occupied by w intake r. DBS. SMITH & DICK OFFICE Pendleton Savings Bank building. Telephones: Main 101: residence, Main 16U; barn. Red 111. DR. R. E. RINQO, PHYSICIAN AND Surgeon. Rooms I and 4 Schmidt bull lng. 'Phone, office, Main III. 'Phone, residence. Main 13. H. VOLP, A. M., M. D., PHYSICIAN and Surgeon. Office, Association block. Rooms IS to 10. 'Phone Main 1771. DR. W. G. COLE, OFFICE IN JUDD building. Office hours, 10 to 11 flee In Judd building. Telephones: flee. Main 1171; residence. Main 1181. H. 8. GARFIELD, M. D HOMEO- pathlc physician and surgeon. Of fice In Judd building. Tenephones: Office, black 1411; residence, red 111!. DR. D. J. M'FAUL, JUDD BLOCK, telephone Mam 111; residence, black 111. DR. T. M. HENDERSON, PHY8I clan and Surgeon. Office In Sav ings Bank building, room 1. Office 'phone. Main 1411; residence, Main, 1111. DR. LYNN K. BLAKESLEH, CHRO nlo and nervous diseases and dis eases of women. Judd building, cor ner Main and Court streets. Office 'phone. Main Til; residence, Red 1161. X-Ray Therapeutics. DR. AMY CURRIN. PHYSICIAN and Surgeon. Office, Room 6, new Schmidt block. Office hours, 1 to I p. m. 'Phone S14. Diseases of worn en and confinement cases. OSTEOPATHS DRS. O. S. fe EVA Hoislngtnn. Graduate Klrksvlll school. Suite 10-11 Despaln block 'Phone Red 3181. All diseases treat ed. BATHS. VAPOR BATHS, SALT GLOWS. VIA vl rubs and massage treatment Phone Red 2102, or address Mrs. F H. Sawtelle. 620 Cosble street. DENTISTS. DRS. COLLIER A SWINBURNE Dentists. Smith-Crawford building DR. M. 8. KERN. DENTAL 8UR geon. Office, room 15 Judd build ing. 'Phone, black 1181. E. A. VAUGHAN, DENTIST. OF flce In Jtdd building!. 'Phone res 1411. VETERINARY SURGEONS. VETERINARY SURGEON DR. D. C. McNabb. Office at Tallman's drug store. T. J. LLOYD, D. V. 8., VETERINART Surgeon anu Dentist, The only graduate veterinarian practicing in Pendleton. Office at Brock A McCo mas' drug store. Residence telephone Main 111. RANKS AND BROKERS. THE PENDLETON SAVINGS BANK Pendleton, Ore. Organised March 1, 1889. Capital, $100,000; surplus. $100,000. Interest allowed on all time deposits. Exchange bought and sold on all principal points. Special at tention given to collections. W. J Furnish, president; T. J. Morris, vice president; J. A. Borle. cashier; J. W. Maloney, assistant cashier. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF PEN dleton. Capital, surplus and undi vided profits, $260,000.00. Transacts a general banking business. Exchange bought and sold on all parts of the world. Interest paid on time deposits. Makes collections on reasonable terms. Levi Ankeny, president; W. F. Matlock, vice-president; G. M. Rice, cashier; George Hartman, Jr.. assistant cashier. v FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF ATHE na, Oregon. Capital. $60,000: sur plus and profits, $11,600,000. Inter est on time deposits. Deals In foreign and domestic exchange. Collections promptly attended to. Henry C. Ad ams, president; T. J. Kirk, vlce-presi- den.; s. LUrow, cashier; I. M. Kemp, assistant cashier. INSURANCE AND LAND BUSINESS HARTMAN ABSTRACT CO., MAKES reliable abstracts of title to all lands In Umatilla county. Loans on city and farm property. Buys and sells all klndJ or real estate. Does a gen eral brokerage business. Pays taxes and makes Investments for non-resl dents. Reference, any bank In Pen dleton. JAMES JOHNS. Pres. W. S. HEXNINOER, Vlcc-Pres. C. II. MARSH, Sec. J. M. BENTLEY REPRESENTS THE oldest and most reliable fire and accident Insurance companies. Office with Hartman Abstract Co. JOHN HAILEY, jn U. 8. LAND Commissioner. Specialty made of land filings and proof. Insurance and collections. Office In Judd Lulld lng, room 16. FRATERNAL ORDERS. B. P. O. ELKS, PENDLETON LODGE No. 288. Regular meetings first and third Thursdays f each month. All brothers visiting In the city most cordially Invited to attend. Hall In LaDow block, Couit street Thomas Fits Gerald, E. R.; C. E. Bean, Sec. PENDLETON LODGE NO. 61 A. F. ft A. M., meets the first and third Mnnd.ys of each month. All visiting brethren are Invited. MARBLE AND GRANITE WORKS. MONTERASTELL1 BROS.. MARBLE and Granite works. Monuments of sll descriptions. Ornamental and cut stone for hulldlngs. Examine our work; 709 East Court street. GENERAL REPAIR SHOP. "SQUARE DEAL SHOP" BTCYCLI' and genernl repairing. Wall paper cleaning a speclnlty. Knives, scissors nnd tools shnrponed. All work guar. anteed. J. H. Henselmnn, 318 West Webb St. 'Phone Red 3351. Classified Advertisements BRING CERTAIN and QUICK RESULTS ATTORNEYS. H. J. BEAN, ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Taylor's hardware store Pendleton, Oregon. JAMES A. FEE, LAW OFFICE I Judd building. HAILEY ft LOWELL, ATTORNEY at law. Office in Despaln block. JOKN W. McCOURT. ATTORN HIT at Law. Association building. CARTER A RALEY, ATTORNEYS at Law. Office in Savings Bank building. JAMES B. PERRY, ATTORNEY Al Law. Office over Taylor's hard ware store. WINTER A COLLIER, LAWYERS Office, rooms 7 and 8. Association building. JOHN H. LAWREY. ATTOK.NEV AT umce, Bavin,, Bank buidlng STILLMAN PIERCE, ATTOR neya at Law. Mr. Stlllman has been admitted to practice In United State patent offices, and makes a speclalt) of patent law. Rooms 10, 11, 12 and 13, Association block. GEORGE W. COUTTS, LATK COUN ty Attorney from Idaho. Civil and criminal law. Estates settled, wills deeds, mortgages and contracts drawn. collections maue. Koom II, Schmidt block. R. J. SLATER, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Offices In Despaln building, at head of stairs. S. A. NEWBERRY, ATTORNEY AT Law. Offices in Association block. Main street. G. W. PHELPS, DISTRICT ATTOR- ney. Offices with John McCourt In Association block. ARCHITECTS AND BUILDERS. HOWARD A SWINGLE, ARCHI- tects and Architectural Engineers. Practical and reliable plans and speci fications and thorough superintend ence of all kinds of building and con struction. Taylor Building, corner Main and W er streets. C. E. TROUTMAN, ARCHITECT and Superintendent. Room 11 Judd building. Pendleton, Oregon. D. A. MAY. CONTRACTOR AND Builder. Estimates furnished on all kinds of masonry, cement walks, stone walls, etc. Leave orders at East Oregontan office. T. M. KELLER. PLASTERING AND cement walks a specialty. Esti mates furnished free. Work guaran teed. Leave orders at Goodman cigar store. Main stre L P. O. Box 104. D. NICHOLS, ARCHITECT ROOM 3, Association block. BROKER. J. B. DESPAIN, MERCHANDISE Broker and Manufacturers' agent. Office with Clark A Rees, Main street. next to E. O. block. "Phono Main 1741. PAWN BROKERS. UNCLE TOM'S PLACE, OPPOSITE Pendleton Steam Laundry Unre deemed pledges sold. Clothes, watch es, pistols, guns. Cheapest place In Pendleton. PLUMBING. GOODMAN-THOMPSON CO. 8ANI- - tary Plumb.rs, 641 Main St. All work first-class. Best material Uked. Prompt service. Sewer connections made. 'Phone Main 111. 1 1 VERY AND FEED STABLE. COMMERCIAL LIVERY, FEED AND Sale Stables. Slmonton Bros. A Corley, Props. Boarding horses by day, week or month a specialty. First class livery turn-outs. Aura street, between Webb and Alta. 'Phone Black 2921. CITY LIVERY STABLE. ALTA ST. Carney & Kennedy, Props. Livery, feed and sales stable. Good rigs at all times. Cab line In connection. Phone Main 701. SECOND-HAND DEALERS. V. STROBLE, DEALER IN 8ECOND hand goods. If there Is anything you need in new and second-hand furniture, stoves, granlteware and crockery, call and get his price. No. ' 13 Court street. WANTED TO BUY YOUR 8EC-oni-hand goods. Graham A Hunt er, at Old Basler stand. COMMISSION HOUSE. COLUMBIA PRODUCE CO., DEAN Tatum, manager. Office at Pendle ton Ice A Cold Storage plant. Dcaicis In fruit, vegetables and dairy products 'Phone Main 178. HOARDING AND LODGING. ATHENA HOTEL LEADING Ho tel In the city. $1.00 and $1.60 per day. H. P. Mlllen, proprietor. HELIX HOTEL, UNDER N.'. . MAN agement. Good me"ls n" clean beds. If yoj come once .not will keep a-comlng. Only while i,. ip em ployed. Especial attention "lven to commercial travelers. Mr. ana Mrs. J. P. Navln, proprietors. FUNERAL DIRECTORS. M. A. RADER, FUNERAL DIRhi' tor and licensed embnlmer. Grad uate of the Chicago College of Em balming. Corner Main and Webb streets. 'Phone Main 130. Funeral parlors In connection. BAKER A FOLSOM. FUNERAL Di rectors Bud licensed emhalmers. Opposite postofflce. Funeral parlor. Tw'o funeral cars. Calls responded to dny or night; 'Phone Main 75. CHINESE LAUNDRY. SLOM KEE. CHINESE LAUNDRY man. Family washing a specialty. All work done hv hand, and first- class. Goods called for and delivered 408 Court street. SEWING MACHINES. ED EBEN. WHOLESALE AND RE tall dealer In sewing machines and supplies. 209 East Court street, Pen ' eton, Oregon. WANTED. SALESMAN WANTED CASH AD vanced weekly; good territory open, outfit free. Some are making $100 to $160 per month. Why not you? Ad dress Washington Nurserv Comnanv Toppenlsh, Washington. WANTED MEN AND WOMEN TO learn tha La rha, i.u I a SnlenrtlH nnnn,inlil.. n .1 . . . . earn $16 to $25 weekly. Spokane Bar- uer oiiege, luj f ront avenue, Spo kane. WANTED INSTALLMENT COL lector for merchandise accounts good salary and expenses. Address juanuracturer, P. o. Box 1027, Phila delphia, Pa. WANTED A WELL EDUCATE! young man wants oosltlon as clerk Address W. L. Jones, Box 171, Pilot Rock. Oregon. FOR SALE. FOR SALE 300 ACRES GOOD wheat land at $60 per acre: two miles from town; good terms. Crag head & Hayes. Athena, Ore. FOR SALE A SPAN OF HALTER broke driving hor s. Apply u. Mrs. B. Cunnln&rham. nr nt nnteh Henry Feed Yard. FOR RENT. 'OK RENT FURNISHED HOUSB keeping rooms. Call at 501 Clay St FOR RENT SUITE UNFURNISH- ed housekeeping rooms in East Ore- gonlan building. Apply at this office ELECTRICIANS. J. L. VAUGHAN, ELECTRICIAN Wiring of all descriptions and elec trical work of all kinds prompty done. Full line of electrical supplies, includ ing chandeliers, door bells, etc. Sat isfaction guaranteed. 120 West Court Btreet. Mllarkey building. MUSIC STUDIO. PROF. O. H. HARTUNG. STUDIO for mandolin, guitar and violin Hours 10 a. m. to 9 p. m. Scht'lldt block. Rooms 8, . Over Great East ern store. ENGRAVED CARDS. ENGRAVED CARDS, INVITATION8 etc very latest styles. Leave or dera at East Oregontan office. CARPET CLEANING. TIME FOR FALL HOUSE-CLEAN- ing to begin. Expert carpet cleaner and feather renovator. Open for bus iness September 20. E. Blanchet, cor ner Ray and Jackson streets. 'Phone Ked Z7ZZ. CLEANING AND DYEING WORKS. PENDLETON STEAM CLEANING A uyeing Works. 208 Alta street. Carr and Gault, props, join the suit club and pay by the month. Ladles' fine garments a speolaltv. Prices rieht. Work called for and delivered. Phone Main ism. MISCELLANEOUS. PENDLETON IRON WORKS RE pair work on all kinds of machines structural Iron work and machine castings. Junction of Court ano Aifi streets. Marlon jack, Pres.; h Zleger, Mgr. SUBSCRIBERS TO MAGAZINES. IF you want to subscribe to magaslner or newspapers In the United States oi Europe, remit by postal note, check or send to the EAST OREGONIAN the net publisher's price of the pubil cation you desire, and we will have n sent you and assume all the risk ol the money being .oat In the mails. Ii will save you both trouble and risk If you are a subscriber to the EAST OREGONIAN In remitting you can deduct 10 per cent from the publish er's nrtee. Address EAST OREGON- LAN PUB. CO., Pendleton Oregon. WANTED CLASSIFIED ADS, SUCH as help wanted; rooms or housei for rent; second-hand goods for sale. In fact, any want you want to get tilled, the East Oregontan wants youi want ad. Rates: Three lines on time. 16 cents; two times, 25 cents six times, 45 cents. Five lines on time, 25 cents; two times, 36 cents six times. 75 cents. Count six word? to the line. Send your classified ad- to the office or mall to the East Ore gontan, enclosing silver or stamps t cover the amnunt. SCHEDULE OF PEN DLETON-UKIAH Stage I fnr .41.. ..1 tWIWi.O IS...... t . . iwlih. .cetit HtioUsr. 8tam a-arca fn dletoo at 7 a. tn., arrive at ( slab at I p. ffl. Hetoro ataite leava Lxlaa st a , arrives at renaaietuo a p. m. reedletoD to Tklab. S3: round trln. 1A Pradietuo to Alba. -.;&; round trip, !,. Fendlton to Rlrtge, 82; round trip, $8 So IVndletoa to Nre. II. All: round trio. 12.50 I'nndletoa to Pilot Bock, $1 ; roaad trip II M. Offtre at Rrark A MrCnmas' Prnt Rtora mam chichcstcr'S eNCLiSM Pennyroyal pills .V-.-v rlitnsil autt Unlr .. fiM Vi.U fcr CUUIIKSTKlfS 1.M.I.ISH NaltfC '0 HKD tu t l.i.M nirtmlhe Wi-. ai. M wj lnBrrou HnboiliiHluriM and I ml la w ,,UJ ot JV"T or -rfi t Af. ik W ,u,nl" ,,,r I'xfllrtiliirn, TcBtlraarilaW l fJ ntl "Itrllel for Lnillrs," in Utit. r ra- X Lr turn Wall. 1 .om I. .iiiboiI Sold bf nil lru(im. 4 hlrhratrr ( hrtnlral '. HUmUIhI'i Hi'Imi htjuar. I'llll . 14. V'nnft'A dnnffl? Donmn pAnmiln. r-uanivfc tunc PorTpli.irmatlon orOrrb of tha bladtltanti DlM-an Ki.inr. V . m ... , Curt quickly a.nJ J-rruii the worst cufi 4iuorrhna nr1 ii e1 ro maitt rut bow Iojj: itDt fl"M by liruKg'iil. Pnc 'ii, or ni.ui, poatp.u.f w, j oors , f..o. f JftHTU-PfPSIH Cf! ItltorK rcMS CO.. ltniKgii nIEN AND WOMEN. Vm BWrO for unnatural rlferiArr-si.innitnimatiant, Irritation! or uicvratioiii of mo com mrntbranai. 1'air.lflM, ami not uuti lTntEveilCHii'ri(h, otor pouonou. or trt.. Id plain rupV, tT xprvi, rrtplilt lot II iU. ur J tHUI, ilYUlitX aaut uu r-.l'rTti VW QuarmaiMd V M. 1 twt to iineur. rriTrau t -DMtloa. l"ViKaiiiri,o. iB."J OREGON ShoitLim BUNION PACIFIC TWO TRAINS TO THE EAST DAILY Through Pullman standard al Tourist HleeDera rtnllv In rim a Ha mnj Chicago; tourist sleeper dally to Kan sas City; through Pullman tourist sleeping cars (personally conducted) WeeklV tn Phlfftrn. pni.lnln hnl cara (seats free) to the East dally. TIME SCHEDULE FROM P END LB- TON. EASTBOUND. No. 2. Ch'caen Rnorlnl ni-rivn. la p. m.; depat, 1:40 p. m. No. 6. Mall A Express, arrives 4:61 p. .; depart, III. E8TBOUND. No. 1. PortUnd Snac.laL -.i-Hma 1-la a. m.; departs, 1:60 a. m. no. 6. Mail A Express, arrives 11 p. in.; departs, 11 p. m. SPOKANE DIVISION. NO. 7. Pendleton nnnuilMf Innn 5:36 p. m. N 8, Spokane passenger, departs, I aw m. WALLA WALLA BRANCH. Sneclal nunnerm- arrlvnn llu n m.; departs 6:45 p. m. Morning train connects with No. 1. Evening train connects wltn No. t. No. 7 connects with No. I. OCEAN AND RTVFR SCHEDULE. IKUM PORTLAND. All Bailing dates subjects to change. For San Francisco every five days. SNAKE RIVER. Rlnaria to Lewlsrnn Tnava ntnmtm dall, except Saturday. 4:06 a. m. Leave Lewlston dally, except Fri day, 7:00 a. m. E. C. SMITH. Agent, Pendleton YOU WILL BE SATISFIED WITH TOUR JOCKXET If your tickets read over the Den ver and Rio Orande railroad. Us "Scenic Line of the World." BECAUSE There are so many scenic attractions and points of Interest along the line between Ogden and Denver that the trip never becomes tiresome. If you are going east, write for In formation and get a pretty book that will tell you all about It W. O. M'liRIDE, General Agent, 124 Third Street, Portland. Oregon RUNS PULLMAN SLEEPING CAR ELEGANT DINING CARS TOURIST SLEEPING CARS , ST. PAUL MINNEAPOLIS DULUTH FARGO TO GRAND FORKS CROOKSTON WINNIPEG HELENA and BUTTE THROUGH TICKETS TO CHICAGO WASHINGTON PHILADELPHIA NEW YORK BOSTON And all points East and South. Through tickets to Japan sad China, via Tacoms and Northern 1'aclflc BtaamsV-n Co. and Amerksa Una. TIME SCHEDrLiS. Trains leave Pendleton dally except Sunday at 6 p. m. For farther Information, tlna earsa. aiatsi and tirketa, call on or write W. Adama, 1'endleton. Oregon, or A. II. CHARLTOM, Third and Vorrlaon Bta.. Hortlaad. Or. Washington & Columbia River Railroad TAKE THIS ROUTE KOR Chicago, St. Paul, St. UiuK Kanaa City, St. Joseph, Omaha and ALL POINTS EAST AND SOITH Portland anil Points on tlie Sound. TIME CARD. Arrive Monday, Wednesday and Fri day, i2.16 p. m. On Tuesday, Thurs ituy and Saturday, 10.15 n. m. Leava at 5 p. m. dully. Leave Walla Walla 6:16 p. m. lor cast. Arilve Walla Wnlla at 9 a. in. iron) west For Information r't:ardtni ratea sal ('Miitulfttlona. call on or ariilrtae V .MUSIS, nat I'endletna, Oragoa a. b. CAt.nFnnRAn. o. p a.. Walla Walla, W'aahlnstoo.