East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, March 21, 1902, Image 7

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    Classified Advertisements
, COUNT SIX AVERAGE WORDS TO THE LINE.
b PROFESSIONS AND TRADES ALPHABETICALLY ARRRANGED.
Business Cards and Societies
FOR SALE.
Bifii.nicfti.WIJ jr.yllN. WITH
, OAliU VJ . vr --- - - ----- -
nnli . I i r- T-r. it V In titter-
rave to six horse ooivor. l.'on.imlcal In
f:oo f fii. Price i!r0. I.nst Orcion.
office, Pendleton.
ciirn in rrtTT! PART nnROONIAJS
Ice, large bundles of newspapers yon-
Bg 'over- 1UU Die papers vau irc rawuw
cents a ounaie.
SALti NEW CnlCAGO TXTBWRJT
' universal key board, first class raa
l Take n loot at It Thirty dollars
buy It East Oreconlan office.
NKWSPAURItS TO TUT UIsPEIl
pets, on shelves, vrann, or ior winy
rpnrnoew. Old ncwBiuinerB in 'n,
I 01 one mimiruu t-nui nt.y.M-,,i:
lit the KAST OIIKGONUN office.
i, Orcpon-
FRATERNAL ORDERS.
ROYAL NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA
Wlldwood Camp. No. 2.133. meets sec
ond and fourth Sntnrdars of mc'i month.
In llendrlck's Hnll. Mrs. Ida Holcomb,
Oracle; airs. Kettle Hobbim. j.ocoraer.
OMAT1M.A TKNT. NO. 27. K O. T. V.
Meets In Secret Society Hall, seoDJ and
roni-tli TupRdavs of each month. All vrs-
Itlne Sir Knlchts cordially Invited. J. 8,
Kees, Record Keeper: E, D. Estabrook,
Commander.
REDMEN OMAHALKS TRIRE, NO. 18
-r-Mects every Tuesday night in Hen
drlck's Hall. Roy W. Rltner, Keeper of
Records.
WANTED.
srk ArVT!TlTIKF.TlS TO MAKE USE
ese classified columns. -If yon hayo
(npr you imve no use ior, ouw w
Kt for somethlnK that some other
ay have- and have no use .ior, Bomc
bnt you mny need In your business.
t,n.n nn arttH llftfSlA Tllfir Villi
lsh to trade for a cow or a vehicle.
may have tne cow ana vemcie
Evfant add' will probably do the
PHYSICIANS.
f!OT,E. OKFTCB IN JTTDD
Offlre hnnra. 10 to 12 m. ',
, m. Telephone 77.
F.n. M. T).. DESPAIN BLOCK.
and corrects eve troubles catar-
ndltlonx and Impaired unarms.
arrectly fitted for xerractive er-
f3. RMITH, nrriCE OVIBR TFfE
nn Snrlnpn Rankf TeleDUone 30 !
, telephone 81.
3ARFIKLD. M D,, HOMRPPATH-
Phvslnlan nnd Surceon. O.Tice -In
hnlldlnc. Tpienhone: umce. o:acK
rfdonce. black 24.
iLIA'M HOUSE. PHYSICIAN ANT
nn. omen, room vn Judfl iimin-
Muln.2, Residence Phono Kca,Z3.
PRDLETON LODGE. NO. 52. A. F. nd
A. M., meets first nnd third Mondays cf
each month, visiting orjraren wecome. r.
J. Tweedy W, M., Joe H. I'ftrlcw.
TENDLETON CHAPTER, 23 T. C
Tavlor. H. P.. F. P. Wamslev. Secretary
Meets first and fourth Friday of each
montn in Masonic uall.
PENDLETON COMMANDERY, NO. 7.,
Pcbert Forsteft E. C, W. E. Carter, Sec
retary. Meets first an.1 third Friday of
each month in Masonic nan.
1I0NEERS OF THE PACIFIC W1L
11am Martin Encampment, No. 1. Meets
every Wednesday ar uenancKi uan.
Mrs. L. F. Lampkln, Secretary.
DAMON LODGE, NO. 4. KNIGHTS OF
Pythias. J. F. Nowlln. C. C,: li. W.
Fletcher, K. of R. ie S. Meets evrry
Monday In Secret Society Hall.
MODERN WOODMEN 0F AMERICA -Tutullla
Camp, No. 039D. Meets first and
third Saturdays of each- month at Hen
drlck's Hall. George -A. Hamblln, Con
sul; G. A. Bobbins. ClerET
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD REGULAR
nieetlntrs of Pendleton Camp No. 41, W
O. W-, are held iu Odd Fellows hall every
Tuesday evening Visltlri? nelghlioM are
always welcome. J. P, Walker, Clerk, J.
P. Earli C C.
BANKS AND BROKERS.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF ATHENA,
Oregon. Capital, $50,000; surplus and
. I profits, $6000. Interest on time deposits.
' DealB In foreign and domestic exchange.
Collections- promptly attended to. Henry
WFAnr. nnnr 17 ASSOCIA1-' r- Adams, president; T. .1. Kirk, vlce-pres-rAWoTMali
OsTresl-. iJ6"- cash,er; F" fi Lecfrow'
IN" TH1SSK ri'-TO-DATK UAYS.
Applicant for Cook's PIhco What Is the iiddress of your Inst cook?
Mistress of the HousoWhy do you want to fcnnw thntT
Anpllcnnt 1 jvnnt to get your reference from hep
il
OIBCE-TMDE
-P,
Lblork,
elephonc, blnck 101
M HENDERSON. PnYBICIAN
snrjteon,- specinirips eye. ear. nose
. nmre in savings nans Duna-
tione Mnln 33.
'ATHIC
Keyes.
, Store.
PHYSICIANS. DRS.
Offlce one block west of
K'K IT rT.ATrrcST.T"Yi!- PHTHiNTC
nervous auenRes ooa oiReaRs oi
Onn. Hotel Pendleton, cor.
Mn Sts., Pendleton. Ore.
Water
Phone
IITECTS AND BUILDERS.
TOWARD. ARCHITECT AND SU-
tehdent. mnkes complete and roll
mis for hnlldlncs In the city or
Room 17, Jndd building.
THE PENDLETON SAVINGS BANK,
Pendleton Oregon. Organized March' 1,
isaw: capital, sou.uuu; surplus, u,uuu,
Interest allowed on time deposits. Ex
chnnge bought and Bold on all principal
points. Special attention given to collec
tions, w. J. Furnish. ? president : J. N.
Teal, vice-president; T. J. Morris, cashier.
! i
THE FARMERS BANK OF WESTON,
Weston, Oregon. Does a general bank
ing Dusmess. uxenange oongnt ana sola.
uuiiecuons promptly attended to. b.
Jameson, president; Geo. W. Proebstel,
vice-president : J. it. Kiieore. cashier: di
rectors, G. A. Hartman, M. M.- Johns, T,
J. Price, G. D. Graw, J. F. Kllgore1, Ttobert
Jameson, u. v. noeoste;.
: COLE. CONTRACTORS AND
era. Estimates furnished on snort
Job work a specialty. Prompt
MAY . CONTRACTOR AND
sr. Estimates furnished on an
masonry, cement walks, stone
-.J HAn 1. 1.1, l T.'1 , I
, M ucin u uu tcAi. rl &.wv
an office.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF PENDLE
ton. Capital $70,000; surplus, $85,000.
Transacts a general banking business. Ex
change and telegraphic transfers sold on
Chicago, San Francisco, New York and
principal points in the northwest Drafts
drawn on China, Japan and Europe.
Makes collections on reasonable terms.
Levi Ankeny, "president; W. F. Matlock,
rlce-presldcnt : C. B. Wade, cashier; H. C.
Onernsey, assistant cashier. V
ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES.
BROS.. COURT STREET. LA
lock, electricians, dealers In elec-
nnlles. Houses, stores wired for
Chts. bells or telephones. Elertrl
all kinds. Get our prices. Ite-
a specialty.
V AND FEED STABLES.
CIAL STABLER. O. W. FROOME
Ulvery feed and Boarding. All kinds
Competent drivers. Opposite Ho-
lleton. Telephone 1G.
LIVERY. FEED AND SA0ES
. First class iln-19 rnd double
all oeeastons. fl27 Cottmwood St.
;Maln 7. Evlln Craig, Prop.
STABLES. T. W, AYE S3. PROP..
feed and boarding. The best
In the cltv. .Alt St.. between
: Cottonwood Sts. Phone, Main' 0.
HIDES, PELTS AND JUNK.
YOU CAN GET THE HIGHEST MAR
ket price for your hides, pelts and all
kinds of junk, such as rubber, brass, cop
per, lead, zinc, rags and bottles. Iron of
jill kinds a specialty. You can bring in
50 cents worth of old rags or ship In
$500 worth of bides and will be treated
In the same way. We have come here to
stay. Give us a cal and you will be satis
ed. L. Shank & Co., office and warehouse
next to Eastern Hotel, Pendleton, Ore.
Telephone, Red 221.
SECOND HAND DEALERS.
GEORGE O'DANIEC. NEW AND SECOND
hand goods bought and void. Couit St.,
Opera house block. Call and sea me.
. , fc , :
V. BTROBLE, DEALER IN SECOND
band, goods. If there Is anything you
need In new or second hand furniture,
stoves, granite ware and crockery, call and
get his prices. No. 212 -Court St
Local Market . Prices.
The following ?hows the prlcoB
paid on tho local market:
Turnips, 75c per sack.
Parsnips, 75c per sack.
Gabbage, 4c lb.
Cheese, per lb., 20c.
Onions, per cwt, $2.
Beets, per lb., ,lc.
Potatoes, per cwt, $1.601.75.
Apples, per box, $1.50.
Horse radish, 12 c lb.
Gzrllck, lZygC lb.
Sweet potatoes, 5c per lb.
Sauer. Kraut, ,40c. per gallon.
Pendleton Livestock and Poultry.
Chickens, hens, per doz., ?45.
Roosters, $5.50 to $4.50.
Turkeys, per lb., 10.
Geese, per doz., ?9.
Spring chickens, per doz., $3.60.
Ducks, per ' doz., $3;76.
Pigeons, per doz., $1.50. -
Eggs, 1215c intrade.
Butter, 50 65c per roll.
Choice beoi cattle, wetc.
Cows, per hundred, $3.10.
Steers, $4.
Hogs, live, 5c
Hogs, dressed, 6c.
Calves, dressed. 7 to 8c
from boarding the car. rh-3i ho. Wild
brought to this city by tonm llo la
badly broken out with, tho disease.
TWO LINES.
1 time 15c
2 times 20o
1 week J........30O
THREE LINES.
1 time 20
2 times 30e
1 week 450
Extra lines: 10 cents each a week; 25 cents a line per month.
THE MEXICAN
It
PECCARY.
Anything,
TRANSPORTATION LINES.
Pendleton Retail Grocery Prices;
Sugar rCane granulated, best $5.25
per sack; do., 16 lbs $1; best granu
lated, $5.25 per sack; do., 10 lbs.,.$l.
Coffee Mocha and-Java, best, 40c
per lb; next grade, 35c lb; lower
grades coffee, 25 to 15c lb; package
coffee, 15c lb.
Rice Best. head rice, 12 c per lb;
next grades 8 l-3c per lb.'
Salt Coarse, $1.35 per 100; table,
$2.20 per 100.
Flour, B. B., $3.40 per bbl.
Flour. Walter's, $3.40 per bbl.
Mover Turns Ont for
Slim or HeitNt.
"Tho most vtolouH and fenrloRs of the
brute creation Is the peceury, or wild
hog of Mexico," said C. V. Uartlett, of
Laredo, 'lY.x. "This utiinml seems ut'
tcrly devoid of the emotion of fenr. 1
hnvo never seen it turn a hair's breadth
out of Its path for any living thing.
Man Is it special bete noire. It dls-J
plays an Intelligence in lighting tho4
human strangely at vartanee with Its
apparently complete lack of any mental
attributes, tsave tho very lowest order
of instinct, lhey are rarely found sing
ly, but go in droves of from a hundred
to thousands. Their ability to scent
men s particularly marked. I have
known o drove of tllC!" ia Bcea Bn 11
mile oft and strike as straight for him
as tho arrow Hies. There Is no use to
tfv to frighten them with guns. The
eonnOnnding of a full battery would
have no mre effect on them than the
noimine di firecracker. Tho only
thing to do whn tW get after you Is-
to run away from ;" ns mst. as a
horse can carry you. AivJ thu there is
no certainty that they won't ciJtch you.
I K FEKP BTABLKfl, SATISFACTION
knteed f.lp Aurn.Pt., bet. wCbb and!
P Hartshorn nroo. Many rears ex-
ce In this business.
W. S. .BOWMAN, LEADING PBOTOGRA
.pher'of the. city. Harvest views, Indian
photos' for sale. Finishing done 'for ama
teurs. Main St. near bridge. Phone. Red
L270.
N FEED VAKP. W, T. BOYNTOW
8pnll care given horses left- with
jwer Webb streot " Rhone Red. 201.
CABS AND CARRIAGES.
CAR LINTS.' KItWTN BAKISR. PKOP.
pnone main iv, a. xne uepox jivery
DENTIST8.
.VAHOHAN. DENTIST, OKFICB IN
onuain.
MANN, PKNTIRT. IN ARSOOIA
block, over P. B. Clopton'i offlce.
ESTAURANT8 AND CAFES.
Ieorgr nrsTAnnANT. PTnifTLT
trlass. W. W. Psng'jfn, Prop. Msi
nrs. .uu junin wr, -lei, Main ,13,
, TjORNEYS.
in u PALRV. ATTORNRYP AT
umce in Savings Rank building.
LOWRLL. ATTORNEY AT
Room 14 Asssoclatlon block, Pea-
Jregon. - -
I A TLB Y. LAWYKR. nwmo.to TK
.building. iPecdletoo., Oregon. '"
IKBLTOY. ATTORNRY 'T LAW.
in Association Clock.
fOYD, .AXTORNJC AT LjA.W 111
IRBDER, ATTORNEY At UW,
ton.' uretron.
fcA.r FEB, LAW OFFICE JN.4UDD
PH0T,O'GRAPHERS.
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papers In the United Htates or Europe,
remit by postal note, check or . send to the
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If you are a subscriber to the EAST ORB
GONIAN, In remitting you can deduct ten
per cent . from the publisher's price Ad
drees. EAST. OBEGONI AN PUB. CO., Pen
dleton, Oregon.
IN POUND-THE HEREINAFTER DE
described stock has been taken up by the
City marshal and will be sold at the expiration
of ten days for costs and expenses.'
One bay nmre, one year old, branded clrclo it
on left shoulder, -welvht about 000 pounds, .
Dated Vurch21,19 2.
JOE BLAKLEV, Marshal,
MEDICAL
IF YOUR HAIR 18 TURNING GRAY, DON'T
pull It .out. IT HUKI'dl "Gray hairs are
honorable, though not always desirable " The
only preparation that will positively restore
the original eoler to gray or faded hair Is the
renownediMARVKLT' II IR TON1C.-R natur
llislr restorative (not abalr dyc) It prompt
ly stops hair falling ou(, nrcveptiug JjalduebS
and CORES daudrutf, too-or money 'returned,
Tulrt wears of saccms: no failures. Four dls.
tlnct-vltal virtues in every full pint bottle, all
for II, Express prepaid, Address. H.QUINN
Si CO., Bale Props., 49 Pine St., CJiIcttgofclll.
- .
Br. -Wllllum.' laMtkt
cure Bllnd,rilee41u,
abaArba the tiuaora. Al
larstUe ltcblDsrirtuo),
acts as s jpouUlce, irlves
lustao relief. pr.AVIl
11am' IKUI AN 1'IJLK
r-v wswitsajEXS is pre-
7 mrtruoa asa licuiiwei iuo privaieparw.
k wsrranvua." eo.a eraruKKi
makes a. aeoUUT of
ma in. 11 14 uiMt law.
PrKROK,. ATWRNHYH
Mr. HtlUman hajr bajui? Ami.
racttce In United ' ffrtaW HSfiat
m
Skins, Hides arid Pelts.
Portland, March 20. Sheepskins
Shearings, 1520c; short wool, 25
35c; medium wool, 3060c; long
wool, 60c$l each.
Hides Dry hides, No. ly 16 pounds
and up, 15lti-c per pound; dry kip,
No. 1, 5 to 15 pounds, lbc;.ry calf,
No. 1, under 5 pounds, 16c; dry salt
ed bulls .and stags one-third less than
dry flint; salted hides, steers, sound,
60 pounds and ovr, 89c; 60 to 60
pounds, 78c; under 60 pounds
and cows, 7c; stags and' bulls, sound,
55c; lJpsound, 15 to 30 pounds,
vc; veai, sound, iu to li pounds, tc;
calf, sound under 10 pounds, 8c;
green (unsalted), 1 c perpound less;
culls, one cent per pound less; horse
bides. Baited, each $1.50 2; dry,
each $11.E0; olts hides, each, 25
50c; goat skins, common, each,, 100
15c; Angora, with wool on, eacb.,25
$1.00.
Pelts Bear skins, as t j size. No. .1,
each $520; cubs,- f$25; badger,
each, 1040c; wildcat, each, 2530c;
house cat, 510c; fox, common gray,
3060c; do red, each, $1,500)2; do,
cross, each, $516; do silver aqd
black, each, $100! 200; fishers, each,
$56; lynx; each, $23; mink,
strictly No. l.,-each 30c1.26; mar
ten, dark northern; $612; marten,
pale pine, according to size and co-.
lor'$J1.6i3; muskrats, large, each,
JiQc; skunks, each, 2530c; civet
Lor polecat, each, 5(310c; otter for
Targe "prime "skins, each, $537; pan
ther, wltL head and claws perfect,
each, $2.0035.00; raccoon, for large
prime, 303Ec; wolf, mountain, with
head perfect, each, $3.50
5; wolf, prairie (coyote) with head
perfect, each, 40 60c; wolf, prairie,
(coyoter without head perfect, each,
30g35c; wolverine, each $47; beav
er, ?er akin, large, $66; do medium,
$34; do small, $11.60; do kits,
5075c.
Central Illinois Teachers Meet.
Peorln. 111., March 21. -reorla Is
entertaining tho largest convention
he history of the Central Illinois
Teacher' Association. Nearly two
thousand delegu!cs &d visitors, In
eluding representative8 from ovoiy
city, town and village In tho terri
tory embraced by the assocfttfton,
filled the coliseum when tho gather
ing was called to order at 9:30 this
morning. Tho aduress of welcome
was by Dr. N. C. Doughorty, super
intendent of tho Peoria schools and
former nresldnnt. nf tho nssnolntlnn.
Papers on educational topics were
presented by Livingston C. Lord,
president of the' eastern Illlonls Stato
Normal School, and Alfred Bayllss,
state suporlritedent of public instruc
tion. The appointment of commit
tees occupied tho remainder of tho
morning session. After luncheon
the cenventldn divided Into separate
conferences for the discussion of
mnttora nf tVnrflnillnr Intnrnaf fn tin
county superintendents, city super- f ht,m in, thc rceH that day and through
Intondents and principals, high the niBht' T,1y circled around the
school teachers. primary school irco grununfr aim Kqueitunp tiieir tie
teachers and teachers qf music. light at the prospect of a fenst. Ilesoon
This evening the association will exhausted his ammunition, and
listen to an address on "Co-Operation brought down a peccary at each-lire,
of the. Home and tho School" by Dr. llt this lmd no terror for the beasts.
Nicholas Murray Butler, tho new I Along toward morning the brutes bo
president of Columbia university. j Bnn to -at the ones he hud killed, and
" i when they thus satisfied the cravings
Heavyweights to Meet. ' of their stomachs they f twined in line
Philadelphia, March 21. Those ' nnd trotted oiY. If they lmd not had
old-time heavyweight rivals, Peter fime of their own number to devour
Maher and Gi.s Ruhlln, aredown for they would have guarded that tree Until
a six-round go at Industrial Hall to- my friend, through sheer exhaustion,
night, and, notwithstanding tho fact dropped from his perch nmi allowed
that the recent Sharkey-Mahor fiasco them to make a meal of him. The wild
put a damper on the sport In tho cats nnd tigers that infest the Mexican
Quaker city, there promises to be a wilds ilec from thc peccaries with In-
.Jfgood crowd qh hand to see tho "Irish stinctlve fear, and even rattk'snakpx
Champion" and the "Akiym Giant" keep nut of their path." St. Louis Re
meet. .This will be their third meet- public.
ing, their two previous contests re-
Oregon
Shotliihb
Union Pacific
ilciouBnesB.
"A friend of mine encountered a drove
of them In a wlld.par.Mif Mexico a few
years" ago', and his escape was miracu
lous. He very foolishly shot mid wound
ed a number of them. Then ho took
refuge in n tree. The peccaries kept
dkpaht Time Sehadule mm
fob From Pei.dleton raois
h,P5.' 3sH Lle. bonvor. ft
1 Porllsud Worth, Omaha. Kan
Bpeclftl sa City. 8t Louis, Chi- 8 ".;
5'JOprn cagoand Kait.
via Hunt
In Eton,
Atlantic Salt Lako, Denver, Ft.
Express Worth, Omaha, 4an.
l. ?r..' ,M c"T.8t. Louis, Chi. lino 9. m,
via Ilunt. cagoandKast.
liiRton. ,
1 ,;,Px,u!. WMU WalU, Lflwlston
. fMtMall 8pokano,Wallace,Putl.
8.15 a. nt. man, Minneapolis, 8t. .Sao p. m.
'via Paul, DnluthMUwau u,"m
8pokano. koo, Chicago and East.
Ocean and River Schedule.
FROM PORTLAND.
All sailing dates subject
to change.
8:00 p.m. For Ban Francisco 4 p. a,
Ball eroryS days.
. 4
PaTTy " '
oxcent Columbia Rlvor
Bunday 4pm
8 p. in. To Astoria aud Way Bandar
Saturday Landings.
10 p. m.
Willamette River
Roats loavo Portland dally, except Bundar,
(stage ot wotor pormlttlng) Ior Willamette and
amhlll Hlver points.
; Leave
I Rlparla
! 4:05 a.m.
Ually
Excpt Mon
Lea to
I.owlitoa
7:00 a. m.
Dally
Excpt Mor
F. F. VVAMHLKY, Agout, Pendleton.
Snako Hlver
Rlparla to Lowlston.
HAD SMALLPOX.
Walla Walla Sepds a Case Away to
Prescott.
Walla Walla, March 21. Last night
a man was placed In tHb pest house
here, having been driven from Walts-
burg by team to this city, broken out
with smallpox. The man applied at
a local drug ritdre Wednesday for a
b6ttle of medicine, when It was tlfs-
cpvtMMd that he was suffering from
smallpox, and the health officer was
notified, Flio fellow begged to be al
lowed to go to Ids home, which ho
said waB near Prescott, a;id Tio was
allowed to go. Yesterday hp was at
Prescott and the Jieople sent him to
Waltsburg. There", ho was taken
charge of by an oilicer at the Instiga
tion of a conductor' on .the Oregon
Railroad Navigation .company's
train, who prfvented the ,6iekN nian
suiting In draws. Their last meet
ing took place In this city a little
over a year ago, and, although they
fought six rounds, the general opin
ion was that Ruhlln had outpointed
his rival and would have won had the
contest continued.
Both men have beqn trnlnlng hard
for tonight's meeting. Ruhlln has
Bath Beach with Robert
while Maher did his
work of preparation at tho local gym-
.asmm. oth annear to bo In the
rpink of condition and fit to put up a
splendid fight. Billy Rocap, of this
city, will referee the contest.
trained at
Fitzslmmons,
True.
The occasional ad Is one of tho very
best methods by,, which to squander
money. Continuous advertising, on
the other hand, will .bring ample re
turns for the money Invested. Suggestions.
.Several arteslun wells are being
drilled In tho Horse Heaven country
this spring. S. H Patterson haB tho
contracts. There Is at present but
one well on tho great table-land. It
was jiut down several years ago by
the state and county.
TRANSPORTATION LINE8.
"BEST OF EVERYTHING"
In a word this tejia of the'
passenger Bervlce via
"The
North-Western
Line"
8 trains dally between 8t. Paul
and Chicago comprising
The latent Pullman Sleepers
Peerless Dining Cars
Library and Observation Cars
Free Reclining Chair Cars
Many's
The Time
Sellers
Renters
Buyers
Servants
Houses
. HAVE BEEN FOUND THROUGH
AN ADLET IN THE CLASSIFIED
COLUMNS OF THE EAST OREGON
IAN WHEN ALL OTHER MEANS
HAVE FAILED. THESE CLASSI
FIED ADVERTISEMENTS BRING
RESULTS AND DO NOT COST BUT
A TRIFLE,
TRY ONE.
RUNS
Pullman Sleepiiig Cars,
Elegant Dining Cars,
Tourist Sleeping Cars
fST. PAUL
MINNEAPOLIS
DULUTH
FARGO
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The Badger State ExpresM, tho finest
day train running between St. Paul
ami Chicago y la the Short Line; con
nections from the West made via
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Great Northern, and
Canadian Paclllo Ryu.
This Is the best line between Omaha,
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Friday 11 Mam.
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Saturday 9'JA am.
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