East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, June 20, 1902, Image 7

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    business Cards and Societies I
LroFESSIONS AND TRADE8 ALPHABETICALLY ARRRANGED. I
Classified Advertisements
COUNT SIX AVERAGE WORDS TO THE LINE.
TWO
LINES.
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PHYSISIANS,
-TTTrOLE. OFFICE IN JUDD
Sir o ' htn,r8' JL t0 12 m-5
P m. Telephone, 7..
it T EK D., DRSPAIN BLOCK,
J'and wrrects eye troubles, catar
LndUlons and Impaired hearing.
t corKtly fitted for refractive er-
- cxffTn. OFFICE OVER THE
I'leton Sarins bank. Telephone 30;
Ice teiepumic
hrr"r.tt?r.n M. D.. HOMEOPATH
IC. Icl.n and SurRcon. Office tp
Ibnlldlng. Telephone: umce, dibcb
Lidencc, black 24.
ItrriAM HOUSE, rHTSICIAN AND
E , Offlc , room 20, Jndd building.
FRATERNAL ORDERS.
ROYAL- NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA
Wlldwood Camp, No. 2333, meets second
and fourth Tucsdaj- of each month In Odd
Fellows' hall. Mrs. Ida Holcomb, Oracle;
Mrs. Xei,.e Bobbins, Recorder.
LjIATIlLA TEXT, NO. 27, K. O. T. M.
Meets In Secret Society nail, second
and lourth Tuesdays In each month. All
visiting Sir Knights cordially invited. 3.
S. Kecs, Record Keeper; E. D. Estabrook,
Commander.
rENDLKTON LODGE, NO. f2, A. F. and
A. M., meets first and third Mondays of
each mouth. Visiting brethren welcome.
T. J. Tweedy, W. M., Joe H. Parkes, Sec
j M'FATJL, ROOM 17 ASSOCIA-
rn.fr Tolenhone Main S3; reel-
Ideptione. black 161.
M. HENDERSON, PHYSICIAN
Surgeon. Specialties eye, ear, nose
if oat. umce in ous uuuu
Jbone Main 33.
IpATliiC PHYSICIANS, DBS.
L & Keyes. Office one block west
Ion Store.
IyNN K. BLAKESLEE, CHRONIC
nerrons dlseasea and diseases of wo
Odd Hotel Pendleton, cor. Water
ATTORNEYS.
"avti tiat.tj-.Y. ATTORNRVS AT
Office In Savings Bank building.
PENDLETON CHAPTER, NO. 28 T. C.
Taylor. Htj P.. F. F. Wamsley, Secretary.
Meets first and fourth Friday of each
month in Masonic Hall.
PIONEERS OF THE PACIFIC WIL
11am Martin Encampment, No. 1. Meets
every Wednesday at Hendrlck's HalL Mrs.
L. F. .ampkln, Secretary.
DAMON LODGE, NO. 4. KNIGHTS OF
Pythias. J. Nowlln. C. C; R. W.
Fletcher. K. of R. u S. Meets every Mon
day In Secret Society Hall.
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA
Tntnllla Camp, No. 6309. Meets first
and third Mondays of each month at Odd
Fellows' Hall. George A. Hambltn, Con
sul ; G. A. Bobbins, Clerk.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD REGULAR
meetings of Pendleton Camp, No. 41, W.
of W., are held In Secret Society Hall
every Saturday evening. Visiting neigh
bors are always welcome. J. P. Walker,
Clerk, .3. P. Earl, C. a
it LOWELL. ATTORNEYS AT LAW
14 Association dioce. jenaieion,
iRKELEY, ATTORNEY AT LAW.
- In Association oiock.
BOYD, ATTORNEY AT LAW, 111
Street.
BEEDEU. ATTORNEY AT LAW,
leton, Oregon.
A. FEE, LAW OFFICE IN JUDD
ping.
LAN & PIERCE. ATTORNEYS
. turn t..n t.K t
Ice In united States patent otnees
kes a specialty of Patent Law.
0. 11. 12 and 13 Association block.
BANKS AND BROKERS.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF ATHENA.
Oregon. Capital, $50,000 surplus and
profits, fCOOO. Interest on time deposits.
Deals in foreign and domestic exchange.
Collections promptly attended to. Henry
C. Adams, president: T. J. Kirk, vice-president;
E. L. Barnett, cashier; F. 8. Le
Grow, assistant cashier.
CABS AND CARRIAGES.
kB LTNE, ERWIN BAKER. PROP.
ne Main to. Stand in froht of French
DENTISTS.
VM nmarpTOT flTrI7TrTn TV IK.
I Clr l o ww e-eriwp
THE PENDLETON SAVINGS BANK,
Pendleton, Oregon. Organized March 1,
1889; capital, $50,000, surplus, $90,000,
Interest allowed on time deposits. Ex
change bought and sold on all principal
points. Special attention given to collec
tions. W. J. Fnrnish, president; J. N.
Teal, vice-president ; T. J. Morris, cashier.
THE FARMERS' BANK OF WESTON,
Weston, Oregon. Does a general banking
business. Exchange bought and sold.
Collections promptly attended to. R.
Jameson, presidents Geo. W. Proebstel,
vice president: J. R. Kllgore, cashier: di
rectors, G. A. Hartman, M. M. Johns, T. J.
Price, G. D. Graw, J. F. Kllgore, Robert
Jameson, G. W. Proebstel.
ii ti t miiKini ttiiTiiiii. a 1 1 1 1 rail
TIM rnr mil minps in i it r-1 1 ur
Room 17 Jndd building.
& COLE, CONTRACTORS AND
Job work a specialty. Prompt
Shop on muff street near Main.
cement walks, stone walla, etc.
can be left at the East Oregon las
RV AND PPPO STABLES.
Llverv. Feed and Boarding. AH
turnouts. Competent drivers. Op-
nrni fAnnipfnn. rmnnn in.
, feed and boarding. The best
In the city. Alta St. between
LIVERY FEED AND 8 ALBS
v, i- il. 1 am niu.it; uuu uuuuic
special care given to horses iert
Lower went) street, mone uea
B 0'DANIEL, NEW AND SECOND
I roods bought and sold. Court Bt,
vonse block. Call and see blm.
roods. If there U anything yon
new or second hand furniture.
(tanlte ware and crockery, call and
Wpllea. Honsea. atbrM. wired for
lights, bella or telanhoaaa. Blectri-
Ttm nf all VIA. ri I -
wor a speelaHy.
vmtier iuu -mno vreoo
UOIlm mwiA K.I I l J 1 M
7 wm W4 WIHIIK HBUT Will
aon ni.. . ,. .
ruone KM 408, C. F. KIM,
I?? for yonr oalta. hUI- u ail
.HK. nfl IM hAlflM M
Pall UA In w .jli ..2
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FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF PENDLE-
ton. Capital $70,000; surplus, $95,000,
Transacts a ceneral banklnc 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 An-
.keny. president: W. F. Matlock, vlce-on
Ident: C. B. Wade, cashier; H. C. Guern
sey, assistant cashier.
jNr.forrWfr-
HAD ITS DRAWBACKS.
prcparntlnn tlmt will
It Is a cure lor Hip tlrlnlt h"Ht ttmt will
"Sir," pnld the long-hair genius, "I have Invented
bring its backers a perennial Income. It Is a euro lor
5ncP, abol,sh the nccursed appetite, and will rcmovi Intempirahee from our
lunu. S30, you see. that not only may you make mnnry, you m.y" -
Just n moment," Interrupted the capllnllM. "hc-e are you going to Rut
your income after you have cured them all?"
TO
THUNDER
MOST DlfFICULT AND
DANGEROUS ROUTE.
Only a Rough Trail Along Precipice. about hero and
od or ho would bo washed away In tho
torrent In a moment. Tho trail Is
about olghteen Inches wldo and
there are rocks straight up on. the
other side.
One has to just crawl along and
you might say hold on by tho skin of
his teeth.
Thoro are
time i......15o
times 20o
week 30c
THREE LINES.
1 time 20
2 times 90e
1 week 45
Extra lines: .10 cents each a week; 25 cents a Una per month.
HOTELS.
HOTEL PENDLETON
VAN DRAN BROS., Props.
The Best Hotel In Pendleton
and as good as any.
excellent prospects
wo m n v ofnv n nlinrf
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munaer mountain country Has time and rest tho horses. A young fol
Been Over Advertised and Many low named Shaw Is In camp with us.
Will Be the Disappointments. lHe ,s 'alldng back to Council. Ho
S?5 to the Thuntr Molmtain h,S fr,,f go
country as follows: . Shaw says a 1 little further on from
Near Copper Camp, Idaho. June' 11. ' Werf, we aro ?T aro doad 1,orsc
The tV mi,L , , T all tho way. We havo seen sovoral
ine trip to Thunder mountain Is by w i.; ,
no menans easy. It Is a long, tedious " iai
nnrt voinlw iS B!ZZZ a sood shape. Wo can see great
j li . ' X . i 1 1 . . . .
iJivapucis lor ims country uoveioping
PHOTOGRAPHERS.
W. 8. BOWMAN, LEADING PHOTOGBA
pher of the city. Harvest views, In
dian photos for sale. Finishing; done for
amateurs. Main St, near bridge. Phone
Red 278
MISCELLANEOUS.
RUBBER STAMPS OP ALL KINDS BEND
for catalogue. Ferney's Stamp Works,
Walla Walla, Wash.
EMPLOYMENT BUREAU IF TOU ARE
seeding a position, or need help, call on
or address J. C. Spopnamore, 220 Court St,
Penu,eton, Oregon.
SUBSCRIBERS TO MAGAZINES, IF TOU
want to subscribe to magazines or news
papers In the United States or Europe,
remit by postal note, check, or send to the
EAST OREGONIAN the net publisher's
price of the publication you desire, and we
will have It sent you and assume all the
risk of the money being lost In the malls.
It will save yon both trouble and risk. If
you are a subscriber to the East Oregon
lan. In remitting you can deduct 10 per
cent from the publisher's price. Address
EAST OREGONIAN PUB. CO., Pendleton,
uregon.
WANTED ADVERTISRS TO MAKE USB
of these classified columns. If you have
ometh.ng you have no use for, offer to
trade It for something that some other
ooay may nave ana nave no use lor, some
thing that you may need In your business.
Yon may have an extra horse that you
may wish to trade for a cow or a vehi
cle. 'Somebody may have the cow and
vehicle and want the horse. A fifteen or
twenty-five cent want ad will probably do
ue Business.
OLD NEWSPAPERS TO PUT UNDER
carpets, on shelves, walls, or for wrap
ping purposes. Old newspapers In lance
nunaies or iuu eacn at zb cents st handle
at the kabt OREGONIAN oBce, Pendle
ton, uregon.
FOR SALE NEW CHICAGO TYPE
writer, universal key-board, flrst-elsss
machine. Take a look at It Thirty dot
lards wnl buy It Bast OregonlSD offlce.
EELLAR BROTHERS, PLASTERING
and cementing. Cement walks a special
ty. Estimates xaroisBea rree. wore guar
anteed. Leave orders at Bad ley A 2a b-
ners cigar store. Main sc.,. r. u. box iu.
N0TICB TO CONTIACTOBS.
Notice Is hereby give that Mds will b ro-
erived by the County Clerk ef Ustatllla county,
Orefea. on sr before .10 o'etoek. A. M.,Jnly6w,
1902. for repairs to elrcolt court room of tbe
Mitmlr nrrnrt hnnie. In accordance with clans
aad specification! prepared by T. r. Howard,
architect, and en tile at county clerk's oo.
A aepomt oi nve per cemoi imuosbi i iu
bid will be reanlred of each bidder, to be far-
felted to Umatilla eoaaty If the saceeasfat
bidder falls to enter into contract as reqaireo
by the eoaaty court of said county.
The coHrt reservesihe right to reject any sad
aU bids.
y order of txraaty 'nn.
' ' W. D CHAMBMLAW, Clerk.
MOTicr-piPR rpjt jood fob uma-
T1LLA bUUHTI.
tCAttMi U hreWlrn that bids will be re
eeiawd by tbe ComnfyCUrk of Umatilla county
up to 12 o'clock, a July 6th, IKS, for fur
bUsUbc 1 sera of sound four foot fir wood,
ewttren neen Maaber; 90 cords to be dellyerd
at tae county court house, and 40 cards to be
detfveaad at the county fcoss-ltal: said wood te
V dsivered sbst before November 1st. 102.
The coart reserves me rurav w nsjcui muj u
all aids. .
By order of the County court..
W. D, CHAMBXBLAIN, Clerk.
exceedingly tiring journey.
frought with a certain amount of
danger, but with excitement enough
to make It interesting. j
This morning we got up at 5:30
o'clock, and the Ice was one-fourth
of an inch thick. At noon tho heat
was 100 degrees in the shade- quite
a change between breakfast and din
ner. As I write I am watching a
man riding along the side of tho op
posite mountain which looks nearly
straight up and down and he Is about
half way between the top and bot
tom. It is a very rough country.
There Is one tent here and one lady
In the other party from ours. Her
horse fell with her three times In
crossing the snow in "Squaw" mea
dows between the big .Payetto lake
and Resort
There must be between seventy and
eighty horses here now, the trail hav
ing opened fairly well as these
trails go.
Climbing Is Very Hard.
The climbing Is awfully hard and
there is not one bit of level ground
and a narrow trail on tbe north side
of Elk creek, which stream is about
forty feet wide and filled with boul
ders. There are many high water
falls. The bridge over tho Salmon
river has to be crossed on horso at
a time, as it Is very rotten.
To cross Elk summit Is a frightful
task. It Is dangerously steep, 1,500
feet high, and half way up we struck
snow, but near the top Is has been
partially dug out, leaving it wide,
enough to get one pack horse
through at a time. Our troubles
really began near the summit. There
we ran on to a donkey train, consist
ing of seven jacks and five horses.
Slid Down the Monuntaln.
The last horse was down and had
to be unpacked and we had trouble
with that train all the way down the
other side until we got tho men to
stop and let us pass. Then we went
down on loose, rough rock, to the
bottom where we got into deep snow
again. Owing to the lateness in tho
day this snow was soft and down
went tho horses one After another
about as fast as wo could get them
up again. It was no use trying to
move so we either had to camp on
the snow where there was so feed
or cut down trees and cover the
trail with brush. We took the latter
as the best solution and stripped
trees of branches and laid them
thickly on the trail for half a mile
Of course wo got wet through, and
out of the snow and Into deep mud
and then into forests that were so
thick it was yearly dark. It was five
weeks yesterday since we left Walla
Walla and were are Born people
near us who have been 70 days com
in irotnf Boise, which is not much
over half tiie distance.
Had to Make Bridges.
To cross the streams It la neces
sary to fell trees and mane rusuc
bridges. One .member of our party,
an old prospector from Athena,- says
he would not go back oyer that trail
for any amount of money, ana we
others are of about the same
opinion. Before we reached
Copper Camp No. 1, I do not think we
rode but two miles and tne rest or
the trail was nothing but big rock.
How horses can go through them
without breaking, our legs is a deep
deep mystery. ' In some places the
trail winds around points with the
creek foaming below, straight down
from 300 to 400 feet. One false step
and the horse would be either Kin
Headquarters for Traveling Men.
Commodious Sample Rooms.
Rates $2 pet day.
Special rates by week or month.
Excellent Cuisine,
Every flodern Convenience.
Into a great gold camp whenadequato
facilities for transportation aro pro
vided and when men can prospect
and mine under ordinary conditions,
but at the present time tho country
is so wild, inaccessible and so llttlo
is known of It that I would adviso
no man to come here who does not
underetand that ho will havo the
very roughest kind of a trip Imagin
able.
We do not Intend to go to Thunder
mountain until our return homo In
the fall, as wo understand everything
there Is taken up.
Bar and Billiard Room in Connection
Representative Warnock of Ohio,
who was judge of the court of spec
ial pleas in the district for 10 years,
was once trying a case in which a
woman was on tbe stand as witness.
"How old aro you," askou the attor
ney who was questioning her. Tho
woman hesitated, "Don't hesitate,"'
suggested the lawyer. "The longer
you hesitate tho older you will bo."
anrnmnnnmrnTTTrmmriTTrmmmmr
Bingham
Springs...
...NOW OPEN...
Health and Summer
Resort
Twenty-two Miles East of
Pendleton on 0. R. & N,
Excursion Rates
Irom all points
For further information
address
Manager
Bingham Springs
GIBBON, Ore.
Only Three Blocks from Depot.
GOLDEN RULE HOTEL
Corner Court and Johnton Btreeti,
Pendleton, Oregon,
M. F. Kelly, Proprietor.
TRANSPORTATION LINES.
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OREGON
SHOJr JUNE
UNION PACIFIC
Dir&BT TIma Sehadula aisiti
"a From Pantlatoa rae
OhlMfO. Bait Uke, DetiYr, Ft
1'ortUod Worth, Omaha, Kan
special u City. Bttauls, Cat-lb
6:30 p m cacoand Kait.
via Hunt-
latton.
AtlanUt Salt Lake, Denver, Ft.
Kxpreta Worth, Omaha. Kan
5:iS a. m. iMCltr,8LLouu,chl- ll'M
via Unnt- cago and Kaat.
ington.
Bt. Paul Walla Walla, Uwliton, .
Fait Mall Spokane. Watlace.Palt
8.1ft a. m. man, Minneapolis, Bt. 330 p.m.
via I'aul, Dnluth, Ullwau
Spokane, kee, Chicago and Xaat.
Ocean and River Schedule.
FROM I'ORTLAN.
All aatllng datei lubjeot
to change.
8 :00 p.m. For Ban Francisco 4 p. a,
Ball etery ft dayi.
' Daily
except Columbia River
Bunday , 4pm
8 p. m. To Aitorla and Way Bunday
Saturday Lanllngi.
10 p. m.
Willamette River
Boati leave Portland dally, except Bunday,
(tage of water permitting) tor Willamette aa4
Yamhill Rlvor polnti.
J-eavo j Leave
Rlparla Snake River Lewtitea
4:0ft a. m. 7 :00 a. m.
Daily Rlparla to Lewliton. Dally
Kxcpt Mon Xxcptker
pp s
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Is oi mm trey 1
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chop mill i;
i; 127 and 129 East AlUStwet l
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HEATED BY STEAM.
UQHTED BY ELECTRICITY
American Plan, ratea f 1.2ft to 12.00 a day.
European plan, &0c, 76c, $1.00
Bpeolal ratei by week or month
Fnt Hi.m rc..t kit TtiC
Cenaarcial Trade Solicited
Flaa Sample Room
Special attention given Country Trade
F. F. WAMBLKY, Agent, Pendleton.
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TO
OBO. OARVBAU, Prep.
Elegantly Furnished
Steam Heat
Stock awl ImM trea dyrt
BmAgemUmlai DatmUml Imt g&geMmlSmtmm&amlmt.
SfHIV iFFmmp mm SmFmwPFw)FmW
Room Rale , !4c,lU,HM
MEN AMI WINE
V Mgm tar eaaawu
rtutlwia ar mciriMiea
' OK BBCB1I WHUII.
HlMkfiSia leiale. a4 t aetrte.
KgMikfMMlwiiiaiLftL goat 9? yolineee
RUNS
Pullman Sleeping Cars
Eleg&nt Dining Cars,
Tourist Sleeping Cars
fBT. PAUL
MINNEAPOLW
DULDTH
KAROO
GRAND FORKB
OROOK8TON
WINNEPJEO
HELENA and
I BUTTE,
THROUGH TICKETS TO
CHICAGO
WASHINGTON
PHILADELPHIA
NEW YORK
BOSTON
and all poluta East and South
Through tlcketi to Japan aad China, via
Taooma and Northern Paclflo Bteaaualp Oe,
and American Hue.
TIM CHIDULI.
Tralni leave Pandlaliia rfallr aznatti lonili.
t7Sp.m.
For farther Inlomatlon, time card, mm,
and ticket!, call on or writ W. AAma. vim.
dleton, Oregon, or A. D. CHAKXTOM,
wiifl and Hornioa hu Portuad. On.
Washington &
Columbia River
Railroad
Take thla
route for
4
For Chicago, St. Paul, Ht. Look, Kane
aaa vny, ai. joe, uauua, ajoa
AHPoJati EMtaadSoata
fgHejaid tote'
a the tmmi
TltfXOAUD.
Uave PeaAUtea, dally ezeeet asaapt at
Arrive' Peadletea Meaaav. - ua
Arrive Peadletaa Taaadav. -- ui
ataiaapMMamt ;
leave WaUa WalU daily, eeet aeaad IMaea,
Arrlvf Wafia , Wew dallj weet keaM mm B!
lalevmaWoa refardlag talee aad eetea.
edatlei, ealleaet adijeea
ntV.bnniB a. . ' ""V
Farmers Custom Mill
FrM Walter, Ptytfifi
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