East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, October 13, 1902, DAILY EVENING EDITION, Image 7

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    Esiness Cards and Societies
ESSI0N8 AND TRADES. ALPHABETICALLY ARRANGED.
HOTELS.
TRANSPORTATION LINES.
HOTEL
PENDLETON
VAN DRAN BROS., Props.
The Best Hotel in Pendleton
and as good as any.
PHYSICIANS.
nvPlCK IN 3t'IU
'I"' i. in to 12 n. m.
K. i k-plione rod 3t
rr..r i m:siAiN nr.ocrt.
t . y '""',', ,1
Av ne. wain
MHI1 ,Y . .pl,,tw.iii.. 3U:
S. vlr.cs '' : -
C' JIOIK ""
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1, t!i
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IIOMKOI'ATIIIP
Office In Judd
nillce. blnck 7.1 :
FRATERNAL ORDERS.
itovAL Nnionnons of aurrica
"iiawooo uamp. mo. 2333, meets second
ad fourth Tuesday of each month In Odd
1 miuwB nan. jura, las lioicotab, Oracle
Mrs. Nettle Kobblns, Recorder.
PMATIM.A TENT, NO. 27. K. O. T. M.
Meet In Secret Society Hall, second
and fourth Tuesdays In each month. All
visiting Bir Knignts cordially Invited. J,
S. ICeca, Record Keeper: B. D. Estabrook,
commanaer.
ITJN'DLKTON I.ODQE, NO. B2, A. F. AND
A. 11., meets first and third Mondays of
eacn roonrn. visiting orettirrn welcome.
x. j. rweeay, w. m. ; joc u. i-arKes, Hec.
ii HOI SI.. I1 1H u Jnu
tin.. iioom it ANULiA-
I "'.'nil Jiw Hill 111 ' '"
b..-vk 101
Ofli. In fsnrniBH ihiiik uiuiii-
tni.un 1
ill
PHYSICIANS, D11S.
Office otic block west
IK III AKi;sl-i;i, L-umi.ML-L.
.11 nml disease of
il u'l Pendleton, Cor. Water
fi lvimleton. Ore. 'Phone
"1
PENDLETON CIIAPTER, NO. 28 T. C.
Taylor, H. r r. F, Wamsley, secretary
Meets first and fourth Friday of each
month In Masonic Hall.
DAMON LODGE, NO. 4. KNIGHTS OF
I'ytlilas. I,. W. neld, C. C; It, W.
Fletcher, K. of It. and S. Meets eycry
.uonaay in secret society uan.
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA."
TutulUa Camp, No. G300. Meets first
and third Mondays of each mouth at Odd
bellows uan. ueorge A. uamDiin, i.on
buI; G. A. Robblns, Clerk.
DENTISTS.
UN HI vtist. orrii'K l.
rnmie reu 1 1
IH VTIST, OITICE IN AS-
lock "v i' Stlimlilt s new ilrtiK
lieu -ti
tCTS AND BUILDERS.
Mill ARCHITECT AND SU
ii 11 kct complete nnd ivIIh-
1 nmldlnsH In 'he cltv or conn-
.liiJcl ml ! hut
COI.E, CONTIt ACTORS AND
RlM m.i'es furnUlml on ehort
K v, irk 11 specialty. Prompt
ftp mi lllufT street near Malu.
tt'O.NTRACTtJH AND IIUI1.D-
nut: 1 furuUlied on ull kinds
fcen-.;ii' wnli, . stone tint's, etc
Eat I nst )ii'Kmlnn office;.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD REGULAR
meetings of rendlcton Camn, No. 41. W,
of W. are held In Secret Society natl
every Saturday evcnlne. Isltlne nelch
bors are always welcome. J. P. Walker,
Clerk ; A. j Owen, c. c.
LIVERY AND FEED STABLES.
THE OLD SEMPLE FEED TARD, 723
Cottonwood street, Lindsay & Doty
props. Livery, feed and sale stable. Sad
dle horses at all times. Horses for sal.
'Phone Red 41.
THE CITY LIVERY P.OARD AND SALE
Stable, M. J, Carney, proprietor, for
One turnouts. Stable 118 Alta street.
COMMERCIAL STABLES, G. W. FROOME
Prop. Livery, Feed and Boarding. All
kinds of turnouts. Competent drivers. Op
posite Hotel Pendleton. 'Phone Main 101.
OREGON FEED YARD, W. T. BOYNTON
Trop. Special care given to. horses left
with roe. Lower Webb street 'Phone
Red 204
BOARD AND LODGING.
(S AND BROKERS.
SON AT. HANK OF ATHENA,
npltnl SiU.Miti. surplus und
inifiusi nn Tine uepmirs.
(id li'inii'Kti.' e liiii.e
hi y n"pii(lc:l to Henry
sl'lent T J.KIrk, vlce-lucsl-II..
rnt'tt, cashier, F S. I.e
at fnclner.
ri'D.V SAVINGS HANK PI N
psiui. Orgnnlz-fil .Miircli 1
ii,i"m: surplus uu,ti;
Bed 011 1:110 ilcpiifclts. Ex
mid sold jn ull princiiml
al ntt'Mitln'i plteu to cil-
Furnish, president" J, N.
Ililpnt , T J. Mnrrl, cushlei.
EliS' HANK OF WICSTON,-
con Dues n ceneral bank
f Kiclinnco bought nnd Bold,
fomptly ntteuded to. It.
ueut : tieorce t rroeustei,
LJ. H. Kllgore. casuler : dl-
cllnrtinun, M M. Johns, T.
fGruw. .7 F Kllgore, Robert
Proelmel.
IN A I, HANK OP PENDLE-
JiO.Odll-. surnlUH, JUj.OOO.
uernl bunking business. Ex-
legruphlc trnnsfeis sold on
crancispo. ivew loric nna
fin the Northwest. Drafts
Julian nnd Europe. Makes
ensontthle terms. I,evl An-
"W F Matlock, vlce-nresl-
ade, cashier: II C Gnern-
nshler.
"HE STRAHON ROOMING HOUBE. MAIN
St., Mrs. R. A. Strahon, prop. Nice large
oil kept rooms In new building, with
,6od clean beds.
PHE WHITE LODGING HOUSE, 801
8outh Main street, M. T. Bradley, prop.
Jonsekeeplng rooms and lodging rooms.
)ood comfortable rooms and clean, well
tept beds. Lodging 25 cents.
EMPIRE LODGING HOUSE, CORNER OF
E. Court and Johnson streets: goods
arge, clean rooms with comfortable beds.
,1ntes 25c and DOc a night Thos. Smart,
Prop.
.11
She 1 don't think It war- .ry nice to lmve that otliicatcd, upo at thut swell
society dinner the oth. r nlplit
He Well, It whs rutin 1 h I'd on thv poor luute, 1 f.irpy.
WHY BLUE MOUNTAIN RESERVE,
H. Gwlnn, of this City, Tells the
Baker City Herald.
J. H. bn'inn,. secretary of the Ore
gon Woolgrowers' association, and dis
trict manager for the New York Life
Insurance company, accompanied by
J. H. Blanford, district agent, returned
Wednesday evening from a business
trip into Pine and Eagle valleys. Mr.
Gwinn, by virtue of his conection with
the Oregon Woolgrowers' association,
is a strenuous advocate and supporter
of tho proposed Eastern Oregon forest
icservo in Grant county, about which
so much has lately been said and
written. He returned hurriedly from
the Panhandle Wednesday in order to
be present at the meeting of Baker
City Chamber of Commerce, advance
notice of which he read-In the Herald
while in the wilds of Pine valley.
He arrived in time to bd present at
the meeting, but was sorely disappoin-
Mr. Hermann, in withdrawing so much
land tempotarily, has profited by the
experience of tho in'orior department
in other localities, and has set aside,
a wide area surrounding the lands
to bo fiually creatod into a reserve In
order to forestall and prevent a rush
of speculators who woul 1 olln'iwNe
indulge in a wild scramble to Hie on
or purchase property along tho re
servo's borders. I have not the slight
est doubt in the world that when the
Blue mountain forest reserve -Is llnallv
created by the interiur department,
it will not include more than one-half
of the lands set aside temporarily in
commissioner Hermann's .order for
withdrawal.
it is the aim or the ilepiii'tin. 11, as
I understand it, not to cripple the set
tlement and development of tho Straw'
berry mountain country, but to create
a forest reserve '.here 1 f a K.ifllcient
area to conserve the water supply of
tho numerous st reams hi thai tec
tion.
"If the people of Orant county and
or b,istern Oregon will l.")U ill !h
matter In the "Ight i'i.;it. the Mill
understand how 'mportar.t is the mat
OREGON
Shout Line
and UNION PACIFIC
Headquarters for Traveling Men.
Commodious Sample Rooms,
Rates $2 & $2.50
Special rates by week o month.
Excellent Cuisine.
Prompt Dliilngrooui Service.
Every Modern Convenience
Bar and billiard room in connection
Only Three Blocks from Dcoot.
GOLDEN JiULIi HOTEL
Corner Court and JoIiiikoii Klrcttn,
Pendleton, Oregon
M F Kolly, Proprietor.
nOTEL ALTA. . COHNEK ALTA AND
Mill streets. Board by the day or week.
Good table set. Rates fi and ?B per wee.
Pendleton Feed Yard In connection. L.
.Veff, proprietor.
BOOT 'AND v'MOE REPAIRING.
L. GREENAWALD, THE OLD RELIABLE
Bhoemaker. Flrt class repairing with bf st
materials. Bhop In rear of Mndlnger, Wilson
&C'o.
rOGRAPHERS.
LEADING 1'IIOTOaitA-
. 1 . .. it.... ..1 ,.,
E'ip., iiiuirni iii-nrt . ii
lie 1'lnlslihiK done for
Mr nun. hrlilirM ' I 'linn A
CAL SUPPLIES.
u ut si:iu:i:t, i.a
wri , nx dealers In Hec-
LUiitiM- Nlurex. vir-d for
or 'elenliones. Elec-
pu kind'. !et our prices.
JOHN WILSON, FIRST CLASS 8HOE
maker and repairer. Best material nsed
and eood work done. Bhop 117 Alta
itret.
FOUND.
FOUND TWO l-URSIIS CONTAISING MONEY
were left at onr store. Owners call and get
same. The Fair,
FOR RENT.
FOR RENT FORNI8UED HOUSEKEEPING
rooms and tingle rooms. 719 College street,
opposite court house. Mrs. Alice Smith, Prop.
eri nt thf nmpfflltip-a thprnnf
T ,,.00 ,,.,,10,1 11 t.oi.1 nr- n.i., ter of eonservinir the water suii.ilv
yesterday to a Herald representative, I of tm resion before it is eternally
"at the lack of interest in the pro-!'"" ,u,l-r V!lf,i '
ot arid .lands In Grant. Harney and
chambec I listened attentively to tho lla'll:'ur counties, may be cvctirunlly
expi-ession ot opinions oy memuers - "
WANTED.
WANTED NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
housekeeping. Apply at this office.
LAND BUSINESS.
OITIf 1 ( DTTONWOOU
II (iek lnnil nHli'M
ll(lii nr i iainiK nn lul
!'( 1. (i
3 Jit I K 1 ivn ffif.
rla- m.ifi. ..r i,...,r in
rlniu am-.- nnd collections.
""K rmun 1U.
MISCELLANEOUS.
PENDLETON MACHINE SHOP AND FOUN
dry, Baltezore & Howe, proprietors. Black
smithing and general Jobbing. Iron and braes
casting. All kinds of machinery repiirs.
Hhone Red 'JO,
KELLAR BROTHERS, " PLASTERING
and cementing. Cement walks a spo--talty.
Estimates furnished free. Wo
guaranteed. Leave orders at Badley ai
Zahner's cigar store. Main St, P. O. tx
104.
at the meeting, expecting to hear
something new either for or against
the proposed reserve. In this I was
not disappointed, because one mem
ber of the chamber i 11a speech an
tagonistic to a withdrawal of tho
btrawoerry mountain region, an
nounced that as a result of extended
observation he had become convinced
ot the fallacy of the theory that the
cutting of timber near the head
waters of mountain streams caused
a decrease in, water supply. This
statement, so diametrically opposed
as it is to the observation of eminent
"Cvernrnent engineers was rather a
startling argument against the pro
posed reserve.
"I am well aware." continued Mr.
Gwlnn, "that there is in some parts
or isastern Oregon a well-defined feel
ing in opposition to the creation of the
Blue mountain forest reserve. This
opposition, however, I believe comes
from persons who are not familiar
with the facts. I am led to believe
this, because of tho inane arguments
that have been adviuiced against it.
As I understand it, a certain area of
land has been witlidmnu from settle
ment In the Strawberry mountain re
gion, pending the ficn! and definite
creation of a forest reserve within
final and definite limits. I believe that
fD CARRIAGES.
iflM If NI W AND VERY
I ue kervke the public.
" J N MHCav. nroim.
J'1" Llerv Ktnlile or
' '1 'lie hack will tall
"WIN BAKER. PROP.
Siiinrt In front of
HAND DEALER8.
M I M.W AN'! uvrrvn
mill vnlfl i-...- a.
P" M Ell IN S covn
f here Ih nnytlilnjf you
rr ; and crwkery. coll and
oiiit etrutt
fKSMITHING.
JN Foil win? at. jw....T
'n town, an Webb fit.
PS AND 8UPPLIE8.
I HI'IIK'AVI'
rellnlng, renalrlng.
tR SALE.
b U at thlsoltlcs.
Let Us Do
Yout Hauling
We do trucking and .hauling
of all description at reason
able prices.
Your horses will be well cared
for if taken to the Old Dutch
Henry teed Yard, corner
West Alta and Lillith streets.
. Hay, grain and all kinds of
feed bought and sold.
Horses Jor sale at all times.
WILLIAM CONNERLEY, Prop.,
Successtor to Hays & Cqrinerley.
CHICHESTER'S PILLS
snii uiih iruir .triiHiucs
A Htfuiilttrd JtvMcili wld fr iZ yt'jtrt.
kiM thUa. 'i'aLe nu uihtr. Jif
tiubtUiUNsMvl Jitl.atliu. Atkywur
Urtifjrl4t,soiMl4(wiMUiuaiVu(MiiWlr-
- M CsUlsHtl Kill teKlr(
fr l,n4ic. hp rcturu Altai U ly '
IrwUfl.t.. ' CUU-b.ttr 4 hrmtcnJ C
HwdlMsu rxtuar. J'lllLA I'A
it
Who Is Insldo of This Shirt?
Would be hard to guess, but if it
is one of our patrons you can be
sure that it is a man who is well
satisfied when he gets it on. The
man who gets behind a shirt front
laundered here always beams with,
It is useless, to cry "Fraud" and
'Boodle." and fight tho creation of
this reserve .because it is bound to be
created. Tho department,- acting upon
the reports of its competent engineers
Knows its. business and-understands
the necessity of creating a safeguard
against the denuding of tho mountain
ranges of their timber and the conse
quent destruction of sources of water
supply.
"All this rot about 'range wars,'
'timber land grabbers,' . 'lieu land
script dealers,' etc., counts for lljttlu.
as the department Is" In possession or
facts, and demands facts In refutation.
, What the people who oppose tho
proposed reserve should do, in order
to make their protests against
creation eifectlve, is to employ a com
petent surveyor to determine accur
ately the number of acres of timber
In the btrawberry mountain country
which surround the sources of water
supply, and which are necessary for
an einoient conservation thereof
map should be drawn from such field
notes, and submitted to the depar
ment. in that event I am safe
asserting that the department of th
interior will do nothing but wlint i
exactly right and proper in tho prem
lses.
"Your paper has had much to say
recently or the benefits which would
accrue to the sheepmen of Easter
Oregon from tho creation of this re
serve. You havo taken pains to noln
out that owners of sheep arc Issued
permits by the interior department to
graze ineir bands within tho limits
of the reserve. This is so. Hut you
have taken the stand that on account
ol this tact tho sheepmen are purely
solfifih in advocating the creation of
the reserve. Perhaps this Is so. JJul
upon the fame grounds the mining
men of this section should favor tho
idea, because with Bheep confined to
a reserve, the embryonic war browlnc
between miners and sheepmen on uc-
fount of the latter tioapiusing upon
mining property, will come to an find
"It is a big proposition, but I am
firmly convinced that tho department
of the Interior will in the end do
the right thing for all parties con
cerned, including tho farmer, m nu
Lcattlemcn and 8beepmou."-f liakor
Uity Herald.
risrAHT
roa
OhlrnRo
l'ortland Spoclsl
Silo p.m.
t1. llnnt-Ington.
Atlantic
Kprcs
SHn in.
via Huntington.
PL I'mil
Fast Mall
8 :U a. ni,
via
Spokano. I
TImo Solioiltilo
From I'piiillutoit
Salt Use, Denrcr, ft.
Worth, OinnhA, Kan
is City, St. Umls,
Chicago and Kil.
Salt Lnke, Denver. Ft.
Worth, Oraftha. Kan
as City, St. Ixuls,
Chicago and Easi.
1 Walla Walla.LsirUlnn,
Hl'okanc, Wallace
I'ullmaii, MlniicAtMi
lls.ht. Paul, imliith,
Milwaukee, Chicago
auu r.an.
Ja.
IIMO p.m.
8:p
Ocean and River Schedule.
FROM f OKTLANI).
R0 p. ra.
Ifally
except
Sunday
8wup m.
Saturday
10X10 p 111.
All salllnc dates sub
ji'Ct to clmliKO,
For San KrancUro
Sail every il days.
law p. m
Columbia lllvor
To Astoria mid War
Landings.
4W0p. m,
Sunday
Vllliiiiiotto Uivor.
lloats Icavo rortland dally, eircpt Sunday.
tR0 ot water pcrmlltlng) (or Willamette and
Yamhill ItlVor imiIuIs.
Leave t
lllpnrla !
4 Mi a. in. (
Dally I
Kicpt Mon
Snake Hirer
Itlparla to Lcwlstou
Leave
Luwlsbm
7XW a. m.
Pally
KC.t Horn
F. F. WAMSLKY. Agent, l'endleton.
HEATED BY STEAM
LIGHTED BY ELECTMCITY
Allioi li iiii l'iiiu, i-iiIoh$i Mr, to IJ'.'.OO
:iioi' ibiv.
Kurnpciili riiin. fillo. 7fif, $1.(10.
J)(h.'ImI i iiIch by woolfir nintltll.
Free 'bus meets nil trains ,.
Commercial trade solicited
Pine sample room
Special Attention Given Country Trade
Prevention of Cruelty.
Albany, N. Y Oct. 13. The Now
YorH State Society for the Prevention
of Cruelty held Its thirteenth annual
satisfaction when he sees the ex- convention here today wth represen
quisitecolorandfinishthatwehave 'f'jos present from at Uhe local so
aid upon it. Our work itlte ,,5 -Z2!
1 ,vi o aI ruirrpphnn nn cX In ili - i . .
u. ,,...v.. u, ou,iior wi- uurifig ine iiasc iz inoninB were pre
lars. and cuffs and you can't nialcli sentod and legislative and other corn
it anywhere. mlttees for furthering the efforts of
41m oftillniil a ti.,r.l . t .1 till. J 1 m
THE DOMESTIC L1UNDW .SaTO.SaS
. Ilotiert J. WJlKln acted as secretary
, F. Robinson, Prop. Pendletou ' of the convention.
HOTEL
ST. GEORGE
CORNER MAIN AND WEHI STS
A.
GEO. DARVEAU, Prop
Elegantly Furnished
TO
RUNS
Pull 111 11 n SleepihR Curs,
Elegant Dining Cars,
Tourist Sleeping Cars.
rsr. VAUh
MINNKAPOLTK
DUIjUTH
FAHOO
GUAND FOltlCH
CUOOKBTON
WINNKPKO
HELKNA mid
BU'ITE.
THROUGH TICKETS TO
OHIO AGO
WASHINGTON
PHILADKLPHIA
NEW YORK
J508TON
ami all points Kast anil Koiitli
I'Uroarh tickets to Jauau anu Chlni
Tacoma aud Northern I'aclflo Stesmihln On
and Anencan line.
Tla
TIHU SCHEOULB.
Trains learo feudtalou dallr eireni Sundat
at 7:01) p.m,
Kor further Information, time cards, map
and tickets, call ou or write W. Adams, ran.
dleton, Oreion, or A. P. (HlAKLIOf
i ntra ana Morrison Hts., rortland, Ore.
Washington &
Columbia River
Railroad
Take this
route for
Chicago, Ht. Paul, Ht. Louis, Kan-
Has uity, mi. joo, uniaiia, ami
All I'oinlH East and South
Portland and points
on the Sound
TIMS OA UP.
Leare rendition, dallr except Sundays al
:00. Pin.
Arrive Pendleton Monday. Wedneailav and
Friday pm.
I I I.. I, ...... I .... M.. M., . .
, . . im . 1 Anno i ciiutoiuM ,uu3ur, iiiunuir ana
Steam HeateU Saturday lossomn. "
European Clan
niock and a half from depot.
Sample room in connection,
ROOM RATE
SOo, 75o, $1.00
THE PORTLAND
PORTLAND. OREGON
American riaii. Ii tier ilav and unwurd
Ileadquartrrk fur tourists end coiuinerdal trav
elers. Kl'tclal rates iiiixlr to fanilliea and klnirle
lifiillcmcn Tile niaiiaECiiieiit will I pltaaed
at all I i nits to allow rooms and aim prices. A
modern TurLuli IjatlitstatilUliuientiii the lioltl
11 (- liuwiiUh, Maiiavcr.
Babbitt Metal, beet In the world. In
bars. Price $1 per bar, at the East
Oregonlan Office,
toave Walla Walla dally, east bound, 90 pia.
Arrlre WalU Walla dally, west Uiund, 60 am.
Kor Information regarding rates and acoaia.
modatloni, tall 011 or address
W. ADAMS, Agent,
Pendleton, Oregon,
fl. I), C'AI.DKHHKAI). 1 1', A.,
Walla Walla, Wash,
penoleton"-ukiah"
STAGE LINE
BTURDIVANT UROS., Projw.
Blaze lcares Pendleton dallr. nxrant nimm
t7, m.,lor Lilian and lnterme,llate points.
Katee! To Pilot ltock,75o Pilot Hook and re
turn, 11.151 To Ne, II -a, Nye and return. Iji
To nidge, II Til to Illdae and return, fj.Joi 0
Alba.U il: to Alba and return. II. 001 To tlktah
H.Ut to Uklah and return, II. 06,
Office In Qnlden Rule Motel, Peudletoa
MANHOOD R E8TOR E D 'XLK'Z,
rWmt V.. . '""r.iHeiniijcr iiuonoiaMmouarrenclipnralrlan.wlU niiiekiyouieyou cfaa
ryouaor 0lv.w.ol il,e tnurrillvu organs, auili m l.u.i Iauliud, iMaumatlav
WF Ji1,.? sliM'U.Kdiiili.ul Kuilaaluua, Nerruiia Mobility, lluiu7
K l BllliirloHurrr l.xUuuallair DimIus, Vm lroreln mid t'uMll.iriia.
WfV goW M.l'l",V'l'w",'l,V :"! Pr;vnU qulrlme of Uuclmricculiloiiirnotcbsoked
- VSW Ifft'ls to r-iHriiiniiirr1 ii nfiil t'l I fan horror ul Tmwlritcy. I'lli'IltliNllclaauaeatQ
mill J't i,""'-"1' usua u i impuriufc-a. vit'MtiBi3txiwmwuon
and restores a
aveiDmv'fmr.rK'!''Jra 1 y 'lt',,b1wMnrn'f".t',t'lwll!1''liHla,
fuaranteejrlveu i,.j ii rriurwn If t u silooajKdtfltotal iwrinouwitcure. IW WlIOf ilSft
einall. Send i"t kiij iimii.iriiii.l iwi.iBioii'auar '
"'"' ' " ffiir: t,, I- fi Hot tor, rlaa Prn--hr,i, fal
80LD BV TAI.UMAN 4 CO., DHUQQI8T8,' PENDLETON, OREGON.
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