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OFESSI0N8 AND TRADES, ALPHABETICALLY ARRANGED.
fn. COLE. OFFICK IN JUVU
OITice hours, JU to is . m. ; j.
Telephone red a7i
liliER, M. D., DK8PAIN BLOCK,
and corrects eye troubles, enter
Jltlona and Impaired hearing.
:orrectly fitted for refractive cr
ilepbone, main 1131,
IITH & RINGO. OFFICH OVEIt
ndleton Savings nanlr. Telephone
en?c telephone, main 301.
LRFIEIjD. M. D., HOMEOPATUIC
lan trd surgeon. Office In Judd
. Telephone Office, black, 73; rea
. McFAULL, ROOM 17 A8SOCIA
lock. Telephone, main 1)31 ; real
lephoce. black, nil.
t M. HENDERSON, PHYSICIAN
irgcon. Specialties, eye, ear, noae
at. Office In Savings Bank build
one, main, 331.
BOARD AND LODGING.
EMPIRE LODGING nOUSE, CORNER OF
E. Court and Johnson streets. Good
large, clean rooms with comfortable beds.
Rates 25c and SOc a night. Thos. Smart,
HOTEL ALTA, CORNER ALTA AND
Mill streets. Board by the day or week.
uood table sec. Kates S4 ana SO per week,
Pendleton feed yard In connection. L.
EYES & KEYES. OSTEOPATHIC
Hans. Chronic and nervous diseases
Ity Office one block west or posi-
WtSWALL. PHYSICIAN AND BUR
lOOl co in Dcspaln Illocfc. Telephon
Residence pnono mace ooi.
TUB STRAHON ROOMING HOUSE, 018
Alain street. Mrs. 11. B. cooper, lYop,
Kverytning strictly nrst-cinss. nates 25c,
HOc and $1 per day.
VnEN YOU GO TO PILOT ROCK 8TOP AT
the City Hotel. Uood meals and flrit class
mom. Special attention given to commercial
travelers airs, u. u. motel, rnot nora, ure,
THE WHITE LODGING HOUSE. 301
South Main street. Mrs. Mary Williams
Prop. Housekeeping rooms and lodging
rooms, uoou comfortable rooms ana clean
well-kept beds. Lodging 25 cents.
FURNISHED AND HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS
at No. 777 Thomnnon street.
INN K. BLAKESLEE, CHRONIC
lervous diseases and diseases or
K, Judd building, corner Mnin ana
ma. (iiTtce puone, main, ii ; res
HA ALLEN BOONE, OSTEOPATH,
fSIS Thomi)son street. Teiepnone,
p. KIRBY. PHYSICIAN ANO HUK
pfflce Room 4, Association Duildlng.
IUtillAN, DENTIST. OFFICE IN
llldlng. 'Phone, red, 71.
iNnTdentistT OFFICE IN AS
block, over Schmidt's new drug
cone, red 271.
DR. W. W. GAR
optician. The only
(fe parlor In the city.
Six doors south of
street. Pendleton. Ore., No fee
examination and consultation.
KS AND BROKERS.
IONAL BANK OP ATnENA,
Canltal, $50,000 ; surplus and
00. Interest on time deposits.
orclgn and domestic exchange.
..promptly intended to. uenry
president; T. J. Kirk, vlce-nresl-B.
LcGrow, ctshlcr; I M. Kemp,
PENDLETON LODGE, NO. 52, A. F. AND
A. M., meets first and third Mondays of
cacn niontn. .visiting nrctnren welcome,
T. J. Tweedy, W. M. ; Joe H. Tarkes, 8ec.
DAMON LODGE, NO. 4, MEETS EVERY
juonuay evening in secret Society nnll,
LaDow block, nt Pendleton Ore. R. W.
Fletcher, K. K. a. ; W. J. Keyes, C. C.
PENDLETON CIRCLE NO 527, WOMEN
of Woodcraft, meets every Friday even
Ing at Hendrix hall. All visiting neighbors
are cordially Invited to attend. Minnie
Stlllman, Guardian Neighbor; Eva Flet-
LIVERY AND FEED STABLES.
THE DEPOT STABLES, COTTONWOOD
street, Between Alta and Webb streets
n. Stewart Prop. Best enre taken of
horses. Good stables and plenty of feed,
TIIE CITY LIVERY BOARD AND SALE
Stable, M. J. Carney, proprietor, for
line turnouts. Stable 118 Alta street.
FEED AND SALES STABLE, LINDSEY
4 Doty props.; Old Semple Stable, 723
cottonwooa street; careful attention given
to norses leic witn us.
COMMERCIAL STABLES, G. M. FROOME
Prop. Livery, feed and bonrdlnc. All
kinds of turnouts. Competent drivers. Op
poslte Hotel Pendleton. 'Phone, main 101.
OREGON FEED YARD. W. T. HOYNTON.
prop, special care given to horses left
witn me. lower Webb street. 'Phone.
THE TELEPHONE LIVERY, FEED AND SALE
Stable, Court street, opposite Court Houae;
uuaruing norses a specialty; good turnouts;
rigs delivered; Phono Main 381,
Bbxtl.-Il- 1'ANIf rH WRSTnM.
F Oregon. Does a general banking GEORGE O'DANIEL, NEW AND SECOND
t Exchange bought and sold. Col-1 nnna sooas bought and sold. Court St.,
omptly attended to. It. Jameson, 1 Opera house block. Call and see him.
George w. l'roebstel ; vice-presl
E. Kllgore, cashier: directors, G.
n, M. M Johns. T. J. Price, G.
.J. F. Kllgore. Robert Jameson,
NDLETON SAVINGS BANK,
pn, Oregon. Organized March 1,
Eiltal, $50,000; surplus, $100,000;
lowed on all time deposits. Ex
nugiit and sold on all principal
pedal attention given to col
li V. J. Furnish, president; J. N.
hnvesldeut : T. J. Morris, cashier:
Honey, assistant cashier.
NATIONAL BANKOP PENDLE
bpltal, $70,000; surplus. $05,000;
tn gpnern' linnklnc business. Bi
nd telegraphic transfers sold on
iSan Frnnclseo, New York und
jpolcts in the Northwest. Drafts
pi lilnn, japan and Ktirope. Mattes
i on reasonable terms. Levi An-
Bldent; W. F. Matlock, vlce-pres-Wade,
cashier; II. F. Johnson,
V. STROBLE, DEALER IN SECOND
Uand goods. If there la anything you
need In new and second-hand furniture,
stoves, granlto ware and crockery, call and
get his prices. No. 212 Court street.
NEW AND SECOND-HAND GOODS
bought and sold; pawn brokers; money
advanced on all kinds of articles. Waters
& Sherry, props., 732 Cottonwood street.
COPELAND & SON, GENERAL BLACK
smithing and repairing; horseshoeing a
specialty; work promptly attended to; call
and see us ; shop 314 West Webb street,
Just three blocks below Main street.
A DELIGHTFUL BEVERAGE I
A SAFE STIMULANT I
A GOOD MEDICINE I
JOHN SCHMIDT I
! GOVERNOR CHAMBERLAIN RE
FUSES TO SELECT LIEU LAND.,
LADIES, TAKE NOTICE
Attention, now, ladles, all happy and gay I
Just see my last offer! But Two Hits to pny
For a beautiful photo, lull cabinet size,
That wonld make your best fellow just open
Just east the E. O. at Banner's old stand.
You will see our exhibit so beautiful and
11 there try to please you, the best we
With that same pleasant gmllc and an artistic
It matters but little how old you may be
Whether sweet rixtcen or ago twenty-three
Be you handsome and tu.ll, or as cnte as an elt,
You will get a nice photo ol your sweet llttlo
Onr work Is Fmsi Class und so One yon must
That all the best peoplo know just where to go.
Through the whole month ol March we will
sing you this song,
Bo bring your best fellow and come right along
Determined That the State Shall Not
be Further Robbed Trouble Ahead
for Base Hunters.
Salom March ?0. Tlii Hun land
business has come to an abrupt end. j
Governor Chamberlain has rofuscd to
make any more selections of lieu
lands on mineral baee, or -"vtn lor the
purpose of setting up peleeMen. here
tofore made, but which have fallen. 1
In answer to every application that
lias been made the governor has do-1
dared that he will not n.nke any i
more selections until it has been final- i
ly determined what amount of those
already made will fall.
If the quantity is large lie will con
tlnue his tefusal to proceed. If the
amount is small, he will permit selec
tions in all cases where the purchns-'
ers furnish the base and pay the state j
the difference between the amount '
they have already paid for lieu lands. I
His determination is that the. credit I
of the state shall no longer be hawked J
auout uy neu ianu operators ior ineir
own gain. As a consequence of Gov
ernor Chamberlain's taking this firm
position, the lieu land operators nnd
purchasers are in sore straits and
are fearful of the outcome.
It has been talked around quietly
In timber land circles for several days
that the governor has sprung a sur-1
Prise on the land grabbers, and that ,
there is trouble ahead for the base
hunters who have sold invalid base. '
It has been rumored that there is
also consternation in certain small
circles where the effect of the gov
ernor's determination is likely to
prove serious In the extreme.
The climax in perfection is
reached in Monopole.
When you want the Best,
come to us and get
VAN DRAN BROS., Prop.
The Best Hotel in Pendleton
and as good as any.
ot groceries is
We sell cheap
Miller Grocery Co.
636 Main Street
Phone Main 51 1
IS THE BEST
MORE TROUBLE IN NEW HAVEN.
U8E. Webb St.
IN AN NEAR PENDLETON
3-lot tract, one of the best building
sites on the bottom $800.
8 lots, house and barn, well located
20-lot tract, irrigated; something to
invest in $15,000
Yi'. acres, large house, stone cellar,
fruit of all kinds, rich soil, barn,
well irrigated $2250
1 acres, house, barn, fruit, one of the
uest gardens In town S2G00
5-acre chicken farm, irrigated bottom
laud, house, barn, chicken houses,
Incubators, fruit, alfalfa $2000
10 acres, mostly rich bottom, well Im
15 acres, 8 acres of it rich bottom,
running water, house, chicken yards
one of the best small places in Pen
SOME BARGAINS IN FARMS AT I tire Kvstem. n ntlioi- lnoil imlnnu
IITECTS AND BUILDERS.
tW, CONTKACTOU AND BU1LDKR.
Is of work figured on. Job work.
m work guaranteed. Phone Ked Ml.
IwAKD, AltliHITKCT AND KU-
MAl'LB BttOS., COURT STKEBT. UEis
eral Klwtrlclans. dealers In electrical
supplies. Houses, stores, wired for electric
llfthts, bells or telephones. Electrical fix
tures of all kinds. Oct, our prices. Itepair
wiirK h Hpeciauy.
ident; makes complete and rella
tor buuuinss in tn
k 17 Judd building
HILLY KKASSIG, BAIiBEIl SHOF AND
buth rooms. Main street, three doors
norm or Hotel St. Ueorge. First-class
tor buildings In the cltv or conn- ' J""l""lm1' i-AuiAjue, uuunx x,
.7 II. Pace. nron. First-class wnrkmnn :
COLE CONTHACTOH3 AND e,'iu,UB :,B"U laoacrn improvements.
Estimates furnished on short ,,'
ob work a specialty. rrompt wW..;.i.iVV
ninuship: nil the modern Improvements;
nil tools sterilized ; bath rooms In con-
Mhop on Itluff street near Main.
Itliuiites furnished on nil kinds nect'on-
commit walks, stone walls, etc. 1
bra at Kast Oregonlan olee.
K'TMAX ARCHITECT AND SO-
Sent. Koom IS, Association
WANTED WORK AT WASHING, IRONING
or house cleaning. Inquire at 701 Alia St,
ftlLKR, PLASTERING AND OE-
uemcnt walks a specialty. Es-
Irnlslied free. Work guaranteed.
rs at liadlev and Zeuner s clear
n street. 1'. O. box 104.
Notice to Contractors.
BS AND CARRIAGES.
Notice Is hereby idven that the Common
Council of the City of Pendleton will receive
bids for grading that portion of Main atieet be
tween Jacluon street aud the north line of
All bids to state the price per cubic yard,
grading to bo dono in accordance with profile
riRE HACK, NEW AND VERY I Bids must be llled with the City Recorder on
rle, for the service of the public, or before tbo 25th day of March, 1903. The
n and Jos. 8. McKay( props. Call Common Council reserves tho rlgnt to reloci
emerclal Livery Stable or tele-. any and all bids.
1 101 and the hack will call for Dated this tatli day of March. I9WJ.
?. By Order of the Common Council.
r. 11. ree, mreet superintendent.
S10 to $13 PER ACRE.
N. T. Confclin.
'Phone, Red 277.
Freight Handlers Join in Railroad
Men's Demands for Advance.
New Haven. Conn., March 20, The
board of directors of the New York,
New Haven & Hartford railroad met
yesterday afternoon in New York to
teceive a report from the meeting
held here today between the grievance
committees of the conductors and
trainmen and President Hall and a
representative of the directors.
The members of the grievance com
mittee were aparently somewhat sur
prised when they learned late In the
day that the freight handlers had in
stituted negotiations to secure an in
f'rer.s" h pay. Tlie committee mem
bers did not know of the movement,
hut point to it in support jf their con
tention that employes of the railroad
in several branches of the service are
dissatisfied. The firemen nlso have
sent a committee to the company to
request a hearing on the schedules
ol certain runs.
The Freighthandlers' Union of this
city, numbering about 300 men, has
addressed to the management a re
quest for an increase of 1.1 per cent
In pay, "double time" for Sunday, and
time and a half for overtime work.
The request names next Tuesday as 1
the time limit for return of an answer
by the company. It Ib said that if a 1
strike occurs it may involve the en-1
Made of beat material by beat work
men. If you need harness, Investi
gate. Call and examine our stock of
single and double harness, Baddies,
whips and supplies and get our prices.
Repair work done substantially and
J. A. SMITH,
218 Court Street.
LET US FILL
We can supply you with
Building Material of all
descriptions and sa v e
expected to make demands also.
Building paper, lime,
cement, brick and sand.
Wood gutters (or barns
and dwellings a specialty.
Oregon Lumber Yard
Hoadqunrtors for Traveling Men.
Commodious Sample Rooms.
Rates $2 & $2.50
Special rates by week or mouth
Prompt Diningroom service.
Every Modern Couvenleno
Bar and billiard room in connection
Only Three Blocks from Depot
GOLDEN RULE HOTEL
Corntr Court nnd Johnson Btreets,
l'endloton, Oregon. ,
M. F. Kolly, Proprlotor.
HEATED BY STEAM
LIGHTED BY ELECTRICITY
American l'liui, rut oh vt.'JA to
Kuropeim IMiui. Oo, 7."u, 81.00.
Special rittuM by week or mouth.
Free 'bus meets all trains!
Commercial trade solicited
Fine sample room
Special Attention Given Country Traf
t,INK, UUWlN ItAKUIt, HtOl'.
fc main 701. Office and waiting
It street, next to Saving Uank ,
ARE YOU READY TO BUY
THEN LOOK AT THIS LIST
Four and a half lots with two large
pretty cottages, all well Improved.
Now rented for i'M a month, 14500.
A lodging hoube, 14 roouiB and lot,
very centrally located, JL'500.
A lot about three blocks fro 11 Main
A house, S rooms and lot, five blocks
off Main street, $1100.
Other houses and lots from $500 to
Hiugle lots from $125 to t300 accord
ing to location.
Four Jots together 300.
Six lots together, $850.
Fourteen lots together, whole block.
Will sell for caf h or on easy terms.
Will exnlaiu and show pronertv up
on application. Pendleton is growing
rapidly and investments now will, in
my opinion, prove profitable. To the
average man in the West, the urest
way to profit is in real estate Invest
ments. C. D. BOYD, III Court Street
Elaborate Improvements Being Madel g. q c fc HoUSe I CORNER MAIN AND WEBB STS.
in Naval AraHmu I I
in Naval Academy,
Washington, D. C, March 20. in-1
lerest in the elaborate improvements !
iiuHigutHi ior me new naval academy
at Annapolis now centers about the
colossal and imposing structure ile
signeu for the midshipmen's quarters.
Tlie navy department has ordered
that work on this building be pushed
forward as rapidly as possible. To In
Mire speedy progress tlie force of
workmen lias been increased to 10(iO
The completion of Mils building will
do much toward making the cademy
the finest and most complete naval
training school in the world. The
building Is to be tour stories in
The basement will be devoted to
imcnens, laundry, shower baths, etc..
while the central portion of Hie
ground will lit. given over to the big
mess hall, which will accomodate
from Kion to 1200 students, in the
wings of tlie ground floor will be tlie
midshipmen's living and study rooms,
un tlie second floor, central portion, 1
will be the memorial hall, to be used
for alumni reunions and as a trophy j
room. This hall will run up three,
stories In height.
VAUGOAN. QRADUATB OP
Francisco Veterinary CoIImto:
ltd to day or night. Office at!
ea ; -puone rea oil.
VND SHOE REPAIRING.
RWAT.D, THK OLD RELIAULI3
K- Hrst-clnss renalrlnir with
IU. Shop In rear of Olndlnger,
EE AND LAND BUSINESS
f.KV HBPURSBNT8 TUB OLD
teat reliable Are and uccldent
panics. Office with Uartmau
LBV, JR., U. 8. LAND COM-
ropeciaity made of land on
nsiunnca anil collection. Of-
vuuuinc, room lu.
EE8. OFFICE 120 COUKT KT.
slness, such an Mini? of claims
; couteau a specialty.
EM AN, LEADINH prrrvrnnni.
he city, flaryeat TlewB, In
r tot sa e. Finishing done for
Ittaln St., near bridge. '1'nono
pLOYMSNT OFFICB, 088
I If you Md belp or uttk en
P! on M, 'I'll one. aula tan.
Holds no customer re
sponsible for more than
the margin he places on a
A margin of one cent a
bushel is required on
grain, and $2 a share on
stocks. An eighth cent
a bushel commission is
charged 011 grain and 'X
of pne per cent on stocks.
B. E. KENNEDY
Manager Pendleton Office
120 00URT STREET
Farmers Custom Mill
Fred Walters, Proprietor
GapaoUyieo barrels a day
Flour exchanged for wheat
FJour, Mill Feed, Chopped Feed, etc
wways cm hand.
LIMB FROM LIMB.
Well Known Pendleton Man Tells
About Physical Torture.
The rack, the garrote and other
fiendish torturing machines of the
middle ages have gone, but physical
tprture has not. A prominent Pen
dleton citizen tells how ho was tor
tured and how he escaped.
D, V. Cook, 70 years old and retired
from active business, now living on
Main street, says: "The dull, dragging
pain In the small of my back felt as
if two giants were tearing me apart
and at times I felt so miserable, that
I could not stand or walk and was
confined to my bed. Urinary wek
ness sot in, especially at night, apd I
was falling physically every day. At
this tlmu I happened to read an nd.
about Doan's Kidney Pills and was,
much Impressed with the sincerity of
tne testimonial, which was much sim
ilar to tho one I arn niaklug now. I
got n box or pills at the Brock & Mc
Comas Go. drug store and they help
ed me so that I continued using them
until I hud taken several boxes. Then
I could eat, sleep and not around
again without Buffering tho least bit
or physical pain. I endorse all of the
claims made for Doan's Kidney Pills,"
tor saio uy all dealers. Price 50
conta per box. Foater-AIIlburn Co..
Buffalo, K. Y sole aitonta for the
United States. Ronioinber the name
DOAN'S and take no other.
Miners Expect an Increase.
VVellston, O.. March 20. With the
arrival here today of soveral or tho
state olficeis 0f the United Mine
workers, the question of the day was
scale In the mines of sub-district 2of
district G, which includes Jackson,
Lawrence and Vinton counties, Jiuh in
creased In Interest. April 1 Is the ,
time set for tho annual tettlotnent. ,
Last year it was well known that the ,
miners' organization had too many ,
other and larger dlltlcultles on hand 1
tc Inaugurate a strike in this ills- J
tiict oii the wage question and the
operators settled 011 their own terms,
paying $u;r, for inside day work,
while operators in other parts of the I
country wero paving $2.10. The Uf- 1
fairs f the miners 'organization are 1
In better condition this yeai and it Is
jumored that a strenuous effort will ;
bo made to bring the scale up near to !
that paid In other districts.
Just received another
car load of Poultry and
stock supplies at the
127 and 129 Kast Alta Street
Price Now One Dollar
There hay ncvr Lcfcn h luuie
)y ttiHt initially cured piles
until tali one m dltovered Uf
In. IVrrln, Tlicro l not a per
ton who tuflti. from IliU dli
trcuulUK dli.mc who U lie, will
Jug to .uy f 1 .00 to hac Ihc cauto
ifcinovd icriiinnc'iilly. Irame
Iihio lesuJU mul you take it,
Copper Syndicate Extended.
Now York, March 20. Arrange,
monts having been made tor the ex
tension or the underwriting syndicate
or the United States Copper Company
the syndicate did not expire today by
limitation, as It would have done
otherwise. The syndicate was Incor
porated In New Jersey In April or
last year by K. Augustus Helnsse and
his friends, with u capital of $00,000,
000. It is said In Wnll street that ao
far the syndicate has pot boon very
successful In disposing ot its securl
GEO. DAnVEAU. Prop.
Block and a half from depot,'
Sample room In connection,
ROOM RATE - 50o, 75o, $l.M
American I'lau, ti Iwr diy ami upward,
Headquarter for tourlala and commercial trav
elera. Special rates made to lumillea ami tlngta
gentlemen Tlie management will be pleaacd
at all tlniea to (how room and give price. A
modern Turkiib batlicatablUhmeiitln the hoUl,
II. C, IIOWICKS, Manager
1 .J l ItTlPn
I have purchased the
Koyal Restaurant, on
Main street, doors north
of W- & d It. depot,
where I will serve the
Best 25 Cent Meal
In the city, 1 will ap
preciate your patronage
and ask you to call and
MEAL TICKETS, $3.60
R. F. THORP,
MANHOOD RESTORED "CUPlBEKf
Thla uroat V(-itabhi VltallKr. lhn luAitrrliitlnn nf n fumniiK Kn,ruti nhvslafa!
naiukir ouiuyou ot nil norvouaoraiooaaoaur tuatcumruUvi)oriiauj.ucu iuiJmI
uoou, lusoiuuiit, J'ulna lu lite Hucu, Heiuluul jkuimIuu. Arrvoua Mi
I'liupli a, UuUlueaa to nurry, JJakuuatlua; Aralui, V'ui'luocir, uuJ
uutlou. Itatoim all Icmmm by dor or iilgliU i'leaiuturli r. v-blcU If ao abMki
; i 11 11 to Kiwrinutnrrhuia und alt tho horror of liuuotcno, VurMttMHtt oiaiiiiaa M
iiiu ejuuvtb. wjrajf jsuasaironuiuvD uuu .wtmrea. I nu raaaoji auawnKii mim mm,.
la beoauM ulooty er oout. are troubled Willi l'roauttiua. cvrJOJHJi U w
TALLYMAN CO, DHU QQIST9,
to curt) without an operation. eajQtutitliuoiilala. A wrUCca uuuJv.uUMgtfitauf mt
bujsus do not viruot u lerniaiiont uure. .. Uyfl alz fcrJMB ttr mi. Mmm w
io oure wituout
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