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PROFESSIONS AND TBADM, trnWM iCAkkY ARRANGED.
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SMITH 'Bnk. Telephone
S. SM" Bank. '
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efhST 0teTl band-
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-TT-rs KEVES. USlBUiainiv.
r's- ff . fhronlc and nerrons dlseaaee
R-Di!ii!.nin niock. Telephon
fiulaence phone Black 863.
M" .,. onil diseases Of
BOARD AND LODGING.
EMPIIIE LODGING HOUSE, COrtNKR OIT
H. court and Johnson streets. Good
iuviui wiiu comtortabie beds.
Prop" 25C B0C n,8bt Tlro, Smtrt
m . Ar,1A, -OKNEu ALTA AND
Good table Ret. Rates fi and $5 per week
Tcndleton teed yard In connection.
W. W. Kdmtsten, Prop.
TUB STRAHON ROOMING HOUSE. 818
Main street. Mrs. n. B. Cooper. Proo
Everytnlns; strictly first-class, fiates 23c!
50c and SI per day.
W.?K5t.YW .G. 2 rIL0T ROCK STOP AT
'' it05l,5P fflTen ,0 commercial
Mra. C. H . nietel, Pilot Rock. Ore.
THE WHITE LODGING HOUSE, SOI
South Main street. Mrs. Mary Williams
Prop. Housekeeping rooms and lodclng
rooms. Good comfortable rooms and clean,
trell-kept beds. Lodging 25 cents.
- ami diseases
ud n.rrou. "r" "er Main and
ts Office pbJne. main. T21 ; re.-
mce, red. '
T-v. H.T.IIV BOONE. OSTEOPATH,
Rll S13 Thompson street. Telephone,
TTIkirby. physician and bur.
Sfi,IV'":J . ..(,.flnn Rnlldlnr.
eoa. omce . " p , z
DR. W. W. UAR-
k retson, graduate
sW'atssssm ontlclan. The only
TjKBIBSk complete opt'.cal
KM& parlor In the city.
WF' Six doors south of
I n sum street. Pendleton, Ore., No fee
urjfd t exarainatiou buu unutmnu.
NICE FURMSIIKD ROOMS FOR RENT ON
Ea Alta street, second door from AYheclei's
FURNISHED AND n0USEKEEPINQR00MS
at No. 777 Thompson street.
PENDLETON LODGE, NO. 52, A. P. AND
A. M., meets first and third Mondays of
each month. Visiting brethren welcome.
T. J. Tweedy, W. M.; Joe n. rarkes, 8ec.
DAMON LODGE, NO. 4, MEETS EVERY
Monday evening In Secret Society hall,
LaDow block, at Pendleton Ore. R. W.
Fletcher, K. R. S. ; W. J. Keyes, C. C.
PENDLETON CIRCLE NO 027, WOMEN
of Woodcraft, meets every Friday even
ing at Hcndrlz hall. All visiting neighbors
are cordially Invited to attend. Minnie
Stlllman, Guardian Neighbor; Eva Flet
7 VABOHAN, DENTIST. OFFICE IN
IMC" b'llldlng. 'Phone, red. 71.
i 1IAX.V. DENTIST. OFFICE IN AS-
aodatlon block, over Schmidt's new drag
Pbone, rea :u.
BANKS AND BROKERS.
iBST NATIONAL BANK OF ATHENA.
Dtttca Capital, ?5U,ouu; surplus and
ku, wmi. miertst on lime aepoaita.
ill Ii foreign and domestic exchange.
JwiIqoi nromntlv attended to. Ilenrv
iJimi. oresldent : T. J. Kirk, vlce-nreal-
i;r. 8. UCIrow, casbltr; I. M. Kemp,
! TABMERS' BANK OF WESTON.
fnton, Oregon. Does a general banking
into. Kxciiance DouKiit ana sola, uoi
kra promptly attended to. It. Jameson,
iiioi : ueorge ft . l'roeDstei ; vice-presi
I. R. Kllgore. casnler: directors, u,
Unman, M. 11 Johns. T J. Price, G.
lirir, J.. F. Kllgore, Robert Jameson
LIVERY AND FEED STABLES.
THE DEPOT STABLES. COTTONWOOD
street, between Alta and Webb streets,
H. Stewart Prop. Best care taken of
horses. Good stables and plenty of feed.
THE CITT LIVERY BOARD AND SALE
Stable, M. J. Carney, proprietor, for
nne turnouts, stable 118 Alta street.
Fine Yellow lewtowi Applw,
only 90 cents a box.
Fresa Ranch Eggs, 15 cents a
We bave the Famous and al
A trial will convince yon of its
D. KEHLER & SON
The Big Store In a Small
Alta Street, Opposite Sayings Bank
LET US FILL
We can supply you with
Building Material of all
descriptions and sa v e
FEED AND SALES STABLE, LINDSEY
& Doty props.: Old 8emple Stable, 723
uoironwooa street ; rarer ui sttention given
to uorsea leic wun us.
COMMERCIAL STABLES, G. M. FROOME
rrop. livery, rcea and boarding. All
kinds of turnouts. Competent drivers. Op
posite Hotel Pendleton. 'Pbone, main 101.
OREGON FEED YARD, W. T. HOYNTON.
prop. Special care given to horses left
witn me. L,ower weDD street. 'Pbone,
THE TELEPHONE LIVERY, t'EED AND SALE
Bianie, uourt street, opposite court House;
boarding horses a specialty; good turnouts;
rigs aeuverea ; rnone nsin ssi.
PENDLETON SAVINGS BANK.
ftiitton. urecon. urcanlied Marcn
Lipiui, zau.uuu: surplus, ziuu.uuu
ist allowed on all time deposits. Ex-
ooogac ana soia on an principal
bpemi attention given to col
. J. Furnlab. oreHlaent: J. a
tloepresident ; T. J. Morris, cashier
. Jisionej. aaslstant cashier.
BT NATIONAL BANK OF PENDLE.
lipltal. f 7H.O00: surplus. S95.0OO
nets a general banklne business. Kz
kc and telegraphic transfers sold on
PSO, dan Francisco. New Yoi-k and
rlual potsta In the Northwest. Drafts
In on China, Japan and Europe. Makes
Enum od reasonanie terms, l.evl An
president; W. F. Matlock, vlce-pres
. C. B. Wade, cashier; II. F. Johnson,
ARCHITECTS AND BUILDERS.
LAROW. CCTRkr.Tnn mn nnrr nt-o
lUaji ol work tlsured on. Job work'
rwj wors guaranteed. Pbone Red 51.
HOWARD. AltCHlTHfrr AVn un.
ism for buildings In the city or coun.
. ..vvu. 4, Juua Dui;aing.
'K t CHIT' nnMTDinwkDd
11. Est mates fnrnlahMl nn ahnrt
- wora a specialty. Prompt
u" wun sireec near Main,
MAY. COVTIf fpn Airt r.rr.r r.
LttlOiates fumllllKrt nn til kln4
""" t lMt Oregonlan olee.
L!!f0J!T.MAN' ARCHITECT AND SU.
ItOOm IS. AuiwUtlnn
i Pendleton, Oregon.
L-V?'?' Iks a apecialtv. Ea-
lordiS . ..'if' Work tnteed.
iuin .Vf"? ,nd Zehnr cigar
i'n street. P. o. box 101.
ibTa1. V"'"ne id years. Office at
" u,we 01 domeitlcatiid nim.i.
5"iND i CARRIAGES.
'lla and Jaa H r i- 01 PuWlc-rnmr.r-S-
McKay, nron. Pall
1 and the hack will call for
a stre., a waiting
io eavinga Bank
FWk,ErWA!;P'TUE OLD RELIABI.il!
"ierll. 8hon i reBa'ng with
Co. 1",, ,u 'r of Dlndlnger,
SAND LAND BuSIhTT
Pl coodbu:'u'' ."'e and accident
t Co. "nice with Hantaan
I-.": """ling, room io. " Ut'
Plc B'wei,0r',,uCE '20 COURT KT
f- .Wngdon'i ?;
"i uur hbii.- ....
near bridge. 'Phoni
GEORGE O'DANIEL. NEW AND SECOND
nana goods oougnt and sold. Court St,
upcra nouse diock. uan ana see nim.
V. STROBLE. DEALER IN SECOND-
band goods. If there Is anything yon
need In new and second-hand furniture,
stoves, granite ware and crockery, call and
get his prices. No. 212 Court street.
NEW AND SECOND-nAND GOODS
bought and sold; pawn brokers; money
advanced on all kinds of articles. Waters
& Sherry, props., 732 Cottonwood street
MAPLE BROS., COURT STREET. GEN
eral Elwtilclsns. dealers In electrical
supplies. Houses, stores, wired for electric
ugnts. Dens or teiepnoncs. mectricai ox
tutes of all kinds. Get our prices. Repair
work a specialty.
COPELAND L SON. GENERAL BLACK-
smlthlnc and reDalrlnc: borsesboelne a
specialty; work promptly attended to: call
and see us : sbon 814 West Webb street.
Just three blocks below Main street
Building paper, lime,
cement, brick and sand.
Wood gutters for barns
and dwellings a specialty.
Oregon Lumber Yard
Alta St., Opp. Court House
OREGON'S SHARE OF LAND
Umatilla County GeU $720.51 at Her
Proportion of the Fund for 1903
Total Amount for State $23,365.
Salctm, Oro., March 31. Secretary
of State P. I. Dunlmr aiiportloned
among the several counties or the
state the $23,365.90 recently received
from the United States treasury on
account of tho 5 per centum land
sales fund, for the year 1903. The ap
portionment was made according to
the acreage of the several counties,
and thero Is a total of 60,957.760
acres of land In Oregon. Tho appor
tionment per acre was .0003S33129S
and the money was divided among
the several counties as follows:
Lincoln .... 637.440
Marlon , .
Morrow . .
Polk . . .
Umatilla . . . .1.879.680
Union . . . .1,081.600
Wallowa . . . .1,142,720
Wasco . . . .1.950,080
Washington . . . 447,360
Wheeler . . . .1,084,800
Yamhill .... 450,560
A PESTIFEROUS GERM,
Burrows Up the Scalp Into Dandruff
and Saps the Halr'a Vitality.
People who complain of falling hair
ae a rule do not know that It is the
result of dandrulT, which Is caused by
a pestiferous parasite burrowing up
the scalp as It digs down to the sheath
In which the hair Is fed In the scalp,
Before long tho hair root Is shriveled
up And the hair drops nut. it tho
work of the germ Is not destroyed
the hair keeps thinning till baldness
comes. The only way to cure dan
druff Is to kill the germ, and until
now there has been no hair prepara1
tlou that would do it; but today dan
druff Is easily eradicated by Newbro'a
Homicide, which makes hair glossy
and soft as silk. Sold by P. W.
Schmidt & Co. Send 10 cents In
stamps for sample to Tho Herplclde
Co., Detroit, Mich.
Stock Farm for Sale.
We havo the Jas. Lindsay farm.
near Alba for sale. It consists or 640
acres. 140 acres In timothy; more
than 200 acres In wild hay, which will
grow timothy. A portion will grow
wheat nnd barley, balance paaturo;
abunilanco of wtter. All fenced!
Will sell In one, two or throe tracts.
DBNTLEY & HARTMAN.
GOLDEN RULE HOTEL
M. F. Kelly, Proprietor.
Illds for construction of 260 foot of
cement sidewalk 10 feet wide, will bo
received up to April 1, and Informa
tion about same given by Frank II.
If you desire a good complexion use
Mokl Tea, a pure herb drink. It acts
on tho liver and makes the akin
smooth and clear. Cures sick head
aches. 25 cts. and 50 ct. Money re
funded It It does not satisfy you.
Write to W. H. Hooker & Co., Buffalo.
N. Y., for free sample. W. H. 8chmldt
ft Co., druggists .
INSPECTING OREGON TIMBER.
Bar in connection.
Bet. Alta & Webb bts.
In Center of Block.
F. X. Schempp
GOING TO BUILD
OR MAKE IMPROVEMENTS?
Agent of Chilean Lumber Firm Now
In the State.
J. P. Fowler of Valparaiso. Chile,
manager there for W. It. Graco & Co.
one of the largest shipping and com
mercial firms In the world, was In As
torla this week on a mission that
meant much to the lumbering Inter
ests of the state of Oregon. Tho nur
pose of his visit Is to examine the
lumber Industry of this state and
Washington with the nrosncct of nine
Ing large orders, but more particular
ly It there is any basis for the re
port that belief current In his coun
try that the Oregon flr Is Inferior In
quality and manutacture to tho Wash
Mr. Fowler brought letters rf In
traduction to Mr. P. I Cherry, who
snoweu him through tho oca m Is
Introducing him to several gentlemen
Interested in the business, and did all
in nis power to show him that no d f
ference existed between tho flr of the
two states and that any report to
tne contrary was only caused by com
mercial rivalry. He went to Portland
and from there will continue his In
vestlgatlons In the Ptiget Sound conn
try. Astoria Dudget.
HILLY KKA8SIG, DARKER SHOP AND
batti rooms. Main street, three doors
north of Hotel St. George. KIrst-class
NEW TONSOKIAL PARLORS. COURT BT.
Three doors west of Golden Rule hotel.
J II. race. prop. First-class workmen ;
everything clean : all modern lmprorementa.
PATTON'S "SANITARY BARBER 8HOP,
Despaln block: Conrt street: best work-
trtansuln: all the modern Improvements :
all tools sterilized ; bath rooms In connection.
TAB EMPLOYMENT OmCI, U
Mala St.: If tod need helo or seek em-
aJorssent tall on ne. 'Phone, mala 1011.
WANTKD-WORK AT WASHING. IRONING
or noose eieaninf. inquire at toi aim st.
Made of feJt, thor
oughly saturated with
P&B compound. Not
impaired by varying
not evaporate, crack,
expand or contract.
A low priced roofing that can
not be equaled. s4 for booklet-
The Paraffine Paint Co.
c San Francisco. Seattle,
Portland, Lot Angeles
na uenver, voiorauu.
If so, let us figure on your
We furnish Sash, Doors
and Blinds, Planing of all
description done to order.
Good material always furnished.
Pendleton Planing Mill and
ROBERT FORSTER, Proprietor
GOOD SOUND WOOD
Is always received when you
place your order with us.
Fir. Tamarack and
Why buy poor coal when you
the best for the same
MEN AND WOMEN.
Um BlaO for unnstnrsl
IrrlUtloD. or ulotUonS
of mucous memtrsMi.
I rmanu Owlufaa. jraiaie". -- -
Jsbsw jaartaMi an
W not to nrktui.
IBp is otiuTi,!). H
VT.?fV,. ntor iolnonoM.
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r scot Id pUla vnVlsL
Telephone Main 5 J
Exclusive Rights to Manufacture It In
Umatilla County, Secured by J. A,
J. A. Smith, the harness manufac
turer, has secured the exclnslvo rlsht
to manufacture and sell In Umatilla
county the Humane harness, a now
patented harness which Is a great
Improvement over tho old Btyle. The
Humane harness Is so arranged that
It fits perfectly the body of tho horse.
no matter In what position it may be
standing or moving.
The new davlco works on the same
principle as tho Improved suspenders,
and no cleverly is it arranged that
mere Is no napping of the harness
or extra strain on the animal at any
particular point, but It Is divided
equally t all points. 'Tho back-band
Is entirely done away with and tho
now harness presents a more attrac
tlve appearance than the old style.
Teamsters, livery men and all horse
owners or users should Investlgato
the now Idea which can bo doue by
calling at Mr. Bmtihs harness fac
tory and store, on Couit street, where
he will take pleasure In showing the
Vermont to Have Saloons Tomorrow.
Hurllngton, Vt.. March 31. Liquor
signs will apjMtar over doorways In
Vermont tomorrow and tho genial
"bar-keep" will don his white apron
and be prepared to dispense tho
foamy, amber-colored lluld nnd tho
more seductive and Intoxicating ryo
to all who have u thirst for the same.
Kor tho first time In hulf a century
liquors will be legally sold over the
bar. This Is by virtue of tho recent
vote of tho people nt (he state elec
tion whereby the prohibitory law waB
annuled and a high llrenso act adopt
ed In Its stead. Preparations have
hrou made for the opening of saloons
tomorrow In every one of the six cit
ies or Die stale, llui llngton, Mont
lieller, Holland, St, Albans, Dane uud
Scott's Santal-Pepsin Capsules
A POf ITIVC CURE
Vor Inflammation or Ofttftirh
of the JJUdder and Dlwuttd
Kidneji. Mo oure so pay.
Caret oalckJy ftnd Fermi
neatly tbo wont ot
U 01 1 or rlio ftndUJvet,
no mttrof how long Und
ing. Alolatelr harmleis.
Sold bv driitrsriata. Prlca
fl.OO. or by mail, poetpMd,
THE MHTAL-KP3IN CO.,
BELLI FONTAINE, OHIO.
Sold by F. W. Schmidt & Co.
Twenty Detectives and 50 Workmen.
) Marietta. O.. March 31. Tho Amer
ican Hildgo Company brought Into
this city CO workmen and 2U detect
ives today, tho former to work with
Hie other non-union men on the new
Ohio river bridge and the latter to
look after the bridge company's In
terests. Tho strikers aro nil here,
and trouble Is feared, Tho bridge
company has brought In large num
bers before, but has been able to get
few to go to work,
"That automobile manufacturer did
a proper thing." "What was It?" "flo
endowed a hospital," Detroit iKieo
Just received another
car load of Poultry anil
stock supplies at the,
127 and 129 Eaat Alta Street
HEATED BY STEAM
LIGHTED BY ELECTMCITY
American I'lnn. rntt91 MA to3.06
Riiroirnn lMnti, ft(k. TAn, 1.00.
8Hclnl lutes by weoU or month.
Free 'bus meets all tralnsl
Commercial trade solicited
Fine sample i-ooim
Special Attention Given Country Tnu!
CORNER MAIN AND WEBB STI.
Monopoly, Rock Candy,
Red Star and White Rose
in half gallons, gallons,
jackets and pails.
Low Sellers of Groceries
13 y the Fire Insurance Com
panies we represent. Our
companies stand first in the
Hartford Klre Insurance Co.lS.269.07tl
Alllanoe Asttiiranue Co 20,030,068
London 4 Lancashire Hre
Insurance Co 3.644.(183
North British A Mercantile
Royal Insurance Co 22,807,163
PRANK B. CLOPTON
SOO WAIN STREET
CEO. DARVEAU. Prop.
Block ana a hall from depot;
Sample room In connection.
50c, 75c, $1.M
American plan, ii ptr day and upward.
Ilcariqnstters for tourists and commercial taas
ckrs. Special rates made to farallirs aadstacte
(entlcmeti. The management will be ulaasaa
at sit limes to show rooms and give prices, a
modern TurkUh bsthestsblUhmentln the kejtai.
II. C. BOWKRB. Manager
480 acres grain and stock
ranch in Klickitat Comity,
Wash., ijo acres in wheat.
Wholo tiling fenced two and
three wires. Two good
houses and two sets farm
buildings, living water ana
wells. Sin ical mountain free
range for slock, 8 pur acre.
We have the finest stock
ranch In the west tor aalr. Con
trols all the water and range
for twenty miles; twenty mika
of fencing; 80 acres Irrigated
and In alfalfa. Fair bullJlaia,
orchard and vineyard, $isoo
takes It for two weeka.
Section Horse Heaven Land
S7.00 per acre.
Irrigated Tracts at all 1'rlces.
Nessly-Soott Investment Co.,
Holds no customer re
sponsible for more than
tho margin he places on a
A margin of one cent a
bushel is required on
grain, and $2 a share on
stocks. Au eighth cent
a bushel commission is
charged on grain and i
of one per cent on stocks.
11 M II
SUncitrd remedy lor Gleel,
Gonorihoes and Runnings fuirtyl
IN 40 HOURS. Cures Kid- l11" J
ney and Bladder Troubles.
B. E. KENNEDY
Alanager Pendleton Office
120 COURT STREET
I Dally East Oregonlan by
1 only 15 cents a week.
MANHOOD RESTORED "Mf'"E
ti.i. ...u,.t irti.tn vn.Lll.ar. tha nrraorintloo ol a fanioue t'roncta pbrslcun. Mn -