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ashless Cat ds and Societies
ESSlONS AND TRADES, AurnMBc iwi.uy AKHANGED.
loVlitW j ,0r retracts f
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n.rt. Te epbone
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nOOU 1" ASSOCIA-
Savings Hank build
BOARD AND LODGING.
EMPinn LODGING tlOTJSE, CORNEIl OF
E. Court and Johnson streeta. Good
lar(t. clean rooms with comfortable beds.
Ratca 25c and 50c a night. Taos. 8mart.
HOTRti AtTAt COItNEU ALT A ANT)
Mill streets. Hoard by the day or work
Good tabic t. Itates 4 and fi per week.
Pendleton feed yard In connection.
W. W. Kdmlsten, Trop.
THE STRA110N ROOMIXQ HOUSE, CIS
Main street. Mrs. II. K. Cooper, Prop
Kverythlnc strictly Ant-class. Kates 23c,
SOc and fl per day.
M ear. nose
Ul . Car 1
i rnone, mw
WHEN YOO GO TO PILOT ROCK STOP AT
tboClty Hotel. Goal meals and r.rtt clasa
rooms, spec's! attention given lo commercial
travelers Mrs. C. II. ItleUl, rilot Itoft, Ore
THi:WniTE LODGING HOUSe7301
South Main street. Mrs. Mary Williams
Prop. Housekeeping rooms and lodging
rooms. Good comfortable rooms and clean,
well-kept beds. Lodging 23 cents.
NICE FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT ON
rrpvi; i KEVKs. os"'uViiViS Eat Alt street, second door from Wheelct's
FURNISHED AND HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS
at No. 777 Thorapcon street
Office one block west of post-
hrwlLL. hTysicias and sur
f; ,lSnce phone BtoeHa.
r- ... tit 1 1. ri si, .1.
tf-V' and diseases of
L Todd building, corner Ma n
h.. Office -phone, main, -1.
k red. .
rTTl I EN NOOSE. OSTEOPATH,
tfsiS TboopsVn street. Telephone,
kirbv raYsir-iAN asdsijb.
KOOm 4, " ew....
DR. Y. W. GAR
optician. The only
parlor In the city.
MIc rlnnra south of
I. Mla street. Pendleton, Ore., No fee
mi for examination ana cuuniiumuu.
rriLGIlAN. DENTIST. OFFICC IN
l bdlillng. 'I'hone, red, 71.
wivv. nCNTlST. OFFICE IN AS-
Ciitun block, over Schmidt's new drug
none, red -ii
BUNKS AND BROKERS.
IT WT10NAL DANK OF ATHENA.
;n capital, jju.uuu; surplus ana
b. K0(H) Intenst on time deposits.
ti foreign and domestic exchange.
kttota promptly attended to. Henry
Ins. president , T J. Kirk, vlceyjrcsl-
11 8 Leurow, cunier; i- m ivvuip.
I riEMEP.S' DANK OF WESTON,
, Oregon. Does a general banking
Lxcbanse Dougut ana sola. -Oi
i icooDtlv attended to. H. Jomwon.
at Georce W. Proebstel : vlcc-presl-
I J I: Klljore, cashier : directors, u.
fr.xu, M M Johns. I J. i'rlce, u.
tw. J. y uilzore. P.obert Jameson,
PENDLETON LODGE, NO. 52. A. F. AND
A. M., meets first and third Mondays of
each month Visiting brethren welcome.
T. J. Tweedy, W. M. ; Joe II. I'arkes, Sec
DAMON LODGE, NO. 4. MEETS EVERT
Monday evening In Secret Society hall.
LaDow block, at Pendleton Ore. IV. W.
Fletcher. 1C H. S. ; W. J. Keyra, C. C.
PENDLETON CIRCLE NO 027, WOMEN
of Woodcraft, meets every Friday even
ing at Hendrlx ball. 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,
II. Stewart Prop. Best care taken of
horses. Good stables and plenty of feed.
THE CITY LIVERY HOARD AND SALE
Stable. M. J. Carney, proprietor, for
fine turnouts. Stable US Alta street.
rEED AND SALES STADLE. LINDSBY
& Doty props.; Old Semple Stable. 72.1
Cottonwood street : careful attention given
to horses left with us.
COMMERCIAL STAllLES, G. M. FROOME
Prop. Livery, feed and boarding. All
kinds of turnouts. Competent drivers. Op
posite Hotel Pendleton. 'Phone, main 101.
OREGON TEED YARD. W tTuOYNTON.
prop. Special care given to horses left
with me. Lower Webb street. 'Phone,
THE TELEPHONE LIVERY, FEED AND SALE
Stable. Court street, oppoilte Conrt House:
boarding horses a rpeclslty; good turnouts;
rigs delivered ; I'hone Main Ssl,
PENDLETON SAVINGS DANK,
licn. urrcon. organized March 1,
Capital. J30.000 : surplus. $100.000 :
fct ! oed on all time denoslts. lux
Mu;jt and sold on all principal
Mciai attention given to col
n. i Furnish. nreldcnt : J. It.
a vice-president ; i. j. Morris, caanier
uaiosty, assistant cashier.
NATIONAL DANK OF PENDLE-
cspital. Siti.wo: surplus. 105.000:
iti a feceril banking business. Ex-
ana telegraphic transfers sold on
ko, tin Francisco, New York and
i roll's in the Northwest. Drafts
I "n China. Jartan and Etirone. Makps
lltss na reasonable terms. Levi An
prl(lnr w F Matlock, vlce-pres-
II ede ashler II. F Johnson.
pCHITECTS AND BUILDERS.
lAnOV. CONTRACTOR AND Bl'ILDER.
fuiai ui won uiurea on. job work.
won gusrsnteea. fbone Red Ml.
; UOWARD. Alit'UITECT AND SD-
vuwuickc auu c.ia'
Rm 17 Judd building.
i COLE. CONTRAOTnilS AVfl
J'b work a specialty. Prompt
'"op on Iilutf street near Main.
MAY CONTRACTOR ANTi Hnir.n.
u'laiates furnished tn hii irinrf
)arr (cinnr unll.u cnnA .u. AM
ortert. ar East Oregonlau olee. '
ITUOt'TllAV AIlPlllTPrvp ?rv urr
ateadeat Room 15. A,Ti.,in
i cumeioa, uregou.
Sour Milk is Old-fashioned
. Rich, Sweet Cream is
the Order of the Day
When meals are ready, nothing is more disagreeable or more dis
appointing than to find that the cream is sour. Tho richost, purest
and most delicious cream is without question
We are the originators of Evaporated Cream and our experience
has enabled us to produce an article of such quality that ninety
per cent of Evaporated Cream used is produced by us. Sea that
your Evaporated Cream bears this cap label. Tis
the cap of merit the sign of honest goods. It means
much to you if you want the best.
HELVETIA MILK CONDENSING COMPANY,
LET US FILL;
LEWIS MORRISON TONIGHT.
We can supply you with
Building Material of all
descriptions and save
Goethe's Immortal Story to be
sented at the Frazer.
l.owis .Morrison's "Faust" company
lins been on tour 20 seasons of 35
weeks each, lunUlnc a total number
of performances given In excess of
5000, but Goetho's immortnl story still
I possesses a strong fascination, anil
i this year Morrison's "Faust" company
I comes better equipped tlinn ever be
During the past slimmer elaborate
GEOItGE O'DAKlEL, NEW AND SECOND
band goods bought and sold. Court St.,
upera nouse diock. can and see mm.
V. STIIOBLE. DEALER I SECOND
band goods. If tnere Is aoj-tmng you
need In new and second-band furniture.
stores, granite ware and crockery, call aud
get ills prices. ro. court street.
NEW AND SECONDHAND GOODS
bought and sold; pawn brokers; money
advanced on all kinds of articles. Waters
& Sherry, props., 732 Cottonwood street.
MAI'I.C DUOS.. COIT.T STREET. GEN
eral Eltilrlans. dealers In electrical
supplies. Houses, stores, wired for electric
ltElits. bells or telephones. Electrical fix-
tutes of all kinds. Get our prices. Repair
work a specialty.
BLACKSMITH I NG.
CO TEL. AND & SON. GENERAL I1LACK
sinlthlns and repairing; horseshoeing a
specialty: work Dromntlr attended to: call
and see us: shoo 314 West Webb street.
just three blocks below Mam street.
HILLY KRASSIG, liARUEIl SHOP AND
bath rooms. Main street, three doors
north of Hotel St George. I'lrst-class
NEW TONSORIAL l'AKLORS, COURT ST.
Three doors west of Golden Rule hotel.
J II. race. prop, first-class workmen;
everything clean : all modern Improvements.
I'ATTON'S SANITARY' BAIIBER SIIOI',
Despaln block: Court street; best work
manship ; all the modern Improvements ;
all tools sterilized: bath rooms In con
Iin"rL3 "'WEIilNa AND CE
i. Cement walVs a nwlaiit n..
F lorauhed fr v.i, . j
I "ft E'ler and Zeuner'i cigar
ilo street 1'. o. box 101.
"ott6e Unltenltv nt w,,ni..i.
F'StrJ 'Pokaue 10 yers. tjfflc at
sJM&':" "ore. hon. Red HI
, -ioomeslieaied unlm.i.
W, v i nn r7Tl . : '
L?J'rtto Veterlnars CeUw.-
FEE TIKE iinirTVm .. .
Pt Itilr f.r.u ' VE11I
liMlnT0,CrLL'rert' Stable or tela-
"i and the hack will call for
Fct Co. """
T AND?H0E REPAIRING.
ai?rWAV.?'.TE OLD RELIABLE
I- , . . , . . "vi-i-iasa mm .Im. . . ..
ca. 'r oi uiuainger,
i S SSSPIENIB THE OLD-
UIC inn rpl1nn -
OBIce with Uartman
Elooer-gp, ViV: 8- LAND COU
'V!jJtlL'4 of land .oiluV.
"u'ldlac, room la ot'
ffiJriIO COUBT hT.
STAR ElirLOrMENT OFFICE. CSS
slain St.; If you need help or seek em
ployment call on us. 'I'hone. main 1011.
WANTED WORK AT WASHINO, IRONING
or house cleaning. Inquire at 7ul Alu St.
Building paper, lime, ;
cement, brick and sand.
Wood gutters for barns i
and dwellings a specialty.
Oregon Lumber Yard
Alta St., Opp. Court House !
Bar in connection.
Bet. Alta & Webb Sts.
In Center of Block.
F. X. Sciempp
CiftANTIC fiCVii JCa
new scenery lias been nalnteil anil
new vocal ami choral music added
The electrical effects are provided by
the most prominent electrical llrm
In New York and owlnu to the rank
development In tills particular Indus
try some startling effects have been
devised for the garden, Hrocken
aotheo8ls and tho various scenes o
the play. Lewis Morrison's "Faust"
appears at the Frazer tonight.
TOO MANY BLOSSOMS.
GOOD SOUND WOOD
Never corrodes, never
sweats nor expands J in fact
never give an trouble of
any kind and it used for ill
classes of work. A very
superior covering for barns,
factories, depots, canneries,
tanneries, abed and mining
ttmi lot booklet. 6
The Paraffine Paint Co.
Un Francisco, Seattle,
Portland, Los Anjelci
and Denver, Colorado.
SU:U .xl CW hw,
r.. ll. b Mara !". rMta.
JiU- (.. I'll 1 LA,
Fruit Man Says Buds Should be Thin
Apricot and peach trees aro In
bloom In tho Walla Wulla valley, and
If the present weather continues cher
ry trees will boon be covered with
blossoms, says the Walla Walla
Union. Thd later peach trees bloom
first and afterwards the hlosbonis on
the earlier peach trees appear.
i The prospects for a good crop of
I all Kinds of fruit are better than
1 they have been for some years, In
fact, unless a frost comes or tho buds
n thlnnrwl utit It lu nmlinliln tlmt
Is always received when you f tUo crop will be very largo, tho slzo
oi tno rrult small anil tun quality
poor. Hpeaking (lf this a prominent
produce man said yesterday:
"The best thing that could happen
to tho fruit trees at this season Is a
Host that would kill about, hair the
buds, but olio frost Is enough ami wo
do not wish for any moie.
"With half the buds killed tho rest
of the fruit would he largo and of
very fine quality."
Cherry tiees will not bo in bloom
lor some time yet, hut the prospects
for a good crop are better than over
place your order with us.
Fir. Tamarack and
Why buy poor coal when you
the best for the same
Telephone Main 5 J
TO SELL MAINE WRECK.
GOING TO BUILD
OR MAKE IMPROVEMENTS?
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
Lumber Yard ,
ROBERT FORSTER, Proprietor
I Cuban Harbors to be Cleared of
Washington. March 31. Tho Cuban
, cabinet at a icceiit meeting decided to
call for. bids by advertisement, both
in Havana and ubioad, for the i
muval from Havana harbor of Din
wieck of the battleship Maine and tho
emoval of the wrecks of tho several
Spanish war vessels lying on the
southern coast of the Island, Illds
will also bo invited for removing the
wreck of the Merrlmae from tho en
trance of Santiago harbor and the
Spanish cruiser Alfon.o XIII, which Is
grounded on tho north coast, near
II Is the expectation of the Cubans
that a neat sum will bo realized by
this transaction, as bidders will not
be paid for the work, but will be re
quired to pay for the privilege, on
condition that the recovered ships and
material shall pass to them, There
are a number of bidders awaiting tho
opportunity to submit proposals,
among them C, V. W lieely, notork
ously associated with tho Havana
It Is reported that the Spanish novf
ernment seeks to recover some of the
phlps now lying on tho southern coast
of the island, but all bids must bo
mndo by Individuals or Arms. Offers
from tho Spanish government will not
Swedish College at Llndsborg, Kas.,
Prepares for Annual Musical Fes
tival. Undsbnrg, Kas.. April 1. Tho otio
cherished dny for tho Swedish colony
of Il.eoo families living In and about
this place Is Unster, and tho chief
glory thereof Is "Tho Messiah." This
great musical festival out on tho
prairies, which will continue through
tho whole of next week, will bring
together thousands ot people from nil
parts of Kansas and from Nebraska,
Minnesota and other states where
Swedish colonies exist.
Tho Llndsborg colony was founded
lu ISO!), and with It lletbnny college.
In 1ST!) Dr. Olnf Olson visited Loudon
and beard "The Messiah," and lie at
once planned to have It produced nt
home. Now tho week preceding Has
ler each venr marks the greatest mus
ical festival In all the West. Klve
hundred men and women are In the
chorus, Tho chapel choir numbers
20 voices,, mnlo chorus '0, the
Indies' chorus 50, the orchestra has
fio instruments and tho band 110. The
leiiownod military band of Kort Kiley
is expected to take part In ono C the
concerts this year. Tho men of tho
chorus appear In black, the maids In
plul; and while, tho costumes making
GOLDEN RULE HOTEL
Corntr Court anil Johnwn Streets,
M. F. Kolly, Proprlotor.
SUING FOR ELLIS ISLAND.
A Case In Trenton, N. J., Which Dates
Back to Royalist Days.
Trenton, N. J April t. Hack of n
suit which came up for preliminary
hearing today In this city Is a story
dntlng back to royalist dnys. The ac
tion Is brought by the "descendants
of the original proprietors of tho
lands In tho province of ICast Jersey"
nnd Is to lcgnln possession of Kills
Island. Uobblns lteef nnd Oyster is
lnnd, all contained In Now York bay
In the early colonial days tho dividing
lino between the ownership of public
lands by Hnst and West Jersey was
drawn sharply across tho state from
Delaware Water Cap to Little Kgg
Harbor. Tills organization has been
kept up to the present day. In the
present suit tho complainants avur
that the Immigration commissioner
has no right to Ellis Island, that It
does not belong to Now York State,
but to Now Jersey, and that Kills
Island Is their property.
HEATED BY STEAM
LIGHTED BY ELECTIIICITY
Amnrtcim l'lun, nit- I. '.'". to.yj.OO
Km-opcim l'lun. floe. "Se. 9I.OO.
MpeclHl iiiU'K ly week or mouth.
Free 'bus meets all traluM
Commercial trade solicited
Fine sample room
Special Attention (liven Country Trade
CORNER MAIN AND WEBB STS,
IN AND NEAR PENDLETON. . . .
3-lot tract, ono of tho best building
sites on tho bottom S00.
8 lots, bouse nnd barn, well located
20-lot tract, Irrigated; something to
Invest In flG.000
3'4, acres, largo Iioubo, stono collar,
fruit of all kinds, rich soli, barn,
well irrigated 12250
1 acres, house, barn, fruit, ono of tho
best gardens in town $2C0O
0-ncro chicken farm, Irrigated bottom
land, house, barn, chicken houses,
Incubators, fruit, alfalfa ..,.$2000
10 acres, mostly rich bottom, woll lnr-
15 acres, 8 acres of It rich bottom,
running wator, bouso, chicken yards
ono of the best small places In Pen
SOME BARGAINS IN FARMS AT
$10 to $13 PER ACRE.
N. T. Confclln.
Phone, Red 277.
Just received another
car load of Poultry and
stock supplies at the,
127 and 120 Kant Alfa Street
GEO. DAnVEAU. Prop.
Block and a half from depot
Sample room In connection.
ROOM RATE" 50o, 75o, $1.0f
Ainerlcsu Plau, Jj per day and upwtr.
Headquarter! for tourUta aud commercial tra.
elera. Special ratca made to CatiilHea and alalia
gentlemen, The management will ba plaaaad
at all limea to how roomt and give price. A
modern Turkiah uath eatablUhmeiit la the taoUl
II, C. BOWKKH, Manager
.8o acres grain and stock
ranch in Klickitat Connty,
Wash., 150 acres in wheat.
Whole thing fenced two and
three wires. Two good
houses nnd two sets farm
buildings, living water and
wells. Sinical nicuntain free
range for stock, $8 per acre.
We have the finest stock
ranch In the west lor sale. Con
trols all the water and range
for twenty miles: twenty miles
of fencing; Ho acres Irrigated C
anu in oiiana. fair nuuuings,
orchard and vineyard, $25,000
takes it for two weeks.
Section Horse Heaven Land
$7.00 per acre.
Irrigated Trails at all Prices, t
Noasly-Scott Investment Co,
IT'S JUST A C0UQH
ilinr onto vnur limi'u sore nnd weak
and paves tho way for Pneumonia or
Consumption, or both. Acker's Eno
Hah Remedv will uton the rough In a
day and heal your lungs, It will euro
Consumption, Asthma, Bronchitis,
and all throat and lung troubles, Pos
itively guaranteed, and money refund
ed If you aro not satisfied. Write to
us for free samplo. W. II, Hooker &
Co., Buffalo, N. V. V. W. Schmidt &
Holds no customer re
sponsible for more than
the margin ho places on a
A margin of one cent it
bushel , is required on
grain, and $3 a share on
stocks, An eighth cent
a bushel commission is
charged on grain and
of one per cent on stocks,
B. E. KENNEDY
Manager Pendleton Office
120 COURT STREET
Dally East Oregonlan by
only 15 cents a week.
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