East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, April 14, 1903, Image 7

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OCULISTS.
dr. w. w. axn-
retson, graduate
optician. The only
complete optical
parlor In the city.
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or eramlnstton anu coiwuiuuiuu.
DENTISTS.
bnlldloir. 'Phone, rea. s.
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Ian block, over Schmidt's new drug
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ATTORNEYS.
Veterinary surgeon.
I; HcN'ABB, VETKR1NARY 8U110EON.
rlasiv t Spokane 10 years, ofllce at
1 Co'j. drug itore. Phone lied 141,
W. VAOOIIAN, GRADUATE OP
tu Francisco Veterinary College-;
Steaded to day or nlRht. Office at
Stables ; 'phone red 511.
.BANKS AND BROKERS.
i NATIONAL DANK OF ATHENA,
M. Capital. 150.000: surplus and
16.000. Interest on time depoalta.
In foreign and domestic exchange,
loni promptly attended to. Henry
In. president ; T. J. Kirk, vlce-prost-I
B, LeGrow, cashier; 1. M. Kemp,
til(t.
vARUKRS' HANK OF WESTON.
loo, Oregon. Docs a general banking
a. Exchange bougut ana sola, coi
i Komptly attended to. It. Jameson.
ki : ueorse W. l'roebstel : rlce-presl-
fl. I!. Ellgore, casbler: directors, O.
imtn. SI. M Johns. T. J. Trice, O.
ir, J, F. Ellgore. Robert Jameson,
l'roebstel.
PENDLETON 8AV1NC1B BANE.
Uleton, Oregon. Organised March 1,
Capital. (30,000; surplus, $100,000;
i snowed on all time deposits, ex
bought snd sold on all principal
Special attention given to col-
b. VT. J. Fnrnlsb. Dreaident : J. N.
I?lte president; T. J. Morris, cashier;
i uiioQey, assistant casbler.
NATIONAL HANK OF I'ENni.K.
Capital, ?70,000 ; surplus. XOr.,000 ;
irt a iteneral banking business. Ex
t and telezrsnble trannfeni sold on
San Francisco. New York and
lol point In the Northwest. Drafts
( on tnma. Japan nnd l;urope. Makes
kim on reaonnbIe terms. Ijerl An
president ; W. V Matlock, vlce-pres-
Pi'. It. Wade, cashier; II. F. Johnson,
Mt ruble'.
RCHITECTS AND BUILDERS.
IfOtf.CONTRACTOK AND Bt'II.DKK.
" woric iiturea on. Job work,
fttorr work guaranteed. Pnoue Keil Wt.
iiniviiti. . ....
" "UUU UUIIUIUK.
JAMES A. FEE, liAAV OFFICE IN JUDD
building.
KAILF.Y & LOWELL. ATTORNEYS AT
law. Ofllce In Despaln block.'
DALLERAY & McCOURT, LAWYERS. AS
roclatlon building.
CK I PAI .. .
P Utam furnished on short
1. ik . "peciaiiy. rrompi
l'- "''P on llliiff street near Main'
&iL.S0NT.ltACTOK ANU BUILD
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ll ."C"J?B. AND 80.
liar, S.,. ""SS, . Association
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orders im.X. ".."'"
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WBo AND CARRIAGES.
P.Ju for3 N,EW AND VERY
rCarluYa'd jiJ'B,5T,cI? of tb Pub"c-
Connerrlif r?' McKay, prop. Call
I - - win vKii iur
S2,ImS fot,w,tL'UKH' Por.
Il A" ilreet hi'.. .ni'' 5ntl "'tlnE
llag. ,,WM "et to Savings Uank
.
Srl? STIIEBT, UHK.
Ll: "ouies ffi1"" ln electrical
. Wh ir telVnlS?, wlred 'or 'lectrlc
Li'petUlt"' Uet our prlcea. Repair
KyOLD RELIABLE
L5i"1- 8hon fe" "Wirt" wlJ
r C, 0000 ln rear of Drndlnger,
CARTER BALKY. ATTORNEYS AT
law. Office In Saving Bank building.
HENRY J. BEAN. ATTORNEY" AT LAW.
Arsoctatlon block, I'endletcn, Oregon.
F.. D. BOYD. ATTORNEY AT LAW 1U
Court street.
L. B. REBDER, ATTORNEY
I'ondleton, Oregon.
AT LAW,
N. BERKELEY. ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Ofllce In Savings Bank building.
II. E. COLLIER, LAWYER, OFFICE
Booms 7 nnd 8, Association building.
STILLMAN & 1'IERCE, ATTORNEYS AT
Lew Mr. Stlllmnn has been admitted to
prnctlco In United States patent ofllces
nnd makes n specialty of Patent Luw.
Rooms 10, 11, 12 and 13, Association
Block.
It. J. S LATCH, ATTORNEY! Ilb"oMST3.j
Judd building.
FRATERNAL ORDER8.
DAMON LODOE, NO. , MEETS EVERY
Monday evening In Secret Society hall.
LaDow block, lit Tendleton Ore. R. W.
Fletcher, E. It. 8.; w: J. Keyea, C. C.
PENDLETON CIRCLE NO B27, WOMEN
of Woodcraft, meets every Friday even
lna at Hcndrlx hall. All visiting neighbors
are cordially Invited to attend. Minnie
Stlllman, Guardian Neighbor; Eva Flet
cher. Cleric
BOARD AND LODGING.
NICE FORNIBIIED ROOMS FOR RENT 1)5
East Alta street, second door from Wheeler's
gallery.
HOTEL ALTA. CORNER ALT A AND
Mill streets. Board by the day or week.
Good table set. Rates 13 M and M.50 per week.
Pendleton feed yard In connection.
W. W. Edmlaten, Prop.
THE STItAHON ROOMING HOUSE, 018
Main street. Mrs. n. E. Cooper, Prop.
Everything strictly flrst-clnss. Kates 25c,
DOc and fl per day.
WHEN YOU 00 TO PILOT ROCK STOP AT
the City Hotel. Good meals and first class
rooms, npecial attention given to commercial
travelers Mrs. C. 11. Bletel, Pilot Rock, Ore.
THWlfnEvTiKMnDINa AND LODGING
Houic, 801 South Main street, Mrs. Helen
Whlttemore Prop. Housekeeping rooms and
lodging rooms. Good comfortable rooms and
clean, well-kept bed. Lodging 5.1 cents.
LIVERY AND FEED STABLES.
TUB DEPOT STABLES. COTTONWOOD
street, between Alta and Webb streets.
II. Stewart Prop. Beat care taken of
horses. Good stables and plenty of feed.
THE CITY LIVERY BOARD AND SALE
Stable, M. J. Carney, proprietor, for
fine turnouts. Stable 118 Alta street.
FEED AND BALES STABLE, LINDSEY
& Doty props.; Old Semple Stable, 723
Cottonwood street; careful attention given
to horses left with as.
COMMERCIAL STABLES, O. M. FROOME
1'rop. Livery, feed and boarding. All
kinds of turnouts. Competent drivers. Op
posite notel Pendleton. 'Phone, main tel.
THE TELEPHONE LIVERY, FKED AND BALK
Stable, Uonrt street, opposite Court House;
board!ngrhorses a specialty; good turnouts;
rigs delivered; Phone MslnSbl.
TON80RIAL PARLOR8.
BILLY KRABSIG, BARBER SHOP AND
bath rooms. Main street, three doors
north of Hotel St. George. First-class
aaryloa.
NEW TONSOHIAL PARLORS, COURT ST.
Three doors west of Golden Rule hotel.
J II. Pace. prop. First-class workmen;
everything clean; all modern Improvements.
PATTON'S SANITARY' HARDER 8HOP,
Despaln block; Court street; best work
manship; all the modern improvements;
all tools sterlllied; bath rooms In connection.
INSURANCE AND LAND BUSINE88
I!. H. HUYSON. ATTORNEY AT LAW;
Co'lectlmis ind Irmrauc-!. OtAo1 In K.
O. building.
J. M. UENTLEY RKPRKSKNTS THE OLDF.8T
and most reliable fire and accident lnsurame
companies. Office with Hartman Abstract o.
JOHN 1IAILEY, JR.. U. 8. LAND COM
mlsaloner Specialty made of land lllnss
and proof; Insurance and collections. Of
fice In Jodt' building, room 18.
JOE H. I'ARKES, OFFICE 120 COURT KT.
lend office business, such as flllnc of claims
and Initiating contests a specialty.
EMPLOYMENT OFFICE8.
TAR EMPLOYMENT OFFICB, 6M
Main 8t i If jrou need help or .seek em
ployment call on as. "Phone, main tOtt.
SECOND-HAND DEALER8.
V. STI'.OSLE, DEALER IN SECOND
band goods. If there Is anything you
ucvu iu not. cum , ,
stoves, granite ware and crockery, call and
. . . ... n.n .....I
get nis prices, no. -i
NEW AND SECONDHAND GOODS
bought and sold; pawn brokers; money
advanced on all kinds of articles. Waters
& Sherry, props., 782 Cottonwood street
BLACKSMITHING.
UOPELAND & SON. GBNERAlTiLACK.
smlthluc and repairing; horseshoeing s
specialty ; work promptly attended to : call
nnd see us; shop 314 West Webb street,
just three .blocks below Main street.
FOR 6ALE.
FOR HALE AT A BARM UN A S X-ROOM
nouse with bath, puutry, and cellar! two
aorea ol ground good water; ilasel ; ktreot
West Pendleton. Inquire of J. P. tirl, or of
Fred Karl at feople Warehouse.
FOR SALE LODGING HOUSE. HKESl'OONK
more and imuuiuvlt, 'M tS. Court tit.
WANTED...
Wit WANT A REPRESENTATIVE IN THIS
State to present our business- oat proposi
tion Is an excestlonal ene and offsis to a good
reliable, Mnsst pirtr, with nfsnneet, not less
than lira pat month... No canvassing or ap
nAtntlnr nf ajrenta. A bona fide. Iftwtllmita
baslness. Address with stamp, 0. O. Tulslfsr
A CO., Lumber sxenange, neaitie, w asn.
WANTED BOARDBRR AND ROOMERS AT
Mrs. Hslcomb's, SIS Main street; gentlemen
prercrrsj.
WANTED, 8KWINO IN FAMILIKH BY FIRST.
class seamstress, usuor auaress siu Ann hi.
WANTED WORK AT WASHING, IRONINO
or house oleanlng. inquire at 7Ui Alia hi.
IN POUND THE FOLLOWING DH
scrtbed animals have been taken np by
the marshal of the City of Pendleton, to
tN It t
One roan horse, about, 1 years old, weight
7X1 pounds! b.and not vlalble. On. bay mare,
about 7 years old, weight 1200 pounds; brand
ed J A V. Three j-eatltng colts; on brown,
with whlta.fac! one, bay with whit
Ucenndlegsl onebsy with whit hind legs
brands not vial si, on ehcstnnt sorrel, about
8 years old, weight about 1000 pounds; whit
f co and right hind leg! brand not vlalble.
one black colt, white sUlp In lace, one year
old: branded T on left hip. One brown mare,
white spot In face, about 7 years old! branded
Tonlclt hip. One brown mar with young
colt, weiaht about NX) pounds, B years old;
brand not visible. One sorrel mare with white
tripe In face and two white hind feet, bout 3
years old, weight about 800 pounds One brown
rott, about I year old; brand not visible. One
bay mare with white stripe In face, and young
ralti atwmt A Tr old i brand not visible. On
! bay colt, white spot In lotebrnd; one white
Hnd toot; branded with Indian brand on right
nifi
it said at.tmals are not claimed by the
owners or those entitled to tn possession,
crats and exnensea airalnst tuem nald. and
then taken away within ten days from the
slots hereof, then at 2 o'clock p. m. of the
anlmsls will he sold to the highest bidder,
at public auction for cash, at the city
nonnd. on the corner of Cottonwood and
Webb streets. In the City of Pendleton, tho
proceeds of such sal to be applied to the
payment or aucn costs ana expenses or mai
ini sale.
Dated this loth day of April, 1903.
J. A. BLAKELY, City Marshal.
HOTELS.
i
,.."VVur l"'"ll"'r touk tin; cIvll-mTvlcL- rNumln.illou, lint he fulled to gueai the
ciirrfct answer to a Dingle question.'
' hut dirt they Uo with iilm?"
Jl.ulc hlni a weuther prophet."
TO PREVENT FROST.
California Man Invents a Novel Plan
to Moderate Weather.
Mr. P. J. Bolton, who Is tho U. S.
wenthor observer at Fresno, Cal nas
originated n most novel Idea for tho
protection of fruit trees against iiostp.
This consists In an clcclrlc ther
mometer, which is exposed to the air,
r.nd which rings an alarm clock whoa
the temperature reaches a certain tie
glee, thereby warning tl'o fjt.it..;. ewe
to hustle out and raise the tempera
ture. And here is where the Inventive
genius of Mr. Holton rises superior
to the weather.
Strung along through the rows be
tween the fruit trees are a number of
pots about CO feet apart. These, are
much like a big flower pot, except
that they have covers. They are
kept filled with crude oil, which be
ing lighted, will burn for about six
hours. The cover is kept on to pie-
THE GOB
COMMISSION CO.
Holds no customer re
sponsible for more than
the margin he places on a
trade.
A margin of one cent .1
bushel is required on
grain, and $2 a share on
stocks. An eighth cent
a bushel commission is
charged on grain and
of one per cent on stocks.
R. L. BOULTER
Manager Pendleton Office
120 COURT STREET
vent flames from issuing, and to main
tain an even temperature. As a re
sult, the frosty air rapidly disappears
and the life of tho tree is saved. Thir
ty to 40 pots are considered about
right for an acre. Tho company man
ufacturing the pots haB arranged to
place l.OOO.OOO on tho market this
year owing to tho demand In the past.
The pots should last flvo years. Three
men with a wagon can load GO acres
of fire pots a day. and eight men can
light the pots over the same acreage
In two hours. Tho pots cost 20 cents
each and tho oil two cents per gallon,
making the average annual cost of the
plant $1.27 per acre.
DEMAND IN ORIENT.
Scott's Stutil-PepsiD Gapsuks
A PMITIVK OUHE
For iBflammstleo or Catarrh
of the Madder and DlMiueil
Kldaeys. No our no PT
Ouna qalakly and Penaa
neatly tka worst cases of
Ueaasrrliooa, and SUIs-at,
no matterof bow long stand,
lag. Absolutely harmleu.
Hold by drofxists. Price
St. 00, or by mail, postpaid,
StJ,3 boxes t,.
THE SANTAl-PEPtlrt CO.,
aiLLarONTaiHC. omio.
Sold by'F. W. Schmidt & Co.
Consumption of American Goods of
All Kind Rapidly Increasing In
China, Japan and the Philippines.
Allan Cameron, tho Oriental agent
of the O. II. & N. company, with head
quarters at Hong Kong, China, In a
recent Interview, said;
"American goosls of all kinds are
tapidly Increasing In consumption in
China, Japan, India, Slam and tho
i'hllippincs. Cotton goods, bicycles,
canned goods, steel of all kinds. Hour
and machinery. Including locomotives
lor Interior railroads, electrical appli
ances, an! coming over thero by tho
Lhip load. The roads In China and
Japan are the very finest hard finish
ed macadam and are kept In splendid
condition the year round. As the)
use no vehicles or horses In those
countries to speak of, It Is easy to
keep the roads In fine shape. China
men and Japs have learned the use
of the bike, which has to a largo ex
tent taken the place or rickshaws,
hand carts and coolie carrying poles.
Transportation In these countries Is
principally done on the backs of
coolies, who are paid about four cents
a day In Mexican money. When they
want to load a ship with merchandise
the goods are packed from the ware
house on tho backs of a line of coolies
which circles between tho warehouso
and ship like an endless chain and
every time a man passes tho tally
man he receives his cash which ho
tucks In his blouse. This cash is
about tho tenth of u Mexican cent.
All money values and exchange thero
nio based on Mexican silver. Hold
Is unknown.
A RICH "WILDCAT."
otTBEa;
OuimsmS
MEN AND WOMEN.
TJm Big a for anDStaral
&'SJo
f mucous DKisbrsnai,
Pslalws. and not "'
l,,,ouiU.. "'ronoui.
ITHCEUMUOO. -iaV,Drro,
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HMCHESTER'S PILLS
lli:i Uld "-W J'
f4ub.slsnli"'l"'""- :
lirwil.l. 01 wl -1 1'VI'l I" '"' l ':
Uvular. l.lliui"-i "JT"T
A. D. Sly, of Michigan, After Examina
tion of Highland Property, Is Well
Pleased.
A. D. Sly, of l'lymotith, Michigan,
who eamo to Sumpler n week or so
1 ago. as. mentioned in The Miner, to
look over the Highland property,
' with a view to Investing, Is well pleas
ed with the mine. After a thorough
1 inspection, In a letter addressed to
Noll J. SorcnBen & Co.. lie Hears ovi
, denco regarding tho high character
ol too piopositlou as ioiiowh:
"I am heio all safo and Bound. 1
have inspected sivery claim thorough
ly and am well nleased in each and
, every tunnel. That a rotation of
cluiiuH extending across a gulch from
mountain top to mountain top Iiub
been opened up in no less than seven
places and to my knowledge shows In
everv drift good ore values, Is Indeed
' promising to say tho least of It. If
tills Ib a 'wildcat" It has a mighty
rich lur," tstirapter Miner,
I Oh, grip! What sins are conceal'
I ed in tho name!. Atchison Globe,
GOLDEN RULE HOTEL
Corner Court and Johnson Streets,
Pendleton, Oregon.
M. F. Kelly, Proprietor.
j
HEATED BY STEAM
LIGHTED BY ELECTRICITY
American I'lnu. rnt Vl.ttff to !t.lK)
per slar.
RuropsMiu Plan. SOo. 7fle, 1.(K),
Speclttl niton by week or month.
Free 'bus meets all trains
Commercial trade solicited
Fine sample room
Special Attention Given Country Traf
HOTEL
ST. GEORGE
CORNER MAIN AND WEBB ST8
Csb1ssbssssssssbs
GEO DARVEAU. Prop.
Elegantly Furnished
Steam Heateo
Huropcau Plan.
Block and.a half from depot.
Sample room In connection.
ROOM RATE
50c, 75c, $1.01
THE PORTLAND
PORTLAND. OREGON
Americas Wan, fj !r day and upwata
Headquarters for tourists and commercial tree
cltrs? Hpeclal rates made to families and slngls
gentlemen, Tbc management will be pleased
at all times to show rooms and give prices. A
modern Turkish bath establishment tu the botsi
II, C. UOWKKB, Manager,
TRANSPORTATION
OREGON
aw union pacific
Two Trains to the East Daily
Throush Pullman standard and Tourist a
tag ears daily to Omaha, Chicago! tsnartst
sleeping oar stall? to Kansas CItyl throogk
Pnllraan tourist tlecplni; ears ipetssnall cos
ducted) weekly to Ohtoago, Kansas City, St.
touts and Mnmphls! reclining chstr cart (MM
tree) 10 ins casioauj.
cariav Time SohsMtttlo aaarvs
roa From t'omltotou nsoa
Portland I'ortland Special No. t Tfcs Cast
8:10 am KHWs.nS.
Chicago Chicago Special Mo, 1 PortIan4
&!50 .m S'.wpm
,
Portland Mall and Kxpress NoJ The .Boss.
1:50 am ltuasa
The East Mall and Express No. PoriUo4
IMitn , ts
Pendleton Passenger Bpokoa
Wo. 7 5:sa
Bpokans Spokane PasMnger
Silt am No. 8
Penduton Branch 1 ,
Mixed Train No, 41 '
. Walls Walla Branch '
ll.OU p m Mlxfrt Train No.
""Ocean and River Schedale. t
rBOM PORTLAND.
All sailing datsa sab-
P.. rSanfnToo
Ball every 3 days.
"TJaTfj
5uaV Columbia Illver ttM,
SrOOn m. To Astoria and Way Sunday
Saturday Landings.
100 p ui.
AVIIInmotto Ktvur.
Boats leave Portland dally, except Saaday.
(stage ol water permitting) lor Ylllanietta aa4
Yaminii mrer points.
Leave
Hlparla
4 :05a. m.
n.iiu
Excpt Monj
Snake River
Hlparla to Lewlatou
lisavs
Lawlttoa
7a. as,
Dall
KxcptM
r. IT. WAMSLKY, Agent, Psadtof..
Washington &
Columbia River
Railroad
Take this
route for
Chicago, Ht. Paul, Ht. Louis, tUa
saw City, Bt. Joe, Omaha, and
All Points East and South
Portlaad and potats
oa the Sasaad
TIMB CARD.
Laavs rsndletoo, dally esoept tuUrs
7 Arrive' Pan dUlon Monday, Wedaesday 4
'attivs pendiaton Tnesday, Tfcarsday aa4
Satorday 9 35 am.
ijsave Walla Walla dally, east bouad, USS) paav.
Arrlva WaUa Walla dally, weal bound, s M ass.
Wot tnlonnatlon regarding rates and aeso
aaodatloni, call on or sddryts
renaiewi, ur
I. B. CALDKKnlAD, O. r. A..
WalU Walla. Weak.
The East Oregonlan Is Eastern Ore.
pnr.aj.nf atluj. nsner. It Isads
and the people appreciate it and show
It by their iioerai patronage. 11
advertising medium of this section.
TO
RUNS
Pullman Sleep! ug Can,
Elegant Dining Cars,
Tourist Sleeping Cars.
Br. PAUL.
MINNKAPOLW
DULUTH
KASGO
GRAND St)BJUI
CHOOKBTON
WINNKPKO
HELKNA and
BirrrB.
THROUGH TICKETS
CHICAGO
WASHINGTON
PHILADELPHIA
NEW YORK:
BOHTON
and all point East and Boutli
rhrasuh tlcksu to Japan and China, rla
Taooma and Northern Pact tie
Tt
and American line.
1 Steamship Oea
TIMI SCHIOULI,
Trains leave Pendleton dally exeept Sasdaf
at 7 300 p. m.
For lurthsr Inlormatlon, tlms cards, mate
and tickets, call on or writs W. Adams, Psav
dlston, Oregon, or A. O. U A RLTON ,
Third and Morrison BU., Porllaud. Ore.
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in m,L Mtrnni i. nMrinanens uuru. ,u m-ii p ,u vi . . ,
JI. UKUIC'IKll DO.. Hun Froutl.cu, vm.
MANHOOD RESTORED "CUPIIENE
This ureal VtnetaLlo Vltiillwr, the prescrlpllpn of a .famous Pronoh P?TMcUru will,
oultklfcurovoiiolallnerviiusoraiwuwsoMneKra
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SOLD BY TALL MAN A CO, DRUGGISTS, PENDLETON, OREQOH, j