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DAILY EAST OWtQQNIAN, PtNDHTON. ORISON. THUIWOAV, MAY ,4. Itoi
. TRADE8, ALPHAMTICALLY ARRANGED.
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on" 12 a. m..i
JtB it hearing.
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INSURANCE AND LAND BUSINES3
B. S. nnV80N, ATTOUNKY AT LAW:
Collections aid Irsnrance. Offloo In B.
j. K. BENTLKY REPRESENTS THE OLDEST
and most reliable fire and accident Insurance
companies. Office with Hartman Abstract Co.
tniln 721 1 res-
JOHN HA1LKY. 4H, V. 8. LAND COM
mlssloner Specialty nude of land Bllnr
and proof: Insurance and collections, of
flee In Jodd building, room 18.
JOB O. PARKES. OFFICE 120 COUHT ST.
land office business, inch ai filtna; of claims
and Initiating contests a specialty.
BOARD AND LODGING.
1I0TKL AI.TA, CORNER ALTA AND
Mill streets. Hoard by the day or
week. Good table set. Rates J3.50 and
$4.50 per week. Pendleton Feed Yard In
connection. W. W. Edmlstcn, Prop.
THK STRAHON ROOMING HOUSK. 018
Main street. Sirs. II. K. Cooper, Prop.
IIvcrythlnR strictly first-class. Rates 25c,
r0c and 1 per day.
WHEN YOU GO TO IULOT ROCK STOP
at the City Hotel. Good meals and
first-class rooms. Special attention given
to commercial travelers. Mrs. C. II. Die
tel, Pilot Rock, Ore.
x t GARRET
wo. graduate optl
(.. Th nnlr com
K optical parlor In
KTcltT. Sir doors
Mtk of V. 0.. Main
.w No fee charged
Esau PEXTisT. omcu IX
Egg, 'rioae, rrf 1
5tist."offick IN AS-
CLt n Schmidt's oe drus
THE WHITE HOARDING AND LODGING
House. 301 South Main street. Mrs.
Helen Wlilttemore, Prop. Housekeeping
rooms and lodging rooms. Uood comforta
ble rooms and clean, well-kept beds.
Iiodging 25 cents.
MRS. H. L. HUNTINGTON HAS FDRCRABED
the Lodging House at 6 Garden Street,
where she will be glad to ce bar friends and
HILLY KRASSIG. HARDER SHOP AND
Until rooms. Main street, three doors
north, of Hotel St. George. First-class
NEW TONSORIAL PARLORS. COURT ST.
Three doors west of Golden Rule Hotel.
J. 11. face, prop, rirst-class workmen
everything clean ; all modern Improve
PATTOVK SANITARY HARDER SHOP.
Desialn block. Court street; best work
manship: all the modern Improvements;
nil tools sterilized ; bath rooms In connection.
ISCi... ,h I!n Wen, tv of
Li cttj trterlnarlan of Hpo
Enk Wirt t Tallman & Co a.
LTtIom. red ML Treats all
E7 iantkitcd animals.
IWIKS AND BROKERS.
IllMKU. BANK OP ATHENA.
W Cijitil, .V).ikju: surplus and
UK interest tin time deposits.
Kemp ud domestic ciciinnce.
inaptly tlltntiea io. ueury
riniHt T J. Mrs, vice-pres-ILtCiw,
cashier I. M. Kemp,
WUU BASK OF WESTON,
laCnra. Hoes a ceneral lutnk
mm. litkinje bousht and sold,
pa pmplli ittf ndl to. IL Jam-
Bmti (rforp- lToelistel,
its; 1. 11 Kllsurt, nuliler: (II
1 1 llinmia. M. )I. Johns. T.
ttltGnr. J. K Kllsore, Rob
BtmOX SAVINGS DANK,
sa, (rttuo. Orzanliptl Mnrrh 1 .
ttal mono; surplus. JUKI,-
ps mtta on til time deposits,
ktatt ud sold on all principal
I fetal Mention plrpn tn r.,1.
I' Farnlsb. president , J N.
T, J. Morris, cashier ,
HTKJX1L BANK OK PlINDI.E
at mm surplus. J.-,,0(X(
jreril banklns buslne. V.x
"'ICTplilc transfers sold on
i!?,?,cl,m- xw Vork and
" wa Is the Nithest. Drafta
am. Jjpan and Euric Makes
J" wguMe terms. I.e7l An
tii.J V Matliiek. vlce-pres.
Jlj;Je.tMliler II p Johnson,
tl2'i,TEAN d1 IP I L
fciSL1 k flsur-d on. Job
tW. AliCIIITWl- ivi, ui.
CS't.S'' ""'I'leie "and r'ell"
"jr. CONTKAt THUS AND
V,M'? furnuuert on khort
fL? re-t near Main.
(OTbhed o .a klnUs
I"11 "reconlttn office
8 'iTWT ANli
a vciaiw n.
LIVERY AND FEED STABLES.
THE DEPOT STADLES. COTTONWOOD
street, between Alts, and Webb streets.
II. Stewart, lrop. Dest care taken of
horses, uood statues ana plenty of feed.
THE CITY LIVERY HOARD AND SALE
Stable. M. J. Carney, proprietor, for
fine turnouts. Stock boarued at reaionsble
rates, stable US Alt street.
COMMERCIAL STAIILES, G. M. FROOME
prop. Livery, reed and boarding. All
kinds of turnouts. Competent drivers.
Opposite Hotel Pendleton. 'Phone, main
STAR EMPLOYMENT OFFICE, 838
Main 8L: If yoo need help or seek em
ployment emu on as. "t'oooe, mam iuii.
COPELAND & 80N, GENERAL BLACK-
smithing and repairing: horseshoeing
specialty: work promptly attended to: call
and see us; shop 314 West Webb street
Just three blocks below Main street.
DAMON LODGE, XO. 4, MEETS EVERY
jioiumy evening in secret society nan.
IjDow- McK-k. nt Pendleton. Ore. R. W,
Fletcher, K. li. S. ; W. J. Keyes. C. C.
W C. MOTLEY. PROFSSIONAL EXPERT Pi
ano Tuner. Orders left at Thurkelsen's Piano
House will recelvs prompt attention batiifac
Proposals for Sewer Construction.
Sealed propostlt will be received by the City
Recorder ol Pendleton. Oregon, until 4 o'l luck.
May l!th, l'..t, for the construction of a trer
re syttein In the city of fendleton, Oregon.
The extent I the proposed system li approxi
mately r miles of sewers from to 20 Inches In
diameter, 64 manholes and 18 Flush Tanks.
Materiel, required for the construction of the
sistem will be furnished by tpe city Full in
struction to bidders and blank forms of pro
posals will be furnlsh-d upon application to
the office of O.N. Mlder. Civil and Sanitary
Entlneer. Pendleton. Ore-ton. wbeie plans and
speclticullons may bo seen
Jf&ch p opotal must be accompanied by a
certified check for the sum of Seven Hundred '
and Kilty (7601 Doll a s, payable to The I'ltyof
1'f.nrlletnn urlilf.li itim ahall Vim forfeHdil if) rait- '
thA hMda, Fn whnm tl.n .ici.H la tnnrtp. fcllA 1 H 'HlfrlTi If,
fall lo enter Into contract with the t'lty within . .,' i)VS $4. 00 4. 81): common to fair
lllr.'t'-r receiving notice of said ewiird. ' '. . ,rlff7 4.5n: cood to eholeo
Dated May7tb, 1MI3.
THOMAS FITZGERALD, City Recorder.
GARDEN STUFFS MORE
PLENTIFUL AND CHEAP.
General Slump In the Hide and Pelt
Market Nothing Doing In Grain,
Which Will Be Dead Till Harvest
Interesting Notes on the General
Tho local market this week Is a
Httlo mixed. Green hides have gone
down along by tho side of strawber
ries, while lots of green things good
to eat have como In to gladden the
paiaies ot me people.
The tendency of tho hld mnrk-rt la
downward and uncertain. Green beef
pelts have dropped from 5Hc to 4c
aim not much buying Is be ntr dono
at that figtiro. Sheep pelts are on the
nown gTaao and the men whn want to
uuy are arraui of the speculation.
btrawoerries aro on the drop, anil
will go still lower. They are now 15c
per box, a fall of GO per cent in ine
last week and will be much lower by
The feature of the market this week
Is the appearance of asparagus, rad
ishes, green onions and cabbace.
These things have come in at 'an easy
price ana will soon be too common
to provoke the palate.
Wheat has not changed in the last
week. Looking back. It is too late;
looking forward, it is too early to ex
pect a change. At this time there is
practically no exportation, and the
miller fixes the price. In the early
season, when wheat is moving, the
exporter sets the figure, but just be
fore the new crop, when the demand
is slack, the mill men have a monop
oly on the trade and pay what they
Pendleton Retail Grocery Prices.
Coffee Mocha and Java, best. 40c
per lb.; next grade, 36c per lb; lower
grades coffee, 25c to 15c per lb.;
package coffee, and 20c per lb, 3
packages for 50c.
Rice Best head rice, 12c per lb.:
next grade, 10c per lb.
Sugar Cane granulated, best, $6.50
per sack; do, 13 pounds, SI.
Salt Coarse, $1.10 per 100; table,
$2.50 per 100.
Flour B. B., $4 per barrel; Wal
ters', $4 per barrel.
Strawberries, 15c per box.
Asparagus. 12c bunch.
Radishes, oc bunch.
Onions, 5c bunch.
Cabbage, 4c per pound.
Pendleton Livestock, Poultry and Pro
Shit-kens Hens, 7c; $4.00 per
dozen; roosters, 4 to 0 cents.
Turkeys, 12c per pound.
Geese, per dozen, $9.
Ducks, per dozen, $4.
Butter, 40c per roll.
Eggs, 12 cents.
Parsnips. 75c per sack.
Onions, 75c per sack.
Potatoes. COc to 70c per hundred.
Garlic, 15c per pound.
Choice Beef Cattle, Etc.
Cows, per hundred, $3.253."C.
Hogs, live, $6.50C75.
Hogs, dressed, 77c.
Veal, dressed, 78c.
Local Hide Market.
The following are tho prevailing
average prices for hides in this mar
lift: beef, creen. 4c per lb.; beef,
drv. 1013c: mink. 5080c each,
with a possibility ot $1 each ot the
size is good and the condition prime;
coyote, 25c and possibly sue; oear,
Kklns according to Quality and size,
from $3 to $15; coon, 10030c; horse,
perfect, with head, tall and mane. $1
to $1.25; sheep, green, Cc; sheep 8c
per lb., dry; skunk, 2SHwc;
ger, 20 40c.
Omaha Livestock Markets,
rimohn Mm- 14. Dm inir the early
nait of tho week fat cattle declined
15 to 20 cents. Feeder sheep maiket
Good lo rhoice 1350 J 5511 lbs Iivh..
fair to good, l.oiHjsii.ziHj
VAN DRAN BROS., Props.
The Best Hotel in Pendleton
and as good as, any.
it fc.ii guaranteed.
: AND CARRiARcc
tir wani run ""' "-l-
(M Mice and Main,...
aH In "T
t-T E'eetrlcal fli.
- vur Tjpi, ,
i r pair
renalrln. i. ""
" rear,, ,-""
fti'J? eeeiaky'nlns you
Made in California
where materials are
produced. The lowest
priced roofing made.
Lasts longer than all
others. It is weather
and water-proof and
I.aa for twain.
The Paraffine Paint Co.
San Francisco, Seattle,
Portland, Lot Anjclu
and Denver, Colorado.
Daily East Oregonlan by
only 15 cents a week.
1'HKliUEEN HOTEL. Clean
comiorUblo rooms from i
cents uji. Newly furnished
throughout. Queen Chop House
In connection. Meals at alt
hours. Only white help em
ployed. (Jive uk a trial, v v
cows and heifere, 3.hnf(4.IO. lair tu
good butcher stock. $3.25 3.75; coin-
. fnlr r-nwH. J23.00; veal
q r.niT, i: IhiIIk staus. el('-,
carrier, ,$304 75. e)l0,cw , falJCy feeders,
t4.50Cf4.85: good to choice stockeis
.M ami teetleru. $3.8504.25. lair to good
I Blockers and feeders, 3.503.80;
I common to fair Blockers, $2.ioft..40;
htock heifers. $2.503.50; milkers and
I springers. $2350.
I Sheep Quotations.
Fair to choice lambs. $tf.57.Jj;
lair lo choice yeaillngs. $575.75; fair
to choice wethers, $4.75'5.35; fair to
choice ewes, $3.75 4.75.
The Wheat Trade,
Farmers Custom Mill
Fred Walters. Proprietor
Capacity 150 barrels a day
Flour exchanged for wheat
Flour, Mill Feed, Chopped Feed, etc
always oa hand.
on hand that amounts to considerable.
Prices aro without change and club
Is quoted at 71 cents; blue stem, 74,
and valley. 75 cents per bushel. There
is considerable new acreage sown to
wheat In sections of Washington,
that will be of a benefit to the state,
as fall acreage snows a Heavy tie-
crease from a year ago, and the out
look at present Is that tho crops will
bo as largo as that of 1&02; It is too-
early to give an accurate forecast.
The market for flour Is not very ac
tive; it has been a quiet and unsatis
factory week, buyers abroad and sell
evs here wide apart in their views.
There is very little going to Califor
nia. Tho flour market at present is
dull; some shipments are being made
to Siberian ports, mostly on old or
ders. Jobbers here are not mtying
freely as most of them are well stock
ed up. Quotations range from $3.25
to $4 per barrel, and weak at that,
The market for all kinds of offal Is
very good, as most of tho country
mills have closed down: stocks are
not accumulating, and as soon as tho
tame is turned out it finds ready sale.
The demand at present Is very good,
and buyers aro willing to purchase
when millers offer same. As to prices
no change has been made, and the
same is steady at $19 for bran, and
$2(1 for shorts per ton
Stocks at tide water are low, but
ample for all demands that exist at
present. "Very little doing" is tho
ssy of all In the trade, and prospects
not verv orient for any new uusiness
There Is plenty of feed on hand in the
country, but they are not shipping
any here, as prices are higher in the
interior. Quotations hem for feed is
$20 per ton.
San Francisco Markets.
San Francisco. May 14. There Is
rntlilnc dolne and conservative deal
ers say this condition will exist until
the arrival of new crop, snippers ate
well supplied with wheat for expott
purposes, but ate doing very little
business; they are icady buyers for
all wheat offered at market prices,
hut lefuse lo bnv above these figures,
A irond demand exists for cnolce
milling wheat, and millers am in the
market at all times for the same
Quotations lor choice milling wheat
lancH about tl.50 tier cental, and or
shlnnlriL' Qualities about $1.37
Crop advices from the Interior of the
state are not as uriglll as several
weeks ago. Cold weather Is reported
trnm manv ni- the most Important ills
ttlcts of tho statu and thu same lias
letarded the growth ol the cereal,
Thete Is nothing doing in either
feed or biewlng, although the former
Is somewhat better than for several
weeks past. No. 1 feed Is worth $1.05
per cental; brewing Is quoted al
$1.15 per cental.
Hostou, May 1 1. There has been
a good demand for wool this week
Territory wool lias been well bought,
but prlceb show very little chulige.
Fine staplo wool Is selling on a scour
ed basis of 52J53c, with fine at 60 tf
53c. Good fine medium wool has sold
at 4748e, and medium at 43ft 45c
Idaho fine. !4ftl4V6u; tine medium,
15ftl5V4c; medium, 15ftlc; Wyom
lug fine, 1414t4c; fine medium. lo.
15-c; medium, 15ft Hie, Wyoming
fine. 14ftl4',ic. line medium, 15ft 10c,
medium, 16lCV4c; Utah and Nova
da Hno. llftl4'4e; fine medium, in '4
rl;e; medium, IfiftlC'jC.
Beware of Ointment for Catarrh That
A uiercurr will surely ileal roy mo eni-
The Hotel Fendleton has just
been refitted and refurnished
tnrounhout. Phone and fire
alarm connections with all rooms.
Baths in suites and single rooms.
Headquarters for Traveling Mei
Commodious sample Kooms,
Rates $2 & $250
Special rntett by week or in outli
Prompt Dlnlngrooin nervlce.
Bar and billiard room in oonneotlos
Only Three Blocks from Depot
Two Trains to the East Dally
Through Cullman standard andTourtat slaes
Inn ears dally to Omaha, Chicago j Marti!
sleeping ear oally to Kansas city! Ihitjaaftj
Pullman tourist sleaplng cars (petsonatlr con
ducted') weakly to Chicago, Kansas City, M,
aoois ana sarrapnisi miming coair cars (svaiv
tree) to the Kaatdall:
GOLDEN RULE H0TE1
Comer Court amlJobuson MlreeK
M. F. Kelly, Proprietor.
DartBT Timo Sohrxlule iaarrsi
roa From Pendleton raost
Portland Portland Special No. I The Baal
Chicago Chicago special No. 2 Portia
Portland Mall and Express) No.5 Tba ataan
The KastI Mall and Ri prM No. Portia!
IPandlatoo Passenger Bisksas
Wo, 7 5541 pwt
Hookano Spokane Passenger
8:lt am Ho. 8
i Pendlelon Braneh isssmaa
Mixed Train Ho. 41
an. Walla Walla Braneh
W)p m Mlzed Ttala No. l
Ocean and River Schedule.
All tailing data tab
Ball erery days.
BuX Columbia Rlf.r
I .-oop m. To Astoria tod Way 84aj
10 am p. iii-l I
Boats leare Portland dally, except Bandar,
'stag ol water permitting) lor Willamette anal
Yamhill Hirer points.
Imh Lea to
HlparU Soak niter Uwlatoa
4 (Hi. m. Rlparla to Lewltton 7 t a. sa.
KxcptMon Kxcpt atesi
HEATED BY STEAM
LIGHTED BV ELECTRICITY
American I'lnii, rnte91.'-ia to tV-J.OO
EuroH'Hii 1'lHii. aoo. 7Se, Ol.OO.
HMelnl mte by week or month.
Free 'bus meets all trains1
Commercial trade solicited
Fine sample rooms
Special Attention (liven Country Tr
CORNER MAIN AND WEBB 3TS
r. r. WAM8LKY, A(nt, PMdUlM.
Chicago, HI Paul, Ht, Louto, Kan
City, Bt. Joe, Omaha, and
All Points East and Sonth
Portland and Bolata
on th Sound
Leare Pendleton, dally except sXnidayi
Arrtra Pendleton Monday, Wednesday 4
jjtfr, I'rendieton Taesday, Tharaoar astd
Leare Walla Walla dally. aat sound, lljot psa.
Arrlra Walla Walla dally, wosl twnnd, aMMaa.
For Information regarding rata and aatjaaa
taodallooi, cell on or add ress
v jia,Aaii, j.s,u
f. . OALDKRHKAD. O P. A..
Walla Walla, Wash.
Scitt's Santal-Pepsin Cipsibs
A POSITIVE DUNK
Por I a flam maUfln ot Oataxrb
of the HlaiMar aad UlHaM4
Kiaaeys. mo ear po pay.
Cans qalokly and rerssa
maUy the oral MM at
Bu rope sui Plan.
Block and a half from depot.
Sample room In connection.
ROOM RATE - 50c, 76o, $1.0
., ., i aiov 1iWlie-it maiiielH of smell unci coiupleiely lirsiiij llie wliule
IMltlaud. a H--WI "atlr;" I sj.ten. when cnrlntf II tliruuKl, he nil.
The East Oregonlan Is Eastern Ore
gon's representative paper. It leads
and the people appreciate It and show
It by their liberal patronage. It Is the
advertising medium of this section.
me very dun; mere m nun..,.,, ........
K.atiil for Senora wheat exUts, foi
Eastern sliliimenl. but there Is very
little of Ihat We have a few vewsels
on spot loa.lliK anil heveral more due
for his season's loadlnn. Stocks in
He country are pretty well cleaned
up. as to laise parcels, but c.msldera
b e Kialu lemalns In farmers hands
el. but all f U In small lotb ran...
ers are not wIIIIhk to sell what they
re on hand, prereirliw l wall and
tee If they will not st a few cents
more than wl-at Is offe.ed Al the
Present time the.e Is no demand I for
wheat from any section or the globe,
and exporters a.e not buyeis, pn
fenltiK to fell what wheat Ihey have
,, Ki,i-fo... Siii-Ii nrllrli'H sliulllil lievt-r
be iil exieiit on iiiwciliitlons frmii rep
utalile iIijI1hii, ns Hie iliimaire they will
do is ten fold t Hie (!! yiiii call
possibly ilerlVM from tlii'in Hull s Lalarrli
L'ure. lUHiiufat'turnl hy I' -I 'lieney & t -,
ToIkIo, .. cimlnliK mi mcicury. ami Is
taken Internally acllni: directly iini tlie
bloxl mill iniienus surfucea of the system.
In buying Hull's faliirrh Cure be sunt yu
cet the uenulue. It is tuki'ii luleriially
uii.1 made In Tolido, Oblu, by r J- Cheney
& Co. TeslluionlsU flee.
Hold by drut-uUts. prl.e 7.'.c -r twttle.
Hall's: l-'jiully I'llls nre tho best.
Utile Mae -Is a man who hunts
lats called a ratter, ma' Ma I sup-
Little Mae Then a
u-iiinmi wlm limits moths must bo n
mother, ain't she nift?- Chicago
American Plan, IS per day auU uuwaia
rrf,iBrira for touriata ana cuiiiuierclal trat
eltrs. fipectat rates made to raiulllta anil aingu
geniieiucn, inr iuuk,h .
modern Turkish batlitstsblMiiiiciillu ilif bo4i
II c UOWI'.Kh Maiit
no mailarof bow long alaa.1
loa. AbaslaUIr banakaa.
Hold by drnnlaas. PrU
THI lAMTAl-'lMHI sXX,
Sold by F. W. 8chmldt A Co.
JHsW UawaauMl M
Sa, Y gt t toUUra.
WTaliHt hmwitsicu Co
MEN AND WOMEN.
ut mucous punkrsaai,
Paialns. auJ cot aallSli
gtUl Or PUllUUVtM.
bvom r stfa
r aaat la Dials ISS)Slt.
UroaUr saal vu lsas,
p.'. iirisimii iih r,v.T,Mw
Q-rtU IO.OIHltiliM-.Ul.. U4U,..l MS
aCrlJOfsk'-"' I lilt IIIVI Kit's. K.-Jul-lajf
ev--ir3 Ml!l a-l t'U ""' t.'"
Mi tu. Ink, nm utrr.
iibi w-ki ii '"'"ri"".';
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f 1 Sf rrl.ra Mall. f.aH
In lilrlatalrrl PI1'"' L'Tt
SI SUM1 , I
I MANHOOD RESTORED "cypiiEur;
tr.....i.i.. viiBiitu,. ihn urBaertDlInu of a fauioua French ubrslolan. vul
SOLD BY TALLMAN & CO., DRUGGISTS, PENDLETON, OREGON,