East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, June 06, 1903, Image 9

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DAILY EAST OWEQONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. SATURDAY. JUNE 6, 1908.
less Cat ds and Societies
OFES8ION8 AND TRAPES, ALPHABETICALLY ARRANGED.
PHYSICIANS.
'." nlirt fours, iu - "
IfllJLts'ere' troubles, calar
9 ui c0 d Impaired hearing.
-"-TTImoo. office over.
ffl2oaS"'n?nk. Telephone
tolBFlE,AaVon Office In Judd
PloW'ce. black 73! re
tWji .
ATTORNEYS.
iAEnSl mi LAW OFFICE IN JUdS
"t'iEYftm .K;. ATTOnNEYS AT
... tsvei.aiu U1UCK,
DALI.ERAV & McCOUKT. LAWYERS A1
poclatlon building. "AitKS. AS
RnL. V.AiroNr.Ys AT
. ... .,i nuns Dunning.
r u-v Te epnone -
HENRY J. DEAN. ATTORNEY AT LVW
Arsoclntlon block, 1'endletcn, Oregon.
II. 3. SLATER, ATTORNEY.
Judd building.
ROOMS 423
E. D. BOYD, ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Court street.
Ill
- n.ti-i'ini i V
St. i. a.inM Hank build-
-oa.traire m - -.... Main
1. osee pnuuc -
trwJsffAH- PHYSICIAN AND
K.- Vn rieanaln block. Tele-
131. Residence 'phone blacic
trcniiAKESiiEE, cnnoNic
5-and diseases of
BiSr
B-r-.-rfu nnnNR. OSTEOPATH1
If il3 fnompBon street. House
SIM, a""
L. II. REEDER, ATTORNEY AT LAW
Pendleton, Oregon.
K. BERKELEY, ATTORNEY AT LAW
r-.nl ... c i i , . ....
H. E. COLLIER, LAWYER, OPriCE
Rooms 7 and 8, Association building.
bTlLLMAN A 1'IERCE, ATTORNEYS AT
Lnw. Mr. Ntlllman has been admitted to
practice In United States patent offices
and makes a specialty of Patent i.t.
Rooms 10, 11, 12 and 13, Association
IIIOCK.
itM" in mi
I Fresh
Berries
Every
Day
AT
I F.S. YOUNGER I
- - & SON .
INSURANCE AND LAND BU8INES8
ITriEBY. FUY8I0IAN AND B"R-
limn, In Asiociatlon uioeif, umce
M "mil BeVl"encc Phone Main 1421.
I. OW.
OPTICIANS.
... t ninneiK
Blllk son, graduate optl
clan. The only com
ft nlete optical parlor In
PS the city. Six doors
south ot P. O., Main
Irtalleton, Ore. No fee charged
litnitlon tod consultation.
R. S. BRYSON, ATTORNEY AT LAW
Collections aid Itsurance. Office In E.
u. Dunning.
J. M. BENTLEY REPRESENTS THE OLDEST
ana most reuaDic nrenna accident Insurance
companies, umce witn uartman Abstract Co.
JOHN IIAILEY. JR.. II. H. t.ANIi omt.
mlSHloncr Specialty made ot land filings
uuu iiruin ; insiirunco ana collections. ut-
ncc in juiia uuiuing, room iti.
DENTISTS.
IuCQIUN, DENTIST. OFFICE IN
liallalag- inoue, run u.
I....... nc.v.a.mnn ntni'lPP IV AR.
m block, OTer Schmidt s new drug
Ttooe, red 271.
BANKS AND BROKERS.
vmMAIi RANK OF ATHENA.
Ion. Capital, f.V),0W): surplus and
13,000. loterest on time deposits,
la forelm anJ domestic exchange.
Iiou promptly attended to. Henry
ru, prniacni ; x. J. ivitk. vice-prra-F.
S. LeGroir, cashier : I, M. Kemp,
tuhltr.
tflEMCnS RANK OP WESTON,
oi. Orecon. Does a ueneral bank-
mltm. uchange bought and sold.
mm promptly attended to. It, Jam
Iprsldtnt: George W. Proebstel,
Emu; i. it. Kiigore, casmcr; ui
U a. Iartman, M. M. Johns, T.
, 0. D. Gran-, J. P. Kllgore, Rob
ion, 0. W. Proebstel.
JOE II. TARKES, OFFICE 120 COURT
street, i.nna on ice business, such as HI-
mi? oi claims anu initiating contests
specialty.
BOARD AND LODGING.
MRS. H. L. HUNTINGTON HAS PURCHASED
the Lodging House at G.U Garden Street,
where she will be glad to ee bar friends and
patrons.
HOTEL ALTA. CORNER AI.TA ANT)
Mill streets. Hoard b7 the day or
wees, uuou ruuie ser. uaies $j.du ana
I4.DO per week. Pendleton Feed Yard In
connection. . H. i;amisten, t'rop.
THE 8TIIAHON IIOOMINO HOUSE, 018
Main street. Mrs. II. E. Cooper, Prop.
I'.veryuiiug strictly urst-ciass. Kates ac,
rOc and fl per day.
IPEXDICTON SAVINGS BANK,
'ton, Oregon. Organized March 1,
Iiipiui, )iuu,uuu; surplus, miu,
ttmt allowed on all time ilenoslts.
It! bought and sold on all principal
cipcvhi uneniion given io coi-
. W. J. Furnish, tirralilonf ; .1. IV.
Ptreildent! T. .1. .(rrla rnahlpr!
Mtloney, assistant cashier,
h'MIONAI, RANK OF PENDLE-
I ClD tat. 170 DOn .nrnln. fl Hdn .
In i (eneral banking business. Ex
tra telegraphic transfers sold on
San Francisco. New York and
i point In the Northwest. Drafts
m Cnlna, Japan and Europe. Makes
r " icosunauic terras. i,evi All-
BrKminf. u n f.t ,.
i u e' casher I U. F, Johnson,
HITECTSAND BUILDERS.
h1??f CON'JBACTOIt AND BUIL-
iiii.. . 01 wotlt "gured on. Job
iS 1 5 i ' work curiteed.
ICT AND 8U
went! makes romnleti. nnrt rn.
FraWi?dfn,rl,yorcoun-
l rrin. .
n VX',. ";T1!ACT01ts AND
M iraSr 7 furn 8!1C(1 on sl,ort
n-v t, mm illUIU.
lrr m1nf,'rn,lfhe'1 0,1 011 kinds
iTKATTTti a ... "
I "naieton. OreK , - '
Turat;?2,nt.olk8.. specialty. Es.
at itiSTi. ""'k, guaranteed.
tff iSS'SSSf c,Kar
F AND8HOE REPaidikir
Pte'O'MABLE
rt'w. Khon r. "'"''"hg with
ITS" "D0I 'a rear of Uludlnger
WHEN YOU GO TO PILOT ROCK STOP
nt the City Hotel. Good meals and
first-class rooms. Special attention given
to commercial travelers, airs. u. u. me
te!, Pilot Rock, Ore.
THE WHITE BOARDING AND LODGING
House. :iot Mouth Main street. Mrs.
Helen Whlttemore, Prop. Housekeeping
rooms nna loaging rooms, uoou comrorta
hie moms nnd clean, well. kept beds
Lodging 25 cents.
TONSORIAL PARLORS.
HILLY KRASSIG. BARBER SHOP AND
until rooms. .Main street, three doors
north ot Hotel St. George. First-class
service.
NEW TONSORIAL PARLORS, COURT ST.
Three doors west of Golden Rule Hotel.
.1. H. Pace. nron. First-class workmen :
everything clean; all modern Improve
ments.
PATTON'S SANITARY BARBER SHOP,
Desnaln block. Court street: best work
manship; all the modern Improvements;
nil tools sterilized ; uatn rooms in con
nectlon.
CABS AND CARRIAGES.
CITY CAB LINE. ERWIN BAKER. PROP.
Telephone main 7U1 Office nnd waiting
room. Altn street, next to Savings Hani:
uuiiuing.
LIVERY AND FEED STABLES.
THE DEPOT STABLER, COTTONWOOD
street, between Attn and Webb streets.
II. Stewart, Prop. Best care taken of
horses. Good stables and plenty ot feed.
THE CITY LIVERY BOARD AND SALE
citable. M. J. Carney, proprietor, for
fine turnouts Stock boarued nt reaionable
rates, stable lis Alia Street
COMMERCIAL STABLES, G. M. FItOOME
Prop. Livery, feed and hoarding. All
kinds of turnouts. Competent drivers.
Opposite Hotel Pendleton. 'Phone, main
101.
MISCELLANEOUS.
W. C. MOTLEY. PROF3SIONAL EXPERT PI
ano 1 uuer uraers ieit ill i nerteneu j-imiu
uouse will receive nromnt attention Bausiao
Hon guaianieej.
HtTSTT-rT-
raF "KCH..D.
fr ts eveiIy
fe?c.Kc.w-
DIVORCE LAWS-PETKR W'ET; ADVICE
froe; fees, tei ins to suit ; 25 years' experience,
Office COS Gunlcn at., Pendleton, Oregon.
ATHENA HOTElTlEaDINO HOTEL IN THE
city. si.OO to jl,60 perduy. M, P. Motley
proprietor.
h Sub i5ixTmploy-
Notice to Tax Payers.
You can save the county expento by ctlllng
lav assessor onice io givv in juur n3r5uiiai
and elty property.
Bo many havo employment away from home
during the day that It is extremely difficult to
find them In order to see Mich persons and
ndlustthetrnssesamentstbc nsfcsaor will not
only remain in bis office daring regular office
hours, but will, for two weeks, keep his oflice
open In the evening from 7toP o'clock, You
areoarnestlr lavlted to call soon and go over
your valuations with the assessor personally.
THE PORTLAND
PORTLAND. OREGON
American Plan, tl Pr day and upwsia.
Headquarters for tourists and commercial trav
elers, special rates made to families and slagk
gentlemen, The management will be pleased
at all times to show rooms and give prices, t
modern Turkish bath establishmentln the hotel
It, C. BOWERS, Manager.
Maslln
ruinnrrrrno rNAMSU
In ItKII I'l U"l'l UKUUIt taiw (Mia
l'h tlua illjiwn. 'IwL. mo ,thr. Hcnasa
!acnU4 hiib-tllullan una IsSUf
ll.ns. Hu7l r wad . U
uuM Ut rnrtL'iilitr. TewtlwUia
acclirr I." ic.. w. .-. ' . -
turn Sli.ll.
ail uruic tu.
hll.lp'hanlAlOsW
MIUo '.irr, I'lllLA, 4i
We are headquarters for t
' ' berries and fruits of all kinds
1
mm 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n h 1 1 1
MISSOURI BLACKSMITH ON THE
BOOM
Buggy and Hack Wheels at Cost.
See us for Wheat racks before
ordering elsewhere
WANTED-First-class Horseshoer
$3.00 per day steady.
Missouri Blacksmith
ShOp. West Webb St.
Going to
Improve
Repair your homes or places
of business by having them paint
ed or papered.
Come
to tss
Large and nicely selected
stock ol wall paper and paints.
E. J. Murphy,
111 Court Street.
Agency for the Sherwin-Williams
Paint,
L
OWER
FREIGHTS
GREAT NORTHERN TO FAVOR
THE NORTH PACIFIC COAST.
Reduction Soon to Be Announced
Will Tend to Bring Cart West for
Incoming Shipments First Reduc
tion Announced Saved From Ten
to Thirty Per Cent to Jobbers.
Seattle, June . The. Great North
ern Railway Will In n tY..v .lnvo nn.
nounce another amendment to the
freight tariff which promises to ro-
u nues irom ail points Kast to
tho North Pacific Coast. This reduc
tion la In linn ivlll, t), ...hint.
has been established by President
James J. Hill that as soon as tho ship,
ments oftortd the road to tho North
COaSt Wnlltll Indlfv h i-ntno ,1,1
bo reduced to give oncouraEcment to
Biiiiniiems irom tnnt section by rail
Instead ot ocean, that a supply of
cars mnv l.o n. nnB .
handlo the eastbound shipments from
wB lurruory.
Savings of First Amended Rates.
Tho ftrfit flmnmlmant in 41m nllV
was announced a month ago, reducing
uiu rate on about 500 commodities,
being a saving of from 10 to 30 por
COnt. Similar rn.1llrtlnna wnra n,n.ln
by the Southern lines. T"o matter did
not tane on the nature ot a fight, for
tho rates were put Into effect as n
Permanent fnntnrn nn.1 tnrt nt ll.r.
policy of tho Great Northern road.
it is understood that tho second
amendment In in Inrludn n prnnlnr
number of articles than tho first that
are to enjoy tho reduced rates. The
disposition of tho company Is to make
as many commodities as posslblo tako
tho graded rate. That Is, a rate from
tho Atlantic coast to Seattle reduced
irom me rate that Is now in effect
and graded from Chicago, tho Mis
souri river and other points from
where shipment's nro made to this
territory.
Lee's Lice Killer
Insect powder and Poultry
Supplies, also Hay, Grain
and Feed.
C F. Golesworthy
127-129 East Aha St.
Washington &
Columbia River
Railroad
Take this
route for
Chicago, 8t Paul, 8t. Louis, Kan
sas uuy, ol. Joe, umana, auu
All Points East and South
Portland and points
on tbe Sound
TltfK (JABD.
Leave Pendleton, dally except iond;i
fnPandlaton Monday. Wednesday v
'aW Pendleton Tuesday. Thursday aar
Saturday as am.
twre WalU Walla dally, east oouno. ai mi psa
AitiTS Walla WaUa dally, west bound. as am
for Information regardln rate and' aoara
modatlons, call on or addraas
Fendletin, Oraawa.
B.CALDKBHEAI,w0.r.A.Viiii
Scott's Santal-Pepaia Capsules
A POSITIVE CURE
For laflaaimaUon or Catarrh
of the Bladder and Plxued
Kldaays. No ear so py.
Oars qnlkly and Perma
neaUy tbe worst eases ol
Cionoi-rba mad Ulret,
no xaaturof bow long stand
lag. Absolutely; harmless.
Bold by drags UU. Vrio
S1.00, or byuall, postpaid,
lXK),Sboiesi2.?.
THE WCTU-ftfm GO..
BCLLSrOMTMNSI, OHIO.
Sold by F. W. Schmidt & Co.
POPULAR NORTH BEACH.
Excursion Steamer T. J. Potter Goes
Into Service June 27.
Those who are planning their vaca
tion this year will bo Interested in
knowing that tho popular excursion
steamer, tho T. J. Potter queen of
river boats goes into sorvlco Juno
27, and that she will leave Portland,
during tho season, every dny from
Tuesday until Saturday inclusive. To
seo the beauties of tho plcturesnuo
and mighty Columbia from tho decks
of the Potter Is a treat never to bo
forgotten. For speed and grace
nothing in river or lake service In tho
entire West equals this sldo-whoeled
beauty.
Five hours from Portland nnd ono
from ABlorln, through tho famous
fishing waters of tho Columbia, past
scores of salmon traps and nets and
ns many wlilte-wlnged fish boats,
lands the passengers nt Ilwnco, where
close connection Is mado for beach
points with trains of tho llwaco Hall
way & Navigation Company, whose
cars stand on tho wharf awaiting tho
steamer. The beach Is 27 miles long,
200 yards wide at low tide, and bo
hard that carriage wheels scarcely
leave a mark.
II Is nn Ideal place for driving, rid
ing, wheollng, or walking, ami tho
surf bathing is unsurpassable. Tho
excellent hotels and boarding houses
provide good accommodations nt
prices ranging from one dollar to
three dollars per day,
Tho round-trip rato from Portland
to Astoria is $2.50; to Ocean lloacli
points, $4.00, good until October Kith.
On Soturdays. during July and Aug
ust, round trip tickets aro sold to
beach points at $2.50, good for re
turn leaving the beach tho following
evening.
The Oregon Hull loud & Navigation
Company has Just Issued a new sum
mer book, (freo for tho asking) which
tells all ubout tho delightful roHtirtH
of tho Valley of tho Columbia river
This can lie obtained from any agent
of tho Oregon Railroad & Navigation
Company or by writing A. L. Craig
General Passenger Agent, Portland,
Oregon.
HOTELS.
HOTEL
PENDLETON
VAN DRAN BROS., Propii.
The Best Hotel tn Pendleton
nd as rood as any.
The Hotel Pendleton has just
been refitted and refurnished
tnroti(;hout. Phone and fire
alarm connections with all rooms.
Baths in suites and single rooms.
Headquarters for Traveling Hob
uommodloHB sample Rooms.
Rates $2 & $250
Special rate by week or mouth
excellent uuisiue.
Prompt Dlnlngroom service.
Bar and billiard room in connection
Only Three Blocks from Depot
GOLDEN RULE HOTEL
Cornir Court and Johnton Streets,
Pendleton, Oregon.
M. F. Kelly, Proprietor.
Warships Going to Kiel,
Washington, Juno 6. In pursuance
of orders from the navy department
the battleship Alabama Is to sail for
Europe today (o Join tho KuroiMtuu
squadron, which Is to pay a visit to
Kiel. The visit of tho warships to
Kiel is mado as a special mark of
friendship to Hie Herman emperor,
and In appreciation of tho many
courtesies ho recently has shown tho
American people. Tho favor Is all
tho more marked as It will bo tho
first occasion on which any number
of American warships havo visited a
Oerinan port. In addition to tho Ala
bama, tho squadron will consist of
tho Chicago, Muchlas anil San Francisco,
Orders for Machinery,
Now York, Juno C Machinery
manufacturers have no complaint to
muko with fho condition of their
trade In view of tho ('xlsllng labor
disturbances business Is as good or
bettor thau manufacturers might huvo
expected. Orders amounting to up
ward s of half a million dollars have
been placed recently by tho large
railroads with tho machine too) mer
chants, Tho manufacturers of pho
nograph machines are reported to bo
behind with their orders. Tho ma.
chinos havo been introduced iu all
partB of tho world and ordors are
being received from Asia, South
Africa, South America and Kurope.
HEATED BY STEAM
LIGHTED BY ELECTRICITY
American l'liiu, rat oh S1. 3 S tot3.WO
por iIhv.
KuroMMiti 1'lKii. f.Oo. Tfio, Sl.tM).
Special rut oh by wouk or nioiitU,
Free 'bus meets all trains)
Commercial trade solicited
Fine sample rooms
Special Attention Given Country Trade
HOTEL
ST. GEORGE
CORNER MAIN AND WEBB STS.
'IliiflBsflaaHlVaaaaLBal
GEO. DARVEAU, Prop.
Elegantly Furnished
Steam Heateo
Huropean flan.
Block and a hall from depot.
Sample room In connection.
ROOM RATE 6O0, 76o, $1.0f
MEN ANO WOMEN.
17m BtU for unastorsl
fcriMjaOiJauiatlciuL
fijfialkias or sluailou
I ciu. raisins. u am asuti-
ImhaJtCHUacaiCa. "' Kneus,
asoasi mr asrasvaaas
Ruadf
lVto I us am a. V
JBSW OSWMIM4 VI
SkS
KB
lsmeiaeuNUTi,o.iH
o. a. a. V
AsiiiWafS
'or asal la t-lala vratssL
TRANSMUTATION LINKS.
Oregon
Shojt UlNC
a union Pacific
Two Trains to the East Dally
. Through I'ullman standard and Tourist sleep
ing ears dally to Omaha, Chicago: lonrlal
slMtdn car naltv In Kim., rltvt (Nui.h
Pullman tourist sleeping rats (peisontllr f
1ttf.t.1 .Mil, IA lKt..a. .... , , 1
ductal) wisklr to Chicago, Ksnsas CttV
. 1 . V " '' I 1 .T.M,.p win,, van II
irrof 10 in. ni.itiniiy
St.
seat
Bsraat
roa
Tlnio Soholulrt
Krxitn I'l-mllotoii
Forltand
SllOa tu
Portland Speelal No. I
aaaiTi
rson
Ths Kail
sxoa.m.
Chicago
StMpm
Portland
H.1HH
The East)
Chtrago Brclal No. 1 1 PorUaad
ftlMpsa
Mall and Kiptea Ni.5
Tho 14
nun
stall and Ksproas No.
Hpokan
ansa m
sKMpm
rndlolou rastengor
Spokane raasanger
Ha.
rendloinn Branch
Mtied Train No. 41
Walt Walla Branch
Nlsed Train No.
rortlaad
4!lSam
Hpota
Iffisa
Ocean and River Schedule.
FROM PORTLAND.
) p. m.
All salUng dates snb-l
Jeet to changa, 1 1 i . ,
rerBanrranelsoo
Ball OTSrr drs.
f ID0DI I n.a v a . t, .
Bnnday voiumoia iiiror 4Ip..
nsip in. 1 issnoria inanar t naaasi
naiurnar 1 Lanamgs.
WIllainottoHlTor.
Koala tears IMrtland dallr, exeopt Sunday,
-stage ot water permuting) tor W lllsmell and
Yamhill Hirer points.
lare " ( JJJ
Klparta Bnako Hirer ' Lawlstna
laa.n, Rlparla to Uwlnon IMi. as.
Pally 1 Dallr
Kicpt Monl 1 Ksept Mosi
P. r. WAMgl.KY. Agent, feadUtnx
THE KIT Or KVCMrTNINO
ONLY
70
HOWS
PORTLAND
TO
CHICAGO
via tho 0. U. It. & N. Co., Oregon
Short Lino, Union I'licillc ami
Jr
Two trainn n day, with through
1'ullman ilrawitiK-room ulouping
cure, freo roclining chair cars and
dining cam (a la carto).
and SPECIAL
oonnoctri nt (Jrannor witli tho
famouH Overland Litn i toil, tho
moMt luxuriouH train in tho world,
to Chicago from tho Coast.
He suie youi tickets lead oral the
Chicago & Noilli-Wettein.
A. Q. DARKER, GfN'L Aot O. a N-W. Rr.,
ISI THIRD Sr., POUTLANO, OSS.
)- ooooo o-o
SINGER
Sewing Machines
Sold on tbe installment plan
Old machines taken us
part payment
J. E.COLEMAN, Agent
om.u). 3(J Knit Court St unit
El
Mormon Bishop' FU'4? tjnn ruU,Mbf tU Mm man
L1iurcEiJ tliTroTi'fc(. rtAiuvlcuraitU wurkt lutVU ai4 vunir rbtnir Irvui
ttlvcU ol Ml .lUis.dlfal(tluD,aU-a4Ma or citftUtU $uwbiag. OUNt LOtt ManbOOl
lmpoUnqyf Lopt f owf Wlht-LoMi SprmatofrhoMTrtMmnta, f a in
in ftaok. Kvll 0lrsf imlnal I million. Lam Haokr Ncrvou DblTlty
HKdaohiUnritnaMtoMArrvtOMorS
tl pat Ion. Stops Frmatur)ns Stop Nnr rffou Twltenliur of
irl(d Ktl4c( r .innitxIuU. liuuufc Viiror and fUAJ yvUuey U rjnTutv
ion. lJonTtarsttiliMunilnt.aeurttltsULsUijf. Itatotorei amsJI. ITgl iiiidatTaioiiiMl omaum.
.iyJ nerreiiUi. Uki Utw,t tvr ttLtAhy tuil. A writ ln yDrut,L cani ot
ittboiei. CIituIsu frt. Addrtf.BIhoDRmdyOo..Sanlrranoli.te
MlmuUtoi tb bratJn
inouey rttruudl will
SOLD BY TALLMAN tt
CO., DrlO UUialb, PtNUUETON, OKbUON.