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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON. OREGON. FRIDAY. JUNE 12. 103. .
ess Ca ds and Societies
0FESSION3 AND TRADES, ALPHABETICALLY ARRANGED.
nCOVF-r 1 1 in . 12 a. tn:
tirnr DHSfAlN BLOCK.
l?5irH nz hank. Telephone
INSURANCE AND LAND BUSINESS
IURTMAN ABSTRACT-COMMNY UVr5
tillac-ranty Makes loans on Hit Mn,l (urn
property, hye taxes tor nonreWentjanddoS
tenenl broker. business. Mtkii tiSSS
ments lot luntomfm, burs andielltall tind! nf
S: aa: A,ATTJtv,ceuP.HKlD-
nfflce. buck 73; rt-
V rl.m t ROOM 1" ASOCIA-
pAF4SSo?e main 931; real-
rt ik :
I'XTnbW Main 1411. ree. Main
R. 8. nUYSON. ATTORNEY AT LAW
Ck0! K,tlons ,a trance. Office In a'
J,.BJLSTi5MlKPRES?S'ra TIIE OLDEST
and most reliable Are and accident Insurance
companies, offlcawlth IUrtman Abstract Co.
1 1 il I 1KD
Itl.." Mnt and dleeaaeg of
fM mice -
L .- n v- r- nOTPnPiTH
lC ml Thompson street House
IV!'.m .id office 'phone Black
JOHN HAILEY. JR., V. S. LAND COM
mlssloncr Specialty made or land mines
and proof : Insurance and collections, or
flee In Judd bnldlng, room 16.
JOK IT. rARKES, OFFICE HO COURT
street. Land office business, such as til
ing of claims and Initiating contests a
BOARD AND LODGING.
' Ill M
F.S. YOUNGER I
. A SON . . i
MRS. n. L. IiniJTISaTON HAS PURCIIABED
the Lodging Home at 620 Girden Street,
where she will be glad to ee her friends and
rTTisRY. PHYSICIAN ANII B"K.
t n'SM in Association Block, omcej
ttri CU. Kteidence Phone Malm lL
DR. W. K. GARRET
son, graduate opti
cian. The only com
plete optical parlor In
the city. Six door
south of I. O., Main
7a,dleton. Ore. No fee charged
jAronAX, DENTIST. OFFICE IN
i bDlldlng. ruoue, rru .
HOTEL ALTA, CORNER ALTA AND
Mill streets. Hoard by the day or
week. Good table set. Rates $3.50 and
4.50 per week. Pendleton Feed Yard In
connection. V. V. Edmlsten, Prop.
WHEN YOU GO TO HLOT ROCK STOP
at the City Hotel. Good meals and
first-class rooms. Special attention siren
to commercial travelers. Mr. C. H. Ble
tel. Pilot Rock, Ore.
II ILIA KRASSIl!. BARBER SHOP AND
Bath rooms. Main street, three doors
north of Hotel St. George. Flrat-class
Ni riFATIST. OFFICE IN AS-
I .'-' ; , , ... mi iwi
u:ico blocK. over umiui e ucw uru nectIon.
, .none, tru
BANKS AND BROKERS.
NEW TONSORIAL PARLORS, COURT ST.
Three doors west of Golden Rule Hotel.
J. II. Pace. prop. First-class workmen;
everything clean; all modern Improve
ments. PATTO.VS SANFTARY BARBER SHOP,
ltespnin block. Court street: beat work
manship; all the modern Improvements;
all tools sterilized; bath rooms In con-
; ; We are headquarters for
j berries and fruits of all kinds
M 1 1 1 1 I HOO IMtt
CABS AND CARRIAGES.
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.
T NATIONAL BAMv U( A U).. CXv CAn rjvn KrWIX BAKER. PROP.
fc-a-W'"1! slyHLu:..l"rP.'?"..,i?.at Telephone main 7M. Office and waltlne
rr; 1 "IIT e.,;K; ' room- Alta to Savings Bank
to forrlrn and domestic exchange. hniMin
turni promptly attended to. Henry
crnldent . T. J. Kirk, vlce-nrea-1
.r. S. UGrow, cashier ; I. M. Kemp,
! FARMERS' BANK OF WESTON.
xm. OrMon Does a cenernl bank-
f!u. Eichange boucbt and sold,
awt promptly attended to. It. Jam
mloBt. ueorze W. Proebstel,
Mloiit. J. It. Kllgore, cashier; dl-
. G. A. IUrtman. M. M. Johns. T.
, G. p. Graw, J I Kllcore. Rob-
liasoo, G. W Proebstel.
! rXXDLETON SAVINGS BANK,
iitoi. Oregon. Organized March 1,
ClDltlL tllKI.OOO: surnlus. 1100.-
tatam illoved on all time deposlta.
u& Muat tna soia on an principal
tm attention given to col
W. J. Furnish, nrmldent : J. N.
I rlrprldfnt: T J Morris, cashier;
aiiowy, assistant cashier.
Chicago, St Paul, St. Louis, Kan
sas City, St. Joseph, Omaha and
All Points East and South
Portlaad and polati
oa thi Seaad
Leavf. Pamlloton Mondny. tYcmlexluy
nnil Friday lit 1:4.1 p. m. Tuesday
Thnrwlay Hnd.Siituntnynt 11:1.-, a. ni.
Arrive at Pendleton Monday, Wwliicw
luy and Saturilay at D:3S n. m.
Leave Walla Walla dally.east bound, II WO p. m
Arrive Walla Walla dally, vest bound, 10:14 a. m
For information regarding rates and accom
tnodatloni, call on oraddreis
W, ADAMS, Agent
S. B. CALDERHEAD. G. P. A..
Wtlla Walla, Waihlngton.
TIIE CITY LIVERY BOARD AND SALE
Stable. M. J. Carney, proprietor, for
One turnouts. 8tock boaraed at reatonsble
rates, Stable 118 Alta Street.
' NATIONAL RANIC IIP Pr.XM.E.
Capital, 170,000; surplus. (03,000;
KB a centra! banking business. Ex
i ui telexrapblc transfers sold on
. ms rrancuro. ,ew York and
I Polatl In the XnrthwiMtr. tlrafta
m China. Japan and Europe. Makes
kmu on reasonable terms. fw.i An.
RCR Vade. casbler; II. F. Johnson,
WHITE CTS AND BUILDERS.
t1??, CONTRACTOR AND BUI
unai oi work figured on. Job
JTr.'J"01' work guaranteed.
HOffABD, AliCIIITECT AND SU.
iff li complete ad rell-
' '"J'dlORS in the city or coun-
COLK. COXTKACTOItS AND
Kit I ma to. i-1 j a.
. .--n lUIUIHUni uu nuiiri.
E vL'tork,.,, PUlty. Prompt
tr t"V n Bluff street near Mala.
tnatea furnished on all kinds
- IhULIlllV I nnn im.,nn . .... 1
COMMERCIAL STABLES, 0. M. FROOME
Prop. Livery, feed and boarding. All
kinds of turnouts. Competent drivers.
Opposite Hotel Pendleton. 'Phone, main
WT C. MOTLEY. PROFSSIONAL EXPERT PI
ano Tuner Orders left at Therkelsen's Piano
House will receive prompt attention, satisfac
DIVORCE LAW8 PETRR WEST; ADVICE
free ; fees, teruic to salt ; a years' experience
Office 60S Garden St., Pendleton, Oregon.
ATHENA HOTEL. LEADING HOTEL IN THE
city. flfUu to il, w peraay. m. r. ouey
J SabscripHon Honey
I B. B. RICH
J 03 Third Street
f AS Publications
'LASTEItINO AND CE
t007 AND SHOE REPAIRING. 4
Rl"'Ay,i,T1fE 0,', RELIABLE iif.
ImSS,. tt!t-c sa repairing with , T
h'CoT p n" t Dlndlngerl "
To test this "aJ"
I will give a
Ten Per Cent Reduc
tion on all
Subscription sent me
during the month of
Trib Notice Trib
UaM?0 E II0PKEA8INAHf.r.
Wt,T'h u' i-ir is The people of Pendleton are re-QgwaX&SiS!-
0lT,,u, pecMully asked to fully Investigate
Trio, toe worm s greatest. cui
liquor and tobacco habits, and to any
one In need of a cure we say truth
fully, Trib Is an Uonest, positive cure.
You do not uso Trib In your coffee;
ybu can't give It that way; but be
... Hfantfiiun nun ihkh il iw v.vv. -
..f ..fpCOND-HANn r.nnna Iipr hatilta the same as you would
BS, kiidl,o,f0,r.rwfra: ?.oer a remedy for any other disease Here
C2' ."'c'e- . w.tra , , n reffrnnffi from a man well known
In Pendleton. Head It. we nave
' . ii, T-k. ..olirlv u-rltpH nn May 14.
1SU3: To whom ll may coiiotu
ESS F,", IN SECO..D
f.k anJ IS." .'f rthlng you
I? ruite ViS1"1 uid furniture.
tlfws. No ,r. V.'fry, can ana
to. 11 Court street.
uTiiil W.t Webb street.
Si!: t w'V0"' Or- R- W.
glaaall J. Keyea. C. C.
myi 1 hi - t riuBLsa,
I wish to say 1 completed a cure with
Trib In February, and have bad no
desire to drink since. It will also cure
the tobacco habit. I had a harder
time to learn to smoke after taking
Trib than when I first learned to
smoke. I am quite well known In
Baker City, Ij Grande, Sumpter and
Pendleton and anyone wishing to stop
using either liquor or tobacco, I would
recommend them to take Trib.
Price $12.60. For sale by all druggists.
HI OREGON'S FIRM
EASTERN OREGON EXPERI
MENT STATION WORK.
New Specie of Forage Graaa Propa
gated Experiments In Suaar Beot
Seed New Bam Costing 7000 to
Insurance in force $13,456,960.00
H. H. RICE, Freewater
Aeent for Umatilla County,
J. P. Walker, City Agent for Pendleton
The Palace Cafe
on Court Street has just been refit
ted throughout. You will find
everything neat, clean, wholesome.
If you want a quick lunch we can
serve you We also serve regular
meals for '.'5o. We believe we
serve the best meal tn the city for
money. Our steadily Increasing
trade is good evidence of this fact.
Farmers' 25c dinners a specialty.
THE PALACE CAFE
310 East Court Street.
Tax the Women of Pendleton the
Same a Elsewhere,
Hard to attend to household duties.
With a constantly aching back.
A woman should not have a had
And she wouldn't If tho kidneys
Doan's Kidney Pills make well kid
Here Is a Pendleton woman who
Indorses this claim:
Mrs Rwirirn IlaVH llvlne at No.
223 LUleth street, corner of West
Hltiff street, says: "I can recommend
Doan's Kidney Pills to all sufferers
from backache and other kidney
troubles, with utmost confidence that
i Ik... u'lll dn fivprvthlncr that has been
f.lalmoil fnr thflm llV those who haVQ
used them as well as by the makers.
The trouble for wincn I usea mem
was principally backache, with which
i I. ml iwvn bothered off and on for a
long time. It hurt me badly when I
stooped to io any nousewom mat
caused a strain on the back. I read
nt, aHvarlleftmpnl nhont nnan'tl Rid.
ney Pills and decided to try them,
feeling mat tney coma uu no nuriii,
even If they did no good. I got a
box In the store of Brock & AlcCo
mas Co. and used only one box, as
that was sufficient to relieve Lie
backache and I have not felt It
For sale by all dealers. Price SO
cents ier box. Foster M II burn Co.,
Buffalo, N. Y., sole agents for the
Remember the name DOAN'S
and take no other,
The Ka3tem Oregon oiorlmont
station located at Union, Is now nt
the height of tho growing season anil
is ono or the most attractive and
beautiful tracts of farm anil garden
land In the stato.
The rich soli and abundant water
supply of annul Rendu enable tho
oxx?rt In charge. Prof. A. II. Lcckon
by, to produce In great quantities,
every variety of vegetable, fruit anil
cereal that grows In tho temperato
The gardens at the experiment sta
tion are perfect mazes of thrifty,
growing plants, showing tho splondld
results of care, training and cultiva
tion. The different varieties of shrubs
and experimental grasses are gtvon
the closest attention, every stage of
their growth being carefully noted,
and tho different changes through
which they pass In their development
are made special studies.
In addition to tho famous variety
of brome grass originated by Prof.
I.eckenhy, he has propagated another
hardy grass which will grow under
the most ndverso conditions. Ho Is
confident that this now spcclo will
prove s. boon to tho Eastern Oregon
foothill Veclon as It will grow and
mako luxuriant pasture with abso
lutely no moisture and Is so tenacious
that It cannot bo eaten nor trampled
out as the common bunch grass.
He expects to ralso 2000 pounds of
seed of this .specie this season and
will make somo extensive experi
ments on the dry foothills with It.
Prof l.eckenby will also mako ex
tensive experiments In sugar beet
seed growing this yenr. Ho Is mak
ing special studies of plants that
are adapted to tho peculiar soil and
climatic conditions of Grand Rondo
valley The German seed that has
been Imported to Union county Is
thought to bo an inferior grade, com
pared to seed that can bo produced
A now barn to cost $7000 will bo
built on the grounds this season,
Wood Slater, of I.a Grande having
secured tho contract. Tho now city
limits of tho town of Union now In
clude half of the state land In tho
corporate limits, which will some
what ralso the tax on the property.
Tho young orchard Is now coming
to maturity and tho fruit is in
There are many visitors to tho sta
tion each day, and tho farmers nil
over Eastern Oregon are becoming
more and more Interested In tho sta
tion and nto taking advantage of tho
practical results obtained by tho ox-leriment8.
VAN DRAN BROS., Props.
The Best Hotel in PendletM
and as good as any.
The Hotel Pendleton has just
been refitted and refurnished
throughout. Phone and fire
alarm connections with all rooms,
Baths tn suites and single rocms.
Headquarters for Traveling Met
Commodious Sample Rooms,
Rates $2 & $250
Special rateo by week or month
Prompt Dluingrooiii service.
Bar and billiard room in connection
Only Three Blocks from Depot
GOLDEN RULE HOTEL
Corner Court and Johnson Streets,
M. P. Kelly, Proprlotor.
MICHIGAN MEDICAL MEN.
State Convention In Opening Session
Today at Detroit.
Detroit, Mich., Juno 11. Five hun
dred of the leading physiclanH nud
surgeons of the stato wero gathered
In the largo hall of the Masonic Tem
ple this morning at tho formal open
ing of the annual meeting nf the
Michigan Stato Medical Society. The
features of tho opening session In
cluded the annual address of the pres
ident, A, E. Btilson, of Jackson, who
took as his Hiibject "Reorganization
of tho Medical Profession of Michi
gan, With Suggestions for tho Fut
ure," and an oration on surgery de
livered by F. W. Bobbins, of Detroit.
This afternoon tho convention di
vided into sectional meetings for the
discussion of topics connqctod with
special branches of the medical pro
fession. A long list of liaporH and
addresses has been prepared and it
will be Saturday before a final ad
journment of the convention Is
SOUTHERN Y. H. C. A.
Meeting of '"amoua Order In Progress
In North Carol'na.
Asheville. N. C, June 12. Between
ICO and 200 delegates liitcrested In
the higher development of young
women physically, Intellectually and
spiritually are gathered in Asheville
for tho annual Southern conference
of the Young Women's ChiiHtlau As
sociation. Tho present conference, which Ik to
continue 10 days, will be conducted
on broader lines than those held in
former years and as a consequence
better results are anticipated. Lead
ing workerb are here from New York
and other cities to conduct tho Bible
classes and to givo Instruction In
missionary work and other lines of
Church I Holding a Convention at
Mansfield, O., Juno 12, Many cler
ical and lay delegates and visitor
are here for th seventh annual con
ference of the Ohio district or the
Evangelical Synod of North America,
which will be in session during the
next five days. The conference will
be formally opened In 8t, John'
church this evening with the sy nod
ical sermon by the president of tho
district, Rev, J. Dlegel, of Masslllon.
HEATED BY STEAM
LIGHTED BY ELECTRICITY
American Plan, rates SI. 13 toH.90
European l'lail, ftOc, 78c, Sl.OO.
Special rates liy week or mouth,
Free 'bus meets all tralnsl
Commercial trade solicited
Fine sample roona
Special Attention Given Country Trai!
CORNER MAIN AND WEBB STS.
GEO. DARVEAU, Prop.
Block and a hall from depot.
Sample room In connection.
w Union Pacific
Two Trains to th East Daily
Through Fullman land' aid andTonrlit &1m
Tiff r.r riftflw In nmah f?HIM.
50o, 75o, fl.tt
Anerkaa Plea, $j per day and uparaie
Headquarter fbrtouitoa and commtrctal tra
(Ura. aixclal rate mad to famlllaa and atacM
Static men, The management will bt plni
at all tinea to bow rootna and lira piMaa.
Midtra TurkUh balhtatabllaamcalla lb katel.
it, c. aowxaa, Maaaati.
Dinar Time SohrsluU iiaiva
roa Frunt I'oodletou ro
Portland Portland SmcUI No. 1 Tk Baal
SUV am HMO a.m.
Chlrafo Chicago Sflat No. 1 lortlaad
Fortiaad Malt and Xipttaa NoJ Tha Baat
Tha KatU, Hall and IiprMa No. rattlm
IPanilltton I'aaa?ncr Saakaa
No, 7 i'Mpm
Npokana 8poiao rastanitr
lillm No. 8
Peadittou Branch .
Mixed Train N. 41
a k n m Walla Walla Branch
60 pm MUr.t Train No.
Ocean and River Schedule.
All aalllni data sub-
Sail avar? ft daji.
SSSfaV Co,nmbU H,T" i m.
:00 p m. To Astoria and Way Bandar
10 MO p ta,
Boats tear Portland dally, excapt ftnaday.
(atsgaol water permitting) lor Willamette and
Yamhill Hirer points.
"Leari i Lear
Klparla , Snake Hirer Lewlston
sa. m. Rtnarla to Lcnlitoo 7Ma.m.
r. r. WAM8LKY. Agent. Peadlelon.
f THE tT OF KVanVTHIMO
via tho 0. R. R. & N, Co., Oregon
Short Line, Union Pacific and
Two trains a day, with through
Pullman drawing-room nlceping
cars, freo reclining chair core and
dining cars (n la curte).
oonnoctH at (iranger with the
famoutt Overland Iiimlted, the
mo.-it luxuriouH train in tho world,
to Chicago from tho Coast.
lit suie your tickets lead oar tha
Chicago & Noith-Weitem.
A. Q. BARKER, OIN'L Aar, O. N-W. RY,
iss THiao at., POalLANO, oai. g
Sold on the lnstallmtat plan
Old maoilies taken as
J. E. COLEMAN, Ageat
Oflltiet, 30H Xnxt Court Mrewt
MANHOOD RE8TORED "WHHf
This great Vegetabta Vitallur, the preMrlptloa of a femoue rreaisth phj
mi, iMkl m.i , .juiai !! nArviiua of diuutf oflfaaffaiiaratlfaoMaiu. enoh aa a
kiMd. Iinaile, raise fa Ska Jljuk. gMasiag.) Kaaltalaae. Vervaaw 1
PlasUe,.VBaiaeee tm mmm, slskaieiMiaa vreuae, yafieeeeie, i
gajMtlM. Itsiooe an loeaee ayoayor niaai. riemiijuisii!
to MMrmalorrhoia and all tbe borrure o( Impotence. i;iJ eiaa
CtlPlaKKetrao(tben aod retlofea. Toe rwoii ulfen ay; no
I J. 'MA
oaee tbe lleeaj
SOLO BY TALLMAN A CO., ORUQQI8T8, PENDLETON, OREGON. . .