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DAILY EAST QWEQQNIAN, PENDLETON, QWON. MONDAY, JULY, , 1M3.
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and dlseaiei of
Office puone ui". --
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1U "- .,, Watt. 1JOI
t)!, W. K. (JAItKET.
son, crndnnte opti
cian. The only com
plete optical parlor In
the city t Sli doom
soutli of I. 0... Main
Irton, tire. No ree cuargea
ton and consultation.
oci. over miiuiii ut u.&
t interest on nine ueiiuaiui.
uurow. cusuier . i ivcuiji,
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: j , Kiigore. cnsmer; in-
M.rtmnti V l .lnlinR. T.
ii raw, J r K cure, uod-
.CTO.N SAVINGS ISAXK.
ure.'ou Organized March 1,
alloned on all time deposits.
;ht and hold on nil principal
mi aueuumi kiyuu iu cut
J ruruUli, president : J. N.
r, asxUt a ii t cashier.
OX.U. I1ANIC OP l'l'VIlI.E.
pneral banking business. Kx
flesraplilc transfers sold on
Francisco. New York and
ts In the Northwest Ilrafts
a. jnnnn nun iitirmttv Ainupa
reasonable terms. I.evl An
il I- Mnttoek. vlce-nres-
ti. cashier; II V Johnson,
r.TQ AMn Dim n c d c
CONTH.W'TOI! AND IIUII.
mis of work llRiired on. Job
f!lf,t. ......I. 1
J null. k uiauiccu.
AltnilTIXT AND su-
mnVfffi o.ni.tlot., n rwl Poll.
liulMInrs In the cltv or conn.
UI.C. COXTItAt'TOllH AND
wk a specialty, I'romnt
ou lllutf street near Main.
ft'Tl IPTnii . v r ii.ih t
tn furnished mi all kinds
i iiuiks, stone wn is. etc.
. uij,imuu uuiLtr.
"1AX, AHC'll ITIX'T AND
naiks a spcclnlty. Us
t ladley A Zehner'n elimr
IIW, 1" n 1 .r., "
U SHfiP DcrjAini.in
Till OLD Itlll.IAltt.E
rhst-class leimltlng wltU
. it. &ruiuiui;er
v !.??. "oekery. call and
-IJ Court Klmot
Sncnvri ii i vr. ,.,
" ' w It 1 1 I M I IM I ;
80 nt.v, ... .
iISi'r'.nSi horseshoelne a
M WOW Main .t-. '
lliln 'I F" H0' AND
' 8l fi'irwt' tl,ree doors
i Oeorge. Flrstclaaa
mf'1S' COURT ST.
. ,, IV I. . .
i rooms In con-
Kaa -sasJi-asj was- mwmmvm &KUg--'K
ESSIONS AND TRADES, ALPHABETICALLY ARRANGED. I
INSURANCE AND LAND BUSINESS
UWAN AnSTRAtT COSir-ANV MAk-Efl
oiiuin ftusiracis oi title to alt lands In ifTS
tlllacjunty Loans on city in,l "rm SSSl
erty. Buys and .el..l kind" of "IPrfSK'
Does a general brokerage business l-a i'
es and makes Investments for "onreMdent,
Kelcrence, any bank In Pendleton. ent''
O. A. HAItTMAN, Tret. I, V HEtti 5.
U. A. HAKTMAK jr.. Vice Ptes. ' '
R. 8. nUYSOS, ATTOUNr.Y AT LW
O. lulfdlnB1! "ld 1""lr,,nce- OOf In e!
J. M. DENTI.EY KEPRESKNTS THE OLDEST
and most reliable tiro and accident Insurance
companies, otllce with Hartman Abtr"c?Co
JOHN HAILEY, JR., V. S. LAND COM
mlssloner Specialty made of land flllng.
and proof : insurance and collections. Of.
lice In Judd buldlng, room 10.
joe it. i-AnKijaTorpicrj "im court
street. Land office business, such as fll.
specialty0 "nd lnltlat,nB c"tests a
BOARD AND LODGING.
MRS. ILL. HUNTIN'OTOK HAS PURCHASED
the Lodging House, at f.a Garden Street,
whora she will bo glad to co her friends and
"QTili1, LTA. CORNER ALT A AND
Mill Rtrects. Hoard b7 the day or
week. Good table set Rates 11.75 and
JI.76 per week. Pendleton Feed Yard In
connection. V. V. Edmlsten, I'rop.
WHEN YOU 00 TO PILOT ROCK STOP
at the City Hotel. Good meals and
nrst-elnss rooms. Special attention given
to commercial travelers. Mrs. C. II. isle
tel, Pilot Rock, Ore.
ATHENA HOTEL. LEADING HOTEL IN THE
city H.OO to JI.60 perday. 1I.P. MlUen.
WHEN YOUR BUSINESS TAKES YOU TO
Helix, stop ut tho Hotel Helix Good meals
and good servlc B. II. Richards, proprietor
DAMON LODGE, NO. 4, MEETS EVERY
Monday evening In Secret Society hall,
I. nDow block, nt Pendleton, Ore. R. V.
I'letcher. K. R. S. ; V. J Keycs, C. C.
STAR EMPLOYMENT OFFICE, CIS MAIN
street. If you need help or seek employ
ment call on us. 'Phone Main 1011.
CABS AND CARRIAGES.
CITY CAE LINE, KRWIN RAKER, PROP.
Telephone main 701. Office and waiting
room, Altn street, next to Savings Hank
LIVERY AND FEED STABLES.
THE CITY LIVERY HOARD AND SALE
Stnble. M. J. Carney, proprietor, for
flue turnouts Stock bottrued at reaeonsblo
rates, Stable 118 Alta Street.
COMMERCIAL STAPLES, G. M. FROOME
Prop. Livery, feed and boarding. All
kinds of turnouts. Competent drivers.
Opposite Hotel Pendleton 'Phone, main
SEWING AND DRESSMAKING, MISS JESSIE
Joins, 1015 Krauklln St., Co , E. Railroad.
FOR RUNT-FURNISHED ROOMS FOR LIGHT
housekeeping, nlo one 4 room and nue ft
room house for rent. Marlln Uompton, &C0 Col
lege St -eet.
FOR SALE-HOILEK AND 4-HOKSE POWER
vertical high Meed engine Also a tO-llebt
Generator including all switch bourd Instru
lnents For particulars, cull on or address
Fhkii Kink, Box:!7U, Pendleton, Ore.
WW. F. YOIINKA WILL PAY PROMPT AT
tentlon to al sales and potlng bills Cor
rcspondencci'Ollcllcd. Commission reasonable
P. O. Kox 2itl. Pendleton
DIVORCE LAWS-I'ETKK WEWj ADVICE
free : fees, tui ins to suit ; 25 years' experience.
0il"icet08 Garden St., Pendleton, Oregon.
OLD NEWSPAPERS TO PUT UNDER
carpets, on shelves, walls, or for wrap
ping purposed. Old newspapers In large
bin dies of I DO each at cents a bundle
at the EAST OREGONIAN office, Pendle
IN POUNDONK BAY HORSE ABOUT
7 years old : weight about !U0 pounds; brand
ed cross on right jaw and on right hip ,
If said animal Is not claimed by the
owner or those entitled to the uouetslou,
costs and exnouies against It paid, and
then taken nny within ten days from the
.into i,r,.nr timn nt " o'clock ii. m. of the
seventh day of July, Hull. the said
nr.lmnl will be sold to tne uignest muu,
nt public miction tor cash, at the- city
pound, on the corner of Cottonwood and
Webb streets, In the City of Pendleton, the
proceeds of such sole to be nppllc.l to the
imyment of such costs and expenses of mak
ins sale. K SCIIEEIfi CUy Mllhal
Farmers Custom Mill
Fred Walters, Proprietor
Capacity 160 barrels a ilay
Flour exuhuiiu'tnl for wheat
Flour, Mill Feed, Chopped peed, etc
always on hand.
Trib Notice Ttlb
mi.. . i Patwilntnn are re-
spectfully asked to fully Investigate
Trib the world's greatest cure for tue
liquor and tobacco habits, and to any
one in need of a euro wo say truin
fully, Trib Is an honest, positive cure.
You do not use Trib in your coffee;
you can't give It that way; but be
sensible and take it for either of
these habits tho same as you would
a remedy for any other disease Here
Is a reference from a man we 1 known
In Pendleton. Head u, ve aa.e
j. av. Daugherty writes on May 14,
11,03: To whom It may concern:
I wish to say I completed a euro wltn
Trib in February, and have had no
desire to drink since. It will also cure
tho tobacco habit. I had u harder
time to learn to smoke after taking
Trib than when I first learned to
smoko. I am quite well known In
Baker City. I.a Grande, Sural iter and
Pondleton and anyone wishing to atop
using either liquor or tobacco I would
lecommetid them to take Trib.
Price $12.50. For sale by all drug
t Conrad Platzoeder I
All kinds of Fresh
Meats always on
hand. Fine Bacon,
Hams and Sausage.
I Prices as low as the lowest J
f 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 ..n,,,nl4,.
I Five Porcelain Tubs I
re now to be found at
Privett's Barber Shop and
Bath Rooms. We also have
five hydraulic chairs. Every- f
uiiiiK is neat ana Clean, we 4,
employ none but first-class T
workmen. Our equipment is t
uui execueu ir eastern ure.
Privett'5 Barber Shop
723 Main Streot
H"H"H"H-I"H"H"H"H-1 1 11
Bar in connecti
Bet. Alta & Webb Sts.
In Center of Block.
F. X. Schempp
Propr i e t o r
International Stock and
C. F. Golesworthy
127.129 East Alta St.:
Agent for Lee's Lice Kil'er
GOOD SOUND WOOD
Is always received when you
place your order with us.
Fir. Tamarack and
Why buy poor coal when yoti
can get the best for the same
Telephone Main 5J
ONE WAY OCT.
A Resident of Pendleton Shows the
Only one way to cure a bad back.
I.lnlments and plasters may relieve
They won't cure It.
Backache means sick kidneys.
Doan's Kidney Pills euro all kidney
Pendleton people prove tins.
Head a case of it;
Mrs. J. Brynk, who lives on Star
street, says: "Doan's Kidney Pills aro
a grand medicine, as I know from ex
perience, and I nave no nesuauuu m
saying that any sufferer from back
nelm nr other kldnev troubles who
T rJoaT wl'ft uS 'resins1 !
thau well satisfied with te J-eswts.
I suffered from three or four years
with Rharn nalns In my back which
bocamo acute when I attempted to
bend over, or to lift anything. Be
sides, I had rheumatism or lumbago
In my left arm so bad that I could not
raise It above my shoulder without
assistance from my left hand. I saw
Doan's Kidney Pills advertised and
got a box at the Brock & McComas
Co drug store. When I had used
three boxes the backache had van
ished and with It the rheumatic pains
through my arms."
For salo by all dealers. Price CO
cents per box. Foster-Mllburn Co.,
Buffalo, N. Y., solo agents for the
Remember the name DOAN S
and take no other.
The Oregon Dally Journal can bt
found on sale at Frazter's book store
IN M WALLOWA
SKETCH OF ONE OF" .HER
First Settler on the Imnahd The
Magic Circle Drawn by Chief Jos
eph Nez Percea Stubbornly Re
Tho following clipping from tho
Wallowa News, recalls one of the
most thrilling periods In tho roman
tic history of 'Wallowa county:
"Joe Johnson, who moved to tho
Findlay place on tho Imnaha last
year, called at the Wallowa News of
fice Wednesday. Mr. Johnson was
one of the pioneers of tho valley and
has lived until moving to the Imnaha,
in tho lower valley, two miles front
Wallowa. He says that he Is located
about 37 miles each from Joseph, Kti
terprlse and Wallowa. As matters
Oiow stand he has unlimited range for
his sheep both winter and summer.
Ho and his son have about 7,0(10 head
of sheep. The fruit crop peaches,
grapes, etc. will bo very groat on
tho Imnaha this year. His farm has
40 acres or orchard and vineyard."
The "Findlay place" mentioned In
the Item was the hrst settlement
made on tho Imnaha river. A man
named Flndtov went Into the almost
inaccessible canyon of tho Imnaha, In
1872, and began to make a homo. He
was united by the warm climate and
high adaptability of the soli to fruit
Although the Wallown valley was
considered too cold ami frosty nt that
time to grow fruit or grain, tho warm
valley of the fmnnha, 1,000 feet lower,
yet only 4(1 miles distant, was "spot
ted" by prospectors as n little para
dise. It was In the heart of the Nor.
Perce Indian territory at that tlmo.
They were disputing every foot of the
Wallowa valley with tho winies. In
tho treaty between the government
and the Nez Pcrccs, by which they
relinquished then claim to the north
eastern portion of Oregon, one pro
viso was made by Chief Joseph, nnd
qn this ono slim proviso, hangs this
old chief's present claim to a homo
In Wallowa vullej.
While the treaty was being drawn
this old chief got down on Ills knees
on tue ground and making a rmlo
map of the Nez Perco territory to bo
I ceded lo the United Slates, he drew
a little circle, in tho center of tho
man representing tho clrculnr rim
of the high mountains enclosing Wal
lowa valley, and pointing to It, said:
"This land, mine and my people's
He relused to relinquish Ills claim
to thnt valley, has always contended
for tho right to go there and live nnd
has visited Washington. I). C. twice
In the effort to have his ownership
When Findlay took his family
down Into the Ininnha canyon, people
said he was committing suicide. The
main Nez Perco trail from Wallown
to l.ewlston led down tho Ininnha.
It was lined with Indians every day
In the spring and summer season,
and when they saw the Inevitable
encroachment of tho whiles on their
choke territory they became Burly,
defiant and insulting.
The nearest settlement to the Im
naha was the little village or Joseph,
4il miles away. No settlers were to
be found at that time along tho foot
hills and creek bottoms as now. Find
lay's supplies were partly packed In
on horseback, and after tho first
yetr or two a M'tnlilanee of wagon
road was built.
1 When the Indians saw lie was go
I I,,., i,. uinv ntwt nrfilmlilv Induce ltKire
settlers to follow, they would tome
down in tin night and pull up his
watermelon vines, potatoes and toma
toes. They drovo off bis horses time
and time again, taunted him openly
about It and lode down his grain
wllb their ponies.
He did not dale complain, lor iear
of worse treatment. They knew ho
was not afraid of them himself, hilt
they had learned of .Mrs. Fltullay's
horror or them and they niado a
iiractlce of watching until Findlay
would leave homo and then they
would go to tho house and upset fur
niture, beds and provision boxes for
pure cussedness. They would lead
her lo believe they wore going to
kill her and many a day she took her
childien and hid in tho brush iinlll
her husband returned home.
Finally Flndlay's patience was
worn out nnd on coming home one
evening he found a Nez Perio lying
In his own bed In tho house and Mrs.
Findlay and tho children hidden In
tho brush, in terror of tho Indian In
g. r-an'tbr mnorr f
f , . . Knlv-.(.il hl rlfio am
truder. He was so enraged at this
abuses, that ho seized his rifle and
shot tho Nez Perce deau in mo ueu
This stopcd the Indian depreda
OniiK mi tlm Klndlav ranch. For sev
eral weeks the man and family lived
In constant dread of an attack, hut
for some reason It did not come. Ho
Improved his farm and other settlers
Joined him and today the Imnaha Is
the most famous peach and tomato
region In Kastcrn Oiegon.
Flndlay's mind wsb finally unbal
anced with tho terrible strain of his
situation. Ho was a very religious
man and never was the samo after
killing the Indian.
Tho Fourth of July baseball game
at Tacoma was broken up by a crowd
of toughs who attacked tho umpire
cutting his hands and arms In the ef
fort to stab him through his chest
Two Trains to the East Daily
Throuth Pullman standard anflToutl.t ep
Ing ran lllr to Omaha, Chicago! tonrlst
sleeping car callv to Kansas CUT! throng
rnllman tonrl.t .leaping cart (personally con.
ducted) weekly to Chicago, Kansas dir. St.
Louts ana Mempnis; reclining cnair cars (seats
cinii Tlmo Schedule aaatra
?oa From I'cmUetou raon
Tortland Portland Special No. 1 Tht last
9:10 am StOOa.in.
CMcago Chicago Special No, 1 rortlaad
Portland Mall and Kxpresi No. Tha Baa
TheKatt Mall and KxpretaNo.S Portland
4:20 am j :Uam
IPamtleton Pasaengar Bpokaat
No, 7 l:U3
Spot" Spokano Paasanger
:15 am No. 8
Pendleton Branch m m
Mixed Train No, 41
h-okm. Walla Walla Branch
Ocean and River Schedule.
' All sailing dates snb-
Sail arery & days,
BoX Columbia Hirer 4 Mp.m,
IMp n, To Astoria slid Way Sunday
10J00 p mm I
Boats leave Portland dally, except Sunday
Use oi water permitting! lor lllametta anr
Yamhill Hirer points.
4 S a. m.
70 a. m
Hlparla to Lewlston
f. V. WAMBLKY. Agent, Pendleton
Chicago, St Paul, St. Louis, Kan
sas City, St. Joseph, Omaha and
All Points East and South
Portland and points
on ths Sound
Arrive at Pendleton Monday, Wednes
day and Friday, 1.45 p. m Tues
day, Thursday and Saturday, 11.45
Leave Pendleton, 7 p. m.
Leaso Walla Wnlla lally,eait bound, 11 xu p m
Arrive Walla Walla dally, eat bound, Kills a. in
Kor Information regarding rates and acconi'
tiiodatlons, cull on oradilress .
W, A DAMN, Agent
H. I). C.U.IWKIIKAI), (I. P. A.,
Walla Vt alia, Washington.
COE COMMISSION CO.
Minneapolis CIiiuko and New York
Grain and Stocks
N. II.- II you liavo an on trade oi
account llh us, you can operate
against It III any o( our Koottlces.
WHEAT CORN AND OATS
Stocks, BoiidH uud Negotiable
We charge no Interest lor carrying long
MARGINS; lo Bushel ou Grain;
$2 a Share on Stocks
i(rri i II nations! and stale liuki
Prlfate wires lo all! eaillng vichanges and to
87 leading towns oi ine noriuwesi. ubhbim
offices. Hank ol Commerce Iluildlng Minneapo
20 count aiasar
rn.7?K VEarRiTt TlSXmn: YtZlUvlr tut m U ort c-t U oU -tul uwit f ' Uluv rum
"XI T Bb I . I Blllan Ii
iTii of Mir ftbuM,dlulAllwij'irMMa c-i-tlrr mcning. CureiUOli Pinnnooo.
lmnA!lltV. LH1I rUMDri nia,lis,-al-'aa- "HVl ouaws - ...--.---s r -
In back, M Doalraa, i
Headacha. Onfltnesa to
SOLD BY TALLMAN & CO., DHUOOItJTB, HENDl.eTON, OHEQON,
VAN DRAN BROS., Props.
The Best Hotel In Pendkto
and good as any.
The Hotel Pendleton has just
been refitted atul refurnished
turouiihout. Phone and fire
alarm connections with all rooms.
Baths in suites and single roc:ns.
Headquarters Tor Traveling Mai
Commodious Sample RoomB.
Rates $2 & $250
Hpcelal rate by week or in onth
Prompt Dlnlugroom service.
Bar and billiard room In oonnootioi
Only Three Blocks from Depot
GOLDEN RULE HOTEL
Corner Court and Johnson Streets,
M. F. Kolly, Proprlotor.
HEATED BY STEAAl
LIGHTED Y ELECTIHCITY
Aliioiliiili I'liill, riilitSi.'4n tofM.OO
tier ilu V.
ICillt)Pciill l'liiti. nile, Tile, 91.110.
Mpoullll i-iltcn liy week ill- IIIOMtll,
Free 'bus meets oil trains'
Commercial trade solicited
11 lie sample room
Special Attention Given Country Trads
CORNER MAIN AND WEBB STS.
GEO. DAnVEAU, Prop.
Illock and a half from depot;
Sample room In connection.
50o, 760, J1.04)
American Han, IJ per day aud upwaid,
HcadquaiUis for tourists aud commercial Ua.
tiers. Sutclal rates made to fsmlllea audslagla
gcutltiiitu The mauagtmcnl will be plcassd
at all times to show rooms aud girl prices. A
modtru Turkish bathtataklUhmsutln tlnhotsl.
II, C. I10WI1KH, Manage-,
- aVH LaVeTD III Ua4i Uttf IM
ra uj Him iiicri ji
tHOUl tktul TUIibaf I
NlKht-Losse Bpematorrnoea Iniomn
.mi aok, Hroue uaoony
, Losaof aenien,
at . linn
ilLlssVlt VljfOf Is4
It ".WR" wtm
utAri sliror i
ou TwltohlnK, or
pouuef W every luao
furUteW luaJL X ii I
liuwirwywi w i p " .