East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, July 30, 1903, Image 7

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    DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, QREQQN. THURSDAY. JU
LY 30, 1903.
PROFESSIONS AND TRADES, ALPHABETICALLY ARRANGED.
PHYSICIANS.
-rTrnl,!:. OFFICE IN J HDD
V1 Office hours, 10 to 12 a. m., i
D. " 'rclepuonercaoii.
ii -
lilt I Kit. "lAMJlt,
t,S .nil corrects cyo irouoics, caiar
W"1 7, i. nnil Impaired henrlng.
w '"'"-..fis fitted for refractive er-
M,.7.imiJ muln 1131.
,cm
IIT1I & KINUU, wnuK uvisu
i ivndleton wivngn "" i'cpuuue
office telephone main 801.
LTn4HFlBr.n, M. D HOMEOPATHIC
kL?,Tn and surgeon. Office In Judd
rw-. i-.ii.li nine. on ce, mac : res-
i plat
rrjMcPAlII.U ROOM 17 ASOCIA
. Telonbone main 031: real-
black 101.
INSURANCE AND LAND BUSINESS
K,f.n"f.YR0N' ATTORNEY AT LAW-
J. M. IIKNTI.KY REPRESENTS THE OLIIKT
and most reliable Are and accident Instance
companies, omco wUU Hartm." f Abstract"
I'nYSICIAN
. Mieoa, Office In Having Hank build
Rooin I. office phono Main Mil, res. Main
JOHN IIAIM'V in rtTI .......
n,,!!"nr,",1f('.rTS"'clnUy W of land flilnw
ruid proof j Insurance and collections, nr.
I1CP 111 -IllMfl ills 1,11 n "
BOARD AND LODGING.
in
whom she
I , if ,'ae. and duseiseV of . 1"urm"'
iiia uci v. .... ;
t...l.l Ml III I til
"iff- IIn,1"D?TIN'(iT0'N' "AS PURCHASED
''"''Sing. House, at 63 Garden Street.
".u.n fliiu win m
'-.n JUUtl inillllliin, nuu ,
XtSts. Office puonc mum ; rea- M, Btrc(.,s-
ht u uer irienus ana
corner Main and , rrryrrr aita ntli,n "7,Tr
( main 721: i-m. "V.1. ALTA COItlSKU ALT A
COMMERCE-TRADE
Af PA iVIl
Wink. Gnod tit. ..t 't.. "i
11.73 per week. 'I'endleton Feed Yard in
,,..i -ml nnil office 'libone lllark
feat lieu
.....1 ffn, 'tihnnn llln,.lr '
"' " -v.. ..v -, f ini' Vf)rl pn , mrf. ., .,
, . t ., uoou meuis ana
' T. ..i.i'rjti.t . . fc't. nr... I fll'Ht.r IllUB f.xirna Un....lAl n.
Slice 111 Judd BuIIiIIiik Room 15, Oflico 1, c,0"in;ela travelers. Mrs. C. II. Ille
iSJ'Bed 1211, Residence I'lioue Main H21. tcl- 1 ' "ock, Ore.
IwJUon, uregnn
OPTICIANS.
lilt. OtiUKK WINBI.OW
Rrnilua o optlclun
ATIIKXA IIOTIX. LEAI1I.N(I HOTEI, IN THE
city fi,u to tlM per day H,I' Mlllcn,
proprietor. '
WHEN YOUR liUSI.NESd TAKES YOU TO
nun, .uii iii iuo uoiei iifin uooa meala
Ich ..udlcton,
TIip only com. i Rnd Koorlncrvlc. II. II. Richard", nronrlctor
plete optical parlor In
the city. Six doors FRATERNAL ORDER"!
Koutti of I". O., Main I IC""',L OHUfaHb.
Ore. No fee cliareed OAMON I.ODCiH, NO. 4. MEHTS r.VKRY
v tiamlnatlon and consultation.
DENTISTS.
I .nuiiuay evening in secret Society nail,
i j I.aDow block, at Pendleton, Ore. It. Y.
. icntn-i, i. ii. n. t . ieycB, l.. u.
I( 4 VAflillAN, DUXTIHT, OFKIC'K
IviA DUIIOIOK. i-uuue, ruu i i.
IN
MISCELLANEOUS.
ANTED YOUNG MEN lo prepare lor Oov
(1 MAN'S', DIJNTIHTi OFFICII IN AH-1 purtmentt. Oood Salaries Rapid I'romolloni
HUllon diock, over nvmuiui a uew urue i;xainlnailon toon. Purtlctilars Free.
uoit Tiionc, reu -11. Inter-state Cor. lust., Cedur Rapl.n, la
BANKS AND BROKERS.
IfltSI XAT10NAI, HANK OF ATIIIINA
IMn id loreign nuu iioiiichiic excuuuKe.
'il'ectlooi promptly attended to. Henry
.idinii, president; T. J. Kirk, vlce-prea-leit,
i' S. I.edrow, casliler ; 1. M. Kemp,
ml rubier.
HEWING AND DRESSMAKING, MISS JESSIE
Jones. 1015 Franklin 0t Co-, E. Railroad.
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS FOR LIGHT
ilng, alto one i room and one I
for rent. Martin Compton, 509 Col
.. . . . ; .ivu iwm i rui
0rKon. aiitai. ..u,uuu ; surp us ana housekeeping, aNo one i room and one 5
'onu, d,uou. iim-iuni uu mm; u.,un'is. room bouie lor r
lege Street,
FOR SALE-1IOILER AND 4 IIORSE POWER
vertical high speed engine Also a 40-llght
ueiierator lucluuing all snitch boarn instru
liicntn For particulars, call on or address
I iikii KINK, luii :i7. Pendleton. Ore
INCREASING FOREIGN
DEMAND FOR COAST WHEAT.
Watermelons and Muskmelons Are
Now staples, But Come High To
matoes anJ Green Corn Are Now
Here to Stay Till the End of Their
Season Very Little Variation In
Prices.
The only thing about tho markets
this week that Is new Is tho addition
or one or two things that come with
tno good old summer tlmo, and tho
passing of the old potato for tho new.
Watermelons aro now in the mar
kct, hut they havo como all tho way
irom California to get there, and aro
correspondingly high, retailing at
from 25 to 50 cents per. Muskmelons
aro also here and they rango from G
to 25 cents each and aro small at
that. Tomatoes aro In tho market at
rn.,CC;ot?.J:!;tPP0lmi aml1 grccn ,eorn n sll0r'-iK0 of one year ago.
" h"" cu,,lH i"-'r uozen i riom The demand for Hour tho
' . ., . , Past week has been very good and on-
t-n w: 8, mmor 8?UMh and one or hies aro somo bettor Heavy orders
cltv i,i neon piaccl for Augi
Hogs, dressed, 77c.
Veal, dressed, 78Hc
The Wheat Trade.
Portland. July 30. Tho week has
passed without any change In tho sit
uation as mostly all tho old stocks
havo passed Into tho hands of miners
and exporters. Wc cannot look for a
liberal export movement much beforo
October. Exporters havo great dim
culty In securing options on wheat at
present, as the farmer Is quite n plu
tocrat this season. It Is unnecessary
to say that present values will tend
to delay action or free selling and
probably sellers will hold off for some
time before parting with their wheat,
as all of them anticipate higher prices
than tho market will warrant nnd It
remains to be seen whether tho urg
ency to sell Is less or greater than
tho pressure to buy. Farmers will no
doubt get nil the market can stand
after allowing for a legitimate profit
for handling and usual risk of ship
ment. Quotations for old wheat aro
7Sc for club. Sic for blue stem, 79e
Per bushel for valley. Where harv
esting is going on yields aro not turn
"K out as wol las expected. Thcw
no doubt that tho crop will show
city, but as yet they aro so scarco
that there are no quotations on them.
ii next week they will be more plen
liclist nnd Son-
tember shipments for various points
In tho Orient and as soon as new
wneat Is marketed the mills will all
flr.tt n.l l . . j ....vui IS, HUH IIUIVU
I..... ...... mo cummun neru may uo Do fu operation A number nf th
ch nat and,enJ;, 0"tsIdo of tho large mills' fi! InterC who mvS
, "ie(-. nothlnE haB talcn , wheat are closed down, as the water
placo of interest. is too ,ow fop them t0 oporat0f r,.,ces
Pendleton Retail Grocery Prices. are without change and rule from
Coffee Mocha and Java, best, 50c!$3.S3 to $1.35 per barrel. Quality and
per lb.; next grade, 35c per lb; lower; brands considered, stocks of Hour on
grades coffee, 25c to 15c per lb.; hand at present nro smaller than for
package coffee, and 20c per lb, 3 ! many years past.
packages for 50c. Millstuffs Owing to the scarcity of
Itlce Best head rice, 12c per lb.; wheat very few mills are In operation
next grade, 10c per lb. and these nro unable to supply the
sugar cane granulated, best, 0.50 demand at present, ns feed Is very
lBE FARIIIIR.S HANK OF WKSTON,
Which. Oregon. Does n ceuerul bank-
lu business. I'xcliniigt' bought and Hold.
I'jlfCtloDJ promptly attended to. It. Jum-1
wi, prwlilt'lil , t. eorgo vt, iToeustei,
ri.nresld.'nt . J It. Kllgurc. cashier: '.-
cton, ii. . uiirtnmn. m. m. joiiiib, i. nivnui'i.' t wh pi-'tku vfit- aiiVH'p
Piice. (3 I), llruw. J. J Kllcore. Rob- 0.?1 ..7..u!t.K.l..L1i,!
lit Jimeson, (I, V I'locbstcl. oiiiceOOS Garden St.. Puiidleton. Oregon.
! WM. F. YOUNKA ILL PAY PROMPT AT
i tentlon to al sales and rDtlnz bills Cor-
respondencesollclted. Commission reasonablu
1 1', o. Box t!-X. Pendleton
rflE IT.N'ilLin'O.V KAVINOS HANK,
IYdOXou. Oregon Orcun zed March 1.
l3 Capital, 1(M,0(MI ; BiirpluB. $1U0,
m; Interest allowed on nil time deposits.
pnuge oougiit nuu mild on an principal
Wis. SmcIiiI attention clveu to col-
Ittlnai W J Furnish, president ; J. N.
fal lice president T. J Morris, cushleri
" iiaioncy, un.sistiuit ciiHhler.
IIEST NATIONAL ItANIC OF l'n.N'DLC-
m. capital. J7i).:iuu : Kiirnlus. Sti.i.Uiio :
mulcts a eeuerul Imiiklnir business. Bx-
lliute ud tclegrnphlc transfers sold on
wish an i rancisco. tcw lora ana
ucipai points n the Northwest. Dnifti
run od Clilnu, Japan and Europe. Makes
wnoin on reasouiinie icrms. L,evi au
oj. president ; Y F. Mutlnck, vlce-pres-felt,
C 1!. Wilde. cuHlilir : II. I' Johnson.
usUttot cashier.
IN POUND-ONE CORREL MARE ABOUT
4 yoars old; while lace; three white feet;
branded 1IC on right sbotililer, with smaller
III! below upp?r brand and connected with It
If said animal is not claimed by the
owner or those entitled to the possession
costs and cxpcnies against It paid, and
then taken away within ten days from the
date hereof, then nt 2 o'clock p. m. of the
second day of August 191V!. the sa d
nr.lmal will be sold to the highest bidder,
nt public auction for cash, nt the city
pound, on the corner of Cottonwood and
ui.hi att-nntM. in tlu Tltv of I'endleton. the
proceeds of such snle to lie applied to the
payment of such costs and expenses of mak
Iny sale. scin,ERi CU. Mh
ARCHITECTS AND BUILDERS.
' 1 UDilW wiXTiufrnii ,N-n mill-
do All kinds nt work niMirefl on. Job
hirt Klf kfunln,. I.....L. nnaha.ilu1
red r.43.
t I10WAIM1 AI!('IIITI!f"r AVMl Mil.
PtUnteuloIlt in n loo ,.,lntn nnil roll.
!lau for biillilln l'h In thn rltp or rnun.
If llwin 17 J inl,! hnllclliiL-.
A COLl:. CONTRACTORS AND
Milder I'Mllm.,.,... r..nll.n.l .... .ImiS
l"U. Job work n nninnv. I'romnt
bop ou Illuir street near Muln.
"lite.
1 MA. I'liVTiiAr'Tfiir u'n iiTIir.Il
III. EdtlnmlfM r.ipnlal.n.l .,n nil lflndM
iMjnry, anient walks, stone wnlls, etc.
s." iniere at i:nst Oregonlan office.
L TIHIM'l.ll . .n,.,.... lIL'lk
I g. .'..;s, .iivilf i i.v. i rtn.'
I erlntenilent i!n.im t ..vni it,u.inn
Krtnilletun, Oregon.
' S. KEI.r.llll lir.iuTi.'invri ivn PR.
Ia,-. anient walks a 'specialty. lis-
.u.iii.nii.(i ireo. work gimrunicea.
qT orders nt it,.,ii.. c '.!,..,. nif.np
tut ..-:: v,
per sack; do. 13 pounds. $1.
Salt Coarse, $1.10 per 100; table,
$2.50 per 100.
Flour n. B., $4 per barrel; Wal
ters', $4 per barrel.
Cherries, Royal Ann, 10c box; pie
cherries, 3 for 25c.
Watermelons, 25T60c each.
Muskmelons, 525c each.
Raspberries, 10c box.
Currants, 35c gallon.
Apricots, 5o box.
Peaches, 7c pound.
Peach plums, Gc.
Tomatoes, I0o pound.
Green corn, 30c dozen.
Radishes, 5c bunch.
Onions, 3e bunch.
Cabbage, 4c per pound.
CuinitK, 3 bunches luc.
fiieen apples, 3c lb.. $1 box.
Cucumbers, 2 for 5c.
New potatoes, 21&c per pound.
Pendleton Livestock, Poultry and Pro
duce Market.
Chickens Hens, 7c; $4.00 per
dozen ; roosters, 4 to C cents.
Geese, per dozen, $9.
Ducks, per dozen, $4.
Hutter, 40 to 50c, good.
Uggs, 20c.
Garlic, 15c per pound.
Choice Beef Cattle, Etc.
Cows, per hundred, $3.
Steers, $3.C0.
Hogs, live. $5C.G0.
Send away tor a Sewing
W h V Machine. It you must have
' 11 J a cheap one. we have them
t ienn i 'r. (in Good as you
-1..., ,.i ,,'..vwhoiH but bettor still and
WOT AND SHOE REPAIRING. ' lot cheaper In tho end, Is a high
.teimvAi.ii Tim? ,. ,.,a,,,.h. srailo White or buiuu.u,
I' Irstclnsa reiinlrlng with
i miiep o ... - r..r..n .
rjtt 4 Co liuP lu rear oi iiiuuiuiii:.
.SECOND-HAND DEALERS.
1'Miniii i.
Ib..i I'liALHIl IN Ml'
s-r-7 iuus. ir thero Is anytli
- ui noiv , i i
JESSE FAILING
Near the Hridge
THERE is a big
DEMAND for
Canned fruits and vegetables
that taste like mother's j
Monopole j
has all the fresh ripe flavor of
the fruit or vegetable -nothing
but the most select stock
goes into a MONOPOLE can.
Evarv bit is Dacked fresh.
sweet and delicious, with
painstaking care and you can
not find an equal anywhere to
MONOPOLE. I
Standard Grocery ;
1
scarce and tho demand from Interior
points lu Oregon and Washington Is
also very good. Trices are firm and
show no change from previous quota
tions, liran and shorts, $22.50 per
ton., middlings $2(1.50.
Barley Tho harvost Is on. llarley
Is beginning to arrive In country
warehouses. As to prices for feed or
brewing, none have as yet been made
by buyers and It Is probable that $1S
per ton will bo tho figure paid for
feed. The quality received is report
ed as being very good. Tho yields
are turning out better than many ex
pected. San Francisco Markets.
Sun Francisco, July 30. Tho sub
stantial character of tho recent ad
vance In prices In the local wheat
market is noticeable In the strength
with which tho higher figures aro
maintained. Tho exporting Interests
have buyers In the country, and In
their eagerness to obtain the grain,
they are paying oven higher rates
than tho city. Sales of options were
rather moderate, but prices scored
another advance which was well sus
tained at the close. Quotations for
No. 1 shipping, $1.40 to $1.42; mill
ing. $1.47H: to $1.60 per cental.
Harley Market fairly active and
prices firm. Receipts aro light. No
activity Ib expected for several weeks
yet. Harvesting continues and re
ports aro of the best. Quotations for
feed flrmor at $1.02 to $1.05; ship
ping, $1.12 to $1.17 per cental.
Boston Wool Market.
Hoston, July 30. Theie Is very lit
tle change In tho wool market hero
this week, and there Is a lair amount
of business doing. Quotations; Ter
ritory, Idaho, flue, llf15o; medium
line, 1C(0'17('; medium, 1847 PJc;
Wyoming, fine, 14015c; line medium,
l17c; medium, lX(?nsc.
Utah and Novuda fine, IGlfie; lino
medium, I'fflSc; medium, ll67 20o.
Dakota, fine, IGfi'lCc; lino medium,
10O17e; medium, 190 20c. Mon
tana, choice, 1801'Jc; fine medium
choice. lS&)'Jv; average, 17018c;
staple, 18019c, medium choice, 19
20c. Colorado, New Mexico, etc., 11
012c; lino medium, 14015; fine med
ium, lGQ'lb'c. Arl.onu, heavy, 130
14c; average, 1501fic; choice, 170
18e; Georgia, 23f24c: Now Mexico
Improved, 1G01CC.
Moimpn e liroceiv
Couit Street
SI FarLin'COMMERCIAL STABLES
No. '.'ly Court street.
1VM . . , ...
Hdnn" 'o d. pawn broken
'"'l on all kln.io r nr.i,.i..K
L""I. Plops 7:12 Cottonu-oiHl -trect
J0NSORIAL PARLORS.
GOOD."
money
Water
morn
itAirnmr kiiop AND
vri.. ... a 11 .1,.,,..
n otil St. UeorgQ. Kirst-clajii
8ANITAIIV ItAllltl'IF M!ini
Lwni bio,t '
rslD- biT 7. -u,u 1 Bireoii ueoi
1 Wi ... lnuIern Improvements:
ttl" sterilized , bath rooms In con.
CABS ANn CADDIAOCC
II 111 "".lurmuv..
tiW.? MNn. KItWIN IIAKDlt. I'ltOI'.
TSr J?"1" 701. Office and waiting
Fred Walters. Proprietor
Capacity 150 burri'ls a day
P'lour, Mill Kwl, Clio.ipwl "f Carryalls for picnic parties. Good
always 00 lininl ,.ams with competent drivers for
. i commercial men, Speedy horsos and
Scotts Santal-Pep Oapsutas .''eS!:; tSir
VUU.i v v"" j r . , ' a, nni, hoarded at reasonable
A POSITIVE bnsrata 8t ot care give,, to transient
ofthe Bladierand UlZZii I stock. Opposite
KIdnTS. . riocuro ?! l ,0110 .Main JOi.
Cure, qnlckly ana rerni.-
nentir n? worn
00 motterof bow lo.ig stfo"
,nn Anunlntnlv aajrmlesi.
ii'i br dragtlsU. Prlc.
lHoTTr:
G. M. FROOME, PROPRIETOR.
Hotel Pendleton.
5t.U0, or by mall, postpaid.
tl.M,3boiSj2-73-
THE SAMrAl-PtPSIK CO.,
BCllEFONTAINK, OHIO.
"treet, next to Savings HaaE 1 s,y F. W. Schmidt & Co.
' AND FEED STABLES. 1
ClTvT I
M'VIini' IIOAItD AND SALlii
sble
-"HsAltaHlroii "
MEN AND WOMEN.
'KiaTeM.VnJnotutril
VIIKES
flti&lloWftl
... 1.1 atrldUll.
1 Tnwu OooU.U).. , , r,i,oi,0U4.
Conrad Platzoeder f
All kinds of Fresh
Meats always on
hand. Fine Bacon,
Hams and Sausage.
Prices as low as the lowest
Can't Eat by Herself.
The supremo court of Now York
has just decided against a woman
who sued the piopilotor of a lostau-
? ! lant for refusing to servo her after
9 o'clock bccau-i.) s 10 was not accom
panied by a malo escort. It was sup
posed this !!UMiii:iln I law luid iiiis-ed
Into innocuous desuetude, but tho Jus
tlco held Hi.;' the pioppi'i-i" acted
strictly wi'Ir'i his ti.iojftitlve. Tim
plaintiff based her claim on tho civil
light bill, but it semin lhat this, like
the fourteenth amendment, was in
tended to protect negro men but not
whito women. As Hit' law Mauds
now a loin woman oil tho struts of
New York who happens to bo hungry
after 9 o'clock can get u blto only by
asking toiiiu stray man to accompany
her to tho festal boaid, and If sho
does this fell la likely to be arrestod
by the police.
Burned Them Up.
Fred Holllbtor, of Mlshawaka, Ind.,
tho wealthy merchant who ordered
all his tobacco and clRars cremated
on account of an alleged spiritual
vIbIoii, wns put to a severe test Just
before feeveial bundled dollarb' worm
of cigars and tobacco weio thrown in
to tho furnace forlnclneratlon a do.en
men hurried to Holllfcter and offered
him large amounts m cash for the
doomed stock. Kvery offer was rejected.
TRANSPORTATION LINES.
HEGON
SH OUTLINE
and unton Pacific
Two Trains to tho East Dally
Through Pullman standard andTonrtst sleep
Ing ears dally to Omaha, Chicago; tourist
sleeping car oallr to Kansas City: throusji
rullman tourist sleeping cars personally con
ducted) weekly to Chicago, Kansas CUT, re
cllnlng chair cars fse.t. frii to the Kasl rially.
HOTELS.
HOTEL
PENDLETON
VAN DRAN BROS., Props.
The Best Hotel In Pendleto
and as rod as any.
nsrtaT
roi
Tlmo Sohcltiln
From t'oiultotou
ARRIVI
rao
Portland Portland Special No. t
sue a in
The East
KMX) a in.
Chicago Chicago Special No 2 PortUnd
ftUOpm 1 Silt) pro
Portland
l:.V)am
Mall and Eipreas No.5
The (as
lllll m
The Kast)
IM a m
Mall and F.' press No. 1 Portland
1 hum
ll'endtetou Pauenger
I No, 7
Spoksue i Spokano PasHeDger
:1S a m 1 No. s
rendietou Branch
Ulied Train No, It
Spokan.
llllpj
ISWpn.
6SHIp ni
Wall. Walls, Branch
Mixed Train No. U
Ocean and River Schedule.
FROM PORTLAND.
DA) p. m.
1 All sailing dates job '
jcci 10 cnanie.
For Ban Francisco
8.11 every A days. 1
I i
4 J p. 01
Dally I
exceot 1
Sundar 1 -""" " isYip.t
Iflp m. To Astoria and Way Snnda)
saiuroay
10 JO p 111.'
WIlliiniettoHlver.
Boats leave Portland dally, eieepl Bund.)
suite ol water permitting) lor Willamette ant
Yamhill River points.
The Hotel Pendleton has jusl!
been refitted and rediruislicd j ',
ttiroughout Phone and fire V .'-'
alarm connections with all rooms, yftl
Hntlic in nitrc nnil c.ni1o rnr-rvia cCl
Ueadquartors for Travollng Mea
Uommouious Samplo Rooms.
Rates $2 & $2.50
Hpcclal lutes by week or month
Kxi'fllont Cuisine.
l'Miiipt Dlnlngroom servloa.
Bar and billiard room in counectloi '
Only Three Blocks from Depot
Leave
Rlparla Snake River
4D5.m. Rlparla to Lewlsten
Pally
Kxcpt Monl
K. r, WAMHLKY, Agent,
Leave
Lewlstor
"KiOa.ro
Dallv
I Xiopt M01
I'endlaton,
WASHINGTON
COLUMBIA RIVER
RAILROAD
Take this
route for
Chicago, St Paul, St. Louis, Kan
sas City, St Joseph, Omaha and
All Points East and South
Portland and points
on tho Sound
TIMIC CAItll
Arrive at Pendleton Monday, Wednes
day and Friday, 1.45 p. m. Tues
day, Thursday and Saturday, 11.45
a, m.
Leave Pendleton, 7 p. m.
Lcavo Walla Walla ilally.east bound. II :oo p 10
Arrhe Walla Walla .lally, vest bound, 10;ISa, 111
For Information icgardlng rates and atioin.
inodallons, cull on or address
W A HAMS, Agent
Pendleton, Oregon
P. B CALIIKRIIKAD, O P. A
Walla Walls, Washington.
I Hest shoe work at Teutsch's.
GOE COMMISSION CO.
Incorporated,
Minneapolis, ChiwJK" Jiid New York
Grain and Stocks
N. II.- II you have an open trade 01
account lth us, you can operate
against It lu any ol our 1 Wo lilies
WHEAT CORN AND OATS
Stocks, Bonds and Negotiable
Collateral
We charge 110 Interest lor carrjlug lous
stocks.
MARGINS! lc Bushel ou Oraiuj
$2 a Share ou Stocks
References! W national and atate l.auka
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PENDLETON OFFICE,
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GOLDEN RULE HOTEL
Corner Court and Johnson Streets,
Pendleton, Oregon.
M. F. Kolly, Proprlotor.
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HEATED HV STEAM
LIGHTED BY ELECTRICITV
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Free 'bus meets all trnlnsl
Commercial trade solicited
Fine sample room
SK?cial Attention (liven Country Trad
hOTEL
ST. GEORGE
CORNER MAIN AND WEBB STS.
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EleRantly Furnished
Steam Heated
Uuroptan Plan.
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Sample room In connection.
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KOOM RATE
6O0, 75c, $1.M
THE PORTLAND
PORTLAND. OREGON
American Plan. ) per day and apwai.
Ilcadquaitcis for tourist, sud coruuiticlal trav
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