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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1903.
Business Cards and Societies
PROFESSIONS AND TRADES, ALPHABETICALLY ARRANGED.
an, v g coi,i. opi'icb in judd
bultittuc Oltlre hours, 10 to 12 a, m., i
i to 0 p. in Telephone red oil.
i l. Mir.i,i:it. m. n., nnsi'AiN iilock,
treats nud correcta eye (troubles, catar
rhal enndltloiiH nud Impaired hearing.
Glrwae coireotly llttod for refractive or
ton. Telephone tnalu 1131.
IDRH. KM ITlf VIUNOO )FI'ICI1 OVUR
the I'eiidleton Shviibs lltnk. Telephone
80, reIOenre telephone mnlu .101.
n. 8. GAIII'IKM). M. D.. DOMKurATiiii.
phynlclan nnd surseon. Office In Juilil
tulldluir. Telephone, office, bluefc 7U i rea-
Dtl I). J." McFAULL. ROOM, 17 ASOCIA
tlnn block Telephone main 0.U ; real
deuce, blaek nil
on. t m nENUKKSoN. rnvsiciAN
and surgeon, Office In NnvlsKH Ilauk build
liK. Kooiu 1 oUicn phono M.ilu Mil, res. Main
OK I VNN K IlI.AKi:sr.nK, CHRONIC
anil nervoua diseases and diseases of
onjeu Judd building, corner Main nnd
Court St. Office 'phone mnln i-l i res
Ideui'e, red 273.
OR LUNA ALU'S llOO.Ni:. OSTUOl'ATII
Office 813 Thompson Btreet. House
pb iiic 111 301), nnd office 'phone ltluck
,)R E i KJUDY, I'HYSl'lI.XN AND S"Ii
eeon, Olllc in Judd Hulldliii: Room 15, OUIr.o
Phone lied U"l. Heddeuce l'liono Mnln 1 Ml.
Pendli ton Or nun.
DENTIST. OI'KICn IN
Phoue, red 71.
C A MANN, DENTIST, OITICE IN AH
oelatiou block, over Schmidt's new drug
tore Phone, red 271.
BANKS AND BROKERS,
I'lli. T NATIONAL RANK OF ATHENA,
urijrou Capital, f 30,onu ; nurplus nud
prollts, JU.riOO. Interest on time deposit,
jvnls In foreign nnd domestic exchange
lolleetlous promptly attended to. Henry
Adams, president, T. J Kirk, vice-president
!' t LeOrnw, cashier ; 1. M. Kemp,
1'HK FARMERS' HANK OF WESTON,
Weston. Oregon. Does a general bank
ing business. Exchange bought and Hold.
Collections promptly nttcuil.'d to. It. Jam
on, president, lieoige W. Proebsti'I,
lei president; J 11 Kllgorc. cashier; di
rectors l,. A Ilartmau, M M. Johns. T.
J Irlce. G l Cirnw. J. !' Kllgore, Rob
ert Jameson, Ci. XV I'roebstel.
l'UI PENDLETON SAVINGS RANK,
Pendleton, Oregon. Oi-gmilzed March 1,
!!) Capital. 1110,0(10 ; nurplus, JlllO,-
Exchange bought nnd sold on nil principal
points Special attention given to col
lections. V J Furnish, president i J. N.
Seal, vice-president ; T. J. Morris, cashier ;
J. XV Mnluticy, assistant cashier
ititit mierHsr niiowfu on nil nun: uvuunuo.
FIRST NATIONAL HANK OF PENDLE
ton Cnpltnl. $70,000; nonplus, $!ir,,0iiil;
Transacts a general bunking business. Ex
change and telegraphic transfers Bold on
Chicago, San Francisco. Ne.v York nnd
principal points In the Northwest, Drafts
drawn on China, Japan nud Europe. Makes
''Ollectlons on reasonable terms. Levi An
xeny, president; XV. F. Mntlocic. vice-president
, C II. XX'nde, cashier : II. F. Johnson,
ARCHITECTS AND BUILDERS.
e F HOXX'ARD, ARCHITECT AND SU
nerluteudeut : makes eomnletc and reli
able plans for buildings In tbc city ur coun-1
try liootu it J turn Dunning.
HHEEK c COLE. CONTRACTORS AND
builders EatlinntcK furnlslK-d on short
notice. Job work n specialty. Prompt
service Shop on llluff atteut near Main.
D A. MAY. CONTRACTOR AND ISU1LD-
er Intimates furnished on nil kinds
of masonry, cement walks. Htmie walls, etc.
Leave oidHis at East Oiegoalau ..trice.
TIlOl'T.XIAN. ARCIIITEr l' AND i
luiendeiit Room 1 ovei lloston .
DULLER. PLASI'i:i;i.N', AND CU
lug cemeiil wiiIIik n siieclaltv Eh-
tluwi fii (iirnlslied flee Work guaranteed
i.eav iinlei-i at Dudley & Zehuer's cigar
ton- Xlalii street. P. 0. box 101
BOOT AND SHOE REPAIRING.
L. ORUENinV.XLI). THE Ol.l) REL1ARLE
Shoeumker First-class repairing with
best materials. Shop lu rear of Dlndlugcr
xx'llsou & Co.
X STROHLE, DEALER IX SECV-.D-baud
goods, if there Is anything you
need lu new and second hand furniture. !
tnves. granite ware and crockery, call nud I
et his prices. No. a is Court street.
NEXV AND s7:C()ND UAND UoTlDK
bought aud sold ; pawn brokers ; money
dvanced 011 all kinds of articles. Waters
Sherry, props. 7112 Cottonwood -u-eot. ,
JONSORJAL :J,ARL0RS. j
RILLV KRASSIG. llARRElt HUOP AND
Rath rooms. Main Btreet, three doora
nortll of Uotol St. tleorge. Flmt-cla
I'A'prnvrf AAViTAipv iiti,!,,,,.
Despaln hlock. Court Btreet 1 beat work-
. , I , ' " wui IU XUU'
BOARD AND LODGING. "
the Lodging llouao at C ( anion Streut, 1
patr5n '8 wt" " K,n,Uo friend, ami I
HOTEL ALTA. CORNER AlJrl Tvn
Mill atreeu." IlcVd h" tb day or
week. Good table lot Riu t"M and 1
11.73 per weak. Pendleton Feed Yard hi I
conuecuon. B, Couiptou, i'rop.
XVI1UN YOU 00 TcTpiuit ROCK STOP
at the City Hotel. Good meal, and
lmt-clasa wooma. Special nttentlon given
to eommerelnl lrni.dl..n. . vuli. h.T!1" ,
tel. Pilot Rock, Ore. ,rH ' "' uuv j
atiipwi" iiMTi-r ,L.
proprietor ' "'' ,Il"on'
WHKN YOUR HUB I NESS TARES Villi "to
iiellx. .top at tho liolol I It-lix (food mell.
and good.ervlo-. B. 11 UlcliiiVd., pfop"etor
FraenaT "ordeKs. ' 1
DAMON LODQB, NO. A. MEETS EVERY
Monday evening In Secret Socleti iiiii
UDow block, ut Pendleton. 0?e t7R XV
Fletcher, K. It. H. ; XV. J. lieyea? C. C.
INSURANCE AND LAND BUSINESS
IIAKTMAK AI13TRACT COSII-ANY MAKES
reliable nbstrael" of title to nil lands In Uma
tilla oiiiity Loans on city and (arm prop
erty. I)uynnd ollalI kinds of teal 'utile.
Does a general brokeraeo business Pays (ax
es and makes Investment tor nonresidents.
Kolorenee. any bank In Pendleton.
O. A. IIAIITM AN, Frc. h. XV. HKLD.Seo.
0. A. HAKTMANJr., Vico Pres.
R. S. I1RYSON, ATTOKNKT AT LAW ;
Collections add Insurance. Office In E.
J. M. IICN'TIiKY REPRESENTS THE OM1KST
and most reliable llreainl accldont Insurance
coinpiinlcs. Office with Ilartmau Abstract Co.
JOHN IIAILRV, JR., II. S. LAND COM
mlssloner Specialty made of land Dllnps
nud proof: Insurance nnd collections. Of
lice In Judd buldlng, room l(i.
CABS AND CARRIAGES.
i'ITY CAR LINE. ERWIN RAKER, PROP
Telephone main 701. Office and waiting
room. Altu street, next to Snvlngs Hank
LIVERY AND FEED STABLES.
THE CITY I.IVERY HOARD AND SALE
Stnble. M. J. Carney, proprietor, for
nnu "uniouis rifii-K uimr.ieu lit reasuuauie
rates. StuMa IIS Alta Street.
WAN'flli-Nlcoly furnished rooms for house
keeping, fo children, Call or address 4' 1
VETERINARY SURGEON -Dr. I). C McNabb,
grmliiate of Unlveraiiy ot IVnn. Veterinary
nl Spcikano for ill yearn. (Mice nt lullmati'a
xirugaiore, rentnei u, uru., muiiu .unm im
MEN'S PtSOtvT.-YOIJ are invited Froe
reading room, xvhyno join nud not the iid
vnntugu of (rco bath, nso ol pnin'liiug bag nnd
niher niulpmcnts, including library and icivl
Ingroom Teruis.fl.Ou to join and tuc a mouth
FOR KVLE-110ILUR AND 4-HOllSE i'Ort'ER
vertical high speed engine. Also a 40-llght
Generator including all snitch board iustru
nients For particulars, call on or address
Fnno Kine, ItoxiW. Pendleton, Ore.
XVXI. F. YOIIKKA XXILL PAY PROMPT AT
tontlon to Kb sales and porting bills Cor.
lespoudeucc'sollcitod. CommUsion reasonable
1'. i). llox UnO. Pendleton
DIVORi K LAV'S-PETKK XVE'T; ADVICE
free; fees, leimn to Hiiit ; -A years' experience.
Office 609 Oarden St., Pendleton, Oregon.
IN POUNI):-altAY MARK, XVR1GHT IKHI
pounds, branded cu right hip aud on 1-lt,
i iiullun Mars,) lu yours old.
luy yearling branded 71 connected, weight
70 1 pounds.
Orny boiso, 10 ycarj old, branded "S P " loft
shoulder, 12'.0 p muds.
If nald tnlmnls me not claimed by the
owners or those e: tilled to the possession,
costs nnu expenses against mem paid, nnu
tin u taken nwuy wlthlu teu days fiom the
date hereof, then at " o'clock p. m. ot the
oigiiiu liny oi ticpiemncr. imi:i, ttie sain
nuimiils will he cold to the hlghc.it bidder,
ut public auction for rush, nt the city
pound, on the corner of Cottonwood nnd
Webb Btreets, In the City of I'eiidleton, tho
piocoeds ot Biicli Bale to be applied to the
nnrmnnt of such cohIs and expenses of mak
imiou August si), 190'.
XVM. BCIIFJIR. City Marshal
by the Fire Insurance Com
panies xve represent. Oui
companies stand first in the
ttltruord Ire I nsurunce Lo.f 12.25D.U7t
Alllunce AssuruUCo Co li!(,03U,9(iS
Loudon & Lliticaslllre Kile
lllKUriineu Uo S,&44,HV
.Nortll UrltHI) & iXlereuntile
Uoyal IiiHiirauce Co.
. 22,81)7,163 1
FRANK B. CLOPTON
800 MAIN STREET
Bar in connecti
Bet. Alta & Webb Sts.
In Center of Block.
F. X. Schempp
Farmers Custom Mill
Fred Walters, Proprietor
Capselty 150 barrels a day
Klotir oxcliangeil for wheat
alwnyH on haiul.
I If you want your houses rented or
your property sold.
J. C. Si'OOnemoki., 220 li. Court
Kill the Germ (hat is Destroying
the Hair Root
IS THE SCIENTIFIC REMEDY
THAT KILLS THESE
Vot Sali by DrUiSlsls. Price $1.03.
Cannot be secured by simply looking
Ihioutili txvo or three pairs at some
type and selecting those which seem
best. Such glasses may do more harm
than good. Perhaps cause permanent
Injury xvhere there xvas some tempor
ary trouble only.
OUR TESTS ARE MADE
with isclentlflc Instruments nnd are
Large Stock of Optical Goods
enables us to At all sights and Mil oc
enlists prescriptions promptly.
LET US FILL
wn miiBiiiiinwM iii 1 ami 1 iimmmii wiinimiiiii
We can supply you with
Building Material of all
descriptions and save
B 1; i Idin g paper lime
cement brick and sand.
Wood gutters for barns
md dxveliings a specialty .
I Oregon Lumber Yard
Alta St., Opp. Court House
This Is Pendleton Testimony and Will
If you should doubt the following
mid wish to Investigate, you haven't
to go to homo other slate In the Union
to provo It, It's not a long story pub
lished In Pendleton newspapers about
a resident of Kalamazoo, Mich, or
Tampa, FJa. Its about a resident of
Pendleton and gix'on In his own words.
No stronger proof can bo had.
H. A. Thompson, retired, who lives
011 Stonowall Jackson street, says:
"My kidneys troubled mo by spoils
for 10 years, and ut such times xyIUi a
steady dull aching across my back.
I used large quantities of various
kinds of medicines said Ui bo good
for It, but they never benefited mo
enough so that I could notlco It. Final
ly I got a box of noon's Kidney Pills
ut the Brock & McConias Co. drug
store nnd I found them to bo Just
xvhat I needed. They xvont right to
the spot and not only reliovcd my
backacho, but cured It permanently.
I will bo only too pleased to tell
others about the merits of this reme
dy." Kor sale by all dealers. Prico 50
cents per box. Fostor-Milburn Co.,
lluffalo, N. Y., solo agonts for the
Homember the name UOAN'S
and take no other,
NVANTKU VOUIl OltDKItH I'ort KN
Rinved rnrda, woddlng lnvltatlon, etc.!
lllfi fnirflvfr1 vlullln rflrlu lvlll, ,.1.,..
$1.G0; additional cnrd lu future, $1 per
nunureu. xue mi urejronias.
WEEK WAS RAINY
A FEW WET DAYS.
No Serious Results In Any Section
Harvesting Well Along Vegetables
and Fruit In Fine Condition Corn
Good rains fell during the first ot
tho weok In all sections of the state,
nnd last Saturday local rains occur
red in the Willamette valley and
coast counties. The rains were quite
heavy in tho eastern sections on tho
25th nnd 2fith, but, although they in
terfered xvith harvesting and thresh
ing, they did no matciial damage to
tho grain In shock, in the Wlllnm
etlo valley the rains nnd cloudy
xveathor caused an increase of lice
and mold In tho hop yards, but no
great amount of damage has yet oc
curred. Hop picking has commenced,
and It will become general this week,
Tho conditions noxv seem settled xvith
good prospects for at least two or
three (lays of clear and warm weather
which xvlll insure a good start in har
xesting the hop crop.
Wheat, oats and barley hax'o nearly
.i'! boon out, and threshing is well
rUai.rpd. Tho yields continue to
1 ; urn out satisfactory, nnd tho farmers
mi lmsy hauling the crop to the
! Potatoes, corn and other minor
1 rops are doing nlcoly. Stock is in
xcillent condition for tho season of
the year, and tho flow of milk in the
dally dlstircts Is exceptionally good.
The third crop of nlfalfa is being cut
xvltli ax'erage yields.
Apples and prunes continue to drop,
as usual at this season of the year,
but there is enough fruit left on the
trees to give largo yields of prunes,
and It Is believed a good crop of ap
ples will bo hnrrestcd. The prune
harvest will begin In about txvo
xvecks. Kvergrcen blackberries are
plentiful in the markets.
Columbia River Valley.
Wasco, Sherman comity, W. C.
Morehouse. Fore part of xveok rainy,
latter pari line; threshing xvell under
xvay; both spring and fall wheat
yielding xvell, and ns a general thing,
much better than expected before
Lexington. Morrow county, Kdwin
It. Beach. Wheat of good quality,
yield near txvo-thirds of the usual pro
duction; fruit crop good; not a large
yield of apples; potatoes not dried up
boforo the rains are doing well;
threshing Is well under way and the
hauling of xvheat to the depot is pro
Helix, Umatilla county, S. T. Isaac.
Harvesting nearly completed, only
a few lots remaining unthreshed;
fully one-half or tho crop is now in
the xvaiehouses; wheat and barley
giving good yields; the quallly of the
xvheat Is excellent; heavy showers
Tuesday and Wednesday, which great
ly improved condition of roads.
Adams. Umatilla county, C. S. Fer
guson Haln Wednesday, folloxved by
very xvarm weather; threshing pio
grossing; the rains did no damage of
consequence to xvheat; weeds start
ing on summer fallow.
McUv.'en, Baker county, .1. ).. Van
lis. (Jood rain first of week; haying
about all done, nx'cr.ige ciop of wild
hay; timothy extra good; stoci look
Ontario, Malheur county, A. L.
Sproul. Have had two days of rainy
weather, xvhlcli Is tho first slnco
spring, and was of great benefit to tho
crops; weather now cool, second crop
of alfalfa Is harvested, and Is n goou
crop; mill of all kinds generally
Clarno. Wheeler county, i.. II. Halo.
Haln during first of the week', lair
during the last part; thieshlng be
gun; grain is of a good quality and
very good yields.
Burns. Harney county, Mel. Fon
wlck. Ualn first nurt of week bene
fited gardens; hay has mostly been'
taken euro of; yield slightly below the
average; grain harvest Is well under
wny; about the usual crop: gardens
are up to tho average.
Deschutes, Crook county, John At
kinson. Rain fell during first part of
week; haying is from one-half to txvo
thirds done, with an average crop;
spring rye is not all cut; It xvus dam
aged very seriously by frost in July.
Grain Yield in Walla Walla and Co
itepoits l'rom aRents on grain In
Walla "xVnlla aud Uoluiubia couutiea
Indicate that former estimates are up
Iiroxlinately correct, BayB the Walla
Walla Union. Tho liarley yield In Co
lumbia county will average about 40
bushelB lier aero and xvheat from 35
to AH biiHhels per acre. About 80 per
cent of tho Columbia county crop In
barley. Tho hlsh prico at which tho
flrfet Bales xvere mndo has prevented
any further movement of tlilu cereal.
Wheat betxveen Walla Walla and
WaltBburg Is yielding about 30 to 3G
bushels anil from Walla Wai.u to
Pleasant View from I.. J. uuMii'ls
Koss has been In the ice business
in l'ondleton three years and lias al
ways sold tho best In tho ice Hue.
Ills motto lias been "No favorites,
treat all customers alike."
Ladles' half solos 40e. Teutsch's.
Mrs. Vincent Cole xvrlles:
I wish to cue'oie a tittle note Willi
my npom nnd let Jou know how much
I valuo Crcscont Unking Powder 1
conildcr It far superior to any other
kind I have ever uicd Rncloted cupon
tor Premium No 3 I remain
Mna X'lVKNt i'iilv
Would you llko It) know nil
about Crescent Baking Pow
der? Would you llko to provo
for yourself that food mndo
from It Is whiter, xvholosotnor
nnd lighter than that mnde
from any other?
Cnn you find anyone, not
prejudiced In favor of tho old
fashioned cream of tartar, who
will not give It unstinted
No then buy a can from
xour grocer, nnd you xvlll bo
one ot the thousands who aro
hourly adding to Its increas
ing consumption and popular
pound, J5 cunts,
Be-t25 cent Mosfl in tlio City
Private Dining Parlors
Elegant Furnished Rooms in
GUS LaFONTAINE, Prop.
(3 Main Stret't
Of liiHiirnuco in force
OREGON FIRE RELIEF
J. P. WALKER, city agent for
I Ref tiget&ted
Scluvaiz & Grcnlich, I'rojis
Wiiolc-siili anil retail dealers in
Ileef, Pork nud Mutton, Curul
Jlcats anil Sausages of all kinds.
007 Main Street, Phone 181
Tin Oregon Dally Journal can be
found on sale at Frazler's book store,
VAN DRAN BROS., Props.
The Best Hotel hi Pendleton
nnd as good ns any.
Tlu Ho. cl I'inilii'toii l i Hist
been refuted ami n 'r luJ
1 iroiiKliout Phone and lire
alarm connections xvith all rcio'iis
Baths 111 suites and single r.x .ns
Headquarters for Traveling Mmi
Commotlious Snmplo Rooms.
Rates $2 & $2.50
Special rtitt" by xvi'ek or mould
Prompt Dliiingrnoiii service
Bar aud billiard room in connection
Only Three Blocks from Depot
GOLDEN RUIJi HOTEL
Corner t?.! art nnd Johnson sVeeli,
M. F. Kolly, Proprietor.
HEATED ISY STEAM
LIGHTED KY ELECTIMCIT Y
Ainiii-leiiii I'liui, ruiH.i vr, iof','.(M)
Kiii'(ii'iiii I'liui. flOo, 7fie, 91.00
Mpeelnl 1'iiti.H liy xviiok or nuintli.
Free 'bus meets all trains'
Commercial trade solicited
Due sample room
Special Attention (iiven Country Trade
CORNER MAIN AND WEBB STS.
OfcO. DAIIVEAU, lrop.
European I Man.
Illock and a half from depot.
.Sample room In connection.
ROOM RATE - 50o, 75o, $1.0
Auicricau 1'Uii, j.cr day iul Umrd
Hwadquaittr for tourliU aud couiuicrcial tiav.
clcra Srdal ratca made lu riuilie and tivgU
geutleiiieii The inauaiituicnl will lr jlctKd
at all tiiiiri to allow roouia ami Ki.e pruct. A
mo.ttin TurUth athcilalililinientlii I hr hcUl,
II O nnxx'KkS, M.nayet
Conrad Platzoeder t
All kinds of Frehli
t Meats always on
t hand. Fine Dacon,
Hams and Sausage.
Prices as low as the lowest f
tm m m m mmw mm