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PAtlV EAST MKGONIAN, PENDLETON, OfMEMN. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, IMC
PROFESSIONS AND TRADES,
r. o COLE. OFFICE IS JDD
PLSlnr; OKIce Lours, 10 to IS a. m,;
, , p. m Telephone rfOW .
TMi-ii t tv nt.npir
' 1 Ji'd correct"re troubled r.t;:
,rndltfon Sod Impaired hearing.
SSiue. rrt"r Ml tj? refr.ct.T. r-
"ors Telephone malnJ13t.
-, sMTH & ItlNOO. OFFICE OVER
r"& Pendleton "fnnks01Tclph0"
a,i residence telephone main 801.
- .uPPIEID M. D.t HOMEOPATHIC
B,SV..o and "ueon! Office In Judd
,oF:aCs Telephone, office, black 73; res.
tin e Mack '-
, - 1 McFAl'IX. HOOM 17 ASOCIA
a tiiocfc Telephoue main 1)31; reel.
t ii nnxonnsos. rnvsicu.N
larseon. OUIce In Saving Hank build
o 1 oSce phoue Main Mil, res. Slain
ss k iilakesi.ee, cnitoxic
nerrous diseases and dlaenaet or
Judd buHdlus. corner Main and
Sii Office 'phone main 721 ; rea
s ALLEN I1O0NE. OSTELFATH
S13 Thompson street. House
Led 303, and office 'phone Ulack
is t. K'UBY. PlIYSt''HS AND S K
,r.;u )isc m Judd HulUline Knom 15, Oflire
Hh.-1 i- l iJ.i. Keildouee i'noue Main iuu
j, - t an Or.-ou.
. vU'rtHA.V, DENTIST. OFFICE IN
. a t.ildlnp Thone. red 71.
r MANS DENTIST. OFFICE I.N AS
, la'lou block. over Schmidt's uew druc
, I'hone. red -71.
BANKS AND BROKERS.
r -. NATIONAL HANK OF ATHENA.
m on 'apital. f.vi,uuO: aurplus and
i 1 t ftj.iwo. Interest on time deposits.
Us i.i foreljn and domestic exchange,
j .fti.ms promptly attended to. Henry
.u.'-as. president; T. J. Kirk. Tlce pres
nj,ni i S LeUrow, cashier ; I. M. Kemp,
j i FAKUEliS' HANK OF WESTON,
vtss.on, u.'etron. Does a general hank
. su.mes Exchange bought and sold.
ullectKE promptly attended to. It. Jam-
moi, president. Oeotye W. I'roehstel,
ilceircstdent J It. Kllforel cashier; '.
n tots 1, A Uortman. M. M. Johns. T.
I ' . 0 I) Ornw, J. F. Kllgorc, llob-
r jim-soa. Ii. W I'roebstel.
rt tT-NourroN savings hans,
a!. oton. Oreson. Organized March 1,
capital, f lllil.llon : surplus. Jllt'i.
Interest allowed on all time deposits.
Exi-hanfe bought and sold on all principal
points. Special attention given to col
wtloas w J Furnish, president : J N.
N"e K-e president ; T. J Morris, caabler;
j Maloney assistant cashier.
fills NATIONAL IiANK OF FENDLE
.us 'aultal, 1711,000; surplus. $l)5.U0i);
rrrnJii.3 a general banking business. Ex
cha" aLd telegraphic transfers sold on
, "hlcaio. San rranclsco. New York and
vcf(n .pal points In the Northwest. Drafts
drawn on China, Japnn and Kuro;e. Makes
-otlcthins on reasonable terms. Levi An
eaj president; W. F Matlock. Tlce-pres-dent
i I! Wade, cashier; II. F. Johnson,
ARCHITECTS AND BUILDERS.
r F HOWARD, ARCHITECT AND su
perintendent; makes complete and reli
able titans for buildings In the city or coun
try Roum 17 Judd building.
HEEK & COLE. CONTRACTORS AND
snlldera Estimates furnished on abort
aotke Job work a specialty. I'rompt
wrtlcf. Shop on Itluff street near Main.
i A MAY. CONTRACTOR AND I1FILD
er Katlmates furnished on all klnda
( masoorr cement vinlka. atone walls, etc.
ceat uvr at F.ast Oregonlan office.
TliOl'TMAN. ARCHITECT AND
M ntenilent Routn 7 over Doston
Mors I'endletou, Oregun.
T H KELLER, I'LASTEIUNO AND CE
ui'Diln cement waits a specialty. a
fnrnlsbea free. Work guaranteed
.irders at, Radley i Zehuer's cigar
'.r Main street. 1' O. box 104.
STItOHLE, DEALER IN 8ECO..D
Uod goods, if there la anything you
a-nl In new and second band furniture,
lOTM. granite ware and crocker)', call and
t Ufa prices. No. 212 Court street.
NEIV AND SECOND-HAND GOODS
.""gM and sold; pawn brokers; money
'cS on all kinds of nrtlcles. Waters
8erry. props. 732 Cottonwood -o-eet.
J.T M'ASSIG. I1ARJJER SHOI' AND
rooms. Main street, three doors
lvl Hotel St. George. Klrst-class
,'rw?.T88'iN1TAKV BAitunn snoi.
mitSHi: b.',0:k! c'ourt "feet; best work
in ,x!2 " .,u modern Improvements ;
itl! ,leclUl1 hath rooms In con.
TgOARD AND LODGING.
MJ Sji-llfJIINOTON HA8 PURCHASED
Lw.t!?'111?,,".0116 6a Garden Street,
psln,"" v'" U Ku1 n ee her friends and
IRli .,ik7A CORNER ALT A AND
t oVS": .f0rd hy the day or
" lt u UW?. , Ke
eeuon 'bV r'"'!!e'ou Fs,J Vurd &
- - ' wuijima, rrop.
w u ev vr.ir.;
at th, ri.v",,lu.1 IWJT HOCK 8T01"
to coS,I??1n;- SlIl attention given
'!. WSiwlor"''' C- Ble"
r U,.L&AD,N0 "0TEL I" T,IE
P'oprleto, 10 "60 !"ar H.J" MlUen,
H "eRx..te.Bl'f,IS8 TAKM YO" TO
MoSdar'-SSSF- N.0' MEETS EVERV
UU D,,0!n'n,ei Seeret Society hall,
f I'trher K h I ,n,'on. Ore. U. W.
- K W- J. Keyea. C. C.
CABS AMl-T nr.". . '
TeY!ep:Aon.1'nSln S,WliUPA"". V?-I0?01-
Alii 5!t 7'' . 0(nc waiting
alkllng. t to Saving Bank
INSURANCE AND LAND BUSINESS
IIARTMAN AUSTKAfT COMIANY M.sKrJs
rt-UanlH attracts ot tttle In nl lanfls In Disc
tlllaount)- Loans on city nml (arm prop
erty. Uuysnnd mil-all kinds of iral ,tl .
Does a general broke race business Pays tax
ra and makes Investment lor nonresident.
Kciorencr, any tiaiik in rcndleton
O A. IlAltTvA.N, Prc. U V. HKl.D.Sec.
Q. AJllAKTMANJr.. Vice frcs.
n. s. r.nyso.x. ATTonxcr at law,
t-oiiccriuna aid trMirnnce. urace in t
J. M. UENTLEY REPRESENTS THE OLDEST
ann most rename nro nun accident insurance
companies. OlPce with Ilarlman Abstract To.
JOHN II A I LEY, Jit., V. S. LAND 0OM
mlssloner Specialty made of land flllnes
and proof: Insurance and collections. Of.
Hoc In Judd b u I il I n tr. room 10.
LIVERY AND FEED STABLES.
THE CITT LIVERY nOAHD AND SALE
Stable. M. J. Carney, proprietor, for
flue nr 'outs stock b-inr.ed at reatonsble
rates. Stable 118 Alia Mre-t
0. K FF KT YItI), i0 Aura Hreft. It. II.
I'atton AS.ut, I'r"ps Large.comf ftable Hi Is,
Elonty nl feel and proper uttrnt on given
nr-e-. Tcleiilione UoJ ISol. Llrory In con
FREE TO LADlKS-lUnds.uno Stick I'ln of
xnoltttp a"rt fxclliftivn denim! aUt-i valu
able B a tr Seer t. Se"d no money, s tinpiy
i.,n. bii.1 u.l ..a U ...lh.,n fcln.a..llu l!..
VETERI.NARY SOIiGEON fir I), O McNabb,
gnduateol Univcr.U) ol Ivnu Veterinary
nt Sinlcaue for Ui yean. utScc at luilmau
Drugstore, I'endlct -n, Ore., I'noue Main U7i.
MEN'S BEFOivT, YOJT are Invited Free
reading room. Uhyno Juln and kttt the ad.
vantage of free bath, use ot j.un -tdng bg and
niberquipmcuta includi'ig Ubraryand tai.
Inzrooin Ttrrai, tl.Ou lojoln and oicamonth
FOR SLLE-ROILEK AND 4 IIoKsE 1'OAhK
venltai biith rpecd engine Also a -10-light
Generator Including al switch board lnstru
ments For particulars, call on or adlreas
Frek Kike. Box 379, 1'cndletMi, Oro
WM. F. YOIINKA ILI, FAY WtOMPr AT
tention t al sales m d p'ltln; bills Cor
respondcncesoliclted. Commission reasonable
1. u. Box 2-6. FendiL-tou
DIVOR S I.AU'd-t'ElVK WE-T; ADVICE
free; fe-s, le-ms to wolt; ift Tears' experience.
Offi vfiiia Garden St . Fend oton. Ori-gim.
is POLD: ukai MAR, rtlilCiiT fti.i
pound-. brMnied en riltt bip ayd on I. it,
t n :lan M ira,) lit yesrs oM
llay yearling braudeJ M eonnect.'d, weight
Orav uu e, 10 years old, branded "N P " lelt
shoulder, a p u ids.
If said inlmala are not claimed by the
oncers or those e: tilled to the possession,
costs and expenses against them palu, and
ihtn taken away within ten days from the
date hereof, then nt 2 o'clock p. m. of the
cigutu uuv hi riieiQDer, rnu, iue sam
nhlmals will be sold to the Lichen bidder.
at public auction for cash, at th- city
pcund. on the corner of Cottonwood and
Heuo streets, in tne city oi I'enaieton. tue
proceeds ot such Bule to be applied to the
payment of sucn costs and expenses or max
Datod August 13. 180,1.
Wk. SCIIEKR. City Marshal
By the Fire Insurance. Com
panies we represent. Our
companies stand first in the
Hartford 'ire Insurance CaflS.Sof.OTb
Alliance Aiwurautv Co . ... 29,0i9,rHi3
London & Lancashire KIre
Insurance Uo 2,644,683
North BrltWi & Mcrcautllc
Royal Itisuratiw Co 22,607,168
FRANK B. CLOPTON
600 WAIN STREET
t Lodging House
Bar in connccti
Bet. AIta,& .Webb Sts.
In Center of Block.
F. X. Schempp
A POSITIVE CUBE
For Inflammation or OaUrrs
of the Bladder and DUeateil
Kkuua. Mo cm no ray.
Cars quickly sai t-erma-nently
the worst eaaea of
Cionorrti susd 4ile(
no matterof howloog aiasU.
log. Absolately narmlrss.
ttuM be drugtisis. rl
SI.WJ, or by tnalL postpaid.
11.00, Sboxa, 12.56.
the imuAvm ea,
Solo by F. W. Schmidt & Co.
LET US FILL
We can supply you with
Building Material of all
descriptions and save
B u i ldin g paper lime
cement brick and sand.
Wood gutters for barns
and dwellings a specialty.
Oregon Lumber Yard
Atta St., Opp. Court House
J-,.'iiii ii nim mi mi si m i
1 What HnVnn FnfV 1
II SIMfr rv SVM a MS III
Tell U3 what you eat and
we will tell you what
appetizing, high grade
groceries is what you
will find in our store at
pr.ces that you will, find
hard to beat.
DESPAIN & CLARK
SALE GROCERY AND
514-514 MAIN STREET
Phone Alain 1741
1.11EQUKKN' UOrEL Clean
couilortable looms from SA
ceuts up. Newly furnished
throughout. Qneen Chop Hou.r
In conreilb n. Meals at all
lou's. Only white help em
ployed. Give us a trial, v -.
We Don't Keep Everything
But we do keep a good big
stock of nice dry Flooring,
Celling, Rustic and Finish,
In ell grades. Also all kinds
of Dimension Lumber, In
cluding Lath and Shingles. .
Our stock of Doors, Win
dows, Moulding, Building
and Tar Paper and Apple
Boxes Is complete, and any
one In need of Lumbtr will
not be wrong In placing
their order with the : :
Gray's Harbor Com. Co.
Opp. W: & C. R. Depot
,.. tutu Ann unuci.
mais hiiu nuinfcin
Can Ela for unnatural
;.,.,Sr,S, Palcleas. and cot astnt
"or sent in plala vnivjsu
!r aiDrtM. rrsoatd. uf
llJJi, or lxill.t. t-'.Ti.
CUcaUr scut ws tusoaat.
Standard remedy tor Cleet,
Gonorrniea ana nunmaei rumvl
IN 48 HOURS. Cures Kla- tnUUI I
ns and Bladder Trouble.
FIRST SESSION NEXT
MONDAY AT DEADWOOD,
All the Mineral Producing Regions of
the United States Will Be Repre
sented Proposition to Have the In
dustry Represented In the Cablne
A Portland Man Is on the Execu
Deailwood, S. D., Sept, 5. Delegates
nro Already arriving In largo num
bers for tho mooting ot tlio American
Mining Congress, which is to begin
Its sessions lioro next Monday and
continue through the week. Indica
tions point to a largo attondancc
from Colorado, California. Aritonn,
Alabama, Tennessee, Illinois, Missou
ri, Iowa, Indiana, Pennsylvania,
Michigan, Montaua, Idaho and num
erous other slates. Judging from tho
preparations matlo and the largo num
ber of oarly arrivals tho fcss'.oii will
bo a memorable one. It Is tho first
time that tho congress has bee-i hon
ored by the official recognition of tho
president of tho United Stites. who is
to bo represented by I-cslio XI. Shaw,
secretary of tho treasury,
Tho session is to last six t'nys. and
tho delegates and their friend?, also,
will enjoy several outings that have
been arranged for them. Tho speak
ers Includo such men as Dr. J. D. Hol
mes, E. W. Parker and Qeorgo R.
Roberts, of Washington. D. C; Frank
lin II. Cnrpenter, of Denver, and Rep
resentative C. IS. Van Duzer, of Ne
vada. Mr, Shaw will speak on "Tho
Mining Industry and Its Relation to
American Finances." Henco tnero is
no doubt that tho technical part ot
the program will bo Interesting. Just
what particular question 'will engage
the uppermost nttentlon ot the con
gress at this session will 'lot be
known until tho congress convenes.
It is very probable, however, that
tho all-absorbing topic will have to
do with, securing for the mining
Industry ot the United States repre
sentation in tho cabinet ot tho presi
dent. Tuo fact that Secretary Shaw
will attend tho congress will no doubt
accentuate, tho discussion of this
question, which for tho past year has
been agitated by members of tho con
gress above nil other matters.
Whether tho extra-lateral right issuo
-will be taken up again as It was at
Butte last year remains to no seen.
The coming session will mark mo
sixth annual meeting of this organiz
ation. Tho congress has been in ex
istence nearly 10 years, though at Its
beginning meetings were held nt Ir
regular Intervals. Last year tne con
vention was held at Butto, and It was
voted a big success by all who at
tended. This was due in a measure
to tho fact that tho bosslon was held
at a real live mining camp, which
added considerable Interest to tho
deliberations of tho body.
The officers or the congress who
were elected last year are: President,
J. H. Richards, IJoiso, Idaho; first
vice-president, S. Russell, Deailwood,
S. D.; second vice-president, K. R.
Iluckley, Rolla, Mo.; third vice-president.
Thomas Ewlng. Los Angeles.
These, with Irwin Mahon, secretary,
of Carlisle, Pa., Charles W. Coodale,
of Hutte, Colonel John T. Orayson, of
Portland, Ore., W. U Kendall, of
Cleveland, and I.. K. Armstrong, of
Snokane. constitute the executive
Exposition by Manufacturers and
Merchants of Portland, September
15 to 18, Under Auspices or Mult
nomah Athletic Club.
For tho above occasion the O. R, &
N. makes a rate of JIO.SO lor tho
round trip. Dates of sale, September
15, 18, 22, 25, 1303. Ticket limited
to continuous passago and final ro
turning limit seven days from dato of
sale, Tho ticket will also Jinvo ono
column good for one admission to the
carnival exposition. For lurtuer pur
tlculars, cal Ion or address F. V.
Annual Convention Concatenated Or
der Hoo Hoo, Portland, Ore., 8ep
tember 6, 1903.
For tho above occasion O. it. & N.
makes a ono and ono-thtrd faro rate
to Portland on the certificate plan.
Tickets on sale tlirco days prior to
opening day. For further partlcu
Jars call on or address F, F Warns
ley. agent 0. it. & N.
V. O. W, Notice.
Members of Pendleton Camp No.
41, W. O. W,, are earnestly requested
to attend camp on Saturday evening,
September Stb, as business ot im
portance will come up for discussion.
Refreshment will be served, Como
out ono and nil.
J. II. Lawrey, Consul Commander;
J. E. Bean. Clerk.
Ducklen'a Arnica Salve,
Has a world-wide fame for marvel
ous cures. It surpasses any other
salve, lotion, ointment or balm for
cuts, corns, burns, bolls, sores, fel
ons, ulcers, tetter, salt rheum, fever
sores, chapped hands, skin eruptions;
Infallible for piles. Cure guaranteed.
Only 25 cents at Tallman & Co.'s,
Ross lias been In the Ico business
In Pendleton three years and has al
ways sold tho best In tho Ico lino.
His motto has been "No favorites,
treat all customers aliko."
TRANSPORTATION LINK. ,
and union Pacific
Two Trains to the East Daily
TlitouKtil'ullmsn standard and Tourist sleep
tng cars dally to Omaha, Chtrairol tonrUi
sleeping car nally to Kansas CI y threugl
Pullman tourist slecrlnir rats peisonally con
ducted) weekly to Ohlcano, Kansas city, re-
cllnlne rha'rcwrs f.i tr e, to the Ksslitally
Portland (special No. 1
KM) a in.
Chicago special No. 3
till) p ui
Mall and Express .No.J
Mall and F-prcil No, 6
ivu a m
ii lied Train No. i
Walla Walla llranch
Mixed Train No. 12
6 AX) p m
Ocean and River Schedule!
All sailing date: sub
ject to chauae.
For Ban Pranclco
4 ID p. in
To Astoria ind Way
( S p. m.
10 .10 p. in,
Boats leave Portland dally, except snnds)
stast t water permuting) lor lllamelto au
Vamlilll Hirer points.
7Md a. rr.
Klparla to Lewlston
K, F. WAM8LKY, Agent, Pendleton
Chicago, St Paul, St. Louis, Kan
sas City, St. Joseph, Omaha and
All Points East and South
Cortland and point
on tne Sound
Arrive at Pendleton Monday, Wednes
day and Friday, 1.45 p. m. Tues
day, Thursday and Saturday, IMS
Leave Pendleton, 7 p. m.
Lcayo Wal'a Walla dallr,east bound. ll:ul p. m
Arrive Walla Walladally.-eest bound, 10:IW. m
For Information regarding rates and accom
modations, cull on or address
W. DUI8. Agent
6. B. OAI.tlF.IlMEAO, 0. P. A ,
Walla Walta, Washington.
We keep nothing hut pure
natural Ice, frozen from puro,
clear mountain water. It gooB
farther and lasts longer than
artificial Ico. All wo nsk is an
unprejudiced trial of our Ico,
Why not order a caso of tho
celebrated Hchlltz, A. II. C. or
Cainhrlnus for your Huntlay
'Phono your order to Main
Ref igeated f
Scliwaiz & Grenlich, Props.
Wholesale unci retail dealers in
Jk-cf, pork and Mutton, Cured
J Meats ami SauRages of nil kinds.
2 607 Main Street, Phone 1H1.
Th Oregon Dally Journal can be
found on tale at Frailer book store,
VAN DRAN BROS., Props.
The Best Hotel in Pendletoa
and as good as any.
The Hotel Pendleton has just
been rt fitted nml refurnished
throughout. Photic and firo
alarm connections with all rooms.
Baths in suites and single rocms.
Headquarters for Traveling Men j
Commodious Sample Rooms,
Rates $2 & $2,50.
Special rates by wee-Is or month
l'lonipt Dltilugroom service, j
liar and billiard room in connection
Only Three Blocks from Depot j
Corner Court and Johnon Streets,
Pcndlolon, Oregon. j
M. F. Kolly, Proprlotor.
itr -t' . to
HliATED ItY STF.AA
LIOIITEI) UY ELECTIHCITy
Aiiierlenii t'liiu, rii'i1fl 'ift Io'j,imi
Kiii-iipeim IMiiii. ,'illu, 7.1o, 9I.OO.
Hiifulal iiitiM liy wtHiU or mouth,
f:rce 'bus meets all trains
Commercial trade solicited
Pine sample rooms
Special Attention Given Country Trade
CORNER MAIN AND WEBB STS.
GEO. DAflVEAU, Prop.
Mock and a half from depots
Sample room In connection.
50o, 75o, $1.04
American I'Ua, j tr day auu upwsl.
lltadquaiters for tourists and coniuicrclal lit,
tiers. Hneclal ratca made to fauilllta aud alngl
Kentltmcn, Ilia niaiiaxcmtut will be jiltsM
at all times to show rooms and iUt prices. A
modern Turkish balhestalillshiuentln Hit nttsa,
II C ROWKKH, Manatsr,
All kinds of Frcsli Z
Meats always oi
hand. Fin.o Hacon, ,
I lams and Sausage. j
Prices as low as the lowest