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DAILY EAST OREQONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1903.
I lBsiness Cards
PROFESSIONS AND TRADES, ALPHABETICALLY ARRANGED.
. r riMB OFFICE IN JUDD
SBe 0o. 10 to 12
i- rTTrii M I) DnSl'AIN ULOCli.
.0. rW tolepbouemaln 301.
HJS OAUFIBI.D.". 5.. UgMSpPATniC
idcice. Wck ! - , . -
. . lanPI A
imT b!ck 11)1 !
$ .ST oPhi M. Ha. re.. .. j
ldm'e. ted 273. .
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, irion t)''Kon. r
t A TAHiluN. WJSTI8T. OFFICE IN
,1,1 budding I,"c- rcJ
, . l'lione, red Jil.
" VETERINARY" SURGEONS.
il L.t R-'JTV ll louMtlc mmis
n. it t: McNubb.
LU UISVKV 81 vetrrlnary
g '"''", ,,,,... at laUruaud
lin.ver.liy ol v "u.
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BANKS AND BROKERS.
t m NVTIDXAl. HANK or ATHENA.
. i i iii.Unl. sruMM'u : Hiirplua nnd
r,. Jil.no" lutereat o time deposit.
. ii M:.-li:n and domestic cxcfiane.
i roinntly attended to. Henry
,..., ,.'eideiit, T. J. Kirk, vice pre
, .s Lrwron, cashier; I M. Kemp,
TtiT" i ai:mi:ks' iiani; or webton.
i n, (.on Iea n general bank
.. i , me-. I.sclinime howht nnd sold
',., ',- p-omptly ntteniled to. It. Jam-iiriilu-ni
. tieorse W. Troebste ,
,1 e ..result' : J K. IUllfore. cOBUU-r : t -rt
lDr ii A Ilnrtmau. M. M. John-), f.
i i i , , D Ornw, J. I . Kllgore. liob
n Jauinon. U. W. l'ruebstcl.
rill. ITAViLETON' SAVINGS BANK.
.endlerou. Oreiron. Orgiinlzed March 1,
SiV i apual, Jlnu.OUO; aurpliis. f 100.
uim Interest allowrd on nil time deposltn.
Ex. tionge bought nud sold on all principal
points Special attention given to col
Vtlons J rmiilsh. president : J. N.
Nea, vice president ; T. J. Morris, cashier;
J V Malouey assistant cashier.
riilST NATIONAL HANK Ol' I'ENDLE
,ou Capital, JTO.OdU: surilus. J3,unu;
transa. W a general banking business I.x
:6angf and telegraphic trnnsferR sold on
:bl-nuo. hau Francisco. Now York and
principal points In the Northwest. Drafta
Irawn on China, Japan nud Europe Makes
collections on rensonnble terms. Levi An
tenj. president . W. V Matlock, vice-president
i' II. Wnile, cnshler; 11. 1'. Johnson,
ARCHITECTS AND BUILDERS.
f F HOWARD, Altt'HlTECT AND Su
perintendent , maki-n complete and rell
ole plan3 fur buildings In the city or coun
'ij Itoom 17 J mid liulldlug.
HHBCB. i COLE. CONTHACTOUS AND
builders Estlmatea furnished on Hhort
utlce Job work a apeclnlty. Prompt
rvkt Shop ou Hluff street near Malu.
D A MAY. CONTItACTOH AND ItDILD
er Estimates furnished on nil kinds
of masonry, cement walks, atone walls, etc.
Uare orders at East Oregonluu ufflce.
' K. TllOI'TMAN, ARCHITECT AND
Superintendent Itoom 7, uvcr Itoston
Store Pendleton, Oregon.
r y KELLEII. PLASTEItINO "AND CE
m'ntlng cement walks ft specialty. Es
timates furnished free. Work guaranteed.
Uae orders at lladley & Zcliner'a cigar
tore Main street. P. O. box 104.
t STIIOULE, DEALER IN HELn-.D
lisnd goods, If there is anything you
h1 In new and second hand furniture,
itoves. grnulte ware and crockery, call and
l Ii l.i prices No. 'JI'J Court street.
NEW AND SECOND-HAND GOODS
oonght arid sold ; pawn brokers ; money
''"'rt on nil kinds of nrtlcleB. Waters
liOTry props TM Cottouwood "ireet.
tlll.LV KRASSIO. HAKHER SHOP AND
i .,V5,s Main street, three doors
errlce U"to1 St' Ueort!- First-class
'AwP-T8. SANITARY HAItllEIt SHOP.
aunSo " lllc,ck Cout' street; beat work-
if .71? 1,1 modern Improvements;
oectlo? '"t"110'1 i " tooma In con
JARD AND LODGING.
"tht fJ-'lUNTINUTON HAS PORCH ABED
ne,T:.?ll?..lln"0 Rt C!0 Garden Street.
Mil I tALTA CORNER ALTA AND
week 'oKr!-. .f'oard by the day or
11.7'. im, 20llt,"ulB lut "ale :,-7S Hnd
onueJr,Lc'k-.. Pendleton Feed Yard In
-..vu, p, uonipton, Prop.
at tl,n,.(i0 T0 1'ILOT ROCK STOP
nrttla Pts lioM- a"'l eal !
to c,n.rl??ira?- HI,efll attention given
w.WSo!k,to"?,e"- M"- c- " ule-
A"y !,!oU0'Li,LFA1),N(l "OTEL IN THK
Pfoptlciur " t0 I'"'1"' ' MtUu".
W"eiix ,U?INK83 TAKES YOU TO
nd M, PVY ""'al , Helix Oood meal.
II. Richards, proprietor
HAKTMAN AilSTKACT COMPANY MAKES
r..ilni,l.. abstracts nl title to nil lands ill Uma.
tlllacjunty Loam on oily Mid (arm prop
orty. Iluystind toll all kind of real tutc.
Dons a cenoral broke raue busln'ss I'ays tax-
i-s and makes Investment lor nonresident.
Kelorenee, any hank In I'endlcton.
O A. llAftTWAN, Ire. L. W. HELD, Sec,
G. A. HAKTMAN Jr., Vice I'ros.
K, 8. ntlVSON, ATTORNEY AT LAW i
Collections sin iiBurauqi-. uiuit iu
J. M. I1EKTLEY REPRESENTS THE OLDEST
and most rename nro hihiuci-iuuui iiiuiiho
companies. OlMco with Hartman Abstract Co.
innv llAIt.KY. JR.. IT. S. LAND COM'
ml'ssloncr Specialty made of lnnd nilnn
nnd proor ; insurance uuu eiuivi-uuuo. uv
lice In .Indd bidding, room ID.
DAMON LODOK. NO. 4, MRETS KVEUY
Monday evening In Secret Society ball,
l.allotv block, nt I'endlpton, Ore. It. V
Fletcher. K- K. S . W. J Ki-ycs, C C.
CABS AND CARRIAGES.
rrrv ca line. EinviN iiAKEit, rrtop
Telephone main "Ul. Office nnd waiting
room. Alta ktrcet. ueit to Savings Hank
LIVERY AND FEED STABLES.
TriE CITY L1VEKY I10AI1D AND SALE
Stable. M. J. Cnruey, nroprletor, for
line turnouts Btock boarded nt reatonsble
rates. Stable lis Alta Ntro-1
' i K TEKP YARD. I! 9 Aura Uri-ft, It. II.
I "ration A' Son, Props Lurgccciut irtablo st i'K
nleuty of feed nud prop.T nitent on given
I liore.. Telephone Itod l '.Gl I.lvery in con
lyEVS Br'riOnT, YOD nre Invited Iree
I renitliifc room. Why no Join anil net the art .
. vaniuiteol lrc batb, use ol pun Miik bag and
! nilmr tqulpmouts, inrlcdi'm library and uart
I Itiirroom Terms, ?l.'w lojuin aud uc a month
FOlt SU.E-1IOILER ANMi l-HOUSE POWER
vertical high iwad ouglne Also a tO-llght
(ionerator lut-liidlng all suitcli board instru
iiientr For parttfulara, call on or address
Fbdo Kink, IloxRni. Pontlletoii, Oie
VVM F. YOH.VKA WILL l'AY PROMPT AT
tontlou to al sales u d posting bills Cor.
rrtspoiidcncesollc'.It-.l. Comuiinslon reasonable
i: vi. Kox ?.i6. Pendleton
DIVOIl S I.AWS-PETPR Wtt-IT: ADVICE
free; los, pj'uis to suit : 25 years' expurieuco.
Ofliet6WI Garden St., Pendleton, Oregon.
i AA) NUWSI'Al'BltS TO PUT UNDEll
carptts, on shelves, walls, or for wrap
ping purponeti. Old newspaper In large
burdleB of 3 00 wtcb nt 25 cento a bundle
at tin- EAST OIIHCJONIAN ottlce, I'eudU--on,
By the Fire Insurance Com
panies we represent. Oui
companies stand first in tlu
world. , ABMftB
Hiirtfurd "Ire Jnsuratice Co.f l-',2oi,07b
Alllauce A-tiratiee Co - 9.039,9b8
London & Laueusuire Flrt-
Instiratiee Co - - - - 2,514,13
North British & Mercantile
Koyal liwunince Co. .. 22.897.15P
FRANK B. CLOPTON
5J 500 MAIN STREET
Bar in connecti
Bet. Alta & Webb Sts.
In Center of Block.
F. X. Schempp
!ilIE (JIH-RV IIOTKI, Cleau
I lomfortaulo rooms from as
rents uo. Newly furnished
throughout. Uuocn Chop House
In connection. , Meals at all
hours Only white, help em
ployed. Olvo us a trial, v -.
Waier's Flouring Mills
Capacity, 15U barrols a day.
Flour exchangod for wheat.
Klour, Mill Feed, Chopped i-Ved,
etc , always on hand
THAT CLUSTERS AROUND
"Destroy the tauit. you remove
eradicates ihe germ, promotes the
erowth of the hair. For sale by all
druggists. Price $1.00. :
LET US FILL
We can supply you with
Building Material of all
descriptions and save
you money ,
B u i ldin ( paper lime
cement, brick and sand.
Wood gutters for barns
and dwellings a specialty.
Oregon Lumber Yard
Alta St., Cpp. Court House
STANDARD CROCERY Co
I We are the standatd for
J ijuahty in groceries and fruits
of all kinds. Prices .such as
will hoid your trad;. Ncne
J better at any price.
j Monopoli- Groouri- Court Strtc
Is the cause of more illscotnfort than
any other ailment. If you eat the
things that you want and that are
good for you, you are distressed. Ack
er's Dyspepsia Tablets will make
your digestion porfect and prevent
Dyspepsia and Its attendant disagree
able symptoms. You can eafely eat
anything, at any time, if you take one
of these tablets afterward. Sold by
all druggists under a positive guar
antee. 25 cts. Money refunded if
you are not sntisfied. Send to us for
a free sample. W. H. Hooker & Co.,
Buffalo, N. T.
ONE WAY OUT.
A Resident of Pendleton Shows the
Only one way to cure a bad back.
Liniments and plasters may relieve
'They wou't cure it.
Hackncho means sick kidneys.
Doan's Kidney Pills euro all kidney
Pendleton people prove this.
Head u ease of It:
Mrs. J. Brynk, who lives on Star
street, says; "Doan's Kidney Pills arc
a grand medicino, as I Know irom ex
perience, and I have no hesitation in
saying that any sufferer from back
ache or other kidney troubles who
will give them a fair trial, will bo more
than well satisfied with the results.
I suffered from threo or four years
with sharp pains in my back which
became aeuto when I attempted to
bend over, or to lift auythlng. Be
sides, I hud 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 tho Krock & McComas
Co. drug store. When I had used
three boxes tho backaoho had van
ished and with it tho rheumatic pains
through my arms."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents per box. Foster-Milburn Co.,
Buffalo, N. Y., solo agents for the
Remember the name DOAN'S
and take no other.
REGULAR REPORTS OF
BIRTHS AND DEATHS.
Delay Has Been Due to State Print
ers Failure to Get Out Blanks
Interesting Outline of provisions of
the New Law All Contagious and
Infectious Diseases Must All Be
For n long tlmo tho state board of
health has been held up In its efforts
to systematize the vital statistics of
tho state, by tho tardiness of tho
stato printer in getting out tho neces
sary nianKs lor tno uso or. too v"f
ctMnnc, nf ihn etntrt !n nt lost thnt
office has got tho blanks printed, nnd
some or mo county ouiciais navo re
ceived their share, so that tho work
will now go on as fast as the arrange
ments can bo made.
According to tho rules of tho stato
lnnnl nvnrv llirtli nnd evol'v llcath
must bo recorded by the doctor at
tending, Willi tno county iicaitn oui-
nnr- ri- 111.-, fnlllltv llllVsiplnll. That
ofriclnl must have all of ihe cases re
ported to him by tho fifth of tho
month following the occurrence, and
1m nmat 111 film fllo his TGIIOrt with
the stato hoard by tho tenth of tho
Wlmnnvnr n rdllM In lltim ill tllO
future, tho physician attending will
mal;o two reports ono original copy
and one carbon copy. Tho original
twi or.ni in thn i-onntv physician.
or In the absence of that amclal. to
the county judge. The enruon win in
oonf tn llm secretary of tho state
Imnnl nf lionltll 111 tills WBY tllO Sta
tiutixa -ni lm nnsiiv comm eu. mm
track can he kept of the vital statis
tic of the whole stato. In the case
of death the same ntle holds good.
By tho law it is In tho power of tho
county physic-inn to deputize any and
all persons following the undertaking
business and selling caskets, as dep
uty health ofllccrs, and It will be their
power in remote districts to issue
burial permits on the cortiticnte of
the doctor attending the case, or of
a house holder who Is familiar witli
the case. This Is done to .do away
with the inconvenience and delay that
would ensue if the parties had to
como to the county scat, or the resi
dence of the county physician, from
i.. nria nf ihn -niiutv in order
to obtain permission to bury a person
in case of death.
Another thing that will be watched
is thn importation of
contagious, or infectious disease into
the state by any common carnei mm
the railroads and steamship linos.
I)y tho rules of the law it is permissi
ble for tho health officer to detain
nnd quarantine any common carrier
.t.ot oimii imvp on board a case of
contagious disease, and to hold them
in quarantine until me uangur n i"i
disease has heeu passed. II can make
the carriers fumlgutu their vehicles,
and the expense will be borne by tho
The state boaul has been wuiting
on the state printer since the first of
May but now as the work has been
done no time will bo lost in getting
the machinery of the law into cneci.
Uv the first of the coming montn
It will be required of all doctors to
miiko full report to the county board
of health, consisting of the county
judge and the county physician, not
ing all cases of contagious illness,
and all births and deaths. It is also
part of the law that all marriages and
divorces aie to be noted at the same
time. The county board will then re
port to the stato board, and in tills
wav a complete record will he kept.
Tho blanks for this county came
several days ago, and the county
board Is now mulling to the doctors
of the county their share.
What Is Life?
In the last analysis nobody knows,
but we do know that It is under strict
law. Abuse tho law even slightly,
pain results. Iriegular living means
derangements of the organs, result
ing in constipation, headaeho or liver
trouble. Dr. King's Now Life P Us
quickly readjusts this. It's gentle,
yet thorough. Only 25c at Tullmiwi
& Co.'b drug store.
Farms for Sale.
We now have listed for sale homo
of the best wheat farms and stock
ranches in tho county. Tho stock
ranches can be sold either with or
without the stock. All tho places aro
well Imptoved and well supplied with
water. Also somo very desirable city
property, including new modern resi
dence ou nortli side of river. Call
and get prices.
UKNTI.KY & HARTMAN.
Don't undo the good your vacation
has done you by drinking poor wuter
or putting inferior Ico Into the hon
ed water. Ten cents worth of Ico per
day will supply an ordinary tumlly
witli plenty of drinking water. Ho
sure, though, that you get good ico.
Call up 'phono Main 1881 and get
pure distilled water Ice from tho
Ross lec Plant,
All persons Indebted to H. M.
Sloan, pleaso call and settle theh
accounts. Blacksmith shop corner
Cottonwood and Kast Alta.
I am prepared to givo Instructions
in tapestry, oil painting, water color,
pastel, and china decorating. Mrs.
Mollle Hamilton, SOU Court street.
0. W. I-nmmer, San Francisco.
A. S. Wntt, Tortland.
J. V. Morrow, Portland.
F. n. Clem, Now York.
Mrs E. L. Harnett, Athena.
A. Male Harnett, Tho Dalles.
A. R. Cohen, Victoria.
William Maher, Portland.
C. M. Smith. Portland.
S. K. Dodgo, Detroit.
H. Miller, Whitney.
J. 15. Desmond, Pittsburg.
William Hess, San Francisco.
O. II. Hotsford. Philadelphia.
J. W. Walte, city.
Theo Clentlsh, Spokane.
H. N. 'Stanflold. Ucho.
H. Ij. Stnnfield, Kcho.
K. Kcklnnd. Echo.
W. H. Drown. Kcho.
.1. W. Casoy. Portland.
I. 0. Staydon, Spokane.
M. Pockmnn, Dcnvor.
F. 13. Ramsey, Portland.
I. II. Lewis, Peudlolon.
F. A. Harcherd, San Francisco
II. 11. Stover, Chicago.
.1. H. Crossfluhl, Portland.
M. Johnson, Portland.
Will M. Peters. Athena.
C. C. Simpson, Portland.
G. W. Sutherland. Wnlla Walla.
It. II. Caston. Spokane.
W. D. Marks, Spokane.
J. F. Nylnndor, Portland.
II. M. Ogdon, Portland.
P. C. Holland, Portland.
W. F. Tumor.
Golden Rule Hotel
0. W. Kvaiis and wife, Spokane.
J. Hayes. Heppnor.
W. O. Payno and wife, Weimtcheo,
W. C. Lameron. Spokane.
.1. U. Helleque. Spokane.
X. A. Garrlty. Spokane,
Mrs. ,T. Stanton, jVthona.
Mrs. .1. Wood, Athena.
.1. C. Wood, Athena.
Mrs. Fairfield, Uhnlt.
C. N. Holcomb, Iloise.
Mr. Ramusseu, Milton.
H. Suhmltt. Athena.
(J. I). (.alley, Portland.
OVorjte Williams and wife, Pint
laud. 1C. Mcliae and wife, Ilellx.
Kmma Farlluger, Helix.
W. Hooker, Holix.
.lessle Thomas, Hells.
.1 H. llarrett, Helix,
r Pulton llllx
It. K. Dispell. Helix.
F. C. Killlan. l!eli..
II. Paul. Hells.
N. Wlroete. Helix.
W. H. Ferguson, Adams,
.1. M. Hays, Athena.
II. IJailey, Haker City.
Delia Casey, Spokane.
T. M. Quonson, Uklah.
Mrs. Donnel and daughter. Hty
Mrs. S. J. Terry, Itlverton.
Rose Terry, Hlvorton.
F. II. Prober, Portland.
11. S. Holllngsworth, Colfax.
W. A. Sauldlug. Itakor City.
M. Youngson, Hakor City.
F. H. Ileatlte, Weston.
J. Mills and wifo, Hoppuor.
Mrs. 0. W. Swaggart, Hoppuor.
Ceorge Itochlung. Heppuer.
C. Patfou, Heppnor.
,1. 11. Uarrett. Denver.
T. U. Ilrudley and wife, Denver.
Ij. F. llnson and family. Denver
I). W. Flslier, Portland.
A. :. I.undln. Spokano.
H. H. Klmwurf, (loldenilale.
A. C. Ilrackenborg. Tome.
L. C. Downer, Spokane.
13. A. Sclioltz and wife, Corning
Mrs. George Carmlchael, Weston.
F. C. Adklns, Heppuer.
Mrs. C. P. llarrett, l.oxlngton.
George C. Poitwood, Arlington.
A. Cresswell, city.
F. J. Gardner, Portland.
C. I,. linker, Condon.
Miss M. Ferguson. Condon
F. G. Schllke. La Grande
D. M. Grant;. I.u Grande
4.. t "l'
We kiep nothing but pure
nutuial ice, frozen from pure,
clear mountain water. It goes
farther and lasts longer than
artificial Jcp All wo ask is an
unprejudiced trial of our ice
Why not order a case of the
colobratod SehllU, A. II. C. or
Gambrlnus for your Sunday
'Ph. me ynir onier to Main
j : t
J bcliwai: & (Jrtn'ich, Props. J
J Wholesale and retail dealer in
- iieef. Pork and Mutton, Cured
J 11VU! !. J.lll.il.h'.- ' "
- ftl. ..it.- f.,,,1 CoilL'ltd'k llT fill tMlltlh. T
607 Main ."Street, l'lione ini.
Th Oregon Dally Journal can be
founa on sale at Frazler's book store.
VAN DRAN BROS., Props.
The Best Hotel in Pendleton
and as Rood as, any.
The Hotel IVndleton has just
(been refitted and refurnished
I throughout Phone .tnd fire
i alarm connections with all rooms.
Baths in suites and single rocms.
Hoadtiuurtors for Traveling Men
Commodious Siimplo Rooms.
Rates $2 & $2,50
Special rates by week or month
Prompt Dlnhigroom service.
Bar ami billiard room in eonnnction
Only Three Blocks from Depot
GOLDEN RULE HOTEL
Cornet Court and .lohn-on Streets,
M. F. Kolly, Proprietor.
HEATED KY STEArtl
LI0I1TED I5Y ELECTfllCITY
jMiiui'li-iiii l'lnii, rircrtl ','.1 ml?'.', 00
Kiii op.-iin Plan. ni)t. 7f.c, (f 1.011.,
iSpccliil i-nleH by wetiW in- inoiilli,
Pree 'bus meets all trains'
Coimiicrclal trade solicited
Hue sample rooms
Special Attention (liven Country Trade
CORNER MAIN AND WEBB STS.
GEO. DAftVLAU. Prop.
lilock and n half from depot.
Suiiiplf room In connection.
50o, 75o, $1.00
Aintiicaii Plan, J per day aud upwud
Headquarters for tourltta and commetilal ll
elers. hprclal tatf made to families aud iliifU
gentlemen. The luanasciutut will Ix plcsied
at all Hints to show rooms and give prices. A
modern Turkish bathtstahlUhmcntiii the hiUl.
If C liOWHKS. Manattt,
i Conrad Platzoeder
All kinds of Fresh
Meats always on
hand. Fine Uacon,
Hams and Sausage
Prices as lov as the lowest j