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PAILY EAST OHEGOWIAN, PCNOCETOH, OKEAOM. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1903
Business Cards and Societies
PROFESSIONS AND TRADES, ALPHABETICALLY ARRANGED.
ii- n r-nr.E.
OFFICE IN 1VDD
1 'LiMinc. ' OtTite hours, 10 to 12
, t; o p. m. Telephone red 371.
...,rru vi n nRSI'AIN I1LOCK,
' t'tl.nd correct, eye troubles. catar
conditions nd Impaired hearing.
StU correctly fitted for refractive er
tori Telephone main 1131.
nRS SUITn niNOO. OFFICII OVER
DRJ, rendleion SvuK Bank. Telephone
to; residence telephone main aui.
H"V"oXnFIELD, M. D., HOMEOPATHIC
B .lcln and aurseon once In Judd
landing Telephone, office, black 73; rea
lieice, Hack 24.
OR D. J. McfAOLL. nOOM 17 ASOCIA-
tlon block. Telepnone mam aot , .-
Irtice, black 1C1.
DR T U. nENDEKSON, rnTSICIAN
,nd .ureeon. Office In Savings Bank build
ini r. om 1 office phoue Main 1411, rea. MbIii
OR. LYNN K RLAKESLEE CHRONIC
and nervou. diseases and dl.eaaei of
.omen. Judd building, corner Main and
'oort SU. Office 'phone main .21 i rea
Idtn e. red 273.
nu : FNa" ALLENIIOONE. OSTEOPATH
)"' e 813 Thompson Btreet. House
r ac Red 303, and office 'phone Black
KIRBY, PHYSICIAN A.S'l) S"K
i mice In Judd liulUlIng Room 15, offlre
It -d 1211, Residence ptioue Main 1421.
C A VAUGHAN, DENTIST, OFFICE IN
Judd building. 'Phone, red 71.
L A ii ANN, DENTIST, OFFICE IN AS
i latlon block, over Schmidt's new drug
irre "Phone, red 271.
i ilIKI.-TIL GRADUATE OK Tilt
i:ou otcruiiry College. EJcnbursh, tioot
aud Lie governnieut etemary lntpector
lor Yale district H C All domestic animals
B,iit nu Kol.-ntllW nrinclDHls. Office at
roonie stable. Main street, opposite Hotel
l'endletou Residence phone Main 1311.
v ' -H-J'tVAia srnoKO.V. -Dr. D. f McVabb,
graduate of I nlver.lty ol J'eun. V eterinary
oi Hiwtaue for 1U years. Office at lu lmau'e
drill More, Peudletju, Ore., Phono -Main 11.1.
BANKS AND BROKERS.
, n T NATIONAL BANK OF ATHENA.
I - a Capital, J5U.0U0 ; surplus and
r (il.OOO Interest on time deposlta.
iu foreign nnd domestic exchange.
;ijds promptly attended to. Iienry
-dams, president; T. J. Ulrk, vlce-pres-
ia"Tl t n L.evjruw, cusuier , i. ja. nemp,
Il rARMERS' BANK OF WESTON,
V rtju. Oregon Does a general bank
iCK tusiuess Exchange bought and sold.
if inns promptly attended to. R, Jam
fi90 fesldent; George V. Proebstel,
flft i mldeut i J R. Kligore, cashier ; CI
rtc u A Hartman. M. M. Johns. T.
1 - ii D Urniv, J. F Kligore, Rob
ir Jameson, O V Proebstel.
rUI. PLNULETON RAVINGS BANK,
Pforjletun. Oregon. Organized March 1,
mii. Capital. fl(M),(iu: surplus, $101),
1'J Interest allowed un all time dennslrji.
Exrbsnge bought and sold on all principal
vmiuu, niiwiui uiieiuiuu given 10 coi'
Ittlons W J. Furnish, president: J. N
Nm) vice-president: T J. Morris, cashier:
i Jiaioaey, assistant casnier.
riUST NATIONAL bank" OF PENDLE
ton Capital, 70.0(I0: surplus, lU.l.lidO;
vraasMts a general banklug business. Ex-
:ir 4na telegraphic trunsfers sold on
' Dlfazo. San Francisco. New Vnrlr mil
wrlnnail points In the Northwest. Draft!
Hmwb on China, Japan nnd Europe. Makes
caliectlons ou reasonable terms. Levi An
?nj president: W F Matlock. vlce-nrM.
aue, casnier; u. f . jounson,
ARCHITECTS AND BUILDERS.
perlnttndent , makes complete und rell
ole clans for bulliiinm in ti,.. ..i. n.
Kllt-l'f i. r.... .
DuiKKri Lstlmates furnished on short
Shop on Bluff street uear Main.
'- "A.l; CONTRACTOR AND BUILD
pU,.n"ftlmate' 'nrnlshed on all kinds
atASOOrv. cempnr wntlru u..na .nii-
- -a .uafc ureKonian omce.
TIIOPTMA V .1 lieitWflvr ,v.n
KELI.n HI AUTIilllk'A a .'r r...
M,n,ift, .ii.w I. in V, AAU V. 1.-
m.... t-. iiuiii. n. niiiL-iaiiv. ijM-
.... ."Huea tree. Work guaranteed.
rt iiaii cv x. 'yni...nM.u ..t..
- -.wt i-. u. DOX JU4,
Kooda. if thlro u i
vt' ware anri crttrierv r.. n Ann .
bcht .Vi . ?J'CO.ND-IIAND GOODS
tii r," 14 pawn brokers; money I
Ptoti. 730 c0att onwSrt K2? ,
lpalo block A?. . "ARUER 8IIOP,
all th m,j lre?l! Det wl
urlliili f"?1eJP Improremenu ;
BOARD AND LODGING.
ir r .... .
- Mw imum diiu
K:r w.i. "t Rati.il H i!
o. L,,.h,.. iru in
Yfllt nr, "
. &'!'' travel"11 B'T?
- u, ore. ' Ue
ILi llfiM,. I
tlttor, P"rday II, p viii.'ii
tlierviie. b " ?' ' Hlx. Good meals
JAMES A. l'Kn, LAW OFFICE IN JUDD
tlAILEY & I.OWEI.I., ATTOHNEVS AT
law. Ofllcc In Dcspaln block.
RAIiLERAY & MCCOUIIT. LAWYERS. AS
CARTER & HALEY. ATTORNEY'S AT
Ian. OlOcc in Saving Rank building.
HENRY J. REAN, ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Apsoclatlon block, Pendleton, Oregon.
It. J. SLATER, ATTORNEY.
E. D. BOYD, ATTORNEY AT LAW.
L. B. REEDER. ATTORNEY
N. BERKELEY, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Ouire In Savings ISnnk building.
II. E. COLLIER, LAWYER, OFFICE
Rooms 7 and 8, Association building.
STIM.MAN & 1'inncn. attoisniiys at;
.ur. niuimuu iras ut'L-n uu umi en 10
practice In United States patent offices
and nmkes n specialty 31 l'atent Law,
I! noma 10, 11, 12 and 13. Association
INSURANCE AND LAND BUSINESS
IIARTMAN AIISTRACT COMPANY MaKKS
reliable abstracts 01 title to an lands in l ma
tlllacjuiity Loans on city and farm pro
crty. lluysuud tolls all Muds of real 'state.
Does a general brokerace business Pays tax
es and makes Investments tor nonresidents.
Reference, any bank in Pendleton.
U A. HAKTVAN, Pre L. W. HKl I). Sec.
O. A. HARTMAN Jr., Vlcn Prc
J. M. IIENTLEY REPRESENTS 1 HE oLllhsl'
and most reliable fire and accident insurance
companies. Ofliee with Hartman Abstract Co.
JOHN IIAILEY, JR., D. S. LAND Com
missioner Specialty made of land filings
and proof : Insurance and collections. Of
fice In Judd buldlng, room 10.
DAMON LODGE, NO. 4, MEETS EVERY
Monday evening In Secret Society hall,
l.aDow block, at Pendleton, Ore. R. V
Fletcher. K. It H : V J. Keyes. C. C.
CABS AND CARRIAGES.
CITY CAR LINE, ERWIN RAKER, PROP
Telephone main 7U1 Office and' waiting
room. Alta street, next to Savings Bank
LIVERY AND FEED STABLES.
THE CITY LIVERY BOARD AND SALE
Stable. M. J Carney, proprietor, for
flue turnouts (stock boaruea at reasonable
rates, Stable lis Alta Street.
O. K. FERIi YARD, liH Aura Hreet. It. II
Patton & Son, Props Large.comfortable stall!,,
plenty of feed and proper attent'on given
norse. Tclenhona Rod rial
uvery in con
MEN'S KESOn.T, YOU are invited Free
reaaing mora, wtiynot loin and gettnead.
vantaeo of free bath, use of TmiiMilm. tmi. miri
other equipments. Including library and read
lug room Terms, Jl.Uu tojoln and .Oc a month
DRESSMAK1NO-I am prepared to do dresf-
umKiiiE aim sewinc ut nil Kiuas uooa uorK
Satisfaction guanintcod. Mrs. P D. Mann,
MM Jane street
FOR SALE BOILER AND 1-iIOKs-K POrtKR
vertical high speed engine Also a to-light
Gouerator Including nil switch board liistru
rnents For particulars, call on or address
Frkd Kine. Box 379, Peudleton, Ore.
WM. F. YOHNKA WILL PAY P BO M PI' AT
tentloi, to all sales and posting bills, for
revpondcure solicited. Commission reasonable
P. u. Box !;. Pendleton
DIVOKCX LAWS pET KR WEST; ADVICE
f reo : fees, tortus to suit : 25 Tears' eytinrlAiii-a.
Oflicetioa Garden St., Pendielon, Oregon.
WANTED ADVERTISERS TO MAKE USE
of these classified columns. If vou have
something you have no use for, offer to
trade It for something that some other
body may have and have no use for, some
thing that yott may need In your business.
Ynu may have an extra horse that you
may wish to trade for a cow or a vehicle.
Scmebody may have the cow and vehicle
and want th) horse. 1.1c or 25c want ad
will rrobably (i0 tue i,u9inP9i
Proposals for Fire Department Sup
Sealed nronoials for tho furul.liinir nf Klevn
Hundred Feet of Standard Sire Firu Hose, Five
rir- uoi cs anu i weive rire jiircnes lor ttie use
of the Fire epsrtment ol the city of Pendleton
win ie recciveu at me uny Kecorner s otuce lu
the city of Pendleton until 5 o'clock p. m.,
October 6. 190:;. the proposals to state kind.
quality and price uf articles proposed to be
furnished Said bids to be opened at the
regular meeting of tbo council of the city ol
l'endletou lo be held uu October C, l'MI, at 7:10
o'clock p. m. The council rest rve th right to
nccept the bins tenrterkju eith.-r tor tbo whole
.i i..i. ' . . " l . r
muvuu iuib i.iu uv ii rrDiumucr s u ini't.
rCCTC a I r a rc
By the Fire Insurance Com
panies we represent. Oui
companies stand first in the
Hartford Fire Iiinuntuue Co.f 12,269,07b
Alliance Assurance Co 29,039,908
London & Lanc&HUlre Fire
Insurance Co 2,544,688
North British A Mercantile
Royal Insurant Co 22,897,168
FRANK B. CLOPTON
800 MAIN STREET
the chief adjunct
of beauty, 19 now
placed within the
reach of evervono
by means of Newbro's nerplclile. n
new scientific discovery that elfeo
tually destroys the microbes responsi
ble for all scalp dii-e.ise.
It not only makes dandruff and fall
ing hair things of the raft, but lnvig
orates tho hair roots, causing a soft,
thick growth to surpiant the old thin
and brittle one. Here is what one
happy unman says:
l'mursiirRO, Mont., Nor. CO, D3.
Myhiurwancoinltif put very rapidly, and
ilurcs was eMlrviy IwUUaml calUns on
enr physician lie Kmnelr recommendM
Ilcrpirnletoin, ond after itirw or fouran
I'llcntltnu mv liair stonm-d I.1IU111. and 1
ruining in nealn quite thick. 1 usiil to Iv
tumbled Willi dnntfriifT. of lilrh 1 am cnrpri .
soyotisee 1 have ennui to praise Newtiro'
For Sate at all f ir.i-Clasi Drug Stores, j
We Don't Keep Everything
But we do keep a good big
stock of nice dry Flooring,
Celling, Rustic and Finish,
In all grades. Also all kinds
of Dimension Lumber, In
eluding 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. K. Depot
IIEQUKEN HOTEL. Clean
comfortable rooms from J.i
cents un. NhwIv fnrnlh..rl
throughout. Queen Chop House
In c luneL'tlon. Meals at all
hours Only white help cm
ployed. Give us a trial. -.- -.-
LET US FILL
We can supply you with
Building Material of all
descriptions and save
B u i Idin g paper lime
cement, brick and sand.
Wood gutters for barns
and dwellings a specialty.
Oregon Lumber Yard
Alta St., Opp. Court House
It is Coming Rapidly In Pendleton.
Uvldeuqo on tho following subject
will prove of Interest to every Ten
dlcton render. So many people go
through the same experience dally.
This public statement should be proof
posltivo to every wavering doubter.
Head it carefully.
Mrs. C. C. Hendr1. i, wife of C. C,
Hendricks, Insurance agent living at
408 West Court street, says: "When
I flrbt heard of Doan's Kidney Pills
I had been suffering for over a year
with pains in my loins and baric and
with it weakness of tho kidneys, and
I therefore decided at once to try the
pills. I got a box at the Brock & Mc
Comas Co. drug store. Now I don't
want to say that they have entirely
cured me, ior tho trouble may return
somo time In tho future, but they en
tirely rollovod me tho backache and
up to this time I have had no return
of the trouble. Only tho other oay I
told a lady friend who Is suffering
from kidney trouble to try them and j
have recommended them to others. 1 1
shall continue to do so."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents per box. Koster-Mllburn Co.,
Buffalo, N. Y., solo agents for tho
Hemember the name DOAN'S
take no other.
THE MEADOW OECHID
WHY THE RUSSIAN PEOPLE CALL 17
"THE CUCKOO'S TEARS."
A L,CKrnfl r tho I. nnil of the Canta
Thnt Krni- With Miiulc l.oif nml
ltnpiilnrx nml One Itemill of tho
l'ntnl lViiiliilnc. Toimne.
One warm Sunday afternoon the vil
lage maidens sisscmbled to bathe In the
river. They took olT their kerchiefs and
their corouet headdresses, seated them
selves on the bunk to cool off anil be
gan to gossip. One nmlilcn alone Mt
silent, I'rosjii, un orphan, poor, but
beautiful, with fair s,kln ami eyes as
blue as the gemlan, which the Rus
sians cull "the lllght of the falcon." So
the other girls began to tease her;
"Have you no dcnily beloved friend,
rroslnya? Who Is he, whore is he? Is
he handsome, is lie rich?"
"Where should n poor girl gol a rich
and handsome young lover? Yonder
adder Is my husband."
No sooner had she said this than all
the niiilileiis cried, with one accord.
"The udder!" and took to their heeN.
And upon iier kerchief, which Pnxja
had thrown upon the grass, behold, a
huge black adder lay colled. She cried
out in fear. Hut the ndder beat its tall
upon the ground and was transformed
into n wonderfully handsome joung
man. There he stood before her, with
a golden cup upon his (lowing curls, his
eyes Hashing lire, and honeyed words
fell from his lips. And he said to her:
"Did you mean It when you declared
that you were ready to marry the ad
der?" She know not what reply to make,
but ga7.ed at him and thought to her
self, "Whence came such a wise mid
handsome youth?" And he, divining j
her thoughts, replied to them, "1 tun no
common man, but the czar of the wa
ters, and my empire Is close at hand in
n deep pool on golden sands."
And he lead In her eyes thnt she con
sented to go with him. Then he grasp
ed her with his powerful hand, and to
gether they sank down into the deep
realm ol'lhe waters.
Great was Frosja's happiness. She
could not bcliee in It. He was so
good, so wise: she had never seen such
people, and there Is none such any
where as the czar of the waters, lint
Krosyn was foolish. Seven years did
she dwell with tilm In the deep pool lu
his palace of crystal, and the seven
years passed as one day, and there
need not have been any end to her
bliss. A girl and a boy had been born
to them. Then, all at once, without any
cause, she became sad, longed for the
earth, to behold her native hamlet ami
her friends once more. So he let her
go, with the children, for three days
after having evicted a promise that
neither she nor the children, either by
word or by hint, should reveal the
name of her husband or where she
ihed. And nil this she promised, with
fearful oaths. Then her husband es
corteil her to tho dam. At the end of
three days she was to come to the same
spot and cry "Cuckoo!" thrice, where
upon he would swim at once to meet
She kept her oath, but her friends
coaxed and iiuestioned the children
Tho boy to all ijuerles replied simply,
"I don't know." Hut the girl told ev
erythlug. This was nil the envious gos
sips wanted. They ran and told nil to
their husbands nml brothers, who im
mediately run to tho dam ami uttered
the magic words. And when the czar
appeared they beat ilin to Uca.Ui. Hut
before he died he contrived lo say to
Frosyu: "I have to thank thee, my dear
wife, that I am now come to my death
through thee and mj daughter. Hence
forth lly thou ever as a gray cuckoo
uud repent thou ever my call, 'Cuckoo!
In sadness of heart from early spring
until St. Peter's day SU Peter's day
June '-"J (.Inly 12, O, S.)J, nnd from that
day forth inuy every bird, both great
and small, bent thee and pursue thee
And uiayest thou, my daughter, my be
t layer, be turned Into u nettle bush
oud may that weed, the dory, forever
burn thlue eyes wheresoever thou may
ebt he. Hint thou inayest weep forever
remembering thy father's death. Hut
to my loyal sou, who kept his father's
command, I make this bequest : That
he Khali be the bird beloved which
dwells uud slugs hi gardens and amid
shady groves for the Joy of happy peo
pie, fur the consolation of thote who
weep, the nightingale."
Aud ftom that day forth the Russian
people have called the meadow orchid
"the cuckoo's tears." It Is also known
as "the cuckoo's slippers."! Isabel F
Hapgood lu New Yoik Post
A Vm Out,
A small Klrl told a fuUeliooil. Her
mother, wltb great dlyulty, led tliu
youthful obTeuder to the lllmiry und,
sltUnK down beside her, said: "Vou
know, Kathurlne, trranduia bus gone to
heaven uud pupa has gone to beaveu,
but It sou tell untruths you caunot go
to heaven with theui. You will have
to go to the other place."
The little niuldeu looked very grave
for a moment and bald, ".Say u swear
word, uiatntun, uud come lo the other
place too," New York Tribune,
Do uot ueglect to keep your boots
polished. You can nlwny. nliine at one
end, If you caunot ut the other.
and union Pacific
Two Trains to the East Daily
Through Pullmnn Mimlnril nnd Tourtut slnt
tni; cir dally to Omnha, Chicago; lourlM
MoepuiK car natir to hannaa city: thronst
iiiummi lourmFirepingcari eornonnilT con
ducted) weekly to Chicago. Kana IMtr. ro
cllnlng chair can (! freev lo the Kat if ally
run nr Tlmo Schedule- auhiv
roi From I'eiulleton fkou
rortlantl Portland Special No. 1 Tho Kait
8:10 a m 8:00 a in,
Chicago Chicago Special No 2 Portland
StOpm ; A:iOiin
Portlaud Mall and Kxprrm Nn.S Tho Ear
Thp Knt Mall ami Krprcn No.fi ! Portland
USOam 1 :41V a in
Ptiiltton Pacicnger Sptkau
1 No, 7 iV :4S p a
Spokane KpokatiK PauMmgor
rendition Hranch , .
Mlied Tralu No. O. l0p
r.-imn. Walla Walla Ilrauch
ca'upm MUct Train No. 42
Ocean and River Schedule.
All tailing dale sut-i
8:W p. ni. j
jeet in cnangc
For San Krnnclsco
Sail every ft day.
MO p. tr
To Astoria mid Way
4 0 p. m.
l0 p. in.
Iloats leave Portland daily, except fiundt
'itageol water permitting) lor Willamette an
lamlilll Hirer points.
Leave 7 Learo
Itlpnrla Snake Hlyer ' Levrlmo-
tffin. m, Hlparla to LvwUton ' 7.-00 n. in
Kxcpt Mom I ,ci?t Mn"
K.F. WAMSLKY. Agent, I'eudlctoii
Chicago, St Paul, St. Louis, Kan
sas City, St. Joseph, Omaha ami
lU Points Bast and South
Portland and points
on tho 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.
LcaVo Walla Walla daily,eat bound, 1 1 :00 p in
Arrive Walla Walla dally, meat houiitl, lUlt.'i a, in
Knr Information regarding rates and accom
modations, eull on oraddrem
W. ADAMH, Agent
K. 11 (WLDKKHKAO, ii. P. A
Walla Walla, Washington.
Pullman SleupiiiK Gum,
Elegant Dining Cars,
Tourist Sleeping Cars.
THROUGH TICKETS TO
and all point East and South
rhrooih ticket! to JaDau and China, m
xaooma ana nortnern facioc oieaminip u
and American Una.
TIN I 8CUBDULI.
Traint lure fendletou dallj zoapl Boai
at 1XO p. m.
For larther Information, time oardt, bin
and ticket!, call on or write W, Adarai, fas
dloton, Oreion, or A. 11. OHABLTOK,
intra ana Morrison nu j-oruana.ur
Schedule of Fares
On and after April i, faro over
the Pendielon & Ukiali Stage Line
Pendleton lo Cklarj. 13. round trln. ti: I'm
dleton to Alba, .'.76, round trip, )'; Pendleton
to ltldge, 2, round trip, 3 50; Pendleton to
! re. fi.nu, rouno, trip, ?t.:u; rrnuieton to I'llol
Mock, 11. round trlti, ll.rV).
uince at uoiuen kuic noiei
VAN DRAN BROS., PropB.
The Best Hotel in Pendleton
and as good as any.
The Hotel l'endletou has just
been refitted and refurnished
Uirout'liout, Phone and fire
alarm connections with all rooms.
Baths in sn-tes and single rocms.
Hgadquartors for Travollng Men
(JommodlDiiB Sample Koodib.
Rates $2 & $2.50
Speeiiil mtes Uy week or nitmtli
l'roiiipt Dlnlngnxmi rrvlce.
Bar and billiard ro jiu Inconuectlci
Only Three Blocks from Depot
GOLDEN 'ROLE HOTEL
Corner Court and .loliu.ion Htrectn,
M. F. Kolly, Proprlotor.
HEATED KY STEAM
LIGHTED UY ELECTRICITY
Alllelleilll I'lllll, l-ntiHf I, lift lo VJ.IH)
Klii-openii IMrtii. rtOii, 7fici, Jfl.OO.
Hii'-liil i-utt-M liy week or nuiiitli.
Free 'bus meets all trains'
Commercial trade solicited
l-lne sample rooms
Special Attention Given Country Trade
CORNER MAIN AND WERU STS.
GEO. DAI1VEAU, Prop.
Illock and a half from depot!
Sample room In connection.
ROOM RATE 50o, 7So, $1.0
American I'lau. Il ixrr day and uuwaid.
Ilcaduuartcra fortourlxtM auil couimcttlat tia.
rleri. tiprclal ralra made to rauilllea ami InaU
ifcntleuteii. The luauaareinmt will L tilcaa
at all tlmri to ahow roouia and give price. A
modern Turklib tiatbeatablUhmentlu the boUi.
II. C. UOWUK8, Maneiet,
t Conrad Platzoeder I
All kinds of Fresh
Meats always on
hand. Fine liacon,
Hams and Sausage.
f Prices as low as the lowest t