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DAILY EA8T OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1903.
PROFESSIONS AND TRADES,
illume rpuionhnnn red 871.
3 p. gi, ''
Fet imnnlrpd hearing.
Uc "tly nTted for refr.ctlre er
T.lonUone main 1181.
tjTMTH 4 ItlNOO, OFFICII OVER
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Tolenhone, office, black i3; res-
HUtuat' - .
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be, Dine i" r ,
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tiriron. unite iu onms ,
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Va,Al Koiic l'loue Main 11.
K.I i -ton Orciwii.
VAPOIIAN. DENTIST. OFFICE IN
lurid building. 'Phone, red .1.
...... rir.VTlKT nfM-'lPR TN AS-
l.poiA' ui biocfc.'iiror Schmidt's uew drug
re I'lioue, reu -n.
mimi'ii- OR.vnPATK OK Till:
Im.i eternary College. IMonburgh, S'ot
it I. a aovernmciit veternary lupeclor
V.I district 11 C All .lomelc aniniHlj
,t,!j on H-fentifli principals. Ofllce at
ome . tablo Mam street, nppiil;c Hotel
kih ton ReiUun c imono mihii ion
ll kKI'AH SI RdKOK Dr. D. ( McNabb,
Lokaiie tor lu yean Ofllce at la man s
4 lore, I'auillat in. Ore . I'hone .Malu 11.1
BANKS AND BROKERS.
r...- i.TinVAl, tiAN'Iv OI' ATIIIIXA.
(irtaon, Capital, JSU.UUU ; surplua and i
Hi,WO. Intcn-st on time deposits.
Ciw In fortlm nnil domestic exchange.
Eili tlons promptly attended to. Henry j
Inr I S, I.eUrow, cashier ; 1. M. Kemp,
kh FAKMIIUS' IUNK OP WKSTON,
Veiton, Oregon. Does a Kcnernl bans.
bmloess. i:xctmiiBO nougnt anu boiq.
lit '.ions promptly attended to. II. jntn-
0, president tieorw w. rroeusiei,
p Dretldtnr , J KUporc, cnshler; !!
lion. ( A Ilortmuu. M. M. Johns. T.
Il'dre ij 1). llriiw, J. r Ullgoie. liou-
Jsoieson, d, I'meustel
ll l'K.VULinOX SAVINGS HANK,
IVuJ.elon. (Iregon OrKaulzed .March 1,
rapitni, hiih.im.mi , Kurpiua. tiuu,.
Intprrit allowed on all time deiioaltfl.
k-bnn;e bought and sold on all principal
lau. special attention glveu to col-
nlt.Di W J rurnNh. prealilent i J- N.
I. Tlce nresh ent . T J Morris, cannier:
Iw Ualuuey usslstnnt cashier
l-JV XATIOXAl HANK (IP IT.NDI.K-
lun Caiiltsl, fTO.Oiiii; Hiiriilua. SUS.Iino;
Cmsns a general uuiiuni Diisineua. i.i
Bit tod telegronhlc transfers sold on
Hi3o, han Francisco. New York and
bclnsl tiulnts In the NorthweHt Dratta
ftvu od CI1I1111 Japan nnd llurupe, Mnkes 1
pctltns an reasonable terms. Levi An
Hj president . W. V .Matlock-. vlee-nre-
tot 1 It. Wade, cashier; II, V Johnson, I
ARCHITECTS AND BUILDERS.
i F UOWARD. AHCHIT11CT AND SO-
prloteo'leut . makes complete and rell-
'mm i.jr iiuiiuiugs in the city or coun
lliwm IT Judd building,
IHI-.K A COM:. CONTRACTORS AND
Builders Ustlmates furnished on short
lt( Jrtll U-nrL- n ...nnlnllv lrnmn.
'K Sliup on lllnff street near Main.
I A. MAY, CONTRACTOR AND IIUILD-
MIDIIITtl ,,11 uii muui
inssonry, cement walks, atone walls, etc.
K TltOl'TMAN. AllCMUTECT AND
l I'cndletun, Oregon.
M KI1I.LFM!. I'LAH'I'IMMVU ivn
i'iitlag tenient walks a specialty. Kb
i furolstied free. Wurk guaranteed.
h, i af "Ollloy Zehner's cigar
ireei r u, nor 1U1.
fcoml,. D(1!'' N0' 4- MEIrrS BVKKT
lonilsj- PVRnln,. .,..,
kz,. . ivnufeosr o.""b. w:
u w j Kyyeg, (' c.
i SECOND-HAND DEALERS. S
1S WW, ,N HECo..D.'v
I tJV!?- '? there la nnythlnt: you t
En crinii. n" sec"nd hand furniture,
hU orloi, '!' "nu crockery, call and
niCM. ,s0, ,,VJ ,:ourt Btreet
Iw ivn n
Koasht kod .?f:W0'"ANl GOODS
Kn,i .f." W i Pawn brokera : moner
'' vu AH Klnili, nf nftUlua VV'AH
ETllLJ' 732 Cottonwood -uVet" '
nshlp ii ?, -0llc"t treot i beat work-!
tn,,u modern Imnrnvementa I
Itlon ,"tlu"d. bath roomi In con"
BOARD ANd""loDGING. !
m. I.0llli'l'7."M'TON HAS l'tmciIAHED I
hum 111 K"l tr eo her friends nnd I
1I ViuA' ,V."iNfL" ALTA AND I
Ik. .S3 uft the d;f o,
r"n. B. Compton'"K" 1r,'eo l"m ln
t', ' ,00 to ii til r.u it. the
PMitor " w Wday. It. i. Milieu,
1 .ervlcrft1 H&.Ul5S-!f!S!!
FRATERNAL ORDERS, O t
INSURANCE AND LAND BUSINESS
IIAltTMAN ABSTRACT COMeANY MAKK8
reliable abstracts o( title to nil lands In Uma.
tlllaounty Loans on city nnil larm prop
erty. Buys nnd lull, all kinds of real rstate.
Does a general brokerage business. Fays tax
es and makos Investment for nonresidents.
Reference, any bank In I'cndloton.
O A. HAKTMAK, fro. L. W HKLD.Soc.
Q. A. IIARTMANJr., Vice Pros.
J. M. BBNTLKY RKPRE8KKTS THE OLDEST
and most rollable tiro and accident tnsuranco
companies. Ofll.co with Jlnrtmnn Abstract Co.
JOHN HAILF.Y. Jit., U. 8. LAND COM
mlsaloncr Specialty made of land flllnga
and proof ; Insurance and collections. Of
fice in Judd bidding, room 10.
CABS AND CARRIAGES.
CITY CAI1 LINF,, RKWIN HAKRU, PROP.
Telephone main "91. Office and waiting
rnnm. Alta street, next to Savings Dank
LIVERY AND FEED STABLES.
THE CITY lilVEUY HOARD AND SALE
Stnble. M. J. Carney, proprietor, for
due turnouts Stock bonruerl at reasonable
rates, Stable US Alta Street.
O. K. FEHI) YARD, (ill) Aura, street, It. 11.
I'atton & Son, Props. Largo, comfiirtiibto stulN,
plenty nl foetl nnil proper attention given
linrsev Telephone Red 1.141, Livery In con
MEN'S RKSOtvT, YOD are Invited. Free
reading room Why not Join and got the ad.
VRtitiieeof free bath, use ol pun.'lilug bug and
other equipments, Including library and mid
ingroom Terms, J1.00 to Join and oca mouth
DRESSMAKING I am prensred to do dress
niHltlnc and tewing ot all Kinds (ioud uork
Satisfaction guaranteed. Mrs P I). .Mann,
Ml June street
FOR SALE 110ILER AND -l-HoRSK ft) A tK
vertical high siieeil uUBlne Alio a -10-llKht
Generator lucluilluir alt switch board tuxtru
inents For artlenlars, call on or addre&s
l'KKi) Kink, llox :i"0, f'omllcton, Ore.
WM. F. YOHriKA WILL PAY I'DOMI'T AT-
tcntlon to iil sales and posting hills Lor
resimudcucesollcttert. Commission reasonable
I'. K. llox M. 1'cnUletou
BIVORHV LAW8-PETKR WKST; ADVICU
Ireo; Iocs, terms to suit 1 25 yeari' exjierlonce.
Office MS Garden St., 1'eurllclon, Oregon.
WANTHI) ADVnUTISKRS TO MAKIC USC
ot these classified colununt. If you nnre
Homethln you have no use for, offer to
trnuo It ror Bometliins tnat some other
body may have and have no URe for, noine
tliliiR that you may need In your business.
You may have nu extra horse that you
may wish to trade for a cow or n vehicle.
Somebody mny have thn cow nnd vehicle
and want tin horse, li'c or 25c want ad
will trnbably do the business.
Proposals for Fire Department Sup
plies. Sealed propojals for the furuMilue ol Kleven
Hundred Feet uIHtandird Size Vita Hum', Fhe
Mr OiipgH and Tclvo Fire Torches lor tho use
of tho Firo 1 cpsrtmrut of the tlty ol Pendleton
will bo received at the City Recorder's office tn
the city of Pendleton until 5 o'clock p.m.,
October A, I1WT1. the proposals to statu kind,
quality mid price ot articles proposed to be
lurulsticd. Said bids to he opened at the
regular meeting of the council of the city ol
I'cmlletou to be held on October 6, l'.W!, at
o'clock n. m. The council rew rve the right to
accept the bids teliaered either for the whole
ot said articles or for 11 part tliercof and also
tho right tn reject any and all bids.
Dated thli llith dav ot September, A I). IPO:!.
By the Fire Insurance Com
panies we represent. uui
companies stand first in the
Hurtfortl File Inntruuce CoJll',25U,07b
Alliance Asflurance Uo 9,039,968
Loudon & Lancashire Fire
Iusuratiee Co 2,544,(188
North British & Mercantile
Royal IiiHiirnnee Co 22,897,163
FRANK B. CLOPTON
600 MAIN STREET
STANDARD CROCERY Co
We are the standard for
quality in groceries and fruits,
of all kinds. Prices such as
will hold your trade. None
better at any price.
Mouoiiolo CiTOCero Court Stree
Walter's Flouring Mills
Capacity, 150 barrels a day.
Flour oxebauged for wheat.
Flour, Mill Feed, Chopped Feed,
etc., always on hand.
not free t'rotti strain should be relieved
of the rijlit strength, lly this, means
they are saved from partial or total
blindness in later years.
are made with the aid of modern scien
tific instruments. My prices for Spec
tacles and eyeglasses are quite moderate
We Don't Keep Everything
But we do keep a good big
stock of nice dry Flooring,
Celling, Rustic and Finish,
In sll grades. Also all kinds
of Dimension Lumber, in
cluding Lath and . Shingles.
Our" stock of Dcors, 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
I'll K QUEEN HOTEL. Cleau
eomtortable rooms fium J.
ueuts up. Newly furnished
throughout. Queen Chop House
lu connection. Meals at all
hours. Only white help em
ployed, tiivv u a trial. .
LET US FILL
We can supply you with
Building Material of all
descriptions and sa v e
you money m
B u i Idin g paper lime
cement, brick and sand.
Wood gutters for barns
And dwellings a specialty ,
Oregon Lumber Yard
Alta St.r Opp. Court House
Scott's Santal-Pepsin Capsules
A POSITIVE CURE
Vor iDflaminttlOu or Oatarrb
of the Iiiudder nnd Dibeabvd
KldnevA. No cure no dav
Caret qotckJr and l'enou
nently the worst CAset of
no matter of how Iojr staaU
lag. Absolutely u armless.
Hold by drugfiat, Vrfce
tl.OQ, or br mall, postpaid.
11.00, 3 boxwj 12.75.
THE SANTAL-PEPSIN CO.,
Sold by F. W. Schmidt & Co.
Suffered Eight Months
I can heaitlly recommend Acker's
Tablets for dyspepsia and stomach
troubles, I have been Buffering for
eight mouths and tried many reme
dies without relief, until I got Acker's
Dyspepsia Tablets, which I used only
a short time and am now perfectly
well. Thanking you for the speedy
recovery, I am gratefully yours, Fran
cis I. Gannor, Vancouver, Wash. Send
to W. II. Hooker & Co., Buffalo, N.
y for a free trial package. (Nothing
like them.) F. VV. Schmidt & Co.,
CROSSED PLAINS IN 1852.
From Illinois to Oregon City by Ox
Team A Weston Pioneer.
V. H. Perkins, of Weston, Or., Is
In the city spending a few days with
his brothers, T. J. Perkins, F. II, Per
Kins and l;, U Perkins, says the- Spo
kane Spokesman-Review. On the
way tip ho visited .1. A. Perkins, of
Colfax, Mr. Perkins Is one of the
pioneers of Orepou territory and
came across the plains In lSii'J.
Ho was but N years old when his
father and fninlly started from their
homo In Marshall county, Illinois, and
traveled for six months In an o
team to Oregon City, then the chief
town In the Northwest. They came
by Salt Lake City, the old emigrant
trail by the month of tne Hiiise river
and over the Ultie mountains to
In those days Hour was quoted at
$20 per hundred am' pork at 10 rents
a pound, nnd strong at that, after a
six months' voyage- around the Horn.:
Mt Perkins lias neai;iMl in rn ,
peotinf,-, frplglitliiR nml whoat ralslmr '
and is now rotitod from actlvo busi
ness at tlie aKO of Go years. He has
been to Spokane twice, once in lS7i
and in 1S90. just after the fire
PREJUDICED AGAINST TRIB.
Dr. L. E. Bulllnger, of San Francisco,
Expresses an Opinion Regarding j
the Greatest Liquor Habit Cure on
Dr. U K. HtillhiKer. of San Kran-,
lihco. writes: "I was prejudlcc-l
aRainst T1U15 ruuthifr to me as it i'M j
but 1 see now 1 was mistaken. I liav 1
been travelliiK In Knplaml a"d tl-o
Eastern States much lately and llnd
much evidence or TIUIl'S sood work
I bought 2.-1 treatments for friends,1
and every one has done Its work
Tltll! Is the world's greatest cure j
for the Litittor and Tobacco Habits. 1
Sold by all druRBists. W. C. Cutler
& Co., distributors. Baker City. Ore, 1
Forgot to Count 'Em.
When "Private" John Allrn was in
tho' house of teiri'sentatlves hi wa
InrorrlRlblo when it came to giving
tt serious answer to a M'tious ques
tion. The old members knew thin
from sad experience, and seldom
went to the Mississippi wit for Infor
mation. New members, however,
taking Allen's genial countenance as
an indication of his willingness to
bo or aid to his fellow-man, often
came to grlet. Just after Mr. Mine
field, of Maine, had taken his seat
for his first term, lie wanted some
figures In a hurry. Turning to Mr.
Allen, he said:
"Pardon me, sir; but you wore at
Gettysburg: can you tell me bow
many Federal soldiers weie killed
"I am very sorry, very sorry Indeed
that 1 can't accommodate you," re
plied the "Private," but the fact is I
was so busy that I clean forgot to
count my shots." Detroit Kleo
The New Age tells the lollowlim
yarn on an Augusta bachelor who
had occasion to so to Boston on bus
iness. He went on the night Pull
man, and look a berth. Just across
the way was a handsome little wo
man and her 3-year-old boy. Just
before arriving In Iloslon early In the
morning the two were laughing nml
playing together, and tho good-natured
bachelor smiled to himself as
he lose to diess.
Suddenly a very small foot peep
ed out from tho curtifins of the op
posite boiln. With a twinkle ln his
eye the bachelor grabbed the plump
toe and began: "This little pig went
to market; this little- " "That Is J
1 .. .1 1 ..
my loot, sir, sain m' iiiuiki"
.. . n. ...i,ii.
voice 01 a woman. 1 no mivm;i 4
followed could be heard above thi)(J
roar of the train.
Lord Lyeden, head or the Uritlsh
parliamentary party, was once a
waiter In it cheap Hrooklyn restau
rant, afterward a traveling actor, and
for two years was steward on a
steamer between Wilmington. N. C,
and Now York. He "didn't have to"
any of tho time, hut was out for ex
perience. A vessel loaded with oil and nap
tha. valued at $40,000, burned to the
water's edgo und sunk off the coast
of New Jersey two months ago. Last
week It was sold for $1,800. The
purchaser floated tho hulk and found
the cargo Intact.
If You Contract
to buy $10,000 in
5 Gold Bonds from
The Mutual Life Insurance
Company of New York,
Richard A. MeCurdy, PiesUlent,
Payment to be made during;
20 years in annual instalments,
and you die after you have
made one payment, yoiii estate
$500 a year for 20 years
Then cash ...
Total guaranteed In gold
If you wish to liiioir term, on which these
bonds are offered address, statins vour npe nml
the amount of Income ou would like to bculu
drawing txtcnty jema heme.
THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE
COMPANY OF NEW YORK,
lllrhnril A MrCnrdv ninsiilrmt.
Vlma D. Katz, nmiWROr,' llolso, lilalio.
KranH li. Ilainmond, District MannKiT,
THE ONLY GENUINE
iirKT. l'tiiir. niter
l'urmicc 11 put up by its, will be a
micccv. l.cl us figure with you on
hcatitic your home or place of
E. D. BOYD
Hits Kn.il RRtnto (on Knlu
RKAIi KSTATK of all .
kinds and (lescriptloiiH,
ranging front u small '
residence to one of the ,
ttioHt modem anil Im'h'.
ejulpiel iniiiihioiiH with- ?
ln the IIiiiIIh of the city
01 Penilleton, anil from u
farm of a few acres of J
good alfalfa land to ,
thousands of acres of .
wlipat land. Call or J
G. U. BOYD. Ill Court St.
I E. MOTSCHMAN
Tuaclics a thorough course
J in voici; culture, piano and
I. violin, lTor information en-
Empire Piano House,
J Scliwatx & (ireiilich, Props.
$ Wholesale and retail dealers in
Beef, Pork and Mutton, Cured
J Meals and Sausages of all kinds.
J. 607 Main Street, Phone 1K1
rti. M w ,,, ,
Ilia Hi? O for uno.tural
Irrlt&ttoD. or unvralfoiil
mnu Ci.ouii.ii. rtxaw, uo eui
(1.00, ir 3 Ullloi, 11.75.
Cltvul.r .out cu rmuMt,
Daily East Oregonlan by
only 15 cents a week.
C ICC ill
VAN DRAN BROS., Props.
The Best Hotel in Pendleton
and as good as any.
The Hotel Pendleton has just
ban refitted and refurnished
throughout. Phone and lire
alarm connections with all rooms.
Baths in sn;tes and single rocins.
Hondquartors for TnvvolliiB Mod
Commodious Sumplo Rooms,
Rates $2 & $2.50
Special rates by week or mouth
Prompt Oinhigroom service.
Bar ami billiard room in connootlon
Only Three Mucks from Depot
GOLDEN RULE HOTEL
(,'ornor Court nnil Johnum HtrtH'ti,
M. F. Kolly, Proprlotor.
HEATED UY STEAAl
LIGHTED liY ELECTIHCITY
American l'liill, rates Jfl .!,-, teM.tMI
Kiiroiienii I'liin. fltxi. 7ftu. S1.IM1.
I Special cii tot- liy wiiuk or iiimith.
Free 'bus meets all trains'
Commercial trade solicited
Fine sample roomt
Special Attention (liven Country Tnu'n
CORNER MAIN AND WEBB STS.
GEO. DAIIVEAU. Prop.
Illock and a half Irum depot,
Sample room in connection.
50c, 75o, $1.00
American i'tan, j per day auit upwairt
Itcadquattera for tuurlit and corauicrdal trav
dera. hpt-clal ratca made to TumUle aud alogU
gentlemtii. The management will be pleated
at all timet to ahow rooiua and gl.e plfcu. A
modern Turkl.h bathratabll.hmeutln the hot.l,
II, C. IIOWKHb.Manacei,
Conrad Platzoeder t
All kinds of Fresh
Meats always on
hand. Fine Bacon,
I lams and Sausage.
Prices as low as the lowest f
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