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DAILY EAST OWEQONIAN, PENDIEt6h, 0QOa. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1903.
Business Cards and Societies
PROFESSIONS AND TRADE8, ALPHABETICALLY ARRANGED.
OK W. 0 COLE. OFFICE IN
bnlldW Office hours, 10 to 12
, ,1 ", p. m. Telephone red 371.
a. m., :
Tu UII.I-HK. M. D.. DRSI'AIN IlIiOCK.
treats and correct eye troubles, catar
rh!" conditions nnd Impaired hearing.
o"i. correctly fitted for retractive er
tort. Telephone main 1181.
nnfi SMITH 4 HINOO, OFFICII OVEn
"to l'endleton Savnga Hank. Telephone
0; residence telephone main 801.
H R. GAltFIEIiDT MD., nOMKOI'ATIIIC'
flpulclau and Burgeon. Office In Judd
Telephone, office, black 78; ret-ldPB-e.
nn" 1). J. McFADLI-, ROOM 17 ASOCIA
tlon block. Telephoue main 031 : reel.
trnci-., black 101.
nn rU, HBNDBnBON, I'nVSICIAN
.nd n'reeon, Offlc- In Saving! Ilank build
u7 Room 1. office phone Main Mil, res. Main
OH LYNN K HLAKBSLHH, CHRONIC
nd nervous diseases and dlseaaei ot
.omen, Judd building, corner Main and
Court Bt. Office 'phone main 721 ; res
i.t.ni'p. red 27S.
. .;Vm i.nnvn- OCTir iHiTn
DIt LENA ALLEN I1O0NE. OSTIuOI , A1H
Ofl ' SIS Thompson street. House
phone lied 308, nnd office 'phone Ulack
na r t KlttBY, I'HYHKHAN AND S"K.
L.,.1",. ,,,'.1.1 lliilMlna llnnn II nltln
icon Offlco In Juild lluumng itnoin it, oaire
Phone Red 1211, Kosiuonco mono warn usi.
r A VAlIOIIAN, DENTIST, OFFICE IN ,
jJ,m build nc, Thorn;, red 71.
11 -latloii block, over Schmldf! new drut ,
l'lione, reu -i-i,
ClIItlSTIi: GRADUATE OF THE
Koyai Vcteriiiiry College, lMouburgh, Hjut-
am uu' U,V" ' . ,; Vi ,
or ale district 11 C All domestic animalB ,
trailed on srlcntlfli; principals. Ollco at i
rooine .table. Main street, opposite Hotel
fend Mnn Hesldeiuo phono Main 1.111, i
,tl nrl-lf'V srtmi:nN Ir. D. ( . McNallb.
Kiaduatenl Unlvurslty of I'eiin. Voterliiary !
of Spokane for 10 years. Olllco at Tallniau's
liru, Miurt j uuuiviuii, uiu , .u.v .,....(&.
BANKS AND BROKERS.
rl iSC NATIONAL HANK OF ATHENA.
'(recon. Capital, f .10,000 : surplus nnd
iraiu. ttl.000. Interest on time deposits.
bead In foreign nnd domestic exchauge.
Collections Promptly attended to. Henry
(' Adams, president ; T. J. Kirk, vlce-prea- ;
Idear r S. LeOrow, cashier '; I. M. Kemp,
THE FARMERS HANK OF WESTON,
Weston, Oregon. Does a genurnl bank -
ion business. Exchange bought and sold.
collfftioiis nroniiitlv attended to U. Jam-1
on ireilJen 7 Tseorge V l'roebstel.
l u.npMtf Iflniit t l( tllf.nrn rfiMhlnr -i.
Victor, i ' ilartmiin I M Johns T
i v!?, i n i?r, S i iV V.'ii,.nr.! p,,!.:
rt Jameson, G. V l'roebstet.
fHF PENDLETON SAVIN08 HANK.
Pendleton, Oregon. Organized March 1,
itf Capital, ifum.ouo; surplus, If 100,
ODii Interest allowed on nil time deposits.
Exchange bought and sold on all principal
points. Special attention given to col
lections V J Finnish, president ; J. N.
Seal, vice-president : T J, Morris, cashier;
S W Maloney, assistant cashier.
riltST NATIONAL HANK OF I'KNDLE-
ton capital, fTO.um); surplus, fu.i.uoi) ;
frsutacts a general banking business. Ex
tnsnge and telegraphic transfers sold on
(.alcago. San Francisco, Now York nnd
principal points In the Northwest. Drafts
drawn on China, Japan and Europe. Makes
csllectloiis on reasonable terms. Lovl An
ifnj president; W. F. Matlock, vlco-pres-Went
C. H. Wnde, cashier; II. F. Johnson,
ARCHITECTS AND BUILDERS.
F HOWARD. ARCU1TECT AND GU
perlnteudcnt; makes complete and rell
rle plans for buildings In tlie city or coun
trx lloiim 17 Judd building.
1R ? 4 COr'E- CONTRACTORS AND
builders Estimates furnished on short
otlce Job work a specialty. I'rompt
"rvlo Shop on Plug street near Main.
f. A. MAY, CONTRACTOR ANDIUnLD-
Estimates furnished on all kinds
rassonry, cement walks, stone walls, etc.
lesve orders at East Oregonlnn oITIcp.
- E. TIPH I'M AN ARCHITECT" ""AND
biifxTlntenileiii !,,m 7 Ter Uoaton
"tore rent, Oregon
' ,n.,Kl:M'' l! FI'ASTERINO AND CK
iiJ?.. ' eement walks n specialty. Ea
fSV. f"cul8led free. Work guaranteed,
will w11? nt "ndley & Zehncr's cigar
tore. Main street. I' n. hnr inj.
M'J,05. DKALKK IN SKCo.-D-Q.fLi
i Kods. It there la anything you
ou ... ? nu iccond band furniture,
t hi. Wte waru and crockery, call and
jrlces. No. 212 Court street.
tMfht ?pCOND-nAND GOODS
JraocM ,1!'! ' nawn brokcra ; money
"hml 0B. a" kln1 ot "rtlclei. Wateri
- "r- Proiw. 732 Cottonwood -Ueet.
t"2n.8h,sANITAnY flAUllKlt 8UOP,
manTliio i lh Court 'et ; be!t work
" tools" si.riii. . moeF Irnprovementi i
otlon. ,terl"edi bath roomi In con-
gARD AND LODGING.
"toe Lo,bn'Ul?,TINTON HAS PUROIIAaED
"hep) Jba wfn Ku,e. il 6W Oarden 8trot,
patron wm 00 Klad to eo br Irleuds and
i1' UoM (.J,oard by the day or
Per wkUb1?, ,uf, Rtos a.74 and
Mitllo V Pendleton Feed Yard In
- "' Q'liPton. prop.
A"N'!m toIs.LAD,Nn "OTKL IN THE
Proprietor. ,l so Porday. II, P. Milieu,
1ElI.0)pU.?',?,,F8 TAKES VOU TO
'l dooaieVvlci e' ,l ,"e"- food "e"1'
- . "rvlt' B. II, Itlchards, proprietor
S '-OHO !. NO. 4, MBKT8 KVKHV
i,nfr,y, evening In Secret Society hall,
K?.t?F..W?kV, Bt I'endletou. Ore. ft. W.
"tbr. K, It. 8. : W. J. Keyea. C. C.
INSURANCE AND LAND BUSINE83
NEW YORK LIFK INSURANCE CO.. Joo Ell,
Ajuuni akuiii, uuice in savings nanc Duuaing
niui iuirjiuuuuau til Illimuujn.
HARTMAK ABSTRACT COMIANY MAKES
reliable abstracts ol title to nil lands In Uma
tilla county. Loans on city and farm prop
erty. Buys and soils all kluds of real estate.
uoes a general uroserage Duslness. 1'aj-s tal
es and makes Investments tor nonresidents,
Roference, any bank In Pendleton.
0. A. HAilTMAN, ITcs. U V. HELD. Sec.
OA. HARTMAK Jr., Vice rrcs.
1. M. I1ENTLEY REPRESENTS THE OLDEST
anu mosi ronaDie uro ana accident insurance
companies. Office with Hattman Abstract Co.
JOHN HAILEV, JR., D. 8. LAND COM
tnlsnloncr Specialty made ot land flllnga
nnd proof: Insurance and collection!. Of
fice In Judd liuldlng, room 10.
CABS AND CARRIAGES.
city c.ut LiNn, KitwiN iuKEn71nor.
Telephone main 791. Office and waiting
room, Alta street, next to Savings Hank
LIVERY AND FEED STABLES.
TI1E c,Tr LIVERY HOARD AND SALE
.stable. M. J. Cnrney, proprietor, for
nlle lllrnout8 Stock boan erf ut reasonable
rfttos, stable 118 Alta Street.
0. K. FEED YARD, U19 Aura treet, 11. II.
ration ,t son, rrops. uirgccomiurtable stalls,
plenty ot feed and proper attention ulveri
, )i0rso. Tolophono Red 1.161. Livery In con
MEN'S KKiJOnT,-YOU arc Invited Free
reading room. Whynot Join and get tho ad.
vantage of free liath, uso of puti-filnc bug and
Ingroom. Terms, 1.00 to Join and tuc a mouth
DRESSMAKING I nm rtrertarrri tn dn tlrns.
inattiifT and sewing of all kinds, (loud work'
Satisfaction guaranteed. Mrs. I' D. Mann,
; 5UI June street.
poll SALE 110ILEK AND 4-HOUSE i'OWUt
vertical nigu siieea engine Also a -ID-light
Generator Including all switch board Instru
,ents For particulars, rail on or address
Fiieii Kine. llox 370, I'eudletim, Ore.
WSI- F- younka will pay rnoMi-T at-
telltfnn tn htl Rn1i.fi And Tirt.Hn,. hlllu IW.
respoudcuccsoHcited. Commission reasonable
p. o. Ilox aC. Pendleton
Divonn: i.awb-peter wkti advice
free; fees, terms to Null ; 25 Tears' experience
Office 003 Garden St., Pendleton, Orogon.
Proposals for Fire Department Sup
plies. Sealed nronoiials for the fuml-blu? of Kloven
Hundred Feet of Standard Slc l ire Hose, Flvo
Hr (longs and Tnclve Fire Torches for the use
of the Flro ' cpartment ot the city of Pendleton
win uu reeeiveu hi me uuy uecoroer s nuice in
( October 6, 1IWI the proposals tu htalo kind,
, juullty and price of articlea proposed to be
M""1 , ,hlrt , "i?" ,0 be opeiied at the
regular meeting of tho council of the city of
I l'ci.dlotouio bo held on October 0. VMl, ut.70
me ciiy oi i cnuieiou uuiu a o chick p. m
" ci'M'a p. in. i ue cu'jiicn res-rvo in rigni 10
ecopt the bids tendered either for tho whole
ofsBidartlclosorfora part thnrcof and also
I iiatea tnis rjm nay m sepiemoer A. i mia,
Fumous at home for
Famous now a! over
For Sale by
t LOSSES ALWAYS
By the Fire .Insurance Com
panies we represent. Our
companies stand first in the
Hurtford File lusurauoe Uoil2,26,076
Alliance Assurance Co 29,039,968
London & Lancashire Klre
Insurance Co 2,644,688
North British & Mercantile
Royal Insurance Co 22,897,153
FRANK B. CLOPTON
800 MAIN STREET
Walter's Flouring Mills
Capacity, ICO barrels a day.
Flour exchanged lor wheat.
Flour, Mill Feed, Chopped Feed,
etc.. always on hand.
m mi warn
"But you know, dear, we'll get none of papa's money while lie lives."
"Then we will have him live with us. He can sleep In a folding bel
and you can do the cooking."
Such as New
realize that it In-
beautv fullv loo
iwrcent. All ladles
who wish to give
ciueu trial will soon
Iweoreo convinced of
this fact, because, bv
destmvlnir thn rienrf.
lv crerm at work uih '
on tho hnlr root, it
makes dandruff, falllnirN
nair and ttilii, brittle 1
find It equally as valuable for
It uorksllko a charm, oven up
on bald heads.
3 For Sale stall First-Class Drug Stores
They are the Best
The Standard and
WHITE SEWING MACHINES
HERE AT HOME.
Pendleton Citizens Gladly Testify,
It Is testimony like the following
thut lias placed "tho old Quaker Rem
edy" so far abovo competitors. When
people right hero at home raise their
volco In praise there Is no room left
for doubt. Head the public state
ment of a Pendleton citizen,
Charles W. Beale, exprossman,
living at 300 West Tustln street, cor
ner of Aura street, and well known
to every resident ot Pendleton, says:
"For four years past I have beon trou
bled with kidney disorders, caused,
I think, by heavy lifting required by
my occupation. The strain was such
that I was unable to Btoop or rise
again without pain and effort. The
kidney secretions wore Irregular, es
pecially at night and caused me much
annoyance. When I first heard of
Doan's Kidney Pills I decided to try
them and got a box at Brock & Mc
Comas' drug store. Tney have re
lieved me to a very great extent,
both as to tho backache and the
urinary trouble, and I havo the
greatest confidence In them."
Price CO cents per box. Foster
Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y., sole
agonts for tho United States. For
sale by all dealers.
llomombor the namo DOAN'S
and tako no othor,
TILLMAN ON TRIAL.
Is Defended by Ten Lawyers A Bit
Columbia, S. C, Sept. 21. Tho case
of James H. Tillman, charged with
tho mitnler a year ago of N. (5. fion
zales, editor of the State, of this city,
was called for trial today at Lexing
ton before Judge G. V. Gage, of
Chester. Both sides are ready for tho
trial, and it is expected the case will
proceed without further delay.
The shooting and killing of Gonza
les on the stteets of this city at
tracted national attention and it js
expected that the trial, likewise, will
ho followed wlh close interest
throughout the country. It Is prob
able that no man vho has ever before
been tried in Soutli Carolina had such
an array of lawyers to defend him as
has Tillman. Immediately on secur
ing the change of venue to Lexington
last June, the defense, which already
had live attorneys, employed flvo law
yers at the Lexington bar almost all
of the legal talent there. In fact. Till
man goes to trial, therefore, defended
by 10 lawyers. He is a lawyer him
self, and takes an active part in his
own defense, whilo Senator Tillman,
his uncle, will sit in tho case and
Ladies and Children Invited.
All ladles and children who cannot
stand the shocking strain of laxative
syrups, cathartics, etc., aro Invited
to try the famous Little Early Ris
ers They are different from all oth
er pills. They do not purge tho sys
'.em. Kven a double doso will not
gripe, weaken or sicken; many pcoplo
call them tho Easy Pill. W. H. Pow
ell, Houston, Texas, says nothing hot
ter can be used for constipation, sick
headache, etc. Hob Moore, Lafayette,
Ind says all others gripo and sicken,
whilo DoWitt's Littlo Early Wsers
i do their work well and easy. Sold
1 by Tallman & Co.
Delegates From Middle West
Other States on Hand.
Niagara Falls, N. V., Sept.
Western states' delegates to -thr
Fanners' National Congress, which
convenes hero tomorrow, began ar
riving today In good numbers. No-
1 braska and Minnesota aro hero with
good-sized delegations and Iowa has
tho forerunner of a big crowd, con
sisting of delegates and associate
delegates, Tho advanco guard of tho
Illinois and Now Ungland delegations
aro also on th'o ground. Great iro
paratlons havo boon completed to
give tho farmers a rousing reception.
It Is claimed thoro will bo full dele
gations of Western Now York farm
ers to meet tho Western and South
Kodol Gives Strength.
By euablliie the digestive organs to
digest, assimilate and transform ALL
or the wholesome food that may be
eaten into the kind of blood that
flourishes the nerves, feeds the tls-
, sues, jiardens tho muscles and recup
erates the organs of the entire body.
j Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cures Indiges
tion, dyspepsia, catarrh of the stom
ach and all stomach disorders, Sold
I by Tallman & Co,
and union Pacific
Two Trains to tho East Daily
Thiough Pullman standard and Tourist slep
lng cars dally to Omaha, Uhlcafro; tourlsl
sleeping car dally to Kansas City; throagb
Pullman tonrlst sleeping cars personally con.
ducted) weekly to Chicago, Kansas City, re
cllnlng chair cars (et free) to tho Kast dally.
Portland Special No. 1
Chicago Special No, 1 rortland
6 :40 p m
Mall and Express No. 5
1 :u a w
Mall and Erpress No. 6
. O, 7
Mlicd Train No. 11
Walla Walla Branch
Mixed Train No. i
6:00 p m
Ocean and River Schedule.
All sailing dates sub
)ecl to change.
For San Francisco
Ball every 5 days.
8SW p. m.
i no p. m.
To Astoria and Way
4 XX) p. m,
Boats leave Portland dally. exceDl Bnndu
'Huge of water permitting) for Vt lllametto anr
laramu mver points.
ttlparla . Hnaio Hirer Lewlstoo
HWa. m. ' ttlparla to Lewlston 7.-O0a. m
Excpt Monl 1 Xxcpt Moi
F, K. WAM8I.UY. Agent, 1'cndlcton
Chicago, St Paul, St, Louis, Kan
sas City, St. Joseph, Omaha and
All Points East and South
Portland and polati
on the Sound
Arrive at Pendleton Monday, Wednes
day and Friday, 1.45 p. m. Tues
day, Thursday and Saturday, 1 1 .45
Leave Pendleton, 7 p. m,
Leavu Walla Walla ilally,east bound. It :G0 1 m
Arrive Walla WallHdally.'vrst bound, 10:IS a. m
For Information regarding rates and accom
modations, call on oradilress
W. ADAMS, Agent
S. II. :.U.IHIUIKAD, (1. V A..
Walla Walla, Washington.
Pullman Sleeping Cars,
Elegant Dining Girs,
Tourist Sleeping Cars.
TOJ GRAND KOIUCr
THROUGH TICKETS TO
mid all poluta East and Houth
Through ticket! to Japan and China, tls
Tacoma and Northern Kaclflo Sttamshlp C
and American Una,
Trains leave rendleton dally ezoept omast
at 7:00 p. m.
Kcr farther Information, time cards, aen
and tickets, call on or write W. Adams, Pea
dleton, Oregon, or A. U. (1UAKLTON,
Third and Morrison SU rortland, Ore
MEN AND WOMEN.
n.. Iil.a-l r.v nmainral
dltduricM.lolUJD xsx tioii ,
irritatluo or olciftUoal
of zaaouui iaeintrui
lUlnlnasi ttTll r.tlt fijtril '
Irrt'Kiiu -vuka(i9D. "t
,r.. i-PiifW... i irtjiit or DolvouuUA.
inikiMavaiMitiaiWi - -
bciHC:NMTi.o.iH rv nii.
Jr seut in plain nrnvK,
r vspres, prepaid. M
f f.OU, or 8 taitUm, MM.
.ular eut uu nxiuwt
80 p. m
10 j .UP p. n
IM not i uloiBM.
VAN DRAN BROS., Props.
The Best Hotel in Pendletoa
and as good as any.
The Hotel Fetullcton has just
been refitted and refurnished
throughout. Phone and fire
alarm connections with nil rooms.
Baths in suites and single rocms.
Headquarters for Travoliiig Men
Commodious Samplo Rooms.
Rates $2 & $2,50
Special tatea by week or mouth
' Prompt Dinlngrooiu service.
Bar and billiard room in connootion j!
Only Three Blocks from Depot 1
GOLDEN RULE HOTEL
Corner Court anil .lohnion Streets,
M. F. Kolly, Proprietor.
HEATED Y STEAM
LIGHTED KV ELECTRICITY
Atiit'i'luiiu l'lim, nitoNtJl, '.!( tofjlU.tM)
ICiU'iipoiiu l'liut. rOo, Tfio. !.().
Hixit'lul i-iitim by wcukoi- inontli,
Tree 'bus meets nil trains'
Coiuntcrcln! trade solicited
Pine sample roomi
i vnvym jnwaw ? or m .v
Special Attention Given Country Trat! t
CORNER MAIN AND WEBB STS. )!
GEO. DAIIVEAU, Prop.
Block and a half from depot.
Sample room In connection.
50c, 76o, $1.0f
American flan, J per day and upwam
Ifcadquatteie for tourists and commercial trav
elers, hptclal rates made to families aud slagle
gentlemen. The uisuagcment will be pleased
at all times to show rooms and give prices. A
modern Turkish bath establishment In the boUl, I
If, C. HOWKK8, Maoeaei,
t Conrad Platzoeder
All kinds of Fresh
Meats always on
hand. Fine Bacon,
Hams and Sausage.
t Prices as low as the lowest t