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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1903.
Business Cards and Societies
PROFESSIONS AND TRADES, ALPHABETICALLY ARRANGED.
,tr. 10 to IS
Telephone red 371-
I Ill tn
hllllllUk " . ...
J to V-
i. m., ;
M I)., DKSI'AIN BLOCK.
.'...ai.iB .fi troubles. catar-
It'"" ","?... "..i Tranalreu bearing.
ircorrectly fitted for refractive er-
-;..,rTMXfin. OFI'ICK OVEU
H.ii. Hank. Telephone
P'rwwSlS Unbone main 301.
r .i.uiptn u D.. nOMF.orATuic
LAtfl.nda.uw: Office I. Jdd
K:; Telephone, office, Diaca .a, r:
ROOM 17 ABOCIA
10? woe" Telephone main 931; re...
T i HENDERSON, PHYSICIAN
T ........ rVifi-- in Sav nc Hank build-
ROTinT office l-hone Main Mil. ros. Main
JAM US A
FUR. LAW OFFICE IN JUDD
IIAIU'.Y & LOWELL,. ATTOIINEYS AT
law Onice In Dcspaln block.
IIALLIiltAY K McCOUltT, LAWYERS. AS
CAI.Tt.it & HALEY! ATTOItNI.YS AT
laiv. Ollioe In Having Hank building- -
IIENKY J. MEAN, ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Anoclatlon block,' l'eudletcn, Orefcon.
It. J, SLATnit, ATTORNEY.
Jkdmtl it! 4-
B. O, I10YD, ATTORNEY AT LAW.
. ....... n., nnnnuin
Lri nerToui diseases and - diseases or
P" "".'.y t..im,. mrnnr Ma In and
721 : res-
Sti Office 'phone, main
hEN-A "ALLAN IIOOND. OSTEOI'ATU
fl lu".3''""sM,. VV. TlT.rk
.."t-ipor. PHYSiniAN AND S"K
En Office in Judd lluildliiir Room IS. Office.
i Red 1211. Kctldonco I'nouo Main 1421.
L. II. REEDER, ATTORNEY
! 1IERKELF.Y, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
uuice in savings uaiiK Duuuing.
II. E. COLLIER, LAWYER, OFFICE
Hooms i and 8, Association building.
STILLMAN & TIERCE. ATTORNEYS AT
I.pu Mr. Stlllmnn has been admitted to
practice In United States patent offices
unit makes a specialty at t'ntcnt Law.
1 1 on ins lu, 11, 12 and 13, Association
" VaDGIIAN, DENTIST, OFFICE IN
it building. 'Phone, red 71.
UANN. dentist, office in as-
Atlon MOCK, Over PL'UUJiuka ui " u.ur.
'none, rea an.
mir.tSTIK GRADUATE OK THE
i yticrnarf Coll-gc,' IMcnbureli, H-ot-
iinif nivcrnment votorniiry inspector
lenutrlct H. C. All domestic animals
t'Mtabla. M'n tru-t, oppotlic Hotel
KC9IOeil.e puuuo nuiu ion
CABS AND CARRIAGES.
'ITY CAII LINE, F.RWIN ISAKER, PROP.
Tvli'plione main 761. Office and waiting
room. Alta street, next to Savings Hank
LIVERY AND FEED STABLES.
rill. CITY LIVERY HOARD AND SALE
.stabla. M. J. Carney, proprietor, for
tine turnouts Htork bnitr.ed at rc&sonsblc
rates. Htawe ns Alja utre-t.
mlno when Ue old mu!
A UAZZLI.VH OFFEi.
Ail them linlailnl anrestml bulla nn' moaled itniucex'll
n wliultloi i - l)i vim- -lln ru. ct me lovu?
iviniv sttunims' Dr. I). C. Mc.Nubb,
lute ol University oi i-enu, vnu-nuary
bine lor ID years. Office at lallman's
lore, remiieijn, uro ,ruuiw oiniu i'tit
IbNKS AND BROKERS.
NATIONAL HANK OF ATHENA,
on. Capital, tSU.000 : surplus and
iSS.OOO. Interest on time deposits.
hi foreign ana Domestic cicuuuge.
bai promptly attended to. Ueury
Bll, prCHIUUUt , A. . 11 .vc--,ico-
i a. Murow, casnier ; t. uemp,
I-ARMEUS HANK OF WESTON,
la, Oregon. Docs a general bank-
Hunt, l iciiance noiicut anu aoia.
u uromptly attended to. It. Jam
luldent: Ocorgc W Procbstel,
Itdent ; J. R. Kllgorc, cashier: i'.
i. Uartman, -M. .M. Johns. T.
, C D. Ornw. J. I". Kllgore. Hou-
oa, G. Y Proenstel.
IIINDLETON SAVINOS HANK.
Itou. Oregon. Organised March 1,
Lapltal, f 10(1,000; surplus, turn,-
Krest allowed on an time (lepomts.
1 boucht and nolcl on all principal
: Hiwlal attention given to col-
J Furnish, nresldent : J. It.
r president: T. J. Morris, cashier:
loney, assistant cashier.
NATIONAL HANK OF PENDLK-
Capital, $70,000 ; surplus, $85,000 ;
a ceneral Lanklnr business. Ex-
Ind telegraphic transfers sold on
ran rrancisco. new lor a ana
I points In the Northwest. Drafts
I uoma, japan and Europe. Makes
Equ rcssonaDie terms. L,evi An
Ident : W. K Matlnrk rlc-nreii-'
U. Wade, cashier: TI. F. Johnson.
O. K. FERD YARD, Bill Aura Hreet. It. II.
Palton & Son, Props. Largo.comfortabla stalls.
Eieuty or leeu ana proper aitent on given
oro. Telephone Red 1.U1, Livery in con
MEN'S RKSOiVT, YOU are Invited. Free
reading room Why no Join and get the ad
vantage of free bath, me of puni-lilng bag and
other uqulpmcnts, Including library and lead
lug room Terms, Jl.Ou to Join and mc a month
DUESSMAKINO-I am prepared tn do dress
making aud sewing uf all Kinds. Good uork
S.ittBtactlon guaranteed. Mr. P. D. Munn,
Mil Jane street.
FOR 8ALE-ROILER AND 4-HOItSE l'Ov-KR
vertical high speed engine Also a -10-ligbt
Generator Including all snitch board lnstru
ineutH For particulars, call on or address
Frko KtNit, Box 379, Pendleton, Oro.
VM. F. YOIINKA WILL PAY PROMPT AT-
tentiou to al sales and pouting bills Cor
respondcucesollcited. Commission reasonable
P. it. lioi 2.-,. Pendleton
MILLIONS TO BE SPENT
ON FOREIGN EXHIBITS.
Interest Taken by Foreign Countries
Exceeds That of Any Previous
World's Fair Thlrty-Flve of Forty
Odd Independent Nations of the
World Have Made Appropriations
Average Appropriation Will Be
DIVORl.iC LAWB-I'ETKR WEVT; ADVICE
free; foes, terms to suit; 25 vears' experience.
Office tUo Garden tit., Pendleton, Oregon.
WANTED ADVERTISERS TO MAKE USE
of these classified columns. If you have
something you .have no use for, offer to
trade It for sometning tuat some otner
tody mny have and nave no uBe tor, eunie-
tn nc tnat you may neca in your Business.
You may have an extra horse that you
may wish to trade for a row or a venicie.
Hcmebody may have the cow and vehicle
and want tu horse, lf.c or 23c want ad
will (.robably do the boslnesa.
IITECTS AND BUILDERS.
DWARl), ARCHITECT AND SO
Ident; makes complete and rell
iior DuuoingB in tne city or couti'
ii j una nuiiaing.
suuaciti units to magazines, if you
want to subscribe to magazlnea or news
papers In the United States or Europe, re
mit by postal note, cneck or send to tne
EAST OREGONIAN the net pnbllslicr's
I price of the publication you desire, and we
iil nave it sent you ana assume an toe
risk of the money being lost In the mails.
It will save you both trouble and risk. If
you are a subscriber to the East Oregonlsn.
in remitting jcu can deduct 10 per cent
from the publisher's price. Addree EAST
OREGONIAN PUB. CO.. Pendleton. Oregon.
COLE. CONTRACTORS AND
LltlmntM fitrnlahrf nn ihnrt
lob work a specialty. Irompt
pui uu itiun street near Main.
CONTiiAPTnn imi nmr.n.
Ilmates furnished on all kind
I, cement walks, atnnx walls, otr.
rs at East Oregonlan office.
fJUTMAN, ARCHITECT AND
FDaent. itbom 7. over Uoaton
LEIt, PLASTERING ANDCEJ.
CemPHf ISMtlfa a a.n I I , . I3--
luUllcd flee. Work piiaranlMid.
ri at Uadley & Zehner'e cigar
' irt. I-. u, UOX 104.
PDOE. NO. 4. ulffMTO iaviniv
jenlng In Secret Society halt.
I h5, ,enReton, Ore, D. W.
" w. j Kevea. C. c.
DEALER IN SHCO..D-
It there Is nvfhln- wnt,
tpd secondhand farnlture,
"J. ana crockery, call and
." -i i.ourt itreet.
I sold. T'l "ify"
lSLUBA!.0! lftlcle. Water!
o. v:ottoawooa -vset.
fcJNlTARV riARItgMt Hnop.
ti. ,tr?! beH work:
AttuA 7??? wproreeaoou:
MWSU. bath fttaanJi In
p!S2?T?,N HAS PDBCHA8KD
i ff?. t 6S Garden Strset.
ce bar friends and
Well ventilated, neat and
conifortabl" rooms, good
bed. liar in connection
where best goods art
served. Main Street, center of
block, between Alta and
St. Louis, Sept. 29. Doubt no long'
er exists as to the success of tlio ap
proaching World's Fair so far as for
eign lepresentatlon Is concerned. Al
though in the Introductory negotia
tions such Important governments as
Russia and Austria In Europe and
Japan and Chlnn, in Asia, declined to
participate, and the outlook was dis
couraging for other prominent na
tions, 33 of the 40 odd Independent
nations of the world now have for
mally accepted the Invitation to take
part, and many of them have tnolr
arrangements in an advanced stage.
Besides these 35 countries, not
less than a dozen of the great colo
nics of European nations are prepar
ing comprehensive exhibits entirely
apart from those of the homo gov
ernment. Moreover, Russia, China
and other countries that at first de
clined to take part have reconsidered
their action and will bo represented
on an elaborate scalo.
The appropriations already made.
or officially assured by foreign gov
ernments for buildings and exhibits,
shows a grand total of nearly $7,000,-
000. This exceeds by $1,000,000 the
amount correspondingly appropriated
fo rthe Chicago World's Fair In
lu 1893, and represents an average of
nearly $140,000 for each country.
Europe will expend approximately
$3,000,000: Asia. $2,000,000: Central
and South America, $1,000,000, and
and the carrier service should bo
doubled at once.
mo government docs not prepare
uieso uicssings for the few who re
side beneatn tlio arc lights, but Is In
tended for all tho people. The new
residence portions should see that
their houses arc properly numbered
and then demand that this system br
extended to thorn without delay."
THE REAL TEST.
Of Herplcide Is In Giving It a Trior
There Is only one test by which to
judge of tne emclency of any article
and that Is by Its ability- to do that
which It is intended to do. Many
nair vigors may Jook nlco nnd Binell
nice, but tlio point Is do they eradi
cato dandruff and stop' falling hair?
No, they do not, but Herplcide
does, because It goes to the root of
thu evil and kills the germ that at
tacks tho papilla from whence thu
hair gets Its life.
Letters from prominent people
everywhere are dally proving that
-fewbros Herplcide stands the "test
It Is a delightful dressing, clear
puro and free from oil or grease.
Sold by leading druggists. Send
10c In stamps for sample to the Her
plcide Co., Detroit, Mich. F. W
Schmidt & Co., special agents.
APPLIES TO PENDLETON.
F. X. Schempp
Proprl e t o r
Ratas 11.7ft. onrt
Per day. n.j., Mllon(
KTAKKS YOU TO
B. aRffi" "OCA .all.
How to Sell a Crop and
Still Have It.
Agteut inauy fanners rarr' their crops
for a long time after harvest waiting for
an advance In prlc. Those who need
money can get a large part of the value
of their crop out in money and still bold
the grain for an advance In the following
Supponr a farmer has 5,000 bushels of
wheat which he can sell at 6 cents a
bushel: let him sell it and receive Ij.jjo
in payment; then let him buy 5,000 bush,
els of May wheat and margin it 5 cents a
bushel. This will require $J5o.oo He
will then have tj.ooo to use as be sees 6t
If the price of May wheat goes up five
cents per bushet, he will make Jjothe
same as if he had held lib. 5,000 busheU of
wheat in his granary.
Yours for consideration,
IK Ikmiii..J. '
& li2Jrf,V" Bank bulldinr
lroke?."..Jtl1?A oi real 4tat
;"- .""'uess. PUTS tar.
fen uiittrtv4 CC.Ceilt ininmnM '
LaTg. a. tiAwn mu: Mone v Back IIP. Lal$ S
' d ?ofleetiS2i "ti? fl t Rheumatism. For Sale by
""e. room 10. 01 1 A. C. Koeppen & Bros. At-ts. for l'endrn.
B. E. Kennedy, Local Mgr.
Eugene Guard Takes up the Theme
ot the East Oregonlan.
Speaking of free mall delivery the
Eugene Guard says: "Tlio free mail
delivery system should bo extended
to every portion ot Eugene. Willi
in a radius of five or six blocks from
tho postofilco there Is a scope of tho
city, with flue residences, not sup
plied. Eugene Is growing rapidly
Is the cause of more discomfort than
any other ailment If you eat the
things that you want and that are
good for you, you are distressed. Ack
eri Dyspcpala Tablet will make
your digestion perfect and prevont
Dyspepsia and Its attendant disagree
able symptoms. You can safely eat
anything, at any time, If you take ono
of thes3 tablets afterward. Sold by
all (iriigtiKtH undtr a positive guar
antee. 25 cts. Money refunded If
you are not satisfied. Send to us for
a free sample. W. H. Hooker & Co..
Buffalo, N, T.
Mi SirtiM Capita
o Iht Bladder and Diseass
Oana qaU ros
aUr lk worst eases of
no mattorof how sous; atas4'
la Absolutely aaroiU-ss,
siaia py .araawiaas.
1.00, or by num. postpaid.
mi utnAunm to,
Solu by F. W. Schmidt A Co.
MEN ANB WOMEN.
Cm BKO for unnatural
irriutioas er alonrausaa
uttosuMan. el nioeoas raemBiso.1,
1 : .. rainieu. ana noi ssuvi;
lrHttwCHOiiMiCo. " poisonous.
Circular scut ou tiast,
Standard remedy lor Oloat.
Gonorrhota ono Runalags
IN 48 HOURS. Cures Kid
ney and Bladder Troubles.
Aarai oi tlie- flraMs llnnd.
"Ah unti(UltleH go nowadays, soys.
Harvey Sutherland In Altislee's, "the
brass hum! Ik a very undent Institution.
That 1h to uti y, lis inventor died In 18!M
lit the age of eighty. Thr-rc wore horn
before Adolphe Sax, to lie sure, but not
KUrli lioni ii we Imve now, for they
.could not piny every tune in every key,
T hey oould not even play a scale In uny
key. The very tlrsl band entirely taf
brass was organized in 18.-!.". and
doubt If any of the Instruments then
tised could tic played upon by modern
musicians without Kpeclal practice. It
Is only buck to 178,'t when a full regl
mental band of the Ilrltlsh urmy con
hUted of two oboes, twoN clarinets, two
horns uud two luiKhoons. It must have
hounded even funnier than Tennyson's
famiiUH vouibliintioii of 'tlule, violin mid
"How long 11 way we liui! come
(Inco 178a may be learned from the
ensemble of a llrt-t chits modern baud.
The inoili-ni hand of forty-two piece
has half us many oImh-k iiihI Liihxooiip
the aneleut band of eight piece, fcev
en times 11 h many clarinets and nine
times as many horns, to say nothing of
the saxaphnncM, which arc pun eluiiiiel
and part horn."
(Hid Drlnkluav Cups.
When every man got drunk and waa
proud of It In olden tiny, much Ingenu
ity was cxiKMided in the construction
of iueer and elaborate drinking vex
hels, and initiiy such nru yet to be
found In museums. eHeclally lu der
Oliu pretMU'Viil lu a lleilln museuui
rpresents Minim mouiiled 011 u taK
nnd Niirroiiuiletl by hoiiuda and hunts
men. The cup consists of the hollow
body of tho silver stag, the head of
which I removable. The piece stand
fourteen Indies high. It was madu at
Augxburg In I mo. it h also an auto
mobile propelled by clockwork conceal
cd In the base.
Trick cups which clmiclicil the unini
tiated were very popular. Another v
tlety cuUtnliiH wine ami water in fcp-
urate cotuiuirtiucut. The drinker who
did not kuow how to manage them
tilled his mouth with water, though tho
cup was nppureutly full of wine.
The glass with the lighting hares. In
the tuiiue museum, belonged to 1'rled-
rich Wilheliu I, The hail's represent
two of his mlnlsterK nnd Ihmjii rouipun.
Ion. New York Herald.
amd UNION IHCIFIC
Two Trains to tho East Dally
Throtieh I'ullmsn standird and Tourist sleen
lni5 ears daily to Omaha, Uhicaau; tourlsi
sinerins; ear cany 10 Kansas il'yi inrouai
rullmnn tourist leeplnu cars potsonally con
dueled) weekly to Chicago, Knsa IMlr, re-
cllnlnn rhalr cars tsran tf In the Ksst dally
Dinar TInio Soheilulo ahsivi
ros Iimiu I'emllotoii raov
Portland Portland Special No. t The Kail
d :10 am H:uOa.lii.
Chtraco Chicago Special No 3 Portland
6A)pm SU0 pin
Portland Mall and Express No.S The Kat
laiism 1 M a la
The lt Mall ai'il Fpron No. Portland
i HQ a m I'.lon n
IPendleton Pasaengor Bpokan.
No. 7 :Upa
Bpoksne Spokane Passenger
S-.l.Sam No. s
I'andieton Branch , ..
Mlsed Train No 41 10 P
a-iimn. Walla Walla Branch
Ocean and River Schedule."
AH sailing dates sub-a-no'n
m )ect tochanno. ji .
s)p. m. rorSanFrsnclco M'-n.
Ball every i days.
Sunday Columbia ltlvcr iMt,
8Mp m. ToAHtnrla tnd Way Sunda)
Boats leavo Portland dally, except Snuds)
'stage- of water permitting) for Willamette- anr
Yamhill Itlver points,
Ktparta Bnake Itlver Lewtitor
t'i.m Rlparla to Lewiston 7XX). m
Excpt Mnn Excpt M01
K. F. WAMHLKY, Agent, Pendleton
Chicago, St Paul, St. Louis, Kan
sas City, St. Joseph, Omaha and
All Points East and Sooth
Portland and point
on the Sound
Arrive at Pendleton Monday, Wednei
day and Friday, 1.45 p. m. Tue
day, Thursday and Saturday, 11.45
Leave Pendleton, 7 p. m.
Leave Walla Walla dallv.east bound, II Ml p. m
Arrive Walla Walladally, west bound, 10:14 a. m
For Information regarding rates and accom-
uoasnons, cuu on or aaareis
W. ADAMH, Agent
II, CALDKRIIEAI), l. P. A..
Walla Walla, Washington.
VAN DRAN BROS., Props.
The Best Hotel in Pendletoa
and as good as any.
The Hotel Pendleton has just
been refitted and refurnished
uiroiiL'hout. Phone and fire
alarm connections with all rooms.
Baths in suites and single rocms.
Headquarters Tor Traveling Men
Commodious Sample Hooms.
Rates $2 & $2.50
Bpeeliil rates liy week or month
Prompt IMnliinrooin .service.
Bar and billiard room lu connection
Only Three Blocks from Depot
GOLDEN RULE HOTEL
Corner Court and ,lobnon Streets,
M. F. Kolly, Proprlotor.
Walla Walla Fruit Fair, Walla Walla,
September 28 to October 4, 1903.
For the above occasion tlio O. R. &
N. makes a special rato ot 1 tor tho
round trip. Tickets on salo October
4th, limit to return tlio uuuio day on
a special train leaving Walla Walla
about 10:30 p. in. For particulars,
call on or address P. Watusloy,
Colonel J.owla C. Oarrlogus, ot
Portland, has boon commissioned to
organize camps of Confederate vet
erans throughout Oregon, and will
beglu his work at nn early date,
Pullman Sleeping Gtr,
Elegant Dining Cars,
Tourist Sleeping Can.
r sr. PAUL
TO I GRAND FORK
THROUGH TICKETS TO
and all polnU Kasit and Hoatti
fkisuh ttekats sa Jims ui Oklna. u.
luwss mam siorutta rasiso smaauaip vs
IraiiiilsaT raadlstoa dall; tioaai Issitaf
al 7O0 r. ss.
tor lanaar lntsrssatlon, tlssa sards, saaaa)
aad UeksU,aallaa t writ W. AaUaas,S-
' Third aad Marxism aw., IrUaa4. .
We keep nothing but pure 1
natural Ice, frozen from pure, ,
clear mountain water. It goes
farther and lasts longer than 1
artificial lco, All wo ask Is an
unprejudiced trial of our ice.
Why not order a case ot the
celebrated Schlltz, A. B. C, or
Gambxlnus for your Sunday
'l'liono your order to Main
HEATED BY STEAM
LIGHTED BY ELECTRICITY
Amurlcmi 1'liin, rHiostjil.i.'O toW.no
Kiii-nponii l'liill. r.Oe. 7T.O. 91.00.
HIH'olnl l'utKM tiy week or tiiontli.
Free 'bus meets all trains'
Commercial trade solicited
Fine sample rooms
Special Attention Given Couutrjr Trae
CORNER MAIN AND WEBB ST8.
GEO. DAnVEAU. Prop.
Block and a) half Iron depot:;
Saaaple room In connection.
SOo, 75c, $1.M
Asaarlcaa rlau. It tier da aad auvaia
lladattartcrs fortourista aud comanaMlal tra.
alrrs. Hprrial rates madt to faailllsa aad siagia
gtallcmca. The maasctaasat will fa tilnisi
al all liasss to show rooms aad firs prices. 4.
aaedsra TurkUk batbcsubliskmcatla lbkess.
II. c. lowass, Maaatrf ,
When You Order
you are on re of two thing.
let. You can't get an good for
2nd. You can't get better at
Low price la ait argument no
real aateatuau catea to use.
It la the beat evidence that ilia
goods are weak on quality and
fiuallty la remembered loug after
price is forgotten,
The quality of our brand given
us the biggest biscuit business ou
It will do as much for you,
Standard Grocery Co,
Net n any Trust 3)6 Court Straot