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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, MONDAY, JANUARY 41904
C&tds and Societies
ND TRADES, ALPHABETTICALLY ARRANGED,
ID. D.S troubles, ca
I", fmplrl bearing.
I "J S refractive er-
I"- .' Office In ''"Id
OffW. "'ck 14,1 !
lioOU IT ASSOCIA-
v,.. Dim .
J AM ICS A. PUB,
LAW OPFICB IN JUDl)
iir:i.Lti.it. attokney at law
Pendleton. Oregon. A1 I.AW,
AMONG THE EXCHANGES OF
THE INLAND EMPIRE
Ik lt-rr"rT . " '"'
' Offlce In Savins ni Juu. AT LAW-
CVRnrt. W&l-.BNBrB AT
. .,iUlia 1JM, minding.
I "T mii vu a
iAsU' JlanoaiMI nf
l. corner Moid and
!.; hempen (jmirt
,BIa I0 er-
S , ixm
Sndd building, roonil
. mil (aGlnnCI
"nn. ""'.'."i"-. "wren., oi.-f.ce
IIIINItY J HEAN, ATTORNEY AT LAW.
jsoclatlOD bock, Pendleton Orn?
o j i-iiiiiui; ATTOItNUVa AT
law. Mr. Stlllmnn has been admlttM to
practice In In tort k,q,. ...... "E". lo
and ninltes a specialty of patent aw
blocT ' " " 1S locution
0. P. O. ELKS, PENDLETON LODGE so.VK
I.egular meetings r.rst and third lhnrsaari
Eextist office in
Kwtie red Mil
iTIST OFFICE IN AS-
Irtr Scumiai new ""s
GRAOTATi: OF TUB
t. I'niioiro. I.denburgb,
ItOTmcut veterinary In-
L on scientific prlnc!-
hotel Pendleton uem-
hlaS-uK. I C. McKABB
BANK OF ATHENA.
-,iifM)- surplus and
ktarMt on time leioltH.
ad domeitlc exchange.
If tttnded to. Henry
f; 1 J. itn-i'11-"
, cnler . I M Kemp,
IiAXK OF WESTON,
DnM a tzeneral bank-
limn Iwuslit and nold.
fir imnded to. It. Jam
'e. ! Itl..,nl
E. Kllcore. casliler: dl.
IrttntD. 31 M Jifbiis, T
Irair, J F Kllsore, Itob-
klX RAVINOP HANK,
0mnl2ed Marcu 1,
Elw.lwll BUrpluu. fldU,
rnl on all time denoBltft.
tad nold on all prlncliml
nwtion Riven lo cuiiec-
irnwn, president J
It T J MorrlH. raxliler;
IL BANK or i'i:.Di.i:
I4.W0- aurnlu). ,'.i.i.iiiiu.
nl banking biiKlnesa. Ex-
npnlc transiera fcolcl on
icuco. ew lore ana
i the Northnest Drafts
EJipan nod Etiroe. Makea
table term. i.eTi ad-
f Matlock. Tlce-nresl.
I. rubier II J Johnson,
IS AND BUILDERS.
TuCIIlTECl- AND NU
HikM rumnlete and relln-
la the city or couu-
. COSTKACTOItS AND
ptes furnlnhed uu short
r ieclalty I'rompt
Blnl tret, near Main.
ITUITOI! AN DIUIILI).
lornisaed on all kinds
Itt ftalka. atone wntlfl. etc.
(Eut Oregonlan ofDce.
utoclatlou Mock, Feu.
IrUSTlliINC AND CE.
rlM a ijiieclalty. Ea
fret. Wnrlr miarni.lndjl
IWley li Zehner'i clear
i u, rax Jul
WIXOTON HAS run-
oouae at C20 Garden
"I be glad to 8e her
rOWK. 813 THOMPSON
jUltehted rooms. All
Ufltrallv If-ntul n.ni
llwrt trect Hates rea-
IWUXKR ALTA AND
fi by the day or weak.
L Neff, prop, l-endleton
L. Neff. tiro
. tKAnivn irmtD, 11
V ll.W) per day. U, P.
the Hotel Hellt. Oood
"" H. B Ulcharda,
.MENS ItESOItT YOU AUE INVITED.
1 TIM fOflrllnrv tru-.ni tk 1
- .... n i4. ii u j uot jojd ana
cct the auTttBtace of free bath, use of
rludluff llhrnry and reading room? Terms,
tfvia hum UlL U U1UUIII UUC8,
DAMON LODGE NO 4 MEETS EVEItY
Monday evenlne In Secret Society hall,
l.allow block, at Pendleton, Ore. It. W.
Fletcher, K. It. S. ; J. Keyes, C. C.
LIVERY AND FEED STABLES.
OLD DUTCH riENRY FEED YAHD. C01U
Vioit Alta and Ltllith itreetj 8. A. AUc
way, prop Lario, comfortable Halln. Plenty
of feed. Ilonci given careful atuntlon.
COMMERCIAL STBLES0. M. FROOME,
Prop. Fine borne!, good rlim, bent care given
HBu,n..iii,iucnl vpp jioiei i-enuietou. fnone
THE CITY LIVEKY, nOAItD AND SALE
Stable. Carney JL Kennedy, pr-iprletorp, for
fine turnouts. Stock boarded at reason
able raves. Stible, lis Altu rtt. Pooue MaluJOl
V STItOIiI.E, DEALEI! IN SECOND-
HHnii goous. ir there is anything you
need In new and secondhand furniture,
stoves, gxunltewnre nnd crockery, cull and
got his prices. No. 212 Court street.
GEIIDANE & McllltOOM. PAWNISUOK
ers and secnud hand dealers, have moved
to the new Melarkey bulldlnc. on West
Couit street. Goods bought and sold.
FOR KENT - FURNlSflEn AND UNFU11
nlshed r loon. Clean quiet place. 801 South
NEAT. CLEAN, WELL KEPT FUKNWIED
Kooini to rent. Aell loc tied Mrs. Strahou,
fW Wuler street; cor Johnsou.
FOR KENT -GOOD FRONT BOOM, SUITABLE
for two gentlemen or two laJies. Call at CIO
Coyotes Are Increaslrifj.
William Parker, deputy stock In.
SPeCtOT for Raker mrnilv In snnfil'lnr
of tho stock business In his county,
t3aia to me Blue Mountain Eagle tlu
"The repeal ot tho scalp bounty law
has worked a great hardship upon tho
stock raisers of this part of Oregon.
The coyotes have already increased
pcrecptib.ly and are becoming very
bold. I noticed the other day H7 ot
them in one field, and they have kill
ed 19 pigs and Innumerable chickens
that I know of upon one ranch alone,
it something is not done, these pests
will soon overrun tho whole country.
In the opinion of myself and other
stockmen the repeal of'the bounty act
was a mistake.
"I start out in a few days to make
a detailed Inspection of the flocks and
herds in Raker county. I expect 'o
find the most of them in healthy con
dition nil thrnilph tha nnnntv Tltrt
mild weather up to the present time
has lengthened out f- '
and I believe there is now a plentiful
SUDIllv Of hav In rarrv nit dnrL-
through tho winter in good shape."
Apples Frozen In the Orchard.
Over 2,000 bushels ot apples were
frozen at the big orchard of D. n.
Hinehart, the owner being unable to
gather and store them in his cellar
Liforo the cold weather came in No
vember. A larger number of teams
camo in from Harney county after
iruit this fall, in'xfact a larger number
than came during previous years.
Owing to a shortage of fruit else
where, the most of these teams came
to Mr, TUnehart for fruit. To load
them as promptly as they desired, It
took most of his employes off from tlw
work of gathering and storing t
fruit in the cellars, hence when the
freezing weather ot November came,
fully 2,000 busheU of choice apples
had not been gathered in. Mr. Rlne
hart had a very large crop of fruit
during the past seabon, and as it ivas
gathered and cared for between C.000
to 8,000 busnels of apples. He has
the largest orehaid in the county and
when an ordinary crop is grown he
could supply with fruit almost half ot
Grant county Grant County News.
months ago that the representatives
of tho Salvation Army bought for
about 6,000 the property at tho
northeast eotner ot First avenue anil
Wnsliiiiston street from W, J. Wilson.
Plans have Uen prepared for the pro
,iosed btiucti.ie. Tho army proposed
to have a latgo auditorium, a smaller
room lot services and storo rooms
nnd offices of tho province on Mo
first floor. The two upper floors were
to bo used as a hotel under army can
trol. Spoke sman-Hovlow.
Celestial Wins Automobile.
Weo Chung, a resident of Wnlhilu,
was tho happiest Chinaman In Wnlla
Walla today. In searching through
his pockets ho discovered that he held
tho winning ticket for the automobile
given away by the Whitehouso Cloth
ing company New Year's day. Chung
immediately made his way to tho
store and with a happy smllo plnylns
over his wide Mongolian features in
formed tho management of his win.
Chung was asked what he was go.
Ing to do. with tho machine. "Oh, I
no want it. I sell It. How much you
give?" he carefully inquired. A ly
standor in a spirit of fun offered him
$400, but Chung showed his Oriental
wisdom and scornfully refused tho of
fer. "I sell 'em for $800. Think tint
heap cheap." Walla Walla Statesman.
Converted Into Beer.
Columbia county barley Is. rapidly
lmlng phipped to tidewater, every tin;'
a large number of carloads go out.
On the O. 11. & N. since Sunday last
over 35 carloads have gone out, most
ly to Alblna, which is doubtless for
export. Yesterday a train of empty
oars went up the Turner branch for
loading. These will doubtless go o
tho sound, Tho firms who do most
of the shipping are Corbett Ilros.,
Kerr, Glffon. & Co., the Portland .Mill
company and C. J. Broughton. II h
been estimated that about half of
last season's crop has been sold.
Most of the grain shipped so far lias
been stored on tuo Turner line, though
same ha" been taken from the ware
houses In this city and at I.ongs,
The Trust Will Have Its Way.
A jury of 12 good Spokaue mon will
be asked to decide which is beUer'
for the city a $200,000 business
structure, hotel and street railway de-i
pot or a Salvation Army barracks, '
auditorium and army hotel. Tho ,
Coeur d'AIene & Spokane Hallway
company, limited, is to institute pro
ceedings in the superior court to con-:
demn for depot purposes tho First '
avc!'.u property bought by the Salva
ti'in At my as a site for a proposd
army structure, It was about six
Walla Walla Butter Output.
The four creameries operating In
Walla Walla county this year produc
ed 204,400 pounds of butter. A very
large amount of butter is mado at
what is known as "individual cream
eries," or by farmers having individ
ual separators and who make their
butter according to the latest improv
ed scientific methods. Making the
butter in this way permits any farm
er to have his butter marked with tho
state brand of the "Washington
Creamery Butter," provided It is made
by the cotrect methods. Walla Wala
WANTE D Waitress at Hotel Pendleton.
WANTEC -A BELL BOY AT HOTEL PEN.
dleton. Apply at Hotel office.
WHEAT GOES UP AT THE
PROSPECT OF WAR
LOST ON THE 8TKEET, I1ED CliOCHLTED
circular Shaul. Finder kindly return lo
FOR SALE -TWO OOOD FKESU MILCH
...... 1, , . u .. .. , an A . l.l,r
Tacholla, caxe Htatlon
F. . MEKI'.ILL, SPOKANE, WASH., A(!T.,
Densmore. Hecoud band mucnlnes, supplies
IVK DYE TO LIVE. HAVE VOUK CLOTHES
... - ..jt rn.i .n a imuiin tt f ti
City Sioum Cleaning and Dyeing ttorks, Co.
Aim. i uuuu nuu
W.M. F YOIINKA WILL PAY PEOMIT
iitteutlon to all sales and posting bills.
Correspondence solicited. Commission rea
sonable. P 0, box 2U6, I'endleton.
DRESS MAKING. CUTTING AND FITTING A
miM-latiT. pmmni work. Satisfaction guar
anteed. Miss R. Whitley, W2 Main street.
ANNUAL STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING,
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice il
hereby ifiven that the regular annual stock
holders' meeting ol the Uolcoi'da t oniolid-mt-A
Uli,., rvtmnanv will be held at the
offlce of the company In we Pendleton t-avingi
Bank building. Pendleton. Oregon, at In
o'elock A. M. on Tuesday, January 'i' !
such annual meotlntt an hlectlon will be held
lor the election oi uirecw, u .
poratlon and all other and genera I bus ness
pertalnlus; to theaffalrs of the company will be
transacted that may come bsfore such meat-
Dated December 9U, 190:1
J, If. KALEY
Ijjwr , ' COMPANY
i sSff.u .f "He o all
rt,,out. Loans on city
M nli Ma ""'I "II
1 TV? general bro-
i, .:,:'i itr.SENTS tup.
R"" Office with
r'Ultv ,fi LAND COM
Erooi to. "euom
I ln "won in con.
LIMB FROM LIMB,
-Well Known Pendleton Man Tell
About Physical Torture.
The rack, the gairote and other
fiendish torturing machines of tu
.... . . Kn nhvnlr-fl.1
miuute gea nave
torture has not. A prominent Pen-
.n,nn il.o talta linnr he WAS tor
lured and how he. escaped.
D. W. Cook, 70 years old and re-
. - i....lana nAV IiV
lireu Jrom acu uui. -
lug on. Main .street, says: The dull,
tlroesing. pain -In the small of my
btck felt as if two giants were i tcar
Ing we apart and at times I felt so
nilrierablo that I could not stand I or
walk and was confined to my W.
Urluury weakness sot In, espoda
at night, and I was falling physically
"very lay? At this tlroo I happened
to Sad an ad. about Doan's Kidney
Pills and was mue'.i liiiptMsed wltli
he sincerity ot the i3tlmo.i'Bl. wblcn
was much similar to the one I am
making now. I got a box of pills at
tho Brock & McComas Co. drug store
and they helped me so that I contin
ue using them until I had taken Mir.
oral boxes. Then I cou d eat jleep
and got around again wi bout suller
ing the least bit of physical pain. I
cnilorso all of tho claims made for
Doan's KIdnex Pills. p . 50
For salo by all dealers. Pce
cfiiita ner box. Ioster-Mllbtirn Co..
Buffalo! N. V., sole agents for the
United Statos. n.,5
Kemembcr the name-DOAN S
nnd take no other.
Chicago Market Situation Feverish
and Disturbed Prospect of Russo
Japanese Clash Causes Sharp Ad
vances in Price of Alt the Cereals
May Pork Also Advances.
f'Mr, n Ian J Tlu p?,tfltn!St nv.
cltement iu months in the wheat
market was experienced today in sen
bational responses to tho news from j
the far East. The market closed an
hour earner thau usual, and the cur
tailment of working time became an
I.ard 70c 5 pounds; $1.40 10 pounds.
Carrots, 2c per lb.
Potatoes, lc per lb,
.Garh , 10c pr lb.
Cabbage, 3c per pound.
Beets, 10 lbs. 25c.
Onions, 3c per pound.
Parsnip, lu ILs. 25c.
Celery, 10c bunch, 3 bunches 25c.
Lettuce, hothouse, Cc bunch.
Kraut, 10c quart, 40c gallon.
Mince meat, 12V4c per pound.
Poiicorn, shelled, 8 1-3 cents per
pound, on cob, 5 cents per pound.
Bananas, 40c dozen.
Apples, 75c0$l per box,
Lemons, 40c doz.
Oranges, 40-50c doz.
Cranberries, lDc per quart.
In the speculative
The effect on prices was marked, (
May wheat closing with a net gain .f .
3',i over Thursday's close and July
at an advance of 33. The
drop in British consuls' was the spark j
which, flung in the inidBt of pessi-l
tnletie advices from European capi-J
tils, set the speculative tinder afire.)
The market became so big that It wad ,
almost impossible to keep track oft
it. The general public Interested In
the cereal made an effort to cover,,
and naturally found very little on tho
market even at the advance.
At the height of tho excitement
May touched 7, and, although at
this price shorts securel large quan
tities, tho close was only 4c lower
than the top at 87V4c July,, from Its
bottom prico of 80c, rose by leaps
and bounds to 82&c, and closed IVt
3c over Thursday's close at 82
The corn market also advanced
el'arplyJn sympathy, and oats also,
although In a less degree. Provisions
also were affected, May pork lead
ing the advance with a gain of 67MjC.
Close: January, 83-Jlc; May, 87c,
July, 82lfA3'82Vic: September, 80c.
Corn January, 43c: May, 47 &
47?i,c; July. 47V447c; Septembers1
Oats January, 3Go; May. SSr;
RETAIL GROCERY PRICES.
Coffee .ocho and Java, best, 40c
per II).: next graae. .soc per iu; lowtr
grades, coffee, 25c to 15c per lb.;
n.KtiN coffee. 20c tier lb.. 3 pack
ages for 50c.
nice Best head rice, 12c per
lb,; next grade, 10c per lb.
Sugar Cane granulated, best $0.50
per sack: do 13 uu $l.
Salt Coarse, $1.10 per 100; table,
$2.50 per 100.
iiour li. i per uanei; wai
ters' $4 per barrel, $1.10 per sack,
Bacou 1418c per lb.
Ham 1718c per lb.
Coal oil $1,C5 for 5 gallons, $3,ii
LIVESTOCK AND POULTRY.
The following prices are paid by
dealers t the producer:
Chickens Hens, 7c; $304 per doz
eu; roosters, 4 to C cents.
Geese, per dozen, $9.
Ducks, per dozen, $3.6004.
Butter, 00 76c, good.
Eggs, fresh, 40c.
CHOICE 3EEF CATTLE, ET1
Hogs live, 4VjC(6c.
Hogs, dressed, 6 07c.
Veal, dressed, 6G7c.
HAY AND FEED.
Chop barley; $22.50 per ton; 1 Vic
Chopped wheat, $1.40 per 100.
Bran, 60 cents per sack.
Shorts, $1 per sack.
Oats, Vt cents per lb.
Alfalfa, loose, $12 per too.
Wheat,, .loose, per ton, $12.
Timothy, baled, per ton, $20.
LOCAL HIDE MARKET,
The following are the prevailing
average prices for hides In this mar
ket; beef, green, 4c per lb.; boet,
dry. 10GI2Vic; mink, COc each,
with a possibility of $1 each If tue
size is good and tho condition prime;
coyote, 507Cc; bear skins, accoid-
Ing to quality and size, from v1 to
$15; coou. 35QM0c; horse, $11.25;
sheep, green, Cc; sheep dry, 7'6c;
lynx or bob cut, 15 0 30; skunk, 25c,
badger, 15 0 30.
Mokl Tea Positively Cures Sick
Headache, Indigestion and Constlpa.
tlon. A delightful uerb drink. Re
moves all eruptious of the skin, pro
ducing a porfect complexion or money
refunded. 25c. and COs, For sale by
F. W. Schmidt ii Co.
A word to the wise might bo sulll
(Iff H Jf'tl roi:'(l only get It in iu
them but that's the trouble with the
ad union Pacific
Two Trains to tho East Daily
Through Pullman standard and Tourist sleep
Ing cars dally to Omaha, Chicago; tourist
sleeping car aally to Kansas City! throogb
Pullman tourist sleeping cart personally con
ducted) weakly to Chicago, Kansas City, re
clining chair cars (seat) free) to tho East dally.
vi U0 am
1:ij a m
1:1. a m
!:iu a m
4 :le p m
Tortland Special No. 1
Chicago Special No. 1
Mall and Express No. 5
Mall and Express No. 6
Mixed Train No. 41
Walla Walla Branch
Mixed Train No. U
6::d p m
12 '.'Si 111
l ;ti p in
No 7 connects with No. 2.
I Only.w alts for No 1 in case No. 1 Is late
not later than ftu minutes.
No. 42 connects with No, 2,
Ocean and River Schedule.
S W p. m.
10:00 p m
AH salting dates sub
ject lo chance.
Far Saa Francisco
Sail every 5 days.
To Astoria and Way
4aU p. rc,
Boats leave Portland dally, except Suodtr
stage ol water permitting) for Wlllametto an
Yamhill River points.
Rtparla Bnake River
4:0", a. m. Rlparla to Lcwlston
7 :00 a. u
r. V. WAM8LEY, Agent, Pendlaton.
Chicago, St Paul, St. Louis, Kan
sas City, St. Joseph, Omaha and
All Points East and Sontb
Portland aad points
on the Sooacf
Arrive at Pendleton Monday, Wednes
day and Friday, 1.45 p. m. Tues
day, Thursday and Saturday, 11.45
Leave Pendleton, 7 p. m.
Leave (Valla Walla datly.east bound. 11 :0O p, m
Arrive Walla Wa;:: daily, west bound, 10:46 a, m
For Information regarding rates and accvm
modatlons, call on oraddress
W, ADAMS, Agent
g. R CALDKBHEAI), G. P. A.,
walla waua, vtsimiifioo.
Pullman Sleeplug Cam,
Elegant Dining Cars,
Tourist Sleeping Cars.
and all points East and Houtb
ihrowh tlcseu to Japan aad Chins, via
Taoosu and Mortnsrn PactDe Steamsklp 4'-a.
and Anerican line.
lialnsleava Pendleton dally except Saasav
at 7s00 p. la.
for farther Informattoo, time cards, sum
and ticket, cU on or write W, Adams, Pea.
dleton, Oregon, or A. D. Oli ABLTOK,
TAira ana ssomson dis i-oruano, ire.
full to cure Rheumatism. For Sale by
C, Koeppeti & Uros. AkU, for I'endrti.
VAN DRAN BROS., Props.
The Best Hotel La Pendi!toi
and as (ood as any.
jfieW. - "ia"
The Hotel I'endleton has jusl
been related and refurnished
throughout. Phone and fire
alarm connections with all rooms.
Baths in suites and singlo rocas.
Headquartors for Traveling Mas
Commodious Sample Rooms.
Rates $2 & $2,50
Special rates by week or month
Prompt Dlnlngroom service.
Bar and billiard room InoonneotUi
Only Three Blocks from Depot
CORNER MAIN AND WEBB ST8.
GEO. DARVEAU, Prop.
Block and a half from depot.
Sample room In connection.
50c, 75o, $1,0C
THE HOTEL BICKERS
(Formerly Golden Rulej
Itemodolcd and refurnished through
out. Everything neat, clean nasi up-to-dolo.
Steam heat and electric
lights. Ilest cuisine. Prompt service,
H. E. BICKERS, Profs
American flaa, j per day sad ispaeafl.
Head4arters far totirfcu and coraanctcial tra
tiers. Special rates made to fasattlea aad rlagSS
gentletacB. The saaaagemcnl will be llisssa
at alt tlases lo show roeaaa and give prices, a
saotWra Turkish bath eaUbUshsasat la Ike ham.
II. c. nowaas, Maaann,
make your leisure
'alleys, lool, billiards
anil shootlnK gallery, Kverr-
liiHiK lirsi-ciass. A
THMI'ERANCE ltKKItlCSH T
MKN'PB ami cigars. Musical T
fiilerlalmneiit every evening. i
Robinson's Parlors I
Under W, & 0, Depot. 1
MANHOOD RESTORED "CUPIDEMP
1 tHJC JUS( II
Tli! ivriiit ViiLCial1o VIU1!mt. the urculi'tlOQ of a faiuoui FreoUk pbTilctan. wtl
aultkly c-ureou of ullncrvuus ord-keuii'of luoKeuerutlvourKaiif.tuoUiui
litnl, InaiMunlu. l'ulnst lit lh HhcU, tVrinliml KmUblpna. yuu Ikr.V1111.1.
Jlnilf. UuU(ur lo many, i;iiuiiaiiu Jiruu
pUtlUUe ItsvlOpK Hll luhM Olf tTjJf Of Ulutit. I'reiUlll U H
toixxTiiiit'orrutu una uu tuu uwrun u iiji,uivui,-ji
akhuiiatluti Jlruli. Vurlcocs uuJ C'uuvltV
uriir, wuirii n tyw vuwucm iu-vu
cuImiiI'.m; cleunuis the
llIUi:MJ treiiittbcua aad restore. Tho r.Hwi Biflrn'r ur not curou bf iloutwi
in. riMr cent, uru troubled with l'rukCulltu. CUIMDKM! U Iho only kuown rmwr
u ttiu cjiKMiitluu. CXOUUMlniuniul. A wrlttt?uuarutiugiveunct money rriunimii i
li widuiJuiumft tt (H' rmncnt ctiri". KI.mo. bait Hi tor fX) 0 inuu. , Psa wreuwi
Sold by Tallman & Co., Druggist.