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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, TUESDAY, JANUARYS, 1904.
Cards and Societies
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l ZTnK MAliY I. EQUI,
t"tT. n lisi Residence
5' "'Ji, Ofllcc In Jnil'l
e. d. noi'D, ATTonknt at law"
Court street. '"
f" KNNl'lHt. ATrOUNRY AT LAW
l'CUd etOU. Oleffm. 1 I.AVf,
AMONG THE EXCHANGES OF
THE INLAND EMPIRE
11ALLEIIAV & McCOUItT. LAWYEni aq.
soclntlon building. w"uhBS' AS-
N. ItRItKnLKY. ATTORNEY AT t" in
Otflce In fiavlnga Hank biildlngT '
nu ROOM 17 awhiiuiv
ftpboie main :! ; reI-
Jrtce itione, main 1411 ;
K corner M In and
E(t 'uliouc. main 7'Jl ;
. nniiXIl OSTEOPATH.
Loo iircci. butwieii
IW, PHYSICIAN AND
CAKTKIl ft ItAI,I5Y, ATTORNEYS AT
law. Ofllce In Bavlnga Dank building.
"nJL C-HVilt LAWYER. OFFICE
o, oanociauon nuiiding.
HUNKY J I1EAN, ATTORNEY AT LAY
-HJOdntlon b ock, Pendleton Ornirnn
KTILLMAN ft llEUCE, ATTORNEYS AT
Invv. Mr. Stlllman Ims been "admitted to
practice In United States patent officer,
and makes n apeclalty of patent law
l ooms 1U, 11. la and , 1 Aaaoclatlon
II. P. O. KI.KS. PENDLETON L IDGE, NO. Sth
nl.t'?h?n.?!!Ung,l,t,I"1 ,nlrd Thursday,
ol'oach mouth. All brothea vis'tlng In the
city most cordially Invited to attend. Hall In
I, V u "i ., " a. iiartman,
Hr K. R., c. E. Benn, Secretary.
DENTIST. OITICK IN
KT18T OIHUU i no-
onr Schmidt's new drug
f GRADUATE OF TIIR
n College, i:ueniiiirgu,
ittrnment veterinary In
strict, II. C All domes
si on scientific prlnci
Frofni's atable. Mnln
Totel Pendleton. Itesl-
. J.'O.ouO, surpluH nnd
nri nnmMi I' PXCIIIIIICU.
, MilllT, 31, Kemp,
Does a general bank
auenueu in. u. uuiu
! hllirnrp- rnMinnr III.
Ursanued March 1,
nn nil iinin iioikmiih.
i ioiu on n i nrinciiiui
: T i, Morris, cashier ;
RANK 01' PEXDI.i:
.r; surplus, f
banking business. lit-
aic iransiprR maim nn
luura. .,ir inri- inn
A". Northwest Drafts
f Matlock, vlci.-nresi.
MEN'S HI3SOKT- YOU AKE INVITED.
I' roe reading room. Why not Join and
get thi ntlvnntnge of free bath, use of
punching; bag nnd other equipments. In
cluding library and rending room? Terms,
SJ1.00 to Join and BOc a month dues.
Sunday School In Police Court.
That tho Sunday-schools or Spo
kane aro woll attendftd Is well known
to everyone, but It Is not known that
services aro hold in places outside if
a t" '"r "hitrch. For tho past two
Sundays many llttlo tots have as
sembled in the city police court to
hold their Sunday school services.
Thpy are accompanied by a young
lady, who thinks it perfectly proper
to hold tho school In court. Tho llt
tlo ones, from 7 to 11 years old,
range themselves In tho seats before
tho ratline;, tho teacher stands on tho
other side, and tho llttlo minds know
nothing; of events that go on during
the other six days In tho week.
Judge Hlnkle was pleased when ho
heard that ho was having competi
tion, not in the way of shokels, but
In doing good for tho classes. If ".
could bo nrrangfd to hold Sunday
school without disturbing tho court,
perhaps the judge would havo less to
do In his judicial capacity. Spokane
DAMON LODGE NO -J MEETS EVEIIY
Monday evening In Secret Society hall,
LnDow block, ut I'endleton, Ore. It. Y.
Fletcher, K. It. 8. 1 V. J. Kcyes, C. C.
LIVERY AND FEED STABLES.
OLD DUTCH HENRY I'EED YAKD. COU.
Won Alta and Llllith utreeU H. A. Alio,
way, prop. Lar-x, comfortable Halls. Plenty
of feed. Hones given careful attention.
COMMERCIAL KTIIJLES-O, M. FROOME,
Prop. K,ne hordes, good rlirs, bent care given
transient slock. Opp Hotel Pendleton. Phone
THE CITY LIVEIIY. 1JOAUD AND SALE
Stable. CHrn-.y & Kennedy, pr 'prletors for
fine ttirnouta. Stock boarded ut reason
able rales. Hublo, lib AltaH. Pnone Main itil
V STI10I1LE, DEALEIt IN SECOND
blind goods. If there Is anything you
need In new nnd second-hand furniture,
stoves, grnnltewnrc nnd crockery, call and
get his prices. No. all! Court street.
OUItDANU & JMcIIKOOM, I'AWKMIOK
ers und second-hnnfl dealers, have moved
to the new Melnrkey building, on West
uourt street, uoous uougnt and sola.
War Will Raise Beef Prices.
It's an ill wind that blows good to
nobody, is an old saying, nnd, while
It Is distressing to see war in any
part of the world and between na
tions which ought to bo friends, yet
;t is a fact that if actual hostilities
begin between' Japan and Hussla, as
was reported to bo the caso yoster
tlay, tho stockmen and ranchers of
Eastern Oregon will greatly benefit
by the war. Those who have studd-i
tht5 situation and all of tho intima
tions from Washington point to the
additional fact that tho United States
will havo a hand in the fracas and"
the Pacific coast soldiers and militia
will be the first ones called upon for
Bervico. This past fall tho stockmen
of Eastern Oregon were unable to
sell their stock at what they consid
ered fair prices and most of them de
cided to hold over and feed during
tho winter. The" winter has so far,
very fortunately, been a mild one,
and if should there now be war tho3o
who hold their stock would bo able
to command fair prices for It. 13a
Kur City Democrat.
perceived. Tho patient Is resting
easily and will probably recover.
Mr. Itathjens attempted to commit
sulcldo by shooting himself In tho
head, and it was thought at the time
that tho bait did not lodgo In tho
sKuii, out that It glanced off. Upon
nn examination Dr. Moore Immedia
tely decided that this impression was
an erroneous one. Spokesman-Re
FOR RENT FURNISHED AND I1NFUK-
nlihed r.ioms. Cean quiet place. SOI South
NEAT, CLEAN, WELL KEPT FURNISHED
Rooms to rent. Well Incited Mrs. Strahou.
sirj water street; cor. jonuson.
FOR RENT -GOOD FRON T ROOM, SUITABLE
lor two gentlemen or two ladles Call at CIO
n mow street.
f'f'lIlTr.,-'l a Ltn
a la the city or cuun
raUhrt on all kin. la
t Orfgonlau ofllcc.
..-.m wivvfk, C CT
'tiki A fm.wln1tP IVq-
tZ?,. wmij. All
imtwi i ta-
J Tbe day or weuk-
v Pp. Pendlfltoo
lli ""A-Ui-U in
-wwi iieiir. flnnH
f.. 'SPJ18 0.- vlty
hws . "1 Wl ll
hi.. -r HUH n..Al
utu -.!' com,
n. vi land hi
n "i wo pit.
WANTED Waitress at Hotel Peuillelon
WANTEP -A HEM. BOY AT HOTEL PJEN
dleton. A ply at Hotel office.
WANTED AD.VF.UTlSEItS TO MAKE
use of these classified columns. If yuu
have something you have no use for, offer
IU llliue It lor HtlineilllllK lliHl buiui; uliiv-i
body may have aud have no use for, some
thing that you may need In your business.
Vuy may have nn eitra horse that you
may wish to trade for a cow or a vehicle.
Somebody may have tho cow und chicle
nnil wnnt the horse, lfic or i!5c want ad
will probably do the business.
FOR BALE TWO GOOD FRESH MII.Cn
urns. i Jersey, ) and 9 yeats old. Peter
TaclmlU, Baxe Station,
rrBMEltUILL, SPOKANE WASH., A(1T
Deusmoro. Second hand machlutrf, supplies
rent, repairs. "
WK DYE 10 LIVE.- HAVE Yl'R CLOTHES
auouged aud pressed for II Ai) a inoutn, at Hie
City Btenm Cleaning and Dyeing Works, 6u7
W. Altu. Phone Red 321.
W.M. I' YOUNKA WILL PAY J'UOMIT
attention to all eales and posting bills.
uiii,mI rommlflslon reu-
bonable. I'. O. box '.'IKJ, Pendletoi
polUy. prompt work. Satisfaction guar
antoed. diss R. Whitley. ' ,ttln "ft,'t-
WANTKD YOUK ORDERS FOB EN
graved cards, wedding InvltatlonB, etc. ,,
100 engraved visiting card" with prate.
$1.00; additional cards In future, 1 por
hundred. Tbe Katt Oraconlan.
Scott's Saotal-PspsiH Capsules
1 x. . -jkMMaaatiatv illliar
A rVBIIIVK uuns
assssssBLWTB W I
of tbe BlaJilr anil DlAeid!
KMmis. o eory no pay.
Onna oalekly and Penoa-
ntoUy Ibe worst oases of
'no maturot howloJg sUod-
lax. Absolutely narmlcss.
Bold by drarVtPil"
41.00. or by mall, postrald,
al no: a faozAa : il.m.
'THE BANTM-PEPtW C04
astiaf OMTAINS. ohkj.
Sold by f. W, 8chmldt & Co.
MEN AND WOMEN.
Carried Bullet In Brain.
Dr. H. P. Moore removeu a bullet
from tho ' skull of Jacob Itathjens,
who shot himself in Spokane a few
months ago. The bullet was located
by probing, and when located the
skull was chiseled away and tho ball
removed. During the operation tbe
pressure upon the brain of the pa
tient nearly resulted In death. For
30 minutes artificial respiration was
resorted to and for 10 minutes no
action of the heart or pulse could be
Irrigation District Satisfactory.
J. I rtoe nf tho Fcrndale neigh
borhood, dropped in Saturday. Mr.
ltoo Is considerably Interested In the
now Irrigation district formed below
town last week, and belloves that
much good will bo accomplished
through this effort to utilize more
fully the water supply of the Walla
Walla river. This surplus of water
which ..as been allowed to waste Jiv
tho past will, If Judiciously managed,
add much wealth to tho valley by
way of a material Incrensu In produc
tion. Tills In time means suppoit
for an additional number of people,
nil of whic.i will materially benefit
the business Interests of Milton.
Boise Postal Receipts.
During tho six months Just passed,
the records of tho Boise postofllce,
which were closed yesterday, follow
ing tho bcfilnnliiR f another year,
show there wcro C.C99 letters and
parcels registered In tno Dolsc office
and sent broadcast throughout the
United States and over , practically
tho known world. This is an Increase
of 1,600 packages over the first 3ix
months of tho year and over 2.003
more than during tho corresponding
six' Months of 1902. During the same
period of time In the neighborhood
of 7,900 letters and packages which
had been registered elsewhere were
received In the local postofllce. This
was over l.Ulo more than during he
concluding six months of 1902. HoUo
Cathedral for Boise.
The erection In lioiso tit one of the
nnest cathedrals In the West has
been contemplated by lllshop A. .1.
Clorleux of the Catnollc diocese of
Idaho for some time. The plans con
templated a beautiful ediflco, in full
keeping with the demands of a grow
ing city, and will represent tho ex
penditure of between $50,000 and
$75,000, more probably the latter 11b
ure will bo nearer correct, Tho new
structure will be located on tho cor
ner of Eighth and Hays streets,
where tho church owns n lull block.
Holso Capital News.
CREAMERY BUTTER PILING
UP IN PORTLAND.
San Francisco Is Overstocked and Is
Not Buying of Portland Local
Market Congested Eggs Range
From 272 to 29, With Packed
Grade at 25.
' J "-,-. frit
KCIATi,o.t1. ml pUlu vnrsjt.
'iruuUr taut uu tujucai.
y i.'.,".'r.t:,.l:'.r. V WiLiafi "a
kfMj 'jr i iiivii": ; - . .l .lib
i, unri fiir GlOQl.
in to nwuiN. r. "". .
noy an" Blaooer iroumts.
Portland, Jan. 5. Notwithstanding
tho fact that the proprietors of sev
eral of tho local creameries nro try
ing to hold up tho quotations on
buttor, their efforts seem to ho prov
ing futile, for tho market Is again
showing added weakness and the ten
dency of the times is for a docllne.
All over the country the creamery
butted market Is showing declines,
and the Portland market is the high
est. In San Francisco tho very best
grade of creamery Is going at 20
n,li, n,l thf, mnrlnlo nf thnt pftv
are so badly overstocked that one of
the concerns mere sent a leiegrini
4io Pnrtlnml rnnmsontatiVH to Rot
offers on butter from tho merchants
of this city.
Generally San Francisco Is a buyer
r Pm-Hnnri nuntrv ntorn and dairy
butter, but now no stocks aro want
ed there. This causes a iurtner
...ofii-mtau in those trades, hero and
the price looks like It Is about to
The provision market was active
and Irregular but the close on tho
...u..t.. ...u wlth,iit miinh phnnee For
s6me time past scattered outside
-nAnru nr.. nrlnrlnnliv buvers And
linuuta ' v. ... . .
tho principal support to prices. Out-
nidi) long interest, must uu misf.
u.binv iniArnats nro not doing
much to help prices', but on the othor
'end are inclined to sen imer ub
ly of tholr products. We aro Inclined
10 tninit H .Will Ittivu nuuiu,u.u6
tic to maintain an advancing tnarkot
from this point ana aavi im6
profits on holdings of provisions.
a in, il,n rivAlntn of fresh Or
egon eggs this morning were qulto
small tno mantci snowuu u ui
Ing tendency and sales were made All
tho way from 27H to 29 cents a doz
en. Among tho arrivals of eggs now
there are a largo number of seconds
nnd theso aro selling nt 25 cents.
Tho movoment of Eastern.Jfggs con
now be said to bo nominal.
ters' $4 per barrel, $1.10 per sack.
Bacon 1418c per lb.
Ham 1718c per lb,
Coal oil $1.05 for 5 gallons, $3.25
Lard 70c 5 pounds; $1.40 10 pounds,
jiaHO Jk V
knn ijivton Pacific
Two Trains to tbe East Daily
Through Pullman standard and Tourist sleep
Ing cars dally to Omaha, Chicago; tonrlsl
Bleeping car dally to Kansas Cltyj thronit
Pullman tourist sleeping cars 'personally con
ducted) weekly to Chicago, Kansas City, re
clining chair cars (seat, free) to the East dally.
ciruiT Tlttio Schpiluln Aaaiva
roa From t'ontlletou raoai
Portland Portland Special No. 1 The East
;i :10 am . IJOi.m,
Chicago CMcago Special No. i Portlsnd
6:15 pm tslpn
Portland Mall and Express No. .1 The Katt
12:3) am IV'Jiain
The Kssll I Mall and Frpreli No.e PortlanO
4115 am j :3Sm
Pendleton Passenger Spnkan,
No 7 SUllpa
Spokane (Spokane. Passenger
9:10 am No. 8
Pendleton Branch , , ,, ...
Mliod Train No, 41 1 '" P m
.-... Walla Walla Branch
6..upm Mlxe.1 Train No.
VAN DRAN BROS., Props.
The Best Hotel In Pendtetoa
nd as good as any.
No 7 connects with No. 2.
l Onlv walls lor No 1 In case No. 1 Is late
not late r than 3n minutes.
No. Utonnects with No. 2,
Ocean and River Schedule.
ISO p. m j
8 fop m.
100 p in.!
All sailing dates sub
Jec! to change.
For Ban Francisco
sail every a days.
To Astoria and Way
4X0 p. rr.
4:00 p. .
Hosts leave Portland, dally, except gnndat
'slsge of water permitting) for Willamette anr
l ammn Hirer points.
Excpt Hon I
Kl,il. to Lewlston
70 a. m
F. F. WAU8LEY, Anenl. Peadleton.
Carrots, 2c per lb.
Potatoes, lc per lb,
Oarli . 10c per lb.
Cabbage, 3c por pound. ,
Beets, 10 lbs. 25c.
Onions, 3c per pound.
Parsnip, lu lis. 25c,
Pumpkins, 15-25c. i
Celery, 10c bunch, 3 bunches 25c,
Lettuce, bothouso, 5c bunch.
Kraut, 10c quart, 40c gallon.
Mltico meat, 12c per pound.
Popcorn, shelled, 8 1-3 cents per
pound; on cob, 5 cents per pound.
Bananas, 40c dozen.
Apples, 76c$l per box.
Lemons, 40c doz.
Oranges, 40-50c doz.
Cranberries, 15c per quart.
LIVESTOCK AfD POULTRY.-
The following prlcos Ire paid by
dealers t the producer:
Chickens Hens, 7c; $34 per doz
en; roosters, 4 to 6 cents.
Qoese, per dozen, $9.
Ducks, per dozen, $3.5004,
Butter, &0 75c, good.
Kggs, fresh, 40c.
CHOICE OEEF CATTLE, ET1
Hogs lire, 4H5c
Hogs, dressed, G147c.
Veal, dressed, CQ7c.
RETAIL GROCERY PRICES.
Coffee ...ocho and Java, best. 40c
por lb.; next grade, 25c per lb; lower
grados, coffee, 2Ec to 15o per lb.;
package coffoe, 20c por lb., 3 pack
ages for 50c.
Ulco Best Head. rice, 12V&C per
lb,; next grade, 10c por lb.
Sugar Cane granulated, host $0.50
por sack; do 13 lbj $1.
Salt Coarse, $1.10 per 100; table,
$2.50 per 100.
Flour B. 'B,, $4 por barrel; Wal-
HAY AND FEED.
Chop barley; $22.(4) per ton; lo
Chopped wheat, $1.40 per 100.
Bran, 60 cents per sack.
Shorts, $1 per sack.
Oats, IVj cents per lb.
Alfalfa, loose, $12 per ton.
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.; beef,
dry, 1012c; mink, 50c each,
with a possibility of $1 each if U-e
size Is good and the condition prime;
coyote, 5075c; bear skins, accord
ing to quality and size, fiom 3 to
$15; coon, 35(&40c; horse, $11.20;
sheop, green, Cc; sheep dry, 7V4c;
lynx or bob cat, 15030; skunk, 25c;
Maritime Exchange Opening.
Now York Jan. 5, Federal Jitt
clals from Washington aud prominent
city officials of New York will gather
about the festal board tonight at a
banquet to be. given In celebration of
tho completion of tho linnusoino new
homo of the Maritime Exchange l.i
tho Broad street district The now
lexehnngo will be opem'd for IiukIiiobb
Chicago, St Paul, St. Louis, Kan
sas City, St. Joseph, Omaha and
All Points East and South
, Portland and points
on tb Sound
TIM It CARD
Arrive at Pendleton Monday, Wednes
day and Friday, 1.45 p. m. Tues
day, Thursday and Saturday, 11.15
Leave Pendleton, 7 p. m.
Leave Walla Walla dally.east bound. II .-00 p in
Arrive Walla Walla dally.wost bound, 10:44 a. in
ror Information regarding rates and accom
modations, call oa or address
W, ADAMH, Agent
8. U. CALDERHEAD, O. P. A.,
nana waua, wasmnKton.
The Hotel I'endleton lias just
hecn refitted and refurnished
tnroiiKhout. Phone and fire
alarm connections with all rooms.
Baths in suites and single rocms.
Headquarters for Travollng Hod
Commodious Samplo Rooms.
Rates $2 & $2,50
Special rates by week or month
Prompt Dlnhigroom ttervlco.
Bar and billiard room In oonneotioi
Only Three Blocks from Depot
CORNER MAIN AND WEBB STS.
GEO. DAtlVEAU, Prop.
Block and a half from depot.
Sample room In connection,
50c, 75c, $1.00
THE HOTEL BICKERS
(Formerly Golden Rule)
Pullman Sleeplbg Cam,
Elegant Dining Cars,
Tourist Sleeping Cars.
TO j GRAND FORK
THROUGH TICKETS TO
and all polnU East and Boutli
rbrooih Uckau to Japan ana Gain, via
Tteoma and Mortbtrn Pad fie Btaaaublp o.
and American Una,
Tialns leave Pendleton dally except aaaai
at 7:00 p.m.
For farther information, lima cards, aaan
and tleketa, call on or write W. Adams, Pas-
dleton, Oregon, or A. D, OUAKLTOK,
1 fill a ana ssomeoa dm., rgniuiii vn,
fail to cure Rheumatism, For Sale by
A. C. Koeppen & Bros. Agts. for I'cudl'n,
Itcmodek-d and refurnished through
ouL ISvorythlng neat, clean aid up-to-date,
Htoam heat and eleotrlc
lights, Itest cuisine. I'rumpt sonrlce,
H. E. BICKERS, Prop.
American Plea. It per day and apwanl
Ileadaaarters far tourist aud commercial trav
elers. Stwciel ratea made so famlliea and s
avatlemea. Tbe manaeemenl will be t4eaa
al all times to show rooms and give pf tVca. a
asodtra TukUk batbeaublUhmeatla taahaiH.
II. c. iHjWKMD, Maaaaer,
I Enjoy Life
1 We will
T hour pasts
M KNTH ami vigurH. Munleal
riiu-rlalmiieiit every evening.
llnif allevx. nrot.
ami Hhootlng gallery.
Robinson's Parln s
Under W.&0, Depot.
Mormon Bishop PHlBTtMlaUMOfextocajrbti
Cbui& tvua thT- followers. VoaiUf 1 mw U wont e4n Iu oH tvnd vounti -itiiog: f rot
tTootj of ilflufc, iiliuitloD. mcmwm, or eU-vrrtU uoklof. Curs Lot Manhood,
I in potency, Lost Power, Nlaht-Loo, Spermatorrhoea Jnomnla, Pain
in tsaoKt fcvn ueviroau aeminui cmununii kaiuo duwi nonuu w " w ' '
Headacho. Unfltnott to Marry, Lot of Semen, Varicocele, or Con
tlpotlon, Stop Prematurenee. Stope Nonr- lTf ou Johfngot
P.riirt.. 'juioot tvrn lmuiwJiaU. loiDtvrl Visor .od ELkLM pvuaey t ''7
Eyetlde. iifleou r tmuidUU.
l...l. K lira In avn.l Kar.aaanlara JUViav Iki-ia. A fnr Kl. fiO tir IlkAiL A writ
mouy r(ttna4, wttl. Wxm. CArauUn fr. Addreti, Blihop Remedy Qo.
6old by Tatlman & Co,, Druoglstg.
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