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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY, .JANUARY 21, 1904.
tfiness Catds and Societies I
FESSI0NS AND TRADES, ALPHABETTICALLY ARRANGED.
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nW building, corner Main and
Lts t"fict' 'PUODe m,ln 721 !
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I; Taoraiu nrwt. between Uour
Etru. 'bone Black HrtE4 J.er
"iTRV DENTAL SUBOKO.V. Olflce
SrutIASICNTI8T. OFFICE IN
iSS. lirMJSl Hi-r in. i.i AB-
P'orae red 271
Licv smOKON DR. D. C. McKABB
i:Ti.nunN I"'lf Slcre
lANKS AND BROKERS.
IsATION-U. HANK OF ATIIUNA.
n, CalU.ai, wu.wu i BUrfMUS uuu
fx'CVX) interest on time deposits.
l foroitm aud domestic exebance.
Ebj nrumpfly attended to. Henry
s, prMld.'nt , T. J. Klrfc, vlce-pres-
AliMUIS HANK OP WESTON,
i, Oregon. Lioea a eucmi uuaa-
s r x nanpe uougui anu sum.
promptly nttended to. K. Jam-
nidect Ceorpe W. I'roebsteJ,
Sldent J K MIEOre. cnyucr: ui
Fo A Hartuan. M. M. Tobni. T.
L r.. n. draw. J I'. Kllcore. llob-
Ewa, G W l'roe'ostel.
IrENDLETOX SAVINGS HANK,
too. Oregon, Organised Jtarcn l,
capital. U)0,00i ; surplus, tTI,
iirrm allowed on nil time uepusua.
r Dovpnt and soiu on mi priuciiui
I a.a,ittr.n pi Pan In nltMi.
I tt J rnrnlsh. urenldent : J. N.
S.tf-prtsldent : T. 1 Mo'ili, CH&hlir
jlslufieTr &HSlsiani canuier.
r.ATI0.VAI. HANK OF 1'ENDI.R
s n.ni,.i criiniui' aitrtiliii snr, nun
La i cueral' ban'lclni; business. Ki-
I tnd telecrapuic tranBiers soiu on
L Sta Francisco. New York and
Ll u.ln.n In IA Vw.rtllU'0Kt llmftR
Wsn Chios, Japan and Europe. Makes
u on reasouanie terms, iri ad-
IJ . IT- I- Blw.lr liLn,..l.
T3IU?UL i .-;,.-
. V Klee. csshier : U J. Johusm.
CHITECTS AND BUILDERS.
IDOWAKD, AltCOITKCT AND SO
liraJtnt Makes complete and rella-
i for bulldiocs In tbe cit; or coun-
Bm 17 Judd building.
I COLE, CONTHACTOItS AND
IM mates furnished on sbort
Job sork a specialty. I'rompt
Shop on lilufl street, near Main,
Imr. co.vTKACTon an dbuild-
utlmalra furnished on all kinds
err, '.fiaent walks, stone walla, etc.
Iintrt at East OreRonlan office.
TROL'TMAN, AHCUITECT AND
Tlclrod'Tjt. Association block. 1'eu-
llELLEn, I'LASTEItlNO AND CE-
mms. v.puieui waits a Hjieciaiij.
rtm at liadley & Zehner's clear
t aireeu x . VJ. uus lot,
Carding and lodging.
IH. L. UUNTINOTON HAS l'Ult-
ri me lodging house at uarden
bere abe will be glad to see ber
HOUSE. 813 THOMPSON
Good. well.lli'iitMl roams. All
tilthed. Centrally located. Only
(rum Court street. Eates rea-
ALTA, CORNER ALT A AND
is. Hoard by tbe day or week,
set. Itstm. X3.7S and S4.75
tr T. Nan npnn lnl1latDri
llvr q connection. L- Neff pro-
PA noTKr. f.KiniKn nnrcr. IN
I'll, M.UO to 1.G0 per day. U. f.
' T0UB BU8INE88 TAKES TOO
lx. atoo at th lfnl flood
id food serrke. IS. 11. Itlcbarda,
-NCE AND LAND BUSINESS
10EK LIKE INSUliANCE CO., JOB
i asem. iimrii in KAvinra ltsns
ltb Moorehouw Hamilton.
S?,, . ABSTRACT COMPANY
? "Ilalle abstracu of title to H
ImatlllB n.,n. T.n. nn lt
''J Property, lluyi and aella all
i boal nltlt; ,Joe fenerai bro-
f for non residents. Reference,
c . renaieton.
0 i" HITMAN, rre.
LAW OFFICE IN Jtuij
HAI.LEUAY 4. McCOUItT. LAWYPns m
sK-ltlon bulldlnc" "-S. AS-
N-n"r-1'-y. ATTORNEY AT Liw.
Offlce In Saving Hank building.
Z ""'"fa" I'uufc, ouiiaing.
II. E. COLLIER. LAWYER. OFFICE
Rooms . ana S, Association building.
STILI.SIAN & FIERCE, ATTORNEYS AT
stlliman hi, twn admitted to
practice In tnlted States patent ofBces.
and makes a specialty of patent law
Rooms H, 12 ad 13, Elation
"r- O- ELKS, PENDLETON LODGE. NO ISs
oroch month All brotheia visiting In tfie
.lUn'i1" lnrite1 10 "s
f, v B a v." a uatimsn,
ar - R 1. Benn, Stcrelary.
lL!5? mo,t 'ellable Bra and accl
MuraBee comnanlea. Offlca n-ltli
2fr,LEY' J,Ili. D- 8- LAND C0J7-
r?" SDMlft1t a.x. A lanrl Ml.
b j?J-v Inurance and collections.
.Jndd building, room 18.
B 1?A?DED, BY THE WEEK "oR
ST a IDS KaUl I'. .- .1 J-At,.aanAl1
ili7"' "uonable. M. L. WILLIAMS,
K-JU .!i,IE,!i,,fYL 'KKD YARD, COIU
6 Uu,,h "rseta. 8. A. Allo-
kC!y P'n caraiui atlsntlon.
UStI;,?rB"a-o. M. FROOME.
r7"lvk fC ' 'S o35l care xi
kin, Opp Hotel l-endleton. jtona
LlVKffV D-l .wtn. U A T P
Ufra.a ' Kennedr. nrtiT.riotori. for
MEN'S RESORT YOU ARB INVITED.
I ree reading room. Why not Join and
set thp advantage of free bath, use of
punching bag and other equipments. In
cluding library and reading room? Terms.
tl.OU to Join and 50c a mouth dues.
DAMON LODGE NO4 MEETS EVERY
Monday evening In Secret Society ball.
La Dow block, at I'endleton, Ore. R. W.
Fletcher. K. R. S. ; W. J. Keyes, C. C.
PATTO.VB SANITARY BARBER SHOP,
Despaln block, Court street. Best work
nanstiln. All the modern lmnrnrpm,ntn
Ml tools sterlllied. Hath rooms In con
V. STROm.n. DEALER IN SECOND
hand goodi. If there Is anything you
need In new and second-hand furniture.
stoves, granitewarc and crockery, call and
cei uis prices. ;o. Lourt street.
FOR RENT - FURNISHED AND UNFIT..
nlahed r.Hm. Clean, qnlet place. 801 South
AMONG THE EXCHANGES OF
THE INLAND EMPIRE
Cattle Outlook Favorable.
William Fleetwood, the Hereford
sheep and cattleman, who Is at the
Antlers, says that the cattle outlook
lor tne coming season Is much bet
ter than It was two months aso.
and from present Indications ne
thinks there will he a great demand
for stock of all kinds. "It Is possible
that the prevailing nrlces will not
equal those that have been paid
growers during other years," ho
sas. "but tne general status of af
fairs Is very encouraging to growers,
who would rather have a steady
market at fair nrlces than a flnnlckv
demand at high figures. Further
more. I believe that stockmen this
year will bo able to find n market
this year for all kinds of cattle,
while heretofore ior a number of
years it has been difficult to sell j
anything but prime beef In the very
pini; oi condition." I
Those who have handled cattle I
durlug the past seasons arc already !
in receipt of Inquiries from eastern
buyers regarding the cattle outlook,
which is intrepreted by somo to in
dicate a greater demand and better i
prices for all kinds during the com
ing year. Baker City Herald.
Spokane Chief Police Out
Chief Of Pollen P M 'm-ill hfia
been summarllv i1pmaco,i ffiri erm. I
mand of the department by Mayor
Boyd. The mayor acted under the
provision of the charter which al
lows him to take personal charge of
the department. He named Police
Captain James Coverly as his repre
sentative, and directed the men to
take their orders from him.
Chief Woydt refuses to recognize
the mayor's right to depose him and
there may be a sharp conflict of
The mayor gave as his reason for
deposing the chief that the depart
ment Is disorganized and demor
alized. The chief has the enmity
of the sporting element and Boyd
favors a liberal policy. The mayor
is a republican and the chief is a
democrat -Spokane Telegram.
the model and material are found o
bo in accordance with tnto specifica
tions the work of sawing the frame
will bo commenced and It Is expected
this work can be completed In loss
than a week. From Portland Cai
tain llauglnnan will go to Tacoma
and Inspect the lumber that Is now
being sawed for no hull of the new
steamer. tt Is expected that the
material for tho new boat will com
mence to be delivered In tho Lewis
ton ship yards In about 10 nays and
tho construction of the crnrt will
Immediately follow. Lewlston Trl-bimo.
Tin Ore In Idaho.
F J. Cowan, county nttorney of
Lemhi county, who hns been hero
In attendance upon tho meeting of
the association, reports that the
prospects for activity In tho mining
Industry In that -section aro very
When asked about tho reported
discovery of tin ore near Salmon,
Mr. Cowan said there was no dou"it
that the ore was tin. Assays had
shown IS per cent of tho metal, he
said. Continuing, Mr. Cowan said
the ore was found scattered at dif
ferent points over much of tho
mountain. Boise Statesman.
Perils of the Frontier.
A report comes from Blue Hlvor
City that a huge treo fell across
Olen Powers' general merchandise
store building there last Friday,
badly damaging tho building, smash
ing the iUtuics and Injuring tho
goods to the amount of $B00 or $700.
Some men were felling the tree
and It fell In the opposite direction
from which they Intended.
There was no one In the building
at the time or else a death might bo
chronicled In these columns.
NEAT. CLEAN, WELL KEPT FURNISHED
Rooms to rent. Well loc tied Mrs. Suahou,
30? Water street; cor. Johnson.
FOR RENT -GOOD FRONT ROOM, SUITABLE
(or two gentlemen or two ladies Callattilu
WANTED POSITION, BY MAN AND WIKE
on ranch . experienced. Address S14 Llncjln
WANTED RELI 1BLE MN WITH RIO TO
sell stock aud poultry supplies, tii per week
Western Fool Co., Station a. Seattle, Wash,
WANTED - POSITION AS FOREMAN ON
ranch by nun led man, no i-bllcren, has
had expeelence. Bent rclerencea. Address
Room 10, i.enn Lodging House.
LOST ON STREET. FUR COLLARETTE. KIN.
der please return to this office.
SINGER 8EWINO MACHINE OFPICK, 6U9
College street, nepairs for all machine!.
P. A Lovetang, Manager
SEWER CONTRACTORS - REED 4 LAFLEIl
make connections with the setter for bust
neaa bouses ud private residences. Terms
teaaonable. Leae orders at T C. Tailor's
FOR SALE -TWO GOOD FRESH MILCH
cons. ?. Jersey. I and J years old. Peter
Tacliella, eaxe Station.
r. 8. MERRILL. SPOKANE, WASH., AGT..
Densmore. Second band machines, supplies
WE DYE TO LIVE. HAVE YOUR lLOTUES
sponged ani pressea ior si wuuiu, w
City Steam Cleaning and Djeng Works, 6oT
U Alfa Phrma. U,.( :t31
WM. F. YOIINKA WILL PAY PROMPT
ultantlrin In all sales and IMJULC bills.
Correspondence solicited. Commlsslua rea
sonable. P. O. box iUO, Pendleton.
DRESS "tAKING. CUTTING AND FITTING A
,, . ,vn,ir clalBPIInn ,nar.
anteed Jd'lss R. Hbllley. 918 Main atrtet.
WANTED YOUR ORDERS FOR EN
graved cards, wedding Invitations, etc.;
100 engraved visiting cards with plate,
1150; additional cards In future, 1 per
hundred. Tbe East Oregonlan.
IN POUND THE FOLLOWING DB-
.: . . V Kaan f.V.n II Tl lit
scrioea saiiutii u. - ;r . .-
tbe marshal of tbe City of Pendleton, to
Sone gray horse, brand not visible, wlf bt
JTCd nlm7. '"15" claimed by tb.
otvners or those entitled to tne pcesslon,
CMtTand eipenses against them wld. and
the" taken aVay within un day. J rom the
date hereof, then at 2
Twentv-alx'h day of January, nwi, "'a
irlmar wlll be sold to tbe blghe. bidder,
t Dublle auction for cash, at the city
wt.nd. 0Q the corner of Cottonwood and
Webb sueets. In tbe City of Penjlleton, the
nroceds of such sale to be applied to the
llfit of sucb cost, and expenae. of mai-
E ".'I 1 10TJ.
vtteo ,.u.., ... jj1isiy Clly jursbsi.
Ms Santal-Pepsin Capsules
a u.savssjaff Mlir
A russ sswaa wwn
Tor Inflammation Of OMtrra
of ttu Bladder and OlMwad
Kldaya. Wo euro no Ir
Cans 'aaleklr and Perma
nanuy Ihy worst caa of
VauTThom and Ulet,
no matter of bow loJg atanU-
THE IAITAWWII W,
RoidbVF. W. Schmidt & Co.
r El o for nnMwi
r T Z-im. "I. " f nntajUa!
liSiix aent vu (vassal.
i Bt:u i "'J.r."i;' ffir" itir.
New Boat for Snake rflver.
Cai.taln Harry C. Baughman will
leave this morning for Portland to
inspect the model and material for
the new steamer Mountain Gem. If
Farmers Not Afraid.
The sudden drop of the, tempera
ture yesterday as wen as the fall of
snow has not caused much alarm lo
farmers who wore here. Most of
them seemed to bo of the opinion
that wheat would be benefited rath
er than harmed, although prolonged
intense cold might in tho end prove
very disastrous. Walla Walla Union.
I Geese, per dozen, $9.
rt.tr.1-a t,n .Invar) tl T.Cf7A
Butter, 500750, good.
Eggs, fresh, 40c.
There is absolutely no change In
the market teport from what It has
been lor some time, everything on
the list being reported as it has stood
for the last week or two.
The much mooted beef question is
In the same state the dealers refuse
to raise the quotations, stating that
they can get all the cattle they want
at an extra top price of 3.75. and
are being compelled to pay this only
In extreme cases where they want a
special band of came that ure extra
nrinrl. It Is rlnlmprl thnt lio- ,nn
get all of the cattle they want out-!
side or nis county at the prices they
quote, and since this is the fact It Is
not only unwise for them, but not
good policy to pay a higher price.
The men who have lately sold ap
parently for 4 cents, havo offered
their stock In this city at' the rates
that have prevailed here, and from
this it Is hard to believe that the
wholesale men, or their agents who
are residents of this city, as well as
the butchers who depend on the good
will of the people for their support,
should combine to force down the
price to the harm of the farmer and
The price, then, of beef takes ;io
higher range in the quotations than
$3.75 per hundred, and this is a re
serve price only, called out on rare
occasions. Otherwise, tho market is
quiet, and there is nothing of Inter
est in the list.
RETAIL GROCERY PRICES.
Coffee i..ocho and Java, best, 40c
per lb.; next grade, 35c per lb; lower
grades, coffee, 25c to 15c per lb.;
package coffee, 20c per lb., 3 pack
ages for COc.
Rice Best head rice, 12J4c per
lb.; next grade, 10c per lb.
Sugar Cane granulated, best JC.EO
per sack; do 13 Ibj $1.
Salt Coarse, 11.10 per 100; table,
$2.50 per 100.
Flour B. B., $4.25 per barrel; Wal
ters' $4.25 per barrel, $1.10 per sack.
Bacon 1418c per lb.
Ham 1718c per lb.
Coal oil $1. CD for C gallons, $3.25
Lard 70c 5 pounds; $1.40 10 pounds.
Carrots, 2c per lb.
Potatoes, lc per lb.
Garh , 10c per lb.
Cabbage, 3c per pound.
Bceta, 10 lbs. 25c.
Onions, 3c per pound;
Parsnip, 1U l'ui. 25c.
Celery, 10c bunch. 3 bunches 25c.
Lettuce, hothouse, Cc bunch.
Kraut, 10c quart, 40c gallon.
Mince meat, 12&c per pound.
Popcorn, shelled, 8 1-3 cents per
pound; on cob, 6 cents per pound.
Bananas, 40c dozen.
Apples, 75c0$l per box.
Lemons, 40c doz.
Oranges, 40-50c doz.
Cranberries, 15c per quart.
LIVESTOCK ADD POULTRY.
Tbe following prices are paid by
dealers t the producer:
Chickens Hens, 7c; $304 per doz
en; roosters, 4 to 6 cents.
CHOICE DEEF CATTLE, ET1.
Hogs live, 445c.
Hogs, dressed, C,,47c.
Veal, dressed, CG7c.
HAY AND FEED.
Chop barley, $22.50 per ton; IVic
Chopped wheat, $1.40 per 100.
Bran. CO cents per sack.
Shorts, $1 per sack.
Oats, IVi cents per lb.
Alfalfa, loose, $13 per ton.
Wheat, loose, $13 per ton.
Timothy, baled, per ton, $20.
and Union Pacific
Two Trains to the East Daily
Throuah Pullman standard and Tourist aleetv
lng cars dally to Omaha, Chicago; tonrlM
sieeptug car onuv to rvansaa my; inrongo
rullmmi tourist t-leerlnt cars ltcrsonaltv con
ducted), weekly to Chicago. Kansas City, re
cllnlnr chair cars (seat, frro) to tho Fast dally
ntrtat llmo SolnMuIo , xaatva
roa Krm Potiillototl mo
Portiaud Portland Special No. I The East
9:10 am 9a),m.
Chicago 'Chicago special No. 5 Portland
5:1.1 pm t!l)itD
IV Ml a u.l Mall and Express No. i The Fast
15 3) am i: :3 a m
1htKnt Mall and Express No. 6 Portland
I'endleton Passenger Spokani
No 7 ptv
Spokane (Spokane Passenger
9-.10 a m No. 8
Pendleton Rraneh , n. ,,.
Mixed Train No. 41 J) P 1,1
,,. Walla Walla Itranch
5.5U p m Mxnl Trn ,, 4j
No 7connectawltll No. 'J.
1 Only unit, (or No 1 In case No. I ta lato
not later Ihan 3d mluutci.
No. sironr.ects with No, ?,
Ocean and River Schedule.
8 to.) p. Ul,
All sailing datea sub
ject to cnange.
For Han FrancUco
ball every S days.
saO p. m.
eari'm i ,, , ... ...
imp m, l to Aitorta aim way enuoa)
Haturoay I Lamunga.
103-0 p. Ill.l
Boats leavo Portland dally, except Sunday
'stage ol water permitting) lor Willamette am
i amnm itiver points.
Rlparla Bnakn River
4 Di a. m. Rlparla to Lewlston
K.C HMt 1 H. Agent. Pendleton.
LOCAL HIDE MARKET.
The following are tho prevailing
aveiage prices for hides In this mar
ket; beef, green, 4c per lb.; beef,
dry, J012iAc; mink, 50c each,
with a possibility of $1 cacn if tt-e
size Is good aud the condition prlmo;
coyote, 5075c; bear skins, accord
ing to quality and size, from to
$15; coon, 35040c; horse, $11.25;
Bheep, green, Cc; sheep dry, 7c;
lynx or bob cat, 15030; skunk, 25c;
TWO LETTERS ABOUT TRIB
Chicaco, St Paul, St. Louis, Kan
sas City, St. Joseph, Omaha and
All Points East and South
Portland and points
on the Sound
TIM IS CAKI)
Arrive at Pendleton Monday, Wednes
day and Fnaay, i.d p. m. men
day, Thursday and Saturday, 11.45
Leave Pendleton, 7 p. m.
Leave Walla Walla dally.east bound. 11:00 p. m
Arrive Walla Walla dally, west bound, W :44 a. in
Cor Information regarding rates and accom
modations, call on or address
W, ADAMS, Agent
H. tt. CAI.DKailKAU, (I. P. A..
Walla nana, nasningion.
Man Who Was Willing to Try and
A. S. Burroughs, Baker City, Ore.,
Dec. 15, 1902, wrote: "I have been a
very hard drinker for twenty years,
few people drank more than I. If
your TRIB is a cure I want.it." On
May 15, 1903, Mr. Burroughs wrote:
"It is a pleasure for me to recom
mend TRIB as a cure for the liquor
habit. It has now been six months
since I completed a euro with TIUI).
I have never had better neaitn. I eat
well and sleep well. I believe It is
tho best cure for the liquor addic
tion yet placed upon tho market."
EJECTING THE HERDS.
Soldiers Drive All the Stock From
Ft. Asslnabolne Reservation,
Great Palls. Mont.. Jan. 21, Tho
cavalry at Fort Asslnabolno turned
cowboys yesterday and with the flat
of their sabers drove more than 12,-
000 horses, cattlo and sheep on mo
If the animals which are grazing
there against the law, are sent back
more stringent measures will bo
adopted. Tho troops have orders
to arrest any cowboys or herdsmen
Cured After Sufferlnq 10 Years,
rt w Horn. Sunt. Miami L'vcle &
Mfg. Co., Mlddlctown, 0 suffered for
ten years with dyspepsia, He spent
Hundreds or aoiiars ior meiiirinu ami
with doctors without receiving any
i.orTTi.inei.l linneflt. He savs: "One
nlgbt while feeling exceptionally bad
I was about to mrow oown me even
ing paper when I saw an Item in the
nannr reparrllnir Hin merits of Koilol
Dyspepsia Cure. I concluded to try
it and while I had no iaun in n
foil i.Pttpr after the second dote.
After using two bottles I am stronger
and better than I have been In years,
aud I recommend Kodol Dyspepsia
Cure to my friends and acquaintances
suffering from stomach trouble," Sold
by Tollman & Co.
Pullman Sleeplug Curs,
Elegant Dining Cars,
Tourist Sleeping Cars.
and all joints Kruit stnd Bouth
Ikrooih tickets to Japan and China, lis
Taooma and northern PaoiOo llMmanlp CM.
Tini laawa Pendleton dallr sxcspt Saaaal
For further information, time cuds, mass
and tickets, call on or writ W. Adaus,
dittos, Oregon, or iu' i ,i V ni.
Tho n-Bt-nn rial I Journal can bt
found on sslo at Frailer' bo-': store
VAN DRAN BROS., Props.
The Best Hotel in Pendletom
and as good as any.
The Hotel I'endleton has just
hoen rcfittud and tedirmslicd
tnroiiihout. Phone and fire
alatm connections with .ill rooms.
Baths in suites and single rooms.
Hotulquartor8 Tor Traveling Men
Commodious Sample Rooms,
Rates $2 & $2,50
Special rates by wreK or month
Prompt niiiliignxiiii service).
Bar iiml billiard room in couneotioi
Only Three Blocks from Derot
CORNER MAIN AND WEBB STS.
GEO. DAnVEAU, Prop.
Block and n half from depot,
Sample room In connection.
50o, 75o, $1,00
THE HOTEL BICKERS
(Formerly Golden Rule')
1 I. -r n
Itcmodoled and rofurnlsbed through
out. Everything neat, clean And up
to-date. flteam heat and electric
lights. Ilcst culslno. Prompt servlca.
H. E. BICKERS. Prop.
American Man, tS txr day aid upaia
HtadajuslUrs far lourlats and comautrcial trat
stars, special ratts made to families aadslasl
fcstlcmen, Tbe mauafemeat will be pleeuMS)
al all llmea lo s.ow roocas snd (let prices. A
sao4ra Turkish tialheetabllahuseatla Ike haui.
II. C. BOWKKS, Msasaet
JiowlltiK alleys, kk)1, Millard
and shouting uawty, Kvery-
' Enjoy Life
We will make your leisure
hours pass pletutaiitly.
and shooting K
THM PUJtANW. JtKKItKHII
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: Robinson's Parlors
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