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LslONS AND TRADES, ALPHABETTICALLY ARRANGED.
DAILY EAST OREQONIAN, PENDLETON, OREOON, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1904.
iilmmiii in Jtiim
bourx. 10 to 12 a. ni .;
i "SkSei orilco. main 13T1 ;
litR. M- rrntihlnu. rn.
fltted refractive ec-
18 sailnes' bank. Telephone
P""..i.n none, main 1BU1.
tort ""' -
fSnTM. U. IIOMIIOI'IIATIC
ftwbonel Ofllce. black 1411;
It ."'W.U In Havlnes lank
,1, ufllce 'plionc, matu 1411 :
. in . ri.'ui .1 :. I'! iiunii
f r .n.w.u' unci diseases of
Ijjbnl 'If. "lcr M?,n
I?. Ofllce 'I'lione, nlulu
inirrtou street, uotweon Uour
IJmS I''""18 1,UcIc m Ncr
BKAN A PEItllY. JlTTnnuu.v.,
omce overTay.or'a Harder. sVe.Vn'die:
"Slut Vl'-V" LAW IN JUDi)
'VoVt10.''' A LAW. "Ill
IIAILHY &LOW I : lrrATTO I-V f v am.
law, OMce In Despaln bloc". AT
IIALLUHAY & McCOUltT, LAWlT.im A?
soclotlou bulUllntr. ' "A"ll's- AS-
... .,,,utia iiuun UUllUIDg.
CFUn,,L !LAliH- Anqn.vin-s at
,v ,,. anui;M imuu UUIUHllg,
" ,!' olui:u, lawviiu. oitici!
JlootuH7j1,1u 8, Association building.
"'"u? ""'CirATTOUXEVB AT
...I .,' .'' Iumn bos been admitted tu
practice lu United States patent offlces
H,'.om?"".';R 8iV,claU", of latent law
block ' ' l" und 13 Association
fcjX, UENTAI. BUIIOKON. OIHce
rBASTmOTMT. OFFICE IN
JIDI'. 'room- reu iiu.
iTiMvL-TIKTrflFFlCi: IN AS-
lul'ock, over Hchmldt'y new drug
MM. IJfllV ll faf sr fSntv. s . i i ..
T i 4 ' , " A' "ariman,
"r.. K. II., 0. K. llciin, Secretary.
XIKN S IiKSOItT-VOU AMI INVITHI).
I rej rending room. Why not loin and
get the advantage of free bath, use of
punching bag uml other equipments, In
eluding library anil reading room? Terras,
1.00 to Join nud 50c a mouth dues.
llV JUItOKON DR. U' c- MoNAMj
lllOn-S uruit niuio.
fclONAIi HANK OF ATM
..t.t nifliri UMcnlna
iStljn and domentlc exchnnge.
i promptly attcntiet to. 11
Itrolileat, T. J. Mrk, vice-
WJ ..n.A.u naalilnr I. M. Iv
ISiiTs' HANK OF WKKTON,
n.At.a.nr.1 lirtiK.hf fitiil nrilil
litroo'ollr attendetl to. It. Jam-
liUtat! (ieorge W. i'roebstel,
Krtt. J. It. Kllgore, casnier: ui
i i. llirtumi, M. M. Johns. T,
10. U. draw, J. i'. iviigore, uou-
Hca, u. l rueuniut.
IeXDLBTON SAVINGS HANK.
ftia, Ornoo. Organlzetl Jlarcli 1,
ttt llioweu on Ull limn ueiiimiui.
IshcKI attention given to colfec-
LnMiM.nt f T. J Aliirrll. I'uitller
LloDtj, uilJtant cashier.
RATIONAL HANK OF I'KNDIjE-
tjiul, IJJ.TO nrpitir, ana un
nmlti. llou.000 Transacts I
Ibinklsf builneis. Exchange and
He triDiien toid on (jnioagn, can
i.vt mi. inn principal nouns in
nil. Drifts drawn on China, Japan
fct IitM collection, on reaionaois
.miliar, nreallent : w. f . Mat
fprtsldeat: 0 M. Illce, tashler i Geo.
HITECTS AND BUILDERS.
IHRD. AltCHITECT AND 8U-
EL itakea complete and rcua
r buildings In the city or couu
aw, .uou building.
IIC0I.U, CONTltACTOItS AND
EltfmateA fnrnlNhpfl nn Rhnrt
Itt work a specialty, l'nmipt
w; on iiiuit street, uear Main.
taCOXTIlAPTflll AN' Dltttlt.r).
licJUM furnished on nil kinds
i. ttntiit walks, stone walls, etc.
i.asi uregonian oruce.
ItSOl'TMAN, AltCHITECT AND
wit. Association block, ren
LMTrt lir ioi.nnfln ixiit ni'
Vm.nl ...alba n ...ul.ll. I.'a.
Wlitifd free. Work guaranteed.
I It lladlev & Zehner'a clear
-treet. 1'. O. box 104.
NlNG AND LODGING.
' L HtlVTI KdTdM IT A H llfllt.
Itae lodchiL' linimA nt tf'tl llnrilen
I" alie will be glad to tee her
WA, COUKl.lt ALT A AND
ff. Hoard by the doy or week.
'el. Itotes, 13.70 and J1.70
' ri. I.. Neff, prop. Pendleton
1 la connection, I.. Neff, pro-
pBOTEI,, r.UADINQ HOTKL IN
MI.W to f l.ao per day. II. 1'.
POR IIUHINESS TAKES YOU
j nuii at tne Hotel Helix, uooa
airice. l it. niiupy,
ICE AND LAND BU8INE83
ILIFK inriiranoh rn. JOB
, 1 2 , M t HM.. In U . t . ItBnlr
rjto Uoorehouse & Hamilton.
Si? X "batracU of title to all
tlll county. Loans on city
ProMrtv ti...H . ...ii. . ii
eatate. Does a general bro-
l'aya taxes and makes
far . . - .
I u p "'-'M-n-Biuenia. ciereu,.j,
I. UAItTlt.u t
IV hw?Tman -JK.. VIce Prea.
IY HHPRI58HNTS THE
Parinr7 rename ore ana acci-
"-KJ, in., V. 8. LAND COM-
I iron, "V mae 01 'sna "'
wa oulldinir. room 0.
JAND FEED 8TABLE8.
tMh.DEuD BY TTlEWEkK OR
tted IItn. -7)51 nntlnnwnnd
aonablo. M, L. WILLIAMS,
P lai'i! f.Y HERD YAUP
VHail '"n'ortablo stalls.
Cliin K"'i attention,
ItfinLES-O. M. FKOOSIE,
7" Opp, Hotel Pendleton. Phono
'IV& KY' B0A'lD AND BALE
Suua B,,1?clf, boartfed at reason-
sw-' -i" itn t. ('none iiam iiM.
AMONG THE EXCHANGES OF
THE INLAND EMPIRE
Monument to War Veterans.
Wnlla "Walla, Fob. 4. Material
for tho monument to bo erected in
memory of Spanlsh-Amerjcan war
veterans through the efforts or tho
Reil Cross Soctetj- has been received
uy tho Roberts Monumental com
pany, which was awarded tho con
tract for erecting tho memorial.
The masslvo blocks of stone were
Rlilpped direct from the quarries nt
Bedford. Intl., and taxed the capa
city or a largo car. With flio ex
ception of tho seven-foot flguro or
a soldier, which will surmount the
monument, the material was ship
ped In the rough and will be dressed
and cut to size at the company's
yards In Rim street. The figure
was completed In the east.
V. KTUOIILi:, DEALEIt IN SHCOND
band goods. If there Is anything you
need In new and secondhand furniture,
stoves, graultewnre and crockery, call and
get bis prices. No. '212 Court street.
Horse Thieves at work.
1'ioscott, Feb. 4. A gang of
horse thieves have been operating
extensively In tho Prescott neighbor
hood during the, past two weeks.
Almost every day tho farmers have
been reporting the loss of some of
their most valuable horses, and
there has absolutely been no clue
to tho thieves.
Last Saturday night Peter Han
son, a farmer residing north of Pres
cott had six of his finest horses
Abraham Pettyjohn lost a fine
i mule several weeks ago and many
ottier tanners' horses are missing.
The farmers residing on the upper
flat near Clyde also lost a number
NKAT. CLEAN, WELL-KEPT
itooma to rent. Well locited.
ZVi Water street; cor. Johnson,
FOR KEST-dOOD FRONT ROOM, SUITABLE
for two gentlemen or two ladles. Call at Gil)
MEN TO LEARN HARDER TRADE ; ONLY
olghtweeks required; two years paved; poal.
tlont secured when competout. Catalogue
mailed Ireo, Moler Hyatein College, Kan
WANTED AD.VI'.ltTISintS TO MAKE
use of these classllled columns. If you
have something you have no use for, offer
to train- it tor sometuiug mar, some inner
body may have and huvc no use for, some
tlilntr that vou mav need In .vour business.
Yoy may have nu extra horse that you
may wish to trade for a cow or a vehicle.
Somebody may have the row and vehicle
anil want the horse. 10c or IMc want nd
will probably do the business.
boys and three girls, two boys and
one girl survive her, Walla Walla.
Uourno, Feb. 4. Tom Deoly,
blacksmith nt tho Midway, acci
dentally shot himself at tho Union
hotel In Bourne, without fatal con
A SS-callbre Colt's automatic pis
tol slipped rrom his pocket, una
ware, and on striking tho floor ox
ploded a cartridge. The ball enter
ed his left thigh, ranging up, came
In contact with his ribs on the loft
side, was deflected and spent its
force without fatal results.
and Union Pacific
Two Trains to the East Daily
Ing cars dally to Omaha, Chicago; tourist
ileeplng car dally to Kantaa City; thronib
uiim.li wuil.1 rmimiK VllH (rVOnHUT COO-
ducted) weekly to Chicago, Kanaaa city, re
cllnlng chair cara (seat, frtej to the Eaat dally,
Wallowa County Range.
Al Emmons was In from his Mud
Creek ranch yesterday; be says that
he has his cattle on grass six inches
high In the Buck Creek canyon.
This Is the advantage ot having
winter range, while others arc feed
ing hay at a great expeuso tho man
who Is close to a good winter range
keeps his stock rat at practically :.o
cost all winter. Wallowa Democrat.
HARN FOR SALK-lN(iUII!E AT KRASSIU A
tiliarp'a, C5 Mam atreet.
SINGER HEWING MACHINE OFFIOH, 609
College street, repairs lor an macanier,
P. A. Lovetang, Manager.
SEWER CONTKACTOI'.S-REEU i LAFLER
make connections wuu tne tower lor uuai
ueas houaes and private reaidonces. Terms
reaaouaoio. isave oruera m i . .Hjwi
F. 6. MERRILL, Bl'OEANE, WASH., A (IT.,
Donamoro. Second hand machines, auppllea
WB DYE TO LIVE. HAVE YOUK CLOTHES
aponged and prcaied for Jl M a month, at the
city tueum Cleaning auu jjicik ui w,
W. Alia. Phone Red :!!,
r.aniKS' oaI'SULKi! (lAItl)KS. aale. lellablc
Abitilutely guaranteed to cure Leucorrhoea
(whites) and Female Waaknes. rite for
particulars, Lady Agents wautod. Address
Mo. Prup. Pharmacy, Lock Pox iU, kamaa
EE YOUR "UNCLE" WHEN YOU WANT
money. We make loans on pa aoual property
r, u. ituruaiu, ruwu imii "nw m-..-Ing,
W.M. F. YOIINKA WILL PAY J'HOMPT
attention to all sales and posting bills.
Correspondence solicited. Commission rea
sonable. P. O. box liUO, Pendleton.
PRESS 'IAKINU. CUTTING AND FITTING A
aueclalty. Prompt work. Satisfaction guar
anteed. Mlas R. Whitley, 91'.' Main street.
IN POUND THE KOLLOWI.NU D in
scribed nuimaiB nave oceii
the marshal of the City of Pendleton, to
One black, coming, 8 year old tllly. Indian
brand on left stltle, right hind foot white,
one bay aelUlnr. coming 2 year old, whlta
stripe In lor.head. lett hind loot ana lore iuui
whim, nuiu - ,d ...
,T?;i i.dVrlihi hmd foot l.lte'lndUn
ljS'.lf"'!2fi?.bl,.b,d,-. o!d. heavy
bliek man'. inTtatl7n. tlilblo brands,
on. riv mara. 6 or 7 years old. with colt,
w.lKf W, 5 VSX.UiS& on
One bay mare, nu viiui "i""," .
1,.? w.faht about 1000 pounds, 7 or 8 yaars
o1?. ,j ... nnt claimed by tba
u sam "'""'" - ,,,-. nfiaei.ion.
at public """J 'e-' of Cottonwood and
.te.nC?neecay of .lUUft g.
SSSSS and P7nse. of task-
lnfc'?'V. ..mi. . .
MEN AND WOMEN.
Um Bl lot nnnatural
" u aulaui. pffnlM. andcot saWSi
ssV u.u.i. JIT
VUIU 1 aaf - -
'or nut in Pla-n
K'Z7l. Lnt oil liKllUstt.
i'l.otirt treat. Meat work.
1 WertiiV! mo,iei Improvement.
""?. Itatti rnnnii In con
The DB. IJEBIO BTAFK
only Bpeolalistfl for liioii, con
tinue to euro nil chronic, pri
vate & nervous ailments, impotence
skill rtlaeasea, rhoumatiam. catarrh.
iTpA O SrtituniiT, rn. .i "''.1.
Death of an Old Settler.
Tho funeral of Mrs. Slnah Master
son, who dletl Monday morning at
her residence three and one-half
miles north or the city, will take
place tomorrow afternoon at 2
o'clock from the residence of her
daughter, Mrs, Emma J. McMamts
of 29 Chestnut street.
Mrs. Masterson had been a resi
dent of Walla Walla county since
18(18, coming here Ttom the Willam
ette valley or Oregon. She was born
in Iowa in 1S-I5 and clossed the
plains in 1804. She was married
in 1809. Of eight children, four
The Dalles, Feb. 4. Tho atten
tion or the circuit court Is being
taken up today with hearing the
suit or Sexton & Walther vs. M. Mc
Innls. This Is a suit ror un ac
counting between tho respective
parties growing out of a contract In
the construction or the Lyle-Goldcn-dale
railroad and Involves several
Two Years for Bigamy.
The Dalles, Feb. 4. Under his
real name or Earnest Papmaul, the
muchly married man, known to Tho
Dalles people as "Harry Mason,"
pleaded guilty to the charge or big
amy before Judge Bradshaw this
morning, and was sentenced to two
years In the stale penitentiary.
Reports from the county are to
the effect that the ground Is now
frozen nine inches deep. The Ice
on the pond Is about six Inches
thick, Grande Observer.
Portland, Feb. 4. February ship
ments of flour from Portland to the
Orient were given a good start yes
terday evening, when the Indrnsam
ha cleared tor Japan and China.
Among other miscellaneous freight,
she had on board G9,629 barrels of
Hour, tho largest quatlty of that
foodstuff the vessel ever carried, It
ranks as the third largest flour car
go that ever left the Columbia river,
only being exceeded .by those taken
out in the Algoa and the Indrapura
during the present season.
Tho Hour Is valued at $214,CC4.40,
and goes to Yokohama, Kobe, MoJI,
Hongkong and Shanghai. The bal
ance or the cargo consists of CM
packages of groceries, one box of
sporting goods, three sacks or oats,
77 sacks or bran, 1,828 pieces of
rough lumber, 129 bales cotton flour
sacks, 1.1 packages or machinery,
200 boxes of apples, 250 cases or
cigarettes and 100 bales or sheeting.
Tho steamer sailed nt noon, and
under her 7,000-ton burden was
weighted down to a draught or only
2.1 feet and C Inches. It Is thought
probnblo that sho will Co able to get
to sea early tomorrow morning.
Captain W, K. Craven Is in com
maud. There are seven steerage passen
gers, all of whom are Chinese. Two
of theiii are being deported.
Butter, G0Q'7Bc, good.
Eggs, fresh, 30c.
CHOICE BEEF CATTLE, ET
Hogs live, 4V4Bc. .i
Hogs, dressed, 67c. r
Veal, dressed, CG7c, ' '
Sheep, ?22.C0, ( . jj-T
RETAIL GROCERY PRICES.
Coffeo wocho and Java, best, 40c
per lb.; next grade, 35c per lb; lower
grades, coffee, 25c to lCc per lb.;
package coffee, 20c per lb.
Illce Best head rice, 12c per
lb.; next grade, 10c per lb.
Sugar Cane granulated, best JO. CO
per .sack; do 13 Ibi $1.
Salt Coarse, $1.10 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 14 18c per lb.
Ham 1718c per lb.
Coal oil $1.05 (or 5 gallons, $3.5
Lord 70c 5 pounds; $1.40 10 pounds.
Carrots, 2c per lb.
Potatoes, lc per lb.
Garll , 10c per lb.
Cabbage, 3c per pound.
Boots, 10 lbs. 25c.
Onions, 3c per pound.
Parsnip, 10 l'us. 25c.
Colery, 10c buncb. 3 bunches 26c,
Lettuce, hothouse, 5c bunch.
Kraut, 10c quart, 40c gallon.
Mlnco meat, 12Vc per pound.
Ti,,nnrn nhniipri. 8 1-3 cents per
pound; on cob, C cents per pound.
Bananas, 40c dozen.
Apples, 7Gc$l per box.
Lemons, 40c doz.
Oranges, 40-50O doz,
Cranberries, 15c por quart.
LIVESTOCK AfiD POULTRY.
The following prices ore paid by
dealers t the producer;
Chickens Hens, 7c; $34 per do
on; roosters, 4 to 0 ceuta.
Gooso, por dozen, $9.
Ducks, per dozen, $3.504.
HAY AND FEED.
Chop barley, $22.50 per ton; l'.io
Chopped wheat, $1.40 per 100.
Bran, 00 cents per sack.
Shorts, $1 per sack.
Oats, Vi cents per lb.
Alfalfa, loose, $13 per ton.
Wheat, loose, $13 per ton.
Timothy, baled, per ton, $20.
LOCAL HIDE MARKET.
The following aro 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 tLe
size Is good and the condition prime;
coyote, 607Gc; bear skins, accord
ing to quality and size, from ,3 to
$15; coon, 35(8,40c; horse. $11.25;
sheep, gieen, Cc; sheep dry, 7V4c;
lynx or bob cat, 15030; skunk, 25c;
badger, 1530. ..
Needs of the Foreign Heathen and
Wllkesbarre, Pa.. Feb. 3. Advices
received by the local committee In
dicate a large attendance at tho an
nuul meeting of tho American
Church Missionary Society, which Is
to begin a two-days' session In this
nttv novt Mcmdnv. A feature of the
coming meeting will be reports of
laymen's work In planting anu main
taining missions in and near large
cities In this country.
The pressing need of missions in
South Amciica and the Antilles will
also receive attention. Bishop Tal
lin! of Pennsylvania, will preside
over the sessions, and among the
speakers will be the president of tho
Presbyterian board of foreign mis
sions, and a number of prominent
missionaries recently returned from
Cured After Surferlnq 10 Years.
Tt F Horn Sunt. Miami Cycle Sc
Mfg. Co., MIddletown, O., suffered for
ten years with dyspepsia, no spent
hnnili-Pflu nt dollars for medicine and
with doctors without receiving any
permanent benefit. He says: "One
night while feeling exceptionally bad
1 was about to throw down the even
ing paper when I saw an Item in the
peper regaroing tne merits oi n.uuui
ri..o,,ol Oura I rnncluded to try
It and whlln 1 Jiad no faith In it I
felt better after the second doso.
After using two bottles I am stronger
and better than I have been in years,
and I recommend Kodol Dyspepsia
Cure to my frlonds and acquaintances
suffering from stomach trouble." Sold
by Tallman & Co.
Ellis Klnkead. of Lexington, Ky,
shut and killed himself because his
sweetheart. Nort Veale, accompan
ied another suitor to tho tlieuior.
xw tr.,.1.- n lnrik- nt Kinkead's cormo
n.i,i ui.ni homo and shot hersolf
:10 a m
i:i:.'0 a ra
:n a m
Portland Special No, 1
'Chicago Special No, 2
Mall aid Express No. S
5:3. p ra
1 ..' a m
i9i a m
Spokana Spokane Passenger
s ;iu a m I no. s
8:50 p m
Mixed Train No. 41
Walla Walla P ranch
Mixed Train No. ti
1 :3S p m
No 7 coDtiecta Ith No. 2.
t Onlv Malta for Xo 1 In rie Xs. 1 la lain
not later than 3 1 minutes.
.-.o. 4Z concecta w un No. 2.
Ocean and River Schedule.
atoo p. m.
All sailing dates sub
ject to cnange.
For Ban Franclico
Sail every 9 daya.
To Astoria and Way
4JO p. a.
Boata leave Portland dally, except Bands)
'atage ol water permitting) lor Willamette and
laranui niver points.
4 a a. m.
Rlparla to Lewlaton
7:00 a. ra.
I..C, BMini. Agent. Peadleton.
VAN DRAN BROS.. Prona.
The Best Hotel In Pendfetoxi
and as good as any.
The Hotel l'cndlcton ljas just
been refitted and refurnished
throughout. Phone and fire
alarm connections with all rooms.
Baths in suites and single rooms.
Headquartors for Traveling Men
Commodious Sample Moons.
Rates $2 & $250
Epjclal rates by week or month
Prompt Dlulngrooiu service).
Bar and billiard room in oonnootlci
Only Three Blocks from Depot
GEO. DAI1VEAI), Prop.
Kuropeaii plan. Kvorythlug llrst
class. Accommodations tho beat. All
modern conwnlmces. Btenm heat
throughout. Large new sample rooms.
The HotUBt. (ieorge la pronounced one
ol the nuwt modem anil model hotcU
Chicago, St Paul, St. Louis, Kan
sas City, St. Joseph, Omaha and
All Points East and South
Portland and point
on tba Sound
Arrive at Pendleton Monday, Wednes
day and Friday, 1.45 p. m. Tuea
day, Thursday and Saturday, 11.45
Leave Pendleton, 7 p. m.
Leave Walla Walla dally.east bound. 11 :00 p, m
Arrive Walla Walladaily, neat hound, 10:t5a. m
For Inlormatlon regarding rates and accom
modatlons, call on oraddreas
W, ADAMH, Agent
8. B. CALDF.RIIEAD, 0. P. A.,
nana nana, naioiuawu.
Rooms 50c to $ J. 50
CORNER MAIN AND WEBB ST3.
Block and a half from depot
THE HOTEL BICKERS
(Formerly Golden Utile)
Pullman Sleeping Cars,
Elegant Dining Cars,
Tourist Sleeping Cars.
TO ) GRAND FOBJCfr
THROUGH TICKETS TO
and all point East and Bouth
rh.tii, Hrkati to Jatan and China, via
-r...r,,1 Northern PlClSO UUtBlSllIP C,
and American line.
Tialna leave Pendleton daily except loa4U
VorluJrU?er Inlormatlon. tlma caada, aoapi
and tickets, call on or writ.
dUton. Oregon, or j-"S0&1,
1UKU auu v,niv-w., -
Dallv East Orgonlan, by carrier,
only 15 cents per ween,
nemodeled and refurnUtied through
out. Everything neat, clean and up-to-date.
Steam Iieat and olectrio
lights. Best culsluo. Prompt lervlra.
H. E. BICKERS, Prop.
American Plan, j per day and upward,
ifrAifouartera for tourists and commercial trav
elers. Special rates made to families audalal
gentlemen. The management will b pleaaeat
at all limes to show rooms and give prices. A
modern Turkish bath establishment la the hetat.
11. t;. auwaiD, as assart.
J. L. VAUGHN
Prompt attention given and all
work exieutad properly.
Electrical Supplies of all kinds
OFFICII-121 WSSI COURT ST.
Walter's flouring Mills
Capacity, 160 barrels a day.
Flour exchanged for wheat.
Flour, Mill Feed. Chopped Jraad,
etc., alwaya on band.
In Baok. Evil Ufisirea, . riU.-.cnS.
Varicocele, or con
oua TwttohlnB. of
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