East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, February 06, 1904, DAILY EVENING EDITION, Image 7

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PROFESSIONS AND TRADES, ALPHABETTICALLY ARRANGED.
0, COLK. UI'MUW in JUUD
(Hlicu iiuuiDt v iu a. in. ;
tidloce, "" "ol1
-ruKn, M. D- DESrAIN I1I.0CK.
I !: corrects eve trouble, rn.
I.', conditions and Impaired hearing.
!. rorrectly fitted for retractive er
""'Vleclioue main 1811.
jlTn & KINOO. OFFICII O.Vnil
C". r,,n Hiiulnm bank. IVMilinnn
(j'rfsldentc telephone, main lnni.
rrSXuriniiD, m. u. iiomiioi'iiatip
p LHiriMD anu surgeon, umca in juou
T.,!n,ihnnB OrHCO. black 1411!
rrTMcl'AULI-, JUDD M.OCK. TEl.E.
fcie'llsin H i residence, Black Ml.
lit HKNunitBON, rnvsiciAN
r. surecon. uruco in Baviiucn Hank
pf room 1. Ofllce 'phone, mnln 1411 ;
kjtncf, mm
"m-nik IC. llljAKKSLIiR CHltONIC
t, nervous licenses and (llnpnues of
I U .... l.l hullrllntv nnl-na.- Mnltm .!
Ifl JIIIIU uu..u..t, -v...... u....u uuu
E itreotB. Ofllce 'phone, mala 721 ;
Ette, red 1223.
tiiSA AI.M.N I100NI3, OSTIIOI'ATII.
ijfncc. Thompson struct, botwecu Our
f liter slrects. l'lione macs 1021 Nor
lueait a specialty.
DENTISTS.
.EiS',LF:N:i"iET0N tnuoE. no. au
ofS.5h "MKK SWffi
f, ?,,t,clly Invited to attend. Hall m
R k ! p fourt street U A. Hartman
k. K., L. h. Bean, Secretary.
, KVMtt. DKNTAL BUI10KON. Otfico
fern 15, Judd Illock.
nVAUdllAN, DENTIST. OFFICE IN
I building, i-nono rcu mi.
IUAll, 11,1. A I. A.. AA A.I tl .T
iitlon block, over Schmidt's new drug
Tlione red 271.
"bANKS AND BROKERS.
!N'S IIESOIIT YOU A11P. iKVTTun
'roe reading-room. Why not Join and
mi, I I """""'"Ki; ui iree uatn, use of
:r n In s u"u """' equipments, In
cluding library and reading room? Terms,
1.00 to loin mwl r.n,. n miMt.h
rr NATIONAL HANK OF ATHENA,
won. Capital, $50,000; surplus and
tiliMOUO). Interest on time deposit!.
i in foreign and domestic exchange,
atom promptly intended to. Henry
IliBi, president ; T. J. Kirk, vlce-pres-
F. n. l,eurow, tuBuiui , i, u. awium,
fciibler.
FAIIMI'llH' HANK OF WESTON.
latin, Oreston. Does a general bank-
Mam. Exchange bought and sold.
ft!oM promptly attended to. It. Jam-
rMesweiu; i.eorpu . iroeusrci,
pnldent; J It. Kllgorc, cashier; dl-
fci a. A. iiariraan, .11. ai. J onus. r.
flit, 0. 1). draw, J. F. Kllgore, Itob
IliBfjon, (!. Vi, l'rocbstel.
MKN TO LKARN llAUllEH TRADE : ONLY
eight weeks required; two years tuved; posi
tions secured when competent. Catalogue
im.ai.bu ..cat NUIVI DIBIC1U VUliCKO, OHU
Fiancljco. Calif.
BINUEK SEWING MACHINE OFFICK, 809
College street. rcpnirs for all machines.
1. A I.ovctang, Manager
PENDLETON HAVINGS HANK,
Billfton. Oregon. Organized March 1,
ST ...!..t tlftrilVtl .ti.nliiii TK
I Visual. iw,wj , ouijj.ua, ,iv
I Interest allowed on nil time deposits.
I I. 1. A.wl n nil ..Bl..f.l.lfll
FUJ(C VliUnlifc null uuiu uu u.i iu...u.
1 Special attention given to collec-
I. II. 4, I iiruiaii, yreoiuuui , ii
, Tlct-preildeut ; T. J. Morris, cashier'
8EWEK CONTKACTOItS-REED .t LAFLER
make connections with the sewer for busi
ness houses and private residences. Terms
reHiuimuie. j!ave orucri ai 1 u. jayioi a
Uardware store
F. 8. MERRILL, SPOKANE, WASH., AGT
Densmore. Becond hand machines, supnllc!
and repairs.
EI NATIONAL HANK OF 1T.NDLE
I Cioiiil. j;i).uoo ; surplus, and un-
lid proati. 111X1,000 Transacts a
11 OlSIluK UllllllUa. 1..II.IIAUXU anu
ttaalc triQsiers soia ou i;uicbk, dru
im .Sn York. and rrlncloal points In
rli(il. Dr.llti drawn on China, Japan
Eatope Hiltss collection4! 011 reasonable
UitAiuav. nresident : W. F. Mat-
IilM-pmUeut; O. M. Rice, cashier ;(ieo.
nui, Jl., ummai csiumr
LADIES' CAI'SUI.KS UAilDKS, safe, reliable.
Abinlutelv guaranteed to cure Luucorrhoea
(whites) and Female WeaknebS. Write for
pariiciuars. LAuy Agents wauiea. Auuress
Mo. I'rop. I'harmscy, Lock Uox 112:1, Kansas
City, Mo.
SEE YOUR "UNCLE" WHEN YOU WANT
money. We make loans on personal property
T. II. (lurdaln, Pawn Broker, Mllarkcy build
ing, Court street.
IRCHITECTS AND BUILDERS.
TIODTJIAN. AltCIIITECT AND
krlitnidrat Room 12. Judd lllock, Pen-
nuteodent. Association block, reu
1 Orffjo.
WM. F. YOIINKA WILL PAY PIIOM1T
attention "to all sales and posting bills.
Correspondence solicited. Commission rea
sonable. P. O. box 2GG, Pendleton.
llOWARI), AltCIIITECT AND SU-
E Burnt. Makes complete ana reus
for tmllillriLn In the cltv or coun-
Ikom IT, Judd building.
1 1 COLE, CONTItAGTOIlS AND
rci r.sumaies iiiruisneu 1111 auuri
lb work a specialty. Prompt
I thnn 111.. la1n
UAVJ uu AIIIIIA BAlVOli UCOI m.u.u.
Mil. CONTllACTOK AN DItUILD
Eitlmates fnrnlsliiKl on all kinds
rx1, cement walks, atone walla, etc.
from at Kast uregonian oiuce.
I IfLLnit m.ASTnniMn and CE-
Ptlcr. Cemenr wnlka a specialty. Es-
pfiralsbed free. Work guaranteed.
rurs at llailley & Zehner'8 cigar
lHa street. P. O. box 104.
VETERINARY SURGEONS.
i-URY 8URQEON DK. D. C. McNADB
fiuiman's Drug store.
fOARDING AND LODGING.
! ALTA, COUNEIl ALTA AND
tms. uoara by tne aay or wee.
We set. Rates, $3.78 and L75
! Mrs. L. Neff, prop. Pendleton
IW la connection. L. Neff, pro-
h
HI nr. TIT r n k tiin t rrrt fjT IV
KtT. 11 l in n ci nn na. h. II I
lQvn iiusiness takes you
MIX. ItAn Mf h UnfAl Kallv ClnnA
irj1 ioa service. T 11. wimpy,
RY AND FEED 8TABLES.
fen hemrV feed yard, cor.
u.-nd LUllth streets. 8. A. Alio.
l' bones, good rlgi, bejt care given
r'wck, Opp, Hotel Pendleton. Phone
iJLUVEHY. UQAltD AND 8ALE
"'UCT .V k Ann a1 w nrAnplntiira. for
Bum.- ur.-r' -
i. v: . oiock noaraea aK reuuu-
ible,118Alta-it. Pnona Main 701,
best I
tl
ANOE AND LAND BU8INES3
E'pil ?. "hstracti of title, to .all
l-vatl I la cniintv. r.njina nn fltv
property, lluys and elli
IWi. taiff. uoea a general nro-
EU1DM. Ilan. a. I mnl-AA
-,. , ' A JB IHAC9 AUU AIAAW
ifi-'S' non-realdent!. Iteferepee,
enu eton.
i- . AltTMAN, Pre. .
bronfcj
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fcTLEY nHPnESENTB THE
tein.r"81 reliable are ana acci-
lij'corapaniei. oiuce who
&"'EI' J.n.' u- 8- LAND COM
ffl'i '."'urance and collections.
Oulldlpg. r0Qm 10.
KUJORIAL PARLORS.
2 R A v r . ....
1 ..f ".'Court atreot. Ueat work-
i itsrin j mouern improvements.
-W'I'liea. Hath rooms In. con-
NO-HAND DEALERS.
JR Diurmii iu ui-i'nNIl
I . ' .IT II ...... 1. 1 un
l&mt," lecoud-haud furniture.
. S na fockery, call and
ATTORNEYS.
toi, Or. """" " UMW Store, Pendie:
building: 11J1J' LAW 0P"CU IN JUDD
FVkATYotSi:x at-lTwTTTi
"taOfi'S.
'm'bu,,0"1". LAWYERS. AS-
N-Of'tntiq;vin?illAW.
CAItTEIl Sc I1ALEV. ATTniivt-vc TZ
mw:Ofllce In Savings Hank building.
II. I'J. COI.t.ir.i! iiii'viii, A
Ilooms 7 and 8, Association bulldlni
H1iw'MAi? i!i;II:llC,F" ATTORNEYS AT
'.i' . .r' Tillman has been admitted to
"-,'"-' iu uuireu states patent offices
nodo,smnikf)9 SIi?.c"l,ty, ( Patent law
block. ' ' 2 aud Association
FRATERNAL ORDERS.
MEl
get
FOR RENT.
NEAT, CLEAN, WELL-KEPT
Rooms to runt. U',.11 Iaaiia
302 Water strcotjeor. JoUnson."
FURNI8IIEI)
Mrs. Strahon,
FOR RENT -GOOD FRONT ROOM, SUITABLE
for two gentlemen or twoladlei. Call at CIO
Willow street.
WANTED.
MISCELLANEOUS.
DRESSMAKING. CUTTING AND FITTING A
m.ecialtr. Prompt work. Satisfaction guar
anteed Miss R. Whitley, 1)12 Main street.
IN POUND-TIIE FOLLOWINO DE-
lmnn l.nna l.uun Inlran nn h
BCriUgu UUIU1UIB HAIC lVSU .vu 'f J
the marshal of the City of Pendleton, to
wit ;
One black, coming S year old Ally. Indian
brand on left stllle, right hind foot wblte.
Oiebay gelding, coming 2 year pldf white
stripe in forehead, left hind fo jt and fore foot
white, Indian brand on left sfllle.
Onebav gelding, coining 2 year old, white
stripe In forehead, right hind foot white. Indian
nrauo on nam . ....... ,, .
One sorrel goiuing, weis. uuuu. . ..w
:i.i.. 1,1 fnrphniKl. rnttar marks.
12 or H years old, no visible brand.
une oay miy, cuiuiub y 1
Wk m.nean.ita l. ?o visible bjaud-
weigiit about noo pounds, no visible brandi-
One Day mare, uu .ii'i u.-u-, . r
back, weight about 1000 pounds, . or B jeari
'lf iald animals are not claimed by the
owners or those entitled to the possesion,
costs and eipenses against them paid, ana
r. ...ui.in ion flflvB from the
men luheu uuj nin.n. J , ihm
date hereof, then, at So clock n. m. of the
I'lltetii'ii naj - o. -- -. -
arnna .w. ' :,.V ,h. dtr
S nPd, on t e co'rner' of Cottonwood am.
str?ets. '" the City of PendUton h
proceeds 01 sucn saic i "i -lV
Kivment of such costs and expenses of mak
ing Bale. .,
ww a.rbAKSEV, City Marshal.
AMOHG THE EXCHANGES OF
' THE INLAND EMPIRE
Spokane's Moral Crusade.
Mayor Uoyd was notified by tlio
commlttoe nf iha nrrinrrinrR' nssnri.q-
tlon yesterday that tho alley resorts
of the city are cleaned up and that
If further lawsuits are incurred to
leep them clean he will bo tho next.
wcum oi tne preachers wratn. .
Tho committee was composed of
Ilcv. 11. E. Iltz. Rev. M. R. Dunn.
Ilev. George It. Wallace, nov. G.
vvuiiam uiuoncy and Ilev. A. It.
Lambert.
Hov. B. R. THy.. ns annlrosmnn nf
the committee, said; "Wo have tak
en it upon ourselves to attempt the
Cleaning of the nlm- rnsnrtn nf Ihp
city. The police report that that
won: lias been accomplished and we
are determined that tho crib system
Shall bo a thine nf 1hr nnst In Snn.
kane. Thoso places are now clean,
anu recognizing, the mayor as the
head of tho city government, wo
shall expect him to keep them so.
u you do not do so, Mr. Boyd, and
wo are compelled to go to law again
in similar cases, wo shall make , a
test case of it and see if tho mayor
can be compelled to cnfoice the
laws."
Mayor Boyd replied that ho did
not anticipate any more trouble, ?s
tho women were leaving the city.
Spokesman-Review.
Will Study Dairying.
The Sth annual session of tho
courso in dairying will be held at
the Washington Agricultural College
from Feb. 29 to April 22. The course
this year will pursue similar lines lo
those which have been in preceding
years. For two or three years past
the school has worked under the dis
advantage of having no building or
plant sufficiently well equipped for
its purpose. Through the generos
ity of the last legislature thin lack
lias been supplied and there is now
in process of construction a new
Ualry building which Is to take the
place of tho one destroyed by fire
some three years ago. Goldendale
Sentinel.
ster hen egg In Tho lnlon a few
days ago, a fowl belonging to J. I.
Jones of 505 North Sixth street
started out to beat the record of
Wednesday afternoon, ami the result
was brought to Tho Union office
yesterday in the shape or a well
formed egg SV4 by au, Inches, tape
measure.
The hen was a last April bird.
Mr. Jones' flock of 10 hens made a
fine record during January, produr
jng 275 eggs. They were red on
boiled wheat and kept In a warm
roost. Walla Walla Union.
OREGON
Shojtline
and Union Pacific
Two Trains to the East Dally
ThfAIIAl, 1.l1lmn . I I I . ,. .
u.....u .1.UUAIU aiiii inurill Sleep.
Ing cars dally to Omaha, Chleago; tourist
sleeping cat dally to Kansas City; thronsh
Pullman tourist sleeping cars personalty con
dncted) weekly to Chicago, Kris city, r-
ciining cnair cars urmi irro) to tne Knit dally
New Electric Company.
The company which proposes lo
go ahead with the construction of a
new electric power plant near tho
city and fight tho Northwestern
Ons & Klectrlc company as a re
sult of the high rates charged by
hat company, will In a day or two
begin circulating contracts among
business men and citizens. If a suf
ficient number stand behind the pro
ject anil take the contracts (o use
the current from the new company
for a specified period, construction
will commence at once. Walla
Walla Union.
A Remarkable Pet.
Mr. Apple of Olex wns In Arling
ton this week with an American
eagle. It Is a perfect pet and rode
to town with him on tho wagon. It
goes and comes when it pleases on
his farm near Olex. Ho mucin 11
before It could fly and It has become
, thoroughly domesticated. It Is now
nine months old and measures seven
feet from tip to tip of Its wings
! when standing. Its claws measures
nine Inches across from tho back
claw to the front one. This bird
.should bo secured for the J nor, expo
sition. Arlington Record.
rrar Tlmo SoIkxIiiIh laaivi
ro From Poudlctnu rso
Portland Portland Special No. 1 The Easl
9110 am OKMa.in
j
Chicago 'Chicago Special No. 2 Portland
5:13 pm Giiiupm
rortland Mall and Express No. ft The East
U::K)am U.'.'aam
TheKastl Mail and Express N0.6 I Portland
1:15 am 4.35 am
1
Pendleton Passenger Vpokaai
No 7 833 p n
V
Spokane fpokana raavngrr
!:10 am No. 8
rendition Branch .... n ,
Mixed lraln No. 1 J-Mpm
.,, Walla Walla Branch
0.o0pm Mlxnl Train No.
No Tcoiuiectswtth No.2.
t Onlv walls for No 1 In case Na. 1 Is late
not later than S 1 minnten.
o. 41 connects with No, 2.
A Tame Egg Story.
Stimulated by the Rtory ot a mon-
It's the Oregon Climate.
John Coggswell, the well known
old pioneer, is today celebrating his
90th birthday. Dcsplto his advanced
age he Is still as hale and hearty as
a man .10 years younger, and Is seen
on the business streets nearly every
day. Eugene Guard.
(.'CO p. m.
Dally
except
Sunday
8 SO p. m.
Haturday
10 MO p. in,
IT
REVIEWED
WE WILL BUY ch, S
rowsB"..rfv.r:.uVn,rp.r.
try. We till country orden.
SMITH BROS.
Wholesale Buteheri, Portland, Or.
PROMPT, RELIABLE SERVICE
A. J. BEAN
HAULING OF AIL KINDS
o.. ..van h.tlol care 01, mmi -
UrDTicn s. rnuu
Scott's Santal-Pepsin Capsules
. snainlir MIRE
For laSammallon or uaiarr;
of the Bladder and Diseased
Kidnsys. Mo caw no pay.
Carta 'aattlr sail Perma
ienUy lie worrt eaM! 0!
no matur of how lea ata-d-tug.
Absolutely harmless.
KcS.or&tViii
il.w boxes ; M8.
THE SAKTAl-PtPtm CO.,
nrLLIPOMTS SB. WIIVi
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by F. W. atnmiin o w
MEN AND WOMEN.
Uia Bla O tot unnatural
tarmwuCf0"""-.. i.atorpolsoo.
aomolIMIiV-IW!or wut In plain w.Wfci
V. a. a. tt W".-x;rs
Olreolat lent ou'iwueit.
ssKs(Cmr
soldi
FsntTUKfl
iHiGHESTEB'S PILLS
W W ii!
'...Turil Hcic.ll.."'"".',,".,K"1
.V. Viiiii tiIiuihiii. wi",.--
, . r.vri.i ..uu ui.i. n 'if
riuT.r.: VMllala s.Hr..vH
The wheat market has taken a fall
since a few days ago, and is now
quoted at about the same figure by
both exporters and mills. If the
farmer wishes to bring it to the mill
he can get from C4 to CC cents if
It is of the best grade ot bluestem,
but If It Is not of the standard grade
the mills will not have it at any
price.
It seems a far cry from the Jl
wheat of Chicago and (14 cents on
the Coast, but the solution lies in
the brain of Mr. Armour, the manip
ulator who has a corner on the
grcrin and is forcing it up. The
value there is fictitious and upon it
can bo based nothing of the value
of the real grain In the market or nn
the Coast.
Tho mills have all of the stock "n
hand they need, and are not looking
for grain, but will buy If it is brought
to them in good condition. Until
this stnto passes the price will In all
piobablllty remain the same as It Is
now, or in that vicinity.
Beets, 10 lbs. 25c.
Onions, 3c per pound.
Parsnip, lu rs. 25c.
Celery, 10c bunch, 3 bunches 26c.
Lettuce, hothouse, 5c bunch.
Kraut, 10c quart, 40c gallon.
Mlnco meat, 12c per pound.
Popcorn, shelled, 8 1-3 cents per
pound; on cob, 5 cents per pound.
FRUITS.
Bananas, 40c dozen.
Apples, 75c$l per bor.
lemons, 40c doz.
Oranges, 40-50c doz.
Cranberries, 15c per quart.
RETAIL GROCERY PRICES.
Coffee A.AOcho and Java, best, 40c
per lb.; next grade, 35c per lb; lower
grades, coffee, 25c to 15c per lb.;
package coffee, 20c per lb.
Rice Best head rice, 12c per
lb.; next grade, 10c per lb.
Sugar Cane granulated, nest u.5u
per sack; do 13 lb. Jl.
Salt Coarse, Xl.10 per 100: tauie,
J2.50 per 100.
Flour B. U., J4.25 per Barrel; wai
ters' $4.25 per barrel, $1.10 per sack.
Bacon 1418c per lb.
Ham 1718c per lb.
Coal oil $1.05 for 5 gallons, $3.25
per case.
Lard 70c 6 pounds; $i.iu iu pouuua.
VEGETmDLES.
Carrots, 2c per lb.
Potatoes, lc per -lb.
Garli , 10c per lb.
Cabbage, 3c per pound.
LIVESTOCK Ai;D POULTRY.
The following prices are paid by
dealers t the producer:
Turkeys, 1214c.
Chickens Hens, 7c; $34 per doz
en; roosters, 4 to 6 cents.
Geese, per dozen, $9.
Ducks, per dozen, $3.5004,
Butter, 50J76c, good.
Eggs, fresh, 30c.
CHOICE DEEF CATTLE,
Steers, $3.2503.76.
Cows, $2.5002.75.
Hogs live, 4'45c.
Hogs, dressed, G!i7c.
Veal, dressed, CG7c.
Sheep, $202.50. .
ET
Building
Material
Of all Description
Sash, Doors & Windows
Made to order. Building
paper, lime,, cement, brick
and sand, wood gutters for
barns and dwellings a spec
ialty, Oregon Lumber
Yatd
Alta St, Opp. Court House
I
HAY AND FEED.
Chop barley, $22.50 per ton; lc
per lb.
Chopped wheat, $1.40 per 100.
Bran, CO cents per sack.
Shorts, $1 per sack.
Oats, VA cents per lb.
Alfalfa, loose, $13 per ton.
Wheat, loose, $13 per ton.
Timothy, baled, per ton, $20.
LOCAL HIDE MARKET.
The followlne are the prevailing
average prices for hides In this mar
ket; beef, green, 4c per lb.; beef,
dry, 1001254c; mink, 50c each,
with- a possiuiiuy 01 11 cacu .
. la innd nnri tne conaiiiuu yuiuc;
vnip r.niffl7Kc! bear skins, accord
ing to quality ana size, irom m w
.1d; coon, .joufsvui a,u,
sheep, green, Cc; sheep dry, 7c:
lynx or bob cat, 15030; skunk, 25c;.
badger, iirau. t
Relief In One Minute.
rino minute rvineh Cure gives re
lief In one minute, becase It kills the
ml,.mlB which tickles the muCOUS
membrano, causing tho rough, and
at the same time clears the phlegm,
draws out the Inflamation and heals
anil soothes the affected parts. One
Minute Cough Cure strongmen" "
lungs, wards off pneumonia and is
a harmless and never falling cure In
all curable cases of Coughs, Colds
and Croup. Ono Minute Cough
Cure Is pleasant to lane, uii "
and Vod a"ko ior yllng nnd oW'
Sold by Taliman s
Miss Emily A. Watson of New
York City has contributed $100,000
....... ...i..,,llrt hn.
to the Now . orK ui"'"11 "
pltal to meet mo cost 01 u
convalescent crippled children '
an Industrial school for their benefit
...i i,na nian niomlsod an endow
ment fund of $250,000 for tho sup
port of the home ami scnum,
snld Uncle Kbon,
.'arts down an' does a day's loauii',
au rails it boln' lmttcut an' resign.
od"
Ocean and River Schedule.
FKOM PORTLAND.
; All sailing dates-nb-
cci locnanae.
Far San Krancisco
al every a days.
Colombia River
To Astoria and Way
Landings.
40 p. mi
:00 p.m.
buuday
Wlllnmetto Hi vor.
Boats leave Portland dallv. oiceot Bnndat
Hire of water nermtttlnrl for Willamette ane
Yamhill IllTrr points.
Leave
Leave
Kl parte
4 5 a. m.
Pallv
Excpl Monl
Snake River
Klparla to Lewlston
Lewtsloe
7la. m.
Pally
Iitil M01
,C SMITH. Aient. I'eadleton.
WASHINGTON
COLUMBIA RIVER
RAILROAD
Take this
route for
Chicago, St Paul, St. Louis, Kan
sas City, St. Joseph, Omaha and
All Points East and South
Portland and point
on the Sound
TIMIt CAllll
Arrive at Pendleton Monday, Wednes
day and Friday, 1.45 p. m. Tuei
day, Thureday and Saturday, 11.45
a, m.
Leave Pendleton, 7 p. m.
Leave Walla Walla dally.east bound. 11 KX) p, m
Arrive Walla Walladally.-zest bound, 10: a. m
For Information regarding rates and accom
modations, call ou or address
W, AUAHX, Agrni
l'endletou. Oregon
B. B. CAI.DKRHKAO, ). V. A.,
nana nana, ns.Himiuu,
HOTEL
PENDLETON
VAN DRAN BROS.. Prons.
The Best Hotel In Pendteto
and as good a any.
IbsHijwPim
The Hotel I'cndlcton has iuat
been refitted and refurnished
throughout. Phone and fire
alarm connections with all rooms.
baths in suites and single rocras.
Readquartors for Travollng Mai
uommouiouB sample Uoomi, 1
Rates $2 & $2.50
Hpeclal rates by week or month
ixeoiient uuialtie.
Prompt Olnlngroom serrlca.
,r ' i i
Bar and billiard room in oonneotloi
Only Three Blocks from Depot
MOTEL
ST. GEORGE
CEO. DAIjVEAU. Prop.
European plan Everything Ilrst-
cIrsh. AccoininoJatloiiH tho bcBt. AI
nioderit coiivenlrnces. Htenm lieat
tlinniRlimit. I.iirgo new sample rnouta.
Tlio Hotel Bt.dcorge Is pronounced one
ot the most modern anil model hotel
of Oregon.
Rooms 50c to $f.50
CORNER MAIN AND WEBB STS.
Block and a half from depot
TIE HOTEL BICKERS
(Formerly Golden Rule)
Court Street
m
TO
THROUGH
RUNS
Pullman Sleeping Cars,
Elegant Dining Cars,
Tourist Sleeping Cars.
BT. PAUJj
MINNKAPOWH
DUIiUTH
FAIUjO
ORAND FOBKH
CBOOKBTON
WINNEPEG
HKLENA and
BUTi'iE.
TICKETS
CHICAGO
WAHHINGTON
PHILADELPHIA
NEW YORK
JJOBTON
and all polnta Eaat and Bouth
rhmmh ticket! to Japan and Oblna, via
Tawma and Kort-ern faclfle nussmsaip
and American line.
IIMI SCHBDULB.
Tialni leave Fendleton dally excepl af
Vof lurtwr Information. Um. cards, ajar!
and tlcteU.callon or write j'J0r
?SrSrdV.r,lKn4i5rt?0k
TO
nalli East Oreoonlan, by carrier,
only 15 cents per week.
Itcmodolcd and rofurnlslied tlirougU.
out. Everything neat, clean and up-to-date.
Bteatn .ieat and eloctrto
lights. Heat cuisine. Troinpt servlca.
H. E. BICKERS, Prop.
THE PORTLAND
PORTLAND. OREGON
American Han, fj Pr day aad apara.
Ilcad,uarteis fortomUt. and comm.lcUl iraj
.Urs? Bpcclal rates made to famll ee aad jJaft
.tBtlemcn. The maaatmBt
it all times lo show rooms end give
moacra Turaisn oai...u..u..-..-
If. C. DOWKHB, Maaagtt.
J. L. VAUGHN
ctriclon
Prompt attention glvn ana alt
work eaeeuted properly.
Bleetrleal Supplies of all kinds
OFFICE-IZI WBST COURT ST.
(Tribune Building)
t
Walter's Flouring Mills
Capacity, 1B0 barrels a day.
Flour exchanged lor wheat.
Flour, Mill Feed, Chopped JTaa,
etc., always on hand.
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inEanii tuelrfi'liu...i"1";r;f.. .iSIrii. .inokiuir. cuiuaLoat Manhood.
iu of aba.uiipai."--f. BDermatdrrhoj llnaoir nio, "
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" 5V ."":."iii,;.iii.ni free. Address, msnon nin- .
nieu wiiiiwi."' .
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"""SoW 1 by Taltesn 4 Co., Druggists,
r -1. vourt .street