East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, February 08, 1904, DAILY EVENING EDITION, Image 7

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    DAILY EAST OREOONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1904.
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...mMS AND TRADE8. ALPHmcm.
lOFES'"" ...ui.t ARRANGED,
PHYSICIANS. ATTORNEY
-r n ! i " i n in j I mi)
. " oVii "hours. 10 to 12 a. m.:
M nimbone : Office, main 1371 ;
"i.lo 1381.
DESI'AIN I1L0CK.
troubles,
.rrp-t eve troubles. ca.
i u.?.i.n. and Impaired bearlnir.
I "Si fitted for refractive er
fil'maln 1011.
hMI"
KJJTT IUNOO. OFFICE OVEIt
r'u.. u.iinirn bank. Telenhon
""'..!'-.'.; main mm.
r
B R A V M v r. t. . . T.
a"(&y&?ii5r A LAW. Tn
Kr.Si sureeoo. Office In Judd
VSmhone: Office, black 1411 ;
llick 2
rSujLI.. JUDO BLOCK. TELE-
Bfllj resiuovv, "
" ttnia In Rnvlnfra Itnnlr
RJS i. ufllcc 'phone, main 1411 :
I BHD
W.AKESLEH, CIIItONIC
KfToas diseases uu uiseaHea or.
Findd building, corner Main and
(trtloB 'nhnnp. mnln TIM .
nU.EN IIOONK, OSTEOPATH.
' Th..mnnn street, between Dour
futeets. l'lione Black 1021 Nor-
tUpec-itm;.
DENTISTS.
..mho imut DUlIQlng.
. '"bo uuu uuuuing.
Itoums 7 ana 8, Association building.
81iaw'MMr' S,i?;'nRC,E' ATTOKNCYS AT
nracu'ce n' tii f0? been admitted to
h States patent offices,
and makes a specialty of patent law
block." 1Wl 12 ond ". Association
FRATERNAL ORDERS.
IrtEN. DENTAL HUI10ICON. Office
Auiici iii'ic.
FflnAN, DENTIST. OFFICE IN
fcldtDg. ruoue reu inn.
DENTIST. OFFICE IN AS-
K block, over ecummi a new arug
tn red 271.
Inks and brokers.
IlTlOXAL HANK OF ATHENA,
IID11SI, ou,uuu . Hurpius anu
lnl..r nil tin... llnnnu...
(lortljn and domestic exchange.'
H proruHl uiwuum iu. ueury
1 president! T. J. Kirk, vlce-pres-llUOrow,
cashier; I. M. Kemp,
IWEIIS' HANK OF WESTON,
. Ortgon. Does a general nuns-
m Kxcnnnpe uuugui anu som.
j promptly attended to. It, Jam.
laldtnt: George V. I'roebstel,
Unt; J. it- Kiigore, cannier; ui
i: Hirtirian. II. M Johns. T.
g D. Draw, J. V. Kllgore, Itob-
, U. v. rrocosiei.
iHDLirrON SAVINOH HANK,
. (jri't'on. urganizeu uarcu l,
Iij.ul. JIOO.001 ; surplus, 176,
I Ml suoweu uu nil j,uie ueiiutms.
bonsht and sold on nil principal
I-ptclil attention given to collec-
ft. J, mrnisu, presiuent; j. n.
y.rtildnl : T. J. Mnrrla. cashier'
note;, assistant cashier.
RATIONAL HANK OF I'ENDLE-
s,ul. iwiio ; surpiut, ana uu-
pnlu, 1100.000 Transacts a
tiailDf DUlliieH. r.xenunge ana
innifen sold on Chicago. Ban
I N't Vork, and principal points In
sreit. uruis arawn on wnina, japau
EHSKescoueciion- on reasonable
I Annoy, presltent ; W. F. Mat,
resident'. Q. U. ltlce. cashier : Geo
Ji.,uitiuat cashier
HITECTS AND BUILDERS.
0. ELKS, PENDLETON LODGE. NO 2SS
orRC.?.V,laj; "?tlu?'.,,t ".n third ThuridaVJ
sr.. E. R., ti". E. Benn, Hecretary , ""rlm,n'
IinsoitT-VOU AltE INVITED.
I rep reading room. Why not Join and
get the advantage of free batb, use of
pinicliInK bag and other equipments, in
cluding library and reading room? Terms,
H.uu to Join und nOc a month dues
FOR RENT.
NEAT, CLEAN, WELL-KEPT FURNISHED
Rooms to rent. Well loened. Mrs. Btrabou,
3d! Water street! cor. Johnson.
FOR RENT -GOOD FRONT ROOM. SUITABLE
for two gentlemen or two ladles. Call at CIO
Willow street.
WANTED.
MEN TO LEARN BARBER TRAllE ; ONLY
eight weeks required; two years saved; posl
Hons secured when competent. Catalogue
mailed free. Miller Hystcm College, Hau
Fianclsco, Calif.
MISCELLANEOUS.
A STliOr.0 AND WILLING WOMAN WANTS
nori. oyineuay Aauresi aic Garden strut
AMONG THE EXCHANGES OF
THE INLAND EMPIRE
8INGER SEWING MACHINE OFFICr,, 809
uiiege street, nepairs jor an macmnet.
I'. A Lovctang, Uanager
SEWER CONTRACTORS -REED & LAKLEli
make connections with the sower for busi
ness nouses and private residences. Terms
reasonable. Leave orders at T C. Taylor's
uaruware store
F. . MERRILL, SPOKANE, WASH., AOT.,
liunsmure. Bticonu nanu macnines. suDitiU'i
and repairs.
LADIES' CAPSULES GARDEB. safe, reliable
Absolutelv euarauteed to curu Lencorrlioea
(whites) and Female Weakness. Write for
Particulars, Laay Agenis wautea. Auuress
o. Prop. Pharmacy, Lock Box W, Kansas
t:uy, juo.
iROL'Tlfi.S', AltCHITECT AND
faam Koom VI, JiUd mock, Pen
(flieat Association block, Ten,
EIBD. ARCHITECT AND SU,
it Makes comnlate and rella.
ibnlldlni In the city or coun
an, juqu nuiiains.
KIMLE, CONTIlACTOItS AND
l Ullmates fitrnliilii. nn ahort
M ork a specialty. Prompt
(H on Bluff street, near Main.
MJ. CONTRACTOR AN DI1UILD-
juies furnished on all kinds
(tntnt walks, stone walls, etc.
it East Oregonlan office.
EE. pi.AHTEttiNn Attn en.
itotnt walks a specialty. Es
'jcu iree. nric uuaraoteeu
It Badler & Zehner'a clear
"uttt. V. U. UOX 1U4.
fERINARY SURGEONS.
3DRaEON-I)R. D. C.McNABB
is iirug Hiore.
piNG AND LODGING.
EU, COItNER ALTA AND
I, HnJII-fl ho (ha taw nr wpalt.
et Kates, 3.7G and I1.7G
ri. L. Ncff, prop, l'endleton
U tannettnn I , VtT. nro.
loo to ti.BO per day. U. I".
DRESS -fAKING. CUTTING AND FITTING A
specialty. Prompt work. Batlsfactlon guar
anteed Miss R. Whitley, 912 Main street.
IN POUND THE FOLLOWING De
scribed animals have been taken up by
the marshal of the City of I'endleton, to
wit:
one black, coming 2 year old filly, Indian
brand nn left stille, right hind fuot white.
Oi,e bav gelUlng, coming z year oia, wnue
stripe In forehead, left hind fo t and forefoot
whits, Indian brand on left stille.
One bav gelding, ioming2 jear old, white
tripe In forehead, right hind foot white Indian
brand on right tllle.
uue sorrei geiuuis. woiriiiuuuui
pounds, white stripe lu foreheid, collar marks.
u or h years om, uo visiuic urwiiu.
One bay filly, coming 2 years old, heavy
blsck mane anil tali, no visible brands.
unegrey inaru, o or t yvmo uiu, .,,
weight about too p ionds, no visible brands.
une par mure, uu wbiuiw umuua, ,Uu.r
back, weight about 1000 pounds, 7 or 8 years
'lf said inlmals are not claimed by the
,it.wi tn tliA ,irtauaalnn.
OV.nevB or llliC cuiutru i ." I'"---
costs and expenses against tbem paid, and
tneu laaeu uvj hiiuiu icu ----date
hereof, then at 2 : o'clock D. m. of the
arlmal will be sold to tbe highest bidder,
at public auction for cash, at the city
notmd. on the corner of Cottonwood and
I i. .1.. fit- nt lnll0tnn. the
proceeds of iuch sale to be applied to the
iiayment ot aucu cub is nuu wpuo
ni.' sale.
liateu reorusry.. iwi. , ,
M.J CAhXKY, City Marshal,
I1U81NKSS TAKES YOU
Mop i at tbe Hotel Helix. Good
r i service. T li. wimpy,
'AND FEED 8TABLE8.
I HENRY vwn varti cok.
.Ud Ulllth stmts, a. A. Alio.
c, coraiortable stalls, rienty
i liven careful attention.
, "TABLES G. M. FROOME,
ftrii, good rigs, bast care given
J- "PP. Hotel Pendleton. Phoaa
CERY, BOARD AND SALE
PI Kennedv. nrnnrlAtors. for
. . Stock boarded at reason
JjjlW Alt at, PAona Main 701.
WANTED YOUR ORDERS FOR EN-
graved caras, weuuiuc hhki , "i
a '.i.uin rr,l with nlate.
$1,00; additional cards In future, 1 per
bunorea. xue i-usi mrtwi.u.
Z AND LAND BU8INE8S
UtlS . .1.1. , n -II
county. Loans on city
.17," V" "uy na "
LJ'ste- Does a general bro-
I ja laxea ana uun
1, 'i' Bon-resldenU. Reference,
tjjAgTUAN. Pre,
fett Vic. Pre,
LEY
Snt tellable pre" and ami
fWfipanlea. Offlea vrttb
4iJiRi5 u" B- 1'AND COM.
JKfhUj mads of land M-
1 k.,Ti ,rance and collections.
lil'Mlng. room 10.
!25"AL PARLORS.
I S..7T
Lkvw'TAitY HAniiEn hiiop.
lHj'V0irt street. Beat work.
IlltS m?lern Improvements.
Bath rooms In con-
HO DEALERS.
EiVTSrr:... ...
Eii !ll'"u IN HKUOND
fit "5wS.i!u
t '"lr Z ".u uauu lurunuir,
let, V sad crockerv. rail and
- vourt street.
BEE YOUR "UNCLE" WHEN YOU WANT
money. We make loans on personal property
T. U.Gurdaln, Pawn Broker, Mllarkey build
ing, Court street.
WM. F. YOIINKA WILL PAY PROMPT
attention to all sales and posting bills.
Correspondence solicited. Commission rea
sonable. P. O, box 1!U0, Pendleton.
SUBSCRIBERS TO MAGAZINES. IF YOU
want to subscribe to magazines or news
papers lu tbe Uulted States or Europe, re
mit by postal note, check or send to the
EAST Ullltuunian me ucl
price of iue publication you desire, and we
will have It sent you and assume all tne
risk of the money being lost In the malls.
It will save you both trouble and risk, it
iou "re a subscriber to the East Oregonlan
In remitting you can deduct . " PerPA"ir
from tbe publisher's price. .Address r.AS J
OREOONIAN PUB. CO., Pendleton, Ore.
80ME REASONS.
r'endleton People Should Follow ThU
VaiuMie acivicc.
Because the proof Is In Pendleton.
You can easily In.estlgato it.
Not necessary to experiment.
With some untried remedy.
Prodi by the experience of ,a clti-
llvos at the
corner of Turner and B. streets ; Bays:
"I was unable to stoop without suf
fering the most Intense pain across
tho small of my back and through my
kidneys. I got ray first box uow
Kidney I'llis at tne urucn ot
Co drug store. I was so soro and
lame that I could not stoop at the
ill to wash. Doan's Kidney P U,
did away wltu tne trouuic. .
uiu " ,i.ii, v,nt rioan'a Kid-
not lioneaiiy un --:
noy Pills acted up to tl.o representa.
tlnna mauo uy muiu i n ,!
t v name to an Indorsement. I know
others who have used Douirt Wdney
Pills W th ttio same s iu.v.
vor sale by all dealors. Prlco CO
cents P or box.
Hurraio, in DU"'
"'ifomombor tho namo-DOAN'S
and take no othor.
Pioneer Express Carrier.
Mr. Frank McBean. of Canyon
City, arrived on the stage this even
ing, says last Friday's Granite Gem.
Everybody who ever goes to Canyon
City meets Mr. McBean and nt once
becomes his friend. It Is bard to
tell what brought him to Granite,
but there scorns to be plenty of
county seat talk In the nlr.
Frank, as everybody calls Mr. Mc
Bean, la one of tho first pioneers of
Grant county. He says this is '.lis
first visit to "Granite Creek" for
over 30 years. In 'fib ho used to
carry express between Canji-on City
and Granite then called Indepen
dence. In tho winter In thoso days
he made the trip on snowshoes with
the express In a pack on his pack
from Canyon City to Granite in two
days. Ho says it took liim three
days to get here this tlmo making
the best connections possible by
stage and train. We can still bent
the stage to Canyon going "bv
hand," Grant Comity Kcws.
Union up Against' It.
The case of William D. Benson,
the barber who persists In running
bis shop after union hours, presents
some strange features. A committee
from the trades council Is busy in
vestigating the situation. Benson
Is not working any of his union em
ployes longer than the regulations
of the union' allow. The rules ot the
barbers are that shops can run
from 7 In the morning until 7 nt
night and until n on Saturday
nights. Benson Is running his es
tablishment from C In the morning
until 8:30 at night and until mid
night on Saturday. He works the
extra hours himself and as ho Is n
boss he Is not allowed to be a mem
ber of the union. The question
which the trades council Is Invest!
gating Is whether a man who Is not
allowed to he a member of the union,
can be forced to work only as the
union shall dictate. Spokesman-Review.
In the following dispatch from Crip
pio Creek Is a former Baker City
ooy, a son of Joe KInnlson. He was
ueputy sheriff under Conde
Steve Andrews, W. F. Davis,
Chas. KInnlson, Thomas Foser and
Charles McKlnney, charged by tho
military with having caused the
Vindicator mine explosion by which
two men were killed and with hav
ing plotted to wreck a train on tbe
riorence & Cripple Creek railroad,
will bo tried at this term of court.
iney nave been confined In tho mili
tary Jail for more than two months."
Baker City Herald.
No right on Earth.
Judge Brown, the Cnlneso com
missioner, is hearing the cases of
four Chinamen, charged with illegal
residence In tho United States. Al
fred Hampton, the chief Immigration
Inspector, A. F. Ebcy, assistant and
the government interpreter, arrived
from Helena this morning to take
charge or the work. N. M. Kulck
Is prosecuting and S. W. Moody :s
defending tho Chinamen. Tho prls
oners are l.em Bok, Louie Gar Woh
anil Ah Woh Of Wefopr nnrt tin Tin
of Silver City. Holse Capital News.
Baker City Boy In Trouble,
Tho Charles KInnlson mentioned
New Instrument of Torture.
When a Hood Hlver pupil dares to
Call Ills Instnirtnr a "riihhni- nr.nl."
he is then a fit candidate for Initia
tion inio the mysteries of the rubber
tube, It having been decided by the
bOat'd Of dlrertni-R rf thn nnhnn, i
that place that In administering cor
poral punishment a rubber tube is
to be used Instead of. tho old time
switch. The Dalles Chronicle,
I
One Hundred Stamp Mill.
On the authority of a prominent
Malheur mine operator, who has
been Identified with the work at tho
Black Eagle, The American can say
that Manager J. F. Mclkle, of that
famous pioperty, Is now arranging
for Installation or a 100-stamp mill,
In addition to the 20-stamp plant
now there. Blue Mountain Ameri
can,
MARKET
REVIEWED
GREAT LOSSES SUSTAINED
IN CHICAGO WHEAT PIT.
Puyers of All. Cereals Feel the Touch
of War's Uneasiness May and
July Wheat Up and Down With
Feverish Irregularity English
Consols Decline Seriously In Price.
Chicago, Feb. 8. A storm of
liquidation swept over tho grain pits
In spite of the critical situation In
tho Orient. Sharp losses were sus
tained In all cereals. The market
was unable to rally and closing
prices were near tho low point. May
wheat being ottered lc from Satur
day night's close. May corn clos-.'J
lc lower, while oats were down
22ltc. Provisions were practical
ly unchanged.
Strength and activity marked the
initial trading In wheat. That the
war outlook was of a serious nature,
was evidenced by a decline in the
price of English consols. Shorts
were active buyers at the start and
bid up the price of the May option
USJe above Saturday's close, the
opening quotations being at U51,'
95c. July was a shade to c
higher at 8C(Q8C.
But these prices lasted only a mo
ment. There was such a quantity of I
wiiat for sale that within live min
utes the price of May had fallen to J
yic ana Juiy to au-uc uie selling
craze was soon partly exhausted. On
support from tbe leading long, tho
market quickly recovered part of
the early loss. May rallied to 94c
and July to 8fic. Trading was com
paratively quiet during the remain
der of the day until the last half
hour.
Oranges, 40-50c doz.
Cranberries, 15c per quart.
livestock a;,d poultry.
The following prices are paid by
dealers t the producer:
Turkeys, 1214c.
Chickens Hens, 7c; $34 per doz.
en; roosters, 4 to C cents.
Geese, per dozen, $9.
Bucks, per dozen, $3. GO 4.
Butter, D075c, good.
Eggs, fresh, 30c.
CHOICE BEEF CATTLE, ET
Steers, $3.2503.76.
Cows, ?2.5062.7G.
Hogs live, 40c.
Hogs, dressed, C7c.
Veal, dressed, CG7c.
Sheep, J22.50.
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, 1 cents per lb.
Alfalfa, loose, $13 per ton,
Wheat, loose, $13 per ton.
Timothy, baled, per ton, $20.
LOCAL HIDE MARKET.
The following are tho prevailing
average prices for hides in this mar
ket; beef, green, 4c per lb.; beef,
dry, 104J12'4c; mink, EOc each,
with a possibility of $1 each if the
size Is good and tbe condition prime;
coyote, 50075c; bear skins, accord
ing to quality and size, from 3 to
$15; coon, 35040c; horse, $101.25;
sheep, green, Cc; sheep dry, 7c;
lynx or bob cat, 1530; skunk, 25c;
badger, 1C30.
RETAIL GROCERY PRICE8.
Coffee i,.ocho and Java, best, 40c
per lb.; next grade, 36c per lb; lower
grades, coffee, 25c to 16c per lb.;
package coffee, Z0c per lu.
Rice Best head rice, 12Wc per
lb.; next grade, 10c per lb.
Sugar Cane granulated, best$6.t.u
per sack; do 13 lbJ $1.
Salt coarse, 11.10 per iw; tame.
$2.60 per 100.
Flour B. B $4.zo per narrei; wai
ters' $4.26 per barrel, $1.10 per sack.
Bacon 14318c per lb.
Ham 1718c per lb.
Coal oil $1.05 for C gallons, $3.25
per case.
Lard 70c b pounas; ii.iu iv puuuue.
VEGETmCLES.
Carrots, 2c per lb.
Potatoes, lc per lb,
Garli , 10c per lb.
Cabbage, 3c per pound.
Beets, 10 lbs. 25c.
Onions, 3c per pound.
Parsnip, 1U lbs. 25c.
Celery, 10c bunch, 3 bunches 25c.
Lettuce, hothouse, Gc bunch.
Kraut, 10c quart, 40c gallop.
MInco meat, 12o per pound.
Pniirrirn. shollcd. 8 1-3 cents per
pound; on cob, B conts por pound.
FRUIT8.
Bananas, 40o dozen.
Apples, 75c$l per box.
lemons, 40c doz.
AWFUL.
There Is a little maiden
Who has an awful time
She Iibb to hurry awfully
To get to school In time.
She has an awful teacher,
Her tasks are awful hard;
Her playmates all are awful rough
When playing in tno yaru.
She has an awful kitty
Who often shows her claws;
A dog who Jumps upon her dreas
With awful muddy paws.
She has a baby sister
With an awful little nose
With awful cunning dimples
And such awful little toes.
She has two little brothers
And they are awful boys
With their awful drums and trum
pets
They make an awful noise.
Do come, I pray thee, common
sense,
Como nnd this maid defend,
Or else I fear her awful life
Will have an awful end.
Boston Budget.
Annual Meeting of the Inland Empire
Retail Lumbermen, spoxanc wn.,
February 10 to 14.
For the nvobe occasion the O. It.
& N. makes a rate of one and one
thlrd faro for the round trip on tho
certifloto plan. Tickets on sale any
throe days prior to tbe opening day.
For particulars, call on or address
E, C. btnitn, agent.
Salem will vote on a high school
In June,
TRANSPORTATION LINES.
DM
OREGON
$H OUTLINE
akdUivion Pacific
iwo rrainB to tne East Dally
Thmtirh Pilllman itatirlar.1 x-,. ....
Ing cars dally to Omaha, Chicago; tourist
Pnllmnn tourist sleeping cars personally con.
dncted) weekly to Chlcsso, Kansas City, re
clining chair cars (seati fr) to the East dally.
Dinar Time SohtNitile Asaivi
roa rrom i-oiiuiotou raois
Portland
t) :10 am
Chicago
Diupm
Portland
12:.y a ra
The East)
a m
Spokane
s:iu a m
tQpn
Portland Special No. 1
The East
9:00 a.m.
Chicago Special No, 2
Mall and Eipress No. S
fortune
55 p m
The East
a m
Mall and Express No. (I
I'endleton Passenger
No 7
(Spokane Passenger
No. 8
Pendleton Branch
Mliod iraln No. 41
Walla Walla Branch
MUM Train No. t!
Fortune
UUam
Spoken
53JP3
2 as p m
No "connects with No.'.'.
t Onlv waits tor No 1 In nu Sit. 1 ts latA
not later than 3ii ralnntes.
No.izconnectsnith No. 2,
Ocean and River Schedule.
FltOM PORTLAND.
8:00 p. m.
Dally
eacept
Sunday
8 Km p.m.
ntiuraar
10 Ml p. lll.l
All sailing dates sob-l
ject io "nanre.
Far Ban FrancUco
Sail every S days.
Columbia Hirer
To Astoria and Way
Landings.
ia50 p. m,
4:00 p. to,
Banday
YVIllnmottti HIvor.
Boats leave Portland dally, eirept Bnndaj
'state of water nermtttlnirl for Willamette an
Yamhill Klver points.
Leave
Klparta
4:03a.m.
Dallv
EicptMon
Snake Klver
Klparla to Lewlston
Leava
Lewlstoa
7:00 a. m.
Dally
Esept Met
E. (' SMITH, Asent, Pendleton,
WASHIHGTOH
COLUMBIA RIY&R
RAILROAD
Take this
route for
Chicago, St Paul, St. Louis, Kan
sas City, St. Joseph, Omaha and
All Points Bast and South
Portlaad aad points
oo tn Sound
t:mh card
Arrive at Pendleton Monday, Wednes
day and Friday, 1.45 p. rp. Tues
day, Thursday and Saturday, 11.45
a. m.
Leave Pendleton, 7 p. m,
Leave Walla Walla dally.east bound, llrOOp, m
Arrive Walla Walladally, vest bound, 10:45 a. m
Vnr Information reaardlnc rates and sccouv
uodatlons, call on or address
W, AIUVIH, Agent
Pendleton. Oregon
8. B. CAI.UKKHEAD, O. Y. A.,
nana nana, nasniuciuo.
HOTBL.
HOTEL
PENDLETON
VAN DRAN BROS., Props.
The Best Hotel in Pendleton
and as tood as any.
The Hotel Pendleton has jusl
been refitted and refurnished
throughout. Phone and firo
alarm connections with all rooms.
Baths in suites and single rooms.
Headquarters for Traveling Msi
Commodious Sample Rooms.
Rates $2 & $2.50
Bpeclnl rates by week or mouth
Excellent Cullne.
Prompt Dlnlngroom Mrrict.
!III7r.WIt -4.
Bar and billiard room In oonneotlcl
Only Three Blocks from Depot
MOTEL
ST. GEORGE
GEO. DAIIVEAU, Prop.
European plan Everything HrsU
class. Accommodations tkn best. A,1
modem conveniences. Htcum heat
throughout. Large new xample rooraa.
The Hotel Ht. (Icorge Is pronounced oaa
ol the most modern anil model hotel
of Oregon,
Rooms 50c to $t.50
CORNER MAIN AND WEBB ST8,
Block and a half from depot
THE HOTEL BICKERS
(Formerly Golden Rule)
Court Street
TO
RUNS
Pullman Sleeping Can,
Elegant Dining Cars,
Tourist Sleeping Cars.
Br. PAUjj
MINNKA-TUliln
DDLUTH
VARGO
GRAND FOBKfi
CROOKOTON
WINNEPEO
HELENA and
BUTTE.
THROUGH TICKETS
CHICAGO
WASHINGTON
PHILADELPHIA
NEW YOBK
BOSTON
and all point Eaat and South
ri..nh tickata tn jaean and Oalaa, via
TaMina and Northern KaelBe auansalp C.
aad American line.
T1MI SCHIDULI.
Tialns leave I'endleton dally eiotpt SsusSaf
Vofforther 'n'rB'l0?.vH?i,i fl2
andUciet.callon or write W. Adams, 's
dletou. a;d'nyMotrlon'gS:. FortUndTot.
Tt)
Dallv East Oreoonlan, by carrier,
only 15 cent per week.
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Remodeled and refurnished through
out. Everything neat, clean and ai
to date. Steam licat and electrics
lights. lest culsloe. Prompt servlc
H. E. BICKERS, Prop.
THE PORTLAND
PORTLAND, OREGON
American Mao, Is per day and apwerat.
Headquarters for tourists and commercial trat
Urs. brcUlrUs mads to families aad ssasjlf
gealUmto. The naoageuicat will be plassasl
at all limes to show rooms aad give prices.
dcra Turkish bath establishment la the hats.
II.C.OWKKI,Waaaef,
J. L. VAUGHN
Electrician
rrompt attention given aad all
work eiscuted properly.
let trleal Supplies or all kinds
orrici-izi WIST COURT ST.
(Tribune Bnlldlng)
Walter's Flouring Mills
Capacity, 160 barrels a day.
Flour exchanged (or wheat
Flour, Mill Feed, Chopped JfMi,
etc., always on band.
H
MANHOOD RESTORED
IMuil'lra, UuUlnB. (o uurry, -a;,,Wa!furit;. irblclilj not checked lessSs
T1T5mw nlnotr per cent, tal!!8Z"5JJ:KZ .uarinlie siren. and wooer ' nlarnep is
tucurOYmhoatanope
ntonmis.. Aurua -
Sold by Ts!!rr..".n A Co., Drugglete.
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