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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON. OREGON, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2, 1904.
AMONG THE EXCHANGES OF
THE INLAND EMPIRE
After Nez Perce Agent.
It has 'developed that ex-Senator
Heltfeld's present trip m the east Is
In connection with recent troubles
on thq Nez Perce reservation nnd
the charges filed against Suporln-'
tendcnt McArthur. Senator Hcltfold
left yesteray morning and friends
say he had been requested by the In
dian department at Washington to
assist in the further investigation of
the charges made by tho Indians and
others against Mr. I'eArthur. ,
Persons pushing tho claims against
the superintendent and acting agent
claim that even if the Indian depart
ment, does not act on the present
chMjjeRjoUifyr charges will be at once
filed tantlfav even more rigid lnves-tlgatioadc-ruaruled.
FrientfSpof Mr. McArthur say that
In the investigation held by Special
Agent McNIchols In December last
the Indian complainants we're una
lile to give any evidence against tho
superintendent worthy of attention
and that in all probability the mat
ter will never be heard of again. ,
Ix-wlston Tribune. (
Wheat Reports From Walla Walla.
Milton Evans, 'state correspondent
Xor the department of agriculture,
will today forward his report for the
"Walla Walla valley, showing condi
tions at tne close or February. The
report sIiowb that all the corn raised
lost year wqb of a marketable quali
ty and the price averaged about 0
centB per bushel. Mr. Evans esti
mates that 25 per cent of tho wheat
crop of last .year Is still In tho hands
of the farmers and that one per cent
Is annually consumed within the
county. The corn crop of the county
Is shown to be of but little Import
ance, although enough Is raised to
supply local demands. Walla Walla
The Negro Can't Heip It.
Some intimation of the rumpus
that the recent marriage of the negro '
captain of the Ninth cavalry to a
mulatto. Miss Ada Mills, has caused
at the Presidio, has drifted into local
STOCK RECEIPTS AT
PORTLAND VERY LIGHT.
Only 130 Head of Cattle in the Mar
ket of the Oregon Metropolis In 24
Hours Eastern Oregon Steers
Quoted at $4.75 Grain-Fed Weth
ers and Lambs $4.50 Per 100 Hdgs
Find Ready Sale at $5.75.
Portland Union Stockyards. March
2. The receipts of livestock In the
local yards during the past 24 hours
were quite small and consisted f
J30 cattle and 21 horses. Cattle are
more quiet, while hogs and sheep
are strong. Ruling prices remain as
Cattle Best Eastern Oregon
steers. J4.7B; best valley steers, $4
4.50; medium steers, J3.754; cows,
$3,750.4: bulls, $2.503; stags, $3
Hogs Best heavy, $5.75; block,
$5.50; China fats, $55.25; stockens
and feeders, $4.504,76.
Sheep Best grain-fed wethers and
lambs, $4.50; mixed sheep, $3.50
4.75; Blockers 'and feeders, $2.50
Chicago, March 2. Cables were
dull today and liquidations which be
gan yesterday continued throughout
Primary receipts were 712,000
bushels against 391,000 same date
Wheat Open. Close.
May $1.00 -97
New July . . . .93 .91
Old July 9494 92B
RETAIL GROCERY PRICES.
Coffee Mocha 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, 16c per lb.;
next grade, 12c per lb.
Sugar Cane granulated, best $6.U0
per sack; do, 14 lbs $1.
Salt Coarse, $1 10 per 100; table,
$2.50 per 100.
Flour-B. B.. $4.25 per barrel;
Walters', $4.25 per barrel, $1.10 per
Bacon 1418c per lb.
' Ham-1718c per lb.
' Coal oil $165 for 5 gallons, $3.25
PeLard 70c 6 pounds; $1.40 10
" Carrots, 2c per lb.
Parsnips, 10 lbs 25c.
Potatoes, lc per lb,
, Garlic, 10c per H.
Cabbage, 3c per )b.
Onions, 3c per lb.
Itadlshea, 5c per bunch.
Green onions, 5c per bunch.
Walla Walla spinach, Cc per iu.
Celery, 10c bunch, 3 bunches 25c.
Lettuce, hothouse, 5c bunch.
m 1 . . . a- ..ri 4fln ea on.
.hSl5: 81-3C i-r lb; on
ob, 5c Jior lb,
Ilauatias. 40c dozon.
'Apples. 76c $1 per box.
Jmons, 40c dozen.
army circles from San Francisco.
Captain onarles Young, as stated in
the telegraphic dispatches last Sun
day, took unto himself a wife at
Notwithstanding the fact that the
regulations seem to prescribe that in
negro regiments, such as tho Ninth
cavalry, all the officers shah bo
white, Captain Young has been a
member of the Ninth for seven years.
The white wives of all tho other offi
cers in the regiment are up in arms
over the fulfillment of army etiquette
which says -flat they shall call on
Captain Young's wife and receive
her on equal footing at all post hops
and other entertainments. Walla
Will Sign Deeds to Right of Way.
F. A. Seufert of The Dalles, says
that ho Is ready to convey to tho
state and the national government
right of way for Celllo canal through
his property and that he will sign
the deeds this week.
Mr. Seufert's holdings cover five
anil a half miles of the proposed ca
nil route, the remaining three miles
doing owned by I. H. Tafte, William
Mitchell, Everdlng &. Farrel, and the
O. It. & N. railway. All of these
owners are willing to give up ground
readily and have reached an under
standing with the state commission
ers excepting Mr. Taffe, who says
his valuable property Interests will
be considerably damaged by the wa
terway. Mr, Taffe owns about one
quarter mile of the canal route.
The state commissioners will prob
ably sign up with the owners within
the next 30 days, and meanwhile will
endeavor to make an amicable agree
ment with Mr. Taffe, paying him lib
erally for damages. The Dalles
Pool Selling Closed Out.
The pool room at the Hoffman
House, selling pools on the Califor
nia races, was close'd yesterday. The
reason assigned Is that the new li
cense Imposed by the council is ex
orbitant and prohibitive. Boise
Oranges, 40G0c dozen.
Cranberries, 10c per quart.
LIVESTOCK AND POULTRY.
The following prices are paid by
dealers to the producer:
Chickens, hens, 8c; ?34 per doz
en; roosters, 46c.
Geese, per dozen, $9.
Ducks, per dozen, $2.500' 4.
Butter, 5075c, good.
Eggs, fresh, 25c.
CHOICE BEEF CATTLE, ETC.
Hogs, live, 45c.
Hogs, dressed, 07c.
Veal, dressed, 07c.
HAY AND FEED.
Chop barley, $22.50 per ton; lUc
Chopped wheat, 1.40 per 100.
Bran, COc per sack.
Shorts, $1 per sack.
Oats, lc per ib.
Alfalfa, loose, $13 per ton.
Wheat, loose, $13 per ton,
Timothy, baled, per ton $20.
HIDES AND PELTS
SCARCITY OF BOTH, THE
WINTER BEING TOO MILD.
At the Same Time Prices Are Dull
Winter Has Been Very Favorable
for Stock, Which Are In Good Con
dition in Every Locality and in
Good Health Business Is Dull
With the Hide Men.
The hide market is a dead thing
this year, and where one pelt has
been shipped out in the past few
months five were sent over the road
last year. This is in a large measure
due to the mild winter and the fact
that so few of the sheep and cattje
have died during the cold weather.
The weather of the past few months
has been very healthy for the stock.
This, though advantageous to the
cattle owner, Is hard on the hide
Green sheep pelts are selling for
5 cents, and tho dry for 7 cents,
while green beef hides are bringing
4 cents, and 11 cents dry. This will
show the market to be falling, and
though the supply Is short, the de
mand seems to be very weak.
The local men in the business have
but little to do, and have a hard time
In finding pelts enough to Justify the
hunt after them.
The Name Witch Hazel,
The name Witch Hazel Js much
,.i.vi K. r. Tie Witt & Co.. Chi
cago, ure tho inventors of the orig
inal and only genuine wucn jiazoi
Salve. A certain euro for cuts, burns,
bruises, eczema, totters, piles, etc.
There are many counterfeits of this
..i.. mimn fr which are dangerous.
while they are worthless. In buying
Witch Hazol salvo see mm uio iiume
E C De Witt & Co., Chicago, Is ou
tlie box und a euro is certain. Sold
by Tallman & Co,
BUSINESS CARDS, SOCIETIES
PROFESSIONS AND TRADES
DR.. W. O. COLi:, OFFICB IN JUDD
building. Office hours, 10 to 12 a. m. ;
1 to 5 p. m, Telephones; Office main
1S71 ; residence, main 13S1.
J. I.. MILLER, M. D. WUSPAIN IU.OCK.
Treats and corrects eye troubles, ca
tarrhal conditions and Impaired hearing.
Glasses correctly fitted for refractive er
rors. Telephone, main 1(111,
DISS. SMITH A MNGO. OFFICE OVKK
the Pendleton Saving Hank. Tele
phone SOI ; residence telephone, main
II. S. GARFIELD, M. D. HOMEOPATHIC
physician and surgeon. Office In Judd
building. Telephones: Office, black 1411;
residence, black 2-1.
DR. D. J. M'FAt'L, JUDD ItLOCK. TELE
phone, main 831 : residence, black 1(11.
DR. T. M. HENDERSON, PHYSICIAN
and surgeon. Office In Snvlngs Hank
building, room 1. Office 'phone, main
1411 ; residence, red 1223.
DR. LYNN K. RLAKESLEE, CHRONIC
akd uerrons diseases and diseases of
woolen. Judd building, corner Main and
Court streets. Office "phone, main 721 J
residence, red 1223.
DR. LENA ALLEN IIOONE. OSTEOPATH.
Residence, Thompson street, between
Court and Water streets. 'Phone, black
1024. Nervous diseases a specialty. i
A. H. MARTIN. M. D.. DESPAIN IlLOCK,
Court street, over Koeppen's drug store.
Special attention to akin diseases.
DR. M. S. KERN. DENTAL SURGEON.
Office, room l!i, Judd building.
E. A. VAI'GHAN, DENTIST. OFKICK IN
Judd building. 'Phone, red 1411.
E. A. MANN. DENTIST. OEl'ICK IN As
sociation block, oyer Schmidt s new drug
store. 'Phone, red 271.
BANKS AND BROKERS.
KlItST NATIONAL nANK OF ATHENA,
Oregon. Capital, f. "0,000; surplus nnd
profits, fl2,fi0U.O0. Interest on time de
posits. Denis In foreign and domestic
exchange. Collections promptly attended
to. Henry l. Adams, president; J. J.
Kirk, vice-president: I S. LeGrow, cash
ier ; I. M. Kemp, assistant cashier.
THE FAItMEHS' HANK OF WESTON,
Weston, Oregon. Does a general bank
ing business. Exchange bought and sold.
Collections promptly attended to. 11.
Jameson, presldeut : George W. Proebstel,
vice president ; .1. It. Kllgore, cashier : di
rectors. O. A. Hartman, M. M. Jones. T.
J. Price, O. D. Graw. J. F, Kllgore, ltob
ert Jameson, G. W. Proebstel.
THE PENDLETON SAVINGS HANK,
Pendleton, Oregon. Organlied March 1,
18811. Capital, $100,000; surplus, $7."i.-
000 : Interest allowed on all time deposits.
Exchange bought and sold on all prin
cipal points. . Special attention given to
collections. . J. lurnlsli, president: J.
r.. Teal, vice-president : T. J, .Morris.
cashier: J. W. Maloney, assistant cashier.
KIItST NATIONAL HANK OF PENDLE
ton. Capital, $70,000: surplus und un
divided profits. $lon,ono. Transacts a
general banking business. Exchango
and telegraphic transfers sold on Chtca.
go. San Francisco. New York nnd princi
pal points In the Northwest. Drafts drawn
on China, Japan and Europe. Makes col.
lections on reasonable terms. Levi An
keny, presldeut: W. F. Matlock, vice
president; . M. Itice, cnshler; George
llnrtmnn. Jr., assistant cashier.
ARCHITECTS AND BUILDERS.
C. E. TltOUTMAN, ARCHITECT AND
Superintendent, room Vi Judd block,
T. F. HOWAltD, AUCHITECT ANlf Su
perintendent. Makes complete and re
liable plans for buildings In the city or
country. Itoom 17, Judd building.
SIIEEK & COLE, CONTItACTOItS AND
builders. Estimates furnished on short
notice. Job work a specialty. Prompt
service. Shop ou Illuff street, near Main.
D. A. MAY. CONTItACTOU AND IIL'ILD
er. Estimates furnished on all kinds
of masonry, cement walks, stoue walls,
etc. Leave orders at East Oregonlan of
F. M. KELLEIt, PLASTEItING AND CK
mentlug. Cement walks a specialty.
Intimates furnished free. Work guaran
teed. Leave orders at Iladley & Zebner's
cigar store. Main street. P. O. box 104,
VETEKINAltV HL'ItOHON DIL D. C.
McNabb. Office at Tallman's drug
BOARDING AND LODGING.
HOTEL ALT A, COIt.NEIt A ETA AND
Mill streets. Hoard by the day or week.
Good table set. Kates. $3.73 and I4.7S
per week. Mrs. L. Neff, Prop. Pendleton
f eed xard In connection, u. weir, pro
ATHENA HOTEL. LEADING HOTEL IN
the city, J 1.00 to $1.00 per day. II. P.
WHEN YOIJK HU81NES8 TAKES YOU
to Helix, stop at the Hotel Helix. Good
meals and good service. T. II, Wimpy,
LIVERY AND FEED 8TABLES.
TELEPHONE LIVEIIY STABLE. COt'ItT
Street, opposite conrt bouse. Mowers s
Son, proprietors. Always good turnouts.
Public scales. 'Phone, main 381,
OLD DUTCH II E.N It Y FEED TAItl),
Corner West Alta and Lllllth streets.
S. A. Alloway, proprietor. Large com
fortable stalls. I'lenty of feed. Horses
given careful attention.
CPMMEItCIAL STAIJLES, G, M. FJtOOME
proprietor. r,ine uorses, gooa rigs,
best care given transient stock. Opp,
Hotel Pendleton. 'Phoue, main JO).
CITY LIVEItY 8TAHLU, ALTA BTItEIJT.
Carney & Kennedy, Props., livery, feed
and sales stable. Good rigs at all times.
Cab line In connection, 'Phone, main 701.
V. STitOHLE, DEAI.EIt IN SECOND
hand goods. If there Is anything you
need In new and second-hand furniture,
stoves, gruultewnre and crockery, call and
get his prices. No. 212 Court street.
Mormon Bishops PUI leniu iutrff Wjrt by ihv ldeiui thv Jtlutuiou
Chuiclt uitU uteirfulluCruni. lWUvaljrcuretfc4 wunttiu.tni intM iuiJ yuuuie rUiuir from
jf4:iitoru;tr buv,dllitIon.xc',ttroiKr-tui'iiokiuir. Cimtf Lost Manhood
Imnotonor. Loet Power, Hlfiht-Lof.8prmatorrhaelneomnla, Paint
In Bnok.CvIl Dolreaf seminal
Hood ache. Unfitness to Marry
I . I -i aa.nns PrMmnturBilfllS. StDDI Norv
Evollds. tlk'cu ure immtxliale.
t in. pji'jitdwiBUrit,mutlMnu.lMoreaiii, sunn uuupa
I ' t
in r'i'.u i uisrt ires. Address, Bishop Remedy Co., Son Francisco, Cab
b" T;':.-.".n A Co, Druanl- ' liSJMjaiMll
HEAN k PEItltY, ATTOItNKYS AT LAW.
Office over Taylor's Hardware store,
JAMES A. FEE, LAW OFFICE IN JUDD
E. D. 1IOYD, ATTOItNEY AT LAW. Ill
HAII.EY A LOWELL, ATTOItNKYS AT
Inw. Office In Despaln block.
HALLEllAY & M'COUHT, LAWYEltS, As
CAItTEIt A HALEY, ATTOU.NT.YS AT
law, office In Savings Hank building.
N. HEHKKLEY, ATTOKNEY AT LAW,
Office In SaTlngs Hank building.
II, E. COLLIElt, I.AWYEU. OFFICE
ltooms 7 and S, Association building,
8TILLMAN A PIKItCE, ATTOKNEYS AT
law. Mr. Stlllman has been admitted
to practice In United States patent of
fices, and makes a specialty of patent law.
ltooms 10, 11, 12 and 13, Association
INSURANCE AND LAND BUSINESS
HAltTMAN AHSTHACT CO. MAKES
reliable abstracts of title to all lands
In Umatilla county. Loans on city and
farm property. Ituys and sella all kinds
of real estate. Does a general brokerage
business. Pays taxes and makes Invest
ments for non-residents. Reference, uny
bank In Pendleton.
G. A. HAltTMAN, Pres.
(1. A. HAltTMAN. JU., Vice Pres.
L. W. HELD, Secretary,
J. M. HUNTLEY HEPItESENTS THE
oldest nnd most lettable fire and acci
dent Insurance companies. Office with
Hartman Abstract Co.
JOHN HAILEY, Jit., V. 8. LAND COM
mlssloner. Specially made of land fil
ings and proof. insurance and collec
tlons. Office In Judd building, room 111.
H. P. O. ELKS, PENDLETON LODGE.
No. 288. ltegulur meetings first and
third Thursdas of each month. All
brothers visiting In the city most cordi
ally Invited to attend. Hall In La Dow
block. Court street. G, A. Ilurtmnn, Sr.,
E. It. ; C. K. Hean, secretary.
MEN'S HESOltT--YOU AltE INVITED.
Free reading room. Why not join nnd
get the ndvantnge of free bath, use of
punching bag and other equipments, In
cluding library and rending room. Terms
$1.00 to Join and flth" n mouth dues.
FOE KENT --NINE-ltOOM HOUSE, IN
quire of It. Alexander.
NEAT. CLEAN, WEI.L KEIT FUltNISH
ed rooms to rent. Well located. Mrs,
Struhon, 302 Water street, corner Johnson,
FOI: HENT GOOD FRONT ROOM,
suitable for two gentlemen or two la
dles. Call at 010 Willow street.
W A NT HI POSITION BY MN AVD WIFE.
No children. Kmi'-h. mining or 'ofglng
camp, inquire luj weffi Alia.
MEN TO LEARN llARIIEIt TRADE. ON
ly eight weeks required. Constant
practice. Expert Instruction. Positions
secured. Cstulogue mailed free, Moler
Sjstem College, Sail Francisco, California.
WANTED ADVERTISERS TO MAKE
use of these classified columns. If you
have something you have no use for, offer
to trade It for something that Nome other
body may have and have no use ror, some
thing that you muy need In your business,
You may have an extru horse that you
may wish to trade for u cow or a vehicle.
Somebody may have the cow und vehicle
ami want the horse, l.'.r or 20c want nu
will probably do the business.
SINGER SEWING MACHINE OFFICE,
."OH College street. Repulrs for all ina
chines. P. A. Lovetaug, manager.
SEWER CONTItACTOItS- HEED & LAF
ler make connections with the sewer for
business houses nnd private residences,
Terms reasonable. I.iuve orders at T. (',
Taylor's Hardware store.
F. S. MERRILL, SPOKANE. WASH.,
Agent, Densmore. Second-hand ma
chines, supplies and repairs.
SEE YOU "UNCLE" WHEN YOU WANT
money. We make loans on persona!
property. T, II. Gurdaln, Pawn Hroker,
Mllarkey building, court street.
WM. F. YOI1NKA WILL PAY PKOMIT
attention to all sales and posting bills.
Correspondence solicited. Commission rea
sonable. I . u. llox iwi, Pendleton. ,
DIIESSMAKINO, CUTiING AND FIT
ting a specialty. Prompt work. Satis-
faction guaranteed. Miss It, Whitley,
hi J Main street.
PENDLETON STEAM DYE WOKK8
7.10 Cottonwood street. Cleaning, dying
and repairing. Goods called for and de
livered. 'Phone, main 1091.
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OONIAN rUII. CO., Peudletou, Oregou.
In carload lots. Green cut
black pine. Dry four-foot wood
S. G. BRYSON
No. 1700 W. Railroad St.
emissions, uame uaok, Nervous ueciuiy,
Loss of Semen arjm Varicocele, or Con-j
,ta turn oil
luipsrt vigor sail EJLLI poUwy to
ab Union Pacific
Two Trains to tho East Daily
Thrmith Pullman standard andTourlit sImb.
Inn cars dally to Omaha, Chicago; toorlat
sleeping ear datly to Kansas City; throngk
Pullman tonrlut slesnlnc cars Personally con.
ducted) weekly to Chicago, Ksniat Ulfy, re
clining chair cars (est free) to the Rsst dally.
Portland Special No. 1
Chicago Special No, 2
s :u pm
12::m a m
Hall and Express No. ft
Mall and Kxpreaa No.O
y.w a m
Ulxed Train No. 41
Walla Walla Ilrsncb
MliiNt Train No, il
t:SU p m
No " connects with No. 2,
t Onlv waits for No 1 In case Na. 1 It late
not later thau 3d minutes.
No. il connects wun no, 2,
Ocean and River Schedule.
All tailing dates sub
It $0 p. m.
ject to cnange.
Sail every ft days.
4:00 p. m,
10:00 p. in
To Astoria ind Way
4 XXI p.m.
Host! leave Portland dally, except Sunday
'ttsgs ol water permitting) for Willamette anr
Yamhill River points.
4 :0ft a. m.
7:00 a. m,
Hlparla to Lewltton
K.O SMI (11, Agent, Pendleton
Chicago, St Paul, St. Louis, Kan
sas City, St. Joseph, Omaha and
All Points East and South
Portland and points
on tho 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.cait bound. 11 :00 p m
Arrive Walla Walla dally, eit bound, 10 :4ft a, m
for Information regarding rates and sccom
modatloui, call on oraddren
W, A DAUB, Agent
H. B. OALDKHIIEAO, 0. P. A
Walla Walla, Washington.
Pullman Sleeping Cars,
Elegant Dining Cars,
Tourist Sleeping Cars.
THROUGH TICKETS T0
and all point East and Boutta
throngs ttcksU to Japan aad Ofclns, vl
rscoraa and Northern rseWe SUsmaklp Os
and American litis.
Trains leave Pendleton dally except tsasai
st 7 aw p. m.
for lurthsr Information, tims caidt, sux
and tickets, call on or writs W. Adarnt, Pm
dlston, Oregon, or A.D. 'lUAKLTON,
Third and Morrison 8ts Portland, Or
Dully trips between Pendleton and
Ik lull, except Sunday. Htuite leaves
Pendleton ut T a. m., arrives at I'klaU
at tl ii. m. Return stage leaves L'lluh
at 0 a in,, arrhes at Pendleton S p. m.
Peudletou lo I'kloh, fj; round trip
f.rj, J'eudletou to Albu, 1 2.T5 : round
trip, I'emiietou to Jtiuiie, fi round
till). 1 3.C0, Peudletou to Nye, $1.50 ;
round trip, t'l.T0. Pendleton to Pilot
Rock, tl : round trip. $1.00.
OlUce at Ilrock & McC'omas' Drug Store.
VAN DRAN BROS., Props.
The Best Hotel la Pendletos
and aa food si any.
The Hotel Pendleton has just
been refitted and refurnished
mrouliotit. Phone and fire
alarm connections with all rooms.
Baths in suites and single rooms.
Headquarters for Traveling Men
Commodious Sample Rooms.
Rates $2 & $2.50
Special raten by wcolt or month
Prompt Dltilngroom servlc.
Bar and billiard room in oonneotloi
Only Three Blocks from Depot
GEO. DAUVEAU, Prop.
Kuropenn ' plan. Everything flnt
olasM. AccominoJutloim Uic best. All
modem convenlt'tices. Bleam heat
throughout. Large new wuuple rooms.
The Hotel Ht. George 1m protiouuccd oae
ol the moHt moderu and model hotels
'Rooms 50c to $t.50
CORNER MAIN AND WEBB STS.
Block and a half from depot
THE HOTEL BICKERS
(Formerly Golden Rule)
nemodoled and refurnished through
out. Everything neat, clean aad uf-to-date.
Steam L.eat and electrio
Hshts. Heat cuisine. Prompt serrlr.
H. E. BICKERS, Prop.
"Arrierlcan"'plan,"3 peVlajr and upward.
MrsriouartriN for tourists and commei-cUl
travelers. Hpeclal rates made to famll
les and slnvle gentlemen. The manat
ment will be pleased at all times to show
rooms and give prices. A modern Turk'
Ml bath establishment la the hotel.
II, ('. IIOWKRH, Manager.
DR. C. GEE WO
'I hi woitdorful ('l)l
IHh il'H'HT U culled
r ttl iHTuiikt In curt
jxui.lo .Mill" ui uiru
Hun lliut um gUfii up
(miIIp, M Ciiretf wllli
ti.Mu wwiuicriul t'hl
ij iitku lurl,H,ro'
W harks and v
Hist uro t'litl
know ii lo umdtiul cl
ern e lii Dili country,
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