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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, TUESDAY. MARCH IS. 1904.
OF THE INLAND EMPIRE j
...,h.ur River Booming.
river and Its tributaries
'VtorrenU, on account of
r?Zl ml tine of snow in tho
booming. hed here that tho
Wl 8 inches deep on tho main
vale and that the Immense
MfTnne a considerable loss to a
nta" .took of merchandise.
lar Kbr.dKes ovor BuUy creek
-ere washed out anu nu. " 4R few
were nnnis was had for 48, ,,,,",
weie "",, nums was ni
TX: rst of the week.
Emirs the first of the wecK.
6 Thn Owyhee headgate was yaslicd!
... oml th
out anil the damage win " , sUle
unndred Miles of Tunnels
v few people who aro advocat-
, thP merits of Eastern Oregon as '
'"S ...,trv. and few people
minmh ',,'.',.., ,i in nilncsl
. hftVO actually ll"UDkvu "" " 7.
astern Oregon are awuru ul .c
'..r.i amount of development work
?htahas taken place here in tho Iastthttt were fringed with an element of
!'rs most of It during the past 10 catastrophe. His horses were buriod
W . . Qtntea Geologist ' ,i, uw t Hnma nml trnvprsdncr
hn visited this section last summer, swoiien streams ho managed to tip
makes a report In which ho states :over nnu take an involuntary bath
fhat there are more than 100 miles . ln wnter that had a temperature suf
liriinderground workings ln the East-inclent to st()p nii pulsation if he had
" Oregon gold fields. Theso aro' t kopt moving and gotten out as
era ' "... I, to rnnnldered ' i. .tn ,,,! I.
Iliree figures WHO" "
hat this camp Is only a baby camp, j
lid that the ground has hardly yet
v emtrhed. Sumpter Miner.
Clamoring for News. and something uncle Samuel ougnt
i imwlnl to the Lewiston Tribune 'to bo proud of, although we are not.
fnm Peck Idaho, says: 'Almost every rainy day the mall ar-
pA- has been Isolated from tho rives hero the mall is wet, and in
tlile world for the post week duo some instances tho papers are soak
m the heavy floods early in the week ed and rubbed into a pulp. We spoke
LkLi, washed out some of tho high- to Mr. Travis, the manager, about
,v and eusponded traffic on tho the condition of tho mail, but he said
nanvater branch of the railroad, he couldn't do any better. Wo guess
The reports published that the town we are up against it, unless we look
11 been entirely flooded and the up the contractor and mention these
oDle : driven from their homes was things to him. A drygoods box would
erroneous, but a warning received keep some rain off and be better
(ram the headwaters of Little Canyon I than an open buckboard. There was
Lei farmed the people for some ' no paper mall brought in on the stago
Bright's Disease and
To the People of Pendleton:
As San Franc'sco druggists person
illy acquainted wLn the facts wo are
isked to certify to you tho curability
of chronic Ilright's Disease and Dia
betes, and however unreasonable it
taajr seem to you, yet such is the fact.
Up to a year ago wo nevor henrd of
a genuine case of chronic Bright's
Disease or Diabetes recovering. Now
it Is a common occurrence ln this
city. A great dlsvovery has undoubt
edly been made. Many prominent peo
ple here have recovered and every
one of us whose names are appended
hereto have either nnd recoveries
among our customers or have genu
ine chronic cases now recovorlng.
And the percentage "of efficiency
seems to he very high, for there are
ery few failures. Yours, otc,
Forry Drug Co.
Lion Drug Co.
Klalto Drug Co.
E. W. Joy.
C. F. Fuller.
Green & White.
A. Dl Nolo.
A. 0. Schmidt.
Owl Drug Co.
Potts Dr ig Co.
D. S. Dlcktioff.
P. A. Gay.
C. D. Zello.
C B. Pooler.
A. E. Scammell.
TI 1UW11J ULUU1D,
Ue above reffirB In thn namlv rtlu.
yfrelFult0n Compounds, the first
Urtlt. 6 world llas evor seen for
nngnts Disease and Diabetes. We
V vZ t ?gen,a- Ask Pamphlet
F. W. Schmidt's Pharmacy.
Good, eight-roomed house In splen
"1 condition. Klght lots, good barn
M orchard. Good fence and new
'Idewalk. Water plped al, ovor
use a"d garden. Good well. Very
a!6 property- App'y t0 aus
iAFONTAINE, at French Restaur
Kesidence and office Despain
"'k. i-hone Re4 i58i.
Olir Cna!.l... v-i i . ....
-- -pMduy rainless l' Uling
Slaniard temo lor QleM,
IN4a.buRTc3'Ka - W1DY
mi una uuilder TroubUs,
"Tho only damage done here is tho
washing away of a part of the mill
dam, but this can be repaired in a
few days and the dnmage is consid
ered slight. The creek near the
mouth has changed Its channel, thus
forming a large eddy In the river
which dias been a menace to operat
ing the ferry and may make the re
moval of the ferry to another location
necessary. Tho wagon road between
hero and the mouth of the creek has
been considerably damaged by tho
wators, but will be repaired within a
Tho last mall received here was
Saturday, March 5, and the people
cmmorl for noW8 from tho out.
and tho 8ent of war.'
Pleasures of Professional Life.
Dr. L. T. Brock's two most recent
u.i,)g ,avo been of tho hair-curling
vnri0ty. The oiie to Susanvllio last
woo,. W)1H frnimht with incidents
-...Li ,..., i .,,i i.-,.iaao
WHIUU - IJIUUUUUU uiimiia mm w ...oo
IIIUUU UUlIllia (Wit. UMIldvai
from Unity yesterday he
unterod a series of mishaps
fcUMIII u llu llu igum-ivn ........
clno chest. Sumpter Iteporter.
"Sarcastic on Uncle Sam.
Our mall service is a crackerjack, j
Wednesday. Long Creek Hanger.
PRICES OF HOGS AND
PORK ARE HIGHER.
Eastern Oregon Steers Quoted at
$4.50 Best Grain-Fed Wethers,
$4.50 Hogs Find Many Buyers at
$5,85 and $6 Small Receipt of
Hogs Stimilates Prices.
Portlaud Union Stockynrds, March
14. The receipts of livestock in the
local yards during the past 48 hours
consisted of 48 cattle and 700 stieep,
Hons are otioted very Btrong, while
cattle have a better tone. Sheep of
the best grades are not in so largo
demand, but prices snow no change
The medium grades, however, are
down 25 cents a hundred. The nil
lnc nrices show:
Cattle Host liasiern uregon
Bteors. S4.D0: best valley steers,
S2.7GffD4.2G: medium steers, Si.&ua)
$3.7G; cows, t3.G03.75; bulls, $2.25
2.7G; stags, S2.7u4f3.2u.
Hogs Best heavy, $G.85C; block
$5.00; China fats, S5.10G.3G; stock
rB and feeders. $4.C04.85.
Sheep Best grain-fed wethers and
lambs, $4.60; mixed sheep, $3.25
$4.50: stockers and feeders, $2.25
Hogs Are Selling' Higher.
Thn small receipts in the hog mar
kot during tho past few days and
iiio heavy demand has caused an ad'
nnra in the ciuotatlons on dressed
alone Front street. Both the
block and packers' stocks are includ
ed In the advance.
Happy, Healthy Children.
Any child can take Little Early
nuora with nerfect safety. They are
hnrmlA.iR. never gripe or sicken, and
yet they are so certain in results
that robust constitutions requiring
iirnstlo means are never disappoint.
ed. They cannot fall to perform
rholr mission and everyone wnu
uses De Witt's I-lttle Early Risers
prefer them to all other puis, iney
cure biliousness. Sold by Taliman
T.lnpnln. Nob.. March 15. Mem
hers of tho democratic state commit
nnd nthor uarty leauers oi w
1,-ni.vn .nrn rounding up in Lincoln
in anticipation of tho committee
meeting to be held at the Undo
hotel tonight in response to the ca
or Phnirmnn Hall. The meeting will
determine the time and placo of the
next state convention aim uihu u
cido whether one or two conventions
shall be hold to select delegates to
notlmtnl rnnveniion auu uuw
note candidates for state offlcss,
The Name Witch Hazel.
Tho name Witch Hazel Js much
abused. E. C. De win j.u., .
ti,a inventors of the orlg'
inal 'and only genuine Witch Hazel
Salvo A certain euro iur ciua. uuwin,
. n fottniH. iiiles. etc,
uruisesi era'"i 1 v . - u ' . n,i
Thoro nro many counterfeits of this
oi omo nf which aro tlnngorous,
whiio' thnv nro worthless. In buying
irtr.u Tinni Rnivo see that tho name
E, O. De Witt & uo.i JmcB. , ,
tho box and a cure is certain. Sold
by Tallmnn & Co.
It is stntod in some o rclos that
2,000 Husslan soldiers Imvo died
along the Yalu river from tt o oBMta
of the oxposuro of tho trr.ns-Slborlan
BUSINESS CARDS, SOCIETIES
PROFESSIONS AND TRADES
DP.. W. O. COLE, OFFICE IN JUDD
building. Office hours, 10 to 12 a. m.:
1 to 5 p. m. Telephones : Office main
1371 ; residence, main 1381.
J. I MILLER, M. D. DESPA1N BLOCK.
Treats and corrects eye troubles, ca
tarrhal conditions anil Impaired hearlug.
Glasses correctly fitted for refractive er
rors. Telephone, main 1011.
DRS. SMITH & RINGO, OFFICE OVER
the Pendleton Savings Hank. Tele
phone S01 ; residence telephone, main
II. S. GARFIELD, M. D. HOMEOPATHIC
physician and surgeon, Office In Judd
building. Telephones: Office, black 1411;
residence, black -4.
1)11. D. J. M'FAUL, JUDO I1LOCK. TELE
phone, main 1)31 ; residence, black 161.
DR. T. M. HENDERSON, PHYSICIAN
nml surgeon. Office In Savings Rank
building, room 1. Office 'phone, main
1411; residence, red 1223.
DR. LYNN K. IlLAKESLEE, CHRONIC
nud nervous diseases nnd diseases of
women. Judd building, corner Mnln and
Court streets. Office 'phone, mnln 721 ;
residence, red 1223.
DR. LENA ALLEN IIOONE, OSTEOPATH.
Residence, Thompson street, between
Court and Water streets. 'Phone, black
1024. Nervous diseases a specialty.
OSTEOPATHIC PIIYSIOIN-I)R L.KRANI1I8
ThomiKon. graduate of A. T. Ptlll school,
Klrksvllle, Mo. j office nt Nyi-' reildonce, t02
Water street; phone Ked-51; Tuesday, Thurc
dav and aturdxy.
A. II. MARTIN, M. 1).. DESPAIN ItLOCK,
Court street, over Koeppen's drug store.
Special attention to skin dlsenses.
DR. M. S. KERN, DENTAL SURGEON.
Office, room lo, Judd building.
A. VAIIGIIAN, DENTIST. OFFICE IN
Judd bulldliiK. 'Phone, red 1411.
BANKS AND BROKERS.
IRST NATIONAL HANK OF ATHENA.
Oregon. Capital, $.".0.000 ; surplus and
ofits, $12,SO0.O0. Interest on time de-
ofitts. Deals In foreign and domestic
exchange. Collections promptly attended
o. Henry C. Adams, president ; T, J,
Klik, vice-president; F. S. LcGrow, cash
ier; I. M. Kemp, nsslstant cashier.
HE FARMERS' HANK OF WESTON,
Weston, Oregon. Does a genernl bank
lug bimlucss. Exchange bought aud sold
o lections nronintlv attended to. 11.
Jameson, president ; George W. 1'roebstel,
vicc-nres dent : .i. u. Kiigore. casuier : u
rectors, G. A. Ilnrtman. M. M. Jones. T.
Price. G. D. Graw. J. V. Kiigore, Rob
ert Jameson, O. . Proebstel.
THE PENDLETON SAVINGS HANK,
Pendleton, Oregon. Organized March 1
1SMI. Capital. $100,000: surplus, $-.",
OOO: Interest allowed on all time deposits.
Exchani-'H buuidit and sold on all prlu
Ipnl points. . Special attention given to
collections. W. J. Furnish, president; J.
N. Teal, vice-president ; T. J. Morris,
ashler : J. W. Muloney, assistant casuier,
FIItST NATIONAL HANK OF PENDI.E-
ii. Cupitul, KTO.ooo: surplus aua un
divided nrutltK. SHIO.OOO. Transact!) i
general bnuKIUK uuMiiess. i;icuunB8
ml te eL-rauli c trauarerB sum on i-iucn
go. Sun Francisco, New York nnd princi
pal poluls In the Northwest. Drafts drawn
on t'hliui, Jupan and Europe. Makes col
lections on reasonable terms. Levi An-
kenv. inealdeut : W. P. Mutlock. vice
president ; G. M. Itlce, cashier ; GeorRc
urtmnn, jr., nssisinni cusuier.
ARCHITECTS AND BUILDERS.
'. E. TUOUTMAN. AUCHITECT AND
Suiieiluttudeut, room ll' Judd block,
T. F. HOWAHD, AKCIIITECT A.NU u
iwilnieiiilent. Makes complete and re
liable plans for bulldlutra In the city or
ouutry. Kooiu IT, juuu uuiiuiue.
SHEEK . COLE, C'ONTHACTOKS AUU
Liiiiiiuis. v.nt mates lurnisneu on miori
notice. Job work a specialty. l'rompt
service. Shop on Illuff street, near Malu
II A WAY. COXT AH O AMI lll'll.K
rstliuutes ruin sueu on uu mim
of umsoury, cement walks, stone wuns
etc. Leave orders at Lust uregoniuu oi
T. M, KKLLKR, PI.ASTERINO AND CJI
meutlng. cement waiss irnnj.
stlmates furnished free, work suarun
.0.1 ii.iivi. orders at Dudley & cunen
..iL.ur store. Main street. P. O. box 1U4
vi".j-HIVAUV SIIItOEON DK. D. C".
McNuhb. Offce at iaumons mm
t, i t l'f U- Pi:. I.KTU. lAJlJUT.
No. 'J88. Itegular meetiugs nrni auu
n,l,.,i '1'hnrsdava of each mouiu, an
i...ii,c,u viiiilnir lu the city most cordl
ail? invited to attend, nan in i
block. Court street. O. A, Hartman
E. It. ; C ueau, secremrj.
.t-vu ni.'snilT VOII AltE INV1TKI',
Free readlug room. Why not Join and
get the advantage of free bath, use of
punching oag auu um 'h'k
..i.il,,p. iihrnrv and rending room, reims
$1.00 to Join una COc a month dux.
LIVERY AND FEED STABLES.
TELEPHONE LIVKKY STADLr.. cuuiu
Street, opposite court iiouc -
Son, proprietors. Alwuys. gowi
Public scales. 'Phone, main jai
nt r. tWTl'lt HENltV FEED VAItl),
i:.rir West Alta UUU I.IIHVM
u a Allnwnv- nronrieior. iih'-
fortnlilfi stalls. Plenty of feed,
glveu caieful attention.
COMMEKCIAL STAIILES, O. M. OOf
proprletw. line nurse., B- "
it ,-nr. ir lien transient stock. Opp
Hotel Pendleton, 'Phone, malu 1UL
CITV LIVEItV STADLE. ALTA STltEBT.
Carney & Kennedy, Props., livery, . feed
nnd sales stable. Uootl rigs ui ,"
cm. line lu connection. 'Phoue, mam ivi
fiM.ir.Klt IN SECOND
If there is auytmiiB
sTo7es.gr . Ue'i-e nud cWkery call and
Set lils prices. No. SI 2 Court street.
a UiHMumi nlnotr lr cont. uro Ir" "BSmo!La AwrMan auurunlooKlvon and iiiooor roturnod It i s
luciim wlthoutui.o, Horn! fur r.e circular au3
!:Sitlu,!lnlKP lSSlAVU M CO.. Hi... il ancl.co. Out.
Sold by Taliman & Co., Druflglsts.
INSURANCE AND LAND BUSINESS
HARTMAN ARSTRACT CO. MAKES
reliable abstracts ot title to all lands
In Umatilla county. Loans on city and
farm property, Buys and sells all kinds
of real estate. Does a general brokerage
business. Pays taxes and makes Invest,
ments for nnn.resldents. Reference, any
bank In Pendleton.
G. A. HARTMAN. Pres.
G. A. HARTMAN, JR., Vice Pres.
J. M. ItENTI.EY REPRESENTS THE
oldest and most reliable lire and uccl-
dent Insurance companies. Office filth
Hartman ABstrnct Co.
JOHN II.MLEY, JR.. V. S. LAND COM-
mlssloner. Specialty made of land fil
ings and proof. Insurance and collec
tions. Office In Judd building, room 111.
BOARDING AND LODGING.
HOTEL ALTA, CORNER ALT A AND
Mill streets. Hoard bv the dav or week,
Good table set. Rates. S3.7.V and $4.75
per week. Mrs. L. Neff, Prop. Pendleton I
Feed jard in connection. L. yea, pro
ATHENA HOTEL. LEADING HOTEL IN
the city. $1.00 to $l..r.O per day. 11. P.
WHEN YOUR RUSINESS TAKES YOU
to Helix, stop at the Hotel Helix. Good
meals and good tiervlce. T. II. Wnipy,
FOR RENT-SUITE OP R0OM IN KASTOltK-1
con xn building. Steam beaten. Hot nnd
cold water and hth room on same Door. Call
t Eat tiregonlan office.
KlIVr.NMtOOM IIOUKE FOlt KENT IN-
quire of Mrs. Julia Gulllford un wwl I
Tilt KENT N1NE-KOOM
quire of II. Alexander.
OK KENT GOOD FKONT KOOM,
suitable for two gentlemen or two "la.
dies. Call at 010 Willow street.
FOH HKNT-TWO FUPNIHHKIt KOOM?, WITH
or without noard. sij oin itreei.
vii- frn TL-Aiiv rtAiilif.-iT TijiTill nv.
ly elcht weeks requlreil. constant I
iirnetlce. i:xnert Instruction. i-osiiions
secured. CataloKue mailed free. Moler
System ColIcRe, San Francisco', California. I
WANTED TO KCM-t HiVK or wi.x.iuhim I
modern hn:e i:ni t nite's neniai omee
WANTED A HAI'AHLK WOMAN Ti DO
housework App y to Mrs. rrsnit Trailer,
liua .iiii-Ksnii pireei.
XPKESS WAOON HILLY I.EATIIEIIS. I
I'viiress nud lleht hauling of all kinds. I
WiiL-ons nt your service day and ulght. I
Telephono mum lui or can ai me i.oui.
merclnl HtaiueH, opp. posiouice.
SINCiEU SEWING MACHINE OFFICE,
HOfi College street. Hepalrs for all ma
chines. P. A. Lovetang, manager.
KEWHIl CONTKACTOKS KEI-'D i. LAF-
ler make connections with tjie sewer tor
lins ni-ss houses nud private residences.
Terms rensouuhle. Leave orders at i. i-.
Taylor's IJardware store.
F. S. MEI1KILL, SPOKANE. WASH..
Aireut. Densmore. Second-uanu ma
bines, supplies nud repairs.
RED VOP "UNCLE" WHEN YOU WANT
money. We make loans on personal
property T. II. (Jurdaln, I'awu iironer,
Mllarkey building, Court street.
WM. V. YOIINKA WILL PAY PIIOMPT
... ..II .....1 ..nu,l.,.. l.llta I
Coriespoudence solicited. Commission rea-
scumble. P. O. Itox 200, Pendletou.
DIlESSIAKINti. Ct'Ti INO AND FIT.
llnir u sneclu tv. Prompt work. uus-
faction guaranteed. Miss It. MUltley,
012. Main street
:ndi.eton steam dye wohks
7.'10 Cottonwood street. Cleaning, dying
and repairing. Goods called for and de
livered, 'j'uone, main iiwi.
n0U8ECLENINO BY TDK
ouae-Cleanlug i;o, noric uoueuyiuonn
hour or Job. window cleaning a fpijc.lsil
Prompt servko at lo prlcei, 604 Ourdeu I
Phone Main 1171.
Dviiin unnwiuitil will. II K ItK(.'KIV'KI)
by Kecoraer M. A rergunon, mini iiu
rfti i. .1,.. r.ri,iK f iwa ttater bonds, to
nu iBftnp.i nv inn ilv in Aii.in,. uickuii, u.
d.mmin.iinn of fiouund I2U0. bestlui lotercit
at the rata of 7 per tent per annum, lntereiit
payable temi-aunuaiiv ai a mm wii
hy thn purchaser of the bonds The lnd to
vi u,lih an nnllnn at 10 vesrl All
bldt W be aicomanled by a check equal to 6
per cent id amount offered, ald sinouut lo b
forlelted to tnc city in cikohmiuicww".
the obligations should the bids be accepted,
mi,., .ninnnii tm fiM r.tumhd to the several
bidden. The city reserves the right to reject
any or all bids. For further Information ad
dress M, A, Ferguson, City Kecorder, Adaroi,
Scttf s Saotal-Pepsin Capsules
A POSITIVE CURE
Fori a flsmiaatta n or OftUrrb
ct tb Uladder and VUcaMd
Kiauys. no cor bo pay.
hita oauklv and tarma-
neatly Ibe worst ouci of
do xoatur of how lo ug sUd1
lnr. Absolatslr nnrmlrss.
Sold by dragruU. Prlu
ll.M, or by mail, postpaid.
THE tAMTAl-PtnW 60.,
Sold by F. W. 8ehmldt 4 Co.
JCsfr'Viili lliTsTKiril KMJI.Isit Is
TC' luru iKitiuU meuiiic .!. im
WvIiIim. flUlMB. J'ske nv .0.C. Itrly.e
' lirtitUt urMUd4int tutMi(-iri;r.
' M4ll Knn. JHIIAm 14
The DR. LIKBIQ STAFF
only SjiecialibtB for men, ton
tin ue to u u re all cbroulc. nri
vato d. nervous allmenli. Impotence
klu dlieues. rbeumatlim, catarrh.
etc. Dr. A. C Htopdakt, Ph. U for 'XI yean
medlcul director. 74 Blxth street. Portland
Oregon ; 111 Yetler Way, Seattle, U'aih, Call
4t fOMV ... ...in lilu.i.l. Ul.lik ItruK.UI
and union Pacific
Throuch Pullman standard and Tourist
ileenlns cars daily to Omaha, Chicago!
tourist sleeping car dally to Kansas City;
through Pullman tourist sleeping cars,
(personally ronuiicieiii weesiy io v-m-
cago, Kansas i.ny, reclining imiir corn
(seats free ) to tnc i.nsi tinny.
TIME SCHEDULE FROM PENDLE
, Chicago Special ." :X p. m. (I M p. m,
No. l, Mall i Express 4 :3: a. m. i :43 a. in.
No. 1, Portland spe
0 :00 a. in. 0 :10 a.m.
No. B, Mall and Ex
12:2." a. m. 12:noa. m.
No. 7, Pendleton Pas
senger ;a.ip. m.
No. S, Spokauc Passenger 0:10 a.m.
WALLA WALLA 1IKANC1I.
No. 4t, Mixed train, ,1:30 p.m.
No. 4.. Mlml train
C :50 p. m.
No. 7 connects with No. 2.
No. ti onlv waits for No. 1 lu case No.
1 Is late not more than one hour.
No. 42 connects with .No. 2.
OCEAN AND RIVER SCHEDULE
All sailing dales subject to change.
For San Francisco every llvo days.
Columbia lllver to Astoria and way
Inudlncs. leave dully except Sunday, 8 :00
n. m. : Saturday, lo;uo p. m. Arrive
,U,"J n i"
lioals leave Portland dally, except Sun
dav. (slnue of wnter permlttlni;) lor V II
hiiucllc and lamlilll lllver poiuts.
Kliinrln to Lewlston Leave Klpatla
dallr. client Monthir. 4 :05 n. lu.
Leave Lewlston dully, except .Monuay,
:00 a. m
E. C. SMITH, Agent, Pendleton.
TAKE THIS ROUTE FOR
Chicago, St. Paul, St. Louis, Kansas
City, St. Joseph, Omaha and
ALL POINTS EAST AND SOUTH.
Portland and Points
on the Sound ....
Arrive at Pendleton Monday,
nesday and Friday, 1:45 p.
Tuesday, Thursday and
11:45 a, m.
Leave Pendleton, 7 p. m.
1 1 ;00 p. m.
Arrive Wullu Walla
10:4,, a, m.
For I n forma Hon regarding
accoimaoilntlons, call on or address
W. ADAMH, Agent,
K. II. CALDEIIHEAD. O. P. A.,
Walla Wallu, Washington.
RUNS PULLMAN SLEEPINQ CARS
ELEGANT DINING CARS
TOURIST SLEEPING CAR8
TO GIIANO FOIIK8
THROUGH TICKET8 TO
And all points ICaat ami South,
Throuxh tickets to Jupan aud China
I Via lacoma auu noriueru ( acini: mem
I ship Co. aud American line.
Trains leuve Peudlejou dally except
Sunday, at 7 :00 p. m,
For further information, time cards
mups aud tltkets, call on or write W.
Adams, Pendleton,' Oregoi, or
A. I). CIIAHLTON,
ml Morrison, Sts., Portland, Or.
Dally trips between Pondlcloii and
Uklah, except Sunday. Stage Ic-aycs
Pendleton ut 7 a. in., nrrlves ut IJk ah
nt U p. m. Itcturn stage leaves Ukluh
tit fl a. in., arrives ut I'endleton 0 p. m.
Pendletou to Uklah. 3 i rouud trip
$5, I'endleton to Alba, $2,751 round
trip, 5. Pendleton to Itldge, fi; round
trio. ja.BO, Pendloton to Nye, $1.50;
round trip, 2.B0. Pendleton to Pilot
ltock, si; roiina trip, i.uu.
Office at llrock & SlcComas' Drns Store.
VAN DRAN BROS., Props.
The Best Hotel In Pendletou
and aa good as any.
The Hotel Pendleton has just
been refitted anu refurnished
mroughout. Phone and firo
alarm connections with all rooms.
Baths in suites and single rooms.
Headquarters for Traveling Hob
Commodious Sample Rooms.
Rates $2 & $2.50
Special rate by week or mouth
Prompt Dlnlngroom service,
Bar and billiard room ln oonneotioi
Only Three Blocks from Depot
GEO. DAIiVEAUi Prop.
lCuropenn plan .Everything Hrst-
clatis. AccominoiliitloiiH the let. All
motiern conveniences. Steam heat
thniughoiit. I.iirKc new ttuniplu ruoma.
Tho Hotel tit. (ilcorge in pronounced one
of the most modern and model hotels
Rooms 50c to$J.50
CORNER MAIN AND WEBB ST8.
Block and a half from depot
THE HOTEL BICKERS
(Formerly Golden Rule)
Remodeled and refurnished throujh-
out. Everything neat, clean and UP
todate, Steam eat and electrio
lights. Rest cululno. Prompt serrlc.
H. E. BICKERS, Prop.
PORTLAND, ORE N.
American plan, S3 per day and upward.
Headquarters for tourists and commtrclal
travelers. Special rates made to fsoatl
Irs and tingle gentlemen, The manage
ment will Im pleased at all times to sbasr
rooms and give prices. A modern Turk
ish bath establishment In the hotel.
II. C. UOWKItS, Manager.
OR. G. GEE WO
ill -i minilerfii! t'lu
ii, no Ui.or l called
-a-ut hcdilino ho cuii'-i
iitoide wlilmut n;rj
lion Hist ure vlten lili
lodle. He cuiea wliji
l) ncKe herlM, ruuu, buds,
bulks uud veseluliles
llOVi known loiuedltal scl-
eiuK In lids iviiuiry. Tlirounhllieuseoiiiiose
hariiilisr reiiiMiies Ihlt diuious doctor kinms
iheaelluiiormerUWdln'eiviil remedies, which
he sure. uuy um lu funrrcut diseases. Jlo
auuriiiiiiis lu cure tuturih, iwihnia, lima.
Ilimul, rheuinal sin, liefouiies, sioinuch,
liver, Muiic , 1 1- liu Hundreds of teslliiuui
iuia. t'liar u, moiicrule. Cull uud su him.
I'uileuls out of lbu city write tor blanks and
iMri'ulurs. Sind 4 cents In stumps. , 1'0L Ir
TATIO.N FllKr- AUMlHwa
THEH3.GEE WO CHINESE MEDICINE CO.
53 Alder Street,
Tho Oregon Daily Journal can bo
found on sale at Frazler'a book store.