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g - ! il TRANSPORTATION LINE8. I
OF THE INLAND iCMrlKE
nnu nut of Saloons.
J Minor hns suggested a plan
ulh he Sinks will bo benoflclal to
t, saloon men and the community.
favors the passage of an ordl
HC by which all the saloon men
171 furnished with a book of reg
iMu tor which they are to pay
lstrat on i" g tbat each bar and
1 ! m- table should be roqulrod to
SSLe one of these books and
Pl7iier9iin whoso age Is doubted
the saloon men or dealer they 1m
mediately Inquire his ago, and If they
ho Is "1 years old, have him reg
ttlr bli name and age In the book,
in a ahorl time such persons will be
leistered at all tho saloons and u
he ndsrepresent their ago their
brents or guardians could call at
hTMloonB and find their names and
could take such action In the matter
as they uesiruu.
la order to compel each person to
Ive their right name he favors re
nulling them to furnish reputable
Slzens as witnesses to their identifi
cation.' An effort will bo made to get
the officers to'take action in tho mat
ter and It is believed that It would
do'nway with minors frequenting the
saloons. Haker City Democrat. ,
9pokane's Summer Resorts.
Boating promises to open up at
lake Coeur d'Aleno and the' many
o'ther beautiful lakes and summer re
sorts within a few miles of Spokane
with an oven greater Impetus this
year than ever before because of the
nreased facilities of teaching the
camning spots. A railroad and an
electric line making several trips a
day to Coeur d'Aleno and many
steamers on the lake making regular
trips' f cross It and up Us tributary
rivers will enable business men to
maintain summer homes which can
be icached, In many cases, aftor a
dav's won. In the city.
Several oi the prominent people of
Ebokuue already have house boats on
the lake, to which they take their
families at tho opening of the hot
weather and leave them until tho
chilly nights of tho fall make It un
comfortable. At least two more of
these house boats are under construc
Massage, Halrdresslng and
Manicuring. Rooms 3 and 5, ,
over Martin's grocery. Leave
orders at Brock & McComns'
drug store. The Oriental par
lors are in charge of Conala E.
Breyer, a graduate of Lola E.
Shaw's parlors, of Boise City,
Shampoo with Scalp Treat,
Shampoo with Hair Curl
ing, Head Steaming for ladles
i and gentlemen,
Residence and office Despain
Block, Phone Red 1581.
Our specialty Painless Filling
J. L. VAUGHN
wo'2!i.V.,ei,tlon ' "a alt
" xteutod properly,
leetrloal Suppll., 0r all kinds
orricR-izi whst court st.
" Com,nfl RPldly In Pendleton.
Eluence on the followlnB subject.
throuV ,1 So many peopIe
This he Bamo experience dally.
W S tive T 8tat0ment 8h0U,d be proo1
Head .? every WftVlK doubter,
"eao It carefully.
08 WcwW" ag6nt llTlne at
1 Ifst heard ?eoV 8ays: "Wnen
wl" Pains Tin Z l?s, tor over year
wn a weakL, 'J'S ttnd back an
therefore aX,?' ho Wdny8' ttn
Pills. I jot n at onco try tho
nt to s'ay tenfatro' ,Now 1- don't
cud me for fi .they ,have onUroly
me time in .1 -troi,1),Ie W return
"rely rfQ 'trd but they
"P t this limn1?0, th0 backache and
ot the trouble IJl,avo haa " "turn
told ft I dUy, n,y tho other cay I
rm kidney toShL?110 18 "boring
eB. 6al liy all ilnnln-o
Ull lo.i "'i SOle aennra r ;S
tion, to bo. added to tho fleet this
Something for Pendleton to Think of.
The new creamery at Haines is
now practically completed and in
running order, and is without doubt
one of the best equipped institutions
of Its kind In Eastern Oregon.
Tho main building Is 24x40 feet and
built In a substantial mannor. A good
sized engine room adjoins tho build
ing on the north side and a refrigera
tor 7x14 feet, Is being constructed In
ono corner for storing butter In warm
The capacity of this plant will be
1,000 pounds of high-grade butter per
day, but It Is not running at full ca
pacity at present. The operation of
I the plant is under the management
lot 13. D. Severance and W. J. Har
low has charge of the butter making.
Tho machinery Is all up-tO;date and,
they have a 10-horsepower boiler, a
Victor combined churn nnd worker
with a capacity of COO pounds of but
ter at one churning. Haines Record.
Rltzvllle Needs Ice.
Itltzvillo, the county scat of Adams
county, Is confronted with an ice
famine. For the first time no natur
al Ice has been harvested In that
section of the stato and tho season
Is now so far advanced that there
will bo none to put up, and the busi
ness men are figuring on Installing
a plant to manufacture enough to
supply the local demand and possibly
some of the surrounding towns, as
all of them are in the same condi
tion. Walla Walla Union.
Stock Fared Well.
Millls Lawrence, a Burnt river
rancher, is in the city visiting his
family wrrb are living here. His fam
ily spends the winters here In order
lo avail themselves of Baker City's
Mr. Lawrence says that Burnt
River is nil right. He says that stock
have made it through the winter with
flying colors and that the coming
year looks good to the people out
thore. Baker City Herald.
THREE PRINCIPAL EVENTS
IN LIFE OF THE JAP.
Birth, Marriage and Death Are Only
Worth Mentioning Marriage Sim
ple Matter That is Easily Dissolved
- by a Divorce Six Hundred Thous
and More Men Than Women in Ja
pan. The greatest events In the ordi
nary life of a Japanese are birth,
marriage and death, each being cele
brated with formality. Eggs are com
mon but honorable presents on such
occasions, In addition to 450 eggs,
the first American child born In Jllto
was favored with numerous other
New Year's day is celebrated as n
national birthday and the Individual
birthdays are not specially observed.
The wedding ceremony is simple.
The feature Is the three-three-nlne-times.
Bride and groom drink three
times out of three cups of .different
This is a social sidelight on the
wedding ceremony, and correspond
ents with the western wedding re
ception. .Marriage is n civu con
tract only, and Its legality rests in
the registration. As this Is often
omitted, divorces are easy and fre
quent, which Is a handy thing In a
land where there are buo.ouu more
men than women.
The Jap Is a fatalist and death
has no terrors for him. Funeral cer
emonies are expensive and elaborate.
The Shinto rites are plainer thnn
the Buddhist. In the former tho cof
fins resomble ilotv of the ODoVeiit,
Lut In the lat'.ar the coffin is small
and square, so that the corpse is
placed in a sitting position, tne neaa
boat down between the knees.
White Is the mourning color and
the code Is strict. In addition to
wearing mourning the mourners ab
stain from moat. Regular dates for
visiting the grave arp 7th, 14th, 21st,
35th, 49th and 100th days, and the
1st, 3d, 7th, 13th, 23d, 27th, 33d, 37th,
50th and 100th years.
Japanese national holidays are:
Four Sides' Worship, January 1;
First Beginning festival, January 30;
Klgen-Setsu, February 11; spring
festival. March 22 (about): Jimmu
Tenno festival, April 3; autumn fes
tival, September 24 (about); Kan
name festival, Ovtober 17; emperor's
birthday, November 3; Nllnamo festi
val, November 23.
In addition there aro many flow
er festivals, such as the plum, cher
ry, wistaria, iris, morning glory, lo
tus, maple and othors, on which days
tho populace goes out to view the
blossoming trees, shrubbery nnd
The common games of the Japs
are chess, "go," a complicated game
rosembllng chockers; parches! and
cards, Flowor cards and poetical
quotations nro popular. Children
And nmusomonts with kites, tops,
hattlodoro and shuttlecock, snow mo,
dolls, cards and other games.
Tho dpolslvonoss with which tho
Koreans of districts occupied by the
Japanese affirm their loyalty to Ja
pan, Is only trumped by tho enthusi
asm with which Koreans In nusslnn
districts 1 ray for tho succoss of
DAILY "EA8T OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, WEDNESDAY; MAnCH 16, 1904.
BUSINESS CARDS, SOCIETIES
PROFESSIONS AND TRADES
Dlt. W. O. COLE, OFFICE IN JUDD
building. Office hours, 10 to IS o. m. ;
1 to 5 p. m. Telephones: Office main
1371 ; residence, main 1381.
J. L. MILLER, M. D. DESPAIN DLOCK.
Treats and corrects eye troubles, ca
tarrhal conditions and Impaired hearing.
Glasses correctly fitted for refractive er
rors. Telephone, main 1011.
DI1S. SMITH & ItlNGO, OFFICE OV1311
the Pendleton Savings Hank. Tele
phone 801 ; residence telephone, main'
II. S. GAHFIELD, M. D. HOMEOPATHIC
physician nnd surgeon. Office In Judd
building. Telephones : Office, black 1411 ;
residence, black 24.
Dlt. D. J. M'FAUL, JUDD BLOCK. TELE
phone, main 031 ; residence, black 101.
DU. T. M. HEXDEUSON, PHYSICIAN
nnd surgeon. Office in Savings Dank
building, room 1. Office 'phone, main
1411 ; residence, red 1223.
DIt LYNN K. 11LAKESLEE, CIIKONIC
nnd nervous diseases and diseases of
women, Judd building, comer Main and
Court streets. Office 'phone, main 7i!l ;
residence, red 1223.
DR. LENA ALLEN BOONE. OSTEOPATn.
Residence, Thompson street, between
Court and Water streets. 'Phone, black
1024. Nervous diseases a specialty.
OSTEOPATHIC PIIYSICKN-DR. I..KRAN01B
Thompson, graduate of A. T, Still ichonl,
Klrksrllle, Mo. i office It Nye' residence, 02
Water street: phone Reil-51; Tuesday, Thurs.
day and Saturday.
A. II. MARTIN, M. D.. DESPAIN BLOCK,
Court street, over Koeppen's drug store.
Special attention to sktn diseases.
Dlt. M. S. KKItN, nilXTAL SUIIGKON.
Office, room ID, Judd building.
K. A. .VAUGIIAN, DENTIST. OFFICE IN
Judd building. Thune, red 1411.
BANKS AND BROKERS.
FIItST NATIONAL HANK OF ATHENA.
Oregon. Capltnl, $.".0.000 ; surplus and
prolltB, $12,500.00. Interest on time de
posits. Deals In foreign and domestic
exchange. Collections promptly attended
to. Ilenry C. Adams, president: T. J.
Kirk, vlce-presldcut ; I S. I.eQrow, cash
ier; I. II. Kemp, assistant casuler.
THE FAltSinitS' HANK OF WESTON,
Weston, Oregon. Does a general bank
ing business. Eicbange bought and Bold..
Collections promptly atteuded to. It.
Jameson, president : George W. Troebstel,
vice-president ; J. It. Kllgore, cashier ; di
rectors, G. A. Hartmuu. M. M. Jones. T.
J. Trice, G. D. Craw. J. F. Kllgore, Itob
ert Jameson, O. W. l'roebstel.
THE PENDLETON SAVINGS HANK,
ivnuieton, uregou. urganizea jiarcn j,
188U. Capital. $100,000; surplus, $75,
0U0 : Interest allowed on all time deposits.
Exchange bought and sold on all prin
cipal points. . Special attention given to
collections. W. J. Furnish, president; J.
N. Teal, vice-president: T. J. Morris,
cashier; J. W. Moloney, assistant cashier.
FIItST NATIONAL HANK OF I'ENDLK
ton. Capital, $70,000: surplus and uu
divided profits, $100,000. Transacts a
general banking business. Exchange
and telegraphic transfers sold on Chica
go. San Francisco, ew 101K ana princl
tin nolnts In the Northwest. Drafts drawn
on Chlun, Japan and Europe. Makes col
lections on reasonable terms. Levi An
keny, president : W. F, Matlock, vice
president; G, M, Itlce, cashier; George
Ilartman, Jr., assistant cashier.
ARCHITECTS AND BUILDERS.
C. E. TItOUTMAN, A1ICII1TECT AND
Superintendent, room 1- Judd block,
T. F. IIOWAltD, AltCHITKCT AND SU
nerlutendeut. Makes complete and re
liable pluus for buildings In the city or
country, lloom IT, juuu uuuuing.
S1IEF.K & COLE, CONTItACTOItS AND
builders. Estimates furnished on short
notice. Job work a specialty. Prompt
service. Shop on Illuff street, near Mam.
I. A. MAY. CONTItACTOH AND UUILD-
er. Estimates furnished on all kinds
of masonry, cement walks, stone walls,
etc. Leave ordeis at East Oregonlau of
fice. T. M. KELLER, PI A8TERINO AND OE.
inentlng. Cement walks n specialty.
Estlmutes furnished free. Work guaran
teed. Leave orders at ltadley A. Zehner's
cigar store. Main street. 1. O. box 104.
I VETERINARY SURGEONS.
VKTEKINAItV SUItOEON Dlt. I). C.
McNabb. Office ut Tallmnu's drug
11. 1'. O. ELKS, l'ENDLETON LODGE.
No. S88. Itegular meetings first and
third Thursdays of each month. All
brothers visiting In the city most cordi
ally Invited to attend. Hall In La Dow
block. Court street. O. A. Ilartman, Sr.,
E. It. ; C. K. Uean, secretary,
MEN'a ItESOUT VOU AHE INVITKD.
Free readlug room, Why not Join and
get the advantage of free bath, use of
punching bag and other equipments, In
cluding library and reading room. Terms
$1,00 to Jolri" ana 6Qc a mouth dues.
LIVERY AND FEED STABLES.
TELEPHONE LIVEHV 8TAULE. COUUT
Street, opposite court house, llowers &
Son. proprietors. Always good turnouts.
Public scales. 'Phone, main 381.
OLD DUTCH HENIty FEED VAItD,
Corner West Alta and Llllltb streets.
8. A. Allowuy, proprietor. Large com
fortable stalls. Plenty of feed. Horses
given careful attention.
COMMERCIAL STA11LES, O. M. FItOOME
proprietor. Fine horses, good rigs,
best care given transleut stock, Opp.
Hotel l'eudleton. Thoue, main 101.
Cm' LIVEItV 8TAHLE. ALTA STItEET,
Carney & Kennedy, Props., livery, feed
and soles stable. Good rigs at all times.
Cab line In connection, 'l'hone, main (01.
V. STItOIILE, DEALER IN SECOND
Imud goods, If there Is anything you
need ' In new and second-hand furniture,
stoves, gruulteware nnd crockery, call nnd
get his prices. No. 212 Court street.
Mnrmnn BlahODa PUIS lv
effects or sirbiiM,uiMlitlon, eiMsiiM,orclriiu smoking. Cumsloet Manhood,
Impotency, Lost Power, N Kht-Loese,8permitorrhoe Insomnia, Pnlnsi
In BnokiEvIl Desires, Seminal Emissions, Lome Bnak, Nervous Debility,
Headache. Unfitness to Marry, Loss of Semen, mmma Vurloooele.orCon
Oiufcfi Bim their follow,,!, ruiiuveiy
at Ininlstsi lue bialii lira CMilsrs. Wo boj.aor Si WJbr null. A writ. ' ton guaranWf, tu cur,, or
mSSSr' "' n"te.i witii a Clreulsn me. Address. Bishop Remedy Co., San Francisco, OnU
Sold by Taliman & Co., urugg'""' Xfi'li x&
BEAN & PKHHY, ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Office over Taylor's Hardware store,
JAMES A. FKK, LAW OFFICE IN JUDD
E. D. BOYD, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Ill
HAILEY LOWELL, ATTORNEYS AT
law. Office In Despaln block.
I1ALLERAY & M'COURT, LAWYERS, As
CARTER A RALEY, ATTORNEYS AT
law, office In .Savings Bank building.
N. BERKELEY, ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office In Savings Hank building.
II. E. COLLIER, LAWYER. OFFICE
Rooms 7 and S, Association building.
ST1LLMAN i riEIJCE. ATTOItNHYS AT
law. Mr. Stlllman has been admitted
to practice In United States patent of
fices, and makes a specialty of patent law.
llooms 10, 11, 1- nnd 13, Association
INSURANCE AND LAND BUSINESS
HAItTMAN ABSTItACT CO. MAKES
reliable abstracts of title to all lands
In Umatilla county. Loans on city and
farm property. - Ituys and sells all kinds
of renl estate. Does n general brokerage
business. Pays taxes and makes Invest
ments for non-residents, lteference, any
bank In Pendleton.
G. A. HAItTMAN, l'res.
G. A. HAItTMAN, Jit., Vice Pres.
J. M. HUNTLEY KEPItESENTS T1IK
oldest and most reliable are and acci
dent Insurance companies. Office with
Ilartman Abstract Co.
JOHN HAILEY, Jit., U. 8. LAND COM
mlssloner. Specialty made of land Sl
ings and proof. Insurance and collec
tions. Office In Judd building, room 10.
BOARDING AND LODGING.
HOTEL ALTA, COKNEIt ALTA AND
Mill streets. Hoard by the day or week
Good table set. Hates, $.1.75 and $4,75
per week. Mrs. L. Neff, Prop. Pendleton
Feed Yard In connection. L. Neff, pro
ATHENA HOTEL. LEADING HOTEL IN
the city, $1.00 to $1.50 per day. H. P.
WHEN YOUIl BUSINESS TAKES YOU
to Helix, stop at the Hotel Helix. Good
meals and good service. T. II. Wimpy,
FOIl RENT-PUITK OF KCO.MB IN KASTORK,
gonUn building. Steam hestod. Hot nrt
cold water and hxth room on ssms floor. Call
11 1 Eau Oregonlan office.
SEVEN-ROOM HOUSE FOR RENT IN
quire of Mrs. Julia Gulllford on West
FOR RENT NINE-ROOM HOUSE, IN
quire of It. Alexander.
FOR RENT GOOD FRONT ROOM
suitable lor two gentlemen or two la
dles. Call at 010 Willow street.
FOR KKNT-TWO FUHN18UKD ROOMF, WITH
or wimoui Dosra. hodd iimi,
MEN TO LEARN U A It U II II TRADE. ON
ly eight weeks required. Constunt
practice. Expert Instruction. Positions
secured. Catalogue mailed free. Moler
System College, San Francisco, California,
WANTED TO RENT FIVE OR SIX-ROOM
modern houe aii t white's dentsl omoe
WANTED A CAPABLE WOMAN TO DO
housework. Apply to Mrs. Frank Frailer,
ruz Jnestnn fireti.
EXPRESS WAGON HILLY LEATHERS
'express and light hauling of all kluds
Wagons at your service day and night
Telephone main 101 or call at the Com
merclul Stables, opp. postofflre.
SINGER SEWING MACHINE OFFICE,
SOU College street. Repairs ror an ma
chines. P. A. Lovetang, manager.
SEWKU CONTRACTORS HEED & LAI'
ler make connections with tjie sewer for
business bouses and private lesldencea.
Terms reasonable. Leave orders at T. C
Taylor's Hardware store.
F. 8. MERRILL. SPOKANE. WAHH.,
Agent, Densuioie. Second-hand ma
chines, supplies and repairs.
SEE YOU "UNCLE" WHEN YOU WANT
money. We make loans on persons)
property. T, II. Gurdaln, Pawn 'llroker,
Aiuarsey uuuuing, isurc street.
WM. F. YOIINKA WILL I'AY PUOMIT
attention to all sales and posting bills.
correspondence solicited, commission res
sonable. 1'. O. llox 200. Pendleton.
DRESSMAKING, CUTiINO AND FIT
ting a specialty. Prompt work. Satis
faction guaranteed. Miss It. Whitley
012 'Main street.
I'KNDLKTON STEAM DYE WOItKH
7.10 Cottonwood street. Cleaning, dying
and repairing. Goods called for aud de
livered, 'l'hone, main IUU1.
HOUSE-CLEINIS'O BY TIIK JAHANKBK
House-Cleaning Co. Work done by the day,
nouror joo. vwnaow cieAuing a rpecisuv.
t-rompi serviee at io prices, ux uaraea hi
Phone Mala 1171.
8EALKD l'ROPOBALB WILL BE, RECEIVED
by Recorder M. A Ferguson, until April 1st,
1W4, for thu purchase of $ 01 0 wsler bonds, to
m lssaed by tbe city i f Adms, Oregon, ol tbe
denomination ol llovaud $200, besting Interest
at the rata ot 7 per cent pr annum. Interest
payable Mml-aunusllr at a bsnk to be selected
by the purchaser of tho bonds. The bonds to
run a) vears. -wllh an ODtlon of 10 rears All
bids to be Hccomranied by a check equal to 6
per com oi amount onerea, ia amount 10 i
forfeited to tie city In case of failure to meet
tbe obligations should the bids be accepted,
other amounts to be returned to the several
niuuen. The city reserves tns rigut to reject
any or all bld. For further Information ad
dtuts M, A. Ferguson, City Recorder, Aduins,
OLD NEWSl'Al'ERS -TO 1'UT UNDER
cuniets. on shelves, walls or for wrap
plug purposes. Old newspapers In large
mimues or niu raru at -o cents a uunuie
nt tbe EAST OREGONIAN office, l'endle
beuuln UH over to;! bjr the lMuienut tlit, Uuruioa
cares tue want cstu lapiu ana young urunig-rronr.
i vuneouoio, or vun
ous Twltonlnii of1
and UNION PACIFIC
TWO TRAINS TO THE EAST
Through Pullman standard and Tourist
sleeping cars dally to Omaha. Chicago;
tourist sleeping car dully to Kansas City:
through rulltnan tourist sleeping cars,
(personally Conducted) weekly to Chi
cago, Kansas City, reclining chair cars
(seats free) to tne l.ast unny,
TIME SCHEDULE FROM PENDLE
No. 2, Chicago Special 3 :.13 p. ni. 5 :45 p. m.
No. II, Mall & Eiprcss -t :35 a. m. 1 :45 a. ra.
No. 1, Portland Spc-
clnl 9:00 a. lu. 0 :10 a.m.
No. .', Mall and Ex
press 12:23 a. m. 12:30 a. m'.
No. 7, l'eudleton Pas
senger 0 :33 p. m.
No. S, Spokane Passenger 0:10 a.m.
WALLA WALLA HHANCII.
No. 41, Mixed train, 1:30 p.m.
No. 42, Mixed train 3 :30 p. m.
No. 7 connects with No. 2.
No. S only walls for No. I in rase No.
1 Is late not more than ono hour.
No. 42 connects with No. 2.
OCEAN AND RIVER SCHEDULE
All sailing dates BUbJect to change.
For San Francisco every live days.
Columbia River to Astoria aud way
landings, leave dally except Sunday, 8:00
p. m. ; Saturday, 10:00 p. m. Arrlvo
dully, 4 :00 p. tn.
Hunts leave Portland dally, except Sun
day, (stage of water permitting) for Wll
Inmette nnd Yamhill River points.
Rlpatla to Lewlstou Leave Itlparla
dully, except Monday, 4 :OT. a. m.
Leave Lewlston dally, eicept Monday,
T;U0 u. in.
E.-C. SMITH, Agent, Pendleton.
TAKE THIS ROUTE FOR
Chicago, St. Paul, St. Louis, Kansas
City, St. Joseph, Omaha and
ALL POINT8 EAS1 AND SOUTH
Portland and Points
on the Sound ....
Arrive at Pendleton Monday, Wed
neaday and Friday, 1:45 p. m.
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday,
11:45 a. m.
Leave Pendleton, 7 p. m.
Leave Walla Walla dully, eastbouud,
11 :00 p. in.
Arrive Walla Walla dally, westbound,
10:43 u. tn.
For luformutlon regarding rates and
uccoininodutlous, call on or address
W. ADAMS. Agent,
H. II. CAI.DERIIEAD. O. I. A.,
Walla Walla, Washington.
RUNS PULLMAN 8LEEPINQ CARS
ELEGANT DINING CARS
TOURI8T 6LEEPINQ CARS
TO OHAND FORKS
THROUGH TICKET8 TO
And all points East and South.
Through tickets to Japan and China,
via Taconia aud Northern i'aciac Steam
ship Co. and American line.
Trains leave l'eudleton dally except
Muuusy, at i :uu p. m.
For further Information, time cards,
mus aud tickets, call on or write W,
Adorns, I'endletou, Oregon, or
A, D. CHARLTON,
Third and Morrlsou, 8ts., Portland, Or.
Dally trips between I'endletou aud
I'klnli, except Suudoy. Htngo leaves
l'eudleton at 7 a. lu.. arrives at Uklalt
at U p. m. Return stage leaves Uklah
at 0 ii. m arrives at Pendleton G p. in.
l'eudleton to Ukluh. tS : round ttln
fSi 1'eudletou to Alba. $2.73; round
trip, $3. l'eudleton to Ridge. $2; round
trln. S3.30. Pendleton to Nye. S1.G0:
round trip, S2.00. Pendleton to Pilot
Rock, $1 ; round trip, $1.30.
Ofllco at Itrock & McComas' Drug Store.
VAN DRAN BROS., Props.
The Best Hotel In Pendleto
nd as good u any.
The Hotel Femlleton has just
been refitted and refurnished
throughout. Phone and fire
alarm connections with all rooms.
Baths in suites and single rooms.
Headquarters for Traveling Men
Uommodlons Sample Rooms.
Rates $2 & $2.50
Special rates by week or mouth
Prompt DIutiigroom orvlci.
Bar and billiard room inoonneotloi
Only Three Blocks from Depot
GEO. DAIIVEAU, Prop.
Ktiropcau plan Everything llrat
cIshh, AccomniodntloiiB tho beat. Ait
modern convenienses. Hteam heavt
tliroughotit. Lnrge new namplo rooms.
Tho Hotel Bt.flcorgu is pronounced one
of thu moat inotlern mill model hotel
Rooms 50c to $f.50
CORNER MAIN AND WEBB ST8.
Block and a half from depot
THE HOTEL BICKERS
(Formerly Golden Rule)
nemodolod and refurnished througk
out. Hrerythlng neat, clean and na-to-date.
Steam ..eat and electria
tlgbts, Ilest culslno. Prompt aerric.
H. E. BICKERS, Prop.
PORTLAND, ORE N,
American plan, 3 per djr and upward.
Ilradqoarteni ror tourUH and comnerclal
trarelera. Upeelal ratea mad to (tall
ica and alnu le gentlemen. Tbe maaate
ment will be pleaaed at all tlmea to ahaw
room and glre price. A modern Turk.
lah bath eatablUbment In the hotel.
II. C. IIOWUHB, Manager,
DR. C. GEE WO
TUU woiulerful Clil-nrat-
ilCH'Uif U, rutltril
Urv ut bccttUMJ U cunv
(M-upIt without ojru
tluu lUM ure kflvtju 1111
tudle, lie cutvn wtifi
UtiiHtt wonderful Chi
itfu herbs, rooUbutlft,
tiurkt mid vegetuUle
thut are entirely uu
known to medic! Bel-
rut' I it tltUt-uuutry, ThruugU tbo uueorthowir
liurinlew reuMHUoH tlibt fumuim doctor kuow
lliu tu'tlun of oerUxUllTerent ieiuHlU. wttlch
hetiiitf nnsruMy iui'H in dlflerent dUeiihetu Mle
Kiiuraiiti'i-H to tune cuinrrht u'tUima. luuvt,
throfit, rhi'Uiiiuthin, nurvouftiutia, utoiuHcli.
Iler, kldiiey,ilc i utu liuutlreda of tfttmuu
luts. CMmiKt'it moderute. Cult uud ee him.
J'liilcnts out of tho city write forutiMiktuud
clrciilitrM. Hi1 ml 4cetiUtii HtnmuH. CONbt ir
THE G. GEE WO CKIHESE MEDICINE CO.
53 Aldor Street,
Tho OroBon Dally Journal can bo
found on sale at Frazlor'a book store.