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    PAQE SEVEN.
DAILY EAST OREQONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 1904.
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tG THE EXCHANGES
'the inland EMPIRE j
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to
city ana
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wealthy
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I. 0 me
with
pie of
..union
oftho Parties
farmer residing
became u
mnrrled wo-
atvl.
, wine house t'OlKlUCieu
lhe ' hut way. timed his
'Mt the hu ban.1 would bo
th .i house. These clan-
nli Ks b more fr.'
ffleft lgs.",i,i,M bocan to
mill me 5 ' iv wna In-
of
ho ap-i
T trouble If
'man appearocl on -the scene (
week the inrniui ,
in rail aim w ,
became
nnlchbor.s
i,o,i nnally was
TB0 uu .... Qrs
... nun ill .....
.. - ...,iiir Mill
husband a cortinetl check for $200 on
ono of the Walla Walla banks and
$100 In cash when he was allowed to
loavo Uio house. Valla Walla
Statesman.
An Outlet for Eden.
The Eden people are getting tired
of trails and pack animals and aro
making an effort to obtain a wagon
road from what is called Devil's
Lane up the river past Elbow and on
over the Looklnggla.ss mountain Into
Elgin.
The road has been surveyed. El
gin has at present donated $250 and
will perhaps do better toward the
building of the road.
Wo would be glad to have the peo
ple of that section continue to trndo
at Flora, but the lay" of the country
Is against that, therefore we will re
joice with them if they can get a
better outlet. Flora Journal.
BUSINESS CARDS, SOCIETIES'
PROFESSIONS AND TRADES
PHYSICIANS.
Dll. W. G. COLE, OFFICE IN JUDD
building. Office hours, 10 to IS a. m. :
1 to 0 p. m. Telephones: Office mala
1371 ; residence, main 1381.
lHav MSt
I. AnnvfitlteUt
the ,
It Has Been Advertised.
Real estate .mgn say' they are re
ceiving more Inquiry about Wasco
county property now than for several
na ,.nt Thin indicates that
husband , i.Rtern.. neoiilo are just beginning to
, aimeareil from unuui u rcalizo that Oregon is me neat, piu
Urn He had blood In his , . .. ,worl(1 1n wlllch to establish a
.'. n stormy time in , .., mimntin niul nthrr cond tlons
Li,ni.i that attraqted the .at- . " neariy perfect as can he
rase-- . ii,l,ni-linnll. . . mi ...
of (he enure m.-.h"' '"' found nnywnere, liraraMimiinain
cer.
when the
manner of
persuasion was ,
explanation,
I. .1... frirninr in
?r. . ,,1 would not bo
K Win desperation he drew
IS 4 threatened to , -hoc it. He.
ker, changed ""--- t lft
farmer iuui u..- -
lot IMOIncMn ww, "--""
hce he woum .. ---
Rumoter Marshal for Sheriff.
It is authoritatively stated that'
Edward Hand, marshal of Sumpter,
the most efficient peace officer that
mountain mining camp has ever had,
has an ambition to become Baker
r-nuntv'B sheriff and will he a candl-
J. L. MILLEIt, It. D. DESFA1X BLOCK.
Treats and correctB eye trouuies, ca
tarrhal conditions and Impaired hearing,
(llnsscs correctly fitted for refractive er
rors. Telephone, main 1011.
DltS. SMITn & rtlNOO, OFFICF. OVKK
the Teudleton Savlncs Hank. Tele
phone 801 ; residence telephone, main
1501.
II. S. GAItFir.LD, M. D. HOMEOPATHIC
physician and surgeon. Office In Judd
bulldlne. Telephones . Office, black 1411 ;
residence, black 24.
1)11. D. J. M'FAUIi, JODI) 11I.OCK. TELE
phone, main 031 ; residence, black 101.
I)U. T. M. HENDERSON, 'PHYSICIAN
and surgeon. Office In Savings Itank
linlliHng, room 1. Office 'phone, main
1411; residence, red 1223.
Illl. I.YNN K. IIIiAKESI.EE, CHIIONIC
and nervous diseases and diseases of
women. Judd building, corner Mnln nnd
Court streets. Office 'phone, main 721 ;
residence, red 1223.
ATTORNEYS.
nEAN 4 I'KItKY, ATTOItNKYS AT LAW.
Offlco orer Taylor's Hardware Btorc,
Pendleton, Oregon.
JAMES A. FEE, LAW
building.
OFFICE IN Jl'l)l)
E. I. HOYU, ATTOItNKY
Court street.
AT LAW. Ill
HA1LEY A LOWELL, ATTOItNKYS
law. Office In Despaln block.
AT
TWO
HALLKKAY & M'COUKT, LAWYKI1S,
soclatlon building.
AS
CAItTEIt & HALEY. ATTOUNEY8 AT
law, office In Savings Hank building.
X, niJUKELEY, ATTORNEY AT
Office In Savings Hank building.
LAW
III E. COLLIER,
Itooins 7 and 8,
LAWYER.
Assoclatlou
OFFICE
building.
STII.T.MAN .1 PIEItCE. ATTORNEYS AT
law. Mr. Stlllman has been admltteil
to practice In United States patent oi-fliH-s.
and makes a specialty of patent law,
Rooms Ju, li, l- anu lit, ahsociiiiioii
block.
DR. LENA ALLEN BOONE, OSTEOPATH.
Residence, Thompson Btreet, between
Court nnd Water streets. 'Phone, black
1024. Nervous diseases a specialty.
OSTEOPATHIC riIYSU3IN-I)R. L.FRA.NMB
Thompson, graduate of A. T. Still school,
Klrksvlllo, Mo.i olHce at Nye'i reildcnce, 6M
Water street: phoue Red-51j Tuesday, Thurs
day and Sa'urday.
HAUTMAN AHSTRACT CO. MAKES
reliable abstracts of title to all lauds
In ITmatlllnl rountv. Loans on city and
farm property, liuys anil sens nil kintis
f real estate. Does a general brokerage
business. Pays tales and makes Invest
meats for non-residents. Reference, any
hank lu rendleton.
O. A. IIARTMAN, Pres.
0. A. IIARTMAN, JR., Vice Pres.
A. II. MARTIN, M. D., DESPA1N I1LOCK,
Court street, over Koeppen's drug store.
Special attention to skin diseases.
Hit. M. S. KERN, DENTAL SURGEON,
Office, room 15, Judd building.
!r demurred, ma u.t "B"a ,,ato nt Ule comlng democratic conn
pereUteat in Ws f 8' a t conVentlon for nomination for
.rmpr was forced to give up. ' m -nni.-or n tv
i,mn was lorceu
ible. however to
Latter for 300 Ho
compromise 'that Important offlcc-naher City
gave the 1 Democrat.
Ill
REVIEWED
METS ARE DEAD rftn
AS CONCERNS CHANGES.
. Only: Thing That Has Happened
Ltd Is Fresh Eggs AlmoHt a
l;id Calm In the Wheat Market
Itef Market Extremely Slow and
loverned byLocal Demand.
he market Is a dead ono this
tk as far as any changes are con
ned. Fresh eggs are bringing me
aers 16 2-3 cents a dozen, and
is about the only thing that has
loened In the last live or bIx (lays.
the other prices are the same,
there Is not any likelihood of
(luge for some time to come,
he wheat market Is so quiet hat
exporting companies no not see
necessity of Informing the huy
ot the price half the time, and
kv aave to telegranh hack to' find
II iney nauuen to want to know.
pica is but seldom.
leef is selling as fast as the peo
want a mtie meat to eat. hut no
sier i lie buyers are shlnnlnc: nnlv
ch amounts as th nmrUnt do.
anils, and the farmora nri) nnl nt
anxious to sell, for the. uuotatlnnR
le low They nrefer tn hnlil n tlm
lil take tlio chances of Imtinrin,. n,
RETAIL GROCERY PRIP.pr
Coffee .Mocha and .Tnvn mn
r lb., next grade 35c
ades coffee. 25c in ir,. L- n. .
. v, MVil IU
ckaee coffpp orn n.
H ce-Best head rice, 15c per lb.;
Jt grade. 12Ue mp n.
8ugar-Cane granulated! best tC.UO
:r Sack, do 13 nnnml 1
,SraftUCoa.le' l-0 Per 100; table.
alters', n.25 nop
lCj """mi i.iu per
Bacon Uisiiin .
Ham 17018,. 11.
lloll-l.C5 for 5 'gallons, ?3.2G
Lard 70c
pounds,
Stock Bali
ng pounds; $1.40
-$1.00 sack, $1C ton.
10
MUST NATIONAL HANK OF ATHENA
Oregon. Cnpltal, 5,iU,000 ! surplus and
prollts, ?12,ri00.00. luterest on time Ue-
noslls. lienis ill ioreigu ana uomesuc
exchange. Collections promptly attended
to. Henry C. Adnins, presldeut; J. J.
Kirk, vice-president ; F. S. Leurow, casu-
ler ; I. M. Kemp, assistant cashier.
VEGETABLES.
Carrots, 2c psr lb.
Parsnips, 10 'lbs 2Cc.
Potatoes, lc per lb.
Garlic, 10c per lb.
Cabbage, 4c per lb.
Onions, Cc per lb.
rtadlsb.es, 5c per hunch.
Green onions, Go per bunch,
for
10.
tat-Pepsin Capsules
A POSITIVE Viibe-
Ji7, . Ko cure no ut.
JJJiKJ?4 orit tuti ot
ourrIioVndUilt
a Al'tlr BiiileM.
TMl SANTAUPEPaw 00-
Sold bv P ju lr'?"T'".oio.
y r. W. 8chmtdt & Co.
rl?HlI.ER'.S PILLS
(kmuo.t.S,ri"".,"""- tr
sift. W'
"" """"hI'IULa'PjC
H'nlln Wnlln Rlllnnch He tier .111.
nnlfir'v 10c. bunch. 3 bunches 25c.
Lettuce, hothouse, Gc hunch.
Popcorn, shelled, 10c lb, 3 for 25.
FRUITS.
liananas, 40c dozen.
Apples, $1 per box.
Lemons, -10c dozen.
Oranges, 40G0c. dozen.
LIVESTOCK AND POULTRY.
Tim followinc prices aro paid by
dealers to the producer:
Turkeys, 1214c.
Chickens, .hens, 8c; S34 l,er
en; roosters, 4Cc.
Geese, per. dozen, $9.
Ducks, per dozen, $3.50ff'4.
llutter, 5075c, good.
Eggs, fresh, 10 2-3c.
CHOICE BEEF CATTLE, ETC.
Steers, $3.2G3.86.
Cows, $2.50 2.85.
Hogs, live, 5yjC.
Hogs, dressed, C7c.
Veal, dressed, C7c.
Sheep, $22.G0.
HAY AND FEED.
nhnn barlv. S22.50 per ton; lUc
per lb.
Chopped wheat. V1.4U per iuu.
Bran, COc per sack.
Shorts, $1 per sack.
Oats, lc per j .
Alfalfa, loose, $13 per ton.
Wheat, loose, $13 per ton.
Timothy, baled, per ton $20.
Happy, Healthy Children.
Any child can take Little Early
rtlsers with, perfect safety. They are
harmless, never gripe or sicken, and
vet thev are so certain In results
that robust constitutions requiring
drastic means are never disappoint
ed. Thev cannot fall to perform
their mission and everyone who
uses De Witt's Little Early Risers
prefer them to all other pills. They
cure biliousness. Sold by Tallman &
Co.
h.S (Ml
MEN AUn uinuru
WILB
flu.
UR T Trar.
'"nrtfleil,.! ihLlm,,n"' Impotence
The Genius.
Onio Read tells of an attorney in
Kentucky who was driving along the
road one day when his horse shied
and broke one of the shafts of the
buggy. He was wondering what he
should do when an old darkey camo
along. The darkoy Baw the trouble
went to the kIiIo of the road, cut
hickory switch and peeled It. With
tho neoHm? he bound the broken
shaft together so that it was strong
enough for the iourney to ue ro
sumed. The attorney gavo tho negro
a f.nln ntwl nt the nnme tlmo thank
od him. "I would never have thought
of mondlnir it that way." ho saui.
'snect not." i-nnlleil the darkey. "Somo
men is lost naturally smariui u
others."
Indian Territory for Roosevelt.
Cloj-emore. I. T.. March 17. Pur
suant to onll tbn territorial repuhll
can cnnvnntlnn went. Into session
hero nt nnnn Inilnv with a full at
tomlanco of dolocatos. Tho convon
tlon will choose six dolocntes to rup'
rcaont Tlldlnii tnrrllnrv nt tHO CU1
Cairo eonvnritlnn. ltnsoltltlon favor
ing tho ronomlnatlon of President
Koosnvnll will ! minuted hi' tho
DENTISTS.
A. VAUGHAN, DKNTIST Ol-'KICH IN
.ludd building. 'Phone, led 1411.
BANKS AND BROKERS.
THE PAIIMKUS' HANK OP WHSTON,
Weston. Oregon. Does a general bank
ing business. Exchange bought and sold.
Collections promptly attended to. I!.
.Inmesou, president : Oeorge . l'roelistel,
vlci'-nresldent : J. II. Kllgore, cnsliler; u-
ectors. w. A. liarimnu. m. m. jones. 1
J. I'llce, G. I), draw. J. r. Kllgore, liou-
ert .Inmeson, G. . rroebstel.
Tin: l'n.NDLr.TON savings hank,
'eiulletou, Oregon. OrgauUed March 1,
1N.su. Cunltal. $100,000: surplus, S7.r.,-
000: Interest allowed ou nil time deposits.
Exchange bought and sold ou all prln
liml Points. . Kuet'lul ntteutlun given 10
ollecllons. W. 3. Furnish, president: J.
N. Teal, vice-president ! T J. Morris
cashier ; J. V. Maluuey, assistant cashier,
riUST NATIONAL HANK OP I'ENDI,
tun. Capital, STO.OOU : surplus and 1
divided liiollts. $100,000. Transacts
general unuklug uusluess. i;xcunnge
nnd telecranhlc transfers sold ou Clilcn
co. Snn Francisco. New York nnd princi
pal points In the Northwest. Drafts drawn
en lun. jaimn anu liiiionc. .-viuKes coi
lections on reasonable terms. Levi An
1:imiv. president : W. P. Matlovk. vice-
president; G. M. Illce, cashier; George
Ilartmau, Jr., usslstant cashier.
ARCHITECTS AND BUILDERS.
C. K. TItOUTMAN. AltCIIlTliCT A.N1J
Huperlulenilent, loom 1- JUiui uiocn
Pendleton, Oregon.
T. P. IIOWAKU, AKCIIITECT AND SU
peiiuteudent. Makes complete nuu le
liable plans for buildings In the city
country, ltoom 17, Judd building.
SIIEP.K . COLE, CONTHACTOItS AND
builders. Estlmutes furnished on snoii
nutlce. Job work a specialty. Prompt
Bervlce. Shoy ou ltliifT street, uear Main,
11 A MAY. CONT tACTOlt AND III'IIJJ-
r. Estimates fnrulslied on ail kwus
of masonry, cement walks, stone wans
..lc. Leave orders at East Uregouiau oi
Uce.
T. M. KELLKR. PI A8TEKIKO AND CE-
meutlng. Cement walks a speciuuy,
1'.tlnmtps ftirnliihed free. Work cuaran
teed. Leave orders at liadley & euuers
clear store. Malu street. P. O, box 10-J
VETERINARY SURGEONS.
vi-vrnitlXAllY SlIHGEON DIt. D. C
McNabb. Office at Tanmans utug
store.
FRATERNAL ORDERS.
II l r KI.KH. I'ENDLiri'ON LODUK,
No. 88. ltegular meetings nrst anu
third Thursdays of each month. All
liri.thw-H vlsltluc In the city most cordl
nllv invited to attend. Hall lu i.aiiow
block. Court atreet. O, A, Hartinan, Sr
E. It.; C. E. Heau, secretary.
MHV'H I1KMOHT YOU A11K INVJTliD,
I'ree reading room, wny not join anu
i?..t lhe advantage of free butu, use oi
and other equipments. In
rhullnif library and lending room. Terms
$1.00 to Join ana SOc a month dues.
LIVERY AND FEEDSTABLES.
TP.I.P.l'IIONE LIVUItY BTAHLK. COCU'l
Ktr.t. onuoslte court uoubc. iiowtrs
Son. proprietors. Alwajs goon turnoun
Public scales. 'Phone, main 3i.
com
Ilorbes
OLD DUTCH HENltY FEED VAHD,
iwr West' Alta and Lllllth streets,
8, A. Allowoy, proprietor. Large
fortable stalls. Plenty of feed.
given careful attention.
.wiMwi'iiniir. a-i'AHI.I'.S. G. M. PItOOMI
l.V.l 11 ...... ..... - . - ,j
i.rnnrlplis-. Fine horses, good rigs,
best care given
Hotel Pendleton.
transient stock.
'Phone, main 1111
Opp,
, ii.pi.v MTUir.i' ALT A HTItEKT,
c....no Jt Kennedr. Props., livery, feed
unloa Binhle. Good llgs at all times,
f...i. nn i.. ..nnnprllon. 'Phone, main .01
SECOND-HAND DEALERS.
v u'i-nmir.i IlEALEIt IN SECOND
baud goods. If there Is nnythlug you
. ' . w.niwi.iinnil furniture.
stoves, granltewnro and crockery.- call and
get bis prices, No, B1U Court street
NSURANCE AND LAND BUSINESS
Through Pullman standard and Tourist
sleeping cars dally to Omalm, Chicago;
tourist sleeping car dally to Kansas City ,
through Pullman tonrisi sieepuin i,
(personally conducted) weekly to I hi
ago, innas vny, mniiuiK i
(seals free) to the East iiaiiy.
TIME SCHEDULE FROM PENUUf
TON.
EASTUOUND
Arrive. Depart.
No. 2. Chicago Special a ;35 p. ra. niiAp. ni,
No. tl, Mall .t. Express I ::tn a. m. t:l.a. m.
WESTItOUND.
Arrive. Depart.
No. 1, Portland Spe
J. M. UENTLEY HEPItESENT.S THE
oldest nnd most reliable lire and accl
dent Insurance companies. Office with
llartman Abstract Co.
JOHN HAILEY. JK.. It. H. LAND COM
mlssloner. Specialty mnde of land 111
Ings and proof. Insurance nud collec
tlons. Office III Judd building, room 1(1.
BOARDING AND LODGING.
I
HOTEL ALTA. COltNEIt ALTA ANI
Mill streets. Hoard by the day or week
Good table set. Hates, j;i.7.i and $4.
per week. Mrs. L. Neff, Prop. Pendleton
eed jnrd In connection. I. .en, pro
prletor.
ATHENA HOTEL. LEADING HOTEL IN
the city, $1.00 to $1..'0 per day. II. I
Milieu, proprietor.
WHEN YOUIt HUSINESS TAKES YOI1
to Helix, stop ut the Hotel Helix. Good
meals and good service. T. II. Wimpy,
proprietor.
FOR RENT.
FOR REST-fOITE OF ROOMS IN EAHTOHK
eontxn bulldlnz. Steam healed. Hot nnd
cold water and bstji room on same lloor. Call
t East Oregonlan othce.
SEVEN-liOO.Vt HOUSE POIt IIP.NT IN-
quire of Mrs. Julia Gulllrord ou West
Huff street.
POIt KENT NINIMtOOM
(pure of It. Alexander.
HOUSE, IN
POIt KENT GOOD FItONT HOOM,
suitable for two gentlemen or two In
dies. Call at 010 Willow street.
FOR RKNT-TWO FURNISHED ROOMS, WITH
or without board, weno street.
WANTED.
WANTED A 8IX OK SEVEN ROOM HOUSE
went ol Main street luuulre at eau uregou
tan omce.
WANTED GIRL TO DO GENERAL HOUSE-
work Inquire at this onice.
MEN TO LEAKN HAKIIER TRADE. ON
ly eight weeks required, ( onstant
iirnetlee. Expert Instruction. Positions
secured. Cutalogue mailed free. Moler
Sisteni College, San Francisco, California
WANTED TO RENT' FIVE OK BIX-KOOM
modern houe (laii nt vt HH aeutai omoe
WANTED-A CAPABLE WOMAN TO DO
housework. Apply to Mri. Krtnk Eraxle
f03 Jneksnn ttrest,
MISCELLANEOUS,
EXPRESS WAGON HILLY LEATHERS,
express and llglit bnullng of all kinds,
Wagons nt your service day and ulght
Telephone main 101 or call at the Com
menial Stables, opp, postofflce.
SINGER SEWING MACHINE OFFICI
'Oil College street. Hrpalis for all ma
rhlues. P. A. Lovelang, manager.
- 1
SEWEK CONTRACTORS HEED A LAP
ler make connections with tjie sewer for
bunluess bouses and private residences,
Terms reasonable. Leave orders at T.
Taylor's Hardware store.
P S. MERRILL,
Agent, Densmore.
nines, supplies and
SPOKANE, WASH,
Second hand ma
repalts.
SEE YOU "UNCLE" WHEN YOU WANT
money, We make loans ou personal
property. T, 11. Gurdsln, Pawn liroker,
Mllarkey building, Court street.
WM. F. YOIINKA WILL PAY PROMI'I
attention to all sales and posting bills,
Correspondence solicited, commission rea
souable. P. O. Hux 200, Pendleton,
DRESSMAKING. CUTi'INO AND FIT.
ting a specialty. Prompt work. Satis
faction guaranteed. Miss It. Whitley,
1)1 'J Main street.
PENDLETON STEAM DYK WORKS
7S0 Cottonwood street. Cleaning, dying
and repairing. Goods i ailed for and ue
llrered. 'Phone, main 1091.
HOUSE-CLKANINO Y THE JAPANESE
House-Cleaulur Co. Work done by tbe iay,
nouror joo. window neau u( a pcisnr,
Prompt service at Jo prlcei. (M Uardeu 81
I'nooeMalo 1171.
8EALKD I'ROPOHALB WILL BE RECEIVED
by Recorder M. A . Kerguson, until April 1st
rjoi, lor me purcuosa ot 9uv waivr iaiuuv, v
Ins lnued by tbe city ol Admi, Oregou. ol tb
denomination ot tloo and liOO. bearina luten ',
at tbe rate ol 7 per cent per annum, intercut
oavable semi-annually ut a bink to be leketed
bj tbe purchaser ol the bonds Tbe bonds to
run 9) years, with an option ol 10 years . All
blda to be accompanied by a check equal to I
Dercentof amount offered, iald amount to b
forfeited to toe city lu rato ol failure to meet
me ODiigauoni miouia ine oius se accepieu
other amounts to be returned to the several
hidden. The cliv reserves the rlifht to relecl
auy pr all bldn. For further Information ad
dress M. A Ferguton, City Recorder, Adnins,
uregon.
, .wA,. . VMntfihln Vital EUr. mo uow.iiv.wm ui
-..itliTi. Ar...,r nf lilinervousordiKtyniesor tnesoneraiivi
uV.?ti liurry, JKxhuu.tlna-I.ruli..,
iiutluii. It stops ail Joswa
HOTELS.
OREGON
ShohtLine
ANoUraoNPAciHc
TRAINS TO
DAILY.
THE EAST
HOTEL
PENDLETON
VAN DRAN BROS., PropB.
The Best Hotel in Pendletoa
and bi good at any.
and
clnl
No. 5, Mall
press . .
SPOKANE
11:00 a.m. 0:10 a.m.
Ex-
..12 :2." a. ni. 12 :.t0a, ra.
DIVISION.
Arrive. Depart.
No. 7, Pendleton Pas
senger ti :.!. p. ra.
No. S, Spokane Passenger V :in a. m.
WALLA WALLA ItltANCH.
Arrive. Depart.
No. -11, Mixed train, 1:30 p.m.
No. -P- Mixed train 0:00 p.m.
No. 7 connects with No. 2.
No. S only waits for No. 1 In case No.
Is late not more than one hour.
No. 42 connects with No. 2.
flic Hotel I'cndloton has just
been refitted nnd rulurnislicd
lirotinhout. Plionc and fire
alarm connections with all rooms.
Uaths in suites and single rooms.
Headquarters for Traveling Me
Commodious sample Kooms.
Rates $2 & $2.50
Bpeolitl ratt's by week or tit until
Hxcclieiu utiiHiiw.
Prompt Dlnlngroom servlot.
Bar and billiard room tnoonneotloi
Only Three Blocks from Depot
OCEAN
AND RIVER SCHEDULE
FfiOM PORTLAND.
All sailing dates subject to change.
For Snn Francisco eery Hvo days.
Columbia River to Astoria and wny
himlltiL-s. leave dallv except Sunday. 8:0(1
ni. : Saturday, iu:ou p. in. Arrive
dally, -1 ;00 p. in.
WILLAMETTE KIVEIt.
HoalB leave Portland dally, except Sun
day, (stage of water permitting) for Wll
luiuette nun laiuuiii itiver points.
SNAKE KIVEIt.
to Lewlslon Leave
ltlnni-ls
dallv. except Monday, -1 :0. a. m
Leave Lewinion uauy, except
;00 a, m.
E. C. SMITH, Agent, Pendleton.
Klparla
Monday,
Washington &
Columbia River
Railroad
TAKE THIS ROUTE FOR
Chicago, St.
City, St.
Paul. St. Louis, Kansas
Joseph, Omaha and
ALL POINTS EAST AND SOUTH
Portland and Points
on the Sound
' f
Pendleton Monday,
and Friday, 1:45 p.
TIME CARD
Arrive at
nesday
Tuesday, Thursday and
11:45 a. m.
Leave Pendleton, 7 p. tn.
Walla dally,
Wed
m.
Saturday,
cast bound
Walla dally, westbound
and
Leave Walla
1 1 :0O p. ui.
Arrive Walla
in:!., a. m.
For lufuriuatlon regarding rates
aicoiiimodatlous, call ou or address
W. ADAMS, Agent,
Peudletou, Oiegon
H. II, f'ALDERIIEAl). O. P. A
Walla Walla, Washington.
HOTEL
ST. GEORGE
GEO. DAHVEAU, Prop.
Kuropt'titi !n KverythliiK llrat-
clawi. Accommodation! the best. All
modern conveniences. Htciim het
throughout. Largo new wimple room.
Tho Hotel St. Ocorgu In pronounced one
ol the most modern mid model hotel
ol Oregon.
Rooms 50c to $J.50
CORNER MAIN AND WEBB 3T8.
Block and a half from depot
THE HOTEL BICKERS
(Formerly Golden Rule)
Court Street
RUNS PULLMAN SLEEPING CAR8
ELEGANT DINING CARS
TOURI8T SLEEPING CARS
ST. I'AUIi
MINNUAl'OI.IS
DUMJTH
KAROO
TO ailANI) l'OUKS
CHOOKoj ON
WINNKl'KO
HHI.KNA ami
DUTTB.
THROUGH TICKET8 TO
OHICAOO
WASHINOi'ON
I'jiiiai)i:i,ihia
NKW YOJtK
UOSTON
And all points Kast anil South,
Throuitb tickets to Japan and
via Taeoma and Nor I hern Pacific
ship Co, and American Hue.
China,
yteam-
TIME SCHEDULE.
'i'rulna leave Pendleton dally except
Sunday, at 7:00 p. ra.
I'm- further Information, time cards,
maps and tickets, call on or write W.
Ailains, Pendletou, Oregon, br
A. O. CHARLTON,
Third and Morrison, Ms., Portlaud, Or.
luAMUnnn RESTORED "CUPIDEKt?
I BWUrUW M m ' . .. ... Vmnnh (,ll1nlatl. V.1X
e orsuns. suon us s ....
Vurlcocele, uuil Cvusll.
,.., n,S . nf Tmiitnor. Dlli'llll .Vll OltiankUS tliO llveb
Hieriimurruittiut. ";-:" "fm7.r7. T H. miriwl l.viloatom
s became nlnoty or i-'it!iaaM. A wrllteu mmmnteo given und moner returnod If U
loouro lthoJt uuoiw b , ,,r ,0?pM bT m5n Bond for i-ee clroular aid
WmSnlaUAduS, ..Hn aucl.co, C'ul.
Sold by Tallman & Co., Druggists.
SCHEDULE OF
PEN DLETON-UKIAH
Stage fym
Dally trips between Pendleton and
Ikluh, exeei.t Hunday Slase leaves
Pendleton at 7 a. m., arrives nt Ilk ah
at 0 p. m. Return stage leaves Uklah
at (1 a, in., arrives at Pendletou 5 p. m,
Pendleton to Uklah. W, rouud trip
tS; Pendleton to Alba, ?2.75 ! round
trip, $5. Pendleton to Ridge, fit round
trip, $3.50. Peudletou to Nye, $1.50 j
round trip, $2.50. Pendletou to Pilot
Rock, $1 j round trip. $1.50.
OtUce at Ilrock J. McComaa' Drug Store.
Itcraodeled and rofumlsbod tbrougk
out. Everything neat, cloan and uv
to-date. Stoam -.eat and clectrlo
llgtitH. Ilcst culslno, rrompt service.
H. E. BICKERS, Prop.
THE PORTLAND
PORTLAND, OREGON.
American plan, 3 per day and upwarJ.
Headquarter for tourist and commercial
travelers, Upecla) rate made to famil
ies and ilnvle gentlemen, Tbe mtnate
ment will be pleased at all times to o
rooms aud viva prices. A modern Turk
ish bath establishment in the bottl.
II, C. HOWKIIH, slanager.
DR. G. BEE WO
WONOliKFUL
IIOMIJ C
TRI2ATMUNT
'Dili wonderrul CM
lirsu doclor Is callr.1
sreut becsuM he uilliw
ik.opIh wlihuut ur.
lion tliut uru ulvi'ii uii
Indie. He cures with
fl new, liert, roots, buds.
H hurks und veslsbles
,4 ,iIM, uru vlttlrfly mi.
known to uiedicul set
'I'lirtiuirh the usuol'lhobe
harmless renille this luuioiw doctor kiio
lhe SCllOll Ol unnwmiin.ni ,,.,,,,.,, ........
)ii.HU,r.-IUII us III dlAeient il M-usMi. lie
,.:ir,.i,i,.' lu cure rulurrh, lislhtus, Iuuk,
Miiii.il. rlieuiiiatlmn, iiervimuss, stomacl
hick in this country.
luer, fculuevi. He i liss uuuy as oi tesuiuuu
Iii'h. ( Iiuium iiuiilerute. Cull uud sen hbu.
l iiilenbi out of the city write for blanks nud
i iiiiilurH, HendlLttiitaln stmps.COM4UI
TVJ'IO.N l'ltHK. AUlHtKaa .
THE 0. GEE WO CHINESE MEDICINE CO.
63 Alder Street,
Portland, Ore.
Tho Oregon Bally Journal can be
found on sale at Frnzlor's book store.
I
convention.