UlCHT PAOES- OF THE INLAND EMPIRE . .. ...ii in Demand. I, no limit to the market for W'L Farmers here may can and fin.l sale tor I of " , ri market as the rVc1Sewhcre is such that ,imner Ul - smvw"" . mmlo vpsler- "f i Pnmnany He explained CO"""55 1" fpral reasons for the thCH,lons ho portrayed. First, the f' was In demand. In Europe . for 7 ..nrimies. It nas wxu tun.... falfy Bumble to many purposes. dye sec red from the seed can !VanRed n tin' readily and It sets ".STthwe thus being a .comblna of color, produced and all these JrTSpectaUy valuable because WretafTpurpoBe.. all the seed mnld be produced would find a f The seed had commanded ? hteter price for shipment to Eur 0IT Than was charged for seeding .Loses here, said Mr. Horrie and K demand would contlnue.-Holse Statesman, Land Laws to Be Reformed. oroi lund office Is about to establish several striking reforms us methods of doing business, Mys the Denver Mining Ileporter. One of the most radical departures from the old system Is the fitting out of special agents of the land office with kodaks of a high grade. They ire to be used In photographing the improvements of homesteads, timber and stone entries, and other land ta ken by settlers, and the pictures will be the best kind of evidence In the thousands or contest cases where the title is disputed the orig inal entryman sets up the claim that he has made more or less Improve ments. The contestee who seeks to oust the entryman alleges, on the contrary that there are few. If any Improvements and that the law has not been compiled with. On this is sue there are lively contests before tie registers and receivers of local had offices, and many witnesses ire brought to testify on each side. Grandest Scenery in the World. The grandest scenery of the whole SrttweFt even surpassing any icoSc resort of picturesque Colora do, b to be found in a trip up Rapid Bright's Disease and Diabetes News. Office Wine and Spirit Review, San Francisco, Oc 12. To the Edi tor of the East Oregonhn. Dear Sir: The Duslness men of this city who are now proclaiming to the world the discovery of the cure for Bright's disease and Diabetes have asked me as one of the bene ficiaries to write to some of my brother editors. Hence tuls letter to Tou. I was at first as skeptical as anyone. I had reason to be. I had a cleat case of chrome Bright's Dis ease; was ill for a year. It was not thought I would live thirty days. The president ot the Pacific States Type Foundry told my wfe that the newly d scotered diuretic would save my nL", agalDSt mJ private conyic lion, I wa8 put M lt In sIx months my recovery was complete. r,ri,f.rlea.d vf mme- Dr- A. Z. Howe, a Id?? 'l1 PMm. was nearly dead lth Bright's Disease. On my re- S V,W and 1' acted th. on iL Is . a6e and he 18 now well ,0 recovy. As a broth- tL S3, 1 .perS0I"'-"y assure you of sand of the discovery. Thou- t m the hope tbat tu!s let" w ii start some of t-em right. fraternally yours, n. M- Wood, Editor. am ?h. Pounds, the first BrL1,',her,r0rId hM e?er seen for fnttti Disease no rinw w- let 6 p0l 6Eent- Ask for pamph-,et- F. W. Schmidt. Pharmacy STRAIN TOO GREAT. Hundf of Per. Reader, Find It So. oeTnhe busll! and orry ot business Smen"rt "rk and b1oP1b6 ot The WMiaa'i household care. EeAre too great a strain on the kid- Wane'J. Ueache. follow ey lroubl. urinary troubles cuhemau" ClUzen tel,s how to pkAaenu,Jl8;rHetl.red' no llves n dleton 0lT ,8 we" Known bI with K: 8ay8: 1,1 was tro- ,n eay ?'dnejrB ou- anl on for Med in a J" ,ear.ller da'8 1 had '. tandinYane,1fBCt0ry ln "0ford. ,str on I becaln y at a n "d electric car Th? motorman on an ' fwt all kept me on """Plaint If ua?? aggravated my anoyed ml tV not 8tart ll- " " al nf0 the day more Brik & yc, Kidney PJ1B at the usd nSTrSS Co- drue 8t0re anl ft had even 7k7 c,ured we. I have tU8a any nnis .nyear.8' nor I Co&.J Bi the tent, ta'e all dealers. PrlCe no Un'' States. 16 a6en,s for ithe an1 Wo'othe name-OAN'S- river. Of course, there Is no rail road up the river nor even a wagon J road, though following first one side 'of the river along great, gigantic jcrnggy cllffs( and then on the other, 'the bridges across the river being ! constructed by felling a tree across 'the; water and hewing down the top side, ensy enough to cross it one closes his eyes and trusts to tho 1 faithful horse. The dear, rippling stream Is lined with small trees, and ' the verdure and moss-covered rocks 'add a softening touch to the rough .ness produced by the rough moun tain walls. For a short summer out ing It would be a delightful place to vllst, especially for tho fisherman, for the stream is filled with the finest kind o trout. Then there is a grand sight a waterfall on the west fork of Rapid river, where the .river drops 500 feet in less than a quarter of a mile. The temperature varies but very little the greater part of the year. urangeville Standard. ' Inspection Causes Trouble. ' From what the Sentinel has bean aide to learn during the past few days an order has been issued re- 'cently by Mr. Charles W. Deming of Spokane, a deputy Inspector of the bureau of animal industry, forbid ding the movement of cattle, sheep or horses, from one stnte into an other without first having been in spected for mange, the owner or owners given a clearing certificate showing that the stock examined is not so afflicted, says the Asotin Sentinel. In this respect Asotin county is peculiarly situated. Mr. F. C. Gor don, the Asotin ferryman, has been Instructed to cross no stock over his ferry unless an inspection has first been made and an inspection Is not the easiest thing in the world to secure, with the inspecting official residing in Spokane. Unless a dep uty can be secured in Asotin county, all sellers of stock will be required to notify Mr. Deming in advance cf their delivery and have nlm come down and make an inspection, If the stockmen and farmers of Asotin and Wallowa counties only sold cattle once or twice a year, this requirement would not be so bad; but where small bands of cattle are being delivered every few days to purchasers in Idaho, or to Lewiston for shipment, the Inspecting require ment is a great inconvenience. SPRING TRAFFIC. Disappointed in Its Volume in the West. Chicago, 111., March 29. Spring traffic of Western railroads is not meeting expectations, but there are indications that it will be greater later on. While there Is not as heavy a tonnage of general merchandise moving as there was two weeks ago, there is a fair movement of live' stock, lumber, coal and grain over a number of the lines. . The Western population, as a whole, Is financially well off, and at this early date most reliable author ities claim there Is a good chance for large crops of - winter wheat. This being the case, more than one rail road man is figuring ahead and ar guing that purchases of liberal. If not heavy, amounts of merchandise will be made before long. On the other hand, the same conservatism which has characterized the attitude of merchants In various sections may prevnil Indefinitely, and thus cut down the volume of traffic. ' The Name Witch Hazel. The name Witch Hazel is much abused. E. C. De Witt & Co., Chi cago, are the inventors of the orig inal and only genuine Witch Hazel Salve. A certain cure for cuts, burns, bruises, eczema, tetters, plleB, etc. There are many counterfeits of this salve, some ot which are dangerous, while they are worthless. In buying Witch Hazel Salve see that the name E. C. De Witt & Co., Chicago, Is on the box and a cure is certain. Sold by Tallman & Co. All Maccabees and wives and Lady Maccabees are urged to be present Wednesday evening to attend the "Markey Review." Sir Knight Mar key will arrive on Wednesday even ing's train from Portland on the D:35 train. All preparations, are made for a big Jlme and a fine banquet will be served after the meeting. The banquet hall at Secret Society hall, will be used for the reception of visiting Sir Knights and ladies. AU come without fall. C. W, Lefler. commander; J. S. Kees, record keeper. Happy, Healthy Children. Any child can take Little Early Itlsera with perfect safety. They are harmless, never gripe or sicken, and yet they are so certain ln results that robust constitutions requiring drastic means are never disappoint ed. They cannot fail to perform their mission and everyone who uses De Witt's Little Early Risers prefer them to all other pills. Tbey cure biliousness. Sold by Tallman & Co. Special for Easter. A representative of one of the largest Eastern millinery houses will he at our store Friday and Saturday with a display of 60 pattern hats. MRS. ROSE CAMPBELL. TO CURE A COLD IN ONC DAY. Take LaiatUe Uromo Quinine Tablets. All druggist refund the money If It falls to cure. K. V. Orove'a signature on DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, MARCH BUSINESS CARDS, SOCIETIES PROFESSIONS AND TRADES PHYSICIANS. DR. W. G. COLE, OFFICE IN JUDD building. Office hours, 10 to 12 a. m. ; 1 to 5 p. m. Telephones : Office main 1371; residence, main 13S1. J. I.. MILI.Elt, M. D. DKSPAIN 11LOCK. Treats and corrects eye troubles, ca tarrhal conditions and Impaired bearing. Classes correctly fitted for refractive , er rors. Telephone, main 1011. DP.S. SMITH IUNGO, OFFICE OVIIK the Pendleton Savings Hank. Tele phone 801 ; residence telephone, main 1501. II. S. GARFIELD, M. D. HOMEOPATHIC physician and surgeon. Office In Judd building. Telephones: Office, black 1411; residence, black 24. DR. D. J. M'FAUL, JUDD "LOCK. TEI.E phone, main 031 ; residence, black 101. DR. T. M. HENDERSON, PHYSICIAN and surgeon. Office In Savings Hank building, room 1. Office 'phone, main 1411 ; residence, red 1223. DR. LYNN K. RLAKESLEE, CHRONIC and nervous diseases and diseases of women. JiulJ building, corner Main and Court streets. Office "phone, main 721 ; residence, red 1223. DR. LENA ALLEN llOONE. OSTEOPATH. Residence, Thompson street, between Court and Water streets. 'Phone, black 1024. Nervous diseases a specialty. OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN DR. L. Pranels Thompson, graduate of A. T. Still school, KIrksvllle. Mo.; office at Nye's residence, 502 Water street; 'phone Red r4 ; Tuesday, Thursday and Satur day. A. II, MARTIN, M. D., DESPAIN KI.OCK, Court street, over Koeppen's drug store. Special attention to skin diseases. DENTISTS. DIt. M. S. KEEN, DENTAL SURGEON. Office, room 1.', Judd building. E. A. .VAUCHAN, DENTIST OIT1CU IN Judd building. 'Phone, red 1411. BANKS AND BROKERS. riltST NATIONAL HANK Or ATHENA. Oregon. 'Capital, f."0,C00; surplus and profits, tl2,r.00.00. Interest on time de posits. Deals In foreign and domestic exchange. Collections promptly attended to. Henry C. Adams, president; T. J. Kirk, vice-president ; I" S. LeOrow, cash ier; I. M. Kemp, assistant cashier. THE PAIiMEItS' HANK OP WESTON, Weston. Oregon. Does a general bank lug business. Exchange bought and sold. Collections promptly attended to. II. Jameson, president ; fieorge W. Proebstel, vice-president : J. li. Kllgore, cashier ; di rectors, O. A. Ilartman, SI. M. Jones, T. J. Price, G. D. Grow. J. P Kllgore, Itob ert Jameson, G. W. Proebstel. THE PENDLETON SAVINGS HANK, Pendleton, Oregon. Organized March 1, 18811. Capital. $1110.000: surplus, S7.r., (100; Interest allowed on all time deposits. Exchange bought and sold on all prin cipal points. . Special attention given to collections. ". J. I'uriiNh, president: J. J. Teal, vice-president : T, J. Morris, cashier; J. W. Moloney, assistant cashier. PIItST NATIONAL BANK Or PENDLE ton. Capital, STO.OOO; surplus and un divided proflts. $100,000. Trausacts a general banking business, Exchange and telegraphic transfers sold on Chica go, Sau Kranclsco, New York and princi pal points in the Northwest. DraftB drawn on China, Japan and Europe. Makes col lections on reasonable terms. Levi An keny, president : W. V Matlock, vice president ; G, M. Itlce. cashier; George Ilartman, Jr., assistant cashier. ARCHITECTS AND BUILDERS. C. E. TItOUTMAN, ARCHITECT AND Superintendent, room VI Judd block, Pendleton, Oregon. T. I HOWARD, ARCHITECT AND Su perintendent. Makes complete and re liable plans for buildings in the city or country. Room 17, Judd building. SHEEK & COLE, CONTRACTORS AND builders. Estimates furnished ou short notice. Job work a specialty. Prompt service. Shop ou Illuff street, near Main. D. A. MAY, CONTRACTOR AND IIUILD er. Estimates furnished on all kinds maunnw umatit IVnIL fctlltlH Uflllll. etc. Leave' oi ders at East Oregoulan of- nee. T. M. KELLER. PLASTERING AND CE- mentlng. cement walks a specialty. Estimates furnished free. Work guaran teed. Leave orders at liadley ft Zebner'a cigar store. Main street. P. O. box 101. LIVERY AND FEED STABLES. TELEPHONE LIVERY STAR!.!.'. COURT Street, opposite court bouse. Mowers & Son, proprietors. Always good turnouts. Public scales. 'Phone, main 381, OLD DUTCH HENRY I'EED YARD, Corner West Alta and Llllltb streets. 8. A. Alloway, proprietor. Large com fortable stalls. Plenty of feed. Horses given careful attention. COMMERCIAL STABLES, G. M. KROOME proprietor. Fine Horses, goou rigs, best care given transient stock. Opp. Hotel Pendleton, 'Phone, main 101, CITY LIVERY 8TAIILE, ALTA STREET, c.rnev & Kennedr. Prons.. Ilrery, feed and sales stable. Good rigs at all times. Cab line In connection. 'Phone, main 701. SECOND-HAND DEALERS. V. BTKOW.E, DEALER IN SECOND band goods. If there U anything you n in nw ami second hand furniture. stores, granlteware and crockery, call and get ail prices, no. -i- tuun irrri. BOARDING AND LODGING. HOTEL ALTA. CORNER ALTA AND Mill streets. Hoard by the day or week. Good table set. lutes, 13.75 and 14.75 per week. Mrs. L. NefT, Prop. Pendleton Keed Yard ln connection, L. Nelf, pro prietor. ATHENA HOTEL. LEADING HOTEL IS the city, il.OO to $1.50 per day, II. P. Mlllen, proprietor. WHEN YOUR BUSINESS TAKES YOU to Helix, atop at the Hotel Helix. Good IoprIetor. ' mm MANHOOD RESTORED "CUPIDENE" Tliii erral Veretable Vltallxer, tbe prescription of a famous KreoCQ pbrilclsn. wll quickly euro you of all nervous or . . . . V mi, uftiMna and K,,li,nuL AcaaU nluoir ii nt,ari lemibled wllU 1VImIUI. CVfiUVtlK Is tb only known remeUf if, euro VltLuVit an iueratluu. 6XUU WMIiuoulals. A wrlllu guarantee lren and luouvy returned IJ li SbSS aJoymanmit cure. t.oo a, but! sis for tiJU r bi.11. Koud Jit Ire circular " rei'.liuonlal. AUJn 1A VOJ. HKIJIUSK Sold by Tallman & Co., Druggl FRATERNAL ORDERS. It. P. O. ELKS. PENDLETON LODGE, No. 2SS. Regular meetings first and third Thursdays of each month. All brothers visiting In the city most cordi ally luvlted to attend. Hall In LaDow block, Court street. G. A. Ilartman, Sr., E. II.; C. E. Dean, secretary. MEN'S RESORT YOU ARE INVITED. Free reading room. Why not Join and get the advantage ot tree bath, use ut punching bag and other equipments, In cluding library and reading room. Terms $1.00 to Join ana 50c a month dues. I IN S U RANCE AND LAND BUSINESS IIARTMAN ABSTRACT CO. MAKES reliable abstracts of title to all lands In Umatilla county. Loans on city and farm property. Huys and sells 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. IIARTMAN. Pres. G. A. IIARTMAN, JR., Vice Pres. J. M. HENTLEY REPRESENTS TUB oldest and most reliable fire nud acci dent Insurance companies. Office with Ilartman Abstract Co. JOHN IIAII.EY, JR., I'. S. LAND COM mlssloner. Specialty made of laud fil ings and proof. Insurance and collec tlons. Office In Judd building, room 10. VETERINARY SURGEONS. VETERINARY SURGEON DR. D. C. McNnhb. Office nt Tnllmau's drug store,. FOR RENT. FOR RENT NEATLY FURNISHED housekeeping rooms. 312 S. Main St. FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOM KOlt gentleman; centrally located. 311' S. Main street. SEVEN-ROOM HOUSE FOR RENT IN quire of Mrs. Julia Gulllford on West P.luff street. FOR RENT NINE-ROOM HOUSE, IN quire of R. Alexander. FOR RENT SUITE OF ROOMS IN East Oregonlan building. Steam heat ed. Hot and cold water and bntb room on same floor. Call at East Oregonlnn office. FOR RENT GOOD FRONT ROOM, sultnkle for two gentlemen or two la dles. Cnll at 010 Willow street. WANTED. WANTKD AGKNT8 TO TAKK OKDKIIS KOlt books "1 lie Ureal Chicago DlrMtcr nd Haiti more Fire " Great rellers. Hate other books Leave sddresa at Modern Schcol oi Commerce, Court itrcet. MISCELLANEOUS. EXPRF.SS WAGON HILLY LEATHERS, express and light hauling of nil kinds. Wagons nt your service duy und night. Telephone main 101 or cnll nt the Com. merclal Stables, opp. postofflce. SINGER SEWING MACHINE OFFICE, 5011 College street. Repairs for all ma. Uiues. P. A. Lovetaug, manager. SEWER CONTRACTORS REED & LAF ler make connections with Uie sewer for business houses and private residences. Terms reasonable. Irfave ordeis at T. C. Taylor's Hardware store. F. S. MT.RHILL. SPOKANE, WASH., Agent, Deusmore. Second-hand ma chines, supplies and repairs. SEE YOU "UNCLE" WHEN YOU WANT money. We make loans on personal property. T. II. Gurdaln, Pawn Broker, Mllarkey building, Court street. WM. F. YOIINKA WILL PAY PROMPT attention to all sates and posting bills, Correspondence solicited. Commission reu sonable. P. O. Box -tin, Pendleton. DRESSMAKING, CUTiING AND FIT Hug a specially. Prompt work. Satis faction guaranteed. Miss II. Whitley, 012 Main street. PENDLETON STEAM DYE WORKS 730 Cottonwood street. Cleaning, dying and repairing. Goods called for and de. Ilveied. 'Phone, main K101, HOUSE-CLEANING IIY THE JAI'ANKHK House-Cleaning Co. Work done by the uy, uuur or joo. winuow cleaning a specialty. Prompt service at low prices, CO! Garden street. 'Phone Main 1171, FOR SALE AT THE EAST OREGONIAN office Large bandies of newsnsoers. containing over 100 big papers, can b ooiained ror zr cents a bundle. NOTICE TO ALL MY FRIENDS AND PATRONS: I TAKE PLEASURE IN INTRODUCING TO MY FRIENDS, DR8. L. L. AND T. H. WHITE, TO WHOM I HAVE SOLD MY DENTAL BUSINESS IN THIS CITY. I THOROUGHLY RECOMMEND THE DRS. WHITE AS FIRST CLASS DENTI8TS IN EVERY RE8PECT, AND WILL ES TEEM IT A FAVOR FOR ANY OF MY PATIENT8 TO PLACE THEIR CASES IN HANDS OF THE DR8. WHITE. RESPECTFULLY, E. A. MANN cuttus of tu0t:eiierallveor)aDa.sucnasxi Muiat Ttiu nullum KulfAmra urn ., San I murl., Col, sti. 30, 1904. Oriental Parlors Massage, Hairdresalng and Manicuring. Rooms 3 and 5, over Martin's grocery. Leave orders at Brock & McComas' drug store. The Oriental par tors are In charge of Conala E. Dreyer, a graduate of Lola E. Shaw's parlors, of Boise City, Idaho. Egg Baths, Fomentation Bath, Plain Shampoo, Shampoo with Scalp Treat, ment, Shampoo with Hair Curl Ing, Head Steaming for ladles and gentlemen, Hair Dressing, Manicuring, Facial Massage. PAPER HANGING The new stock of J 904 patterns is now in i E. J MURPHY Court St, The Columbia Lodging House Well ventilated, neat and com fortnlilo rooms, good beds. Dar In connection, whoro bout goods are served. Main street, conter of block, between Alta and Wobb streets. F. X. SCHEMPP Proprietor GOAL Let us (ill your bin with .... ROCK SPRING GOAL Recognized as the best and most economical fuel. We are prepared to con tract with you (or your winter's supply. We de liver coal or wood to any part of the city. Laatz Bros. Main Street Near Depot THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST Dear this in mind when you need poultry and stock supplies and ask for th International Poultry and Stock Kood. Use Kow Kuro for your cow trou bles. C. F. Colesworthy 127-129 East Alta St. Agent for Lee's Llco Killer. All persons knowing themselves to be In debted to me will call and settlo their ac counts as I need the money, Conrad Platzoeder Meat Market Walter's flouring Mills Capacity, JGO barrels a day. Flour exchanged lor wheat. Flour. Mill Feed, Chopped Feed, etc., always on hand. PAGE SEVEN. HOTELS. HOTEL PENDLETON VAN DRAN BROS., PROPRIETORS. Tne Best Hotel in Pendleton and as good as any. Tho Hotel Pomlleton has Just boon re lit tod and refurnished throughout. 'I'hono anil flro nlnrm connoctlomi with all roomH, Ilatlm In suites and slnglo rooms. Headquarters for I raveling Men Commodious Sample Rooms, Rates $2 00 and $2.50 Special rnles by week or month. Kxcullont Culnlno. Prompt Dining Itoom Service Bar and Billiard Room In Connection Only Three Blocks From Depot. Hotel St. George GEO. DARVEAU, PROPRIETOR. Kuroppun plan, Everything llrst class. Accommodations tho best. All modern conveniences. Steam host throughout. Hooms on-sulto vlth bath. Largo, now samplo rooms. Tho Hotel St. fleorgo Is pronounced ono of tho most modern and model hotel of Oregon. 'Phono and tiro alarm connections to olllco In nil rooms. RoomB SOc to $1.50. CORNER MAIN AND WEBB 3T8. Block and a half from depot. THE Hotel Bickers (Formorly Ooldcn Rule.) "'H COURT STREET. Remodeled rind rofumlshed through out. Everything neat, clean and up-to-date. Steam heat and olectrlo lights. Rest cuisine, Prompt service). H. E. BICKERS, PROPRIETOR. THE PORTLAND PORTLAND, OREGON. American pUn, 3 per dty and upwsrd. Ilrad'inartern for Courlata and commereUl trtrelera, Hpevlal ratea made to famll lea and alugle leollemen, Tb nanitf meot will t pleaaed at alt llmra to abow rooma and give prlcea. A modem Turk lali bath eatabllabmeat In the bote!. II. (.'. IKIWKIIH, Manager. DR. 0. GEE M hoau: TUUATAtHNi 'I hl wiii.'lf rful ( In iHu ilucicr 1 1 ifrttUlWJiii'" lit' vim IMMIJ'tU Wllll'tllt UJMT'I- llun Hi m uru Kit i'ii up hilU. Jl vuri wild lliima wonderful i lit IJtdH litT'JXi rMif, Ihi1. iiurliat it i nt voiri-liiiiU'aL uW known In uidlrul im ruvvln (bin country. Tttroujili tin UMtiirilti liuriiileiwt rrmi il-M Oil fail noun Uucliir ki mi tlii'iti'Monut ' Mmjllffrwi!lKmit'i.WiiUi 111 All' III ) 11 r" 1 111 lllrtfmit lltHfUM'M, lit kuui. iititt Lti vuiv rutunh iwlliuiii. In its, thrmit, rlifiifnutWiii. iit'rvouaiticKK, muiuui It Im-r, tlilur -,viv , IiiuIiuuUimI oftt(Miuii juiM, t )ttrg'K inixlt'iate, full Hiul tti him l'mi'iiti out cf tin city- wrltt) tot Maiiku i d firculari. Bviiil tcntu In wtamiifi. tJWHI t TATiON ViXKK AlUHtKbH THE 0. GEE WO CHINESE MEDICINE CO. 53 Alder Street, Portland, Ore. .1 SWBE3Sr""B9a' I each box. Sc.