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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY, APRIL 7, 1904.
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rneth. niivii vwfM
ji .... t'.r.n niul nniiL'htnii cliarces
woman with having ernsetl the
and raising the amount to the
c.,n.iiotiinii.Tnt'tnu'
flTtPsinu well which promises
ill l.ni. I,i.fiti InnlnM In
-,9T III II II1I1I 11U1 LULunl Ut HIV
Krall stono quarry, In the eastern
section of this city. Tlio parties In
terested In this project are Messrs.
Smith, Kanagy, Hall, Clement anil
Grlgshy. About a month ngo Major
Hall began boring this well, nnd the
latter part of last week water was
struck in an artesian flow at a depth
of 420 feet.
The water" is exceedingly clear,
nnd Is warm, and while not found in
great quantities, nor nt any great
pressure, tlio owners of the well are
confident that If the boring is con
tinued, water will be found in quan
tities sufficient to make it of com
mercial value. The water was struck
In n sand stone formation, and tho
existence of the artesian flow assures
the projectors that a largo and sub
stantial well Is located near by.
Holse Capital News.
One Telephone to Eight Poeple.
In Walla Walla there are 13 tele
phones to each 100 population, ac
cording to figures made by Manager
Bingham of the local exchange. This
percentage Is nearly as largo as any
city In the country, aiid Is rapidly
increasing. At this time the city
maintains' 137S Independent tele
phones, while In January, 1900, there
were but 350 Instruments In the en
tire exchange. To maintain this sys
tem nnd permit people to communi
cate quickly with each other, "7 peo
ple nro om ployed regularly by the
company, and at times extra men
nre used In repair work and construc
tion. Of these people 19 are ladyj
operators, nine are linemen and con
structors, and other are telegraph
operators, cashiers and stenograph
ers. Walla Walla Tnlon.
BUSINESS CARDS, SOCIETIES
PROFESSIONS AND TRADES
PHYSICIANS.
DK. W. O. COLK, OKFICK IN JVDD
Duuuing. uaicc Hour, 10 to 12 a. m. ;
1 to B p. m. Telephones: Office main
1371; residence, main 13S1.
J. L. MILLER, XI. D. DGSI'AIN BLOCK.
Treats and corrects oje troubles, ca
tarrhal conditions and Impaired hearing.
Glasses correctly fitted for refractive er
rors. Telephone, main 1011.
DPS. SMITH & niNQO, OFFICE OVttP.
the Pendleton Savings Hank. Tele
phone 801 ; residence telephone, main
1501.
H. S. GARFIELD, M. D. HOMEOPATHIC
physician and surgeon. Office In Judd
building. Telephones: Office, black 1411 J
residence, black 24.
DR. D. J. MTAUL. JUDD DLOCK. TELE
phone, main 031 ; residence, black 101.
I)It. T. M. HENDERSON, PHYSICIAN
nnd surgeon. Office lu Savings Hank
building, room 1. Office 'phone, main
1411 i residence, red 1223.
DI!. LYNN K. HLAKESLEE, CHRONIC
and nervous diseases and diseases of
women. Judd building, corner Main and
Court streets. Office 'phone, main 721 ;
residence, red 1223.
FRATERNAL ORDERS.
II. .r. O. ELKS, PENDLETON LODGE.
No. 2SS. Regular meetings first and
third Thursdays of each month. All
brothers visiting In the city most cordi
ally Invited to attend. Hall In LnDow
block, Court street. G. A. Uartmnn, Sr.,
E. R. ; C. E. Ilean, secretary.
MEN'S RESORT YOU ARE INVITED.
Free reading room. Why not join and
get the advantage of free bath, use of
punching bag and other equipments, In
eluding library and reading room. Terms
$1.00 to Join ana ftQc a month dues.
TRANSPORTATION LINE8.
oifoii
INSURANCE AND LAND BUSINESS
HARTMAN ABSTRACT CO. MAKES
reliable abstracts of title to alt lands
tn Umatilla county. Loans on city and
farm property. Iluys and sells all kinds
of real estate. Does a general brokerage
business, l'ays taxes and makes Invest
ments for nou-reeldents. Reference, liny
bank In I'cndleton.
G. A. HARTMAN, Pres.
(3. A. HARTMAN, JR., Vice Pres.
DR. LENA ALLEN BOONE, OSTEOPATH.
Residence, Thompson street, between
Court nnd Water streets. 'Phone, black
1024. Nervous diseases a specialty.
OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN DR. L.
Francis Thompson, graduate of A. T.
Still school, Klrksvllle. Mo. ; office at
Nye's residence. D02 Water street : 'phone
Red 54 ; Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
A. H. MARTIN, M. D., DESPAIN BLOCK,
Court Btrect, over Koeppen's drug store.
Special attention to skin diseases,
The Dalles Improving.
More street Improvements will bo
made in The Dalles this season than
for years past. Second street is be
ing mncadamlzed and now property
owners on Fourth street have peti
tioned the council to macadamize
that street from Jefferson to the
Fourth street bridge, asking that a
covering of 10 inches of crushed
rock to be placed on the street nnd
rolled to a solid surface. The peti
tion was referred to the committee
on streets and public property to ex
amine anil- report next Monday eve
ning. If the report is favorable the
council will levy an assessment on
abutting property to pay for the im
provements. Times-Mountaineer.
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REVIEWED
tiJ MM I- filCMUT M IV II
HIGHER IN PORTLAND.
10.
Radishes, Semper bunch.
Green onions, Gs per bunch, 3 for
Un11n Wolln cnlnnnli f.n npr lh.
Celery, 10c bunch, 3 bunches 25c.
Lettuce, hothouse, 5c bunch.
I'le plaut. 10c lb.
Turnips, 5c bunch.
Asparagus, 164?20c lb.
Popcorn, shelled, 10c lb, 3 for 25.
o
nn Lamnt Art at j sn or inn
Is butter that !r trnnhltnp- tho
era hni-n .1 . . i .
tl Iflft nnrlin -.1 . . i i
Lrndtiff fnat fintn..l. ... nil 1.At- 1
.uuuHu iu mi men i
tin da thru orMt1,l I
market Is steady and calm. The I
r ini'iuiuu ui uuHteru
- ..,, Yiuiuii is now quoi-
22U cents.
ae erven tliln ,
v in " i . . .
, ,( luriu iH at fi cents a
lu. nnii a.hk .
"tragus at irora lb to
on ttie war. nmi in i,., u.
r,a.utu5 ui l,n via l,lln ,1,..!
nrtm l.i. .. ...i.i.t, men
" maruets. I
-..sua UnIon stockyards. April
w ureninoi r ...... ...i.
owu, ifNiipptaii., nn i. . n a
uic igrmer wt-aUnens Tho
cattle ? n8l8lcu f 87 hogs,
Ct mil , ""
. .uiiuk nrieno nr..
ijvai un A.n r., .. .
1 1 . it m v.vnwu kiLi.i.1 a
25 ZLt vauy stec". 13.75
.uui n intra 'i r.ini Tr 1
-t TWHUU,I.i i
fife r
and la,B: 5-506.55; stock
ana feeders. Sir or
--j ucni. era n.fml ...ti i
mixed sheep, 3.2G4,
RETAIL GROrPRv dd.po
'"i next eradn ir. ' i... V .
n An - uci in: in w mi
ow iuiipa 'jn
. - "a neat ri .
- 1UII - '
mi ii.ns -
case, " Bions, 3.25
. '"C It nn,..i.. ..
nils I'UUllllH- .11 IA
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1I1PL- . 1.
" ,l-W0ck. lie ton.
VEfiPTAr,.
-"UIDB. 1ft
us- per lb.
FRUITS.
Bananas, 40c dozen.
Apples, $1 per box.
Lemons, 40c dozen.
Oranges, 4050c dozen.
LIVESTOCK AND POULTRY.
The following pilces are paid by
dealers to the producer:
Turkeys, 12814c.
Chickens, hens, 8c; $34 per doz
en; roosters, 4Gc.
Geese, per dozen, $9.
Ducks, per dozen, J3.50(5,4.
Butter, 607Gc, good.
Eggs, fresh, 12'c.
CHOICE BEEF CATTLE, ETC.
Steers, $3.2503.85.
Cows, $2,500)2.85.
Hogs, live, 5C.
Hogs, dressed, GV"c,
Veal, drossod, Cr7c,
Sheep, $2 2.50.
HAY AND FEED.
Chop barley, J22.50 per ton; lUc
per lb.
Chopped wheat, 1.40 per 300.
Bran, GOc per sack.
Shorts, $1 per sack.
Oats, lc per i .
Alfalfa, loose, $13 per ton.
Wheat, loose, $13 per ton.
Timothy, baled, per ton $20.
General Conference
Of the M. E. Church, Los Angeles,
Cal., commencing May 3d, 1904. Na
tional Association Kotail Grocers,
San Francisco. May 3d. 1904.
Account of nbove occasion round
trip. Tickets will be sold via O. R. &
N. Steamship Co. to san Francisco;
raciflc S. S. Co.. San Francisco to
Los Angeles and return, $45.55, vi;
S. S. Portland to San Francisco;
Southern Pacific railroad, San Fran-
Cisco to Los Angeles and ro'urn,
$44.85. Via steamer Portland to
San Francisco: Southern Pacific,
San Francisco to Los Angeles anu
return, $44.85; via Southern Pacific
(all ralll Port and to Los Angeies
and return, $44.85; via steamor both
Cisco and roturn, $20.86; via ran
both directions or rail going, return
ing steamer, or vice Versa, $31.85.
Dates of salo via steamer from
Portland. Anrll 23. 24 and 20; via
rati, April 23d to 30th, Inclusive,
limit continuous passage on going
trip with final return limit Juno 3U.
Stopovers will bo allowed In Califor
nla only and only on roturn trip. For
particulars call on or nddress R. 0.
Smith, agent O. It. & N. Co., pen
dleton, Oregon.
BANKS AND BROKERS.
FIltST NATIONAL I ANK OP ATHENA,
Oregon. Capital, $50,C00; surplus and
profits, J12,riOO.flO. 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 I S. LeGrow, cash
ier; I. M. Kemp, assistant cashier.
THE TAItMEnS' BANK Or WESTON,
Weston, Oregon. Does a general bank
ing business. Exchange bought and sold.
Collections promptly attended to. It.
Jameson, president : George W. I'roebstel,
vice-president ; J. It. Kllgore. cashier ; ill
rectors, G. A. Ilartman. M. M. Jones. T.
J, Price, O. D. Graw. J. F. Kllgore, Ilob
ert Jameson, G. W. Proebstel.
THE TENDLETON SAVINGS BANK,
Pendleton, Oregon. Organized March 1,
ltJS'J. Capital. $100,000; surplus, $7r,
000; Interest allowed on all time deposits.
Exchange bought nnd sold on all prin
cipal points. . Special attention given to
collections. W. J. Furnish, president; J.
N. Tenl, vice-president : T. J. Morris,
cashier ; J. W. Malnney, assistant cashier.
FIltST NATIONAL BANK OP PENDLE
ton, Capital, $70,000: surplus and un
divided profits. $100,000. Transacts a
general banking busluchs. Exchange
and telegraphic transfers sold on Chica
go. San Francisco. New York and princi
pal points In the Northwest. Drafts drawn
on China, Japan and Europe. Makes col
lections on reasonable terms. Levi An
keny, president : W. V. Matlock, vice
president; G. M. ltlce, cashier; George
Ilartman, Jr.. nsslstant cashier.
DENTISTS.
1HC. M. S. KEItN, DENTAL SIJKUKON.
Office, room IS, Judd building
E. A. VAUGHAN, DENTIST OFFICE IN
Judd building. 'Phone, red 1411.
ARCHITECTS AND BUILDERS.
C. E. TItOUTMAN, ARCHITECT AND
Superintendent, room 1'J Juuu diock
Pendleton, Oregon.
T. F. IIOWAItD, ARCHITECT AND SU.
iierlntendeut. Makes complete and re
liable plans for buildings In the city or
couutry. uootn it, Juua uunuiug.
SIIEEK & COLE, CONTItACTOUS AND
builders. Estimates furnished on snort
uotlce. Job work a specialty. Prompt
service. Shop on Hliid stieet, near Main.
II. A. MAY. CONTHACTOI! AND BUILD
er. Estimates furnished on all kinds
of masonry, cement walks, stone wans
etc. Leave orders at East Oregonlan of
tlce.
T. M. KELLEIt, PLASTERING AND CE
mentlug. Cemeut walks a specialty,
Eiitlmnles furnished free. Work guaraii'
teed. Leave orders at Badley i Zebner's
cigar store. Main street. I'. O. box 104.
LIVERY AND FEED STABLES.
mi.., mmnvu I n'lMir UTillll PfllTTIT
jr.i.r.i iiu.il, uiiKiii !... .
Street, opposite court house. Bowers
won, proprietors. Always guuu lumwuw,
Public scales. 'Phone, main 331.
OLD DUTCH IIENItY FEED YARD,
Coiner West Alta and I.uiltu streets
H. A. Alltiwsv. uronrletor. Large com
fortable stalls. Plenty of feed. Horses
given careful attention.
COMMERCIAL STABLES, O. M. KROOMB
proprietor, nne uorses, gouu ri
best care given transient stock. Opp.
Hotel Pendleton. 'Phone, main 101.
nme rirvnv Tlir.v? Af.TA STREET
1,11 ..... j.a.. .....
Carney & Kennedy, Props., livery, feed
and sales stable, uooa rigs hi ii ii
Cab line In connection. '1'hone. main 701,
VETERINARY SURQEON8.
viyrj.'KINAHV SlIIiaEON DR. D. C.
McNabb. Office at Tallman's drug
store.
BOARDING AND LODGING.
iin-ri-.r. ALT A. CORNER ALTA AND
inn ...,., lu.m.i iiv tlip ilnr or week.
Oootl table set. Rates, $3.75 and $4,75
per week. Mrs. L. NefT, Prop. Pendleton
Feed Yard In connection. L. iven, V'u
prletor.
ATHENA HOTEL. LEADING HOTEL IN
the city, $1.00 to $i.ou iwr ubj. h.
Mlllen, proprietor.
WHEN YOUR BUSINESS TAKES YOU
Mo Helix, stop nt the Hotel Hellr. Good
meals and good service, T. II. Vtlinpy,
proprietor.
. . i,,i ut vl' vim rm l n I1MA.
tllla stop t ht Cottage Hotel; white help,
nome coosiur, eTcrTiunn n. m.. v. v....
Mrs. James O'Connell, prop.
J. M. BENTLEY REPRESENTS THE
oldest nnd most reliable tire nnd acci
dent Insurance companies. Office with
Ilartman Abstract Co.
JOHN IIA1LEY, JR., U. S. LAND COM
mlssloner. Specialty made of land til
ings and proof. Insurance and collec
tions. Office In Judd building, room 10.
SECOND-HAND DEALERS.
V. STROHLE, DEALER IN SECOND-
band goods. If there Is anything you
need In new and second-hand furniture.
stoves, granlteware and crockery, call and
get his prices. No. 212 Court street.
FOR RENT.
FOR RENT SUITE OF ROOMS IN
East Oregonlan building. Steam heat
ed. Hot and cold water and bath room
on same floor. Call at East Oregonlan
office.
FOP. RENT GOOD FRONT ROOM,
suitable for two gentlemen or two la
dles. Call nt 010 Willow street.
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOM WITH
privilege ot the bslh. (or one or tno gentle
men. 70S Ralcy street.
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOM FOR OKN.
tlemsn; centrally loeaUil. 312 S. Main street.
FOR REN r NEATLY FURNISHED HOUSE,
keeping rooms. 312 a. Xaln Street.
WANTED.
WANTED-TO DO SEWING BY THE DAY,
Miss Olive l'r yon, 301 Thompson ftreet.
WANTED TO RENT A FOUR OR FIVE
room rottsce. with srlvtleie ot buying on
Installment pltn. Address ;. c., care East
uregoniau
WANTED ADVERTISERS TO MAKt
use ot these classified columus. If you
have something you have no use for, offer
to trade It for something that some other
body may have and have no use for, some
thing that you may need In your business.
You may have an extra horse that you
may wish to trade for a cow or a vehicle.
Somebody may have the cow aud vehicle
and want the horse. 15c or 20c want ad
will probably do the business.
MISCELLANEOUS.
EXPRESS WAGON BILLY LEATHERS
.wl llnl.f l..tlln. r nil lln,l.
Wagons at your service day and night
T'l ... V .! 1111 AH 1 1 , 1, . f1nm
merclal Stables, opp. postofflce.
SINGER SEWING MACHINE OFFICE,
500 College street. Repairs for ull ma.
chines. I' A, Lovetang, manager.
SEWER CONTRACTORS REED & LAP
ler make connections with Uie sewer fur
business bouses nnd private residences.
Terms reasonable. Leave orders at T. C.
Taylor's Hardware store.
OREGON
Shout Line
and union Pacific
TWO TRAINS TO .THE EAST
DAILY.
Thronsli Pullman standard and Tourist
Sleeners ilnllv to Omaha nnd Chlraeo:
tourist sleeper dally to Kansas City ;
through t'uliman tourist steeping cars,
(neraonatlr conducted) wceklv to Chi
cago: reclining chair cars (seats tree) to
the East dally.
TIME SCHEDULE FROM PENDLE
TON.
EASTllOUND.
Arrive. Depart.
No. 2, Chicago Special 5 ;35 p. m. 5 :45 p. m.
No. II, Mull & Express 4:35 a.m. 4:45 a. in.
WESTBOUND.
Arrive. Depart.
No. 1, Portland Spe
cial 0 :00 n. m. 0:10 a.m.
No. 5, Mall aud Ex-
press 12:25 a. m. 12:30 a. m.
SPOKANE DIVISION.
Arrive. Depart.
No. 7, Pendleton Pas
senger 5 :3o p. m.
No. S, Spokane Pas
senger u ;iu.a. m.
WALLA WALLA BRANCH.
Arrive. Depart.
No. 41, Mixed train, 1:30 p.m.
No. 42, Mixed train 5 :50 p. m.
No. 7 connects with No. 2.
No. 42 connects with No. 2.
OCEAN AND RIVER SCHEDULE
FROM PORTLAND.
All sailing dates subject to change.
For San Francisco every tlvo days.
SNAKE RIVER.
Itlpartu to Lewlstou Leave Rlparla
dally, except Saturday. 4 :05 n. in.
Leave Lewlstou dally, except Friday,
7:00 a. m.
E. C. SMITH, Agent, Pendleton.
Washington &
Columbia River
Railroad
TAKE THIS ROUTE FOR
Chicago,, St. Paul, St. Louis, Kansas
City, St. Joseph, Omaha and
ALL POINTS EAS-I AND SOUTH
Portland and Points
on the Sound ....
F. 8. MERRILL. SPOKANE, WASH.,
Agent, Densmore. Secondhand ma
chines, supplies and reimtrs.
SEE YOU "UNCLE" WHEN YOU WANT
money. We make loans on personal
property. T. H, Gurdaln, Pawn Broker,
Mllarkey building, Court street.
WM. F. YOHN'KA WILL PAY PROMPT
attention to all sales and posting bills.
Correspondence solicited. Commission rea
sonable. P, O. 'Box 2IU, Pendleton.
DRESSMAKING, CUTi 1NO AND VIT
ting a specialty. Prompt work. Satis
faction guaranteed. Miss It. Whitley,
012 Main street.
PENDLETON STEAM DYE WORKS
730 Cottonwood street. Cleaning, dying
and repairing. Goods called for and de
livered. 'Phone, main 101)1.
HOI'S E-CLEAN 1 NO BY THE JAPANESE
House-Cleaning Co. Work done by th
day, hour or job. Window cleaning a
specialty. Prompt service at low price.
U04 Garden street. 'Phone Main 1171.
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want to subscribe to magazines or news
papers In the United States or Europe,
remit by postal note, check or send to
the EAST OREGONIAN the net pub
lisher's pi Ire of the publication vou de
tire, and we will hare It tent you aud
assumt all the rltk of the money being
lost lu the malls. It will save you both
trouble and risk. If you are a subscriber
to the EAST OREGONIAN In remitting
you can deduct 10 per cent from the pub
lisher's price. Address EAST ORE
GONIAN .PUB.. CO., r-endleton. Oregon.
Salt's SmtMpsia Cifsules
A POSITIVE CURE
Vor InflunmaltAn ar fltlarrh
of las BlAdilor wd SUewsd
Klduys. No can BO pay.
Carta qultkly mi Wnu
ucaUy lha worst eaus of
tviauarrhoea ud Uleot,
no matttrof bow loug Unit
ing. Absolutely ssraiUM.
Bold iiy draggUtj. frioe
li.oo, or by mu, pottMld,
lt.00, 9 bout ( vtor
THE MIITAl-PIPMN CO.,
StLEPOMTAINS. OHIO.
by F. W. Schmidt & Co.
SoIrT
MEN AND WOMEN.
Cm Blf for oDDitorti
d!-brgi.luiUiiimatlpof,
IrrllstloiJ or riursuout
o mucous lutubrspsi
Pilalcu. tad cot iUU
IVCCMiCJilCo. goat or wUoous. ,
ICmOIIKATLO.jHi s.woySijs
or pcbi m iiwio mnyrv.
if. oo, or bottle, i.V$.
Sroulr ot uu riui.
tsasrla (VuLa1nn
KntscEi
nnllv Ir.uriinl found-
od In 1844, has been bought by John
C. Eastman, who has been business
manager of Hearst s unicngo aiuoi
lean over since It staged, In August,
1000. He will malio an Independent
papor of it It has hitherto boon
republican.
MANHOOD RESTORED "cupidehe-
Ti,i ureal Verctabto Vltallier, the preacrh'tltm of a fumous Fieoen pbTdolan. wig
qulci.lfcui6ou of oHrervouiiordikeuMsciriuoKuoemiiveorKaai.ucuiw
iiuod. lusuuiiit . I'ulu" lu the Jluek. Heuiiiim i.dii..i m.,.iiriiiii "rniin
K.H.a'"rbi"a
baLlduoM. liriMt
oeiJaiisB""""'." -.'Vi.i i..i.iimnniiil. A virlltensiianinwwKlvOD
Sold by Tallman
DdlUltebllmonlali.
Il lMi tHh, Kuii I niucUev, Cul.
& Co., Drurjnl sts.
nr ro.wtiti.. 'ian opera , ou. for ft ce clro-iUr "
ii- 1111 ri'ji eui 11 v"'i"-.'i1: i. .r r.-.- t... j..t
A-'"' - IVUli nf.u
TIME CARD.
Arrive at Pendleton Monday, Wed
nesday and Friday, 1:45 p. m.
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday,
11:45 a. m.
Leave Pendleton, 7 p. m.
Leave Walla Walla dally, eastbound,
11 :(o p. m.
Arrive Walla Walla dally, westbound
10:4.' a. m.
For Information regarding rates and
accommodations, call on or auuress
W. ADAMS, Agent.
Pendletou, Oregon
S, B, CALDERHEAD. G. P. A.,
Walla Walla, Washington.
(CP)
RUNS PULLMAN SLEEPING CARS
ELEGANT DINING CARS
TOURIST 8LEEPING CAR8
ST. PAUL
MINNEAPOLIS
DULUTH
FAHGO
TO GRAND FORKS
CIIOOK8TON
WINNKI'EG
HELENA and
IJUTTE.
THROUGH TICKET8 TO
CHICAGO
WASHING i'ON
PHILADELPHIA
NEW YOKK
IIOSTON
And all points East and South.
Through ticket tq Japan and China,
via Tacoma and Northern 1'aclflc Steam
ship Co. and American line.
HOTELS.
HOTEL
PENDLETON
VAN DRAN DROS., PROPRIETORS,
The Best Hotel in Pendletou
and as good as any.
The Hotel Pondlcton has Just beon
refitted and refurnished throughout.
'Phono nnd tiro alarm connections
with all rooms, Hatha In suites nnd
single rooms,
Headquarters for traveling Men
Commodious Sample Rooms.
Rates $2 00 and $2.50
Special rates by week or month.
Excellent Cuisine.
Prompt Dining Room Sorvlco.
Bar and Billiard Room In Connection
Only Three Blocks From Depot.
Hotel St. George
GEO. DARVEAU, PROPRIETOR.
European plan. Everything first
class. Accommodations tho best. All
modem conveniences. Stenm heat
throughout. Rooms en-sulto with
bath. Large, now snmplo. rooms. Tho
Hotel St. George is pronounced ono
of the most modern nnd model hotels
of Oregon, 'Phono nnd lire alarm
connections to olllco In all rooms.
Rooms 50c to $1.50.
CORNER MAIM AND WEBB 8T8.
Block and a half from depot.
THE
Hotel Bickers
(Formoily .Goldon Rulo.)
COURT STREET. I
TIME 8CHEDULE.
Trains leave Pendleton dally except
Sunday, at 7:00 p. m.
For further Information, time cards,
wuw and tickets, call on or write Vf.
Adams, Pendleton, Oregon, or
A. U. CHARLTON,
Third and Morrison, Sts., Portland, Or.
' ;"') i 1 i in i j 1 11 1 ;
DELIGHTFUL ROUTE
AVLIOHT RIDES
IZZY CRAGS
EEh CANYONS
A Golden Opportunity
See nature, In all her glorious
beauty, and then the acme of
man's handiwork, Tho first
is found along the lino of
tho DENVER & RIO
GRANDE RAILROAD, tho lat
Jatter at tho St. Louis
World's Fair, Your trip will
be ono of pleasure make
tho most of It, For Informa
tion and Illustrated litera
ture write
W. C. M'BRIDE, General Agent,
Portland, Oregon.
Remodeled and refurnished through
out, Everything noat, clean and up-to-date,
Steam heat and electric
lights. Rest cu'lsino. Prompt service.
H. E. BICKER8, PROPRIETOR.
THE PORTLAND
PORTLAND, OREGON.
American plan, 3 per day and upward.
Headquarters for tourist and commercial
travelers. Hpeclal rates mails to famil
ies and single gentlemen. The manage
ment will be pleased at all times to show
room and give prices. A modern Turk
ish bath establishment In the hotel.
II, C, IIOWERH, Manager,
I The French i
i Restaurant 1
Best 25 Cent Meal In the City
Private Dining Parlors,
Elegant Furnished Rooms In
Connection,
GUS LaFONTAING, Prop.
033 Main Street.