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PACE SEVEN.
DAILY EAST OREQONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY, APrt . 14, 1004.
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GTHE EXCHANGES
hp THE INLAND EMPIRE
.... Idaho.
lf"S , J .fold, who Is here
I' dfA cv nlnR conditions in
losdr e ?T.,,..p were very
aL-tlon or " ,,,i March
lrtory IT in fine condition for
Ee PPJ" ... taking ad-
f'7, e p e-nt fine weather
F w tl e great IKe wana
soon on tne m , -.i8ton.
lilon proJ' . ,invfi i,t were
bd met ' me th0
H ' Lun tered The project,
Id) wfTSin the outlay
KffTargeano";t of money.
I vfIT large a 0
lf ?2?s . ' a. ,w the nro-
fewest uc ..... nrtnnted to
n'If-'X'cho Ce fruits,
IT The ' Ie peche. etc. Flvo
Li off 000 acres of land could
K "be n,ost valuable crop
prorea iur locality.
!,h ua nuis an" " ------on
U.e.an,.. the senator
li has ueen
'. . .,.! nnllld lie Dro
ll tMl inwe , ;.:
1 . a. In that InrnlltV.
rcr. nnnirt lip crown
E'lblr cru, w
hp lands under the canal system,
ft would commaiiu
bus return large profits to those
t3ting m tne irriK""""
, statesman.
ni,r Sheeomen Happy.
liles A Lee. the sheepman and.
woolshipper m iwi" " I
that the late spring which Is 30
... .i .ill hnfo a anlpn .
ftj ixhino ume i" "-- - -;-
elect upon all tne hocks m
n...nn nml the bountiful supply
Iwter now pouring down the hills
every sl'e will insure goon p"
L ' into the summer. Year-
la this summer will be stronger
i fatter and bring better prices
m ever before. Lambing is now at
height and the Increase In the
,-ls promises to be very large..
Wool this year will be of much finer
quality and cleaner than last, year
because the sheep will not bavo to
run In dust so long before shearing
time which' this year will bo about
May 25th In this county. There Is
rejoicing all through this district
amongst the sheepmen.
Two or three days ago Frank Ben
nett soiu his wool loft from last
year's crop for 17 cents In Philadel
phia. This Is an Indication that
prices this year will go higher. Da
ker City Democrat.
Making Haste Slowly.
Because of the flood In Powder
river; because of the prognosticated
long wet spell; because the city coun
cil allows It, the beautiful bronze
drinking fountain, the Installation of
which was begun a couple of weeks
ago at tho Intersection of Front and
Court street, lies dismantled and
forlorn looking In the middle of the
street, beside a heap of refuse and
dirt from a nearby excavation. The
fountain was presented to the city
by the Citizens' League, and Its In
stallation was commenced with pomp
and circumstance.
After connections bad been made
with the water main and sewer, work
was suspended and the fountain Is
exposed to danger of being wrecked
by some runaway team. Horses shy
at It and -men wonder why the work
has been delayed.
The fountain (when erected) will
be surmounted by a big electric light.
Baker City Democrat.
1
County Roads Impassable.
James Donegan,' a business man of
Burns, who reached Baker City last
evening by stage from Burns to at
tend the republican congressional
convention at Portland, states that
the roads were never worse than now
In the interior. He said that they
had to walk, stage It and sled it. At
many places the horses could not
travel with a load and at one point
the four horses were thrown Into the
sloughs In the road In a heap and It
took several hours to release them.
He reports the trip and the roads the
worst experienced. Baker City Herald.'
BUSINESS CARDS, SOCIETIES
PROFESSIONS AND TRADES
TRANSPORTATION LINES.
PHYSICIANS.
DR. V. O. COI.B, OFFICE IN JUDD
building. Office hours, 10 to 12 . m. ;
1 to 5 p. m. Telephones: Office main
1371 ; residence, main 1381.
J. I MILL, Kit, M. D. DESPA1N BLOCK.
Treats and corrects eye troubles, ca
tarrhal conditions and Impaired hearing.
Glasses correctly fitted for refractive er
rors. Telephone, main 1011.
DKS. SMITH & RINGO, OFFICE OVBR
the Pendleton Savings Hank. Tele
phone 801 ; residence telephone, main
1S01.
H. 8. OARKIELD. M. IX IIOMKOPATUIC
physician and surgeon. Office In J mid
building. Telephones: Office, black 1411;
residence, black 24.
DK. D. J. M'PATJI., JUDD RI.OCK. TELE
phone, main 931 ; residence, black 101.
dr. t. m. Henderson, physician
and surgeon. Office In Savings Hank
building, room 1. Office 'phone, main
1411; residence, red 122.1.
Dtt. LYNN K. Itt.AKESI.EE, CHKONIC
and nervous diseases and diseases of
women. Judd .building, corner Main and
Court streets. Office 'phone, main 721 ;
Reald;nce, Ked 1153. X-ray and Ulcraputlcs.
ATTORNEYS.
HKAN & PERRY, ATTORNEYS AT I,MV.
Office over Taylor' Hardware store,
Pendleton, Oregon.
mm,
JAMES A. FEE, LAW OFFICE IN JUDD
building.
1IA1LKY & LOWELL, ATTORNEYS AT
law. Office In Despaln block.
1IALLERAY & M'COURT, LAWYERS, AS
soclatlon building.
CARTER HALEY, ATTORNEYS AT
law, office In Savings Hank building.
N. 11ERKELKY, ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office In Savings Hank building.
WINTER A COLLIKR, LAWYKKS, OFFICE
Uoomi 7 and Association building
AARON TURNER A K I). BOYD, ATTORNEYS
at law. Ill Court Sttcet.
STILLMAN 4 PIERCE, ATTORNEYS AT
law. Mr. Stlllmau has been adtulttet!
to practice In United States patent 01
Uces, and makes a specialty of patent law.
Rooms 10, 11, 12 and 13, Association
block.
DR. LENA ALLEN HOONE, OSTEOPATH.
Residence, Thompson street, between
Court and Water streets. 'Phone, black
1024. Nervous diseases a specialty.
OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN DR. L.
Francis Thompson, graduate of A. T.
Still school, Kliksrllle. Mo.: office at
Nye's residence, .102 Water street : 'phone
lied 54 ; Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
A. H. MARTIN, M. D., DKSP.UN ULOCK,
Court street, over Koeppen's drug store.
Special attention to skin diseases.
IET
REVIEWED
Hot weather cuts
DOWN STOCK SALES.
Large Consignment of Hogs Received
From Eastern Oregon Prices Re
ir.ain Firm Despite, the Stow De.
mind Very Few Sheep 'on the
Portland Market.
I
I
Portland Union Stockyards, April
It The hot weather Is hurting the
pmand for livestock and everything,
Bspwlally hogs, are weaker. Ke
teip'.s consisted today of 501 hogs.
F rat'te 61 sneep and 38 horses.
Eli official ruling prices now are:
Cattle Best Eastern Oregon steers
15485.65- best valley steers. $3.-
pei.25 medium steers, $3.G02.75;
Wt, J3.5O03.75, bulls, J2.7oft'3.ij;
bass, 13.2563.50.
Hogs-Best heavy JC.50; block, $6;
3iina fats, 16, stackers and feeders.
Sheep Best grain-fed wethers and
lUmta, H.50, mixed sheep, 3.254.
RETAIL GROCERY PRICES.
Pnffaa V..L. .
.uuciitt ana java, pest, 4UC
Pll-. neit grade 35c per lb; lower
states coffee. I5c to 15c per lb.;
Pi codes, 20c per lb
I"-oi neau rice, 15c per lb.;
pade, I2fee per lb.
!"4-t,ane granulated, best G.!0
l!1. do 13 pounds $1.
kiw 5per barrel;
1 i" uunci, per
Ba4.ne22t4c.
a-n22Hc ,
Coal flll-ilKK r -
Wean. ' " u 5an. .3a
P.pi ClfSlltS
"fwmvE Kmc
Lard 70c 5 pounds; $1.40 10
lounds.
S'tocksalt $1.00 sack, $10 ton.
VEGETABLES.
Carrots, 2c psr lb.
Parsnips, 10 lbs 25c.
Potatoes, lc per lb.
Garlic, 10c per lb.
Cabbage, 4c per lb.
Onions, Gc per lb.
Radishes, 5c per bunch.
Green onions, 5s per bunch, 3 for
10.
Walla Walla spinach, 5c per lb.
Celery, 10c bunch, 3 bunches 25c.
Lettuce, hothouse, 5c bunch.
Pie plant. 10c lb.
Turnips, 5c bunch.
Asparagus, 150200 lb.
Popcorn, shelled, 10c lb, 3 for 25.
FRUITS.
Bananas, 40c dozen.
Apples, $1 per box.
Lemons, 40c dozen.
Oranges, 4050c do?en.
Cum salaklr
mbu7 u woni mm. ,
tiiZL?.-Jinl ? of
UBattfrofhowtdacstul.'
AUolatolv (Tanalm.
THI Xltrrf f.iccu,u m
- "y r. W. Schmidt & Co.
MEN AND WOMEN.
. C BlsO tor snaatanl
IrntttaftT.TS-. "lolm, Dd sot um
I sillies
' ClnittUr teat,
Th no .
Ionlviw ,VliSBIO STAFF
tef J" Bronte. Pri-
te7lir,VMn iliUH T .hi. en,., Impotence
.r Wa'rVlaVu,rVa.t C.U
Safe, ieUaMrnU Wanted. 1
Kanaaa nP,'..P'?rraacy. Lock
., rfuuieton.
LIVESTOCK AND POULTRY.
The following prices are paid by
dealers to the producer;
Turkeys, 1214c.
Chickens, hens, 8c; $304 per doz
en; roosters, 4Cc.
Geese, per dozen, $9.
Ducks, per dozen, $3.5004.
Butter, 6075c, good.
Eggs, fresh, 12M:C.
CHOICE BEEF CATTLE, ETC.
Steers, $3.2503.85.
Cows, $2.502.85.
Hogs, live, 66C.
Hogs, dressed, GV&07C
Veal, dressed, C07c
Sheep, $22.50.
HAY AND FEED.
Chop barley, $22.50 per ton; lic
per lb.
Chopped wheat, 1.40 per 100.
Bran, GOc per sack.
Shorts, $1 per sack.
Oats, lc per 1 .
Alfalfa, loose, $13 per ton.
Wheat, loose. $13 per ton.
Timothy, baled, per tpn $20,
BAKER CITY FLOOD SWEPT.
Bridges Lashed to Tree to Prevent
Them From Waahlng Away.
Baker City. April 14. Baker City
Is threatened with the most ulsas
trous flood Jn her history. The
water Is already rising Into tne
buildings along tho river banks In
the city and the bridges at tho vari
ous street crossings are tottering
against the heavy currents sweeping
by.
Men under the orders or street
Commissioner Merwln are stationed
at the various bridges In the city
spanning the turbid river, working
with might and main to save them
from being washed away.
Some of the bridges nave been
lashed to trees, others have been
ballasted with heavy boulders and
the street commissioner was this
morning preparing to tear down the
bridge at Campbell street and carry
It to dry and where it migni ue
saved from tho flood.
Tho rilil lr.nl- til V'lmll VOHtOlf retlOrt'
ed a fleet of Japaneso torpedo boats
coming, and tremendous excitement
and preparations for a fight prevail
ed until the intruders wuru lueiuim-u
as a shoal of whales.
I know something better than the
usefulness of piety It Is tho piety
of usefulness.
BANKS AND BROKERS.
FIRST NATIONAL 1'ANK OF ATHHNA.
Oregon. Capital, $30,C00: surplus and
profits, $l'J,r,OO.O0. Interest on time de
posits. Deals In foreign and domestic
exchange. Collections promptly attended
to. uenry J. Adams, president ; T. J
Kirk, vice-president: P. S. I.eOirow, cash
ier: I. M. Kemp, assistant cashier.
THE FARMURS' RANK OF WESTON,
Weston, Oregon. Does a general bank
ing business. Exchange bought and sold.
Collections promptly attended to. R.
Jameson, president ; George W. Proehstel,
vice-president; J. R. Kllgore. cashier: di
rectors, G. A. Hartman. M M. Jones, T.
J. Trice. G. D. Graw, J. r Kllgore. Rob
ert Jameson, G. W. Proebstel.
THE PENDLETON SAVINGS RANK.
Pendleton. Oregon. Organized March 1,
1SS!. Capital. $100.0(10: surplus, S7.V
000: 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.
FIRST NATIONAL RANK OF I'ENDLE
ton. Capital, $70,000 -, surplus and un
divided proms. $100,000. Transacts a
general banking business. Exchange
and telegraphic transfers sold on Chica
go. San Francisco. New Yoik and pilucl
pal points In the NoHbwest Drafts drawn
on China, Japan and Europe. Makes col
lections on reasonable terms. Levi An
keny, president: W. P. Matlock, vice
president; G. M. Rice, cashier; George
Hartman, Jr., assistant cashier.
DENTISTS.
DR. M. S. KERN. DENTAL SURGEON.
Office, room IS, Judd bulldlug
E. A. VAUGHAN, DENTIST. OFFICE IN
Judd building. Thone. red nil.
ARCHITECTS AND BUILDERS.
C. K. TROL'TMAN, ARCHITECT AND
Superintendent, room FJ Judd block,
Pendleton, Oregon.
T. F. HOWARD, ARCHITECT AND Su
perintendent. Makes complete and re
liable plans for buIldlDgs In the city or
country. Room 17, Judd building.
SHEEK & COLE, CONTRACTORS AND
builders. Estimates furnished on short
notice. Job work a specialty. Prompt
service. Shop on Illuff street, near Main.
D. A. MAY, CONTRACTOR AND ItUILD
er. Estimates furnished on all kinds
of masonry, cement walks, stone walls,
etc. Leave ordeis at East Oregonlan office.
T. M. KELLER, PLASTERING AND fo
menting. Cement walks a specialty.
Estimates furnished free. Work guaran
tred. Leave orders at I'.adley 4 Zcbners
cigar store, Malu street. P. O. box 104.
LIVERY AND FEED STABLES,
TELEPHONE LIVERY STA11LE. COURT
Street, opposite court houhe. Rowers 4
Son, proprietors. Always good turnouts.
Public scales. 'I'none, main SMI.
OLD DUTCH HENRY FEED YARD,
Corner West Alia ano i.iihu im.
8. A. Alloway, proprietor. Large com-
fnrtal.U alalia IMontV (it feed. HorSFS
given careful attention,
COMMERCIAL STA ISLES, O. M. KROOMF.
proprietor. Fine horses, good rigs,
best care glvea transient stock. Opp.
Hotel Pendleton. Thone, main 161.
CITY LIVERY 8TAHLE. ALT A STREET,
Carney & Kennedy, Props., livery, feed
and sales stable. Good rigs at all times.
Cab line In connection. '1'bone. main 701.
VETERINARY SURGEONS.
VETERINARY SURGEON DR. D. C
McNubb. Office at Tallmana drug
store.
BOARDING AND LODGING.
HOTEL ALTA, CORNER ALTA AND
Mill streets. Hoard by the day or week.
Good table set. Rates, $.i.7S and U.i 5
per week. Mrs. L. Neff, Prop. Pendleton
Feed Yard In connection, I Ieff, proprietor.
ATHENA HOTEL, LEADING HOTEL IN
,i, liv ft (10 to $1.50 tier day, II. I.
Mlllen, proprietor.
WHEN YOUR HL'SINESS TAKI3H YOU
to Helix, stop at the Hotel Helix, (.ood
meals and good servile. '1. II. Wimpy,
proprietor.
COTTAGE IIOIKL WHKNYOUOOJO VISA.
lilla stop at the Cottage Hotel ; white help,
home cooking, everything neat and clean
Mrs. James O'Connell. Prop.
FRATERNAL ORDERS.
It. P. O. ELKS, PENDLETON LODGE.
No. 28S. Regular meetings first and
third Thursdays of each month. All
brothers visiting In the city most cordi
ally Invited to attend. Hall In LaDow
block. Court street. G. A. Hartman, Sr.,
E. li. ; C. E. llean, secretary,
MEN'S RESORT YOU ARE INVITED.
Free reading room. Why not Join and
get the advantage of free bath, use of
punching bag und other equipments, In
cluding llbrury and rending room. Terms
$1.00 to join ana f0c a month dues.
INSURANCE AND LAND BUSINESS
HARTMAN ABSTRACT CO. MAKES
reliable abstracts of title to all lands
In Umatilla county. Loans on city and
farm property. Ituys and sells all kinds
of real estate. Does a general brokerage
business. Pays taxes and makes invest
ments for non-residents. Reference, nuy
bank In Pendleton.
G. A. HARTMAN, Pres.
Q, A. HARTMAN, JR., Vice Pres.
J. M. I1ENTLEY REPRESENTS THE
oldest and most reliable Ore and accl
dent Insurance companies. Office with
Hartman Abstract Co.
JOHN HAILEY, JR., U. S. LAND COM
mlssloner. Specialty made of land til
ings and proof. Insurance and collec
tion'). Office In Judd building, room 1(1.
SECOND-HAND DEALERS.
V. STRORLE, DEALER IN SECOND
hand goods. If there Is anything you
need In new end second-baud furniture,
stoves, graulteware and crockery, call and
get bis 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 door. Call at East Oregonlan
ofllce.
FOR RENT GOOD FRONT ROOM,
suitable for two gentlemen or two la
dles. Call at 010 Willow atreet.
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOM FOR GEN.
tleman; centrally located. 312 8. Main street.
for rent-Neatly furnished iiofsk.
keeping rooms. 312 8. Main Street.
WANTED.
WANTED-TO do skwino by the day,
Miss Olive Tryon,301 Thompson Street.
WANTED YOUR ORERS FOR EN.
graved cards, wedding Invitations, etc. ;
10') engraved visiting cards with plate.
Jl.r.0; additional cards In future, $1 per
hundred. The East Oregonlan.
WANTED ADVERTISERS TO MAKE
use of these classified columns. If you
have something you have no use for, offer
to trade It for something that some other
body may have aud 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 and vehicle
and want the horse. ISc or 20c want ad
will probably do the business.
LOST AND FOUND.
FOl'ND A LADY'S WHEEL, BTEKLINO MAKE
Lm beeu found hr the pollie and Is now at the
office of the City Mrli.l on Alta strset. Any
person buvlnr loit such a wheal can secure the
sins by coming to the oOlce, provlug property
and paying charges.
MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR 8U.E- KRKSII MILCH COW. INO.UIHK
:lli Cottage s-rset.
EXPRESS WAGON HILLY LEATHERS,
express and light hauling of alt kinds.
Wagons at your service day and night.
Telephone malu 101 or call at the Com
mercial Stables, opp. postofflce.
SINGER HEWING MACHINK OFFICE,
000 College atreet. Repairs for all ma
chines. P. A, Lovetang, manager.
HEWER CONTRACTORS REED A LAP
ler make connections with tjie sewer for
business -houses and private residences.
Terms reasonable. Leave order at T. C
Taylor's Hardware store.
P. H. MERRILL, SPOKANE. WAHIL,
Agent, Densmore. Second-band ma
chines', supplies and repairs.
HEE YOU "UNCLE" WHEN YOU WANT
money. We make loans on personal
property. T, II. Gurdalo, Pawn llroker,
Mllarkey building, Court street,
WM. F. YOIINKA WILL PAY PEOMIT
attention to all sales and posting bills.
Correspondence solicited. Commission rea
soriable. P. O. Hoi 2110. Pendleton.
DRESSMAKING. CUT 4 1 NO AND PIT
ting a specialty. Prompt work. Satis
faction guaranteed. Miss R. Whitley,
012 Main street,
PENDLETON STEAM DYE WORKS
730 Cottonwood street, Cleaning, dying
aud repairing. Goods called for and de
livered. 'Phone, main J DDI,
HOUSE-CLEANING BY THE JAPANESE
House-Cleaning Co. Work done by the
day, hour or job. Window clvaulug a
specialty Prompt service at low prices.
IXH Garden street 'Phone Mala 1171.
, . u w I 1 j 11 II' I I 111111 lijui 1
', rrlu-rt-ita tuoLiav, Cunleli
Mnrmoil OlehOPS Pills lie" Um In ovr W by lUo IriMitntol tui M',rjoi.
U , i t .to 1 l,u in. iv juvciy iiiijia worti ciw, iu oi'i luia younv autifiu iron.
i, rum.
V Its ' '
ImOOtenCV, UOtl ruwer, nil,lli-JIII i,tirniu,urrni inauinnmi
In iincu. ,ll Coslrcs, Seminal emissions, Lama Bhok. Nervous Debility,
HnBtftcAe, Untttness to Marry, Loay of Semen, yum Varicocele, or Con
otionton. stops HromuturenefiBOtops Nervr grf V out Twitching; of.
r.SlJ- li'." ' ""Vail Vigor u4 PXrM latency to rjr lua)
h . I.T"f r ile-Mndrr.t,rrreUtlini.Ketoraauul, sriff uudevelop! orirauf.
. in!" ..ciil . wouo.lirJ.Wbyiall. Arlf 1 1 UiisuurautM.tocuraof,
' address. BIshoD Remedy Co.. Ban Francisco. CaU
Sold by THman & Co., Druggists.
OREGON
ShojtLine
xa Uwion Pacific
TWO TRAINS TO THE EAST
DAILY.
Through Pullman standard and Tourist
Sleepers dally to Omaha and Chicago:
tourist sleeper dally to Kansas City;
through Pullman tourist sleeping cars,
ftiersouallv conducted) weeklr to Cftl.
cngo: reclining chair cars (seats free) to
the East dally.
TIME SCHEDULE FROM PENDLE
TON. UASTUOUND.
Arrive, Depart.
No. 2, Chicago Special . :.13 p. m. 5 :43 p. m.
No. (I, Mall & Express 4 ::1S a. m, 4 ;4o a. m.
WESTltOUND.
Arrive. Depart.
No. 1, Portland Spe
cial 0:00 a.m. 0:10a.m.
No. r, Mull and Ex
press 12:25 a. m. 12:30 a. m.
SPOKANE DIVISION.
Arrive. Depart.
No. 7, Pendleton Pas-
seuger ft :;i."i p. m.
No. S. Spokane Pas.
senger 0:10 a.m.
WALLA WALLA 11RANCH.
Arrive. Depart.
No. 41. Mixed train, 1:30 p. m.
No. 42, Mixed train C :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 live days.
SNAKE RIVER.
Hlparla to I.ewtston Leave Rtparln
dally, except Saturduy, 4 :0," a. m.
Leave I.enislou 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 EASl AND SOUTH.
Portland and Points
on the Sound ....
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, easthound,
1 1 :00 p. in.
Arrive Wallii Wnlla dally, westbound,
10:45 u, ni.
For Information regarding rates and
accommodations, cull on or address
W. ADAMS. Agent,
Pendleton, Oregon.
S. II. CALDERHEAD. G. P. A.,
Walla Walla, Washington.
RUNS PULLMAN SLEEPING CARS
ELEGANT DINING CARS
TOURIST SLEEPING CARS
ST. PAUL,
M1NNUAPOLIS
DULUTH
KAliab
TO GRAND FORKS
CHOOK8TON
WINNKPEa
HKLKN'A and
UUTTBi
THROUGH TICKETS TO
CHICAGO
WASHING i ON i
PHILADELPHIA
NEW YORK "
I108TON
And all points East and South.
Through ticked to Japan and Cuius,
via Taroma ana rxortuern racinc riteam
ship Co. aud Ameilcau Hue.
TIME 8CHEDULE.
Trains leave Pendleton dally except
Sunday, at 7:00 p. m,
For further Information, time cards,
maps and tickets, call on or write W,
Adams, Pendleton, Oregou, or
A. D. CHARLTON,
Third and Morrison, Hts., Portland, Or
D
I3LIOHTPUL ROUTE
AYLIOHT HIDES
IZZY CRAOS
EEI CANYONS
A Golden Opportunity
See nature, In all hor glorious
beauty, and then tho acnio of
man's handiwork, Tlio first
Is found along tho lino of
the UENVUIl & IUO
GRANDE RAILROAD, tho lat
latter at the St. Louis
World's Fair. Your trip will
ho ono of pleasuro malto
the most of It. For informa
tion and Illustrated Iltora
turo write
W. C. M'BRIDE, General Agent,
Portland, Oregon.
HOTELS.
HOTEL
PENDLETON
VAN DRAN BROS., PROPRIETORS.
The Best Hotel In Pendleton
and as good at any.
Tho Hotol Pomlloton has Just been
rollttod ami refurnished throughouL
Phono mid tiro alarm connections
with all rooms. Il.it lm In suites and
slnglo rooms.
Headquarters for Traveling Men
Commodious Sample- Room.
Rates $2 00 and $2.50
Special ralos by weok or month.
Excellent Culslnu.
Prompt Dining Room Sorvlce.
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
modern conveniences. Steam boat
throughout, Rooms cn-sulto 'vlth
bath. Largo, now wimple rooms. Tho
Hotel St. George Is pronounced one
of the most modern and model hotols
of Orogon. 'Phono and firo alarm
connectlonH to oillco lu all rooms.
Rooms 50c to $1.50.
CORNER MAIN AND WEBB ST8.
Block and a half from depot.
THE
Hotel Bickers
(Formorty Oolden Ihilo.) tfl
" i COURT STREET
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Remodeled and rofurulshed throU.'i
out. Everything neat, clean and up-to-date.
Steam heat and olectrlo
lights. Best cuisine. Prompt oervlcu.
H, E, BICKER8, PROPRIETOR.
THE PORTLAND
PORTLAND, OREGON.
American plan, $3 per day and upward.
Headquarters for tourists and commercial
travelers. Special rates mad to famil
ies and single gentlemen. The msnsgs
ment will he pleased at all times to show
rooms and give prices. A modern Turk
Isli hath establishment In the hotel.
II. C. ROWERS, manager.
The French j
! Restaurant I
Best 25 Cent Meal In the City
J Private Dining Parlors. S
; Eleyant Furnished Room In J
Connection. '
GUS LaPONTAING, Prop.
C3q Main Street. J
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