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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, FRIDAY, APRIL 15, 1904.
PAGE SEVEN.
PAGES.
HOTEL8.
LroNG THE EXCHANGES
p THE IJNJ-aim.u niviriKii ;
prospective to the Washington Trust
company of Seattle, Wash., for $5,
000,000, tho trust company, accord
ing to the terms ot the mortgage,
agreeing to guarantee the payment
or the $5,000,000 bonds ot tho rail
road company and Interest at tho
rate of 5 -per cent payable seml-an-
. .he city council to cs- nually.
r asking tnc , mireftu. According to the terms of the
a V .inn denounced tne em- iraHsb """"n n.u-
i-nt Enc ,..,. were fleec- railroad from a point on the Colum
bia river near The Dalles, In Ore
gon, to San Francisco, In California,
and also to extend Its lines north
ward from The Dalles Into the state
of Washington. Times-Mountain-oer.
War on Jne loynient
,ST Htv was declared by
l ,he.f .7 Its meeting
.J, rOUUVH . l.,,lntl
Pu To this end a resume..
K Islv adopted asking tnc
ItjnlniouslJ I licenses
tlL ...in n.ent agencies and
declaring that they
lt'lfe objections Is being
1'. ,ne ,r,iinir to trades
,ttiy, . ,." f,mi0yment
I'1 been accepting money
l:M Me..?IV.V .hnm lobs on
(0 iuii"
jobs
When the
".' ,. , ...Iclnn
there "le.v ,
,n. n.,L. nr were given
- ,lnv nnd ills-
hair nuj i"
Walla Walla Trees to Canada.
C. L. Whitney, proprietor of the
Northwestern nursery, yesterday re
ceived an order for a shlnment of
t imlon also cited reports 2,000 fruit trees to J. W. McCullam,
r resolui -n.te ilnve n lnrif nrchnrdlst nt Salmon Arm
C. Tho shipment will be made
early next week. The season In
that section of the country to which
the trees are going Is several weeks
1 1 inter man in wus locality, it neavy
rlde down snow still covering tho country at
I for a i
w,u, u". "r sondes have
ine f. i,ncpS 11.
artlng as ',; " I '",
fame- i,0Kl MUtt"
For Stea..ng Sheep.
I,.,v Sheriff Attains
Grimmctt wok
river on a "
Men had been
and i
hunt" foruhe present time.
stolen from I Two years ngo Mr. Whitney sold
uindman and supposed to bo a large order of fruit trees from his
H ... .1... lelanftc ho. . n u t-eorv tr tho P-nrl nf Ahflrrtflnn nv.
H- on some tu " - .,
rau-nrHnd nv I rrivprnnr ppnprnl of Pnnntln. which.
1-1 .1 artA l,o..n
.9 fcnor! nn one 1SIUUU,
, j I. n.liirlnl thp al-
socceeaeu w ii o --
thief, John Aciams. uuiu
Itch and several ncatt oi camu
Olds' Ferry it is au
' n, tiio rIipph from the
grown so thrifty that he has
received many orders from others of
that section". Walla Walla I'nlon.
BUSINESS CARDS, SOCIETIES
PROFESSIONS AND TRADES
PHYSICIANS.
nn. v. o. cole, office in judd
building. Office hours, 10 to 1" a. m. ;
1 to D p. m. Telephones: Office main
1371 : residence, main 1381.
J. 1- Ml 1. 1. Kit, M. D. DESl'AIN BLOCK.
Treats and corrects eye troubles, ca
tarrhal conditions and Impaired hearing.
(Masses correctly fitted for refractive er
rors. Telephone, main 1011.
DltS. SMITH 4. niXGO. OKFICK OVKH
the Pendleton Savings Itank. Tele
phone 801 ; residence telephone, main
1501.
II. S. GAKKIBLD, M. D. HOMEOPATHIC
physician and surgeon. Office In Judd
building. Telephones: Office, black 1411;
residence, black 24.
DR. 1). J. MTAUL. Jt'DD HLOCK. TKLK
puone. main !)31 ; residence, black 101.
Dn. T. M. HKXDKItSON, PHYSICIAN
and surgeon. Office In RaTlngs Hank
building, room 1. Office 'phone, main
1411; residence, red 1223.
int. lynn ic. ni..Ki:si.i:i:, cuno.vio
nnd nervous tllscnse nnrt cllscncs of
women. Judd bttlUllug, enruer .Main anil
Court streets. Office 'phone, mnlii 721;
residence, red 11.1:1. X-ltnjs and Therapeutics."
FRATERNAL ORDERS.
11. P. O. P.I.KS, PENDt.KTON 1,01)0 K.
No. 2SS. Ilegular meetings first and
third Thursdays of each mouth. All
brothers visiting In the city most cordi
ally Invited to attend. Hall In Ijtl'ow
block, Court street. O, A. ltartman, Sr.,
E. It. ; C. K. llean, secretary.
MKN'S I1KSOKT YOU AUU INVITlll).
Free reading room. Why not join and
get the advantage of free bath, use ot
punching bag and other equipments. In
cluding library and reading room. Terms
$1.00 t J" Join anu &0c a mouth dues.
npi
. HOTEL
PENDLETON
VAN DRAN BROS., PROPRIETORS.
The Best Hotel In Pendleton
and as good as any.
INSURANCE AND LAND BUSINESS
IIAKTMAN AUSTltACT CO. MAKES
reliable abstracts of title to all lands
In Umatilla county. Loans on city and
farnf property. Iluys and sells all kinds
of real estate. Does a general brokerage
business. Pays taxes and makes Invest
ments for non-residents. Kefereuce, uny
bank In Pendleton.
a. A. IIAKTMAN, Pres.
U. A. IIAKTMAN. JK Vice Pres.
J. M. UENTLKY KEPKESKNTS THE
oldest nnd most reliable fire and acci
dent Insurance companies. Office with
Hartman Abstract Co.
I)K. LENA ALLEN IIOONE. OSTEOPATH.
Kesldence, Thompson street, between
Court and Water streets. 'Phone, black
1024. Nervous diseases a specialty.
JOHN IIAII.EY, Jit., U. 8. LAND COM-
lulsslouer. Specialty made of land fli
ngs and proof. Insurnnce and rollec-
ons. otrfee lu Jikkf btiiuung, room 10.
OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Dlt. L.
Francis Thompson, graduate of A. T.
Still school. Klrksvllle. Mo. ; office nt
Nye's residence. .102 Water street: 'phone
lied T4; Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday,
A. H. MARTIN, M. D.. DESPAI.V 11LOCK,
Court street, over Koeppen's drug store.
Special attention to skin diseases.
V. STKOI1LK, DEALEK . IN SECOND-
liuml goods. If there Is uuythlug you
need In new and secondhand furniture.
loves, granltenarc and crockery, call and
get his prices. No. 212 Court afreet.
Horses Frantic In a Fire.
Among the valuable horses which
. thc day before. Up to the were saved from me burning nam
of going to press Adams was or Frank Button at Hood Wver Sat
o in cive bonds and languishes ' unlay night was T. J. Seufert's fine
If rOUnt' jail. WeiSer SIKUUI. uhiiiib iiuibb, min i "C .uuuiai
seemed determined to lose his life
Road Will Be Built. and refused to budge, though burn-
Mrspst mortgage ever record-' Ing timbers fell all about Mr. But-
- ffasro county was filed In the ton Is a strong man and getting be-
r"; . i .... i. . 1. 1 .1 . i i.i . i .. i i.
an Instriimeni wnereuj mc -wim-n ujii-w mm uu uit iuci aim iiu
southern Railroad Co, pledged fairly stumbled out. The Dalles
' . .. . . r.l.-..llft
Its holdings W it presem I uiuiiiui.-,
riKST NATIONAL 1'ANK OF ATHENA.
Oregon. Capital, f ."O.COO ; surplus and
profits, J12,.00.00. Interest on time de
posits, lieats in roreign and domestic
exchange. Collections promptly attended
Henry C. Adams, presldeut T. J.
Cltk. vice-president ; F. S. I.eOrow, cash
ier; I. M. Kemp, assistant cabler.
REFORM
THE rAItMEItS' HANK OF WESTON,
Weston. Oregon. Does a general bank
ing business. Exchange bought and sold.
Collections promptly attended to. It.
Jameson, presldeut ; George . Proebstel,
Tlce-presldent : J. It. Kllgore. cashier ; ill-
rectors. . A. ltartman. m .m. Jones, r.
,t. Price. G. D. Graw. J. P Kllgore. Rob
ert Jameson, G. . Proebstel.
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CONGRESS DETERMINED
TO PASS UP TIMBER ACT.
THE PENDLETON SAVINGS RANK
Pendleton, Oregon. Organized March i,
S.S9. Canltal. $100,000: surplus, &o,-
000: Interest allowed on all time deposits.
ixrhnnce boucht and Bold on all pnu
Ipal points. . Special attention given to
collections. W. J. Furnish, president: J.
N. Tea I. vice-president . T J. .Morris,
cashier: J. w. Maloney. assmant casuier.
Large Stock Interests Desire Present
Laws "to Remain In Force In Order
to Secure Valuable Public Domain
Desert Land Law a Tool of Land
Grafters.
This Cap Label
I Is a guarantee of the purity
and richness of our
Economy
Brand
Evaporated
Cream
We offer
$5,000 reward
to anyone able to prove ,
adulteration
of our producL
REACHING THE SPOT.
Can Bt Done, So Scores of Pen
H'ton Citizens Say.
11 fat an achlm. wb
n!1"? of rheumatism.
I Yn iflings.
i iaun teach th,. o.
P caw. "
IS Ma..
Doari 1-ij!'8. l'le Uidneys-
1 I Brvnv-
srand
I'llls are for the
who lives on Sfar
"Doan's Kidney Pills
medlc.lnp a, f t-nMv
..t, ; huh i nave no hps.
f... "ckache or other k-l.lnpir irm,.
?, ,wno m rive them fi; ,;ri
fBlu T,fc,llan sa,8fle'l with tho
Fran Kltk ----- i nice ur lour
L. !.acute when I attemntP.d tn
a mj let. .J luau8m or lumbago
o nan that t
k ui&p it
but
raise it .i u lnBl 1 coula
Joairt l.m ? Iert hand- I
"I lot a L y n"8 advertised
tC lZl a.lthe Brock & McCo-
iuel thrtP k lore' Wl'rn I had
m throii,!, ' 11 l,le fheumatlc
: For Wvi V y arms "
teat Per to, I deaIei- Price 50
Eo8a!o v v F08ter Mllburn Co.,
l'Hta States ase,l,s for Uie
Mother1116 name-Doan's-and
U tt ?PSoIcs Gardes
Safe ,y. 8eft Wanted.
aat .""me. Absni.oi..
rC,e rhoea'anS.fe
j Mo- Prop Pt"r Particulars 'ad
J2. Kn... P.'. Pharmacy. Ini, nl
U Jin. Kni- ol ..
Znt ,PMntai n Eastern Or
?f h du M" PaPer. It leads
Washington, April 15. (Special.)
"No land law reform at this ses
sion of conKress." is the mandate
which has cone forth from the inter
ests desirous of keeping the pirate
land laws upon the statute hooks to
enable a grab in the West during
the coming year of a few million
more acres of the people's lands
The mandate is apparently heing
heeded careiuliy by congress.
In suite of two annual recommen
nations from the president; in spite
of a special message to congress
urging the repeal of the timber and
sione act and In spite of the evident
I national nubile sentiment favoring
!the stoppage of land and timber
'stealing, congress is prepared to ad
!mlt Its domination by a crew of land
grabbers and . timber and land spec
ulators which will, before the next
! cucalmi olunl tone nf tTltlllnnR flf dol'
iars worth or government property
which can never be replaced.
This reneal of the desert land act,
a tool of the cattle corporations, has
been voted down In the house Irri
gallon committee, aud the repeal ot
the limber and stone act. under
which at least 50 million dollars was
lost to the government last year, and
which has been specifically recom
mended by the president and his
special land commission, bids fair to
be muck y killed on tne nouse noor,
This committee has been holding
hearings on this act, and timber
lords, owning hundreds of thousands
of acres of the finest standing urn
her In the world which by every law
of right and Justice should still be
the property of the people of the
United States, have appeared before
that committee and presented eager
ly accented testimony, showing what
a hardship it would bo on the poor
settler who wants a small piece of
timber adjacent to his homestead, if
the timber and stone act were re
nealed.
T. ii. Walker, of Minneapolis,, sam
to be the largest owner ot timoer
lands In the Un ted States, owning
and nneculatlne in timber lands In
Minnesota and the 1'actnc uoasi
states ands whose title snouia to
day be in the government and which
are valued at mil Ions or uouars, uu
ueared before the committee ana
gravely stated that he must protest
against the repeal of the timber and
stone act.
It Is true that the b 111 to repeal tne
timber act was allowed to pass the
Renate without onnosltlon trom tho
timber senators even after they had
announced that they were opposed to
anv rpiie.il of the law and tne inter
ence is therefor that tney assureu
themselves that the bill would be
well taken care of In the house and
probably never even get out or tue
nubile landu committee. One mem
ber of that committee even made
such a boast.
, People
' their
appreciate It and
taw i lS
wetkifl. ,ertilng medium of this
Grazing Land for Lease.
32.00(1 acres on Grande Ilohde river
Grande Itonde Lunn-er Co., Perry, Or.
Hiram Knowles, United States dis
trlet IwlKe for Montana, has resign
od. William II. Hunt- now governor
of Porto Ulco, will succeed him.
- BANKS AND BROKERS.
on itKNT sum: of hooms in
i:ast Oreconlan building. Steam heat
ed. Hot and cold water and bath room
on same floor. Call at V.ast Oregonlan
oruce.
1'IItST NATIONAL HANK Or I'ENDLI
ton. Capital, $70,000; surplus autl un
divided nruflts. JlmUHMi. Transacts
ppiipral banklnc biKlucs. I.ichange
and teleeranhlc transfers sold on ( lilca-
co. San I ranclsco. New lork ami princi
pal points lu the Northwest Krafts diuwn
China, japan aim i;urope. jiahes i-oi
Ipi-tlons on reasonable terms. Levi An
kpnv. nresldeut: W. I'. Matlock, vice-
president ; (1. M. Ulce. cashier : George
Hartman, Jr., assistant cashier.
DENTISTS.
It. M. S. KKItN, nr.NTAL SL'ItUKON.
Office, room IS, Judd building
. A. VAIKIHAN, DLNTIST. OFFICK
Judd building. Thoue. red 1111-
IN
ARCHITECTS AND BUILDERS.
IS. TliOUTMAN. AltCIUTKCT AND
Supeilntendent, room 12 Judd block
I'endleton. Oregon.
r. r. iiowAim. AuciirrtvCT a.m u-
iiorlnf vnriont. Mated complete and re
liable plans tor buildings In the city or
country, l.oom i,, juuu uuhuiuk.
siii:i:k .l colk, contkactoks anu
builders. Estimates furuisueu on tuori
notice. Job work a sp"iialt,v. I rompi
ShoD on Itliitf street, near Malu.
n vnv rnvritACTOi: amj iii.ii.ij
or. list matt-s furulsued on an muus
of masonry, cement walks, stone wans,
etc. Leave orders at Kast Oregonlan of
fice.
T. M. KLLLLIt. I'LASTLISIMi AMI -'!.
mentlng. I ement waiss a e(,ei,,i.
i-.iim.t riirnUheH fiee. Work guarau
teed. I-ave orders at ISadley & Zehner'a
iL.nr store. Main street. V. O. box lot
LIVERY AND FEED STABLES.
Ti:i.Kl'IIONK LIVKItY STA1ILK. COUKT
sneer, ominslte rourt house, isowere
Sou, proprietors. Always goou lutuuui.,
ubllu stales. '1'uoue. main ooi.
OLU DUTCH HKNHV 1 LI;" 1A,'U'
Corner Went Alia ailU l.lilliu ircri,
v 4 iiIiuit nroorletor. lirge com
fnr,i.l. atslla. l'lentv of feed. Horses
given careful attention.
COMMKltCIAI. STAULL'S, O. M. FllOOME
oiuiiiletor. I-'lne uorses, kou
bett care given transient .
Hotel I'endleton. 'I'hone, main 101
Opp
.ivv rn't'HV TAIII.i:. ALIA ajur.f.,
Carney & Kennedy, rroiw.. iiiri,,
and sales stab e. Oood rigs at ii i""'
fi, line In connection. 'I'hone, main iui
VETERINARY SURGEONS.
.Ki..,lk.-lIV HITHR WIN 1)11. 11.
MkVb hit unlet HI aiiui
store.
BOARDING AND LODGING.
,,r.,i'l AI.'I'A COKNKK AI.1A
' .. . .... r week
Good table set. Kales. '-
uer week. Mrs. L. Icfr. rrop.
reeu iaia iu muutnv
piietor.
L.
I'endleton
Neff. pro
-v.-. iin-l'Mf.. MSADINU HUir.l, j.-s
-. ei'nJ 7 ii su per day. H. I
Mlllen, proprietor.
TAKL'8 YOU
oooa
..ii.v vnrm lll'KINKSH
ii,.i llellr. Jlood
to IlelU. atop at i v;"Vv,--V
meals ana goou itm' -
proprietor.
COTl'AOK HOTLL -WHLN VOt GO TO
fmatllla slop at the lottuge l o el.
neal und clean
proprietor
Mrs, Juiu'es OVounell
SECOND-HAND DEALERS.
FOR RENT.
KOIt HUNT GOOD KltONT ltOOM.
suitable for two gentlemen nr two la
dies. Coll at 010 Willow street.
FOR KKNT FURNISHED ROOM FOR HEN
tlemsn ; centrally located. s. Main strtet,
TO MEET THE EYE
of thoso with oyo troubles this ntlvor-
tls9mcnt Is Inserted.
U Is our business to mako oyo
tests, prescrlbo a cure for defective
sight and io provide tho necessary
EYEGLASSES OR 8PECTACLES.
For tho test of tho prescription wo
charge nothing If glasses nro or
dered hero and for tho glasses our
prices are only reasonable.
Wo mako a complete oxnminnxion,
using tho best ot tho late Improved
Instruments.
GLENN WINSLOW
Jeweler and Optician
Poatofflce Block.
The Columbia
Lodgiiig House
10
Tho Hotot 1'ondloton has Just been
roflttod nnd refurnished throughout
'Phono nnd tiro alarm connections
with nil rooms. Hatha In suites and
single rooms.
Headquarters for Traveling Men
Commodious Sample Rooms.
Well vontllatcd, neat nnd com
fortable rooms, good beds. Dnr
In connection, whoro best
goods are served.
Main street, center of block,
between Alta and Webb
streets.
FOR KENT NKATI.Y
keeping rooms
FURNISHED IlOl'Sif.
;112S. Main Street.
WANTED.
WANTKD-.TO DO SEW1NO 11Y THE PAY
Miss Olive Tryon.aoi Thompson Street.
WANTED YOUK OltKltS I'Olt UN-
graved cards, wedding Invitations, etc.;
loll e.tfi-nve.1 vlalllnf- raril ultli tllnte.
fl.r.O; additional cards In future, $1 per
hundred. The Uast Oregonlan.
WANTF.D ADVr.llTISHliS TO MAKK
use of these classllled columns. If you
have something you have no use for, offer
tn trade It for something that some other
body may have and have no use for, some
thlug that you may need In your business.
1 on may have- an extra horse that you
may wish to trade for a cow or a vehicle.
Somebody may have the cow auu vemcie
and want the horse. 13c or 20c want ad
will probably do the business.
LOST AND FOUND.
FOUND A LADY'S WHEEL. STERLING MAKE
Las been found by the pollin and la now at the
omoeolthe city .MsrHml on Alia street. Any
persoi. having lost such-a. wheel can stenre the
same by comlug to the office, proving property
and paying charges
MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SLE-FRE3H MILCH COW. lNql'IKK
1. Cottage street.
KXI'ItUSa WAGON HILLY LKATIIKItS,
express aud light hauling of all kinds.
Wagons at your service day aud night.
Telephone main lul or call at tue com
merclal Stables, opp. postofflce.
F. X. SCHEMPP
Proprietor
NOTICE.
Rates $2 00 and $2.50
Special rates by week or month.
Kxccllcnt Culslno.
Prompt Dining Room Sorvlco.
Bar and Billiard Room In Connection
Only Three Blocks From Depot
Hotel St. George
GEO. DARVEAU, PROPRIETOR.
SINGKIt (SUWING MACHINU OFFICII,
50ii College street. Repairs for all ma
chlues. 1', A. Lovetaug, manager.
HKWHR CONTHACTOItS ItUUD & LAF
ler make connections with tjie sewer for
business houses aud private realdemes.
Terms reasonable. Leave or dels at T. C.
Taylor'a Hardware store.
F. S. MHItllILL, Sl'OKANK. WAHIL,
Agent. Deusmore. Second-hand ma
chines) supplies and repairs.
BUB YOU "UNCLU" WHKN YOU WANT
money. We make loans on personal
property. T. II. Gurdaln, 1'awu Ilroker,
Milarkey bulldlug, Court stieet
WM. F. YOIINKA WILL l'AY I'ltOMIT
ntteiitlun to all sales aud posting bills.
Correspoudeuie solicited. Commission lea
sonable. I'. O. liox -M. l'rudletou,
DRUSKM AKING, CUT ING AND FIT
ting a specialty. 1'roinpt winrk. Satis
faction guaranteed. Miss It. Whitley,
012 Main street.
I'HNPLKTON HTF.AM DYU WOIIKH -7.'i0
Cottonwood street. Cleaning, dylug
aud lepalrlng, Goods called for and de
livered. 'I'hone. main 1001.
HOt'SK-CLUANING HY TUB JAI'ANHHK
House-Cleaning Co. Work done by the
day, hour or job. Window cleaning a
specialty. I'rompt service at low prices.
001 Garden street. 'I'hone Malu 1171.
Insure in
Reliable Companies
That pay their losses
promptly. Our companies
stand at the head of the list.
Assets.
Hartford Fire Insurance
Co 12,2B9,07C
Alliance Assurance Co .. 29,039,903
London & Lancashire Fire
Insurance Co 2,644,(83
North British & Mercantile
Co 19,695,974
Royal Insurance Co 22.S97.H3
FRANK B. CL0PT0N
AGENT.
112 EAST COURT 8TREET.
MANHOOD RESTORED "cufIDdE;
qalCkiycuni;uH v Si;.!... T.V the liuck. Meuiluul i:uillou, nervous ;r,,i.,,
Ko.mI, lu.unint . I "s." 'rUJifju.iliiic Jli ulu., Vurleoeelr, uuU IV
llwplrs.UuiUiir lo ;PSft"u 'rStumr. whlfli 1 not Checked reads
pullou. Iis.op. "l.TlonmMtVu Vui-lutViK chants the llrefc
rT'ltl-ru-.N ""Sheos-Vud
P-'VVrceo.-atJ
liuuav.-. -- --- j.OOaboi UlX JOT WtJ ut man. "
A .4 M.S II 1 U 1 4 J 9
llieklduey',
IH)CUUU
t j cure w
i.itM da
Sold by Tallman 4 Co., Druggists
In the Circuit Court ot tho United
Slates for tho district of Oregon.
A. U. llurforil, complainant, vs. C.
II. Wade, and T. C. Taylor, trustee
in bankruptcy of the said C. 11. Wndo,
ilefendunts.
Notice is hereby given that a do
crce hns been entered In a certain
suit pending in the circuit court of
tho United States for tho district of
Oregon, wherein A. H. llurford Is
complainant and C. H. Wade, et nl
are ileleiunnts: nnd by snld decroo
tho undersigned has been appointed
commissioner for the nurposo or malt'
Ing sale of certain property pledged
by the sain C. B. Wadq lo tne nai
lotir Outhrle Investment Company as
security for tho payment ot twenty
thousand dollars (S20.00U) wan in
terest from December 2, 1903, at tho
rate of eight per cent (8 per cent)
per annum, which property is uo
scribed as follows:
Three (3) promissory notes, oacli
for the sum of ten thousand dollars
($10,000). each dated Kobruary 1,
1902, each executed by one W. T.
Itlgbv In favor of said V. B. Wado,
maturing respectively on February 1,
1907, February 1, 1908, nnd February
1, 1909. .
KlghU'on (18) promissory notes ex
ecuted by tho J. B. Smith Livestock
Company, a corporation. In favor of
said C. II. Wade, each dated January
21, 1902. drawn respectively for $1,
000, $5,000, $C,000, $5,000, $3,000, $2,
000, $2,000, $1,000, $1,000, $1,000, $1.
000, $1,000, $1,000, $1,000, $5,000,
$5,000, $5,000, $5,000, each bear
ing Interest from Its date at
the rate of eight por cent
(8 per cent) per annum, and matur
ing respectively July 1, 1900, July 1,
1900. July 1, 1906, July 1, 1007, July
1, 1907, July 1, 1907, July 1, 1907,
July 1, 1907, July 1, 1907. July 1,1907,
July 1, 1908, July 1, 1908, July 1,
IS08, July 1, 1908, July 1. 1908, July
1, 1908, July 1, 1908, and July 1, 1908.
Five (5) certificates of tho capital
slock of tho Pacific Healty Company
each for fifty (50) sharen of said cap
ital Hloclt, numbered respectively if,
4, 5, 7 and 8.
And that under and In pursuance
of said decree tho undersigned, as
commissioner, has appointed Satur
day, tho 23rd day of April, 1904, at
the hour of cloven o'clock In tho fore
noon, as the time, and tho court
honso door of Umatilla Cotiuty, Ore
gon, In I'endleton, Oregon, as tho
plat e for making sale of said proper,
ly; and at said time and placo tho
undersigned will offer said property
for Bale to tho ..Ighest bidder for
cash. Tho property will first bo oi
fered as a whole or collectively, but
bldB mado for It as a wholo or col
let-lively will bo received condition
ally. It will then he offered for salo
senaratelv. each nanor by Itself, and
if the aggregate amount of bids
mado for the said property offered
for sale seoarately exepeds tho
amount bid for said property when
offered for salo as u wholo or collec
tlvely. the property will bo sold sop
arately; but If tho aggregate amount
of th b Ids rece ved for sam proper
ly when offered for sulo separately
bo less than the amount of the bids
made for said property us a whole
or collectively, tho property will be
wild oh a wholo or collectively, ah
sales will bo made subject to tho
approval of tho Circuit Court of tho
1'nlted States for the District of Or
egon, and must bo confirmed by order
of said court, and too proporty win
be delivered only upon confirmation
nf snle.
Dated this 11th flay of April. 1901.
- T, O. TAYLUH,
Commissioner,
Kuropean plan. Kverythlng first
class. Accommodations tho host. All
modern convonlonccs. Stoam heat
throughout. Hooms en-sulto with
bath. Large, now sample rooms. Tho
Hotel St. (icorgo Is pronounced one
of tho most niodorn and model hotels
of Oregon. 'I'hono and flro alarm
connections to ofllco In all rooms.
Booms 50c to $1.50.
Dally East Oregonlan
only 15 cents a week.
by carrier,
CORNER MAIM AND WEBB 8T8.
Block and a half from depot.
THE
Hotel Bickers
(Formorly Golden Itulo.)
COURT STREET.
SjpPHSlSSBSIifBaMfia'aW-''''
Iteraodolod nnd refurnished through,
out. Everything neat, cloan and up-to-date.
Stoam heat and eloctrio
lights, nest culslno, Prompt sorvlca.
H. E. BICKERS, PROPRIETOR.
THE PORTLAND
PORTLAND, OREGON.
American plan, :i per day and upward.
Headquarters for luurlsts and coromere al
travelers Hpeclal rales made to famlllnj
uud single gentlemen, The management
will be pleaseil al all times tn show
rooms nil give prices, A modern Turk
lull balli establishment In the hotel.
H. C liOWKUH, Manager.
I The French !
Restaurant i
Best 25 Cent Meal In the City
Private Dining Parlors.
Elegant Furnished Rooms
Connection,
in
QUS LaFONTAlNB, Prop.
633 Main Street.