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PAGE NINE.
HOTEL8. H
DAILY EAST OREQONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, 8ATURDAY, APRIL 23, 1904.
NOTICE
T0 ALL MY FRIENDS AND
PATRONS:
, TAKE PLEASURE IN
,NTRODUCING TO MY
FRIENDS. DRS. 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 DENTISTS IN EVERY
RESPECT. AND WILL ES
TEEM IT A FAVOR FOR
ANY OF MY PATIENTS TO
PLACE THEIR CASES IN ,
HANDS OF THE DRS.
WHITE.
RESPECTFULLY,
E. A. MANN
LIQUOZONE
f
;!
The
Great
Germ
Destroyer
TRY A "BOTTLE.
Brock & McComas
Company
SOLE AGENTS.
"If you would
I BE WEALTHY
!said Benjamin Franklin,
"think of saving as well as
J getting."
J Start today. No matter
j how little, save something.
, Begin with
i YOUR '
FUEL BILL
Ij by buying nothing but the best
it ory wood and Kemmerer Coal
f of
McADAMS
Phone Main 1121.
Savings Bank Building.
65
rou are Interested In Oil
Ung, see us. Our line Is
a;!ete.
ACADEMY BOARDS
STRETCHERS
BRUSHES
ARTISTS' SAKLES
BLENDERS
SKY BRUSHES
PLAQUES
TUBE COLORS
We make
a specialty of
Irani
n8 PICTIIRPO yj .
of frames.
a)
C C. SHAttP
I: wra House Block.
PAINLESS
DENTISTRY
Dr Ait-.
I fern, k, . UentaI Parlrs In the
ll'h mavlVlne ta Clothe fact
lorn .. 'Wctlng of teoth v
llHtpa 7. . Who have lone
"till I mU - - ". ivtr
. UlPIr
J thr teatt, are now Uav-
fch e "n the ease with
tU . wotk can i.a jt
SIS
tem. uoae unaer
AMONG THE EXCHANGES
OF THE INLAND EMPIRE
Fixing Salaries in Idano.
The county commissioners yester
day completed the work of the April
term anil adjourned to meet on June
2, nt which time the contract will
be definitely closed with Henry 7.lr
hel for the Improvement work on the
Culdesac grade. ,
The board yesterday fixed the sal
aries of all county officers except
that of the county attorney, as re
quired by law. These salaries will
take effect on January 1st. The only
change made from the present sal
aries was In the case of the county
school superintendent. The salary
of this office wns Increased from $1,
000 to $1,200 a year. The salaries
received by the other officers are as
follows: Assessor $3,000. treasurer.
$1,200. probate Judso $1,300. sheriff
$3,000, commissioner $700. surveyor
$S00. The county auditor, whose
salary was fixed two years ago for
a period of four years, receives $2.
000 a year. The salary of the county
attorney will be fixed at the July
term. The Increase in the salary of
the school superintendent Is made on
account of the marked increase In
the responsible work of the office
with the steady enlargement of the
county's big school system Lewis
ton Tribune.
A Bluff on Spokane Shippers.
Are the Great Northern and the
Northern Pacific directing a gigantic
bluff against the Spokane Shippers'
Association by threatening to estab
lish here rival lunifes to the firms
active In the snippers' movement?
Or is the plan disclosed In the fol
lowing St. Paul dispatch a bona fide
movement Jo establish here another
large hardware concern? ,
"St. Paul. .Minn.. April 20. Far
well. Ozm'un. Kirk & Co.. the third
largest wholesale hardware house In
the United States, have leased
ground 100x142 feet at the south
west corner of Jefferson street, at Its
Intersection with the Northern Pa
cific tracks, In Spokane, and will be
gin at once the erection of a five
story building loo by 14i feet in
principal dlmensluns. which will be
used as Its main fUstributing house
for the western trade. Plans are
being drawn by Preusse & Zlttel of
that city.
The building will cost $200,000.
and will contain a complete line of
heavy hardware and such other lines
as,cau be handled In carloads direct
tro'm the factories and mills to Spo
kane. The new branch will be In
DEMOCRATIC HOPES.
Captain Sam White Thinks Pros
pects Are Bright This Year.
Sam White, of Baker City, chair
man of the democratic state central
committee, who managed the cam
paign two years ago which elected
George E. Chamberlain governor,
was In the city a few moments last
evening on his way home from Port
land. "I am astonished to note the
growth of Pendleton," remarked .Mr.
White, as he surveyed the towering
Bowman building from tne u. it. a
N. platform.
"I remember 1" years ago mat
there was scarcely a building from
Moi cinPt hrliicp north to the Co
lumbia river, and now I see almost a
million dollars' worth of elegant
ih nf the river, where the
boys used to be afraid to go after
darfl, because or tne imagiueu
imnk" around the old cemetery.
It Is marvelous to think of the
growth,"
The conversation naturally min
ed to politics.
"I think the democratic convenuuu
did exactly the proper thing In de
clining to Instruct for Hearst." said
'
Not an ordinary article, but
something extraordinary Is
Hill's Pure
California
Olive Oil
For medicinal use as well ais
for salads and table use.
This Is the highest quality
and purest oil made.
Sold exclusively In Pendleton
by
Despain & Clark
The Columbia
Lodging House
Well ventilated, neat and com-
fortable rooms, good beds. Bar
In connection, where best J
goods are served. a
Main street, center of block,
between Alta and Webb
Rtreets.
F. X. SCHEMPP
Proprietor
operation as soon as possible, and
will give employment to a largo
force, it will serve the Arm's ex
tensive trade In the Far West, and Is
designed to become the distributing
house as the trade grows larger and
more Important. Spokesman-Review.
Power Company Files Mortgage.
For the purpose of securing money
to be used in the construction of the
Washington & Oregon lwer Com
pany's electrical power plant and pay
for property acquired and to be ac
quired and for other corporate pur
poses of the company, there was
filed in the county auditor's office to
day a mortgage from the company
to the Baker Uian & Investment Co.
The mortgage recites that the com
pany Is empowered to Issue notes
not to exceed the sum of $250,000
for the purposes above enumerated,
to date from April 1, 1904. and be
due and payable April 1. 1905. The
privilege Is reserved to pay the notes
any time after September 1. 1904.
The mortgage covers all the real es
tate owned by the company In Ore
gon and Washington, and takes In all
the personal property. Including the
water rights, rights of way, machin
ery and electrical and water plants.
The Instrument Is a voluminous
document, being composed of 26
closely typewritten pages of the reg
ular legal rorm of paper. It contains
1.500 words and the recording fee
amounted to $11.50. Walla Walla
Statesman.
Snake River Road.
The much talked of railroad down
the Snake river from Huntington to
I. ewlston Is once more one of the
leading topics of conversations, and
It now seems that It will really be
built and that work will begin soon.
Engineer I'tter of Weiser. is in
charge of the survey and has two
parties in the field resetting grade
stakes, etc. There are about 15 men
now in the field.
Within two or three weeks Engi
neer Utter expects to have about
five surveying parties along the en
tire route from Huntington to Lewis
ton, according to the Weiser Signal.
II. . (c tirm. in flm fluid nnrannnllv su
pervising the wont.
I The line followed is about the
i same as the one followed by the old
Northwestern company, as it Is
I thought the new company has se
1 cured control of the old right of way.
'Baker City Herald.
Mr. White. "It is undemocratic to
tie a man's hands. It is not one of
the Ideals of the party to put gag
rule and gag law Into execution.
'Every democratic delegate should be
1 free to act for the best Interest of
I the party.
"With aggressive work this year,
there Is every hope for the demo
crats of Oregon The utter failure of
the republican legislature to pass a
flat salary law: the refusal of the
reuubllcan convention to adopt the
direct primary amendment and the
almost criminal delay ot tne repumi
i cans In congress in relieving Eastern
.Oregon by building the ship canal in
1 the lifetime of the present genera
tion, all make democratic hopes
brighter.
I -The adminlsttatlon of Governor
i Chamberlain pleases the people. If
.he had a democratic legislature to
work with him in ills high ideals of
'state government, taxes woulu be re
duced in Oregon, the appropriations
' would be cut down within the limits
of strict economy and the people
would feel the results of such an ail
'ministration In dollars and cents."
$100 Reward, $100.
The readers of this pauer will be pleased
I., I.i.rn Ihnt then- IS St least OUO llfliUd
ed disease that scleme has been oble to
cure lu all Its btages, and that Is Ca
tarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is the only
liosltlve cure now known 10 rue uinira
fraternity Catarrh belDg a constitutional
disease, requires a constitutional Teat
...n. iiuiiv Putfirrli Cine la taken In
ternally, acting dlrectlr on the blood rnd
mucous kurraces i iu
,ii,,rin. fnuiiHatton of the disease.
and giving the patient strength by build
ing up the constitution and assisting na
ture In doing Its work. The proprietors
i.... .,iT uii in its cuiatlve uuwers
that they offer One Hundred Dollars for
n that It falls to cure, hend for
list of testimonials
Adl3reV! J. CHENEY i CO.. Toledo, O.
Sold by Druggist, price 75c.
Tke Hall's Pamlly Hlls for con.tlpa
Hon. Canada's Trade Increases.
Ottawa. Ont.. April 23. Canada's
aggregate foreign trade for tho nine
months ended March 31. amounted
n l34r,.307.G51 or $14,832,238 more
than for the same period of the year
(previous. This U on the basis of Im
ports for consumption aim
'n nil Includes coin and bullion. The
Imports for the past nine montus To
talled $175,523,000 as against $155.-
440 036 last year anu tne expuuu
amounted to $165,064,105 as against
$162,420,703.
A Cure for Headache.
child suffer.
yliy mailt "
Ing from headache, biliousness or a
dull, drowsy feeling, should take one
or two of newitcs jjiuw wn,
Hisprs niKht and morning. These
. in ,1a tiiu nre famous he
JUUJUMB 111.10 J..."
cause they are a tonic as well as a
pill. While they cleanse the sys-
: il. .n ami rebuild it
lem iiiey iuia " -
by their tonic effect upon the liver
and bowels. Hold uy -j unman "
Congressman Lloyd Renominated.
Hannibal. Mo.. April 23.-Thi dent
,....ii,. rininrv lii the first coiigres
sionai district today resulted In the
renomlnatlon of Congressman James
T. Uoyd. There was no opi'i's"'.""
A fool and a slot machine make a
BUSINESS CARDS, SOCIETIES
PROFESSIONS AND TRADES
PHYSICIANS.
lilt. W. Q. COI.K, OKFICK IN JUIU)
building. Office hours. 10 to 12 a. m.i
1 to 5 p. m. Telephone: Ottlce main
1371 ; residence, main 1381.
J, U M1LI.KII, M. D. DKSl'AlX M.OCK.
Treats and correct ejo trouble, ca
tarrhal conditions and Impaired hearing,
(llassea correctly titled for retractive er
rors. Telephone, main 1011.
DHS. SMITH A ItlXOO. Ol'KlCH OVHU
the l'endleton Savings Hank. Tele
phone S01 ; residence telephone, main
1501.
II. S. OAUKIEM). M. I). HOMEOPATHIC
physician and surgeon. Office In Judd
building. Telephones: Office, black 1411;
residence, black "4.
UK. 1). J. MTAUI., JUl)l I1I.OCK. TKl.K
plione, main 031 ; residence, black 101.
nit. t. m. iuixnr.usoN, physician
and surgeon, Office In Savings Hank
building, room 1. Office 'phone, main
1411 : residence, red 1223.
Dlt. LYNN K. lll.AKESI.EE, CIIUONIC
and nervous disease and diseases of
uouieu. Judd building, corner Main and
Court streets. Office 'phone, main 721 ;
resilience, red 1153, X-xay llietHUllc
Dlt. LENA ALLEN llOOXE. OSTEOPATH.
Residence, Thompson street, between
Court and Water streets. 'Phone, black
1024. Nervous diseases a specialty.
OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Dlt. L.
Francis Thompson, graduate of A. T.
Still school. Klrksvllle, Mo. ; office at
Nye's residence. 002 Water street : 'phone
lted .',4 ; Tuesday, Thursday nnd Satur
day. A. II. MAItTIN, M. II.. DESPAIN M.OCK,
Court street, over Koeppen'a drug store.
Special attention to skin diseases.
VETERINARY SURGEONS.
VI'TKltlNAItY SUItC.KOXDIt. I). C.
McNnbb. Office at Tulluiau's drug
store.
DENTISTS.
Dlt. M. S. KKHN. nn.NTAt. t51IIiai.ON.
Office, room 1., Judd building
II. A. VAUOHAN. DP.NTIST. OKl'ICH IN
Judd building. 'Phone, red 1411
BANKS AND BROKERS.
I'lliST NATIONAL i ASK OP ATHKNA,
Oregon. Capital. f.'iO.COO; surplus and
profits, "Fi-.'H'lMK'. interest on time lie
noslts. Deals In foreign and domestic
exchange. Collections promptly attended
to. Henry C. Adams, president i T. J
Kirk, vice-president ; V. S. I.eGrow. cash
ler : 1. M. Kemp, assistant cashier.
Till: PAIIMIIKS' HANK 01' WI'STON.
Westou, Oreeon. Does a general bank
lug business. Kxchauge bought and Bold.
Collections promptly attended to. It.
Jnnieton. president; Oeorge W. I'roebitel,
vice-president; J. It. Kllgure, casiiter ; ill
rectors, O. A. Hartmun, M. Jt. Jones. T.
J. Price, (',. D. Ornw, J. I. Kllgoie, Itob
ert Jameson, (!. ". I'roebstel,
thi: pi:ndi.i:ton savings hank
l'endleton, Oregon. Organlted March 1
l&Sfi. Canltal. $100,000: surplus, $7r.,
000: Interest allowed on all time deposits.
Hxchange bought and sold on all prln
clpal points. . Special atteutlou given to
collections, w. J. Furnish, tiresiuent: J
N. Teal, vice-president ; T J. Slorrls,
cashier; J. w. Maloney, assistant cashier
PlltST NATIONAL HANK OP 1'KNDI.i:
tou. Capital, $70,000; surplus and mi
divided profits. $100,000, Transacts a
general banking business. Hxchnnge
and telegraphic transfers sold on I lik-n
co, Han I'ranclsco, New York and prlncl
pal points In the Northwest. Drafts drawn
on China, Japan und l.urupe. AlukeN col
lections on reasonable terms. Levi An
keny. nresldeut : V. I". Matlock, vice
president ; (!- M. Illce. cashier ; Oeorge
Hartman, Jr., assistant cashier.
ARCHITECTS AND BUILDERS.
C. H. TltOUTJIAN, AltCHITKCT AND
Superintendent, room 11! Judd blotk,
l'endleton, Oregon
T. 1", IIOWAI1D, AHCIUTIX'T AND HP
nerlnteudent. Makes comnlete ami re
liable plans for buildings In the city or
country. I loom IT, Judd uuiiuiug.
hhi:i:k a com:, contiiactohh and
builders. lstlmate furnished on short
notice. Job work a H-clalty. Prompt
service. Hhop on Illutf street, near Mulii
D. A. MAY. CONTIiACTOK AND ItUII.D
er Intimates furnished on all kinds
of masonry, cement walks, stone walls
etc l.euve 01 dels at i:ast Ou-goulan of
lice.
T M. KKI.I.KIt. l'l.AHTHItl.Nd AND CK
meutlug. Cement walks a specialty
KsIluiatcH furnished free. Work guarau
teed. Leave orders at Iladley & Zebuer'a
cigar store. Main street, r. t. ixii mi
LIVERY AND FEED 8TABLE8.
TKLUI'HONK LIVKItY HTAIII.K. COUUT
Htreet, opposite court House, iiowers &
Hon, proprietors. Always goou turnouts
I'ublK Males, 'luone, main Joi.
OLD DUTCH Hl'NHY KUKD YAKD,
Corner West Alta and Lillltb streets.
K. A. Altowav. nroDrletor. urge com
fortable alalia. Plenty of feed. Horsea
given careful attention.
COMMKKCfAL HTAI1LKH. (5. M. KHOOMU
proprietor. Flue horses, good rigs,
best care given transient stock. Opp.
Hotel l'endleton, 'Phone, main 101.
CITY LI Vi:itY HTAIII.K, ALTA HTHKKT,
Carney & Kennedy, Props., livery, feed
and sales stable. Good rigs at all times,
Cab line In connection, 'rhone, main 701
BOARDING AND LODGING.
IIOTKL ALTA. COHNi:it ALTA AND
Mill streets. Hoard by the day or week
li.ul lable set. Hates. 1.173 und $4.7f
tier week, Mr. L. Neff, Prop. I'eudletou
Keed Yard In connection. L. Neff, pro
prlelor.
ATIIHNA HOTIIL. LHADING IIOTKL IN
the city, $1.00 to $1.80 per day. II. 1
Milieu, proprietor.
WIH'V YOltlt llt'MlS'l'HH TAKUH YOI
to Helix, stop at the Hotel Helix- Good
meals and good service, i- u. i"iV
proprietor.
COTTAGH HOTLL WHHN YOL GO TO
ik,iilf, kt.tt. mi tliu ('nttauu Hotel
White help, home cooking, everything
neat and cleuu. Mrs, James ocouueii
proprietor.
Hie brul
mprmun iiiwm VTitiwiwruraj- tha mint la tM ana jvouiitf ""'w
fttlHiuUte
Sold
by Tallman
& Co,, DrurjQl ats.
FRATERNAL ORDERS.
It. 1. O. KI.KS, lM'.Nni,nTO.N l.ODOH.
No. 2S8. Kegular meet In rs first and
third Thursdays of each month. All
brothers visiting In the city moat cordi
ally Invited to attend, Hall In Laltow
block. Court street. 11. A. Hartman, ,Hr.,
K. It.; C, 1".. llenn, secretary,
MUX'S MKSOIIT--YOU AUIJ INVITED.
Tree reading room, Why not Join anil
set the advantage of free bath, use of
punching bag and other equipments. In.
eluding library and reading room. Terms
$ 1.00 to Join ntui .".0c a month dues.
INSURANCE AND LAND BUSINESS
HAKTMAN AUSTKACT CO. MAKES
reliable abstracts ot title to all lands
In Umatilla county Loans on city and
farm property. Huys and sells alt kinds
of real estate. Docs a general brokerage
business. Pays taxes and makes Invest
ments far non. residents. Iteference, uny
bank In Pendleton.
(5. A. HAKTMAN. Pres.
(i. A. IIAItTMAN, JH., Vice l'rea.
J. M. ItENTI.EY IMU'llESENTS THE
oldest and most reliable tire and nccl
dent Insurance companies. Office with
Inrtniau Abstract Co.
JOHN 1 1 A 1 t.t : V, Jit., V. S. LAND COM.
mlssloner. Hnecla ty made of land til
ings und proof. Insurance and codec-
Inns. Office lu J mid building, room 111.
SECOND-HAND DEALERS.
v. HTitoiu.i:, Di:.M.r.it in si:cond-
hand goods. It there N anything you
need In new and secondhniid furniture.
stoves, granllewiire und crockery, cnll mid
get bis prices. No. 'Jl'J Court street.
WANTED.
WANTKI) TO KENT FIVK IIOOM 0O1TAGK
In snmtnelichborhood. Address I,. I, enro
Ksst Oreamiirtii
WANTKI - AIlVKltTISKItS TO MAKIl
use of these classltled colunius. If you
have something you have no use for, offer
to trade It for something that some other
body mny have nnd have no iibc for, some
thing that J on may need ill your uusincss.
You may have an estra home that you
niuy wish to tiade for n cow or n vehicle.
SomelMidy may have the cow and vehicle
ami want the horse. 15c or "0c want nil
will piolnibly do the business.
FOR RENT.
l'OIt ltHNT-HUlTIJ OF ItOOMK IN
Cast Oresnulun building. Hteam heat- 1
imI. Hot and cold water and bath room
on same Hour. Call lit Hast Oregonhin
office.
l'OIt liKNT - GOOD l-'KONT ItOOM.
suitable for two gentlemen or two In
dies. Call ut CIO Willow street.
MISCELLANEOUS.
HOMKWOKK, KITIIKR HEX, MAILING (HI!
culars' 12 per week; send dime ami 'i conts
for business formula. 1'rof. G Mchln. Shu
Joie. L'ullt.
KXPUKSH WAGON HILLY LKATHHItH,
express and light hauling of all kinds.
Wagons nt your service day nnd night.
Telephone main 1(11 or cull at the Com
mercial Htables, upp. postofflce.
SlNGl'.U SKWING MACHINK OI'I'ICH,
."Oil College street. Itepalra for all ma
chines. 1'. A. Lovelnng. manager.
Si:Wi:it CONTItACTOIlH -ItllUD A LAP
ler make connections with tjie sewer for
ImikIiichs houses and private residences.
Terms icnsoiinhle. Leave orders at T. C,
Taylor's Hardware store.
I' H. Ml'.ltltlLL. HI'OKANi:. WAHH.,
Agent. Densmore. Second-hand ma
chines, supplies und repairs.
SHI: YOU "UNCLK" WIIHN YOH WANT
inuiiey. We make loans on personal
property, T. II. Giirdaln, Pawn llroker,
Mllurkey building, Court street.
W.M. P. YOIINKA WILL PAY I'ltOMI'T
utteiition to all sales and posting bills.
Correspondence solicited, Commission rea
sonable. P. O. Ilox -Oil, l'endleton,
DIHIHHMAKING, CUTi ING AND 1'IT
llng a specialty. Prompt work. Satis
faction guaraiitwd. Miss It. Whitley,
til'.' Main street.
pi:nd7i:ton ktham dyk woukh
T.'iO Cottouwixiil street. Cleaning, dying
und ii-piilrliig Goods called for and tie
lltcied 'I'lioiie, mulll 11)01.
Ill ll 'Ml- I'l. HAVING ttv Tiir. JAl'ANKHi:
House Cleaning Co. Wurk dono by tho
day, hour or Job, Window cleunliig a
specialty Prompt service at low prlrea,
not Garden street 'Phone Main 1171
Scott's Santal-Fepsin Capsules
A POSITIVE CURE
FurlnfltmrnfttlonorOaUrrb
of the liladrfer ami DUriued
Kldoa-ft. No euro no pity.
OurM qalekj-f find l'erm
nauUy lb wont oaiei ut
iunerrlir mad ilrt(
no nuUUrof how loag tUnd
lav. Alwolutfllr umtuIcm,
Huld bv drairilita. Pile
11.00, or by mall. yostpAld.
-THI lAMTAl-PIFWK CO.,
III POMTAJM0 OHIO.
Sold by F, W. Schmidt & Co.
MEN AND WOMEN.
Dm Bl for aaastoral
41cb rfMjnfUniutUiBJL
UrlUlloas or Bluiallwi
cf BUCUB. BMiabrtMl,
PalslMi. and not Mtrtti
ImiClUlCHIWIUtOo. '"M
or wal Id lla wrffML.
OI Wt SMH.
a Liu .ilim.ii. Tuk, n. wi.rr.
T M.l..lllllun-'ll-M-ll""- .""
r Iuu4l.l,wru4 I,-1M l-l Ik""!"'"';?
' llrul.rk, 'i'r-llui.ail.1- kul llwll(l
t t ;.4li.V, l'J rrluru 1III. H.U III Hi
,i-. l.u. ., 'kb-hrler lij-jul!;.
The Dlt. rjKIUO S'l'AKK
only BiwlHllHtH for men, con
tinue to(;iir all chronic, pri
vate A- nervous alluiems, Imixiteuce
skin dlkeaies, rheuinatlim catanli.
etc I)r A ( HtoI'Oakt, Pli. 0 lor H years
it.llcal dliiwtnr 7 Hlxth street, Porllsiid
Ortgo'i i HI Yeiler Way, Seattle, Wash, Call
ir write
Ualtnit)fut lltn Uornma
TO
rt. i umi, m
h&0!ir.Hi,o.HB
kD,ll,jF
rtiUHESTER'S PILLS
-'r, Orlslnul und Oulr IJenulne.
fn io.oooT.,niiuu. uaiM.ui iiiudit
MEN
HOTEL
PENDLETON
VAN DRAN DROS., PROPRIETORS.
The Best Hotel in Pendleton
and at good at any.
Tho Hotel I'ondloton has Just boon
rodtled nnd refurnished throushouL
Thonu and tiro alarm connections
with nil rooms. Hatlts In suites and
single rooms,
Headquarters for traveling Men
Commodious Sample Rooms.
Rates $2 00 and $2.56
Special rates by week or month.
lOxrellent Cuisine.
Prompt Dining Room Sorvlco.
Bar and Billiard Room in Connection
Only Three Blocks From Depot.
Hotel St. George
GEO. DARVEAU, PROPRIETOR.
Kuropcnn pluti. Kvorytlilng tlrat
class. Accotvunodutloiis llio boat. All
modorn cotivonloiicoH, Stcatn hoat
tlinitighnut. HootiiH on-stilto 'vlth
bath. Lnrgo, now snniplo rooms. Tho
Hotel SI. (itwgo Is pronoitiicod onn
of tliu liiost iiiodorii and modal IioIoIb
of Orogon. 'I'liimo and llro alarm
ronnoctlons to nlllco In all rooms.
Rooms 50c to $1.50.
CORNER MAIN AND WEBB ST3.
Block and a half from depot
THE
Hotel Bickers
(Formorly (.olden ltnto)
COURT STREET.
Uemodolod and rofurnlshod through,
out. EvryUiIng neat, clean and up-to-date.
Steam heat and eloctrla
lights. Dest ciilslno, 1'iompt norvleo.
H. E. BICKERS, PROPRIETOR.
THE PORTLAND
PORTLAND, OREGON,
American plan, f!l ir day and upward.
HeudiuurterH fur tourists nnd commercial
travelers. Hpei lal rules made to fumlll
and single gentlemen. The manseincnt
will be pleased ut all times to show
rooms und give prices. A modern Turk
ish batb establishment In the hotel.
II C IIOWHIIH, Manager.
DR. G. GEE WO
YVONDUKPUI.
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TRUATAIHNT
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luifiiitv rciiHilie thU fuuiuun doctor know
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lliroul, rlifiiiiiullDmt nwrvouuiifii, Htomucu.
lkvt'r,kliliivM,rlc t Ium humlrt-Un of teitUmou
iuH l'hurtt) ii.uderte. Call uud nva htm.
I'uUcmu nut of llm city wrllo fur blMiikvunU
i-irriilurH. H nd i ivnti hi HUinna. CUNUUU
THE 0, GEE WO OHiHESE MEDICINE CO.
2o Aldor St . Pcirthiml, Oregon,
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