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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 27, 1904.
THE INLAND EMPIRE
lcom tne u ,i.Aiono
1 liveliest town in tne
""J? vUor in tl.o city
' ... .i-Aleno a City, iu ii.-
h,t was cxcimicMi ."
b.atlhe stringent state law
round a welcome In the
JL reason of a recent
Zi nn a practical invita
tion to that class of
. .ni.'ia thn
lectrlc ra"uj --
... iho two inuueo u-
d pleasant and every train
ed Vlth people. The . ans
..i to cost between $00,000
.. ii nrenaratinn
building will no i
frnm 10.000 to 12.000
in ue the transient pupim.-
Ihe town uui'b -
Beside the wide open sport
.ho nl.ice Is a pleasant re-
a beautiful laKo ami u ......
handsome eoiu.guH uuu ....
.i nn under con-
IUX lli .
Lumbering Is tno oniy -
t t tun tmnalnnt
.. . ...n hir tiwi tnwn.
person with more Inimacu
Ihan Is usually attributed 10
. ..tiliinul till' nollcC
e am...... .
II...,. lnul 11 I'll! unit
Lot.... n rnnnlltnelH LOl'
..I fviim nriHouers.
. f,.IU- ...it nll'tlV ffir Tllt-
Or for auction sales. The re
in question is a Bmall show
whlch the guns are stored.
Ilj" Individual entered the
ast night anil helped himself
15 or 20 of tin- Instruments
and departed without moles-
p ullehtest eltie was left the
.uinl. t.. t-..- ATInrr..
scopes wore In demand and the vigi
lant officers or the lnw ran the mag
nifying glass ovor the linoleum in an
endeavor to detect footprints. The
chase wbb at last given up' in des
pair, someone suggesting that the
fottprlnts could not be distinguished
from those of their brother officers.
Roadmaklng In the Interior.
The breaking of the road ovor the
divide between here and ' Sumptor
was accomplished this week. The
party going over was comprised of
.1 M. Stewart, J. M. Green, A. J. Mer
rltt, Charles Thornburg, Orant Tur
ner, Oeorgo Huoy and Tom Dearln
gor. They took with them a buck
iioard. heavy wagon nnd 14 head of
horses, leaving here Tuesday morn
ing, they got as far as Clold Center,
and through to Sumptor the next
day. On the return they brought
ub out .10 sacks of paper mail that had
accumulated In the Sumptor office In
the two weeks the road was blockad
ed. The expenses of the trip were
borne by local residents and business
men, whllo the parties who went
over contributed their time nnd the
use of their horses. By this means
trafllc was opened up with Sumptor
a week or 10 days earlier than it
could otherwise have been. Oranlte
Grand Ronde's Big Fruit.
Horticultural Commissioner Judd
floor was over from the Covo Mon
lnv atntlni tlint n nnnnlilnrnliln mmn
tlty of land was covered with water
hut unless it remained for a consiu
nrnliln tlmn tin rlnmniri would be
nomlnnl and that the meadows would
be greatly benefited.
Mr. Cleer states that the fruit pros
nec.tR were never bettor at this time
of the year for a bounteous crop and
that mere unit necn uiousanus oi
vninii trees net out thlR vear in varl
tins portions of the county. La
BUSINESS CARDS, SOCIETIES
PROFESSIONS AND TRADES
DIt. YV. O. COLE, OFFICE IN JUDD
building. Office hours, 10 to 12 a. m.j
1 to 0 p. m, Telephones: Office "main
1371 ; residence, main 1381.
J. ti. MILLER, M. D. DESPA1N BLOCK.
Treats and corrects eje troubles, ca
tarrhal conditions and Impaired hearing.
Glasses correctly fitted for refractlre er
rors. Telephone, main 1G11.
DItS. SMITH & ItlXGO. OFFICE OVKIt
the Pendleton Savings Bank. Tele
phone 801 ; residence telephone, main
II. S. OAKFIELD, M. D. HOMEOPATHIC
physician and surgeon. Office In Judd
building. Telephones: Office, black 1411:
residence, black 24.
I)tt. D. J. MTAUL, JUDD IH.OCK. TEt.E
phone, pain 031 ; residence, black 161.
DIt. T. M. HENDERSON, niYSlCIAN
and surgeon. Office in Sayings Bank
building, room 1. Office 'phone, main
1411 ; residence, red 1223.
DP.. LYNN K. BLAKESLEE, CHRONIC
nnd nervous disease and diseases of
women. Judd liultillni- mm,- Main
Court .streets. Office 'phone, main 721 ;
rumuuiii-c, rcu ii. m incrapeuttcs.
B. P. O. ELKS, PENDLETON LODGE,
No. 288. Regular meetings first nnd
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.,
r. ii. ; v. r. itean, secretary.
MEN'S RESORT YOU ARE INVITF.d!
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 60c 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. Buys and sells all kinds
of real estate. Does a general brokerage
business. Pays taxes and makes Invest
ments for non-residents. Reference, any
bank In Pendleton.
O. A. HARTMAN, Pres.
Q. A. nARTMAN, JR., Vice Pres.
DIt. LENA. ALLEN BOONE, OSTEOPATH.
Residence, Thompson street, between
Court and Water streets. 'Phone, black
1024. Nervous diseases a specialty.
Francis Thompson, graduate of A. T.
Still school, KIrksvllle, Mo. ; office at
iimui inciter", hiqo entrance uitlce days
Tuesday, Thunday and SMurdsy.
A. II. MARTIN, M. D.. DESPAIN BLOCK.
i-uiirc street, over noeppens drug store
Special attention to skin diseases.
II ..t n n I.IIF
RiA.iltinnl it an no n-nl 1 no
Is the highest quality
mica, uil luauc.
exclusively in Pendleton
JAMES NAVIN TAKES CHARGE
OF THE HELIX HOTEL
Thin unmUpfnl ni.l.
nuc doctor Is called
great because he cures
Kople without opera
tion that ore given up
to die. He cures with
tlioie wonderful Chi
barks urt vegetables
tuat are entirely un-
-- ... uicuuai net-
"".ii un lam. .nit nrift
. '-"WUIMIlUIHlrWllI nflMllmn..
itSi" el'r Wr lie for blanks ami
or triri.. r,ercneron stallion.
. aIso about 25 head
.-"' or I'Apha.
.-is see n c tt.
"P of solace in Being
. "vna Unon uu.ii.
. mum. Ifl.ln
and i ... y
ik "ays: "i
. Kinnovi. . . ......
.?'" in Mrl.. . "
In. v.. . J tlUVH. I Wn.-lr.
"S ril llni. -
vaine a ruotornnn nn
n, .. .- -iu unrft.ini.i
-t u nu. i. ".ma
Potatoes Now Selling at 90 Cents a
Hundred on Weston Mountain
Usual Price Is 50c per 100 and
Farmers Are Expecting Price to Go
to $1.50 Deaf Mute Meets Wit
Serious Accident Mumps Preva
lent Near Weston.
lirlRBson, April 25. Isnac Ahra
lmniHun, n deaf niutu, had a narrow
I'scuim from helns crushed to death
one duy.last week, whllo working on
the country road near Bingham
Springs. They wore picking the rock
loose in order to widen out the grade
when a portion of tho cliff gave way,
liurylng the unlorttinate young man
tilt to the shoulders,
Ho was speedily rescuod by his fel
w workmen and taken to Bingham
nrlngs, wheer he was examined by
')r. Bingham, and with tho exception
r severe bruises on the body, lie
v. us uninjured.
The entire family of Mr. Wadding
hum, near Weston, is down with
mumps. This dlsense is now quite
ravalont In that vicinity.
Ora Zcrba moved up to his ranch
u Held & Ilawley mountain last
vek to spend the summer and look
Tl'ter his cattle.
Swan Peterson moved his family
o Weston last Thursday, where lie
Is employed ut carponter work.
James Novln will leave with his
family for Helix tho first of the
month, where they will take charge
of the Helix hotel for tho remainder
of the year, and perhaps longer. As
they have had tho necessary experl
un.ce, quite a prosperous future is
entertained for them in that busi
ness. Tho farmers in this section are
getting along very well with their
plowing, having been delayed a few;
days lost wpok on account, of rain.
A good many hero ore holding
their potatoes for $1.00 per sack;
while others sold last week for 90c,
dollovered nf Weston. Usually there
lis no market for them nearer titan
Pendleton or Walla Walla, which Is
very (nconvqnlent and tho price paid
(has seldom boet) more than 50c.
I Janies Carglll Is moving home
from Milton, whore ho spent tho win
ter, and will bring his cattle up In a
' few days,
William Wilkinson Is doing some
clearing on his ranch hero. Ho will
put wheat on tho now ground, which
always brings an extra good crop.
$100 Reward, $100.
The renders of this paper will be pleased
to learn that there Is ut least one dread,
ed disease that science has been able to
cure In all Its stages, and that Is Ca
tarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is the pnly
positive cure now knowu to the medical
fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional
disease, requires a constitutional -reat-meut.
Hall's .Catarrh Cine Is taken In
ternally, actlug directly on the blood rtul
mucous surfaces of the system, thereby
destroying the foundation of the disease,
and giving the patient strength by build
ing tin the constitution nnd assisting na
ture In doing Its work. The proprietors
have so much faith In Its curative powers
that they offer One Hundred Dollars for
any case that It falls to cure. Heml for
list ot testimonials.
Address: . ,
V, 3. CHKNBV Sc CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by Druggist, price 75c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipa
tion. Ijizlnoss vns alvays sneaking
around trying to glf dor knock-oud
drops to ambition.
t.ti:rinary suitonox on. d. c
McNabb. Office at Tallman's drug
DIt. M. S. KKRN, DnXTAIi SUROKON
Office, room in, Judd building
K. A. VAUfiHAN, Dr.XTlST. OFPICB IN
Judd building. Phoue. red 1411.
BANKS AND BROKERS.
FIRST NATIONAL i'ANK OF ATIIRNA
Oregon. Capltnl, $.10X00 ; surplus nnd
profits, ;i2,ri00.00. Interest on time de
posits. Denis In foreign nnd domestic
exchnnge. Collections promptly nttended
to. Henry c. Adams, president: T. J.
Kirk, vice-president ; F. S. I.eOrow, cash
ier; I. M. Kemp, assistant cashier.
THE FARMDRS' HANK OF YVDSTON,
Weston, Oregon. Does a general bank
ing busluess. Kichnnge bought and sold.
Collections promptly attended to. IE.
Jameson, president : fleorge W. Proebstel,
vice-president : .1. It. Kllgore, cashier ; di
rectors, I!. A. Hnrtman, M. M. Jones. T.
J. Price, G. D. Grnw. J. F. Kllgore, Rob
ert Jnmesou, fl. W. Proebstel.
TUR PBNDMITON SAVINGS RANK,
Pendleton, Oregon. Organized March 1,
i.nn'.i. capital, fiuiuimi; surplus,
000: Interest allowed cm all time deposits,
HxchmiKP bought and sold on nil prln-
clpnl poluts. . Special attention given to
collections, vt. J. i-urutsu, president ; J.
X. Ten I, vice-president i T J. Morris,
itishler: J, W. Moloney, nsslstnnt cashier.
FIRST NATIONAL HANK OF FUNDI.!!
Ion. Capital, $70,000; surplus and un
divided prollts. $100,110(1. Transacts a
general banking busluess. F.xchnnge
anil telegraphic transfers sold on Chica
go, Sun Francisco. New York and princi
pal points In the Northwest. Drafts drawn
on I'lilnn, Japan and Kurope. Makes col
lections ou reasonable terms. I.evl An
keuy, president : W. F. Matlock, vice,
president ; G. M. Rice, cashier ; George
Hurt mini, Jr., usslstuut cashier.
ARCHITECTS AND BUILDERS.
L V.. TROl'TMAN, ARC'IIITI'.CT AND
Superintendent, room li Judd block,
T. F. HOWARD, ARCIinT.OT AND Su
perintendent. Makes complete and re
liable plans for bulldlugs In the city or
couutry. Room 17, Judd building.
siii:i:k & colk. coxtractors and
builders. Fstlmutes furulshcd ou btioit
notice. Job work a specialty. Prompt
service. Shop ou llluff street, nea Main.
D. A. MAY, CONTRACTOR AND IIUII.D
er. Intimates furnished on all kinds
of masonrv. cenieut walks, stoue walls.
etc. I.euve orders at Itast Otegoulan of
T. M. KKI.Lnit. PI.ASTF.RIXG AND CB
meuthig. Cement walks a specialty,
estimates furnished free. Work guaran
tp.wl I .enve orders at Iladley & Zebner s
cigar store, Main street. P. O. boi 104.
LIVERY AND FEED STABLES.
TKLKPHONK I.IVKKY BTAW.K. COURT
llluat nnrinulln nnr! Iiolbie. Rowers &
Son. proprietors. Always good turnouts.
t'uouc scales i-uoue, muiu .u..
OLD DUTCH WONKY FRF.D YARD,
ivirnei- West Atta and 1 .11 1 It U streets.
S. A. Alloway, proprietor. Large com
fortable stalls. Plenty of feed. Horses
given careful attention.
COMMF.RCIAL 8TAULF.S, G. M. FliOOME
proprietor. Flue horses, goou rigs,
best care given transient stock. Opp.
Hotel Pendleton. 'Phone, main 101,
J. M. BENTLF.Y REPRESENTS THE
oldest and most reliable tire and acci
dent Insurance companies. Office with
Hartman Abstract Co.
JOHN IIAII.KY, JR., U. S. LAND COM
mlssloner. Specialty made of land 01
Ings and proof. Insurance and collec
Hons. Office In Judd building, room 10.
V. STR011LE. DEALER IN SECOND
hand goods. If there Is anything you
need in new and second-band furniture,
stoves, granlteware and crockery, call nnd
git his prices. No. 212 Court street.
WANTED TO RKNT-FIVK ROOM COTTAGE
in good neighborhood, jtddreai L. L. care
FOR RENT SUITE OF ROOMS IN
Esst Oregonlan building. Steam heat
ed. Hot and cold water and bath room
on same floor. Call at East Oregonlan
FOR RENT GOOD FRONT ROOM,
suitable for two gentlemen or two la
dles. Call at 010 Willow street.
FOR SALE AT THE EAST OREGONIAN
oflice Large bundles of newspapers,
containing over 100 big papers, can be
obtained for 2.1 cents b bundle.
EXPRESS WAGON HILLY LEATHERS,
express and light hauling of all kinds.
Wagons at your service day and night.
Telephone main 101 or call at the Com.
mercial Stables, opp. postofflce.
SINGER SEWING MACHINE OFFICE,
fiOfl College street. Repairs for all ma
chines. P. A. Lovetaug, manager.
SEWER CONTRACTORS REED LAF
ler mnke connections with tjie sewer for
business bonuses and private residences.
Terms reasonable. Leave orders at T. C.
Taylor's Hardware store.
F. S. MERRILL, SPOKANE, WASH.,
Agent, Densmore. Second-hand ma
chines, supplies and repairs.
SEE YOU "UNCLE" WHEN YOU WANT
money. We make loans on personal
property. T. II. Gnrdaln, Pawn Ilroker,
Milarkey building. Court street.
WM. F. YOHNKA WILL PAY PROMPT
attention to all sules and posting bills.
Correspoudeut-e solicited. Commission rea.
suiinble. P. O. llox 200, Pendleton.
DRESSMAKING, CUTTING AND FIT-
ting a specialty Prompt work. Satis,
faction guaranteed. Miss It, Whitley,
012 Muln street,
PLNDl.ETON STEAM DYE WORKS
7110 Cottonwood street. Cleaning, dying
and repairing. Goods called ror nnd de
livered. 'Phone, main 10U1.
HOUSE-CLEANING 11Y THE JAPANESE
House-Cleaning Co. Woik done by the
day, hour or job. Window cleaning a
spr-tiuiiy, i-rompt service at low prices.
004 Garden street. 'Phone Main 1171.
Well ventilated, neat and com
fortable looms, good beds. Bar
in connection,' where best
goods are served.
Main street, center of block,
between Alta and Webb
F. X. SCHEMPP
Saturday, April 30
COMMENCING AT 10 O'CLOCK SHARP AT UKM
O. K. FEED YARD
ALL PARTIES ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO ATTEND
THIS SALE. THERE WILL BE HORSES AND CATTLE, BUG
GIES, HACKS, HARNESS AND WAGONS, HOGS AND CHICKENS.
WILL, BE SOLD TO THE HIGHEST BIDDERS FOR THE CA8H.
ALL ARE INVITED TO BRING STUFF AND TAKE AWAY ANY
THAT THEY MAY PURCHASE ON SAID DAY.
TERMS STRICTLY CASH; COMMISSION REASONABLE.
WM. F. YOHNKA, Auctioneer
W. C. BETTS, MANAGER.
j and SEWER WORK
I HAVE A FULL LINE OF PLUMBING GOODS AND FIRST-
J CLASS WORKMEN; ALSO MAKE SEWER CONNECTIONS. E8
J TIMATES FURNISHED ON ALL WORK. WORK GUARANTEED.
j T. C. TAYLOR
; "THE HARDWARE MAN."
741 MAIN ST.
We Want to Do Yoti Plumbing
Our long experience, tocothor with our unexcelled facilities tor doing
the best work, are at your scrvlco without oxtra charge.
Good honest work always ilono. That's tho reason why our patrons
aro always satisfied.
BECK, the Reliable Plumber
Court Street, opposite Hotol nicker.
A Standard for Quality. Cleanliness and Workmanship.,
Hand MadeXlear Havana. FLYNN & CO.. Makers.
CHT MVEIIV STAIU.i:. AI.TA STKBBT.
Carney & Kennedy, props., nvery, irru
and sales stable. Good rigs at all times.
Cab line In couuectlon. 'PUone. main iQI.
BOARDING AND LODGjNG.
HOTK.l. AI.TA. COItXKK AI.TA AND
Mill streets. Iioard by tbe day or week.
Good table set. Hates. .7B anu i..o
per week. Mrs. I.. Neff. Prop. Pendleton
I-eed Yard in connecuou. u.
ATHKNA HOTEL. LEADING HOTEL IN
tbe city. $1.00 to Jl.r.O per day. H, I.
WHEN YOUIt BUSINESS TAKF.8 YOU
to Helix, stop nt tbe Hotel Ilelli. Good
meals and eood service. 1. "WW.
J. L. SHARON, Proprietor.
Tbe Arlington Is a hlgh-olass
rooming house, equipped with elec
tric lights, free baths and all mod
ern conveniences. It Is centrally
located, being on Main street, three
door 8 north of Hotel St. George,
over the Delta candy store, llootus
by tbe day, week or month. Hates
COc to $1 a day. CIS Main street.
Phone Red 1091.
. ...,.r, vnll ilC TO
Umatilla stop at tbe Cottage Hotel.,
ii,,.,.. i. ..i.. Imm. -rml-lnir. everytlllUK
neat nnd e'lenu. Mrs. James OTonnclI,
Ladies' Capsules Gardes
Lady Agents Wanted.
Safe, reliable. Absolutely guar
anteed to cure leucorrhoea and fe
male weakness, For particulars ad
dress Mo. Prop. Pharmacy, Lock llox
323, Kansas City, Mo. For sale by
A. 0. Koeppen & I3ros., Pendleton,
r.,.'yfiK?PiHftTulli!fc?rfc riVUI el J tares tus or cuw lucid and lounir rilm from
SXuofMir Cuinsiost Manhood,
fmotano. Lost Power, Nlg;M-Losae,8permatorrhoeTnomnlu, taTns
ynok.7vll Desires, Seminal EmleaTons, Lame Back, Nerou Debility,
L?.?h2S&5. Unfitness to Marnr, LoseofSemeri, m Varicocele, orCon;
anna Minna Mnn nua v inn nir ni
&V5?d.0nW?t S TlmSMiw. IuVrt ?Uor ud fZJjLM P"aoy to ev.ry-funo.
Bf"P R8mod' Co- " """CISCO, CaU
Sold by Tallman & Co., Druggists.
School District Election Notice.
Of election to determine how In
debtedness obligations shall ho ne
gotiated and sold.
Notlco Is hereby given that at a
school meeting of School District
No, 1, of Umatilla County, Oregon,
to be held at the county court house,
in said district, ou the ICth day of
May, 1004, there will ho submitted
to the legal voters of said district
the question whether the bonds of
the district proposed to be Issued to
the amount or Sixty Thousand Dol
lars shall bu negotiated and sold ac
cording lo ho provisions of sub-division
0 of Section 3380 or Bellinger &
Cotton's Annotated Codes and Stat
utes of Oregon, or tho provisions of
sub-dlvlslon 31 of said section, Tho
vote to ho by ballot, upon which shall
he the words, "Subdivision 0, of
Section 3389," and tho words "Sub
division 31 of Section 3389."
Polls to bo opened at 1 o'clock p.
m., and remain open until 4 o'clock
By order of the Board of Directors
or School District No, 1C, or Umatilla
Dated this 25th uay of April, A. D.
JOHN IIAII.UV, JK.,
Chairman Board of Directors.
School District Dond Election Notice
Notice Is hereby given that a
school meeting of School District
No. 10, of Umatilla County, Oregon,
to be held In the county court house
lu said district, on tho 17th day of
May, 1904, theie will bo submitted to
the legal voters of said district the
question of contracting a bonded debt
of Sixty Thousand Dollars (tuu.uou;
for tho purpose of buying the neces
sary grounds and erecting three now
school.hulldlngs thereon, the voto to
be by ballot, upon which shall bo the
words "Bonds Yes" and tho words
"Bonds No." Polis to bo opened at
1 o'clock p. m., and remain open tin
til 4 o'clock p. ni.
By onlor of tho Board of Directors
of School District No, 1C, of Umalllla
Dated this 26th day or April, A. D,
JOHN HAII.KV, JR.,
Chairman Board of Directors,
TO ALL MY FRIENDS AND
I TAKE PI,EA8URE IN
INTRODUCING TO MY
FRIENDS, DR8. L. L. AND T.
H. WHITE, TO WHOM I
HAVE SOLD MY DENTAL
BU8INE83 IN THIS- CITY. I
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 CA8E8 IN
HAND8 OF THE DRS.
E. A. MANN
ti.. rr t - np.fiAnian ! Eastern Or
(It. fc.iaa. w.-u ' ' -
ennn's representative oaoer. It lead
and the people appreciate It and
show It by tneir nuerai patronage. ,1
Is the advertising medium of this
Those teeth you have been neg
lecting so long should bo attended
to, and by tho new painless system,
thoy can be tilled or extracted and
not hurt you. This Is being demon
strated every day at the
where even small children are get
ting their teeth nicely niled and do
not get hurt.
OLD NUWSPAPEItS TO PUT 1JNDEU
turpeis, ou sneives, wans or ror wrap
ping purposes. Old newspapers la large
......... . ... . ........ ni Mu vouia a unuuia
at the EAST OIlEaONIAN office, Pendle