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    EIGHT PACES,
DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, TUESDAY, MAY 3, 1904.
PAGE 8EVEN.
i AMONG THE
OF THE 1JNL,AJNJJ JtLlVlJflKH j
01 nmnnnics yet
fcmied ir " tnntann Is the
M ian nt Oil. Lund & Power Co..
Plft C, ta articles of Incorpora
fetich Bled ' stnt0 Qporge
PWltcsterda - The company Is
1 nPrtles In the Swift
R, develop Pr?PcJ"T. '.' i., dutrirta.
l0d la!,l of the shares being $1.
f Jmccrn owns 4.000 acres of land
rhe concern " district, also a
P,Mrr and townslte. and in
Water po ,1rm ln on.
HILmIU Swift Current property
Lratlon on ih nrescnt month.
& tbc "!i-V ' , "Am of the company
I prwur - - . Current,
1JI,hcrr first meetlnB of the
. Srs to he held about the
stockholders io unders,00l that.
ft s coa has a fine water
J., It will at once constuct a
Per JatTt "nd run the drill, by
f There'ls to be a telephone line be-
nfflco nt Swift
I '"!. n -ninV thus brinKinB
an Indirect touch with the
I'""1 1 .! .. t,i 14o1nn Tnrlrt.
Iarorld outsiae w.-
pendent.
Tallest Man In Washington.
1 uutrtiifiRnn of LInd. Wash.,
.,a.., ;i, mn m thn state of Wash-
taeton, who was for three years a
nember of the Spokane police force.
Is In town and announces his inten
tion of retiring from the stock busi-
He has no Intention of going back
on the police force, nor will he join
a circus, despite many offers that
tare been received by him from time
to time His intention Is to devote
much of his time to his marble inter
ests In Stevens county.
Mr Hutchinson, who is stopping at
tbe Victoria, is 7 feet '.' Inches tall
and weighs 225 pounds. How he can
manage to curl up in an ordinary
hotel bed only Mr. Hutchinson knows,
and when tbe suggestion was made
that he might find trouble, he laugh
Inply replied "1 manage it all right."
Mr Hutchinson performs another
mystery by riding horseback, without
tripping his steed. He is a good
horseman and frequently goes out to
help round up his stock.
"I have just sold out my horses.
I
CANTY'S PARLORS
OF AMUSEMENT
Open day and night. Billiards,
Pool, Shooting Gallery, Bowl
ing Alleys, Throwing Racks.
Good music every evening.
BASEMENT, CORNER MAIN
AND WEBB STREETS.
Under W. & C. R. Depot
J. L. VAUGHN
Electrician
Prompt attention given and all
work executed properly.
Electrical Supplies or all kinds
OFFICB-121 WBST COURT ST.
'Tribune Building)
ee
tali's Santal-Pspsin Capsules
POSITIVE CURE
Fpr Inflammation or Oatarr)
of the Bladder aad Diseased
Kidneys. Mo cure no pay.
Cur quickly and I-enna-neatly
tka worst cases of
UonorrUorak and Ulrt,
no matter of bow loag stand
ins. Absolutely awmlew.
Bold by dragtlsta. Price
!? 5.' br mail, postpaid.
11.00,8 boieeitJ-ftT
"THE 8AHTAI-PEP21U CO,
IfLLHAHTalti AuiA .
Sold by F. W. Schmidt & Co.
CHICHESTER'S PILLS
siC . Orijplssjil and Only Genuine.
VUrSm 1Q.OOO taillnuM,!.!. ... l! 1..
J lil ul IMI amaui- Sm M with
3 Ua. rlWx. Take n. .(Li,. Urfcee
"f ' IKl '""H i'ar.
i. ' H "-l-r. U.I I. KM b, ell
Ck!)(t,('fcra.lralt-.
MEN AN1 WOMEN.
. Uae filx CI for nnnatora!
ylwitiiraes.lnflsmtnsllons.
trritatiea or nlcerattoaa
I Nmmu7 vi nnvusi wuumwi
lnur.T.7C7.1-. i,iiilHiie:
a "- wtiaiui co. cwi or souoasna.
aun,o.tH isMirani
eat a'tvtiHst.
Lwf Capsules Gardes
Safe Ld.A?ent. Wanted.
tnteed .vuaulB- Absolutely guar-
-ress m it ror particulars aa-
A? CU'' Mo. For sale by
2LKeppen & rjrog., pendeton.
The DR. LIEBIG STAFF
it" "r"oia tor men, oou
i?oure chronic, prl-
kin Siv "u "uraenis, impotence
'o tonJUfl 'aiaaUsm. catarrh.
t"-.. wTi c rhamaUsm. catarrh.
P"0"" 1 It! ySIl .7..81xth "e'- Portland
'writs 1 Xul"' wr, Seattle, wMIi. Call
rflMh 1
j'rl'jf'oHlelt'
X!!!L,"B''f Troubles:
EXCHANGES
numbering about 2500 head, to T. D.
Bell, A. York. Hugh Twyford and a
Mr. Crawford or Calgary, N. W. T"
said Mr. Hutchinson. "I got $20 a
head for the whole lot, colts and all.
The horses will bo shipped north at
various times during the summer, he
present plan being to ship 15 carloads
on the 20th of each month, except
July, which Is too warm, up till Nov
ember." Spokesman-Review.
Surveying Automobile Road.
A crew of surveyors, under John
Hammond of Cline Falls, began work
this week ln the vicinity of Cross
Keys In laying out n six mile track
which will bo used as an experiment
al road for the automobile line, the
nrrangemonts for which are now well
under way. The englners will finish
the survey of this line some timo
next week, when the grading will bo
done and the road completed for use.
It Is the Intention of A. E. Ham
mond, who Is at the head of the en
terprise, to pack the road with petro
leum if the latter does not prove too
expensive a product after It has been
brought into the country. As soon as
the six-mile course Is finished, a Cld
lilac machine will bo put on nnd
trial run will be made. If the ven
ture proves that an automobile Is a
feasible means of transportation, the
road will be extended to the Bend
and Prlnevllle and a regular running
schedule adopted. Harney County
News.
Cattle Prices Looking Up.
Frank Rice soul 70 head of 3-year-old
steers Saturday to Mossle & Sons
of Ukiah, for $31 per head. This is
the highest price paid this season for
3-year-olds. Three weks ago buyers
were only offering $24, and the raise
of $7 in so short a time, looks like
cattle would yet ho a goSd price this
season.
It Is said there nre more rattle
buyers in the field in Eastern Oregon
nt the present time than there has
been for several years at this time of
the year. True, they are not offering
much, but prices have materially In
creased since the season opened, nnd
this very fact, coupled with the num
ber of buyers, makes cattlemen con
fident that they will yet get better
prices for their stock this year than
they did last Long Creek Light.
TEXAS BANKERS.
Their Convention Largely Attended
by Outsiders.
El Paso. Texas, May '3. Represen
tative bankers and financiers, not
only from all parts of the Lone Star
state, but from Kansas City, Chicago
and other distant point as well, filled
the Myar opera house this morning
at the opening of the twentieth an
nual convention of the Texas Bank-pr-R
ARKttcintlnn.
i The visitors from outside the state
were present by special invitation of
the association. A. V. Lane of Dal
las, president of the association,
rnllpd the Catherine to order at 10
n'rlnek. T. .1. Hear, sneaking for the
bankers anil citizens oi ki i'aso, cor
dially welcomed the visitors. Suita
hl rpsnnnse to the welcoming ad-
, dress was made by I. H. Kemper of
nnivpstrm. me annual amiresB ui
' tlio iirpslrlpnt of the association and
the reports of other officers and of
committees occupied the remainder
of the forenoon.
This afternoon no session was held
as the entertainment committee had
nrmrifpri f(ir n trill llf InSlieCtlOn by
the visitors to the El Paso Smelting
Works, the second largest m the
world. Further entertainment in tho
fnrm nf n Ht.'ip smoker and a Mexican
luncheon has been arranged for this
evening. Tomorrow the convention
will take up the program of papers
and addresses wnicn win ue con
tlnued until Friday,
in imlnt of attendance tho conven
iinn le i hp lareest ever held by the
association and tne prominence of the
participants promises also to make it
a most notable gathering.
Whon h Ran Rlaea
Weak lungs should be careful. Coughs
and colds are dangerous then. One
Mlnnto Pouch Cure cures coughs and
colds and gives strengtn to tne
lungs. Mrs. G. E. Fenner of Marlon,
Ind., says: "I suffered with a cougii
nniu I rim down ln weight from 148
to 92 pounds. I tried a number of
rpmpillps in no avail until I used One
Minute Cough Cure. Four bottles of
this wonderful remedy cured mo en-
tfralv nr t)ip r-nneli. fltrpntrthened mv
lungs and restored me to my normal
weight, health ana strengtn." soia
by Tallman & Co.
Good Roads Men Meet.
Springfield, III., May 3. The state
good roads convention which opened
today In representatives' hall of the
state capltol bids fair to give the
good roads movement In Illinois a de
cided Impetus. Col. ft. W. Richard.
sou, secretary of the National Good
Roads Association, and ..lartln Dodge,
director of the roads inquiry bureau
at Washington, were among tho
speakers this afternoon. The con
veutlon will conclude Its sessions to
morrow.
Kansas Club Women.
Rmnnrta. Kan.. May 3. Every an
riving train today brought Its quota
or de eeates to tne ninui unuuui
mppllnc of the Kansas State Federa
Hnn of Women's Clubs. Topeka,
Leavenworth, Wichita, Fort Scott,
Olathe, Kinsley, Junction City, Hia
watha and other cities of the state
were represented among the arrivals
BUSINESS CARDS, SOCIETIES
PROFESSIONS AND TRADES
PHYSICIANS.
DK. W. Q. COLE, OFFICE IN JUDD
building. Office hours, 10 to 12 a. m.;
1 to 5 p. m. Telephones: Office main
1371 ; residence, main 1381.
J. L. MILLER, SI. D. DKSPA1N IJLOCK.
Treats and corrects ejo troubles, ca
tarrhal conditions and Impaired hearing.
Glasses correctly fitted for refractive er
rors. Telephone, main 1011.
DPS. SMITH & K1NGO. OFFICE OVKlt
the l'endlcton Savings Itank. Tele
phone S01; residence telephone, main
1501.
II. S. GAISFir.LD, M. D. HOMEOPATHIC
physician and surgeon. Office In Judd
building. Telephones: Office, black 1411;
residence, black 24.
DIt. D. J. MTAUL, JUDD m.OCK. TELE
phone, main 031; residence, black 101.
DIt. T. M. HENDERSON, PHYSICIAN
and surgeon. Office In Savings Bank
building, room 1. Office 'phone, main
1411; residence, red 1223.
Dlt. LYNN K. IILAKI'SLUE, CHRONIC
and nervous disease and diseases of
women. Judd building, corner Main and
Court streets. Office 'phone, main 721;
residence, red 1153. X.itay therapeutics
DR. LENA ALLEN BOONE, OSTEOPATH.
Residence, Thompson street, between
Court and Water streets. 'Phone, black
1024. Nervous diseases a specialty.
DR. I.. FRANCES THOMPSON, OSTEOPATHIC
phjatrlan. nudum A T. Still school,
Ktrksvllle, Mo Oflicr, II itel nickers side en
trance; office dy, lucuiays, Thursdays and
Saturdays.
A. II. MARTIN, M. D.. DESPAIN BLOCK,
Court street, over Koeppen's drug store.
Special attention to skin diseases.
VETERINARY SURGEONS.
VHTKItlNAItV Sl'l
:oi:o.v dr. d. c.
at Tallman'a drug
XIcNabb. Office
store.
DENTISTS.
DIt. M. S. KKItX. DKXTAI. SUIICIION.
Office, room IS, Judd building
K. A. VAUGUAX, DHXTIST. OFFICE IN
Judd building. 'Phone, ted 1411.
BANKS AND BROKERS.
riltST NATIONAL l'ANK OF ATHKNA,
Oregon. Capital, f.iO.COO ; surplus and
profits, fl'.'.r.Ou.m). Interest on time de
posits. Meals in foreign and domestic
exchange. Collections promptly attended
to. Henry C. Adams, president: T. J.
Kirk, vice-president; F. S. I.eOrow, cash
ier; I. M. Kemp, aslstaut cashier.
Tin: FAitMnits' hank of 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 ; di
rectors, G. A. Hartman. M. SI. Jones. T.
J. Price, G. I). Graw, J. F. Kllgore, Itob
ert Jameson, G. V. i'roebstel.
THE PENDLETON SAVINGS HANK,
Pendleton, Oregon. Organized March 1,
18&0. Capital, 100,000; surplus, $75,-
OOO: Interest allowed on all time deposits.
Exchange bought and sold on all prin
cipal points. . Special attention given to
col lections. . J. rurnisu, presiuem : j
N. Teal, vice-president; T. J. Morris,
cashier; J. W. Maloney, assistant cashier.
FIItST NATIONAL HANK OF PENDLE-
ton. Capital. $70,000: surplus and un
divided profltn, tli5.UOC.00. Transacts a
general banklug business. Exchange
and telegraphic transfers sold on Cblca-
eo. San Francisco, .ew jors ana princi
pal points in tne rtormwesi. i,raiis uruwn
on China, Japan and Europe. Mkes col
lections on reasonable terms. L.evi n
knv. tireslilent: V. F. Matlock, vice-
president; G. M, Itlce, cashier; George
Hartman, Jr., asmant casmer.
ARCHITECTS AND BUILDERS.
C. E. TItOl'TMA.V, ARCHITECT AND
Superintendent, room i". Jii'ia oiocs,
Pendleton, Oregon.
T. F. HOWAKD, AIICIUTECT AND SU
nerintendent. Makes complete and re
liable plans for buildings In the city or
COUUirjl. l.VUU MUU
SIIEEK & COLE, CONTHACTOIIS AND
builders. Estimates furnished on short
notice. Job work a specialty. Prompt
service. Shop ou Illuir street, near Main
n a MAV. COXTIlACTOIt AND ItUILD-
er. Intimates rurnlahed uu all kinds
of masonry, cement walks, stone walls,
etc. Leave orders at i-aii uregooian or-
tlce.
T. M. KEI.I.EIt, I'l.ASTEIU.-NU A rill CB
menting. cement warns a specially,
t-jiilmaies furnished free. Work guaran
teed. Iave orders at Iladley 4 Zehner's
cigar store. Main street, r. O. box 1U4
LIVERY AND FEED STABLE8.
TELEPHONE I.IVEItV STABLE. COUItT
Ktrr. oDuoslte court bouse, Itowera &
Son. proprietors. Always good turnouts.
.. . .. , . . malt. QUI
1 U01IC SCUies. UVUC, IU.IU UU.
OLD DUTCH
Corner West
8. A. Ailoway,
IIE.NIty FEED YAItD,
Alta and LlllltU streets
proprietor. Large com
fortable stalls.
Plenty of feed. Horses
given careful attention.
COMMERCIAL STABLES, G. M. FItOOME
proprietor riue uwi, ivw nevs,
best care given transient stock. Opp.
Hotel Pendleton. 'Phone, main 181.
(mtv r.lVKHY STABLE. ALTA 8TUEET,
Carney & Kennedy, Props., livery, feed
and sales stable. Good rigs at all times.
Cab line In connection. 'Phone, main 701,
BOARDING AND LODGING.
HOTEL ALTA, CORNEU ALTA AND
..an ,i...i. itnerri hv tbe riav or week
Good table set, Itatea, $3.75 and $4.73
ne week. Mrs. L. Ken, rrop. reoaieion
Feed Yard In connection. L. Neff, pro
prietor.
ATHENA HOTEL, LEADING HOTEL IN
the City, al.OV to .uv per uy, 11. i
Mlllen, proprietor.
WHEN YOUrt BUSINESS TAKES YOU
to Helix, stop at the Hotel Hellr. Good
meals and gooa serrne. i. 1
proprietor.
COTTAGE HOTEL-yilKN YOU GO TO
Umatilla stop at the Cottage Hotel,
White help, home cooking, everything
neat and clean, Mrs. jamea u council
proprietor.
IS
MANHOOD RESTORED "cupideme-
i This great Veretabla Vllallzer, the proscription of a famous French pbjilclan, wt9
quickly cure you of all nervous or diaeaaes of ihe general! veonrans, such as I,4,at. afiaas
Cood, laaomal a. 1'ialas In tbe Hack, Memlnul Juilaaluus. Ivervuua Jlcblllty,
t'luplrs, 1nUtucaa to murrV, KKbauatlBS; llrMlua, VMrfcocclr, anil ConalS
WFV a K.
u....,.,,.h,a.iul Mil IhnUrmM
tlOU. 11 aujpa ll lueava piuaiiv
nviitnHiL fjulilK3itlBireiucthena and restores. The reauiu sutferers ara not cured hydootors
labiSilo ninety per cent, are troubled with WeattUUIs. cUl-IDliNB Is Iho only known romedj
to euro wit ho j t anoperaUon. liiD testimonials. A wrltuin guarantee given and money returne.1 If si a
9UOJ
boxes ao u
ailiuouls!
do not effect a peroiaoenv cure. ... k
Sulata. itddreis DA.VOI. UKUlt'iadJ
Sold by Tallman & Co., Druggists,
ATTORNEYS.
11 KAN & PERRY, ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Office orcr Taylor's Hardware store,
Pendleton, Oregon. 1
JAMES A. FEE, LAW OFFICE IN JUDD
building.
BAILEY k LOWELL, ATTORNEYS AT
law. Office In Despatn block.
UALLERAY A M'COUItT,
soclatlon building.
LAWYERS, AS-
CARTER & HALEY, ATTORNEYS AT
law, office In Savings Hank building.
WINTER & COLLIER, LAWYERS, OF
Oce, rooms 7 aud 8. Association build
ing. AARON TURNER
torneys at law.
& F. 1). HOY H. AT
111 Court street.
ST1LLMAN & FIERCE, ATTORNEYS AT
law. Mr. Stlllman has been admitted
to practice In United States patent of
tiers, nnd makes a specialty of patent law.
Rooms 10, 11, 12 and 13, Association
block.
FRATERNAL ORDERS.
H. 1'. O. ELKS, PENDLETON LODGE,
No. 288. Regular meetings first and
third Thursdays of each month. All
brothers visiting ln the city most cordi
ally Invited to attend. Hall In LaDow
block. Court street. G. A. Hartman, Sr.,
I;. It. ; C. U. Hean. secretary.
MEN'S RESORT YOU ARE INVITED.
Free reading room. Why not loin nnd
get the advantage of free bath, use of
punching bag and other eaulnmenta. In
cluding library and reading room. Terms
i.oo to join ana doc a niontn dues.
INSURANCE AND LAND BUSINESS
HARTMAN ABSTRACT CO. MAKES
reliable abstracts of title to all lands
In Umatilla county. Loans ou city and
farm property. Buys and sells nil kinds
of real estate. Does a general brokerage
business. Pays taxes and makes Invest
ments for non-residents. Reference, uny
bank In Pendleton.
G. A. HARTMAN. Pres.
G. A. HARTMAN, JR., Vice Pres.
J. M. BENTLEY REPRESENTS THE
oldest nnd most reliable nre nnd acci
dent Insurance companies. Office with
Hartman Abstract Co.
JOHN HAILEY, JR.. U. S. LAND COM
mi89loner. Specialty made of land til
ings and proof, Insurance and collec
tions. Office In Judd building, room 10.
SECOND.HAND DEALERS.
V. STROBLE. DEALER IN SECOND
hand goods. If there Is uny thing you
need In new and second haud furniture.
stoves, granlteware and crockery, call and
get n Ik prices, no. court street.
FOR RENT.
FOR RENT GOOD FRONT ROOM,
suitable for two gentlemen or two la
dies. Call at 010 Willow street.
MISCELLANEOUS.
WANTED WORK AS CHAMltl'.CMAID OR
Jsnltoress or will work In family. Address
airs same i;aiupoeu, rcuuieiuu, uru.
STRAYED FROM MY PLACE IN NORTH COLD
Snrlnes csnvnn. one inree-vear-oia niacx
horto branded J II 1 on hip and one buy hone
weighing about 1200 pounds, about s years old,
mane roacbed. Reward will bo paid for Infor
mation leading to tbelr recovery. Addreis H.
B. Cbaney, Helix, Oregon, or icava word at r.
u. omce.
EXPRESS WAGON BILLY LEATHERS,
express and light hauling of all kinds,
Wagons at your service day and night.
Telephoue main 101 or call at tbe Com
mei'rial monies, opp. postomce.
SINGER SEWING MACHINE OFFICE,
BOO College street. Repairs for all ma
chines. P. A. I.ovetang, manager.
SF.WEIt CONTRACTORS REED i: LAF
ler make connections with Oie sewer for
business bouses aud private residences.
Terms reasonable. Leave oruera at 1. c
Taylors Hardware store.
1 S. MERRILL, SPOKANE. 'WASH.,
Agent, Deusinore. Second-hand nia
cblues, supplies and repairs.
SEE YOU "UNCLE" WHEN YOU WANT
money. We make loans on personal
property. T, It. Gurdalu, Pawn Broker,
Mllarkry bulldlug, Court ktreet.
WM. F. YOHNKA WILL PAY PRO.M1T
uttentlon to all salt aniT posting bills,
Correspondence solicited. Commission rea
aouable. I'. O. Box 2O0, Pendleton.
DRESSMAKING. CUTj ING AND FIT
11ml- a sneclaltr. Prompt work. Satis
faction guaranteed, Mlks It. ''Whitley,
012 Main street.
PENDLETON STEAM DYE WORKS
730 Cottonwood street, Cleaning, dying
and repairing. Goods called ror anu ue
llrered. 'Phone, main 1001.
WANTED YOUIt OltKItS FOR EN
frrnvf.il cfli-rirf. wedding invitations, etc.
100 engraved vlsltlnc cards with plate,
$1.50; additional cards In future, $1 per
iinruivi'ivANivri Itv THE JAPANESE
House Cleaning Co. Work done by the
.i l.nnr r tnli. Window cleaning
specialty. Prompt service at low prices,
out Harden aireei. i-uone aim n,.
DR. G. GEE WO
woNdbkful
HOMU
TREATMUNT
Tbis wondtrfut Chi
nese doctor Is called
great becaut be curss
Bcopl wlllioul opera
lion thai ara Klveu up
lodle. lie cures with
llioe wonderful C'lil
ne lierbfl, roots, buds,
hmrks and veifelables
that are eallrtly un
knnwn to medical id
encelii Ibis country. n hroUKhlhsuisortbois
lisnnleiw remedies tuts famous doctor knows
he action or over Cddllterent remedies, wlileli
lie U(verul ly unes In dllteieut dlM-aus. II
Kuaruutees lu cure ralarrli, amtiiua, luuir,
IhruMl, rlieuiiistlam. iiervoumieiii, stomach.
llter,Kldueya,elc ! lias hundreds orteallinou
lali, t'lisrses modrrsle. Call and sen him.
I'atlents out of I lie clly writs for blank" and
rin-ulsra. Bi-nd i rents In atanipe. CO.NHIj
TA'IION l-'HEK. AI)IIIIEM
THE G. GEE WO GK.HESE MEDIGIHE CO.
LvJ Alder St., Portland, Oregon.
Mention paper.
UIMUl. I rvuiaturiir. wui,-ii 11 uw mw.w lr
ffhl
i rii r.
JUl'l
nfTiii,iJii... a-irif HKVH f-ti-AntAM thn llve&
imji aia ,or fo-w uj uiaii. hih vr
CO., Saa iVauclico, Cl. '
BBBBBSrfEI
TRANSPORTATION LINE8.
OREGON
Sh OUTLINE
aho union Pacific
TWO
TRAINS TO
DAILY.
THE EAST
Through Pullman standard and Tourist
Sleepers dnllv to Omaha nnd Chicago:
tourist sleeper dally to Kansas City:
through Pullman tourist sleeping cars,
fnersnnnllr conducted! weekly to Chi
cago: reclining chair cara (seats free) to
the i:nst unny.
TIME SCHEDULE FROM PENDLE
TON.
KASTBOUND.
Arrive. Depart.
No. 2, Chicago Special 5 :35 p. ni. 5 :43 p. m.
No. 0, Mall .V Express 4 :.t3 a. in. 4 :45 a. in.
WESTBOUND.
Arrive. Depart.
No. 1, Portlaud Spe
cial u:ooa. m. u:iua.m,
No. 5, Mall nnd Ex
press 12 :2a a. ni. 12 :ao a, m.
SPOKANE DIVISION.
Arrive. Depart.
No. 7, Pendleton Pas
senger u :.!, p, m.
No. S, Spokano Pas
senger 0 :lo.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 dntea subject to change.
Fur Sun Francisco every live days.
SNAKE RIVER.
Rlpnrla to Lewlston Leave Ittpnrln
dally, except Saturday, 4 :0." a. m
i.enve i.ewision daily, except lTiuay,
7 :ti0 a. in.
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 EAST 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 Wulla dally, castbound,
11 :00 p. m.
Arrive Walla Walla dally, westbound,
10:45 n. m.
For Information regarding rates and
accommodations, call on or address
W. ADAMS, Agent,
Pendleton, Oregon
S, II. CALDERIIEAD, 0. P. A
Wulla Walla, Woshlngton.
RUNS PULLMAN 8LEEPING CARS
ELEGANT DINING CAR8
TOURIST 8LEEPING CARS
ST. PAUL
MINNKAI'OLLS
nULUTH
FA ltd O
O RANI) FORKS
CHOOK8TON
WINNEPEQ
I1KLICNA and
UUTTI5.
TO
THROUGH TICKETS TO
CIIICAOO
WAHHINO'i'OK .i
PHILADELPHIA
NKW YORK
HOSTON
And all polntB Kant and South,
Through tickets to Japan and China
via Taioina and Northern I'aclflc Steam
ship Co. and American 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, Oregon, or
A, D. CHARLTON,
Third and Morrison, Hts., Portland, Or,
DELIGHTFUL ROUTE
AYLIQHT IIIDES
IZZY CRAQB
EEP CANYONS
A Golden Opportunity
See nature, In all her glorious
beauty, and then tho acme of
man's handiwork. Tho first
Is found along the lino of
the DENVER & TUO
GRANDE RAILROAD, tho lot.
lattor at tho St. Louis
World's Fair. Your trip will
he ono of pleasure malto
the most of II. For Informa
tion and Illustrated litera
ture write
W, C. M'BRIDE, General Agent,
Portland, Oregon,
HOTELS.
HOTEL
PENDLETON
VAN DRAN BROS., PROPRIETORS.
Tbe Best Hotel in Pendleton
and at good aa any.
Tho Hotel Pondloton hns Just booa
roflttod nnd refurnished throughout.
Phono and flro alarm connoctlons
with nil roomn. Ilnths In suites and
slnglo rooms.
Headquarters for Traveling Men
Commodious Sample Rooms.
Rates $2 00 and $2.56
Spoclnl rates by week or month.
Excellent Culsltio.
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 host. All
modern couvonloncos. Steam heat
throughout. Rooms cn-sulto "vlth
hath. Lnrgo, now samplo rootnB. The
Hotel St. Oconto Is pronounced one
of tho most modern nnd model hotels
of Orceon. 'Phono and Ilro alarm
connections to olllco in nil rooms.
Rooms 50c to $1.50.
CORNER MAIN AND WEBB 8T3.
Block and a half from depot
THE
Hotel Bickers
(Formorly Oolden Ilulo.)
COURT 8TREET. ,
Itomodoled and rofurnlshed through
out. Everything neat, clean and up-to-dato.
Steam hoat and oloctria
lights. Heat culolno. Prompt sorvlce.
H. E. BICKERS, PROPRIETOR,
THE PORTLAND
PORTLAND, OREGON.
American plan, 13 psr day and upward.
Headquarters fur tourists aud commercial
travelers. Kpeclal rates made to famltlasi
ami single gentlemen. The manage meat
will bo pleased at all ttmea to shew
rooms and give priced. A modern Tort
Is)! bath rsTablUhment In the hotel.
II. C. IIOWKRH, Manager.
The Columbia
Lodging House
Well ventilated, neat and com- ,e
fortable rooms, good bods, Par
lu connection, whoro boat 2
goods are served.
Main streot, center of block,
between Alta and Webb
streets.
F. X. SCHEMPP
Proprietor