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    DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, THUR8DAY,. MAY 5, 1804.
UtfG THE EXCHANGES
iNbAJNJJ Jit Mr IK ii
lll'lllRB
: of Ma"10. V "n, that
ker Cit'n the neBllBnco of
Have b,,t ,nny
to a lo
kZ aiming 1" R
5 pl ! on who have gone
RTu moments to hide
Pie IJ51 ioc nf mnnv
, tpi,P gall -
I- 1,1P I,l tfl HIIVO
ml lnt fnu inn
rrlWo fto is
ir,StW,U.n doctors
Iln"- . . ... nut (if
a .... 1. 1.1,,,,, id IlllMll.
, in ts i""1" hi"-"
,1,, of proioc u.k - -
rcta thorn ami " -
Ul and suffering goes on
among younB "-"""j
fare nes ecteu im-m a.-.
Eta what they have ono
L a.l disgrace stares them
ie Some oi inuin
L health and try to load n
r ... ...i.n n.nnv pnntlntiu
i? we wuiii, -
the primrose path. Baker
had boon pitted last fall, If I had a
ranch In tho Clearwater country I
would ralso 20 or 30 acres of potatoes
ovory year. There Is usually a mar
ket for them nt good profitable prices,
and If there should be an off year In
the market the potatoes are worth
for stock food more than tho cost, of
raising them."
"What vnrletles would you suggest
to ho planted for market?" was nsked.
"A whlto potato always," said Mr.
Crum, "nnd a round white potato Is
tho favorlto In most of tho markets."
Lowlston Tribune.
lid
Let Potato Country.
JiroS. & Crum report uiu im
L... nimnt nil completed
feason They load tholr last
tak Friday The uiearwntor
i coming to the front ns a
Iroducer When (piestioneii
e adaptability of tno son oi
-ater country for raising po-
cnini R.ilil "I know of no
L well adapted to the rain-
fctjtoM as the fortllo soil oi
L-inr Potatoes crow larg-
fe better and can be rnlsod
omensH than In any country
J Many of the farmers did not
potatoes until tney wore
r markflt this stirlliE. nnd
l fully as well as though they
Wallowa Remembers Sacajawea.
Tho entertainment Inst Saturday
evening by tho Ladles' Commercial
Club was tinituie and woll carried out.
The program consisted of a panto
ml mo Illustration of Longfollow's
poem, "Hiawatha." Tho stage set
tings wore of Indian Hfo and tho
characters wore dressed In true In
dian stylo. Miss Helen Bell repre
sented Mlunohnhn and C. M. Lock
wood performed tho part of Hiawa
tha. Many of the disguises were so
comploto that tho most Intlmnto
friends could not recognize them. A
pnrt of the proceeds will bo donated
to the fund with which a memorial
stntuo of Sacnjawca, tho Indian girl
guide of Lewis and Clark, to bo erect
ed for tho lflOn exposition nt Port
land. Wallowa Democrat.
Coat Made of Elks' Teeth.
Hubert 13. Olbb, tho original dlscov
nwr nf thn Auburn irnlil flnlds In 1RC1
and who loft for tho East a year or
two nttor mat, not returning here un
til last March, writes from Phllatlcl-
nli In iiiulnr ilntn nf tho 27th nil., to
L. Mendelsohn, that he arrived home
In good health, and referring to n talk
nbout oiks' tooth while here, said he
saw a coat that was bought In Wash
ington that hnd 1100 teeth on it, both
sides alike, and that It wns priced to
him at $1,000. and hopes on his next
trio west to bo ab'o to secure this
treasure. Ho adds that there aro at
lpnKt r.nn nnrrect teeth In the coat
that would sell for not loss than $10
per pair. Haker uity Democrat.
BUSINESS CARDS, SOCIETIES
PROFESSIONS AND TRADES
TRANSPORTATION LINES.
PHYSICIANS.
DR. V. O. COLE, OFFICE IX JUDD
building. Office hours, 10 to 12 a. m :
1 to 0 p. m. Telephones: Office main
1S71 ; residence, main 1381.
J. L. MILLER, M. D. DKSPAIN 11LOCK.
Treats and corrects eje troubles, ca
tarrhal conditions and Impaired hearing,
('.losses correctly fitted for refractive er
rors. Telephone, main 1011.
DRS. SMITH & RIXGO. OFFICE OVEU
the 1'endleton Savings ltank. Tele
phone 301 J residence telephone, main
inoi.
II. S. GARFIELD, M. D. HOMEOPATHIC
physician nnd surgeon. Office In Judd
building. Telephones : Office, black 1411 ;
residence, black 24.
DR. D. J. M'FAUL, JUDD IH.OCK. TELE
phone, main 031 ; residence, black 101.
Dll. T. M. HENDERSON, PHYSICIAN
nnd surgeon. Office In Savings llnnk
building, room 1. Office 'rhone, main
1411 ; residence, red 1223.
DR. LYNN K. BLAKESLEE, CHRONIC.
nnd nervous disease nnd diseases of I
women. .Judd building, corner Main and
Court streets. Office 'phone, main "21 ;
residence, red 1153. --Kay therapeutics
ATTORNEYS.
I1EAN & PERRY, ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Office over Taylor's Hardware store,
Pendleton, Oregon.
JAMES A. FEE, LAW OFFICE IN JUDD
building.
HAILEY & LOWELL, ATTORNEYS AT
law. Office In Despaln block.
HALLERAY & M'COURT, LAWYERS, As
sociation building.
CARTER & HALEY, ATTORNEYS AT
law, .office In Savings ltank building.
WINTER .1 COLLIER, LAWYERS, OF
lice, rooms 7 and 8, Association bulld-Inc-
,
AARON TURNER & E. I). ltOYD, AT
torneys ut law. Ill Court street.
DR. LENA ALLEN IIOONE, OSTEOPATH.
Residence, Thompson street, between
Court and Water streets. 'PUone, black
1024. Nervous diseases a specialty.
DR. L. FRASCKS THOMPSON, OSTKOPAT1IIC
Physician, graduate A T. Still school,
klrksvlllB. Mo. Olllce, II tel nickers side en
trance; office days, luemlsji, Tliudsys and
Satunlajs.
A. H. MARTIN, M. D., DP.SPAIN P.LOCK,
Court street, over Koeppen's drug store.
Speclnl nttentlon to skin diseases.
VETERINARY SURGEONS.
IE!
REVEWED
Asparagus, 10c, S for 25e.
Popcorn, shelled, 10c lb, 3 for 25.
larkets are beginning to pick
literal strength, and in some
prices as well. The green
tare beginning to come In,
lgh they come a littlo dear
Bhey are welcome. Strawber-
harbingers of spring, are
Bhe market at 25 cents a box
but the price will begin to
seek or two, when the local
fcmmenee to bo harvested.
products are about on a
Bl, with the prices quoted last
Is nothing doing In the meat
e than to supply the local
but the mutton sales will
a short time, now that the
h been clipped and tho mut-
(tp are ready for sale.
VEGETABLES.
tu, 2c per lb.
ips, 10 lbs 25c.
pes, iiic per lb.
. Wc per lb
Ise 5c per lb.
I'. 6c per lb.
lies, 5c per bunch
' onions, 5e per bunch, 3 for
Walla spinach, 5c per lb.
I 10c bunch. 3 In
Ice, hothouse, 5c bunch.
F'UI, 4c lb,
M. 5c bunch.
FRUITS.
Dananas, 40c dozen.
Lemons, 40c dozen.
Oranges, 4050c dozen.
Strawberries, 25c box.
i Santal-Pepsin Capsules
ruairiVE CURE
I &fJ??.Tla,I?'UanorOatank
CS, , No can no pay.
VR P?'" qolekir and tonal-
"if a wont oases of
Mnuttarofhowlo.! suad'
nt ATAWP8( CO.,
F- W. Schmidt & Co.
SIER'SPILLS
I 1.ihi tZ... ,ui-1 TVMrt.
MWuimiL alf. K Uer. IdritM
'"Li'fcA?,1,"u"1"i : iM.t
MEN AND WOMEN.
tecou" JMBbraiwi
rsioiiu, and not ultai
I ""idbr Dmaiil-,
f sett in pUln
Mtes'
Ud An. , Ua'OCS
' ab1rnt Wanted,
tn . Absolutelv o.,,n.
Ho. p,!' rr part cuinro
Rr W7?IT' BOX
f ""ppea & Ti:' 'r saio uy
' Bros Pendloton.
It lit 1 i
lyBinu10 staff
.!f!K.SL'nrqnIc, nrl.
5- 6 sJf.hn?.7:,lnPolo
1 iieto Jsr. PhBSu'fnl-etarih.
LIVESTOCK AND POULTRY.
The following prices are paid by
dealers to the producer:
Turkeys, 1214c.
Chickens, hens, 8c; ?34 per doz
en: roosters, 4Cc.
Geese, per dozen, $9.
Ducks, per dozen, ?3.504.
Butter, 5075c, good.
Eggs, fresh, 12c.
RETAIL GROCERY PRICES.
Coffee Mocha and Java, best, 40c
per lb.; next grade 35c per lb; lower
grades coffoo, 25c to 15c per lb.;
package coffee, 20c per 1b,
Jtlce Best head rice, 15c per lb.;
next grade, 12,4c per lb.
Sugar Cano granulated, best $G.b0
per sack; do 13 pounds JL
Salt Coarse, $1.00 per 100; table,
,?2.50 per 100.
Flour B. B., $4.25 per barrel;
Walters', J4.25 per barrel, $1.10 per
sack.
. Bacon 14 22c.
Ham 1722c.
Lard 70c 5 pounds; $1.40 10
pounds.
Stock salt $1 Back, $14 ton.
CHOICE BEEF CATTLE, ETC.
Steers, $3.253.S5.
Cows, $2.502.85.
Hogsi live, 5C.
Hogs, dressed, 57c.
Veal, drossed, C7c.
Sheep, $22.50.
HAY AND FEED.
Chop barley, $25 per ton;
per lb.
Chopped wheat, ,1.40 per 100.
Bran, 60c per sack.
Shorts, $1 per Back.
Oats, lc per i .
Alfalfa, loose, $15 per ton.
Wheat, loose, $15 per ton.
Timothy, baled, per ton $20.
JUSTICE IN A BROTHEL.
City Official of Wardner Had His Of.
fice in the Tenderloin.
A special from Wardner, Idaho, to
the Spokesman-Itevlew says:
John Parsons, a local Justice or tho
peace, was convicted today boforo
Justice ICclly on a charge of living In
a houso of 111 fomo. Sentence will bo
tlxed next Monday. He gave notice
of appeal.
Parsons appeared ns his own at
torney and mado a hard light. Ho
did not attempt to deny that he lived
In the hotiBo, but mado his fight on
technicalities in tho complaint. Ho
was chnrgod with living In -a brothel,
and set up n novel defense, that tho
word "live" means to "exist," and
sinco ho oxlstod by eating at Pago'a
hotel, thorefore he could not bo con
victed of "living" in a houso of 111
fame. Ho also attackod tho complaint
on tho ground that tho charg'o that
ho was a lowd and dlssoluto person
had not been provon, and therefore
tho complaint could not hold,
Deputy Sheriff Elliott, who sworo
to tho complaint, tostlllod that It was
nocossary to go to tho brothol to lo
cate Parsons, and that Parsons kept
all his olllclul papors thoro, as well
as his typowrltor and clothes.
viyrnwNAiiY suitnnox nit. d c
McNubb. Office nt Tnllman's drug
store.
DENTISTS.
Hit. SI. 8. KKItN, DENTAL STJltUUON.
Office, room 15, Judd building
II. A. VAUC-IIAN, UKXTIST. OKl'ICi: IN
Judd building. 'Phone, red 1411.
BANKS AND BROKERS.
1'IItST NATION At JANK 01' ATHENA,
Oregon. Capital, $Mi,COO ; surplus nnd
profits, $12,(100.00. Interest on time de
posits. Deals in foreign nnd domestic
exchange. Collections promptly ntteuded
to. Henry C. Adams, president ; T. J.
Kirk, vice-president; T. S. I.eOrow, cash
ier ; I. M. Kemp, assistant cashier.
THE FAIt.MEItS' HANK OF WESTON,
Weston, Oregon. Does a general bank
lug business. Exchnnge bougbt nnd sold.
Collections promptly attended to. It.
Jameson, president ; George W. I'roebstel,
vice-president ; J. It, Kllgorc, cashier ; di
rectors, O. A. llartmnn, M. M. Jones, T.
J. Price. O. 11. Oraw, J. F. Kllgore, Itob
ert Jameson, 0. W. I'roebstel.
THE PENDLETON SAVINGS HANK,
Pendleton, Oregon. Organized March 1,
1880. Capital, $100,00u; surplus, 17.1,
000 ; Interest allowed on all time deposits.
Exchnnge bought and Bold on all prin
cipal points. . Speclnl nttentlon given to
collections. W. J. Furnish, president; J.
N. Teal, vice-president; T. J. Morris,
cnsbler; J, W. Maluney, assistant cashier.
FIliST NATIONAL HANK OF PENDLE
ton. Capital, f 70,U00; surplus and un
divided profits, fljs.ooo.oo. Transacts n
general banklug business. Exchnnge
nnd telegraphic transfers sold on Chica
go, San Frauclsco, New York and prlncl
ul points In the Northwest. Drafts drnwn
mi China, Japun and Europe. Makes col
lections on reasonable terms. Levi An.
keny. president: W, F. Matlock, vice
president; O. M. Illce, cashier; George
Hartman, Jr., assistant cashier.
ARCHITECTS AND BUILDERS.
C. E. TltOUTMAN, AIICHITECT AND
Superintendent, room 12 Judd block,
Pendleton, Oregon.
T. F. IIOWAKI), AIICHITECT AND Su
perintendent. Makes complete nnd re
liable plaus for buildings In the city or
couutry, Itoom 17, Judd building.
SHEER & COLE, CON TKACTOItS AND
builders. Estimates furnished on short
notice. Job work a specialty. Prompt
service. Shop on liluff street, near Main.
D. A. MAY, CONTItACTOIt AND UUILD
or. Intimates furnished on nil kinds
of masonry, cement walks, stone walls,
etc. Leave orders nt East Oregonlun of
Uce.
T. M. KKLLElt. I'l.ASTEItlNG AND CE
mentlng. Cement walks a specialty.
Estimates furnished fiee. Work guaran
teed, Leave orders at Iladley 4 Zehners
cigar store. Main street. 1'. O. box 104.
LIVERY AND FEED STABLES,
TELEPHONE LIVEltY STAliLH. COUItT
Street, opposite court house, llowers &
Son, proprietors. Always good turnouts.
Public seales. 'Phone, main 381.
OLD DUTCH 1IENUY FEED YAItD,
Corner West Alta and Llllltli streets.
S. A. Alloway, proprietor. Large com
forUble stalls. Plenty of feed. Horses
given careful attention,
COMMERCIAL STABLES, G. M. FllOOME
proprietor. Fine horses, good rigs,
beat care given transient stock. Opp.
Hotel Pendleton. 'Phone, main 101.
CITY LIVEKY STABLE. ALTA STREET,
Carney & Kennedy, Props., livery, feed
nnd Eaten stable. Oood rigs at all times.
Cab line In connection. 'Phone, main 701
BOARDING AND LODGING.
STILLMAN Jc PIKUCE, ATTORNEYS AT
law. Mr. Stlllmnn has been admltteil
to practice In United States patent o
flees, nnd makes a specialty of patent law.
Rooms 10, 11, 12 and 13, Association
block.
FRATERNAL ORDERS.
11. V. O. ELKS. PENDLETON LODaE.
No. 2SS. Regular meetings first and
third Thursdays of each month. All
brothers visiting In the city most cordi
ally Invited to attend. Hnll lit I.aDow
block, Court street. U. A. Hartman, Sr.,
E. 11, ; 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 and other equipments, In
cluding library and reading room. Terms
$1.00 to Join ana 50c a month dues.
INSURANCE AND LAND BUSINESS
HARTMAN ABSTRACT CO. MAKES
reliable abstracts of title to all lands
In Umatilla county. Loans ou city nnd
farm property. Buys and sells all kinds
of real estate. Does a general brokerage
business, l'njs taxes and makes Invest
ments for nou-resldents. Reference, uny
bauk In Pendleton.
O. A. HARTMAN, Pres.
(1. A. HARTMAN, JR., Vice Pres.
J. M. BENTLEY REPRESENTS THE
oldest nnd most reliable lire nnd acci
dent Insurance companies. Office with
Hnrtman Abstract Co.
JOHN HAILEY, JR., U. S. LAND COM
mlssloner. Special!- made of land til
ings nnd proof. Insurance and collec
tions. Office In Judd building, room 1(1.
SECOND-HAND DEALERS.
V. STROBLE. DEALER IN SECOND
hand goods. If there Is nnythlng you
need In new and second-hand furniture,
stoves, grnnlteware and crockery, call and
get tils prices, no. 212 Court street.
FOR RENT.
FOR RENT GOOD FRONT ROOM,
suitable for two gentlemen or two la
dlea. Call at 010 Willow street.
MISCELLANEOUS.
FOUKD-A POCKKTIIOOK OWNER OAK
have same r.y describing nronertv and pay
ing (or this notice. Cill on Con McConaglU at
Hotel l'smueton.
STRAYED FROM MY PLACE IN NORTH COLD
Springs canyon, one tbree-rear-old black
bono branded J II P on hip and one bny bone
weighing about 120(1 ponnds, nbout H years old,
mane roached. Kew ard will be paid for Infor
mation leading to tbelr recovery. Addrets It,
u. linsney, uenx, uregon, or tca word at J-.
O. olllce
EXPRESS WAGON BILLY LEATHERS
express and light hauling of all kinds
Wagons at your service day and night
Telephone main 1111 or call at the Com
merclal Stables, opp. postofflce.
SINGER SEWING MACliiNE OFFICE
COO College street. Repairs for ill tuu
chines. P. A. Lovetnng, manager.
SEWER CONTRACTORS REED 4 LAF
ler make connections with tjie sewer for
business bouses nnd private residences.
Terms reasonable. Leave orders at T, C.
Taylor's Hardware store.
F. B. MERRILL, SPOKANE. WASH.,
Agent, Deusmore. Second liund ma
chines, supplies and repulis.
SEE YOU "UNCLE" WHEN YOU WANT
money. We make loans on personal
property. T. B. Gurdalu, Pawn Broker,
Mllarkey building, Couit street.
WM. F. YOILNKA WILL PAY PROMPT
attention to all sales und posting bills.
Correspondence solicited. Commission rea
sonable. I', O. Box 2U0, Pendleton.
DRESSMAKING, CL'Ti LNO AND FIT
ting a sueclalty. Prompt work. Satis
faction guaranteed. Miss It, Wbltley,
012 Main street.
PENDLETON STEAM DYE WORKS
730 Cottonwood street. Cleaning, dying
and repairing. Goods called for and de
livered, l'tioue, main 1001.
WANTED YOUR ORERS FOR EN
graved curds, wedding Invitations, etc. ;
11,11 .ni,r...,l .....I. uillh .ilat
$1.50; additional cards In future, $1 per
HOUSE-CLEANING BY THE JAPANESE
House-Cleaning Co. Work done by the
day, hour or job. Window cleaning a
specialty. Prompt service at low prices
004 Garden atreet. 'Phone Main 1171.
HOTEL ALTA, CORNER ALTA AND
Mill streets. Boatd by the day or week
Good tuble set. Rates. $3.75 and 4..j
per week. Mrs. L. Neff, Prop. Pendleton
Feed Yard In connection. L. refr, pro
prletor. I
ATHENA HOTEL, LEADING HOTEL IN
the city, $1.00 to $1.G0 per day. II. 1 -
Milieu, proprietor.
. 1
WHEN YOUR BUSINESS TAKES YOU
to Helix, stop at the Hotel Helix. Good
meals and good service. T. U. vt impy,
proprietor.
COTTAQE HOTEL WHEN YOU GO TO j
Umatilla stop at me touuge
Whltn lieln. home cooking. everything
neat nnd clean. Mrs, James O'Tonuell,
proprietor.
BR. G. GEE WO
WONDHRPUL
HOMIi ,
TREATMENT
'J hit wonderful rbN
iwe doctor Ii citllrri
great bcuft be curt
people without open
iloo Uiftt are given up
to die, Jle cure with
tliu wouderful Cii
uee herbi,rootj(bu4tf.
barks aud vegetable
that are entirely uu
kuowo to medical id-
ence la tblacduutr, Tbrougb tbe uof tboke
liurmleA remedies this fa mo us doctor Iviiomh
llieuctluiiof over 00 dlrTerhiit remedies, which
hf surcfj(full'ues lu dllTereut dlwwves, Jle
Kuuruutees to cure raturrb ivithma, tunic,
thruut, rlieuinuliMiii. ntruuneHS( stoiuacii.
vt-r, kldny,eU' t hashuudreds ofteHtfinon
la k, Cliuricea mode rule. Call und see him.
J'uileiils out of the, city write for blanks and
if'.aurx. Bend 4 t-entit in stamps. (UHU
i VI ltlN I ltKK. ADJHI
THE C. GEE WO CHINESE MEDICINE CO.
lJ Alder St., Portland, Oregon.
Mention paper.
OREGON
S&iOirLlNE
HOTEL8.
HOTEL
PENDLETON
VAN DRAN BROS., PROPRIETORS.
The Best Hotel in Pendleton
and as good as any.
and UNION PACIFIC
TWO TRAINS TO THE EAST
DAILY.
Thronch rullmnn standard and Tourist
Sleepers dally to Omaha and Chlcaco!
tourist sleeper dally to Kansas City ;
through I'nltman tourist steeplnc cars,
(nersnnnllv conducted! weekly to Chi
cacot reclining chair cars (seats free) to
the East dally.
TIME SCHEDULE FROM PENDLE-
TON.
EASTtlOVND.
Arrive. Depart.
No. 2, Chicago Special C :3 p. m. 5 U5 p. m,
No. C, Mall K Express 4 :.13 a. m. -1 :43 a. m.
WESTBOUND.
Arrive. Depart.
No. 1, I'ortland Spe
cial t:O0a.in. 0:10 a.m.
No. Ii. Mali and Ex
press 12:23 a, m. 12 :30 a. m.
Sl'OICANE DIVISION.
Arrive. Depart.
No. 7, 1'endleton 1'as
seuger 3 :33 p. m.
No. S. Spokane I'as
senger 0 :10 n. 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
I'ROM PORTLAND.
All sailing dates subject to chnngt!.
l'or San l'ranclsco every live days.
SNAKE RIVER.
litpnrln to Lewlston Leave Rlpnrta
dally, except Saturday, 4 :03 n. m.
Leave Lewlston 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, Kqnsas
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 Walla dally, eastbound
1 1 :(( n. in.
Arrive Walla Wulla dally, westbound,
10:45 ii. in.
l'or Information regarding rates and
accommodations, call on or address
W. ADAMS, Agent,
Pendleton, Oregon.
S, II. CALDEIIIIEAD. (1. 1'. A.,
Walla Walla, Washington.
RUNS PULLMAN 8LEEPING CARS
ELEGANT DINING CAR8
TOURIST SLEEPING CARS
ST. PAUL
MINNKAl'OLIS
DULUTII
FAHQO
TO ailANI) KOIIKS
CHOOKSTON
WINNEI'KG
HHLICNA and
BUTT 13.
THROUGH TICKETS TO
CHICAOO
WASHINGTON
PHILADELPHIA
NI5W YOHK
I10STON
And all (joints Knst and South.
Through tickets to Japan and China,
via racoma and rtortneru pacific Htesm
ship Co. and American line.
TIME 8CHEDULE.
Trains leave Pendleton dally except
Sunday, at 7 :ou p. m.
Kor further Information, time cards.
maps and tickets, rail on or write W.
Adsms, Pendleton, Oregon, or
A. V. CHARLTON,
Third and Morrison, Sts., Portland, Or,
MANHOOD RESTORED "CUPIDENE"
Thii irrnut. Vegetable Vlutllier, tlie inescrliitlon of a famous Freocb LhrtlclaD, via
oulutlf curovou of U nervous oriiueaiuiaor tiioKeucrutlf ourKSus,iiucn as I.o.t SIuw
iiinVMrnTra (UiluHN K streujitheru aua restores, tdo niabm suirorers aro not curou hj doctors
1uSm nlnet? v-'r "cm-t"!ublod with IVo.lutUI.. JU1'I HUNK Is the oulr known reniedr
if.iiTrTi Jithuut an oiMiratlou. 6jUX)test inonlali. A writtva guurantee a veu andiuoDejr returned If sis
5Kt Strict S fTon SSenire. l.o abo.i sir for KM by mail. Xond fe Ac clro'ilar and
".lUuoaUU. Aditresi TU.VVOI. MKIUC'INK CO., Sua ruuel.co, Cut. '
Sold by Tallman & Co., Druggists.
DKLIGIITFUL nOUTB
AVLIGHT HIDES
IZZY CHAOS
EKP CANYONS
A Golden Opportunity
See nature, In all her glorious
beauty, and then the acme of
man's handiwork. Tho first
la found along the line of
the DENVER & IUO
GRANDE RAILROAD, the lat
latter at the St. Louis
World's Fair. Your trip will
bo one of pleasure make
the most of It, For Informa
tion and Illustrated litera
ture write
W. C. M'BRIDE, General Agent,
Portland, Oregon.
Tliu Hotel Peiulletcm has Junt boon
roflttcd nnd refurnished throiiRliouL
'Phono and tiro alarm connections
with nil rooms, llntlis In suites find
single rooms.
Headquarters for traveling Men
Commodious Sample Rooms.
Rates $2 00 and $2.50
Speclnl rntes by wook or month.
Excellent Cuislno.
Prompt Dining Room Scrvlcs.
Bar and Dllllard Room In Connection
Only Three Blocks From Depot.
Hotel St. George
GEO. DARVEAU, PROPRIETOR.
European plnn. Everything first,
class. Accommodations tho best. All
modern couvonloncofl. Stoam heat
throughout. Rooms on-ntilto 'vlth
hath. Largo, new sample rooms, Tho
Hotel St. Georgo Is pronounced one
of tho most modern and model hotels
of Oregon. 'Phono nnd flro alarm
connections to olllco In all rooms.
Rooms 50c to $1.50,
CORNER MAIN AND WEBB STS.
Block and a half from depot.
THE
Hotel Bickers
(Formerly Golden Rulo.)
COURT STREET.
lBntffIS'M 'ff it B
Remodeled and refurnished through
out. Everything neat, clean and up-to-date.
Stoam heat and electric
lights. Dost cuisine. Prompt service).
H. E. BICKERS, PROPRIETOR.
THE PORTLAND
PORTLAND, OREGON.
American plan, $3 per day and upward.
Headquarters for tourist aud commercial
travelers. Special rate made to famllUa
and single gentlemen, The mansg-emeat
will be pleased At all times to show
rooms nnd give prices. A modern Turk
Ish bath establishment In the hotel,
II, C. 1IOWKRS, Manager.
The Columbia
Lodging House
Well ventilated, neat and com.
forlablo rooms, good beds. Par
In connection, where best
goods ure served.
Main street, center of block,
between Alta and Webb
streets.
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F. X. SCHEMPP
Proprietor
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