East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, May 19, 1904, DAILY EVENING EDITION, Page PAGE SEVEN, Image 7

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    EIGHT PASES.
DAILY EAST OREQONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY, MAY 19, 1904.
rAUc Dtvisni
iMONG THE EXCHANGES
mrTT? 1"rWTT A "NJi T? TV 1DTT1
Student on Trip.
r Lehrunkraiiss. a German stu
r -.no of the Inrse Oerman
lnjui - . . , ,
n do iiecuiisu t
,'Lhin was given a trip through
lulled States, all expeusi-s ,,.....
u hycorobe Invited him to talk
,.riLi In veterinary science
rsdav morning, ....." -
rs ..... m Oermany." He gave a
v" .. .1L- nllhnnell It Was
v interest"' """-- -,,, ,
.!. Hh snohe ui ........ .
nir as nr;iiv... ---- -
of the problems they have to
""''..l .so s.K)ke of the effect of
enforced service ui iu ...
nnv He said tt was noi nuiiiur
ine but tended to keep men from
L,i hrintr them to the city
'.L.. hn.i learned city ways while
the arm)' uorvama
nin county Wheat Crop.
vnrv reliable source It is
ihr acreage In wheat In
ui ..... I. l.n...
nniinlv Ills yuur m uuuui
noo acres These figures imu ut.-t.-u
... .. i.i- n mrflful estimate of tho
... onnii tnwnshin. and trlbu-
.. nh ivnrphouse and shipping
int In Franklin county , i"u
nnell Statesman,
..i- . i nond t tin r h rn ni:iin
ucu . -
untj- contains. In round numoers,
townships, or over one million
acres of land. 85,000 acres does not
seem so much. It is mnfliinniK- i..
.lleved that another year will see 100,-
uuu acres oi wneat seeded In tho
county, as there has been a great tit!al
of sod turned under this Knrlnn-.in
dltion to land already In cultivation.
Snow Seven Feet Deep In Thunder.
C. C. Randall, nf lint T-nl-n
on tho south fork nf
on the routo of tho new Thunder
Mountain road, was In the city yes
terday cettlnc sunnllrs fnr Vila 1, fit a-i1
antl General storp u-hlrh hp
there. Mr. Randall left homo Monday,
May , and came out by easy stages,
stopping at a number of places on the
way. When he left hnm hn snl.1 tlm
snow was still seven feet deep on Big
Creek summit and he would not ad
vise anyone to try to cross tho sum
mit yet. However, ho snld the snow
was all off In Scott valley and along
tho south fork of the Salmon. Boise
Capital News.
British Tibetan Crisis.
London, May 19. The Central News
loams that In ponspnnrnrn nf Ininnrr.
ant news from Tibet tho cabinet has
been hastily summoned to meet. In
the highest political circles it Is be
lieved the government will be com
pelled to undertake an extensive Tib
etan campaign.
OMNIA
WATTERSON UNRELENTING.
'I tire two nilnr Caiearett for Iniomnla. with
ilea 1 lata btn affllcled for over twenty reara.
1DOI, u,..aru, Aigiu, i.i.
Best For
ineDoweis
C-m -v s lt a Wvv
FltUint. Palatable, Potent, Tuta Good. Do Hood,
em blckeo, Weaken or Orlpe, inc. 25c. Me. Nover
old Id balk. The eennlne tablet atampea uuu
uiuuad to cure or your money back.
Sterling Remedy Co., Chlcaco or N.Y. 597
MHMII Sal P. TCM Hit I MV liiYFC
The Columbia
Lodging House
Well ventilated, neat and com-
tollable rooms, good beds. Bar
In connection, where beat
goods are served.
Mala street, center of block,
between AUa and Webb
streets. I
F. X. SCHEMPP
Proptfcfor
Editor of Courier-Journal Scorches
William Randolph Hearst.
Louisville, May 19. In a scathing
editorial In the Courier-Journal Henry
Watterson denounces the methods and
men employed by W. R. Hearst to ob
tain the votes of the Kentucky dele
gates to the St. Louis convention.
Watterson declares his belief that
Hearst Is Insane. He says:
"Of Hearst himself the Courier
Journal desires to speak, and has from
the first spoken In terms of personal
kindness,
"There are some reasons why we
prefer to hold him In friendly regard;
none why we should not. That ho is
an Insane man ought by this time to
he clear to all who have watched the
course of his truly Insane campaign.
"Two million dollars is a good sum
even to the Hearst estate, though any
one with an occasional gleam of sani
ty ought to know that under the con
ditions which face Hearst $200,000,000
would not suffice.
"And so It Is that we unhesitating
ly declare It our fixed belief that the
explanation of a spectacle so astound
ing, so revolting, may be found In the
circumstance that Hearst Is men
tally unbalanced and not wholly re
sponsible for what would otherwise bo
the most gigantic fake not even ex
cepting the affaire Humbert of mod
ern times In this or in any other country."
O
CANTY'S PARLORS !
OF AMUSEMENT I
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
A Cure .for Piles.
"I had a bad case of plies," says
O. F. Carter, of Atlanta, Ga., "and
consulted a physician who advised
me to try a box of DeWitt's Witch
Hazel Salve. I purchased a box and
was entirely cured.' It Is splendid
for piles, giving relief instantly, and
I heartily recommend It to all suffer
ers." DeWUt's Witch Hazel Salve Is
unequaled for its healing qualities.
Eczema and other skin diseases, also
sores, cuts, burns and wounds of
every kind are quickly cured by It,
Sold by Tallman & Co.
BANKERS' CONVENTION.
Santal-Pspsui Capsules
nt Inflammation or OaUrrk
eUh BlfeUtf mmt niaMia
Aianaja. .0 care) do pay.
Onrw qoUUr aad Pern
asstl? Uu went, eM of
UowrrbH.aliltMt,
U iuur0f bowjoajjuoj.
!M AbaoluUly awaileaa.
Bold by dnmUU., Prloa
Sold by F. w. Schmidt & Co.
CHICHESTER'S PILLS
k!i,,5?.,f.T.t!'."'1"- UU.,a.a dnffUt
uituuu. C'kUkrt;kllfc,
-aM i-niiA. ra,
NMENANIWIMEN.
Cae Bl(3 for nnnatoxa
r Aaanata lr it Lit (, J.r V l,lrtbtul
J'.TfT.S'.' r.rSo Utl:
i , 'wwuiui, or pouoooua.
k-u.. m-ft teat la Blalo vraxrt
If-OO. ,or botUaa, H.VS.
1 Circular oeut ou naaaat,
MEH
Tlie DR. MEBIG STAFF
ui? i-itumuj lor meu, con
RS."! i2 L Sl chronic, prl-
tu ... "I
"tin,"' rM1r VVay,8ettle, fruU. CU
Home tt 06 Ea, the Owl Tea
Callfornlans in Session at Los Angeles,
California,
Los Angeles, Ual May 19. There
was little room to spare In the large
assembly hall of the Hotel Angelus
when at 10 o'clock this morning, the
eleventh annual convention of the
California State Bankers' Association
was called to order by the president,
J. K. Lynch of San Francisco. Those
In attendance numbered se-eral hun
dred and Included the foremost bank
ers and financiers of the state.
The opening feature of the program
was an address of cordial welcome by
Mayor Snyder, to which response was
made in behalf of the association by
Joseph D. Radford of San Jose. The
president's annual address and the re
ports of the other officers, followed
by the appointment of the usual com
mittees, occupied the remainder of
the morning. The afternoon program
provides for addresses by J, A. Graves
of Los Angeles, A. Kairns of San
Francisco, and Herman Silver, chair
man of the board of bank commission
era.
Ladles and Children
Who cannot stand the shocking
strain of laxative syrup and cathartic
pills are especially fond of Little
Early Itlsors. All persons who find
It necessary to take a liver medicine
hnniii trv trinsn piisv nllls. and com
pare the agreeably pleasant and
strengthening enect wun me nause
ating and weakening conditions fol
thA use of other remedies.
Little Early Risers cure biliousness,
constipation, sick neaaacne, jaunaice,
malaria and liver troubles. Sold by
Tallman & Co.
New Bishop of Albany.
Aii.nnv n Y.. Mav 19. The conse
cration of the Rev. Richard H. Nelson
of Philadelphia as bishop coadjutor
of the Episcopal dloceso of Albany,
took place In this city today and was
tho most brilliant ceremony of the
kind that lias over ianen puuiu iu m
um, it imenn In All Saints' cathe
dral at 10:30 o'clock this morning and
consumed several Hours, ine vast
auditorium was crowded to the doors
and hundreds would have liked to se
cure tickets of admission, but wero
refused.
BUSINESS CARDS, SOCIETIES
PROFESSIONS AND TRADES
PHYSICIANS. FRATERNAL ORDERS.
DtfLr0, SSi,B,K0m,CE ,S JUDD 1'. KLKS, l'KNDLKTON 1 01)0 K,
building. Office hour. 10 to 12 a. in.: No. 28S. Kegular mating, flnt ami
11T1- rJL?;.. Tel,fph?2: 0Sltt m,n ,blrJ Thursday., of fcb month. All
13.1. residency main 13S1. brothrra TUUInB In the city most cordl.
nnq qmitit i i,.w ..." .,.. Hy InvltiM to attend. Hall In IUotr
thi IVn2iL 5I.00, " 'CE OVKM block. Court trt. . A. lUrtman. Sr..
15 rCTl'lt tfl'phone, mala .
K9U MKN'S ItKSOUT YOU AKI5 1NVITKD.
7, . ,.,,,. Kre reading room. Why not Join anil
nh?ri,inVD' M a "OMnOPATUIC eet the adraStage of frJ bath, ii.e of
hnffiKL n. .n ,uron' 0ff,c ,n JmKJ PanclilnB bag and other equipments. In
rlSlyL 3ele.phn0?M! 0rlce- bUck 1411 i cludlnlt lurrr reading room. Terms
residence, black 24. Sl.00 to Join ana 80c a month dues.
DIt. D. J. MTAUL. JUDD ttLOCK. TKLK- Qprnwn UAMrt nrAlrroo
phone, main 031; residence, black 161. SECOND-HAND DEALERS.
DK. T. M. HENDEltSOX, 1H1VS1C1AN V' STItOHtiK. DKAI.KK IN 8KCO.NI-
and surgeon. Office In Savings Bank hani' Bxl- " there Is anything you
building, room 1. Office 'phone, main nMj ,n new oni1 secondhand furniture,
Ull ; residence, red 1223 stoves, granlteware and crockery, call and
! get his prices. No. 212 Court street.
DIt. LYNN K. IILAKESI.EE, CHHONIC '
wonmnedn,nerS gXlfn'l. corner tSi INSURANCE AND LAND BUSINESS
i,'arTheuti; ts.ww,,,. .risa
DIt. I.KNA ALLEN UOONK. OSTEOl'ATH ,n Uaiatllla county. Loans on city and
Itesldence, Thompson street, between f,rm IrPfty. Kuys and sells nil kinds
Court and Water streets, 'l'hone. black ?r f11 Mtate- 1)H'S n Kral brokerage
1024. Nervous diseases a BDeclaltr business. l"aS tales and makes Invest-
nients for uou-resldents. Iteterence, any
Dll. L. MANTES THOMPSON', OSTKO- bnk In IVndleton.
palhlc physician, graduate A. T. Still A- HAUTMAN, l'res.
school, Klrksv.llle. Ma Office, Hotel Hick. O. A. HAUTMAN, Jit., Vice Pres.
ers, side entrance: office days, Tuesdays,
Thursdays and Saturdayg. J. M. IIKNTLEY KEl'ltESENTS THE
oldest and most reliable tiro and accl-
VETERINARY SURGEONS ,,ont Insurance companies. Office with
. ' Hartmnu Abstract Co.
VETKItlNAHY SUItOEON DK. D. C. JOHN HAILEY, JIt V. S. LAND COM-
McNabb. Office at Tallman's drug mlssloner. Specially made of laud 01-
slore- Ings and proof. Insurance and collec-
tluns. Office In Judd building, room 111.
DENTISTS. f -
, FOR RENT.
DIt. M. 8. KERN. DENTAL SUItCEON. - -
Office, room 13. Judd building VOll KENT 0001) KltONT ItOOM,
suitable for two gentlemen or two la,
E. A. VAUGHAN, DENTIST, OFFICE IN la t OtO Willow street.
Judd building. 'Phone, red 1411. 1
' FOH RENT THKKK Fl'UNISIIKI) HODS.
roti.,.. keeping rooms. Inquire at 510 Mill ilnwl
BANKS AND BROKERS. -
- WANTED.
F1ISST NATIONAL 1 ANK OF ATHENA.
Oregon. Capital, $50,01)0 : surplus and WANTED FIFTY Olt 7.. STOCK IIOCS
proDts, $12,300.00. Interest on time de- or shoals to feed and fatten on shares,
po-slts. Deals In foreign and domestic Address llox 411, Pendleton, Oregon,
exchange. Collections promptly attended .
to. Henry C. Adams, presided : T. J. AOENTS WANTED $130 AND UP PEIl
Kirk, vice president ; F. 8. LeQrow, cash- month to energetic representatives In
ler; I. M. Kemp, assistant cashier. every city and town In Oregon, Washington
nud Idaho. Dignified, honorable, permn-
TIIE rAHMKRS' HANK OF WESTON, 'u.t am' Immensely profitable employment
Weston Orecon Does a ceneral bank- nt home or on the road; something new!
.ng'CnW?.reTIchan8bougnndbBold. 7!:u Vorm;anV,,Vven?res.r,;',t,
Collections promptly attended to. It. IoruanrOr?S.n s""n' 'treet,
Jameson, president: George W. Proebstel, L!i"
vice-president; J. It, Kllgore, cashier; ill- Micrn I AMPniK
rectors. G. A. Hartmsn. M. M. Jones. T.
ert Jameson, O, . Proebstel. ule oaW two years. a good a. new; very
' cheap. Knqulre at ihls olflce.
THE PENDLETON SAVINGS HANK. F 1 !
Pendleton, Oregon. Organlced March 1, SEWEIt CONTItACTOIlS ItF.ED i LAF-
1SM. Capital. $100,000; surplus, $75,- er moke connections with the sewer for
000; Interest allowed on all time deposits, business houses and private residences.
Exchange bought and sold on all prln- Terms reasonable. Leave orders at T. C.
clpal points, . Special attention given to Taylor's Hardware store,
collections. W. J, Furnish, president; J. .
N. Teal, vice-president: T. J. Morris, 8nn YOU "UNCLE" WHEN YOU WANT
cashier; J. W. Maloney, assistant cashier. mouey. We make loans on personal
property. T. It. Gurdaln, Pawn Ilroker,
FiltST NATIONAL HANK OF PENDLE- Mllarkey building. Court street.
ton. Capital, $70,000; surplus and iin- ,
divided profits, tlJS,000.lO. Transacts a DRESSMAKING, CUTTING AND FIT-
general banking, business. I.ichatige ,nB specialty. Prompt work, Satis-
and telegropblc tronsfers sold on Clilca- faction guaranteed. Miss II. Whitley,
go. San Francisco. New ork and prlncl- qjo jau street
pal points In the Northwest. Drafts drawn I !
on China. Japan and Europe. Makes col- PENDLETON STEAM DYE WORKS
lections on reasonable terms Levi An- -3U Cottonwood street. Cleaning, dying
keny. president : tt . I . Matlock, vice- and re,arlng. Goods called for and de-
president; G. M. Rice, coshler; George Tfrei. 'Phone, main 1CU1.
Hartman, Jr., assistant cashier.
HOUSE-CLEANING 11Y THE JAPANESE
ARCHITECTS AND BUILDERS. House-Cleaning Co. Work done by the
-u -u t t. -x -,. ,t.,x, - day, hour or Job. tt lnijow cleaning a
c r TiinitTMAV AlicmTrcT AND specialty. Prompt service at low prices.
Steffi t' btod? 00 harden street. 'Phone Main ihl.
Pendleton, Oregon.
T F. HOWARD, ARCHITECT AND 8U- f
perlntendent. Makes complete and re- ft III H I'LL fll
liable plans for buildings In the city or Jljfff1 Ulls Us ULL nil
country. Room 17, Judd building. WONDERFUL
SHEER & COLE, CONTRACTORS AND. HOME
builders. Estimates furnished on abort flf xD P ATM F NT
notice. Job work a specialty. Prompt XLatafeaatfl
service. Shop on Bluff street, near Main. IftiTsrkW Tlila wonderful fhl-
UK W nria doctor Is railed
D. A. MAY. CONTRACTOR AND 11UILD- hI frM rtJlbout'owtm!
er. Fjtlm.tes furnished on all kinds f ,TcS PiU.t irt slTeup
of masonry, cement walks, stone walls, MkJs j tudle. He cures with
etc. Leave orders at East Oregonlan of- aallisBMsC tJOS woodirrul Chi-
,r tkwTvHafntta beibi, rooii.buds.
BPrVHpBv b'ks and vegetables
T. M. KELLER. PLASTERING AND CK- HmKESKm knVw" Vm.dliil a."'-
men ting.. Cement walks a specialty. ri.ee In this country. TbrousUtbeuaeoribose
Estimates furnished free, tt'ork guaran- iiarinlraa remedies this famous doctor knowa
teed. Leave orders at Hadley & Zehner'a il.-aoilonof orerMdlBersnlrsinedles,wbhh
rtl.r arnr Main street ! O box 104 lie successfully uses In dlBerenl dlaeaaes. Ha
cigar store. Main street, i. . nox lUS; guarantees to curs ularrb, ailhiua, luuc,
r. . . il.roat, rbeuiuatUm, narvousness, siooiarb.
LIVERY AND FEED STABLE8, ller,mclueyi,etc.i has buDdreds of leatliiion-
-. -. - Ial. Charges moderate. Call and aea lilui.
TELEPHONE LIVERY 8TAHLK COURT XXkXmU
Street, opposite court bouse. Bowers & tatioN VllEK. AUDllKWl
Son. proprietors. Always good turnouts. ., ., ..i.ur.ruraiaisrss
Public scales. 'Phone, main 381. THE 0. BEE WO CHINESE MEDICINE CO.
OLD DUTCH HENRY FEED YARD, 253 Alder St., Portland, Oregon.
Corner West Alta and Llllltb streets. Mention paper.
8. A, Alloway, proprietor. Large com-
fortable stalls. Plenty of feed. Horses
given careful attention. paw
COUMEKCIAL STABLES, G, M. FROOME B " flB alA I
proprietor. Flue horses, good rigs, H H
best care glreo transient stock. Opp. H H flkjtaM aKian
Hotel Pendleton. 'Phone, main 181. mwk
CITY LIVERY STABLE, ALTA STREET,
Carney A Kennedy, Props., livery, feed Let U8 fill VOUT
and sales stable. Good rigs at all times. , . .,, '
Cab line In connection. 'Phone, mala 701. l" Willi . .
BOARDING AND LOpOJINO. DflPV QDDIIIP 0011
THE 8TANFIKLD HOUSED 313 WOTH Hllllll UinillU UUflL
Main street. Mrs. L, Michael, prop. .Urge ...
clean, comfortable rooms; best meals, all Recognized as the best
home cooking, M,i. 23c : ticket,, t4. and mo onotnical lueL
IVMSv.Ai3? .,Nb0y We are prepared to con-
day. week or mouth. Everything neat and trat t With VOll lor VOUr
clean. 301 South Mslu streft. fri. II. wj. sunDlv. We de-
L. Huntlugton, proprietress, wii.icr a supply. wc uc
- liver coal or wood to any
HOTEL ALTA, CORNER ALTA AND . . .
Mill streets. Beatd by the day or week. P" OI e City.
Good table set Rates. $3.75 and $1.70
per week, Mrs. L. Netf, Prop. Pendleton . trk
Feed Yard In connection. L. Neff, pro- 01V"T fC
LddlZ DrUvS-
ATHENA HOTEL. LEADING HOTEL IN .
the city, $1.00 to $i.co per day, a. p. Main Street Neir Dep. t
Ulllen, proprietor.
HELIX HOTEL I'NDKK KKW HAXAQE- r Ja t a It J
menl. Uood meals and clean beds It you Ladies' CaOSUlCS GarOeS
come ones you will ksepa eomlng. On! white r
help employed Kipeclsl attention given to Lady Agent Wanted.
commercial travelers. Mr. and Mis. J. P. 8afe, reliable. Absolutely guar-
Nsvin. proprietors anteed to cure leucorrlioea and fe-
cottage HOTEL -tt'HEN you go to male weakness. For particulars ad
Umatilla stop at the Cottage Hotel, dress Mo, Prop. Pharmacy, Lock Box
ZTAmZ ZWf. 323, Kansas City, Mo. For sale by
proprietor. A. C, Koeppen & Bros., Pendleton.
MANHOOD RESTORED "CUPIUEHE-
ABeB Tbla .treat Veretable ViulUer, the prescription of a famous French pfayaielun, wll
fB aulcklr cur70u uf all nervous ordlaesMtsof ibogeueratlTeorsana. aucli sss,at Muas
Br i9 (H Svd, l-Bl a.l'alua la Site Hack, ml ul J-:laalulis,Mervoua Jleblllly,
flK 'xJMR l'Mulra, 1nHtueaa tu Hurry, KKbiauallua' JrrMlna, V-tcoelr, und C'wualS
WH Dutlon. ItatoiMi all loaaea or aior uUUt. 1'reuialurlir. whirl. If not checked leads
m (..Hperuislorrlucaaudall Iboborrors of loipoleocy. lltll'f MJCNM cleanaea Ilia Urea,
.hAVliiriRra. fJUl'IUKX J" atrengtheus aud re-lUrea. The reav.o sufferers uro not cured byuootoia
if tSiiaU nlnetr pcroent. are troubled with i'ro.l.llll.. 4!i;iMltKNK la the only known nwuit
miSfrt wUbunt Ic noUratlou. CjUUIteatlmonlala. A written suaranUMHilveo and uioiivy returned If als
u.dJuSeflecta pernianent cure. Ml.ou a boi six forHU by mall. Hend for ft-e clrcuUr snd
fetimSulStt AWrUJllAVOl. ukuiC'IMIl r.a.l.to, t'!. '
Sold by Tallman & Co., Druggls ts, j
TRANSPORTATION LINE3.
OREGON
ShoitLinc
and Union Pacific
TWO TRAINS TO THE EA3T
DAILY.
Through Pullman standard and Tourist
Sleepers dally to Omaha and Chlcaco;
tourist sleeper dally to Kansas City,
through Fultman tourist sleeping car,
(personally conducted) weekly to Chi
cago: recllnlni; chair cars (seats tree) to
the East dally.
TIME SCHEDULE FROM PENDLE
TON. KA8TI10UND.
Arrive. Depart
No, 2, Chicago Special 5 !3.1 p. m. S :4S p. m.
No. 0, Mall & Eipress 4 :35 a. m. 4 :43 a. m.
WESTIIOUNI).
Arrive. Depart.
No. t, Portland Spe
cial (1:00a, ra. 0:10a,m,
No. r. Mall and Ex
press IS :2.1 a. m, 12 130 a. m.
SPOKANE DIVISION.
Arrive.. Depart.
No. 7, Pendleton Pas
seuger S :33 p. ro.
No. 8, Spokane Pas
senger 0:10 a.m.
WALLA WALLA HIIANCIL
Arrive. Depart.
No. 41, Mixed train, 1 :30 p. m.
No. 42, Mixed tralu 5 :.M) p. m.
No. 7 connects with No. 2.
No. 42 connects ulth No, 2.
HOTELS.
OCEAN AND RIVER SCHEDULE
FROM PORTLAND.
All sailing dates subject to change.
For Sun Francisco every five days.
SNAKE RIVER,
Rtparln to I.cwlslon Leave Hlnarla
dally, except Saturday, 4 :0,1 a. in.
Leave Lewlston dally, except Friday,
. ;uu a. m
11, 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 EA81 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, eaitbound,
1 1 -.00 n. in
Arrive Wallu Wiilla dully, westbound,
10:4.1 n m
For lufnriiuitluii regarding rates aud
accommodations, mil on or address
W. ADAMS, Agent,
Pendleton, Oiegon
S, II. CALDIiRHEAD. O. P. A..
Walla Walta. Washington.
ffT
RUNS PULLMAN 8LEEPINQ CARS
ELEGANT DININQ CAR8
TOURIST SLEEPING CARS
8T. PAUL,
MINNEAPOLIS
DUI.UTH
FA11QO
TO ( OHAN1) POIIK3
CnOOKHTON
WINNKPliO
IIICLKNA and
BUTTJ5.
THROUGH TICKETS TO
CHICAQO
WASHlNO'i'ON
PHILADELPHIA
NKW YOJIK
I108TON
And all points Kast and South.
Through tickets to Japan and China,
via Tsroma and norinsrn l'acine Uleam
ship Co. and American line.
TIME SCHEDULE.
Trains leave Pendleton dally ticept
Sunday, at 7:00 p. m.
For further Information, time cards,
maps and tickets, call oa or writ W.
Adams, Pendleton, Oregon, or
A. D. CHARLTON,
Third and Morrison, Bts., Portland, Or,
DELKJHTKUI, llOUTB
AYIJOHT niDES
IZKY CHAOS
EEP CANYONS
A Golden Opportunity
See nature, In all her glorious
beauty, and then the acme of
man's handiwork. Tho first
Is found along the line of
tho DENVEn & nio
GRANDE HAILllOAD, the lat
latter at tho St. Louis
World's Fair. Your trip will
bo one of pleasure make
the most of It, For Informa
tion and Illustrated lltera
turo write
W. C. M'BRIDE, Oeneral Agent,
Portland, Oregon.
HOTEL
PENDLETON
VAN DRAN BROS., PROPRIETORS.
The Best Hotel In Pendleton
and as good as any.
Tho Hotel Pondloton hna Just bees
rofittod mid rofurnlshod ttiroiigliouL
'Phono and fire alarm connections
with nil room a. Hatha In suites and
shifilo rooms.
Headquarters for Traveling Men
Commodious Sample Rooms,
Rates $2 00 and $2.50
Special rnteB by wook or month.
Excellent Culslno.
Prompt Dining Itoom Sorrlco.
Bar and Billiard Room In Connection
Only Three Blocks From Depot.
Hotel St. George
GEO. DARVEAU, PROPRIETOR.
European plan, Evorythlne first
class. Accommodations tho boat. All
modern convonloncoH. Steam heat
throughout. Itooms cnsulto TVltb
bath. Largo, new snmplo rooms, Tho
Hotel St. (IcorKO la pronounced one
of tho most modern and mndol hntola
of Orefion. 'Phono and flro alanu
connoctloiiB to office In nil rooms.
Rooms 60c to $1.50.
CORNER MAIN AND WEBB 8T.8.
Block and a half from depot
THE
Hotel Bickers
(Formorly Golden nulo.)
COURT 8TREET.
MkuL lM
nemodelcd and refurnished through
out. Ererythlng neat, clean and up-to-date.
Steam heat and olectrla
lights. Dest cuisine. Prompt servloe).
H. E. BICKERS, PROPRIETOR.
THE PORTLAND
i'ORTLAND, OREGON,
anrririn p.au, aa uaj uu
I ...... . .. - ...... I . t a n .Amma4l
f.uua. ic. .wr fcwui, wm-.v
travelers. Hpeclsl rate mad to fauUHas
ana siniia (tniismen. i uiaua(vaa
will b pleased at all time to sUosr
room and Klvea prices. A modarn Tk
Ish hath catatiltshueut In the hotel.
Insure in
Reliable Companies
That pay tholr losses
promptly. Our companies
stand at the bead of tba list.
Assets,
HartforJ Flro Insurant.
Co ,.f 12,259,078
Alliance Assurance Co ., 29,039,993
London & Lancashire Fire
Insurance Co. 2,644,033
North Drltlsh & Mercantile
Co ,, ,,,, 19,995,974
Royal Insurance Co, 22,397,153
FRANK B. CLOPTON
AGENT,
112 EAST COURT STREET,