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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, THUR8DAY, JUNE 30, 1904.
AMONG THE EXCHANGES
OF THE INLAND EMPIRE
BUSINESS CARDS, SOCIETIES
PROFESSIONS AND TRADES
asd Never Mspeci it.
B0 10 Ine with VOUr
title of .ttv. four hours :
ilitioti of the kid
neys: if itstnitis
your linen U is
evidence of kid
ney trouble : too
to jass it or jmin
in the hack is
r i,-t the kidneys
L.,tToB0. .......... ...
frt ill tUU KHUWICUJJt
that Dr. Kilmer's
torcY"' . i.-iiliiev remetly.
F"1, m,1ii citrine rlieumatlsm,
lil tv to liold water
lioKP31" 'r ii,.nr wine or
Plw'bat unpleasant ne-
RE compelled to go often
fcf w.in': ...V t ipt tin many
P.e ,t iiicl.t. The mild and
,1 It tnnls the Highest
WS cures of the most dis
ondertui c u medicine
ttetiel'e't. Sold by drug-fcldlwe.",,-.1
, ii.r sizes.
Ifi'e,i' ' nm le bottle and a
Li tells all
P Address Dr.
f to., Bint!-
Home of Bw amp-Root.
IUon tins paper and don
ESSi Swampkoot, and
hat Schilling's Best does
family: saves all care
settles those questions
PAINTERS' MATERIALS OF
Are you going to celebrate?
IWe have a full lino of home dis
play of fireworks from 50 to
Frederick Nolf & Co.
flags 2U,c to S10.no a dozen.
IK different sizes.
Exploding canes, 10c, lCc, 20c
Kango sticks 10c a pair.
I5c each. "
Ijrockets, lGo to $1.50 a dozen.
"lanese lanterns, 5c to 25c.
A lautltul line.
j H refreshing and lnvlgorat-
I "t- Our drlnlm rc rth n IU
tlvt n .. ,bu. t iAw
wt. Call for Soda Pop. Sarna
S"" 'ran Drew, Dr. Pepper's
rtte, Mineral Water.
' fBeer, Qlngef Ale and
Ml klnda ot soft
wait, our drinks are pure,
i om dhtuieu water" made
"om condensed ate m, (a Mwed
Mutctured by '
Mrr under St. George Hotel
P.E. Van Dtisen
wr Betting flnd Are places
" 'a firat-rinoD
Box 466, Pendleton.
The Cattle Outlook.
Cattle on the range and In the pas- White as amhorUy. "This dry-and al
'Xbo several thousand two IffiTi.
and three-year-old steers and fat cows one day this week "I sowcS i S
ready for the fall market If prices of this dry-land alfalfa seef itteTl.
wan-ant They are ready now, In fact spring, for experiment. NotwUhstand.
for hundreds of head are coming In ing the seed being sown too late
from the range to the ranch pastures 1 after the heavy rllns were over-It
Of their own accord, driven away prln-Jcamo up and Is growing better thanl
clpally by bands of sheep. anticipated. This alfalfa grow
The valley pasture lands are In to a length of four feet, and two tons
flno shnpe and will easily afford feed of It Is worth three tons of irrlrated
for all the cattle that are turned In or wet land alfalfa "
by tholr owners. : James Ollklnson, Sr.. sowed about
What the cattle market will bo after 100 acres of this alfalfa early In tho
the fall round-up Is problematical, but spring, on his hill land north of town
cattle owners feel that 'better prices and reports It as growing almost as'
will prevail than Is offered now. Cat-, well as hop vines. Ills expected that
tie buyers, too, are Inclined to the be- within another year there will be a
iiol wiiu uieru win uu lienor prices.
The class of cattle In Daker county
would bo hard to beat. For years the
cattle growers have been breeding up
to a Shorthorn and Hereford standard
and It Is safe to say that Baker coun
ty cattle will average with the best to
be found anywhere.
An abundance of hay will bo cut
this season and It cattle growers are
forced to hold tholr cattle they will
have plenty of feed to do so. Tlaker
Oregon's 1904 Crop.
Estimates have been made by thoso
In position to know that Oregon,
Washington nnd Idaho will harvbst
00,000,000 bushels or wheat this
Reason, as compared with 35,000,000
bushels produced In 1903. ir the crops
of Wasco county nre taken ns a cri
terion to go by those who made the
estimate can not be far off, for the
crop here will show a marked In
crease over that of last year. Tlmes
Mountalnoer, Tell Col. Judson the News.
Dry-land alfalfa seems sure to be
a dominant factor In solving the prob
lem of producing more hay, along
with the Increase of stock from year
to year. In the North Powder country.
Gut the Can
and compare the quality of
Iwlth any of Its imitations.!
I Note the difference. See how I
I smooth and appetizing our I
product Is, owing to its I
heavy consistence, which
keeps the butter lat equally
distributed, In contrast with
i the cheap and thin Imlta- i
Hons which allow the but-
Iter fat to rise and form
Under all curable conditions
Mr. D. Kaubla of
Mrs.W. W. Uv-
Ur of HUHard.
Novadt, o.. w
p., was curstt
the use ot
8old by Tallman 4 Co.
,ot.iinnrO PUT UNDEB
0cPU. on Shelve., wall, or for wrap
.5?rPf.i. old newspapera lo larga
K,0..H VST: Too each at 23 cenU a bundis
bundle of lou " Jr; ,.T .jh. fniti.
according to a statement of "Jim"
great deal of this kind of hay grown.
North Powder Citizen.
Hood River Isn't In It.
F. A. Day. who lives three miles
nonneast of La Grande, has submit
ted ror inspection a few of tho big
sirawDerries wnich grew on his farm
una year, some ot the largest ones
measure four and three-quarter Inches
in circumference. Twenty-live berries
more man nil an ordinary strawberry
box, and air. Day has an Immense
crop of the same kind. None of his
fruit has been Injured In the least
and ho will soon have a good output of
tne standard varieties of cherries
reauy tor tne market. Air. Day Is a
painstaking farmer and usually comes
out with tho best results. l.i Grande
Revolution in Hay Culture.
Tom Profit, the cattle king of Ilaker
county, will commence cutting his
brome grass and clover this week for
hay, and ills fine ranch above town
speaks volumes for Ilaker county land
Many farmers are waiting for the
results trom the new brcme grass. So
far It Is par excellence, and means a
revolution In hay culture Baker
Synopsis of the Situation at Detroit
Detroit, Mich., June 30. To an un
biased observer It looks as though
Fred M Warner will be chosen to
head the republican ticket by the
state nominating convention hero to
day Mr. Warner's rivals In the race
for the gubernatorial nomination arc
Homer Warren and Justus S. Stearns,
neither of whom, It is believed, will
bo able to hold enough votes to win
The only fight of Importance beside
that for the head of the ticket, Is the
contest tor auditor general.
The remainder of the ticket will
probably be made up about as follows:
Alexander Maltland or Xegaunee, for
lieutenant governor- Prank P. Ola'
zler of Washtenaw, lor state treaS'
urer: George A. Preseott of Tawas
for secretary of state; Major Nugent
of Hay, for land commissioner; Pat
rick H. Kelley of Wayne, ror superln
tendent of public Instruction.
For a Hundred itars.
For a huudred years or more Witch
Hazel has been recognized as a supe
rior remedy, but It remained for E. C
DeWitt & Co., of Chicago, to dlscorver
how lo combine the virtues of Witch
Hnzel with other antiseptics, In the
form ot a salve. DeWltt's Witch Ha
zel Salve is the best salve in the
World for sores, cuts, burns, bruises
and piles, The high staudiug ot thU
snlvn has elvon rise to counterfeits,
land the public Is advised to look for
ii. .,, "linWItl' nn Dip narkaee.
IIIC IU."' V ; . . . . . . . v.. . , w-
and accept no other. Sold by Tall
man & Co.
BOOKER T. WASHINGTON.
Will Address the National Teacher!'
hi t.nnls. Mo.. June 3U. Though the
mnvnntlun of the National Education
al Association Is Hearing a close, after
Ev.rnl exceed tie y uusy nays, mere
ic nn evidence of a diminution of In
terest on the part of the thousands of
teachers present. Despite tne aurac
tions of the exposition all of the sec
ttnnal rnnfMrfIH:eR a&' well as the gen
uKulnns continue to be well at
tended. This was the banner day of
the convention In regard to tne gen
nri onsstnns. Festival hall was pack
Art in nve rflowlnc at 9 o'clock this
morning when the proceedings were
ThP rhlef sneaker of tho morning
tt., TirvA-nr t. Washington, who dls
cussed at length the great problem of
the education of the soutnern nesru.
Following Ills address there were pa.
pers and discussions relative, to edu
cation in Porto Hlco and the Philip
Tallman & Co.
ask the readers of this paper to teat
the value of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure.
Those persons who have used It and
,i, i,, i.Pfin cured by It. do not
recommend it to their
fi,i0 Wniinl dlerests what you at,
cures indigestion, dyspepsia and all
aomach troubles. Increases atrengtb
by enabling the somach and d'eestlve
organs to contribute to the blood all
e nntrimnnt contained In the
food. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is pleas
ant and palatable,
i iir tn accommodate fishing
nnrln th O. It. & N. CO. Will. Until
i nt ceason. have train No,
lonvine- here at 5:45 p. m., atop at
wnru vnrir on Saturday evenlnga,
and train No. 1. due in Pendleton at
n .inn nt Bruno ulace Monday
morning. This arrangement will be
In effect Saturday. May 14.
in ouevi. e SMITH, Agent
OIL W. Q. COLH, OFFICE IN JUDD
building. Office hour. 10 to 12 a. m. ;
1 to t p. in. Telephone: Office main
1371 : residence, main 1881.
SMITH ft 11 1 NO O, OFFICE OVER
Pendleton Savings Ilank. Tele
phone 801; residence telephone, main
II. S. GARFIELD, 11. D. HOMEOPATHIC
physician and surgeon. Office In Judd
building. Telephones: Office, black 1411;
residence, black 24.
DR. D. J. M'FAUL, JUDD IlLOCK. TELE
pbone, main 931 ; residence, black 101.
DR. T. M. HENDERSON, IMIYSICIAN
and surgeon. Office In Savings Hank
building, room 1. Office 'phone, main
1411; residence, red 1223.
DR. LYNN K. nLAKUSLKE, CHRONIC
and nervous diseases and diseases of
women. Judd building, corner Main and
Court streets. Office 'phone., main 721 ;
residence, red 1163. X-ltay Therapeutics.
DR. LENA ALLEN llOONK. OSTEOPATH.
Residence, Thompson street, between
Court and Water streets. 'Phone, black
1024, Nervous diseases a specialty.
Hit, L. FRANCES THOMPSON, OSTEO
pathlc physician, graduate A. T. Still
school. KlrksTlllc, Mo. Office, Hotel nick
ers, side entrance; office days, Tuesdays,
Thursdays and Saturdays.
VETERINARY SURGEON DR. D. C.
McNabb. Office at Tallman's drug
DR. M. S. KERN. DENTAL SURGEON,
Office, room 15, Judd building,
A. .VAUGIIAN. DENTIST. OFFICE IN
Judd building. 'Phone, red 1411.
BANKS AND BROKERS.
HIST NATIONAL TANK OF ATHENA,
Oregon. Capital, soo.cou; surplus ami
routs. J 12.500.00. interest on time ui.
posits. Deals in roreign anu uomesue
exilisnce. collections promptly auenufu
to. Henry C. Adams, presiueni; t. j.
Kirk, vlre-prcsldent ; F. 8. Leu row, casii
Irr; 1. M. Kemp, assistant cashier.
THE FARMERS' HANK OF WESTON.
Weston, Oregon. Does a general bank
ing business. Exchange bought and sold.
Collections promptly attended to. R.
Jameson, president: George W. Proebstel,
Ice president ; J. R. Mlgore, cashier: di
rectors, G. A. Hartman, M. M. Jones, T
Price, a I. Ornw. J. i". Mlgore, no.
ert Jameson, G. V. Proebstel.
THE PENDLETON SAVINGS HANK,
Pendleton, Oregon. Organised Marcn I,
ISSt). Capital. tlUO.OOOS surplus, $70,-
000; Interest allowed on all time deposits.
Exchange bought and sold tin an linn-
lp.il points. . Speclnl attention elren to
ollwtluns. W. J. Furnish, president: J
N. Teal, vice-president S J- Morris,
cashier; J. W. Maloney, assistant cashier.
HIST NATIONAL HANK OF PENDLE-
ton, (.niiltnl, STO.uou; surplus ami un
divided prodts, $125,000. Transacts a
Kunernl hanking business. Exchunge bought
anil sold uu nil parts or in worm, in-
crest pniu on lime nepnsiis. Aiases
(illectlons on leiisonanic terms, i.i-vi Ali
en v. president: w. r .Matlock, vice pres
ident; (i. M. Itlce, ctmhler; Ueorge Hart
mini. Jr., assistant cashier.
P. O. ELKS. PENDLETON LODGE
No. 288. Regular meetings first and
third Thursdays of each month. All
brothers vlsltlnt In the city most cordl
ally Invited to attend. Hall lo I .a Dow
diock, i.ouri aireei. u. a. uariuiaut nr.,
i:. it.; c. i;. uean, secreiary,
MEN'S RESORT YOU ARE INVITED.
Free reading room. Why not Join and
get the advantage of free bath, use of
punching bag and otuer equipments, in
cluding library and reading room. Terms
,1.00 to Join and 50c a month quia.
ARCHITECTS AND BUILDERS.
E, TItOUTMAN, ARCHITECT AND
Superintendent, room 12 Judd block,
F. HOWARD, ARCHITECT AND su
perintendent. Makes complete and re
liable plans for buildings In the city or
country. Room 17, Judd building.
SHEEK 4 COLE, CONTRACTORS AND
builders. Estimates furulsued on snort
notice. Job work a specialty, Prompt
service. Shop on Illuff street, near Main,
D. A. MAY, CONTRACTOR AND IIU1LD
er. Estimates furnished on an sinus
of masonry, cement walks, stone walls,
etc. Iave orders at East Oreguulau of
fice. T. M. KELLER, PLASTERING AND CB-
mentlmr. Cement wama a specially,
Estimates furnished free. Work guaran
teed. Leave ordera at Hadley i Zehner's
cigar atore. Main atreet. 1'. O. box 1U4.
LIVERY AND FEED 8TABLE8.
TELEPHONE LIVERY 8TAIILB, COURT
Street, opposite court house, iiowers a
Son, proprietor). Alwaya good turnouts.
Public scale. 'Phone, main 881.
OLD DUTCH HENRY FEED YARD,
Corner West Alta and l.imtu screen,
H A. Allow.i. nronrletor. Large com
fortab e stalls. Plenty ot ieei. nors
given careful attention.
COMMERCIAL HTAIILES, G, M, FROOMB
proprietor. Tine horses, gooa rigs
best care given trausleut stock, Opp,
Hotel Pendleton, 'i'boue, insln 101.
CITY LIVERY STABLE. ALTA STREET.
Carney Keuoedy, props., niery, ic
and sales stable. Good rigs at all times.
Cab line la connection. 'Phone, main ivi
BOARDING AND LODGING.
WIIITF. lintIKU LODGING HOUSE, S01
untii Main pMt f-iesn. urge, wcie
keut alngle and furnished housekeeping
rooms, Mrs, II, iiuoiihxiuu. ny.
tub htani-iki.!) HOl'HE. aia nuuui
Urge, clean, ' comfortable rooms : best
Kfulrs t east M r Ii lllt'UaCli KIVVi
meals, all home cooking, noaru, i p.
furnished housekeeping rooms.
HOTEL ALTA, CORNER ALTA AND
Mill streets. Hoard by the day or week.
Oood table set. Rstes, !3.t5 and 14.70
Mr k. Mrs. L. Neff. Prop. Pendleton
Feed Yard lo connection. L. Neff, pro
ATHENA HOTEL. LEADING HOTEL IN
the city, $1.00 to 11.00 per Jr-
..... - .......r flUTitMl WWW MANAGR
you come once you will keep a "?1'0
Only white help employed. . Especial at
menr. moou meais " ,v-1"
tention given to commercial travelers,
and Mrs. J. IV Navln, proprietors.
COTTAGE HOTEL WHEN YOU OO TO
t a ii. 4. ihs nMtiirm Hotel.
White help; bom .cooking,
neat and clean.
V. STitOnLB, DEALER IN SECOND
hand Roods. It there Is anything you
need In new and second-hand furniture,
stores, granlteware, and crockery, rail and
get his prices. No. 213 Court street.
INSURANCE AND LAND DU8INE8S
HARTMAN A118TRACT CO. MAKES
reliable absttacta of title to all lands
In Umatilla county. Loana on city and
farm property. Iluya and sells al! klnda
of real estate. Doea a general brokerage
business. Pays taxes and makes Invest
ments for non-residents. Reference, any
bank In Pendleton.
a. A. HARTMAN, Pres.
U. A. HARTMAN, JR., Vice Pres.
J. M. I1ENTI.EY REPRESENTS THE
oldest nnd most reliable (Ire and acci
dent Insurance, companies. Office with
Hartman Abstract Co.
JOHN ll.VILEY, JR.. U. S. LAND COM
mlsiloner. Specially made ot land fil
ings and proof. Insurance, and collec
tions. Office tn Judd building, room 10.
FOR RENT GOOD FRONT ROOM,
suitable for two gentlemen or two la
dles. Call at 010 Willow street,
KI KNIrtltKD HorshKKKl'IN'a ROOKS, lou.'
KM Court ilreet,
hK I.O.MtUUlUn-.JOP. ilk. i MAKU
eonnecllons wtih tho senrr for bttitiieM
homes sn.l prlvsts residences Tetins reason
able lxke orders at T. C. Taylor's bsrdnste
SEE YOU "UNCLE" WHEN YOU WANT
money. We make losns on personal
property. T. 11. Ourdaln, Pawn Uroker,
Mllarkey building. Court street.
DRESSMAKING, Ct'TiINO AND FIT
ting a specialty. Prompt work Satis,
faction guaranteed. MlH It. Whitley,
012 Matu street.
PENDLETON STEAM DY11 WORKS
7.1(1 Cottonwood street. Cleaning, dying
siul repairing. Goods called for and de
livered. 'Phone, main 1001.
HOUSE CLEANING HY THE JAPANESE
House-Cleaning Co. Work done by the
day, hour or job, window cleaning
siierlalty. Prompt service at low prk
r.oi liaruen street. Tiione Main uu
$5,500.00 will buy 1G0 acres
In crop, ns follows: 80 acres
In growing wheat; 40 acres In
growing niralfa (Irrigated);
about 1 GO fruit bearing trees;
one and a bait story houso;
good stone collar. I.rago barn,
plenty of timber on tho placo.
The crop It Included In above
price If bought within 10 days.
Two and one-half mile from
Dospaln Building, Room 43,
Telepbono Black 1161.
Scott's Santal-Pepsin Capsules
of tblllftdJraad Dltwt
KldotT. No art no mt.
nnt)r lb wuril ci
(ionorrko ad (ilcf
no utUterof howloj tUnJ
in. AbcolaUlr a utn ),
Hold br drDsTsTlAlsL. Ptlc
J 1 .00, or by ami I. tsoctptitd.
THI tANm-WtlM CO.,
W, Schmidt A. Co.
MEN AND WOMEN.
Cm nil i for ssssUrst
Urlulisf ' ultsrsUoea
lit naculi BMnUaeel,
.... ! sMU sy Orswl
.r ssi ia i.u rtm.
Li sirM.. s-ri
tlm. or a Uiiil.
CUtular stst va
Tbls wondsrful Cbl
nets doclor Is called
(fiat bn'WM bs cuies
ueopls srllhoul eft
lloa Ihst srs ilv.n up
to dls. lis cus rllu
IUum wou4srful Chh
d.m bsrbi.rveis. bixls.
bsiks sud vttelkU.s
Ibst as snlli.ly yi-
he.m Ul Ulftdllfcl sch
eiurlu Iblscounuy, TbrouUluocrii.oM
hriii!r ruieolt Ibis fwuontUoclor kwiws
he sclli.il or ovsr lOOdlBtrenl r.wedl.blf h
iieu-lullyuses In Utsol oim-sms. lis
itusrsolees lo iuis esisirli, Mibuis, lour,
llifust, lUeumslltui, aervouiUtM, tlouistli.
kvrr. kldueys, elc. i bss bundifds of lelli"f
Ui " hres luoi.rsis. Call sad sr. blm.
l-.iknl. out of lbs ellr wtll.hMjJ
in ul.ii. Sud 4totlo sumps. IMHMJU
TATION fitk-IC AIJUUKnrt n
THE C.CEEWO OHiMESE WEtrtSIMEl CO,
263 Aldor St.,-Portland, Oregon.
The DR. W Kill O HTAFK
only HpeciulbiU for iiieu, con
tinue to euro all chronic, prl
vsto A nervous allmsuu, Impoteac
kin diseases, rbsumsllim, estarrb.
tic. Dr. A. M BTODDikT, Pb. (I., for W yeajs
medical director. 74 Mlsth sliest. Porllsna
Or.ron 1 111 Yeslsr Wsr. Srsttle, Wsh, t'sll
Ladies' Capsules Gardes
Lady Afjenta Wanted.
finfp reliable. Absolutely guar
anteed to cure leucorrhoea and fe
male weakness. For particular ad
dress Mo. Prop. Pharmacy, Ixick Box
323. Kansas' City, Mo. For sale by
A. 0. Koeppen & Dro., Pendleton
If you are Interested tn Oil
Painting, see us. Our line Is
Wo make a apeclalty of
framing PICTUltES. Neweft
stock of fraraee.
C. C. SHARP
Opora House Block.
Prsltlvely tho best bcor
Any quantity you do
slro. Delivered to your
Always call for Olyra
pla. A. N0LTE
'Phono Main 181.
wufors, fruit crackers, cream
sticks, nut butter and suited
Despain & Cla
Tho I'etiillolon bottled boor, bottled
at the City Brewery works, la tho
most refreshing and healthful dr)nlc
Our superior bottling process, tak
ing tho boor right from tho browpry
uml putting It In bottloa koopa tho
lifer good. It loans no no ot tta good
qualHIoa raiiuud by chatigliiK ot tem
perature, as It Is always kopt tho
Hottlod In uuarls, pints and halt
pints. Kroo delivery to any part.ot
tho city In any quantity doalred.
I'hono 2981. An order by 'phono
will receive our prompt attention.
LET US FILL YOUR
Rock Spring Coal
Jtecognlzed a tho host and
most economical fuel. We
aro prepared to contract with
you for your wlntor'a supply.
Wo doliver coal or wood to
any part of tho city.
Life and AccldanL
Room 8, Over Taylor's Hard
at the BAST OBBUU"""'
To enllveu work Is an art.