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DAILY EA8T 0REG0N1AN, PENDLETON, OREGON, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1904.
PAGE SEVEN.
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AMONG THE EXCHANGES
OF THE INLAND EMPIRE
$54,000 for One Farm.
George A. Nichols nnd William
v'lcliols this week sold their big liny,
(grain nnd stoclc fnrm of 1J8C ncres,
bIx miles from union, to tho Amnlga-
mated Sugar Company for ?54,0IIU
cash.
Tho sale Includes tho land, 1000
ons of hay, this year's grain crop In
granary, some work stock and minor
litems.
This Is ono of tho largest sales of
anil uvur muuo iu juni.uiu uieguii.
It Is understood that much of the!u,i ,i,,. ,,. i ' a
land will bo put Into sugar boots as I
M lw. .-,MW, -,.,1
icrop.
This Bale Is a flno tribute to the de
sirability of tho land tributary to
rUnlon, for the growth of sugar beets.
G. A. Nichols, who has had actlvo
charge of tho Nichols ranch, will
llenvo for Old Mexico next week, In
company with N, A. Davis, caBhier
lot' the Milton bank, to look up some
Investments down that woy, but ox-
Ipects to return and make his homo In
Union, where he still lms extensive
interests.
A snle of this magnitude Is not on-
countered every day in this or any
(other country.
The Amalgamated Sugar Company
Els .evidently well satisfied with landB
Indjncont to Union.
A boot BUgar factory right In Union
lis only a matter of time, judging by
(tho purchiiBos of tho Amalgamated
company over this way. Union lie
publlcnn. O. R. & N. Assessment Raised.
The board of equalization has been
Igotting along very well with the work
land so far there have been v.ery few
protests In relation to the assess
ment roll, however, there Is ono Im
portant question that Is occupying
some attention and this is the matter
of determining the assessment nnd
valuo of the O. It, & N. Co.'s property
In this county.
The company wob formerly assess
ed ut $-1000 per mllo on the ninln lino
and $11000 p.or mile on tho Hoppner
branch in this county, but Howard
Dove the present assessor, bus raised
tie assessment to $7500 per mile on
main line and ?500 on the branch.
he assinsor has received notico that I
low NOTCH ON CATTLE
HAS BEEN REACHED,
Hon Prices Are 25c Lower and Mar
ket Dull Retail Butchers Well
Stocked and But Little Call for
; Hogs Sheep Market Becomes More
Active.
Portland Union Stockyards, Sept.
One of the fentures of the live-
uck market during the past week
as tho unusual strength lining
(own by cnttlo. By livestock men In
literal, It Is believed that the low
Eire on cattle was reached some time
o and that hereafter the market
1111 show nn Improvement in prices
well ns in tone on ov.ery occasion.
Siis week tho demand wns much
enter nnd the quotations nre ad-
anced 2fie.
Weak In Hog Market.
Tlioro wns a very weak fooling in
ogs most of tho time and prices are
bout 25e lower, with tho domnnd ut
Bo close of the week very small,
ttie receipts this week were not as
Strgo as during the preceding period,
tut ns all tho retail butchers are well
looked there is hut a small call.
gTlio sheep market was unite aclve
Bsplto the lnct that tho receipts
(lowed n mnteilnl Incr.onso over tho
Winer week.
VEGETABLES.
Grecn corn, 20c dozen.
dtimmer squash. Gc to 10c each.
Carrots, 3c per lb.
Potatoos, new, $1.D02.E0 sack, 2
C to.
Cabbage, 2c lb.
Jnlons, 3c lb.
Sre.en onions, 5c per bunch, 3 for
furnlps, 2MsO bunch.
Btrlng beanB, 8c lb.
romato.es, Cc lb.
Popcorn, sholled, 10c lb, 3 for 25c.
FRUIT8.
kpplos, $1 box.
ponchos, $1 box.
ananas, 40c dozon.
emons, 30c dozen.
ranges, 4050c dozon.
lherrl,eB, 10c box, 3 for 25c.
spoorrlos, 10c box.
(ackberrles, 3 boxes for 25c.
-IVE8TOCK AND POULTRY.
ao following prlcos aro paid by
ers to the producer:
alckens, hens, 8c: $3.G04 p.or
In; roosters, $406.
litter, 40c cash, 50c trade.
gs, fresh, 20c.
1ETAIL GROCERY PRICE8.
ffeo Mocha and Java. best. 40c
lb,; next grade, 35c por lb; lowor
es coffee, 25o to 15c nor lb.:
pge coffee, 20c per lb.
snr rjano granulated, best $0.75
uck: uo 13 pounds SI.
It Conrso. $1 nor 100: table. J2.G0
loo.
lur B. B., $4.25 por barrol; Wal-
?.zo por barrel: J1.10 tier sack.
ton 1422c
a 1722c.
i 70o 5 pounds; $1.50
10
is.
Pic salt $1 sack, $14 ton.
kCHOICE BEEF CATTLE.
K 2.50.
MET
REV EWED
J. W. Morrow, tho O. It. & N. tax
commissioner will he hero this weol:
to confer with the board In relation
to tho assessment. Hoppner Gnzotto
Cattle Shot on the Range.
Several head of cnttlo belonging to
William Stlllwoll, who has a home
stead and reside on tho John Day
river west of hero, wore shot down on
the rango a few days ago and their
carcasses loft to rot in tho canyon
I wlinrn thev rnllnrl frnrn tl,n ct 1,111,
far ltnmv,. ,.. n, ...
" Ol
there Is no clue to the perpetrators of
the dastardly act. It Is sold, however,
that the formers out that way hnve
boon much harrassed by the depreda
tions of a lot of outside, breachy
stock In their grain fields nnd this
may account In a measure for tho
killing. Condon Globe.
Prohibition In Union County.
The local option question In Union
county promises to become a rather
puzzling ono before It is over with.
Petitions have boon circulated In the
various precincts in the county tor
sovcral days asking that tho local
option law bo BubmlUcd, Including
the county ns n whole. They have
not y.ot been filed with the county
court.
A petition Is being circulated In La
Grunde precinct No. 2 In the Interests
of those opposed to tho law, Blgnod by
over 100 names, asking that the pre
cinct vote upon tho law by Itself, and
this has been filed with the county
court La Grande Observer.
Idaho Sheep Sell Well.
Sunday evening two train londs of
sheep 32 double-dock cars In all
were brought down by tho P. & I. N.
from Council and Goodrich and wore
Immediately stnrtod on their long
journey to Chicago markets. The en
tiro shipment belonged to Mnyor Van
Slcklln. Thtyo were 10,000 sheep nnd
will nveruge $2.50 per head net. It Is
expected they will reach Chicago In
about 10 days. Mayor Van Slcklln
left Monday afternoon and will proba
bly overtake them at Soda Springs
where they nre unloaded for feed nnd
water. Welser Signal.
Cows, $2.
Hogs, llv.e, ?5B.C0.
Hogs, dressed, $77.E0.
Veal, dressed, G7c.
Sheep, $1.501.70.
HAY AND FEED.
Chop barley, $22.50 per ton; VAc
per pound,
Chopped wheat, $1.40 per 100.
Bran, COc per sack.
Shorts, $1 p.or sack.
Oats, lc per lb.
Alfalfa, loose, $15 por ton.
Wheat, loose, $15 per ton.
Timothy, bnled, $22 por ton.
Personally Conducted Excursion
to
St. Louis.
On September 0 tho O. It. & N.
will run a through tourist sleeper to
St. Louis, undor the personnl super
vision or Mr. It. A. Smith, city ticket
agent at Walla Walla, who will go
through to St. Louis with the car. A
side trip will bo mado to Salt Lake
City, where arrangements liavo boon
made for an organ recital In tho big
Tabernacle for the benefit of passen
gors In this car. Reservation can bo
mado witli tho local agent and should
bo mado as early as possible. Detail
ed Information can ho had by calling
on or addressing E. C. Smith, agent
O. It. & N. Co.
It. BURNS, aonornl Agent,
Walla Walla, Wash.
Special Excursions to St. Louis.
Octobor 3, 4 and 5 aro tho remain
ing dates upon which tickets will be
sold at tho reduced rates to the St.
Louis fair. These rates npply over
tho Denver and Rio Grande and Mis
souri Pacific. For tho patrons of
these roads special excursion cms
will bo run through from Portland
and St. Louis without change.
Seo the many points of Interest
about tho Mormon capital and take a
rldo through Nature's picture gallery
During the closing months travel to
tho fair will bo heavy. If you con
template going write W. C. McBrlde,
general agent at Portland for tho Don'
ver & Rio Grande, for particulars of
these excursions.
Women Were Very Decollete.
"So In London you nttondotl tho
King's ball, oh? I supposo you stood
uncovered in tho prosonco of tho
king."
"Yes; but not to tho same extent ns
tho women did,"
BUSINESS CARDS, SOCIETIES
PROFESSIONS AND TRADES
PHYSICIANS.
DR. W. O. COLK, OFFICE IN JDDD
building. Office hours, 10 to 12 a. m. ;
1 to 6 p. m. Telephone : Office main
1871 ; residence, main 1381.
DIIS. SMITH & IUNGO, OFFICE OVEH
the Pendleton Savings Dank. Tele
phone 801 ; residence telephone, main
1501.
n. S. GARFIELD, M. D. HOMEOPATHIC
physician and surgeon. Office In J mid
building. Telephones: Office, black 1411;
residence, black 24.
DR. D. J. M'FAUL, JDDD BLOCK. TELB-
phone, main 831 ; residence, black 161
DR. T. M. HENDERSON, PHYSICIAN
and surgeon. Office In Savings Bank
building, room 1. Office 'phone, main
1411 ; residence, red 1223.
DR. LYNN K. BLAKESLEE, CHRONIC
nnd nervous diseases and diseases or
women. Judd building, corner Main and
Court streets. Office 'phone, main 721 :
residence, red 1 1 53. X-flay Therapeutics.
DR. LENA ALLEN BOONE, OSTEOPATH.
Residence, Thompson street, between
Court and Water streets. 'Phone, black
1024. Nervous diseases a specialty.
MRS. M. N. SAWTELL, CODNTV MAN-
nccr of the Northwest V avl Co.. 020
Cosble St., Pendleton, Oregon.
VETERINARY SURGEONS.
VETERINARY SURGEON DR. D. C.
McNabb. Office at Tallman's drug
store.
DENTISTS,
DR. M. S. KERN, DENTAL SURCEON.
Office, room in. Judd building.
E. A. YAUGHAN, V.NTI8T. OFFICE IN
Judd building. 'Phone, red 1411.
BANKS AND BROKERS.
FIRST NATIONAL "ANK OF ATHENA,
Oregon. Capital, SoO.COO : surplus and
profits, $12,500.00. Interest on time de
posits, ueais in roreicn ana aomestic
exchange. Collections promptly attended
to. Henry (J. Adams, president; X. J
Kirk, vice-president; F, 8. LeGrow, cash
ler; I. M. Kemp, assistant cashier.
THE FARMERS' BANK OP WESTON,
Weston, Oregon. Does a general bank
lug business. Exchange bought and Bold,
Collections promptly attended to. R,
Jameson, president ; George W. I'roebstel
vice-president; 3. R. Kllgore, cashier; C.
rectors, G. A. Hartman, 11. M. Jones, T,
J, Price, G D. Graw, J. F. Kllgore, Rob
ert Jameson, G. W. I'roebstel.
THE PENDLETON
SAVINGS
BANK
Pendlctou, Oregon. Organized March
1
1880. Cupltal. $100,000: surplus. J7B.-
000: Interest allowed on nil time deposits.
Exchange bought nnd sold on an inn-
clpal points. . Special attention crlven to
collections, w. j. Furnish, president; J
N. Teal, vice-president ; T. J. Morris,
cashier ; J. W. Maloucy, assistant cashier.
FIltST NATIONAL BANK OF PENDLE
ton. Capital, S70.000; surplus nnd un
divided nrollts. S125.000. Transacts
general hanking business. Exchange bought
una sold on uu pans or lue worm, in
terest paid ou time deposits. Makes
collections ou reasonable terms. Levi An
keny, president ; W. F. Matlock, vice-president;
G. M. Rice, cashier; George Hart
man, Jr., assistant cnsuier.
ATTORNEYS.
BEAN & PERRY. ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Office over Taylor's Hardware store,
Pendleton, Oregon.
JAMES A.
building,
FEE, LAW OFFICE IN JUDD
HA1LEY & LOWELL, ATTORNEYS AT
law. Office In Despaln block.
BALLERAY & M'COURT, LAWYERS, As
sociation building.
CARTER & RALLY, ATTORNEYS AT
law, office In Savings Bank building.
WINTER & COLLIER. LAWYERS Ob
lice, rooms 7 aud 8 Association building.
AARON TURNER, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
111 Court street.
STILLMAN & PIERCE. ATTORNEYS AT
law. Mr. Stlllmau has been admitted
to practice In United States patent oi
flees, aud makes a specialty of patent law,
Rooms 10, 11, 12 aud 13, Association
block.
SECOND-HAND DEALERS.
V. 8TR0BLE. DEALER IN SECOND
hand goods. If there Is anything you
need in new aud second-band furniture,
stoves, granltenare and crockery, call and
get his prices, no. .1. court street.
HAKDWICK, THE PAWNBROKER -
Money loaned on all kinds of valuables
second-hand Jewelry and clothing bought
and bold ; diamonds a specialty ; Bowman
uuuuiug.
BOARDING AND LODGING.
THE ALTA HOUSE, OR THE WOKKINU
Peonlo's Hotel, cornur Altu and Mill street!
Klrt-class accommodation!; reasonable rates;
clean ceai, neat rooms; ieea yara iu connec
tlou, s. C Blttner, prop.
ATHENA HOTEL, LEADING HOTEL IN
the city, 71.00 to fl.QO per day. U. I'
Mlllen, proprietor.
HELIX HOTEL UNDER NEW MANAGE
ment. Good meals and clean beds. If
you come once you will keep a-comlug
Only white help employed. Especial at
tention given to commercial travelers. Mr
and Mrs. J, I. Navln, proprietors.
COTTAGE HOTEL WHEN YOU GO TO
Umatilla stop at the Cottage Hotel,
White help, home cooking, everything
neat and clean. Mrs. James O'Conuell,
proprietor.
THE CITY HOTEL, PILOT ROCK. RE
modeled and refurnished. Everything
iirst-ciasa. Mrs. u. u. lieitci lias again as
sumed charge.
ARCHITECTS AND BUILDERS.
C. E. TROUTMAN, ARCHITECT AND
Superintendent, .room 12 Judd block,
Pendleton, Oregon.
T. F. HOWARD, ARCHITECT AND SU
perlntendent. Makes complete and re
liable plana for buildings In the city or
country, itoom n, Juaa nuiiaing.
F. E. VAN DU8EN & CO.. CONTRACTORS
and builders : brick, stono and cement
work; address Box -155, Pendleton.
MORSE & DUNLAP. CONTRACTORS AND
liuiiiiers. estimates given on short no
tice. Lcavo orders at office of Gray's
Harbor Lumber Co.
SHEER & COLE, CONTRACTORS AND
builders. Estimates furnished on short
notice. Job work a sneclaltr. Promut
service. Shop on Bluff street, near Main.
D. A, MAY, CONTRACTOR AND BUILD
er. Estimates furnished on all kinds
of masonry, cement walks, stone walls,
etc. Leave orders at East Oregonlan of
fice. T. M. KELLER, PLASTERING AND CE-
mentlne. Cement walks a airnHnltr.
Estimates furnished free. Work enaran.
teed. Leave orders at Hadley & Zebner's
cigar (tore, Main street. P. O. box 104.
INSURANCE AND LAND BUSINESS
IIARTMAN ABSTRACT CO. MAKES
reliable abstracts of tltlo to all lands
In Umatilla county. Loans on city and
farm property. Burs and sells all kinds
of real estate. Docs a general brokerage
Dusiness. rays tares and makes Invest
ments for non-residents. Reference, any
umiK iu i-enuieion.
O. A. IIARTMAN, Pres.
Q. A. IIARTMAN, JR., Vice Pres.
UMATILLA COUNTY ABSTRACT CO.
won t ouy a piece or property and after
wards find a cloud on tho title. We
will make you an accurate abstract of
title at a reasonable charge. Consult ns
when In need of an abstract. Umatilla
Abstract Co., office in Savings Bank Build
ing. J. M. BENTLEY REPRESENTS THE
oldest and most reliable Are and acci
dent Insurance companies. Office with
Hartman Abstract Co.
JOnN nAILEY. JR., U. S. LAND COM
mlssloner. Specialty made of land fil
ings and proof. Insurance and collec
tlons. Office In Jndd building, room 10.
LIVERY AND FEED STABLES.
COMMERCIAL STABLES, G. M. FROOME
proprietor. Fine horses, good rigs,
best care given transient stock. Opp.
Hotel Pendleton. 'Phone, main 101.
CITY LIVERY STABLE. ALTA STREET,
Carney A Kennedy, Props., livery, feed
and sales stable. Good rigs at all times.
Cab line In connection. 'Phone, main 701.
FRATERNAL ORDERS.
B. P. O. ELKS, TENDLETON LODGE.
No. 288. Regular meetings first and
third Thursdays of each month. All
brothers visiting In the city most cordi
ally Invited to attend. Holl In La Dow
block, Court street. G. A. Hartman, Sr.,
E. R. ; C. E. Bean, secretary.
MISCELLANEOUS.
PENDLETON STEAM DYE W0RK8
730 Cottonwood street. Cleaning, dying
and repairing. Goods called for and de
livered. 'Phone, main 1091,
HOUSE-CLEANING BY TnH JAPANESE
House-Cleaning Co. Work done by the
day, honr or Job. Window cleaning a
specialty. Prompt service at low prices.
004 Garden street 'Phone Main 1171.
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; GOOD DRY WOOD ;
All Kinds
i nave good sound wood
which is delivered at
reasonable prices
For Cash.
W. C. MINIMIS
Leave orders at Neuman's
Cigar Store.
Walters' Flouring Mills
Capacity, 150 barrels a day.
Flour exchanged for wheat
Flour, Mill Feed, Chopped Food.
etc
always on hand.
The Colombia
Lodging House
Well ventilated, neat and con
fortable rooms, good beds. Bar
In connection, whore beBt
coods are served.
Main street, center of block,
between Alta and Webb
street!,
F. X. SCHEMPP
Proprietor
sR. G. GEE WO
YVONDHRI-UI.
HOM12
TRGATMIiNT
This wonderful Oil.
nfcau doctor U ntllt-it
great bt-Ciiuie he curt-s
people without opera
lion that are Klven on
todle. He cures with
those wonderful (.bl
ue. herbi, rootv, buil.
barks and veKeUtjleii
tUul are entirely un
known to ineilli-ul brl.
enceln this country. Through the useonhom
hurmleiM remedies this famous doctor Liiom
the action of over 600 different remedies, whlrh
lieauccessfully uses Iu different dlkeuses. Jle
pmraulvea to cuio catarrh, asthma, lumc,
throat, rheuiufttUiu, nervousness, stomach,
liver, kidneys, etc.! nashUDdreds of testimon
ials. Charges moderate. Call and see him.
1'atlents out of the city write for blanks und
circulars. Send 4 cents In stamps. CONUIIL
TATION J-'RKE. ADDUKb J
THE C. GEE WO CHINESE OlCfHE CO.
253 Alder St.. Portland. Oreeon.
Mention paper.
Ladies' Capsules Gardes
Lady Agents Wanted;
Safe, reliable. Absolutely miar.
anteed to cure leucorrhoea and fe
male woaknoss. For particulars ad-
dross Mo. Prop. Pharmacy, Lock Box
323, Kansas City, Mo. For sale by
A. O. Koeppen & Bros., Pendleton.
TRANSPORTATION LINES.
and Union Pacific
TWO TRAINS TO THE EA8T
DAILY.
Through Pullman standard and Tourist
Sleepers dallj to Omaha and Chicago;
tourist steeper dally to Kansas City i
through Pullman tourist sleeping cars,
(personally conducted) weeklv tn Chi
cago: reclining chair cars (seats free) to
tne icsst aaur,
TIME SCHEDULE FROM PENDLE
TON. GA8TBOUND.
Arrive. Depart.
No. S, Chicago Special S :30 p. m. 6 :40 p. m.
No. 0, Mall & Express 4 :3S a. m. 4 -.43 a; ru.
WESTBOUND.
Arrive. Depart
No. 1, Portland Spe
cial 8 :80 a. m. 8 :30 a. m.
No. 5, Mall and Ex
pros 11:00 p.m. 11:00 p.m.
SPOKANE DIVISION.
Arrive. Depart.
No. 7, Pendleton Pas
senger a :33 p. m.
No. 8, Spokane Pas
senger v au.a. m.
WALLA WALLA BKANCII.
Arrive. Depart.
No. 41, Mixed train, 1 :40 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 8CHEDULE
FItOM POUTLANI).
Alt sailing dates subject to change.
Por San Francisco every flve days.
SNAKE IttVEK.
Itlnarla to I.ewlston Leave Itlparla
dally, except Saturday, 4 :05 a. m.
i,eavo i.ewistou uauy, except inuay,
7:00 a. m.
E. C. SMITH, Agent, Pendleton.
Washington &
Columbia River
Railroad
TAKE THIS ROUTE FOR j
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. in.
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday,
11:45 a. m.
Leave Pendleton, 7 p. m.
Leave Wnlln Walla dally,
11 :00 p. m.
Arrive Wnlln Walla dally,
10:45 n. m.
For Information recording
eaatbound,
westbound.
rates and
accommodations, call ou or address
W, ADAMS, Agent,
Pendleton, Oregon
S. B. CALDEIttlEAD. 0. P. A.,
Walla Walla, Washington.
RUNS i'ULLMAN SLEEPING CARS
ELEGANT DINING CARS
TOURIST SLEEPING CAR8
ST. PAUL
MINNEAPOLIS
UULUTII
FAIIGO
TO ( GRAND FOltKS
CUOOKSTON
WINNKPISa
HELENA nnd
miTTE.
THROUGH TICKETS TO
CHICAGO
WASHINGTON .
PHILADELPHIA
NEW YOltK
BOSTON
And all points East and South.
Through tickets to Japan and China,
via Tacoina and Northern Pacllc Hteam
ship Co. and American line.
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,
Tblrd and Morrison, Hts., Portland, Or.
DELIGHTFUL HOUTH
AYLIGHT BIDES
IZZY CRAGS
EBP CANYONS
A Golden Opportunity
See ntturo. In al' her glorious
beauty, and then the acmo of
man's handiwork. Tho first
Is found along the line of
the DENVER & RIO
GRANDE RAILROAD, the Jat
latter at the St. Louis
World's Fair. Your tilp will
be one of pleasure make
the most of It. For Informa
tion and Illustrated litera
ture write
W. C. M'BRIDE, Genera! Agsnt,
Portland, Oregon.
HOTEL8.
HOTEL
PENDLETON
J. J. KELLY, PROPRIETOR.
The Best Hotel in Pendleton
and ai good as any.
Tho Hotel Pondloton has Just beta
roflttod and rofurnlshod throughoat.
'Phono nnd II ro alnrm connoctloM
with nil rooms. Baths In suttos ut4
single room 8.
Headquarters for Traveling M
Commodious Sample Rooms.
Rates $2.00 and $2.50
Special rates by wook or month.
Excellent Culslno.
Prompt Dining Room Sorrle.
Bar and Billiard Room In Connection
Only Threo Blocks From Depot.
Hotel St. George
GEO. DARVEAU, PROPRIETOR.
European plan. Everything flrsl
class. Accommodations tho best. All
modern convouloncos. Stonm heil
throughout. Rooms on-milto -vitsi
bath. Large, now Hiunplo rooms. The
Hotel St. Georgo Is pronouncod n
of tho most modern nnd modal hotoi
of Oregon. 'Phono nnd tiro alarm
connections to olTlco In all rooms.
Rooms 50c to $1.50.
CORNER MAIM AND WEBB STtV.
Block and a half from depot
THE
Hotel Bickers
(Formorly Goldon Rule.)
COURT 8TREET.
Komodoled and rofurnlshod throuik
out. Everything noat, clean and uy-to-da
, Steam boat and electric
lights. Dest culslno. Prompt servlM,
H. E. BICKER6, PROPRIETOR.
THE PORTLAND
PORTLAND, OREGON.
American plan, $3 per day and upward.
Headquarters for tourists and commercial
travelers. Hneclal rates made to families:
and single gentlemen. Tho management
will be pleased at an nines iu snow
rooms and gives prices. A modern Turk
Isb bath establishment In the hotel.
II. C. IIOW12HH, Uauager.
Insure in
Reliable Companies
That pay tholr losses
promptly. Our componlos
stand at the head of the list.
Asset.
Hartford Fire Insuran
Co $12,259,07
Alliance Assurance Co .. 29,039,911
London & Lancashire Firo
Insurance Co 2,514,688
North British & Mercantile
Co 19,695,974
Royal Insurance Co 22,897,151
FRANK B.CL0PT0N
AGENT.
112 EA8T COURT STREET.
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