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DAILT BAST OREGON'IAX, PENDLETON, OREGON. KTTjNFSU.Y. JANUARY 1. 190T.
Put your Wants
here or look
here for Lhem.
The Little Ads
the Big Results
One line, one time 10c.
One line, one week 25c
4 lines, one month $1.00
More than one line at
same rate per line, i
Count six letters to one
word & six words to one
J. A. BEST, PHYSICIAN AND BUR
gop. Office In Savings Bank
building. 'Phones: Office main 164;
residence, main 1T6.
DR. C. J. SMITH OFFICE 8MITH
Crawford building, opposite postof
flce. Telephones: Main 801; resi
dence, main 1591; barn, red 581.
DR. E. E. RINQO, PHYSICIAN AND
Surgeon. Rooms 3 and 4 Schmidt
building. 'Phone, office main 528;
residence main 23.
DR. W. G. COLE, PHYSICIAN AND
surgeon. Office, Judd building. Of-
-re 'phone main 137; residence
none main 138.
f. GARFIELD. M. D HOMEO
xdthlc Physician and Surgeon. Of--,ce
Judd block. Telephones: Office,
"lack 3411; residence, red 3(32.
OR. D. J. M'FAUL, JUDD BLOCK.
Telephone, main 931; residence.
DR. T. M. HENDERSON. PHY8I
clan and Surgeon. Office In Sav
Inar Hank building, room 1. Office
phone, main 1411; residence, main
DR. LYNN K. BLAKESLEE. CHRO
nlc and nervous diseases, and dls
eases of women. Judd building, cor
ner Main and Court streets. Office
phone, main 72. X-Rny and Electro-
DR8. G. S. AND EVA HOIS1NGTON.
Orndiiates Klrksvllle school. Suite
10-12 Desnaln block. 'Phone red
S 1 SI. All dlvases treated.
nOARDIXG AND I.OTMilNO.
HELIX HOTEL. HELIX, OREGON.
Under new management. Special
accommodations for commercial trav
elers. Grimes Miller, proprietor
If it Is not advertised here,
advertise for It.
Among the Exchanges
of the Inland Empire
Rrnr Snrremlcretl nt Sunnytddc.
R. C. Hear, the Pronser horse thief
nnd Jnll breaker, who with "Kid"
Barker, murderer and desperado, es
caped from the Benton county Jail
Inst Thursday night, was taken Intd
custody at Sunnynirte about 6 o'clock
Bear, whose trail had been follow
ed Into the Rattlesnake hills and lost,
wandered for two nights and two
days on the hills in the lower valley,
nnd being unable to withstand the
cold or longer starve he headed for
the town of Sunnyslde and there sur
rendered. The horse thief surrendered In the
restaurant of Frank Moody. He
wnlkod Into the town and Immodl
atoly fought a restaurant. He order
ed a meal which he ate ravenously,
and being n stranger aroused suspic
ion cf .he restaurant keeper.
When Pear had finished his meal,
having ordered reveral times, he In
quired for a policeman. It was then
that Moody felt assured that his bus
plclons were correct. He was cer
tnln that the man before him was
either Barker or Bear.
"I hnvo no money,", aald Bear. "I
want to se a policeman."
Peir stated that his experience had
been harrowing. He had not slept
a wink since Thursday night, had
had nothing to eat, and felt at times
as though htt would lie down and
die. Ho Said that he knew nothing
of the whereabouts of Barker.
l'oul I'luy Suspected.
News reached this city last Monday
oi the death of aeorge V. Owens,
who resided at Hock Creek In the
Spanish Gulch country, which occur
red list Sunday, when It Is reported
that he committed suicide by shoot
ing himself through the heart, death
being Instantaneous. A physician at
I'Hrhell was sent for, and It Is re
ported thai the body was burled
without an liutuest being held.
Sir, Owens hud been In bud health
for ninny years, from a complication
of diseases which It Is said had given
111 in much trouble of late. His death
was caused by n shot from- a large
cup nnd bnll pistol, and the report
that his clothing was not powder
burned bus caused unfavorable com
ment In the Rock Creek country.
The deceased was a pioneer resi
dent of Grant county, and Is known
to many people here at the present
time. He Is a member of Canyon
City lodge No. 34, A. F. nnd A. M.,
of this city. The circumstances surt
rounding his death have, been called
to the attention of the lodge.
Mr Owens was post 80 years of
RALPH C. SWINBURNE, DENTIST.
Rooms S and 4, Smith-Crawford
building, opposite postofflce. 'Phone
DR. M. S. KERN, DENTAL SUR
geon. Office, room 15, Judd build-
'Phone red 3301.
VAl'OHAN BROS., DENTISTS, OF
flce In Judd building. 'Phone red
DK. D. C. M'NABB, LOCAL STATE
Ptock Inspector and member state
Veterinary board. ' Office Tallman'
drug store. Residence 1203 E. Court
street. 'Phone main 115.
DR. T. J. LLOYD, VETERINARY
minritnn and dentist. Graduate Of
Grand Rapids . Veterinary College,
Michigan, state local veterinary in
spector. Residence 123 Coable SL
Telephone main 1 St. .
BANKS AND BROKERS.
THE PENDLETON SAVINGS BANK.
Pendleton. Ore. organize aiarcn
i iao. fnnitnl. 1100.000: surnlu
tiAA nnn Tntriit Allowed on all time
deposits. Exchange bought and sold
on all principal points, epeciai at
tention given to collections, m. n,
Hmlnn nrrmltlent: T. J. Morris. Vice-
nreairient: J. W. Malonev cashier:
Fred Sehmeer, assistant casnier.
trincyp MATIONAL RANK OF PEN
HiAtnr, rnnitnl. surnlas and undi
vided profits, 8250,000.00 Transacts
a general banking Business, acranit
bought and sold on an pans oi me
O.A.M IntoreMt nnld nn time deuos-
iia Makra collections on reasonable
terms. Levi Ankeny. president; vt.
- . . . . .
Rice, cashier: Goorge Hartman, jr.,
SECOND- n AND DEALERS.
V. STROBLE. DEALER IN SECOND-
hand goods. If there is anything
you need in new and second-hand
fihilture. stoves, granlteware and
crockery, call and get his price. No.
212 Court street.
GRAHAM. THE FURNITURE MAN,
will buy your old furniture aim give
vnn rath or new iroods In return. It
costs nothing to visit him. Postofflce
MISS GRACE HUDSON, HAR-
dresser. Manicuring, Scalp Treat
ment. Facl:il Massago and Chiropody.
Room 14. Schmidt building. 'Phone
ENGRAVED CARDS, INVITATIONS,
etc. Very latest styles. Leave or
4ers at East Oregontan sfflce.
age. He was married to Miss Iran
els P. Francher, daughter of Joseph
Fiancner, jvovenioer zo, mi, wno
llv.'d near this city, who, with three
sons and a daughter, survive him.
Blue Mountain Eagle.
Sold $2.M).000 Mine.
One of the biggest financial trans
actions ever pulled off In this city
was closed here today between Geo.
A. Petty, a well-to-do farmer of this
valley, and well known In this city.
Hurry S. Lowe, his representative, of
Sacramento, Cal., and E.. A. Bradley
of Rcvelstoke. B. C. The latter of
the trio represented an eastern syn
dicate of Cleveland and New York,
end through him a deal was closed
by which Mr. Petty sold to the east
ern syndicate his famous Lone Bach
elor silver mine for the sum of $250,
000. Harry S. Lowe, attorney nnd rep
resentative of Mr. Petty,- who Is also
partly Interested In the Lone Bache
lor mlno, arrived here Saturday night
with Mr. Bradley from Spokane, hav
ing recently returned from Slocan,
B. C, where the mine Is located, and
the three men this morning closed all
the final details of the sale which
Icrordlng to their statements has
been under heudway for several
months. Yakima Republic.
Crossing Columbia on Ice.
K solid brldgo of Ice from Crate's
Point to a point about a half mile
nbove the city covers old Columbia
a strong ohe, too. which pedestrians
nie not afraid to trust their lives on
and mony claim stock and heavy ve
hicles, could cross on It with pot the
Below Crate s Point ns far n Lyle,
the river It said to be clear, but ex
tending from Lylo to Memuloose Is
land Is another blockade. Saturdny
the steamers Kellogg and Dalles City
made their way to the island, nnd
then finding it' Impossible to cut
their way further, tied up at Stan
ley's three miles above Hood River,
The little Mnja Is also there.
Flonting Ice on the upper river has
compelled the "Relief nnd other crnft
to tlo up ot Celllo. The Dalles
Mothers who give their children
Kennedy's Laxative, (containing)
Honey and Tar, Invariably Indorse It,
Children like It because the taste Is
so pleasant It Is the Original Lax
atlcve Cough Syrup and Is unrivaled
for the relief of croup. Gets at the
trouble and drives the cold out
through the bowels. Conforms to the
National Pure Food and Drug Law,
Sold by Tallman It Co.
JAMES A. FEE, LAW OFFICE IN
STEPHEN A. LOWELL, ATTORNEY
at i-H w. uiuce in uespain diock.
CARTI.R 4 RALEY, ATTORNEYS
at Law. Office In Savings Rank
JAMES B. PERRY. ATTORNEY AT
Law. Office over Taylor s hard
WINTER & COLLIER, LAWYERS.
OfflrA. rnnma 1 and 8. Association
STILLMAN ft PniTITT, ATTORNEYS
nt Law. Mr. Stlllman has been ad
mitted to practice In United States
patent office, and makes a specialty
of patent law. Rooms 10, 11, 12 and
13, Association block.
JOHN H. LAWREY, ATTORNEY AT
Law. Office Savings Bank building.
GEORGE W. COUTTS, LATE COUN-
ty attorney from Idaho. Civil and
criminal law. Estates settled, wills,
deeds, mortgages and contracts drawn.
Collections made. Room 17, Schmidt
PETER WEST, DIVORCE LAWYER.
Office 608 Garden street.
R. J. SLATER. ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Offices In Association block, at head
A. NEWBERRY, ATTORNEY AT
Law. Room 25 Smith-Crawford
DAN P. SMYTHE. ATTORNEY AT
Law. Office In Despain block, Bast
M'COURT PHELPS, ATTORNEYS
at Law. Smith-Crawford building.
J. T. HINKLE, ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Savings Bank building.
INSURANCE AND LAND BUSINESS
HA.RTMAN ABSTRACT CO., MAKES
reliable abstracts of title to all lands
In Umatilla county. Loans on city
and farm property. Buys and sells
all kinds of real estate. Does a gen
eral brokerage business. Pays taxes
and makes Investments for non-residents.
References, any bank In Pen
dleton. JAMES JOHNS. Pres.
W. S. HENNINGER, Vlce-Pres.
. C. H. MARSH, Sec.
J. M. BENTLEY REPRESENTS THE
oldest and most reliable fire and
accident Insurance companies. Office
with Hurtman Abstract Co.
PENDLETON LODGE NO. 52, A. F,
and A. M., meets the first nnJ third
Mondays of each month. All visiting
bifthten an Invited.
Many a Pendleton Cltlien Knows How
Sure Tlicy Arc.
Nothing uncertain about the work
of Doan's Kidney Pills In Pendleton.
There Is plenty of positive proof o
this In the testimony of citizens. Such
evidence thould convince the most
skeptlcul sufferer. Read the follow
Mrs. W. E. Oliver, of 1916 West
Webb street, Pendleton, Ore., says:
In the cases of several members of
our family Doan'l Kidney Pills have
proven to be a tried and true remedy,
and not a single one who used them
has found them wanting in time of
need. When my back became lame
and 'sere and the kidneys became
somewhat disordered so that it was
difficult to attend to the simplest of
hourehold cares, I decided to try
Doan's Kidney Pills as I knew they
had helped others a great deal. I
was not disappointed and from the
good results obtained I can say that
Doan's Kidney Pills are the best rem
edy for backache and kidney trouble
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Mllburn Co.. Buffalo.
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other.
Tttc'Vnlne of a Quarantine.
This city Is somewhat worked up
over the quarantine conditions since
the warrant for the arrest of Mayor
Stoddard has been Issued, and since
Mayor Stoddard hns signified his in
tention to fight the complaint there
it no question but a great deal of
good will come out of it. Inasmuch
as the public will possibly learn how
the quarantine laws of the city are
being enforced and the part the phy
sicians have In such matters. What
ever the results of this case many be,
the final results will be that In the
future quarantine will mean some
thing. La Grande Observer.
"They like the taste as well as ma
ple syrup," Is what one mother wrote
of. Kennedy's Laxative, (containing)
Honoy and Tar. This modern cough
syrup Is absolutely free from any
opiate or narcotic, and' does not stu
pefy or constipate. Conforms to the
National Pure Food nnd Drug Law.
Sold by Tallman & Co.
Return Limit to California Excursion
The regular return lltnlt of the win
ter excursion tickets to California has
been extended to six months nnd the
price of tickets advanced J 5. For In
formation inquire of E. C. Smith
agent O. R. & N., Pendleton.
When cold winds dry and crack
the skin, a box ot salve can save
much discomfort. In buying salve,
look for the name on the box to avod
any Irritations, and be sure you get
the original DeWltt's Witch Hasel
Salve. Sold by Tallman at Co.
MEN AND WOMEN TO LEARN
watchmaking, engraving, Jewelrs
work: optics, easy terms; positions
guaranteed: money made learning;
Watchmaking-Engraving School, 1428
4th avenue, Seattle, Wnsh.
FOR SALE IB-BOOM ROOMING
house and proporty. cne block from
depot Furnih8ed throughout. En
quire this office.
GOOD ALFALFA HAY, BALED OR
loose, for sale. Delivered at 311.60
for loose and 214.50 for baled. Ad
dress N. D. Parks, box 517, Pendleton,
LIVERY AND FEED STABLES.
O. K. FEED YARD, AURA STREET,
between Webb and Alta. Stock
well taken care of. Prices reasonable.
Day and night service. L. G. Huston,
CITY LIVERY STABLE, THOMPSON
street. Carney & Kennedy, Props.
Livery, feed and sales stable. Good
rigs at all times. Cab line In connec
tion. 'Phone main. 701.
KNOWLTON'S FEED AND SALE
Stable, D. C. Knowlton, Prop., 728
Cottonwood St. 'Phone Red 8171.
M. A. RADER. FUNERAL DIREC
tor and licensed embalmer. Grad
uate of the Chicago College of Em
balming, Corner Main and Webb
streets. 'Phone main 1301. Funeral
parlors In connection.
BAKER & FOLSOM, FUNERAL Di
rectors and licensed embalmera
ODDOslte postofflce. Funeral parlor.
Two funeral cars. Calls responded te
day or night. 'Phone main 75.
HOUSF FOR RENT ON NOR
- side, with modern conveniences.
Enquire at 223 Perkins avenue,
STORE OR OFFICE ROOM FOR
rent, corner of East Oregonian
building, formerly occupied by Wo
men of Woodcraft. Apply at East
WANTED SEWING BY THE DAY
or at home. Miss Olive Tryon, 301
Thompson. 'Phone black 3872.
M AR BLE AND GR AXITE WORKS.
MONTE RA3TKT-LI BROS., MARBLE
and Granite Work. Monuments of
all description. Ornamental and cut
stone for buildings. Examine our
work; 709 Ent Court St.
people read the ads every day.
Stove Gas Burned House.
The school building In the John
(iiessler district, north of Ritzvllle,
near the county line, was wrecked
and burned Inst Friday night. The
district is a fractional one, numbered
1 in Adams county and numbered
125 in Lincoln county. The school
building was located in Adams coun
ty. The teacher wns Mrs. Lenora R.
Loften of Walla Walla, a graduate
of Whitman college. Before leaving
the building in the evening she filled
the stove with coa!, in order that a
fire might be kept during the night,
and all the dampers and drafts were
closed. At about 9 o'clock at night,
coal gas having formed in the stove,
and, becoming Ignited, a loud ex
plosion followed which completely
wre-.-ked the stove and set fire to the
building, which burned rapidly.
Ritzvllle (Wash.) Times.
Nearly every person who Is subject
to attacks from the stomach suffers
a morbid dread of a dietetic treat
ment for relief, that Is three-fourths
starvation, and one-fourth toast and
milk. On the other hand you can
eat as you please and digest the food
by the aid of a good digestant, thus
giving the tired stomach equally as
much rest. Eat what you pleasi and
take a little Kodol For Indigestion
after - wour meals. It digests what
you eat Sold by Tallman & Co.
Gas from a charcoal heater caused
the death by asphyxiation of Meyer
Rubin, his wife, son and daughter In
Brooklyn, N. Y.
Roasts and Steaks
Dried, Smoked and Cured
'Phone Main S3.
ft DEPOT ft
Paul Ilemmclgarn, Prop.
FINEST WIXES, LIQUORS A
$500 Beer on Draught X
2S Main Street.
ORNAMENTAL FOREST TREES
for winter festivities. Leave orders
at V. Stroble's fcr J. H. Gibson.
ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES JOHN S.
Vaughan. electrician. Does all kinds
of electrical work. Complete line of
electrical fixtures. Only electrical
store In Pendleton. Work guaran
teed. 'Phone, Main 139. 122 West
GET THE HABIT. PERSIAN STEAM
Cleaning and Dye Works clean, press
and mend your clothes the best and
for less. Give them a trial.
PENDLETON IRON WORKS RE-
palr work on all kinds nt machines.
structural Iron work and machine
castings. Junction of Court and Alta
streets. Marlon Jack, Pres.; w. I
ANTISEPTIC WASH OR FRENCH
Secret (Powder form). A positive
preventative for private and Infec
tious diseases. Sena i ior pacKage.
French Remedy Co., Box 1824, Spo
WANTED CLASSIFIED ADS, SUCH
as help wanted: rooms or houses
for rent: second-hand goods for sale;
in fact, any want you want to get
filled, the East Oregonian wants your
want ad. Rates: Three lines one
time. 16 cents; two times, 26 cents;
six times. 45 cents. Five lines one
tlmo. 25 cents; two times, 85 cents;
six times. 75 cents. Count six words
to the line. Send your classified ads
to the office or mall to the East Ore
gonian, enclosing silver or stamps to
cover the amount.
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r , EXPERIENCE
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quickly Mcertaln our opinion free woollier an
tlomelrlcllroonodentlil. HANDBOOK onPelenls
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Patent taken through Muuu & Co. recelrl
Special notice, wlthoatcberne, In the
A tiBfirlanmAlv lllimtmlwl Wefklr.
dilation "f a"? clentiue Journal.
Terms. W a
ir four nicmtlil. 1L. KOI
MUNN & Co.3B,Bro"d-"- New York
Branch Office, 62a T BU wainioston. u. b.
ECZEMA and PILE CURE
FPITIT Knowing what It was to suf
rivVBfer j wl g,ve FREE OF
CHARGE, to any aKIicted a positive
cure for Eczema. Salt Rheum, Erysip
elas, Piles and Skin Diseases. Instant
relief. Don't- suffer longer.. Write
F. W. WILLIAMS, 400 Manhattan
avenue. New York. Enclose Stamp.
and that will burn ; try a
phone order and be con
vinced that I handle the
good kind only.
Office. Pendleton Ice ft Cold Storage
Company. 'Phone Main ITS.
Also at Henneman's cigar store, op
posite Great Eastern store. 'Phone
Get the Best
I Dry Wood
ROCK SPRING COAL
The coal that gives the moat
W. C. MINNIS
I.we orders at Meanings' cigar
a store, Opp. Peoples Ware
'Phone Main 6.
PENDLETQ K-UKIAH STAGE
e Dally trips between Pendle-
e ton and Uklah, except Sunday, e
e Stage leaves Pendleton at 7 a.
m., arrives at Uklah at p. m.
Return ftage leaves Uklah at (
p. m., arrives at Pendleton at 6 e
e p. m.
Pendleton to Uklah, S.00; e
e roun dtrlp, 16.00. Pendleton to
Alba, $2.76 ; round trip, $5.00.
Pendleton to Ridge, $2; round e
e trip, $3.60. Pendleton to Nye,
e $1.60; round trip, $2.60. Pen-
dleton to Pilot Rock, $1.00;
e round trip, $1.60.
A quiet orderly place for a gam of
pool, billiards or a little exercise le
ILJ DRIlTlS" BASEMENT.
Corner Main and Webb Street.
A KENTUCKY COLONEL.
says. "There's llcker and llcker, but
some's better than others." He. wag
thinking of ours when he spoke. Ifg
the best liquor made, and In purity
and flavor stands unrivalled. For this
time of year we suggest for your pal
ate and digestion our "Melwood" at
$1.00 a bottle.
Oregon Wine & Liquor Co.
, BOWMAN UlAJliXk.
Near O. R. ft N. Depot.
Telephone Main 144.
THE PLACE TO GET A GLASS J
OF BETZ BEER.
: The OFFICE :
711 MAIN ST.
$ 4 4
MOST POPULAR RESORT
BEST OF LIQUORS ,
618 MAIN STREET.
Through Pullman Standard and
Tourist Sleepers dally to Omaha and
Chicago; tourist sleeper dally to Kas
sns City; through Pullman tourist
sleeping cars (personally conducted)
weekly to Chicago; reclining chats
cars (seats free) to the east daHy.
SCHEDULE FROM PENDLETON.
No. 2, Chicago Special .arrives 1:4
p. m.; departs 6:40 p. m.
No. 6, Mall ft Express, arrives 4:11
a. m.; departs 4:65 a, m.
No. 1, Portland Special,- arrive
11:06 a. m.; departs 11:06 a. m.
No. t. Mall & Express, arrives 11:11
a. m.; departs 11:16 a. m.
No. 7, Pendleton passenger, arrives
6 :3d p. m.; connects with No. 1.
No. 8, Spokane passenger, departs
11:16 a. m.; connects with No, 1.
WALLA WALLA BRANCH.
No. 46, arrives 9:16 a. m.; connect
with No. 1.
No. 46, departs 6:60 p. m.; connect
with No. 1.
Rlparia to Lewiston Leave Rlparla
dally except Saturday, 6:40 a. m.
I.nve Lewiston dally except Friday
7 a. m.
E. C. SMITH. Agent. Pendleton.
WM. M'MVRRAT, Q. P. A.,
MEN AND WOMEN.
Cm Big O for nnnattiml
d lie htr km,1u flam mt tent
trritftttooi or nlcvrmiiona
of ma oo at BumbrtnM
Ptinleu, ud not istrla
got or poUonons.
eld hy BranUt
or Mot In plain wrappat
by xrM, prepaid, toff
1 .00, or I bottlea W.75,
Circular on riMfl
W. TIIK PI ol II HAM). A
'III in Kt 4 ami Isold tnruillAw
boM, neaici with Hlt, Rihhoti.
Tat. no sllifr. Buy of - "
In hie hold by lfiiirrl.ttfvry wter.
Scot's Santal-Pepsin Capsules
A POSITIVE CURE
Of the BJadrin and Dlftettned
K itinera, jfj onre bo put.
Cutm qtitakly atul Pernja
dcdiJt Iivo worst pg ol
to inattrot bawouft ntnd
in(. Atwolutelv b-.ol'.
PoM bf dratrvwte. Wicv
fi.ft), or hj Di.ii, poaJpAii
1 .Oj, 3 boxea , 2.n.
THE SANTAl-PEPM GO,
atil to i tenSj
M m Qivum
S m u nrtraii
P trmmtm OMtojteB.
Sold by F. 3.