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WANT ADS if you want to buy or sell almost anything WANT ADS IT IS UP TO YOU S TO USE ttr EVENING STATESMAN WANT AD PAGE Delivered by carriers each evening to nearly all the homes of the city, Ihc Evening Statesman is the best advertising medium in the city. For placing yo« r Business Card or Advertising Articles, or Properties for Sale. For Rent, J] L J________L For Exchange, Lost or Found, no better medium could be used. One cent ■ 1 i-i L a word for first insertion; half a cent a word for subsequent insertions. 0 0 H 1 | HELP WANTED. iTlntf.d-energetic TRUST rthy man or woman to work in Washington representing Large Man ufacturing company. Salary $40 to tM per month, paid weekly; ex l;n4s advanced. Address with stamp. J- H. Moore, Walla Walla, frash. WALLA WALLA EMPLOYMENT Agency, No. 3 North Fourth street. Phone Main 1474. Headquarters for harvest hands. When in need of help of any kind write, if in a hurry H phone or telegraph at our expense. We are in a position to fill all orders promptly. We have registered with us engineers, separator tenders, header runners, forkers, cooks, sack sewers, fireman, straw stackers, hoe down. All men we send you are ex perienced. Will stay with you all through harvest. It will pay you to leave your order with us. Wanted—lo laborers, $2.25 per day; 10 teamsters, $2.25 per day. MALE HELP WANTED LEARN TELEGRAPHY AND R. R. Accounting; $50 to $500 a month sal ary assured our graduates under bond. Our six schools the largest in America and endorsed by all rail roads. Write for catalog. MORSE SCHOOL OF TELEGRAPHY, Cto* cinnati, 0., Buffalo, N. V., Atlanta, Ga., La Crosse, Wis., Texarkana, Tex., San Francisco, Cal. WANTED. WANTED —FURNISHED OR UN furnished cottage. Address, P. O. Box 114. WANTED—AN OFFICE BOY, COM petent to assist in bookkeeping. In quire Electric Planing Mill. WANTED — T E A MS TO HAUL wheat by the sack. Samuel Drum heller. Wanted—loo second-hand bicycles it Alder Street Bicycle Shop. Wanted—To repair that oil wheel at the Alder Street Bicycle Shop. - GENERAL. We will buy that old bicycle at the Alder Street Bicycle Shop. FASHIONABLE MODISTE. HAND and tailor uork a specialty. 426 W. Alder, corner Seventh. Phone 1447. EXPERIENCED DRESSMAKER — Mrs. Buren, 508 Pleasant street Phone 1571. We will fix it at the Alder Street B 'cycle Shop. CHIMNEYS CLEANED—LEAVE orders at Fire Station No. 1, or p kone Main 57. Come and see us at the Alder Street Bic Kle Shop. «E COAST HOUSE, 7% ALDER Str *et. opposite postoffice. Up to date i n every respect. Employment Wice in connection. Phone 212. Sarr/l J ay , Prop . Bo °T AND SHOE REPAIRING Prprnpt! >' done. Prices right. First- Class Wcrk guaranteed. H. Romer, East Alder street J THE CASCADE FUEL CO. FOR ood or Coal. Phone Main 214> ~' ' ; str eet Bicyr-le Shop is be :l • and Fourth. The num -o€r « 117. SHOP::: kind« ale retail dealers In all "Pair h ' deS ' WOO1 ' SCrap ' ron ' bras *' m-J rubber - le ad, zinc, bottles. anV ÜbberS and 5:60011(5 - hand ««cks, SeconJ -hand furniture, stoves 3 carpets. TEIN & Y °UDOVITCH. *'\ n 3 <* 11 East Main St. WASH. L>v , c °PPer, bottles, lead. FV n,bber ' h,des ' furs - * tc - St.. Phone Black 993. __ Cla 'Rvoyancy; Clairv oy an WALSH ' THe GIFTED atth eßfc '! S rtUl giving readings ocr First* Ue Lod S in g House, cor fSt ar -l Main. FOR SALE. FOR SALE—AT A BARGAIN, REM ington No. 7, Typewriter, nearly new. Call at office of Cascade Fuel Co., 24 E. Alder street. FOR SALE—GOOD, YOUNG DRlV ing horse, harness and 2-seated sur rey; a snap if taken at once. 704 Catherine. Extra good Jersey milk cow. 704 Catherine. Furniture of 6 room with or without piano; house to rent to party buying furniture. 704 Catherine. Good upright piano at a great bar gain. 704 Catherine. For Sale—All kinds of bicycles at the Alder Street Bicycle Shop. SOME CARDS FOR SALE HERE. "No Trespassing," (cloth). "For Rent," (all kinds). "For Sale." "Buttermilk, Be." FOR RENT. FOR RENT—FURNISHED ROOM; 123 Park St. FOR RENT—SLEEPING ROOMS, 307 South Fourth. UPHOLSTERING. WALLA WALLA UPHOLSTERING Company, 60 South Palouse street. Phone Main 673. Chas. Caldwell, Proprietor. GROCER. THE PLACE TO BUY GROCERIES is at the store of J. F. McLean, 124 East Alder street. PROFESSIONAL. DR. J. C. MACK, PHYSICIAN AND Surgeon. Special attention given to diseases of women and electrical treatments. Office, rooms 21 and 22, Postoffice building. Phone: Offices, Main 440; Residence, Main 950. W. R INGE DALTON, M. D., 44-7 AR cade, Seattle. Skin and genlto-uri nary diseases. DR N. G. BLALOCK, M. D., OFFICE in Rees-Winans Bldg. Phones: Of fice, Main 272; residence. Main 342. DR. J. J. MURRAY, VETERINARY surgeon and dentist; graduate of American Veterinary College, New York City. Office, Mcßride Bros.' livery stable. Telephone, Main 66, Walla Walla, Wash. DR. C. P. GAMMON, PHYSICIAN and Surgeon. Office Paine Bldg. Specialty —Diseases of Women and Children. Phone, Office, Main 316; residence. Main 582. BANKS. .— GENERAL BANK < J *"%Jrr LNG PATS 2% Checking Accts. 4% Savings Accts. Capital $100,000 ABSTRACTS OF TITLE. [F YOU WANT TO SAVE MONEY, see us before ordering Abstracts. We keep on hand Blank Deeds—we give them away. Call when you need them. WALLA WALLA ABSTRACT CO. Basement Baker-Boyer Bank Bldg. OCULIST AND AURIST. DR. BRIDGHAM. OCULIST AND Aurist. Eye. Ear. Nose and Throat. Postoffice building. Phone Main 268. S. MATTHEWS MENTAL Scientist. Magnetic, Thermal and Electric treatments for all chronic diseases. Rheumatism Rooms 2. 3. 4, Reefer Bldg.. Alder St. Phone Main 1599. SUITS PRESSED. & DY ing Works. (The New Place). Suits sponged and pressed ments especially solicited Wort guaranteed. 10% « St. Phone 783. SUITS AND PRESSED. 16 N. Second St. Phone Main 716. THE EVENING STATESMAN SATURDAY, AUGUST 5, 1905. W T anted —To buy that old second hand furniture at the Alder Street Bi cycle Shop. HAIRDRESSING. OLGA SCHAFFNER, SHAMPOOING. Scalp Treatments, and Manicuring. Phone Main 896; No. 12 North Sec ond street. UNDERTAKERS. J. W. COOKERLY—LICENSED EM balmer and undertaker. Babcock block, 7% First street Tel. Main 379. PICARD & HENNESSEY, UNDER TAKERS AND LICENSED EM BALMERS, 312 W. Main Street. Phone 151. Opposite Court House. SMITH & MACMARTIN, FUNERAL directors and Embalmers, 130 East Alder. Telephone Main 322. Em balming a specialty. Die Brucke Building Corner First and Main. UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE— Room 8. Office hours: 9 a. m. to 4 p. m. THE BRIDGE CLOTHING STORE— Alvin G. Baumeister, Prop. Cloth ing, Hats, Shoes and Gents' Furnish ings. Agent for Ed V. Price & Co., Fine Tailoring. WM. L. STIRLING—CARE OF Es tates, Fire Insurance and Surety Bonds and Conveyancing. Room 1. LEAVE ORDERS AT THE BOOK Nook for Card Engraving and Fine Stationery. EDISON PHONOGRAPHS ON THE installment plan at the Book Nook. Ransom Block Corner First and Alder Streets. Business Directory SECOND FLOOR. HOUGHTON & READING, REAL ES tate, Insurance, Money Loaned. Rooms 200-201. Telephone Main 540. DR. C N. SUTTNER, ROOMS 212, 213, 214. Telephone: Office, Main 185; Residence, 186. DR. J. F. BOYLE, ROOMS 212, 213, 214. Telephone: Office, Main 185; Residence, 1036. J. W. INGRAM, M. D., ROOMS 204- --205. Telephone: Office, 572; Resi dence, 486. THIRD FLOOR. T. H. HANBIDGE, M. D., OCULIST and Aurist Specialist, Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. Rooms 308 and 309 Ransom Bldg.. Phon« 644. DR. CLARA MOORE, ROOMS 314 and 315. Ransom Bldg. Office phone 155; residence phone 1348. DR. A. E. BRADEN, ROOMS, 304 TO 307. Phone, office, Main, 1443; resi dence, 1444. W. B. CASSILL, DENTIST, ROOMS 310-311-312. Office, phone Main 461; Residence, Mam 576. FOURTH FLOOR. WEATHER BUREAU, ROOMS 412- --413. F. Newman, observer. Tele phone Main 514. ONE BATH WILL GIVE AN IDEA of what a course of the Viavi baths and our system of treatment will do. Try one. Viavi Parlors, 402- --403, Ransom Bid*. Tel. Main 606. l~o~st: LOST—SMALL BLACK PONY LAST Friday night on Balm street. Finder return to 704 W. Poplar and receive reward. LOST —A BLUE SERGE VEST WITH gold watch and chain, also a Walla Walla Meat Co.. C. O. D. book. Re ward to J. Casey, 507 West Poplar for reward. FOUND. FOUND—DEPOSIT BOOK CON taining valuable papers. Owner may secure same at this office. RESERVE YOUR ROOMS FOR THE PORTLAND FAIR NOW. Through an agreement with the Portland Service Co. we are in a posi tion to reserve rooms In Portland for a limited number. It la not necessary to give the "date you expect to be In Portland at the time application is made for room. Your accommodation will be reserved for you when you ar rive. It is advisable to make reservations for rooms early in order to save time on arrival. Rooms can be had now from 75 cents to $3.50 per day and those making application now will get the choice of the rooms. For full information call on or ad dress, R BURNS, General Agent, No. 21 Main St. Walla Walla, Wash. LEWIS AND CLARK EXPOSITION June Ist to October 15th. Tickets to Portland will be sold from Walla Walla daily at rate of $9.75 for the round trip, good for thirty days. For ten or more traveling on one ticket a rate of $7.30 for round trip will be made. Tickets limited to ten days. In addition to the above daily excur sion rates the O. R. & N. Co. will, from time to time during the fair, run a series of coach excursions at very low rates. Dates for these excursions will be announced later. R. BURNS, General Agent, O. R. & N. Co., Walla Walla. Wash We Are in Our New Building Better prepared than ever to serv» our customers with everything In th» meat line. Don't forget the place, GUS. HARRAS Alder Street • Opposite P. 0, It Is a Well Known Fact that whenever a meritorious articl* comes into the market and enjoys good patronage some one will try to imitat* it and thereby destroy the reputa tion of the original article. To guard against this I caution the lovers of a good Cigar to look out sharp and gel the genuine article and no substitute FIEDLER'S LONG ONES (LUZ DE ORO), INVINCIBLE and SWEET ERIN are made of the best Imported tobacco in the market. THE BLUE MOUNTAIN CIGAR FACTORY J. M. FIEDLER, Prop. THE HORSESHOE PETER WERNER, Prop. Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars imported Lunches. 108 MAIN STREET. The SCHWARZ JOHN KREMER, Prop. Walla Walla's Finest Resort Come and hear the Grand Orchestriar 120-122 MAIN STREET. EUREKA SALOON LA FORTUNE & CO., Props. WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS 222 W. Main St. Phone Main 357 THE ELK SALOON JOHN BACHTOLD, Prop. Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars i 24 MAIN ST. WALLA WALLA THE OFFICE Wlaes, Liquors and Cigars ALBERT Nl EBERGALL, Prop. 114 MAIN ST. WALLA WALLA YOU WILL FIND BETZ BEER to be the pleasing, satisfying kind. It is good not only one day but every day. It makes friends and keeps them because it is excellent in every respect. Why not give it a chance to make a friend of you? Jacob Bet? Br'rj & Malting Co. MADE A TOUR OF COUNTRY The Oldsmobile Once More Made One of Its Famous Hill Climbing Trips. W. C. Wilson and H. B. Kershaw, grain buyer for Dement Bros.' com pany left Walla Walla Thursday morn ing at 8:30 in one of the Olds 'touring runabouts, going to Lowden station and up the canyon from Lowden sta tion 11 miles, calling on a number of ranchers and back to Lowden station. Then down to Touchet station, arriv ing at 11:15 for lunch. They made six stops calling at six different ranches. They left Touchet at 2 p. m. went up Ash holiow to Anspach's ranch, a distance of 11 miles, where they stopped for the night. They left Anspach's Friday morning and went down the ridge to the Walla Walla river to calling at W. A. Rice's, H. Rayston's and John Rodger's. Then back past the Anspach place, making eight miles to the Dodd ranch, calling on Springer, Joe Kellough and Braney Allen. Then across the country pull ing through sand and up the sand hills most of the time, the machine cutting into the sand up to the axles, to Wil liam Plucker's ranch where they had lunch. Leaving Plucker's they pulled through Reeser's sheep pasture which was nothing but a bed of sand and sagebrush, striking the county road near Luckenbill's, thence on to Eureka Junction where they stayed all night. Leaving Eureka Junction Saturday morning they went to the Babcock ranch then to John Hoffman's ranch where they witnessed one of the Holt Brothers' large steam combine har vesters at work. From there they went Lum Hale's and then to Clyde; from Clyde to D. R. Kirk's ranch where they lunched. They found Mr. Kirk up in the hills with a Holt combined harvester threshing his grain, which he says will make from 35 to 40 bush els to the acre. Leaving Mr. Kirk's ranch they crossed over the steep hills, pulling through dust from six inches to a foot deep to Pleasant View. Leaving Pleasant View they went through the hills and mountains to the Drysdale ranch where they stopped for the night. They left Drysdale's ranch Sunday morning and pulled up the Skyrocket mountain into Prescott. From Prescott they came on to Walla Walla, reaching here at 1 p. m. The entire trip was made without an accident or breakdown of any kind. However, the main driving chain was parted twice while pulling through sand two feet deep with the driving wheels roped. One tire was punctured coming into Walla Walla near the state penitentiary. The engine never refused to run at any time. The car bonator became clogged with dust once which was removed. The machine which is ready to make the same trip over at once, can be seen ! at the Holt Manufacturing company's place of business or calling on W. C Wilson. The machine is one of the $750 class, and anyone contemplating purchasing one it will be to their advantage to investigate the Oldsmobile before placing an order. RUB ON ■Painktttet and the Rheumatism's gone. EQU ITABLE LIFE (Strongest in the World.) MILTON HUBER, District Mgr. P. O. Box 227, Walla Walla. Telephone Main 167. J. H. TIMMONS. TRANSfEK All manner of freight, goods an.l musical instruments handled with care All orders promptly attended to. For warding freight a specialty. Office, Mc- Kittrick's Shoe Store Phone Main 265 We have the latest _-%eg*-fea gl , and most approved ap paratus for accurate Eye testing. We make no charge for examina tion. G. G. Schneller, Oph. D. Optical Specialist IIS. Second Phone 392 2k a arsV iteoßic'iNAi sc'Hoot, iff Founded In 1890. Succewl^ flg, Uw Conrae. Liberal Ternu H H Special 0»»rHs«. Spraau« CsrrM J* on,, * nrs * tMM.ic.iicEidi . OstreK.Mlv* WEN AKO WOMEN. OeßieO for unnatural liltoi discharges,inflammation., JHW Ga»r»ot«J ■ irritations or ulcerationj ran not to itrictorf. of m«c o v » membranes J rrrMßto CoaUfloa. Paiules', an J not aitrii grSlTHtEvans Chemical Co. gem or ,wi«<>nous. CINCINNA7I,OaH| Sold by »ruar»l»U. I s. *. or cent in Pl»' n wrappe*. by exprefg. prepaid, fol si 00. <x 3 botttea $2.75. PAGE SEVEN FI6HT WENT TO USUAL DRAW QUEENAN AND DONNELLY EN TERTAIN 400 PEOPLE WITH FINE BOXING MATCH. Could Hardly Be Dubbed Prizefight— Tuttle and Kelso Furnish Fun of Evening. | The fight between Jack Donnelly and i Perry Queenan at Armory hall laat j night was voted a rattling good ex ! hibition by 400 spectators who crowded j the big hall, but as a prizefight—never. Perry and Jack are too good friends to climb into the squared circle and pummel each others' heads into mince meat and the worst damage that was I done during the 15 rounds was Queen an blotching up Donnelly's short ribs with half arm hooks. Referee Vaught declared the fight a draw. A big crowd turned out last night on the prospects of seeing some good sport and while the main event might have been a trifle tame to a few hard ened veterans of the ring, the one pre liminary between "Jack" Tuttle and Ed Kelso, a pair of lightweights was fierce enough to satisfy the most dis criminating ring patron. Tuttle is a fast youngster with a punch that brought home the coin, although Kelso brought the red from his opponent's mouth in the second round. Kelso was plainly out of condition and the beat ing that Tuttle administered didn't help him. Kelso took the count of six in the first round and was sprawling on the floor several times In the second. When he did land it jarred Tuttle. brings home the coin, although Kelso The bout was declared a draw. The main event did not start until well toward 10 o'clock. Queenan made I his appearance in the ring at 9:40. He | was followed by his seconds, Ed ! Humes and H. Harris. Donnelly fol : lowed a minute later. He was second ed by "Jack" Carter and "Babe" Brown. Both men looked in good con dition. Donnelly was introduced as hailing from St. Louis and Queenan as from Seattle. Queenan was given an ovation when he was introduced. Donnelly was given a generous amount of applause and bowed his acknowl | edgements. When the men were called to the i center of the ring for instructions some one entered a protest against them fighting with one arm free as called for in the articles of agreement and clean breaks was decided upon. The gloves were inspected and tied on and the men called to the center of the ring for the first round at 10 o'clock. Queenan commenced feinting rapidly and landed a light left to the face and they clinched. Donnelly rushed and uppercut with left but Queenan clinch ed and no harm was done. Queenan landed hard left on jaw and repeated the dose a second later. The gong rung with the men in a clinch. The succeeding seven ronuds were a repe tition of the first, both men going Into a clinch after each exchange. The eighth started of as if something was doing. Queenan landed two lefts to the jaw and Donnelly rushed, upper cutting fiercely with rights and lefts but doing no damage. He sent in a straight left a minute later that rock ed Queenan's head. The men clinched frequently. The ninth to thirteenth rounds were devoid of any sensational work although several hard blows were landed by both men. In the fourteenth and fifteenth rounds the men livened up to their work a bit but it was apparent that the go would re sult in a draw and little enthusiasm could be worked up among the crowd. Wanted —A boy with a horse to carry route for the Evening Statesman. Call at once. , | j j| SPECIAL RATES TO DENVER AND RETURN VIA N. P .RY. $50.00, on sale August 10, 11, 12, 13, 30, 31. Final limit 30 days. For par ticulars inquire W. & C. R. R. J. P. GOODHUE, F. F. ROOT, Agent Agent. S. B. CALDERHEAD, G. F. & P. A. SPECIAL RATES TO EASTERN POINTS AND RETURN VIA NORTHERN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. St. Paul, Minneapolis, Duluth. Kansas City, St. Joseph, Leav enworth, Omaha, Council Bluffs. Sioux City $52.50 Chicago * 64 0(> St. Louis *«°-°0 On sale August 24th, 25th, Septem ber 16th, 17th. Stopover in either direction. Final limit, 90 days. For particulars inquire of W. &C.R R. J- P- GOODHUE. F. F. ROOT. Agent. Agent S. B. CALDERHEAD, G. F. & P. A.