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DAILY BAST ORBGONIAW, PENDLKTO.N. OREGON, SATURDAY, OCTOBER PAGE ELEVEN. 15, 104. TRANSPORTATION LINES. HOTELS. EEXCHANGES 'Mu -r . XT Pi RMPTRB BUSINESS CARDS, SOCIETIES Hotel St. George WZZn AND EMPIRE PROFESSIONS AND TRADES GEORGE DARVEAO, Proprietor. if thu ' V I i.. nrevlous purchases and Active- l-.ltl!-lhlonThurmlay Irf " F0 L bv Thomas tid 'eetal candidate. 1 P"" '' They will h. a,chm Mug Boise 1 BU'L-rd. reaching ' . ..non rf"s mittee. L-man Ho ... .. inter- "'r:rX- of the Gem , In " )! the poi'U"t canc"-f!:Sondaho...r?hg: , ',.. apeakers -m (of ,he . ...i.. and when reP,rt,eed their llln-rarto- .inA'n ne "0Uth W" .'.KT has W'? inal aepartments of r. fun may "; icrease of Z last year', registration ' " he greatest Increase 'lW',.end academy. C,tudent come from , Vrmplre. although several Sound and the Wlllam """L Prior to last year few " from Spokane, but now .t. came from P de,egatlon. So-them Idaho. -n-n ed. Of the Oregon X"'"1 C0Unt'eg r"B"'"eKe s con I cZlng. notwithstanding 9. ... ..h.r rolleEes are com- lr ' : Glance from these die- Cj-walla 'alla Union. llui 1000 liuiigc Hint's. MhouBh Pes are not ve.v s i f .. u.. mn-kpt. i he l-lll'.lU U L and steady, and buying con- large scale, The C M. i .....ratlin through South- Grant, 'have bought In this sec- lon all told, several moueunu ........ . I.. hnrws. and are still In the oi roust . . . market for more. As stated at inat dme, the first slock was received In J - .... Tue last lot purchased was ui i name class aa previous purchasea and consisted of aomeming over head. The horses were bought In either small or large lota, aa found, and at prlcea rang.ng irom to up. Although the territory waa pretty well covered, local agenta are atill i,io- for further sales, and the pur chases may continue for some time. Not since this great atockgrowlng re- u.-,, overstocked with cattle, sheep and homes, has the rangea been ho well rid of the latter. Grant Coun ty Newa. New Electric Power Plant, Engineer Brown and his crew came In from the Mlnam Wednesday. While out he located his ditch line and power houae alte. The location ae cured la one and a half miles above the falls, seven miles above the Mead ows, 19 mllea from Cove by trail, ana 27 miles from Union. Mr. Brown says they can easily develop 6000 horse power. The route Ilea up Cove creek, down Boulder creek and the t ifn Mlnam. and .up the Big Mlnam. There aeema to be no question about .ni. tt-otor nnwer. It la there. Mr. Brown says a good wagon road can be built to the site for the power house. Union Republican PHYSICIANS. DR. W. 0. COLB, OFFICE IN JUDD building. Office boon, 10 to 12 a. m. ; 1 to 6 p. m. Telephones: Office main 1871 ; residence, mala 1881. DR8. SMITH k RINGO, OFFICB OVER the Pendleton Savings Bank. Tele phone 801; residence telephone, mala 1581. D a niDiriiKT n it rTi-vurn-'vn a mirm - o. uanr iinuii, ft.. V. DUBBUrftlDK. puyBltilaMl uu urgf.wu. UUICf in uuu 1uiiuiun. jviepuuaeB ; uuictj, disc 1111 DR. D. J. MFACI JCDD BLOCK. TELB- puune. mala wai ; resia nee, dibcb idi. DR. T. U. BKNDBRSON, PHYSICIAN uu BurKwn. uum ill dmtiuh piiu bnlldlng, room 1. Office 'phone, aula DR. LYNN K. BI.AKE81.KK, CHRONIC and nervous diseases and diseases of women. Jndd building, corner Main and residence, red 1158. X (uj Therapenttcs. i rvrtaln Tliov Have Oil. ),.r fiohinu for lost tools several m h idaho-Wvomlne comDany at Fossil basin, succeeded In securing them. The oil well whlcn they nave w. Binklnf is now down 1709 feet. and every Indication of being close to a body of oil could not be Detter. a..ma .nsHAftsment work Is being done now and this will be followed soon by resumption of work on the big well. Other wells have suffered no end of mishaps, so that the district has made hut little progress during the present yenr. Boise Capital News. FRATERNAL ORDERS. No. 288. Regular meetings first and third Thursdan of each month. All hrnthora vlaltln In tha rttv moat eordl- allT Invited to attend. Hall In La Dow block, Court street. 0. A. Hartmao, Sr., B. R. ; C. B. Bean, secreUry. "Isl II FOR SALE) AT THB EAST OREOON1AN talnlng over 100 big papers, can be obtain- LIVERY AND FEED STABLES. WiVTVn at nvnv t miM a j rt nvMTI.R In city or travel. Call at Kom M Blckeia nowi, i vo o iov p. m DR. LENA ALLEN BOONE, OSTEOPATH. Residence, Thompson street, between Co a it and Water streets. 'Phone, black luz. ferrous diseases a specially. tt a w I aiOTTPIl siTTBjrnv U A Ttl. JU no. -1 DAT a gutJU, A Ker vi tut nvriuwni vikvi wv VOBDie bi., renuietoa, jrenun. VETKRXXAHY SURGEONS. McNabb. Office at Tallman's drag store. DENTISTS. DR. U. S. KEUN, DKNTAL SCRCBON, Office, room 15. Judd bniiaing. B. A. PADOHAN, .iiCNTIBT. OFFICE IN Judd bultaing. I'none, req Hit. BAXKS AND BROKERS. 0JREG0N ANO UNIONPACIHC TWO TRAINS TO THE EAST DAILY Through Pullman .tandard and Tourist si.?, daliv to Omaha and Chicago; toorist sleeper dally to Kansas Uty , CITY LIVERY STABLE, ALTA STREET, through Pullman toorist sleeping cars. Carney A Kennedy, Props., livery, feed (personslly conducted) weekly to cni- and sales stable. Good rigs at all times, cano; reclining chair cars (Mats tree) to Pah lin In mnnvtU. 'Ihnn. main 701. h Raat dallv. MISCELLANEOUS Phone, main 701. th. Bast dally TIME SCHEDULE FROM PENDLE TON. EA8TBOUND. Arrive. Depart. 1 KR. "'ii : 8 f '' iil;. it. i- S h. 9 rhirua Soaelsl 6 :S0 D. fla. B :0 p. m. . No. S. Uall ft Express M a. m. 4 :S a. m. . ... : . . . maawDnntin nnsiiing, capaoie nD m large muiiuit n&o.ovv..w to work np wagon route. In city or country, for I ArrlTS. Depart. nwuiiiuiiiui,iHiiiiin,. ihh.... ., . . , ... sutea Splendid Inducemenu offered to the wo. i, rorii.m. "vr !Ma.m dreeiitattng experience and reference. Grand No. 5, Uall and Bi press inclined then Join the IntarataM Introducing Society. Memberihlp fee only 11.00. Send self addreiaed stamped envelope for full particulars THB MEN'S RESORT, CLEANING AND rresilng ranors. Laaies ana men-i won given careful attention. Detpaln block, Kaat Court street. Telephone lialn 1681. PENDLETON STEAM DYE- WORKS 7S0 Cottonwood street Cleaning, dying and repairing. Goods called tor and de livered. 'Phone, mam lowi. FIRST NATIONAL ANK OF ATHENA, I. . I annrOO anrnlna and proBts, 112,500.00. Interest on time de posits. Deala In foreign and domestic exchange. Collection! promptly attended to. nenry Aunuu, iircsiueu. . a. Kirk, vice-president! F. 8. Leurow, cssn ler ; I. M. Kemp, aailstant cashier. HOUSE-CLEANING BY THB JAPANESE House-Cleaning Co. Work done by the specialty. Prompt service at low prices. fto warden street, -i-uone maio uu. Oregon Sheep In the Contest. The Baldwin Sheep & Lnnd Co. of Hay Creek have a fine exhibition of their thoroughbred sheep at the St. Louis exposition, and they will enter Into competition with other fine sheep from every part of the world. Ore gon cattle hnve recently carried off the highest honors at the fnlr, In competition with the choicest cattle from the great eastern stock farms, and It will be no surprise If the Crook county heep fare equally well In their class. Ashwood Prospector. WILL PTE EDING THE FARMERS' BANK OF WESTON, Weston, Oregon. Does a general bank ing business. Exchange bonght and sold. Collections promptly attended to. R. Jameson, president; George W. Proebstel, vlce-preeiaent ; J. n. ensure, i-uui , rectors, G. A. Hartman, M. M. Jones. T. J Price, G. D. Graw, J. F. Kllgore, Rob ert Jameson, G. W. Proebstel. THE PENDLETON SAVINGS BANK, npi.anlT.Ad Marrh 1 Cllinnillt. anrnlllR. S7&.- JOBB. aiyiw... ---r---. - 000; Interest allowed on all time deposits. Exchange uouguc ana muni vu ... cinal points. . Special attention riven to collections. W. J. Furnun, presioeni, , n,., nKnDian, t J. Morris, cashier; J. W. laloDey, aaalstant cashier. 0 SPICES, o COFFEEJEA, BAKING POWDER. FLVOR'.NO EXTRACTS .Uiiirfcrirv. Finest F avor. arwrtjrjrreriyn.wasowottrnces. CL0SSEToDEYER3 PORTLAND. OREGON. tilt ANT CKirm CATILEM EN WILL III V YOUNG 8T(K K. tireut QiiuntllieM of Kitnl RulHed In (irunt Cotinly young; Cuttle Can it.. - x..,M.ituuAil Vrv Cheaply In Crook untl Harney Counties Ile eutiHe or Their Comparative Isola tion From tlie Murkets A. Ii. Din ovim Tnlks Enlertuliilnsly tf le llreedn (if Cuttle Tlmt Thrive Ilest on the RuneeH. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF PENDLE- ton. Capital, sio.uuu: surplus u " ..... ti nr. mm Tp.iiB.crt I general bunking business. Exchange bought ana buiu uu u i.-i, . . ...,1,1 t mA ilfTiB.ita. Makes rollectlnus on rennonable terms. Levi An- keny. president: w. . uauuca, .tc-p.j.- Went ; U. "'ce, . man, Jr., aealntant caamer. AKCIUTECTS AND BVILDEIIS. C. E. ' TItOUTUAN, ARCHITECT AND Kntierlutenaeni. rouui um Pendleton, Oregon. (g(B)AL 11 :00 p. m. 11 :00 p. m. SPOKANE DIVISION. Arrive. Depart No. T, Pendleton Pas- senssr o :oo p. m. No. 8, Spokane Pas- aenger WALLA WALLA BRANCH. Arrive Depart. No. 41, Mixed train, 1 :40 p. m. No. 42, Mixed train 5:50 p.m. No. T connects with No. 1. NaC42 connects with No. 2. OCEAN AND RIVER SCHEDULE FROM PORTLAND. All ..Ulna, dafraa Bnlllliet tO ChanffS, For San Francisco every "ve days. SNAKE RIVER. T.I I. .n T .!..nn T ... IllDarUI 1niiKrim w uo."" - dally, except Saturday, 4 :0B a. m. i,esve uewiatou oanr, ".vtv I T :00 a. m. B. C. SMITH, Agent, Pendleton. European plan. Everything first class. Accommodations the best. All modern conveniences. Steam heat throughout Roome en suite with bath. Large, new sample rooms, ins Hotel St George la pronounced on ot the most modern and model hotels of Oregon. Telephone and fire alarsa connections to office in ail rooms. Rooms BOO to $1.50. CORNER MAIN AND WEBB ST3. Block and a Half From Depot, HOTEL PENDLETON J. J. KELLY, Proprietor. The Best Hotel la Pendleton and as good as any. LET US FILL YOUR BIN WITH Washington & Rock Spring Coal Columbia River Kauruau i Recognized aa the best and most economical fuel. We are prepared to con tract with you for your winter's aupply. We de liver coal or wood to any part of the city. Laatz Bros. MAIN STREET. NEAR DEPOT. TAKE THIS ROUTE FOR Chicago, St. Paul, St. Louis, Kansas City, St. Joseph, omaua ana ALL POINTS EAST AND SOUTH. Portland and Points on the Sound. T F. HOWARD, ARCHITECT AND SO 'nerlntendent. Mnkes complete and re liable plans for bindings In the city or country. Room IT, Judd building. F. E. VAN DL'SEN CO., CONTRACTORS and bullderB ; on, i"uc v - work ; address iiox too, i H. M. SLOAN BLACKSMITH Horaeahoeine. general reoalr- wagon making and repair ln. The way I have built up my business ,e by doing noth- ia but good work. Prlcea rea nuble. t. Cottonwood t Alta Sts. Bullion, Aaparos, Tomato Bullion, HOT DRINKS "WH. Clam ttan Broth, MoUb!, Cocoa. THE CABINET ' J-011-. H Drinks, Cigars and m ta season. 101 Court o . 3J.miUN80N.Pron. J. L VAUGHN ' nCTWOIAK. tett n riven and all executed properly. SuppUe. of ,u ( tribune Bulldinc.) iters' Flouring Mills ?.0 barrel. a 'lour, inn "neat riCV 1 U 1 tlf a, sat aasaai XocaaA I "Uimtsl. f vloSAl !l?,.BI?'2""Hiirsl a I. Tinnnvnn. the Iy.ee cattleman, who tvlth other Izec men drove cat tle to this place this week, stiites that the Orant county cattlemen are rapidly abandoning the breeding of entile to any considerable extent, and are depending more und more upon Crook and Harney counties to supply the animals which they feed. tlrniit rmintv Is developing Its for age crop Industries so rapidly, and mMr on it in pun be Kotten so cheap ly farther In the Interior, that cattle raising Is undergoing rapid moctm- nfLtlnti. in riraiit cnuntv the tendency la strongly In favor of the Hereford (hut Is nrobablv a majority ot me cattlemen raising an equal number of animals, favor that breed. In Crook and Harney countlea the preference is not decided either way; proDaoiy iv la about half and half. Mr. Donovan personally favora the composite, noia ing views Identical with J. C. Loner an n that suhtecL He has bred pure Hereford and pufe Durhams. and the mixed, all In large numbers, and his preference Is decided that the half and- half Is the very beat beef animal from any standpoint. He observes that unless me pure blood Is kept to the highest notch It deteriorates rapidly; this Is true In either case. The Hereford goes through this program unless new ana foreign blood Is Introduced continu ally, which Is a heavy Item of ex- nanaa Am a result, the DUre DIOOO Herefords are coins; out of favor even among the strongest partisans or. hrAttri wkn ir fnrrad LO EQinit lMi they cannot possibly do any Detter than to raise grades. ' Mr. nonovan avers that experience nnri nhaArvnttntl ViaVfl shown him that the Durham will stand Inbreeding much the; best, and retain Mne ramiiy characteristics far more persistently than the Hereford, when the breeding la aunnnaarilv nure. In other woros. the Durham will stand Inbreeding haii.. without runnlns' down ana runnlnsr out. than the Hereford, Nevertheless, Mr. Donovan is strong ly In favor of the mixea oreea. MOUSE & Dl'NLAP, CONTRACTORS AND J1V. . . .,m on short no- tire. Leave orders at otrice oi uraj a llarbor Lumber tfc wtwii mat uu t4Mt . . f ... ... mMTBACTOrtB AND I BHBRR y"- ?."7.uLt .hart builders, . isstimate. ."" ----: nn.lm Jnh wora a airevmi.. r- servlcfc Shop on Bluff atreet, near Main. Expert Collectors Wa rlAVA located a branch office In Pendleton, and will make collecting defunct bills a specialty. No ac count too old for us to handle. Our plan la: "No collections, no charges. Suits Instituted, Judgments advertised. The Van Alstlne-Cordon & Co.. Mer- contlle Agency, H. V. LIpe & Co., Blgrs. 119 E. Court St. Telephone Main 811. TIME CARD. Ai.i.ivn nt Pniullctim Monday. Wed nesday ami Frliluy, 1:45 p. in. Tuesday, Tlmrstliiy una suturuuy, 11:45 a. ill. Leave Pendleton 7 p. in. Leave Walla Walla dally, eastbound 1 1 .00 n. m. Arrive Walla Walla 10:45 a. m. H.n Infnnn.llnil ..DlnllnB r.tPS mnn,ai..na II nn nr .itdrMUl W. A I, A MB. AlieilL. Pendleton, Oregon. 8. B. CALDEuHEAD, O. r. A., Walla Walla, waabington. . . muuinmR AND BUILD- O. A. , "V",V'V . klnd. er. Estimates lurunu - i of masonry, cement wai., """.--"; etc. Leave orders at r-aai nee. . . - .a n. I T. M. KELLER, PLABTKniwti nu.mt ment ng. cemenj w..- -.--"-".: teed. Lea" ordersat Badley . gehner . BOARDING AXD LODGING. THiVaLTa'h'oiJsbI OK THE WORKING W.V&S.l"!. : re':'. streets, r irsi-viaa. ------ . i aonable rates: clean beds, neat rwm, feed yard In connection, b. v. ' - ATHENA HOTEL. LEADING HOTEL IN the city, w f Mil leu, proprietor. THE ARLINGTON ROOMING HOUSE- him Hsin ou " , tor. Everything neat, clean ana rai-c. dally, westbound, and (0 ni-ia T-Tntpl Ppndleton has lust been refitted and refurnished throughout. Phone anil lire alarm connection.) with all rooms. Baths In suites and single rooms. lleaduuurtera 'r Traveling Men. Commodious Siimiilo ltooms. Rates $2.00 and $2.50 Special rates by week or month. Excellent Cuisine. Prompt Dining Room Service. Bar and Bllllurd Room In Connection Only Three Blocks From Depot. THE Hotel Bickers (Formerly Golden Rule.) COURT STREET; ; TO n ainar afaNAGR- bblix "r.ii;; u moot. Oooa sieais aao v-. ri,ini von come once you will sep s-co"- Only -hl.U.aelp,Pleyea. p- - . " d Uatolst nrVX.rlt.tOTA. ana miw. j. . r-r COTJAOB HOTBL-WHBN ion GO TO S&rTt propiwar. fl"Mls-I Mrs. C. H. Belts! hss again as- sumed charge. . PAPA'S SHIRT WILL SOON FIT WILLIE it k. i.i.i it tn a laundry which not .n into, whether It shrinks or not. Brought here, Willie will have to wait until he grows to fit 1L Our laundering of linen shirts, collars and cuffs Is beyond cavil. i-nces ri.hi in tin. with modern Ideas. THE DOMESTIC STEAM LAUNDRY SECOND-HAND DEALERS. " " T... na.ng IN 8BCOND- V. tbusub, "r" ..Whin, won hand gooos. wiw. 7 .. . . - uawii. na nn iui ui.u,. sea in new . . ... Korea, graalteware ana croc... j, STbUi Vices. No. 212 Court street : kt i : . ... . . in inv auantuv uesirea. luei u. w unnlv von with wood. Best a solid wood furnished at right prlcea Prompt delivery. Largs RUNS PULLMAN SLEEPING CARS ELEGANT DINING CARS TOURIST SLEEPING CARS ST. PAUL MINNEAPOLIS DULUTH FARGO GRAND FORKS CROOKSTON WINNIPEG HELENA and BUTTE THROUGH TICKETS TO CHICAGO WASHINGTON j PHILADELPHIA ' i. NEW TORK BOSTON And all points East and South. m. L il.k... l.naii anA PhlnS. via Tacoma and Northern Pacific Steamship Co. tad American nam. TIME SCHEDULE. Train lain Psndlaton daily sxcsDt Sun- .a. at T -OO n. m. For further Information, time tarim, -V . ..II nn nr writ. W Adams. Pendleton," Oregon, or am. v. v,un"u L Third snd Morrison Bta, PertUnd, Or. t Remodeled and refurnished through'- out Everything neat, clean and up- to-date. Steam heat and electric lights. Best cuisine. Prompt senrtoa. H. E. BICKERS, Proprietor. aad I an(j imall orders solicited. INSURANCE AND LAND BUSINESS Office at Pendleton Cold . . .-w. gn m a K KM intllll cn?y. Loan, en city and farm propsrty. Buy. of real satate. - " in.V hnalnaaa. Pays taxes sad makas lavest- manta tor non-resiawaua. : bank la Pendleton. O. 1 HARTMAN, JR., Tics Pres. C intra srm C.r. Henry Kopittke : (Dutch Henry.) . n. v r t a. a. 0 rnene saiun iioi. a asaasaaasssssaa To Discuss Football. n.a Uninn Tovl Oct. 16. Presl dents of state universities through out the country will gatner in uvm Moines the last of tnis montn 10 ui. niM aninnna requirements, scholar shin standards and athletics. Under the last named head the university nnMirf.ni. win la said, consider the advisability of' placing football under greater restrictions man is i" at present President George E. Mac Lean of the University of Iowa will preside oyer the conference. UMATILLA COTJNTI ABSTRACT CO. DWbuAy "fT. wards ana a ciwuw v. -- --- Im ..i. . an accorau sbatraet mt Tt reasonable chargs. Consult ns hl. i. niedof an abstract Umatilla AblSact CeToffic. Is Savlags Bank Bullo- Scotl's Saixtal-PeDsIa Gansules a a N rvMllfB buna 1 U RKNTLBt REPRESENTS THB "' ... m aaii.hl. Sra a ad mjetA. .nVH. companies. Office wlta Hartman Abstract Co. JOHN HAILBT. JB-. V. B. LAND COM - . . al.lt BiaA. of land Sl- mission... ' I i. nroof. Iasnranee and eollao-l ttoai. Of Ice la Jaoo Mldlaf, room 1. For I DtUmmavUwM r OsUarrfe asi Ml rr I in itt saauu aviwaima Sldam. Vo tun do Nims AntabI ani Pam-BUK. BfsBtlT th VOTtwt IM Oi jrnwrhin am wWitvM, JO WW"T OI DUW JB-sfJ staua Sold by F. W. Schmklt Co. THE PORTLAND i or PTtRTTiAND. OREGON. American plan, 8 per day aad upward. V , HeadquarUrs for tourists and commercial ': travelers. Special rates made to families , and single gentlemen. The managsnMat i, will bs pleased at all times to show roosas (, ; and givs prices, a mooero .ur.i. " t asubllshment In ths hotel. f DELIGHTFUL ROUTE AYLIGHT RIDES IZZY CRAGS EEP CANTONS A Golden Opportunity Sea nature In all her glorious beauty, and then the acme of man's handiwork. The first is found along ths 11ns of ths DENVER RIO GRANDE RAILROAD, the lattsr at tha St Louis World's Fair. Tour trip will be ons of pleasure make the most of It For In formation and Illustrated liter ature write vr. CI McBRIDE, General Agent, Portland, Oregon. Insure in j Reliable Companies; That pay their losses promptly. Otw companies stand at ths neaa of ths list Assets. '! Alliance Assurance Co. .. 1J,9S,1 London Lancashire Firs Insurance Co. l,14,g. North British k Mercantile ! l,s.si 11,1.7,11 Co. Royal Insurance Co. FRANK B.CLOPTOf AGENT. I lit EAST COURT STREET. i (I riii 1 .!