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DAILY EAST OREGONW, PEWPLErox. OREGON. MONDAY. OCTOBER IT. 1804.
PAGE SEVEN. Or THE EXCHANGES INLAND EMPIRE i. valley. Wmoter and vmterday A " " ',' the field Mint " . "tl the pro; . l.ui i" .. ... to ue built 5wj .b" com" r.rrrma.lo.. obtain- . i. an - iiir ii. ? Ir ker..J:;, th.it C tM r o railroad Is a f dV" "'Another year rolls ?S fwt " ines timber and .n. ol'fe ;.., City. . by .he S'l of Plndld K.,,Tn -n waiting the jr-s p,aced 01,0,1 ' that the engineers, r rmocrat htw BMdsto Wa Uuiia. n connected with road walla county since VMgl . renre- fJ'm Union yesterday,' H" J say that I believe that P'n l..hed by the fcXJ o county eommlsslon fcfdTw ' Permanent road M a w ver accomplished r!fliar!0 years under the old tS. !m thoroughly In favor of road law and would on y tZ U amended so as to Screws being used at the ZmUmmW have been ,pla.edwhen the present law Cscted.-Walla Walla Union. nual meeting of the olub, which will be held In Armory hall, Condon, on the 27th and 28th Inst., says the Con don Globe. Mr. Stewart went to Portland last Monday and engaged the best pipers, dancers and singers for the occasion, who are the best artiste In their sev eral lines obtainable. This will be the greatest event In the club's history, and by far the best entertainment ever given by this who deservedly popular olub. Combining this experience wun a, areo ue u uiuuej In procuring taient oi me iiisucti ur der. It goes without saying that the public will be Invited to witness a urogram in every respect satisfactory, and which will further enhance the icoutation of the Scottish people and the Fossil Caledonian Club as enter tainers. Farmors' Tlione Line. The farmers' independent telephone line was completed Into town this week and 'phones installed in sever nl of the business houses. The In struments are first-class and are nice Iv finished. This line has Deen in successrui operation among the farmers In the vicinity of Haines ana kock uree for some time, and now that It is connected with the town will prove a greater convenience. There are now about 30 subscribers and "when the line is completed It is thought the number will exceed 40. Haines Rec ord. Flclit With Bear. With his left leg and three ribs broken, besides being terribly cut and bruised, as the result of a thrilling encounter with a huge brown bear, Frank Wlllard, a prospector who lives In a little hut at the foot or Menden hull glacier, about IB miles north of - .1 1-- ..l..,..n 11. f nH ., ...... i r.,iiiloii. juneuu, - aiumui, 7 '- Catdonlans at loimoii. , rm,.i...t !. i.i. Met. J. I). McJ'-nr- i nimumi i .--,-- ! 'mm . , oiowart of1 kind of country, from tne place H ''In m! where he encountered the animal, to r' .y h m, tl.ev the camp of the Manxfleld Mining hrionsaiuraay, ui . , MnOlnnl creek. Seattle (tht Condon committee unu i.- (jdriirransements for the great an- Star. BUSINESS CARDS, SOCIETIES PROFESSIONS AND TRADES PHYSICIANS. DR. W 0. COLE, OFFICE IN JUDD bonding. Office hours, 10 to 12 a. m.; 1 to 5 D. OS. TfllAuhnnM ; niri m.iP. 1871; residence, main 1881. DR8. SMITH k RINGO. OFFICE OVRH tb Pendleton RavlnM Rank phone 801; residence telephone, male SOUS. H. 8. GARFIELD, If. D. HOMEOPATHIC ptayslclaa and surgum. Office In J odd building. Telephones: Office, black 1411; residence, black 24. DR. D. J. M'FADL. JCDD BLOCK. TEI.B. Pacne, mala 881 ; resld ace, bleck 181. ATTORNEYS. BEAN PERRY, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office over Taylor's Hardware store, Pendleton, Oregon. JAMES A. FEE, LAW OFFICE IN JDDD building. HAILEY LOWELL, ATTORNEYS AT law. otrice In Deapalu block. BALLERAY A M'COURT, LAWYERS, A8 soclatloo building. CARTER RALEY, ATTORNEYS . AT law, office In Sayings Bank sending. DR. T. U. HENDERSON. PHYSICIAN and surKeon. Offlr in Rawing nnb building, room 1. Office 'phone, main 1411; residence, red 1228. DR. LYNN K. BLAKE8LRE. CHRONIC and nerrons dlseasee and Him r women. Judd building, corner Main and Court streets. Office 'phone, main 721 : residence, red 1168. X Rat Therapeutic. DR. LENA ALLEN BOONE, OSTEOPATH. Residence, Thompson street, between Court and Water streets. 'Phone, black 1024. Nervous diseases a stwclaltr. MRS. M. N. 8AWTELL. COUNTY MAN. aeer of the NorthwMt Vlavl Ca A9n Cosble St., Pendleton, Oregon. VETERINARY SURGEONS. VETERINARY 8URQBON DR. D. C. McNabb. Office at Tallman's drug tare. DENTISTS. DR. M. 8. KEKN, DENTAL BDRCBON. Office, room 13. Judd building. B. A. ITADOHAN, DdNTIBT. OFFICE IN Judd building. -I'bone, red 1411. BANKS AND BROKERS. WINTER A COM. 1KB T au vviis ntr. c. rooms 7 and 8 Associativa building. AARON TURNER, ATTORNEY AT LAW. in lourt street. 8TILLMAN PIERCE, ATTORNEYS AT law. Mr. Btlllman has hm admitted 10 practice In United States patent oi Aces, and makes a specialty of patent law. nuuuia iu, ii, n ana is, Association DIOCK. FRATERNAL. ORDERS. B. P. O. ELKS, PENDLETON LODGE, No. 288. Regnlar BMetlngs trst and imra -inunaaya oi eacn montn. aii brothers visiting In the city most cordi ally Invited to attest. Ball In La Dow Block, Court street. G. A. Hartmaa, 8r, B. R.; C. B. Bean, socreUry. FOR SALE AT THE EAST OREGONIAN office larse bnndla of nwaoarjra. ron- Ulnlng over 100 Mg papers, can be obuln- en ror cents a nunuie. LIVERY AND FEED STABLES, CITY LIVERY STABLE. ALTA STREET. Carney 4 Kennedy, Props., livery, feed and aalea stable. Good rigs at all times. van line in connection. 'I'bone, main 701. MISCELLANEOUS FIRST NATIONAL ' ANK OF ATHENA, Oregon. Capital, $r0,COO; surplus and profits, 812,600.00. Interest on time de posits. Deala In foreign and domestic exchange. Collections promptly attended to. Henry C. Adams, prealdeat; T. J. Kirk, vice-president; F. B. LeOrow, cash ier; I. M. Kemp, assistant cashier. VEGETAWiES. Cimti, 2c per lb. Potiton, new and best, S1.2G sack, He lb. Cabbage, !c to 2!4c lb. Onloni, 2c lb. Orn onloni, 5c per bunch, 3 for Turnips, 2!Jc bunch. Mm beans, 8c lb. Tomatoei, 50c per box; 4 33' 5c pel Popcorn, shelled, 10c lb; 3 for 25c. FRUITS. Apples, 11 boi. Peaches 70c box. Bananas, 40c dozen, lemons, 20c dozen. Oranies, 40950c per dozen. UTCSTOCK AND POULTRY. The following prices are nalrl lv tilers to the producer: Chickens, hens, 8c; 3764.2B per dozen; roosters, $3 3.26. Butter, 40c cash; 60o trade. Ebbs, fresh, 26c dozen. RETAIL GROCERY PRICES. Coffe Mocha and Java, best, 40c per lb.; next grnde, 35c per lb; lower grades coffee, 25o to 15c .. per lb.; package coffee, 20c per lb. Sugar Cane granulated, best, $6.76 per sack; do, 13 pounds, $1. Salt Coarse, XI per 100; table, J 2 . r, 0 per 100. Itlce Best head rice, 16c per lb.; ! next grade, 12Vte per lb. Flour B. B., $4.26 per bbl.; Wal ters', S4.2G per lb.; $1.15 per sack. Bacon 14 22c. Ham 17 22c. Lard 70c 5 lbs.; $1.35, 10 lbs. Stock salt $1 sack; $14 ton. CHOICE BEEF CATTLE. Steers, $2.60. Cows, $2. . Hobs, live, $5 5.60. Hogs, dressed, $7 7.60. Veal, dressed, 67c. Sheep, $1.762.26. THE FARMERS' BANK Of WESTON, Weston, Oregon. Does a general bank ing business. Exchange bought and sold. Collections promptly attended to. R. Jameson, president ; George W. Proebstel, vice-president ; 1. R. Kilgore, cashier; di rectors. G. A. Bartman, M. M. Jones, T. J. Price, G. D. Graw, J. F. Kilgore, Rob ert Jameson, G. W. Proebstel. WANKRD TEA AND COFgltK AC.RNT. huitllng, capable man of large acquaintance to work up wagon route. In elty or country, for established firm ; lurgeit retailers In IheDnlted HUtos. Bplendid inducements offered to the uaue; no Kiaft, uooa oar to riant ntrtv. Aa dreai, elating experience and reference. Grand lAlOfl l&A uu. THE MEN'S RESORT, CLEANING AND Pressing Parlors. Ladles' and men's work given careful attention. Despain block, Eaat uouri street. Teiepnone ssam iobi. PENDLETON STEAM DYB WORKS 730 Cottonwood street Cleaning, dying and repairing. Goods called for and de livered. 'I'bone, main 1BU1. TBH PENDLETON SAVINGS BANK, I'endleton, Oregon. Organized March 1, 1889. Capital, $100,000; surplus, $75, OOO ; Interest allowed on all time deposits. Exchange bought and Bold cn all prin cipal points. . Special attention riven to collections. W. J. Furnish, president; J. N. Teal, vice-president ; T. J. Morris, cashier ; J. W. Maloney, assistant cashier. HOUSE-CLEANING BY THE JAPANESE House-CleanlnK Co. Work done by the day, hour or iob. Window cleaning a ipeciaity. prompt service at low prices. 0ii4 uarnen street. 'Phone Main ini FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF rENDLE ton. Capital, $70,000; surplus and un divided priitlts, $ll!u,000. Transacts a general bunking business. Exchange bought siilri mi all nartH of the world, in terest uuld on time deposits. Makes i,llu,-tlnnii on rensounh e terms, lvi An- keuy, president: W. F. Matlock, vice-president ; G. M. Itlce, cashier ; George Hart- mull, Jr., asBlslunt caBhler. WANTED ADVERTISERS TO MAKE use of these classified columns. If yon have something you have no use for, offer to trade It for something that some other body may have and have no use for, some thing that you may need In your buslnesa. You may have an extra horse that you may wish to trade for a cow or a vehicle. Somebody may have tne cow ana venicie and want the horse. 15c or 20c want ad 111 probably do the business 9X1 WILL SOON FIT ?!. i'.10 4 '""nary which I.'.Mhether rtn k-. Mht hen wun. tilt HI I. "'HIC Will kC"11,11 row to fit It. wTk i?llnen "". collars U J.,yon,, vU. Prices asstw. '"ouern ideas. STOAM LAUNDRY HAY AND FEED. Chop barley, $22.50 per ton; per lb. Chopped wheat, $1.40 per 100. Bran, 60c per sack. Shorts, $1 per sack. Ooats, H4c per lb. Alfalfa, loose, $15 per ton. Wheat, loose, $15 per ton. Timothy, baled, $22 per ton. IKe 1 SLOAN sHTV,Mral "Pair T",0 Price, rea- " Alta Sta. EXCURSION RATES TO 6T. LOt'IS The Washington & Columbia River Railway. For the World's fair at St. Louis the following rates are announced: To St. Louis, going via St. Paul or Billings, returning any di rect route $60.00 To Chicago, goln via St Paul or Billings, returning any di rect route 65.00 To St. Louis, returning from Chicago; or To Chicago, returning from St. Louis 452.50 To St, Loula, returning via Chi cago; or To Chicago, returning via St. Louis 65.00 Children of half-fare age. half the above rates. Tickets on aale October S, 4 and 6 Good going 10 days from date of ale, returning, SO days from date of sale. Oood for stop-over at any point within the limits. For full Information regarding routes, side trips, etc., call on or ad dress, WALTER ADAMS. AQT,. S. B. CALDE RHE AD, Pendleton. General Passenger Agent, Or. Walla Walla, Wash. wil ... vnm v ... loniAi. Cocoa. Buliii on, "his Cigar, and "uter . Zmg nills ARCIUTECl'S AND BUILDERS. E. TltOUTMAN, ARCHITECT AND Superintendent, room 12 Judd block, Pendleton, Oregon. T. F. HOWARD. ARCHITECT AND SU nerlntendent. Maaes complete ana re liable plana for bulldlnga In the city or country. Koom if, juou Duuuiug. F. E. VAN DU8EN ft CO., CONTRACTORS and builders; brick, stone and cement work ; address Box 455, I'endleton. SIORKR & DITNLAP, CONTHACTOR8 AND llullders. estimates given on snort no tice. Leave orders at office of Grays Harbor Lumber Co. SHEEK A COLE, CONTRACTORS AND builders. Estimates lurnisiiea on snort notice. Job work a apeclalty. Prompt aervlce. Shop on Bluff street, near Main T 1 MAV. CONTRACTOR AND BUI LU ST. Estimates lurnisnea on an aiuvu of tnaaonry, cement walks, stone waus. etc. Leave orders at cast uregonian oi Bee. T. M. KELLER, PLASTERING ABU t-'H- mentlna. cement waias a pviiij. iratimAtM fnrnishiMl free. Work guaran teed. Leave orders at Bsdley zenners clear store. Main street. P. u. nox iue BOARDING AND LODGING. TUB ALTA HOUSE, OK THE WORKING People's Hotel, corner Alta and Mill irt mt.pIhm ncrnniinoaations : rea sonable rates : clean beds, neat rooms : feed yard In connection, a. t;. numer, t-ry. ATHENA HOTEL, LEADING HOTEL IN the eltv. I1.UW to 11.0U per oi. a. . Mlllen, proprietor. THE ARLINGTON ROOMING HOUSE 618 Main Bt. w. L. asowuoy, vcoy"- tor. Everything neat, clean ana iirst-c HELIX HOTEL UNDER NEW MANAGB- tnent. uooa meaie ana cian yon come once you will keep a-eomlng. Only white help employed. Bepeclal at tention given to commercial travelers. Bar. and Mrs. j. r. tuavus, prasirmbviv. COTTAGE HOTEL WHEN TOO GO TO Umatilla stop at the Cottage HoteL Whlta help, home cooking, everything neat and clean. Mia. James o t-oaaei proprietor. . It W ill Be to Tour Interest. If you contemrjlnfa vlaltlnr the St Louis exposition, to secure reliable Information aa to railroad service, the lowest rates and the best routes. Alio to local oondltlong in St, Louis; notele, etc., etc M you will write the undereigned, stating what Information you desire, the same will be promptly furnished. If we do not have It on hand, will se cure It for you If possible, and with out any expense to you. Address, ' B. H. TRUMBULL, Commercial Agent, 141 Third Street, Portland, Oregon, J. W. 8orlber nmiManl AF th Farmers' and Traders Bank of La Orande, has sold his Interest In the First National of Sumpter and re Igneds aa president of the Sumpter "" His shares sold for $16,000. Big Una Stetson hat at Roosevelt's. THE CITY HOTEL, PILOT BOCK, RB modeled and refurnished. Everything first-class. Mrs. C. H. Battel has again as sumed charge. SECOND-HAND DEALERS. w HTRDRI.n. DEALER IN SECOND- 'hand goods. It than Is anything yon ub and MoonA-hand furniture. stoves, granlteware and crockery, call and get nu prices, wow sis INSURANCE AND LAND BUSINESS HARTMAN ABSTRACT CO. MAKES reliable aUUmets of title to all lands i. it .in. Mnnta r.nana on city ana farm property. Buys and eells of real estate. Does a general brokerage business. Pays taxes and makes Invest nita for non-residents. Refer encs, any bank In Pendleton. G. A. HARTMAN, Pres. Q. A. HARTMAN, JR., Vic Pres. W UMATILLA COUNTY ABSTRACT CO. Don't buy A piece oi prop-rw wards And a cloud on the title, will make yon an accurate abstract r. '. 1 S .hl, riiirn Conault wh In nT of an abstract l- CmatllUa Abstract Co, offlc la Savings Bank Build- in . TRANSPORTATION LINES. HOTELS. Hotel St. George GEORGE DARVEAU, Proprietor.. OREGON Sll OUTLINE ahd union Pacific TWO TRAINS TO THE EAST DAILY Through Pullman standard and Tourist Sleepers dally to Omaha and Chicago; touriat sleeper dally to Kansas City thrnnirh Pullman tourist BleeDlOC Cars, rmmnnl f NlflnH'rMll VMS T IO LOI- cago; reclining chair cars t seats tree) to tne aaai aaiiy. TIME SCHEDULE FROM PENDLE TON. BA8TBOUND. Arrive. Depart No. 2, Chicago Special B :S0 p. m. B :40 p. OS. No. , Msll Express 4 :S5 a. m. 4 :48 a, m. WESTBOUND. Arrive Depart No. 1, tMrtiaad ope- clal a :tu a. m. a :oo a. m. No. 6, Mall and Ex- press 11 :uu p. m. sirovp.m. SPOKANE DIVISION. Arrive. Depart No. 7, PeniWeton Pas senger B :bo p. m. No. 8, Spekan Pas senger :iu s, m. WALLA WALLA BRANCH. Arrive. Depart No. 41, Mhted train, 1 :40 p. aa. No. 42, Mixed train 8:50 p.m. No. T connects with No. S. No. 42 conoecU wltb No. 2. OCEAN AND RIVER SCHEDULE FROM PORTLAND. All sailing dates subject to change. For San Francisco every five day. SNAKB RIVER. Rloarla to Lewlaton Leave Blparla dally, except Saturday, 4 :uo a. m. Leave Lew is ton daily, except trriaay, 7 :oo a. m. B. C. SMITH, Agent Pendleton. 'Jiff " '2':: European plan. Everything flret- class. Accommodations the best All modern conveniences. ' Steam heat throughout Roome en suite with bath. Large, new sample room. Th Hotel St George I pronounced on of the most modern and model hotels of Oregon. Telephone and fire alarm connections to office In all room. Rooms 50c to $1.50. CORNER MAIN AND WEBB ST9 Stock and a Half From Depot HOTEL PENDLETON J. J. KELLY, Proprietor. The Best Hotel la Pendleton and as good as any. Washington & Columbia River Railroad TAKE TUTS ROUTE FOR Chicago, St. Paul, St. Louis, Kansas City, St. Joseph, Omaha and ALL POINTS EAST AND SOUTH.' Portland and Points on the Sound. LET US FILL YOUR BIN WITH i Rock Spring Coal Recognized as the best and most economical fuel. We are prepared to con tract with you for your winter's supply. We de liver coal or wood to any part of the city. Laatz Bros. MAIN STREET. NEAR DEPOT. Expert Collectors We have 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 Is: "No collection, no charges. Suit Instituted, Judgment advertised. The Van Alstine-Gordon tc Co., Mer cantile Agency, IL V. Llpe Co., Mgra. 119 E. Court St Telephone Main 811. TIME CARD. Arrive at Pendleton Monday, Wed nesday and Friday, 1:45 p. m. Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, 11:43 a. m. Leave Pendleton 7 p. m. Leave Walla Walla dally, ' eastbound, 11 :00 p. m. Arrive Walla Walla dally, westbound, 10:41 a. m. For Information regarding ratea and accommodations, call on or address W, ADAMS, Agent, Pendleton, Oregon, s. b. caldemiead; 0. P. A., Walla Walla, Washington. The Hotel Pendleton has Just been refitted and refurnished throughout Phone and fire alarm connection with all rooms. Buths In suites and Ingle rooms. Headquarters fur Traveling Men. Commodious Suniplo Rooms. Rates $2.00 and $2.50 Special rates by week or month. Excellent Cuisine. Prompt Dining Room Service. Bar and Billiard Room In Connection Only Three Blocks From Depot fer) Wood ' mm mm a m O In any quantity desired. Let u ... . uppiy you wun wooa. eesi olld wood furnished at right price. Prompt delivery. Large and small order solicited. Office at Pendleton Cold Storage Co. Henry Kopittke (Dutch Henry.) 'Phone Main 1781. RUNS PULLMAN SLEEPINQ .CARS . ELEGANT DINING CARS TOURIST SLEEPING CARS ST. PAUL MINNEAPOLIS DULUTH FARGO TO GRAND FORKS CROOKSTON WINNIPEG HELENA and BUTTE THROUGH TICKETS TO CHICAGO WASHINGTON PHILADELPHIA NHW YORK BOSTON And all point East and South. Thronih tickets to Janan and China, via Tacoma and Northern Pacific Steamship Co. and American una, TIME SCHEDULE. Trains leave Pendleton dally except Boa- day, at T:00 p. m. Wnr fnrtiiar Information, time earda. suns and ticket, call on or writ W. Adam, Pendleton, Oregon, or A. u. t,nsniiufl. Third and Morrison SU., Portland, Or. J. M. BBNTLBT REPRESENTS TBS eldest and most rellabl. nje and aocl. dent Insurance companies. Office witn Bartman Abstract Co. JOHN HAILBT. JR., U. . LAND COM sTtMiooer. Specialty mad of land l Ings and proof. Insurance and iollee Mom. Office la JuM building, rooa !. SCHEDULE OF PEN DLETON-UKIAH Stage Line Dally trip between Pendleton and TTklah, except Sunday. Stag leaves Pen dleton at T a. ., arrives at Uklah at p. m. Return stain leave (Tklan St 4 a m., arrives at Pendleton 6 p. m. Pendleton to Uklah, $8; round trip 15; Pendleton to Alba, 12. TS; round trip, ol Pendleton to Rids. 82 : round trio. 18 50. Pendleton to Nye, 11.60: round trip, $2.50. Pendleton to Pilot Reck, $1; round trip. Bl.MJL Office at Brock McComaaf Drag 8 tars. The East Oragoman Is Easter Or egon's repreaenUtlv paper. It let and the doodIs DDrwOlate It I how It by their liberal patron. H la the advertising medium ef this eotlon. . 4.. THE 4, Hotel Bickers (Formerly Golden Rule.) V COURT STREET. ' a -J in Z2L , Remodeled and refurnished through out Everything neat, clean and up to-date. Steam heat and sloe trio light. Beat cuisine, Prompt service. H. E. BICKERS, Proprietor. THE PORTLAND or PORTLAND, OREGON. American plan, $8 per day aad upward. Headquarters for tourists and commercial travelers. Special rate mad to families and single gentlemen. The management will be pleaaed at all times to snow rooms and give price. A modern Turkish bat establishment In the hotel. H. C. BOWBBB, Manager. DELIGHTFUL ROUTE ATLIGHT RIDES IZZT CRAGS EEP CANYONS A Golden Opportunity See nature In all her glorious beauty, and then the acme of man a handiwork. Th first 1 found along th Una of th DENVER . RIO GRANDE ' RAILROAD, th latUr at th St Lout World' Fair. Your trip will b on of pleasure make th most of It For In formation and Illustrated liter ature writ T. G. McBRLDE, Ctoneral Agent Portland, Oregon. Insure in Reliable Companies That pay their !o promptly. Oof companies stand at th head of ths list Assets. Insurance ZJarttnrA Fir Co sii.sss.sie Aillanc Assurance Co. .. 19,019,9(1 London A Lancubir Fir Insurance Co. ,.. 8,644,918 North British aV Mercantile Co. 19,(91,174 Royal Insurance Co. .... 11,897,1(1 FRANK B.CLOPTON AGENT. US EAST COURT STREET. , I. ' ! .' I ''t, H . P- " U 1 s v f.