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( A' .a EIGHT PAGES. DAILY EAST OREGONLAN, PENDLETON, ORRGON. MONDAY, JANUARY 20, 1908. PAGE SEVEN. AMONG THE EXCHANGES OF THE INLAND EMPIRE FISH Choice roasts, steaks and boil ing meat fresh every day. Lard, smoked and cured meats, wholesale and retail. EMPIRE MEAT CO. Phone Main 18 hi t m i i i r OREGON UNION PACIHC Through rullman Standard and Tourist Sleeper daily to Omaha and Chicago; tour.Jt sleeper dally to Kan "u City; through Pullman tourist sleeping can- (personally conducted) weekly to 'Jhicago; reclining chali cars (seats free) to the east dally. SCHEDULE FROM PENDLETON. EASTBOUND. No. 8 arrives from from Portland 4:10 p. m. No. 2, Chicago Special, arrives 4:4 p. m.; departs 4:40 p. m. No. 6, Mall & Express, arrives 2:55 a. m.; departs 2:56 a. m. , ' WESTBOUND. No. 1. Portland Special, ariivei 12:25 p. m.; departs 12:25 p. m. No. 5, Mall & Express, arrives 1:05 a. m.; departs 1:05 a. m. No. 7 departs for Portland I a. m. SPOKANE DIVISION. No. 7, Pendleton passenger, arrlTM 4:30 p. m.; connects with No, 2. No. 8, Spokane passenger, depart 12:30 p. m.; connects with No. 1. WALLA WALLA Br ANCH. No. 41 arrives 2:00 p. m. No. 42 departs 5:00 p. m. dally ex cept Sunday; connects with No. 1. PILOT KOOK BRANCH. Southbound. Leave Pendleton 8:45 a, Arrive nt Pilot Rock.... 10:00 a. Northbound. Leave Pilot Rock 2:00 p, Arrive at Pendleton 3:15 p. m. Dally except Sunday. SNAKE RIVER. . Rlparla to Lewlstnn Leave Rlpsrl dmiy except Saturday, 6:40 a, m. Leave Lcwlston daily except KrIJ) 7 a. m. F. J. Ql'INLAN. Agent. Pendleton. WM. MMURRAY. O. P. A., Portland. Ore m. m. m. PENDLETON-UKIAH STAGE Money in the Hog IJuhIiicss. Many ranchers of this section are coiiHlderlng the advlsabll ty of going Into the hog business, as a means of getting rid of the surplus of grain produced in this section. The plan Is doubtless a good one and will not only. create a market for the grain, dui will prove a most profitable venture. Judging by the experience of those who have tried it, a good deal more than present net prices can be se- cured out of our wheat by feeding It to hogs. One great obstacle to hog raising on an extensive plan In this section has been the question of water, but that Is being solved by the drilling of deep wells. Crook county, and In fact central Oregon, Is at present producing a very small percentage of the pork pro ducts consumed by it, and offers a ready market for all the ham, bncon and lard that can be produced In this section. There Is money In it for the hog raiser and for the farmer, and it will keep at home the thousands of dollars sent out every year In pay ment of Imported pork products. sation' with the gullllble youngster, found out where he was going, and when th train reached Pocatello, he related a tear-start' ng tale about hav ing a corpse in the baggage car, which he had to transfer to another train. Ho didn't have the money, but had all kinds of checks. He wanted a small loan, for a few moments. The youngster dug up all the money he had $17.50 and handed it over to the bunco man. That Is the last heard of the coin. The police are on the wutchout for him. Pocatello Tribune. Ihnmmwwm mt if w p Four Lines, in Daily, Weekly and Semi-Wkly $1 per month Rupetlieurt Paid Cot of Funeral. The body of George McKlnney, who wits frozen to death while carrying mull from Atlanta to Rocky Bar on December 25, but whose body was not found until December 28 A Carload of Onions. Wolfe & Morton, of Union, this week shipped to Portland a car of Rni.illan Red onions that will not be excelled in the state. From a trifle less than un acre and a half, these men harvested 50,000 pounds of prime marketable onions, to say nothing of the sales of bunch and dried onions that were made during the season. These onions net the growers SI. 35 per 100 pounds at Union a low enough price when one considers the high class of the onions. Union Republican. CLASSIFIED PHYSICIANS. J. A. BEST. PHYSICIAN AND SUR geon. orrice in Savings Bank ounaing. -rnones: Office, main 164; coiuciitc, main ijd DRS. SMITH ft TEMPLE. OFFICE Smith-Crawford building, opposite puaiuiutw. xeiepnones: ornce, Main av; ur. tsmitns residence, Main 169; Dr. Temple's residence, black 2782. brcAight to Mountain Home, says a HspiUch from that place. Relatives were notified and word was received from a sister at Ken nett, Cal.. the former home of the young man, to snip me Doay to uou Hill, Ore., but as there were no funds sent to defray expenses and nothing could be learned, he was burled here at 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon. Rev. Mason conducted the funeral ser vices. The expense of the funeral was paid by Miss Ethel Wayte, the young lady to whom he was to have been married soon. Hooted In Gentlemanly Fashion. The young men of the city made a hit with their rooting at the basket ball game last evening. It was en- was, thusiastic and spirited, but never I.. . ... DR. R. E. RINGO. PHYSICIAN AND Surgeon. Rooms 3 and 4 Schmidt ounaing. 'Fhone, office main 622; residence main 23. H. S. GARFIELD, M. D., HOMEO pathlc physician and surgeon. Of fice Judd block. Telephones: Office, black 3411; residence, red 2633. 1 World-Old Bunco Trick. A young ninn, a passenger on Short Line train No. 9 from the south this morning, was the victim of an ancient trick worked by a well known bunco man. The latter engaged In conver- uoistcrous, and it needed but a s g nal from the referee to produce ab solute quiet. Between halves, popu lar parodies entertained the audience This Bort of rooting 'Is commend able. It smacks of gentle manliness and helps to make basketball popu lar with the general public. La Grande Observer. That the smallpox In Its revised form has spread over certain parts of the city Is evidenced by the yellow flag, which is occasionally seen hang ing from the doors of residences. The latest district to hoist the' yellow cloth Is that portion of Baker City which Is known as the "Nile," where a great many of the foreign element live. All union principles have been laid aside there for the present, giv ing way to the scab formations. Ba ker City Herald. DIMINISHING TIMBER SUPPLY. Dally trips between Pendleton and Ukiah. except Sunday. Stage leaves Pendleton at 7 a. m., arrives at Ukiah at 6 p. in. Return stage leaves Ukiah at 6 p. m., arrives at Pendleton at 6 p. m Pen ileton to Ukiah, 83.00; round trip, J5.00. Pendleton to Alba, $2.76; round trip, $5.00; Pendleton to Ridge, 82.U0; round trip $3.60. Pendleton to Nye, $1.60; round trip, $2.60. Pendle ton to Pilot Rock, $1.00; -round trip, $i.eo. IN ONE OR MANY COLORS LARGEST FACILITIES IN THE WEST FOR THE PRODUCTION OF HIGH GRADE WORK ATtt At LOW AS USTIII ROSSES i '( l -11 A 4 JiSi iMMlo 60 YEARS' L EXPERIENCE J H W 2 a r lAuwy-n mm- .iswa I x i4 Tradc Mab "Mll' COPVRIQHTS i Trade Mark i Ac - Mm .kairh and description mT fltloHl, MMfUHi our opinion frw ' to Mr" l,Kn l:tl ! iBkoii tnrounh Muiin A to. racalTS nr.-Utt nolUt, wll liout chum, ill the Scientific American. A bni1omlr lllimtnitwl wrtlr. T " BSUNN & Co.a-'New York 1 HMHWUlf""! llaoharmLiBfiamjaaUma niUtloBt m aiemtlM of biooii mmi PtlnltM, sod sot (t or poltoBoos. old fcr Dranis r Mnt In pUlg wrtn br tifrtu, prpat4, ft- I.OO.orlbotUMa. Olnalw tutl M irr Scott's Santal-Pepsin Capsulss A POSITIVE CURE ForInflmmtlonorCtMtr of the Bladder nd Dlseasar Kidneys. No cure no ps Cures quickly tud Perm neatly the wont esses a Monorrhoos and Gleet, DC matter ot how long stand Ing. Absolutely harmlea. Sold by drugglati. Prm $1.(10, or by mill, postpaid kfl(l0,8boxcsfm THE SANTAL-PEPSIM Ms ILUFONTAINI.OMKfc Sold y Uie Pendleton Dnuf Oomptwi Dally East Oregenlan by carrier, only 16 cents a week. te Over 50.000,000,000 of Tlnibor UsoJ In tlio Year 1007. The agricultural department has Is sued the following bulletin showing the decrease in the timber supply of the United States: Since 1880 the sources of lumber supply have undergone remarkaWle changes. The f rst change was In the regions from which the principal kinds of lumber were produced, and this was followed by the substitution of other kinds of wood In their places. Neither the centers of the lumber Industry nor the leading classes oi n-ru nre the mime as thev were 25 years ago. In 1889 nine states Michigan,' Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, New York. Texas, Arkansas. M'ssls slppl. Louisiana and Washington produced 52.8 per cent, or more than half of the total lumber production of the United States. In 1908 these states produced 51.5 per cent, practically the same propor tion but the changes which have tak en place in the output of individual stntes are very striking. Michigan, for Insane, cut 23 per cent of the total In.lSSO nnd but 5.6 per cent In 1906; Louisiana cut 0.7 per cent of the total In 1880 and 7.6 per cent In 1906; Washington furnished but 0.9 per ceitt of the lumber production of 1880 and U.5 per cent of thnt of 1906. The cutting out of the virgin timber in the north and east has been followed by increased drains upon the forest resources, of the south and west. Despite these conditions the amount of timber required has In creased year by year. The Increase In consumption of timber since 1880 has been more rapid than the In crease of the population, and greater than In any similar period In the his tory of the country. This shows In a striking manner how much the na tion depends upon forest products, and indicates how greatly all Inter ests must suffer as lumber becomes scarcer and dearer. Statistics gathered by the bureau of census and the forest service show that the quantities of timber used last year for lumber, shingles, ties, pulpwood, cooperage stock, mine timbers, lath, distillation. veneer, poles, tanning and turpentine and rosin, expressed In board feet, reach a total of approximately 60 billion board feet. dry' dates may be done this year. Ul timately it Is expected that the date will form an Important addition to California's fruit product. So confl dent of commercial success are those who have been watching the date ex perments. that considerable plant ing has been done by private grow ers. The region selected for the experi ment Is the Coachella valley, west of Salton and north of the Imperial val ley. There is no reason, experts say, why it should not be covered with thriving ,date plantations that will produce the larger part of the fruit all of which Is now Imported. DATES GROW IV CAUIX)UNI.. Southern Pnclfio Makes Succowrul Kxncrimnit. San Francisco, Jan. 18. Investi gations by the Southern Pacific com pany have gone far enough to show that the date palm can be grown suc cessfully In California soil. At the government's experimental farm near Mecca, In the Colorado desert, sev eral acres have been set out and the Uvea are thriving. They have not reached the full bearing stage, but several branches have produced as hlnh as 20 pounds each already. Mr. Fee, passenger trafflo manager of the Southern Pacific, has received sam ples of both the soft and dried dates produced at these farms, and pro nounce them of excellent quality. The successful growing of the date tree of the desert In California is almost as great a triumph as the suc cessful Introduction In the past few years of the Smyrna fig. Some pack ing and shipping of both soft and lVrtiinl a Garfield Club. A. Case and H. K. Rlsher are In the city today on business. In speak ing of the news of Haines and Rock Creek It was learned from them that an initial step has been taken by the republicans of that part of the coun ty and a republican club formed. O. W. Vanderwall, Mr. Chase and Dr. Durgln composed the committee that canvassed Haines ' and Rock Creek precincts and organized the Garfield club with J. C. Osborn as president. There'will be a meeting of the new club soon which will probably be in the form of a smoker and speakers from all over the country will be present to review the ach'ovements of republicanism. Raker City Herald. DR. D, J. M'FAUL, JUDD BLOCK. Telephone, main 831; residence, black 1(1. DR. T. M. HENDERSON, PHYSI clan and Surgeon. Office In Sav ings Bank building, room 1. Office 'phone, main 1411; residence, main 1661. DR. J. G. M. LUTTENBERGER, Physician and Surgeon; formerly of St. Louis. Rooms 16 and 17 Schmidt Bldg.; phone main 190; Res. Main 62. DR. LYNN K. BLAKESLEE, CHRO nlc and nervous diseases, and dis eases of women. Judd building, cor ner Main and Court street. Office 'phone, main 72. X-Ray and Electro-Therapeutics. NURSES. PRACTICAL NURSE WILL TAKE confinement cases at her home. Mrs. Lulu G. Smith. 705 Lewis St. Pendleton. OSTEOPATHS. DOCTORS HOISINGTON. GRADU- ates of Klrksvllle School. Suite 6. Association block. 'Phone Main 60S. All diseases treated. DIRECTORY Extra Lines over Four, 25 Cents per Line per month ATTORNEYS. JAMES A. FEE, LAW OFFICE IN juaa ounaing, CARTER & SMYTHE, ATTORNEYS at law. Office in Savings Bank building. JAMES B. PERRY, ATTORNEY AT Law. Office over Taylor's hard ware store. LOWELL & WINTER, ATTORNEYS and counsellors at law. Office In Despaln building. INSURANCE AND LAND BUSINESS HARTMAN ABSTRACT CO., MAKES reliable abstracts of title to all lands In Umatilla county. Loans on city and farm property. Buys and sella all kinds of real estate. Does a gen eral brokerage business. Pays taxes and makes Investments for non-real-dents. References, any bank In Pen dleton. JAMES JOHNS, Pres. W. 8. HENNINGER, Vic --Pres. C. H. MARSH, Sec. J. M. BENTLEY REPRESENTS THIS oldest and most reliable fire and accident Insurance companies. Office with Hartman Abstract Co. 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 block. PETERSON, PETERSON & WILSON, Attorneys at Law. rooms 3 and 4 Smith-Crawford building. JOHN H. LAWREY, ATTORNEY AT Law. Office Savings Bank building. PETER WEST, DTVORCE LAWYER, umce ous uaraen street. R. J. SLATER, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office in Association block, at head of stairs. S. A. NEWBERRY, ATTORNEY AT Law. Room 25 Smith-Crawford building. RALEY at law. building. & RALEY, ATTORNEYS Office In Savings Bank M'COURT & PHELPS, ATTORNEYS at Law. Smith-Crawford building. DENTISTS. RALPH C. SWINBURNE. DENTIST. .Room 17 Judd Building. 'Phone black 3981. DRS. M. S. KERN AND R. E. Farnsworth, Dental Surgeons, Of fice, room 16, Judd building. 'Phone red 3301. VAUGHAN BROS.. DENTISTS. Of fice In Judd building. 'Phone red 1411. PRUITT & OLIVER. ATTORNEYS at Law. Rooms 10, 11, 12 and 18, Association Block. ARCHITECTS, CONTRACTORS. ETC D. A. MAY, CONTRACTOR AND Builder. Estimates furnished on all kinds of masonry, cement walks, stone walls, etc. Leave orders at East Oregonlan office. T. M. KELLER, PLASTERING, brick and cement work. Estimates furnished free. ' Work guaranteed. 'Phone black 2042. FUNERAL DIRECTORS. M. A. RADER, FUNERAL DIR EC tor and licensed embalmer. Grad uate of the Chicago College of Em balming. Corner Main and Webb streets. 'Phone main 130. Funeral parlors In connection. BAKER & FOLSOM, FUNERAL Di rectors and. licensed embalmer. Opposite postofflee. Funeral parlor. Two funeral cars. Calls responded to day or night. 'Phone main 76. SECOND-HAND DEALERS. PHYSICAL CULTURE. INDIAN CLUB SWINGING CLASS for ladles or gentlemen. Meets every Tuesday and Thursday In Ml Iarkey hall at 7 p. m. Phone Miss Hazel Crosson, black 3432. V. STROBLE. DEALER IN SECOND hand goods. If there is anything you need In new and second-hand furniture, stoves, granlteware and crockery, call and get his price. No. 212 Court street MISCELLANEOUS. LIVERY AND FEED STABLES. DR. LLOYD D. IDLEMAN, DENTIST. Sundays and holidays by appoint ment. Schmidt building, Pendleton, Ore., 'Phone Main 623. Office hours 9 a. m. to 6 p. m. VETERINARY SURGEONS. DR. D. C. M'NABB, T OCAL STATE Stock Inspector and member State Veterinary Board. Office Tallman's drug store. Residence 315 Lewis St. Phone main 69. CITY LIVER STABLE. THOMPSON street. Carney & Kennedy. Props. Livery, feed and sale stable. Good rigs at all times. Cab line In conec tlon. 'Phone main 701. FRATERNAL ORDERS. PENDLETON CHAPTER No. 23 meets second and fourth Friday evenings In regular convocation, at Masonic hall. ENGRAVED CARDS, INVITATIONS and announcements, all tha latest styles of stock and type faces. Leave orders at East Oregonlan office. LET ELECTRICITY DO YOUR work It's clean, reliable and con venient Electric Sad Irons, guaran teed, $5.25. Electric Hot Water and Curling Iron Heaters, Electric Coffee Percolators, etc. A complete stock of Gas and Electric Fixtures. Flrst-claes wiring of homes, etc. J. L. Vaughan. 122 W. Court street. PENDLETON LODOB K. St. A. T. and A. M., meets the first and third Mondays of each month. All visiting brethren are invited. PENDLEON IRON WORKS RE- palr work on all kinds of machines. structural Iron work - and machine castings. Junction of Court and Alta streets. Marion Jack, Prop.; A. F. May, manager. CHINA NOODLE - REST URANT, Ung D. Go ay, proprietor. Drop In of an evening and et a hot bowl of noodles. Alta street, back of Tall-man's. Sixty-five Mile Slelghrlcle. Scott Nesblt, the paper man, has Just returned from a trip to Burns where he went In the Interest of his house. He said one of the great fea tures of the trip Is the long slelgh rlde. From here to Austin the trip Is made by rail over the Sumpter Valley and from there to Burns It Is a stage coach proposition, when there Is no snow on the ground. At present there Is sufficient snow to make sleighing excellent, and for 65 miles Mr. Nesblt and other passengers en Joyed the ride. Teams were changed often nnd the time made over the snow was surprisingly fast. Baker City Herald. Fleet to Sail Wednesday. Rio de Janeiro, Jan. 20. Officers of the battleship fleet are having a strenuous round of gayety today and are bidding farewell to the many friends they have made In the Bra zilian capital. Most of the officers and men will be busy tomorrow com pleting preparations for sailing on Wednesday. The visit of the fleet here has Surpassed all expectations In the matter of enthusiasm It has aroused and the sailors .and officers, from Admiral EVans down, will leave beautiful Rio with feelings of genu ine regret. Democrats Meet In Denver. Denver, Colo., Jan.. 20. Prelimi nary plans for the democratic nation al convention In Denver were con sidered today at a meeting here of the committee on arrangements. This Is the first session held by the committee, which Is composed of Chairman Taggart, Secretary Wood son and Committeemen Sullivan of Illinois, Mack of New York, faeGraw of West Virginia, HowMl of Georgia, Johnston of Texas, Osborne of Wy oming and Dahlman of Nebraska. The first new motor car on Oregon Electric Railway came Salem yesterday from Portland. the Into Want Advertisements FOR SALE. FOR SALE $25,000 7 PER CENT five year, first mortgage, secured by ins'de Portland real estate; se curity gilt edge. Apply Merchants' Collection Agency, P. O. Box 430, Portland, Oregon. FOR SALE CHEAP. JOHN L. STOD dard's lectures, Dicken's ana James Whltcomb Riley's works. In good condition. Enquire this office. MAPS CITY OF PENDLBTON AT East Oregonlan office. Price 26c. FOR RENT. FOR RENT UP TO DATE FURN lshed house. Hot and cold water, electric light. Inquire 310 Aura St TELL TOE PEOPLE, FOR RENT TWO, THREE OR four-room suits for housekeeping. Address 801 S. Main street. FINE STORE AND OFFICE ROOM for rent. Corner of Bast Oregonlan building. Enquire this office. WANTED. VIOLIN TEACHER A. H. JOHN son, leader of Johnson's orchestra, will accept a limited number of pu pils for instruction on the violin. Residence 601 Post street; 'phone black 2852. UNFURNISHED rooms fer rent. Oregenlan efflce. HOUSEKEEPING Enquire at East Let Them Know Your Wants. One line, one time 10o One Hue one week 26c Four lines one month $1.00 Each line, over four lines 25o per line per month. LEGAL BLANKS OF EVERY DE scrlptien, for ceunty court, circuit court. Justice ceurt, real estate, etc., for sale at East Oregonlan office. The "look-before-you-leap' people read th ads everv day. HELP WANTED. WANTED MEN, WOMHN AND families to take advantage of our fine premium offers, given to old or new subscribers to the Daily, Weekly and Semi-Weekly East Oregonlan. ENGRAVED CARDS. INVITATIONS, etc. Very latest styles. Leave or ders at East Oregonlan offloe. SUBSCRIBERS TO MAGAZINES, IF you want to subscribe to magazines ot newspapers In the United States or Europe, remit by postal note, check or send to the EAST ORHOONIAN the net publisher's price of the publl eation you desire, and we will have It sent you and assume all the risk of the money being lost In the malls. It will save you both trouble and risk. If you are a subscriber te the EAST OREGONLAN, in remitting you can deduct 10 per cent from tke publish er's price. Address EAST OREGON IAN PUB. CO.. Pendleton, Ore. You are not really "loeklng for It" unless you are advertis ing for It c Colesworthy's Anything; you want in Stock and Poultry Food CHOP MILL CORNER ALT AND COTTONWOOD' STS. Our Specialty is the Family Trade We are fully prepared to fur nish you the best of lard, sau sages and fresh, smoked or cured meats each day. 5lb Club Saloon T. W. MUKRELL, Proprietor. Cor. Court and Cottonwood, PENDLETON - OREGON. Central Meat Market e e e Carney & Tweedy. Telephone Main 33. Dally East Oregonlan only 15 cents a week. by carrier, CHICHESTER'S PILLS ( Kl rkra-lrr'l DlaMoad lrnmi I'llla in Hrd ol 4.oM n:ulllAV hJirj, lth Blu RIUa. V TaLa mm alher. ttnr af von V . I III rilK-THKH llrusirUt. A-.lt fi III A MO IIKM ril.l., fur yeftnt knoT,n h(t. Safe!, Alwtyi Kellall SOLD BY DRUGGISTS tVtRKKHERE All the sews all the time In the East Oregonlan.