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IMflV KAM Old-(JOVIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. FRIDAY, JUIKCII 27, 1908.
JAOB SEVEN.
Pendleton
Planing Mill
Pendleton - Oregon
Sash, Doors and
Mouldings.
Genera! Mill Work
Show Cases
Store, Office & Church
Fixtures Our Specialties
Estimates (furnished on
short notice,
Robert Forster,
Proprietor
Phone Main 7
rMBMSJM!
Our Specialty is
. the FamUyTrade
We are fully prepared to fur
nish you the best of lard, sau
sages and fresh, smoked or
cured meats and fish each day.
Central Meat Market
Carney A Tweedy.
Telephone Main St.
Balanced Rations
For Incubator Chicks
Lice Killers and
Conditioners
For Poultry and Stock
at
COLESWORTHY'S
Feed Store 127--129 E. Alta
BREWERY SALOON
J. P. Sullivan, Prop.
Distributor of the famous
CEDER BROOK
and
OLD JOE GIDEON
Whiskies
Large stock of leading brands
of wines, liquors and cigars.
East
Court street,
Brewery.
next to
The Brewery Depot
SALOON
Main Street
Paul Hemmelgarn, Prop.
Invites all his friends to call for
a glass of the best beer In town.
A cool, orderly stopping placo
for men.
Wine,
Liquors. Cigars
Mixed Drinks.
and
Scott's Santal-Pepsm Sapsife
A POSITIVE CUR
For In Unmnial Ion or Catirr
of the llla'.idor snd DlseaH
Kidneys. No euro no dm
Cures quickly aud Perm
nontly the worst easel -Gonorrhoea
and Gleet av
matiar of lion' long smn .
Ink-. Absolutely liarmlui
Sold br driiffglsts. Pruv
tl ltf. or by mall, postpaid
$1(X), 8 boxes $i"5.
THE SAhTAL-PEPSIN
DELLEFONTAINI. OH'3-
sold by the Pendleton Drug Oompaai
CHICHESTER'S PILLS
Wr. TJIK DIAMOND MIAMI. A
HmI Au your llrucirUl I r .
I fhrn-trr's lllnnnn jllrniHtV
III In Rrd and loll mcUlllAV
lumi, imlcd with Mm RIMion.
f'nko ho ol'ter. Hut of TOVJ
r'urjl.t. Ask I. rCfH.CIK.TI R'S
i lA.HiiNn it it an It PH.!., fjris
t .inownai i t alt, Always RaUal la
S": W DRUGGISTS EVFRWK; PF
irritation or
of mnoona I
Painlaaa. and not
ent or polaonooa.
Mold bw
or Hal hi slain
br tuna, prmli
1.00. or I hot!
Circular taut a na, ms.t
mi:
inMW
iin.iisa.as
m5sW BM t nrttttra.
KTrstjunCfirMiULU.
AMONG THE
OF
INLAND
Big Cement Plum on tlin Snake.
Advices are to the effect that wltn
In 30 days work will be commenced
on the Installation of a blK cement
plant at Lime Point, two miles above
the mouth of the Grand Ronde on the
Snake river. Negotiations for the
machinery have been In progress for
some days and it Is reported that the
deal was closed yesterday.
The Initial plant will have a capac
ity of 500 barrels dally, which will
ultimately be Increased to 1000 bar
rels. The plant Is to. be installed by
the West Coast Portland Cement com
pany, composed of Seattle capitalists
who hnve been Investigating the pro
ject for several months. The decision
to Install the plant was reached after
an opinion had been submitted by
Chester S. Batchelder, a chemist ano
noted expert In the manufacture of
Portland cement, the report being
made on February 24.
Feeding Cattle for Exposition.
The Washington State college will
huve an exhibit of fat cattle for the
Alaska-Yukon-Pacific exposition at
Seatle next year, says a Pullman
Item. W. D. Foster, the farm fore
man, has five pure bred Shorthorn
steers which he Is feeding for that
purpose. Three of the steers were
brought from W. H. Haravey. They
will be past 2 years old when the ex
position opens next summer. Mr.
Foster has won an enviable reputa
tion as a feeder of show cattle, his
exhibits having won all prizes at the
fat stock shows of the Inland empire
during the last three years.
New Church Dedicated.
Rev. W. H. Bleakney, principal of
the Pendleton academy, came up Sat
urday to assist In the dedication of the
new church. Rev. Bleakney preach
ed to a small congregation Saturday
night as the weather was so bad that
not many could get out. He also de
livered the dedication sermon Sunday
morning and a talk for the young
folks In the evening We are all Just
ly proud of our church, as It Is paid
for and a balance In the treasury.
Mr. Hood Corner, Hood River Ncws-
Letter.
Pew Limine in RouikI House.
The round house is unusually bar
ren of engines today, the temporary
Increase In freight business and heavy
passenger traffic having taken the
idle engines Into use, says the La
Grande Observer. Among the few
MURDERER CHEATS POSSE.
Bullet in Brain of Man liu iviiieu
Sheriff Webb. Clienw Posse of Re-
ventre.
A special to the Helena. Montana
,.....i. rv.,m illumes talis of the
Mill (.,'. ....... - - j - "
suicide of Byckford, the murderer or
Sheriff Webb, graphically as follows:
Wearied by his attempts to evade
the posses which surrounded him. and
which sought to avenge the cold
blooded murder Of Sheriff Webb,
William C. Hyckford this afternoon
evaded capture by filing a bullet in
to his brain. At 2:30 o'clock this af
ternoon Jack Hereford of Billings
and Deputy Sheriff Taylor of Mussel
Shell approached the sheep wagon at
Ituftis Thompson's ranch where.
Hyckford had been lying since day-j
light and found him dead with a bul
let In his temple, aud a slxshootcr In
his hand. The rifle with which he
had slain the sheriff lay at his slue.
Hut one shot had been fired from
te revolver.
Trior to the time the body was
found, many of the posses har arriv
ed and the company wagon was sur
rounded by men. it was only after
the long silence follow Ing the one shot
fired that Hereford ventured to ap
prqach the wagon. No further shots
greeted him, and peeling into the ve
hicle he saw Hyckford lying dead on
his back, his head In a pool of blood
and his gun in his hand.
Andrew Cotnstock, the alleged part
ner of Hyckford, was
afternoon at the Her
arrested this i
ford farm. ,
charged with complicity In former
cuttle raids with Hyckford. Corn
stock said Byckford had told him
that he (Byckford) had killed a sher
Iff in some other state, but It Is Im
possible to ascertain where.
The body of Byckford will reach
Hillings over the Northern Pacific to
morrow.
The funeral of Sheriff Webb will
be held Friday. Business will he sus
pended, and six sheriffs from adjoin
ing counties will act as pallbearers.
At the Inquest over Sheriff Webb's
body this afternoon it was determin
ed that death had been Instantaneous
as the result Of a bullei fired by
Hyckford.
Best Healer in the World.
Rev. F. Starblrd, of East Raymond,
Maine, says: "I have used Bucklen's
Arnica Salve for several years, on my
old army wound, and other obstinate
sores, and ffhd It the best healer In
the world. I use It too with great
success In my veterinary business."
Price 25c at Tallinan & Co.'s drug
store.
HI ADS MM; A NOVEL.
Triie Story of n DnnMi Farmer niid
How He Found His Fortune.
To have saved the life of a fellow
emigrant In a wreck off the coast of
Newfoundland In 1873, to have witn
dered Into the vastness of the arid
American desert and 36 years luter
to have read In a newspaper plaster
ed upon the walls of a homesteader's
shack an advertisement which led to
his becoming the recipient of a for
tune of 3376,000, is the strange for
tune of Peter Anderson, a Danish
farm hand, who lives near here, says
a White Bluffs Item. The circum
stances were made public this morn-
EXCHANGES
THE
EMPIRE
which are in the shop house are en
gines Nog. 380 and 386. The former
has been repainted and overhauled,
and is ready for use, being slated to
go out tomorrow. No. 366 ha been
held here several weeks pending the
arrival of the new axles to repair
breaks which the locomotive sustain
ed recently. The axles and wheels
arrived yesterday and are being put in.
place (oday.
To Amend Union Charter.
At the election June 1, a propor
tion to amend the charter of the city
of Union will be submitted for ratifi
cation, says a Union Item. The
amendment Is to allow the city to In
cur an Indebtedness not to exceed
$55,000 for water, lights and sewrage.
Money for the purpose Is to be secur
ed by the sale of bonds.
It seems certain the amendment
will carry, and that in that event work
will begin at once on the Installation
of city lights and sewers. City scrip
Is selling at 65 cents on the dollar. A
bond Issue would brace up the credit
of the place.
A Plea for Better Stock.
Kill off or sell off those razor
backed hogs, little camel-humped,
big-horned cows and woolly rabbit
breasted cayuses. The packing
houses must have plump and fat an
imals. The horsemen will not use the
cnyuse If they can get a real horse.
It costs but a trifle more to breed
good stock and the market price
looms up away and beyond the figure
the runts are quoted for. It does not
pay to raise runty, woolly, wire-nosed
horses or cattle any more than to
raise wormy apples. Echo Register.
Successful Wheat Experiment.
The Turkey wheat shipped In by F.
F. Wamsley, from reports, Is looking
fine and If the present outlook con.
tlnues It will make at least 35 bush
els per acre. Mr. Wamsley has now
shipment of 60-days oats coming
from the Washington Agricultural col
lege, Pullman, Wash. The oats are
grown by the college and are said
to mature In 60 days. This will be
something wonderful for the dry
farms If successful. Echo Register
DeWltt's Little Early Risers, small
safe, sure little llvr pills. Sold by
Tailman & Co.
China and India comprise more
than half of the world's population.
ing when Anderson received a check
for $5000 jn order to enable him to
, proceed to new lnm to bhtj uui
j the legal formalities necessary In the
I transference of the big sum.
, Anderson left his Danish home in
the fall of UT3 for the United States
on the ship W. J. Gottry. Off the
coast of Newfoundland the vessel was
wrecked, and the passengers had to
swim for their lives.
No Use to Die.
"I have found out that there Is no
use to die of lung trouble ns long as
you can get Dr. King's New Discov
ery." says Mrs. J. P. White, of Rush
boro, Pa. "I would not be alive today
only for that wonderful medicine. It
loosens up a cough quicker than any
thing else, and cures lung diseases."
This most reliable remedy for coughs
and colds, la grippe, asthma, bronctl
tla and hoarseness, Is sold under guar
antee at Tallmanv & Co.'a drug store.
50c and $1.00. Trial bottle free.
HANGMAN'S BUSY DAY.
Three CiiiHliclatcw for the Gallows
in
Missouri on April 3
Jefferson City, Mo., Mar. 27. Next
Friday, April 3, will be hangman's
day in Missouri, the supreme court
having fixed that date for the execu
tion of three men.
The convicted men are: William
Jcffrlei, St. Charles county, for kill
ing a person In attempting to commit
robbery: Frank Daly, alias A. C.
Hues, of Kansas City, for the murder
of Kobert Harvey by giving him
poisoned whisky In St. Louis: John
Baker, a negro, Boone county, for
killing a negro and wounding two
others while shooting at a fourth
No false pretense has marked the
Career of Ely's Cream Balm. Being
entirely harmless, It Is not responsible
like the catarrh snuffs and powders,
for minds shattered by cocaine. The
great virtue of Ely's Cream Balm Is
that It speedily and completely over
comes nasal catarrh and hay fever.
Back of this statement Is the testl
many of thousands and a reputation
of many years' success. All druggists
0 cents, or mailed by Ely Bros., 56
Warren Street, New York.
Wm. Blakely, J. W. Maloney and
two sons, passed through Echo with
Sain Thompson in his automobile
Sunday morning on their way to the
government dam. They returned In
the evening, stopping and visiting for
awhile with friends. They say that
they made the trip from Pendleton
to the dam In an hour and forty-five
minutes. We guess that is going
some. Come again, boys, and stay
i while. Echo Register.
WHY DON'T YOU TRY.
Why don't you try to be happy?
Is, if you are wenk and nervous, why
don't you try Sexlne Pills? They are
the best tonic In the world, simply
because they are the best for any
form of weakness In men and wo
men. Besides, they arc guaranteed.
Price 31 a box, six boxes $5, with
full guarantee. Address or call the
Pendleton Drug Co. This is the
store that sells all the principal rem
edies and does not substitute.
The people who
shopping here,"
markets. These people read Pendleton newspapers, for they, are "interested in
this city," in its news.in its stores.
T Store advertisings no longer optional it is as necessary as are clerks,
stock, equipment; it is the only thing that makes these worth while.
Four Lines, in
Daily, Weekly
and Semi-Wkly
$ per month
PHYSICIANS.
J. A. BEST, PHYSICIAN AND SUR
geon. Office in Savings Bank
building. 'Phones: Office, main 164;
residence, main 176.
DRS. SMITH A TEMPLE, OFFICE
Smith-Crawford building, opposite
postofflce. Telephone: Office, Main
30; Dr. Smith's residence, Main 169;
Dr. Temple's residence, black J792.
DR. R. E. RINGO. PHYSICIAN AND
Surgeon. Rooms 3 and 4 Schmidt
building. 'Phone, office main 613;
residence main 23.
II. S. GARFIELD, M. D., HOMEO
pathlc physician and surgeon. Of
fice Judd block. Telephones: Office,
hlack 3411; residence, red Z63S.
DR. D. J. M'FAUL,
Telephone, main
black 161.
JUDD BLOCK.
931 ; residence,
DR. T. M. HENDERSON, PHYSI
cian 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. B LAKES I. EE. CHRO
nlc and nervous diseases, and dls--appS
of women. Judd building, cor
ner Main and Court streets. Office
phone, main 72. X-Ray and Electro
Therapeutics. OSTEOPATHS.
DOCTORS HOISINGTON ORADU
ates of Kirksville School. Suite 6,
Association block. 'Phone Main 608.
All disease treated.
DENTISTS.
E. A. MANN, DENTIST, OFFICE
Main street, next to Commercial
assocatlon rooms. Office phone,
black 3421; residence phone red 3861.
RALPH C. SWINBURNE. DENTI8T.
Room 17 Judd Building. 'Phone
Mack 3981.
DRS. M. S.
Farnsworth,
KERN AND R. E.
Dental Surgeons. Of
Judd building. 'Phone
flee, room 16,
red 3301.
VAUGHAN BROS., DENTIST8, Of
fice In Judd building. 'Phone red
1111
DR. LLOYD D. IDLEMAN. DENTIST.
Sundays and holidays by appolnt
uent. Schmidt building, Pendleton,
Ore., 'Phone Main 523. Office hour"
9 a. in. to 5 p. m.
SECOND-HAND DEALERS.
V. STRORLE, DEALER IN SECOND-
haml goods. If there is anything
you need in new and second-hand
furniture, stoves, graniteware and
crockery, call and get his price. No.
212 Court street.
Want
FOP. SALE.
HOUSE ; ,
FOR SALE FIVE-ROOM
with three lots, near school house.
all modern Improvements. 'Phone red
771, or enquire 106 Blaine street.
FOR BALE HOMESTEAD REL1N
qulshmcnt of 160 acres. About 10
acres tn hay arid In cultivation.
House, barn and running water. Price
S4oo. G. W. Amundson, Sumpter,
Ore.
FOR SALE HOUSE 5 ROOMS; 7
lots and chicken house; part In
fruit: two blocks from school. Price
$2000; one-half down, the other good
ti rms. Call or write W. tills office.
FOR SALE A FEW CHOICE
Berkshire pigs, fro.n America's
best strains; $10 to $15 each. S. D. L.
Ross, Echo, Ore.
MAPS CITY OF
East Oregonlan
t
PENDLETON AT
office. Prlie 26c
FOR RENT.
NOTICE CALL ON J. C. BPOONB
more, 117 E. Alta street, for nicely
furnished housekeeping rooms, close
In.
FOR RENT TWO, THREE OR
four-room suits for housekeeping.
Address 301 S. Main street.
do not live in this city and yet who "do. some of their
are important to those of our merchants whojseek wiuer
CLASSIFIED
DIRECTORY
ATTORNEYS.
JAMES A. FEE,
Judd building.
LAW OFFICE IN
CARTER
at law.
building.
& SMYTHE, ATTORNEYS
Office in Savings. Bank
JAMES B. PERRY. ATTORNEY AT
Law. Office over Taylor's hard
ware store.
LOWELL & WINTER, ATTORNEYS
and counsellors at law. Office In
Despaln 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
block.
PETERSON, PETERSON A WILSON,
Attorneys at Law, rooms 3 and 4
Smith-Crawford building.
JOHN H. LAWREY, ATTORNEY AT
Law. Office Savings Bank building
PETER WEST, DIVORCE LAWYER.
Office 608 Garden street.
R. J. SLATER, ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office in Association block, at head
of stairs.
S. A. NEWBERRY,
Law. Room 26
building.
ATTORNEY AT
Smith-Crawford
RALEY & RALET. ATTORNEYS
at law. Office In Savings Bank
building.
M'COURT & PHELPS. ATTORNEYS
at Law. Smith-Crawford building, j
PRUITT & OLIVER. ATTORNEYS
at Law. Rooms 10, 11, 12 and IS,
Association Block.
VETERINARY SURGEONS.
DR. D. C. M'NABB, T OCAL STATE
Stock Inspector and member State
Veterinary Board. Office Taltman's
drug store. Residence 316 Lewis St.
'Phone main 69.
LIVERY AND FEED STABLES.
CITY LIVER STABLE, THOMPSON
street. Carney & Kennedy. Props.
' Livery, feed and
sale stable. Good
rigs at nil 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.
PENDLETON LODGE No. 62, A. F.
and A. M., meets the first and third
Mondays of each month. All visiting
brethren are invited.
Advertisements
The classified advertising
columns afford the greatest
market for used articles. You
can obtain cash for anything of
value.
HELP WANTED.
AGENTS WANTED 16x20 CRAYON
portraits. 40 cents, frames 10 cents
and up, sheet pictures one cent each.
You can make 400 per cent profit, or
$3fi per week. Catalogue .and samples
tree. Frank W. Williams Company,
1208 W. Taylor St., Chicago, 111.
WANTED MEN, WOMEN AND
families to taly advantage of out
fine premium offers, given to old or
new subscribers to the Daily, Weekly
and Semi-Weekly East Oregonlan.
WANTED CLASSIFIED ADS, SUCH
as help wanted; rooms or houses
for rent; second-hand goods for sale;
In fact, any want vou want to get
filled, the East Oregonlan wants your
want ad. Rates: Three lines one
time, 20 cents; two times, 30 cents:
six times, 70 cents. Five lines one
time, 30 cents; two times, 46 cents;
six times, $1.15. Count six word!
to the line. Send your classified adt
to the office or mall to the East Ore
gonlan. enclosing silver or stamps to
cover the amount.
Extra Lines
over Four, 25
Cents per Line
per month
INSURANCE AgDLAgP BUSINESS
HARTMAN ABSTRACT CO., MAKES
reliable abstracts of title to ail lands
in UmatllU. 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, Vic -Pres.
C. H. MARSH, Sec.
J. M. BENTLEY REPRESENTS THE
oldest and most reliable fire and
accident Insurance companies. Office
with Hartman Abstract Co.
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 red 2931.
FUNERAL DraECTORS.
M. A. RADER. FUNERAL DIRBC
tor and licensed embalmer. Grad
uate of the Chicago College of Em
balming. Corner Main and Webb
streets. 'Prone main 130. Funeral
parlors In connection.
BAKER A FOLSOM. FUNERAL Di
rectors and licensed embalmers.
Opposite postofflce. Funeral parlor.
Two funeral cars Calls responded to
day or night, 'Phone main 76.
MISCELLANEOUS.
HORACE W. KING, CIVTL ENGIN-
eer and Surveyor. Room 11, De
spaln Building.
PUBUC STENOGRAPHER Minnie
E. Stilman. Room 1-2, Association
Block. Phone Main 86.
LET ELECTRICITY DO YOUR
work It's clean, reliable and con
venient. Electric Sad Irons, guaran
teed. 36.26. Electric Hot Water and
Curling Iron Heaters, Electric Coffee
Percolators, etc. A complete stock of
Gas and Electric Fixtures. First-class
wiring of homes, etc. J. L. Vaughan,
122 W. Court street.
PENDLEON IRON WORKS RE
palr work on all kinds of machines,
structural iron work and machine
: ,"V. .. V "'la"u "'i?
.1 " " " . .wu., J1. i .
May, manager.
CHINA NOODLE RESTAURANT,
Ung D. Goey, proprietor. Drop in
of an evening and get a hot bowl of
noodles. Alta street, back of Toll
man's. Today's classified ads may
bring a cargo 'of "luck" for you.
WANTED.
I WAITED HIGHEST CASH PRICE
paid for rags. Must be large and
clean. Call at this office.
LADIES HAVE YOU SEEN THE
Alorlne Female Syringe? it Is
something new. It is the only abso
lutely scientific female syringe made.
See them at the drug stores.
WANTED TO DO FAMILY WASH
ing, gentlemen's washing preferred.
Apply 1802 W. Railroad street.
FARMERS BRING ME YOUR
Poultry, Butter and Eggs. Highes
cash price paid at all times. N.,.
poultry house. E. H. Stark, Prop.
Wholesale and retail. West Wettb
street. Formerly Missouri black
smith shop.
SUBSCRIBERS TO MAGAZINES, IF
you want to subscribe to magazines
or newspapers In the United States or
Europe, remit by postal note, check
or send to the BAST OREOONIAN
the net publisher's price of the publl-
cation 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 rou both trouble and risk.
If you are a subscriber to the EAST
OREGONIAN, In remitting you can
deduct 10 per cent from the publish
er's price. Address EAST OREGON
IAN PUB. CO.. Pendleton, Ore.

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