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DAILY BAM1 OKEGONHAX, PEWDIJftTON,
SATURDAY, APREC. 1 1 , 1908.
1
Watchmaker
I Manufacturing f
Jeweler
f All work strictly first-
class and guaranteed.
C. A. STRIKER !
Pendleton, Oregon
EMPIRE BLOCK
Woit Webb Street
IF YOU'RE IN SUSPENSE
and undecided aa to where to send
your vehicle for repair, allow na to
suggest that this ahop offers Induce
ments for good work promptly done
and that little money aettlea the bill
for. Carriage repairing. Oat your
buggy painted 'for aprlng. We hav
an expert painter who will do good
work reasonably. Old rigs mad
good aa new.
See ui for Gasoline Englnea. Hacka,
Winona Wagoni and Buggies.
NEAGLE BROS.
AMONG THE EXCHANGES
OF THE
INLAND EMPIRE
Stan Work on the Ft. Hall Project.
Aa a preliminary atep toward actual
construction on the big Blackfoot
storage reservoir, which will Impound
flood water for the Irrigation of the
Fort Hall tract, a contract has been
signed with William WInchell of Hen
ry for the cutting and early delivery
of 000 cords of wood at the dam site
The contract was awarded by Major
John J. Granville, superintendent In
charge of the Fort Hall project, and
Mr. Wlnchell will commence work at
once. 'I in' wood Is to be used for
fuel !n the operation of a temporary
power plant at the dam, machinery
for which will be on the ground with
in about 30 days, at which time the
actual work of constructing a big re
talnlng works will commence. Major
Granville was In the city yesterday
from Ross Fork, and announced that
the work of enlarging the canals on
the reservation has already begun
where It was left off last fall, and
canal building machinery for con
struction the main dich is expected
shortly. Pocatello Tribune.
Balanced Rations
For Incubator Chicks
Lice Killers and
Conditioners
For Poultry and Stock
at
COLESWORTHY'S
Feed Store 127--129 E. Alta
A Reliable Remedy
FOR
CATARRH
Ely's Cream Balm
If avidity absorbed.
Clttt Rafltt l tnco.
It clealiVx, soothes,
heals ami protects
the !:- . 1 mem
brane rewriting frnra Catarrh and drives
away ul o..! in the ;toal quickly, llcstnres
the 8,'iiM's of Taste aud Smell, l ull size
60 cts. at Druxtit'ts or by mail. Liquid
Cream Balm for ue in atomizers 75 cts.
41 v Brothers, Cli Warren Street, New York,
BANDON
"BY THE SEA."
Money there for you.
150,000 pay roll monthly.
A country of rich resources.
Ideal ollmate and scenic beach.
The finest home Bites now on sale,
prices are low, terms easy.
Live agents wanted In your county.
Wrlto at once for handsome
booklet and full particular.
THE WARREN PUBLICITY CO.
Suite 406, Buchanan Building,
Portland, Oregon.
FAT FOLKS
Your Wright, Double Chin, Bust,
Abdomen, Hlpa and Fatty Heart Re
duced.
Dr. Snyder guarantees his treat
ment to be perfectly harmless
In every particular. No exer
cise, no starving, no detention
from business, no wrinkles or dis
comfort. Dr. Snyder has been a spe
cialist In the sucseseful treatment of
obesity for the past 25 .years, and has
the unqualified Indorsement of the
medical fraternity. A booklet, tell
ing all about t, FREE. Write today.
O. W. F. SNYDER, M. D.
51 a Marquam Theater Building.
PORTLAND, ORE.
Smallest Railroad In Idaho.
The Farmers Friend Canal company
has commenced the work of putting
In a permanent wing dam at the head
of their canal about two miles north
east of town, says a St. Anthony pa
per. The dam Is to be solidly con
structed and Is so designed that It Is
expected that mush Ice and high wa
ter will flow smoothly over without
Injury to the structure. To make the
work much easier and economical the
eompany has built a small railroad
track along the canal bank to the
dam on which will run small dump
cars. The track Is about 300 feet
long, and Eli Houghton says It Is the
smallest, first Independent, only and
most Indeendent railroad In Idaho.
Annual passes over the line are being
Issued to worthy citizens. The dam Is
to be built of rock-ribbed cribs, braced
un plentifully with gravel and cobble
rock. As to whether people holding
passes on the road will be expected
to shovel gravel Is not stated by Mr.
Houghton.
the law which limits the amount of
money which can be voted for the
exhibition to one half of one per cent
A meeting of the commissioners
representees of the Commercial
club and of the Horticultural union
was held yesterday afternoon and a
committee consisting of Dan Sin
clalr, W. N. Irish and A. B. Weed was
appointed to visit Seattle and select
a site for the Yakima exhibit.
Greek Fourth of July.
Greek Independence day was cele-
braed by the Greek colony of Poca
tello, and there was merrymaking all
along the line, says the Pocatello Tri
bune. Business in all the Greek bus
iness houses was suspended and the
day was spent In feasting. Tuesday
to the Greeks was what the Fourth of
July la to the Americans.
Up to May, 1463, the Greek nation
extended north as far as the Danube
river, and Macedonia Eplrus, Constan
Inor.le and the surrounding states
were all Greek territory. In May
1453, barbarians Invaded the country
and the greater part of Greece fell
under the rule of the Turks. They
held rule over the country until 400
years later, when on March 25, 1821,
the Greeks arose and declared their
liberty. Then followed a war lasting
eight years, at the end of which time
the Greeks had gained a greater part
of their territory, and their independ
ence.
Tuesday was March 25 on the
Greek calendar used In this country.
And all over the world where Greeks
are assembled Independence day was
celebrated.
CThe people who do not live in this city and yet who'do iisome of then
shopping here,'r are important to those of our merchants who seek wiuer
markets. These people read Pendleton newspapers, for they are "interested In
this city," in its news,in its stores.!
Store advertisings no longer optional it is as necessary asj are clerks,
stock, equipment; it is the only thing that makes these' worth while.
Four Lines, in
Daily, Weekly
and Semi-Wkly
$1 per month
CLASSIFIED
DIRECTORY
PHYSICIANS.
A. BEST, PHYSICIAN AND 8UR
geon. Office in Savlnrs Bank
tiulldlng. 'Phones: Office, main 1E4:
residence, main 176.
Yakima Given $9000 for Exhibit.
The county commissioners will pro
vide in all $9000 towards defraying
the cost of the county exhibit at the
Seattle exposition next year, says the
Yakima Republic. On this year's
rolls an approrlatlon of $5000 Is pro
vided for and the additional $4000
will be provided for on the tax rolls
of next year, - thus conforming with
Build 110.000 Country Home.
Work has begun on a $10,000 house
for E. J. Haasze on his property on
Summit View road. The residence
when completed will be one of the
finest, best appointed and most mod
ern houses of North Yakima or the
surrounding valley. Architect Perrln
has prepared the plans, which are
said to be absolutely unique. Mr.
Haasze owns property In close prox
imity to Dr. Henry's residence on Nob
Hill The building site commands a
splendid view of the Wide Hollow val
ley, he Naches gap, Frulvale, Nob l DR
Hill and North Yakima. Yakima Re
public.
DBS. SMITH TEMPLE. OFFIOB
Smith-Crawford building. obdosIIb
postofflce. Telephones: Office, Main
30; Dr. Smith's residence, Mala ltt;
Dr. Temple's residence, black $792.
DR. R. E BONGO, PHYSICIAN AND
Surgeon. Rooms 3 and 4 Schmidt
hulldlng. 'Phone, office main S23;
residence aaaln 13.
II. S. GARFIELD, M. IX, HOMEO
pathlc physician and surgeon. Of
fice J mid block. Telephones: Office,
black $411, residence, red 2633.
Notice to Public.
Having disposed of my implement
store In this city, all parties knowing
themselves indebted to me please
call and settle their accounts.
FRED WEBER
POUTICW. FORECAST FOB HIHEK
GASOLINE ENGINE
IRRIGATION, SPRAYING AND
PUMPING MACIHNERY.
Fairbanks-Morse Gasollno Engines
for pumping, spraying, sawing,
grinding. Outfits complete.
Fairbanks Scales for weighing.
Fairbanks-Morse Dynamos and
Motors for power and light.
Fairbanks-Morse Windmills and
Towers.
Fairbanks-MorBe Grinders, Feed
Choppers, Well Pumps.
All first quality goods at lowest
prices. Prompt reply to Inquiries and
quick shipments. Write for cata
logue and prices.
NEAGLE BROS.. AGENTS,
1 Vn 11 el on, Oregon.
FAIRBANKS, MORSE CO.
Portland. Oregon.
'Phone Main 615.
THORNTON MUSIC CO
813 Main Street.
HIGH GRADE PIANOS and ORGANS
Columbia, Bdlson and Victor Talk
ing Machines, Records, Cabinet! and
Musical Merchandise. .
Washington, April 11. While the
republicans held the limelight In na
tional politics this week, by reason of
the state conventions In New York
and Massachusetts, the democrats
will have their their share of publicity
during the next seven days. The
birthday of Thomas Jefferson, which
falls on Monday, will likely be cele
brated more generally than In recent
years and many Important utterances
may be expected.
,By far the most important of these
celebrations will be the banquet of
the National Democratic club in New
York. A quarrel over the question
as to whether William Jennings Bry
an should be Invited to speak at the
dinner threatened for" a time to dis
rupt the club, but It Is now likely
that the Nebraskan, If present, will
add to the oratory of the occasion.
The other speakers will be Presi
dent Woodrow Wilson or r-rinceiuu
University. Senator Owens of Okla
homa, and Senator Simmons of North
Carolina.
Two Democratic Meetings.
Two Important democratic state
conventions will bo held Tuesday,
those of New York and Delaware. The
latter gathering will likely assume nn
Importance not warrnntod by the Im
portance of the state In national poll-
tics, owing to the fact that It will
mark the launching of a boom for
Judge George Gray for president.
For several months the Delaware
jurist has occasionally been mention
ed as the "logical leader" of the
eastern democracy In Its opposition
tO the candldncy of William J. Bryan,
and his Indorsement by the conven
tion of his home state Is expected to
result In crystalizlng sentiment In his
favor among those who dejslre an
eastern cand'aie.
The New York democratic state
convention will also meet on Tues
day, Carnegie hall, New York, hav
ing been selected as the scene of the
gotherlng. Sentiment among the
committee favors an unlnstructed del
egation from the Empire state, but
there will probably be some opposi
tion to this program.
Many delegations In the up-state
counties and cities have been instruct
ed to work for the Interests of Bry-
-. . i
an. cnairman uonners oi me mme
committee and many other prominent
democrats are believed to favor Gov
ernor Johnson and will attempt to se
cure the election of delegates favor
able to the Minnesota man. Mr. Bry
an will be In New York nex,week
and may attend the convention.
The Michigan democratic state
committee will hold a meeting in
Lansing next Wednesday to fix the
time and place for holding the state
convention. It is likely that Mr.
Bryan will receive the Indorsement of
the committee, although Governor
Johnson of Minnesota has gained
many adherents In Michigan.
The only Important republican
state convention to be held next week
Is that of Minnesota, called to meet in
Minneapolis on Thursday. Secretary
Tfft will undoubtedly be the choice
of the convention for the presidency.
Arizona republicans will hold their
territorial convention In Tucson next
Saturday, when two delegates, pledg
ed to Taft, will be elected. The re
publican territorial convention of Ha
waii, to be held in Honolulu on Mon
day. Is also likely to favor the war
secretary.
Taft Has a Fight On.
The fight between the adherents
and opponents of Secretary Taft will
be continued in Massachusetts next
week, when conventions will be held
In several of the congressional dis
tricts of the state. Present appear
ances Indlcatte that the Taft boomers
will be successful in the majority of
the districts. In many other states,
district conventions will be held, and
win probably serve to increase the
lead of Secretary Taft in his race for
the presidential nomination.
D. J. M'FAUL. JUDD BLOCK.
Telephone, main 31: residence.
black 1(1.
DR. T. M. HENDERSON, PHY8I
clan and Surgeon. Office in Sav
ings Bank building, room 1. Offlee
phone, main 1411; residence, main
1611.
DR J. G. M. LUTTENBERGBR.
Physician and Surgeon; formerly of
St. Louis. Rooms It and 17 Schmidt
Bldg.; phone main 130; Rea Main It.
DR LYNN K. BLAKHSLEB. CHRO
nlc and nervous diseases, and dis
eases of women. Judd building, cor
ner Main and Court streets. Office
phone, main 72. X-Ray and Electro-Therapeutics.
OSTEOPATHS.
DOCTORS HOISINGTON. GRADU
ates of Klrksville School. Suite 6,
Association block. 'Phone Main SOI.
AH diseases treated.
DENTISTS.
Extra Lines
over Four, 25
Cents per Line
per month
, Tl , 1
II rNSCRANCE AND LAND BUSINESS
ATTORNEYS.
JAME8 A. FEB, LAW OFFICE IN
Judd building.
CARTER A SMYTHS. ATTORNEYS
at law. office in Savings Bank
building.
JAMES B- PERRY, ATTORNEY AT
Law. Office over Taylor's hard
ware store.
LOWELL A WINTER, ATTORNEYS
and counsellors at law nffi. im.
Despaln building.
GEORGE W. COUTT8, LATE CODN
ty attorney from Idaho. Civil and
criminal law. Estates' settled, wills,
deeds, mortaraeea and nnntrnrii Ann
Collections made. Room 17, Schmidt
DIOCK.
PETERSON, PETERSON WILSON,
Attorneys at Law, rooms I and 4
Smith-Crawford building.
JOHN H. LAWRBY, ATTORNEY AT
Law. Office Savings Bank building
PETER WEST. DIVORCE LAWYER.
Office (08 Garden street
R. J. SLATER, ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office In Association block, at head
of stairs.
8. A. NBWBBRRT. ATTORNEY AT
Law. Room tl Smith-Crawford
building.
RALBY RAXiBY, ATTORNEYS
at law. Office in Savings Bank
building.
E. A. MANN, DENTIST. OFFICE
Main street, next to Commercial
association rooms. Office phone,
black 3421; residence phone red 8811.
RALPH C. SWINBURNE, DENTIST.
Room 17 Judd Building. 'Phone
..lack 311.
A Card.
This is to certify that all druggists
are authorized to refund your money
ir Foley's Honey and Tar falls to
cure your cough or cold. It stops the
cough, heals the lungs and prevents
serious results from a cold. Cures
la grippe coughs and prevents pneu
monia and consumption. Contains no
opiates. The genuine is In a yellow
package. Refuse substitutes.
Boy Horscthtcf Denied Guilt.
George Gay was arrested at Pen
dleton Tuesday, having in his posses
sion the horse stolen from Police Ser
geant Frank Morse last week, says a
Walla Walla Item. He denies the
theft, saying he bought the horse
from a herder. The mules which
were stolen at the same time have
been located on Jasper mountain.
above Waltsburg, some 30 miles from
here. They were loose when found
and there was nothing to Indicate how
they came there.
M'COURT A PHELPS. ATTORNEYS
at Law. Smith-Crawford building.
HARTMAN ABSTRACT CO., MAKES
reliable abstracts of title to all lands
In UmatllL county. Loans nn rtt-9
and farm property. Buys and soils
an mnas of real estate. Does a gen
eral brokerage business. Pays taxes
and makes Investments tnr nftn.iMl.
dents. 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 Bast
Oregonian office.
T. M. KELLER, PLASTERING,
brick and cement work. Estimates
furnished free. Work guaranteed.
'Phone red 291.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
MRS. C. H. BEITEL HAS THOR
oughly repapered and painted the
City Hotel at Pilot Rock, and would
be pleased to see all her old patrons
again.
M. A. RADER, FUNERAL DIRBC
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 peetofflce. Funeral parlor.
Two funeral ears. Calls responded te
day or night. 'Phone main 75.
MISCELLANEOUS.
PRUITT A OLIVER. ATTORNEYS
at Law. Rooms 10, 11, It and II,
Association Block.
VETERINARY SURGEONS.
HORACE W. KING, CIVIL ENOIN
eer and Surveyor. Room 11, De
spaln Building.
DR. M. S. KERN, DENTAL SUR
geon. Office, room 16, Judd build
ing. 'Phone red 3301.
VAUGHAN BROS., DENTISTS, Of
fice in Judd building. 'Phone red
MIL
DR. LLOYD D. IDLEMAN, DENTIST.
Sundays and holidays by appoint
ment. Schmidt building, Pendleton,
Ore., 'Phone Main 623. Office hours
9 a, m. to 5 p. m.
SECOND-HAND DEALERS.
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,
211 Court street
LET ELECTRICITY DO YOUR
work It's clean, reliable and con
venient Electric Sad Irons, rueran.
DR. D. C. M'NABB, T OCAL STATE a:. "Jectrlc Hot Water and
Stock Inspector and member SUte U ,g. lron M6terB- Coffee
Veterinary Board. Office Tallman'e
drug store. 'Phone main 185.
LIVERY AND FEED STABLES.
percolators, etc. A complete stock of
Gas and Electric Fixtures. First -class
wiring of homes, etc. J. L. Vaughan,
122 W. Court street
CITY LIVER STABLE, THOMPSON
street. Carney A Kennedy. Props.
Livery, feed and sale stable. Good
rigs at all times. Cab line in eonec
tion. 'Phone main 701.
FRATERNAL ORDERS.
PENDLETON CHAPTER No. 28
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.
PENDLEON IRON WORKS RB
palr work on all kinds of maohlnes,
structural Iron work and machine
castings. Junction of Cdurt and Alta
streets. Marlon Jack, Prop.; A. F.
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 Tall-man's.
Today's classified ads may
e bring a cargo of "luck" for you.
An Insidious Danger.
One of the worst features of kidney
trouble is that it bran insidious dis
east and before the victim realises
his danger he may have a fatal mal
ady Take Foley's Kidney Cure at the
first sign of trouble as It corrects Ir
regularities and prevents Brlght's dis
ease and diabetes. Pendleton Drug
Co.
For Sale at Hermiston.
A well built, 5 roov cottage very
desirable location. Possession soon,
owner vacating A good Investment:
for price and terms, address P O
Box 111, Hermiston, Oregon.
RUN OVER BY OX TEM.
It Is seldom that we hear of ox
teams nowadays, but there are many
people who fe?l so lazy and dumpish
that If an ox team came along they
would not feel able to get out of the
way. For such people there Is no
remedy equal to Sexlne Pills, the
great nerve and body builders. Price
$1 a box. six boxes $6, with full
guarantee. Address or call the Pen
dleton Drug company. This Is the
store that sells all the principal rem
edies and does not substitute.
Want Advertisements
FOR SALE.
FOR SALE FIVE-ROOM HOUSE
with three lots, near school house,
all modern improvements. 'Phone red
2771, or enquire 106 Blaine street. ,
FOR SALE HOMESTEAD RELIN
quishment of 160 acres. About 16
acres in hay and in cultivation.
House, barn and running water. Price
$400. G. W. Amundson, Sumpter,
Ore.
FOR SALE HOUSE 6 ROOMS; 7
lots and chicken house; part In
fruit; two blocks from school. Price
$2000; one-half down, the other good
terms. Call or write "W," this office.
e The classified advertising
e columns afford the greatest
e market for used artlclea .You
e can obtain cash for anything of
e 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
$36 per week. Catalogue and samples
free. Frank W. Williams Company,
1208 W. Taylor St., Chicago, III
FOR SALE A FEW CHOICE
Berkshire plg, fro.n America's
best strains; $10 to $16 each. S. D. L.
Ross, Echo, Ore.
MAPS CITY OF PENDLETON AT
Bast Oregonian office. Prlne 21c.
FOR RENT.
NOTICE CALL ON J. C. SPOONE
'more, 117 E. Alta street, for nicely
furnished housekeeping rooms, close
In.
FOR RENT TWO, THREE OR
four-room suits for housekeeping.
Address 801 S. Main street
WANTED MEN, WOMEN AND
families to takv advantage or our
tine premium offers, given to old or
new subscribers to the Daily, Weekly
and Serm-Weekly East Oregonian.
WANTED.
WAfdED CURTAINS TO WASH.
Mrs. P. A. Anderson, 1101 East
Railroad. 'Phone black 3991.
WANTED HIG'HEST 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 WA8H
lng, gentlemen's washing preferred.
Apply 1802 W. Railroad street.
WANTED CLASSIFIED ADS. SUCH
as help wanted; rooms or houses
for rent; second-hand goods for sale;
in fact, any want you want to get
filled, the East Oregonian wants your
want ad. Rates: Three lines ene
time, 20 cents; two times, 30 cents;
six times, 70 cents. Five lines one
time, 30 cents; two times, 46 cents;
six times, $1.16. Count six words
to the line. Send your classified ads
to the office or mail to the Bast Ore
gonian, enclosing silver or stamps to
cover the amount
FARMERS BRING ME YOUR
Poultry, Butter and Eggs. Higher
cash price paid at all tlmee. Ne
poultry house. E. H. Stark, Prop.
Wholesale and retail. West Webb
street. Formerly Missouri black
smith shop.
People with "services to sell"
should enlist the services of
"want ad salesmanship."

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