DAILY EAST OBEGONIA1T, PENDLETON, OBEGOS. THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 1808.
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IF YOU'RE IN SUSPENSE
and undecided u to where U send
your vehicle for repair, allow us to
suggest that this ahop offer induce
ments for good work promptly done,
and that little money aettles the bill
lor. Carriage repairing. Get your
buggy painted for aprlng. We hare
an expert painter who will do good
work reasonably. Old rigs made at
good at new.
See ui for Gaaollne Engine, Hack,
Winona Wagona and Buggies.
Get the Best
BEST KIND OF COAL.
W. C. MINNIS
Leave order at
HENNING'S CIGAR STORE
Opposite Peoples Warehouse
'PHONE MAIN 6
O.K. Feed Yard
nder new management
McBee & Hays, Props.
Firft-class slopping place
for farmers. All teams
well cared for. Charges
Aura Street, Between
Alta and Webb.
WILL BE MADE BT THE
THIS SEASON AS FOLLOWS:
Chicago - - $72.50
St. Louis - - 67.50
St. Paul - - 63.15
Omaha - - . 60.00
Kansis.City - 60.00
TICKETS WILL BE ON BALE
May 4. 18
June 5. 6. 19. 20
July 6. 7. 22. 23
August 6. 7. 21. 22
Good for return In 80 days with stop
over privileges at pleasure within
Don't Forget Iho Dales
For any further Information call on
F. J. QUINLAN, Local Agent
Or writ to
Oeaeral Passenger Agent
'Phone Main 115.
THORNTON MUSIC CO
lit Mala Street
man grade pianos and organs
Columbia, Edison and Vlotor Talk
ing Machines, . Records, Cabinets and
If osteal Merchandise,
AMONG THE EXCHANGES
Cove Fruit Looks Well.
Cove fruit growers commenced this
week harvesting the new crop of
strawberries. The yield is pro
nounced good and the same report
may be sald'to also apply to all the
small berries and to tree fruits at
well. The larger part of the Cove
strawberries will be consigned to
Blackburn & Breck In Baker City.
Most of these shipments will be dis
posed of locally as Baker City fur
nlshes'a demand that will nearly take
up all the strawberries that the Cove
district produces There Is usuajly
some of tne cove surplus owpuu
of In La Grande, but this will not be
the case to the same extent as former
ly. With the railroad at hand the
Cove growers can dispose or tneir
fruit of this class much easier anr bet
ter than by making the early morn
ing drive across the valley. At the
same time the demands here can be
easily taken care of by the berry
growers of May Park and Frultdale.
The early cherries In Cove will he
(ready for picking by the Fourth of
July. All the canning varieties win
probably go to the Oregon Packing
company at Portland. It Is estimated
that the entire output of cherries in
Grand Ronde this year will make a
total of 200 tons. Of this amount
the Cove will produce more than
half probably 125 to HO tons. A
r.umber of the growers have decided
to employ Japanese neip in laaing
care of the crop. The cherry season
romes on with a ruHh and there Is
but little chance for delay. A dif
ference of a couple of days In getting
the cherries off the trees may mean
a great deal to the man who has thb
crop, and the proposition has gone
beyond the sentimental stage.
New Road Assured.
"The poople of the Nezperce prairie
are highly elated with the prospeots
of securing within the near future
a railroad from Nezperce to the Cul-
dosac-GrangevIlle line," said W.
J. Ramey, who is a business visitor In
the city today, says the Lewlston Tel
ler. "The people have the fullest con
fidence in the proposition," contin
ued Mr. Ramey. "and had two days
ago suoscrinea jiv.uuu or me re
quired sum of $50,000. It is expected
the entire bonus will be subscrlDea
within a few days and construction Is
promised within a short time after
the bonus is completed." -
To Divide Yakima County.
Business men of Toppenish have
started a movement to divide the
county. The matter has been taken
up in the Toppenish Commercial club
and a committee has been appointed
to ascertain the views of people
WIIKlti: IS MAKION BARNES?
Ilrotlit-r of Murderer of Mrs. Aldrlcli
I MIshIiic Had Been Threatened
Where Is Marlon Humes? asks the
Walla Walla Statesman.
Can anyone tell where the brother
"Bud" ordered away from home a few
months ago, Is?
What has become of the boy whom
"Bul" gnve 10 days to get out of the
country and who suddenly disappear
ed, leaving his clothes and a month's
Has the lad been murdered who was
last seen in the company of "Bud" go
ing up the lonely road over which Mrs.
Anna Aldrlch was lured to her death?
. These are some of the questions the
sheriffs office Is trying to solve now
Last fall Marlon, a brother about 20
years old, became Involved In some
grave family troubles with "Bud".
Marlon was last seen with "Bud" driv
ing up tho same road that Mrs. Al
drlch and he were seen going over on
tho day of May 1. When he dlsap
peared he left his clothes and i
Since the Investigation to ascertain
the whereabouts of Marlon was start
ed, a telephone message was received
by the sheriff from some one who
said he had a letter from Marion, with
a Heppner, Ore., postmark.
But this letter has not been seen by
the sheriff and it Is suggested that the
message might have been "faked."
But one thing Is certain, Marion
has not been seen since the day ho
went up the fatal road with his broth
er and nothing definite has been heard
The story of the letter will be at
once Investigated by the sheriff's of
flee and If Marlon Barnes is ally he
will bo found. If he Is, not alive, a
search for his dead body will be made
No humbug claims have to be made
for Foley's Honey and Tar, the well
known remedy for coughs, colds and
lung troubles. The fact that more
bottles of Foley's Honey and Tar are
used than any other cough remed
Is the best testimonial of Its great
merit Why then risk taking some
unknown preparation when Foley's
Honey and Tar costs you no more and
is safe and sure. Pendleton Drug Co.
Woman Kills Wildcat
Mrs. Doc Myers, a resident of East
Selah valley, had a thrilling experi
ence with a full grown wildcat last
Saturday, says the Taklma Republic.
Mrs. Myers lives about four miles
from North Yakima. While attend
ing to household duties Saturday
morning she heard a great cackling
of hens In the barnyard. Rushing to
thedor to ascertain the nature and
cause' of the commotion, Mrs. Myers
beheld a huge wildcat running after
a pot hen. At sight' of the woman
the wildcat made off Into the bushes.
Soon after Mrs, Myers again taw the
cat coming toward the house. He
was Just emerging from the Taklma
throughout the lower valley. Ap
parently the movement is well under
way. The committee asks the citi
zens to whom the letters are address
ed to discuss the matter with their
neighbors, and if sentiment Is fa
vorable, to arrange for a meeting
with the committee at an early date.
One of the signers of the letters that
have gone out is Mayor Grant of Top
penish. Another is G. S. McArthur,
editor of the Toppenish Review.
Strawberry Crop Short.
"The strawberry crop Is Just about
harvested," Is a statement made by
one of the produce dealers of the city,
says the Walla Walla Statesman.
What promised to be the biggest i
crop ever cut was about two-miras
shot by the cold weather that follow
ed" the warm weather in April. The
crop was not only short this year but
the berries were small, of Inferior
quality and not of the usual good fla
vor. Nevertheless an estimate of the
amounts shipped from Milton and
Freewater this season place the value
of the crop from that section at $50,
000, Shortage can not be ascribed to
the cherry crop, however. It will
keep all the produce merchants, can
nerymen and shippers hustling to
handle this crop. It is certainly a
Currents and black caps are com
ing Into market, but It is toe early
yet to be able to tell what the output
of hese fruls will be.
Was Saloon, Now Theater.
C. A. Gardlnler, owner of the build
ing In which the Hickory saloon Is
located, has decided to turn the lowei
room Into a theater, says the La
Grande Star.' It Is his Intention to
InHtall therein one of the latest elec
tric moving picture shows obtainable.
He states that he will put in raised
Beats and fix up the house In good
shape for the purposes Intended. He
expects the exhibition apparatus to be
here within a short time and it Is the
Intention to have the place open for
business very shortly after the first
of the coming month.
Mrs. S. L. Bowen of Wayne, W. Va.,
writes: "I was a sufferer from kid
ney dsease, so that at times I could
not stand straight. I took Foley's
Kidney Remedy. One dollar bottle
and part of the second cured me en
tirely." Foley's Kidney Remedy
works wonders where others are a
total fatlure. Pendleton Drug Co.
Mrs. Vern Baber of Halsey,. drove
to town and disappeared Monday,
while her husband was away from
home. She was about 25 years of
age and bears a good reputation.
river, which he swam for the second
time in his endeavor to capture a live
hen. This time Mrs. Myers procured
n shotgun In the house and as she
started for the barnyard she saw the
cat after the same hen he had chased
before. Wildly excited, Mrs. Myers
took aim, and closing her eyes fired.
She was but a short distance from
the swiftly-moving cat and pursued
hen. When the smoke cleared away
Mrs. Myers saw cat and chicken
stretched out before her. the chicken
dead and the cat dying. A second
charge Into the body of the cat settled
all his desire for barnyard products.
When the animal was picked up later
by Mr. Myers lt was found to be one
of the largest bobcats seen In the val
ley. This Is the second cat that has
been killed In the last week In East
W. R. Ward of Dyersburg. Tenn
writes: 'This Is to certify that I have
used Foley's Orlno Laxative for
chronic constipation and it has proven
without a doubt to be a thorough,
practical remedy for this trouble, and
it It with pleasure I offer my con
scientious reference." Pendleton Drug
Invitation From Walla Walla.
To all military, civic and secret so
cletles of Umatilla county. Your
presence Is earnestly desired at Walla
Walla on July 4th, to participate In
the grand parade and other festivities,
Communicate with the Fourth of July
committee, Walla Walla.
When you need to take something
take It promptly for the stomach.
but take something you know is re
liable something like Kodol for Dys
pepsia and Indigestion. Kodol Is
pleasant to take, lt Is reliable and Is
guaranteed to give relief. It is sold
by Tallman & Co.
Notice to Ice Users.
There will be no delivery on Sun
days. All parties wanting ice for
Sunday must have same delivered
PENDLETON ICE AND COLD
While shooting at a mark in Libby,
Mont, Fred Spencer, a boy, acci
dentally shot himself in the thigh. The
wound Is not believed to be serious.
COMPANY TO CONCEDE THIS.
In each atid every case where Sex-
Ine PMls do not bring back strength
and steady nerves to any man or wo
man who has used tlx boxes, the com
pany will either give without addi
tional cost six boxes more . for more
prolonged treatment, or will refund
your 36. The company has been do
ing this for years and still does so,
without quibble or red tape. Besides,
they do not want you to hesitate to
send In your claim if necessary. The
Pendleton Drug Co. endorses every
word of this. This Is the store that
sells all the principal remedies and
does not substitute.
There are people ready to travel
from the other end of the town to
look at that furnished room-if your
ad. "looks good."
If you've got anything "vacant,"
try a tenanthunt through the want ads.
LOOKIN OUR CLASSIFIED COLUMNS FOR
FOR SALE. KELP WANTED. , WANTED.
FOR SALE 180 ACRE3. PARTLY WANTED MEN, WOMEN AND WANTED HIGHEST CASH PRICE
seeded to alfalfa; two good or- families to take advantage of our paid for rags. Must be Urge and
chards; house nicely furnished. Sev- fine premium offers, given to old or clean. Call at this office,
eral nice springs; fine sheep ranch; new subscribers to the Dally, Weekly
good range; no reserve; very near and Semi-Weekly -East Oregonlaa. SUBSCRIBERS TO MAGAZINES, IF
railroad, and arranged for two faml- " 1 you want to subscribe to magazines
lies. Address 607, Weatherby, Ore. or newspapers in the United 8tates r
a Europe, remit by postal note, check
FOR RENT. , or send to the EAST OREGONIAN
: . . . . ., the net publisher's price of the pulli-
UNFURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING T 6 clMlne1 Wtnmng catlon you ienin anj we wUj haT K
room, ttf nt. "eTu column, afford the greatest . ?ent you and assume all th. risk of
Oregonlan office. market for used articles. Ton the money being lost In the malls. It
! can obtain cash for anything of will save rott both trouble and risk.
a vain lt yu are a subscriber to the BAST
FOR RENT TWO, THREE OR Talue- ' OREGONIAN. in remitting yon can
four-room housekeeping suits, $01 deduct 10 per cent from the publlsh-
S. Main street See Spoonemore, ren- er's price. Address EAST OREGON-
tal agent,. 117 East Alta street. ian PUB. CO., Pendleton, Ore.
Four Lines, in
$1 !per month
J. A. BEST, PHYSICIAN AND 8UR
geon. Office la Savings Bank
building. 'Phones: Office, main 164;
residence, mala 176.
DRS. SMITH & TEMPLE, OFFICE
Smith-Crawford building, opposite
postofflce. Telephones: Office, Main
30; Dr. Smith's residence. Main 169;
Dr. Temple's residence, Main 111.
DR. R. E. RINGO, PHYSICIAN AND
Surgeon, Rooms 3 and 4 Schmidt
building. 'Phone, office main 621;
residence main 23.
H. S. GARFIELD, M. D., HOMEO
pathic physician and surgeon. Of
fice Judd block. Telephones: Office,
black 3411; residence, red 8688.
DR. D. J. M'FAUL, JUDD BLOCK.
Telephone, main 931; residence,
DR. T. M. HENDERSON, PHYSI
cian and Surgeon. Office In Sav
ings Bank building, room 1. Office
'phone, main 1411; residence, main
DR. LYNN K. BLAKESLEE, CHRO
nlc and nervous diseases, and dis
eases of women. X-Ray and Electro
Therapeutics. Judd building, corner
Main and Court streets. Office 'phone,
Main 72; residence 'phone. Main 664.
DRS. HOISINGTON. KIRKS VI LLE
graduates, Association Block. Tele
phones: Office, Main 608; residence,
black 2791. All diseases treated.
B. A. MANN, DENTIST, OFFICE
Mala street next to Commercial
association rooms. Office phone,
black 3421; residence phone red 8861.
RALPH C. SWINBURNE DENTIST.
Room 17 Judd Building. 'Phone
DR. M. S. KERN, DENTAL 8UR-
geon. Office, room If, Judd build
Ing. 'Phone red S301.
V AUG HAN BROS.. DENTISTS. C.
flee In Judd building. 'Phone red
DR. LLOYD D. IDLEMAN, DENTIST.
Sundays and holidays by appoint'
meat Schmidt building. Pendleton,
Ore., 'Phone Main 623. Office hours
9 a. m. to C p. m.
DR. J. A. DONAOBUH. V. S VHT
erlnary Surgeon mmi Deotlet Grad
uate of Ontario Veterinary College.
Offtoa 12 W. Court St 'Phone Main
80; night 'phone Main 70.
DR. D. C M14ABB, T OCA.L STATE
Stock InspeoUr and member State
Teemrlaary Beard. Of floe Tallman's
drug store. Ree. 'shone Red 293.
WHUUU UPHOLSTBRINa CO.
UphesBteriac and turaJture repair
ing. . Carpets aieaned and layed. f
TheraysM street, 'Phone black 8613.
BRUIN DBTECTrVH SERVICE CO.
For quick result, confidential In
vestigations, reports on any Individual,
business or property; missing relatives
found; oorreepondenoe saliolted;
charges reasonable. J. M. Manes. re
ldence manager, room 2, Savings bank
Bldg. 'Phone main 1M.
Today's els HUd a4a bmt
sitae a oasaa af "taelr far rom.
SAYS ADVERTISING DOESNT PAY.
JAMES A. FEE,
LAW OFFICE IN
CARTER A SMYTHE. ATTORNEYS
at law. Office In Savings Bank
JAMES B. PERRY, ATTORNEY AT
Law. Office over Taylor's hard
LOWELL A WINTER. ATTORNEYS
and counsellors at law. Office In
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
PETERSON & WILSON, ATTOR
neys at Law, rooms 3 and 4 Smith
RALEY, RICHARDS & RALEY, AT
torneys at law. Office In Savings
PHELPS, ATTORNEY AT
JOSEPH T. HINKLE. ATTORNEY
at Law. Office In Association block
at head of stairs.
R. J. SLATER. ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office in Association block, at head
FKUITT ft OLIVER, ATTORNEYS
at Law. Rooms 10, 11,-12 and 12,
INSURANCE AND LAND BUSINESS
HARTMAN ABSTRACT CO.. MAKES
reliable abstracts of title to all land,
In UmatllU county. Leans on city
and farm property. Buys and selli
all kinds of real estate. Does a gen
eral brokerage business. Pays taxe
and makes Investments for non-real-dents.
References, any bank In Pen
dleton. JAMBS JOHNS, Pre.
W. a HENNINGER, Vlc-Pre
C H. MARSH, Sec
J. M. BENTLBY REPRESENTS TH3
oldest and most reliable fire and
accident Insurance companies. Offlc
with Hartman Abstract Co.
ARCinTECTS, CONTRACTORS, ETC
D. A. MAY. CONTRACTOR AND
Builder. Estimates fnrnlebM an
all kinds of masonry, oenent walks,
stone walls, etc Leave orders at Bast
T. M. KELLER. PLASTERING
brick and cement work. Itatlmatt
furnished free. Work guaranteed
Phone red 2981.
. FRATERNAL ORDERS.
PENDLETON CHAPTER No. 28
meets second and foarth Friday
evenings In regular oonvooatloa, at
PBNDLBTON LODGE N. 61. A.
A. and A. M.. meets the first
aad third Mondays 1 each month. AH
vbittlng brethren are Invited.
V. STROBLE. DEALER IN SECOND-
hand gooes. Jt there Is anything
yau need In new aad seoend-hand
furniture, sUvea, granlteware aad
creokery, call and get his price. No.
Lost a tenant? There's probably a
better one looking for such quarters as
you have for rent.
Ifyourad.is "there" whentheright
sort of buyer looks, you'll have "good
luck" in selling that property.
over Four, 25
Cents per Line
M. A. RADER, FUNERAL DIRBC
ter 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 embalmers.
Opposite postofflce. Funeral parlor.
Two funeral cars Calls responded to
day or night. 'Phone main 76.
LIVERY AND FEED STABLES.
CITY LIVER STABLE, THOMPSON
street Carney & Kennedy. Props.
Livery, feed and sale stable. Good
rigs at all times. Cab line in conec
tion. 'Phone main 701.
ENGRAVED CARDS, INVITATIONS
and announcements, all tin latest
styles of stock and type faces. Leave
orders at East Oregonlan office.
CARPET AND HOUSE CLEANING?
carpets dry cleaned. Work of all
kinds by hour or day. G. F. Smith,
508 Calvin St. "Phone black 2712.
HORACE W. KINO. CIVIL ENGIN
eer and Surveyor. Room 11, De
LET ELECTRICITY DO YOUR
work It's clean, reliable and con
venient Electric Sad Irons, guaran
teed. 35.26. Electric Hot Water and
Curling Iron Heaters, Electrlo Coffee
Percolators, eta A complete stock of
Gas and. Electric Ftajurea. Fim-class
wiring of homnfi. rf J. L. Vaugban,
122 W. Court street
PENT) LEON IRON WORKS RE
palr work on all kinds of machines,
structural Iron work and machine
castings. Junction of Court and Alta
streets. Marlon Jack, Prop.; A. F.
CHINA NOODLE RESTAURANT,
Ung D. Geey, proprietor. Drop In
of an evening and get a hot bowl of
noodles. Alta street back of Tall
man's. SLOM KEE, CHINESE LAUNDRY;
family washing; work done by
hand; mending free; goods called for
and delivered; 498 Court street
Wrj-. . 'I II K IHAJMONB ltRAMl. A
1 1 I AakToiphrwfrUlf
I ' l- hf-tf i(MmmI flrarifl
I'l l. in lfrd ud UM
Kilcd With Rum
T-Wt n othrr. Bar af ,,.
j'uxiw. Askf m rii. iiV-TCiif
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I'M.IIOND IIKAMt I'il.l.Sf
i pv ORliGQISTS EVERVHt
Irrtutloo or nto ill mj
( na4it niMii(m
id, not or Kriamooi.
' BH!in,IJ1 ld ay Pi1
er wot In iltta vrtsw.
br nrnm, prapatt. t4
Scott's Santal-Pepssn Capsules
A POSITIVE CURB
For Inflimmatloo orCetana
of the H'tddtr u Diseased
Kidiwjs. No cure 09 f
Cum quickly aud Perms
nently the worst eras of
tiooorrboea sod Gleet, so
matter of bow long ttaaoV
Inc. Absolutely aarnlass,
Sold br druwrUt. Pries
w , or r nun, pastpeiOj
1 80, 8 boiM toiL
THE lUTUWtl ML
BSLitroirf aim, oQ.
Sold by 'he Pendleton Drag Oosnpj
211 Court street
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