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PROFESSIONS AND TRADES ALPHABETICALLY ARRRANGED.
COUNT IX AVERAGE WORDS TO THE LINE.
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to 5 p. n. Telephone, n.
"V MILLER. M. D... DESPAIN nLOCK.
treats ana tunctw. c.c iuts. ""
bal conditions nuu uuimirvu ueariuK. ,
Jlaises corecHj- mira iur reuai-iivr er-
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Pendleton Savings bank.
sldcnce teiepnuue oi.
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k fiAHFIELD. M. V., HOMEOPATH
'lc physician and Surgeon. Office In
d tiillluliiR. Meiepuune; vjuicc, discs
residence, black 24.
WILLIAM HOUSE. PHYSICIAN AND
Surgeon. Office, room an, Jndd Dnnaing.
hone, aiain uesiuence tuone eu -o.
D. J. M'FAUL. ROOM 17 ASSOCIA-
tlon block. Telephone Main va; rest-
nee telephone, DiacK ltu.
T. M. HENDERSON, THTSICIAN
id Surgeon. Specialties eye. ear, nose
throat. . Office In Savings Bank build
Phone Main 33.
BTEOPATUiC PHYSICIANS, DIIS.
Eeyes Keyes. Office one block west
LYNN K. BLAKESLEE, CHRONIC
d nervous diseases and diseases of wo
Opp Hotel Pendleton, cor. Water
Main Sts., Pendleton, Ore. Phone
A. VATJGHAN, DENTIST, OFFICE IN
A, MANN, DENTIST, OFFICE IN AS
SOCIATION block, over Schmidts new
ARCHITECTS AND BUILDERS, i
HOWARD. ARCHITECT AND SU-,
crlntendent, makes complete and rell-
plans for buiidincs m tne city or
intry. Room 17 Judd building.
IEEK 4 COLE. CONTRACTORS AND
builders. Estimates furnished on short
tee. Job work a specialty. Prompt
. Shop on Bluff street near Main.
MAY, CONTRACTOR AND BUILD
Estlmntes furnished on all kinds of
ry, cement walks, stone walls, etc. J
era can be left at the East uregonian
BOWMAN, LEADING inOTOGHA-j
jl v..f. i........ - i.
Main St, near bridge.
CE BROS.. COURT 8TREET, LA
block. Electricians, dealers In elec-
suplles. nouses, stores, wired for
lc Unnts. nens or teiepnones. UMctri-
Ixttires of all kinds. Get our prices.
work a specialty
HIDES, PELTS AND JUNK,
- CAN GET THE HIGHEST MAB-1
pi price for your pelts, hides and all '
.of Junk, such as rubber, brass, cop-
Llena. unc. raes ana Domes, iron or
Ends a specialty. You can bring In 50
worth of rags or ship In $500
i of hides and will be treated In the
v way. We have come here to stay, i
I'nm ft pull and von will he sstUflert. I,.
c i Co., office and warehonse next to'
fcrn Hotel. Pendleton, Oregon. Tele-1
URANCE & LAND BUSINESS.
H. PARKES, OFFICE COURT ST.
poslte Golden Rule Hotel : land of-1
business, auch as filing of claims and i
ting contests a specialty.
. ., .. - i
HAILEY, JR., U. S. LAND COM- , of
sloner Specialty made of land fll-!
land proof: Insurance and collections,
i In Jndd building, room 16.
BOARD AND LODGING.
ISTItAHON ROOMING HOMK. MAIN 8T,
1. K A Rtrahnn. tiron NlCO larCC well
fcooms In new building, with good clean
K WHITE LODGINO HOU8E. SOI 80UTH
tstreet. M t liraaiey. prop. jiousoKeep-1
poms and lodging rooms Good comfort
rooms and clean, well kept beds. Lodging I
IRE LODGING HOUSE CORNER OF E. I
rt and Johnson streets; good large clean
as with comfortable beds. Rates 25c and1
might. Thos. Smart, Prop. 1
EL ALTA, CORNER ALTA AND'
table set. Rates ?4 and ?5 per week. 1
leton Feed Yard In connection. L. BLACKSMITH I NG AND HOR8E-
h EASTERN, SAMUEL GEORGE, COPELAND & SON FOR WHEAT RACKS.
tp. Board by the day or week. Good cheapest and best in town. 31 Webb street.
( beds and well ventilated room ;
I 25c: board and lodging $5 per ....,..
feed atcble In connection. WANTED.
PcABSAND CARRIAGES! WANTED POSITION AS CLERK BY A MAN
L ABS A"P CAKHIAfafcO. who has bad experience as bookkeeper and
p . P a ti nwp pnwiw hajtup Prn clerk In grocery and was manager ol a general
bnhlin . ' I5PWL? V' P; merchandise store. Addrew 'Progreu," care
phone Main 79. Stand ,In front of 0I East Oregonian.
E- . WANTED TO PDRCHABE AT INVOICE
KERY AND FEEd'stXbLES. Pedfeion.ddV Z r8?VZSTl&
fcEEDAND BILES yARDH7cHE8- reg0D"n'
rop ,619, AoraSt., bet. Webband Alta. enn rcnt
j." treatment given horses left In our ryn ritni.
' roaBKNT-BARN. INQUIRK OF MARY E.
ITT LIVERY, BOARp AND SALE Boat, 320 Ann street.
K t0t rooms; to rent-enquibe mary e.
Host, 320 Ann etreet.
PSV&S Saving's "Bank Free
jjfw MrtSro." Tcrlg0pgoy00d O END YOUK ADDRESS TO
ON FEED yard, W. T. BOYNTON 0 the Pac,flc Newspaper Union
P; Hpecial care given to kKlSct 927 Market St, San Francisco, and
Lower Wet street Pboa kUd gecure free, a beautiful Nickel Sat
jr Ings Bank, also full particular re
rT0N80RIAL PARLORS: garding the new Three Volume. 190
r nmu PARLORS. mtimatlonal Encyclopaedic Diction
rroom. J?' barber shop and ary -which la now being furolabea U
r Centa a Day.
BANKS AND BROKERS.
riKST NATIONAL BANK OF ATHENA,
ure?on. Capital. ?o0,0P0 snrplna bb
proms, fowu. interest on time deposit.
Deals In forelen and domestic exclianct.
u Aaums, president: t. J. rilrs, vlee-prosl
dent ; K. u. uarnett, cashier ; F. S. 1
urow, assistant cashier.
i-enaieion, urejron. organized March 1,
ison; capital, tav.uuu, surplus. Il'lMKHl,
1 Interest allowed on time deposits. Ex-
enanm nnllfrht llflrl anM nn all nrlnMnal
I points. Special attention given to collec
tions. . j. Kurnlan, president; J. N,
Teal, vice-president: T. J. Morris, cashier,
THE FARMERS' BANK OP WESTON.
Weston, Oregon. Does a general banking
susiness. Kicnange bougnt and told.
Collections promptly attended to. R.
Jameson, president; Geo. "W. Proehstel,
vice president: J. K. Kllgore, cashier: dl
rectors, G. A. Hartman, M. M. Johns, T. J
Price, G. D. Graw, J. F. Kllgore, Robert
Jameson, u. . rroeostel.
FIRST NATIONAL RANK OF TENDLE-
ton. Capital $70,000; surplus, S05.OOO
Transacts a general banking bnslness. Ex
change and telegraphic transfers Bold on
Chicago, San Francisco. New York and
principal points In the northwest Drafts
drawn on China, Japan and Europe, Make
collections on reasonable terms. Levi An
keny, president: . F. Matlock, vice-president
: C H. Wade, cashier; H. C. Guern
sey, assistant cashier.
-ARTER AND RALEY, ATTORNEYS AT
Law. Office In Savings Hank building.
STEP II KN A. LOWELL, ATTORNEY AT LAW;
Ituom 14, Association Block, Pendleton, Ore.
IIE.VRY J. BEAN, ATTORNEY AT LAW:
Atsoelat on Block, IVudleton, Ore.
S. BERKELEY, ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office In Association block.
3. D. BOYD. ATTORNEY AT LAW, 111
L. B. BEEDEIi, ATTORNEY
IAMI.S A. FEE, LAW OPFICE IN JUDD
STILLaiAN & PIERCE, ATTORNEYS
at Law. Mr. Stlllmnn has been admitted
to practice lu United States patent offices
nil makes n specialty of Patent Law.
Rooms V), 11, 12 and IS Association block.
I ROYAL NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA
Wildwood Camp, No. 2333, meets siicond
a ourth Tuesday or each mouth In Odd
- niinw - hnii. Mm. mn iioiromo. ijrs.de :
LMATILLA TENT, NO. 27, K. O. T. M.
Meets In Secret Society Hall, second
. and (ourth Tuesdays In each month. All
vlsitlnc Sir Knights cordially Invited. J
S. Kees, Record Keeper; E. D. Eatabrook,
PENDLETON LODGE, HO. 52, A. F. and
A. M.. meets first and third Mondays of
eacn moutu. ivisltlng bretnren welcome.
T. J. Tweedy. W. M.. Joe II. Parkea, Sec.
PENDLETON CHAPTER, NO. 28 T. C.
Taylor. H. P.. F. V. Wamsley. Secretary.
Meets first and fourth Frldan of each
month In Masonic Hall.
i'iu.msisub uc this rAcitm; wiu-
llnm Martin Encampment, No. 1. Meets
every Wednesday at Hendrlck'e Hall. Mrs.
L. F. ,ampkln. Secretary.
DAMON LODGE. NO. 4. KNIGHTS OF
PythlaB. J. . Nowlln. C. C. ; R. W
Fletcher, K. of It. S. Meets every Mou
day la secret society uau.
Camp. No. C309. Meeta first
and third Mondays of each month at Odd
m,t n a ThM nio-i.
feuowB' uau. ueorge A. Uamblln. Con-
.WOODMEN OF THE WORLD REGULAR
meetings of Pendleton Camp, No. 41, W.
IV.. nn hplrl In Swrif ITnll
cverv Satnrdnv evenlnL'. VlHltlnir ni-lffh.
bore are always welcome. J. P. Walker,
Clerk, J. P. Earl. C. C.
BOOT AND SHOE REPAIRERS.
JOHN WILSON,. FIRST CLASS SnOE-
mnbor nnri mnnlrnr rtnat mnrortn! noiwl
nna g00d work done. Shop 117 Alta
jEORGE O'DANIEL, NEW AND SECOND
hand goods bought and sold. Conrt Bt,
Jpera bouse block. Call and aee him.
f. STROBLB, DEALER IN SECOND
band goods. If there Is anything you
need In new or second band furniture,
itoves, granite ware and crockery, call and
jet hit prices. No. 212 Court St.
'. sir. I've set.i the time, when I
Gio: Tluii b r'it r .-trctchlng thlncs."
Big Tournament of the Great
Now on at Hanover.
Hanover, July 19. Beginning; today
and continuing for several weeks to
come the eyes of the chess world are
to be turned toward this city. The
International tournament under the
auspices of the Gerniiin Chess asso
ciation and the Hanover Chess club
commenced tliia- afternoon, when the
pairing: of the players took place
The actual play, however, Is not to
begin until Monday. Among the
American experts in attendance are
illsbury, Marshall and Napier. They
will test their skill at the game
against such well known players of i f
Europe as Blackburno, Mason and
Lasker of England. Janowskl. of
France, Tschigorin and Alapiu of
Russia. Maroczy, Wolf and Marco of
Austria-Hungary, and Tarrasch, Mleso.3
Scheve and Walbrodt of Germany.
As is the custom in the German
congresses, there will be three or four
other events In addition to the prin
cipal tournament Among these the
chief feature is the so-called Taupt
tournee, the winner being declared
a master and thus entitled to play
in subsequent international master's
tournaments, held under the auspices
of the association.
Big Inter-Lake Regatta.
Toledo, 0 July i9. The harbor
and bay are dotted with craft come
to take part In the annual regatta of
the Interlake Yachting association, to
be held during the coming week. De
troit, Buffalo, Sandusky and other
cities will be represented in the
races. Monday the fleet will assem-i
ble off Gibraltar Island and a recep
tion will be held on the yachts. The
opening race will be sailed Tuesday
over a fifteen mile triangular course
with a nine-mile triangle for tho six
teen and twenty footers. The wind
ward and leeward races will be sail
ed Wednesday, five miles and return
for the big boats and a single course
for the small ones. Thursday Mill be
given over to squadron sail, followed
by the annual ball in the evening. On
Friday will bo sailed the free-for-ull,
the course depending upon the
weather conditions. A power boat
race is also scheduled for that day.
Tho entry list is large and of a high
class and with favorable weather
conditions the regatta should prove
one of the best in the history of the
Western Tennis Championships.
Chicago, III., July 19. The turf
courts o the Kenwood Country club
were thronged with devotees of tennis
today at the opening of the annual
western championships, singles and
doubles. The tournament continues
through the coming week. First, sec-1
ond and consolation prizes will be
given in both singles and doubles
Tho winner in singles will meet Hay- j
mond D. Little, tho old Princeton '
player, who won tho honor last year 1
for the championship. The winners
of tho first place in the doubles will '
be the western champions and will
be called upon to play the winners of
the eastern doubles at Newport next
month, and the winners of that event
will play at Newport for tho chain
plonshlp of the United States,
New Leylander Liner.
Liverpool, July 19. Tho new twin
screw steamship Hanoverian of the
Leyland line sailed for Boston today
on her maiden voyage. Tho new
ship Is one of tho finest of the trans
atlantic fleet. Her tonnage 1b about
14,000 tons; length, C01 feet: breadth
GO'fc feet, and she haB a capacity for
nearly 250 cabin passengers. No
other qlas8 of passengers in -carried
and this gives the largest amount of
deck space which Is possible for an
ocean steamship. There are nine
water-tight bulkheadB of steel, ?nd the
ship is built to Lloyd's highest class,
having a cellular bottom and bilge
The homllest man In Pendleton, as
well as the handsomest, and other,
are Invited .to call on any druggist
and get free a trial bottle of Kemp'
Balsam for the throat and junga, a
remedy that 1 guaranteed to cure4 and
relieve all chronic and acute cough,
asthma, bronchitis and consumption.
Price 25c and 50c. For sale by Tall
man & Co.. sole agents.
was sheriff, that Pv Inuii: ten men a
jAll Havana Filler
FL0R0D0RA " BAUDS en
of same talue as tags from
" STAR," " HORSE SHOE,"
USPEA RHEA D,""STA IDA RD M VY,"
" OLD PEACH & HONEY,"
SAW LOG," "OLE VARCINY"
or "MASTER WORKMAN" Tobacco.
We are prepared to do your work
and ask you to call on us.
Charges will be right.
TELEPHONE RED 61
The Old Dutch Henry
Kit Hays & Connerley
127 and 129 East Alta Street
BABBITT MRTAL, BEST IN TUB
worn, in tra. frict 91 per par, at toe
aat OragoaUa oatca.
4 a rsS.s?swrfiH! w
1 time .15o
2 times SOo
1 week ,30o
Extra lines: 10 cenU each
f KNOLKTON MACHINE SlIOl AND FOt'.V.
dry Haltoioro A Hovr. proprietor Muck
mlthlnr and gvner! Jobbing. Iron and brn
caitliiK. All kliuU ot machinery repair.
OKNERAL RKIAIH" SU0t WEBB BT.,
West of Motel Eastern. All klnda of re
pairing done at reasonable prices. Bicy
cles, gun and machine repairing a special.
ty. mmmons uolin. prrrletorn.
HOUORS TO PAfrrtlRK-TIMOTIIY, ORCHARD
ami brome Kron; khvI jt nt plenty of
running water. Terms reasonable, V, It. Hom
MISS MINNtKS. KJK. ORADl'ATK NUKHK,
a Turk street. Telephone No. llUck S.M,
calls day or night promptly rHnded in
FOUND KEY FOR
call at this oRlce.
Y AI.K LOOK OWNER
KELLAR BRO?.lERH, VI.AHTRRINO
aud cementing. Cement walk a special
ty. Estimates furnished frev Work guar
anteed. Ieare orders at lladley A ,ah
ner"B cigar store. Main 8t... I. O. boi 104.
ncrAMT Time Hohodulo aait
wR From 1'oi.dlotoii rxoii
Chicago Unit Ijke, IK-uvor. Kt.
I'orUkud Worth, Oniikha, Kn
HlH'clKl a (Jlty.Hl Until, Chi M. .
.'uliliim cagoand Kait.
liiston. Atlantic Salt l.nLn, Denver, Kt.
KxprrM Worth, Omaha, Kan.
&:t& a. in. iu t'lly, HI. Uiuli.Ohl- tl!I0 . bi
Tin Hunt- CKgo and Knit,
Ht. I'aut Wnlla Walla, Uiwl.l.n,
Fait Mall Hpokane.Wallare.l'ull
M.l&a.tn. man, Mlnn'oll, HI iaOp. in
via 1'itul, Dulnth, JIIIwku.
Hlokne. keo, DtilciRO and Kmt.
Ocean and River Schedule.
All lalllnir datei lubjecl
Kor Han KruncNco
Hall every 6dayi.
I u. ui
To Aitorla and Waj
lln.t. !.,, ... t .1 T - .. . .1 . 1 1. ......... 1 LI ........
(itxKeol water ixiriulttlug) (or VVlamtte and
Yamhill River polnti, 1
7 :00 a. in
HlparU to Iwliton.
K. K. WAMHLKY, AkbiiI, l'uudlluu
Kor Chicago, Ht. Paul, Ht. Louis, Kan.
Has City, Ht. Joo, Omulm, and
All Points East and South !
Portland and pulnta
on the Sound
TIM JC DAM),
Leare heudluton, dallr except huudari
70. tun. '
Arrive fendletou Monday. Wednei'laT ant
Friday VJJ pin.
Arm I'endiutou 'lutnU, Ibnrtdar a-ne
Saturday 10 &5 am.
Leave Walla Walla daily, eait bound I:(jUpdi.
Arrive Walla Walla dally mill bound low am
For Information refardlnir ratv aud accon
modatloui, call on or addrei 1
W. AUAUB, Agent. 1
rendition urvaoi ,
a u ill I.nvir 11 vi 11 11 u 1 1
Walla Wa'lla', Waih,
Red Jacket Pumps
Hayes' Double Cylin
Machine Oil Babbitt Metal
JBJ CHICHeTCn' KNOLIBH
In lll.ll ml Oulil iuUIUl ti. Jt
nil uduitbif u. 'I'uLom vlbcr. JUIVm
lCtr-n. Nut,.iuion and mil.
Utmi-t I'.irlln.lji.. TillmuuJU
turn ,U.h- lI.Wi' vgcu.. aWkf
18:00 p, m
e i cent
pxrr, ruiui.. rJZ
1 time mm
2 time ....SO
1 week 4
a week; 25 cent a line per month.
VAN DRAN BROS., Props.
The Best Hotel In Pendleton
and as sood as any.
Headquarters Jar Traveling Men.
Commodious Sample Rooms.
.Rates $2 per day.
Speclnl rates by week or ttiontli.
I2very flodern Convenience,
Bar and Billiard Room in Connection
. , Only Three Blocks from Depot.
GOLDEN RULE HOTEL.
Corner I'miit ami JoIhimiii HtreuU,
M. F. Kolly, Proprlotor.
HUATUI) UY STHAiYl,
LIUMTHO UY HLl-CTRICITY
Amorlrun I'lan, iatti II. to t'J.OQaday,
Suropean plan.fiOu, 76o, tt.W
Hpecial ratea by week or month
I'Vce litis Meets all Trnliia.
Commercial Trade Solicited.
Pine Sample Kooma
Special attention jfiven Country Trade
OliO. DARVBAU, Prey.
Block aad half treaa dept.
Bumpt Rmb ceaaectUa.
Room Rate 56c, 75c, M
Aji or faiwtvSi
Circular au( uit tvyimt.
Ml U WWM,
fTajrw tout dunmiQa.