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DAlCY EAtYT OHEQONIAN, fKMPLgTONtt OHEOM. " FHIDAY, JULY 3..1W.-
id$ and Societies
OFESSIONS AND TRADES, ALPHABETICALLY ARRANGED.
- - ViciMPia IN JDDD
0. COin,r. 10 to 12 a. m.,;
".lepbone- red 371.
l"'LI: ;rrtB eye troubles. cslar
If??d impaired hearing.
-ZZtJk TlINQO, OKFICB UVHll
UITH o'""iL hank. Telephone
LmlHOU .- --7- anl
INSURANCE AND LAND BUSINESS
BARTMAN ABSTRACT- COHI-ANV u.vra
tlffifSSSJ"t?tt w '".' alllai in uVnS
ttlla ounty Loans on clir mid dm JiiiJIL
erty. Buyssna i.ll.all k ud. oi
Does a general brokeraae bmlneti ran lai
Thrill M. D.. "HOMEOPATHIC
E-tSTinnwrn. Office in jnaa
ao5 "rsISri,-. black '73: rc-
1 . . ... . ..,.,,t.iT i cnri a.
E- .,vT ,inviniAN
kM. J'K'1",,'"4 n;Sk".taiid.
, Office ui-uv -
fcui" nffia 'Pfione black
kr"K BLAKESLBKr CHRONIC
fOTbSnSKft corner Main and
I,. Office 'phone main .21; rea
lm! 273. .
KTaTlKN BOONE. OSTEOPATH
a St! iiiomin"" .-... ....
Bed 303. and office 'phone Black
Fkibby, rnvsiniAN and s"r-
."nil IttildencV Phone MalnTwai:
Co. 0rcon. .
nit, W. . OAItUET
ion, graduate opti
cian. The only com
plete optical parlor In
the city. Six doors
.....ti, nf I. f 1 . Main
rtiidleton, Ore. No fee charged
Dilution una wmimuh
kicciiAN, unXTiT. oWice in
tunning. uuuf, . ...
ilJNN. DENTIST, OKFICB IN AS
iim block, over Schmldt'e new drug
ITbane, red 271.
feANKS AND BROKERS.
I viTinvir. niVtv' nl ATHKNA.
Id Capital, $30,000; surplus and
ItO.000. Interest on time deposits.
Id forelsn and domestic exchange.
loos promptly niienueu iu. nemj
fc. presmeui ; r, j. im.k, Tn.-e;inc-
r, o. Irturow, cnsiuer , i." iemij,
L,i.,nnQ' IliVi: nT WRHTON.
C rrat.tn 1 iniu n f-nnprnl hnnk-
hesj. Exchange bought and Bold.
Iodj promptly attended to. It. Jam
resident, (ieorjte V. I'roebstel,
kldent: J It. Kllgore, casuier; ai-
t, G. D. Uraw. J. F Kllgore, Itob
oo, G. V. Proebstel.
FcXDLI'.TON SAVINGS BANK.
ffton, Oregon. Organized March 1,
ll'inll.il. 11)0.000 : surnlus. 100.-
Itrrest allowed uu all time deposits.
at bousht and sold on nil principal
!rciai attention given to coi
W. J. Furnish, nretildent : J. N.
Iu Drrsldeut : T J. Morris, cashier;
Miloaey, asslstnut cashier.
I NATIONAL BANk'oF I'ENDLE-
cidiui. $70,000: surnlus. snn.ooo;
kti a general banking business. Ex-
tim tei-srnpsuc transfers sola on
San Francisco. New York and
I points In the Northwest. Drafts
Ion China, Japan and Europe. Makes
ras on reasonable terms, i.evi An
resident: W r Matlock." vlire-rlres!
C U. Wade, cashier ; II F. Joliueon,
CHITECTS AND BUILDERS.
jUOU CONTUACTOR AND BUIIi-
I All kinds of work figured on. Job
eamiaciorj work guainnceea.
. ted 513.
IlIQWAItD, A11CII ITECT AND SU-
t"uLi uuKes complete aua rcii
pni for bulldlnirs In the city or coun
fwm 17 Judd building.
i COLII. COXTRAOTOltH i AND
Y. Intimates furnished on .short
joo work a specialty. lTompt
u uiua street near Aiaiu.
WAV, CONTKACTOlt AND I1UILD-
luiimates furnished on all kinds
lOQrr. Cement U'lllka otr.no mnlla nir-
rwraat East Oregonlan office.'
s. nnysoSrf attorney at law
JiM. IlENTLEY REPRESENTS THE OLDEST
and most reliable firesndaccidenUnsurance
companies. Office with Hattman Abstract Co.
JOHN HAII.EV, JR., U. S, LAND COM
mlsslnnrr Specialty made of land ailnw
and proof; Insurance and collections. Of
fice In Judd buldlng, room 10.
JOE II. l'ARKES, OFFICE 150 COURT
street. Iind office' business, such as HI-
lnff.i,f. clnlma an1 'filiating contests a
BOARD AND LODGING.
MRS. If. I. trttKTIVfiTnV IMC t.tftr I
i. . l s i V"", va raen ntreet,
-whsr'she will be gladto "ee her friends and
Jus try a1
THE PARROT CIGAR IS A
SUPERIOR 5-CENT CIGAR.
THEY MIGHT HAVE MADE
OTHER BRANDS AS GOOD,
RUT THEY DIDN'T.
'r0!?1' ,AL?'A' COIINEB ALTA AND
rMlll streets. Hoard by the day or.
Week, Uood table tet Ratos i.7a and
f 1.75. per week. Pendleton Feed Yard in.
fconnectlon." V, W.JEdmlsten, Prop,
WHEN YOU GO TOl'ILOT ROCK STOl'
at the City Hotel. Good meals and
first-class rooms. Special attention given.,
to commercial travelers. Mra. C. II. Ule--tel.
Pilot Rock, Ore,
ATHENA HoTEl7lEaDIN0 HOTEL IN THE
city. Il,oo to Jl.to perday II. p Mlllen.
WHEN YOUR BUSINESS TAKES YOU TO
..uu, m numi urui uoou mean
and goodservlc-. B. II. Richards, proprietor
T , 1
HILLY ICRASSIG, ItARDER SHOP AND
Bath rooms. Main street, three doors
north .of Hotel St. George. First-class
.NEW TONSORIAL PARLORS, COURT ST.
Three doors west of Golden Rule Hotel.
J. II. Pace, prop. First-class workmen;
everything clean; all modern Improve-1
PATTON'S SANITARY BARBER SHOP,
Despaln block. Court street; best work
manship; all the modern Improvements;
nil tools sterilized; bath rooms In connection.
CABS AND CARRIAGES.
CITY CAB LINE, ER WIN" BAKER, PROP.
Telephone main 71)1. Office and waiting
room, Alta street, next to Savings Bank
LIVERY AND FEED STABLES.
THE CITY LIVERY BOARD AND SALE
Stable. M. J. Carney, proprietor, for
fine turnouts Stock boarued at reasonable.
rates, Stable lis Alta Street
COMMERCIAL STABLES. G. M. FROOME
Prop. Livery, feed and boarding. All.
Kinus oi turnouts, loaipeieui unvers
Opposite Hotel Pendleton. 'Phone, main
SEWING AND DRESSMAKING, MISS JESSIE
. Jouet. 1015 Franklin Bt., Co', E. Railroad.
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS FOR LIGHT,
housekeeping, al-o one 1 room and one 5
room house lor rent. Marlln Compton, 609 Col
FOR SALE-1IOILER AND 1-llOliSE l'OA'ER
vertical high speed engine. Also a 40-lIght
Generator liieluding till snitch board lnstru
ments For particulars, cull on or address
Fked Kixr., Box P.7D, Peuilleton, Oie .
WM, F. YOUNKA WILL PAY PROMPT AT
tontion to ali sales and posting bills. Cor
rcspqndeneejoltctted. Commission reasonable
p. o. Box 1:6. Pendleton
DIVORCE LAW8-PETSR I WEST; ADVIOfc
free; lees, tenns to suit: 25 years' experience.
Office 60S Garden St., Pendleton, Oregon.
IN POCND-ONE BAY HORSE ABOUT
7 tears old : weight about (J00 pounds ; brand
ed cross on ngnt Jaw and on right hip .
II said animal Is notw claimed by the
owner or those entitled to the possession,
costs and 'expenses against It paid, and
then taken away within ten days from the
date hereof, then at 2 o'clock p. m. of the
seventh day of July, 110. the said
nr.lmal will be sold to the highest bidder,
at public nuctlqn for cash, at Ihe city
pound, on the corner of Cottonwood and
Webb streets, In the City of Pendleton, the
proceeds of such sale to be applied to the
payment of such costs and expenses of mus
Inr sale. hCnfim 0llJr Marshal
TUOL'TMAV a imrrinM.-n-n l vn
Itiotendent Room 7, over Boston
SlO.'TERINO ANd'ce' r.. MMl
:im""hi it:i:. iiurK lriiiiruiiiiwu. i " ------
l Uti" at Ita,Uey Zehner'B clear
0T AND SHOE REPAIRING.
K,E.??.WA,.'.!. THE OLD RELIABLE
Iit.H.; '.'rstclass repairing with
I t Co P ln rear ot "lndln8er
Ttl!iE,.8."0 E HHOP REASONABLE
;"V"" material Our specialty Is
- Kllebe, 601 QardeuSt.'
Kl . . '. luere 18 anytning you
ItwlT. i0,'' second-hand furniture.
r Wets" So ""S " aaa
I '"id .SHnC0B"HAND GOODS
M"a'd; pawn brokers: monev
PI. nrn i 'U!f . of. articles. Waters
...j "itonwooq 'wet.
J Vts . '' - M
Nl if .'V', GENERAL BLACK
I'!! son? "Dalrlng; horseshoeing a
h si.p t0?P"T attended to; call
P' itoS. kT." ntat """ treer,
t:JZlw Main street.
VwSLN.0' unnxs BVEitr
Uott .V,)11 Secret Society hall,
t a Pendleton, Ore. It. W.
fe" i W. J Keves. Cf. C.
fin IW 2J PPPCE, G38 MAIN
'n as ne,P or et employ
" 'Phone .Mala 1011. .
Fred Walters, Proprietor
Capacity 150 barrels a day
Flour exchanged for wheat
Flour, Mill Feed, ("honied I-eed, etc
alw;ayg on hand,
Bar in connecti
Bet. Alta & Webb Sts.
In Center of Block.
F. X. Schempp
PRE3IDENT DIAZ INSISTS
ON BEING PRESIDENT AGAIN.
European Bondhofdera Are Interest
ed In the Succession and Ambttloua
Politicians as Well HI Prctent
Resolution a Surprise, as It Was
Supposed He Would Retire,
Trib Notice Trib
The people of Pendleton 'are re
spectfully asked to fully Investigate
Trib the world's greatest cure for tne
liquor and tobacco habits, and to any
one in need ot a cure we say truth
fully Trib is an honest, positive cure.
You do not use Trib in your coffee;
you can't give it that way; but be
sensible and take It for either of
these habits the same as you would
a remedy for any other disease. Here
is a reference from a man woll known
in Pendleton. Head it. We have
j V Daughorty writes on May 14,
liuh: To whom it may concern:--I
wish to say I completed a cure with
Trib In February, and have had no
desire to drink since. It will also cure
the tobacco habit. I had a harder
time to learn to smoke after taking
Trib than when I first learned ,to
smoke I am quite well known in
?.ra.?5,,.' n,.mi Sumnter and
muter iiij, ' , . , ,
Pendleton and anyone wishing to stop
using eltner liquor or !
recommend them to take Trib.
Price $12.50. For sale by all drug
By the Fire Insurance Com
panies we represent. Out
companies stand first in the
Hartford Fire Iusurauce Co.J12,259,07b
Alliance Assurance Co . .. L9,039,9fia
London & Lancashire Fire
Insurance Co 2,544,683
North British & Mercantile
Royal Insurance Co 22,897,158
FRANK B. CLOPTON
800 WAIN STREET K
I Send Your
4, Subscription Money
4. B. B. RICH
J 03 Third Street
t Portland, Ore.
t Agent for
t AH Publications
i To test this "ad"
T I will give a
t Ten Per Cent Reduc-
tion on all
Subscription sent me
x during the, month of
this Is Pendleton Testimony and Will
ir von ulimiM dntibt the folluwIiiK
nnil wtuli til InvestlL-utc. you haVen't
to go to some other state In the union
to prove It. It s not a long story imu
ilslieil in Pendleton newspapers about
a reshlent in Kalamazoo, Mich., or
Tampa, Flu. It's about a resident 01
Pendleton and given in nis own wuiuo.
No stronger proof can bo had.
H A Thompson, retired, who lives
on Stonewall Jackson street, says:
"My kidneys troubled mo uy speua
for 10 years ,and at such times with
a steady dull aching across my back.
I HSed largo quantities ' of various
kinds of medicines said to be good
for U, but they never benefited me
enough so that I could notice It. Fi
nally I got a box of Doan's Kidney
Pills at the Prock & McComas Co.
drug store and I found them to bo
Just what I needed. They went right
to tho spot and not only relieved my
i.i hi lint cured It nermanently.
I will ho only too pleased to tell
others about tho merits of this reme
dy." For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents per box. Foster-Milburn Co..
Buffalo, N. Y., sole agents for the
Remember tho name DOAN'S
and tako no other.
City of Mexico, July 3.-Tho unan
imous nomination by the liberal
union convention of President Diaz
as a candidate to succeed himself,
and his re-election to tho presidency,
which Is a foregone result of tho
general election whlclr takes placo
this month, whllo it could not bo
otherwise than satisfactory to tho
people ot Mexico generally, is still a
cause of some anxiety In tho minds
of those who havo Ihe welfare of tho
republic sincerely at heart and who
look forward to the tlmo when the
"maker of modern Mexico ' Is 110
more. 'The decision of ' Pres.uent
Diaz to stand for re-election was
somewhst of a surprise even to Ills
most intimate political associates.
His advanced age ho was horn ln
1S30 makes It Imperative for tho
nation fo look about for an able sue
cesbor to tako tho reins of govern
ment when death causes tiie hand
that has so long nnd so successfully
guided the car of state to release Its
It is publicly known t.iat the finan
ciers of Europe desiro tho retire
ment of President Diaz solely because
they wish the matter of tho succes
sion to le arranged during his life
time. This has been 0110 of tho con
ditions the Rothschilds have made
when appealed to for a great loan to
place Mexico on a golu standard.
They fear that tho president will dlo
suddenly with tho result that the
country will he plunged ln confusion
and that a soldier will then seize the
presidency, that civil troubles will en
sue and In which case tne bondhold
ers would he the principal sufferers.
Diaz has hitherto been known to
admit that he fully realized the force
of this argument In favor of his re
tirement and was willing to sacrifice
himself to the situation. Conse
quently his decision to accept an
other term of office Is all tho nioro
surprising. The three other candi
dates mentioned Tor the honor were
Mmantour, Mentis and Marlschal, but
now that Diaz has ncccpted tho re
nomination, Jhey have quit the race
In fnvor of the Incumbent.
Two Ambitious Aspirants.
It Is well understood Hint those
who have largo flnnucial Interests in
.Mexico would like to see J. Ives I.I-
mantour secure tho presidency, ns ho
is considered by far the most able
financlar and diplomat the republic
has yet produced. Ho was acting
president of Mexico during the visit
01' Diaz to the United Slates in HUH,
alnd has always been considered the
choice of Diaz for his successor, al
though he Is run close In that re
sped und In the favor of the Mexican
aristocrats by fieneral llernnrdo
Keyes, who as secretary of war and
head of the army, has strong claims
to the plaee. General Reyes has a
more engaging personality than Senor
IJmantour, but he has lost some or
his populailly by showing too plain
ly his nsnlratlous for presidential
honors. In the event of tho death of
Diaz whllo In office tho presldeney
would devolve temporarily at least
on Senor Marlschal, the present sec
notary of the senate, nnd who would
servo until a general election eiuld
Is Good Time
Now I tht accapttd time to
have your house painted or pa
pered. A little painting here and
there will help Its looks wonder
fully. Some nice, bright, new
wall paper will lend a freshness
to any room. Our stock of wall
paper was never more complete
pattern In endless variety and
every one new and up-to-date In
color design. Better come In and
let us show them to you and tell
you what It will cost for your
whole house or one room.
E. J. Murphy,
111 Court Street.
Dinner Twenty-five Cents
Prom 11.30 a. m, to 7 p. m.
Short orders a spoolality
Quick, Courteous Servioe
Open all Day and Night
T. A.Oidfather, Prop.
International Stock and
C. F. Golesworthy
137-139 Erst Alta St..;
Agent for Leo's Llco KlUor
TURNERS OF TWO STATES.
Meet at Mollne, Illinois, Is Now In
Mollne. 111.. '.Inly 3 Mollne Is to
ila the Mecca for Oerman Turners
from two states, the occabion being
tho unnual Illinois tumfeat, iu which
a number of societies of Iowa lire
alsi participating. The program wus
formally opened tuda ai Concordia
path, wl.ero the conuiulllioim will be
held for three days. A big parade
and several Interesting social Teat
inch are also on the program.
Among the soclellua tint are eon
testing for the prlze am thobo of
Llilcago. reona, rem, iavenpurt.
Rock Island nnd several other cities.
The program of alhloth' .ml gym
nastic events Includes high lumping
broad jumping, high broad Jump,
shot put nnd I oo-yard dash. Oratori
cal and literary contests are ulso on
Ohio Turners in Session.
Dayton, Ohio, July 3. The streets
or Dnylon are profusely decorated
with the German and American colors
in honor of tho visiting Turners who
are here from all parts of the state
for their annual turmcst. Among
the delegations In evidence today
were societies from Cleveland Tole
do, Canton, Cincinnati, Springfield
and a number of other cities. The
program covers three days and pro
vides for a series of Interesting com
petitors as well as a number of at
tractive functions of a social nature
Today was duvntcd laigrly to Ihe
welcoming of tfm visitors.
V II E (1UKKN 1I0TKL. Clean
comfortable rooms from i'i
cents up. Newly furnished
throughout, (lueen Chop House
111 connection. Meats at all
tours. Onlf hlle help em
ployed, lllve in a trial. '' '.
COE COMMISSION GO!
Minneapolis, Chicago ami New York
Grain and Stocks
N. II.-If you have 111 open tmde 01
icount wllli us, you tin operate
Kislnst It In any of our 1W offices
WHEAT CORN AND OATS
Stocks, Bonds and Negotiable
We clurge uu Interest lur cartyliif lout
MARGINS: lo Bushel on drain;
$2 a Share on Stooks
ItelerdX'es! ICS nalloual and slate Lauks
I'rlrale wires to alll eaillnt" exchaunea and to
H7leadlua" towns oi the northwest. (Jeunral
otllces, Hank ol Commerce Hullrflnf Mlnneapu
20 OOUKT STMIT
Mayvllle. Wis., July 3. The Turner
boc etles of Wisconsin aro gatliereu
heie In large numbers for their thir
ty-third annual turnfest. The compe
titions were commenced today under
favorable auspices and will continue
cure dyspepsia and all disorder! aris
ing from Indigestion. Endorsed by
ihyslcians everywhere. Bold by all
dnisFsrlsta. No cure, no pay. 25 cents.
Trial package free by writing to W.
II. Hooker ft uo., uunaio, n. 1. w.
W. Schmidt ft Co.
VAN DRAN BROS., Prop.
The Best Hotel In Pendkto
and as good as aay.
The Hotel Pendleton has just
been refitted and refurnished
throughout. Phone, anil fira
alarm connections witli all rooms,
Baths in suites and single rocs(
Headquarters for Traveling Hsi
Commodious Sample Rooms.
Rates $2 & $2.50
Hpeclal rates by week or inrmth
Prompt Dluliigroom service.
Bar and billiard room in oomeotioi
Only Three Blocks from Depot
GOLDEN RULE HOTEL
Co nut Court an.l Johnson Streets,
M. F. Kelly, Proprietor.
HEATED BY STEAM
LIGHTED BY ELECTRICITY
Auiorlenii I'liui. nifi-1 Uft to a'4.00
Kiir-npomi I'liui. Alio. Too, S1.1H).
Hpechil rut cm hy vreuk or mouth,
Free 'bus meets all tralnsl
Commercial trade solicited
Pine sample rooms
Special Attention Given Country Tri-J
CORNER MAIN AND WEBB ST8.
GEO. DAIIVEAU, Prop.
Block and a hall from depot;
Sample room In connection.
50o, 750, IM
American flau, j per day and upwar,,
llcadquaitcra fortouil.u and comsuarctal tra.
tUrs. Special rates inada (o famlUaa audalagU
gcutlriaeu The msuajcincnt will U plaaate
at all times to show rooms and (ivc prfcs. A
modern Turkish Uthrslauli.bin.utln Ihehotal,
II, C, BOWKHS, Maaaaer,
M li.hnn. Oil la li.v. IMS In um MMWlHii ufKum ithiun oi a. anwia
ViIffiUCTuYiuCars. Vulllli.lr cores its worrt am lo o(l ana iaa aruiu rm
MeadSohe, Onntnsro Marri toaaof men, S-fSjyfle4MU.or oJ
Wn". lS,f.ldiiKl.t.acuieUalU BflLi jft.H! ?'"
iSttJtlli rt,uir. um. Addraaa. aiahoD RamsxJir Co.. ha FranolaeesfWs
SOLD BY TALLMAN & CO., UHOOOIUTU, PENDLETON, OHtUON.