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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 22, 1906)
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; f.c Ralston Bid. over J.M.Betry's store
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Otfce Phone Black 1321
hjiidence Pbdrw Red 1001
J. H. HUBBARD, M'tX r
mysicia tuo .Surgeon . ..
ow r. l; o t ' 1 :
Office iitSlater Building. . Cor. Fir Street
and Jefferson Adnuo.' " Phone Main 79
5. A. U. RICHARDSON
J'HtSltlAH ANt SUKOKON
ce over Hill's . Druij Store .
Oifi .a i"tone 1 562 Residence. Mun 65
MOLITUH M. D.
Cor.Adams Avenue and Depot St
t'rncjs fvgiin 6S Resilience Main 68
PHYSICIAN AND SUHOfiOM
. sws "Building, opposite Sommer House
tgl&e hours, 1 to 4, ?. to 8. p. m.
' ticen Foley Building, Phone Main
u. r.Bacon residence. Main l a
I M. K. Hall
DR. H. VOLP.
AH we need is More People, tlie Joiiiylatjpn-for Jbeirjupport
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Physician and Suroeon
Jfflcei Corpe Building. Tetefhone Main BO
pall answered J bnMt
C. F. MOORE
Kirtsville Graduates, under Founder
5 Office Sommer Building
Office Main 65; Re. Main 64
CRAWFORD & CRAWFORD
l A OSjANDt ORBOON
Ofhce in Foley Building
... fj Williams
A. C. Williams
An ObstuvtH representative visited
Union yesterday arid' was royally entef-
Siied,a few bobr by M,r. Cleaver, presi
ent of the Centra! Railroad Company,
who drove us about the city and along the
route of the road where active work is
About fifty men are now engaged and
this week all of the grading and most all
of the bridges and tressels between Union
and the Cove will be completed. For
several miles along the road bed the ties
are already distributed. Thousands more
are now stacked in Union and at one
ti-ne yesterday we counted five wagons
headed towards the junction and each
loaded with forty ties that were the equal
of anything on the main line of the O. R.
& N. Co. Three carloads of railroad
steel ate sidetrackedU Uniondeppt, twelve
wore cars are In sthe wtyjlnjs side of
Difiaha This h a little more thin suffici
ent to lay the fourteen miles of track, in
cluding the three mile branch to Hot
mejns more than any of us realize 'in the
imwediatedevalopmentof this valley. This
wilj make possibly tlilhdrede -of email
farwis along ttw forty mitearof road in the'
va&y and touching-ap, of the edrmiMrclar
points places them ' all"' on ' 'an. equal
footing, with preference to none.?
livion county with her many-rural d-
liv.e-,. lier superb telephone connections!
and truisportatibn ' accomodations- and
possibilities of irrigation certainty fiar a
future uneaqualed :in the Northwest
J'rfeup your eye bn Pasco" and -watch
Tfccom. grow"'will apply with force to
Uiion county. ' ' '
JWith transportation and watef, Grande
fjnd3 'valley will' become one' perfect
garden easily supporting a, "population 6f
5P,00(J prosperous people.'
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-Within a Jew VS not later! than the
Mast of th iwielc' a cof p of 1 engineers
will be in La Grande to run the several
HJWS.0v9r.whi5h.ihe jfoad . will run fro m
Moss Chappie through Frultdale into La
"'Mf. Creaverstated tha -the grading on
the Hne from Cove to La Grande would
commence just as soon as the right of
way wa secured and that he hoped to
be able to complete the road not only to
La Grande but from La Grande to Sum
merville as well, this fall. .
While the promoters of this road ave
said very little during th seemingly long
period of preliminary work, which has
necessairily cost thousands of dollar they
have paid allot thijdfcTSations promptly
aiw a5ot,,'asi!a thf gtitizens of
colrnty FerartytWi'ia kiibe ihap of
tiohVtofclsiiac9gfls i 1
Thui"aller 1 ;o.rta1iil fortunate
Office In Ralston Building
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f4fmni luch f tnlpoVtitioa f .facilities
3pii0srftlj; filJiojt' tl faking and it
J LA. PICKLER
L.viil Minino, Irrigation Enoinbrrino
J AND SURVSYINO
Estimates, Plans, and Specifl
Jtations. Office in Bohnenkamp
- Office over Hill' Drug Store
, a Brands, i Orboon
I DR, P. A. CHARUVON. . f J
; VETERINARV SURGEON
Utt te at ?lill i 6rlfAori. LVGaride Or
Residence Phone Red, 701
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Office Phone 11561 '. Farmer Line 68
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M. A. Watson, Mir.
Our system f eta th money.
Full particulars made known upon
application to interested parties.
Office Lewis building
La Grande, Or.
, me show you jhof Isuqcessfuly
;an photograh you in yodr turn-'
J) To thr Summkr Girl:
2 want you to visit my
f 1 can
Z merffown. Come while your sown
h fresh and new, it will look neat
J ir in a picture than after it has
Xeen to the. laundry., Remember
the new location of
THE TAYLOR STUDIO
is next door to the Observer
'HONE BLACK rlSZ '.' 1
SUNDAY PHONE 841
I . , . . LODGE DIRECTORY ". '.
EAGLES - La Grande Aerie 296F. 6
f. meets jvury Friday night in Elk
tall, at 8 .. ' m. Visiting brhrert
i - - I. R. Snook wl S
r. u. I. Diggers. WuP, ,
1. 0. 0. F. La Qrande Lodge No: !&,
ieets in their hall every Saturday night
isitmg hrothers cordially invited . to at
tend. Cemetery plat may be seen at
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B. E. Cox, Sec. '
A. Arbucklb, N. G.'
STAR ENCAMPMENT, No. 3 1 , I. Q.
0. F. Meets every first and third Thurs
days in the month in Odd Fellows' hall.
Tisiting patriarchs always welcome, -
8 - G. E. Fowler. CP.
. E. Cox, Scribe. ...
M. W. A. La Grande Camp No. 7703
meets every first and- third Wednesday
of the month at I. O. O., F. hall. Ai,
isiting neighbor are cordially invited to
attend. - C. S. Williams, V. C.
John Hall, Clerk.
Mmake ig( d'entnees sometimes.
Pattern, coloring, texture,
. holdfast printing lots of
trifles go A make" up ' t i
big successes or
' big failures in
interior decoral- ,
, ing. Get our freead '
. vice, look through our ex-'
hibilion rooms andsoget wall
paper that's worth your buying.
SJANIELS & JARMAN
Paper Hangers and
FORESTERS' OF' AMERICA Court
Maid Marion No. 22 meets each 'Thurs
day night in Redman - hall. Brothers
are invited to attend. - . . . . .
i . Frsr Hon Chief Ranger
L. Snooorass Financial Sec.
Board of Trustees Dr. G. L. Biooers
John Hall and C. S. Williaml- - -.
FRIENDSHIP TENT No. 311 K. 0. T
M. Meets second and fourth Wednesdays
aoh month m I. O. 0. F. hall. Visiting
! . H. C. BalL Com
Mox .Bloch, Recdrtl,Mep,
; L.O. T. M. HIVENo.B1-Meets every
Jirst and third Thursdays, in the after
noon at the. Redmem haB., All .V'liting
jadiejare welVorne. T"
. , Maude Loup Lady Commander.
M, C. Vbssey, RecwSltefeprVW
B.P. O. E., La GRANJD.E LODGE No
433--Meets each Thursday evening at
eight,' o'clock in filfcl 'laarlk. on Adams
Averfue. ' Visiting Brothers are cordially
invited to attend. ....
, "E. W. Davis, Exalted1 Ruler
G. Ej McCully, Recording Secretary.
LA GRANDE LODGE No. 169.
WOODMEN OF, THE ,WORLD--MeoIs
very , rriday .. of each month, in
ihe K, pf. P.Jiall in the Corp.' building., All
visiting memoers welcome. , , r
Fred Jacobs Copsyl Commander
J. H. Kreney, Clark..
RED CROSS LODGE, No. 27-Meets
every Monday ' evening in Cast'le Hall,
Corpe building. A, Pythian welcome to
all visiting Knights,
' N. h.- Acri ks, C. C, '
R. Pattison, K. R. & S.
RATHBONE- SISTERS RoweiaTem
Die No. 9 meets every Wednesday 'even'
ing at ft p. m. in the K.jif P.J I all . m the
Corpe building. Visiting members cordi-
- Milly Frawley M. E, C
Eunice Procter M, of R. At C. . ,
jWUeiirvcr a apre or .ulcer Ws
chrjiniij iijfslivull iniiiisf husj v-tou,
t heal and shows oiuus ol bcconiins
iiernuse manv of thesis nLii' lta,1 to
Canifi. . It limy appear as an o&linury sure at first, and is irivtn
treatment us such, with some siiuplos-salve, wash or plaster, with the hope
that the plaee will heal, but the real Jeat of the trouble is in the bluud and
cannot le reached by external remedies, arid soon the sore will return. After
awhile the tlvadly poison begins to ear
Intoi tte tUirrauaditiK rsl and the
uleer spreads rapidly, becoming nioti
orlensive and alarming until at las
Jlhe nuflervr fitds hfl is alBictel witl
Caucer. Cancerous ulcers often starf
from a buil, wart, mole or pitnplet
which has been bruised or roughl
handled, showing that the taint is iff
the blood, perhaps inherited. Another cause lor non healing ulcers and
ores is the remains of some constitutional disease or the t fleet a of 'a lonp;
spell of sickness. S. . h. goes down te the
very rojit of the trouble and cures so thorough
ly thaf there, is never any aign o( the trouble
1 n . fi .A. uun Att 1,11111 fi im mvmfmm o.it
under ne influence of S. S. S. the place begins
PURELY VEGETAR! F to impfo, the discharge gradually grows less.
' the inlamraation leaves, the flesh resumes
Its henlthy color, and soon the sore iwell, because every vestige ot the cause
has been removed from the blood. Bk on aorea and ulctri and medical ad-
Ttct without charg. gwiFKSPtCmC CO., ATlANTA, GA.
I waseufferinaercaUy from aeBjr-
oue uior tu uy t(c irnt, wblcb had
biun to t, Dt at tllues would du
ohxra very otfoueive mattr. I
kuew the trouble was hereditary a an
only enter, my mother and two of her
etatere dlad of Caacer. 1 am fully aat
lefled I would bave one the aamewayl
nut ror o b. 0.. wnirn curea me.
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