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EVENING OBSETIVrr.. I.A CRAXOE. OREGON. SATCttD AT, APHHj . 10O8.
La Grande Professional
O. U BIOOER8. M. D.,
Mto Ralston Building. over J. If.
BerryV 8 tor,
fcttfte 'Phone Black 1IIL
Residence 'Phone Red 1001.
J. H. HUBBARD. M. D.
. Fhysteiaa and Burgeon.
CXtte U New Bank Building. Rooms
it-ll. 'Pbonee: Residence, Main
10; Office, Main 71.
tH. A. U RICHARDSON.
Physician and Burgcok.
Office over Hill's Drug Store.
Offloe 'Phone IK. Residence Main it
, N. MOL1TOR, M. O.,
Ptivtrln and Banreon.
Corner Adams Ave. and Depot St
Cfflee Main 61 Residence Main (0
Phveiclans and Surgeon,
tttftoe S A Grande National Bank
Building. 'Phone Main 10.
C. T. Bacon, Residence. Main It.
M. K. Hall, Residence, Main 12.
MR. V. B. MOORK
DR. H. C P. MOORI
, Osteopathia Physician.
sttrksvllle Graduates Under Founder
; - Office Snmmer Balldlng.
Phones: Office Main It; Res. Main 14
C. II. ITTON, PH. G., M. .
Physician and Surgeon.
Special attention given to Eye, Ear,
Nose and Throat.
4fk.-e In La Grind National Rink
Thones Office, Main 2; Residence,
Abstracts of Title. Fire Insurance,
trtflee nest door to La Grande Na
Aa Grande - . . Oregor
TKACHER8 OF MD8K)
SHOP. B. PORTttR DAT. Prtndv
La Grande School of Music
Mrs. Day assistant. School oppo
site Foley Hotel. Phone Red 471.
M1H8 HTELLA D. OLIVER.
Tewtiei of Ilano and Harmony.
Wtudlo aver J. M. Berry! Store.
MRS. GRACE McAUSTER.
Teacher and Manager,
Telephone Farmers 174.
a B. CACTEORN.
Office over HUI'a Drug Store.
La Grande Oregon.
J. C. PRICE, D. M. U.
Room 22, La Grande National Bank
Building. 'Phone Black IttL
La Grande Oregon
Itr. 8. 11. Easley lr. J. k.. Stevenson
Res. Red 111. Res. Black 161.
EASLET 4 STEVENSON.
Dental Parlors autl Laboratory.
Aluminum Plates, Crown and Bridge
work, a specialty.
Office Opposite Foley Hotel.
Office 'Phone Black iil.
DR, P, A. CHARLTON,
Veterinary Surgecn. .
office at Bill's Drug Store, La Grand.
Residence 'Phone Red 701.
Office 'Phone Black ltd.
Independent 'Phone tt.
DR. W. H. RILEY.
Graduato Ohio 8tkle University c
Jlnatlun, Dentistry and Surgery of a
Kinds. Country calls promptly aa
Office 1414 Adams Ave. 'Phones, Pa
. clflc, Black If 01. Independent,
L. A. PICKLER.
Civil, Mining, Irrigation Engtneerlai
Estimates, plans and specification
Office in Bohnenkamp Building.
(A Grande ------ Orego
C. It. THORNTON.
Architect and Engineer.
Surveying, Civil and Structural Engi
neering. Twenty Tears' Experience.
Chas. E, Cochran. Geo. P. Cochras
COCHRAN A COCHRAN,
La Grande National Bank Building.
L Grande - - - - Oregot
Setting Machines Repaired.
I will repair sewing machines of all
kinds. Leave orders at Davis-Jordan
Music store. Also agent for the old
-ellable Wheeler & Wilson and Singer
I THE GEORGE PALMER
We Solicit Your Orders for
Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Mouldings,
; We'are prepared to furnish and deliver material
Call up Retail Department Phone Main 8.
Complete equipment for
rubber buggy tires.
resetting . and repairing
LA GRANDE IRON WORKS
D. FITZGERALD, Proprietor
Complete Machine Shops and Foundry
It has been practically decided by
the O. R. ft N. and the management
of the Washington state college at
Pullman to run a farmers' train
through Umatilla county during the
first week In May, although some mi
nor details remain to be completed as
yet. . '
A second train Is to be run through
eastern Washington at that time and
It Is the Intention of the management
to continue the itinerary Into Um'a
tilla county. It Is understood. If the
train Is run through Umatilla aa In
tended, stops will be made at Milton,
Weston, Athena, Adams, Pendleton,
Echo, and possibly Hermlston.
At each of these places lectures will
be given and practice, demonstrations
made, showing the waste of soil forces
In growing one crop on soli continu
The train which was run through
the Palouse district last month was a
decided success and everything prom
Ises an exceptionally successful trip
When the matter Is finally decided
upon arrangements will be made tc
advertise the train thoroughly and to
entertain the party at the different
places at which the train will stop.
Objects of the Train.
The specific objects of the train
and the lectures is set forth In a dp
cular scattered from the train on the
first trip through the Palouse district,
as follows: - '
To awaken interest In the magnifi
cent soli and natural resources of the
To help us remember that this great
heritage must not be wasted but pre-
uM-ved and even made better for fu
To teach the wisest methods of soli
treatment, to make the most out of It
To stimulate an Interest In better
'rop production; better kinds of
a heat; less smut; fewer weeds.
To, Impress the great ecomonlc fact
'hat half time businesses never pay.
Idle soil Is wasted soli. Factories run
ning on half time lose money.
Our soil is rich enough to grow a
crop of' some kind each year. Why
lot do It?
To show that while summer fallow
'ng may appear necessary In a wheat
growing system, It Is poor business
To help us all to study out how we
may still keep out wheat production
and yet double our profits by growing
something else on our summer fal
low. To press home the fact that our
great railroads are anxious to help
solve these problems and the state col
lege la alive to the Interests of the
National Livestock Association,
Gentlemen: Please pecept thank"
for payment of $200 In full, for one
mare, Hull. Tills was settled to my
entire sutltsfactlnn by your agent, Mr.
J. A. WOODELL.
Man-h Weather Conditions.
Mln. Max. Range.
March 1 .....
March 2 . . . . .
March S , . . . .
March 10 IS
March 11 54
March 12 SO
March 13 SO
March 14 , 18
March IS ......... (0
March 1 ......... S8
March 17 ST
March IS .43
March It 47
March 20 S3
March 21 S4
Marcn 22 S
March 23 S3
March 24 .63
March IS S3
March 2 ,.. 44
March 27 38
March 28 41
March 2 '47
March 30 4
March 21 45
t JEWELERS AMD OPTICIANS v- f
' I $
We wish to' call your attention to W J
! REPAIR DEPARTMLNT J
J We are better prepared than ever to do J
J first class work. If you have a watch
that does not give you satisfaction, Dnng
it to us and we will guarantee we can fix it.
Diamonds reset or mounted in new mount- X
ing is one of our specialties.
All our work guaranteed and promptly done.
We will save you money
Stock ranch of 1520 acres, located
one-half mile south of Union; 80 acres
In alfalfa. All under water. Stock,
machinery, etc., go with place. Call
in or address owner, C. F. Siemsen,
Union, Ore. 3-27dwtf
Persons wishing their gardens or
lots plowed should see A. O. Hermon.
Phone Black 1011. Satisfaction guar
anteed. Careful work around trees.
A trial solicited. mllalld
One dollar a week ruts a talking
machine In your home. See Davis
Jordan Music Co., about them. All
LOOK TTERKI I All IT!
The right man In the right
place Is what you want Before
ordering your sale bills don't fall
to see C. J. RICHARDS, propria-
tor of the Little Gem. next
door to the poetofflce. ,
EIGHT YEARS' EXPERIENCE
SIEGRIST & CO-vf
JEVVfLERS AND OPTICIANS
maximum, 63 degrees; ' date, 24th.
Minimum temperature 18 degrees, on
March 8. Total precipitation Includ
ing rian, hall, sleet and melted snow,
2.2 Inches. Total snowfall, 4 Inches.
Number of days clear, 10; partly
cloudy, 2; cloudy, 19. i
W. A. WORSTELL, I
Co-operative Observer, j
Want to exchange second-hand or
gan for some team work; also want
some poles. See Hendricks, the re
liable piano tuner. i
La Grande, Ore., March 29, 190S.
National Livestock Association,
Gentlemen: Thanks for the pay
ment of 3150 In full, I received from
your agent, Mr. A. Sandercock, for
the loss of one horse I had Insured In
D. A. PHILIPS.
Keep the money at
LA GRANDE SUGAR
Costs no n ere and just as
sweet. All dealers.
To the Public.
Notice Is hereby given that the un
dersigned Is now prepared to furnish
PU fresh milk from young Jersey wa w w, w w .
UAJ4JCK. JR., J UtUKUc. PALMER, President W. H. BRFNHDI Tc; jv r..ki
- -- W 4 0 WHSfUlUI
J. M. BERRY, Vice Pre.id.nt C. S. WILLIAMS, 2d Ass't Cashier
F. L MEYERS, Cashier
'Phone Black 282.
Six room house, with pantry, cellar,
bath, Inside toilet. Good location.
Large lot with fruit trees. Phone Red
1031. 1504 M street j
dA O. W. NELSON. ;
Beet Healer in the World.
Rev. F. Starblrd of East Raymond,
Maine, says: "I have used Bucklen's
Arnica Salve for several years, on my
old army wound, and othor obstinate
sores, and find it the beet healer In
the world. I use It, too, with great
success In my veterinary business."
Price 26c at Newlin's drug store.
One dollars a week slips through
your fingers before you know It and
nothing to show for it. That SI a
week will put a talking machine In
your home right away. Talk to
DA V18-JORDAN MUSIC CO.
La Grande National Bank
Of La Grande, Oregon
CAPITAL AMD SURPLUS $160,000
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY
.J. M. Berry A. B. Conley F. J. Ho!:r,o.
C. C. Penningtan F. L. Meyers Ceo. L.
W. L. Hrenh.i ' n.,. r-
F. M. Brykit
the Hiiljli .p of iu I
COUGHS and GOLDS
AND ALL THROAT and LUS!G
"J"" ""ere tout setuM en my Inngs and M ,,.,
nablt to work and scarcely able to stand. I taea Wat advised Z?tUiJ, P"! me that I
after osiaf tna bottle I wont back to work, aa wU a?I oteTwl." w DlocXy,
w. J. ATXTjrS, Banner Springs, Tom.
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