PAGE TWO. EYEX15U OBSERVER, LA CnAXDEV0REG6S. MONDAY, AUGUST 31, I tog. EIGHT PAGES. il 1 i? - la Grande Directory J44re4444t4 PHYSICIANS. I O. I BIOOBRS, M. D., Physician and Surgeon. Office, Lewis Building, over Henry ft ?arr Undertaking Parlor. Office "Phone Black 121. Residence 'Phone Red 1001. J. H. HUBBARD. M. D. Physician and Surgeon. Office In New Bank Building. Roomi M-Il. raumm. .T. I!"" . Mn II: Office. Main 71. DR. A. U RICHARDSON. Physician and Surgco. Office over HIU'i Drug Store. Office 'Phone lit. Residence Main tl N. MOLITOR, If. D.. ' Physician and Surgeon. Corner Adama Ave. and Depot St. Office Main l -:- Residence Main l BACON HALL. Phvalctana and Surgeons. Office t . a Grande National Bank Building. 'Phone Main 19. C T. Bacon, Residence, Main II. M. K. Hall, Residence, Main SI. OR. r. K. MOORB DR. H. C. P. MOORI Osteopathic Physician. atlrksvlle Graduates Under Founder Office Simmer Building. Phones: Office Main 13: Res. Main (4 O. H. tJPTOX, PH. G., M. D. Physician and Burgeon. Special attention given to Bye, Ear, Nose and Throat Of flue In La G-niide National Dink Building. 'Phones Office, Main I; Residence, Main 11. VETERINARY SURGEONS DR. P. A. CHARLTON, Veterinary Surgnrn, Office at Hill's Drug Store, La Grand Residence Thone Red T01. Office 'Phone Black Mil. Independent 'Phone II. Both 'phones at residence. DR. W. H. RILET. Graduate Ohio State University. Vaccination, Dentistry and Surgery ' of all kinds. Country' calls promptly answered. Office 1414 Admits Avenue. Phones: Pacific Black 1901. .' Independent, 171. SIEGRIST & CO. JEWELERS AND OPTICIANS We wish to call your attention to our REPAIR DEPARTMtNT We are better prepared thin ever to do first class work. If you have a watch that does not give you satisfaction, oring it to us and we will guarantee we can fix it. Diamonds reset or mounted in new mount ing is one of our specialties. All our work guaranteed and promptly done. We willsave you money SIEGRIST & CO- JEW'LERS AND OPTICIANS eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee Complete equipment for 9 ft, i VKa-s V1 1 ft ft 4t .. 9 IUUUV1 UUgg fcll CO LA GRANDE D. FITZGERALD. Gmpletc Machine J Professional DENTUsTb. , C. B. CAUTHORN, DenUKt, Office over Hill's Drug Store. La Grande ' Oregon. J. C. PRICE, D. M. D. Dentist. Room II, La Grande National dank Building. 'Phone Black 1991. La Grande Oregot PROF. E. PORTER DAT. Principal. La Grande School of Music Mrs. Day, assistant. School, 105 Greenwood Ave., one door south ot Adams Ave. 'Phone Black 1811. MISS STELLA If. OLIVER. Teacher of Piano and Harmony. Studio over J. M. Berry Store. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS. L. A. PICKLER. Civil, Mining, Irrigation Englneerta, and Surveying. Kntlmates, plans and specifications Office In Bohnenkamp Building. L Grande .'. - Oregon C. Ii. THORNTON. Architect and Engiueer. Surveying, Civil and Structural Engl, neering. Twenty Tears' Experience. ABSTRACTERS. J.R. OLIVER. Abstract of Title. Fire Insurance. Office next door to La Grande Na tlonal Bank. La Grande - - - - Oregi- ATTORNEYS. Chas. K. Cochran Geo. P. Cocnim COCHRAN A COCHRAN, Attorneys. La Grande National Bank Building La Orsnile .... Orego R. H. LLOTD. Attorney at Iw. Practice In all the courts of the State and United States. Elgin ...... Oregon VIA VI. MRS. GRACE McA LISTER. Teacher and Manager. Telephone Farmers llTf. resetting and repairing 2 1 s IRON WORKS j Proprietor Shops nd Foundry s ( OFtHE PAST - Union county's court , house has many antique and valuable documents In It, and from time to time one of these is unearthed by the various of ficials. The latest thing of Interest to be found In the archives came to light Saturday afternoon. Among a pile of old rubbish stored In one of the office safes and which was presumably moved over from Union at the time of the county seat removal four years ago, was found an old autograph album, not much the worse for age. On the fly leaf Is found the following inscription: "Presented to Mr. John Hanson, by B. W. Huffman, Nov. 15, 1888." The Huffman referred to is Editor Bert Huffman, formerly an engineer running out of this city, but now edi tor of the Pendleton East Oregonian, and one Of the most verssui pv'u i.Z the state. No one appears to know who "John Hanson" is. On the next page Is found the fol lowing: "For the expression of truthful, sincere thoughts of my friends. Nov. 19, 188. Jno. H. Hanson." The balance of the pages are blank, except on about the 17th page the fol lowing Is found: "To John." (On the First Anniversary pf His Wedding.) "Tls Just one year ago today, John, Just one long year ago; The forest leaves hud fnllen down. The hills were wreathed In snow; Vou saw beside your path a flower A blossom freshly blown; You loved Its faultless Innocence And claimed It as your own. Long may you live! Long may she live, Tour helpmeet and your wife! And on your brows, pray, may there shine The fairest crowns of Life! When silver threads and furrows creep Upon your nmn!y brow, ' May all the cares and trials of Life Bear lighter then, than now! B. W. H.. Nov. IB, 1889. (Anthony Creek.) IIHYAN XAMAXATED. As axpactt-d, oct on Denver, Dey hn namunptcl Bryan. Kf dcy don't ulni-t hem d'-se ynr, Hue skal sura kei-p on a-tryln. Ay hare about von fullitr saying Hae skal vote fur Tnft, Xor hue knn vote for frynn ana time Di n avid hu hi laft. l-n von ".rr fall.ir fed hae Voo.l vole for I!: van vnnee more, . Koz u.ued times h.tcn hnre nvar nine line ha oie for hem before. Vy funk det mile bnen better Ef on Vonfon doy agreed; Khz den dey vood Rat all da votes (f Norvregnns nn da Bvede. Dey sure tnng gat beeg platform, I'm sum plunks bnen offul thin. P.f dcy baen Jumpln on et wcry hard Sum places mite brake In. Pensllvaney skal get hur back up. Hum voters skal get huffy An dcy mite lost del beeg state For kicking oct McGuffy. Tmmminy Tigers note ha much to say. Yeorgy baen sulky tu, Vlt lsliivare an Nu Yersey Dey skal ha sum vork tu do. Polatlx et sure baen funny And yat ets notang strange. Hole Iota fallers skal gat a yob Kf dcy ran meek a change. Within two months from the time a creamery was proposed In Mist It wss In operation. Its absence now would be missed. The Vale M. K. church people have hurn.id a mortgage which rested on the personage. COFFEE Why do we drink so much poor coffee? He-cause id coffee is so tro it i. V .. r"- rcf vow? M toe deal k- - v pa) tuts. UNIVERSITY. Of OREGON SUHHER GESSlUil JIH15 SI TO JVLW 31. lo Ostmet la Biology. CbemiaUy, duration. Knf llik LUirrmtara. German. Mrnu h, Sjafl. ia, XI ui..nr HaUHnatio. Fbjaira. Full corpa ef Jaatmuen. fPFCIAL mtlBkM IN FII'H lU-aHrMENTrUBTCACUm For ratalim attfy,ai th tttltTIal, IIIIUIITI W HitU. IBUIL It Is A Safe Plan to bank ona'a money and not to hoard it where it can be atolen. Do not keep much money about your person, or In your house or office. Bank It with us and it will be absolutely secure, i?ht and day. . We secure our customers against loss, and they nuu us courteous and reliable people to deal with. Our methods of doing bus iness will be perfectly satisfactory to you. The Eastern Oregon Trust &. - Saving i bank 1 OFFICERS: r. M. BYRKIT, President. WM. MILLER. Vice-President OEO. L. CLEAVER, Cashier. T. J. SCROOGIN. Assistant Caahlc tP. J. HOLMES. Treasurer I.aud for Kent. We have 120 acres of excellent ian tor rent. Call at once. P. 8. BRAMWEM C. J. BLACK. ' NOTICE TO CRKDITOUS. Notice Is hereby given that the un dersigned has been appointed by th county court of Union county, Ore gon, administrator with the will an nexed, of the estate of Mary M. Blg gers, deceased, and all persons haying claims against said estate are hereb.i notified to present the same wltb proper vouchers, to the undersigned at No. !1( Fir street. La Grande, Ore gon, within six months from date o! this notice. Dated this August 8, 1908. J. D. SLATER, Administrator with the will annexed of the estate of Mary M. Btggutv deceased. Deceased- dA8. 15-S2-3B-af SPKX AND RINGS FIXED A" . (--r-."j co vrT fAN'NOT BET VHV. PLACE WHERE THEY AR1 ALDERED. oRir. In the County Court of Union Countx Oregon, Sitting In Probata. In the matter of the guardianship ot Louis W. Bay, a minor. It appearing to the court from ttv petition of Anna B. Bay, guardian ol the person and estate of Louis W. Ba 4 minor, that said minor Is the ownr. of the following described real estate to-wlt: An undivided one-half Inters' (subject to the dower Interest of Ann; B. Bay) In and to lota t and 10, ol block 108. of Chaplin's addition to th town of La Grande, Union county Oregor;. Also an undivided one-sixth interest In and to lot I. of block 2 "B" street, original townslte of Ls Grande, Union county, Oregon. And It further appearing to the court that It Is necessary for the maintenance of said ward and that It la expedient and for the beet Interest of the estate of aid ward that such real estate be sold and that the. proceed thereof bt used for the maintenance ot said ward and be put out on Interest or Invested In some productive stock; It la by this court ordered that the next of kin and all persona Interested n said estate ot said minor be and they are hereby required to appear at the office of the undersigned county Judge of Union county, Oregon, at the court house In La Oranda, Union county, Oregon, on Tuesday, the Itb day of September, 1101, at 10 o'clock a. m. of aald day, to show cause why a license should not be granted to aald guardian to sell said above-described real eatste, end It Is further ordered tit sm t a copy of this order be published In the T.a Orsn.U Evening Observe! for four successive weeks. La Grande, Oregon, August 4, 101. 1 C. HENRY, County Judge. ) We Want I - ! Our Want Your want is p'sced before a thousand or more want-seekers every day Can you afford to spend one cent per word of your want ad whe; results ars the keynotes? FOR RUNT. FOR RENT Furnished rooms, with board, In ptivate family. Also dressmaking. C. E. Wills, 1407 ith St 'Phone Red 102. 8-Ktf FOR SALE Practically new Smith Premier typewriter. Inquire at this office, or at Ferguson's book store FOR RENT Eighteen-room house; modern , In every respect; suitable for up-to-date rooming house. Mrs. S. C. Zuber. AHtf FOR RENT Single or double room for gentleman. FuiuI-icJ with bath In connection. Apply at this office. 8-24tf FOR RENT A suite of rooms for light housekeeping. Modern resi dence, ground floor. 'Phone Red 1711. 7-ietf WANTED. WANTED Chance e make qulcK service In moving furniture am! planoa with special equipment foi safe hauling. All kinds of transfei business solicited. Leave orders ai Halsten's store or 'phone to Red 11(1. J. W. Black. WANTED Situation a housekeeper or domestic by married lady. Call Black 1262. 8-18-31 WANTED Boarders and lodgers at !620 Sixth St., corner Spring Ave. All modern conveniences; close In. Phone Red (11. 8-11-17 WANTED Girl to work and go to school. 'Phone Black 22. LOST AND FOrXD. LOST In thlr - : " ub!e glasses wltn ...u .. lnninre at this office. i'OL'N'D Purse containing small sum of money. Identify at Observer of fice. 25tf a , fin o i iirNiJHAM, tlVnoNXER. 4 Sales crieo on snort notice. O 4 Satisfaction guaranteed. No extra charge for distance, v LA GRANDE ... OREGON . Route No. 1. 'Phone No. l(x( 4 Sure Cure for Asthma. We guarantee lo cure asthma ronchltls and catarrh. If our midl ine falls we will cheerfully refund all ioney paid. Writs Arnuld's Asthms 'ure Co., I3S-8S4-83( Arcade Build ig, Seattle, Wash., or for next 30 .ays, Morris W. KclghL Cove, Ore. rfox 31. Excellent Health Advice. Mrs. M. M. Davison of No. 871 GIN ford Ave., San Jose, Cal., says: "The worth of Electric Bitters aa a general family remedy, for headache, bilious ness and torpor of the liver and bow els Is so proncunced that I am prompted to say a word In Its favor, for the benefit of those seeking relief from such afflictions. There Is more health for the digestive organta In a bottle of Electric Bitters than In any other 'msdy I know ot" Bold under guarantee at Newlln'a drag store. COc. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy During the past 85 years no rem. edy hae proven more prompt or moie erf actual In tu cures of Ccuhs, Colds end Croup thaoCtamberUln'sOo igb Remedy. la many homes It ls renj upon a, lm. pJKntlyae the family phvslclan. It eon. seine no opium or oth r narcotic and maybe given confMm'ly to a baby aatoansdt.lt isrs-s. -eoOo Mc-asriigvr Fer, If you want a messenger call up Main 14. MMHMMMMMf e Your Wants Ad Column a POK SALE. FOR SALE Household furniture, ranges, couches, chairs, etc. Com. plete to furnish one or more houses. Mrs. S. C. ZubeT. FOJt SALE Rco Touring car. Fa partlculars Inquire of Mrs. T. N. Murphy. 7-22tf Good Hotel Proposition. For $3500. on easy terms; good lo cation for steauy roomers, boarders and transients; furnished. Inquire of John Palmer, at Palmer House, or W. , J. Ransom, Elgin, R. F. D. No. 1 J-24-lm "'I FOR SALE High-grade, 600-tb ca pacity cream separator In good con dition, or will exchange for spring wagon or good work horse. Robt. Miller, B St., South La Grande. 8-ltf FOR SALE Model cottage, 4 rooms and closet, pantry, bath room with lavatory and tub; porcelain sinks In kitchen and pantry. Frost proof cellar; septic tank and sewer sys tem. Barn for large storage of feed; ';. box "tall for carriage team, rooms f for rigs and harness. Street and walks complete. Everything new . and neat. ' Will sell at bargain and good terms. Inquire No. 1317, cor ner N. Fir St. and Y Ave. 'Phone Red 1261. 8-lStf Plica Cured at Homo ny New Abxorp tsusi Mcaaod. If you suffer from bleeding, Itch- lng, blind or protruding piles, senSl me your address, and I will tell yos 1 how to cure yourself at home by th new absorption treatment; and will also send some of this home treat ment free for trial, with references from youtr own locality If requested, immediate relief and permanent ci assured. Send no money, but others of this offer. Write today to Mrs. M. Summers, Box P. ' Nous Deme, Ind. 'f J V' Agricultural College Corallla, Oregon. Offers collegiate courses In Agri culture, Including Agronomy, Horti culture, Animal Husbandry, Dairy I Husbandry, etc; Forestry, Domestic Science and Art; Civil, Electrical, Me chanical and Mining Engineering; Commerce; Pharmacy. Offers elementary courses in Agri culture, Forestry, Domestic Science and Art, Commerce and Mechanic Arts, Including forge work, cabinet making, steam fitting, plumbing, ma chine work, eta. . 8trong faculty, modern equipment; free tuition; opens September 15. Illustrated catalogue with full Infor matlon on application to the Regis. ! trar, free. d&wl-ltf OlEGQ& arrival and Depanore of Tralae at La Grande. No. 1, westboun'- Portland Special.' arrive 1:35 a. m.; departs, 1:30 a. m. No. I, eastbound passenger, mail and express, arrives at :4t a. m.; de part (:( a. m No. I, eastbound Chicago Special arrive 1:01 p. m.; departs, l:lt p. to. No. I, westbound psssenger, mall and express, arrive :SI p. m.; de part. 10 p. m. fclgin Branch. Regular mixed train leave ta Grand at I o'clock and return at I o'clock p. m. The logging traia leave La Grand at 12:80 p. m. aa return at 7:41 p. m. J. H. KEEXEY. A gnu. La Grand, frego.