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EVENING ORKERVEIl, LA GRANDE, CREGCN, MCNDAY, SEPTEMBER. 21, 158.
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G. L.' BIGGERS, M. D.,
Physician and Surgeon.
Office, . Lewis Building, over Henry
A Carr Undertaking Parlors.
OCflc 'Phone Black 1ISL
Residence 'Phone Red 1001.
3. H. HUBBARD. M. D.
Physician and Surg-xm,
Dtflc in New Bank Building, Rooms
10-11, 'Phones: Residence, Mala ;
81; Office, Main 71.
DR. A. L. RICHARDSON,
c Fliysiclan and Snrgeow
Office over Hill's Drug Store.
Officii 'Phone 1S6. Residence Main 6(
N. MOLITOR, M. V.,
Physician and Surgeon.
Corner Adams Ave. and Depot St.
Office Main 68 Residence Main S
BACON & HALL.
. . Phvslclans and Sur4t. -Office
1J" a Grande National Bank
Building. 'Phone Main 19.
C T. Bacon, Residence, Main 18.
M. K, Hall, Residence, Main 62.
DR. V. E. MOORE
' DR. H. C. P. MOOR
. Osteopathic Physicians.
Xlrksvllle Graduates Under Founder
Office Summer Building.
Phones: Office Main 63; Res. Main 04
C. IL IPTON, PII. G., M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Cpeclal attention given to Eye, Ear,
Nose and Throat .
Office in La G-ande National Bink
Building. ; V
Phones-Offlce, Main 2; ' Residence,
Main 82. ; ?.
DR. P. A. CHARLTON,
Office at Hill's Drug Stdre, La Grands
Residence 'Phone Red 701.
AfN.. Tln.A DTaaI. t
Inderendent 'Phone 68,
Both 'phones at residence.
DR. W. H. RILEY, ,
Graduate Ohio Slate University.
Vaccination, Dentistry and Surgery'
rw, A rn.MM Mails MMAmn,t.. I
Of rice JIM Adams Avenue.
Aones: Pacific Black 1901.
YOUR CHILDREN'S EYES
! Should be looked after Now
Not after tfiey have started their Studies and
began to have eye troubles. We'll measure
the eye FREE and tell you If glasses are need
ed. Bring o;ir children HERE today,. Don't
delay. If glasses arc needed our price will
be less than half the "other fellows"
CEO. S. BIERNIE, Optician For
Z. .Complete equipment for
I rubber buggy tires.
LA - GRANDE IRON WORKS
D. FITZGERALD, Proprietor . . .
Complete Machine Shops and' Foundry
C. B. CUTHOKN,
Office over Hill's Drug Store.
La Grande Oregon.
3. C PRICE, D, M. D.
Room 28, La Grande National Bank
Building. 'Phone Black 1001.
La Grand .' ; ''...,..: . Oregon
TEACHERS OF MUSIC
PROP. E. PORTER DAT, Principal.
La Grande School of Music
Mrs. Day, assistant. School, 105
Greenwood Ave., one door south of
Adams Ave. 'Phone Black 1831.
MISS STELLA I. OLIVER.
'Teacher of Piano and Harmony.
Studio over J. M. Perry's Store.
, Im A. PICKLER.
Civil, Kilning, Irrigation Engl n eerie
Estimates, plans and specifications
Office in Bohnenkamp, Building.
La Grande - - - - - - - Orego
C. It. THORNTON.
Architect and Engineer.
Surveying, Civil and Structural Engi
Twenty Years' Experience.
Chaa. E. Cochran Geo. P. Cochrat
COCHRAN & COCHRAN,
. La Grande National Bank Building.
La Grande - - - . Oregot
R. H. LLOYD.
Attorney at Lv.
Practice In all the courts of the State
and United States.
Elgin - - - Oregon
t 11. chawfohu,
. Attorney at Law.
Practices In all the courts of the Stnte
and United Suites.
Office In La Grande Xntion.il Bank
HUIldlng, La Grande, Oregon.
MRS. GRACE McAUSTER.
Teacher and Manager.
Telephone Farmers 1971.
resetting and repairing . r
I THIS WEEK
m HiiBii r a b r r an ss
Portland, Sept. 21.--(Speclal cor
respondence.) The Portland Country
Club & Livestock ' association begins
Its Initial meeting today. . The exhibit
of livestock surpasses that shown at
the; Lewis & Clark exposition, and
the races will be the best ever wit
nessed here. The great mile track
just completed at a cosO-of $27,000,
the immense 'barns and steel frame
amphitheater, give the grounds and
surroundings an appearance of solid
ity and permanence. The track is
considered the best drained that has
been built in this part of the United
States. There Is a steam railroad line
Into the grounds, In addition to a
splendidly equipped electric Une In
fact, the latter has been tested and
found capable of handling 45 cars at
one time. Together these lines will
relieve the grounds . of 7000 people
within the first 15 minutes after a
meeting. . .
No event has taken place in the last
year that will be more beneficial to
the Pacific north welt than the visit
of the delegates in 'attendance upon
the national convention of the Ameri
can Association of Traveling Passen
ger Agents, . These men hv
through. Washington, spent three days
thoroughly j Investigating Seattle,
where they held their convention,
visited Interesting points on the
Sound; then they came to Portland,
where they spent a day before making 1
the Columbia rlver( trip. Here they j
disbanded, going to many points In J
Oregon, Washington , and doyr.
through California. The Traveling
Papsenger Agents meet thousand of
people every year, and Influence a
vaHt amount of travel. i
The Missouri River valley ,1s one
of the most successful hog sections
of the United States, and corn has aV
ways been the basis of this Industry.
Today one of the most popular Btock
fattenlng foods In the Missouri river
region Is a mixture of alfalfif meal
and vsugar beet pufp. which fs pro
duced In Colorado. Advices recently
received from that state show , that
numerous new mills are being erected,
and certainly the Pacific northwest
should give this Industry every possi
ble encouragement, and this partic
ularly true'ainco the great Interna
tional concerns like Swift jfc Co. and
others have decided to locate upon the
Pacific const, and they are now spend
ing millions of ' dollars . In building
their plants at Portland. A good, re
liablf fattening food equal to corn
would make this section of the United
States the evry richest portion of our
greut republic. - . "
The Hood River Appli Growers' as
sociation has Just cUd a contract
for 20,000 boxes of the growing crop,
an.f now has under discussion tho sale
of 150.000 additional boxes. This will
he good news to all-the fruitgrowing
sections of the. northwest.
Tin: ran itoi nuF.MAx.
With tireless hands he feeds the con!
In the thundering monster's maw.
And hour hy hour he trusts his soul
to tho Ood whom he never saw.
And hour by hour his life depends on
the carp of the other tivin
Who, scanning thv track vhre II
slopes or ltt-mli. keeps vigil n
best he can.
Swiftly the tulles go flitting awny os
the tireless monster speeds. ,
And hravely he labors ns best he may,
Uhitm the fend It needs;
And If dangers rise while lil eyes ar
dim as ho loots in the fiery glare
lie must trust It th skill tlnd the can
of him who watches beside him
He may not sit with his. arms ,t rest
and wutch for the 'Manner slan,
He may only hope that they'd. their
bes who are guarding the line;
Hour by "hour his work Is done and
hour by hour his fnto
Depends on the care ond the call of
' one who may glje him a word loo
Tho hiss of slcnm Is the sweetest song
1 that ever he hears or lnows.
And In every throb as they rush, along
the worth of his tolling shows;
With tlresless hands he feeds the coal
n the thundering monster's maw.
And hour by hour he trusts his soul
to the God. whom he never saw.
8. K. Klser In Chicago Ilecord-Herald.
All Kinds of May
Grain and Feed
A. V. OLIVER
Pnone Main 57
. Jefferson Avenue
-The world always sees something
more practical in painting Va pump
thin In purifying the water down out
of sight. ' -
A LABOR OF LOVE.
Tou never get tired of our delight
ful Ice cream, made from purest In
gredients, It's always of a uniformly
high quality. Absolutely pure. Whole
some and delicious. AH flavors of se
leglng hla efforts at refer mare lnsin
Ing, soothing. Try a plate and well,
no more need be said.
"For sale at .
:aTt. hill. . ,
silvertiiorx a mack.
It Is A' Safe Plan
-. k gTiSTI ;;:A".' ..'
to bank one's money and not to hoard
It where If cat be stolen. Do not keep
much money about your person, oi
In your house or office. Bank It with
us and It will be absolutely secure,
both night "and day. We secure our
customers against loss, and they find
us, courteous and reliable people to
deal with. Our methods of doing bus
iness will be perfectly satisfactory to
The Eastern Oregon
Trust &. Savings
F. M. BTRK1T. President
WM. MILLER, Vice-President
GEO. L. CLEAVER. Cashier.
T. 3. BCROOOIN. Assistant Cashier
JT. 3. HOLMES, Tnuir, '
We I7anf Year .Wants
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0url7ant Ad Column
Your want is placed before a thousand or more want-eeker
every dayCan you afford to spend one cent per word of vcur
want ad whe:t results are the keynotes? ' , . y1
FOR RENT A' furnished house;
moderln; ' close in; 6 rooms, Bath
and pantry. Call at 1405 6th St., Or
'phone Red 1472. . .
FOR RENT One 4-room house, and
one 7-room house, with bath. " Mrs.'
,. 8. C. Zuber.
FOR RENT Eight-room house, sup
plied with ' modern conveniences.
inquire of Mrs, E. T. Richey, cor
ner 8th and O streets.1 V ...
FOR RENT Single 'or double room
for gentleman. 'Furnished and with
v bath in .connection. Apply at this
FOR RENT Six-room house for
rent near flouring mill. Inquire of
Mrs. 3. M. Lilly, near the La Grande
. flouring mill. ,' '
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for
housekeeping. Pleasant . location;
close In. 'Inquire of Mrs. HaUie R.
McDonald,. 1610 Sixth : street, or
'phone to Black 462.
WANTED Two or three 4 or 8-horsc
teams to 'plow. Apply to Dr. Geo.
'O'Connor, at Sommer House.
WANTED Table boarders or room
ers and boarders. 'Phone to Red
POSITION WANTED As bookkeep
er. Will take position requiring all
my time or will accept position re
quiring part time. Apply at this of
fice. WANTED Woman to do family
washing at the residence once a
week! 'Phone to Red 22.
Better TbanSpanklng. .
Spanking does not cure children of
bed-wetting. ' There is a constitution
al cause for this trouble, Mrs. M.
Summers, Box W, Notre Dame. Ind.;
will send free to any mother hr suc
cessful Instructions. Send no money,
but write her today If your children
trouble In . th way. Don't blame
the child, the chances are it can't
help It. This . treatment also cuvs
adultsjrnd aged peopie troubled with
urine difficulties By day or night
... Excelelnt Health Advice.;, '
Mrs.'M. M. Davison of No. S7I Glf
ford Ave., San Jose, Cal., says: "The
worth of Electric Bitters as a general
family remedy." for headache, btllous
ness.and torpor of the liver and bow
els Is so proncunced that 1 "am
prompted to say a word In Its favor,
for the benefit of thosesecklng relief
from such afflictions. There Is mon
health for the dlgerUve organls In i
bottle of Electric Bitters than In an?
other "vmedy I know of." Sold undoi
guarantee at Newlln's drug store. C0e
Stimulation Without Irritation.
In case of stomach and llvr trou
ble the proper treatment Is to stlmu
lote these organs without Irritating
them. Orlno LaxMlve Fruit Syrup
aids digestion and stimulates the llvet
and bowels without Irritating these
orijnn-i like pills or ordinary cathar
tics. It does nt nauseate or gripe
and is mild and o'.eaant to take. A.
T. IIIH, druggist ' . .
All kinds of Cement and
No contract too large or
too small. ;
Sails! dctlon Guaranteed
PHONE BLACK E82
FOR SAT v.
suburban property, -well immM,
PhoneBIack 1532. or see E I
Xamoierer. 2004 Adams avenue.
FOR SALE. "
Twenty-two empty fivi.p.0ii-
cans for sale at this office. Fiv .
each. ' V"U1S
Teem of heavy VOUPD. moll v .
horses. Harness and wagon. inqillrt
at tha Dollar second-hand store, 15
Auaiiis avenue, 1
FOR SALE OR TRADE Will seTT,
- trade for emaller property, six 'root,
, house with. T?ath. store room ana eel
lar; good woodshed; lots 12J fffl
frontage and 110 feet deen: ' TJ
for another house. " Will acceDt u,
tlal payment. ( Inquire at this ottw
FOR SALE Cheap land. InnneT
sugar factory. .
Corvallls, Oregon. 4 1
Offers collegiate courses In Art!
culture, Including Agronomy, Hor
culture. Animal Husbandry. Dai;
Husbandry, etc.; Forestry, Domef 1
Science and Art; Civil, Electrical, Ut-
chanlc.il and ' Mining, Englneerlur,
Commerce; Pharmacy, (
Offers elementary courses in Apt ;
culture, Forestry, Domestic Selena',
and Art, Corrifnerce and Mechanic j
Arts, Including forge work, cabinet '
making steam fitting, plumbing, a ,
chine work, ec.
Strong faculty, modern equipment:,
free tuition; opens September 25. j
Illustrated catalogue with full Into
mation on application to the Rep- j
Arrival and Departore of Trains il
Ia Grande. t
No.. 1,' westbound Portland Special t
arrives 9:25 a. m.; departs, 9:30 a. a
-No. eastbound -passenger, BiH
and express, arrives at 8:45 a. m.; de
parts 6:60 a. m.
No. 2, eastbound Chicago SpecUl
irrlves 8:05 p. m.; departs, 8:10 p. b
No. E, westbound passenger, "
ind express, arrives, 0:55 p. m.;
parts, 10 p. m.
Elgin Branch. - '
Regular , mixed, train leaves It
.Grande at 8 o'clock and returns st I
o'clock p. m. The logglrg . trs
leaves La Grande at 12:30 p. nt. "
returns at 7:45 p. m.
3. 11. KEKNET, Agent
Ta Orvnde, Oregon.
Many pheasants are being IIIpK-1'11
killed around Corvallls. (
Stlllthe cry Is in many Oregon tqw
Wanted Houses to rent.
I LA CRADE 1
3 SCHOOL of MUSIC;
; Studio at 105 Greenwood J
"St. one door south of '
,t PROP. DAY,
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