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EVENING BSEBVER, LA GRANDE, OREGON, TUESDAY, SETTrMEEIl 22, I9CB.
O. L. BIGGERS, M. D
Physician and Surgeon.
Office, . Lewis Building, over Henry
A Carr Undertaking Parlors.
P!es Thone Black 1121.
Residence 'Phone Red 1001.
J. H. HUBBARD, M. D. ,
. ' .Physician and Burgeon.
Offloe in New Bank Building. Rooms
11-11, 'Phone: Residence, Main
II; Office, Main 71.
DR. A. L. RICHARDSON.
Physician and Surgw.
Office over Hill's Drug Store.
Office 'Phone 1169. Residence Main 66
N. MOUTOR. M. D..
Physician and Surgeon.
Corner Adams Ave. and Depot 8U
Office Main 68 :- Residence Main 69
Phvslclans and Surgeons.
Office t. a Grande National Bank
Building. 'Phone Main 1.
C T. Bacon, Residence, Main 18.
M. K. Hall, Residence, Main 62.
OR. V. E. MOORE
DR. H. C. P. MOORS
Klrksvllle Graduates Under Founder
Office Summer Building..
Phones: Office Main 68; Res. Main 64
C. II. UPTON, PH. G., M. D.
Physician nnd Surgeon.
Special attention given, to Eye, Ear,
Nose and Throat.
Office in U O'aude National Bnk
Fhones -Office., Main 25 Residence,
' Main 82.
VETERINARY SURGEONS. "
DR. P. A. CHARLTON, .
. Veierluury Surgeon.
Office at iftll'a Drug Store, La Grandi
Residence 'Phone Red 701.
Office 'Phone Black 1361.
Independent 'Phone 68.
Both 'phones at residence.
DR. W. H. RILEY,
Graduate Ohio State University.
Vaccination, DentlHtry a.nd Surgery
of all kinds. Country calls promptly
Office 1411 Adiimg Avenue.
Phones: Pacific Blnck 1801.
YOUR CHILDREN'S EYES
Should be looked after Now
Not after they have started their Studies and
began to have eye troubles. We'll measure
the eye FREE and tell you If glasses arc need
ed. Bring your children MERE today. Don't
delay. If glasses are needed our price will
be less than half the "other fellows'
CE0. S. BIERNIE, Optician For
SIEGRIST & CO-
J JEVVf LERS AND
Complete equipment for
rubber buggy tires.
: LA GRANDE IRON WORKS
g ' Dk FITZQERALO, Proprietor
2 Complete Machine Shops . and Foundry I
C. B. CAUTHORN,
Office over Hill's Drug Store.
La Grande . ." Oregon.
3. C. PRICE, D. M. D.
' '"' . Dentist.
Room 28, La Grande National Ban
Building. 'Phone Black 199L
La Grande 4,;'' Oregon
TEACHERS OF MUSIC
PROF. B. 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 IX OLIVER.
Teacher of Piano and Harmony.
Studio over J. M. Berry's Store.
L, A. PICKLER. 1
Civil, Bllnlng, Irrigation Engineer!!
Estimates, plans and specifications.
Office In Bohnenkamp Building.
La Grande - - - . - - Orego
C." II. THORNTON.
; Architect and Engineer.
Surveying, Civil and Structural Engl-
rS, neering. '
Twenty Tears' Experience.
Chas. E. Cochran Geo. P. Cocfarai
COCHRAN & COCHRAN,
La Grande National Bank Building.
La Grande - -. -
R. H. LLOYD.
Attorney at Law.
Practice In all the' courts of the Stat
and United States.
' Elgin - - - Oregon
C. 11. t It.UVI OUO,
Attorney nt Law.
Practices in all the courts of the State
nnd United ktate. .
Office in La Grande National Bank
Ilulliiing, La Grande, Oregon.
MRS. GRACE McALISTER.
Teacher and Manager.
Telephone Farmers 1976.
resetting and repairing
At a called meeting of the local W.
C. T. U., held at the home of the local
president, Mrs. C. R. Thornton yester
day afternoon, delegates to the coun
ty convention at Union Wednesday and
Thursday of this week,' were selected.
Those who will represent the local
uion are Mesdames 3. D. Glllllan, Em
ma Simmons, M. R. Stevenson, W. A.
Worstell, Sadie Clark, Joseph Palmer,
C. R. Thornton, Kate McWhlrter, C.
H. Gore and Olive Bolton. Other ar
rangements for proper representation
, The delegates will leave tomorrow
morning, some going by train and
others, by rig. Several others than the
delegates are expected to attend the
big convention. ' - ' ' :
I Complete Program.
In the program published In The
Observer yesterday, some papers were
without authors, due to the fact that
the county president had not yet
made, her selections. . The following
program includes the names of the
missing authors: ,
Wednesday, September 23.
10 a. m. Praise service, led
Roll call, victories.
. 10:45 a. m. Appelntment of com
mittees; credentials, courtesies, publi
cations, membership, plan of work and
resolutions. ' '
11 a. m. Report of corresponding
secretary and treasurer. '
11:30 a. m. Round table. Future
county work. .
J 2 m. Noontide- prayer. Adjourn
1:30 p. m. DovoUonal service, Hel
en "D. Harford.
1:50 p. m.- Minutes of lust annual
convention. ' ; ; , '
2 p. m. Reports of local . unions
and county superintendents.
- 3:15 p. m. Symposium by mem
bers of the legal profession and others
of Union county. Question: "How, In
your opinion, can women, particularly
the W. C. T. U., best aid In the en
forcement of laws relating to the
home?" t ,
3:45 "Systematic and proportion
ate Riving," leader, Ida J. Morton.
4 p. m. Children's hour, Mrs
'Helen D. Harford. V
7:30 p. m. Lecture ,Msr. Helen D.
Music, In charge of Edith Phy.
AUmisHlon freo. Offering taken.
Thursday, September 21.
9:30 a. m. Devotional service.
10 a. m. Study of educational de
partments. Leader, Mrs. Olive Bolton.
10:30 a. m. Elgin W. C. T. V. hour
11 a. m. Presidents'- reports and
. 11:30 a. m. Election of officers.
11M5 a. m. Discussion of state
convention and other plans, Mrs. Hel
en D. Hnrford.
11 m. Noontide prayers. Adjourn
1:30 p. . m. Praise service. Our
declaration of principles. IJlble au
2 p. m. Election of delegates nnd
rct'orumi'ndiitlonH to state convention.
2:30 p. in. Pustors' hour. Sub
ject: "What Have I, u I'nstor. u Hlght
to Expect of the V. T. IT.?" Ten
minute uddivsscs by resldt-nt und vis
3:15 p. m. What has th W. C. T.
U. a right to expect of pastors? Mrs.
Emma Simmons. Ucneral discussion.
3:30 p. m. Keporls of committees.
4 p. m. Adjournment.
7:30 p. m. Address by Mrs. Helen
D. Harford; nutlonal W. (.'. T. U. lec
turer. Music In charge of Nova Gllflllan.
Collection tor county work tuken.
Every one welcome nt all sessions.
Entertainment provided for dele
gates and visitors.
1IU1 Money Iii'MuhIo Box.
Walla Walla. Sept. 31. While gath
ering up the tools and effects of Tom
Keough, who wns burled u week ago
Saturday with money raised among
his friends, Michael Kinney happened
to open an old accordion belonging to
the dweused and found $183 carefully
laid away. The money had evidently
been, saved by thu old miin for burial
purposes, but ho was taken so sud
denly and seriously 111 that he was
unable to tell his friends about It.
If you want a messenger call tip
Mala 84, ,
All Kinds of Hay I
Grain and Feed
A. V. OLIVER
Pnone Main 57
6 . :V
The world always sees something
more practical In painting a pump
thin In purifying the wa.ter down out
TELEPHONE CS '
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 pifre, whole
some and delicious. All flavors of se.
leglng his efforts at refor mare Insln
ing, soothing. Try a plate and well
no more need be said. .
For sale at
A. T. HILL.
SILVERTIIOHX & MACK.
It Is A Safe Plan
to bank one's money and not to hoard
It where It can be stolen. Do not keep
much money about your person,, or
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 dninir k,,-.
Iness will be perfectly satisfactory to
The Eastern Oregon
Trust a Savings
F. M. BTRKIT, President
WM. MILLER, Vice-President.
GEO. L. CLEAVER. Cashier.
T. J. 8CROOGIN. Assistant Cashier.
T. 3. HOLMES, Treuuw.
:' V "
Your want is placed before a thousand or more want-seekers
every day Can you afford to spend one cent per word of your
want ad where result are the keynotes?
FOR RENT -A furnished house;
modorin; close In; 5 rooms. Bath
and pantry. Call at 1405 6th St., or
.'phone Red 1472.
FOR RENT One 4-roona house, and
one 7-room house, with bath. Mrs.
S. C. Zuber. ;. . :; '
: i " ' f
FOR RENT Eight-room house, sup
plied . with modern conveniences.
Inquire of Mrs. E. T. Rlchey, cor
ner 8th and O streets."
FOR RENT -Single or double room
for gentleman. Furnished and with
bath in connection. Apply at this
office. ' 8-2 4tf
FOR RENT Six-room house ; for
rent near flouring mill. Inquire of
Mrs. J. M. Lilly, near the La Grande
flouring mill, ., ,. . .. . . - ..
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for
housekeeping. Pleasant location;
close in. Inquire of Mrs. Hattie R.
McDonald, 1616 Sixth' street, or
. 'phone to Black 462.
FOR RENT The Fred Jacobs house
In Soui La Grande. ' Inquire at La
Grande National bank.
FOR RENT Eight-room house, with
in one block of high school; city
water, electric lights. ' Inquire of
Martin Larson, 908 Third, and J Ave.
FOR .RENT Four-room house, fur
nished complete. Chas. Disqua, at
WANTED- Two- or three 4 'or 8-horse
teams to plow. Apply to Dr. Geo.
O'Connor, at Sommer House.
WANTED Table boarders or room
ers and boarders. 'Phone to Red
1042. ' '
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. 'Phonu to Ited '11 N
Execlelnt Health Advice.
Mrs. M. M. Davison of No. 379 Glf
ford Ave., San Jose, Cal., says: "The
worth of Electric Bitters as a general
family remedy, for headache, bilious
ness and torpor of the liver and bow
els Is so pronounced that I am
prompted to say a word In Its favor, L
for the benefit of those seeking relief
from such afflictions. There Is more
health for the dlger'.lVe organls In a!
bottle of Electric Bitters than in any!
other vmedy I know of." Sold under
guarantee at Newlln's drug store. 0c.
Stlnnilatloa Without Irritation.
In case of exomach and liver trbu-
ble the proper treatment Is to stimu
late these organs without Irritating
them. Orino Laxp.tlve Fruit Syrup
aids digestion and stimulates the liver
and bowels without Irritating theso
organs like pills or ordinary cathar
tics. It does nt nauseate or gripe
and Is mild and pieant to take. A.
T. Hill. drunt
All kinds of Cement and
No contract too large or
Satisfaction . Guaranteed
I PHONE BLACK 682
IM ' : L.
)' FOR SALIC
v. x wo io iour acres of
suburban property, well improved
'PhoneBlack 1532, or see E, V
Kammerer, 2004 Adams avenue '
... FOR SALE. ... . '
Twenty-two 'empty five-gallon oil
cans for sale at this office. Five cents
each. ... ... !
. - For Sale.
Team of heavy young, well broke
horses. Harness and wagon. Inquire
at the Dollar second-hand store, I4ij
FOR SALE OR TRADE Will Bell7r
-" trade for smaller property, six room
house with bath, store room and cel.
lar; good woodshed; lots 129 feet
frontage and 110 feet deep; roon
foranother house. Will accept par
. tlal payment Inouir a -- "
FOR SALE Cheap land. Inquire at
sugar factory." . ,
Offers collegiate courses in Agri
culture, Including Agronomy, Horti
culture, Animal Husbandry, Dairy
Husbandry, etc.; Forestry. Domeslio
Scjence and Art; Civil, Electrical, Me
chanical and Mining Engineering;
Offers elementary courses in Agrt.
culture. Forestry, Domestic Science
and Art, Commerce and Mechanlo
Arts, Including forge work, cabinet
making, steam fitting, plumbing, ma
chine work, etc.
Slrong fa'culty, modern equipment;
free tuition; opens September 25.
Illustrated catalogue with full Infor
mation on application to the Regis
trar, free. - d&w8-ltf
wo Union Pacific
Arrival and Departure of Train a
No. 1, westbounri Portland Special
arrives 9:25 a. m.; departs, 9:30 a. m.
No. 6, eastbound passenger, mall
and express, arrives at 6:45 a. m.; de
parts 6:50 a. m.
No. 2, eastbound Chicago Special
arrives 8:05 p. m.; departs, 8:10 p. m.
'No. 5, westbound passenger, mslb
and express, arrives 9:66 p. m.; d
parts, 10 p. m. ,
Regular mixed train leaves La
Grande at 8 o'clock and returns at t
o'clock p. m. The logging train
leaves La Grande at 12:80 p. m. ao4
returns at 7:48 p. m.
3. n. K EE NET, Agent
Xm Grande, Oregon.
Many pheasants are being illcgnllr
killed around Corvallls. ,
Stlllthe cry Is In many Oregon towns
Wanted Houses to rent.
I LA GRANDE t
SCIIOOLof MUSIC :
Studio at 105 Greenwood t
St. one door south or
PROF. DAY, Principal J