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We Want Your Wants
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Our Want Ad Column
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 whe:e result are the keynote?
Portland,- Nov.' 7. (Special.) The
Oregon Society, of the Sons of the
American Revolution offers prizes to
The : pupils of ( the public schools of
the ntute of Oregon, for essays on sub-
tHW "fr1'; tiwMt. -t"4ltH'
Pbysiclan and surgeon.
Office. Lewi Building, over Henry
Cfcrr Undertaking Parlors.
Olflce 'Phone Black 1121. '
Residence 'Phone Red 1001.
J.H. HUBBARD, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
j.Offlce In New Bank Building. Roomi
II. 'Phonei. Residence, Main
II; Office. Main 71.
DR. A. L. RICHARDSON.
Physician and tturgeo.
Office over Hlll'i Drug Store.
Office 'Phone 11(9. Residence Main St
N. MOLITOR. M. D.,
Physician and Surgeon.
Corner Adama Ave. P.ad Depot St.
Office Main If Residence Main II
BACON A HALL.
Phvslclana and Surgeons.
Office I a Grande National Bank
Building. 'Phone Main II.
.ft T. Bacon. Residence,' Main II.
M. K. Hall, Residence, Main 62.
, tTL V. E. MOORE
DR. H. C. P. MOOR
. Osteopathic Physicians. .!
Klrkevllle Graduate Under Founder
Office 8mmer Building.
Phones: Office Main 63; Rea. Main 4
C, II. UPTON, TU. O.. M. D.
Physician and Surgeon. . .
peclal attention given to Eye, Ear,
Nose and Throat
Office In La O-ande National Bunk
- , Building. v f
Phones Offlre, Main I; Residence,
Mjtfn III '
DR. P. A. CHARLTON,
.Office at HI) re Drug Store, La Grand
Residence 'Phone Red 701.
lOffice 'phone Black 1111.
Independent 'Phone St.
Both 'phones at residence. ,
DR. W. H. RILET,
Graduate Ohio State University.
Vaccination, Dentistry and 8urgery
of all klnda. Country calls promptly
"office 114 Adama Avenne.
Phones: Paclfle-43Iack 1101.
Jo make room tor
I we will give until
33 13 per cent off
on all our hand-painted China
25 per cent off
on our stock of Libbey cut Glass
JEU'f LERS AND
Gompleta equipment for resetting and repairing
rubber buggy tires.
LA GRANDE IRON WORKS
D. FITZGERALD. Proprietor
Complete Machine Shops and Foundry
Of'lce over Hill's Drug Store
La Graide ' Oregon.
J. C. PRlK, D. M. D.
33, La Grande National xJan
Building. 'Phone Black 1IIL
TEACHERS OF MUSIC
PROF. E.. PORTER DAT, Principal
lM Grande School of Mualo.
Mrs. Day, assistant School, 105
Greenwood Ave., one door south of
Adams Av. 'Phone Black 1831.
MISS STELLA OLIVER,
Teacher of Piano and Harmony.
Studio at residence of Turner Oliver,
corner Fourth and O avenue.
L. A. PICKLE R.
Civil, Mining, Irrigation Englneeria.
' and Surveying, .
Estimates, plana and specifications
Office In Bohnenkamp Building.
La Grande - - - - ... Orego
C. It. THORNTON.
Architect and Engineer.
Surveying, Civil and Structural Engi
neering., Twenty Tears' Experience.
Office 1107 Adams avenue. 'Phones:
Pacific, Main 1. Home Independent
Chaa. E. Cochran Geo. P. Cocfar.
COCHRAN ft COCHRAN,
Attorneys. . - .; 'i
La Grande National Bank Building
La Grande - -' - : , Orego.
R. H. LLOTD.
Attorney at lw.
Practice In all trie courts of the 3tat
and United States.
Elgin - - - - -.Oregon
C. II. CRAWFORD,
Attorney at Law.
Practices In all the courts of the State
and United States.
Office In La Grande National Bank
Building, La Grande, Oregon.
MRS. GRACE McALISTBR.
Teacher and Manager.
Telephone Farmers 1171.
our holiday Goods,
. Prl.ts of Ht'O and 110 will be award
ed for the flint and second bent es
says written by high school pupil on
either one of the following subjects:
,1. Foreign Aid In the Revolution
2, WaHhlngton's Greatness; In
What Did It Consist? ' .
prizes of 120, 10 and three of 15
oarh will be awarded for the . first,
second, third. ' fourth and fifth bestj
enxays, respectively, written by grade i
pupils on any one of the following,
subjects: , . ' .
1. The Causes of the Revolution j
ary War. .,.
2. 'Ihe Battle of Saratoga.
3. The Navy in the Revolutlonirv
4. the Battle of Bunker Hill. ,
The essays Hre limited to 3000 worls
each, miiBt be wrl'n In the utudent'i
M W n .1 ...hUIh - ..n ...in lM& rttlll' ' I '
OVIl JTWHU 1 II 111 1 -H "lit- .".' " " iJ
the paper, and uct mpanle 1 by a ceir
tlflcate from (ho writer's teach.-r,
stating that thj wilter Is a pupil In a
designated clais, .'nd thai the teacher
believes the wa; t-; W the pupil'
own unaided work.
The essays must be slgnf tl by thi.
writer, giving also his or her post'if
rice iiddro!"". -.They Hh-ould be for
warded to li. A. Thaxter, chairman of
committee, 443 Eleventh street, Port
land, Oregon, and should reach their
destination not later than January 31,
In awarding these prizes the com
mittee will bo governed by connldera
tlons of: ?
2. Accuracy of statement.
3. Manner of trentment.
4. Orthography, syntax ad punc
tuation., ,1 , '
5. Neatness and legibility;;
These prizes aro offered to encour
age love of pur country and the study
of Its hUtory.
On the last page of this leaflet will
be found a list of books that will be
helpful to students In collecting ma
terial for their essays.
Any additional Information which
may be desired will be cheerfully fur
nished on application to the chairman
of the committee. -
AI.DRIC1I IS SIXTY -SEVEN.
Republican "Ross" of Senate is Near
Ins End of Career.
Providence, R. I., Nov. 6. Nelson
Wllmarth Aldrlch. senator from Rhode
Iniuiiu, n mi repuuueun "boss" of the
upper house of the national legisla;
ture, Is today receiving the congratu
lations of friends on his 67th birth
day. The senator took advantage of
the occasion to reiterate his intentior
f V,i iTr'Jii lAiml iii r-Tr"
I had the most debilitating cocgh a moxvA i ever afflicted with, and my friends expected that
when I left my bed it would surely be ior tny f r t -c Oar doctor pronounced my case incurable,
but thanks be to God, four bottles of Dt. Slnp' Kv Discovery cured me so completely that I am
all sound and well MRS. EVA UNCAPHKI-:, GDvertown, Ind.
. PriGi 50b 4 SLOO. ABSOLUTELY aUARAHTEEP? Trial Bjittie Fred
NEWLIN DRUG COMPANY
of retiring from public life when his
term erplres, March 8, 1111. .He will
then be 70 years of age, and he de
clares that the weight of advancing
years U responsible for hria determin
ation to step off the stage.
Af a matter of fact, Senator Aldrieh
I pit paring to give up his position be
cause congrem Is becoming more mid
more non-pnrthnn. Each session It
becomes more difficult to control and
whip Into line the unwieldy republi
can majority of the senate.
In recent years there has been a
great influx of young men. and theee
own ambitions. Aldrlrh realizes that
his poweii as the great and only tacti
cal leader -of the senate Is waning.
Senator Aldrlch was born In Fos
ter. R. I.. November , 1841, and af
ter receiving an academic education,
engaged in mercantile pursuits. He
became a member of the Rhode Is
land leglnlature In 1875 and Its
speaker In the following year. He
was elected to congress for the terms
of 1871-1883, but resigned to take hi
seat In the senate, where he has since
been prominent and of late years the
admitted leader. He is the father-in-law
of John D. Rockefeller, Jr.-, son
of the head of the oil trust, and this
family connection has often led to
charges that he has unduly favored
the Standard Oil company and other
Sure Cure tor Asthma. .
We guarantee to cure asthma
bronchitis and catarrh. If ous medl
Cure Co., 333-334-336 Arcade Build
clno falls we will cheerfully refund ai
money paid. Write Arnold's Asihnv
Ing, Seattle, Wash., or for next 30
days'. Morrla W. Knight. C6ve, Ore
ili you have for dinner today? You
may answer this question satisfactori
ly by dining at
THE MODEL RESTAURANT
The Old Standby.
Our cooking la a paragon of per
fection, our food faultless, and our
service rapid and courteous. What
more can we say, except that our
prices are popular? , We give a regu
lar dinner for 25 cents.
Come and try it. You will not need
the sense of hunger to enjoy It. . '
The Model Restaurant
J. A. ARBUCKLE, Prop.
Open Day wSe11 WeekU.;n
And iNlght Meal Ticket for , ,WU
E. E. Francis, professional piano
tuner .here a few days. Orders re
ceived at Smith's rooming house.
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COUGHS AMD COLDS
601J 1 CUAJ?NTEED BY
FOR RENT Brick building. 20x50, on
Elm street Inquire of A. C. Hunt
FOR RKNT Office rooms; steam
heat. Apply to Geo. Good, proprie
tor of ihe Foley house.
FOR RENT Five-room house, 1114
Adams avc; four blocks from Fir
St. IS ier month. r 'Phone Black
i662. " .
.:'' : ' Special.
For sale ,a tract of land totaling S60
acre. One hundred acrca under cult!
tlvation. A 11000 restaurant and oth
er good Improvements; spring water
enough for house and . barns; creek,
across one 40 all for $5000 cash. Lo
cated six miles from town on R, F. D.
Figure It out for yourself Write to
Indian Valley Realty company, Elgin,
the firm that stands for a squar deal.
WHY NOT TRT
Gives prompt and positive relief In
j evry case. Sold by druggists, Price
$1.00. Trial package by mail 10
Williams Mfg. Co., Props.
For sale by
A. T. HILL, Druggist
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- 'Phone and we will do
your wood sawing very
promptly, and at prices
; you can afford to pay. We
are always ready.
MATHEWS A GLASS, v
'Phone, Black 1561. ..
.Tuesday, November 2, black ' male
hunting dog (pointer) white breast;
carrying black ... leather collar with
large ring. Finder please notify E.
Sebbelov. . Both 'phones. . 4-3t
FOUND RoBary at Coliseum rink.
Owner call at this office, identify
and pay cost of advertising.
' Xn case of scomach and iver trou
ble tho proper treatment is to stimu
late these organs without irritating
them. Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup
aius digestion end stimulates the liver
anfl boweln wlt'AOut irritating thes
organs Ilka pills or ordinary cathar
tic. , It does not nauseate or grip
and is mild and pieant to take. - A.
T. Hill, druggie '
i ii in in .i..i,. ! urn in urom Mm1 iiih .. mm urn,, i ftnaiiWlV U ifeSl"ti 3
FOR SALE Two to four acre 0J
suburban property, well Improved
PhoneDlock 1532, or E. W,.
Kammerer, 2004 Adams avenue.
FOR SALE Cheap land. Inquire at
n gar factory. ; '. ' i
FOR SALE Two milch cows, out I
fresh, Jersey calf 3 days old; other!
Durham, giving 2 gallons. Inqulr i
of Mrs. Chllders, Island City,
Thoroughbred white Leghorn, afngf ;
tomb cocks. All pure breeding stock,
Inquire of F.'B. Houston, Box 41, L
Grande, Ore. ' . .
FOR .SALE OR' TRADE Will sell o i
exchange for good team, a fine
Coach stallion, age 7 years; wc-tghi 1
1600 pounds. Can be seen at Klrt
ley barn. La Grande.' M. J. Selby. ,
FOR SALE SmaU hduse and a HOi
130-foof. lot. Buy from owner and
save commlBsioner's fee. Inquire of
J. Bachant, Cherry street. .
Fok SALE Four good fresh milch
cows, Inquire Of Blue Mountain
Creamery, Union, Oregon..
Cabhftge . for Kraut. 'Phone your
orders now. 'Phone red 1702.
. . Lund for Sale.
40 acres of fruit, garden or alfalfa
land for sale cheap if taken soon. C.
D. Huffman, R. F. D. 2, La Grande.
Corvallls, Oregon. .
Offers collegiate courses In Agri
culture, including-Agronomy, Horti
culture, Animal Husbandry, Dairy
Husbandry,' etc.; Forestryr Domes lie
Science and Art; Civil, Electrical, Me
chanlcal and Mining Engineering;
Commerce; Pharmacy. :
Offer elementary coursea in Agri
culture, Forestry, Domestic Science
and Art, Commerce and Mechanio
Arts, including forge work, cabinet
making, steam fitting, plumbing, ma
chine work, eta
Strong faculty, modern equipment;
free tuition; opens September 25.
Illustrated catalogue with full infor
mation on application to the Regis
trar, free, d&wl-ltt
win umm VAtma.
Arrival and Departure of Trains al
La Grande. '
No. 4, westbound Portland Special
arrives 9:25 a. m.; departs,' 9:30 a. m.
No. 8, eastbound passenger, mall
and express, arrives at 6:45 a. m.; da
parts (-.60 a. m. ,
No. Z, eastbound Chicago Special,
arrives 8:05 p. m.; departs, 8:10 p. n.
No. 6, westbound passenger, . mail
and express, arrives 9:55 v. m.; de
parts, 10 p. m. - , . ' ;
Elgin Branch. -'
Regular mixed train . leaves lM'f
Grande at 8 o'clock and returns at ;
o clock p. m. The logging trala
leaves La Grande at 11:30 p. m. and
returns at 7:45 p. m.
J. n. KEENET, Agent.
La Grande. Oregon.
- Better Than Spanking.
Spanking does not cure children of
bed-wetting. There is a constitution .
al-cause for this trouble. Mrs. M.
Summers, Box V?, Notre Dame, InJ.,
will send free to any mother her sue- .
zsj&tul instructions. Send no mney.
but write her today If your children
trouble In the way. Pon't blame
the child, the chances are It can't
help it Tbia treatment alao cure
adults and aged people troubled with,
urine difficult! y day or aighU
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