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FREE EXTRAXCE' AXD LIBERAL
. PRIZES ARRANGED.
First Annual Event of Us Kind Ever
.Heeld West of Dearer.
Portland Or.,. March 3. (Special.)
-Th fat stock show at th?-.Us!ca
Stockyards In North 'Portland 'Mi.' ca
20,' 21 and 22 will b9 the first an
nual exhibition of f's knd hsH w?Bt
t Denver.-.. It l . pu:-,il durational,-
there aeing ro ad'::i::i:on
foe, and the plan is to promote tnv
Interests In livestock. Cattle,' horse,
ebeep and hojs w'.ll.b.
James J. Hill of the G.-eit North
ern, and Judge Pr,;c:t 3. Lov tt of
ths Harriman lines, have lent their
support to the show' and the two
railroad systems will co-operate In
every way to make It a success. Dur
ing the show there will be a sale of
thoroughbred beef cattle and a great
display of draft horses will be one
of the leading features. - A special
rate of one and one-third fares has
b.en granted by the railroads from i
Washington, Oregon, Idaho and also
from Northern California.
Although It costs nothing to enter
bcock, prizes win be liberal, some
amounting to $150 each. These are
offered for cattle, grade and cross
bred single st:rs, swine, s.heej weta
ers and draft horses, and there w;:l
also be a kllline contest. ' I
There will be a students' Judg
ing contest on the afternoon ' of th?
j i.rsi. uay, followed by - lectur. s . on
(livestock topics. On March 21 will
wo juviftuij ui loiiuou iuij oi came.
Judging of steers. Judging of hogs,
judging hogs in pens of five, judg
ing sheep In carloads, Judging shee9p
In pens of five, Judging wethers, sln
On the morning of Nfarch 22 there
will be a sale of fat cattle, and the
awards In the killing contest, fol
lowing, by Judging draft hors?3 n
hnrnfss.. In the afternoon there
will he a cnle of resist r?d cattle.
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WORK DOSE UP IXDIAX CREEK
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Comedr lit ire Tonli,'lit.
A Gentleman from Misslssinnl,"
which Win. A. Brady will offer to the
lufiiue-goers or ia urande at f re
Stf.ward opera house tonight, rr.nrku
I :i new era In the history of the st istt
il lut) UilllUe UljjlMH il Mi til
havhis never received a single ' ad
verse criticism. The nnnnlmnna
I praise of the New Vork, Boston, Chl-
i cago. and, Philadelphia press . burst
jiipon it like a flood and its succ-ss
r with the public was said to be eqini-
. Iy spontaneous and emphatic. "A
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TO I? II T A nnnnnr Mississippi" .appeals
.1 rill W AKUKUDIIi t0 everyne regardless of age, sex or
conamon. its interest Is human
land sympnth.tlc. Its humor cre
mates peals of laughter and Its hesrt
J Interest Is tender. It is aptly termed
Work of March Term Is Comjftea
Early Little, Important. '
With practically no important mat
ters before thenx, th vounty court all
hut copletsd Its task for the Marca
term 'yesterday evening and today
Judge Henry and Commissioner Sel
der ar at Elgin viewing a new road
recently constructed th;re. Bridge
Superintendent Campbell has a;en
building a road up Indian Creek out
from Elgin and it is there the county1
court and commissioner went.
In addition to inspecting t'ae aew
read they wlll view the work on f,
new bridge which Supeintendart
Campbell has also been building this
There was very little out of the rou
tin: at the session Just ended.
PORTLAND AUDITORIUM COM
MITTEE WILL FURTHER IT.
Portland Taxpayers May be Ghen a
- Chance to Tote on Issue
IX TWO MINUTES.
.Suits Cleaned, Press--ed
Hats B'ockcd ... Kid
Cloves Cleaned. La
uieswcrk a specialty
t "the play of the moment." It is a
j tale of here and now. A story of
hlgh-claes citizenship and of what
a man may be in life If he over
comes all obstacles and does right
hecause "rlahfls rteht." Th iu.
1 113 Adams Ave. Phone 735 lal New York comPa"y wm be seen
. - on this occasion.
Eit-ij- and Quickest Wny to Break np
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in tho head or chest, or from acute
catarrh ( try this:
Into , a bowl of .boiling hot water
pour a t-rr)oonful of Hyomei, (pro
nounce it liigh-o-ms) hold your head
over the bowl and cover head and
bowl with towel. Then breathe the
pleasant, penetrating, antiseptic va
por deep Into the lungs, over the Bore,
raw, tender membrane, and most grat
ifying relief will come in a few min
utes. Druggists everywhere will sell a
bottla of Hyomel for 50 cents. Ask for
extra bottle of Hyomel lnhalent.
Don't be stubborn. Don't be preju
diced. There is not a particle of mor
phine, cocaine, or any Injurious or
habit forming drug In Hyomel.
Give it a trial at Newlin's Drug Co's.
risk. They guarantee It. It Is made of
Portland, Or., March 3. (Special.!
Voters of this city probably will
have a chance at the election next
June to express themselves on the
projected $1,000,000 auditorium plan
ned for Portland. It is expected to
draft an ordinance to be presented
to the council asking that the voters
decid - the matter by their ballots,
and if the project' is endorsed. tond3
win be issued by the city and the
uudltorlum will be built.
' The Live Wires have tne matter
In hand r-nd Chairman Cra'g of that
organization will take steps to g t
the rcouircd 3000 signatures to a pe
tition to plire the proposition on the
la'.lot. It Is tel'.evcd the people w!M
ain-ryt the pror.osUior. as. the n ec
for a larjre m:hlic risetlng place s
felt r'y lilt; Thile. It Is a neces
sity ! .; Portend Is to get big conventions.
eucalyptus - :id other grand antlsep
tics. It wil: chase away the misery
of catarrh ( r any affliction of the
nose and tlr.iat in a few minutes.
You. can a trial sample free by
writing BootL'3 Hyomel Co., Buffalo,
N. Y. Feb. 10 March .
The Order c' Railroad Telegrapn-
ers will celebr. .e its twenty-fifth an
niversaiy in Ju.: of this year, ann
has adopted as .i battle cry, "Com
pl.te and thorovrh organization."
Recently thirteen small societies
of gold and silver workers in Shef
filed, England, combined into on:-
trade union, and the pottery worxers
unions in that district have also been
lll. I . JMW?3I
Our Home-Makers, Week
This year we have diclded on a new policy one that will be welcom.
ed by every homemaker In this city. We will announce a week to be devot
id to home furnishings and home snpi-lles. In preparation for that week
we shall draw upon our entire stock lor appealing and attractive talues
as well as include special new purchases for these occasions. No house,
keeper can afford to miss one of these Homemaker weeks. They will be so
replete with labor saving, comfort Inducing and home beautifying items
of Furniture that you will not want to be without many of them. It will
be much to your Interest to very care fully read this advertisement Note
particularly the descriptions and high value and" the very reasonable
prices. Then make this store a personal visit where you can verify every
statement we have made here.
Princess Dresser, Ilk; cut comes In
3 patterns of best French Mirrors.
Reautlful finish, quartered Oak,
Drawers woi k perfectly.
$18.00 vulaj. special $13.50
Same In solid 1-4 Oak and 3 full
$19.0 valus, sperlal at $11.50
In solid fiold n Oak, full base, but
$16.50 value for $13.00
Our first Homemakers week be
gins February 28th and will end
Saturday, March 4th.
is easily man's best gift to woman
in the labor-saving line. . Easily
cleaned, always sanitary, wearefor
years. My price this week only
60c Per Square Yard
Only 6c per square yard
$4.00 solid 1-4 Oak polished, genuine
leather seat like cut.
Special at $3.00 and $3.75
Some chairs 1-4 and Flaked Oak, sad
dle seat, special at $2.75
Also in wax finish $2.75
Go d Kitchen Chairs, each 75, 85, 95c
Quartered oak 6tHiul, like cut. $3.23
value, special. $2. SI".. You cannot of
ford possibly-to mis this Rale of ta
bles. ! .
$14.00 Library -stand $10.50
$11.50 Library Stand $$.:
$10.50 Library Stand $7.75
$8.50 Library Stand $7.00
Directory of the Fraternal Orders
of La Grande, Oregon
i. F. & A. M. La Grande Lode No.
41, A. F. & A. M. holds regulat meet
ings first and third Saturdays at
7:30 p. m. Cordial welcome to all
Masons. L M. IIOYT, W. M.
A. C. WILLIAMS. 8ecretar.
P. O. K La Grande Lodge No. 433
meets each Thursday evening at 8
o'clock in Elk's club, corner of De
pot street and Washington avenue.
Visiting brothers are cordially In
vitaa to attend.
DR.' G. L. BIGGERS, Ex Rul.
HITH McCALL. Rec. Sec.
WOODMEN OF THE. WORLD La
Grande Lodge No. 169 W. O.' W.
. meets every second and fourth Sat
urdays, at K. P. hall. All visiting
D. FITZGERALD, C. C.
J. H. KEENEY. Clerk.
M. W. A.--La Grande Csmp No. 7703
meets evei y Monday m the month at
the I. O. O. F. hall. All visiting
neighbors anj cordially Invited to
I. R. SNOOK, C.
D. E. COX, Clerk.
REBEKAHS Crystal Lodge No. M
meets every Tuesday evening la the
I. O. O. F. hall. AH siting meui-
bers are invited to attend.
MRS. KATIE ARBUCKLE, N. Q.
MISS ANNA ALEXANDER, 8ec
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS Red Qtvta
Lodge No. 27 meet every Monday
night in Castle hall, (old Elk's hall.)
A Pythian welcome to all vislttni
JESS PAUL. C C.
R. L LINCOLN, M. of ft. ft S
O. E. S. Hope Chapter No. 13. O. E.
C. holds stated communications ths
second and fourth Wednesdays of
each month. Visiting members cor-i
MARY A. WARNICK, Sec.
PAULINE EDERLEE, W. M.
WOMEN OF WOODCRAFT Grand
Kcnde Circle No. 47 meets every
first and third Thursday evtulr.
in tbe month at the 1. O. O. F. nail
All visiting members are welcui1!?.
CE1LOE RORINSONV G. M
LIZZIE ELLSWORTH. Clerk '
$2.25 Oak Rockers, special . . .$1.05
Better grades at $1.90, $2.1. $215
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
N. MOLITOR, M. h. Physician and
Surgeon. Corner Adams Ave. and
Depot street. 'Office, Main 68; Resi
dence 69., ' .'
C H. UPTON, Ph. G. M. D. -Physician
and Burgeon. Special attention 10
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. Office
in La Grande National Bank Build
ng. Phones: Oflice Main 2, Resi
dence Main 32.
A. L. RICHARDSON. M. D. .
J. W. LOUGHLIN, M. D.
Drs. Richardson & Loughlin,
Physicians and Surgeons,
Office Hours 9 to H; 2 to 5; 7 to 8.
Phones Office Black 1362; Ind. 353.
Dr. Richardson's Res. Main 65; Ind.
Dr. Loughlin's Res. Main 757; Ind.
Phones Office Main 22; residence,
. C. PRICE, D. M. D. Dentist. Room
23. La Grande National Bank Build
ing. Phone Black 399.
DP. R. L. LINCOLN, DENTIST Flrsi
claBS services given. Office over Lil
ly's Hdw. store, Phone Black-451.
OR. P. A. CHARLTON .Veterinary Sur
geon. Office at Hill's Drug Store
La Grande. Residence phone, Re
701; Office phone, Black 1361; Inde
pendent phone 53; both phones al
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
)EO. W. ZIMMERMAN Osteopath
Physician. Summer Bldg., Rooms 7.
8. 9 and 10. Phoaes: Home 1332.
Pacific, Main 63, Residence phone.
Black 951. Successor to Dr. C. E
OR. H. L. UNDERWOOD and DR
DORA J. UNDERWOOD Office or
er Wright Drug store. Special at
tention paid to diseases and surgery
of the eye.
For all kinds of
31ESSEXGEB AD DELIVERY
Call Tp The
and Delivery Co.
Office In FoKy Building
Phoifls, Main 709 ind.
H. J. KESLER, MAXAGI.R.
COCHRAN COCHRAN Attorneys:
Chas. E. Cochran and Oeo. T. Coch
ran. I Grande National Bank
Bldg., La Grande, Oregon.
T. H. CRAWFORDAttorney at Law
Practices In al lthe courts of the
State and United 8tates. Office In
La Grande Naiiuuaj Bans Bldg., La
D. W. C. NELSON-Mlnlng Engineer.
Baker City, Oregon.
Backache, Rheumatism, Xervousness.
Mean disordered kidneys, Foley Kid
ney Pills have helped your neighbors;
tbey will also help you. Mrs. B. Hill,
Peoria, 111., says: "I have suffered
greatly with my kidneys for years and
have suffered alao with rheumatism.
Have taken several wel known kidney
Pills. These have done me a great deal
of good, rtuin me of tns l8fare
I EUROPEAN PLAN
The rooms are good and
Steam heated only one
block from depot
D. C. Brichoux, Prop.
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That What Thev All Say
It's Good For What Ails You
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