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LA GRANDE EVENING OBSERVER,
SATURDAY, MARCH 11, 1911.
For ill kinds of
XESSEXGER ASD DELIYERY
Call Up The
and Delivery Co.
H. J. KESLER, MANAGER.
PHYSICIANS ASD SURGE0SS.
N. MOUTOR. M. t. Physician and
. Surgeon. Corner. Adams Ave. anJ
Depot street. Office. Main 68: Resi
dence 69. " 1
A, L. RICHARDSON, M. D.
J. W. LOUGHLIN, M. D.
Drs. Ktchardson LouguUn.'
Physicians and Surgeons.'
Phones Office Black 1362; Ind. 353.
Office Hours 9 to lis 2 to 6; 7 to 8.
Dr. Richardson's Res. Main 65; Ind.
312,' ' ' ; '-
r H. UPTON. Ph. G M. D. Physician
and surgeon. " Special attention to
Eye; Ear. Nose and Throat. Office
In La Grande National Bank Build
ing. Phones: Office Main z, Kesi
deuce Main 32. .
!EO. W." ZIMMERMAN Osteopath
Physician. Sommer Bldg., Rooms 7,
. 9 and 10. Phoaes: Home 1332,
Pacific, Main 63, Residence phone,
Black 951. Successor to Dr. C. El
II TICKETS III
FIGHTERS LET TP
SPLEEN IS GONE.
Spirited Campaign M ill End Next Mon.
diy at Polls. y
cus This year witnesses a changj,
and while the old scrappers were there
and succeeded in having some men of
their particular liking on the ticket,
the work was accomplished In a har
raonious manner and the men nomi
nated stand as candidates of the citi
zens of Elgin, and not candidates rep
reset In g the church and saloon sides
Th election, which will be neld on
next Monday, will be a spirited affair',
but promises to be free ' from mud
slinging and dirty politics. ;
1423 Adams flve
LA GRANDE, - ORE
The Seven Principal Selling
. . : , .. Folnts
. They lace In front
They support every vital or
gun. v '
They are as comfortable sit-'
ting down as standing.
They are easily adjusted U
In plain sight
They give Me-princess naca
following the most beauwui
line In nature, the spinal curve.
They are filled with ELEC,
TROBONE, unbreakable, nnd
They supply the correct fash
ionable figure for every worn-
an's form. For sale by
Phone Black . 14S1 or Black 81
JR. H. L,. UNDERWOOD and DR.
DORA J. UNDERWOOD Office ov
er Wright Drug store. Special at-.
tention paid to diseases and sunst
of the eye. ,:, ' - ;
Phones Office Main VL esldence,
Main 728. " '' ' '
i. C. PRICE, D. M. D. Dentist. lioom
23, La Grande National Bank Build
Ing. Phone Black 399.
DP. R. L. LINCOLN, DENTIST First
class services given. Office over Lil
ly's Hdw. Btore. Phone Black-451.
:;R. P. A. CHARLTON ..Veterinary Sup
geon. Office at Hill's Drug Store
La Grande. Residence phone, Re(
701; Office phone, Black 1361; Inde
pendent phone 63; both phones si
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
'OCHRAN & COCEBAN-Attorneys:
Chas. E. Cochran and Geo. T. Coch
ran. I Grande National ' Bank
Bldg., La Grande. Oregon.
f. H. CRAWFORD Attorney at Law.
Practices in al lthe courts or the
State and United 8tates. Office in
La Grande Natiuuai Banc Bldg., L
(Elgin Recorder.) . - ";
Thi annual city caucus held In the
city hall Monday evening for the pur'
pose of nominating candidates for the
various city offices to be ailed at the
regular ejection next Monday wa3 well
attended and the most' harmonious
event of like nature held in Elgin dur
ing the past several years. Nearly
200 voters were In attendance, all br
ing thf re with the purpose of nomi
nating men in an open convention and
there was no wrangling between fac
tlons and parties. While there were
men present from all walks of life,
representing many different policies
and views, the caucus was one of har
mony throughout. Mayor. Weather
Bpoon called the house to order and
on motion L. B. Tuttle was elected as
chairman and J. B. Thorson secretary.
The objects of . the convention were
brisfly stated by the chairman after
which the method of choosing candi
date was decided. It was vottd to
place as many names in' nomination as
the voters desired, but in making the
final selection the voters werwuu .u
to vote for only one man for any par
ticular nomination, the two receiving
the highest number of votes to be d -
clared the candidates of the conven
tion. " ' ' . . - " "
Mayor H. H., Weatherspoon and D.
Sommer received tb? highest number
of votes in the contest for mayor and
are candidates for that position. In
the contest for councllmen only seven
names wer? placed in nomination, F.
E. Graham losing out In the vote, as
did C. R. Patten for the nomination of
The result of the caucus left the fol
lowing in n6mlnatlon for the offices
Mayor H. H. W:atherspoon and D.
Sommer. 'V. :- .
Councllmen F. E. Smith. ; J. B.
Thorson, 8 E. Harris, R. C. Mays,
Nelson Hackett, J. C. Shockly.
Recorder L. Denham and Jesse
Crum. ......... ... ... ........
Treasurer R. L. Shoemaker.
Marshal W. E. St. Peters and J. C,
R. L. Shoemaker was unanimously
nominated by acclamation for the of
flee of treasurer. V ,
For the oast several years city con
ventions and elections have been char
acterlzed by bitter fights, resulting
from the church, and saloon contro
versies and differences, and each fac
tion has always had its ticket ready
for adoption before going into the cau-
' Christian Srlence Service. :
Christian Science services are held
each Sunday at'll a. m. at 907 C ave
nue. The subj et for tomorrow is
"SubBtance." ; .
German appendicitis remedy. A. T.
Hill, druggist, states that A SINGLE
DOSE of this simple remedy will re
lieve any bowel or stomach trouble'.'
"Writtei St Yn Caa Uaderstand It"
300 Pictures Every
400 Articles fv
250 Pages montil
Methodist Episcopal Chnrch.
The Sunday school In charge of F.
H. Green meets at 9:45 and ends very
abruptly at 10:50. . -;
Miss Edith Clifford has the charge
of the Junior leaaue which meets at
3:00 and Miss Christine Wheatley
leads the Epworth league session at
6:30. - ' -w-..--
At 11.00 a. m. the pastor preaches
and pt Island Citv In the afternoon
and again at the church in La Grand
at 7:30. : ' i.
A number of new members were re
ceived this week and their residences
will be mad : known to them who in-
riafni . , ', . ....... i'
The Sunday evening services are
growing in attendance, and the young
peoples meetings are wen au.naea
on Wednesday night. -
Our music is steadily improving un
der careful management, and Is ap
preciate.. ... -
J. JLJ. uil,l.iua.n. rasior.
A wonderful storv of the Proomsof this Merhnn.
icsl Age. Instructive, but more fascinating than
any fiction. A masazine for Bankers. Doctori,
Lawyer, Teacher. Karmers, Business Men. Man
ufarturers. Mechanics. Has 1J00.U0O readers erenr
month. Interests everybody. When you see one
you understand why. Ask the man who reads it.
Your newsdesler will show you one; or write the
publishers far free sample copy.
The "Shop Notes" Dept.
things How to make repair, ana ankles for
home and shop, etc.
"Amateur Mechanics" wp;"
i i ... to make mission
furniture, wireless, boats, engines, magic, and all
the things boy loves. '
ft. SO per gear, tintft copla 15 ttntt
ASK YOUR NEWSDEALER Or Address
0. W. C. NE150N Mining Engineer.
Baker C'ty. Oregon.
PAZO OINTMENT Is guaranteed to
cure any case of Itching, Blind, Bleed-
Ing or Protruding Piles in 6 to 14 days
or money refunded. 50c.
Tk niilrbr j eoia w .ratten rid of the
teat the danger from pnennionla and otner
(1 meases. Mr. B. W. 1 uan, oi
w-.oriw V. asva: "I hrruiv oeueve vnam
Hltivilll ' ' T J ----- m ...
berlain's Cough Remedy to be absolutely tne
lettt preparation on tne mantei lor wki.
hnve recommended it to my friends and
tiiev all agree iih me." tor sale by
ed and Repaired,
Hats Blocked .M Kid
Gloves Cleaned. La
dies' work a specialty
P0PwMiC 1118 Adam. Ave. Phone 735
r Central Church of Christ.
"The Dominion of Love" will be the
subject of the morning sermon. "The
Laborer and His condition win De
Via vAnlne thflmc. Bible School at
9:15; church at 11:00 a. m. ana t.ju
p. m.; Junior and Christian Endeavor
at 6:30. The hospitality of the church
is extended, to all. Church located on
the corner of Washington and Depot
street. . ' '' '
From the Middle and Eastern portions
of the United States and Canada to
OREGON, WASHINKTON. AND THE
will prevail DAILY
No order too small
for Quick Delivery
Let us figure on
your large orders
-we can fill them
MARCH 10th to APRIL 10th
Railroad& Navigation Co.
and connections, the
Oregon Short Line, Union Pacific and
v Chicago t Xorthwestern
WENAHA LUMBER CO.
GREENWOOD & MADISON
Home Phone 421. Bell Phone, Main 732
First Fresbvterhin Chnrch, ,
Mnfninz . aubiect. "Callfd to Be
Saints.". Evening subject, "The Whole
Dutv of Man." Sunday school, : 45 a.
m.';'Mr,W. B. Pickens, superintendent.
Christian Endeavor service, 6:30 p. m.
Praver meeting, Thursday, 7.30 p m.:
Brotherhood meeting, Monday, 8 ;00 p
m.r at the Manse. . v i ' ;
Call for Warrants.
Treasurers, call for county, sca'p
hnnntv jinri road warrants, wonce
hereby given that ths . undersigned
treasurer of Union county, Oregon has
funds on hand with which, to pay all
county and scalp bounty warrants
which were endorsed prior to the flrsl
day of FebruaryM911, and all war-
rants Issued on the' road fund prior to
the 11th day of March, 1911.
. No Interest will ba allowed on t'li
above warrants after March 11, 19U
La Grande, Ore., March 11, 1911.
PURE RICH BLOOD
The Xewlln Drn? Co. Sells a Prescrlp-
tion That Means Vigor, YIm,
. ' Vitality.
Because MI-O-NA causes the blood
to get better and more nourishment
It is at all times a valuable tonic. It
putB vlgorf into the muscles,, clears
up the lmprop-rly nourished brain
nri makes stronsr nerves that will
sta&d the severest test.
Men who feel that their vitality Is
slipping away; that the vim and en
ergyt hat they formally put into all
their work is lacking; that ambitious
lmpuls and celever ideas do not
come as they used to are the kind of
rat-n that need MI-O-NA.
Besides belu a txieiless remedy for
indigestion MI-O-NA is a most pro
It you have that blue, discontent
ed feeling through the day and pass
The Colonists fare are westbound ' r stlessni gMs, trying unsuccessfully
to eet a refreshing sleep, taae a
Chicago at ' .
St Loots at . .
Kansas City at
St Paul nt ...
and from other cities correspondingly
Ton can PREPAY Fares
only, but if you have relatilves c?
friends or employees in the east wbcir.
you desire to bring to this state yo'i
can deposit the value of the fare
with your local railroad agent, and an
order for a ticket will be telegraphed
to any address desired.
let the WORLD Know
Of our vost resources and splendid op
. HOME BCILDIJfO
Call on the undersigned for good j
Inptructive "natter to send East or j
Make Your Home More
Pleasant and Comfortable
by calling at the new Paint
and Wall Paper Parlors
1703 1-2 Sixth Street, conducted by
CLOGSTON & WITTER
We do all of our work in a style that is bound
to please painting, paperhanging and tinting.
Our stock is' complete in all lines and we will
take pleasure in showing you our excellent as
sortment. You will find the prices riht. Don't
wait until you are ready to have the work done ,
bufcome in'afid look bur line over. Will be glad
to show you and give you estimates on your
work. - ; -: '; -;'.f ; , '--p. V-'f::P
Remember the number, 1703 1-2 Sixth Street
Home Phone 131, ta Grande, Or,
-MONTANA POOL ROOMS-
CIGARS and TOBACCO
Wetori & Batnett frops., Corner Jefferson andfflepot st.
NECKWEAR of the Latest Handsome BELTS
New PUFF. PINS The Finest CASH BAGS
Elegant RIBBONS Dainty HEAD SCARFS
Tailored TURBANS, Pretty SAILORS in the most
E M WELLMAN & Co;
ronth's treatment of MI-O-NA sto
mach tablets, and bring th; sunshln
Into your life.
MI-O-NA vosts but 50 cents at the
Newlin Drug Co and druggists evcryi
where. Guaranteed to cure Indiges
tion and Immediately relieve all sto
mach misery, or money back.
Feb 21 to M'h 12. ?
That's What They All Say
CARELESS ABOUT .AFPESDI
- . miS IX LA GBADE
Many La Grande people have chron-
glve Wm the address of thoee to whom 1c appendicitis which is carelessly
vou would like to have soch matter trpnted as If it wer ordinary bowe'
General Passenger Agent
or stomach trouble. If you have wind
or gas in the stomach or bowils, sour
stomach or constipation, try simple
buckthorn bark, glycerine, etc., as
pnmnonnded In Adlr-I-ka, the new
It's Good For What Ails You