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EaCS EVTUJING OBSKUVER,
I HID AY, OCTOBER 6. 191L
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PHYSICIANS AXD STJBGEONS
K. MOLITOR, M. D. Physician and
Surgeon. Corner Adams Ave. and
Depot St. Phones: Office, Main -68;
Residence, 69. .,.'... .
A. L RICHARDSON. M. D.
J. W. LOUGHLIN, M. D.
Drs. Richardson & Loughlin.
physicians and Surgeons
Phones Office Black 1362; Jnd. 353
Office Hour e 9 to 11; 2 to 5; 7 to 8.
Dr. Richardson's Res. Main 65; Ind
312. ' ' ' ''
Dr. Loughlin's Res. Main 757; Ind
1297. ' '
DR. M. K. HALL Physician and Sur-
eeon. Cor. Adams Ave. and Depot
St. Phone, Main 23. . ,
C. H. UPTON, Ph. G. M. D. Pbyslclaa
and Surgeon. Special attention to
V.nr -Non n1 Throat. - Office
in La Grande National Bank Build
jng. Phones: Office Main 2; Kesi
I . dence Mala 32. .
DR. H. T. I'NDERWOOD DVefes of
the eye a specialty. DR. DORA J.
; UNDER Diseases of wom.n and
children. Offices: Adams avenue,
over Wright Drug Co.
GEO. W. ZIMMERMAN Osteopath
: Physician. Sommer Bldg. Rooms 7,
8. 9 and 10. Phones: Home 1332.
; Pacific. Main 63; Residence, B)ach
951. Successor :o Dr. F. E. Moore.
DR. C. A. SMITH, MECHANO-THER
- APIST. " Successfully treats rheu
matism, kidney t Ai ase, teart dls
ease, weak lungs, constipation, pel-
, vie disease, catarrh, and .diseases otj
the nervous system. Consuitatior
free. Charges reasonable. , Phon: :
Black 3351. 1411 Madison Avenue
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ATTORNEYS AT LAW
COCHRAN & COCHRAN Attorney!
Chas. E. Cochran and Gf oT. Coch
ran. La Grande National Bank
Building, La Grande, Oregon.
T, H. CRAWFOKD ROBT. S. EAKIN
CRAWFORD ft EAKIN Attorneys
at law. Practices in all the courts
of the state and United States. Of
fice in La Grande National Bank
Building, La Grande, Oregon. ,
D. W. C. NELSON Mining Engineer,
Baker City, Oregon.
G. T. DARLAND, CHIROPRACTOR,
not Drugs, not Surgery, not Oste
opathy ' Consultation free. Room
20, La Grande National Bank Bldg.
ing. Phone. Red 3181.
DR. P. A. CHARLTON. Veterinary Sui
geo'h. ' jDfflce at Hill's Drug store,
La" Grande. Residence Phone, Red
701; Office Phone, Black 1361; In.
V dependent Phone 53; Both Phones
at Residence. ,
If you knew"oftbe real value of
Chamberlain's Liniment for lame back
soreness of the muscles, sprains and
rheumatic pains, you would '. never
wish to be without it. For sale by
all dealers. eod
QUESTION. Suppoaa you have two men working for you. The first
you pay $1 a day; the second $2. The second man does t,hree times as :
much work as the first. Which is cheaper for you?
ANSWER The second man because he gives you better value for j
your money. . . ,
NOW TAKE LIGHTS. Oil lamps seem cheap when none of the dis-,
advantages are taken into consideration. But for very little more you
can have elsctrlc lamps giving many times the light. Besides they
are clean, odorless, safe and convenient.
When you consider how little more you pay, and how much more
service you get, you cannot but agree that, at our present rates, tlec
trlcity furnishes the best and cheapest sen-Ice. Phone Main 34 for
rates. . s' -''-
Eastern Oregon Light &WPower Co.
NOTICE OF STREET ISTBOYEMENT
'TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: No
tice la hereby given that in pursuance
of a resolution adopted by the com
mon council of the city of La Grande
on the 5th day of August. 1909, creat
ing improvement district No. 5 and
designating Seventh street, as such
district and In pursuance of a resolu
tion adopted by said common council
on tlw 28th day of June, 1911, whereby
said council determined and declared i
its Intention to Improve all that por
tion of Seventh street in said Improve
ment district as hereinafter described,
by laying thereon macadam and ce
ment curb and gutter, the council will,
ten days after the service of this notice
upon the owners of the property af
fected and benefited by such Improve
ment, order that said above described'
improvement be made; that the boun
daries of said district to be so improv
ed are as follows: . '.
All that portion of Seveuth street
from the south line of Washington
avenue, to the north line of M avenue.
(A) And the property affected of
benefited by said Improvement Is as
The east half of block 56, 61, 64 and
99 and the west of blocks 55, 62.
63 and 100, Chaplin's addition to La
Grande, "Oregon. ' ' '
Notice is hereby further giv;n that
the council will levy a special assess
ment on a!l the property affected and
benefited .by such lmprov ment for the
purpose of pay'.ns fcr such Improve
ment. That the estimated cost of such
Improvement Is the sum of $6,344.50.
That the council will, on th-3 18th day
of October, 1911, me t at the council
chamber at the hour of 8 o'clock, p. m.
to consider said estimated cost, and
the levy of said assessment, when
hearing will be granted to any person
f.ellng aggrieved by such assessment.
,., La Grande, Oregon, October 4th, 1911
CITY COUNCIL OF LA GRANDE,
Oregon. , . .-, - : '
By C. M. HUMPHREYS,
Recorder of the City of La Grande,
Oregon. . ' -.
Running up and down stairs, sweep
ing and bending over making beds
will not make a woman healthy or
beautiful. She must get out of doors,
walk a mile or two every day and
take Chamberlain's Tablets to im
irnve her digestion and regulate her
bowels. For sale by all dealers. "
READ for PROFIT
Use for Results f
FOLEY KIDNEY PILLS
They work directly " on the KIDNEYS,
BLADDER and URINARY PASSAGES,
and their beneficial effect is felt from the
Start For BACKACHE, KIDNEY and
CONGESTION cf ti e KIDNEYS, IN
FLAMMATION of the BLADDER and
they exercise permanent benefit.
TONIC IN AOTION - OUICK IN RESULTS
J. A. Maple, 125 S. 7th St.'Steuben
ville, O., says; "For years I suffered
frcm weak kidneys and a severe blad
der trouble I learned of Foley Kid
ney Pills and their wonderful cures so
I began taking them and sure enough
I had as good results as any I heard
about My backache left me and to one
of my business, expressman, that
alone is a great advantage. My kid
neys acted free and normal and that
saved me a lot of misery. It is now a
pleasure to work wher It used ot be a
misery. ' Foley Kidney Pills have cur-
ed me and have my highest praise,
HILL'S DRUG STORE. ,
"JIM, THE PENMAN SMACKS
REAL MORALS. '
TrI-Star Cast Mill Handle SpUndJd
Story In Good Fashion.
To s:e a wholesale, old-fashioned
play revived after the surfeit and
flood tide of plays that leave a nause
ous reeidium, and after plays that
portray merely emotions of corrupt
and luxurious idlers, will be parti
cularly interesting to m2et with a
straight-forward drama, with the vices
and virtues plainly labeled, with a
clearly pointed moral, and a tale
sweetly and naively adorned with hon
est, sentiment, offset by obvious vil-
liany. It would b:. hard to imagine a
cast better adapted to the purpose of
this revival. The name- of Thurlow
Bergen, one of the trl-stars as "Jim,
tha Penman," who fills the eyt as he
fills the ear, very satisfactory; truly
a (fine figure of Raffles on a scale al
ternately crand and mean, but al-l
ways suave, urbane and d bonalre, ex
cept whon overwhelmed and unnerv
ed by the shock of discovery.
Florence' Pobcrts as Mrs. Ralston,
the wife, maintains an' atmosphere !
doom impending. Her asp;ct and de
meanor, more than her words, be
speak the woman "full of pr:sent'
ments," 'whose intuitions , point the
way to-dark suspicion tragically con
The part of Baron Hartfeld, as por
trayed by Theodon Roberts Is very
real. His makeup and gestur:, the
brutal and cynical suggestion of the
cunning eyes, and the mocking laugh
ter, combine In a rare, forceful and i
convinced enactnii?nt of the charact:"!
of the crafty head of this world-wid '
band of criminals. This trl-star com
bination in the revival of this fahio
old-time drama, with an excellent sup
porting' cast and production, will' un
doubtedly he one cf the few r?slly
meritorious treat of the present sea
eon, when it will b: seen at the Stew
ard Oct. 10th.
Gorm WosHntfhonse 65 Years Old.
Pittsburg, Pa., Oct. 6. George
Wegtinghouse. tho celebrated inventor
of the air-brake and of numerous im
portant electrical devices, received the
congratulations of many friends' and
business associates today on th3 occa
sion of his 65th birthday annlversary
Mr. Westinghouse was born in Scho
harie county, New York, in 1846, and
gave evidence of his genius at the ear
ly age of 15 by inventing a practical
Missing Bodies Burned.
Austin, Oct., 6. Although search for
victims of the flood tlisaster will be
prosecuted vigorously it is believed
that many bodies will not be recover
ed as the authorities a rj considering
burning the debris. This, it is said,
will be necessary as the bodies are d
composing and the authorities do not
wlsh;totake chancesof any disease
epidemic. -eWj 'Ti"'." 1-' ). '"'"'v v
A scene from MJIm, Uie Penman," com.
Planning Long Swim.
San Francisco, Oct 6. Walter Pom-
eroy,the well known Olympic club
swimmer here, has announced that he
will attempt to swim from the Golden
Gate to Farallone Island, soon. The
Island are 28 miles to s:a. Pomeroy
believe he can swim the distance in
Tall Ushers Wanted!. .
. Tacoma, Oct. 6. Thirty-five tall
men are. wanted to act as ushers at
President Taft's speech at the armory
here They will wear -Prince Alberts.
Different costumes, however, are pre
scribed for the committeemen who
will climb Mt. Tacoma with the pres
ident. 0 $
I Advertising I
WANTED A girl for general house
work. For particulars phone far-
mers ,97, or write Mrs. R. B. Cun
liffe, Pleasant Valley, Or. 2t.
FOR SALE OR TRADE House and
lot. Inquire 2014 E. Adams ave.
FOR RENT Furnished front room.
Modern Phone to Red 61 or call at
1208 Seventh street.
FOR' RENT Four room furnished
house. $25 per month. 1511 Adams
avenue.. r 10-2-4 1
WANTED $1250 cash will give city
realty valued at $3000. P. O. Box 207
FOR TRADE First class city prop
erty. Want 70 or 80 acres good al
falfa land. Good chance for a good
trade, i Call at Observer office, or
F., R., care Observer. 10-3-tf
J.LIL''FISHER HAS a modern 5
room cottago for rent. Phone Black
3492. vO V' 10-2-6t
FOR -RENT' Furnished room three
blocks from postofflce. All accom
modatlons. Extra cheap if taken at
once. Phone Red 3762. 10-2-6t
FCE. SALE Pair fin well bred 1400
'IS. young 'horaes.lcashTtlniY of trade
Apply Klrtley stables. ; ; -9-30-tf
FOR SALE Team horses, wagon, har
ness and cow for sale. Phone Black
3622.- . ,-'' . '
FOR RENT Light ; housekeeping
rooms. Furnished or unfurnished.
904 Third' street. ' 9-27-tf ;
FOR SALE Corrugated iron building,
suitable for garage. Size,-; 20x20.
Must be sold at once to make room
for brick building. ' Talk fast as
time Is money. See John L. Mars.
FOR SALE Jersey cow, soon to be-1
come fresh, one horse wagon and
single harness.,. Inquire Mrs. Mil- j
ler t"flR R von no . . 9.5fi.tf I
LOST Hamilton plain case gold
watch; has fob I. O. O. F. emblem.
Lost in yards n.eard,epot. Return to
.baggageropm;tp W Ji,. Shade. '
' :10-5-3t-U:.vV -
'""its J I
Inf o Hie Steward October 10.
FRATERNAL ORDERS OF LA
" . .
A. F. & A. M. La Grande Lodge No.
41, A. F. ft A. M. holds regular meet
ings flrst and third Saturdays at
7:30 p. m. Cordial welcome to all
Masons. , L. M. HOYT. V,'. M. '
A. C. WILLIAMS, Secretary.
B. P. O .E. 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
vited to attend.
H. J. RITTER. Ex. Rul -H.
E. COOLIDGE, Rec. Sec.
VOODMEN OF THE WORLD La
Grande Lodge No. 169 W O. W
meets every second and fourth Sat
urdays at K. P. halL All - visiting
mebert welcome. ,
D. FITZGERALD. C. C.
J. H. KEENEY. Clerk.
4. W. A La Grande Camp No. 7703
meets every Monday In the month at
the I. O. O. F. hall. All visiting
neighbors are cordially InvtteJ to
E. E. DANIELS, v
ED. HEATH. Clerk.
I eEBEKAHS Crystal Lodge No. V
meets every Tuesday evening In thi
I. O. O. F. hall. All visiting mem
bers are invited to attend.
. MISS HELEN MCLAUGHLIN, N. G.
MISS ANNA ALEXANDER, Bee '
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS Red Cro
. Lodge No. 27 meeac every Monrta,
night In Castle ball, (old Elk's haU
A Pythian welcome to all visit!
'Knights. . : ;
JESS PAUL, C C
R. L. LINCOLN, M. of R, 8.
O. E. 8. Hope Chapter No. 1$. O. F
C. bol stated communications tb
' second and fourth Wednesdays c
each month. Visiting members cot
diahy Invited. U
CARRIE B HUNTER, W. iH.
MARY A. WARNICK, Sec
, (Trade Mark.) '
Foreign and domestic trees,
roses and shrubs.
We guarantee to give satis
faction. We do not claim our;
price to be lower than the low
est, but claim the quality of the
stock is the highest attainable.
Therefore when comparing our
prices with ottuers please bear
in mind that all trees are not
alike. Our main specialty lies
In satisfying a customer and fil
ling his order with trees of the
most excellent quality. Orders
large or small will receive
prompt and careful attention at
our hands. '
L. WJiORNBECK. &,C0.
i' Grande Rondo Valley House
La Grande.' i4 w.
th?t you drank
at the fair.
We carry In three flavorx, tIzj
SIESTA, a delicate flavor.
HARRINGTON HALL, a medl.
' VALORO, a strong black cof-
4.c OXE POUND.
1 Pattison Bros.
. The Gossard corsets. Tbey lace w
front; without belts, buckles, bands,
straps , or other contrivances. The
are cut exactly like a surgical band
age. They gently support the organs.,
impel correct poise, deep breathing,
correst position, both sitting and
standing, and have beautiful artistic
MRS. ROBT. FATTISOS,
Phone Black 1481 : Corsetler
fOD OUGHT TO IKOW
this Shop, and Its ability to serv
yon best .. Our one stroB?
desire Is to turn out the lH'f
CLEANING AND PRESSING ' !
: and1 to price ear serriecs ta
meet your satisfaction. We l)e-
Ueve we do this. If year gr-;
, ments need sur atteotloa ' Sca
tbem to ns and we will do year
work ' promptly an4 ! puarantee'
not to rain the materials s
EMTE DYEING & ' t
Hata M." ) - H. B, "VTaggner
4 1 4 V
Made lust Right;
NO IMITATION FLAVORS
All Leading Conhdioners
Sell Them ...
, Cigar Store
l , TooU friTiu-as, Cigars, Tobae
co snd ii'tiil brinks best and
most coiifirtvft'llne of cigars- In
the elty;,-"'s' " -
, Observer's Coast League base.'
ball scores every day there's a
Corner Depot and Jefferson SL
, W8 Adams Ave
LA GRANDE, ORE-