La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959, October 07, 1911, Page PAGE 7, Image 7

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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7, T911.
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PROFESSIONAL PIBECTOBT
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PHTSICUNS AND SUBGEONS K
N. MOLITOR. M. D. Physician and
Surgon. Corner Adams Ave. and
Depot St Phone : fflce. Main 68;
Residence, 69. - : - " '
A. L. RICHARDSON, M. D.
i j. W. LOUGHLIN. M. D. v
Drs. Richardson & Loughlln,
Dktnlolana and Sureeona
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Phones Office Black 1362s Ind. 353.
Office Honre 9 to 11; 2 to 6; 7 to 8.
Dr. Richardson's Res. Main 55; Ind.
312.
Dr. Loughlin's Rs. Main 757; Ind.
1297. '
DR. M. K. HALL-Physlcian and Sur
; geon. Cor. Adams Ave. and Depot
St. Phone, Main 23. ,
C. H. UPTON, Pb. O. M. D. Physician
and Surgeon. Special attention to
Bye, Ear. Nose and Throat. Office
in La Grande National Bank Build
ing. Phones: Office Main 2; Resi
dence Main 32.
DR. H. L. UNDERWOOD Diseases of
th eye a specialty.
DR. DORA J. LNDEWOOD Diseases
fl of women and children. Offio-s:
Adtn.s aenu, cvix W:igit Drug
Co. . ..... ... .
GEO. W. ZIMMERMAN Osteopath
Physician. Sommer Bldg.. Rooms' 7,
" 8. 9 and 10. Phones: Home 1332.
Pacific, Main 63; - Residence, Black
951. Successor to Dr, F. E. Moore.
DR: C. A. SMITH, MECHANO-THER-APIST.
Successfully treats rheu
matism, kidney dis ase, heart dis
ease, weak lung3, constipation, pel
vic disease, catarrh, and diseases of
the nervous system. Consultation'
free. Charges reasonable. Phone:
Black 3351... 1411 Madison Ayenue.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Cochh 1N.A COCHB AN-Attoriiy
Chas. E. Cochran and 0;o. T. Coch
ran. La Grande . National Bank
Building. La, Grande,- Oregon.
T. H. CRAWFOTiD ROBT. S. EAKIN
CRAWFORD & EAKiN-Attojnejri
at law. Practices In alTthe courts
of the state and United StateB. Of
fice In La Grande National Bank
Building. La Grande, Cnregon.
D. W. C. NELSON Mining Engineer,
Baker City. Oregon.
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G. T. DARLAND, CHIROPRACTOR,
not Drugs,, not Surgery, not Ost'
opathy" Consultation free. Room
20, La Grande National Bank Bldg
lng. Phone. Red 3181.
DR. P. A. CHARLTON. Veterinary Sur
geon. Office at Hill's Drug store
La Grande. Residence Phone. Red
. 701; Office Phone, Black 1361; In
dependent Phone 53; Both Phones
at Residence.
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A LITTLE LESSOtt IN
ECONOMY
QUESTION. Suppo&9 you have two men working for you. The first
you pay $1 a day; the second $2, The second man does three tirars as
much work as the first. Which is cheaper fbr you? ; $
ANSWER The second man because he gives you better value for .
your money. ; ' , ,
NOW TAKE LIGHTS. Oil lamps s em cheap when none of the dis
advantages are taken into consideration. But for very little more you
. can have electric 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, elec
tricity furnishes the best and cheapest service. Phone Main 34 for,
', rates. ;
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Eastern Oregon Light &lPower Co.
rjiDDRE party siiLSjjUflf J GE : LADY
DOCTOR HAS WORKED IN TlENNA
-'.;'; ' clinics.
if ope to Spend Some Tim in the East
Before Coming Home. .-.
Dr. and Mrs. F. E. Moore, Jude
Snodgrass and other inembers of th
Moore party ' who. have been touring
the continent, sailed today for New
York after several months sp:nt in
tfc.j trip. While at Vienna, Austria,
from where Dr. Moore writes cards
received today in this city, he got work
in the famous Lorcnz clinics and on
reaching New York he contemplates
doing soma work there before return
ing west.
NOTICE OF STREET IMPROVEMENT
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: No
tice Is 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
dpslenatln Seventh street, as such
district and in pursuance of a resolu
tion adopted by said common council
on th-3 28th day of June, 1911, whereby
said council determined and declared
Its intention to Improve all that por
tion of Seventh street in said improve
ment district as hereinafter described, j
by laying thereon macadam- and ce-
ment curb and gutter, the council will, !
ten days after the service of this noth j
upon me uwiino ui in:
fected and beneifltt.d 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: . i.' V
All that portion of Seventh street
fvoni the. south line of Washington
avenue, to the north line of M avenue.
(A) And the property affected or
bended by said Improvement Is as
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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 eeuneH-wlll-levy a special assess
ment on all the property affected and
benefited by such Improv :ment for the
purpose of paying for such improve
ment. That the estimated cost of such
improvement is the sum of $6,344.50.
j That the council will, on th? 18th day
OI OCtODer, me.i m me tuuuni
cnamber at the hour of 8 o'clock, p. m.
to consider said estimated cost, and
the levy of said assessment, when a
hearing will be granted to any person
f;eling 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. '
10-6-10t
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ORIGINAL ADVANCE MAN WOMAN
HAS EXPERIENCES
W Hfr Compares Her Work With Oth.
ers of ID r School. -
Dealing with his -experiences with
the advance man woman for "Jim, the
Penman," who was in La Grande yes
terday a Tacoma scribe writes enter
tainingly. Eva Sterling was in La
Grande yesterday and those who met
her will appreciate tho following from
the Tacoma newspaper writier:
Out of the thousands of lndustriou
advance agents who ply the country
from end to end during the theatrical
Beaton there are only thr:e female
specimens of the gonus that have ever
been caught, identified and classified
One of hte triad flits ahead of a circus,
one cries in a wilderness of skepticism
of the beauty of a certain chorus and
th; real voice of a prima donna thai
is to follow, and one, Miss Eva Sterl
lng, was in Tacoma yesterday calling
up people and chattinr over the phone
for "all the world as though she were
not cne of th; rarest products of the
professional .field
It has not been so Ion; since a young
woman found herself indicted for ques
tionable conduct if she went to the
th atre unaccompanied. As for trav
eling ahead of a show my goodness!
the dame Grundy's of a generation
back would rise up in their graves
and protest if they knew such things
the world move and &t same tlme
Dja,es little Mis Sterling in the van-
wer;. wntcn omy goes to snow mui
guard of progress a sort of foreran-
ner . new
I met MiBS Sterling yesterday arter-.-
nocn in the Olympus hotel busily en
n tn tha Dlvmnil hotel hllBIlV en-
ga?ed In telling som? person at tin
other end of the phone what a splen
did show "Jim, the Penman" was to
be. When the phone clicked uo sh"
turned to me with a smil3 and I met
w'th cne of the surprises of my life.
She is a living example of the so-called
hpretiral doctrine that a woman's
sphere is the big round glove, and that
20 rattT where se wanders si" ct.
tarry h:r prettlness and hsr neatnesj
ard her nlceness along wlti h-?r.
Misi Sterling has none of that dres-sed-on-the-train
and wonder-whafs-gsing-to-happen-next
air of a woman
who finds hersslf confus d by a'lifj
of perpetual travel and the difficulty
of adjusting heself to an occupation
hot her Errandmother would have
"hought justified a universal cataclysm.
Sh? was smart and fr sn ana weui
sroomed. Her vo'ce was fresh and
rhperv. Her . cheeks were pink with
! pood health and the fun of b.lng In
th midst of things, "it is an uuusu-1
profession for a woman," she assented,
when I finally pinned her down to the
trost salient point In her occupation,
"but it is not at all an Impossible on'."
On of Thrm
"There are three women advance
agents on the road in the Unlt d States
right now and from the success they
are having I shouldn't wonder If the
fie'd would be flooded with them next
work.
"Of cours-, my work isn't really the
nrdlnarv advance work" here she
stopped and tried to change t'ne sub
ject by saying she was never going to
live in the fast again bscause she
thought that all the beauties and bless
ings of prodigal nature had been lav
ished on the western coast and she In
tended to be where she could enjoy
somp, of them.
"Yes, it is a lovsly country what
did you say your work was? No, the
c,iri doe" rot shine a1! te time not
quite. Did I unt'e: stand you to say
vou do not do the ordinary avancc
work? Yes, th; bay is blue! Pon.
tin -s 5''? blie and sometlnres it's not.
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Florence Roberts and Tharlow G, Bergtu In "Jim (he Penman," Coming to.
.( .,, j,e steward, October 19.: , ..rn ,
What did you say your work well, we
ail nrmly believe we have over 100.000.
but tne last census says something less
now see here. Miss Sterling, I want
to know what yous work Is, and I in
tend to stay here until I do." . - ;
Simple bat Effects. ;
And then she told. It is very sim
pleso simple that it seems funny no
one ever thought of it before and it
if very effective, so Miss Sterling says.
She simply goes from town to town
making friends for the company that I
to follow. When she arrives In a city
she gets a list of prominent men and
he calls up their wives by telephone
and has a little heart-to-heart talk
with them about the company she rep
resents. . i
"And it's a splendid plan sptendld,"
she 6aid yesterday. "People. If they
like your voice and find that you talk
like a lady, are pretty sure to know
that the play you represent ia the sort
of a thing th:y can take their daugh
ters to."
Oh. the crafty young woman and.
oh, the craftier manager who lets her
do it. And. oh, the interesting pro
fession she Is opening up for young
women with nice, voices who talk like
ladles.
We pay cash for any Oregon ses
ston laws before 1866. Also want sen
ate Journals 1862 and 1864. Also codes
1851, journal of council, 1851, statutes
1854 and of 1855, and co&i of civil
procedure and general laws 1862, and
archives 1843-1849. Write Geo. A.
Bateson & Co., inc. Portland, Oregon,
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WANTED To rent a small house or a
few rooms furnished or unfurnish
ed. Must be modern and in good
neighborhood. Cooley,at Sllvir
thorns' drug store. 10-6-2t
FOR RENT Furnished front room.
.Modern Phone to Red 61 or call at
i 12Cg geventh gtr
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WANTED $1250 cash will give city
realty valued at $3000. P. O. Box 207
9-30-tt
FOR TRADE First class city property.--Want
70 or 80 acres good' al
falfa land. ' Good chance for a good
trade. Call at Obs:rver office, or
address F. R care Observer. 10-3-tf
FOR SALE Pair fine well bred 1400
lb. young horses. Cash, time or trade
AddIv Klrtley stables. 9-30-tf
FOR SALE Team horses, wagon, har
ness and cow for sale. Phone Black
3622.
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.
9-25-tf
FOR SALE Jersey cow; soon to be
come fresh, one horse wagon and
single harness. Inquire Mrs. Mil
ler, 1206 B avenue. 9-26-tf
LOST Hamilton plain . ca3 gold
watch; has fob I. O. O. F. emblem.
Lost in yards near depot. Return to
baggageroom to W. N. Shade.
10-5-3t-
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FRATERNAL ORDERS OF LA
GRANDE.
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A. F. L A. M. La Grande Lodge No.
41, A. F. A A. M. holds regular meet
ings first and third Saturdays at
7:30 p. m. Cordial welcome to all
Masons. L." M. HOYT, W. 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
meet every second and fourth Sat
urdays at K. P. ball. All visiting
mebera welcome.
D. FITZGERALD, C. C '
J. H. KEENEY. Clerk.
if. W. A La Grande Camp No. 7703
meets every Monday In the month at
the l. O. O. F. hall. All visiting
neighbors are cordially InvlteJ to
E. E. DANIEL8,
ED. HEATH. Clerk.
1 JEBEKAHS Crystal LodKe No. ft
meets every Tuesday evening in tb
I. O. O. F. hall. All visiting mem
' bers are Invited to attend.
MISS HELEN MCLAUGHLIN. N. G.
MISS ANNA ALEXANDER, Sec
KNIGHTS -OF PYTHIAS Red Cro
Lodge No. 27 meese every Monday
night In Castle hall, (old Elk's hall.)
A Pythian welcome to all vlslUn4
Knights.
JESEPAUL.CC.
R. L. LINCOLN. M. of R. A B.
O. E. 8. Hope Chapter Na IS. O. I
C. bol itated communications th
second nd fourth Wednesdays c
each month. Visiting members coi
dlahy Invited.
CARRIE B HUNTER, W. M.
MARY A-WARNICK, 8c '
Grande Ronde
NURSERIES
(Trade Mark.)
. Foreign and domestic trees,
rosea 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 others please bear
In mind 'that all trees are not
alike. Our main specialty lies
in satisfying a customer and 111-'
ling his ordir with trees of the
most excellent quality. Orders
large or small will receive
prompt and careful attention at
our hands. ;
L W.IIHORNBECH CO.
; Grands ositalfeV-''House
':v ,. -'La a3ind(V'-; - V.
Ml I II Mil jl.H.ljJS.
) M H M H ! M 4 4 f 4
X As Sweet and Clear as I
Honey.
r To be used in preparaj,ei
j tion ot puddings and i
I gingerbread. ( andiei?
t made froni it, are pure
and deKcious. ' i i
Two Kinds.
strained honey, delicate
t KARO(p:xtra . nuali-
I tv) Red Label. Clear as 1
X strained honey delicate I
X flavor.
X KARO Golden brown.
I Blue . Label. Full rich I
flavor.
For Sale by
IPattison Bros.
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KarbSyrup
The Gossard corsets. They lace In
front, without belts, buckles, band,
straps or other contrivances. ' They
are. cut exactly like a surgical band
age. - They gently support the organs,
impel correct poise, deep - breathing,
correal position, both sitting and
standing, and have beautiful artistic
lines. -
MltS. ROBT. PATTISON,
Phone Black 1481, , i Corse tie re
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fOt OUGHT TO KNOW
. this shop, and Its ability to serve
yon best. Oar one stronjMt
- desire Is to tarn oat the bet
CXEAXINO AND PRESSING
' and to price onr services to
; meet yonr satisfaction. We !
m. Uevo wo do this.. If your (rar
menti ned onr attention snd
V ' ' them to us and we will do yonr
. t work ' promptly and; ' fuarantee
V ,'not to rnJn the materials. a ,
I2UTE DYEING & it
CLEANING WOJiES
Kaln 64. . - ' H. B. Waggoner
HAHACOH'S
TRU-FRUIT
CHOCOLATES AND
HAR8H1LL0WS
Made Just Right;
NO IMITATION FLAVORS
All Leading Confectioners
Sell Them y
O'CONNELL'S
Cigar Store
Pootdji, Clears, Tobac
co and-. fytrlnks best and
most ei .."Ctirj line of elgars tn
the elrjiUii5jW.r, ' .; i f ;
Obserrfrs Coast League base
ball scores every day there's a
fame.' . ' .y - y .'
Corner Depot and Jefferson St
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inp:
and
John Melville
' '; 1428 Adams An
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