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Does your baking powdeii
: contain alum ? . Loolc jupdit
l thfelabeU Use only a povdsr
5 whos label shows it to 6e
made. with cream of tartan
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f " NOTE Safety lies In' buying
: only the. Royal baking Powder, :
I j wbl&t-is ' theBcst cream s of, tertat :
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0-. L. BIQQERS ' M. D,
Physician and Suroboh '
Offic Ratttoh Bid. j.M.Brry' tor
'!,v "Offic Fhoh Black' lSl ;
''' ' v JtwidaMt Phont Rd. 100 1' .'.S:. I
BR; A. U RICHARDSON '' :
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PHYSICIAN AMD SuROBOR , . '
'' Offic over Hill' Drug .Store.
OHlee Phone J562 Residence Main SB
N. . MOUTOR j. M. D.
'' . .Corf Adams Avenue and Depot St
J. OSMMain4tt RsidncMain 18
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:v, '- .-..;, rriAM AMtt f oaoaoii , r'. i '
i . Li8ldine, opposite Somtoer House
OflWhour. t tox lte 'f. it.:-'. -
BACON i ' HALLi T
VTtlCIAM AMO SUHOBQM V':
$ 1 Offic In !
Foil Buildintr. Phtm Main 19
Bacon-re lideftce,' Main 18 .
M, K,Han risldence, Main $2
"Vlf EftlNAftYv 8URQE0N "
1 ' ; 'yiTERiNAaTr suRakofli.
" 'OffiM ) KIlTe Crag Store, U Grande Or
' ' :' .V'V'.RteKlaiwe. fhona Red. 701;" 'V
Farmer Line 58
ir' CRAWFORD A .CRAWFORP i '
" 4 ORANOB , . . ORBOOOM
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Aniiii..MD.:iC6VMBLE0- at Law
, Office in Ralston Building
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. ' 1 WILLIAMS BROS '
, . ' ATTORMBTSAT-LAW
' V ' Office in Ralston Building
La Oranda. Oregon
l i U A PlCKLER
C Civil, Mwimo, Irrioation Enoinebrino
T ; ;hd Burvbyhw
.' Estimates, Plans, and Specifi
cations. Office in Bohnenkamp
i' i La'Oramob. .- ? ' Orboom
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. REAVIS BROS . . . r
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: Office Sommer Building
Office Black 61. " ' Residenca 1171
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. ' PBMTIST ' ' ... '
; Office over Hill'e Drug Store
Oramde, . Orboom
V ! -MtM. . iifckcfeA. tt ttecaniM the tteab.
( ' est ouraUve agent for the relief of suffer-,
inf htmfcnRy vW devWsd: ' Seen Hoi
,UsUr'.Rocky MounUm Tea or Tablet J
tht new Laxatiyft, i'
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iioiv ' Classified adds bring quick r
cite. Try on today. .
FOR , RELIABLE .ABSTRACTS OF
TITLES goto the La Grand Invest
. ment Company, La Grande, Dre in
REAL ESTATE LOANS Any amounts
on city and country real estate.' Loans
closed promptly, a toon as title i ap
proved. La Oramdi Imvbstmbmt Com
Ipamy. ' '
FOR RENT Five room house on corner
Depot and Fifth streets, furnished com
plete for housekeeping. : For particulars
phone Red 281. - '
HIDES. PELTS. FURS. JUNK-Higmtst
. price paid for hide pelt, fur and Junk
. 'Harris corral on block east of Qeddes
' grocvy ator it Mots Harris.
Rf)R SILK Mm Sehilliir ' niiluv In nu
ohly on yaat, at 4 saorifioK ' Call at
meuioaisi parsonage. '
WANTED Tie-makers for work on P, A
: J. N, Ry. Extension, north of Counoii.
'Idaho,,- Wage 12 cents per tie. . Ih-
spection monthly Qpod timber.' Tram
. portation. furnished . over P. & t. N. Ry.
. .Apply to Lawn Hall, 'tie contractor,
Weiser. Idaho. . .
FOR RENT On aor garden And new
five room hous. . Minnesota land man
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT
Furnished housekeeping rooms In lultes
of "f wo, three or four.. Phone Blafck
601. : '-v - "
WANTED Two waiter girl immediately
at th Model restaurant'
FOR. SALE Two modem cottage in
. th residence portion of Walla Walla,
Inquire of Mr. Simmon. omr 8tb
and N Street.
FOR RENT Two story hous on Wash
ington Av Rntv only $12.00. In
quir at La Grand School of Musio.
FOR RENT Fiv room cottage. Inquire
Miss Berger at the Fair. '
FOR RENT Fiv room cottage, inquire
of Mr. Emm Simmon.. Cor. 8th. and
FOR RENT Four rooms, two suiUbl
for light housekeeping. Mrs. W.- J,
Snodgras. Fourth street
FOR SALE A fsw choice young Berk
shire boar and sow, also Italian Bees.
- William Hall,
LOST-1 gelding and mar, both black.
.. i years old. branded with half oircl
above T on left thigh, Strayed from
Mitchell paeture near Nibley. Reward'
fpy information or return to Mr. Mitchell
' at Nibley, or Oeo. Lyman, La! Orande,
MONEY For loans on city property see
Wm. Grant's agency. Also real estate
" and insurance. 1 "
FQR RENT Pleasantly furnished rooms
suitable for lighthousekeeping. 'Mr. E.
C, Moor I, 1617 Fourth Street
LOST One bay mare mule, branded E.
D. on left shoulder, four year old lost
. near th George Childer ..place last
spring. Reward will b paid for return
1)f animator information leading to its
return. . . Address Wm Benton
R F. D. No. 1 La Grand Oregon.
FOR SALE A two acre tract with am
ple water right On acre in fruit, fwv
! room hous with pantry and cellar
barn and other improvement. Cheap
. if sold at one. No agent' emmliob
paid. Inquire at thi offic.
WANTED Apprentice In 'th millinery
- department, N. K West's ,
taxatiyciniit Syrap. Chronic Constipation.
f OR- SALEM I
Washington. March 7. Judge John H.
Scott, of lb Oregon Oood Roads Asso
ciation and Judge of Marion county,' hat
nv ted Senator FultoA to attend the great
gathering which will mark the govern
ment experimental work m good 'road
building neav Salem tome tim in Ma.
Judge Soott aay thai he tod his fellow
workers ar arranging to run excursion
train to Salem during the period of the
demonstration, and intan&to make of it
gala day, when at many of the people of
th state At can, will b instructed in road
Senator Fulton has expressed hi pur
pos of attending the meeting if congress
aojourns in urn, out is unable to say
definitely now in thi respect. Maiiy
senator and the leaders of the Hnui-.hu-
ty to adjournment will M had even
afller than forecasted few wekt ago
and hop that th ssion will close
about May 1. There is a growing spirit
to shorten the stssion, if th pendinar r
ters can be disposed, of early, and the
Hous ha rushed business so as to be
ab) to terminate this session any tim it
appeared that the Senate could finish.
; .Msm iRMpaDfflis ; ,
(Scripp New Association) -
Topk, .Kn., Mar. 7 Th action of
th railroad entering this state, in decid
ing to disoontmu transporting crude and
refined oil at th. rates aamed in th
maximum freight sets law enacted by -the
etat Lgilatur a rear age, . has caused
consternation among th independent re
finers in this state. Th railroad declare
that th rates named m th law ar dh
criminative and confiscatory, and that
they would lot money thould they trans
port oil at thos figure. ,
.The maximum . freight rat law was
on of four enacted by the Kansas legis
lature during the height of the anti-
5tandaraOir Company creatd a year
ago and ha been the most serviceable of
the four. It Cut th freight rate on il
squarely in twoaadtriabUd the independ
ent producer to find a market for their
ldw grade or fuel oil. It alto enabled th
Independent refiners to market heir pre-
duct on a parity with the Staudard Oil
Company in Kansas. . Both th state re
finery law and th act making oil pip
lines Gommej carriers have already been
declared anaonatitiitionat Th independ
ent producer and refiftert will now make
detemunsd .ffort to obtain from th
tuprtun tourt a, deeiin confirming the
validity of th rat law, Feeling among
Independent producer htr Is stronn. aad
tfisr 1 a prevalent belief that the, $il
Trust influeno I behind th action of
1h railroads. -
' Now it th tim to do your fencing,
you nd fenceposts, we hav them for
Ml, TJur pott were out from green fur
and tamarack tress and ar thoroughly
dry. W.hav aboutfiOOO of thm whith
w mutt dispose of this spring. W will
sxchangs thtm for livt ttock, hay, iin.
eggs, potatoet or other produce. ' :'
Leave order at Th Oolden Rule or at
No. 1606 Sixth Street Alto dry cord-
wood for sal in any quantity. ; '
- J. Anthony ;
LOST Ladies gold watch. Finder leave
am at N. K. West's store and receive
FOR SALE Fiv room new modem
cottage will b told cheap if sold at
one. Inquir at thi offic.
FOR SALE Oood singer sewing machine
-1 ..up n
himh t m. c rarsonage.
Having purchased the Boss
Meat Market from J. Bull
& Company;, we wish .to
inform the citizens of La-
Grande that we will endeavor
to men-it the patronage which
the Market has enjoyed, and
will appreciate any and all
tfade which we should receive.
Our endeavor which at all
times to please our patrons by
rendering the best possible
service. A trial order U
KH0USE BfcOS Prop.
Successor to J. Bull and Co.
itomach and Liver
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, licIrrLLM Op
Scrlppe Newt Association)
Washington, : Q. C... Mardl 7. The
Na Department ha begun to hear from
the commandant of th navy yards, who
have just received the instruotion from
Washington to reduce all expenses in the
way of maintenance and. to discharge
many of the employee to bring the cost of
operation and protection of property with
in the limited amount required by the re
fusal of congress to provide the urgent
deficiency appropriation for the remainder
of the fiscal year. ' '
Rear Admiral Coghlan. commandant of
the Brooklyn Navy Yard,- ay: Th
effect of th reduction af fund seriously
rippls th rvic; th Ulan it insuffi
cient to carry on maintenance work in an
UMilMlb IIMJtlMir.- '
Similar condition ar reported from
other yard and stations everywhere.
From Pensacola it it stated that th
money at the disposal of the yard will net
suffice for the operation f the electric
plant alon for tlx months to say nothing
of doing other work developing upon tttosc
in charge of protecting public property.
In addition it i reported, that the" station
Is left without the means of protection
against ap outbreak of yellow fever in the
spring and summer, and this is a feature
more than merely local ffect..Thrt. it
do way out of th difficulty. Congress
lias mad no provision for meeting the
deficiency, and there t nothing to do' But
outoowB in .xpene and make' the
available- fund g a far a they may.
Whatever cost may rstult from this form
of economy will hav to be born later.
All La "praoda.WomeoShould B In-
, Mreeted in Thi Letter. 7
Mr. q;,W. Btump f Canton. . OhkU
writes: 't wish T could indue every
mother who ha a. weak.- sioUly child to
try -that dflioiou cod Jivr-.prparation,
Vinol. Our llttl daughter wa pal, thin
and tiekly. She had no appetite and no
ambibon.-, ' , , .
rWe tried various jnedicines. but with
out any benefit whatever, and shs could
: oaughtbb or 0. v. vtvue.
not ' take cod liver oil or emulsions,, as
they nauseated her and upset her atom-
'Learning that Vinol contain all th
meiicinal and tt re ngui-or eating proper
tie of cod livtroil. but without th
nauseating and system-clogging oil, we
decided to try it and th results were
marvelous. Sh lod to tak it and it
gav her a hearty appetite, the color re
turned to her cheek and sh is stronger
and m better health than ehe hae been for
year. . :'
"I cannot aay wiough in favor of thi
daliciou sod liver, oil pre pa ration for
weak, puny children." , f
Mr. Newiin, of the NewUn Drug Co.
says: "W have aever sold a medicine In
our ator equal to Vino) for puny children,
weak old people,' sickly women and child
ran. Why don't you try it on evr guar
antee?" ' ' ' NstrUM DRUb Co.
A Crerp'ng petth."
Blood poison creeps up toward the
heart, causing death. J. E. Stearns,
Bell Plain, Minn, write that a friend
dreadfully ; injured his hand, which
swelled up like blood poisoning. Buck-
len't Arnica Salve drew out th poison
healed the wound, and saved hie life.
Best in the world for bums and sores
25c at Newlin's Drug Star. . ,
Spring ie coming; look oyer your photo,
supplies. What's nsdd, w can supply,
W hav all th latest photo .requisites at
right price. Nbwum Druo Company.
. Tilt CUKX WAY. MOM US
If you have a telephone, our stor It
prUy near you. Ever reaiiza how near?
When yu want drug or drug stor goods
Just ring us up and you'd - be surprised
hew quickly your goods will reach you,
War always ready for your arders
No xtra charge deiivery we . like -to
feel that we are accomodating somebody
and keep a messenger boy and a bicycle
so we can.
The number to remember ie Red 8-1.
Nkwlin Druo Co.
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From the Medical Institute of Liverpool
Entrland Crawfontavilla InA p-
and Oregon, will give ' ' " : "
begins at 8 p. m, .
especially invited, .
Rheumatic " ''and " Paralytic'11
Cured on the Stage.
The deaf made to hear in a few seconds
Come on crutches, in invalid chair and
you snail warn as a cnild. tiring your
rear trumpets and lay them down and you
shall hear. Come and hear these high
fclass medical lecture and see th mar
velous cures made in a few minutes and
you will be coevinced that the dream of
the philosopher is being realized.
The ' treatment is ' Osteopathic
Medicine Combined. v
y i ,v? Trorri -The -''
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Seeing is Believing
ARE THESE CURES PERMANENT
' Read and Be Convinced
t mis ie to certify that 1, hav been a
helpless cripple for two and a half years
from that giant disease rheumatism, and.
was in bed part of the timt, and for two
years wa compelled to . walk with
trutchss. Dr. Ward treated me at the
Opera Hous. August 2, 1908, and broke
my crutehed at th Opera House without
them and L continue to - Walk ' and am
feeling fine, have no mora uee for
trutchss. I take pleasure In recom-mending-Dr.
Ward to th public
(Signed) M. T. Carlton. .
' Boiee. Ida.r Aug. 6, 1 90S. tf . '
t To Whom It may ' concern: "I was
treated by Dr. Ward at the Opera House.
Aug. 6, 1906, for deafness.. Hav been
improving eince. 1 now hear aa well vas
I ever did, and ehall ever be grateful to
Dr. Ward for curing me." (Signed) .
- H. M. Coujns.
Bois, Ida., Aug. 6, 1 906. '
1 Voice of th skeptical ar hushed ' for
they must now believe that thi man is 'a
wonder, for they now see what he can
really do, and "what .the eye tee th
baart must believe."
THE DOCTOR WILL STAY IN
LA GRANDE NINE DAYS
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THERE'S TRUE . -I
and refreshment in 'the' teacup
when it contains tea brewed front
on or th othei of these carefully
elected brands: Siptori Ceylon,
English Breakfast Gunpowder
. Spider leg, and Young Hyson. If
, you like good, pure, delicately flav
ord teas you'll like ours. Our
tea r representative of all our
, , ( , PHONE MAIN 46 ?
J. R. OLIVER. 1
UNION CO U NT Y
Farm Loans a Specialty -
Best equipped abstracter in Union:
county, Many years experience--with
the Union county records '
gives me a great- advantage. It;
is folly to purchase real estate
without first securing a proper
abstract' An, abstract fronY" my
office will ehovy the, title just as .
it appears on ."the official record.'''
J. RJ - OLIVER, :
LA GRANDE, ORKO N
' Room 81 Sommer Building J
il LYMAN & SON,: I
TRUCK AND TRANSFER, X '
Best equipment for careful and
and prompt transfer. Piano
moving a epecialty. Trial order
solicited. Prompt and careful
, Day phon Main 64 . ,
Night phone Black 801.
. MAY LIVE KX), YEARS . ;
, Th chance for living a full century are 1
excellent in th cas of Mr. Jenni Dun
can. of Haynesville, M., now 70 year
Old, Sh writes; "Electric Bitters cured
m of Chronio Dyspepsia of 20 year '
standing, and mad me feel as well and
tfrong at a young girl." Electric Bitter
cur Stomach and Liver diseases, Blood
disorders, General Debility and bodily
weakness. Sold on""a guarantee at f
Nbwlim Druo Co.' drug store. Price only ',
60d,. . - ' i
WON'T HUR1 I
: . YOtRlEETH- t ;
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not thsse confections because '
they're purity personified. The ;
old idea that all swsete are harm--'
ful to the leeth, hurtful to the ;
stomach, was exploded long ago, '
for soldiers often live on sugar and ;
gain in strength and endurance. ;
But our candies are not only pure
and wholesome they are delicious
as to flavor. You can get a trial '
pound of chocolates for 60cte. -