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0. ' L. BIGGERS M. D,' " '
Physician and Surceoh '
- Office Ralston Bld.over J. M. Berry store
Office Phone Black 1321
J . Residence Phone Red 1001
DR. A, L; RICHARDSON '
-: Physicia and Surobon ,
- , Office over Hill's Drug Store.
Office Phone 1362 Residence MainSS
K. MOUTOR M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGED!
Cor. Adam Avenue and Depot St
Office Main 68 Residence Main 68
t. i'j WILLARD SMITH w ? j
PHYSICIAN AND SUROEON
Lewis Building, opposite Sommer House
Office hours. 1 to 4, 7. to 8. p. m.'
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Phone Main 71
; BACON & HALL : ! ,
. PHYSICIANS AND SUROBONS .
Office in Foley BuildingtPhon Main 19
C. T. Bacon rfttHMv. M'm 1ft " ' -
M, K. Hall residence. Main E2
V '? " DR. P. A. CHARLTON
V ' ' VETERINARY. SURGEON '
. Office at Hill's Drugstore, La Qrande Or
. . Residence Phone Red, 701
Office Phone 1361 . Farmer Line 58
CRAWFORD & CRAWFORD
LA ORAKDK OREOOON
Office in Foley Building H.
J. W. KNOWLES
Attorney and Counsellor at Law
- Office In Ralston Building
...La Grande, Oregon.
H. T. Williams A. C. Williams
' WILLIAMS BROS
Office in Ralston Building
La Qrande. ' Oregon
L. A. PICKLER
Civil, Minino, Irrioation Enoineerino
Estimates, Plane, and Specifl
' cations. Office in Bohnenkamp
I. iiif'l Building. - . . .
; La Grande, Oreoon
.1 ; Dentists
. , REAV1S BROS
' Office Sommer Building
Office Black 61
Residence 1 171
( C. B. CAUTHORN
dentist ; ';
Office over Hill's Drug Store
La Grande, Oreoon
Taken as directed, it becomes the great-
. . . est curative agent for the relief of suffer
ing humanity ever devised. Such is Hol-
lister's Rocky Mountain Tea or Tablets,
Newlin Druo Co.
; Cured of Consumption In Its Final Staeres:
J. O. R. Hooper, a merchant, of Woodford, Term., writes: " Fifty witnesses'
here, will swear that Dr. King's New Discovery cured Mrs. Mollie Holt of Consump
tion after her family had watched at her bedside for the end, which doctor said
SUREST CURE IN THE WORLD FOR COUGHS AND COLDS!
Price COc and $1.00 GUARANTEED Trial Dottles Free
SOLD AflD RECOMMENDED CY g.
Raits-One cent word, one-half
cent a r4 each,' subsequent inser
iion. Classified ivdtis brine quick re
sclts. Try one) tr day.
FOR RELIABLE ABSrRACTS OF
TITLES go to t he U GraoHe Invest
ment Company ., La .Grand, Ore., in
Foley building. .
REAL ESTATE . LOANS-Any amounts
. on city and country real estate. Loans
closed promptly, as soon as title is ap-
proved. La. Grande Investment Com
FOR RENT Five room house on corner
Depot and Fifth streets, furnished com
plete for housekeeping. For particulars
phone Red 251.
HIDES, PELTS. FURS. JUNK-Highest
price paid for hides pelts, fur and Junk'
Harris corral, one block east of Geddes'
grocery store. Mosk Harris.
WANTED Tie-maker for work onP."&
I. N. Ry. Extension, north of Council,
Idaho. ? Wages 12 cents per tie. In
spection monthly. Good timber. Trans-
" portation furnished over P. & I. N. Ry.
Apply to Lewis Hall, tie contractor,
Weiser, Idaho. , .
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT
. f urnished housekeeping room in suites
, of two, three or four. Phone Black
WANTED Two waiter girls immediately
at the Model restaurant
FOR SALE Two modern cottages in
the residence portion -of Walla Walla.
Inquire of Mrs. Simmons, corner 8th
and N Streets.
FOR RENT Two story house on Wash
ington Ave. Rent only $12.00. In
. quire at La Grande School of Music.
FOR RENT Five room cottage. Inquire
Miss Berger at the Fair.
FOR RENT Five room cottage, inquire
of Mrs. Emma Simmon, Cor. 8th. and
N. Streets. , ' '
FOR RENT Four rooms, two suitable
for light housekeeping. Mrs. W. J.
Snodgrast, Fourth street
LOST 1 gelding and 1 mare, both black.
' 3 year old, branded with half circle
above Ton left thigh. Strayed from
Mitchell pasture near Nibley. Reward
for information orreturn to Mr. Mitchell
at Nibley, or Geo. Lyman, La Grande.
MONEY For loans on city property see
Wm. Grant's agency. Also real estate
and insurance. ,
FOR RENT Pleasantly furnished rooms
suitable for lighthousekeeping. Mrs. E.
C. Moore, 1617 Fourth Street
LOST One bay mare mule, branded E.
D. on left shoulder, four 'year old lost
near the George Childers place last
spring. Reward will be paid for return
of animal or information leading to its
return. ' ' Address Wm Benton
R. F. D, No. 2. La Grande Oregon.
FOR SALE A two acre tract wilh am
. pie water right One acre in fruit four
room house with pantry and cellar
. barn and othr improvements. Cheap
.if sold at once. No agent's commission
paid. Inquire at this office.
FOR SALE Five room new modern
cottage will be sold cheap if sold at
' once. Inquire at this office.
FOR SALE Good singer sewing machine
cheap at M. E. Parsonage.
In every clime its color are unfurled
It fame has spread from sea to sea;
Be not surprised if in the other world.
You hear of Rocky Mountain Tea.
Newlin Druo Co.
TO ALL DISEASES
J ffi. WM
J. G. Stevens has returned home after
Spending the winter in Portland.
Mr. James Sills has gone to Wallowa
to be at the bedside of her father, Oliver
Barnes, who is seriously ill.
" Burt DeVore who has been ill for some
time has been taken to Hot, Lake for
. Miss Hattie Eckersley finished a sue
cessful term of school near Elgin last
week, and has returned home. She will
commence a spring term in the Shanghai
district adjoining Cove Monday.
The Sugar company ha obtained quite
a number of place in Cove for beet
raising, among other being Dunham
Wright's big farm. here. Several sales
are also pending to this company, '
What has become of that railroad we
have heard so much of this winter? W
Cove people are getting anxious ' to be
riding across the valley on the cushioned
seats of a palace car. However, the
slatted seats of a trolley would do.
Prof. MaXwell, principal of the Elgin
school was on our streets Saturday.
Wm. Frasier has traded his property in
Telocaset and will move out soon.-, Mr.
Lynch, a former Cove resident will go to
McMinnville to reside. :
Henry Miller has purchased Sam Bell's
property in upper Cove. Mr. Bell : and
fumilv will mn f H!"h "'
The meetings at the M. E. church still
continue with unabated interest.
- Now is the time to do your fencing,
you need fencepotts, we have them' for
sale. Our post were cut from green fur
and tamarack trees and are thoroughly
dry. We have about 5000 of them which
we must dispose of this spring. We will
exchange them for live stock, hay, grain,
Bgs. potatoes or other produce.
Leave orders at The Golden Rule or at
No. 1606 Sixth Street Also dry cord
wood for sal in any quantity.
ROOM AND BOARD In private family
in centrally located residence. Mrs. H.
S. Masses, corner 4th and Main Streets.
FOR SALE-Two 10 acre tracts, 7
room houses on each. One in orchard.
Furniture goes with one place. One
tract in Cove, other close In. Also one
; town lot in Cove. ; Inquire Oscar Lund.
LOST A Masonic watch charm, on the
streets between my office and . resi
dence. Reward for return. Dr. N. K.
FOR SALE A few choice young Berk
shir boars and sow, also Italian Bees.
Having purchased the Boss
Meat Market, from , J. Bull
& Gompany, we wish : to
inform . the citizens of La
Grande that we will endeavor
to merrit the patronage which
the Market has enjoyed, and
will appreciate any and all
trade which we should receive.
Our endeavor which at all
times to please our patrons by
rendering the . best possible
service. A trial order is
KR0USE BROS Prop.
Successor to J. Bull and Co.
GRANGE MUTING AT 1MCI.R
On March ad- 1906. thirty three menv
ber of Blue Mountain Orange boarded
the Elgin train and hied iwiv to Imhlir
wher they were met bv W. M Rmnk
and other member of Crystal tirsnra
and escorted to the hall where thev wmn
greeted by a whole hall full of Grangers
and their friends. A very enthusiastic
meeting was held and the following
gram was rendered. While the members
of Crystal Grange were preparing dinner,
the Misses Brooks rendered a very excel
lent duet, and in response to a hearty
encore, gave us another one which was
very highly comolimented and
Recitation... ..........Brook Frietag
Song ....; Rv QniM,
Recitation ." Alice Richardson
Solo .......... .'Mii, Wall.
Instrumental Music . Mr. Euhank.
Recitation ..R0v Enoland
Dinner served, a royal feast
Duet ... ' TRr Mi... RrmU
Grange on Education ...Mr. Mary Fraker
A. R. Hill
Orange in Societ!..
J. W. McAlister
. W. R. Jasper
. ..By Grange
. ... A. P. Davis
Orange in Politic
Son I ' '.'
Grang in Financ...j.
"How should we manage Grange work
Recitation Helen Eubank
Recitation Jr.. Ros Geklr
Select Reading..........; ,,.Katie Cole
Recitation ...Etha Huffman
Select Reading ,J. E. Reynolds
Address S. L Bmnk.
C. D. Hufiman introduced subiact of
a college in Eastern Oregon which was
very enthusiastically received, and. dis
cussed by Hon. Peter McDonald, A. P.
Davi. W. R. Jasper. George Wilder, J.
w. iwcAiister and other.
W. R. Jasper introduced a resolution
opposing the purchase of the Barlow
road across the Cascade Mountains by
the Government at $2,000, which was
adopted.. 1 ' . J.
Th arrival of the ' homeward bound
train brought the meeting to an abrupt
close. " We . all came home feeling that
Crystal Grange had done her self proud,
and many are the good wishes for her
success. . r v .i it.-.. f-.--
At the noon hour, delegates to the
state Granges were elected as follows: '
Delegates-iS. I Brook and wife. Al
ternate p. A. MoDonald and wife.
wmsm items ;
Mr, and Mr. J. A. Murchison made a
business trip to La Grande Wednesday.
The Presbyterian choir will iriva a uro
gram at the Masonic hall on March 10th,
after which they will serve lunch. Every
body is welcome.
Mr. W. J. Hunter was a La Grand.
Mrs. J. Gillissipie. who has been on the
sick list, is slowly recovering. '
Mf. Joe Robinson arrived in Summer
ville from hi horn in Kentucky, Satur
day. - He I going to spend th ummer
with his brother, Mr. P. Robinon. ,'
Miss Bell Meyer arrived home from
Portland Monday, where she ha been on
Miss Mary Jack came in from Imbler
and stayed over Sunday visiting' her
Mr. Chet Lanman is home from Elgi
wher he has been spending the winter. ;
Mr. Charlie and Miss Violat Chatun
made a business trip to La Grande Satur
Mrs. Minnl Wad and Miss Wilms
Rinehart . left . Tuesday for a visit to La
urande. . .
Mr. S. Oleson mad a business visit to
the Cov Tuesdays '
Mr. D. C. Weaver made a business trip
to La Grand Monday, . ,
Mr, Mrs. Sheiks and family returned to
Summerville Monday from a three year's
stay In Kansas. . ,
Rsv. J. W. Oliver or La Grand, was a
cellar In Summerville Wednesday. .
IOWA SCHOOL REPORT :
Report for sixth month ending March 2,
1906: . '
No. days taught...;., .. 19
No. day attendance 706
No. day absence .50
No, pupils enrolled .,.lA59
Average daily attendance .'....87
Per cent of attendance ..; (.....96
Number of pupil present every day, 1 9
aa follows: Isobell Hanny, Hugh Snider
Eva Woodruff. Clara Feik. Lulu Evans.
Helen McDonald. Frank Hanny, Ruth
Woodruff, Maggi Snider, Wanda Em
mons, Parley Feik, Mabel Evan, Archie
Mitchell, Jay Shaw, Philip Hulse. Violet
Hanny. George McDonald, Myrtle Daw,
. Pupil absent but one day: Ernest Vehrs,
Herbert Speckhart, Nellie Monk, Charles
Rudebaugh, Lora Koger, Josi Standley.
Alice Evans, Archie Standley, Florence
Daw, Bessie Rudebaugh, Earl Standley.
Ella Evai.s, Orant Daw.
C S. N. Ayrrs, teacher.
. TABU BOARDERS . :
Mr. Grace Barrie would like six table
boarders at No. 1 808, 4th. St. For par
ticular call up red 881.
. Spring is coming; look over your photo
supplies. What's needed, we can supply.
W have all the latest photo requisite at
right price. Nrwlin Druo. Company.
In a fever q Excitement
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3 t .
Deaf v made to
Hear and the
Lame to Walk
Nothing like it ever teen
in La Grande before
Dr. Ward and staff of the Medical I
stitute of Liverpool, England, and Craw
fordsville, lnd., lectured to a large aud
ience Wednesday night. The doctor are
agreeable and forceful speaker and held
the audience in close attention while they
explained the theory and Usefulness of
their wonderful discoveries.
Many promises were made which
seemed utterly impossible to believe, but
when the doctor invited thos who were
hard of hearing 'to coma forward and be
cured, H. A. Watson. Perry Dehapp and
Peter Larson responded to the call and
war mad to hear a whisper in a few
seconds. -3 5 ..:',.-. , ; .. .
The doctor then called for cripples on
crutches and R. M., Oliver responded.
He has been a great sufferer for five
years from that giant disease, rheuma
tism, and unable to. .walk except, with
sticks and great difficulty and pain. : '
He was operated on with medicine
twenty minutes and walked off the stage
free from pain and stiffness, followed by
the wondering crowd, while the doctor
broke his sticks on the stage. To say the
audience was astonished and wild would
be putting it mildly. The doctors were
warmly congratulated. It seemed like a
dream but it was real. Ministers and
doctors were in the audience, and they
seemed as well pleased as any.
They treat successfully the following
Paralysis. Catarrh, Deafness, Big
Neck. Bladder and Kidney Diseases,
Rheumatism, Scorfula, Loss. of Manly
Vigor, Female Diseases, Bowel Com
plaint, Debility, Dropsy of Heart, Liver
and Nerve Diseases,' Tape Worm, Sore
Legs, all Ear and Eye Diseases, Cancers,
Piles and Fistula cured without cutting
or pain, and all kinds of chronic diseases
, 9 a. m. to 9. p. m.
The treatment is medicine and Osteopa
thy, Will not visit any other town in the
county. All wishing treatment must
com to La Grand. March 17 at 6 p. m.
positively the last day In La Grande.
THERE'S TRUE ;
' J f ENJOYMENT
and refreshment in the teacup
when it contains tea brewed frcni
one or the other of these carefully
'selected brands: Siptorl Ceylon,
English Breakfast Gunpowder,
Spider leg, and Young Hyson. If
ycu like good, pure, delicately .flav
ored teas you'll like ours. ' Our
teas are representative of all our
PHONE MAIN 46 X
, NORTH FIR STRF.RT' .
J. R. OLIVER.
Irarm 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 from, my
office will show th title just as
it appears onthe official record.
). R. OLIVER,
LA GRANDE, OREGON
. Room 81 Sommer Building
LYMAN N & SON,
TRUCK AND TRANSFER.
Best equipment for careful and
and prompt transfer. Piano
moving a specialty. Trial order
solicited. Prompt and careful
service guaranteed. " "
Day phone Min 64
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mgrit pnone Black 60l,i
MAY LIVE 100 YEARS
Tiihances for living a full century are
excellent in the case of Mrs, Jennie Dun
can, of Haynesville, Me., now 70 yeare
old. She writes;. "Electric Bitters cured
ms of Chronio Dyspepsia of 20 years,
standing, and made me feel as well and
strong as a young girl." Electric Bitters
cur Stomach and Liver diseases, Blood
disorders, General Debility and bodily -.
weakness. , Sold on a guarantee at t
Newlin Druo Co.'s drug store. Price only
50. . - "
not these confections because
they're purity personified." The
old idea that all sweets are harm
ful to the teeth, hurtful to th
stomach, was exploded Jon 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 60cts.
SELDER, The Candy
? - - Man