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a. LI BIDDERS m. d. .
Physician and Suroeor
Offic Ralston Bid. over J.M.Brry' tore
Offic Phon Black 1521
. Residence Phon Red 1001 '
DR. A. L. RICHARDSON
'"' PHYSICIAN AMD SoROKON
Offic over HUl'a Drug Store.
Office Phone 1562 , Residence Main 65
- N. MOLITOR M. D.
imVfilCIAM AMD SURQKOM
Cor. Adam Avenue and Depot St
Qffio Main 68" Reticence Main 68
1 - ,
W1LLARD ' SMITH
" . , '.. PHYSICIAN AMD 1UROI0M . . (
lWfe Building, opposit Sommer House
tftM hour. 1 to 4.--J. to B. p. m.
BACON & HALL .
, IWWCMIJS'AND UHOEON
Office in Foley Building, Phone . Main
n-i... M.u. It
M. K. HaU residence. Main 62
. DR. P. A. CHARLTON
...VETERINArV SURGEON '
Cffloe-ftt HUT Drugstore, La Grand Or
' SRjidence Phone Red, 701 . .
OKf fVUSH 561 ' Farmer Line 68
CRAWFORD U CRAWFORD '.
; AtTOSMm-AT-LAV i
AtWAMD ' '" '- ' 4 OKIOOOM
Offlc In Foley Building
J.' W. KNOWLES. .
Attorney and Counsellor - at- La
Offlc in Ralston Building
La Grande, Oregon.''
H. T. Williams . . A. C. Williams
WILLIAMS BROS "
Offlo in Ralston Building
La Grande. Oregon
L A PICKLER
Civil. Mining, Irrjoatiom Emoimebrino
- Estimates, Plan, and Specifi
cation. Offic In Bohnenkamp -Building.
f .afiBiMBc. " .': Orboom
., REAVJS BROS
Offic Sommer Building
Offica Black 61 Rwldene 1 171
C. B. CAUTHORN
' DENTIST '
; Offic over Hill1 Drug Store
La Gbamdb. OREOOM
vour stomach churns and digest the
tfood you eat and if foul, or torpid or out
of order, vour whol system suffer from
blood poison. Hollister's Rocky Mountain
"TV Vmm vntl well. 66 cents. Tea or
Tablste. - SNewum Druo Co.
In every dim its color ar unfurled
It fame ha prad from sea to ea;
Be not surprised if in th other world.
.You hear of Rocky Mountain Tea. .
- ; Newlin Druo Co."
r r ROTKZ ;.
Nntfea Is hereby given that my wife,
Rosalia Johnson, having left my bed and
board without Just provication. that - that
will not b roponsibl for any bills she
rriey contract from this dat.
Dated this eighth day of Feb. 1906. at
Perry, Union county Oregon.
" t A Crerpina Death.
"Blood poison creep up toward the
heart causing death. J. E. SUarn.
Bell Plain. Minn write that a friend
dreadfully Injured hi hand, which
walled up list) blood poisoning. Buck
ten's Arnica. Salve drew out the poison
healed the wound, and saved hi life.
Best in the world far bum and ' sorts
28c at Newlin's Drug Stor.
Mr. Grace Barrie would like six table
boarders at No. 1808. 4th. St, For par
ticular call up red 881.
Spring la coming; look over your photo
uppliea. What needed, we can supply.
W have all th latest photo - requisites at
right pric. NawLin Druo Company.
Classified AdvertlSen lents.
Rat On Sent a word, oc'-hlf a
cent a ord each subseque nt kiser
iion. Cla Mined add brings guick re
sclts. Try one today. t ; .
FOR RELIABLE ABSrRACTS OF
TITLES go to the La Grande Invest
ment Company. La Grande, Ore, to
Foley building. .. s ' ,
REAL ESTATE LOANS Any amounts
on city and country real estate; Loan
dosed promptly, aa soon as title st ap
proved.' La Cram ok Investment COM
PANY. FOR RENT Five nn house on corner
Depot and Fifth streets, furnished com
plete for housekeeping. For particular
phon Red 251.
HIDES. PELTS, FURS. JUNK-Highest
price paid for hides pelts, furs and junk
Harris corral, one block east of Qeddes'
grocery stare.' . MosvHarris.
WANTED-rTie-maker for work on P. &
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 Levis Hall, tie contractor,
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT-
i'umisnea nouseKeeping rooms in suites
of two, three or four. Phone Black
601.' ' -
WANTED Two waiter girls immediately
at the Model restaurant "
FOR SALE Two modern cottages in
th residence portion of Walla Walla.
Inquire of Mrs, Simmon, corner 8th
and N Streets. .v 1
FOR RENT Two story house on Wash-
-ingtoa.Av. Rtnt only $12.00. In
quire at La Grand School of Music.
FOR RENT Five room cottage, inquire
of Mrs. Emma Simmon, Cor, 8th, and
MStreets. " "
MONEY For loans on city property see
t Wm. Grant's agency. Also real estate
' and insuranc. . 1 .
FOR RENTPIasantly fumi&hed rooms
suitable for lighthousskeeping. - Mrs. E.
C. Moore. 1017 Fourth Street
ROOM AND BOARD -In private family
in centrally located residence. Mrs. H
S. Masses, comer 4th and Main Streets.
FOR SALE Two , 10 acre tracts, 7
room house on each. ; One in orchard,
Furniture goes with on glace. One
tract in Cove, other close in. Also one
town lot in Cove.;. Inquire Osoai Lund,
Gov. Oregon. . .....
LOSTA Masonic watch charm, on the
street between my office and resi
dence. Reward for return,' Dr. N. K.
FOR SALE A few choice young Berk-
: shire boars and sow, also Italian Bees.
: William Hall. .
FOR SALE Good singer sewing machine
s cheap at M. E. Parsonage.
FOR SALE A two acre tract with am
ple water, right One acre in fruit four
room house with pantry and cellar
barn and other improvements. Cheap
. if sold at once. No agent's commission
paid. Inquire at this office. ,
FOUND Ladies brooch studded with
diamond found pn th street today.
. Owner can secur th same of H. W.
"Stoner. ' . "
WANTED A woman or girl to do house
work. Enquire of M. Baker.
FOR SALE 8 cr of land for sale,
including 5 room house, adjoining La
Grande Investment Co.
APPRENTICES WANTED Inquire, of
Mrs. J. R. Forrest, the milliner, at one.
FOUND A fob watch chain with Ma
sonic emblem attached. Owner can
secur same by calling at this office.
A FINE JUICY ROAST
rn iltvava be had from us. Our
r.frioerators are always well stocked
with the most delicious
BtEf, LAMB, VEAL,
Poultry. Game, etc You will never be
disaooointed in the flavor or quality of
the meat if you deal with ue.
Rohr & Company
. The following examination in general
information waa given the entire high
school on March 7. Time allowed, one
half day. Number of students examined.
1. Spell. (I) symphony,' (2) suicide,
(3) serenade. (4) memorable (6) visible.
(6) voluntary, (?) stationery. (8) soprano,
(9) apprentice, (10) illegible.
2. A grocer buy 56 bushels and S qta.
of nuts at $3.20 a bushels dry measure,
and sold them at 12 cents a quart, liquid
measure. Dry measure quart has 67 1-6
cu. in., and liquid quart 67 cu. in. Did
he gain or lose and how much? "
t. Who are the following; L Charles
E. Hughes. Edward VIIL Thomas A.
Edison. Joseph Cannon, Elihu Root
4. What noted Chicago merchant has
recently died? . :
6. William Rainey Harper has recently
died. Who was he?
6. What I th estimated distance from
th earth to the moon?
What i the estimated distance from
th earth to th sun?
7. What is th function of a government
8. If you wished to send money through
the mail, by the aid of th post offic de
partment, what would you call for at the
post office? If by the aid of a bank what
would you call for at th bank?
9. A lot is 10 by 14 rode. Find value
at $55 per acre.
10. 1 . What is the ealary of the Vice-
President of the U. S? 2. Of the Presi
dent? . How old must a man be -to be
eligible to the offlo of' President? -4.
Nam on extra allowance to senator etc,
abov salary. 6. What body of men con
trol o Incorporated town or city? -
11. What is meant by th term "ship-
12. Name three important subjects be
fore Congress this session.
1 3. What three life insurance compan
ies have lately been investigated?
14. Name the lawyer prominent,
inquisitor in this investigation. '
10. $320.58, 3 yrs., 6 mo., 13 da., at
7, and $436.46. 2 yrs., 2 mo, 24 da.
at8J. Sum of jntret.
16. ''Voting by proxy.1- Explain the
17, Is the Post Office Department
paying or a losing enterprise to the gov
18. . Name at least three of the lead
ing express companies. .
19. Who or what? Alexander Graham
Bell. Barograph. Elias Howe. Fallieres.
The Culebra Cut
20. Pile of wood 8ftx6ftx6ft4
in. rind vam at 18.00 a cord.
Som of th interesting result of this
lamination are as follows:
61 missed No. 2.
27 of th 75 examined stood above 60
and all other were 60 or below. The
highest grade was 82, lowest S.
Permit me space in your columns
say that in my humble judgment the lec
ture course which we have enjoyed in this
city during the past year has been highly
meritorious and deserving of th liberal
patronage it ha received. It ie not un
usual for a city of this size to support
strong course of entertainments, and for
the eake of th school interests, I should
be glad indeed if th course could be con
tinued next year. It is my understanding
that even a better course ie possible for
next year, and that an opportunity will
be given the people of this city to express
themselves in the matter, in th very
near future. A on interested in the
welfare of the city, and in th develop
ment of one of the moat important insti
tutions, it is my sincere hope that the
privilege of a strong lecture course and
the enjoyment and culture it affords may
be placed within reach of the . people
this city and especially the ' members
the public schools.
J. M. Martin, Supt of Schools.
GOOD APPLES (MAP
We have a limited quantity of good
apple. W want to cloee them out in
the next few days, and are offering them
for sale at 78 f per box. while they last,
Onioon Produce Co.
1 At our open Grange meeting all are
invibtd to attend. ..
As the Grange is absolutely non-part
isan we invite all who desire to attend
and take part in our discussions. -
I have been creditably informed that
Judge Harrison was an honored guest at
our open meeting at Imbler. In justice to
the Judge I will eay he was not at the
Imbler gathering, but if he had been
there he would have received the same
courteous treatment extended to other
candidates that were there. ,
The Grange stands for education, econ
omy in County, State and National af
fair. . ' :
A Government of, fori and by the
whole people. - '
C D. Huffman Master.
ariiiimii i inoiiirv no. 1.
How do you feel my brothers?
Since you have been away.
.Among the great big fellows
Who are pitchers of the hay.
And what do you think my sister
Of what you saw and heard;
The way they said and done it
. And the selection of their words?
The pieces read, the songs they sang.
Were of the very best
And shows th train of thoughts that's
Th farm r of th West
, r ORAMOER NEXT DAY - . '
Once the Grander gay a party,
My I but there was lots to eatr
Sandwiches and chicken ealad, '
; Cakes and every kind of aweet
' ., ''
Must have been a million waiters
Anyhow, I'm sure of eight; ' s' ..
'Cause each time I eaw a new one
. 1 would have him fill my plate.
When they woke me up next morning
Stomach didn't feel just right
And I did'nt want my breakfast
Guess I ate that too, last night, by
NO OlARGI FOR DELIVERY
Never think you ar bothering when
you ask us to deliver drug store goods,
small orders as cheerfully delivered as
large. - :
We have a free delivery service inaug
urated for convenience of Our customers.
It's a prompt service, so when in a hurry
don't hesitate for fear you'll not get your
Your prescription wa will send for and
aeiiver. rnone us, writ us; we re ever
ready with the goods goods of a quality
we us ourselves, too, and we are quite
sure they will suit you. If not, we will
refund your money. .
Newlin Druo Co,
IN LANE COUNTY .
J. H. Aitkin of Huntineton. candidate
for state treasurer, was in the city Wed
nesday looking after hie interest with
reference to his candidacy. - Mr. Aitkin
made this office a pleasant call and im
pressed the political man as a strong and
clean man. Eugene Register. ,
Eminent Doctors Pralsi Hi Ingredients.
We refer to that boon to weak, nnrvons.
suffering women known as Dr. Pierce's
i avoriie rrescripuon.
Dr. John Fyfe one of the Editorial Stall
of The Eclbc-tio Medical Kkvikw says
of Unicorn root (heUmUa iNoioi) which
is one of the ehluf Ingredients of the 'Vi
vorlta Pnwcrlption" :
A remedy hlc h invariably sett es a uter
ine lnvlfforator makes for normal ftc
tlrliif of tlie entire rrprudurtive sjitu m."
He continue "In Urlonlw we have e medica
ment which more fully snawera the atxm.
purpuaea thnn an y oMwr drvfl urllli which I am
aeawUnUd. In the treatment of diauaees pe
collar to women it in seldom that e caw U
seen whlrb doue Dot present some uuiratlo
fur this remedial ejrent." Ir. Kvfa furthei
arai "The followlna are amune the leadliu
rouicaiMms tot ueioniaa umrurn roou. fait
or arhlne in- the back, with ieueorrhu
atonic (weak) coudltUma of the rvpixxluctlvi
orvans of women, mental depreaaion and Ir
liability, aaaoclatud wtib chronic diseaaea u;
the reftroducure oreana of women, conatarr
sensation or neat in me region of the kul
nera: menorrhsyia (duodlnir). due to a wvak
ened condition of the reproductlra sratcia
arm;nori-uoa utuppreaaeu or aineut monuil
period K anaimr from or ac-omoanvlna' a
aiMionnal conditioo of the dieentlve onrau
ana enwmtc i thin ruoodl hahtti dravirui
senaatlona to the extreme lower part of to
' If more or Ivss of the above symptom
are oresent. no Invalid woman can di
bettor than take Dr. Pierce s Kavorlt.
Prescription, one of the leading Ingmll
en til of which Is Unicorn root-or Ucli.tilan.
and the medical properties of which It
most laiiuiuny rpres!nta.
Of Golden Heal root, another prominent
lngTeaient oi "favorite rmaenption,'
Prof. Flulny ElllnRWood, M. D.,oT lien-
Doit Hodicul Collcim, thlcaa-o. says:
"It la an Important remedy In disorders of
tne womb In all catarrhal conditions '
and eeneral enfeeblemenk It Is useful."
Prof. John M. Hcodder, M. D., late of
uncinnatl. save of Uolden Meal root i
"In relation to lie eeneral effecte on the
eystem. fAera if im meiMdne In m aiiut which
tnara it aura gmuml unanimity iipUiUtn. It
la tmtmnally reyarded as th Ionic useful in
ail OMMiiiaiea atatee.-
Prof. Itartholow, M. D.. of Jcfferaoo
Hedlcal Colleae. says of (iolden Heal :
"Valuable In uterine bemoirhsce, mener
rnurle (ikMllne) and coneeatlva dyameuur
rtxea (pamf ul menstruatlxnl.
Dr. Pleroe's Favorite Prescription faith
fully rftprenenU all tne a Dove named in
(rredlenUaml cures thedlaeaaea lor which
Uiey are recoiniuouded.
and your . opportunity will be
gone to see that successful
specialist ' ' ;
The Great American
Whose marvelous cures in our midst have
astonished and gratified everyone during
the past two weeks. If sick don t delay,
delays are dangerous, but go and so this
While you may, he treats all
, kinds of : '' -
Chronic Diseases .
The treatment Is by medicine
and osteopaihy combined
9.m to 9 p. m. ...
Will Remain In La Granda until!
. Satur day , March 17. ,
Closing at 10 p.m.
; fARMERS V. i ;
Now is th time to do your fencing,)
you need fenceposts, we have them -for
sale. Our post were cut from green fur
and tamarack trees and are thoroughly
dry. We have about 6000 of them which
we must dispose of this spring. We wifl
exchange them for live stock, hay, grain,
eggs, potatoes or other produce.
Leave orders at The Golden Rule or at
No. 1606 Sixth Street. Also dry cord
wood for sale in any quantity. :
' '' J. Anthony"
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.
Nbwun Druo Co. .
i ;LYMAN & SON,
, TRUCK AND IRANSFfR
Best equipment for careful and
and prompt transfer. Piano
- moving a specialty. Trial order
.'solicited.' Prompt and careful
' service guaranteed.
Day phone Main 64 .
' Night phone Black 501.
LIGHTNING COLLECTION :
" ' . n,
v H. A. Watson, MflV 4J
All claims placed in our hands
be paid direct to th creditor. , S
. Ourystm gets th money.
Full particular made known upon
S ' application to interested parties.
Oflice up-stair in Ralston building
Z . La Grande, Or. .
i ' HOTKt Of ORADtS
Notice is hereby given that at the next
regular meeting of th City council of La
lrnda Oreson. to be held on the first
Wednesday in April, 1 906, an ordinance
will be presented " establishing grades
from Fourth street to Alder, on Adams
Avenue and on P st 8th and Washington
and all of M st. in said city. Profiles
of the grades can be examined at th of
fic of th City Engineer.
, Dated at La Grande, Or, March 8
1 906. I. R. Snook
. 1. . ' City Recorder
I, i - i r
and refreshment in the teacup
when it contains tea ' brewed front
on or th othei of these carefully
selected brands: Sip tori Ceylon,
English Breakfast ' Gunpowder,
Spider leg, and Young Hyson. . If
you like good, pure, delicately flav
ored teas you'll like ours. Our
teas ar representative of all our
groceries, i "
PHONE MAIN 46
NORTH FIR STREET -
J. R. OLIVER.
Farm Loans a Specialty
. Best equipped abstracter in Union
county. Many years experience
! with the Union county records
gives me a great advantago. It
ie folly to purchase real estate
without first securing a proper
abstract An abstract from my
offic will show th title just as
it appear on Hhe official record.
h R. OLIVER,
LA GRANDE, oil EG JN
Room S 1 Sommer Building
Having'purchased the Boss
Meat Market from J. Bull
& Company, 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 Go. '
YOUR 1 tETH-
not these confections because
they're purity personified. The
old idea that all sweets are harm
ful to the teeth, hurtful to the
stomach, was exploded long ago,
for soldier 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.
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