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Q. L. BIQGERS M. D,
V Physician and Suroeom '
, Office Ralston Bid. over J.M.Berry's store
! Office Phone Black -1521
' " Residence Phone Red 1001
DR. A. L. RICHARDSON
. Physician and Suroeon
.. ' .Office over Hill's Drug Store.
Office Phone 1562 " Residence Main ES
N. MOUTOR M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
4. Cor1 Adams Avenue; and Depot St
Qffice Main 68 Residence Main 68
s ' W1LLARD SMITH
' PHf SltilAll AND SUR0EON .
Lewis Building, opposite Sommer House
Office hour. 1 to 4,. 7. to 8. p. m.
Phone Main 71- , , s.
BACON & HALL
Office in Foley Building, Phone Main
C. T. Bacon residence. Main 18
- ' .;. - I :. m, K. Hall residence. Main 62
DR. P. A. CHARLTON
Offlct atHM'i.Drug Stye, L.(randgt0r
v - Residence Phone Red. 701
Offito f Phone liol VFirmep Line 68
. v ATTORNEYS, i
' j; CRAWFORD.;,
Office in Foley Building ";
. Attorney and Counsellor at:
l ' Office in Ralston Building
La Grand. .Oregon.
H. T. Williams
A. C. Williams
. , P . . ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW
, Office in Ralston Building
. ..i- A. . PICKLER ;
Civil, Minino, Irrioadon ..Enoineerino
..' AND 'SURVEYINO .
, - Estimates,, Plans. and.Specifi- -
' 'caUohs.1 Office m' Bohnonkimpi
r Building. ?.v-
' ' ' ' DENTISTS
. Office Sommer Building
Office Black 61 ' Residence 1171
' C. B. CAUTHORN
Office over Hill's Drug Store
La Grande, Oreoon
MAY UVI 100 YEAR$
The chances for livini; a full century are
excellent in the case of Mrs. Jennie' Dun
can, of Haynesville, Me., now 70 years
old. She writes: "Electric Bitters cured
, me of Chronic Dyspepsia of 20 years
standing, and made me feel as well and
- strnno u m. vnnnir rirl." Electric Bitters
,eur Stomach' and .Liver diseasss.lood,.
disorders. General- Debility '". aW' oodilyjj
- weakness. Sold on a guarantee at
Newliu Druo Co.'s drug store,' Pice only
; . .1 -- - v v .
i: . Better Lumber and Cheaper than b sold In
LaGrandr, We deliver it (o your building
' - N
Cranileonlle MJm Co
r " -
R-On -cent. word, one-half .
"on Classified add. bring quicks
clt- Try one today.
FAD ' !- m
x,1 ABSreACTS OF
wogoiothe La Grande Invest
ment Company. U Grande. Ore. in
Foley building. . ,
REAL ESTATE LOANS Any .mount,
on city and country real estate. Loans
, closed promptly, as soon as title is ap
proved. LaGrandb Investment Com
pany. HIDES. PELTS, FURS. JUNK-Highe.t
price paid for hides pelts, furs and junk
Harris corral, one block east of Geddes
grocery store. , Mose Hanris.
WANTED Tie-maker for work on P. &
I. N. Ry. Extension, north of Council,
Idaho. Wages 12 cent- per tie. In
spection monthly.. Good timber. Trans
portation furnished over P. & I. N. Ry.
Apply to Lewis Hall, tie contractor,
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT
Furnished housekeeping rooms in suites
of two. three or four. Phone Black
WANTED Two waiter girls immediately
ai me model restaurant
ruK jALh 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
rUR RENT Five room cottage, inquire
of Mrs. Emma Simmon, Cor."8th. and
. N, Streets.
MONEY-For loans on citv nrooertv
,. yv m. urant s agency. Also real estate
FOR RENT-Pleasantly furnished rooms
suitable for lighthousekeeping. Mrs. E.
C. Moors, 1617 Fourth Street
FOR SALE A two acre tract with am
pie 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.
r UK MUS-8 acres of land for sale,
including 5 room house, adjoining city
or ua urande.
La Grande Investment Co,
APPRENTICES WANTED-Inquire of
Mrs. J, R. Forrest, the milliner, at once.
Goodall, Tel. Red
tUK iALt uwing to sickness I am
compelled. to sell my residence on the
corner of 7 and L st and will sacrifice
if sold at onoe.
r Fred Jacobs
. SPWALNOTKI .
' All persons holding accounts against
me are requested to present the same to
me and receive payment also all who
are indebted to me are requested to call
and settle, as I expeot to leave about
March IS. Freq Book
A MODERN MIRACLE
"Tiuly miraculous seemed the recovery
of Mrs. Mollie Holt of this place," writes
J. 0. R. Hooper, Woodford, Tenn., "she
was so wasted by coughing up pus from
her luncs. Doctors declared her end so
near that her family had watched by her
bed-side forty-eight hours; when, at my
urgent request Dr.,Kings New Discovery
was jginen her, and with the astonishing
result that improvement becan. and con
tinued until she finally completely recov
ered, and is a . healthy woman today,"
60 and $1.00 at newlin druo oo. Trial
Have you weakness of any kind stom
ach, back, or any organs of the body?
uon t flops yourself with ordinary medi
cine. J-lollister's Rocky Mountain Tea is
the supreme curative power. . 36 cents.
Newlin Druo Co.
COlilUY (CUM PROaTDfldS
Joda Crawford, do
Eva Crawford, do
Frank Ross, do
T. M. Stubblefield. do ..,l.
Rolin Walker, do.;, :
Fred Haisten, do
F. L. Myers, do
Clarence Richards, do ..
Fred Myers, do .
Clifford Kail do
- 8 20
. 6 20
, 6 00
. 6 20
; 6 20
George Gray, do
John Garrett do
Frank Minnick, do .
L. Reyburn, do '.
J. E, Bateman, do
Frank Childers, do
William Ezell. do
Albert E. Conrad, do
Frank Bloom. do..
Bert Wilkinson, do...-
W. A. McDonald, do ...
John Steinbeck, do
C D. Huffman, do ......
L. C Smith, do ..
John Harvey, do. ..."
J. W. McAlister, do ......:;.
Wm. Hancock, do
D. M. Clark, do .
W. L. Richards, do
R. P. Rohrig, do
J. W.Scriber, do.v.
Ed Murphey, do
J. B. Stoddard, do
J. F. Phy. do
T. Kioda. do
H. A. Vincent do
S. A. Gardiniar, do "
Mrs. Frank Ross, do District '
F. C. Burke, Witness. State vs.
Harami ... . ......
G. Riggs, do . .........
James O'Neill, do ... '
Mrs. J. H. Crabtree. do -
J. B. Wilson, do .,..
K. Harami, Jr. do....
I. Takada, do .
T. B. Johnson, do
C. A. Nardine, do .;...
O. E. Silverton, Witness, State
. 28 20
W. J. Hunter, do........ .
Carold Mack, do
Mrs. A Frank, do
J. O. Anson, do '
Mrs. George Gibson, do '
Harry Bartmess. do
, 6 20
, 6 20
. 6 20
' 6 20
' 6 20
. 6 ,20
Joseph Jones, do
H. McLachlin, do
C. D. Lee, do.
R.L Newlin. do.!...
J. H. McLachlin, do (Second
H. A. Vincent do
C. D. Lee. do
Frank Eames, do
Mrs. Frank, do
Mrs. Rufus Gaskell. do...
R, L. Newlin. do
, 4 20
Mrs. George Gibson, do ....
Joseph Jones, do ...
Harry Bartmess, do
L Reyburn, do .
F. P. Childers, do
.: 4 20
. 4 20
Jas. R, Smith, witness State
vs. Gaskell, second trial . . .
.. 4 20
Mrs. I. D. Fields, witness Stole
vs. Smith ..... .
Mrs. Chas Whitmore, do
Fred Jacobs, do ....
Nl Suydam, do
W, I. Hunter, witness State
W, I. Hunter, do -
Mrs. W. I. Hunter, do
R. McKenz'e, do
J. W. Brown, State vs. Turner
Phil. Turner, do
W, A. Bennet do
H. H. Hug. do
Mrs. H. H. Hug, do
J. B. Thorson, do .
E. O. Wilson, do
L , Denham, do
Mrs. Una Denham. do.
Robert Blumensetin, do ... .
Ben Cotner, witness State vs.
L. D. Taylor, sheriff serving
supboena, State vs. Gaskell
William Kielblock, repr. shoes
Clark E. Sanders, services as
secretary county board of
Union Electric Light Co., lights
for poor farm
E. G. Kirby M. D., caring for
paupers as per bill
J. C Christianson, caring for
paupers as per bill
Grace Landers, v registering
C. W. P. Ellsworth, do
W. L. Tucker, services on
teachers' Examining. Board
Syra Kuhn, do
J. M. Martin, do
Evalyn Rohan, do
The Elgin Recorder, printing as
Irwin Hod son Co merchandise
as per bill
Glass, 4 Prudhomme Co., do .
Glass & Prudhomme Co., book
typewriter for recorder's
La Grande Chronicle, printing
as per bill .... -
Vegere Telephone Co. phone
service as per bill . :
Pacific Tele and Talgr. Co.
Phone service Recorder's
Pacific Tele and Telgr. Co,
phone services Clerk's office
Pacific Tele and Telgr. Co.
phone service poor farm,
Grande Ronde- Electric Co.
lights as per bill
Mrs. T. N. Murphy, mdse as
Newlin Drug Co. mdse as per
Dee Bros, printing as per bill
John E. Hough. J. P. Fees,
State vs. Lutx,
J. H. McLachlen, J. P. Court
constable fees state vs Lutz
George Eller, witness J. P.
Court. State vs. Lutz.
Harry Fleming, Witness J. P..
Court, State ve, Lutz -
L. Reyburn, witness J. P
Court, State vs. Lutz.
S. M. Goff, J. P. Fees, 8tate vs
J. C Christiansen. Sp. Const
fees State s. Wright
A. J. Patton witness J. P. Ceurt
State vs. Wright
A. L. Morelock, do .......
Charles F. Coleman, do .............. T
B. O. Goodrick. do
Best Rogers, do ,
J. C. Christiansen, do
Levy Brothers, Mds. as per
.(! - -. ...-.....
City of La Grande, Water as
W. A. Maxwell, Printing tax
George May, Relief ....
D. W. Souder, Relief
Ella Neason, Relief l.. ....
John Hilderbrand, Relief
Luvicy Edwards. Relief .;..;......
Maggie Slagner, Relief
Pacific S. Tel, & Tel. Co.
Phone services Sheriff's
T, B. Johnson, Boarding Prison
ers ..... .
The Golden Rule Co., Mdse.' as
per bill 4.;,.
T. B. Johnson, cash paid out as
James Bugg. witness. State vs.
L." Klinfetter, work on road
district No. 80
Arthur Curtis, Servicee for
Grande Ronde Lumber Co.
Material as per bill
Thomas & Likens, Blacksmith-
ing as per bill....l...i..'.
Abe Bountin, work on county
roads!.. ..l.L :.
A. C. Matheson, do ?.
Frank Hempei work on road
district No." 28 .. :..:.....,.
Your Drug Store wants, phone ue when
you get home. We deliver promptly.
'No extra charge.
Newlin Drug Co
J. L MARS,
Contractor, and Builder
' Draler in Buildin? Material.'
, La. Grande. Oregon
Dro a line naming work,' and I will
t " name the right price. '
I CITY BREWERY
JULIUS ROESCIl, Proprietor.
J Largest Brewing Plant in Eastern Oregon
Ask for La Grande
L A GRANDE BEER IS
AND" SHOULD HAVE
Ready For Business
WITH A FtLL LINE Of FEED. HAY AND GRAIN
We are ready to buy all kinds of
- - I . ..w.tn . . .
The Good Old Standby.
Nothing like a nice cut of juicy corned
beef with cabbage or saeur-kraut once
in a while! We can offer most of the
time whole or half rounds, if you can
use so much, or whatever quantity you
require, of well fed and carefully corn
ed beef-tender, "tasty" and wholesome.
If you re in the notion today, 'phone us
the order and we'll have the meat
around in no time.
,. . e
Beautiful Hair and Face '
May le had' by" having scientific
j V HOTEL FOLEY .
: Tonsorial Parlors :
are prepared to do these specialties
and Friday of each week will be
for LadX customers. Pribate par-
lor for ladies. Lady attendant in
C J. COLT Prop.
G. E. FOWLLR
r j irucK and ?
Wood and Coal
All orders given prompt attention '
LYMAN & 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 Main 64
Night phone Black 801. ..
Spring is coming: look over youf photo
supplies. What's needed, we can supply.
We have all the latest phew requisites at
righ.t price. Newlin Druo Company.
. .... v .. ... ... , .
Beer and get the Best
MADE IN LA GRANDE
hay and grain, and pay the highest
ARE YOU AFTER GOOD
" Don't run or walk past this place.
Capital placo to stop, anyhow--clean,
lots of good things to look at
and select from, courteous treat
ment and lowest pricing possible
when quality is countedy Finest
; staple and f ancy-grooeries at . . . , .
PHONE MAIN 46
: QEDDEJ BR
, . . .. NAPTU PIP CTDRBT
J. R. OLIVER.
U NION OOUNT 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 from my
office will show the title just as
it appeare onthe official record.
)v R. OLIVER,
LA GRANDE, OREQfJN
Room SI 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. ;
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 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 COcts.
SELDER, The -Canriy