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Halfway. Jan. 9 Because he stepped
into range just as Charlie Snaver dis
charged his gun. Thad Leep received a
load of fine shot in the head and face and
may lose the sight of his right eye. 4
The shoot ng was entirely accdental.
Shaver, an old miner, was hunting in the
timber land and Leap was working on his
mining claim on the Dyke, and stepped
into range jjst as the other shot at a bird.
Altho Leap was screened by bushes from ,
the sight of the hunter he managed to
signal that he was in range in time to
prevent a second shot.
Leap's face was badly lacerated by
the shot, and is literiy peppered with it.
The doctors believe that it is scarcely
possible to save the eye.
AOLES-I Grarct trit S9EF.0
f. metis iwy I mj r jit i tlk
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r.vited to atu ... .
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REGARDING DISEASES Of WOMAN
In all of those maladies from which
woman suffers under modern conditions
of life, Osteopathic treatment is especial
ly useful and may be fully relied upon.
In no field have Osteopaths had wider
experience than in this; and much of the
CirlV liiTio wt tkC OwiUiiCC Wdk UUU Lj Ilk.
unparalled success in the treatment of
these casas. The necessity of dangerous
operations is ooviated in very many cases
which is a great deal in itself, aside
from the fact that the health of the I
patient is certain to be het;er after a
niiurai recovery inru Usteopatny than it! WOOOMI-N Of" TH
can possibly be after mutilation by the j every. Hnday ot
knife of tiio surgeon. tne K. v. I-', f. ;i' in t"w
Neither is there any reason for the be
lief that many hold that the treatment is
especially errbsrrasslng. While ' Ice,'
treatment, is fl,: needful in which cis-.
it wot.JJ i. fo itji! ,.t the f.atit-nt to e!
ami f u.pjr.'e i:i Cvtc; p.atii nnt to
:nir .!.! a- -yew. t.i .'fry l.irji- f cV "r
Ot C',.i5 it is r-;t i
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i. 0. 0. F. La Grande Lodge No. 16.
meets in their hall every Saturday night
Visiting brothers cordially nvited to at
tend. Cemetery plat may oe seen at
J. A. Arsuckls. N. G.
D. E. Cox. Sec.
STAR FNOAMPMENT. f) 51, I. 0
0. F. Mj's every first and :nJ Thurs
days in tf e n.inth in Odd Fellows hai..
Visiting p.urarchs always wt'eotne.
G. E. FcwiBR. C. P
D. E. Cc. Scribe.
M. W. A-La Grande Carnp No.
7705 meets ev:ry Mo-day evening
at 1. 0. w. hall, rtl visiting
neighbors are cordially ;nv-ted to
attend. F. B Currey V. C.
C. S. Wiluans Clerk.
FORESTERS OF AMERICA Court
Maid Marion No. 22 meets each Thurs
day night in Redman hal'. Brothers
ire invited to attend.
Fre Hon Chief Ranger
L. Snodgrass Financial Sec.
Board of Trustees Dr. G. L. Biooers
5ohn Hall and C. S. Williaml '
FRIENDSHIP TENT o. 51.K.0.T
A. Meets second andfourth Wednesdays
:ich month in I. O. 0. F. hah. isiting
H. C. Ball. Com
'Aox Block, Record Keeper
.-RETAILED - AT
L.O. T. M. HIVE No. 27. Meets every
tirst and third Thursdays in the after
noon at the Redmen hail. All visiting
ladies are welcome.
Maude Long La.dy Commander
M. C. Vessky, Kecord Ketjoer.
p p. o E I? 'JFNTF l-ODC-E
45S Meets each Thursday evening at
eijiht o'clock in Elks' iwl. jn A'Jains
Avenue. Visiting Brc:rrs ir cordial1
inviten to attend.
E. W. Davis. rx'-te-J Ru e'
G. E. MoCuuv. Rscord.pv becrr.ary
Better lumber and Cheaper than is sold in
U Grande, We deliver it to your budding
rrande'RoniJr l.nir.hiT .Co.
JULIUS ROESCH, Proprietor.
LA GFANPE LODGE No.
v:sit.;r.' rm r'ihys
ss J or
I. A OR A
J ASSD S
P;n in ha.-. n Oregon
i y t the Best
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To Jl oit ih,.:;i..T vi will ttotc Hut ihe
J;i::ry Number cf The Pacific MontNy
Si has hc,!n exhausted and that we are unable
to obtain any more.
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS WILL BE START- B
ED WITH THE FEBRUARY ISSUE
if i I
ii Any OtV.cr Remedy ,a Hi. -lo
'- .''' : ' H :ii lccausc everything in Vinol,
f ivt-.- V' ''' V ' v'i "''4 ,in; wine, is actually extra
I L. (
anil P(i?fiR N
liccausj Vinol i a real C...1 Liver Pr.T-ir.aion ;nul !.:, not i'J
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a Kent i'lnmihi. t
Because Vitx.l conluJns nil the medicinal elements the &il
so.jthing, hcilin, stn-nglhoning niul tlesli creative properties ?
( t Loil L,iver Uil hut witiiout til cr grease.
i except the tonic iron and a
extracted from fresh cods' livers
Because Vinol is deliciouslv nalatahle nml flrrrpr:ihl under
all conditions. Everybody likes it.
Because Vinol tones tip the system, strengthens every organ,
nerve, muscle and fibre of the whole body and thus overcomes
weakness by thoroughly eradicating the cause of disease.
That's Why Vinol is altogether different and better than any
other remedy for Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, and all Throat,
Lung and Wasting Diseases. ' ,
That's Why Vinol Restores Health and Strength to
Delicate Children, Feeble Old People, Weak and Sickly
Persons, Nursing Mothers, and Convalescents.
WE RETURN MONEY IF IT FAILS TO GIVE SATISFACTION
aM'AM.'iA um;c, comi a.nYi