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Q. L. B1GGERS M. - 0.
Physician and Suroeon
Office Ra.iton Bid. over J.M.Beiry'i tor
Office Phone Black 1521
Reticence Phone Red 1001
J. H. HUBBARD. M. D.
Physician and Suroeon
Office in new Bank Building, Rooms 21
20. Phone, Ree. Main 89,- office, Mam
DR. A. U RICHARDSON
Physician and Suroeon .
Office over Hill's Drug Store.
Office Phone 1362 Residence Main 55
N. MOL1TOR M. D.
PHYSICIAN and suroeon
Cor. Adams Avenue and Depot St
Office Main 6a Residence Main 69
BACON & Hall,
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS
Office in Foley Building, Phone Main 19
C T. Bacon residence, Main 1 8
M, K. Hall residence, Main 52
DR. F. E. MOORE
DR. H.'C. P. MOORE
Kirksv:ile C radi ates, under Founder
Office Sommer Building
Phones: Office Miin 63; Ree. Main 64
T. LEFEVRE, B. L. PHB,
Physician and Suroeon
Call answered Day or Night
F. Moormeister A. M.M. D.
Puysioian and Suroeon Specialties:
SuROiBY AND DISEASES OP WOMBN.)
Office New Bank Building. Phone Main 91
Residence Red 1712.
Calls Anewered Day and Night,
H.Volt. A, M. M. P,
' Physician itp Suroeon ' :
Office Corp Building, Pho.i Main 00,
Calls Answered Day nd Night.
phone buck 58 r
Patient received at any time.. Inquiries
about rooms piae address to
DR. H. VOLP, Corpe Building.
DR. F. MOORMEISTER New Bank Bldg
Authorized Agent for the sale of Hospital
MB. J. A, MATOTT
H. T. A iluams , , A, C. Williams
WILLIAMS , BROS
Office in Ralston Building
LOra.ide. 1 " Oregon
L. A. PICKLER
Civil, Mini no, Irriqation Enoinebrino
Estimates. Plans, and Specifl
catrone. Office in Bohnenkamp
La Grande. Oreoon
J. R OLIVER
Abrtracts op Title. Fire Insurance
Office in Soinmer Building
.i-a ; Gfide; . Qregon.
Z. B. CAUTHORN
0 tice over Hill's Drug Store
La Gknndk, Oreoon
DR. P. A. CHARLTON
Office at Hill's Drugstore. La Grando Or
Kesidence Phone Had, 701
Office Phono 1361 Farmer Line 88
MISS ANNA C CARLSON
Phone Farm 19 2x4
New La Grande National Bank Building
Independent Phone No. 6
CtRID Of im TROUBLE
"It is new eieven years since I had a
narrow escape from consumption," writes
C. 0 Floyd, a businessman of Kershaw.
S. C. "I had run down in weight to 156
poundi. and coughing was constant, both
by day and by night. Finally I began
Uicng Dr. King's New Discovery, and
continued this for about six months, when
my cough and luna trouble were entirely
gone and I was restored to my normal
weight. 170 pounds. Thousands of per
sons are healed every yer. Guaranteed
t Newlin drutf store. bOc and $1.00.
The Rebekah held an enthusiastic meet
ing last night. Six candidates were re
ceived into membership which was follow
ed by a banqjet.
MUSICALE AT HOME
The ladies of the Lyle Tuesday Musicale
were delightfully entertained yesterd y
afternoon by Mr. J. J. Carr at her resi
dence. A large majority of the members
responded to roll .call. After an interest
ng business meeting in which plans were
discussed and formulated for the season's
work, the following excellent program was
Miss M Kirk
Danse Ecossaire Fred T Baker
Mrs. A. Newlin
(a) Sing Me to Sleep Edwin Greene
(b) Message of the Violets Luders
Mrs. Dr, Richardson
Hungarian Dance Brahm
Miss Grace Carter and Miss McDonald
(a) De Las' long Res' ...Carrie Jacobs Bond
lb) I love you truly..
Could I Tosti
At the close of the program dainty re
freshments were served and after an en
joyable social interval the guests departed
very much elated by the renewal of inter
est and promise of the brilliant season
which is now assured for the musicale.
PASSING Of THE INDIAN
New York, Feb, 26. From a work on
"The Indian of America", published by
Helneman today it appear that it ha
never been definitely determined - jus
what was the greatest number of Indian
in America when they were unmoles'ed.
Some authorities say the number could
not have exceeded a million, but others
assert that it could not have been more
than 800,000, and still others contend
that there were never more than 500,000.
At the present time there are about 284,
000 membere of the red race in the Unit-.
ed States. There are Indians in eighteen
different state and three territories, ex
clusive of the Indian Territory. Nearly
all the tribes are west of the Mississipp
in feet most of them are beyond the
Missouri. There are 166 reservation in
all. In the Northwestern part of New
York there are a-out 5000 descendents
of the great warrior tribe living on eigh
teen reservatione. Today there are 169
000 Indians who wear citizens dress in
whole or in part. There a e 70,000 who
can read and speak English. There are
28,000 Indian families now living in
comfortable modern dwellings. When the
Government first began nupplyrg the In
dians with houses it often proved a diffi
cult matter to keep the old warriors in
them. They would lake possession in the
best of faith, but the wild nature would
invariably break out; they would saddle
their horses and go back to their tepees j
"THE FAST MAIL" j
Is coming on Wednesday March 6 at the
Stewards Opera house. No plev ever
written is a g. eater favorite among the
theatre goers than this railroad drama of
Lincoln J. Carter's. An entire new pro
duction is employed this season, together
with several oew features.
We want to be your druggists thruout,
1907, you want our kind of service
lets combine. Newlin Drug Co.
MISS BONNtLL SUBSTITUTING
Miss Bonnell is in charge of the Hilgard
school while Prof. Sherill is at La Grande
suffering with rheumatism.
At a meeting of the stockholders of the
Grande Ronde Hospital the following
board of directors were selected; Dr's C.
T. Bacon. A. L. Richardson, N. Molitor.
G. L. Bigger and Geo Stoddard. It is
expected that they will sulect the s.te
within the next few days. The board is
busy with the preliminaries and have
placed an crder for a portion of the red
ding and cots.
We want to he your arugcists thruout
1907. you want our kind o! service iet's
combine. Nownn Drug Co.
HARRIMAN STILL ON STAND
(Hi'rlpt'N New Association)
New York. Feb. 27-E. H. Harnman
again took the stand beft rthe Interstate
Commerce Commission. Ex-Pres.dent
Stuyvsant Fish wa.s not present.
To lead work on ranches located near
La Granue. Steady work and good op
portunity for rght man. Party living on
north side of city pieferred. Apply at
Sugar factory office.
We want to be y;ur druggists thruout,
1907. you want our kind of service
let's combine. Newlin Drug Co.
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STAPLE FIRM WOULD
(OHE TO LA GRANDt
The Jones Bros., Company o.' Louisville
Kentucky, has .nformed local business
men that it will send a representative to
La Grande by the first of April to make
final arrangements, if possible, for the
erection and installation of a modern vine
gar, pickle and condiment factory in this
city. The most promising pnase, aside
from the fact that the company is appar
ently satisfied with this site for a factory,
is the fact that the Jones Brothers Com
pany is the most staple and largest vine
gar factory in the world. The company
is capitalized at $500,000. Its original
plant was built at Louisville, and is still
operated in that city. A large middlewest
factory is located at Canon City, Colorado,
Now it want a factory which will luppiy
the growing trade on the Pacific coast.
Representative of the company have been
convassing the Pacific coast for a site
during the past year, and now comes the
announcement that they will send a man
d.rfr"f,v t thi ntu
If the right sort of inducements are ex
tended to the representative when he ar
rives, there seems little question but that
the company will decide upon La Grande,
and should such be the case, the factory
would be immediately called upon to sup
ply the demands of a trade that i now
firmly established on thie coast and grow
ing continually. It would not have to go
thru the slow process of building up a
reputation, a that reputation is already
on a solid footing.
The inducement which the company
demands, are not positively specified, but I
would doubtless be relative to a site. No
subscription to stock will be solicited.
Should La Grande be fortunate enough to
attract the firm, a plant will be installed
which will be backed by sufficient capital
and of such a capacity of output, that any
sized business which might confront it,
could be properly handled.
Last year when the Ripley-Oregon Fruit
Food Company was organized, the news
reached this company in Louisville. A
representative was dispatched to this city
to buy, if possible, a controlling interest in
the supposed plant. On that man's ar
rival he found the rumor an idle dream,
but went back to his company with the
recommendations which are now appar
ently materializing. Immediately after
that, the Eastern Oregon Colonizing Com
pany began a correspondence, which cul
minated in the letter received yesterday
making the announcement as stated.
It behooves La Grande as a unit to join
forces in grasping this opportunity of se
curing the Pacific coast plant ot tne larg
est vinegar and pickle manufacturing es
tablishment in the world. Thus would
this growing city secure anotner means
toward placing La Grande on the map as
the largest, ai.d most widely known, com
mercially, of any city in Eastern Oregon
, POPULAR COURSE
Those holding season tickets for the
course are entitled to another number
Dr. Driver could not reach us. Keep
your tickets. We ehall furnish the enter
tainment. O. H. Kino
STEWARD, Proprietor and Manager.
SATURDAY. MARCH 2 MATNEE AT 2:30
S T E T SON'S
Original Big Double Spectacular Production of
j UNCLE TOM'S CABIN!
HnstssnThe Barnum of Them AllrTT iwiniiiir
Under the Management of Leon W. .
: More Grand Novelties Than Ever! j
STANDARD COMMERCIAL COLLEGE
La Grande, Oregon
M. M. SLATTERY. PrinciDal. La. OranHe Drpcmn !
I Typewriting arid
Day and night session
Gorcreous Scenerv with Beautiful Electrical Effect,
Two runny Marks. I wo Miscnievour lopsie. uenuine Southern
ft a i
Two Bras. Bandt?
Buck and Wing Doncer.
Panics Donkics, and Bloodhounds.!
Wagons Drawn by Handsome Shetland Ponies.
Grand Vision and Transformation
Eva and Hr nnW .
WATCH FOR THE BIG STREET PARADE
Seats on sale at Van Burens' store
ORCHESTRA 76ets. ORCHESTRA CENTFP 7S.L f
DKCSS UIKI-C DUCtS. UAL.LE.Kl 28ct. r,rf R.,.
waita HULU T
MATNEE, Adults 50c Childaen 25c. Any part of the house f
e t eea
If You Intend to do Either,' see
GARRICK & SON
at -the Tabernacle, or,
Phone Red 621
'OVH ' ?f'f'!'
I am prepared to
w carpet and
order left with I
Phone Red6jw.!lpr,cur prim?
j 8 0 SIOUJ
There's one way to get a corret Masl rvf n,,r umrt,.
I that is y coming to our studio and inspecting the work
WARM UP WITH
SCHEURER'S RED HOT
T A M A L E S
Chicken and Chicken only. You see the Tamales
maae and know they are Fresh. Pure and Wholesome, j
mi U1K ere Wl11 notve yQuan'.ideanorili
will anyone else's, come and see. We never' substituts t:I
inferior papers in our work, consequently our phonos. L
have that exquisite finish every one desires. $
H . J. HITTJEK i
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La Grande, Ore.
JULIUS ROESCH, Proprietor.'
I A TliH SYSTEM
rss FOR CONSUMPTION
utitiir of a
tHHilca:ir.t yviu ittnni
M-Tbtd in.. UUK'IIS .Irimtiiii.r 1 1.
neml.raiu; ot the hmM Ln", .:.', . "lnlr M-U1 r 'it'i-.-i
liui into the hlivul mill i .. ... 1.
wi:St.:us u hi i .nseasv l.very day the b!.i.i
While Catarrh in its first stajj
usually unerisute lieaM. it does
v.wy uiere 11 me ir.ml.lo is allouvl to run on. The cont
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iinKim: noises in uie ears, nose M. imikI
inio me inroai. liawkitiir and
tcrvhie'. is a!..M.tli, ', .,t ti,- ,i ... -l 'V1 :"'!liy w.u
Largest Brewing Plant in Eastern Oregon
Ask for La Grande Beer ;and get the Best
LA GRANDE BEER IS MADE IN LA GRANDE
AND SHOULD HAVE THE PREFERENCE
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witil I.U-SC iv-iso,, .usseoret.ons. ami as the ois,,ne,l 1,1., , 1 Z.''"
through t.ic lun-s they become
Soravs. ms1i .1 , .imnaies ;i
o.ul. JfennsH tl. .1.. ... " ... . Kn alaient 1
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II liim til u-1 ..r.. -
treble li,s. Theonlvvatoc cataril
jsto jnmfy an.l bil, ,ipU,ebloua S S S
bottom of the tn.al.lc a,l ,emoves ev"v
trace of im,,rity from the circulation
reshens this hie stream and. M. S
Catarrh is driven out nn.l 1 wt!!" V.,."le,y.no,,!i.a,u "cf thV
branes an.l tissues heal, the secretions c i i- , 1 l:e !""" Wew
.ystem renovate,! a,l ,., i " o , fi. i,e,. ,,!,cl-. n' the entire
f-f !-o V , ,. v--.. v : V.V "se .t s. S. S. Write
for any special inc.
Better Lumber and Cheaper than is sold in
La Grande, We deliver it to your building
Grande- Ronde Lumber Co
in.hice.,;ix;i;;:.;z;;tx Cntmh aBd
rf;j swirrsPEcmc co.. Atlanta, ca.
Trial bottle fre.
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