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EVEJrtXQ OBSERVER, LA CRAVDE OREGOJT, WEDNESDAY, JCLT 8, IMS.
La Grande Professional
O. L. BIQGERS, M. D
Physician and Surgeon.
Offlci Ralston Building, over J. M.
Offlc Thon Black 112L
Residence 'Phon Red 1001.
J. H. HUBBARD, M. D.
Physician and Eurgeoa.
Offlc In New Bank Building. Room
-L 'Phone: Reeldenc, Main
; Offlc, Mala 71.
DR. A. U RICHARDSON.
Office orer Bill' Drug Btor.
Offlc 'Phone lt. Resldeno Mala II
N. MOLITOR. M. D
' Pfcrsiriaa aad Eurgeoa.
Corner Adami Ave. and Depot 8t
OfOc Mala II -:- Residence Mala II
Fhvslclana aad Bnrgeona.
Office U A Grande National Bank
Building. 'Phone Mala 1.
C T. Bacon, Residence, Main II.
M. K. Hall, Residence, Main II.
DR. T. B. MOORE
DR. H. C. P. MOORS
Klrksvllle Graduates Under Founder.
Office Snmmer B adding.
Phone: Office Main (S; Res. Main 14
C. li. I PTOX, PH. G., M. I).
Physic-inn and Surgeon.
.Special attention given to Eye, Ear.
Noso and Throat.
Office in La O'niidt Vatlonal, Bink
Phone Office, Main I; Residence,
DR. P. A. CHARLTON,
Office at Hill's Drug Store. La Qrandt
Resident 'Phone Red 70L -Office
'Phone Black 1SI1.
Independent 'Phone II.
DR. W. H. R1LET.
Graduate Ohio State University Vao
einattun. Dentistry and Surgery of all
kind. Country call promptly aa
vered. Offlc 1414 Adam Ave. 'Phones, Pa
cific, Black 1101. Independent,
olEGRIST & CO.!
JEWELERS AD 0PTIC1AS
We wish to call your attention to our
We are better prepared than ever to do.
first class work. If you have a watch
that does not give you satisfaction, orin
it to us and we will guarantee we can fix it.
Diamonds reset or mounted in new mount
ing is one of our specialties.
Alhiur work guaranteed and promptly done.
V e will save you money
SIEGRIST & CO-!
JEWfLERS AND OPTICIANS 1
Complete equipment for
ruooer ouggy ures.
LA GRANDE IRON WORKS
D. FJTZOERALD, Proprietor
Complete Machine Shops and Foundry
" " "
C B. CACTEORN.
Office over HlU'a Drug Store.
La Grand Orego
J. C. PRICE, D. M. D.
Room 23, La Grande National Ban
Building. 'Pbon Biack 1IL
La, Qranda Onwon
TEACHERS OP MUSIC
PROF. E. PORTER DAT, Principal.
L MMX Ul MBStC,
Mrs. Day, assistant. School, 106
Greenwood Ave., on door south of
Adam Ave. 'Phone Black 1S1.
MI8d BTKLLA b. OLIVER.
T ftirs of Piano aad Harmony,
tudlo ever 3. M. Barry Stor.
L. A. PICKLE R.
CItIL Mining, Irrigation Eagiaeerlat
Estimates, plan and specifics tlona
Offlc In Bohnenkamp Building.
La Grand - - - - - - Oregoi
C. It. THORNTON.
Architect and Engineer.
Surveying, Civil and Structural Engi
neering. Twenty Tears' Experience.
Abstract o( Title. Fir Insurance.
Offlc next door to La Grande Na
La Grand ...... O regit
Cbaa. E. Cochran Geo. P. Cochra
La Grande National Bank Building.
La Grand .... . Oregoi
R. H. LLOYD.
Attorney at Law.
Practice In all the courts of the State
and United States.
Elgin - . - ... . Oregon
MRS. GRACE McALISTER.
Teacher and Manager.
Telephone Farmer 170.
, , , -a.
resetting and repairing S
The Pendleton Tribune has the fol
lowing to say ti)t near beer's sale in
Near beer, which Is a toothless rela
tive to rtal beer, has been making Its
appearance before the dry palates of
Pendleton citizens durlrig the paat
few days. It has responded to a num
ber of encores. The article- looks like
the real stuff, wears the same ruff
about Its neck, and carries the same
air of opulence and optimism. The
man who reaches across the bar for
It the first time invariably looks over
his shoulder to see If any prohibition
people are watching him.
The only accessory of the forbidden
beverage that doe not accompany Its
successor are vain regrets.
Much of the n'ar beer at present
comes form Walla Walla. The brew-i
ra oi tnat city were unkind enough
to ship it In regular booze barrels
which arrived In town like an ad
vance guard of a supreme court de
cision against prohibition. These bar
rel were hauled upon heavy brewery
wagons from the depots and were
flaunted through the streets until
they worked up sentiments of curios
ity and thirst that could not be re
staled. They arrived at their destln
atlons simultaneously with a crowd
of eager citizens.
Opinions differed as to the amounu
of genuine satisfaction a glass of the
near beer disburses.
One of the elect of the bar rooms
who profcssed to know, en1 backed
his profession by the confession that
he guessed he would take another,
rendered the following minority re
"Maybe you folks think you are
doing something In the new and orig
inal line by getting a geometrical an
gle between your glasses and the bar.
But there were other Perrys ahead of
you. I have been smacking my llpn
as a sequel to this near b?er for over
a year now. I ran across It first In
Boston. They called ' It 'proximity
punoh' there and had founded another
cult on the strength of lt ' r
"Since then I have been going up
against It at various parts of the
United States. It la the unwrung end
of local option.
"How do I like It? Well. It's like
prohibition Itself. You have got to
get usod to It. It ain't a friend you
can acquire by slapping it on the back
the flrBt time. You've got to side up
to It several times ami let familiarity
have plenty of time to got spontane
ous and reciprocal.
"But It has Its advantages. Its
whiff keeps the wolf away from the
door of many n bnrtemler's home. The
main defect with the machine the In
ventor of prohibition turned out l
that It doesn't work the bartender Into
the tout ensemble. Its that Individual
for the mercies of the antl-sulcldc
bureaus. Near beer has-been append
ed as tin apology for this disregard.
There Is a Miff demand for It unl the
customers who drink It are going to
quaff It In the orthodox it; le with
their feet on thi; tailing and their el
bows WHKKitvj for Joy against the top
of the bar. They are going to th su
looiis for It. Tin y r g.dng to put
In their orders to a man who has had
a lot of vocal training In the art of
saying 'What'll ye have?'
"I notice that si vcral of the saloons
have opened t'leir dinrs ngjin in Pen
dleton? Near beer Is the Itituicant
that keeps thV hinges from petting
rusty. It nlso prevents the saloon bus
iness from vegetating Ir.to Innocuous
desuetude. And If I were giving an
expert opinion on the taste of mar
beer and had grown us'.hma'lc on con
versation, 1 guess rt,abo Innocuous
desuetude would strike it about as
close as anything."
Stimulation Without lrrltntlon.
In case of stomach and liver trou
ble the proper treatment Is to stimu
late these organs without Irritating
them. Orlno Laxative Fruit Pyrup
aids digestion and stimulate the liver
and bowels without Irritating these
organs like pills or ordinary cathar
tics. It does not 'nauseate or gripe
and Is mild and plrasant to take. A.
T. Hill, druggist.
Ft rayed. June 24, from herd, dark
Jersey cow, branded D on right hip.
Finder plear notify Anna Bay, 'phone
Black 41. t-27tf
j KOTICB FOR PUBLICATION.
J Department of the Interior,
TT. & Land Office at La Grande, Or..
June 8, 1909.
Notice Is hereby given that
GEORGE M. THOMPSON,
of Adams, Oregon, who, on May 2 8th,
1908, made timber and stone sworn
statement No. 6048. for S'i SE',4 and
NEii 8Ei and SE'i'NEK, ction
IS, township 3 south, range 34 east,
Willamette meridian, ha filed notice
of Intention ta make final proof to es
tablish Jils claim to the land above
described, before John Halley, Jr., TJ.
S. commissioner, at Pendleton, Ore
gon, on the 22d day of August, 1908.
Claimant names as witnesses: Win
Held S. Burnett, of Starkey, Ore.:
Thomas M. Keller, of Pendleton, Ore.;
Frank Donaldson, of Meacham, Ore.;
Frank Ironsplker, of Pendleton, Ore.;
; F. C. BRAMWELL, Register.
To My Friends and Patrons: "
Having sold my stock of hardware
etc., to Messrs. Lilly and Foster, who
will continue in the same line of bus
iness, and at the same place. Mr.
Lilly having been associated with me
for the tt ! I
In recommending the new firm to my
many frlenda and patron fend trust
that yon will find business with them
a pleasant a our business relations
have always been. I win be found at
the store during the month of July,
and will be pleased to have as many
of my friend call and settle their ac
counts as possible during the month.
Thanking you for the many favors
shown me, I remain.
MRS. T. N. MURPHY.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
PUBLIC. LXND SALE.
La Grande, Oregon, Land Office,
June 27, 1808.
Notice Is hereby trlven that, as di
rected by the commissioner of the
general land offkc, under provisions
of act of e-i..3!'es approved June 27,
1S06. Public-"c. TO."!, we will offer at
rpbllc sal? io '.- highest bidder, al
JC o'clock a. in., on the 17th, day of
August next, at this office, the fol
lowing tract of land, to-wlt: NV4 NE
M. Sec. 9. T. 3 8., P.. 37, E. W. M.
Any persons claiming adversely the
above described lands are advised to
file their claims, or objections, on or
before the day above designated fof
C. BRA MM ELL, Register.
A. ROBERTS, Receiver.
It ran t Be Beat.
The best of all teachers Is experi
ence. C. M. Harden, of Silver City,
North Carolina, says: "I find Electric
Bitters does all that's claimed for It.
For stomach, liver and kidney trou
bles It can't be beat. I have tried It
and find It a most excellent medicine."
Mr. Harden Is right: It's the best of
all medicines also for weakness, lame
back, and all run down conditions.
Pest, too, for chliis and malaria. Sold
tinder guaiunti c at the Newlln drug
Pure Cure for Asthma,
We guarantee to cure asthma.
bronchitis and catarrh. If our medi
cine fails we will cheerfully refund all
money paid. Writ.; Arnold's Asthma
Cure Co., 535-33 1-336 Arcade Build
ing, Seattle, Wnsh., or for next 30
days. Morris W. Knight. Cove, Ore
trrhai ami Ix-anore of Train at
No. 1, westbound Portland Special.
arrive 8:25 a. m.; departs. 9:30 a. m.
No. (, eastbound passenger, mall
snd express, arrive at (;4S a. m.; de
parts :B0 a. m.
No. I, eastbound Chicago Special.
arrive 1:05 p. m.: departs, 1:10 p. m.
No. I, westbound passenger, mall
and express, arrives :5 p. m.2 de
part, 10 p. m.
Begular mixed train leave La
Grand at I o'clock and return at I
o'clock p. m. The logging train
leave La Grande at 11:10 p. m. and
return at 7:45 p. m.
JT. If. KEF.XET, Agent.
La Grande, Orcgoa.
ev- f t f f
Your want is p'aced before a thousand or more want-seekers
every day Can you afford to spend one cent per word o your
want ad whe.e result are the keynotes?
FOR RENT Suite of three rooms,
furnished complete. Inquire of Mrs.
. D. Simmons.
FOR RENT Furnished front room,
close In; modern conveniences.
'Phone to Black 931.
FOR RENT Six rooms, en suite. In
Lewis building, with water and toilet
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for
light housekeeping. Mrs. E. C. Moore,
""T.CT Q izi Iuu iit su-ceia. 'f none
Red 1452. p
FOR RENT One (-room house, un
furnished, and on modern 4-room
cottage, furnished. Inquire of Mrs.
C. 8. Zuber,
FOR RENT Furnished housekeep
ing rooms In suite of two; rooms
close In, at reasonable rates. Inquire
at 1417 Washington avenue. ..-12tf
WANTED To trade lots In La Grande
for horses. Call at Hill' drug store.
WANTED Three more horsemen In
roseate parade. Inquire of George
WANTED Roomer and table boarder
at the Swart Rooming house. In
quire of Mrs. Edna Swart,
WANTED Chance e make quick
service In . moving furniture and
pianos with special equipment for
safe hauling. All kinds of transfer
business solicited. Leave orders at
Halsten's stoe or 'phone to Red
111. J. W. Black.
WANTED A position as stationary
engineer. Practical experience. Can
give reference If required. Address
Box 758, La Grflnde.
; TO TRAVELIXC PUBLIC I
Persons desiring neat I
and comfortable rooms 2
I and wholesome meals
should stop at the
PALMER HOTEL ,
Board and rocm by the t
week : : : : $5 00 i
By the day : : : 1.00 t
The only First Glass
$1.00 per day 'house in
La Grande. White help
Two Blocks from Depot
W. J. RAMS0M Prop.
PHONE BLACK 402
WE SEKVE A IMG DIM
of Ice rream for 'a very moderate
price her". And snch cream, too!
The first spoonful sets you to wishing
the dish was a bleger one. With
ever)- succeeding mouthful you full
more In love with the cream, and you
only wish your capacity was as large
as your appetite. Come In and enjoy
For sale at
a. t. mix.
FOR SALE Buff Leghorn eggs, Oh
dollar for each setting Telephone
to Red 212.
FOR SALE 600 feet of picket fence.
In good condition. -Apply to Mrs..
FOR SALE Cheap; automobile, 8
horse power runabout, in first-class
repair. For particulars and price '
Inquire at this office. dwt-24-lnn
FOR SALE One -wM z"lZ, '
broke to drive single, for a !dy; twjJt
milch cows with young calve. 8even
pigs, 100 chickens, three wagons, ones
surrey, one buggy and several farm
Implement. Five piece of town
property. Improved. Bargain If sol
at one. Inquire of Mary E. Child
era, Island City.
FOR SALE Furniture, steel ' range..
two heating stoves, bed lounge, ex
tension table. Iron bed and spring,..
Ice box, fall leaf table, first-clas
organ. Other household goods. In .
quire at 1417 Washington avenue. ,4
FOR SALE Two second-hand awn
ings, in good condition. Get partic
ulars from J. A. Arbuckle, Model!
FOR SALE A first grade piano; wllb
trade for a team or good city prop
erty. 'Phone or call on H. A. Wat
son, Red 1401.
Danger in a Cold
Because yon have contracted ordinary coldii
and recovered from them without treatments
of any kind, do not for a moment Imagine i
that colds are not dangerous. 'ot only pneu. -monta.
but also the infectious diseases such
as diphtheria and scarlet foer start s-lth
cold. The cold prepares tbe system for the
reception and development of the germs oi;
these diseases. Take our advice-cure your:
cuiu wane you can.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
has bocstut fY
oy it remarkable cures of colds has bo
a staple article of trade snd commerce.
, prompt: it is effectual ; it Is reliable. Tr lk.
XEWLIX DRl'G CO.
The best thing y()u can do with youa
al, mil, pll, stocUlKn or whatever
yu mny call your savings. Is to put Ifc
wh.-re It ! . , BI0W an(J be gafe(
while It U crowing The bank Is the
'!", r-l oi-r ban.t Is tt.e right one In.
which to d..rnt y(nw. Vavlngs. both
for r. curlty nnd gi,.(.i Interest. Evcrj"
man nnd woman om,t t hnvo an In
1 p. nd. nt hnnk nc. ount. Let us show
VI. M 1......
money grows when In
The Eastern Oregon
Trust S. Savings -Kank
F. M. BY n KIT i'-.. .
vA M. MILLER. Vice-President
GEO. L. CLEAVER, Cashier.
T. J. PCROOOIN. Assistant Cashier.
J- HOLMES, Trarors.
f-n hi u:giiam,
Bale, c,t,rt cn hart not(
No extra chaw tot rtw J
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