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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 11, 1909)
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La Grande Professional
, J. H. HUBBARD, M. D.
' ThyaJoiav and Surgeon.
PTOc in New Bank Building. Room
- 'Phono-. Residence, Mala
it; Office. Main 7.
tiK. A. L. WCGaRWON.
Physician and Surjjcofc.
Cffice over Hill Drug Store.
Office 'Phone 123'. Residence Main 65
K. MOUTOft, K D.
, Physician and Surgeon.
Corner Adam Ave. and Depot fit.
fcifilce Main 68 Keside.fic Main S
BACON & HATiL.
PhvnielMU and Burgeon.
Itffloe t J Gindo National Bank
Building. 'Phous Main 19.
C. T. Bacon, Residence, Main 18.
M. K. Hall, Residence, Main 62.
.1.. V. E. MOORB
DR. IL C P. MOORE
Clrksvllie Graduate Under Founder
Pnonua: Office Main 3; Koa Main 14
C. 11. U TON, I'll. O.. M. 1.
Physician and Surgeon.
Ifpfrial attention given to Eye, Ear,
No and Throat.
Office In La O-aude Vatlonal Btnk
'Phone Of fire, Main 2; Residence,
DR. P. A. CHARLTON.
Veterinary Surgut n.
Office at Hlll'a Drug Store, La Orand.
Residence 'Phone Red 701.
Office 'Phone Black 1861."
Independent 'Phone 88.
Both 'phono at residence.
DR. W. H. RILEY.
Graduate Ohio State University.
Vaccination, Dentistry and Surgery
of all kind. Country call promptly
Office 1414 Adams Avenue.
Phone: raclflo Black 1901.
Public StenopTairtior and TvpowrUcr.
At WlUittiMHoii'M Office.
1109 Foley BI.k k.
"Residence 'Phone Pluck 502 or Red
I M KB. UUAClli McALIoTiuIl.
Teacher and Manager.
Telephone Farmer 1971.
Reduced Kate on O. II. & N.
On December 23. 24. 26 and 81. the
O. R. & N. will sell round trip tickets
to any stutlon within a distance of 200
miles at a rate of one and one-third
fare for the round trip. Final return
limit January 4.
mm 1, .J.-
Votice of Stock IiiiMMindiiient.
Kottce Is hereby given that the fol
lowing described animal was Impound
ed In the city pound on the 6th day of
January, fit 09. One black und brown
Jersey cow, dehorned, three holes nl
euch cur, lomn of thorn torn out. No
brands visible, and unless said animal
BAY & ZWEIFEL
Plunders and Tinners
Pump Work and Gutter Work a Specialty
Let us furnish you with an esUnate
i jour uoik. o on!fr too larfic or
small tor oir best attention. L;t us
rplinc tli it old stove. A? a slight cv
piiiss; vc c ir. niakt it as o?A n new
BAY & ZWEIFEL
, 211 DEPOT STREE1
a. v rr& om
C B. CAUTHORN,
OMce over Hill's Drug Store.
La Grande Oregon
J. C. PRICE. D. M. D.
Room 22, La Graadu Nationr.l Jaa.
Building. 'Phone Biack 191-
TEACJIKUh OK MUfclt
PROF. E. PORTER DAT, I'rinclpu
La Gruiule School of SIu.
Mr. Day, assistant. School, 1')
Greenwood Ave., ona door south of
Adams ve. 'Phone Black 1331.
MISS STELLA OLIVER,
Teacher of Piano and Harmony.
Studio at residence of Turner Olive
corner Fourth and O avenue.
MISS LENA McRETNOLDU.
Instructor lu t'olce Culture.
Room 8, Lewis Building.
La Grande - - - Oregot
MLSS ROSE HOUSE, i
Instructor in Piano Harmony an
Corner Second and Jefferson Street
La Grande, Oregon.
L. A PICKLER.
. nil, Miiiibg, Irrigation EtislooerU
En tl mates, plana and spuolflcatlont
Office In Bohnenkaoip Building.
ijk Grande ------ Orego.
C. It. IIIORMO.N.
Aniiltoct and Engineer.
Surveying, Civil ana Structural Eng"
Twenty Tear' Experlonce.
Office 1107 Adam avenue. 'Phone
Pacific, Main 1. Home Independent
Cum. E. Cochran Geo. P. Coclxia.
COCHRAN A COCHRAN.
La Grande National Bank Building.
La Grande . Orego..
R. H. LLOYD.
Attorney at Law.
"nctlce In all the court of the Stat
and United States.
C II. CRAWFORD,
Attorney at Luw.
Practice In all the courts oi the Btat
and United Statea.
Office In La Grande National Ban)
Building, La Grande. Oregon.
Attorney at Law.
815-16 Swetland Building.
Portland ..... Oregon
is claimed and all charge paid on or
before January 19. 1909, said animal
will be Bold to the highest bidder for
Done and dated at I.a Ornnde, Ore
gon, the 8th day of January, 1909.
JOHN W. WALDEN.
Chief of rollce.
XO IX8l'R.XCK OM TOO.
TIIOCSAND DOIXB LOSS.
diary IlAnMw DLw-ovrnxl Wbett
Building Wmn Partially Ctmaumcd
vn ktiii k Ksvrd Building Alao a
The rlirr store and soft drink es
tablishment owned by Itooert uioju
at Imbior, was completely destroyed
by fire about I o'clock Sunday morn-
ln. The flames had consumed half
of the store before discovered. VA-
itan.. came ultojrether to late to
Ave any of the stock.
Two Thoii.sand Ivout.
The Iocs of stock and building I
.onseivatively placed at 22000. There
is no Insurance on either stock or the
Indications of Flrcbuc.
Mr. Lloyd is unable to explain the
origin of the fire and the general be
lief in Imbler Is that someone with
grudge against Mr. Lloyd has touched
a match to the structure. The place
was left Faturday evening with only
a few coals in the stove. The Ignition
must have been after 4 o'clock the
next morning. Mr. Lloyd Is reticent
about making direct assertions of In
cendiarlsm, but others who are ac
qualnted with the facta asert that no
r.ther nlaufible origin can be ad
Mr. Lloyd Is today undecided wheth
er or not he will rebuild.
CONSIGNMENT OF 10.000 IAF-
LETS FOR DISTRIBUTION
Delayed Order of Boost Literature
llnully Itc4M'h(a Hero Will IU
Used for lroiiil.tuouj Dlntrihtuion
bv Commerelal Clul) Brief, But U:
Ten thousand booster booklets fo
promiscuous distribution by the L
Grande Commercial club, are Just of:
the press, and will be sent out as re
quests for descriptive literature of
Union county arrive. They are smaller
than the exhaustive booklets received
nome time since. The folders are coin
nact. no space belnc misused. Th
principal imiuiuru-a ui uu iOU...j
dealt with In a manner that Is de
scriptive, though not exhaustively s
A ew half-tones give added color o.
llfo to the wrlteup.
These booklets were ordered th
same time that the 32-page affair va
written up. but delay In press' room
at Portland has brought them her
several month behind time. B it th
matter on the paifes Is Tresh, notwith
standing. These cosst less than tin
first order, and will be sent out a sup
plements to letters leaving the Com
mercial club secretary's office.
T!:e I'nliel States National hank
opened ihl. morning cs aniounced Sat
urday nlgiit. A d.en business men
imo in hn:i-. 1,1 a.n.M'.; lo have
ti e ri! -tlnetlon of neinjr the fl:l t
depilt in the new Inytiiti'i m.
receiver Nledner. of the Farmers
& Trailers institution, is today located
ta ( e ro..m in the rear of the build
ing n'nv occupied by the I. S. N. bat.k.
Those havj business with hlni can ilnd
Thi l)ti;ld!iig which wis left vAvant
.. -i. HVv,. , ,,f the F i .1 n t)re-
n T":.-t t P.wtr.p ba'
been occitpied ns yet.
Pe. -n.l expert, nee with a tube of
V-.r.".:i Tile Remedy will convince
you It 1s 'remediate relief for all forns
of Tiles. G'.iaranred. 50c. So!J by
m w i w r i jLtr
1 5'llvfithorn A Mack.
Nat a stetitn in the entire
In many instances yu'll iiui prices lexthan half, and likmaay instances you'll find prices
the lowest of the year. Sell in season seasonable merchandise; that's an imperative rule
that forbids carrying gods from one season over into anoiher-a riqidtd policy that forces
prices tight down to the quick selling poM. The lois that are too small io advertise fum
isft the greafest rafuas. A shopping toar throughout ike store Kin reveal unptxendted
AGAIN WE MAKE DEFYING 0FEERS
All IVofen Dress Goods sd greaily roduced Dest Carmevt Values We've Ever Offered
prices. Just such fabrics as yea muld pay ll Ladies Suits at Halt Price. Clavar, de
65c to SI. 25 a yard for, are priced at this si:sbfe siyjCSf an( m3(e cf itst m2eriai&.
sale at 62c. The UsLqualHier we could Cfts Coat h Gur enffre 5f9ck fr9m
buy to sell sit 50c to 6c5c a yard, on ! , 'u . . - . . . .
here at 33c. Fin Black Dress Fabrics all 6 lo U years, halt price. Coats and Sktrts
at reduced prkes. ut greatly reduced pneu.
READY TO VEAR DEPARTMHT An extraordinary sale of Men's and Ladies'
Ladies' Waists at Cost and Mow: froes, over 2000 pair of surplusstook must
Ladies' Wash Suits reduced to 9(k be closed out immediate?.
Ladies' CorDets, all sizes 393 Men's Shoes, values $5.00 $1.90
Children's Shoes, values to 75c 25c
NOTIONS AT SENSATIONAL PRICES Women's Shoes v&lues to S3.50 51.45
Ladies' Bells, new styles 19c '
Big assortment Ladits' Collars 17c DOMESTIC DEPARTMENT
Pillow Tops, regular 50c values 9c American print 5c yd.
A7W'S CLOTHING Of"? Fl2niKl f Vc
Men's Suite vilues to $12.50 $k.9Q shtl , . .. H
Men s Suits, values to $20.00 $9.00 FW 2 U2e a spool
Men's Ovueoats at cue half price Def . s. Evefy pece ef sUk
Men's Rib Overalls, 50c a pair . . . . reduced
Men's Underwear, one half price in 1 he house reaucea.
i i t
AmZltiG SALE OF SHEETS AND
Good quality sheets and Pillow Slips jfsf received, which we
the amazing prites.
SHEETS H5c EACH PILLOW SUPS
You are Cordially Invited to Join
to be given under the auspices of
This rate include railroad
ticket for the round trip, and
berth In sleeping car for the go
ing trip" Side trips provided for
In the Itinerary, and all meals
from the hour of departure Fri
day night, January 5th, until ar
rival In Los Angeles, 5:45 p. m.
Friday, January 2Snd are alao in
cluded. To Iioavo TV'nJla Wall by
FRIDAY, JANUARY IS, 18!.
At I1M5 I. M., VU
TII15 CUKGON liA'LUOAD A
SOUTHERN PACIFIC CO.
For further particulars inquire
of J. II. Kceney. O. R. ft N. Agent
La Grande. Oregja.
A Sprained Ankle.
At a rule a mr.n will feel weil?atls
fled if he can hobble around on
crutches in two or three week after
spraining his ankle, and it U often two
house that dees not contribute
or three months before he Is fully
recovered. This is an unnecessary loss
of time, as by applying Chamberlain'
Liniment, as directed, a cure may Uo a
rule be effected less than one
week's time, and In many cases within
three days. Sold by all good dealer.:.
Pure bred Plymouth rooste .& t.r
sale at a bargain. J. E. Reynolds, R.
F. D. No. 2. La Grande. ,
you can f t cut
uit'; wild a..imuls
at -j-K'T -.'cra.
7 'here v,"i!,.ri
toy enir.:a.i a.
' ' jpven aTay wjen
, 'fV T 1
It is Towle'n )utmt mxi inoat ciU
ric.ua bleinl of Si'rCjn:'-. rup. Corn
."ap. Uore:.- epj Mi-iie 3?rjp.
Tne TWfe Maple Syrap Co.
Fever fores and old chronic sores
should rot be healed entirely, but
should be kept in healthy condition.
This can be done by app'ylng Cham
berlain's Salve. Thia salve has no su
pe.i'ir for this purpose. It Is also
mot exevlif nt for chapped hands, sure
nipples, bi.rna and diiass of the bkin.
For sal tjr all g'xd dualcrs. i
NOTRE OF I7K.nL rt-TTLIIENT.
Notice is hereby glir-n that Otr.o
Ecktrsley, adr.ilui.-.trar .r of ti:e tate
of William J. Kii.-rma(C--r, tlo.-aa.d.
has filed his flaal acceunt as adnil.i-
is;:ator of said bstatu and the couaty
court of Union cjurjty. Oregon, has set
M .it-lay. the 4th day of January, A. D.
3"-.'. ct 2 .einek In l.e afternoon of
s.iil day, nJ Hie c;!.atyftoart room
In tbe court house, La Grande, Or;
gon as the time d place lor hearlr.g
6ald repert and all objections thereto.
Dated at La Grande, Oregon, this
liC Children E
exltzordlnirn sak bargains.
are gokg to put on sak at
Notice of Final Account,
Notice Is hereby given that the un
dersigned ha filed In the county court
of Union county, state of Oregon, hi
final account of his administration of
the estate of J. M. McCall, deceased,
and that the said court .has or
dered that said final account be
heard by said court ac tne usual place
of holding said court at the court
house in La Grande, In said county, .
on the 16th day of February, 1909,
at 10 o'clock a. m. of said day, at
which time and place any person in
terested In said estate may appear and
file objections to said account, If any
Dater, January 9, 1909.
ULYSSES G. COUCH,
Administrator of Said Estate.
RAMSEY & OLIVER. 1-11-2-8
Attorneys for the Estate.
have the best wood In town.
and plenty of It. Full measurement
gauranteed. Real Estate, Loan &
Commission Co. Black & Bramwell.
'Phone Black 1211. tf
RE AD I
There; is a diff-!
crence in bread. !
Have you tried f
ours yet?- If you
have not, you
should. You may
be missing some
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