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La Grande Professional
J. H. HVBBAKD. M. D. ,
H'ffioe in New Bank Building. Booms
f 'Phones Residence, Main
it; Office, Main 71.
DR. A. L. RICHARDSON.
PhysiclM and Burgoo.
Office over Hill's Drug Store.
Office 'Phone 1I6. Residence Mtln t5
N. MOLITOR. K 0.,
Physician and Surgeon,
Corner Adams Ave. and Depot St.
tfftce Main 68 -: Residence Main
BACON ft HATik
. FhTlcla-a and Surgeon.
ptfloe I a Grande National Bank
Building. 'Phone Main 19.
JC T. Bacon, Residence, Main 18.
M. K. Hall, Residence, Main 62
P. V. US. MOORE
DR. H. C P. MOORB
.f Irksvlile Graduate Under Founder
Office Somrr.er Building.
.Tliones Office Main 63; Res. Main M
C. U. I'P'JtiN, I'll. ., M. 1.
IMiysli ian and Surgeon.
V"'lal attention given to Eye, Ear,
Nose and Throat.
Office in La vl-anie Vational Bink
-'Phones Office, Main 2; Residence,
V k,l tfiilSA Y S V llGbAJStt.
' DR. P. A. CHARLTON.
Veterinary Surge n.
(Office st Hill's Drug Store. La Orand.
Residence 'Phone Red 701.
ptflee 'Phone Black 1361.
Independent 'Phone 6?.
Both 'phones .t residence.
DR. W. H. RII EY,
Graduate Ohio State University.
- Vaccination, Dentistry and Surgery
tit aH klndj Country calls promptly
Ofrire nil Adnms Avenue.
Phones: Pacific Black 1901.
MRS. GRACE McALISTER.
Teacher and Manager. .
t Teltphon-Farroer 197.
A Sprained Ankle.
As a rule a man will feel well satis
fied if he can hobble around on
crutches In two or three weeks after
spraining his ankle, and it is often two
or three months before he is fully
recovered. This Is an unnecessary loss
f time, as by applying Chamberlain's
Liniment, as directed, a cure may as a
rule be effected less than one
week's time, and In many cases within
three days. Sold by all good dealers.
BURGER and SEVERS0N j
La Grande, Ore. Phone
' Main 91 I
I Real Estate and f
I Loans, Fire and J
! Life Insurance.
N. B. Long Distance Col- ?
I lection a Specialty ;
i OVER NEWL1N DRUG CO.
"About 10 years ago my brother
vm 'held up' In his work, health anil
happiness by what was believed to b-
hopeless consumption.", writes W. ?:.
Jjipscomb. of Washington. N. '. "lit.
took nil kinds of remedies and treat-
u.eiil from several doctors, but lounajlbe application of Chamberlain's j
BO help till he used Dr. Kin?'? New Salve will Instantly allay this Itching
Discovery nd was wtiolly cured . byund many ess. huve been cured by i'
t dravK ths Jury list, which task use. Fur sale by all good dealers.
C. B. CAUTHORN,
Of'lce over Hill's Drug Store.
La Qraide Oregon
J. C. PRICE, D. M. D.
Room 28, La Grande National Bam
Building. 'Phone Black 19(1.
TEACI1KH8 OF MUSIC
PROF. E. PORTER DAT, Prlnclpa
La Grande School of Music.
Mrs. Day, assistant. .School, mr
Greenwood Ave., one door south of
Adams Ave. 'Phone Black 1831.
MISS STELLA OLIVER,
Teacher of Piano and Harmony.
Studio at residence of Turner 01ive
corner Fourth and O avenue.
. MI.SS ROSE HOUSE,
Instructor in piano, Harmony anil
2105 North Spruce Street.
La Grande, Oregon.
L. A. PICKLE K.
C'Hll, Alining, Irrigation Eutriueiiii,
Estimates, plans and specification
Ofce in BohnenKamp Building.
Iji (Grande ...... orrn,
t . It. THORNTON.
rclikeci ami KuliK-er.
Survuying. Civil arid Structural EnrI
Twenty Years' Experience.
Office 1107 Adams aenii(-. Ph ref
Pacific, Main 1. Home Independent
I has. K. Cochran Geo. P. (octins.'
COCHRAN ft COCHRAN,
La Grande National Bank Building.
La GianJe ...... Oreo
R. II. LLO"i D.
Attorney at Lw.
'rietfce in all the courts of the Statt
and United States.
Elgin ------ Oregon
C II, CIW WFORl),
" Attorney at Law..
Practices In all the courts of the St.-:t
and United States.
Office In La Grande National Bant
Pudding, La Grande, Oregon.
I.EROY LOM AX.
Attorney at Law.
615-16 Swetland Building.
Portland . Oitor.
LOST A lady's watch and fob, on
streets of this city. Fob engraved
"II. O. M." Return to this office and
reeelve reward. 2-ltf
A Common Cold.
We claim that If catching cold could
be avoided some of the most danger
ous and fatal diseases would never be
heard of. A cold often forms a culture
bed for germs of Infectious diseases.
Consumption, pneumonia, diphtherin
and scarlet fever, four of the most
dangerous and fatal diseases, are of
this class. The culture bed formed by
the cohl fsvors the development of the
germs of these diseases, that wouh:
not otherwise find lodgment. Then
is little danger, however, of any o.
these disease being connected ei
good expectirtnt cough niedlc'n.
!iKe Ch.ntil'crhiin'. Remedy i
(tseil. cleans out these ciiltinv b
th'U favor 'the di'velopmetit of tlf
germs "f these diseases. That Is h
this I'eint dy h is provi d so uiiiveis. l
fly suee-sful In preventing pneumonia
lit not on'y cures your cold l. kl
'but tninimixes the risk of contract!!-
th e dangerous diseases. V
i all good dealer.
or sale hv
I I r Tliut Tert-if b iiinr,
Ei .enu. t.itet and salt rhe.iu. ke
.their victims in perpetual to:-mei'
While the center of the valley
the worst sandstorm In the history of
the county yesterday judging from
reports by pioneers the night settled
trie wind thai has been blowing for
!'. In La. Uraiido. too. The tern pel a
ture dining the night varied between
53 and 40 above, an extremely high
point for a February night.
island l ity was given a touch of
sandstorm yesterday, demonstrating
how near the storm was general In the
valley. On fhe Sandrldge inhabitants
were menaced for several hours by the
constant hammering of the s-tnd.
TIIK 1MKTOH OF OSTKOPATHY.
Wliat His Title Means Hmv He Gels
It Particular Abilities Acquired In
Ills Lou); Career.
tne gradnate of a recognized col
lege of osteopathy, after a long and
exhaustive study of the highest au
thorities in anatomy, physiology, jmth
ology, diagnosis, therapeutics, and all
Kindred branches, is awarded a dip'o
ma that gives him the legal right t;
l"u title of Dostor of Osteopathy.
That is the only title that he wishes,
for he makes no pretense of p-aclii
ing medicine, the word ms-diclnc being
s' nerally accepted as meaning drugs
' -' ni'tjreviati'in , of thi title of
doctor of osteopathy Is l. O., nr.d thi
oi ovlm e of the D. (. Is to help nuttif
i-i the human body, to right herself.
He believes that drugs are not, old;
i nnei-essiiry, but dis.luetlv damaeini
and that tl.e body is a very pt i fe( t
machine tjiat will run along smooth!'.
It! supplied with proper fuel (food).
a:d If none of the parts get out of po
im wime uie most perfect or tun
cuiiies, n ,s Uia,( lny niost tteltcate, ani
derangement of Its. parts can hi
brou&ht about In scores of ways. Falls,
Jars, strains, undue exert Ions, and lo
cal contractions or relaxations due t
changes In temperature, are only a few
of the tilings that may cause troubh
in this delicate mechanism. Some
times the effects are Immediately ap
parent, sometimes long delayed.
it is for the especial work of find -
lug the derangement and rectifying it
that the osteopathic physiiean Is
trained. He Is a master mechanician,
.nd when any-thin is wronr with n
machine It , the master mechanician,
whose services should he called In. V
some nttie pan has slipped out o
Piace. the resulting trouble may be at
a u.Mttnt part oi the mect-anism, an,
,1 l.,.1 1.1 1 . I
...n utrr u urn- u -ri I vwiiTiii lit
likely to attempt repairs in the wrong
place and work fruther damage. Bui
the skilled workman does nothing un
til he has made thorough examination
and found that little nnvt that hm
slipped out of place. Then his train
lug enables him to replace It. That li
the work of the osteopathic physician
Red cow with speckled face, has T
t. with circle-bar on right side, an
I. D. on left side. 'Phone Farmc
T. F. SHERWOOD.
LOST A reward will be paid for the
return of a laundry bag lost from
the clothes line, to 1602 Seventh
street. Mrs. J. H. Dupes.
WANTED Agent for office specialty
May be .;pvasser or office fipnly
house. Article sells tn every store
factory or home where use of tele
phone Is I utant. Wizard Co.
1210 ii'' .i,ve-i Portland. 2-6t
? !i Truuhlp Cured.
it .. .e any trouble with youi
iton you should take Chamber
lains Stomach and l.tvcr Tablets Mr.
T. P. K'.ote of K.'.Iim, Mo., says: "1
;ave used a itrcfit many different med
cln.-s for stomach trouble, but fine
'hiiniberi.iin's Stomach and Elver
'ablet? more e riefiela! than any other
remedy I ever used." For sale bv
I r'eid dealer.
j l.uino Slioultler.
I This Is a common form of muscular
j riietim.it.iurn. No Interna) treatment if
(needed. Apply Chamberlain's I.lnl
I ruent fre.-ly three times dav and i
quick cur is certain.
has proven especially
Sold by all
treasuky ii;pakt.u ext,
Office of the- Omiptii'llcr of lle
Washington, D. C Oct. IS.
Notice Is hereby given to 1 1
person who may have cl:itiiia
UK.ilnbt "The Farmers & Trad-
ers National ''" bunk of La
Grande," Oregon, that the same
must be pr'-i'cn'ed to Walter
XieJner, Receiver, with the le
ffal proof thereof within three
months from this dat, or they
may he disallowed.
LAWRENCE u. MrnUAY,
Comptroller of tilt.- (.'i-.i' iuj'.
XOIICK OF TRI STKirs SALE.
S"nled bids will be received by the
undersigned trustee, until six o'clock
p. m.. on Saturday, the 6th day of
February, 1909, for the J. W. Serf-
ber residence property In 1m Grande,
Oregon, the same being lots 1 and 2
In block 2 of Grandy'A addition to Iii
Gran tie, with Itnproyccionts '. ,t,h reon.j
This is one of the -..most deslrsblej
..... .. .: :.- , ;.. : .1
liruper.ies in wie I'HX anu is reuso."Uur
worth 36,000.00. , v
' Any or all bids may be rejected; so
make your bid for the amount you ure
willing to pay. For Inspection of th.
property call on the Undersigned at
room 28, La Grande National Banh
Building, La Grande.
J. F. PHY.
d 1-23-2-6 Trusu
Compleie nircMiiiiK Outfit.
For sale at a bargain. Has been
in nh-mt 100 days. Time given, on
i proved security.
LA GRANDE INVESTMENT ft1
of that prospective real es
tate purchase is an absolute
.lecessity if you wish to avoid
puying a defective title, for an
DSlfaCt frOITl US Will 'lVe yOU
. f.ntrrsnALn i , ,
r complete a .J guaranteed
accurate history of the DTGu
jrty. Reasonable charges.
lespatch and guaranteed ac
-urav.a fflw nf thn rMcnne
Arhy you should patronize
U-GRANDE INVESTMENT CO
Fa m Hrtl Rtnlr
Owners of the only complete
and up to date abstract of
Jnion County Records
Kansas hard wheat
f!our is unexcelled fo
cakes and pastries. This
bakery has that kind cf
flour and the test pas-
and bread in the 2
If net a CLStcmer f
now, get in line and have
the best there is.
ROYAL BAKERY 1
! ' J
Your want i p'sced It fere
evoi v iiaj Ciri you a(Ioiu
war.t so whe.e rtkults are
FOR RENT Light housekeeping
rooms; three rooms. 1301 Madlsun
Ave. 'Phono Bluclt -102. .1 9tf
FOR RENT Eleven-room house Oil
Fourth street, known as Ladd prop
. erty.Tpiiulie i;f MIhj Paulino Lcd
' eric.-"' '-' 1 ' l-H-6t
F6R WENT Seven-room house. In
quire of Mrs. Zuber, ' ; 18-tf
WANTED vilrl to do general house
work. ' Apply at 902 Pennsylvania
Ave., In the morning bfitwecn 9 and
WANTED To sell or exchange 10-
acre fruit ranch in bearing, with
many Improvements, forLa Grande
city property. T H pl.one Black
WANTED lfurs. s for pasture, $3 per
month, Hay feed and run to semv.
lixiulie of J, E. Heyno'iis.
DRESSMAKER Wanted all kinds of
sculnir, plnln or fancy. Mrs. C E.
Wills. 'Phone Red 1662. 1-20-lm
Brave I'i:c I addles '
oft'-n receive severe burns, putting out
fires, tin n us': Bucklen's Arnica Salve
nnu Ull- ll UM-lll. 11 PVUll uiives Will
pain. For burns, s- a'ils, wounds, cuts,
and bruises it Is earth's greatest heal-1
er. Quickly cures skin eruptions, old
sores, boils, ulcers, felons; best pile
cure made. Relief Is Instant. 25c at
Newlin's drug store.
WHY NOT TRT
Pop!) a Hi's
t;ives prompt and positive relief i
evry case. Sold by druggists, Prlc
11.00. Trial pa..kege by mail 10
WlMliimt Mfg. Co., Props.
For sal. hr
A T. HILL. Orugg'.Kt
. WELLS ' .'
If you are
J about having
well drilled, let us furnish liatlsmi ktmbag0 and tfred( wornout
J you with a list of those J!""- l- Tht!y purl
1 f.v the blood. Sold by Silverthorn
for whom we have drilled
wells in Union county.
We understand the
well business and believe
we can save you money
J and leave you a satis
i factory we!!.
The Well Driller
Sale cried on short notice.
No extra charge for distance.
LA GRANDE - - - OREGON
Route No. 2 'Phone No. I6x6
Hav you read ''Colonel Great
Heart?" or "Friendship Village ?"
At Ferguson's. jfl.jt jaty( OrtfOB.
a thnusnnrl or more want-seekers
to spt.nd cr.e cnr.l per word of your
the kfyno'-esV , .
FOR S.iLE Two to four
suournau property, well Improvtd
i'honeracl-;'iI5S2, or see E. y
Kain merer. 20U4 Adams avenue.
FOR SALEr-r-Small house and a UDi
189-foot lot. Buy from owner i0ll
a e coniini'fsir.iier'a - Inquire o(
j. Haciiatit, ;.Jterry street
"-. - titunl for Sale.-
ii acres of .fruit, garden or alfelti
lanti Tor sale ohr-'a;f If talc cn soon. fj.
O. Huffman, u. Jr. D. 2. La Grand.
i FOI SAfK-A, good Jersoy cow. 1
quire at. Iiutirs. bakery, on Fir street
. FOR SALE Two- modern
and one vacant lot; very reasonable
if taken at once. 'Phone Red 1H1.
700 tamarack posts, 10c,
In La Grande. See 1-21-lm
l.A GRANDE INVESTMENT CO.
j I .hi'.'k 1641.
Fresh Jersey cow. Call
A IV. o years' Lease.
n 2 acres contnlnlng straw- 4
berries, goosehenies, currants
and small cherry trees In bear-
Ing. One ac re planted to pota-
toes last year netted $70. Irrl-
gation furnished free. Small
barn: good two-room house, all
(sl ...,.ii.i . .
v In good walking distance from
postoffice. Make an offer be-
fore Friday. The Van ;tuyn
I lenity Co. Both 'phones. 4
! TMIir linilllT I 111 ttmiyr
I bin muuniAin nuuM
T. J. GRAY, Prop.
RATES: $i.G0, $1.25 and
; ji.su. ae st zsc meals in
the city. Beds 25c & 50c
PM outside rooms. Board
I and lodge $6. per week, l
I One block from depot.
$ ONLY HOUSE IN THE
i CITY EMPLOYING WHITE l
f tltLF ONLY
Till 0 0 H S E H V I C f
Piueuies for the kidneys are little
vol Jen globules which act directly on
''e kidneys. A trial will convince you
l -quick results for backache, rheti'
BUSSICY'S IIACK LINE.
Rest of service, Day and
Nltiht. Hacks furnished for
funerals and private parties.
Baggage transferred Day and
Night and Sundays.
Stand at Paul's Cltjar Store.
'Phone Red. I4i
Night 'Phone Ma n 25.
e. l. nuspEr. '
Fever sores and old chronic sores
phould be kept in healthy condition,
should not he healed entirely. but
Thli can he done by applying Cham
berlain's Salve. This salve has no su
perior for this purpose. t. Is al
most etrcellrnt for chapped hands, sors
nipples, burns and diseases of the skin.
For sale by all good dealers.
llei-e's a Snap.
A 10-acre fruit tract, all fenced:
one mile northeast of Cove:-six acr
set to apples and cherries; sma"
cheap barn and house; well and other
water. Also horse, buggy, single har
ness and some tools. Must be soli
soon. Address Lock Box 71, Isln