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eVUXIXG OBSERVER, LA GIIAXDR. OKEGOX, SATIRIAV, nXIUARY 13. 10.
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La Grande Professional
Physician and f.orgeiil.
Bfflca In New Bank Building. Rooms
-' phones- Residence, Main
it; Office, Main 71.
DR. A. L. RICHARDSON,
physician and Burgeon.
Office over Hill's Drug Store.
Office "Phone 1I. Resldenoa Main St
N. MOLITOR. K D.,
Physician and Burgeon.
Corner Adar.s Ave. and Depot BL
Office Main 8 -:- Kesldeace Main 19
Phvatclaas and Burgeons.
Office I Or"ode National Bank
Building. 'Phone Main It.
. T. Bacon, Residence, Main IS.
M. K. Hall, Residence, Main 62.
!. W. E. MOORB
DR. H. C P. MOORS
IlrkfvlIIo Graduates Under Founder.
Office Simmer Balldlng.
TtonuB: Office Main S; Res Main 4
c. Jf. citon, I'll, g., M. i.
physician and Surgeon,
ipetlal attention given to Eye, Ear.
Nose and Throat.
Office In La 3 nude National Bnk
Thonea Office, Main 2; Residence.
Drt. P. A. CHARLTON,
Veterinary Surge D.
Office at Hill's Drug Store, La Grand.
Residence 'Phone Red 701.
0ff!? 'Phone Black 1381.
Independent 'Phone 5!
Both 'phones e.t rtshlonee.
vn. w. h. mi zr,
Graduate Ohio .Statu ITnlvt-rslly.
Vaccination, Dontlatry an.l Surgery,
Of a!1 Klndj Country calls prutnptly
I" ottm lilt AtUiim v-ntie.
Pbonts: Pacific IHoek 1901.
;if Ind.'pendent, 373.
MRS. GRACE McALlHTEK.
Teacher and Manaser.
Telephone Farmer 197.
LRIiOT LO MAX.
618-16 3w.llanJ rsulldiiifr.
For reliable compounds anil careful
prescription work you will do well t
patronize Silverthorn's family drug
4 ED STRINGSMM,
Sale cried on ghost, notice.
No extra charge for dimanre.
LA GRANDE - - - OREGON
Route No. 2 'Phone No. 196x
Fixer sores and "Id chronic sors
should be kept iii healthy condition,
should llot he hivleil entirely, tut
'fhi. Can he done by a p;: Inv; Chnm
l.erlnin's S-tKe. Tl:i saive h.'H ti" stt
pe lor for this purpose ' i
most excellent for elihpped hnnds. sore
nlpph . burns and di- of ilo sUln
For wulo by h 1 1 wood denh is
' llK I.I N I '.
4 Best of service, P,iy Hnd
Muht. Hack fiunl'l.ed for
funerals ami private pa-rb .
PKKa!e transferred I.ny and
NlRht and Sunday.
. Htnwl at I'miVs Clear Store.
;Pi.s- F.l US assaa
Nfgnt I non Ma.u Li.
K. L. 111SSKT.
Of'lce over Hill's Drug Store.
La Grande Oregon
J. C, PRICE. D. M. D.
Room 21, La Grande National flank
Building. 'Phone Black 1991.
TEACHERS OF MUSIC
PROF. E. PORTER DAT, Prlnclpa
La Grande School of Music.
Mrs. Day, assistant. School, 10
Greenwood Ave., one door south of
Adams Ave. 'Phone Black 1831.
MISS STELLA OLIVER,
Teat'lier of Piano and Harmony.
Studio at residence of Turner Olive
corner Fourth and O avenue.
MISS ROSE HOUSE.
Instructor in I'luno, Harmony and
210. North Miruce Street.
La Grande, Oregon.
L. A. PICKLE R.
ivll, Mlnintf, Irrlgatloa Englne4-rla.
F.Htljnau-s, plana and specification!
OfMce iu Rohnenkamp Rutldtns
t Grande - - - - - - Orvjo
C. . THORNTON.
Art hlt.' i and Eui;iiieer.
riurvoylng, Civil and Structural Enu
Twenty Years' Experience.
Office 1107 Adam aveniut. 'Photies
Pnelfic, Main 1. Home Indopetnlt'iit
lliaN.' E. J'M-luran Gc. P. C!sr.
l.a Grande National Bunk Building
.' Grande .... Orcriv
R. II. LLOU.
Attorney at I.v.
'iictlce In all the courts -f the Stat,
and United States.
C. II. CRAWFORD.
Attorney tit Ijiw..
Practices In till the courts oi the Str.t
and United Slates.
Of.'lwv In La .Grande Nation?.! P.ir.i
Building, La Grande, Oregon.
I I.I.I AM M. R.MSi:V.
Attorney anil Counsellor ul Law.
Riioiiih K and 16 Summer Block.
Lit tiriinde Oregon
Tlicy look like
new uhen yen
get Ihcm home.
"B?st by Test"
County Superintendent E. E. Bragg,
issisted by Mrs. F. S. Ivanhoe and
Miss Syra Kuhn aa the examining
hoard, has been busy today grading
mpers turned In hy applicants for
oimty school t'-achers' ' certificates..
I fie "V.irtntinMori. ivere 'l-i:fjet )
'erdiiy, and this morning practically
til of the visiting pedagogues took
,helr departure for their various lo
ulltles. Ot last evening's train sev
eral returned to their homes east und
west of the city, while the Joseph
train carried the north-end delegation
away from the county metropolis.
The Pastime has a really and truly
great film this week. Stirring times In
t)ld Virginia Is a wonderful number
from every standpoint. The cos
tumes are correct and the leading
.'haracters can all be recognized.
Tenerals Grant and Lee and Logan
can all be distinguished at a glance.
The scenes aTe well executed and the
music of the orchestra Is so well
adapted to the stirring scenes that
me can almost smell the smoke of
battle. The darky band still furnishes
-tinging and dancing. Do not full to
-oe this long film. Stirring Times in
Old Virginia can be seen again ihis
A 500-Pound Roar.
A big Berkshire boar, reported
.vcigh 500 pounds, was on Wcdnos
!.ty's express en route to Joseph f,
he loud of Carl W'hilmoro. He un
i thoroughbred porker and will prov,
.iiluable as an addition to Mr. Whit
more's fine stock. Wallowa Sun.
SUNDAY AT THE ClM R !Ii:s.
! $ "I "S 'S "J "J '1 f
I'll?.! Mclhoilist i:i'0ini (liurcli.
Corner M avenue and Font III SI.
'i.induy, Bible school, ijemge Jl.
'tirivy, Biipet Intendent ; 11 a. m.
uornins worship; "A Deadly Enemy.'
At I-' m., class mcetit'g; 6:30 p. m.,
i pworth League, "Fields for I'luij
tian Service" (Lincoln Sunday), b ad-
:, Miss Belle Furguson; 7::i", i-venlng
worship, u special trograiii, subject,
'Liucoln's Unfinished d;k." .bm-
lay, 7:110, Bible st inly class at par
inuge. TlJiirsduy. 7: SO, Normal clash
.,id piayer service. A cordial wel
. line to all. Rv-v. .'. E. Deal, paslnr.
Irsl Presbj tei liiii CI li.
Morning suliject, "The Church und
!c State." In the evening udtli esse
ill b' niude by Attoin.y C. K. Coch
:;.n and Hon. Walter .M. I'iene, or
'George WashiUKton" and "Abraham
..ncoln." Music by the choir. Sun
day school, 9:4.1 a. m.. W. L. Bren
: its. supci intendent , C. E. service,
i.lirt p. m., lender. Ethel Wright; ('. E.
s icial, Wednesday evening at the
I. K. Wriglit home. frayer meeting
I'liuisday, 7:30' p. ni. Sunday school
Institute Friday, 7::i0 p. in., conducted
l.y Rev. J. B. Milligan, 1). I.. synodi
c:il Sunday scliool missionary. Rev.
V. Seemann, D. D-, niinister.
First Baptist Church.
Corner Sixth and Spring. At 9:43,
Sunday school. Dr. J. E. Stevenson,
superintendent; 11, morning worship
Willi sermon on "Redemption ;
.1. V. I. I'. nieetiiiK. led by .Miss Oli
,er, theme, "Life's Bessoas From the
ook of Job." At 7:3". evening wor-
whli .sermon on "Emancipation."
ial me. tiiKs will continue through
at .::;'.'. Conlial welcome
II. Clbson. pastor.
-I. Peter' Chiitvh.
:i :.!;. Holy commi:-
. .'.i;,::iy si h.iui. 1 0 a. 111.:
. !. e. ! I a. III.: Bide i i IsS
. i V'.v.n s.. i. e. : p. ;c.
i , hod- pr.i- : ii e. Fri.l.ty at
u Rev. rpton H. ilibbs.
M. V. liwri It. -oii,'!i.
l:s; I.!,', i- M. S
!: o .tl 1 1 .i. in., and a'so
pi. Quarterly cmfeieneo
" cliiuu it 7:.!'i p. in. Pi !'
T'i : '.. i . , :ii:ig at 7:Si
S tim e! iv
enlnil lien It
. .. a ".
ol ( l-ri-l.
W . 1 1 s
lip. 1 I ,1. 111., sel mull Oil
from Our Past." Y. P. S. 0
p. m. EvaiiS'-lisit service.
O. H. King, minister.
, LuiiIuh Getting Bettor,
I F. P. Lunlus, who was shot laHt
I week. Is reported getting along nicely
and It Ih thought will he up and
j around again within a reasonable time,
the nature of the Injury considered.
lYom OOo to 28o.
On Saturday only, we will sell one
pound of our chocolates, all fluvors,
nut candles and bon-bons, for 28c a
pound. One pound only to each per
son. Every one should get candy
Saturday at this price. '
ll-3t NEYVL1N DRUG CO.
TLA r &&t&
CmB f.r J'M.-ltlr orlh.t Moll unit CliBintc
iw tin iIIkIiit nil Ih-hi ,(,.lnr. A.K 'T I i.ln
t,i4ie. II M'i eniui e :.n vimr tM-lliboi-lnMKl, wnlc
o. Kirinu inline of yonril.'nler. iiit'l .willniil
nu n t-li.. f f liw -r -mIi f rer for - eur tr ul-t
VWTIAS0 H1 BO . 'U'UW eCM "'nwl W
The Tag day announced by ladles
of the M. E. church for next Saturday,
lias been postponed.
BLUE MOUNTAIN HOUSE
T. J. CRAY. Prop.
RATES: $U0, $1.25 and
$1.50. Best 25c meals in
I the city. Beds 25c & 50c
A outside rooms. Board
I and lodge $6. per week,
One block from depot.
ONLY HOUSE IN THE
CITY EMPLOYING WHI7E
HELP ONLY I
TRY OUR SERVICE!
. . WELLS -' .'
If you are thinking
about having a well
well drilled, let us furnish
you with a list of those
for whom we have drilled
wells in Union county.
We understand the j
well business and believe
we can save you money
t and leave you a satis
t factory well.
The Well Driller
You may have title to
your heme and again you j
may only think you have.
Gall at our office and !
let us explain what an
abstract really means.
Ycur ideas rcgarcirg eb- I
straps may be all wrcrg. I
Mary people do not knew
what constitutes an ab-
s;ract, they think that an
abstract is the equivalent
cf a deed.
: . R. OLIJt
la Grande NaUonal Bank I
Your want is placed before thousand or more want-seekers
very say Can you afford to spend one cent per word of your
want au where result are the keynotes?
FOR RENT Light heusekeeplng
rooms; three rooms. 1301 Madison
Ave. 'Phone Black -102. l-9tf
FOR RENT Eleven-room house en
Fourth street, known as Ladd prop
erty. Inquire ef Miss Pauline Led
FOR RENT Seven-room house. In
quire of Mrs. Zuber. lt-tf
FOR RENT Seven-room house; elose
te railroad shops. 'Phone Black
WANTED To sell or exchange 10-
acre fruit ranch in bearing, with
many improvements, forLa Grande
city property. Telephone Black 932.
WANTED Horses for pasture, $S per
month. Hay feed and run to st-aw.
Inquire of J. E. Reynolds.
DRESSMAKER AVanteif all kinds of
sewing, plain or fancy. Mrs. C. E.
Wills. 'Phone Red 1662. 1-20-lm
WANTED Agent for office specialty.
May be -irvassi-r or office .-iprdy
house. Article s lls to every store, ; 4,
factory or home where use of tele
phone Is Important. Wizard Co.,
1210 'Williams Ave., Portland. 2-Ct
WANTED Three waitresses at once.
Experienced preferred, but appren
tices can apply. Good position. Call
nt once at the Model restaurant. tf
WHY NOT TRY
Pn film m's
.'Ives prompt and positive relief 1
avry case. Sold by druggists, Price
11.00. Trial package by mall 10
Vllllams Mfg. Co., Props.
For saU bv
A. T. HILL. Druggist
The finest line of .postal curds in
Union county at
'EWI.1N HOOK & STATIONERY CO.
Did it ever occur to you that as a business
proposition it pays to keep your teeth in normal con
dition? The dentist who has the ability to put your
teeth in the proper condition ar.d KEEP them that way
is the man for you to employ.
I have no specialty in dental work but have taken
advantage of the up-tc-date methods employed in dent
istry and give you the best that my experience and
ability can accomplish.
:J.E. STEVEfMSOW, D. D. S.
FOR SALE Two to four acres et
suburban property, well Improved.
"PhoneUlack 1332, or see E. W,
Kam merer, 2004 Adams avenue.
FOR SALE Small house and a 14 Or.
130-foot lot. Buy from owner and
save commUsItner's tee. Inquire of
J. Bachaat, Cherry street.
Land for Sale.
49 acres of fruit, garden or alfalfa
land for sale cheap if taken toon. C
O. Huffman, R. F. D. 2. La Grande.
FOR SALE 700 tamarack posts, 10c, .
In La Grande. See 1-21-lrr
LA GRANDE INVESTMENT CO.
HOME FOR SALK.
If you want a handy six-room housa
on lot 60x110, with lawn, fruit, out
buildings, cellar .etc., close In, see ma
th is week. Can arrange terms of easy
payments. 130S Penn Avenue. 'Phone
RED 411. O. H. KING.
All the new patterns of decorated!
crepe paper. 18c per' roll, at
NEWLIN BOOK & STATIONERY CO.
A neat 4-room house with 3
lots, woodshed, burn, chicken
park, plenty of garden room,
well and city water; handy to
depot, for $1, 250. 00; K cash,
balance in 2 years. This Is an
excellent buy. ' Phone us today.
VAN IH'YX REALTY CO.
See the Newlin Drug Co. window
for special offer. 2-9-12
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 Lis ankle, and It Is often two
ir three months before he is fully
recovered. Tills is an unnecessary loss
if time, as by applying Chamberlain's
" Iniment, as directed, a cure may as n.
ri.'e be effected less than one
week's time, and in many cases within
three days. Sold by all good dealers.