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EfENlXG OBSERVER, LA GRANDR. OREGON. MONDAY. FF.HIUAHV 13, H0.
TmF AfT flN i &
La Grande Professional
J. Ii. HUBBARD. U. D.
iJrVriTln .Nevr Bank fl.lllng. Hootnn
- 'PhoiiM' Residence, Main
it; Office. Main 71.
DR. A. I RICHARDSON.
F1iy"oian d Hargcok.
Office over Hill's Drug Store.
Office 'Phone 116. Residence Main 65
N. MOLITOR. K D..
PbjrslolM ana Surgeon.
Corner Adams Ave. and Depot St.
Ottloe Main 68 -:- Residence Main 19
Phvricutn and Sargeons.
Cfflce I a Grande National Bank
Building. 'Phoue Main It.
C. T. Bacon, Residence, Main 18.
M. K. Hall,. Residence, Main 62.
til-.. F. E. MOORE
DR. H. C. P. MOORK
aUrksvllle Qraduates Under Founder
Office Simmer Building.
Phones: Office Main 63: lies. Main (4
C. II. FPTON. Pll. .. M. D.
Physician ami Surgeon,
pedal attention given to Kye, Ear,
N'ie and Throat.
Office In La il-nnde ilatlonal Bink
"Pbonea Of fire, Main 2; Residence,
DR. P. A. CHARLTON,
r ' Vetcmiury Surgcm.
Office at Hill's Drug Store, La Grand,
Residence 'Phone Red 701.
Office 'Phono Black 18H1.
K lnr!e.rendi?nt 'Phone 8?.
p'lth 'phopos t residence.
i DH. W, II. KII ET,
Graduate Ohio State University.
Vaccination. Dentistry and Surgery.
of art kinds Country calls promptly
answered. , ,
Office lfll Adams Avcnuf.
i Phones: Pacific Hlack 1901.
MRS. nnACIC McAIJSTER.
Teacher and Manager.
Telephone Farmers 1971.
Attorney at Low.
(Uii-tA Hwntlr.. p!!;!r.S.
For reliable compounds and careful
precrlptlon work you will do well to
patronize Sllverthorn's family drug
Sale cried on sho4. notice.
No extra charge for distance.
LA GRAND K - - - OREGON
Route No. 2 'Phone No. 19xS
Ftvcr sores and old chronic sorei
should In- kept in healthy condition,
vhoi.ld not In- h.-aled entirely, but
'Phi can In- dour tiv applying 'h:i!n
liiTlaln's S:!c 'I'lii- mIw Ikis no jit-e.-lor
tor this pitrpo-c. U 1 also
most i-v.cili tt for chopped hands, vr,.
nipples. Ii'it'lis iitiil di--'ea"' .if the .-km.
For sn!i In all koih! ilea'.' r-
lit S Y S II Cli
V. st of service, Day and
Night. Ilacl-s furnished for
funerals nnd private parties.
Papirace transferred IViy and
Nlcht arol Sifndays.
Htnnd at Paul's Cigar Store.
Phone Red S41
NIRM 'i'tiQ' ( Ml,B".).
E- L. IUi-l.Y.
C. B. CAUTHORN.
" Office .over Hlil'a Drug Store.
La Grande Oregon
J. C. PRICE, D. M. D. '
Room 21, La Grande National Bani
Building. 'Phone Blank 1991.
TEACHERS OF MCSIO
PROF. E. PORTER DAT, Prlnclpa
La Grande School of Music,
Mrs. Day, assistant School, 101
Greenwood Ave., one door south of
Adams Ave. 'Phone Black 1811.
MISS STELLA OLIVER,
Teacher of Piano and Harmony.
Studio at residence' of Turner Olive?
corner Fourth and O avenue.
MISS ROSE HOUSE,
Instructor in Piano, lluriiiony and
21(). North Spruce Street.
La Grande, Oregon.
L. A. PICKLE R.
Civil, Mining, Irrigation Englueis-U.
Estimates, plans and specifications
Ofttce In Uohnenkamp Building.
La Grande ...... Ortgti
C. R. THORNTON.
Architect and Engineer.
Surveying, Civil and Structural Eng'
Twenty Tears' Experience.
Office 1107 Adams aveim. 'Phuin-t
Pacific, Main 1. Home Independent
('has. E. Cochran Geo. P. Cochrai
COCHRAN & COCHRAN,
La Grande National Bank Building
La Grande .... Orogo
R. H. LLOt D.
Attorney at 1jw,
"'rictlee In all tho courts of the Stat'
and United States.
C. II. CRAWFORD.
Attorney at Law.
Practices In all the courts oi tho Ktr.t.
and United States.
Office In La Grande National Banl
tiuiiuing, La urande, Oregon.
WILLIAM M. RAMSEY,
Attorney ami 'ouncllor tit l4i.
Rooms 15 ami 16 Summer Block.
La Grande ------ Oregon
Tlicy look like
new when you
get them home.
Fact. Try us.
1HIU HUIVI1 Wb
While tho JohnHon road bill In at
ractlng much uttontlon from farmers
in Oregon and In view of the fact that
it has paused ono branch of 'the b-gls-Ihtti.ro
and la liable to become a law,
Ti.inii is nil fariiiers of 'j cwin
i.v. believing that bonds mean bond
age, the Blue Mountain Grange, No.
ila, of Ibis county, has adopted thi
following preamble and resolutions, of
Whereas, It ha3 been asserted that
.ve, Patrons of Husbandry, are oppos
ed to road Improvements, because wr
i are) object to mortg.iglng the fu
ture to obtain better roads; and
Whereas, we are In favor of th'
best roads that ran bo had within om
ability to pay for and not be compelled
to transfer our titles of realty to the
Whereas, bonds mean bondage te
'he signers thereof, and the extension
if the credit system, which is decid
edly more profitable to the creilitoi
than to the debtor In most Instances
mil contrary to our declaration of
irinclples to discountenance the mort
gage systems, and
Whereas, It is our opinion tliiH
can and should pay for all the im
proved roads we are able to build eacl
ifur, if honestly and intelli(,'cnil
lone; therefore be It
Resolved, That we are opposed d.
'.'ondinir for any purpose or Increasing
taxes faster than the wealth and pop-
"lation of the county Increases, lie
Moving that an honest and economical
usiness management of each count;
.v-ill suirply all the funds needed foi
very necessary public Improvement
Itliotit shifting any part of the re
sponsibility upon n district, thorobj
eating lnciiia!lt,v of burden ane
MILLIONS OF LIVES I.OsT.
Awful Toll Collected by Consump
If people could only understand thii
catarrh is an Internal scrofula tha
nothing applied externally does mud
good they would not need to l)
.vanied so often about this fatal dis
ase, which, when neglected, Invarl
ihly ends up in consumption, nv thi
inst of millions of lives every year
Vet catarrh Is easily cured if the rigli;
reatmeiit is employed.
Catarrh Is caused by germs In tie
Mood which circulate throughout tin
entire sy.-tem. External remedies giv.
ant temporary ease. Although tin
effects are often seen In tho form o
pimples, rash, eczema or dry scaly
skin, the trouble Is internal, and can
"ever be cured by external remedies.
Tho only way tn cure catarrh Is by
employing a medicine which is ab-
,.,1 -in.l o.. .-.....J !;.- .. !;!.,a,l to a!
parts of the system, so that the mu
cous membrane or internal lining of
the body is thoroughly medicated
ioothcil, disinfected of germ mutter
and the soreness healed.
Wo have a remedy prepared from
the pt esei lpllon of a physician win
for .10 years studied and made catarrh
a specialty and whose record of suc
cess was a cute in every case when
his treatment was followed as pre
scribed. That remedy Is ltoyall Mucu
Tone. We are so positive that It will
nil.' catarrh in all it -4 various forms,
whether acute or chionto. that we
promise to return every penny paid us
fer the nu 'ii.
it fails to ciita
not sati-fy tin
We ve.iu: v.
Ten.- .01 :
ga 1 1:1 till '
olei.-l o I
In every I
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1.1 11 y 1 :i-n ill M ucti- j
1 muiind.i 1 ion nnd
a re riglit hero w her,- j
, . te t vac' r
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a cure. of
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1 M! MM i: Iv
I ad R.i-trem rii-t- :il Elgin
in l;ocoii 4 o!ilcl.
Clgiii. K. 0 I.'.. Mis
FOR JANUARY .
will tell you something you
may not know about Farming,
Fires, Pearl Fishing, Pills,
Woman's Invasion, Flying
Machines, and Actors.
It will give you lots of good short
stories and beautiful pictures.
You'll like it. Get one to-day.
LOOK rOI THE fATCHWOBK COVEI
Inmo tiT furlflr urthrwt boil and rtlm
nr uu I'Ui.'air t n.l l.vt .ikti. A-k for tn
Siit. If iinl omul o in mir iiclitliltortHMMt, nU
h n t vi tin limn of mtr lnl r. f tii U mat
fu a ini k oHIitmw'ln irvr for 'ariroui.l.
WTUfiO SiU C0.. POKTUNQ, CU.CCM. M SCUNL WAfr
! BLUE MOUNTAIN HOUSE
T. J. CRAY, Prop.
k ft 1 Lb: )i.uu, ana
; $1.50. Best 25c meals in j
the city. Beds 25c & 50c f.
!' an i J . r I
w nu vuiiiue rovms. oodru
I and lodge $6. per week, 4
t One block from depot.
I ONLY . HOUSE IN WE
I CITY EMPLOYING WH11E I
I HELP ONLY I
I TRY C UR SERVICEf
If you are thinking
about having a well
well drilled, lei us furnish f
you with a list of those
for whom we have drilled
wells in Union county.
We understand the
well business and believe
we can save you money
and leave you a satis
R. A. WEST.
j The Well Driller
You may have title to j
your heme and again you
may only think you have.
Gall at our office and
let us explain what an
abstract really means.
Your ideas regarding ab-
stracis may be all wrong.
Many people do not know
what constitutes an ab- ;
stract, they think that an ;
abstract is the equivalent
of a deed.
J V e.
I We Want
Your want m placed befors a thousand or mora want-teekeu
very dayCan you afford to spend ona cent per word of your
want all whe:e result are the keynotes?
POR RENT Light houseksopiag
rooms; three rooms. 1301 Madtaon
Ave. 'Phone Black 402. l-tf
FOR RENT Eleven-room house en
Fourth street, known as Ladd prop
erty. Inquire oi Miss Pauline Led
FOR RENT Seven-room house. Ia
quire of Mrs. Zuber. lt-tf
FOR RENT Seven-room house; elose
to railread shops. 'Phone Black
WANTED To sell or exchange .10
acre fruit ranch In bearing, with
many improvements, forLa Grande
city property. Telephone Black 32.
WANTED Horses tor pasture, $3 per
month. Hay feed and run to straw.
Inquire of J. E. Reynolds.
DRESSMAKER Wanted all kinds of
sewing, plain or fancy. Mrs. C. E.
Wills. 'Phone Red 1882. 1-20-lm
WANTED Agent for office specialty.
May he ,;rvassei- or office ctpnly
house. Article sella to every store,
factory or home where use of tele
phone is Important. Wizard Co.,
1210 Williams Ave., Portland. 2-6t
WANTED Three waitresses at once.
Experienced preferred, but appren
tices can apply. Good position. Call
at once at the Model restaurant. tf
WHY NOT TRY
.'Ives prompt and positive relief f
evry case. Sold by druggists. Price
$1.00. Trial package by mall 10
Villlums Mfg. to., Props.
For gali- hy
A. T. HILL. Druggist
The finest line of postal cards In
Union county at
NEWLIN BOOK Sc STATIONERY CO.
Did it ever occur to
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 and KEEP them that way
is the man for you to employ.
1 have no specialty in dental work but have taken
advantage of the up-to-date methods employed in dent
istry and give you the best that my experience and
ability can accomplish.
FOR SALE Two to four acres - e
suburban property, well Improved,
'phoncttlack 1532, or aca ' E. W.
Kam merer. 2004 Adams avenue. (
FOR SALE Small house and a 140s
110-foot lot. Buy from owner and
save commissioner's fee. Inquire of
J. Bachaat, Cherry street. -'
Liana for Sale. ' ,
40 acres of fruit, garden or alfalfa
land for sale cheap If taken soon. ' C
D. Huffman, R. V. D. 2. La Grande. ,
FOR SALE 700 tamarack posts, 10c,
in La Grande. See l-21-ln
LA GRANDE INVESTMENT CO.
HOME FOR SALE.
If you want a handy six-room house-
on lot 60x110, with lawn, fruit, out
buildings, cellar ,etc, close In, see me
this week. Can arrange terms of easy
payments. 1308 Penn Avenue. 'Phon
RED 411. O. H. KING.
All the new patterns of decorated
crepe paper. ISc per roll, at
NEWLIN BOOK & STATIONERY CO.
A neat 4-room house with 3
lids, woodshed, barn, chicken
park plenty of garden room,
well and city water; handy to
depot, for $1,250.00; M cash,
balance In -2 years. This Is an
excellent buy. ' Phone us today.
See the Newlin Drug Co. window
L' .... I
for special offer.
A Sprained Ankle.
As a rule a man will feel well satis
fled if he can hobble around oa
rutches in two or three weeks after
spraining his nnkle, and it is often two
r three months before he Is fully
ooovered. This Is tin unnecessary loss
if time, as by applying Chamberlain's
. Inlment, as directed, a cure may as a
ru'e be effected less 'than one
week's time, and In many cases within
three days. Sold by ell good dealers.
you that as a business
La C'rzcdf- N2tior,sl Bank I
:J.E. STEVENSON, D. D. S.
I 1 in.
Kist'Tii oieg.,11 Orat ni.l
i'ei dl. t.01 in May.