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JSEUVEIL LA GRAND OREGON, FRIDAY. FEBRUARY f, Hot.
fJT" PAC35 TWO.
J. H. HUBBARD. M. D.
Physician and B'urzMiiii
trtfioe In New Bank Building. Room
te- 'Phone'. Residence, Main
it; Office, Main 71.
DR. A. L. RICHARDSON,
physician ami burgcu.
Office over Hill's Drug Store.
Office 'Phone 116. Residence Main (ft
N. MOLITOR, U D..
Plijrslctftn and Surgeon.
Corner Adams Ave. and Depot St.
Otflos Mala 68 -:- Residence Main 19
. BACON HAT-L.
pvslciiis and Burgeona.
Office I. A Grande National Bank
Building. 'Phone Main 18.
. T. Bacon. Residence, Main 18.
M. K. Hall. Residence, Main 8t.
V, E. MOORB
DR. H. C. P. MOOR
Klrkavllle Graduates Under Founder
Office Bomnw Building,
rnonee: Office Main 83; Roe. Main 64
O. II. UPTON, I'll. M. D. .
Pliyslcluii and Burgeon,
peclal attention given to Bye, Ear,
Nose and Throat.
Office In La G-ande National Bink
Yhones Office, Main 2; Residence,
DR. P. A. CHARLTON.
Veterinary Surge n.
Office at Hill's Drug Store, La Grand
Residence 'Phoitj Red 701.
Office 'Phone Black 1881.
Independent 'Phone It.
Bath 'phones .t residence.
DK.'W. H. RII EY,
Graduate Ohio State University.
Vaccination, Dentistry and Surgery
ef aH kind. Country calls promptly
f?-. Of rice 14M, Atjanij Avenue.
Phonei" Pacific Mack iibl.
PR. T. W. HIROEIL, M. I). C.
Office Red Cross Drug Store.
Phones: Faclfle, Main 4. Home, 131.
La Grande - - - - Oregon
MRS. GRACE MeALISTER.
Teacher ad Manager.
Telephone Farmers 17C.
! A Attorney at Law.
'' 61E-16 Shetland Building.
Portland ... - - Oregon
DAILY OBSERVER 65c; a Month
Popular music of the best grade, six sheets
for $1 .00 for a few days only.
Remembsr we carry the World's Best Pianos,
Weber, GhiskeringHazeltonand Kimball and
can furnish you with any other kind that ycu
may ask for.
Prices right, terms easy. Full line of sma 1
BRRMWELL MUSIC CO.
PHOiVE BLACK 107t.
C. B. CAUTHORN. ;
Of'lce over Hill's Drug Store.
La Oraide Oregon
J. C. PRICE. D. M. D.
Room 28, La Grande National Banl
Building. 'Phone Black 1991.
TEA CI IE ltS OF MUSIC
PROF. E. PORTER DAT, Principal
La Grande School of Music.
Mrs. Day, assistant. School, 10!
Greenwood Ave., one door south of
Adams Ave. 'Phone Black 1821.
MISS STELLA OLIVER,
Teacher of Piano and Harmon.
Studio at residence of Turner Olivet
corner Fourth and O avenue.
MISS ROSE i HOUSE,
Instructor in Piano, llaniiony and
Technic. , ,
8105 North Spruce Street.
- La Grande, Oregon.
L. A. PICKLER.
Civil, Mining, Irrigation Engineerta.
Estimates, plans and specification
OfNce In Bohnenkamp Bulldtug.
La Grande Orego
U R. THORNTON.
Architect and Engineer.
Surveying, Civil and Structural Engl
Twenty Tears' Experience.
Office 1107 Adams avenue. 'Phone!
Pacific, Main 1. Homo Independent
Chaa. E. Cochran Geo. P. Cochra
COCHRAN & COCHRAN,
La Grande National Bank Building.
' : R. II. LLOiD.
Attorney at Law.
"rictlce in all the courts of the Stat,
and United States.
Elgin ...... Oregon
C. H. CRAWFORD.
Attorney at Inw.
rractices in all trie coirts of the Str.t
and United States.
Office in La Grande National BanV
Building, La Grande, Oregon.
WILLIAM M. RAMSEY,
Attorney and Counsellor at I.aw.
Rooms 15 and l(f Sommer Block.
La Grande Oregon
BISHOP O'RIELLY VISITS
WITH UMATILLA IMS
Pendleton, Ft 25. The East Ore
gonlan iast night related the follow
ing: Yesterday marked a happy event In
the annals of St. Andrew's school
when thol Rt. Ruv. 1 Bishop C. 'j.
O'Reilly began his visitation.
Within a mile of the old mission
church the carriage of the bishop was
escorted by many Indians on horse
back. As they approached the church
the bishop and the Rev. Father Neato.
S. J., superior of the mission, alighted
from the cvarrlage. Midst the ringing
of the old mission bell and the music
of the school band the bishop was
greeted by the venerable bid mission
ary Jesuit of the northwest, the Rev.
Father Cataldo, S. J., who with cru
cifix aloft, headed a long procession
of the Indians of the reservation.
The reverend bishop vested In his
pontifical robes and crosier In hand,
and escorted by the Rev. Fathers Ca
taldo and Neate, made his way to the
old mission church. Here he deliv
ered an eloquent discourse to the In
TOM RICHARDSON TO VISIT
Tom Richardson, peer of boosters
and not unknown in La oYande, will
be In this city next Monday according
to advices received by President -Collier
of the Commercial club. The
famous publicity manager of the
Portland Commercial club, will spend
Sunday at Hot Lake, and the day fol
lowing he Is anxious to meet the busi
Charles Playle, the Allcel wheat
buyer, was In the city today, stating
that first-class bluestem would com
mand 81.02 per bushel, but it would
make no difference if the price was
)5 per bushel as there was none in
the valley to be had at -any price.
One thing, Mr. Playle stated, that by
clearing up the present old stocks
everywhere, the new crop would stand
a better chance of starting off at a
good price than for the past few
1! THIS CITY
O. V. Rner, the fireman ktlUd ln
the wreck near Colfax, on the Wash
ington division of the . K. & N., last
niirht. was for several weeks tempo-
.1... i nVi ,-!
. i;-m ,t in- nil...
. office. Many here
i. i- iln vouns man. It was
;:i.c last fall when the tlvn
:,K. nt, L. F. Mussee. was out
L-rri.,ii,h Vl,.n the
tui a mi M,uy..i. - -
regular agent returned. -Mr. uner re
mained In Ln Grande a short time,
going to WaHa Walla, and later back
L.f f-ll, ". .... .... ,
a fireman's run out of Starbuck.
Kecenuy ne wu
Longboat and Slirobb.
Buffalo. N. Y., Feb. 25. Tom Long
boat, the Indian runner who has de-
J feated all cri-is al the M.ir.itliou dis
tance, will try a shorter cnurse tonight
when he races Aufred Shrubb, the
English long distance crack, for 13
miT-a f.r nnrao nf 17500. lxineboat.
by this greater endurance, recently de
feated Shrubb at the Marathon dis
tance, but he will have to run the
dians,, the Rev. Fnther Cataldo, S. J..
acting ins Interpreter. i
The eloquent blshop-ilfter expres
sions of joy at such a manifestation of
faith, exhorted them to loyalty to their
Ood,! to thelrjchureh and gratitude to
the good missionary Jesuit futhers and
sisters of ft. Frances, who have la
bored so zealously In their behalf.
After the discourse the bishop Im
parted to them his episcopal blessing
and then, ns Is the custom of the Ro
mun Catholic church, ench knelt down
and kissed the episcopal ring to show
thereby their allegiance to hi? author
ity. w '
The afternoon was spent by a meet
ing of all the Catholic Indians of the
reservation at which the bishop pre
sided. . .
After the meeting the bishop Im
parted some words of encouragement
before their departure to their homes.
The bishop will remain In their midst
until Sunday. Difrlng this interval
he will Instruct the Indians and en
courage the zealous missionary father
and sisters In their noble undertaking.
- ' , r
ness men of La Grande. That he will
be In the city Is in itself an interesting
facl, for Tom Richardson Is a name
known to every man and woman In
the? entire northwest.
The place of meeting and plans for
his entertainment will be perfected by
the local Commercial club at a board
meeting to be held In the Interim.
greatest race of his life to win a vic
tory over the Englishman over the
First Court Saturday.
London, Feb. ' 25. King Edward
and Queen Alexandra will- give the
first court of the season on Saturday,
when several Americans will be pre
sented. Among them will be the
Countess of Granard, formerly Miss
Mills of New York, and Mrs. Arthur
Orr, wife of the third secretary of the
American embassy. It is stated that
Darius O. Mills, the grandfather of
the Countess of Granard, will present
her with a magnificent mansion In
London as a wedding gift, but the
choice has not yet been made.
Rorri, in La Grande yesterday eve
ning a son to Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Wnl
mim. Horn, In La Grande, February 22,
1909, to Mr. and Mrs. A. Thomas, a
Horn, In Ln Grande, February 23,
1909, to Mr. uuil Mrs. Ed D. Johnson,
ELECTRICITY OX THE
Orcgtm Rank Third n to Quantity
The Pacific coast has ever been
foremost in the development and use
of electricity. A recent tabulation of
figures shows that California rafiks
first in the amount of electric power
generated in that section of the coun
try, with 520. S43 kilowatts. The an
nual output of Washington Is 123, SS2
kilowatts. Oregon has an output of
n,r!" kilowatt. Arizona ranks next
an 1 Nexad.i takes' fifth place on the
The largest percentage of electricity
generated by water power Is developed
In the state of Washington. In this
state 28.517 kilowatts are genersted
by steam. 3S0 kilowatts by gas, and
95.0S5 kilowatts by water power. In
California 156.539 kilowatts are de
veloped by steam, 11.569 by gas and
347.735 by water. Oregon's develop
ment by water is even lews proportion
ately. first Application.
The first application of electric
heating for household use was the
electric flatiron. Now there are hun
dredsof thousands of flaTlrons in pri
vate homes and laundries.
I We Want
I Our Want
Your want is placed before a thousand or more want-seelcer
I every day Can you afford to spend one cent per;word of your I
want ad where result are the keynotes? I
FOR RENT Seven-room house. In
quire of Mrs. Zuber. 18-tf
FOR RENT Four-room cottuge.
quire of Mrs. Zuber.
WANTED Horses for" pasture, 83 er
month. Hay feed and run to straw.
Inquire of J. (E. Reynolds.
WANTED Help wanted In small
family. Call at this office or 'phone
Red 1321. . 8-22tf
WANTED A young girl to assist In
general housework. Call 902 Penn.
avenue, mornings, Between 8 and 12.
Mrs. William Ash. .
LOST AND FOOTD.
FOUND A stilt case on the road near
Moss chapel. Owner may recover
same by caHIng at this office and
paying for this notice.
LOST A small black purse with sil
ver and Jewelry, In this ' city last
night. Finder leave at this office.
'Ironn for erririu oi'thr.t Soil ni'l l linistf
in ..11 ill..iy l ''' ilfiiiiM-". A-U '. 5n
liA il. II " in : ctv ri-liilitorlMMl, wr.l;
ili, fctvln" lMti-,1" if -r l,'i't''l'. nl''l no K - !( in'
vnl A '-kft lit ('!, T .. ' irrt, f.-r v,.ur trnl'li
I take this manner In Inform-
Ing the voters of La Grande that
. I am a candidate for marshal of
this city at tVie coming city elec-
tion and respectfully Bollclt
their consideration. 4
A Noted Woman. .
Roston's city chemist and bacteri
ologist is a woman. Miss E. Marion
.Wade, the holder of this Important po
sition, was for years analytical chemist
In the research laboratory of the Gen
eral Electric company. .
Hundreds of satisfied pat
rons tell the story of i a c
ccssful dental practice Then
the price, too, cuts"some
figure. EXTRACTING 50
cents (not a dollar.)
I J. E. STEVENSON, D. D. S.
, ............... -
FUJI SAi,ii two to rour acres et
suburban property, well Improvia,
fhoneUIack 1532, or : c B. Hr.
Kammerer, 2004 Adams avenue. 1
Land for Sule.
40 seres of fruit, garden or alfalfa
land for sale cheap If taken soon. 2
D. Huffman, R. F. D. 2. La Grande,
FOR SALE 700 tamarack posts, lCc,
in La Grande. See 1-21-ln
LA GRANDE INVESTMENT CO. :
Complete Threshing Outfit.
For sale at a bargain. Has bea
run about 100 days. Time given, on
LA GRANDE INVESTMENT CO.
FOR MALE: Holsman automobile, 12
.horse 'power; used on season; ln
good condition and will run 865 day
In the year; will se'll at half price.
Inquire at this office. d-wl6tf
FOR SALE One 10-room house,
partly furnished, and one fou,r-roora
house completely furnished; goo
location. A bargain If taken at one.
Inquire of Mrs. .Laura Stults, corner
Sixth and Spring. 2-18-21
FOR (BALE New house, containing S
rooms and tath; one acre first-class
garden land with water right; trees,
bushes, barn, woodshed, chicken
park, etc. Close in. A bargain If
taken at once. N 43, Observer.
4 A neat 4-room house with 3
lots, woodshed, barn, . chicken v
park, plenty of garden room, ,
well and city water; handy to
depot, for 31,250.00; y, cash,
balance in 2 years. This Is in'
excellent buy. Phone us today.
VAN DUYN REALTY CO.
A Sprained Ankle.
As a rule a man wiM feel well satis- ,
fled If he can hobble around on ,
crutches ln two or three weeks after ;
spraining his ankle, and it is often two j
or three" months before he is fully
recovered. This is an unnecessary loss
of time, as by applying Chamberhijn's (
Unlmen. 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 all good dealers.
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