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J. H. HUBBARD. M. D.
.Pbrlcuu aud Surgeon.
Office la New Bank Building. Rooms
- , "Phone , Residence. Main
It; Office, Main 7t.
OR. A. L. RICHARDSON.
. : Ptiysklan and fcurgwi.
Office over Hill's Drug Store.
Offloe 'Phone lilt. Residence Main II
N. MOLITOR. K
PfayslcUa fnd Bwireoo.
Corner Adama Ave. and Depot St.
Ottlc Main II :- Residence Main II
Ptivsictaoe and Surgeon.
fXfJoe l Jk Orrade Katlonal Bank
Building. 'Phone Main It.
c . T. Bacon, Resldonce, Main II.
' M. K. Hall, Residence, Main 12.
OK T. E. MOORE
DR. H. & P. MOOR
- CJrkavtlle Graduate Under Found
OfIce Simmer Building.
- Phones: Office Main 12; Res. Main
O. H..UPYOX, PH. G M. D.
PhyslHiin and Surgeon. '
Vpecial attention given to Eye, Ear,
Nose and Throat.
Office in La G-andf National Bnk
Phones Office, Main 2; Residence.
VETElilXAR V 6CnGEON8.
1K. P. A. CHARLTON,
Office at Hinl's Drug Store, La Orand4
. - Residence 'Phone Red 70L
. Office 'Phone Black 1111.
Inderendent 'Phone IS.
Both 'phones at residence.
DR, W. H. RIMS.
Oraduate Oblo State University.
. Vaccination, Dentistry and Surgery
mt aH kind. Country ca'.ls promptly
Office 1114 Ailnmg Avenue.
Phones: Pacific Black 1901.
DR. T. V. RlDlrtJLL, M. I). C.
Office Red Cross Drug Store.
Phones: Pacific, Muln 4. Home, 121.
La Grande - - Oregon
MRS. GRACE McAIJSTBR.
Teacher and Manager.
Teltphonn Farmers 1171.
ManZsn Pile Remedy Is put up l.i
a tube with nozzle attached. May be
applied directly to the affected parts.
Guaranteed. Price 50c. Sold at Sil
verthorn's Family drug store.
DAILY OBSERVER 65c a Month
Yes, we will have anything you wish in the Ed
ison !ine and everything you can find in the latest
catalogue, March 11th. March records are now
on sale. We have the Double Disc Records for the
small sum of 65 cents each.
Read what . J. Paderemki, the world's beat
Pianoist, has to say in the Music Trades Review
for the Weber Piano. When he says it is best it
must be so.
WE SELL WEBER AKD ALL OTHER GOOD PIANOS .
Bramwell Music Company ;
PHONE BLACK W1.
C. B. CAUTHORN,
i Dentist. .
Of'lce over Hill' Drug Store.
La Oraide Oregon
J. a PRICE, D. M. D.
Room 22, La Grande National fian
Building. 'Phone Black 1111.
. TEAC11ERK OF MUSIC
PROP. E. PORTER DAT, Prlnclpa
La Grande School of Mosic
Mrs: Day, . assistant : School, II'
Greenwood Ave., one door sduth of
Adams Ave. 'Phone Black 1121. '
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, Harmony and
2105 North Spruce Street. -.
La Grande, Oregon,
L A. PICKLER.
Civil, Mining, Irrigation Engineer!
and Snrveying. (
Estimates, plans and speclflcatlonf
Office, in Bohnenkatnp Building. .
La Grande . - - - - - - . Oregi;
C. B. THORNTON.
Arcliltect and Kngineer.
Surveying, Civil and Structural Enc
TwChty Years'" Experience.
Office 1107. Adams avenue.. 'Phonei
Pacific. Main 1. Home Independent
Cbaa. K. Cochran Geo. P. Coobra
COCHRAN A COCHRAN,
La Grande National Bank Building
La Grande - - - Orego
R. H. LLOlr D.
-Attorney at Iw.
"'nctlce in all the courts of the 8tat
, and United States.
Elgin - - - - - - Oregon
C. II. CRAWFORD...-'
Attorney at Low.
Practices In all the courts of the Str.t
and United States.
Office in La Grande National Ban)
Building, La Grande, Oregon.
WILLIAM M. RAMSKY,
Attorney ami Counsellor at Law.
Rooms 15 and 16 Sommcr Block.
La Grande ------ Oregon
SUGGESTIVE QUESWN ON THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON
; . BY REV DR. UNSCOTT FOR ;
THE INI ERNA TfONAL NEWSPAPER j BIBLE STUDY CLUB
(Copyright,. HUS, by jtev.'Tl-S. L'n
cott, D. D.) :
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Anes and Doro'a.; Ai'ta :21-4S.
lildn Text.r-And Peter aid unto
him: Aeneas, Jesus (,'hrlnt makelh
ihee whole, arie, and make thy bed.
.tnd ht aros immedlatniy. Acih - S:
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Verse 21. Do darkness and light,
fighting and victory, sorrow and joy.
persecution and "ret" alternate and
enter Into every normal Christian life
today, as in the Christian community
In the bcRlnnlng?
When a church walks In "the fear
of God," and "the comfort of the Holy
Spirit." Is it always multiplied?
Verse 22. Was thre any institu
tion. In the Apostolic age, to corres
pond with our settled pastorate?
If preachers were to follow . the
Apostolic plan, of "passing throughout
all quarters," would the final con
quest of the world be hastened? v
To whom did the name "saint" ap
ply. In those days, and should we con
tinue the use of It in these days?
Verses 22, 24. Is all sickness of the
Are some people sltk by the special
dispensation of God?
Does not God take most people to
heaven through sickness?
What proportion of sickness is
Are we to assume that God wants
to cure everybody from their sickness,
the same as he does from their Bin?
Was Aeneas cured through his own
faith, or by the power and pleasure
of God, without. faith? - '
What is th'e difference In this cure
ind modern faith healding' methods?
Ts God's Ideal for us. t!cknens or
Docs God cure some people today
in a similar way to the cure of this
Hurry Trolley Construction.
Walla Walla, March 11. Announce-'
nent was made this morning by those
closely associated with "the promoters
f the Columbia-Walla Walla traction
lne from Dayton to Wallula that the
'nKlneir who Is to have charge of ac
tual construction .work will arrive In
the city tonight or tomorrow morn
ing, and that men and teams are to
!e put 1n the field to grade the right
of way, which has been practically
secured for the entire line. Grade
itake9 have been set on a portion of
ihe line, and with the chief engineer
on the ground personally superintend
ing the work, the preliminary work on
the Columbla-Walia Wnlln lines have
been made possible, The farmers'
line and the old Columbia-Walla Wal
ls lines have been merged Into one,
under the management of L. O. Mat
thias, who came here last week to see
what could be done toward completing
-We have conducted a
La Grande for many
be a reason. A trial
A. B G.
In quantities to suit
Truck and Transfer
0. Ir. FOWLER
; Is faith :for thelcure of icknws a
special gift of God, and are we not
instructed that Cod will euro the
in answer to such faith? -', ,
; Versi 25.WThen God does cure
some cases 'of. noted sickness, what
are the results in the community? ,
. If the church nhould have the pow
e 'tored o healing lckncs, would
that produce a permanent revival?
Verses 26, 38. Is It as a rule possi
ble for a Christian to live without do
How do you classify those who con
tent themselves with going to church
and prayer meeting, and talking and
praying, and are not following Jesus in
"going about doing good?" , f
Wh ydld God permit Dorcas to die?
Why does God sometimes permit
those to die upon whom so much de
pends:, the bread-winner of the fam
ily, the mother of little children, the
pillar of the church, or the "Dorcas"
in the community? .. (
Verse 29. Should a Christian al
ways be ready to go to the' home of
sorrow, to render help and impart
It la a beautiful rnatom to sreak of
the good deed of the doad, and It Is
well kept up; but ia there not almost
rrlmhuil ncgloct in speaking of the
good deMU of the living? (Tills ques
tion must be answered in writing by
members of the dub.) . '
Verses 40-43. Is there any use to
day In praying that the dead be rais
ed?,. ' '" -'.' '''" "'"''. '
Why did God raise the dead In those
and not In these days? '
What great purpose has that mirac
ulous nge served?
Even if these miracles should prove
to be but legends, will It effect one
iota, any essentia truth of Oiritttlan
Lesson for Sunday,' March 21, 1909.
CITY BARNS SOLD.
Fowler and Grider Buy Out City Liv
ery Stable on Adams Avenue. .
G. E. Fowler and W. T. Grider have
purchased the City Livery stable, at
Fourth and Adams avenue, and it I
their Intention to go Into the livery
j business in the near future. Thl
property for a number of years ho
been owned by S. O. Swackhammer,
and the purchase price was 2000.
Treasurer's t oll for CJty Warrants.
Notice Is hereby given that there at
now funds on hand to pay all out
standing warrants issued on Genera!
Fund of La Grande City, up to and in
cluding No. 6968, endorsed July 10th
1907. " '. . ';
Interest on all warrants on General
Fund from No. 6893 to No. 6968, In
elusive, ceases from this date.
La Grande, March 10. 1909.
J. K. WRIGHT. City Treasurer.
laundry business - in
years. There must
order will explain
MAIN 7 i
& COAL I
Phone Main 10 :
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Your want is placed before a thousand or mi ra want-seekere
very day Can you afford to tpend one cent per word of your
want ad whe:e result are the keynotes?
FOR RENT Seven-room house. In-
aulrs of Mrs. Zuoer. ' ', V " . ; 18-tf
FOR RENT Four-room cottage, in
quire of Mrs. Zuber. . .. ,y
FOR RENT Suite of nicely furnished
rooms, suitable for two gentlemen',
bath, , fire and electric , lights. . In
quire of Mrs-D. W. Jackson. J'phone
Red 14(2. Seventh street, 8-t-lS
FOR RENT Nicely furnished room.
Suitable' for" lady or gent, f Electric
light, bath and fire." Inquire at 11J
.Adams avenue or 'phone Red. 111.
FOR RENT A (-room house, In good
condition; large clothes closet and
pantry; garden, chicken park; good
; cellar; convenient to shops. - "Phone
;Red 1921 or call at ISIS Jackson
; Ave!, North La Granie. ' l-Jtf
FOR RENT Large front room, suit
able for lady or gentleman; three
blocks from Foley hotel'. Inquire
'corner Second and Adams avenue.
FOR RENT Nice, cheerful, sunny
room for rent to gentleman, facing
east on Fourth street; close In; mod
ern conveniences. Call at Observer
WANTED Horses for pasture, S3 per
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. v 2-22tf
WANTED Position as farm hand y
young man of experience and ability.
George Gregg, Hotel Foley. 3-8-9
POSITION WANTED Woman desir.es
ta work by the day. Call "phone Red
Orchard or garden plowing on rhori
notice. 'Phone biuck 1011. Careful
and painstaking.. Young trees plowed
around with care.'
2-25tf . - A. HERMAN,
South La Grande
All parties "knowing themselves In
debted to me, please call Immediately
and rrake settlement, as I am closing
out my business. My new location Is
with Carl Bros.,' next door to Newllr,
Drug Co. - " O. M. HE ACOCK.
If your dentist is busy ALL the. time he be
comes more proficient in his work ar d can afford
to give you the benefit in a financial way as well
as in his increased skill. ' . , - '
The man who waits naif the timj in order to
get work the other half is not in this position, but
must make up for LOST time.
"" I claim the credit of reducing the price of ex
tracting frcm SI. CO '.o Cc and also a reduction in
other lires oi wcrk frcm v. hat you have teen pay
ing in La Grande in the past. . ' ',
1 am here for business and sm in position to
give you reliable dental work. The price cuts little
figure with me.
J. E. STEVENSON D. D. S.
GraCuate f the FhilfuVp' -
; ucstcrn Dcrlal Colli tc irdtt - Stale Dental Beard'
Pest Offfcc Block
FOR SALE Two to four acres of
S'lpurhan property, well t improved.
'i'honeBlack 1532, or E. W,
Kam merer, 2004 Adams avenue.
. , , , . Land for Sale.- ,. : ;
40 acres of fruit, garden or alfalfa
land for s-Mo cheap if taken soon. C
O. Huffman, R. F. D. 2. La Orande.
. Complete Tlirewtilng Outfit.
For sale at a bargain. Has bee
run about 100 days.' Time given, on
approved security. : . ,
LA GRANDE INVESTMENT CO.
An all-around good horse, I years
old; good driver. A. IL STONE. "
8-4-3-8 , ." ;: ; .-. .-
FOR SALE Good milch cow; cheap.
Phone Black 1841. " ' 8-5tf
FOR SALE New auto-plano with 3
rolls; popular and classic, at a sac-
rlfice. Terms If " desired.'-. 'Phon
' Black 1(41. - 3-5tf
FOR-SALE Six dozen . pullets, big;
enough to eat. 'Phone. Black 1331.'
8-io-6t : " . :;';'
LOST AND FOUND.
FOUND--A suit case on the read rear
Moss chapel. Owner may recover
same' by calling at this office an
paying for this notice. -
LOST A small black purse with sil
ver and Jewelry, in this" city laist
night Finder leave at this office.
FOUND On Valley Ave., betweem
Alliance mill and McAllstcr farm, a
pair of spectacles In leather case.
. Owner can have same by calling at
this office and paying charges. '2-2"tf
Omwn for Purine Northwmt SoU ni fllim.
Maw on llmlay t l 1 hrat dralnra. Ank for Ca
h,iie. If notoni'elnTOiirnelhborlioo1,writ
aa, alvinK name of jour deuler. uii w will
r. 1 til vii Yfcw
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la Dental College, North-