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ETEMXfl OBSERVER. LA flMSPE. OHEGOX. SATl RDAT. imK.M
La Grande Professional
J. H. IUDHAHD, M. I).
Physician and Surgeou.
Office In New Hank Building. Rooms
10-11. 'Phones: Residence, Main
tfl; Office, Wain 78.
DR. A. L. RICHARDSON.
Physician ami Surgeon.
Office over Hills Drug Store.
Office 'Phone 1362. Residence Main 55
N. MOLITOR, M. D.
Pbjslclan and Surgeon.
Corner Adams ave. and Depot at.
Office Main 68. Residence Main fid.
BACON & HALL.
Physicians and Surgeons.
Office in La Grande National Bank
Building. 'Phone Main 19.
0. T. Bacon, Residence, Main IS.
. M. K. Hall, Residence, Main G2.
DR. P. E. MOORE
DR. H. C. P. MOORK.
Klrksvllle Graduates I'nder Founder.
Office Sommer Building.
Phones: Ollice Main 63; Res. Main 61.
C. H. UPTON, PH. G., M. 1).
Physictaa and Surgeon.
Bpecial attention given to Eye, Ear,
' Nose and Throat.
OWce is La Grande National Hank.
Phones -Ollice, Main Residence,
fflce at Hill's Drug Store, La Giaude.
Residence Phone Red 701.
Office Phone Black 1361.
Independent Phone 53.
Both phones at residence.
DR. W. H. RILEY.
Oraduate Ohio State University.
Vaccination. Dentistry and Surgyy
f all kinds, Country calls promptly
Office 1 ; 1 4 Adams aveuue.
Phones: Paciilc Black 1991.
PR. T. W. R1DDELL, M. D. C.
Office Red Cross Drug Store.
Phones: Paciilc, Main 4. Home, 121.
La Grande . Oregon.
L. A. PICKLER.
Clval, Mining. Irrigation Engineering
4 and surveying.
Office In Bohnetikainp Building.
La Grande Oregor.
The Second Hand Dealer
A Healing Kalre for Burns, Chspixd
Hands and Kere Mpple.
As a healing salve for burns, sores,
ore nipples and chapi.M r-mls
Chamberlain's Salve is most exocH
'""at"" It" allay a the pia ot a lm-. i.i
tuoat Instantly, and unKs the in
vrithout leaving a scar. Price, 15
rents. For sale by All Good Do-iler.
jronrtclf how ou4-tly It relives the.
...pitn and aorenpss. The medicines
oswaly glro Internally for rheoiua-
tUm are poloaaous or verjr strong
C B. CAl'THORN
Ofllce over Hill's Drug Store.
La Grande Oregon
J. C. PRICK, D. M. D.
Room 23, La Grande National Bunk
Building. Phone Black IW'
TEACHERS OF MCSIC.
PROF. K. PORTER DAV, Principal
Ia Grande School of Music.
Mrs. Day, assistant. School, 100
- Greenwood ave., one door south of
Adams ave. 'Phone Black ISM.
MISS STELLA OLIVER
Teacher of Piano and Harmony.
Studio at residence of Turner Oliver
corner Fourth and O a vert lie.
MISS ROSE HOl'SE
Instructor in Piano, Harmony and
2105 North Spruce Street.
1m Grande Oregon
C. R. THORNTON.
Architect and Engineer.
Surveying, Civil and Structural Engi
neering. Twenty Years' Experience.
Office 1107 Adams avenue. 'Phones
Paciiir, Main 1. Home Independent
Clias. E. Cochran Geo T. Cochran
COCHRAN & COCHRAN.
Lu Grande National Hank Building.
La Grande Oregon.
H. II. LLOYD.
Attorney at Law.
.'radices in all the Courts of the State
and L'nited St.i'.'S.
C. II. CRAWFORD.
Attorney at Iaw.
Practices in all the courts of the State
and United States.
Office In La Grande National Bank
Building. La Grande, Oregon.
WILLIAM M. RAMSEY.
Attorney and Counsellor at Law.
Rooms 15 and 16 Sommer Block
La Grande Oregon.
, , -' "
MRS. GRACE McALisTi'iit.
Teacher and Manager.
Telephone Farmers 1976.
medicines. They are worse than use
less in cases of chronic and musculai
rheumatism. For sale by All Good
""Tid your liiuk?!- to Cfceiry.'s
qua- irniity and bave them washed
before l.yv-. away for the sum
mer. W pay cash and hihoi
price for rtl"tes.
3BJLNDE KONDE CASH COUFAV,
WW HAS Ml AM. HI I KS 0T
( Rulc of Minor Importance Are
Rapidly Belnif .Memorised by tuns
In the rlhet Sarrlllre II IN G
In Summary Difference lu Manner
of Keeping I'llclier la Box.
Several new rules of minor Import
ance but nevertheless necessarily a
part of every fan's knowledge, have
beenadopted this year, and 1-a
Grande bugs should acquaint theni-1
elves with them. Some of the more
Important one follow:
When the umpire announces the
pitcher prior to commencement of
game, the player must pitch until the
first batsman has elthr been put out
or has reached first base.
A substitute pitcher must pitch un
til the man at hat. when the pitcher
takes his position, has either been
put out or reaches first base.
In case of interference with a liemer
or batsman, the ball Is not In play
until the pitcher, standing In his posi
tion, holds it, and the umpire calls
A batted ball that touches the per
son of the umpire or a player "while
on or over fair graunds" is a fair hit;
and a batted bail that toucnea me per
son of the umpire or of a player
while on or over foul ground" la a
Hereafter in case of a player's or
manager's ejectment from the game
by the umpire such player ia out of
both game and grounds.. He must
either go to the club house or leave
the grounds entirely, under jiwiulty
of forfeiture of the game by the um
pire. . This rule shall he mandatory
in the major leagues but in minor
leagues a fining system may be substi
Hereafter any ground rule must he
acceptable to the captain of the visit
ing team, and if objectionable to said
visiting captain the umpire has the
power to adopt or reject said s.uund
ule or rules.
In the scoring rules a number of
changes have been made. T' "
pertaining to sacrifice liUa provides
that. It shall be placed in the sum
mary. The catcher Is to receive the p Hout
on attempt to bunt third 3 . ike.
In the future a double piny will
result from two continuous puiuum
made from the time the ball le.neu
the pitcher's hands until it is returned
to him again standing In the pitcher',
HOME TU CNT PROIU'CTION
H'OU.D HE A MCE SUM
Innte anil Amateur Baseball Huh Been
Kftivrd in Fans' Eaor in La
(irande - yt .So Classy AhVrt), But
Other Things Offset This.-High
School's Team Would Gie (loud
There is one nice thing about ama
teur baseball. No great expense bill
in the shape of salaries to be paid to
strangers is staring the manager in
the fare :.t the end of every month
Most cf us like to see our friends play
ball. 1 hey may not be the most bril
liant of players, and may not even
aspire to be called to play with tht
1t;!itfl or the White Sox, hut all the
same their performances on the dia
mond please us just as well
Agame between t'je amateuis and t
high school boys ouc'.it to ir '
good drawing card ,!iitf "'
during the cn'val. 1' .nee
f the : .' :-,;. s..,, ,;:..,!
naik fund. !'' ,,f voulil at
tend. Or If n u!gh school,
then the- - . tould put up
game e-v allow the rooters t
- -come hoarse.
1 '-':- V. D.. people bongfct coneid
ji VaW rrepcrty In Lae concty.
aWJr rids the aystem oil cold
by acting .3 a ctihartk on th.
Bee (s the original laxative congh symft
contains no opiates gently moves the
bowels, carrying the cold off through the
natural channels. Guaranteed to give
latisfactloo cr money refunded.
El Connerso Clears 2 ror the. l-s-H
In the Justice Court for the La
Grande Justice of the Peace and
CoiJstahlo District, I'nlon County,
City of La Grande, Plaintiff, vs.
To Ralston 6 Company, the above
In the name of the State of Ore
gon, you an hereby required to ap
pear in the above, entitled Court and
action on or before the 28th day of
May, J 909, the same being full six
weeks after the first publication of
this Summons, and If you fail to ap
pear and answer the plaintiff will
take judgment against you in . the
sum of $19.00 and c-OBts and disburse
ments herein. The said sum of $19.00,
being the amount due the plaintiff.
Th is Summons is published by or
der of the Hon. A. Stewart, JusTice
of the Peace for the Ia Grande Dis
trict in the above entitled Court,
made and entered on the 15th day of
April, 1909, which order directs that
said Summons shall he published not
less than once a week, for the full pe
riod of six weeks lu the La Grande
Evening Observer. The first publi
cation here of is made on the l.'th
day of April, 1909.
Justice of the Peace La Grande Dist.
El Comi eto Cigars, 10c.
F. S. Bramwell having taken em
ployment with the Amalgamated Su
gar Co., we find It Impossible to
handle both real estate and feed
store. We offer for sale the best lo
cated feed Btore In this city at a bar
gain. Will prove by our books that
the businees is good.
All persons knowing themselves In
debted to us must make immediate
settlement to C. J. Black, who will
be foun atd the office as usual.
4-8-Ct C. J. BIACK.
F. S. BRAMWELL.
Dissolution of Partnership.
Notice is hereby given that the
partnership heretofore existing; be
tween F. L. Lilly and E. II. Foster,
under the name of the Lilly-Foster
Hardware company, La Grande, Ore.,
is this day dissolved by mutual con
sent. E. H. Foste retires from the
firm and F. L. Lilly will continue
the business of the firm under his
own name and collect all notes and
accounts owing the firm, and will
pay all debts of the firm.
Dated this seventh day of April.
1909. Signed, E. IL Foster, F. L.
Object to Slrontr Medicines.
Many people object to taking the
strong medicines usually prescribed
by physicians for rheumatism. There
s no need of internal treatment in any
case of muscular or chronic rheuma
tism, and more than nine out of every
ten cases of the disease are of one
or the other of these varieties. "When
there Is no fever and Httle( if any)
swelling, you may know that it is only
necessary to apply Chamberlain's Lin
iment freely to get quick relief. Try
it. For sale by A!! Good TVuetrlsta
In the District 0 jI the l'nited
States fv '. District of Oregon.
In ? .nitter of Clare J. Scriber.
'-' i. April 12. 1909.
the creditors of the above
iied bankrupt: You are hereby
notified that J. F. Phy. Trustee here
in, has filed his petition asking for
i.a-erder -t-l -aile-cf- ull- Cie-i'e&l' prop
erty belonging to the aboved named
bankrupt in Marion county, Oregon,
and that a bearing will be had npon
laid petition on April 24, 1909, at 10
o'clock A. M. at the office of the under
signed Referee in La Grande. Oregon.
JOHN 8. HODGIN.
i Our Want
Your want is p'aced befors a thousand or mora want- seekers
very day Can you afford to spend one cent per word of your
want au wne.e resuiu are the keynotes?
FOR SALE A. 240-egg- incunutor and
brooder; cheap If taken at once.
'Phone BlacK 1.131.
FOR RENT Ntcely furnished room,
suitable for lady or gent. Electric
light, bath and fire. 'Inquire at 1612
Adams avenue or 'phone Red 131.
FOR RENT A (-room house In good
condition; large clothes closet and
pantry; garden, chicken pirk; good
cellar; convenient to shops. 'Phone
Red 1921 or call at 1315 Jackson
Ave., North La Granlo. 3-3tf '
FOR RENT Nice, cheerful, sunny
room for rent to gentleman, facing
east on Fourth street; close In; mod
em conveniences. Call at Observer
FOR RENT Five-room house, hoi
and cold water, good lawn. . Corner
Madison and Fir. 'Phone Black 1231.
FOR RENT Furnished room for
rent, with bath, with or without
board. 'Phone Black - 822. Mrs.
Edna Swart. 3-19tf
FOR RENT Three furnished rooniB
for housekeeping. Inquire of Mrs.
S. C. Zuber . 3-25tf
FOR RENT Sis room house ou North
Fourth st. not far from saw mill.
Inquire 1020 Benton ave. North end
of ABh st. 3-30 4-1
FOR RENT Furnished room close in.
Phone RED 711. 3:30-4-6
FOR RENT Small house in La
Grande, handy to depot, Inquire
at Newlin Book and Stationery Co.
FOR RENT Furnished four-room
cottage.' Modern. Mrs. Ztber.4-13-tf
FOR RENT Barn, inquire of 1609
Fifth street. . A-1629
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST Bclwcen 1114 Wash. Ave. and
depot a black lace collar; medallion
stick pin and a turquoise brooch
Finder please return same to 1114
Wash. Ave. and receive reward.
LOST A small black purse with a.,
ver and Jewelry, In this city la'
night. Finder leave at this office.
FOUND On Valley Avre.. nutweei
Alliance mill and MeAlist r farm, .
pair of -.spectacles lr leather ease
Owner can have same by call'.i?
this office and paying '.barges. 2-i 'i
LOST On road between Hot Lake and
Cove a brown fir. Finder will re
ceive reward by sending or notifying
Mrs. De Grout of Cove. A-lC-18
I j BUSINESS COLLEGE
I. WASHINGTON AND TKNTH VTS.
I I fOUTLAHO. OKKOON
lX WRITE FOR CATALOG
Tt gekooi that Plmti Tint ia Oo4 Ptruum
lUVT. DO If.
Don't think you cat not owu this 2
acres with good 3 room bouse, wood
house, cellar, small barn, new wind
mill, H'acre In strawberries to bear
this year, acre now planted to po.
te., - -nod land, because you can
.on will try. For full particular
see La Grande Investment Co. 3:30 ii
Send us your lace curtains. Every
one who sends Is pleased with out
work. Why not you?
Cherry's new laundry. 4-1-t
TREASURER'S CALL FOR COrNTY
Notice is hereby gives that the un
dersigned treasurer of Union county,
Oregon, has funds on and to pay all
warrants which were endorsed pHri
to December 1, 1907. No interest rl
lowed on the above warrants after
April 10, 1909.
. ; t . County TTaaarr .
iuui v van 15
('OR SALE Two co four acre g
suburban property, well Improve,
'1'honeHlncK 1532. or w E.
Kum merer, 2004 Adarns avxnue.
' Land for Sale.
40 acres of fruit, garden or alfalfa
land for sale cheap If taken soon. C
D. Huffman, R. F. D. 2. La Grande.
rOR SALE Twenty h. p. Reo, In
good condition. Inquire at Lilly.
Foster hardware store. 3-21tf
FOR SALE OR TRADE A young
Clydesdale Mall lorn J. E. Reynolds,
phone Black 603, or Farmers, 11.
FOR SALE Portable sawmill with
h. p. boiler and 20 h. p. engine. I
good running trim. Inquire at cor
ner North street and V avenue, it
A. Bishop. 3-lS-2t
FOR SALE Single con.b Rhodo
Island RedB. hatching eggs. Nona
better in Grande Ronde Valley,
come and see. $150 per setting of
15. $3 for 45. AH Infertil eggs re
placed free of charge. Incubator
chtketis $20 per 100. George Wag
ner. Island C'tv.
FOR SALE Seed potatoes, fancy
hand selected. Large and smooth.
Quality A 1 ; seed strictly pure.
Burples extra early $2 per 100; lata
Rose $1.75; Netted Gems, late, $1.75
Burbank seedling $1.30. George
"Wagner, Island City.
FOR SALE 8 room house with 1 lot.
or Vi block of ground, will rent or
trade for land, cattle or horses. Mar
tin Larson, 904 3rd st. 3-31-4-3
FOR SALE 12 Inch plow good shine,
and almost new. Price $10.00. I.
J. Beldin, 2403 N Depot st. 4-8-i 4
FOR SALE Household furniture; ami
4 room cottage for rent. 1601 7th
street. Phone Red 1811. 4-10-17
FOR SALE 4 lots in Block 1S9, in
Chaplin add: 2 blocks from round;
house for further partlcualrs apply
to L. F. Dunn, City, or C. E. New
som 2415 'First ave, Seattle Wash.
FOR SALE 1906 model Roo, five pas
senger, new transmission, call at
1503 8th st. Phone Red 272. 4-l
FOR SALE Three Cows and ona
jersey bull, call or phone Black 137
FOR SALE A Clydesdale staliou
coming four years. Good breeder,,
colts can he seen on place. Verger
phone or call at Herman Vehrs,
La Grande. 4-li
WANTED AT ONCE A strong boy
to learn the bakers trade, Royal
Bakery. 3-31 -If
WANTED Ladles shoes to shine.
Jelly & Da!!M's harbor shop. sho
s'line sttnd 13 equipped to shine or
polish 1-idieV shoes. Shoes l"ft
hero will be" promptly attended t.
Fifteen cents per pair if left at
the shop. 4-8-2J
SHOP IS POPLLAB.
Christiansen Bros, are experiencing
a good patronage and everybody goes
away satisfied. Their barber shop I
new and good service is promised
MONEY TO LOAN Have yqu money
to loan on first-clap security? For
oartlcular call uu Black M. 8-80-CI