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EIGHT PACr .
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J. H. Hl'BMARD, M. D.
physician and Surgeou.
Office In New Ifnnk Building. Room
10-21. 'Phoiieg: Residence, Main
89; Offlee, Main 78.
DR. A. L. RICHARDSON.
Physician and Burgeon.
Office over Hill's Drug Store.
Office 'Phone 1302. Residence Main 5.i
N. MOLITOR, M. D.
Phjslclan and Surgeon.
Corner Adams ave. and Depot st.
Office Main 68. Residence Main 09
- BACON & HALL.
Physicians and Surgeons.
nsw in Iji firande National Bunk
Building. 'Phone Main 19.
8. T. Bacon, Residence, Main 18.
M. K. Hall, Residence, Main 52.
DR. F. E. MOORE
DR. II. C. P. MOORE.
Klrksvllle Graduates I'nder Founder.
Office Sominer Building.
Phones; Ollice Mniu 63; Res. Main 61.
C. H. UPTON. PH. G., M. 1).
Physician and Surgeon.
8peclal attention given to Eye, Knr,
Nose and Throat.
Office In Im Grande National Hank,
Phones Olllte, Main 2; Residence,
DR. P. A. CHARLTON.
Office at Hill's Drug Store, I .a Giande.
Residence Phone Red 701.
Office Phone Black 11161.
Independent Phone .V!.
Both phones at residence.
" DR. W. H. RILKY.
Graduate .Ohio State University.
Vaccination. Dentistry and Surgery
ot all kinds, Country calls promptly
t Office lilt Adams avenue.
Phones: Pacific Black 1901.
4 Independent, 373,
DR. T. W. Rl UDELL, M. D. C.
': Graduate Veterinarian.
Office Red Cross Drug Store,
hones: Pacific, Main 4. Home, 121.
La Grande Oregon.
L, A. PICKLER.
Oval, Mining. Irrigation Engineering
Estimates, plans sud specifications.
Office In Rohnenkamp Building.
L Grande Oregon.
The Second Hand Dealer
l Healing Salve lor Burn, Chapped
IUnds and Sore Mpplrs.
As a heaUr.g salve for burns.. mores,
ore nipples and chapped hands
Chamberlain's Salve Is most excell
ent. It allays the pain of a !"" l
most Instantly, and unless the In
wlthout leaving a scar. Price. 15
cents. For sale br AH Good DeMer.
yourself how ouleUy It relives the
natn and aoreness. The medicines
sualy given Internally for rbe
C. B. CAl.'TIIORN
Ollice over Hill's Drug Store
La Grundo Oregon
J. C. PRICK, D. Al. D.
Room 2.1. La Grande National Bank
Building. Phone Blac'i TI'J1
TKA UFK.S OK Ml.SK.
PROF. E. POUTER DAY. Principal
La Grande School or Music.
Mrs. Day, assistant. School, 10."
Greenwood ave., one door south of
Adams ave. 'Phone Black 1831.
MISS STELLA OLIVER
Teacher of Piano and Harmony.
Studio at residence of Turner Oliver
corner Fourth and O avenue.
MISS ROSE HOUSE
Instructor in Piano, Harmony and
2105 North Spruce Street.
La Grande " Oregon
C. R. THORNTON.
Architect and Engineer.
.Surveying, Civil and Structural Engi
Twenty Years' Experience.
Otlice 1107 Adams avenue. 'Phones
Pucilic, Main 1. Home Independent
Clias. E. Cochran Geo T. Cochran
COCHRAN & COCHRAN.
La Grande National Bank Building.
La Grande Oregon.
H. H. LLOYD.
Attorney at Law,
Practices In all the Courts of the State
and United St.ita.
C. H. CRAWFORD.
Attorney at Law.
Practices in all the courts of the State
and United States.
Office In La Grande National Bank
Building, La G ramie, Oregon.
WILLIAM M. RAMSEY.
Attorney and Counsellor at Law.
MRS. GRACE McALISTER.
Teacher and Manager.
Telephone Farmers 197G.
medicines. They are worse than use
less in cases of chronic and niuscular
rhenmntlsm. For sale by All Good
Send your blankets to Cherry's
new laundry and have them washed
before laying Uiem away frr the sum
mer. IfUrfcrns Wanted.
W pay each and highest market
ia rv ( -
1 Bit. MM H'Mi (IF
0lti;.O IRhi.Vi'UKS )
Kicri Prchldctit. Sccrclurj nud Mali
nger In I lie Slate Kxpccted to Meet
In l.iigeiic In Mny-01lnr Male
Kuuslrr Hems of Special liitcrcxt
( Special Correspondence.)
lORTLAND, Ore.. April 19. Com
munity advertising has reached a cli
max In Oregon, and an advertising
conference under the auspices of the
Oregon Development League will he
held nt Eugene on Tuesday, May 4,
with the Eugene Commercial Club In
charge. The Secretary, manager and
president of every commercial organi
zation in the state are expected to be
present on this occasion to participate
in a discussion which cannot be otner
than beneficial to all concerned.
All the visitors will meet at the
Eugene Commercial club Tuesday
morning. May 4 at 9:30. when a local
ommlttee will take them for a ride
,ver the city to show what has been
accomplished' lii the way of paving
streets, new parks and buildings, vim
,1 brief stop at the State University.
A business 'conference will convene
promptly at 1:30 In the afteroon at
the Commercial Club rooms, and the
entire' afternoon will be devoted to a
discussion of work actually accom
plished by the different organizations.
No state In the Union has carried
forward an advertising campaign su
perior to that now being handled by
the Commercial bodies of Oregon.
Every organization and every officer
has different Ideas, and this confer
ence Is called In the hope that all
may be benefitted, and that each
present will be able not only to give
but receive Information, advice and
Instruction which will be of service
to the Individual communities, and for
that reason of great help to the state
A theater has been engaged for the
evening where Oregon views will be
shown with a steieoptleon.
As the result of the meeting in Cot
tage dove under the auspices of the
Oregon Development League, that ac
tive community has already raised an
ulvertlsing fund of $3900. and this
will reach $1200. Most of the places
which talk about their per capita con
tribution will have to take off their
hats to Cottage Grove-thut city has
determined to put itself on the map in
really effective way.
The Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Iain
. ..!n-.. hnnldot of
railwav, in a iimhu.,."...
which it has just issued 10.000 copies
says In its Introduction: "A land o
fertile hills and valleys, mountains of
untouched forests, a climate unequa -anywhere
and scenery of which
the eye never tires and the mind never
,.,.,. to wonder; Oregon ultra,' .
..... i......aeker and the tourist. Us
,,,,) 8(1are miles furnish eve y
, of human calling. Thousands
are finding homes and fortunes in tlx
dt of Us Inexhaustible r" '
BIG WBW Bill
HT PASTIME THIS WtEl
The Pastime is fairly outd.iing its
self this week, for a bill of vaude
ville that cau only be seen in large
cities, and tl. 'U for high piicPS. ls
promised l .Mr. French.
La Hal! ;.ud DauSheity will appear
ror the tii st time here In a Dutch Com
edy At l. From press notices where
these pe..ple have appeared they can
make deaf and dumb laugh.
Tommle and Evelyn Ti'ler come to
La Grande from Pendleton where th-W
have packed the theatre all last week
They put on a sinking uid talUi.iu
sir i jewti - 11
and Norton to sUy over for a '
days and tonight will put o
entirely new suci.
-And to fill In. the IMe'
will play son.e a'.t''
Jui iff the rr "
Latlie. v -. '.-est tiling 1
beUHw hM Ki:r lust arrtvee
t tht: van cuts co.
Th finish Svtt!9 that
tr-iiy riA tha vstem ol a cold
by acting as tuuliartlc oa the
Bess Is the original laxative congh syrup,
contain no opiates gently move m
bowels, carrying t col1 off nrtuSh ,n
oataral channeli. Guaranteed to give
wtiafatloo or money refunded.
El Conueran Cigars i tor irhc l-n-i
In the Justice Court for the La
Grande Justice of the Peace and
Constable District, Union County,
City of La. Grande, Plaintiff, vs.
To Ralston & Company, the above
In the name of the State of Ore
gon, you are hereby required to ftp
pear In the above entitled Court and
action ou or before the 28th day of
May, 1909.. tho same being full six
weeks after tho first publication of
this Summons, and If you fall to ap
pear and answer the plaintiff will
take judgment against you In the
sum of $19.00 and costs and disburse
ments herein. The said sum of $lf 0i
being the amount due the plaintiff.
This Summons ls published by or
der of the Hon. A. Stewart, Justice
of the Peace Tor the La Grande Dis
trict in the above entitled Court
made and entered on the luth day of
April, 1909. which order directs that
said Summons shall be published not
less than once a week for the full pe
rlod of six weeks in the La Grande
Evening Observer. The first publi
cation here of is made on the 1.1th
day of April. 1909.
Justice of the Peace La Grande DiBt.
El Conifeto Cigars. -10c. 4-8-tf
P. S. Bramwell having taken em
ployment with the Amalgamated Su
gar Co., we find it Impossible . to
handle both real estate and Iced
store. We offer for sale the best lo
cated feed store in this city, at a bar
gain. Will prove by our books that
the buslnees is good.
All persons knowing themselves in
debted to us. must make iinmedhitt
settlement to C. J. Mack, who wll
be fou n utd the office ns usual.
4-8-Gt C. J. BIACK.
F. S. RRAMWELL.
pUunlijIInn nf PiirtiiprtiMn.
Notice is hereby given that the
partnership heretofore existing be
tween P. L. Lilly and E. H. Foster
under the name of the Lilly-Fostei
Hardware company, La Grande, Ore.,
is this day dissolved by mutual con
sent. E. II. Foste retires from tht
firm and F. L. Lilly will continut
the btif-iness of the firm under his
own name and collect all notes nnd
accounts owing the firm, and will
pay nil debts of the firm.
Dated this seventh day of April
I!0!. Signed, E. H. Foster. F. L.
Lilly. . 4-7.S.D.W-9
Object to Slroii!? Medicines.
Many people object to taking the
strong medicines usually prescribed
by physicians for rheumatism. There
s no need of internal treatment in any
.nse of muatular 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 Uttle( if any)
swelling, you may know that it Is onl
necessary to apply Chamberlain's Lin
iment freely to get quick relief. Try
It. For sale by Al! Good Drugel"ts.
NOTICE TO CREP"" .
In the District Cc .nf'
States for the r: Orcein
In the try . Clire J. Scrlber.
barVu" I 12. 190?.
rd!tors of the above
nkrupt: You are hereby
..; that -J. Phy. Trusue here
has fled his petition asking for
an o.der of sale of all the real prop
erty belonging to the aboved named
bankrupt in Marion county, Oregon,
and that a hearing will be had upon
said petition on April 24. 1909, at 10
o'clock A. M. at the offlce of the under
signed Referee In La Grande. Oregon.
JOHN S. HODGIN.
I '. 2 : tL .. Referee.
Your want is placed before a
every day Can you afford to
ant au n: results are the
FOU SALE A 240-eg incubator and
brooder; cheap If taken at once.
'Phone Blac 131. -
Ft) It RENT Nicely turnlshed room,
suitable for "lady or gent. Electric
light, bath and fire. Inquire at 1(12
Adams avenue or 'phone Red 131.
FOR RENT A S-room house lu 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 Grar-le, S-Stf '
FOR RENT Nice, cheerful, sunny
room for rent to gentleman, facing
east on-Fourth street; close In; mod
ern conveniences. Call at Observer
FOR RENT Five-room house, " hot
and cold wnter, good lawn. Corner
Madison and Fir. "Phone Black 1231.
FOR RENT Furnished room for
rent, with bath, with or without
board. 'Phone Black S22. Mrs.
Edna Swart.. 3-19tf
FOR RENT Three furnished rooms
for housekeeping. Inquire of Mrs.
S. C. Zuber " 3-25tf
FOR RENT Six room house on North
Fourth st. not far from saw mill.
Inquire 10-0 Uenton ave. North end
of Ash st. 3-30 4-1
FOR RENT Furnished room close In.
Phone RED 711. . 3:30-1-6
FOR RENT Small house In La
Grande, handy to depot. Inquire
at Xewlin Dook and Stationery Co.
FOR RENT Furnished four-room
cottage. Modern. Mrs. 7uber.4-13-lf
TOR RENT Barn. Inquire of 1609
Fifth street. A-1629
LOST AND FOTJXD.
LOST Between 111 Wash. Ave. am
depot a black lace collar; niedallloi
stick pin and a turquoise brooch
Finder please return same to 111
Wash. Ave. and receive reward.
rnci. . TIT'! l)!lr lC J1,,'H'? n'!f?
ver nnd Jewelry, in this city las
night. Finder leavo at this office.
FOUND On Valley Ave.. o :tweei
Alliance mill and MeAlim r farm,
pair of ppertaoles Ir leatrtci- ens
Owner can havt some by cail' i?
this office and paying a rites. ? i
'.OT -On road between Hot Ldke Pint
Cove a brown fir. Finder will re
ceive reward by sending or notifying
Mrs. De Grout of Cove. A-1G-1F
WASHINGTON ANOTCNTH mT.
WRITE FOR CATALOG
fx SekoolUtal fW fnatiMfMUiM
Mr. L. II. Farnham, a prominent
Iruggist of Spirit Lake. Iowa, says:
'Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets are certainly the best thing
jn the market lor constipation. Give
hese tablets at i iuu are certain
.o tin ' th.'i.i - " .ile aud pleasant
a eitect. : 2l cents. Samples
ree. Fur sule by Ail Good Dealers.
Send us yonr lace curtains. Every
one who sends is pleased with our
work. Why not you?
Cherry's new laundry. 4-1-t'
i TREASrSEIi'S CALL FOR COUMI
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned treasurer of Union county,
Oregon, has funds on and to pay all
warrants which were endorsed p'lov
to December 1, 1907. No interest al
lowed on the above warrants after
April 10, 1909.
, -h County TrMjrr -
I "" ;'
thousand or more want-seekers
spend one cent per word of your
keynotes? i - . ' ; ; V t : ! -i " ,
FOR SALE Two to four acreg of
suburban property, well . Improved.
'PhoneBlack 1532, or c E. W.
Kam merer, 2004 Adams avenue.
1nd for Sale.
40 acres of fruit, garden or alfalfa
land for sale cheap If taken soon. C
D. Fluffman, R. F. D. 2. La Grande.
FOR SALE Twenty h. p. Reo. In
good condition. Inquire at Lilly.
Foster hardware store.' .. 8-23tf
FOR SALE OR TRADE -A young
. Clydesdale stallion. J. E. Reynolds,
phone Black 602, or Farmers, 11.
FOR S A LE Portable Bawmlll with
h. p. boiler and 20 h. p. engine. I
good running trim. Inquire at cor
ner North street and V avenue. II.
A. Bishop. 3-1 f-2t
FOR SALE Single comb Rhot'e
Island Reds, hatching eggs. None
better In Grande Ronde Valley,
come and see. $1.50 per setting of
15. $3 for 45. All Infertil eggs re
placed free of charge: Incubator
chlkens $20 per 100. George Wag
ner. Island CUv.
FOR SALE Seed pfltatoes. fancy
hand selected. Large and smooth.
Quality A 1; seed strictly pure.
Burpies extra early $2 per 100: late
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 block of ground, will rent or
trade for land, cattle or horses. Mar
tin Larson, 904 3rd st. 3-31-I-J"
FOR SALE 12 Inch plow good shaue,
and almost new. Price $10.00. J.
J. Beldin, 2403 N Depot st. 4-8 .4
FOR SALEHousehold furniture; nnd'
4 room cottage for rent. 160S Till
street. Phone Red 1811. 4-10-17
FOR SALE 4 lots in Block 139. in
Chaplin add; 2 blocks'from rdundf
house for further particualrs apply
to L. F. Dunn. City, or C. E. New
som 2415 First ave, Seattle Wash.
FOR SALE 1906 model Reo. five pas
senger, new transmission, call at'.
l."03 8th st. Phone Red 272. 4-!
FOR SALE Three Cows - and on
jersey bull, call or phone Black 1372"
FOR SALE A clydeBdale staliom
coining four years. Good breeder,,
.colts can be seen on place. Vergere
phone or call at Herman Veh.s,
La Grande. 4-t'l'-
WANTED AT ONCE A strong hoy
- to learn the bakers trade, RnyaP
WANTED Ladles rhoes to shluo.
Jelly Dess'lct's t-rher shop, shoe--9h!ne
f.tiid Is equloped to shine or
polish ladies' shoes. Slices 1 'ft
here will' be promptly attended to.
Fifteen cents ppr pair If le't at
tlia clir.n 4-8-21
SHOP IS POPULAR.
Christiansen Bros, are experiencing
a good patronage and everybody goe
away satisfied. Their barber shop is
new and good service is promised.
MONEY TO LOAN Have yqu money
to loan on first-class secnrlty? For
glim are polosoous or ver
'CE RONDB CASH COUTANT.