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J. H. HI BBARD. M. D.
' Physician and Surgeon.
Office In New-Bank Building. Rooms
20-21.- "Phones: Residence. Main
19; Office, Main 78.
DR. A. L. RICHARDSON.
' Physician and Surgeon. .
Office over Hill's Drug Store. : '
Office 'Phone 1362. Residence Main 65
N. MOLITOR. M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Corner Adams ave. and Depot at
Office Main 68. Residence Main 9.
BACON & HALL.
Physicians and Surgeons.
Office In La Grande . National Bank
Building. 'Phone Main 19.
A. T. Bacon, Residence, Main 18. )
M. K. Hall, Residence, Main G2.
DR. F. E. MOORE
DR. H. C. P. MOORE.
KIrksviUe Graduates Under Founder.
Ofllce Sommer Building.
Phones: Ofllce Main 63; Res. Main CL
C. 11. UPTON. PH. 0., M, D.
; Physician and Surgeon.
Special attention given to Eye, Ear,
Nose and Throat.
Office in La Grande ' National Bank.
' Building. '
Phones Office, Main 2; Residence,
DR. P. A. CHARLTON.
Veterinary Surgeon, .
Office at Hill's Drug 8tore. La Giande.
Residence Phone Red 701.
Office Phone Black 13L
Independent Phone 53.
Both phones si residence. -
, DR. W. II. RILEY,
J Graduate Ohio State University.
Vaccination, Dentistry and Surgary
f all kinds. Country calls promptly
Office till Adams avenue.
Phones; Pacific, DJaek. 190t,
DR. T. W. RIDDELL, M. D. C
Graduate Veterinarian. ,;
Office Red Cross Drug Store,
tones: Pacific. Main 4. Home. 121.
'U Grande " Oregon.
"" ELECTRICAL ESGIXEKRS.
mpvl VP .
Oval, Mining. Irrigation Engineering
... and surveying.
Estimates, plans and specifications.
Office In Bohnenkamp Building.
La Grinds Oregon.
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The Second Hand Dealer
A BmU Sl 1st Bins Chart
Has'd ass Ser Jinnies.
As a healing sslrs for bums. aore.
ore '" Win't t appi bui&t
CiismberUIn's Salve Is most eieell
nt It allxr the rl of a tl
most Instantly, aad uttlass the la
with out leaving a sear. Prtc. 15
cents. For sale f All Good Dile-
yoarself how ou-Kly It relives the
!a and somieea. The iaed!cloee
saly gives Internally for rhevwa
rim fcr potosaous or very nm
C. U. CAITHORN
Oince over Hill's Drug Store. '.
Ia Orumle Oregon
J. C. TRICE. D. M. D.
Room 23. La Grande National Bank
, , Building. Phone BlacV J'm
TEACHER.? OF MUSIC.
PROF. E. PORTER DAY. Principal
La Grande School of Music. '
Mrs. Day, assistant. School, 105
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 lu Piano, Harmony and
t . Tei-hnlc. . ... .
2105 North Spruce Street'
La Graude ., : Oregon
; C. R. THORNTON,
Architect and Engineer.
Surveying, Civil and Structural Engi
neering. Twenty Tears' Experience.
Office 1107 Adams avenue. 'Phones
Pacific, Main 1. Home Independent
. No. 8. -
Chae. E. Cochran Geo T. Cochran
COCHRAN. A COCHRAN. '
La Grando National Bank Buildlug.
La Grando .Oregon.
II. II l.LQYP.
Attorney at Law.
Practices lu all the Courts of the State
and United States.
- C. II. CRAWFORD. .
Attorney at Law.
Practices in all the courts of the State
and United States.
Office In La Graude National Bank
Building, La Grande, Oregon.
7- WILLIAM M. RAMSEY.
Attorney and Counsellor at Law.
Rooms 15. and 16 Soiuiuer Block .
Im Grande Oregon.
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MRS. GRACE McALlSTER.
..Teacher and Manager.';..
Telephone Farmers 1976.
medicines. They are worse than use
less la rases of chronic and muscular
rheumatism. Foe sale hy All Good
Send your blankets to Cherry's
w lanndry and bav them whed
befors laying them away far the scr?
W pay cash sn4 htgfaesl Bsarket
rttces for chVkees.
3&sJiDX SONDX CASH COKPANT
UNION MEET WILL NOT
MATERIALIZE IT SEEMS
A county track and field n:'et In
this county for the .prreeut suaon
i,ns gone Bliiii)itrins. due to the re
fuiuil of 1'rofeHsors I'rost of Union
find CoiiMlu of Cove to jieiiuit their
men to enter' the m.'t next Satuiduy
hs originally jilauucd. . They y
caiiuut poKnibly eutvr at this date.
Duo to complic ution unit rongeotlon
of Labi-ball gmi'8 and' other- trai V
meets, May 1st la the only date left
and It will be luiposible, or rather
impractical for students who are go
ing to enter the Walla , Walla meet
a few days later, to go Into a meet
at that time. Final and emphatical
refusal, came from Mr. Frost this
morning In the following:"
, "Was Just talking with Conklln of
Cove," He says they cannot be ready
by flext Saturday, and that with the
exception of the 8th of May, the 1st
or May Is the only date open to them.
So the 1st of May seems to be the
only date, or rather the best date for
all." ; . .. . , ... '.''
J. J.Blgford of Summerville
has been with Dr. McKenney's
for the past three days nursing
a bloodpolsoned foot He left
for his home this morning.
Walter Strlnghain and family
.Joseph Metcalf and family
were La Grande visitors Sun
' . day.' : .''..;..'
Saturday evening the new
hotel was formerly oiened, the
' pntroiis taking their first meal.
The new location Is far better
as the proprietor Is able to
furnish ample room to the
traveling public. ' '
A number or Imbler's en
thusiastic people accompanied
their ball team to Summerville
and to defeat to the tune o."
5 to 6. The games was Inter
esting throuf.hout several Im
bler boys being on the Sick
lint made It bad for the de
feated team as they wer for
cd to play some Irregulars
Mr. P, Wright of Summer,
vUle passed through enrout?
to Wallowa today.
Mr. Ted Couklin who has
been down with la grippe Is
on the rod to recovery, be
ing under the care of Dr. P. A.
'. Lillie. ' . ' '
J. E. Bass's new building fo
be ootnpied by Imbler Phar
macy Is fast coming to com
pletion. ;., . , ;
Imbler the busiest town in
Union county, has been enjoy
lug some beautiful weather of
. late. '
Several Imbler boys visited
Alice! Saturday night enjoying j
a bountiful basket social giv-
, he eirls for the benefit;
of the base ball team. The
amount raised was something
like r;ox). '
Guy Glenn our deputy as
sesor was In town looking af
ter business this morning. Guy
says his auto gets balky oc
J. R. Wad was a La Grande
visitor Saturday. He made
' flying trip in his new anto
carrying five passengers-
'AKW PlfTlHES TOMCJMT.
Delayed Shipment f Fine Filmi
Kcsche Leesl Ilose.
mv nw utotures which hsve been
delayed . for couple of days, ar
rived this morning and they are num
.. These with the excellent vaude
ville bill, male an extra loug show.
as well as a thoroughly i.iga class
t m hpi and DauKherty have a com
edy act that has anything la that
line beat a block. The comic situat
ions arise over a Doctors absence.
- v M. Herman valet tries to loc
hia place. Among other things he
gives a patient a whole box of pills
Tommie and Evelyn Tiller received
several encores last night, and their
turn Is a rood one.
second wek with the usual sacesa
giving some new songs. for th?
f.nlsh. "The Swing Sonu" from
af eoralo owra. lu tr -
electrUal effect f '
Ladies, the rerr .- v r"
beltlnc sjmJ collar v
u . THE VAN 1XCTK CO.
" The Cough Syr? tbal
L-t j . th avstem ol a cold
by acting as a'caihartic oo the
Knorfila la I
Bees Is the original laxative congh sjrnp,
contains oo opiates gently moves the
bowel, carrying the cold off through ths
aatnral channels. Guaranteed to give
uisfactioa or monsv refunded.
Kl Conuerso Clears t tor 26c. 4--tt
In tire Justice Court for the La
Grande Justice of the Peace and
Constable District, Union ; County,
Oregon. , "
City of La Grande, Plaintiff, Vs.
To Ralston V Company, the above
In the name of the State of Ore
gon, you are hereby required to ap
pear in the above entitled Court and
action on or before the 2Sth day or
May, 1909, the same being full six
weeks after the 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 nd costs and disburse
ments herein. The said sum of $19.00
ttelng the amount due the plaintiff. ;
This Summons is published by or
der of the Hon. A. Stewart, Justice
of the Peare for the La Grande D's
trict in the above entitled Court,
made and entered on the 15th day of
April, 1909, which order directs that
said Summons shall be published not
lees than once a week for the full pe
riod of six weeks In the La Grande
Evening Observer. The first publi
cation here of is made on the 15th
day of April, 1909.
Justice of the Peace La Grande Dist
El Comreto Cigars.' 10c. 4-8-tt
F. S. Bramwell having taken em
ployment with the Amalgamated Su
gar- Co., we find It Impossible to
handle both reaf estate and feed
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 businees is good. v
A1I persons knowing themselves In
debted to us must make lmmedlatt
settlement to C. J. Black, who wil
be foun atd the office as usual.
4--6t I C. J. BIACK.
F. S. BRAMWELL. -
Dissolution of Partnership.
Notice is hereby given that tlu
irtnrshrh heretofore, existing be
tween F. Lj Lilly and E. H. Foster
under the name of the Lilly-Foste!
Hardware company. L Grande, Ore.
i this day dissolved by mutual con
sent K. 11. Foste retires from thi
Arm and F. t- L'Ry wil1 continue
the business of the firm under hir
own name and collect all -notes anr"
accounts owing . the firm, and wil!
pay all debts of the firm.
Dated this seventh day of April
1909. Signed, VL H. Foster, F. L
Object U Strong J!edicin'.
!any people object to taking the
strong medicines jisually prescribed
by physician fr rheumatism. There
s no ned of Internal treatment in any
case of muscular or chronic rheuma
tism, and more than nine out cf every
ten cases of the disease are of ont
or the other of these varieties. When
there U no fever and lltllef if any)
swelling, you jcay know that it is only
necessary to apply Chamberlain's Lin
Iment frely to get quick relief. Try
It. For sale hy All Good Druggists.
SOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Id the District Court of the TV:-.
States for the District or O-e'':-In
the matter of CP" T " s
bankrnot- Arrll 12, P
To , the cred:.,;x - above
named backr.!.' , -re hereby
notified ft;. ' f. Trustee here
in, is'v -- v ..v-tU,.j'? . asking fo-
an c ' :' v' - : - of all the real pnp-
,g to the eboved named
'''"! - j Marion -onty. Oregon.
. a hearing will be had upon
. ; - i pstitlosi ob April 54. 1909, at 10
o'clock A. M. at ths offlcs of the snder
Mwi Referee In La Grande, Osegrm.
,. - JOHN S. HODGTX, -J
' "'""iiiLu. Refere.
"T rm r!T3
We Wan t
Our Want Ad Column
four want is p'aced before a thousand or more want-seekers
very day Can you afford to spend one cent par word of your
want au wna:S rssuiu are the keynotes? -
FOR SALE A J40-egg Jntubttor and
brooder; cheap if taken' at onffe.
Phone Blac 1SSI.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished , room,
suitable for lady or gent Electric
light, bath and fire, . Inquire at 112
Adsrhs avwnue or 'phone Red HI,
FOR KENT A 6-room house In good
condition; large clothes closet and
pantry; gsrdcft, chicken park; good
cellar; convenient to shops. 'Phone
Red 1921 or call at ISIS Jackson
Ave., Noj-th La Grade. . 3-Stf
FOR RENT Nice, cheerful, sunny
room for rent to gentleman, facing
east on Fourth street; close, in; mod
em conveniences. Call at Observer
. office. ',".; . ' ".;
FOR , RENT Five-room house,' hot
and cold water, good lawn. Corner
Madison and Fir. 'Phone Black 1231.
I-'' ";:'-' " ' -: '.,' ,; 4-16-22 '
FOR RENT Furnished room for
rent, with bath, , with or without
. board. ; 'Phono Black S22. . Mrs.
!Edna Swart S-19tf
FOR RENT Three furnished . rooms
for housekeeping. Inquire of Mrs.
:S. C. Zuber . i 3-25tf
FOR RENT Six room house on North
Fourth at not far from saw mill.
Inquire 1020 Benton ave. North end
. of Ash St. . 3-30 4-1
FOR RENT Furnished room close In.
Phone RED 711. , 3:30-4 C
FOR RENT Small house In La
Grande, handy to depot, inquire
at Newlln Bock and Stationery Co.
: .." ' 4-13-19
FOR RENT Furnished four-room
cottage. Modern, Mrs. Zuber.4-l3-tf
FOR RENT Barn, Inquire of 1609
Fifth street A-1629
LOST AND FOUND.
LOSTr-tfetwfen 1U4 Wash. Ave. an-3
depot a black lace collar; medalllot
stick pin and a turquoise brooch
Finder please return same lo 111'
Wash. Ave. and receive reward.
LOST A small black purse with si,
ver and Jewelry, In this city la
nlxht Finder leave at this office.
FOUND On Valley Ave.. otwii
Alliance mill and McAllst r farm."
pair of spectacles Ir iathi- c
Oflticr rnii have same by.ralt5.iy v
this office and paying tnrgfa. ? i '.
f.OST On road 1)twen Hot Lake and
' Cove a brown fir. Finde r will re -ceive
rewaid by sending or notifying
Jin. De Oroot of Cove. A-1C-1S
WASMfNTOM AHDTINTM mn,
eoirrvAMtK omwH -WRITE
Mr. L. H. Faruham a prominent
druggist of Spirit Lake. Iowa, says:
'Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Iablets are certainly the best thing
an the market for constipation. Give
these tablets a trial. Yc ' h, tain
M fc ? "ht"! ' .e sua ; .-.wM
,n ;''., -o cents. .Sables
.o by All Good Dealers.
b..ua .us yonr lacs curtains. Every
,ue who sends is pleased with onr
work. Why not you?
Cherry's new laundry. 4-1-t:
TKIASFRIR'S CALL FOR COFMY
W A BEASTS. .. ' ;
Notice. 1 hereby given that the cn
dervlgned treasurer of Union -coanty,
Oregon, has funds on and to pay all
warrants which were endorsed pV.r
to December 1, 1907. No interest al
lowed on the above warrants after
April 16, 1909.
Ft IK SALE.
yOR SAL12 Two to tour . . acres of
. suburban property, well Improved.
HinneBlack 1S32, or ri T. E. W.
Kamiiierer, 2004 Adams avenue. '
Xiand for Sale.
. 40 acres of fruit, garden or alfalfa
land for sale cheap If taken soon. C
O. Huffman, R. F. D. 2. La Grande.
FOR SALE Twenty h. p. Reo, ii
good condition. Inquire at Lilly.
Foster hardware store. I-23tf
FOR SALE OR TRADES A young
Clydesdale stallion. 'J. E. Reynolds, -'phone
Black 602, or Farmers, 11.
J-15tf-d&w ' ;
FOR SALE Portable sawmill with 25
h. p. boiler and 20 h. p. engine. Ia
:. good running trim. Inquire at cor
ner North street and V avenue. II.
A. Bishop. ' ,.'' . ' - ; 8-T-2t
FOR SALE Single- comb Rhode
Island Reds, hatching eggs. None
better In Grande Ronde Valley,
come and see. $1.50 per setting of
15. $3 for 45. All Inrertil eggs, re
placed free of charge. " Incubator
chikens $20 per 100. George Wagner-,
Island Cv. 1-7
FOR SALE Seed potatoes, fancy
hand selected. Large and smooth.
Quality A 1; seed strictly pure-.
Burples extra early $2 per 100; late
Rose $1.75; Netted Gems; late! $1.75
Jlurbank ' 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 3-31-4-S
FOR SALE 12 inrh plow good shane,
and almost new., Price $10.01. J."
J. Beldin. 2403 N Depot st 4-8 ; 1
FOR SALE Household furniture;" and
4 room cottage for rent. lCOf! ,7th
street. Phone Red 1811. 4-10-17'
FOR SALE 4 lots in Block 139, in
Chaplin add; 2 blocks from round
house for further particualrs apply
to L F. Dunn, City, or C. E. New
soni 2415 First ave. Seattle Wash.
-' '' '" :. :. 4-12 tf
FOR SALE 1906 Vnodel Reo, five pas
senger, pew transmission, call at
1503 8th st Phone Red 272. 4-15
FOR SALE Three Cows and one-
Jersey bull, call or phone Black 1372
FOR SALE A Clydesdale stalion
coming four years. Good breeder,
j colts can be seen on place, Vergere
, phone or call at Herman Vehrs;
I a Grande. - ' . 1 4-15"
WANTFD AT ONCE A strong boy
to lonrn the bakor3 "trade. Royal'
BaWy. . . ' ; - " - 3-31-If
WANTED Lailiea shoes to ; shine."
: Jolly & DePAileCs barber shoi. shoo
shine stand is equipped to shine r
polish l.v'its'. sho-s. Shoe's l'-ftr
here will he promptly attended
Fifteen cents per pair If leit tv
the shop. . is
SHOP IS TOPULAR.
Christiansen Bros, are experiencing
a good patronage and everybody goes
away satisfied. Their barber shop i;
new ond good service Is promised
MONET TO LOAN Have yqu money
to loss o flrst-claKS secnrlty? For