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LA TOION COUNTY, OREuON.
TUESDAY, JANUARY 10, 1911.
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75c per Box
PUY8ICIAX9 AND SUKGEONS.
N. MOL1TOR" M. D. fhysiclan , auu
Surgeon.: Corner Adams Ave. ana
.. Depot street. Office, Main 58; Rosl
" dence 69. ' , ' . . --'V, , r
C. H. UPTON. Ph. U. M. D. Physician
and surgeon. Special attention to
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat, Office
' in La Grande' NaUuhal Bank Builu
Jng. ' Phones: Office Main 2, Real
dence Main .32.'" ' '. 1 ; "
A. L. RICHARDSON Physician and
surgeon. Office Hours: 2 to & p. in
except Sunday. Sunday by appoint
ments.'1', Telephones: Office, Black
1362; Ind. 351; residence, Main 55;
V Ind. 312.
GEO; W. ZIMMERMAN Osteoppth
Physlclftn. Soincuer Bldg., Rooms 7,
8, 9 and 10. Phones: ., Home 1332,
Pacific, Main 63, Residence phone,
Black 951. : Successor to Dr. C. E
.' Moore. . '
DR. M. P. MENDELSOHN Doctor of
Optics. Spectacles and Eye Glasses
" Fitted and made to order. All er
rors of Refraction Corrected. I 1105
Adams Ave. Foley" Hotel Bids. La
OR. H. L. TJNDERWJOD and DR
DORA J. UNDERWOOD Office ov
er Wright Drug store. Special at-
- tention paid to diseases and surgery
of the eye.
Phones Office Main 22; residence,
J. C. PRICE, D. M. D, Dentist. Room
23,. La Grande National Bank Build
lng. Phone Black 399. ' : " ".
DR. R. L. LINCOLN, DENTIST First
class services given. Office over Lil
"' ly's Hdw. store. Phone Black-451.
DR. P. A. CHARLTON .Veterinary Sur
geon. Office at Hill's Drug Store
La Grande. Residence phone, Pel
701; Office phone, Black 1361; Inde
pendent phone 63; both phones si
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
COCHRAN & COCERAN Attorneys:
- Chas. E. Cochran and Geo. T. Coch
' ran. La Grande National ' Bank
Bldg., La Grande, Oregon.
T. H. CRAWFORD Attorney at Law
Practices in al lthe courts of the
; State And United States. Office In
La Grande National Bans Bldg., La
' Grande, Oregon. , ,
t. W. C. NELSON Mining Engineer
r Baker City. Oregon. ...
I have taken the management of the
Crystal Cafe again and ask the pat
ronage of my old customers.
II. L CLARK.
When your feet are wet and cold, and
your body chilled through and through from
exposure, lake a big dot of Chamberlain's
toiigh Remedy, Imtlie - your feet in hot
water before RoinR to W, and yon are al
mom certain U ar m it eow c.'M. or
lflfftK pay Rent? IVeoau w
mm montf to build, ana
Pay us as you would rent, .
J. R. 0UVER.
HENRY' AND MOL1TOR ARE NASI.
ED TO REPRESENT UNION.
Plan Is to Have Committees in Erery
County to Outline Work.
' County Judge J. C. Henry and Dr.
N. Molltor have been named by the
state Good Roads' association as spec
ial good roads committeemen ' from
Union county. This Is in line with the
appointment of similar committees
throughout the state which are to
form, special roads committees for
the entire state. .. .
Committees ; from other Eastern
Oregon counties ares "
' Baker WV J. Patterson, Baker; T.
B. Messlsk (County Judge) Baker.
Harney Archie McGowan, Burns,
Ore.; C. H. Leonard, Burns, Ore.
Umatilla Dr. C. J. Smith, Pendle-
Wallowa John P. Rusk, Joseph;
. No Lie.1 :'
I don't want you to marry for mor
son.', explained the practical fa
ther. "but remember It's just as easy
to court a rich girl as a poor one;" j ,
It is not.". Interrupted the son.
Haven't you noticed the fierce com.
petition for the rich ones?" Cleveland
Leader. -'. , ,
. " A Good Gueaa. ' ,
. I hear the people cheering loud;
Some (rreat man passes., probably,
Alas. I've never beard a crowd
Hurrah for me!
I hear the music of the bands.
' 1 see the banner proudly fly.
The people never clap their hands
.When I go by. .;
. X wonder If It la because : :t , 1
rve never done a thing aa yet
To make me worthy of applause?
It U. I'll bet!
Expert Advice.. :
"My pigs seem sickly," complained
the amateur farmer. "Yet I give
them enough to eat" .
Your ' troughs , are too ' narrow.
stranger. A bog doesn't think he's
getting, enough to eat unless he can
put his feet In the. trough." Pittsburg
A Makeup Mixup. "';
When Marie and I "made up" .
In that time ao far to seek
Twas my heart waa on my aleeve,
And a blush Inflamed her cheek.
But In "makeupa" you will note
Kow'a employed a different art.
"It her blush ia on my aleeve,
While her cheek Inflames my heart!
. - -y T'- -Judge. ,
'. ' . i ... ', '
':-: Form , t
The Doctor Pre been having some
trouble lately in the shape of tooth
ache. '. . ' ; '.'! '' '
The Professor Merely to satisfy my
curiosity would you mind telling me
what a toothache Is. shaped likeT-Chl-cago
.. The Prixe Performer.
Used to love the tiny bird
Sittln on the limb.
Used to think I'd never heard
Blngers fine aa blm. '
Now his song don't reach my heart
As It's lightly tossed. , ,
Wlsh't Albs Katydid would start .-
Blngln' 'bout the frost.
- Washington BUr,
' Liked the Outlook.
Subbubs Swamphurst Is the most
unhealthy place In the world. Since
we have lived there my wife can
scarcely speak above a whisper.
Henpeckke Gee! Do you suppose
1 could get a bouse out there? Phila
delphia Record. .
Troubles of Fatty.
There once was a fellow named Slalter,
Who said as he dally grew fatter,
"My tailor don't mind,
Nor my shtrter, I find ,.
But it Isn't much help to my hatter."
; The Bast Advice. . ;
. Ethel Mercy, here's . pnpa coming,
and be told me tbe next time he caught
you here he'd kick you! .
Jack What would you advise me to
Ethel Sit dowo.-Boston Transcript
A Bad Cold.
' "There ore two stages In a bad cold,"
averred Unci? Allnu Spnrks. "In the
one stage It afflicts the man that's got
It, and In tbe other it afflicts everybody
. The Aae of Competition.
"How high Is his temperature, doc
"Well, he's closely crowding the rec
"Fine!" Cleveland Tlaln Dealer.
It is generally more profitable to
reckon trp our defects than to boast of
unr attain monts.-Carlyle,
100th Anniversary of Horace Greeley,
: Famous Editor, to Be Celebrated
I ; :
The Greeley memorial fund committee, of which John I. D. Bristol Is pres
ident, Victor . Gulnxburg vice president Jacob jErlich treasurer and Edwin
Bedell secretary, has sent out the following announcement: The entire nation
will celebrate the Horace Greeley centenary, Feb. 3. 1911, is the present out-'
iook. bcnoois in every part of the United States have been asked to take part,
nd favorable responses have been received from many states. Luther L,
Wright, head of the schools of the state of Michigan, writes, MI shall be
pleased to ask the schools of this state to observe this day with proper exer
cises.'"' Colleges like Yale and others have signified their intention of Joining
la the commemoration.- President Taft has been invited to speak at Chappa
qua. It Is expected that the city of New York will have an impressive gath
ering. The City club of New York city has set aside the luncheon of Feb. 4
for a press luncheon in commemoration of the life and services of Horace
Greeley. . President James Tole of Typographical union No. 6 Informs the
Greeley, memorial committee that the union is working upon the matter of
properly celebrating the centenary of its first president. Horace Greeley. The
movement of the Greeley centenary originated, at Chappaqua. It was decided
by the men who are actuated by the highest patriotic motives that right there
(Chappaqua) would be the proper plnce to erect a statue in memory of Horace
Greeley. , It Is the Bpot that Mr. Greelev lorpfl n0 doorlf. and his daughter,
Mrs. Gabrlelle Greeley Clendenin, still lives on the oId?;itm. ; .
Foley Kidney Pills.
Are tonic in action, quick in results. A
special medicine' for all kidney and
bladder disorders. H. M. Beatty, Little
Rock, Ark., says, "For two years, I
have been troubled with severe kidney
trouble. The pains across my 'back
W. H. BOHNENKAMP CO.
"My darling" said he, f7f can not yet be,
Though it does break my heart to postpone it.
A year or two mors, perhaps three before,
I can lurnish the house, though I own .it."
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and over my hips were so bad that
they almost meant death to me at
times. Loused several well known kid
ney remedies which gave me no re
lief until I used Foley Kidney Pills,
and these I can truthfully recommend
as they have made me sound and well."
'' Hills Drug Store, ;
Hardware and Bu
Directory of the Fraternal Order!
of La Grande, Oregon
A. F. & A. M. La Grande Lodge No.
41, A. F. & A. M. holds regular meet
lugs first and third Saturdays at
7:30 p. m. Cordial welcome to all
Masons. -JOHN 8. HODGIN, W. M.
A. C. WILLIAMS, Secretary
a P. O. E. La Grande Lodge No. 433
meets each Thursdayevening at 8
o'clock In Elk's club, corner of De
pot street and Washington avenue.
Visiting brothers are cordially In
vited to attend.
DR. O. L. BIGGERS, Ex Rul.
MUCH McCALL. Rec. Sec.
WOODMEN OF - THE ' WORLD La
Grande Lodge No. 169 W. , O. , W.
, meets every second and fourth Tues
day In the month. AJ1 vbitlng mem'
- bers welcome.
J. H. KEENEY, Clerk.
. W. A. La Grande Camp No." 7703
, meets every Monday In the month at
'': the I, 0, 0. F. hall. All visiting
neighbors are cordially Invited to
I attend. -''V''
I. R. SNOOK. C.
'W'-w;; D. E. COX, Clerk.'
Palmist and Magnetic Healer
To give Life Readings and Treatments
at one-half regular fee.
It you are sick and you are tired of drugging call at once and see
'what a few treatments Will do for yon;-Satisfaction guaranteed or
no money accepted. Madame Ddmar makea a specialty of treating
all nervous disorders, stomach, liver and kidney troubles, and rheu-'
matism. Do not delay, better call at once and see what natures doc-
tor can dp for you. '..'.. -'X'' K:XX- ' ;.'.'" - . V ,'; X"'-V
I0UB PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE . LIFE BEYEALED.
MADA&I DELMAR is not a for tune teller and should not be classed
as such. ' 'XXl '';'!'' V .; : "
A SWENlTnC FALMIST ClVOIAJrT.
Will tell you what you are best adapted for, and what to do to be
successful in business, love or money matters. Tells what you want
to know without asking a question.- ' ' v i
If you wiBh to be happy and gain good health call iuid consult this
remarkable palmist fit once, & her stayjn this city la limited to
a Bhort time only. Perfect satis faction guaranteed In all palm read
ings or horoscopes or no fee ac cepted, This la fair, Is It not?
If you are In doubt concerning some important matter and need ad
vise call on the Madam at once. Prices are reasonable and within the
reach of all. ; OFFICE HOURS 1 0 A. Iff. TO 9 P. ft '
Office 1423 Adams Avenue
a. f I'M
MAKER OF HAPPY HOMES
V Why George, she replied, "this ad. should decide
If you're anxious to wed why delay, dear?
They'll furnish our home from cellar to dome,
And give us our own time to pay, dear."
REBEKAHS Crystal Lode Na
meets every Tuesday evening In the
I. O. O, F. hall, Allvlsitiog mem
bers are Invited to attend.
MISS ANNA ALEXANDER, N. G.
MRS. JENNIE M. SMITH, Sec.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS Red Cross
Lodge No. 27 meets every Monday
night In Castle hall, (old Elk's hall.)
A Pythian welcome to all ;74Un
JESS PAUL, C C.
R. I LINCOLN. M. of R. ft S
O. E. S. Hope Chapter No. 13, 0. E.
. C. holds stated communicators the
second and fourth Wednesdays ol
each month. , Visiting members cor
, dially invited. '" 1
MARY A. WARNICK, Sec
( ' PAULINE EDERLEE, W. M.
WOMEN OF . WOODCRAFT Crande
Ronde Circle No. 47 meets everr
first and third Thursday evenlnga
, In the month at the I. 0. 0. F. kail.
v AH visiting members are welcome.
v ' ' CHLOE ROBINSON. G. 1L
LIZZIE ELLSWORTH. Clerk.
Offer for, One ycsk