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Q. L. B1GQERS M. D.
Physician nd Surgeon
Office Ralston Bid. over J.M.Beirys stors
. Office Phone Black 1521
Residence Phone Red 1001
DR. A. L. RICHARDSON
Physician and Surgeon
Office over Hill's Drue Store.
Office Phone 1362 Residence Main 65
N. MOUTOR M. D.
Cor. Adamt Avenue and Deoot St
Office Main 68 Residence Main 68
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Lewie Building, opposite Sommer House
' Office hours, 1 to 4, 7. to 8. p. m.
Phone Main 71
BACON & HALL
PHYSICIANS AND SUROEONS
Office in Foley Building, Phone Main 19
C. T. Bacon residence. Main 18
M, K. Hall residence, Main 62
DR. H. VOLP.
Physician and Suroeon
O"'- ' BiiiMinar. Teleohone Main 80
Calls answered day or night
' DR. P. A. CHARLTON
Office at Hill's Drugstore, La Grande Or
Residence Phone Red, 701
Offic Phone 1361 Farmer Line 68
CRAWFORD & CRAWFORD
la orandk oreooon
Office in Foley Building
Attorney and Counsellor at Law
Office in Ralston Building
La Grande, Oregon.
H. T. Williams
A. C. Williams
WILLIAMS BROS -
Office in Ralston Building
; La Grande. Oregon
L A. P'CKLER
Civil, Minino, Irrigation Engineering
Estimates, Plans, and Specifi- ,
cations. Office in Bohnenkamp
JJj . Office Sommer Building
Office Black 61 Residence 1171
C. B. CAUTHORN .
, Office over Hill's Drug Store
La Grande, Oreoon
. Have you pains in the back, inflamma
tion of any kind, rheumatism, fainting
spells, indigestion or constipation, Hollis
ter's Rocky Mountain Tea makes you
well, keeps you well. 35 cents.
. Nkwlii Druo Co.
Two story brick building, two store
ooms and upstairs, provided with modern
conveniences. Prefer to rent to one
party. Will give a long time lease.
Apply to La Grande Investment Co.
' (LEAN UP NOTICE
Property owners are hereby notified to
clean up their alleys and repair their side
walks at once. John Wilson,
"vJGr A large shipment of Records reached
us this morning from the factory. Come
and hear them. You will likely want
some of then..
W. K. Davis.
1316 Adams Ave.
. MILLINERY OPENING
Every day In the week at Mrs. J. R.
Forrest's. Prices lower than ever known
Trimmer from Gage's of Chicago.
NOTICE TO SETTLE
'All persons who are indebted to J. Bull
, & Company are notified to call at the old
place of business and settle same by
J. Bull & Company.
Rates-One cent a word, one-half a
cent a word each subsequent inser
on. Classified adds bring quick re-'
suits. Try one today. j
FOR RELIABLE ABSTRACTS OF
TITLES go to the La Grande Invest
ment Company, La Grande, Ore., in
REAL ESTATE LOANS-Any amounts
on city and country real estate. Loans
closed promptly, as soon as title Is ap
proved. La Granoe. Investment Com
pany HIDES. PELTS, FURS. JUNK-HigheTt
price paid for hides pelts, furs and junk
Harris corral, one block east of Qeddes'
grocery store. Mose Harris.
WANTED Tie-makers for work on P. &
I. N, Ry. Extension, north of Council,
Idaho. Wages 12 cents per tis. In
spection monthly. Good timber. Trans
portation furnished over P. & I. N. Ry.
Apply to Lewis Hall, tie contractor,
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT-
Furnished housekeeping rooms in suites
of two, three or four. Phone Black
FOR SALE Two modern cottages in
tne residence portion of Walla Walla.
Inquire of Mrs. Simmons, corner 8th
and N Streets.
FOR RENT Two storv house on Wash
ington Ave. Rent only $12.00. In
quire at La Grande School of Music.
MONEY For loans on city property see
Wm. Grant's agency. Also real estate
FOR RENT-Pleasantly furnished rooms
suitable for lighthousekeeping. Mrs. E.
C. Moore, 1617 Fourth Street.
FURNISHED HOUSE Furnished housr
centrally located. Inquire at this
FOR RENT Two desirable rooms near
Depot St Enquire at this office.
FOR SALE A fresh milch cowwith
young calf. Also a single driving horse.
Inquire of J. W. Scriber, La Grande.
FOR RENT Furnished housakaeninir
rooms. Mrs. A. E. Jones, corner of 3d
and Adams Avenue.
WANTED-Girl to do general house
work. Must be competent. Steady em
ployment. Inquire at this office for
FOR SALE Two 10 acre tracts, 7
room houses on each. One in orchard.
Furniture goes with one place. ' One
tract in Cove, other close in. Also one
town lot in Cove. Inquire Oscar Lund,
FOR SALE A two acre tract with am
ple water right One acre in fruit four
room house with pantry and cellar
barn and other improvements. Cheap
if sold at once. No agent's commission
paid. Inquire at this office.
FOR SALE Two Registered . yearling
Shorthorn Bulls one Red and one Roan
J. E. Reynolds, La Grande, Ore,
BOARD AND ROOM Inquire at 1307
Madison Avenue. '
LOST Gentleman's red leather, purse
rnntnininfr mrl nA Aua 4nll J
piece. Return to this office and recieve
LOST On the ei ghteenth. a pair of gol
spectacles between Christian church
and National Bank. Return to Obser
ver or owner. Reward paid.
Mrs. Joe Spencer.
APPRENTICES WANTED Inquire of
Mrs. J. R. Forrest, the milliner, at once.
FOR RENT Housekeeping rooms. In
quire of Mrs. . Pollman, corner Sixth
St. and Washington Ave. Phone Black
WANTED Girl to do general House
work in small family. Inquire of L. D
WANTED A competent girl or woman
to do general housework and capable of
taking complete charge can secure a
permanent position at good wages by
calling at this office.
Brick furnished in any quantty or any
style, No contract too small or to
large. See samples of our pressed
La Oraude, Oregon.
DEATH Of MR1LC STAKLfY
Eau Claire Leaderl
Mrs. Cornelia A. Stanley, wife nf Hnn
L. C. Stanley, of Chippewa Falls, died at
o:ou last evening at her home in that
cny. tne immediate cause of death being
Mrs. Stanley came from Barahnn tn
the Falls in the early '60 s. accompanied
by her husband, and thev have resided in
this community since then.
Deceased was sixtv-eiirht veara old at
tne time of her passine awav. and h.
been a prom nent member of the Enicn-
psl church. She was well and favorably
xnown in this city, where she had many
The sad news of her death was re
ceived in this city last evening by Hon.
W. P. Bartlett and others.
She leaves to mourn her. loss besides
her husband two sons. Frederick, of
Port av, Cm., and William, of Rice Lake.
There were five children born to Mrs.
Stanley and her husband, the above men
tioned two being the only surviving ones.
A daughter. Mrs. . Robert Smith, died
about two .years ago.
A telegram was received yesterday
from Fred, dated San Dieso. Cal.. statimr
that he would leave Los Angeles yester
day morning for home. No definite ar
rangements as to the funeral have been
made. . i
Tha Prohibition State Convention which
met in Portland Saturday nominated the
following ticket y
Uovernor i. H. Am I'.S'..
United States Senator, short term, Rev.
Secretary of State, T. S. McDaniel,
State Treasurer, Leslie Butler.
Supreme Judge, C. J. Bright
Superintendent of Public Instruction,
Attorney-General, F. B. Rutherford.
State Printer. A. S. Hawk.
Congressman from Second District.
H, W. Stone.
Congressman from First District
Edward F. Green.
Joint State Senator from Clackamas
and Multnomah Counties, A. F. Miller. "
THE BIG PIANO HOUSE
WHAT ITS COMING MEANS
With a chain of fifteen retail establish
ments in every important Western trade
center, the Eiiers Piano business, in com
paratively few years has grown to be the
wonder of the trade world. Its methods
and the conduct of the establishment have
won the admiration of artists, music
lovers, and the general public.
This success is due:
First To upholding at all times the
artistic element in pianos.
Second By placing piano selling on a
rational business basis.
Third By making the buyinn of
thoroughly high-class instruments poss
ible to all.
Tersly stated, the Eiiers plan saves to
the piano buyer everything that systema
tic economical, careful and up-to-date
business methods can effect . Thus the
Eiiers plan enables you to secure the
highest grade piano for the money that
ha heretofore, been paid for a medium
grade piano, or to secure a piano of
medium grade for the former price of a
poor one. . More about our methods of
business will be given tomorrow. Watch
for it Just as we anticipated, Saturday
was a big day and we opened up business
this morning with one Piano in tha store.
Several new ones arrived early durinsr
the day and as a result we have a fine
lot on display. Nearly every train this
week will bring new goods but they will
not last long at the present rate of doing
business. Come early and cet first
Eiler's Piano House.
W. K. Davis, manager.
1316 Adams Ave. .
1: HORSE SHOE
Having purchased the
above named chop house
and thoroughly cleaned
and renovated the prem
ises, I am prepared to
furnish the public with
clean, first class meals
for 20 cents.
Only white cooks em
ployed, and the best of
Ben Cotner, Proprietor
Fir Street near railroad crossing
Be it resolved, that there shall be con
structed a sidewalk on the East side of
Fourth St from the south side of ! Sl
to the North side of C St in the Citv of
La Grande. Oregon, where no sidewalk it
tne present time exists, and such side
walks as are already constructed on the
said East side of Fourth St shall be
placed in good repair, between the south
side of J. Sr. to the north side of C St
That such sidewalks shall be constructed
in accordance with the ordinance govern
ing the construction of sidewalks in the
City of La Grande. Oregon, and the same
shall be seven feet in width, and shall
be done at tha expense of the abutting
property owners. That the said side
walks shall be constructed or repaired by
the 20th day of April 1906.
Passed by the council of the citv of La
Grande Oregon on the 4th day of April
A. D. 1906. 1. R. Snook
Recorder city of La Grande
Have you weakness of anv kind stom
ach, back, or any organs of the body?
Don t dope yourself with ordinary medi
cine. Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea is
the supreme curative power. 35 cents.
' Newlin Druo Co.
A new line of tablets just arrived.
W. K. Davis.
1316 Adams Avenue.
FANCY LAUNDRY "
Persons desiring fancy laundry dona,
such as lace curtains, extra fine or deli
cate lac worn, ana can
properly and promptly by leaving orders
at C. L. Thorns Grocsry Store.
Mrs. R. Ji. Davis.
STREET IMPROVEMENT KOTKE
Be it resolved, that a new sidewalk
shall be constructed on the west side of
Fourth street from the south side of K
street to the north side of I street In the
city of La Grande, Oregon, and that said
sidewalks shall be constructed in accord
ance with the established grade and shall
be seven feet in width, and shall be con
structed in accordance with the ordinance
governing tha construction of sidewalks
in the city of La Grande.
And be it further resolved, that the
sidewalks already constructed on the
west side of Fourth street from the south
side of I street to the north side of C
street in the said city of La Grande, shall
be placed in good repair, and the con
struction of the new sidewalks or repairs
of the sidewalks already constructed,
shall be done at the expense of the abutt
ing property owners, and that said side
walks ba constructed or said repairs
made by the 20 day of April, 1906.
Passed by the Council of the city of La
Grande, Oregon, on the 4th day of April,
A. D., 1906.
I, R. Snook,
Recorder of tha city of La Grande.
THE TAYLOR STUDIO X
t Remember the Taylor Studio has
moved next door to the Observer
office and has a nice line of the X
T latest mounts and styles for photos,
just arrived. Call and see them
and get prices.
I THE TAYLOR STUDIO
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A L CHAIO, Oawral paMD(r Agent.
DON'T READ THIS j
MORE THAN SIX TIMES t
Without calling at Coolidge's paint and wall T
paper store and examining the largest and
most complete line of
NEW WALL PAPER
Ever shown in La Grande
M'c Employ a force of Skilled Paper Hangers I
' and Painters.
nd are prepared to hand e all kinds of w;rk In
this line to the ertire utis'a tio i of our c Co
rners. Cet our prices in lime, cement, etc.
O. TV. 0.0 2 Li IB. GE
Field and Garden
IN PACKAGES AND IN BULK
' For several seasons we have been the leading seed
distributors of Union county and our present stock
Is larger than ever Everything In the seed line
Secuie our prices on either small, or quantity
JEFFERSON AVE Main 57
HAY MARKET WEAKER
Our Storage No. f is still filled with the Choicest Hay.
All grades Timothy, Mixed and Wild. We offer you
Choice Hay for $12 00 per ten. We are giving local
consvmers all the benifit of Ihe decline in the market.
ON SALE, SEED POTATOES
We have several cars of true varieties in transiet. Rural Yorkers;
Burbanks; Shippers Pride; Mill's Priie; and Early Rose, will have
them here in a few days. Wa offer these at $ 1 per cwt. In order to
secur true varieties in the future wa will pay the largest market
price for your present stock and sell you imported ssed.
" PHONE MAIN S -
Oregon Produce Company
1 Beautiful Hair and Face
2 May be had by having' scientific
bhampooing and Massage. The
S are prepared to do these specialties
and Friday of each week will be
t mAC ri: L .
g, i u i uu uuomjiiiqi a. riiuan par
lor for ladies. Lady attendant in
C.T. COLT Prop
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CITY BREWERY I
JULIUS ROESCH, Proprietor.
; Largest Brewing Plant in Eastern Oregon t
I Ask for La Grande
J LA GRANDE BEER IS
AND SHOULD HAVE
A ROYAL WELCOME
Is accorded every gentleman
All the leading brands of cigars
and the kind of smoking tobacco
you have been looking for.
are at your disposal at alt times
Beer and get the Best
MADE IN LA GRANDE