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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 2, 1906)
0 L EIGQERS M. D.
Physicuh and, Suroeow
Office RaLton Bid. over J.M.B,ry. store
Office Phone Black 1521
Kmdence Phone Red 1001
J. H. HUBBARD. M. D.
Physician and Surokon
Offic m Slater Building. Cor. Fir Street
!id Jef r!!nAlnu4- P"n Main 79
in. A. L RICHARDSON
Physician and Surokon
OiTce oyer Hill's Drug Store.
Offke Kwne 1 362 Residence Main 56
MOLITOR M. D.
Car Adamc Ivmu - J r . r-1
Office Main 68 Resioence Main 68
PHYSICIANS AND SUROEONS
Office in Foley Building, Phone Main 19
C T. Bacon residence, Main 1 8
M, K. Hall residence. Main 52
DR F. E. MOORE
DR. H. C. P. MOORE
Airksville Graduates, under hounaer
Office Sommer Building
Phones: Office Main 63; Res. Main 64
Dr II.Volp. Dr. F. Moormeister.
AND yUKLlGN AND SuRCECN
Offije'.Corpe Building. Telephone Mai. 1 80
Residence of Dr. Moormeister: Main 61
Calls Answered Day and Night.
CRAWFORD & CRAWFORD
La -ranoi oreoon
Omce in Foley Building
H T. Williams A. C. Williams
Office in Ralston Building
La Grande. Oregon
L. A. PICKLER
Cwil, Minino, Irnioation Enoinebrino
Estimates, Plans, and Specifi
cations. Office in Bohnenkamp
La GBANoa. Oreoon
J. R. OLIVER
Attracts of Title. Fire Insurance
Office in Sommer Building
La Goande, Oregon.
Z. B. CAUTHORN
Office over Hill's Drug Store
La jRandr, Oreoon
DR. P. A. CHARLTON
Office at Hill's Drugstore, La Grande Or
Residence Phone Red, 701
Ofice Phone 1361 Farmer Line 58
MISS ANNA CARLSON
Phone Farmers 19 2x4
f I IGHTMNG COLLECTION
H. A. Watson, Mr.
j Our stem Bet tn6 money
Full particulars made known upon
application to interested parties.
Office Lewis building
La Grande, Or.
IN fl HURRY?
p-HE TRANSFER MAN
U will take that trunk to the De
btor your home in less time than i
i ikes to tell it. ,,
Day phone Red 761
ftght " Black 1792
Wagon lwY t youi service
. A3LES - La Grande Aene 296F. O
a. meets tvery Frioay right in Elk
Mil at 8 . m. Visiting brhren
nvited to atu v
- . I. R. Snook W. S
Jr.G. LBiggers W. P.
w. i . uranaa Lxxige no. 10,
meets in their hat) every Saturday night
Vltltinn k.ntk. - H.. i .
- s wiwiivii wuiuiauy mviiea w av-
tfinH nU. .... L -
Model Restaurant ;
J. A. Annnrvi N Ct
D. E. Cox, Sec
UTiD fKlA Until r-M-r t -v
0. F. Meets every first and third Thurs
days in the month in Odd Fellows hall.
hitinff Datriarchs aIaiiv walMma
i T- tr ' n
VJ. Cm rCWLER, Vrf. r.
M. W. A.- La G rand a fSmn Nn
meets every first and. third Wednesday
wm monin at i. u. u. r . hall. Ai
Si tin? neiphhnrs ar r.nrHiallu imfita tn
attend. . C. S. Williams. V. C-
John Halu Clerk.'
FORESTERS OF AMERICA Court
aid Marion Nn OO moo - u Tk
day night in Redman hall. Brothers
ii b inviiea 10 attend.
. r rep Hom Chief Ranger
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John Hall and C. S. Williaml
FR1ENDSHIPTENT No. M , K. 0. T
Meets second and fourth Wednesdays
kach month ml O n 17 kn v
' H. C. Ball. Com
Mox Block, Record Keeper
LO. T. M. HIVRNn"'37Mol
Hrst and third 1 hursaays in ilm iftcr
noon at the HuHmsn Kali An ,;;
ladies are welcome.
Maude Lono Lady Commander.
M. C. Vessky, Record Keeper.
B. P. O. E.. U GRANDE LODGE No
433 Meals each Thursday evening at
eight o'clock in Elks' hall, on Adams
Avenue. Visiting Brothers are cordially
invited to attend.
E. W. Davis. Exalted Ruler
G. E. McCully, Recording Secretary.
La fSRANnp rnrv-str w icq
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD--Moots
every Friday of each month in
tne K. of r. hall in the Corp building. All
visiting members welcome.
Fred Jacobs Consul Commander
J. H. Keeney, Clerk.
RED CROSS LODGE. No. 27 Meets
every Monday evening in Castle Hall,
Corpe building. A Pythian welcome to
N. L Ackles, C. C.
R. Pattison, K. R. & S.
RATHBONE- SISTERS Roweia Tem
ple No. 9 meets every Wednesday even
ing at 8 p. m. in the K. of P. Hall "in the
Corpe building. Visiting members cordi
Mh.ly Frawley M. E. C
nice Procter M. of R. Sl C.
FRATERNAL TRIBUNES NO. 119-
Meets first and third Friday evening of
each month in I. 0. 0. F. hall. Visiting
members cordially invited.
Franklin Harris. Chief Tribune.
Ed. W. Kammerer, Sec. 2004 Adams Ave
LA GRANDE SCHOOL
PROF. DAY. PRINCIPAL.
MRS. DAY, ASSISTANT.
institutions in the state, and that
people in this city and valley are
begininng todiscover the advantage t
of this school. The . system is the J
latest and most practical, and in- 4
eludes all the latest discoveries in t
the art of teaching music. The
school Is divided into two depart-
merits; No. 1 is for beginners from
5 years or more and. are taught
the first three grades. Pupils come
one hour each day. This is no kin
dergarten system but far superior.
In No. 2 the grades are from 3 to
16. Here they graduate. Pupils
take one or two lessons a week as
they desire. No scholars will be
permitted to remain in this school
who do not study.
Opposite the Foley House over
the candy store. Pnone. 473.
FRESH CANDIES .
We Make Ti'em Every Day J
and what is of more importance,
it that we make tt.em of Pure
Material. :: :: :: :: :
SELDER, The Candy
l - ' '''-Xl,Ci',ji'T,l
A' At Jr.
To amount received
Coin and County
currency warrants Total
By amounts paid
County - .
treasurer warrants Total
$50,593.43 $5.765.14 $56,358.67
3.329.62 77.07 -3.406.59
2.116.45 41.79 -2.158.24
Aug. 06 .
State of Oregon I .
County of Union f
I hereby certify, that the foregoing
Statement is true as shown by my Books
and Accounts, of my predecessor dated
this 1st. day of October, A. D. 1906,
' F. P. Childers,
Sheriff and tax collector.
T. B. Johnson,
Semi-annual statement of the amount
of money and warrants received for
Uxes, and money paid to the County
Treasurer, by the sheriff of Union county,
Oregon, for the six months ending Sept,
30. A. D. 1906.
WANTED A MINISTER
Sometimes ministers of the Gospel see
and experience funny things. Here is
the copy of a letter one of them (not in
La Grande) received recently, at the
B .Oregon, 19C6
Rev. M Oregon,
Dear Sir and friend.
I drop you a few lines as
Miss J and myself is to be mar
ried next S : the ... th of this month
at the home of the home of the Bride
and we would like to have you marrie us
if you can come then. I will alow you
the fee of five dollars. Please let me
know by return mail so I will have time
to get some one els. Please keep this
secret at present,
Siegrist itCo.Jewelers. have placed on
sale at their store 400 fiine watches
at wholesale prices. Mr. Herman Siegrist
while in San Francisco secured about 700
Waltham Elgin watches at a bargain part
of which were sent to this city and placed
Watch their window for bargains.
The Blue Mt. Creamery Co. will dis
continue their milk route after Oct. 31
This move on the part of the Creamery
Co. has become necessary on accoont of
the sale of the Spring Brook Dairy Herd
by J. W. McAlister whom they had been
getting their supply of milk, they have
however secured the milk from Fred
King's Jersey Herd in Old Town which
will enable them to coutinue supplying all
custumers who are able to call at the
C:eamery for it. Blue Mountain Cream
Now is the time
to have your old
u ill do the work.
Agent for Cleveland Bicycles
0. D. HAGERTY
SUCCESSOR TO WM. SMITH J
and Wood f
1410 Adams Avenue
Phone, black 1211
CARLOAD LOTS A SPECIALTY
No order too large None too small
All our groceries are good, clean,
fresh, and pure. The kind that
2 will make your meals very delici-
J ous. and give the house-wife an
a urn t U :M ' : : .
vi hi ii vpaiiutg n.
We challenge the city on fresh
farm produce and berries. Every- J
thing that should be found in a J
first class grocery. j
PHONE MAIN 46
1 i i "
x PALMER MOUSE
JOHN PALMER, Prop.
J Firstclass accommodations. J
V Unard bv the dav wnplt nr nrmnth
at reasonable rates
New furniture throughout.
' Centrally located
ADAMS ANENUE, between Fii
Fresh and Cured
Can be obtained at this mar
at all times. We deliver all
orders promptly. Phone to
us or leave your order.' We
will do the rest.
Successor to J. Bull and Co.
Phone Main 48
coughs QUICKEST CURE colds
THE WONDER WORKER !
CHAS. EBY, SR., of Elizabeth, III., writes: "I ppld out over $160 U lx I phy
sicians, who treated me for La Grippe without giving me any relief, v a 1 i ward
bought a $1.00 bottle of DR. KING'S NEW DISCOVERY, and after takln i cents
of this one bottle I was entirely cured."
Prlet 50c and $1.00 ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEED! Trial, ttitifrii
Newlin "Drii ComTDan
CITY BREWERY !
JULIUS ROESCH, Proprietor.
Largest Brewing Plant in Eastern Oregon
Ask for La Grande Beer and get the Best ,
LA GRANDE BEER IS MADE IN LA GRANDE '
AND SHOULD HAVE THE PREFERENCE
is perhaps the most important point in securing a"
good picture, and it's a point to which we give much
care. We study each subject and bring out the
character individuality of the face to the best ad
vantage. The same care is given to every part of
the work, to the retouching Printing, Toning and
Mounting, so that the finished picture is a pleasure
to you and a credit to
II. J. RITTJER
Photographer ' ' La Grande, Ore.'
Remember the Forrestore will give
their annual Thanksgiving Ball, Thursday
November, 29th. Do not forget the
10 TEAMS WANTED
$4 per day to haul 6 loads of gravel or
sand from my gravel- bar. 6,000 pounds
to the load, furnish one man if teamster
hauls, 6500 or more to the load. I will
pay accordingly. Haul one mile, good
evel road easy plan to load and unload.
J. L. Mars.
DR. KING'S I LUNGS
SOLD AKD RECOUUENOED
STARVING TO QEATtt :
Because her stomach was so weakened
by useless drugging that she oould not fat,
Mrs. Mary H. Walters, of St.- Clair St.,
Columbus, O., was literally ' Xjktng to
death. ' She writes: "My stomV'Vfas so
weak from useless drugs that r couH not
eat, and my nerves so wrecked J!"
could not sleep: and not before I was given
up to die was I induced to try Electric
Bitters; with the wonderful result that
Improvement began at once, and a com
plete cure( followed." Best health Tonic
on earth. 60c. Guaranteed by Newlin '
Drug Company druggist. . , - :
FOUND A heavy chain, on Fourth
Street. Owner can have same by call
ing at the Horseshoe Chop house and
paying, for this ad.
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