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G L EIGOERS to. d,
Physician and Suroeon
Ju Rilston Bid. over J.M.Be.r, store
Offce Phone Black 1321
Kfci'dence Phone Red 1001
J. H. HUBBARD. M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
J.fi:o in Slater Building. . Cor. Fir Street
3 J Jefferson Avenue. Phone Main 79
DR. A. L. RICHARDSON
Physician and Surgeon
OiF.ce over Hill's Drug Store,
flo t none 1262 Residence Main 65
N. MOL1TUR M. D.
PiiSIClAN ANO SUROLCN
Jar. Adams Avenue and Depot St
Ofti: Main 68 Resiaence Main 68
BACON & Hal.u
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS
Oftis in Foley Building, Phor.e Main 19
C 1. Bacon residence, Main 1 8
M, K. Hall residence. Main 52
jR. F. E. MOORE
DR. H. C. P. MOORE
Osteopathic Physicians '
A rksville G radiates, under Founder
Office Soinmer Building
4 i hones: Office Miin 63; Res. Main 64
Dr. F. Moormeister.
OffieeiCorpe Building. Telephone Main 80
Residence of Dr. Moormeister: Red 1712
Calls Answered Day and Night.
CRAWFORD & CRAWFORD
LA JriANOB OREGON
Y ' Orbee in Foley Building
11 i. Williams A. C. Williams
Office in Ralston Buildir.g
U Grande. Oregon
L. A. P1CKLER
.':riL, Minino, Irrigation Enoineerino
' AND SURVEY1N0
Estimates, Plans, and Specifi
cations. Office in Bohnenkamp
(1 , Bui'ding.
f a Grands. ' Oregon
J. R OLIVER
Attracts of Title. Fire Insurance
Office in Soinmer Building
La Goande, Oregon.
Z. B. CAUTHORN
Office over Hill's Drug Store
La jrands. Oreoon
. r. F ERINARV SURGEON
DR. P. A. CHARLTON
Offce at Hill's Drugstore. La Grande Or
Kesidance Phone Red, 701
Otce Pnone 1361 Farmer Line 58
,n u rses
MSS ANNA ' CARLSON
Phons Farmers 1 & - x
LA GRANDE SCHOOL
j OF MUSIC
I PROF. DAY. PRINCIPAL.
MRS. DAY. ASSISTANT.
T mis is ore cf the best musical .n
1 'r.stitutior.s in tne state, and that
X people in th.s city and va..ey are
beaimn-s tod sco.er the advantage
A f tn"s sciooi. The system is tne
.latest and most practical, ana m
J ciudes ail the latest d.scoveries in
! the art of teaching mus,c. Tne
scnool is divded into two depart-
: 5 years or more nV -,?n.
ten system but far super, or.
1S. Here tne, gradate. Pup.lt
take one or two - ,,
thw desire. No scholars will ot
Emitted to remain in this school
w"o do not study.
W0PpeWthe Foley House over
the candy store. Phone. 1S.
, T i ....
ISLAND CITY WINS
Isiand City yesterday tied another scalp
to tiier list of dangling victories
when they tr.mmed up Elgin, at the
latter' field to tne tune of ten to noth
ing. The field at Elgin was snowy and slip
pery, causing frequent fumbles, and stum
ping, isiand City repeated her former
tricks in the first minute of play, that
of scaring on a fumble. Island City kicked
off to E'gin but a fumble soon gave the
oan to island ot E'gin's fifteen yard line
and it was short work to carry it over.
For a considerable length of time after
the first score it was even money in the
field. Both Sides Dunted fmnnanHii nrl
some nice work was exiibited in .the ex
change. Distance of punts were about
equal. Walters cot awav several tim
maki ' the loncest runs for his tm
Two runs in Quick succession earrmd th
ball from E'gin's fifty-five yard line, over
the goal. The last run was rather spec
tacular. Walters, starting at the fifty-five
yara line, ran around right end for thirty
yards and was downed on the side lines.
A fake fullba k run around left end, ended
behind the posts making the score ten to
The plays were slow in getting started,
but once on, they were on in earnest No
scores were registered in the second half.
Eigin showed more ginger in the last half
and in the last fifteen minute made things
most awfully interesting for the visitors.
Jake Halgarth, quarter for the Elgin -
ites, caught a punt behind his goal post.
in the first half and ran itout thirtv vards.
making the longest run of the day for hi
This makes the third time that Island
City has vanquished the Elginites, and
gives them an undisputed claim on their
Spence at end and Walters at full
starred for the visitors. Nevertheless, all
the visitors played a consistent and strong
game. Arnold for Elgin was continually
breaking thru the line and doubtlessly was
the strongest man on his team. Walters
was injured in the second half and had to
BAKER CITY WINS
Baker City, Nov. 29. Baker City high
school this af'ernoon defeated the Port
land high school team by a score of ten
to nothing. Baker City had it consider
ably her own way and showed a superior
ity of her opponents that was marked
Tne game demonstrates that Eastern Ore
gon can successfully cope with any team
from the western portion cf the state.
Baker City is jubilant tonig'it over the
(Scrlppi New Association)
Boston, Mass., Nov. 30. The Social
Education Congress commenced its an
nual session in the Tremont temple here
this forenoon when, there was a large at
tendance of prominent educators from all
carts of the states in attendance. Edu
cation for Citizenship" was the subject
spoken on by President tliot or Harvard
Ho asked the concress to consider if
children at present were getting the kind
of education that would enable them in
mature years to give the right support to
the state. The state, he said, has tne
power to demand and would demand that
the education necessary to accomplish
this end be given to children. Governor
Guild and Mr. 3. H. Martin, secretary of
the Massachusetts Board of Education,
I sr.cke on the same subject. The other
' questions for discussion are "The School
i as a Social Organization", "the School and
I the family", and "Commercial Education".
! The congress will sit until Saturday after
noon. ; One of the spiendid results of physical
! beautifying is it's tendency to create an
ambition tc be beaut.ful in every way.
When a woman gets a good start by
' tak.ng Hcll'.ster s Rockv Mountain Te?
: she is all right. Tea or Tab;ets. 12 cents
j Newiin DrugOo.
I ART LESSONS
! Miss Nina Hunstcck w.snes to annourc
! to the ladies cf La Grande that she t
prepared to take orders and give lessors
in both water coiors and china painting.
Studio at 906 Mam St.
W ear. local a number zt partes on
gooJ taoer ciaima of two million fast and
p.mJ BIk. La Grakds Investment Ca.
Why not buy a
You have perhaps Sht youjvere ping to get a Piano sometime but it just looks like the time will
i.wVcr come wun you ars nuy !t u explain U you, uur
EASY PAYMENT PLAN and maybe we can LOOK THESE OVER
1 help you get a Piano ZzJ -S---
and you will recognize the Worlds Greatest Pia'noes
Steinway, Knabe, Everett, A. B. Chase, Fischer, Packard, Ludwig, Conover, Eastey,
Emerson, Kmgsburry, Cable, Wellington, Sterling, Huntington, and many other standard makes '
we promise you.
An Honest Value
I will sell to the highest bidder at pub
lic auction at the Eva Andross farm, four
miles northeast of Island City
WED. DEC. 12
Commencing at 9 a. m.
IS head of work horses, 1 saddle mare,
2 yearlings, 3 milch cows, 1 six month
old colt, 1 two seated hack nearly new, 1
buggy, 4 farm wagon, 1 derrick good at
new, 1 fourteen foot header. 8 header
boxes, 2 three bottom and 1 two bottom
gang plows. 1 two bottom and 1 three
bottom disc plow. 6 sets farm harness, 1
six foot one- way disc, 1 sixteen foot har
row with riding attachment, 1 reven foot
binder with tongue trucks, 1 small black
smith outfit, 1 walking plow, 13 head of
cows. 2 thoroughbred Hereford bulls.
Other articles too numerous to mention.
FREE LUNCH AT NOON
Terms: Under $15 cash, $16 and over,
ten months time on note with approved
security bearing 8 per cent.
H. B. Oavidhizer, Anctioneer.
Is not complete without
one of our Turkeys.
Fresh meats of all kinds
KR0USE BROS Prop
Successor to J. Bull and Co
Phone Main 43
Now is the time
to have your old
will do the work.
Agent for Cleveland Bicycles
HAD A CLOSE CALL
A dangerous surgical operation, in
volving the removal of a malignant ulcer
as large as my hand, from my daughter's
hip. was prevented by the application of
Bucklen Arnica Salve," says A. C.
Luckle, of Miletus. W. Va- "Persstent
us of the Salve completely cured iL"26c.
' Cures Cuts, Bum and Injuries.
at Ntwlm Drug Co, druggists.
at an Nonest Price
Notice i hereby oivan to all whom it
may concern that Edna S. Swart has
oeen appointed by the County Court of
Union county, Orezon. Administratrix of
the estate of J. A. Swart, deceased. All
person having claims against the estate
of said deceased are required to oresent
them with the proper vouchers within six
month from the date hereof to the Ad
ministratrix at her home, No. 1401. 8th
street. La Grande, Union county, orJon.
Dated this Nov. 23, 1 906.
Edna S. Swart,
Administratrix of the estate of
J. A. Swart, deceased.
A big stock of fresh, real rubber water
bottles has just arrived at cur store
Good time to select.
Newlin Druo Co.
10,000 SHARES W
of Aurelia Mining Stock are now offered at 15c per share.
When this block is sold no more will be offered and the price will
be advanced to 20c per share. One year ago the stock sold lor
5c, today at 15c. You will have the same chance now to double
your money in the next year.
The Company has decided to sell this much of its treasury
stock to clean up its debts. It has cost slightly more than was
calculated to install its present plant and build roads, etc., and the
Company is desirous of keeping the Aurelia out of debt. Sold
for this purpose and only for this, the Company offers the
above treasury stock. Buy now if you desire a holding with us.
The property is well enough known to need no mention here.
But will say that our mill run on the ores was a success, a was
show by the assays return. Tailings taken every hour showed
$2.00 per ton, and the concentrates assayed $223.55. This is
extra for a start up.
For Stock or Further Information
J. A. THRONSON or J.L CORBETT
A. B. HUELAT Alston Buildinl
FOR RENT Unfurnished rooms for rent,
suitable for housekeeping. Apply to
Mrs. S. C. Zubf.r.
AFTER THE THANKSGIVING
every man who is a amoker loves
a good cigar. The man who don't
smoke don't know what a pleas
ure he is missing, especially if
the cigar be a La Flora D Hack
man ten cents and bit Have a
box of fifty or a hundred or if
your guests are few twenty-five
of them and they will top off your
turkey in a manner worthy of the
C. E. HAcklMAIv
Phone Red 1381
Cor. Adam Avenue and Greenwood
FOR SALE-Household furniture for
sale call at 1513 Adams Avenue, next
door to Conductor Wade.