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RELIABLE ABSTRACTS OF
TITLES go to the La Grand Invest.
went Company. La Grande Or., in
JR SALE Eight aci is, six room house
barn, place for chickens or hogs, all
kinds of fruit and plenty of water, Locat
ed east of flouring mill. Apply at
premises or dddress, John Gavah. La
JR SALE Five room house and on
iot. on Third Street, Grandy's Addition.
A good barn. A bargain for the on
who act first. Inquire of H. P. Lewis
t corner Srd and D Streets, or of
FARM TO RENT-500 acres, well im
proved, near La Grand. Address
Mrs. E. Andross, 761 Commercial St
Portland, Oregon. '
.'OR SALE Cheap for cash, a snap.
Three full lots and four room house,
rn mA am ,hm Dmm.
ww...... - - - r
rty located on southeast corner of
Greenwood and Hill Streets. Address
W. M. Andis.600 E 18th Street, Port
REAL ESTATE LOANS Any amount
on city and country real tate. Loans
closed promptly, as soon as title is ap
proved. La Grands Investment company.
OR RENT On furnished ' room. Hot
and cold water, bath tnd all modern
conveniences. Inquire of Mr. Simmons,
:rner 8th and N.
WANTED-Qentleman or lady to travel
for Mercantile House of large capital
Territory at home or abroad to suit.
If desirable the horn may be used as
headquarters. Weekly salary of $1,000
per year and expenses. Address, Jos
A. Alexander, La Grande, Ore,
FOUND Gold rimmed eyeglass. Find
r may hav same by calling at this
offlc and paying for this notice.
LOST A ladle silk scarf at the Engine
men's ball Finder will pleas return to
Cfaas. Dlsqua at Russell's meat market
Into each Ufa aoms sorrow must fall;
Wis people don't tit down and awl;
Onlv fools. suicide or take to fiisht:
Smart people take riocky Mountain Tea
Nswlin Druo Company.
MONEY For loans on city property see
Wm. Grant' agency. Also real stat
FOR RENT Fiv room house with
electric lights and city water. Good
location. Inquire of Gaddes Bra.
FOR RENT Two front bedroome.
Reasonable terms. ' Corner Main and,
third Street. Phone Red 661.
STOLEN From my place fiv mil
north of Union, on bay saddle and
buggy horse about 8 year old weighs
about II hundred has a little white
where the back band works. Branded
on left shoulder in shape of rocking
chair the brand is dim now. H is in
dined to be lam in left shoulder. H
wae taken about the 1 Oth. of Novem
ber. I will give fifty dollar for infor
mation that will lead to the conviction
of th thief. John Boyd, Union.
FOR SALE Good business location.
bearding and rooming house. Inquire
at this office.
FOR RENT Three furnished roome for
light housekeeping. Phone Red 261.
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT
Furnished housekeeping room in suite
of two, three or four, in central loca
tion. Also 'four room house. Phcn
Red 672 or call at U 19 Adam Av.
ARM FOR RENT-600 acres well
improved, 3 miles from Island City.
Jash rent None but : citable partiee
need apply, inquire at Adcock &
Fritz furniture stor, La Grand.
A IUPPY SCHOOL '
Yesterday th Bibi School of Central
church of Christ had almost th entire
morning service. 1 After th regular tee
ion of the school th tebr with their
classes assembled in th main room. Th
Primary Department occupying the front
A class of twslv was graduated from
th Primary into th Junior Department
These children recited th twenty third
psalm-John 5:16 and th Beatitude and
with others of th littl ones sang their
songs. The members of th class re
ceived their diploma and with their past
teacher Mr. Sampson and their future
teacher Mrs. Van Dyn stood while th
superintendent offered an earnest
Th graduate ar as follow;
Floy Coffey. Lilli Suvdam, Ruth Bur
nett Dora Thome. Anni and Jenni
Scott Bessie and Bertha Crawford, Fern
Sampson, Dolli Johnson, Margi Snook
and Earl Reynold.
Following this) rvic Mr King deliver
ed a short addres upon th work of th
Bible School dealing especially with th
duties, privilege and raward of th
teacher. At th clos of hi remarks th
officers and teacher elect ros and an
arnest prayer was offered on their be
half. The following ar th offlcar and
teacher for 1907.
Supt J A Oliver; Aas't Supt J E Coffey
Sac'y Treasurer, O C Flsshman; Organist
Mr C. T. Colt; Ubrariana, Elijah Breed
love and Daniel Kindrd( Ushers' Geo W
Officer of Primary, each also a teach
Supt. Mr John Sampson, No 4; Sec'y
Mr George Belden No 2; Organist Mia
Blanch Kesler, No 1 ; Miss Jenni
Muilber. No 8.
TEACHERS IN MAIN SCHOOL
Class 1, Mrs C. S. Van Dyn.
Class 2, J E Reynolds.
Class 5, Mis Susan Mctlroy. '
Class 4, O C Flsshman.
Class S Mrs T F Scroggln.
Class 6, Mr J A Oliver.
Class 7, C T Colt
Class 8, Mr J E Coffey.
Class 9, Mr JW McAlieter. '
The school is being brot under a cart-
fully arranged graded tyttem and by
-nuary 1 908 classes should b graduat
ed from Primary, Junior and Intermed
Q. .L, BIGGERS M. D,
rarticiAM and Suae ion t . ,
Offlc Rafcton Bid. over J.M.Beiry's stor
- Offlc Phon Black 1181 '
Residence Phon Red 1001
J. H. HUBBARD, M. D. j
PaniOlAM AMD SuMBOM :
Offlc in Slater Building, Cor. Fir Street
and Jefferson Avenue. ' Phon Main 79
DR. A. U RICHARDSON
PamoiA and Sokoion
Offlc ovr Hill's Drug Stor. v
Offlc Phon 1862 , Residence Main 88
. N. MOUTOR M. D.
PHYSICIAN AMD tODOCOM
Cor. Adam Avnu and Depot St
Office Main 68 .. Residence Main 68
Ttlf RIGHT NAME
Mr. August Sherpe, th popular over-
jeer of the poor, at Kort Madison, la.,
naya: "Dr. King'a New Life Pill ar
rishtly named; they act mor agreably,
do mor good and make on feel better
than any other laxative." Guaranteed to
cur biliousness and constipation. 23c at
Nswlin drug store.
STANDARD COMMERCIAL COLLEGE
M. M. Slattery, Principal. La Grande, Oregon I
.11 TV s&
JIVni -JlWr I.
Complete Business and Shorthand Course
Day and night session Enro11 now 2
You can always find anything you j
: like in the cooked meat line for :
i your lunch on our delicatessen table :
Weanerwur8t and Balogna sausage, Head Cheese,
Pressed Corned Beef, Liver sausage, Veal Loaf, Ham
sausage, Boild Ham, Fresh and Pickled tongue, Fish of
all kinds, Eastern and Olympia Oysters, Clams and
Crabs when the weather permits
We have at present a nice stock of home cured bacon
but it won't last long, so hurry.
The purest open kettle rendered lard in the city In
fact we have everything that a first class market
should have, and the lowest possible prices consistent
with quality. Give as a call and we will convince you
BACON ds HALL
PtrrsiouM add aoaoiOM
Offlc in Foley Building, Phon Main 19
C T. Bacon residence. Main 16
. M, K. Hall residsace, Mam 68
. .. .
OR. F. E. MOORE 7
DR. H. C P. MOORE
Ostsopatmio ParrsioiANS '
Kirksvills Graduate, under Founder
Offlo Sommer Building -
Phone: Offlc Main 65; Re. Main 04
ejWw ww9Ti9M 'WHM 6 )
food picture, and it's a point to' which' wa tfv mi
care, -.to otuay eacn suoject and print out
character Individuality of the face to the bet
vaniage. : ine same care is given to every part
wjo wora, vj uio icwucning rTinung, Toning ;
Mounting, so that the finished picture is a pleksi -to
you and a credit to V
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PRICES RSASOSf Al
J. T. LE FEVRE, B. L PHB. M. D
PHTSIOIAN AJtO StIROSON
Call answsrd Day or Night.
Summervllle, Oregon I
Db.H.Volp. ' ... D.F. MooamiiTn.1
Pptiioian ' Pbtsioian
AMD SOMBOM AND SOBOBOM
. (Speialtit SombktI
, AND OlSBAta
Offlc -.Corp Building. Telephone Mala 80
Residence of Dr. Moormeister: Red 1T1I1
Call Answsred Day and Night
ELKS TO BURD nOMC
A modern four-story struotut, is not
only a possibility for La arand. out a
practical csrtainity. Th Elks of this
city ar th promoter, and should their
preeent plan culminate, which they likely
will, La Qrand will soon hav a building
that will b a credit to it Th local lodg
of Elks .has appointed committee to
prepare final plana, purchased a ait and
by spring hav a contractor at work. Th
Elk lodg is composed many of LajQrand'
leading businee mn and th report that
they will rct a building is no idles rumor
nor will th building be in a mediocre clae
Unperfacted plans suggest that th build
ing b four stories high, two floor of
which will b th lodge home for th Elk
and the remainder for offlc room. , La
rand is in need of just such a struct
The committee which waa aDcointed to
manage (he finarcial end of th project
are: J. W. Scriber, T. J. Scroggln and
Julius Roeech. , v
The question has been agitated for sev
eral yeare but it remained for last week
to see th final impetus administered.
HOUSE WANTED-Deeiring to either
rent or buy a modern cottage, well in
of not less than fiv rooms. Must hav
bath and inside toilet F. S. Ivanhoi
Phon Main 12.
FOR RENT Four room cottag, SO 10
Adama Avenue. Apply 8004 Avnu.
Phon Black 1652.
FOR RENT Furnished room for light
housekeeping. Apply at corner of O.
and 8th Street U02O St ..
LOST A gold locket finder pleas re
turn to this offlc.
COST Last Saturday evening, on Fourth
street between city and old town.
a tan nanaoag containing change, p'C
tur and gold brooch. Finder return
to this offict.
LOST Sample cas of silvsrwar
Finder pleas leav at this offlc.
ruNNi&ricu HUUbt-bix toom can
trally located. One room isrsnted and
this arrangement can b continued if
agreeable to all of th parti concern
d. House ready for occupancy on th
17th. Inquire at this offlc or 1710
Fourth St or Phon lRdJ962.
Executed In workmnlSX nuiuier aai tx,.ive4
unltiry tUndardi Carrylnj a cvf&tU .Tne cf
Beth Tubs, Sinb, Tolleta, Uvalory. ataei a3
CRAWFORD 4 CRAWFORD Z
La obamoi obioob
: OBic In Foley Building
H, T. William
A, C Williams
Offlc in Ralston Building
Oregon I f
L. A. P1CKLER
Civil, Minino, Imuoatiom EMamsuiM
Estimate. Plan, and Sptfiifl
cat'An. Offlc in Bohnnkarnp
La Qbandb, OmoomI
J. R. OUVER
Abntraots op Titlb. Fim Ihsvrancb
Offlc in Sommar Building
La Qoande, Oregon.
B. W. NOYES
NOYES & HALL
t LAMPS and HOUSE WIRING A SPECIALTY
S. B. CAUTH0RN
Odlc over Hill' Drug Stor
La Qbandb, Orboom
I cRINARY SURQEON
DR. P. A. CHARLTON
, VETERINARY SURQEON
Offlc at Hill's Drug Stor, La Qrand Or
Kesidsnce Phone Red, 701
Offlc Phon 186 1 Farmer Lin 68
Phon Red 211
y' V ' . Cornw Fir ana Adam AnaV :' V''fl
W.th L. C Smith in creamery building
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MISS ANNA CARLSON
Phonb Farnibs 19 2x4
quickly grasps the meanlnq of the -abo,
characters. But it often takes a lifetime to apjyrate- S
their value. You can greatly assist the child In l&ttri
ing the value of a dollar. How? By having him er hat
open a savings account with this lank, and Vy 99 S
cou raging the saving habit. . ,2
: Tilt mM MlM TRUST AKD SAVIMS VZiz
officers - rrr? ' ?
F.M. BYRKIT. Prsidsnt Wm. UILLBX. Vic Fnatttttf '
GEO. L CLEAVER. Cashi.r ' T.J. SCROQaiH. AMt CaiMa
F J.HOLMES, Treasurer. 2 J,
Steel or Hemetite Rollers
Sizes to fit all shoes
Our Choice, Tender, Juicy
Prompt and S a t i sf actory
service, and popular prices
are our winning cards, with
them expect to keep on winn
ing side as we find them to be
invincible with the public.
Those who are not getting
satisfaction in their table sup
plies in meats, should try our
prime roasts, steaks, and
chops, as we know we can
A DELICIOUS DINNER!
can be served on your Dinner table if y0
would call and examine our lines of Heinz picldei geedb
We carry his complete line. Then we have wis ears
that will pop. Delicious Booth oysters are sold here toe.
Then we have a hundred other assessories that make
a record breaker dinner. '
please the most fastidious.
L. C. SMITH
THE CITY GROCERY ANDAKERY
E P0LACK. Propr.
sssm: stilwell l company
. Main 16