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:JR RELIABLE ABSTRACTS. OF
TITLES so to th U Grande Invet
inent Company, La Grand Or., in
. JR SALS Eight acres, st room houa
barn, place for chiclcene or hog, all
1 kind of fruit and plenty of waUr, Locat
ed aatt of flouring mill. Apply at
premises or dddress, Joint Ga van. La
Grind Oregon. .-" " '
tOR SALE Five room house and on
tot. on Third Street, Grandy'a Addition.
A good barn. A bargain for the on
who act flrat. Inquire of H. P. Lewi
. at corner Jrd and 0 Street, or of
; Lwi Bro.
r OR SALEhaap for oath, a nap.
Thr full lot and four room hou(
' cellar and barn, on good cornr. Prop
erty located on outhat corner of
Greenwood and Hill Strwts. Addrat
W. M. Andis.600 E 18th Street. Port-
" ..... n.ni
JR RENT One furnished room. Hot
and cold water, bath and all modern
conveniences. Inquire of Mrs. Simmons,
c:rner 8th and N.
WANTED Gentleman or lady to travel
for Mercantile House of larg capital,
Territory at home or abroad to suit
If desirable the horn may b used as
headquarters. Weekly salary of $1,000
per year and expenses. Address, Jos,
'A. Alexander, La Qrande, Ore.
FOUND A one chain was found near
the A. B.C. Laundry. Owner may have
am by calling at this office and payine
fifty cents for this notice.
Into each life torn sorrow must fall; .
Wit people don't it down and sawl;
Only fools suicide or take to flight;
Smart people tak oeky Mountain Tea
, i, , i. Newlin Dbuo Company.
UNDER Rf W MAIWCfMfflT
' I have leased theCentinnal Hotel build
ing and those desiring board and room or
either seperately can be' secured at reas
' Mrs C Shaw.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished rooms in
private family. Phone 41.
: STANDARD COMMERCIAL COLLEGE
S M. M. Slattery, Principal.
i Business Course
S Day and night session
You can always find anything you
like in the cooked meat line for
your lunch on our delicatessen table
Weanerwurst 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
Grabs when the weather permits.
We have at present a nice stock of home cured bacon
but it won't last long, so hurry.
Xhe 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 insistent
with quality. Give as a call and we will convince you
REAL ESTATE LOANS Any amount
on citv and countrv real estate. Loan
closed promptly, as toon a title is ap
proved. - La Grande Investment com
pany. MONEY For loan on city property see
Wm. Grant's agency. Also real estate
FOR RENT Flv room hous with
electric liirhts and city water. Good
location. Inquir of Gedde Bros.
FOR RENT Two front bedrooms
Reasonable terms. Corner Main and
third Streets. Phone Red 661.
FOR SALE Good business . location,
boarding and rooming house. Inquire
at this office.
FOR RENT Three furnished rooms for
light housekeeping. Phone Red 251.
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT
. Furnished housekeeping rooms in suites
of two, three or four, in ceniiai ha
tion. .Also four room house. Phone
Red 6Z2 or call at HI 9, Adams Ave.
I ARM FOR RENT-600 acres well
improved, 3 miles from Island City.
Uash rent None but reliable parties
need aoDlv. Inauire at Adcocks &
Fritz furniture store. La Grande.
LOSTA gold locket, finder please re
turn to this office.
FOUND Two log chains, found near th
railroad crossing at Vie A. B. C. Laun
dry, were left at the Observer office,
where the owner may secure th same.
FOR RENTFurnished rooms for light
housekeeping. Apply at corner of 0.
and 8th Street, 1402 0 St.
STOLEN From my place five miles
north of Union, one bay saddle and
buggy horse about 8 year old weighs
about II hundred has a little white
where th back band works. Branded
on left shoulder In shape of rocking
chair th brand i dim now. H i in
clined to be lame in left shoulder. He
' was taken about th 10th. of Novem
ber. 1 will give fifty dollars Jot infor
mation that will lead to the conviction
of th thief. John. Boyo. Union.
La Grande, Oregon
Enroll now e
U of O, Eugen Or Jan 19 Track
work i beginning here. In addition to the
regular meets, Oregon will probably meet
the two California Universities. As a
means of developing new material a track
meet will be held soon between the fresh
man and the ' sophomsres. Dodaon, th
crack Baker Citv man will captain the
'10 team, while Fred Moullen of football
renown will lead the sophomores. Th
freshmen have much good material and
mav win the meet. Richardson is not
going out for track work this year.
The sophomore are now wearing jaunty
The annual tryout for places on th
Inter-state Debating team will tak place
Feb. 2. There are eight contestant for
places and six to be chosen.
William Jennings Bryan is to talk in
VV;-id::::unJir.u;r7 24. H' ihiect
has not been announced. -
Several students were injured last even
ing while coasting down College Hill. The
most serious injury was a broken arm
sustained by Fred Ohart, a freshman from
Hugo F Bezdek, Oregon's football coach
has returned from Chicago. He Is already
working with th baseball and basket
ball contestants and hopee to develop
winning teams. The basketbal team will
be ready for game about Febl.
The coming social event is the Fresh
man Glee to be given in Armory Hall on
Examinations ror Rhodes scholarship
are being given here now Four men from
the University are competing.
Students are watching th State Legis
lature with some interest to see if it will
as usual, appropriate $100,000.00 forth
State Insane Asylum and then give less
than $30,000.00 to th Stat University.
Prof. DeCou talked Wednesday at as
sembly on "The Peace Movement" He
traced it more or less fully from Isaiah to
Roosevelt and noted especially the good
work of the Hague tribunal in arbitration
He also spoke of th arbitration treaties
at present in force and outlined th need
for more treaties like the one rctly mad
between Chil and Argentina,
FOUND A girl' braolat with initials
engraved, on Adam avenue. Owner
can have same by paying for this ad and
identifying the property.
WE WANT YOUR TRADE
and will treat you right at Stillwell &
Co's. market Phone Main 16
Saucage and cooked meats of all kinds at
Stillwell & Co's market Phone Main
: H. A. Staniels :
Steel or Hemetite Rollers
Sizes to fit all shoes
L. C. SMITH
O. L. BIGGERS M. D,
Physician and Soroson
Office Ralstoa Bid. over J.M.Berry' store
Office Phone Black
Residence Phone Red
J. H. HUBBARD, M. D.
Physician and Surobom
Office in Slater Building, Cor, Fir Street
and Jefferson Avenue. Phone Main i
DR. A. L. RICHARDSON
Physician and Someom
Office over Hill' Drug Store.
Office Phone 1262
Residence Main 66
N. MOUTOR M. D.
. PHYSICIAN AMD SOROION
Cor. Adams Avenue and Depot St
Office Main 68 Reaidnc Main 68
BACON & HALL
PHYSICIANS AND SUROEONI
Office in Foley Building, Phone Main J 9
C T. Bacon residence, Main 18
M. K. Hall residence. Main 62
DR. F. E. MOORE
DR. H. C. P. MOORE
Kirksvill Graduates, under Founder
Office Sommer Building
r- CSc: M'r Res. Main 64
LEFEVRE. B. L. PHa
Physician and Suroeon
Call answered Day or Night
Da. H. Volp. Dr. P. Moormekter
AND SOROEON AND SUROBOM
Office :Corp Building. Telephone Main 80
Residence of Dr. Moormelster: Red 1712
Call Answered Day and Night
CRAWFORD & CRAWFORD Z
LaORANDI ' . C-BEOON
Office in Foly Building
H. T. Williams A. C, Williams
Office In Ralston Building
La Qrande. Oregon
L. A. PICKLER
Civil, Minino, Irrioatiom Enoinrbrino
Estimates, Plan, and Specifi
cations. Office in Bohnenkamp
La Qrande, Oreoom
J. R. OLIVER
Abrtracts or Title. Fire Insurance
Office in Sommer Building
La Qoande, Oregon.
C, B. CAUTHORN
Office over Hill's Drug Store
La Qrande, Orboon
I cRINARY 8URGE0N
DR. P. A, CHARLTON
Office at Hill's Drug store, La Qrande Or
Residence Phone Red, 701
Office Phone 1561 Farmer Line 58
MISS ANNA CARLSON
Phone Farmers 19 2x4
Our Choice, Tender, Juicy
Prompt and Satisfactory
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
please the most fastidious.
lOur Photos m
BR AW ATTENTION
twa' one wav to get
' that is by coming to our studio and inspecting the prk
i: we do. Our talk here will not give you an idetnor !
' ' will anyone else's, come and see. We never substitute
i : inferior capers in our work, consequently 'our photos J
have that exquisite finish
Executed in workmanlike manner and approved
unitary standards. Carrying a comfits' .'ina tf
Bath Tubs, Sinks, Toilets, Lavatory, and att
1015 Washington Avnu
B. W. NOYES
LAMPS and HOUSE WIRING A SPECIALTY
Phone Red 261
Corner Fir and Adams Aveaee
W.th L C. Smith in creamery building
A child quickly grasps the meaninq of the abore
characters. But it often takes a lifetime to appredatr
their value. You can greatly assist the child in laarn- J
ing the value of a dollar. How? Bv havinc htm nrhr
I open a savings account with this bank, and by Jejc
S couraging the saving habit.
: THE ASTERN OREGON
I F.M. BYRKIT. President
; uuu, u CLcAVER, Cashier T. J. SCROQQIN, Asst. Caabier
. F J. HOLMES, Treasurer,
A DELICIOUS DINNER
can be served
would call and examine mir
' We carry his complete
...... win iujj. UBHC10U3 aootn oysters are sold here too.
Then we have a hundred other assessoriea that make
a record breaker dinner.
acorret idea of our work, S
every one desires. j
La- Qrande, Ore.
home as the
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TRUST AND SAVINGS IATu
wm. MILLER, Vice Pni4tat Q
on your Dinner table if you
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THE CITY .GROCERY ANDBAKERY
E. P0UCK. Propr.
Phone Main 48