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EVEMXG OBSERVE!?, LA GRAXDE, OREGON. FRIDAY, MAY 8, 1908.
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La Grande Professional T
O. U BIQGER8, M. JH
Physician and Burgeon.
OUkM Ralston Building, over J. K.
OtOoe "Phono Black 1111.
Residence 'Phono Rod 1001.
),E HUBBARD. 1C. D.
- Physician and Surgeon. -
Offioe t Now Bank Building. Rooms
'10-11. 'Phonos: Rosldonoo, Main
, II; Office. Main Tt.
, DR. A. L, RICHARDSON.
. , fayafcUa and Surgco.
- OfOee oyer Hill's Drug Btoro. .
Office "Phono llll, Rosldonco Main SI
, N. MOUTOR, M. D.,
, '. Physician and Burgeon.
: Corner Adams Avo. and, Depot BL
Otflee Main II Rosldonco Main II
; BACON As HAUL
v Physicians and Surgeon's.
CKf!ce S a Grande .National Bank
. Building. 'Phono Main II.
C T. Bacon. Residence, Main II.
. M. K. Hall, Residence, Main 52
DH. WE. MOOHK.
DR. H. C. P. MOOR!
' Osteopathic) Physlclana.
Klrkevllle Graduates Under Founder
Offloe Bnmmer Building.
'Phones: Office Main IS; Res. Main 14
C 11. IPTON, PH. G., M. V.
I'liyxk'lnn and Surgvtm.
Special attention given to Eye, Eur,
Noio and Throat.
tiMOoe In La Q'niKle National Dink
Vhones Office, Main !; Residence
Main S2. '
TOR. P. A.. CHARLTON.
("Office at Hill's Drug Store. La Grand
Residence 'Phone Red 701.
Office 'Pbone Black 1311. '
Independent 'Phone II.
DR. W. H. RILEY.
Graduate Ohio Btate University Vao
Vinatlon, Dentistry and Surgery of all
kinds. Country calls promptly ea
wered. Office 1414 Adams Ave. 'Phones, Pay
Ulc, Black 1901. Independent,
SIEGRIST & CO.
JEWELERS AND OPTICIANS
We wish to call your attention to our
We are better prepared than ever to do
first class work. If you have a watch
that does not give you satisfaction, Dring
it to us and we will guarantee we can fix it.
Diamonds reset or mounted in new mount
ing is one of, our specialties. . iV;
All our work guaranteed and promptly doneVvV
We will save you money -w
I SIEGRIST & CO-
JEWELERS AND OPTICIANS
2 Complete equipment for resetting and repairing
2 rubber buggy tires.
1 LA GRANDE IRON WORKS
2 D. FITZGERALD, Proprietor
2 Complete Machine Shops aad Foundry
C B. CACTEORN.
Office over Hill's Drug Store.
La Grande ' Oregon
J. C. PRICE, D. M. D.
Room II, La Grando National Bank
Building.. -'Phone Black IIIL
Dr. H. U. Easier Dr. J. K. Stevenson
Res. Red 111. Res. Black 111
EASLET & STEVENSON.
Dental Parlors and Laboratory.
Aluminum Plates, Crown and Bridge
work, a specialty. ',
Office Opposite Foley Hotel. .
Office 'Phone Black 111. .
TEACHERS OF MUSIC
PROF. E. PORTER DAT, Prtnclk
La Grande School of Muslo
Mrs. Day assistant. School oppo
lite Foley Hotel. " Phone Red 471.
MI83 STELLA I. OLIVER.
Teacher of Piano and Harmony.
Studio over 3. M. Berry! Store.
L. A. PICKLE R.
Civil, Mining, Irrigation Englneerta
Estimates, plans and specifications
Office In Bohnenkamp Building.
La Grande .... Orego
V. It. TIIORNTOV.
Anliittxt unil Kiiliitfi'.
Surveying, Civil and Structural Engi
neering. Twenty Years' Experience.
Abstracts of Title. Fire Insurance.
Office next door to La Grande Na
La Grande ...... Oregon
Chas. E. Cochran Geo, P. Cochra
COCHRAN ft COCHRAN,
La Grande National Bank Building.
La Grande .... Oregot
It. H. LLOYD.
Attorney at Iav.
Practice In nil the courts of the Stati
and United Statos.
Klulri - - - Oregon
City AlinoKt Ready to Inaugurate New
Water Pumping Plant.
As ' noon as Water Superintendent
Oilman returns from Pendleton, where
he went this morning to acquaint him
self with several details pertaining to
the operation of the new pumping
plant recently. Installed by the city of
La Grande, the plant will be started
and the water supply of La Grande
will be maintained through, a much
Improved and more economical sys
tem. The new motor and pump was
run light yesterday afternoon and
proved very satisfactory. However,
the pressure Is so great that the su
perintendent believes a relief valve
will be necessary. While running
light yesterday afternoon, the big 125'
horse power motor operated perfect
ly. The new pump which has a ca
pacity of 1400 gallons of water pei
minute, was also highly satisfactory
In the light run.
Family Reunion in June.
The Rlnehart family reunion
which annually brings together about
150 descendants of "Grandpa" and
"Grandma" Rlnehart, will be held In
Summervllle this ye,ar, commencing on
.Tune 17 nnA 1Hti nnHI ft? tH
following Sunday. This annual , re
union was held at Eugene last year,
tt Is always a day of great rejoicing
for members of the family. The as
sociation owns Its own cooking uten
sils and makes merry for several days.
On Saturday following the 17th, is
"open day," and on that day the hun
dreds of friends of the famlyl Invaria
bly throng the meeting place. i
Stuck In the Mud.
The automobile which brought Gov
ernor Chamberlain to La Grande last
evening from Union, ran amuck In thi
mud near the Hempe ranch and de
layod arrival of the speaker of thi
evening. A telephone message t'
Union soon brought another auto oi
tho way which picked up the strundei
passengers and brought them Into thi
city about one-half hour late. Wltl
the governor were Turner Oliver o!
this city, and G. W. Foster and Chas.
Hyde of Baker City. These last nameil
gentlemen left the Chamberlain party
In Lu Grande.
Distributing Many Tit's.
The O. R. & N. is distributing 1"
carloads of ties between this city an
UunUniiton. Roadmaster McCann wll
soon have an extra gang at work lay
!ng these ties. The large lot will mak
adequate Improvement of all ties I)
that territory, that show signs of be
All members of tho Eastern Sta
will meet at Masonic hall Sunday a
I o'clock sharp, to attend the funera
of the late Mary Aldrich.
MARY WARN I OK, Secretary.
One section of pasture land thre
tulles from La Grande; plenty of wa
ter nnd shade. Ed Uurke, La Grande
Oregon. 5-4 tf
t Scott & Althc d
As house cleaners we are
the people who are equip
ped for doing the work.
Leave your carpets on
your floors, give us your
orner and smile at our
work and we will smile
PH 0 N E, ; Blaolu 1 77 2
PAINT AND WALL5
Staniels a Bugg
1420 ADAMS AVENUE
La Grande, Oregon
The best thing you can do with your
wad, roll, pile, stocklgn or whatever
you may call your savings, is to put It
where It Is sure to grow and be safe
while It Is growing. The bank Is the
.pot, and our bank Is the right one In
which to deposit your savings, both
for security and good Interest. Every
man and woman ought to have an ln
iependent bank account. . Let us show
ou how money grows when In our
The Eastern Oregon
Trust &' Savings
F. M. BTRKIT, President
WK. MILLER, Vice-President
GEO. L. CLEAVER, Cashier.
T. J. 8CROGOIN, Assistant Cashier.
F. JT. HOLMES. Treasurer.
Let Me Clear That
: Window With My
Satisfaction or Your
Money Refunded . .
0. M. HEACOCK
LOOK HERE! I AM 1T1
The right man In the right
place Is what you want. Before
ordering your sale bills don't fall
to see C. J. RICHARDS, proprie
tor of the , Little Gem, next
door to the postofflce. ,
EIGHT YILr.S' EXPERIENCE
jpt-pi mini mjini rip mwa
it -r.r n.i.i.i ! miiTiT
Keep the money at
LA GRANDE SUGAR
C Costs no" nfic crd just S
sweet. All dealers.
I You'll Pay
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: MITH TIVFMTY YFARS FXPFRIUVHF :
WITH TWENTY YEARS EXPERIENCE
I should be capable of fitting your eyes correctly.
If the Glasses I furnish you do not give absolute satis
faction, I stand ready to refund your money : : : :
I am here three hundred and sixty-five days in the
year to make my assertions good :::::::
J. H- PEARE
LEADfMG PIONEER JEWELER
This is the open season for Ice Cream and we are pre-,
pared to furnish the trade with the very best. Re
member refreshment parlors are the finest in Eastern
Oregon. A resort for Ladies and Gentlemen ::::::
E. D. S ELDER, the Candy Man
for COUGHS AN COLDS
CURES THROAT kd LUNG
ir t .
mu nex was uxen OOWH a year a?0 with Inn- tn.u. t r 1
dtore4 ome month, without ImproreXr ThS I SSErt-S P
?L' Wscorery, and I xm noticed a ctoMflffifiS?
I kept thla treatment an for fear ..t,. " IW. " Better, fr
well end works every day.
ror everv medl you edl tiers, it
will be a combination of good
food, good cooking aad good ser
vice. Our restauranns intend
ed for people who appreciate
gaod eating, also for people who
like the good things of life at a
moderate cost. If you belong to
that cUss, come in and sae wtia
we can do foi you.
The Model ; Restaurant
J. A. ARBUCKLE, Prop.
We ssll weekly meal Ch Cf
tickets for - ijrfe JV
7. "W my Kn "Perfectly
BOc AND $1.00
SOLD AND GUARANTEED 1Y
KWXL DRCG CO.