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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (June 12, 1908)
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JLa Grande Professional
f PHYSICIANS, j DENTISTS.
O. U BIGGERS, M. D
Physician and Surgeon.
Ottttm Ralston Building, over J. 1L
Office Phone Black 1121.
Residence 'Phone Bad 1001.
J. 9. HUBBARD, M. D.
Physician and Burgoo a.
Dltica In New Bank Building. Rooms
10-11. .'Phones: Rasldanea, Main
Ms Office, Mai 1.
DR. A. I RICHARDSON,
Physician and Surgco.
Offloe over Hlli'a Drug mora.
ffloe 'Phone 1IIJ. Realdanca Main II
N. MOUTOR, IS. D.,
Physician and Surgeon.,
Corner Adams Ave. and Depot St
Office Main 68 Residence Main 01
- BACON ft HALL.
Physicians and Surgeons.
Offloe 1 3 a Grande National Bank
I Building. 'Phone Main 10.
C T. Bacon, Residence, Main IS.
M. K. Hall, Residence, Main It,
DR. T. E. MOORS
DR. H. C P. MOORI
Xlrksvllle Graduates Under Founder.
Office Sommer Building.
Phones: Office Main II;' Res. Main 04
O. H. TJPTOM, PIC G M. D.
Physician and Burgeon.
Special attention given to Eye, Ear,
Nose and Throat .
fflca In I Q-niide National Bank
Thones Office, Main I; Residence,
VETERIX ART 8CRGEONB.
DR. P. A. CHARLTON,
Office at Hill's Drug Btore, La Grand
Residence 'Phone Red TO I.
Office 'Phono Black 116L
J, Independent 'Phone II.
, DR. W. II. RILEY.
Oraduato Ohio State University Tao
amaa. country calls promptly an
swered. Office 1414 A jama Ate. Thones, Pn
cifta. Black 1101. Indspeodent,
I SIEGRIST & CO.l
JEWELERS AMD OPTICIAMS
We wish to- call your attention to our
W are bettor prepared than ever to 'do
first clasa work. If you have a watch
that does not give you satisfaction, oring
it to us and we will-guarantee we can fix it.
Diamonds reset or mounted in new mount
ing is one of our specialties.
All our work guaranteed and promptly done.
We will save you money
ISIEGRIST & CO-
JEVVf LERS AND
Complete equipment for resetting and repairing
rubber buggy tires.
LA GRANDE IRON WORKS
M - n rrrZQERALDL Pronrletar
Complete Michine "Chrp ad Foundry
M,M,M MMUt..UM MMfMimesn
a a CACTEORN.
Of flea over Hill's Drug Store.
L Orande . Oregon
J. C. PRICE, D. M. D. ,
Room tl, La, Grande National Bank
Building. 'Phone Black JB1.
U Grande " e Oregon,
TEACHERS OF MU8IO
PROF. B. PORTER DAT, Principal
L Grande School of Manic.
Mrs. Day, assistant School, 105
Greenwood Ave., one door south of
Adams Ave. 'Phone Black 1031
MltM STELLA 1). OLIVER.
Teacher of Piano and Harmony.
Studio over J. M. Berry's Store.
L. A. PICKLE R.
Civil, Mining, Irrigation Engineer!!
Estimates, plans and specification.
Office In Bohnenkamp Building.
La Grande - - . j. . Oregot
V. H, THORNTON.
Atvliltwt and Engineer.
Surveying, ClvU and Structural Engl
Twenty Tears' Experience.
Abstracts of Title. Fire Inevraaoe.
Offloe nest door to La Grande Na
La Orande Orea-or
Chaa. E. Cochraa Gen. P. rvnAm
COCHRAN ft COCHRAN.
La Orande National Bank Building.
La Orande . - Oreroi
R. H. LLOYD.
Attorney at Law.
Practice In all the courts of the fitatt
and United Slates.
MRS. GRACE McALISTER.
Teacher and Manager.
Telephone Farmers 1170.
; With only 1 miles of right of way
to grade, and that In comparatively
level country, with material in La
Grande ready to be shipped : to the
front and almost in full action in con
structing the railroad bridge' across
the Grande Ronde rlvar, the O. R. &
N. is In position to say that the ex
tension into Wallowa county will be
completed In something like 90 days.
Engineer Brandon Is again at the
front going in this morning. As a
representative of the company, he has
let the contracts for completing the
grades to two parties: Mr. Mitchell
of Joseph, who will do the grading in
the vicinity of Lostlne. and Mr.- Pat
terson, who will .do the Enterprise
work. While these men are fulfilling
their contracts, the company will be
constructing the bridge across the
Orande Ronde. The local yard Is full
of material to be used on the work
REPRESENT 10CAI KNIGHTS
Neri Ackles and John Frawley will
leave Sunday morning for Portland.
where they will attend In their offl
c.al capacity as delegates, the grand
lodge of the Knights of Pythias, which
convenes In the metroDolli on Mnn
day. Dr. R. L. Lincoln will precede
them, making the trip earlier In order
to attend to some personal business
before grand lodge matters shall de
mand his time and attention. Dr.
Lincoln is chairman of one of the most
Important committees In the order,
that of mileage and per diem. ,
Mra. Frawley will accompany her
husband, Mrs. Nell McLaehlen is
delegate from Rowena circle No. 0,
Pythian Sisters, and will also leave
here Sunday morning.
Mr. Sober, Call for Your Mall.
Among the letters advertised as re
maining uncalled for at tha local
postofflca is one addressed to Mr. I.
A. M. Sober. We- wonder If the gen
tleman Is really sober, or only Indus
trious. If It were not too risky a pro
ceeding, we should be sadly tempted
to assume an altea for the time being
and call for that letter. The tnlutntton
ought to afford an opportunity for
endless punning. And the writer Is
probably, "It V. Likewise."
WE HAVE IT! J
W H ATT ?
THE VERY BEST
line of GROCERIES and
VEGETABLES In t.h
city, evervthins tooth- t
some and who:eso mo
for stylish dinner tables
THE CITY GROCERY AND BAKERY
E. F0LACK, Propr. Phone Main 75
jlV. H. BOHNENKAMP , CO. j
If You Want Gasoline Entries, Wind Mills. Tanks
Pumps, Pipe or Plumbing, Ctt Our Prices
Buioon in uauiruDlvr.
.'It is understood that the 8tate sa
loon, Ed R. Strahon, proprietor, will
go Into bankruptcy. The attorneys are
now on the way to Portland with the
papers. An attachment suit was filed
against Strahon a 'couple of days ago
by one of the creditors and the others,
afraid that they would get nothing,
induced the bankruptcy. Strahon
was one of the saloon men who took
out the 175 license to run tor the
month of June, but it looks as If he
will lose this sum. Pendleton Trlb
A $1500 Hotel
For 13500, If bought at once well
furnished and modern; good location.
A gOOd bur f jr rlirht nprann P,nr,.
erty located. Inquire of W. J. Ran
somLa Grande. 'Phone Black 402.
v 8-9tf i i :. ', : , .; ... .
Cattle for Sale.
Plfty hed of atock cattle, cattle In
good condition; now on range. In
dJ1 Meacham, Oregon.
Only the most delicious chocolate Is
served at tsilverthorn ft Mack's soda
fountain. . D5-17-017
FOR SALE I have decided to quit
the dairy business, and now offer
my choice dairy cows for sale. Come
early and get your choice. Robert
Miller. ' . 0-12-3
WELL, I GUESS YES
Asked If our bottled ginger ales. so.
das, sarsaparlllaa and carbonated mln
erai waters are up to the mark, the
well posted man beams on One with
his answer: "Well, I ' guess yes
vuuiun i wen oe omerwiia. rnr nnr
beverages are aa pure as they are de
llcious, wholesome as they are spark
ling. Your orders, please.
Union Boiling Works
Tour want is placed before a
every day Can you afford to
want ad whe: result are tha
"OR RENT A five-room house on
' Adams ' avenue, opposite Mrs. . Ma
son's orchard; 18 per month.', In
quire of Mrs. Mason, 'phone Black
FOR RENT Four-room house, fur
nished co.-cpicte; desirable location:
'phone Red 1081, or call at 106
Greenwood Ct. . 5-25-SO
FOR RENT New 6 -room house with
bath and pantry. Large lot; sight
ly location; very cheap. Call M. 0.
FOR RENT 7-room house with bath
Inquire of Mrs. C. Ralston, or 'phone
Black 1041. -ltf
FOR RENT Suite of three rooms.
furnished complete. Inquire of Mrs.
i. D. Simmons.
FOR RENT Furmsned rooms, close
Mn. Inquire at 1417 Washington av
enue. Next door to rink.
FOR RENT Large store building.
with shelving and counters. Inquire
at KIT Washington avenue.
FOR RENT Six-room modern cot
tage, corner Adams avenue and
Greenwood; close In. Inquire of
FOR RENT Furnished modern flat
Inquire of Mrs. S. C. Zuber.
FOR RENT Furnished front room.
close In; modern conveniences.
Phone to Black 951.
FOR RENT SU rooms, en suite, In
Lewis building, with water and toilet
FOR RENT--Furnished rooms for
light housekeeping. Mrs. E. C. Moore,
corner Q and Fourth streets. 'Phone
Red 1452. .
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for
light housekeeping; pleasantly lo
cated. Inquire of Mrs. Hattle R.
MacDonald, 1616 Sixth street 'Phone
FOR SALE Buff Leghorn eggs. One
dollar for each setting. Telephone
to Red 212. '
FOR SALE Two Second-hand Awn.
Ingii 24 feet long with frames and
fixtures complete and in good re
pair. Price, each, $10.00. The Peo
FOR SALE 600 fvot of plcktt fi-ncs.
In good condition. Apply to Mrs.
FOR SALE About 5UU0 feet of thor
oughly dry shlplnp. Apply at G. E.
FOR SALE One 6-year-old horse
broke to drive single, for a lady; two
milch cows with young calves. Seven
pigs. 100 chickens, three wngons, one
surrey, one buggy and several farm
Implements. Five pieces of town
property, Improved. Bargain if sold
at once. Inquire of Mary E. Child
ere. Island City.
FOR SALE Furniture, steel ran-
two heating stoves, bed iin.. ...
tension table. Iron beds and springs.
Ice box. fall leaf table. flrt-clw
organ. Other household gootls. In
quire at 1417 Washington avenu.
FOR SALE Small house and two lot.
located at 14 2 V avenue; wr.le to
V. ItkhurilKon nt Ailed, nuraI
OR HALE Two choice lots, do,?
In, and cheap; ea,y terms If , ,irco
fall at this office for partlcilnn
WANTED-Dairy hand wants position.
inquire at Observer office
WANTED Men and team. f... . "
glng and sawing limber. Ml. Olenn
Lumber Co., La Grand. ..,,
WANT1D Saddle fcorae, wtlht ltM
H '; paeer pref.rrei
nt ease. Ue.asre af . . twh
ga ssasyaa saTkM. a..1M
thousand or more want-seeker
spend one cent per word of your
WANTED To trade lots in La Grande
for horses. . Call at Hill's drug store.
WANTED Three, waitresses. Apply
at Model restaurant.
WANTED A man and wife to take
charge of a ranch near Cove. , Ap
ply to A. B. Conley, or address him
In this city. Must be competent.
WANTED Girl for general house
work In small 'family. Apply at
Eastern Oregon Trust ft Savings
WANTED Situation by a capable
young man clerical, First-class
references : furnished. Address M.
Box 351, La Grande, Ore.
WANTED Chance o make quick
service In moving furniture and
pianos with special equipment for
safe hauling. All kinds of transfer
business solicited. Leave orders at
Halsten's store or 'phone to Red
1161. J. W. Black.
WANTED A position as stationary
engineer. Practical experience. Can
give reference If required. Address
Box 758, La Grande.
WANTED Horses to pasture by tha
month on good bunchgrass. tl.50
per month. Inquire 1417 Washing
ton avenue, or address Bo 606, La
LOST Between this city and Perry,
a ladles' gray coat Finder pleas
leave same at this office.
The best thing you can do with your
wad. roll, pile, stooklgn 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 tha
po. and our ban is the right one In
which to deposit your savings, both
for security and good Interest Every
man and woman oiiitht t h.. i iTamw
dependent bank account. Let us show
you how money grow. when , ouf
The Eastern Oregon
Trust & Savings
F. M. BTFtKIT, President
GEO. L. CLEAVER, Cashier.
T. J. 8COOOIN. A..nt cashier.
r. 3. HOLMES. Treasurer.
I I) STRIXGHAM,
cried on ,hnr, notice.
ftlfactlon guaranteed. 4
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