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EVKOXO OBSERVER, LA GRANDE OREGON, 6ATVRDAT. JCLY 1, 108.
Q. L, BIGGERS. V. D.,
Physician and Surgeon.
Office, Lewis Building, over Henry
tt Carr Undertaking Parlor.
Offlo 'Phone Black 1121.
Residence 'Phone Bad 1001.
JT. H. HUBBARD. U.V.
Physician and Bnrgeoa.
Dtflc In Naw Bank Building-. Rooma
33-3L 'Phones: Residence. Ualn
II; Office, Mala 71.
- V DR. A. L. RICHAKDBUW,
Pli raids and Bargco.
Offloa ovar Hlll'a Drug Btore.
Offloa "Phone lilt. Residence Mala II
N. MOUTOR, M. D,
PhyasoJaai aad Bargee.
Cerner Adaasa At, and Depot St.
Offloa Main ft : Reatdenoa Mala II
BACON HALL, ;
Ptovsk-iaiia and Bargeons.
Offloa Ii : Jk Grand National Bank
Building. 'Phona Main II.
C. T. Bacon. Residence, Main II.
If. JC Hall, Residence, Main II.
DR. V. E. MOORB
DR. H. C. P. MOORB
Elrksvtll Graduate Under Founder
Offloa Bnmmir Balldlng.
Phoni: Office Main IS; Re. Main 14
c. it. rrrox, pil g m. d.
, Physician ami Surgeon.
Special attention given to Eye, Ear,
' Nose and Throat'
Office In La Q-miie National Bink
Phone Office, Main '2; Residence,
DR. P. A. CHARLTON,
Office at Hlll'a Drug 8tore, La Grand
Residence 'Fhon Red 101.
Offloa 'Phone Black 1111.
Independent 'Phona II.
Pit. V. 1L RILET.
Oraduato Ohio State University Vao
dnatlun. Dentistry and Surgery of aO
kinds. Country call promptly aa
swered. Office 1414 A4ms Ave. 'Phones, Pa
cific, Black 1101. Independent,
White 10. '
SIEGRIST & CO.
JEWELERS AD 0PTICUS
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, 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. ,
Allour work guaranteed and promptly done.
N e will savo you money
SIEGRIST & CO-
JtUfLERS AMD OPTICIANS
Complete equipment for resetting and repairing
rubber buggy tires.
nm milium mi -nr-ii ill laaassa im II i i n i n i
LA GRANDE IRON WORKS
, ; D. F1T70ERALO, Proprietor
, Complete Machine Shops ad Foundry
. . u. Miuuuku, rTopnwr
e) a mm t m 9
a & CACTEORN.
Office over Bill's Drug Btora.
La Orande Oregot.
J. C. PRICE. D. M. D.
II, La Oranda National Bank
Building. 'Phone Black 1IIL
La Oranda Oregon
TEACHERS OT MUSIC
FnOT. 5. yvaTssst ntT. PrtnclD!.
La Grande School of Music
Mrs. Day, assistant School, 101
Greeawood A-, one door south of
Adams Ave. 'Phona Black lilt.
MISS 8TKLLA D. OLTVKR.
Taaober of Flaao and Harmony.
Stadia rr J. M. Berry's Store.
L. A. PICKLE R.
Civil, Mining, Irrlgatloa EnftaearlBi
Estimates, plans and specifications.
Office in Bohnenkamp Building.
La Oranda Oregot
C. K. THOHNTOX.
: Architect and Engineer.
Surveying, Civil and Structural Engi
neering. r Twenty Tear' Experience,
Abstracts of Title. Fire Insurance.
Office next door to La Grande N
tlonal Bank. .
La Grand - - - - Oregor
Clias. E. Cochran Geo. P. Coctores
La Grande National Bank Building.
La Oranda - - - , Oregot
R. H. LLOYD.
Attorney at law.
Practice In all the court of the State
and United States.
Elgin ...... Oregon
MRS. GRACE McAUSTER.
Tescher nd Manager.
Telephone Farmers 17I.
Washington, July 18. To say that
Judge Taft's friend In Washington
are pleased with the way In which he
plays the political game on hla own
hook It putting It mildly. They are
prophesying that before the campaign
Is over the country will be convinced
that It was Taft shrewdness that made
the Roosevelt administration such a
picturesque success. .
A, few of his most ardent admirers
are pleased to contrast his behavior
In the limelight with President Roose
velt The yadmlt that bad the presi
dent been handling the chairmanship
rumpus that, with one dash out of the
box, he would have settled It once
and for all. They are rather proud
of the fact that Judge Taft did not
do It that way. Thoy believe he will
be the stronger for this display of
consideration of all aide of the mat
ter before taking the fatal leap. They
say It will appeal to the business In
terests of the country that have made
success possible In the past. '
It la estimated that the presidential
nominee Is about o pull off some
stunts In the Ohio political situation
which will make old politicians sit np
and tak a squint at Buckeye Bill.
There Is no denying the fact that the
Ohio aggregation, which haa been
holding the whip hand In that state
since last spring. Is sore at the failure
of Arthur I. Vorys, of their' midst, to
land the chairmanship. They wanted
the big prize for the prestige that It
would give to the machine that they
havo been laboring on ever since Sec
retary Taft started out to get the
Buckeye deelgatlon to the Chicago
The recent repeated visits of Sena
tor Dick of Ohio, to Private Citizm
Taft hns led to the belief that the
presidential candidate Is seeking to
pacify all factions In Ohio at one fell
swoop. Previous to the offensive and
defensive alliance between Senator
Foraker and Senator .Pick, caused by
the White House opposition to some
of their plans, Senator Dick's colscsl
allies In his Ohio ftislits were the pres
ent Ohio bosses) who have been try'"
to put the Buckeye senators to sleep.
Walter Brown, chairman of the state
central committee; Henry B- Williams,
chairman of the state executive com
mittee, and State Auditor Walter Guil
bert. were as thick with Dick as hops.
For Senator Dick to go to these
Ohio leaders who thought they were
about to blossom forth into national
politicians, ami with bared, bresst.
show them how. In the Interest of par
ty success, be ha set them an exam
ple by getting onto the Taft band
wagon, would have a wholesome ef
fect, it would also have a Undent-)
to make them believe th.it If the
were to be President Taft's represen
tatives In CMilo they must not let the
ether crowd In Ohio "t onto the
cround floor ahead of them.
Senator Pick made arrangements'
with Judge Tuft to see him at Hot
Springs shortly after the sub-corn-j
mlttve lei ted u i lulrinrtn of the n-
lonal i mumitti e. At that time It Is
In llcvcd an understanding ill hi
re.iohel which ttll! btlng ih-sei two
mvn cis r toKOther.
Wl.' a Ju.lue Twft may hwve b-n
lu his 'Wtiin nf a i Hiiii'iiiKH inn n.i -tvr,
M ii. Muli. rs point it that the
Kiente.i ninsto f..ctr In Puck-yr Pill's
iMmp.tlKn will be the part that Char
ge Tn ft. mt the t'lmlnnat! variety of
Tuft, but he of the later generation.
l!l play In it.
A'-eady young I'h.uMe h.ts been
able to ricnion.tr ite uneon-el'uily to
the World that his fiiihir Is a good
skilled Individual, made up of the
vime In.-; hut tluil i ry fnthe" loves
to hear extolled. Charlie has made up
with the newspaper boys and I re
garded us a piir. winner as a press
agent fur his dad.
lu-tter Tlian Xrnklng.
Fpanltlns; does not cure chlldnn of
bed-wettlnR. There Is a constitution
al cause for this trouble. Mrs. M.
Summers, Box W, Notre Dame. Ind
ian! send free to any mother her suc
cessful Instructions. Send no man")',
but write her today If your ehlldrea
trnuM In thia way. ( Don't blame
the child, the chance are It can't
help It.' This treatment alo cure
adult and aged people troubled wit 'a
urine difficulties y day r nix-hl
Riddle ha a prospect of
Notice for Bids.
Notice is hereby given that sealed
bids will be received up to 4 o'clock
p. m., July IS, 1S08, by the street
committee at the city recorder's of
fice of La Grande, for the furnishing
of material and constructing cement
sidewalks as per ordinance and speci
fication now on filfe at the recorder
office, along the following property,
Lots 8, 1 anJT 8, Block 108, Chap
lin Add. ,
Lots 17 an
1 blocll 115, Chaplin
Lots IS a
Lot IS, 2
Lots It an1
Lot IS, blockllOi, Chaplin Add.
Lot 1, block 107, Chaplin Add (on
Lot 18, block 107, Chaplin Add. (on
The city reserves the right to reject
any or all bids.
' By order of street committee.
W. N. MONROE. Chairman. '
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior,
. June 8, ItOS.
Notice la hereby given that
GEORGE U. THOMPSON, ,
at Adams, Oregon, who, on May 18th,
1901, made timber and stone sworn
statement No. 04f. for SH 8B and
NEK SEH and BB NE14. section
ti, township t south, range 14 east
Willamette meridian; has filed notice
of Intention to make final proof to es
tablish his claim to the land above
described, before John Halley, Jr.,U.
8. commissioner, at Pendleton, Ore
gon, on the 22d day of August, 1908.
Claimant names as witnesses: Wln
fleld S. Burnett of Starkey, Ore.;
Thomas M. Keller, of Pendleton, Ore.;
Frank Donaldson, of Meacham, Ore.;
Frank Ironsplker, of Pendleton, Oro.;
F. C. B RAM WELL, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
PUBLIC LAND S LE.
La Grande, Oregon, Land Office,
Juno 27, 190S.
Notice is hereby piven that, as di
rected by the commissioner of the
peneral lard office, under provudons
or act of ci-vfe! approved June, 27,
1?0, Public-- Vc. ro:, we will offer at
Tvbllc al "io highest bidder, al
3C o'clock a. in.,' on the 17th day of
August next, at this office, the fol
lowing tract of land, to-wlt: N4 N'E
Sec. . T. 1 8., R. 37, E. W. M.
Any persons claiming adversely the
above described lands are advised to
file their claims, or objections, on or
before the day above designated for
F. C. BRAMWELL. Register.
A. A. ROBERTS, Receiver.
It Can't Ilo Heat
The best of all Wachers 1 experi
ence. C. M. Harden, of Silver City,
North Carolina, says: "I find Eleclrli
IMllers doe all that's claimed for It
For stomach, liver and kidney trou
bles It can't be beat. I have tried It
Lninl find It a most excellent medicine,."
Mr. Harden Is right: it's the best of
all medicine also for weakness. Inme
back, and nil run down conditions
Best, too, for chills and malaria. Fold
un ler guarantee at the Newlln drug
rrlvai and Drfianure of Trains al
No. 1, westbound Portland 8peclal
arrives 1:2$ a. m.; departs. 1:3 a. m
No. I. east bound passenger, mat'
and express, arrive at 4.41 a. m.; d
part 1:30 a. m.
No. 3, it bound Chicago Special
arrives 1:01 p. m.; departs, l:lt p. m
No. I, westbound passenger, mall
end express, arrives t:tl p. as.; de
parts, 11 p. m.
Regular mixed train leave La
Orande at I o'clock and returns at 3
o'clock p. ra. The logging train
leaves La Orande at 13:3 p. m. and
returns at 7:41 p. m.
t. B. KFF.MTT, ArniL
La Craade, Oregosv,
rat ljL biocg lli,
Your want i p'aced before a thousand or mors wanfc-eekr
every day Can you afford to spend one cent per word of your
want ad whe.-e result are the keynotes? . .
FOR RENT Furnished front room,
close In; modern conveniences.
'Phone to Black SSL
FOR RENT Six rooms, en suite, in
Lewis building, with water and toilet
FOR RENT--Furnished rooms for
light housekeeping.,!. E. C. Moore,
corner Q and Fourth streets. 'Phone
Red 14S2. P
FOR RENT One (-room house, un
furnished, and one modern 4-room
C. 8. Zuber.
FOR RENT Furnished houeekeep
. tag rooma in suite vt two; room
lose In, at reasonable rates. Inquire
at 1417 Washington avenue, ,.4-lltf
WANTED To trade lots In La Grand
for horse. Calt at Hill's drug store
GIRL WANTED Family of two;
good wages If competent Inquire
I of J. M. Berry. 7-lltf
WANTED Girl for general house
workv Apply to Mrs. A. L. Richard
WANTED Roomer and table boarder
at the Swart Rooming house. In
quire of Mrs. Edna Swart
VV ANTED Chance make quick
service In moving furniture and
pianos with special . equipment foi
safe hauling. All kinds of transfer
business solicited. Leave orders at
Halsten's stoe or 'phone to lied
1181. J. W. Black. -
WANTED A position as stationary
engineer. Practical experience. Can
give reference If required. Address
Box 758, La Grnnde.
TO TRAYELIMG PUBLIC ;
Persons desiring neat
and comfortable rooms
j ,,,i,l-. e
and wnoiesome meals
should stop at the
Board and room by the
week : ,: : : $3 00
By the day : : : 1.00
The only First Class
Si. 00 per day house in
La Grande. White help
Two Blocks frcm Depot
V. J, RAMS0M Prop.
PHONE BLACK 402
WK SI11VK A W. IHMI
of Ice cream for a very ino.lerntu
price here. And such cream, .i:
Tlie first spoonful sets you to wishing
the dish a a bixger one. With
every succeeding mouthful you full
more In love with the crenm, nnd you
only wish your rapacity wn as huge
a your ppetlte. Come In and enjoy
For sal at
A. T. 1III.L.
FOR SALE Buff Leghorn eggs, ne
dollar for each setting. Telephd
to Red 212. ""T '
FOR SALE S0v feet of picket fence.
In good condition. Apply to Mrs.
FOR SAL Cheap; automobile, S
horse power runabout In first-class
repair. For particulars and price.
Inquire at this office. ' dw(-24-Imi
FOR SALE Furniture, steel . rang,
two heating stoves, bed lounge, ex.
tension table. Iron beds and prinr.
lee bos, fan leaf table", first 4oi
organ. Other household goods,' 1.
quire at 1417 Washington avenueT
FOR BALE Two seeend-hand awa-
lags. In good condition. Get partic
ulars from J. A. Arbuckle, Model
FOR SALE A first grade piano; wllB
trade for a team or good city prop
erty. 'Phone or call on H. A. Wat
son, Red 1401.
LOST Suit case on train between Ba--ker
City and La Grande, contalnta;
baseball outfit. Finder will pfc'A
return to Observer office and receive
FOUND Lady's band ring,
at this office.
Land for Rent.
We have 320 acres of excellent' land?
for rent Call at once.
F. S. BRAMWELL,
C. J. BLACK.
When s ehtld w ixesnp In the middle of tt.
elsht wit li sever, uituclc of croup as fro
Qucntly hapiM'iii. no time nlmulil lie lost lo
exnerlurentlnfr with r-;ncil1i uf n doubtful:
value. I'roiui acuou U otleu Decuuarv Io
hasnererufeii known to full i anycavsnt:
U lits l-en Iqum for over oue-t hird yt'aJ rr
urr. Tliero N none Ix'tter. It ea i.
lciHitflU'Kll. v, mv exleriinenf 7 111-. ;ile i:i
loiiikenml ronislm no harmtttl Orntf. Price,
newux R,ra co.
''4' SA. rLArrfl
f.;W vt&M air,
The best llilnx you can do with you
wud. roll, pile, sterklirn or whatever
you ti ny cull your savings, Is to put It
I where It !s sure to grow and be-s-Wf
j while it Is growing. The bank Islta
j spo', r,l ,n,r !,,, g tue riKitt one ln
j which to dwtt you savings. both
j for recmlty and K,.0,i Interest. Every
i n:nn nd v o.n.in nueht to hive an in
j dependent l ank account. Let us show
; you how money grows when In our
The Eastern Oregon
Trust a. Savings
F. V. BTItKIT. President 1
WM. MILLER, Vice-President. i
GEO. U CLEAVER. Cashier.
T. J. FCROOGIN, Assistant Cashier.
F. J. HOLM Fa. Treaanrsr.
Bale ct led on hrrt aotlce.
No extra chjrge for distance.
LA ORANDB . . . OREGON
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