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EVENING OBSERVER, LA GRANDE OREGON, WEDNESDAY, .UtitVT 3. SMS,
WHERE IS AGENT?
It Is A Safe Plan
O. L, B1QOERS, M. D.a
. Physician and Surgeon. '
Office, Lewis Building, over Henry
4k Carr Undertaking Parlori. :
Office 'Phone Black 1121.
Residence 'Phone Red 1001.
J. H. HUBBARD, M. D.
- Cfflce In New Bank Building. Rooms
'. I0-1L 'Phones: Residence, Mala
' It; Office, Mala Ti.
' " DR. A. JU RICHARDSON.
. Physician and Sorgoo.
Office ever Hill's Drug Store.
Office 'Phone 111. Residence Mala II
; N. MOLITOR, M. D
Pbyskiaa and Burgeoa. ,
' Corner Adams Ave. and Depot Bt
Office Main II .:- RjAldence Mala If
BACON HALL, , '
phvslolana and Surgeons.
Office m Grande National Bank
Building. 'Phone Main II.
C. T. Bacon, Residence, Main It.
- M. K. Hall, Residence, Main II.
DR. T. E. MOORB
DR. H. C. P. MOORB
Klrksville Graduates Under Founder
Office Bommer Balldlng.
Phones: Office Main IS; Res. Main 14.
C. II. UPTON, PH. G M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Special attention given to Eye Ear,
Nose and Throat.
Office In La G-ande National Dink
Phones Office, Main 2; Residence,
. DR. P. A. CItARLTON,
- Veterinary Burgecn.
Office at Hill's Drug Store. La Grand
Residence 'Phone Red T01.
Office 'Phone Black lilt.
' Independent 'Phone II.
Dlt. W. H. MILKY,
Graduate Ohio Slate. University.
Vaccination, Dentistry and Surgery:
of all kinds. Country calls promptly
Office III! Adumx Avenue.
Phones: Pacific plack 1901.
Independent, IIS. .
SIEGRIST & CO.
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. '
All our work guaranteed and promptly done.
W e will save you .money
SIEGRIST & CO !!
Complete equipment for resetting and repairing
rubber buggy tires. v .
LA GRANDE IRON WORKS
' ', :,. D. FITZOERALO, Propiietor
. t Crnplttg : Machine - Shops and Foundry
a & CACTLORN.
..... DnstlM, -.t J'
Office over Bill's Drug Store. :
La Grande ' .! Oregot
. J. C. PRICE, D. M. D.
''i U;k- I Dentist, t. x ' ;
Room 21,' La Grande National Bank
-r Building, J 'Phone Black 1IIL
km vmi. .'.',' ',' ' ' Orwron,
TEACHERS OF MUSIC
PROF. B. PORTER DAT, Principal.
La Grande School of Music.
Mrs. Day, assistant School, .101
Greenwood Ave., one, door south of
Adams Ave, 'Phone Black 1111.
MIS3 STELLA t. OLIVER.
Teacher of Plana and Baraaoajr.
tudle- aver 3. M. Berry's Store. '
. L. A. PICKLE R.
CIvIL Mining, Irrigation Entfneerlaa
Estimates, plane and spsclflcsUone.
Office In Bohnenkamp Building, :
La Grande ------ Oregm
, : C. K. THORNTON.
.. . Architect and Engineer.
Surveying, Civil and Structural Engi
'Twenty Tears' Experience.
J.R. OLIVER. v
Abstracts of Title Fire Inraranoe.
Office next door to La Grande Na
La Grande ------ Oregot
Cluaa. E, Cochran Geo. P. Coctinu
La Grande National Bank Building.
La Grande - - - - - " Oregot
R. H. LLOYD.
. Attorney at I aw.
Practice in all tho courts of the State
and United States.
Elgin - - -- Oregon
MRS. ORACE McALISTER.
Teacher and Manager.
Telephone Farmers 1171.
titles Interfiled Iavo Track of-Muu
AVho Picks BullJinjr Kite.
" Where Is the special : Often t from
the Washington postal department
who'll to locate the site of the fedora!
bulging in' this city? .That Is the
question which la bothering all the
cities of Idaho, Washington and Ore
gon that have . been promised new
building. Mall has been received by
PoHtmuHter Rlciiey for the agent. As
the mail was forwarded here from
Walla Wplle, it j indicative that he is
coming to La Grande before he goes
to Pendleton and Walla Walla. In the
Garden City, however, announcement
was made yesterday that he Is coming
there flrat, but that hlg trip hag been
delayed and that he will hot reach
there until an early day next week.
As no one here knows-exactly where
the gentleman la, he may drop In to
La Grande at any time. V
Prohibition Killing Pendleton t?)
. Between 30 and 40 carpenters and
this city on the various buildings un
der construction. ' The" largest force of
brick masons and carpenters is env
ployed on the city hall, which Is rapid,
ly nearlng completion.
The new concrete block garage be
ing erected on Johnson street by the
Pendleton Auto company. Is now be
ing pushed along rapidly, and a con
slderable force Is employed there by
Boothby t Hale, the contractors.
Work on the new Episcopal rectory
on Johnson street, Is also progressing
rapidly, the stone foundation and
basement being about complete. G.
I. LaDow Is the contractor and will
employ a considerable force of men on
the building. ( '
Contractor Dunlap la finishing aji
elegant cottage for C. S. Terpening on
Tustln street, and plans are now under
way for the McNabb cottage on East
Court street. Numerous repairs and,
additions hae been made to dwelling
houses during the summer and, taken
all through, It has been one of the
beat summer Reasons exnerlenced In
the building line for several years.
Pendleton East Oregonlan.
-c ; '
HuntliiKton Murderer Still'
. Without a Hearing.
V. R. Trapp, who sho and killed
811m JuHperson In the Club saloon at
Huntington one night last week, Mill
occupies a cell at the county Jail, and
there has been no preliminary exam-
nation held, relates the Baker. City
Herald. This has been partially due
to the absence of Dixtrict Attorney
.evens and partially to the defense
who did not seem In any hurry for the
preliminary to .take place.
In the meantime there has been
much conjecture as to what the line
f defense will be. Charles Hyde, at
torney for Trapp, naturally will nut
discuss that phnRe of the cae. Today,
however, Trapp's father and uncle ar
rived from the east. P, L, Trapp, hln
ftither. came from Graham, Mo., and
V. K. Trnpp, nn uncle, came from Po-
It Is expected with the arrival of
Iheon two meR, that some line of de
fense will be soon agreed .upon and
lhat the preliminary will shortly take
" Mu.niti Honor Washington. -Fredericksburg.
A'a Aug. 8. A
movement to aerijre funds for the
erection of the Miwnle memorial tem
ple to George Wiifhlnrrtngn has been
started by the local lodge of Mnsorui.
The Father of Ilia Country Was made
a Mtipon by tho Fredericksburg lodge
In. 1752. The Dlhlc ured In the loilg
when Wtixhlngtnn was given hit" de
grees and the record of the lodge.
Hlgned by the greatest of AmricanH,
ire still In exiKtcnre. Masons all over
the country will be asked to con t limit
to tho memorial fund.
; lliillil lloe House.
A ninll structure was built- in the
local railroad yards today, which will
house the new hose cart which the
(. R. A N. recently sent here. The
miniature fire houso and equipment
will give ample fire protection to rail
road hiilldlnirx nnd property In the
Stimulation Without Irritation.
In esse of stomach and liver trou
b,le the proper treatment Is to-sUmti
late these organs without Irritating
them. Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup
aide digestion and stimulates the liver
am bowels without Irritating these
organs like pills or ordinary cathar
tics. It does n-t nauseate or gripe
and Is mild and pieeant to lake. A.
T. Ul!l, dtugglst.
to bunk one's money and not to hoard
it where It can be stolen. Do not keep
much money about your person, or
In your house or office. Bank it with
us and it will be absolutely secure,
both night and day. We secure our
customers against loss, and they find
us courteous and reliable .people to
deal with. Our methods of doing bus
iness will be perfectly satisfactory to
you.- . . ....... ;, ' ..
Inv 1h (leAsf All
Trust &. Savings
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"'?' OFFICERS! :"
F. li. BTRKTT,' President
' Wit KILLER, Vlee-Prealdeat
GEO. L. CLEAVER, Cashier.
T. J. 8CR0GGIN. Assistant Cashier
. r. J. HOLMES. TreasaraK
; ED btltmGHAM, .
' - AIICT1GNUBR.
Sales ctied on short notice. ' 4
Satisfaction guaranteed. 4
4 No extra charge for distance.
LA GRANDE! - - - OREGON 4
4 Route No. I. 'Phone No. llsxs
TO TRAVELING PUBLIC
Persons desiring neat
and comfortable . rooms
and wholesome meals
should stop at the ' .
Board and room by the ?
week : : : . : $5 00
By the day . : : : 1.00
The only First Glass
$1.00 Der dav house in
Lav Grande. White help
J Two BIqcks from Depot
f Mil .1 RAMCAIvl Pran
PHONE BLACK 402
Notice of Filing Plata.
Notice Is hereby given, that the ap
proved plats of surveys of fracttooa!
sections IS, 14, IS, 16, 1? and 18, E'i
and Kfl'U Section 20, W'H and NEW
Sec. 21, Townships 6 North, Range 41
K., end all of Township 4 North, Range
41, East Willamette meridian, have
been received In this bfflce. The
above plats of surveys will be filed on
Tuesday, the 15th day of September,
isns. at a. m.
On and after that date this office
wl'.l receive applications for tho entry
of lands In said townships. ,
F. C. 11RA.MWELL, Register.
A. A. ROBERTO, Receiver.
Clicrrltn for Sulc.
Royal Anne cherries at Stoddard
farm, 20c gallon. Inquire of J. E.
VanDermuellen, Red 32. T-22tf
I'lks Cored at Ilomu ny Xuvr Absor-
If you suffer from bleeding, Itch
ing, blind or protruding piles, send
me your address, and I will tell you
how to cure yourself at home by the
now absorption treatment; and will
also send some of this home treat
ment free for trial, with references
from youtr own locality If requested
Immediate relief end permanent ci n
assured. Send no money, but lt
others of this offer. Write today to
Sirs. If. 8ummers, Rox P. Notre
Ksrrlrlnt lenltli Advice.
Mrs. M. M. Davison of No. Sit Olf
ford AVe., Fan Jose, Cal., says; "The
worth of -Electric Hitlers as a general
funilly remedy, for headache, bilious
ness and torpor of the liver and bow.
els . Is so pronounced that I am
prompted to say a word In Us favor,
for the benefit of those seeking relief
from such afflictions. There Is more
health for thn digestive organls In a
bottle of Electric Pltters than In any
other .remrdy I know of." PoM iindrr
guarantee at Nrwtln's drug store. 60c.
Our Want Acl Colunin
Your wsnl Is p'ctd before a thcutand or more want-seekers,
evory dr Cen you afford to spend one cent per word of your
want u h:e rulu are the keynotes?
FOR RENT Six rooms, en suite, In
Lewis building, w ith water and toilet
FOR RKN'T Five-room furnished
flat on ground floor. Inquire of Mrs.
Zuber. ' , . -
FOR RENT Suite of rooms for light
housekeeping. Inquire of Mrs. Swart.
FOR RENT One e-room house, un
furnished, and one modern 4-room
wU-c. i-hed. Inquire of Mrs
Ci 8. Zuber. ...
FOR RENT Famished housekeep
ing rooms la suite of. two; rooms
close In. at reasonable rates. Inquire
" at 1417 Washington avenue, ,.-lltf
FOR RENT The Mrs. Laura 6tulti
rooming and boarding house, corner
Sixth and Spring, containing bath,
and partly furnished. 'Phone Red
FOR RENT A suite of rooms for
light housekeeping. Modern resi
dence, ground floor. 'Phone 'Red
TO LOAN Twelve hundred dollars on
first mortgage securities, from one
to five years, at 10 per cent Inquire
of F. 8. Ivanhoe. ' .
WANTED Gentleman roomer, board
if desired. Inquire 1407 Ninth St.
Phone Red 1042.
GIRL WANTED For general work at
Centennial hotel. Must be able to
assist with cooking and dining
room. 1421 Adams Ave.
WANTED Roomer and table boarder
at the Swart Rooming house. In
quire of Mrs. Edna Esart.
WANTED Chance 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
111. J. WT. Black.
A Lazy Liver
e , . .
Did as Well
favaste thing to U-at a wearv or urve.i
man becsuM- ho Inmed In ln work. So
In treating tho liiini. torpl.i liver It U
4 great tnlstako to la-li It v.itli ulrotig
Jra-tlc dnici. A lorpM liver 1 b'lt an
irtlicatiiui of an IM-imiiH.-IiciI, cnfeehli-d
yxly whox. itrgins am weary with ove
ivork. Mart with t!n -tomurli and ai:j,.j
wan o( d'-nitiou and mrtrltion. put
them In working onl.T and mki how
ItilcUiy your liver villi, bcnrnio nctlve
llr. 1'i.Tce's ;M..n Medical Discovery"
ha made many i!ian-i lniieun-so(lvi'r
trotihlo- by Itt woiidTfu control of ti,
oraii of digestion and nutrition. It re
Morc the normal a.-livlty tl. t.nach
nrma.-w the wr .Ions of tl,e W,KAl-muk-In?
Sian.l,. cle:ni''e ti 8vt..m fr.mi r-.l.
euiiuiW n-eumnlatloii, u, r,.;,.VM t10
liver of tho burdens imposed upon It l,y
Ihi defection cf other oran.
If you bsve bitter or bid in ik ..
Ing. poororiXr.il,is SDictlte. coned tongue,
foul brettb. o;ii,tlpi(-J or Im talir Ix.wfli
feel rsk, esslli tlrr1l.,n(ilU ,mf
mswlne or ii;(n w-d JceVr In ttomn b,
p?rh nauHs.NJvi-yV-r,lni,,. ,
throit after eailni. and k!iioc aj-mptoms
Of weak etomtcb un.l t-.rpij h ,,j r.,l('.
ctrr . relieve ! ro-: t' mtntrT.i ,'."
t Dirt ut iLl- e prvM-'nl
t oob iimi! ami t.t ,m!ri i.. i..... ,i
other ,,,. f.urUt , ' J
bo te I, s uy.-,U- e,-i of i.atlr,,"," ,!f
Cure l dl,..,v, for . h ' " V' u
m-iiioii ,,r th! riiiii-Kmi
ure ( urc 1ltT A,ilms,
We guarantee .....
ronchltl. and catrrh. "'m
One falls w. win ........... .
-rriuiiy rerund all
money psld. Wrll, Arn,.. 1,1
fir Co.. in I.. ,,. : !
- .-.. i, v.an , or for
Kf-'nht. Cove, Ore
Box . '
FOR SALE Practically new Smith
Premier typewriter. Inquire at thief
office, or at Ferguson's book store.
FOR SALE 500 feet of picket fence.
In good condition. Apply to Mrs.
Zuber. ' ''
FOR SALE Reo Touring car. For
particulars Inquire of . Mrs. T. N.
Murphy. - . 7-I2tf
FOR SALE A first grade piano; will
trade for a team or good city property.-,
ruuua wj" Ws
ion, neu tvi. , .-(-.i-
FOR SALE One first -class wardrobe.
Iron bedsteads, springs, - mattresses,
tables, buggy top and storm front
Inquire of Mrs. R. E. Wors tell, lot:
Second 8L 'Phone Black 111. 7-S2tg
FOR SAUC-HIgh-grade, 100-rb ca- '
paclty cream separator In good con
dition, or will exchange for spring,
wagon or good work horse. ' RobU
Milter, B St., South La Grande. I-Itr
LOST A pair of steel rimmed glasses-
without case; finder pleace leave A
Observer office. .
During the past 8S years no rem
edy has proven more prompt or
piore effoctual In Its cures of . ,
Coughs, Colds and Croup
than Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. In.
many homes It is relied upon aey
piicltly as the family physician. It &as
talns no opium or other narcotlo, and
may be given as confidently to a baby
as to an adult. Price 36c; large alzeSOoa
Corvallls, (Jivgon.. ,
Offers collegiate courses in Agri
culture, Including Agronomy. Horti
culture, Animal IlusDandry. k4Lr
HuHbandry, etc.; Forestry,- Domestic-
Science and Art; Civil, Electrical, Me
chanical and Mining Engineerings
Offers elementary courses In Agri
culture, Forestry, Domestic Science
and Art, Commerce ' and Mechanlc-
rgo work, cabinet
making, steam filling, plumbing, ma
chine work. etc.
Ptrong faculty, modern equipments
free tuition; opens September 25.
Illustrated catalogue lth full infos'
million on application to the Regis-'
trnr, free. d&wS-ltf
rrlsi and Drimnore of Ttalas a
No. I, westbound Portland SpeclaL.
srrlves :2J a. m.; departs. 1:10 a. m.
No. 0, eaatbound passenger, maiv,
and express, arrives at :4S a. m.; Soy
purta 8:50 a. m.
No. I, eaatbound Chicago Special,
arrives l:0S p. m.; departs, 1.10 p.
No. S, westbound passenger, mal
and express, arrives :5J p. m.i de
psrts. 10 p. m.
Regular mixed train leaves La
Grands at I o'clock and returns at
o'clock p. m. The logging train
leaves La Grande at 11:10 p. m. an
returns at 7:4$ p.'m.
J. 11. KFT-XET, Agent,
tM Grande, Oregon.
Dr. W. D. McMillan. Red IS1.
Pair less ittractlon. .
- Expert golO work. Special attealiora
In children's teeth.
I Oraude Na l .rut Dank Bulldlrg-