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La Grande Professional
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t , i O. 1 BIDDERS, M. ,
; Physician and Surgeon. :
Office, Lewis Building, over Henry
Carr Undertaking Parlors.
Office 'Phone Black XtlL .
" . - ', ; Residence 'Phone Red 1001.
" f J. H. HUBBARD, M. D. '
Thystcian and Surgeon,
Office in Kew Bank Building. Rooms
M-81. "Phones; Residence, Vain .
89; Office, Main 71.
DR. A, I RICHARDSON.
Physician and Sargo.
Office over Hill's Drug Store. ;
Cmoe 'Phone Residence Main E5
Mr MOLITOR, M. D., ,
: Physician and Surgeon. t
Corner Adams Ave. and Depot St
Office Main 68 Residence Main (8
BACON ft HALL,
Phvslctans and Surgeons.
Office I j. a Grande National Bank
C:. Buiidin. izzi ::. .
C T. Bacon, Residence, Main 18.
M. K. Hall, Residence, Main 62.
DR. V. E. MOORS -s i",,
DR. H. C P. MOORE
S3rkevllle Graduates Under Founder.
Office Summer Balldlng.
Phones: Office Main 68; Res. Main 64.
a H. UPTON, TH. G., M. D.
' Physician and Surgeon,
pedal attention given to Eye, Ear,
Nose and Throat
Office In La G-ande National Bank
'Phones Office,' Main 2; Residence,
Main 82. '
jrLa" DR?P. A CHARLTON,
Office at Hill's Drug Store, La Grands
Residence 'Phone Red 70L
Office 'Phone Black 1861.
Inderendent 'Phone (I.
Both 'phones at residence.
DR. W. H. RILET,
Graduate Ohio- State University.
Vaccination, Dentistry ind Surgery
of all kinds. Country calls promptly
Office 1414 Adams Avenue.
Phones: Paclflo Black 1S01.
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I YOUR CHILDREN'S EYES j
I Should be looked after Now j
Not after they have started their Studies and
began to have eye troubles. We'll measure
the eye FREE and tell you if glasses are need
ed. Bring your children MERE today. Don't
delay. If glasses are needed our price will
be less than half the "other fellows"
GEO. S. BIER1MIE, Optician For
SIEGRIST & CO-
JEVITLERS AND OPTICIANS
Complete equipment for resetting and repairing
rubber buggy tires. ' , "
LA GRANDE IRON WORKS
; D. FITZOERALD, Proprietor
Complete Machine Shops ad Foundry
C B. CAUTHORN,
' ' Dentist. ' v--'. ''' '
- Office oyer Hill's Drug Store.
La Grande Oregon.
; 3. C. PRICE, D. M. D. .
Room 28, La Grande National Bank
, Building. 'Phone Black 1991. .
La Grand . ; , . Oregoa
TEACHERS of musio
PROF. K. PORTER DAT. Principal.
; La Grande School of Musle.
Mrs. Day, assistant School, 106
Greenwood Ave., one door south of
Adams Ave. 'Phone Black 1831."
MISS STELLA ..to. OLIVER.
Teacher of Piano and Harmony,
Studio over jr. M. Berry's Store.
. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS. ,
L. A. PICKLE R.
Civil, Mlnintr. Irrit- wr:ccrl
' " ' and Surveying.
Estimates, plans and speclflcatlona
- Office In Bohnenkamp Building.
La Grande . - - - Orego
C. It THORNTON.
Architect and Engineer.
Surveying, Civil and Structural Engi
Twenty Tears' Experience.
Chas. E. Cochran Geo. P. Cochrat
C9CHRAN ft COCHRAN,
La Grande National Bank Building.
La Grande - Oregoi
. R. H. . LLOYD.
Attorney at Law.
Practice in all the courts of the State
and United States.
Elgin - - .- - - - Oregon
C. II. CRAWFORD,
Attorney at Law. '
Practices In all the courts of the. State
and United States.
Office in La Grande National Bank
Building, La Grande, Oregon.
MRS. GRACE McALISTER.
. Teacher and Manager.
Telephone Farmers 1976.
The announced schedule of matches
In the Algonquin tennis tournament
were knocked awry last evening, as
was xpected would be the case, and
the schedule has changed considera
bly. While the tournament was open
ed last evening with one of the men's
singles, the ladles' singles- were not
inaugurated until this evening, when
Miss Floy Massee and.. Miss Ruby
Thelson took the court for champion
ship. Thomas Bruce and George T,
Cochran continued the men's singles
this evening. The Mrs. Van Buren
Frarices Massee match comes off to
morrow night, while the -, Ivy ; Long
Ruth Russell: conjtest takes piace to
morrow morning. The Peare-French
match is'-sljfttedJpr Sunday afternoon
Instead of Saturday jeyenlng. Other"
wise the scehdule will ' proceed sub
stantially as announced last evening.
One Match Disposed Of,
The first match was different than
scheduled. H. M. Bay was unable to
be present last evening to face Wal
ter Ferguson, and A. W. Nelson sub
stituted, leaving Bay to face George
Blrnie Sunday afternoon. "' The score
last evening was in favor of Nelson,
6-3, 2-6, 9-7. The last set of the
match was Closely ocntested and was
foueht f tpur. lime over the
regular period usually required. (The
sett continues until one player ifas
won six games, or If both have , five
games each, the set progresses until
one player has won two successive
games of 50 points each; "hence .the
over-run score In some lnBtances.)
Much interest centers In the tourna
ment and when the present weeding
out process Is over, there will be ad-
Ultlonal interest In theVlnals of the
MAY REJECT CARXEGIE.
Tlio Dalles Council May Fruwtrate Car-
negie library Movement.
The Dalles, Sept 23. An injunction
will be issued, r-straining the city
from building the Carnegie library as
soon as the city council adopts plans
for the building, according to a state
ment made by Councilman J. C. Eg
bert at the meeting of the city fathers
When the offer of Andrew Carnegie
was first made to the city, the steel
magnate agreeing to give The Dalles
810,000 for a library If the city would
furnish a suitable piece of property
to erect the structure and appropriate
81000 a year for its maintenance, the
matter was referred to a vote of th?
people, to ascertain whether or not
they wanted a Carnegie library.
The matter was voted on a year ago
last June, resulting in a tie vote. Some
of the citizens were opposed to the
building of the library, on the grounds
that they did not care to have a 11
brary which was donated, preferring
for the city to build one Itself, paying
for the entire cost.
However, after the election, the
council voted to go ahead with the
matter and purchased a ilto for the
library at the corner of Fourth and
Washington streets. It was not neces
sary mat me matter be referred to
the people, the council having the
necessary power to go ahftid with tho
The council appropriated 83000 for
tho porperty and 8SO0, tho additional
amount necessary to be mined for the
purchose of the land, was subscribed
by cltlxons. Architect Crandall, to
gether with the building committee,
was Instructed to draw plans for the
At the meeting of the council last
nlRht Attorney B. 8, Huntington stnted
that the committee and Mr. Crandall
had Avorked on the plans and Specifi
cations for nine months, having con
ferred with experienced librarians all
over the country and had agreed on
plans for a building which could be
constructed for 810.000, the amount
of money which has been given by
The matter of taking action on the
plans will be taken up at the next
meeting, the councilman desiring to
go over them In the meantime, and In
all probability, they will be adopted.
It Is hoped that the work of building
the library may be commenced this
fall and it Is thought that It will be,
lor even tnougn an injunction were
brought to restrain the city from build
ing the library, there Is little fear of
It being sustained in court.
All Kinds of Hay::
Grain and Feed i
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I. V. OLIVER
I Pnone Main 5J
Jefferson Avenue 2
The world always sees somb"
more practical in painting a pump
thin in purifying the water down out
of sight. x . , ;.
A LABOR OF LOVE.
You never get tired of our delight
ful ice cream, made from purest In
gredients, It's always of a uniformly
high quality. Absolutely pure, whole
some and delicious. All flavors of se
leging his efforts at refor mare Insln
Ing, soothing. Try a plate and well,
no more need be said.
For sale at-
A. T. IHLL.
SILVERTIIORX A MACK.
Blue Mounia in
It Is A Safe Plan
to bank 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 fdss, and they find
us courteous and reliable people to
deal with. Our methods of doing bus
iness will be perfectly satisfactory to
The Eastern Oregon
Trust & Savings
r. U. BTRKIT, President
WM. MILLER, Vice-President
GEO. L CLEAVER. Cashier.
T. J. BCROQGIN. Assistant Cashier.
T. J. HOLMES, Treasurer.
Our Want Ad Coi&imn
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Your want is placed before a thousand or more wiotv-seekers
every day Can you afford to spend one cent per word of your
want ad where results are the keynotes?
FOR RENT A furnished heuse;
moderln; close In; '5 rooms. Bath
and pantry. Call at 1406 th St., or
'phone Red 1472. ' , '
FOR RENT One 4-roora house, and
. one 7-room house, with bath. Mrs.
S. C. Zuber. " . , ;. '
FOR RENT Eight-room house, sup
plied with modern conveniences
, Inquire . of Mrs. E.'.T.i :RIchey, v cor
ner 8th-and O streets.- - " ' ''"! '
FOR RENT Single or double room
for gentleman. Furnished and with
bath in connection.' 'Apply at this
FOR RENT Six-room house for
'rent near flouring mill. Inquire of
Mrs. J. M. Lilly, near the La Grande
flouring mill. ; .
FOR RENT-Furnished roomn fi
nousekeeplng. Pleasant location;
close In.' Inquire of Mrs. Hattle R.
-McDonald, 1616 : Sixth street, ; or
'phone tQ Black 462.
FOR RENT The Fred Jacobs house
in South La . Grande. Inquire at La
. Grande National bank.
FOR RENT Eight-room house, with
in one block of high school; city
water, electric lights. Inquire of
Martin Larsen, 908 Third, and J Ave.
FOR RENT Four-room house, fur
nished complete. Chas. Dlsqua, at
WANTED Two or three 4 or 8-horsc
teams to plow. . Apply to Dr.' Geo.
- O'Connor, at So0mer House. J
POSITION WANTED As bookkeep
er. Will take position requiring all
' my time or will accept position re
quiring part time. Apply at this of
WANTED Womai to do family
washing at the residence once a
week. 'Phone to Red 22.
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST A valuable terrier. Finder
notify J. H. Watson.
Excelelnt Health Advice.
Mrs. M. M. Davison of No. 179 Glf
ford Ave., San Jose, Cal., says: "The
worth of Electric Bitters as a general
family remedy, for headache, bilious
ness and torpor of the liver and bow
els , is so proncunced that I am
prompted to say a word In Its favor,
for the benefit of those seeking relief
from such afflictions. There Is more
health for the digestive organls in a
bottle of Electric Bitters than in any
other -medy I know of." Bold under
guarantee at Newlin's drug store. tOc.
Stlnmlatioa Without Irritation.
In case of stomach and liver trou
ble the proper treatment is to stimu
late these organs without Irritating
them. Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup
aids digestion and stimulates the liver
and bowels without irritating these
organs like pills or ordinary cathar
tics. It does nt nauseate or gripe
and Is mild and pieawant to take. A.
T. Hill, druggist.
'All kinds of Cement and
No contract too large or
FOR SALS. -
FOR SALE -Two to four
uuuruau property, well ; imn.,
JPhoneBlack 1532, or ' see E
Kammerer,' 2004 Adams avenue.
. - FOR SALE.
Twenty-two empty five-gallon ott
cans for sale at this office. ' Five cent
For Sale. ' .
Tesm of heavy young, welt broks
horses. Harness and wagon. Inquir,
at the Dollar second-hand store, lnj
FOR SALE OR TRADE -Will seuTr
trade for smaller property, six rooia
house with bath, store room and cel
lar; good woodshed; lota 12J fwt
frontage and 110 feet deep;' room
for another house. Will accept par
tial payment. Inquire at this office.
FOR SALE Cheap land.
Offers collegiate courses in AgrU
culture, including Agronomy, Horti
culture, Animal . Husbandry, Dairy
HusbanJry, etc.; Forestry, Domeatle
Science and Art; Civil, Electrical, M.
chanlcal and Mining Engineering;
Offers elementary courses in Agri
culture, Forestry, Domestic Science
and Art, Commerce and Mechanic
Arts, Including forge work, cabinet
making, steam fitting, plumbing, ma
chine work, etc. ;
Strong .faculty, modern equipment;
free tuition; opens September 25.
Illustrated catalogue with full tutor
matmn' on application to the Regis
trar, free. d&wS-ltt
Departure of Trains at
No. 1, westbound Portland Special,
arrives 9:25 a. m. departs, 9:30 a. m. -I
No. 6, eastbound passenger, maO
end express, arrives at 6:45 a, m.; de-
parts 6:60 a. m.
No. 2, eastbound Chicago ByecUl.
arrives 1:05 p. m.; departs, 8:10 p. m
No. 5, westbound passenger, mslt
and express, arrives 9:65 p. m.; d
parts, 10 p. m.
Elgin Branch. '
Regular mixed train leaves L.
Graifde at 8 o'clock and returns st l
o'clock p. m. The logging trala
leaves La Grande at 12:20 p. m. and
returns at 7:45 p. m.
H. KFJENEY, Agent
La Grsnde, Oregon.
.Many pheasants are being illegally
killed around Corvallis.
Stllltho cry Is in many Oregon town
Wanted Houses io rent
! SCHOOLof MUSIC r
e btuaio at iuo ureenwoou e
St. one door south of
?.: PROf. DAY, Principal
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