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La Grande Professional
0. 1 BiaaBBfl, M. IV
nuraktea aad Urnn.
' Btfioe. Lewie Building, ear Hoary
A. CUT Uadertaklng Farlore,
Edfloa Theae Black tltll T;
Reeldenc -Phone Red ttOLJ
. Phyeiciaa aad rgoa.
CSSlee la New Bulk Building.
MS. Tkiw Realdo,
- II; Offio, Mala f I.
DJt. A. L. BICBARDSOW.
rkratota an tout. .
Offloa avar HWa Dn Stora,V -
Ctflee "Phone BeetSeaca Mala
" It. MOUTOR, M. Dh
' "nrateaM aa4 Sargeoa. ,
: Corner Adama Ave, and Depot It'
Bfo Vat K Raaldeew Mala- CI
"' BACON At HALL,
:':;',s: ' -TksaotjiA'im4 gWjuiaaa., - r
CSaaa ft. A Oraada National Baak
Building. 'Phone Mala 11.'
A 9. Baeea. Resldenco, Kala IB.
If. K. Ball, Residence, Mala .
txa. " a. atooRB .. r
OB. SCP. ICOOBB
.' - OoteopaOikvFfcyeeolaae,
Etekrvllle Graduates Under Fouadar.
Offloa ImniMr Building. i
raoae: Offloa Mala II; Baa Mala .
C. H. TOTOW, PH. 0H at. D, . .
: -. Physician and Surgeon. 4 1 ': "
Special attention siren to Bra. Bar,
Nose and Throat
Offloa In La 3ande National Bank
" - " Butidinc. :'
Thense -Office, Main I; Baaldenee,
'Main II.: -7' .
, DR. P. A. CHARLTON,
Offloalat Hlll'a Drug 8tora, La Orand
Realdanca 'Phone Bad TOX.
Offloa 'Phone Black lilt. '.:
. Indercndent 'Phone II.
Both 'phones at reildence.
DR. W. H. RILEY
Graduate Ohio State University.
Vaccination, Dentistry and 8urgery
ef all kind. Country calla promptly
anewered. ; '
Office 14U Adama Avenue.
Phones: Pacific Black IDOL
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1 7 Days Sale
On account of too larc a stock of watches ue will
Ive the following price for 7 days only:
WALTHAM or ELG!, GENTS SIZE IN SOUVENIR
CASE V - - $5.25
WALTHAM or ELGIN GENTS SIZE IN 20 YEARS
GOLD CASE - - $ll.75
WALTHAM or ELGIN LADIES SIZE IN 20 YEARS
GOLD CASE r - - $12.75
i! IF YOU HAVE A BROKEN WATCH WE
; : WILL GUARANTEE TO MAKE IT RUN ii
SIEGRIST & C O-1
Complex equipment for resetting and repairing
rubber buggy tires.
LA GRANOE IRON WORKS
D. PTnOERALA Propriotor , .
Gueapltie Machioc Shops sad Foundry
i in .,n I i i i .. .' t ' ii .
. a B. OATTTHOBN,
OMca aver HUl'a Drue StoraJ
La Oraide - . Oragan.
JT. -CL -PRICBt A. Hf. B
Room II, La Qraad NatJoaaf Baak
', BttQdlo.r.'Phaaa. jBUek.'tML" '
PROF. S. PORTER BAT. FrWclpaL
La Otaada School a Mastc.
Bra.'- Day. assistant :,; Behaol; It!
Green voad Ave, eaa dar south ef,
Adama Ave, Thoae Black 1M1.
Utaa STELLA OUVBR,
TeactMi) of PUaaaaal Haraaoay.
' Studla at residence of Turner Oliver,
corner Fourth and O arenua.
CItO. Mlnlag. Irrlgasloai rantaearlai
Bftfiaaiaav' ataai and saaciacatJoaa.
Offloa la BohAMkaaap BoUdtag; , ,
la Oraada Ovagat
b. R. THORNTON.
' AKtattaot aad Eagtaaar.
urveying, CtfD and Structural- Bftgl-
Twaaty Tears Experlenoe.
Office 1107 Adams avenue. 'Phones:
Pacific, Mala 1. Home Independent
V: ". No. i. : .
Chaa. B. Cociuraa Geo. P. Coctita
: Attoraoya.' '
La Oraada National Bank Building.
La Grande A . - Oregoa
R. H. LLOYD.
Attorney at Law.
Practice In all the courts of the Bute
and United States.
Elgin - Oregoa
C. H. CRAWIXRD,
Attorney at Law.
Practices In all the courts oi the State
and United States.
Office In La Grande National Bank
Building, La Grande, Oregon.
MR8. GRACE McALISTER.
Teacher and Manager.
Telephone Farmers 197C.'
on Watches j
f" . '. BOOK BKVfElT.
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Last week the Saturday Evening
Post contained the opening chapter
of a atory by Robert W. Chambers.
The story Is finished this week. The
ending, of course. Is Just what every
body expected It to be. We mention
the' story only because the thread on
which It hangs la so slender ethereal
so to speak. But both Installments,
In which a girl, a man and a cat n
'ura. are amusing. .-A ..;'.'.'-.1,..""
eoliler's for two weeks In succes-
sKn, has published a ItMl prise atory,
both of especial Interest to the news
paper fraternity. Tha ' first one, la
the November 7 number, la not re
remarkable, being a slender clua. based
ea tha usual subject of a -aaffUag
mystery,' 'dad a aharp 'reports wfto
makes a big "scoop.' Reporters have
at times been suspected of making big
stories out . of nothing 'at all. In the
eurreat number of Collier's however,
tha price story Is full of heart Inter
est; and arell worth enes while. This
periodical, by tha way, aspires to be
tha 'Natloaal Weekly," aad may fair.
ly lay claim- to the title, at least In
comparison with any other publica
tion. Thie week they cover cults a
range of subjects, from editorial dls
crassten of the plague measures thkefl
by San Franclaco", to articles on the
work of Dr. Parkhurst.of New York,
and John D. Rockefeller of tha same
town. , Mr. . Rockefeller ie trying to
counteract tha . evil Impressions that
hava gone out against him during his
somewhat long and very active money
rEXDtxrtxrs cets depot.
Sister City Secare Idea Of What Now
8 tract are la to Bo Like.
Pendleton gets a new $24, 000 depot.
according to the announcement made
by Vice-President and General Man
ager JT-P. O'Brien of the O. R. AN.,
to a committee of representative busi
ness' men here this morning. : In addi
tion, if satisfactory' arrangements can
be made by the company, a change In
the location of the round house . and
other yard equipment will make a to
tal expenditure of $45,000 iri the lo
cal yards, says the Pendleton East Or
egonlan. Mr. O'Brien's announcement was re
ceived wtth-welcome by the local com
mittee, consisting of President Alex
ander of the Commercial club, and
Messrs. Leon Cohen,' C. E. Roosevelt.
Thomas Taylor," O. M. ' Rfce, M. B.
Owlnn, William L. Thompson, Will
Moore and Louis Hunzlker. The rail
road officials were assured of everj
possible help upon the part of Pen
dleton. The building planned Is of a type ol
architecture common enough among
stations, but will be a little gem In Its
construction and appointments. It
will be constructed of concrete block,
with wide projecting caves, and a roof
projection at cither end. The roof pf
the building will be of slate. Under
will lie plnccd, and these will become
popular waiting places -v when the
wenther will permit. Low dormer?
will project from the roof on either
IlEMEMBEIt Mitt IU I,IX(i,
Important Tliat !H(;lt Slitpments
Must Ik" Plainly AiUlretwed.
Shippers of La Grande should bear
In bind. In connection with the recent
ruling as to writing the address on all
freight shipments In full and without
signs, that non-compliance with thjls
requirement will mean an Increase In
rates. In other words, a consignment
of freight destined to Portland, and
hearing only the Initials of the party
to whom addressed, will be shipped
safely, but at the rate of the class next
above IL This ruling took effect some
time ago. but haa not been very widely
explained. Shippers should bear the
rule In mind and avoid paying higher
rates than necessary.
ABOUT HALF FINISHED.
Work on Prrry Road la About
i . Cteeopteted Today.
Extavatlon on the new mad below
Perry Is progressing rspldly, about
half of the work being finished. The
first bridge effected by the charges
will bo torn down this week, and a
temporary affair provided. When the
proper time cornea, the river win be
diverted Into Ita new channel and the
Second bridge to disappear by the
changea, will be taken down and used
la the construction of riprap.
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MOTION PICTURES AND
Tha Girt I Loft Behind Me.
MDear OI4 Iowa."
'The' jsai'omo Daac.
, Th Bloodstone,:
DOORS OPEN At T t. aL- .: w
Ldle aoilvaair matUafti 4
Wednesday; i o'clock.
Children's J nsatlnea Satnr.'
day, o'clock. - w
: 3. A- GABDCUER, ,
Proprietor aad Manager.
HIttH CLASS VACDBVILtlB
. ;i ' and
LATEST MOTINO PICTTOES.
vChaaga Prograai Mondays,' 4
vrodnttodaya aad Fridturs. A
"The Tale the Chnr-h Bril Told.
By Mtsa Helen Uruudoa.
Out of Wof!c
Artistic Woo-1 Carver.
Miss Helen Brandon, song and
dance act. -
. The Little Conjurer.
The Moon Lovers Dream.
Blanch Bishop, "The Hot Ta
male Girl." '
Matinee prices as usual.
Matinees: Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday afternoons at t:J0
' Children under IS years of
age to at matinees.
1'iibllc Stenographer and Typewriter.
At Williamson Orfk-e.
1V.9 Foley Block.
Residence 'Phone Black 502 or Red
Kpci-lal Election to Approve Charter
Notice Is' hereby- given that on
Tuesday, the 24th day of November.
1908, a special election will .be held
of the voters of the City of La Grande,
t'nlon county. Oregon, and that the
polls will. be open from the hour of 9
'clock a. m., until the hour of five
'clock p. m., of said day.
Said election is called by order of
the Council of the City of La Grande
for the purpose of proposing and sub
mitting to the people of the City of
La Grande the approval and adoption
of certain amendments to the charter
of the -city of La Grande as shown by
the proposed charter heretofore ap
oroved by the council of the City of
la Orande bv ordinance No. S. Ser
ies 1908. and filed with, and in the
office of the recorder of the city of
La Grande, on the. 10th day of Sep
tember, 1901. - -
The approval of these amendments
by the people of tha city of La
Orande will be submitted to 'Be vot
ers on the following proposition:
Shall the City of La Grande amend
Ita charter and approve the amend
ments ta the city charter, and the new
city charter proposed and aubmltted
by the council to the people of the city
of La Grande?
The following are the polling places.
Judges and clerka of the several
wards designated aad appointed by
the counoll: i
First Ward, City Hall Judges: 3:
P. Clark. E. C. Davis and Frank Ell
Patrick. Clerka: William Miller aad
Arthur Crutte. ,
Second Ward. Council Chamber-
Judges: Peter Kuhn, F. 8. Bramwell
and George Ball. Clerks: H. E. Cool
tdae aad A. W. Nelson.
Third Ward. Building west of
judge Ramseye residence on Pens,
avenue Judges: C C Peniagton. B.
W. G randy and John Catea. Clerka:
C. K. VhrpUlat asd A. C. WUUaais.
Fourth Ward. Harris Hall Judges:
Bernard Logsden. X K. Fowler and
John ShMk. Clerks: C J. Tender
poet and Warren P. Noble.
Ia witness whereof I have hereunto
attached my hand and affixed the seal
of my office, this I9ta day of Septem
(U 8.) D. B. OOX.
Recorder t Ue City of La Oraada.
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Your want is ptaoad befora a thousand or mora want-seekere
asory day Can jou afford to ipand ana cent par .word of your
want ad where results are tha keyootae?
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FOR BSNTBHek buUdlng. Itxtfh a
Elm : street Xne.Ulre of A. C. Hu4b
POR RENT ce room;
aaV Ajtpir ta. Bee,. Ooodt proprlO;
OX VBS www
FOR BJCNTW-rrvo-rotn7i house, in
Adams are; four Kecks from Fir
St. ,11 per aohth. 'phone Black
) For sale , tract of lead totaling lit
acre, i One hundred acres under culti
tivatlpa A lltea restaurant and t.
er gaad Improvements; spring- ratr
enough for Souse and bams; creek.
aoraas one ta--au ior. iirv cum. uow
Cated six miles from town en R. F, D.
rigira ft dut for yourself. ,. Wrtta to
Indian TalUy Realty dempaoy, Elgin.
the flrar, that suada for a a4uare deaL
' WHT NOT TRT
- ' 'MPbar -'
, ASTHMA RXMKBT?
CHrea prompt and pasjtlve relief la
ewtry ease. Sold by drugglste. Price
ft.dd. Trial package by man to
' i casta.
troianu ktff . Coi, PrOfM. ' .
k CieveJaad. O.
, ; ror'eale by ' -.' ; ',
A. T. BILL. Droggtat
, 'Phone and we will do
your wood aawlng very
promptly, and at prices
' you can afford to pay. We
are always ready. .
'Phone, Black 1561.
Tuesday, November 2, black male
hunting dog (pointer) white breast;
carrying black leather collar with
large ring. Finder please notify E.
9ebbelov. Both 'phones. 4-St
In case of stomach and 1lver trou
ble the proper treatment Is to stimu
late these organs without Irritating
them. Orino Laxative Fruit; Syrup
alii- digestion end stimulates the liver
and bowelp Without v irritating these
irgans like pills or ordinary cathar
tics. It does n"t nauseate or gripe
and is mild and pleawant to take. A
T. Hill, druggist. v
will you have for dinner today? Tou
may answer this question satisfactori
ly by dining at
THE MODEL REST A CRAXT
Tbo Old Standby.
Our cooKing ts a paragon of per
fection, our food faultless, and our
service rapid and courteous. What
more eaa we say, except that ear
prices are popular? We give a regu
lar dinner for IB eeata.
Come aad try It Toa will act need
the eeaee ef hunger to eaey It, ; ?..';? .
The Model Restaurant
Open Day wfl Cf)
And Night Mea' Twlreta tor,'4' U
Taalm. -: ,
B. K. Francis, profwastonal piano
tuner lore a few days. Orders re
oetred at gmfth'a rooming house.
FOR SALE- Two to four ' aerea of
.stthu'rba property. weH Improved.
PbeaeBlack H2, or eaa B. W.
Kmreri t04 Adams arehue. ;
FOR SALEr-CAeaa land.' Iaulre at
'-aoglur1 factory..-; , ,'.-.-.-;...--' , '.
" i i i m i i ' s
fFOR SALETwo asllck : cew. . one
trfsh. Jersey calf t days old: other
Durham, giving I ' gaAoaa. Iagulro
of UTra; Chillers; Island City.
; ; : , :; rer Bala." '''.
Thoroughbred white Leghorn, single
tomb cock " All pure breeding stock.
Inquire ef F-. B. Houstea.Bex. 40, La
Orande, Ora... " " .
sji aii. s "
FOB 8ALB OR TRADES Will gelt or
exchange for good team, . a fine
Coach etallloa. age 7 years; weight
KM pounds: Cka be eeea at Klrt-
ley barn, ta Grande. M-.'X. Seiby. '
FOR 9ALE--eaian house gad a UOxv
tlO-foot lot Buy from owher and '
"save commlssloner'o foe.' Iatulrd of ;
X, Rachant, Cherry atreeL .
FOR BALE Four good freak milch
. cows. ' Inquire of Blue Mountain
Creamery, Union, Oregoa. ' k , v
).. I i . 1 1 J.. , .JL li Sgg-
..... ... For Sale.
-. Cabbage for Kraut. :, "Phone
orders now. - 'Phone red 1701.
.. Land for Bale.
40 acres of fruit, garden or alfalfa
land for aale cheap If taken soon. C.
D. Huffman, R. F. D. 2, La Grande.
' Cortallls, Oregon.
' Offera collegiate coureea la Agri
culture, Including Agronomy, Horti
culture, Animal Husbandry, Dairy
Husbandry, etc.; Forestry, Domestic
Science and Art; Civil, Electrical, Me
chanical and Mining Engineering;
Commerce; Pharmacy. ' '
Offers elementary courses la Agri
culture, Forestry, Domestic Science
and Art, Commerce and Mechanic
Arts, Including forge work, - cabinet
making, steam fitting, plumbing, ma-'
chine work, ate. j
Strong faculty, modern equipment; ;
free tuition; opena September 25. f
Illustrated catalogue with full In for-!
matlun on application to the Regis-
trar, free. .j dw8-ltf
V La Grande.
- No. 1, westbound Portland Special,
arrives 9:25 a. m.; departa, 9:t0 a. on.
No. I, eaatbouad passenger, man
and express, arrives at 0:45 a. m.; de
parta :! a. ra.
No. S, eaatbouad Chicago SpoclaL
arrtvee 1:01 p. ra.; departa, 1:10 pta.
No. I, westbouad paeeeager,
aad expreee. arrlvae 0:11 p.
parte, 10 p. m.
Regular mixed train loaves I
Oraada at I o'clock aad returae at
a clock p. m. The logging tr
leavoe La Oraada at II: JO p. aa. at
returae at T:4J p. aa. . I
J. H. BJCKaiCg.
La Ore ado.
Batter Thaa epaaktag.
i Spanking doea not euro chlldra
bed-wetttng. There la a constltatl;
al causa for .tale trouble. Mra i
Summer. Box W. Notre Demo, Ii
wta eoad fro to aay mother her t
eeeaful tnotructlon. Bead no mot
but writ her today If your child
trouble In tma way. Doat bu
tha child, tha aaaecoa are It c
help R. This treatmoat ale e
adulta and aged peeplo troabled
artne atmcattSea ay day or afgt
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