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13 acres adjoining (own. can be irrigated,
y , ' :j,;, Wee. for cash, upon application.
U,crei near Cove, all fenced, -good outside :
' range, 160 acres' line jot fruit or grain, , well
watered. Fine place for horse ranch.
- i; . Price upon application
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jCa Srdndc Snvestmont Co.
Foley notel Building
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WLA GRANDE LIGHT AND POWER CO.
and secure an
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Bates and. all prices
will be explained at
A Fearful Fate
It Is a fearful fate to have to endnre
tbe terrible torture of Piles. "I can
truthfully say," writes Uarry Col son,
of Maaonville, la , "that for Blind,
Meeting, ltohing and Protruding
Pilei , liucklen's Arnica Salve, ia tbe
beet cure made," Alio best lor cut,
burns and in juries. ' 25o atjNewlin
Drug Co , druggists.
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NOW 25 GENTS PER POfcIND
; Blue; Mpuntain Creamery Coippany
Vnil Ctar Any Case of KIDNEY or BLADDER DISEASE
La Grande. Oregon
LAU N D R Y I
' . Should come to our lundry J
when in vi
Vv; - . f fr f ' . : ;; 'v.
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oi anjiamg irom a pieasauf ;
eniile to clean linen - -i . S
I rF RIGHT
In Mad Chase
' Millions rush In mad chasa after
health,' from one extreme of f add ism
to another, when, if they would only
eat good food, and keep their bo we I e
regular with Dr. King' New Ufa Pills,
their troubles would all pass away.
Prompt relief SDd quick onre for liver
and stomach trouble. 25o at Newlin
Drug Co., drug store; guaranteed.
4u uvuiiu &eu &voacxi ox nmxictXkm x -
Tba fnneral at Mr Reynolds which
oooared Bandar morning from the
Central oh arch wm on of the largest
ever held la thi vicinity. A few mo-i
menU before eleven the Inneral cor
tege entered Adam avenue and upon
reaching the Mtsooio temple wee
preeeeded by the membeie of the Kut-
ern Star who acted ae escort to the
ohorob. The pall bearer, member, of
the Maeonie order, were W Q Bohaen
kamp, Mao Wood, A O WUUama, E
SUplee, Fred Oeible and J H Berry.
Henry and Carr faneral director. -
Setr King more eloquently than
word eoold expreea the sterling quali
ties of the deceased, purposely refiain
d from allndiog to her life,' giving ae
hi reaeon that she wae' bora thirty
eight yeara ago near the present borne
and the audience, the majority of
whom knew bet intimately, : knew
how generous, indalgeot and sell-
eaorifloing the was. A true friend and
neighbor whose entire life was for the
ophnlldiog of the home and the ooaa
ty . It wae one of the saddest of fune
rals. Jojt at the age when iteeemed
the home nee Jed Just snob a1 mother,
sbe was oilled away.' Bnt we dare not
queetion the act of our Creator' who
doetb all thing well, and the bereaved
ones know that in their irreparable
leas, they have the deepest sympathy
of many friend. ,; ,W.,,J;
Grande Ronde Mines
Mr Nepple, superintedent of the
Muir mine is in the city. ' Tbe , new
company is just v Anlshini . deliverlne
a ear load of ore 1 to' Hilgard ' which
will be aent to Omba. A' force of
even men are employed and it i ex
peeted thi number will be soou in
ereaed.. .',,' i '
UrUIh, who for . a number ; of
years' has been working a mine up the
river is now working his Hteaament
on the same..; .'. , '.. tJ '
J L Corbett is continuing his work
on the Boyal. He has unbounded
faith in the Grande Roods river mine
and hie steady work for the past ; fif
teen year speak for hi faith. ' t
Oyer twenty five men are employed
on the Oarton placer. ' The new'pom
pany have just completed ' iheir j hew
pipe line and eoon a big eeven inch
giant will be playing against one of
tbe beit pay bank In the etate. Mana
ger James B. Elmendorf certainly
nnder.tandt hi business ? '
o Married w r
REED WATKER At the retidenoa
of John D Bead in the Old Town,
Sunday, June 25, 1905, at high noon,
Mr, John D Eeed, . Jr , and Mis
Trtssa Walker, both of Union county,
Rev. J Kranklin Day. pastor of tb
Baptist church, officiating.
Mr. and Mrs. Reed are both highly
respected yonng people of La Grande
and vicinity and have many friends to
join in congratulating them .' They
will reside for the present . on .Mr.
Roed'a ranch wei nf town. t .
SMITH WALKER In tbi city
Sunday June25 Mr K W Smith and
Mi Ell Walker were united in
marriage, 0 H King performing tbe
ceremony The yonng people will
probably make their home at ' Pe.ry
for tbe pres.nt, a tbe groom is ; w rk
for the Grsnde Ronde Lumber Co.
Card of Thanks
To the members of tbe local lodge
of Elk and all who attended tbe ball
game played by them Thnrsdav for
the benefit of Paul Lederle, to all who
have assisted me so kindly einoe bi
recent misfortune, I iib to tender
my linoere and heartfelt thank.
MIS8 PAULINE LEDERLE
FOR HALE OR RENT Seven roomed
houee corner Adams Avenue and Oek.'
Inquire of R P Talt or phone 1413.
FOR SALE One silver pi ated B flat
Cornet, in first eiass condition. Will
sell at once as party is going to leave
the oity. Apply for Information at
ths Observer office. June 80
Deep tearing or wrenohlng palne,
occaaaloned br sutttnir mt fhrnn.k
m- n .
woraa avhB aa mat n HmS mn inn
- avww. w mmww M-WT U K
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u iioiDB ana in coia or aimp weatn
er, le cureu qnioaiv oy tsaiiarb's Know
mhibi'bi. vscar uieaon, uioaon uit1
Illinois, Feb 16, 1902: A year ago '
was troahlMl with nalli ! m hank
It soon got so bad I could not bend
over. On bottle of Ballard a Snow
LJnims..t enred ma " 25c, 60, 11.00.
state of siege
Called at lodz
(By Sorlpps News AsaociaUon i
Lodj.PorUsed Jan 36 Thi citv
this morning preeented the appear
anea ot an armed camp. The troop
hold the atreet and no citizen la al
lowed to leave his house without a
permit. A state of seise bse been
declared and all the store are closed.
ESTIMATE Of CASUALTIES '
The casualties dnrlnar the riots ' la
today estimated at Ova hundred and
sixty one killed and seven hundred
wounded many ot them seriously.
uenerai oonuiuewort , who has been
placed in command of the ' troops, da
Clare order.nas been restored. -
, 8 U Gilkenson, ei-oouoty recorder
baa purohaeed, Howard' interest in
the Horth Powder flouring mill and
has assumed tbe management of tbe
same. .; ,
u Ticket for the lecture by JV
Coombs Tuesday evening nay be se
cured at tba folk wing place. Sel ler's
candy store, Coffey's barber shop,
Tboroe's grocery and Monro' gro
cery. ...!!4? ,!."...". .
9 aii Ml
DEPART ttmeBokedul 1 : raou
CBAJioa, OR rRUM 1
No BMike. Denver, Ft Not
. I:s0p m Worth, Omaaa, kaa- iMaaa
. No 6 aaa City, 8t Loala, UUi- No j
M a. SB. oao aud kaat. tdOpm
; , MOI , ' ...
, PotUand. Dalka. . . .
dleton. Walla Valla, v
. UayU)n, Pomaror. CoJ- 1,01
... aoribi vietfpokas , . ' . i .
PortUad. Dallas, Vn. ' 7
dleton. Umatilla, Wal- 1
aoS lola, Lawiston, 0lfai, No
. . Moscow, Wall, War
Si p. m. oar, Hpokan and other 6;30m
.... poluta eaat and aonb .,,
vla Spokane , " ."
Ho.BJ Island City,' Alical, Im-
Oallrex- bier and Con- HoSl
ceit t iloaa at Klgin w'th
Baadar at tor pouita ia Wal- ipaa
Urcan Hleameis between Portland and
Ban Vraneiaoe ararr Sre d tya.
. MfMinB. A mm
WILL E SATISFIE
If your tickets trad over the Deliver
and KtoUiamie Railroad, t.ie "Bcealo
Line ol tbe world"
I'bere are so many scenln att -arl -n and
points of interest along Ihi ' is
iween ORdenaod Denwr tiat ilu tilp
. never beoontes Ureaome
If yon are coins east, write for .ifnr-
mauon ana aei a prouy DOJk.tlutt Will
ten 70a au auout n
W C McBRIDE, Agent,
- . 124 Third St,
Torture of a Preacher
Tba story of tba torture of Rev. O D
Moore, pastor of the Baptist church, of
Harpersville, N Y., will inteieot you.
Ha eays: "I suhred agonies, beoaue
of a persistent oou?h, resulting from
the grip. 1 bad to e!eep eitUng no in
bed. 1 tried many remedlee, without
relief, until I took Dr. King's New dis
covery for Consumption Coughs and
Uolds, whioh entirely cured my oongh
and saved ma from consumption." A
grand curs for dlaeaeed condition of
Throat and flange. At Newlin Drng
Co., druggists: price 60o and tl,
guaranteed Trial bottle free.
Cures Old Sores
Westmore'and Kan, May 5, 1902.
Ballard Snow Liniment Co: Your
Snow Liniment cured an old lore on
the side of my ohin that was supposed
to be a cancer. The sore wss atobborn
and wonld not yield to treatment,
nntll 1 tried 8now Liniment, which
did tbe work in short order. My
sister. Mrs Sophie J Carson, Aliens
villa Miffln Co. Pa; has a sore and
mistrust that it is a eanoer. Plea
sedd ner a BOo bottle.
In the blood causes Rhe, .
Neuralgia .nd Onut. You
r can remove l!)e cause b
wearing one of our ,
X, PUT! iritAiIO
KjnulviurfJ by tti V- Pbnmau-,
kintf Co., Maillot J. Cuiuwctuitl
Pricc $2.00 note a
J. R. SMITH,
DR. A. L RICHARDSON,
Physidan and Sureoa
Ofle over HlU'sDmg Store. '
Offlrt raon 1A4 Waatdaaes Fao W
N. MOLITOR. M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON J
Oornev AjUbu tbim and Depot Bt. :
OfllesFbonetas Beatdaoe FaoBa 6S1
PHYSICIAN AND j SURGEON ;
Fhaoe.TU i '. m
LtmU tmlldlnc, opposite Sotamar Howas '
OffloaHoura, t to i,Ttot
YS I CI AM 3 AND SURGEONS.
Offle tm roley buUdlng, Phoa UU. ; . i
C. T. Baeoa, Baaldanoe Pbone lla , -'
St. K. UaJIJJestdcaet S13I
DKS. B1GGERS & BIGGERS
Physicians and Surgeons !
OWBIaen, M. D, Oao, U Blovrs, at. D
- Tsiepbonas t . .
Qraoa" Kalstoa Bulldln ovar J. u. b..
Store. 'Raaldenoe on Madlaon AVa. aaoond
ooor wca of former retldanea, Or. G. W. BlQcn
ProfetiMMiat ealU pfomptly atteaded to
, - dayoralfc-Bb'
REAVIS .BROS. ! 'xj
DENTISTS." ' !
Onlos Phone H
Baaldenes Phoae 117
C. B. Cauthorn
; DENTIST -
Offla Over Hilt Drus? 8tore
v - R. L.. LINCOLN ..
.M-:.-. DENTIST I
Up stain, Coc Adams areouc and Depot HW
' ' v . ' Phone s . " -
Dr. F A CHARLTON
VETERINARY ; SURGEON.
Office at A T mil's Drug Btore
La urande, Uregon fbone 1361
Residence phone 701 C. ' "
Farmers' line 68
DR. W. T. DDWNE3
Leave order at Red
Cross Drug store
. BasldeneeCor '
" 6th and I t :
Thirty flv rears experience, beat of rstsrsnoe
' . lUmlfbad ., ,..(.- '
CKAWF0RD & CRAWFORD
Lk O BANDS, OBKQOK
Offiee la Poley balMing... ' ,f '
J. W KN0WLES-
Attorney nd Counsellor
.. At Law ,.! ,
Offios ia RaJston Balldlns
Phone 126 ; La Grande Or.
H. T.Wllllnma ' A. C. WUllams
QHloa In Balston Batldlnc , j,
Pbone 1O5II , La Grande, Or.
Pain may go by the name of rheuma
tism, neuralgia, Inmbairo. olenrsv.
No matter what name tba pains are
called, Hollister's Bock Mountain
Tee will drive them awav. . 35 nanti.
Tea or Tablets. Nlln Drng Co ' J' :
KAQLRB La Urmnde Airie iuFOK meets
very Hund.y night U K ol F lull t I a
VlsiUat brathern Invited to attend,
J. A. MaloU, W. P. 1. K. Follock, W. S.
tOO F L Grande Lodge, Me t6 meeia
ikeir ball every Baturdarnlnht. VltlUiif Ditrn
iari eordiallv Invited laatteod. . ' "
Vemterv pint can be aeen at oQioe of City
Reoorder. : ,
- - G' W. Bobertson, K
H.B. Coolidf e, Beo.
STAB KNCAMPMENT No 81, I. O. O. t.
etaerervSrat and third Tburadars in tbe
mooth la Odd Fellow hall. Vieltio- paid
rahs alwaya weloome I. B Snook, C V,
Udmoad HoMnson. Scribe
BaSTEBH STAB OEM Hope Chapter Mo
U meeta tlie atoond and Ibartb Wednesday U
ch month at fM p m In Maiome Temple
. lartteaidrloU,WM ,
eiarjr A Waraiek, Bee - -
' V '. '
M. W.A. La Grande Oamp o. 7701 mens
every flrat and Ulrd Wednesday of the
month at L O. O. V. Hall. All vlalting nelrh
bors are cordially Invited 10 attend.
.. .. .. K.ki.lenl,V.C.
John Hall, CUrk.
rOREHTKRH: OF AM EKICA Oonrt Maid
S mu eaeh Thurtday alhtln
KoIPaall. Urothere an loylUd to atteiTd.
X 8 TUlson, Chief turn.
Williams, Kin. 8.
Board ofTrasteee TW.O L Blftara. Jeao. Watt
and Herbert Fatueon 'u
CpaipteU M mini apt of j "'
. WINES, LIQUORS : if
CIGARS . I
Cold lunches and HiieJ. d;kVa
; k specialty. Fair and iat partial
treatmsnt to all, Yon . are In-
.vlted to call and get acquainted f
WINES, r LI0U0IIS V
'Finest collections 'of staffed l-1;
animals on the'.' Tacifio i
Coast; ba. ,l-l.Jtrr r.-4 . ?
Blue Front Saloon
:, E. TH0RS0N, Proprietor,
'4 Tftw. , .-' '.' '' ' f..
' Imported 'nnd domestic
-v v wm iuuvu aut uuurfl
ieflersoa Artnue Opposite Depot
unit f i
' ..ee.ee.ee.: i.e,
J-k.,kt ...a Lfm j. a
Palaco' Saloga :
CHAS, ANDERSON, Prop.
Alway on hand dj
a -u ,L. i, h
JeflbreoaATsnae v . s , 0ppoeUf pepot
r ...... .
cnKUt WKiurrr, Prop.
3t 1 AMlLmM .turn. W.t..-..'
I""'' V ftr Street -":'':'1-6 ;
Lunches are "our 8pe?tjtltyf
emf e a
m . f .... ; a :V
i j And the best - bfaade ot
Always on hand '
atlxeut drhtks a Specialty lvAsk and
see If you don't get iL Tbia la a con-'
Women's isaort and wlU be ran as sueh
. , North Fit; Street;
Many children Inherit eonatltmi
weak and (eebts, iotbera doe to oh
hood troubles. Holllstera Bo
Mountain Tea will poatlvelv 4
children and make ) th.m'
oents,Tea or Tablet. Newlin t i