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DR. A. L. RICHARDSON,
Physician and Surgeon.
Cflioe otct Hill's Drog Slot.
Offlc Pbooe 18o4 Residence Phone SU
cluck m. d.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Corner A da mi avenne and Depot 8b
Office Phone VA Residence Phone 681
PHYSICIAN AND J SURGEON
IieU belldlnj, opposite Bommer Hons
Office Bonn, 1 to i, 7 to I
BACON & HALL,
YSICIANS AND SURGEONS
Offlee la Foley building, phone UBL
0. T. Bacon, Besidenos Phone 119
It. K. Halt, eetdiaoe 2121
DBS. BIGGERS & BIGGERS
Physicians and Surgeons
O W Blggert, If. D. Geo, U Blggers, If. D
OffloalSU Keeldenoe 1681
Qffloa Ralston Building over i. M. Berry's
Store. EMlrtenee on Madison AVe. aeoond
door Wert of former residence. Or. a W.Blggm
La GRANDS - OREGON
Prof eo nil ealle promptly atteaded to
day or night.
Office Phone 51
Besldaoee pboae UT
C. B. Cautiioi'-n -'
Oflo Over Hill Drug! Btor
- U Grande, Oregon
Op stairs, Cot Adam areuua and Depot Ht,
; Phone 4 '
Dr. F A CHARLTON
Office at A T Hill'a Drug Store
La Grande, Oregon Phone 1361
' Residence phone red 701
Farmers' line 58
DR. W. T. D3WNE3.
VKTKRINARY BURGEON AND
Leave order at Red
Croat Drug store
6th and I it
Thirty flv years experience, beat of reference
CRAWFORD & CRAWFORD
LA GRANDE, OREGON
dice In Foley building.
J, W KNOWLES
Attorney and Counsellor
Office in Ralalon Building
PhoualM La Grande Or.
B. T. Williams a. C. Williams
QfBo. In Ralston Building
Phone 1O5S 1 La Grande, Or.
Civil. Mining, Irrigation Engineering and
Ftlimittfe, 1'Iuuh, Hiid bpvvlacatlunii.
Offloo lUUAdums Avenue, wltliJohnEUough
LA UHANUK, OUKliON
H.AI.. l,h.S -lji KntUueAint) t K O h meet
very .-iui.im' DIKhllu K ol f lull t I ;i in
Vututu orvtuoiu luvited to miou,
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La Grande Evening Observer
Currey Bros., Ed's and Prop.
Published daily except Sunday
Wednseday. Augusts 1905.
Entered at the Post Office at La
Grande, Oregon, as Second Class
One year in advance $6 50
Six months in advance... .3 50
Per month 65c
Single copy 5c
Display Ad rate tarnished npon application
Local reading notice 10c per line first nser
tlon, e per line for each sutweqnenl Inner-
ReaoluUoni of condolence, 5c per line.
Card of thanks, 6c per Una.
LABOR IN GERMANY
Sombart, N in the
university of Breslao,
which has a library of 300,000
volumes and stands among the
greatest schools of the age, in a
recent article published in one
of the leading magazines in the
east, comparinr the condition of
laborers in Germany with those
in the United States says: "In
New York worlmen are better
and mora cheailv hotiaarl than
in , . Germany. V The average
American workman's family
lives in five rouns, while the
German family : Iha'a two, and
that the AmerioaY pays a less
proportion of his Vages for his
five rooms than the Herman pays
for his two. " Th ! AmWan
wages are Wo or ' taree
uiguor tuau i.lUQ , uerian.
V K A I it . '
Clothing is not muh dearelm
America than in Germany
shoe ware is . cheaper.
American workman's ; famr
spends $115 a year for cloihin
while families of German wor
men in Carisruhe and Nurem
burg spend from $32 to $54.
The American workmen eat
more meat, sugar, fruit, cerels,
pies" and puddings than the
German. Cut the German work-
in. m epeads more for alcoholic
iquors . The average American
ainily spends $12.40 for alco
holic drinks, while the parallel
amily in Nuremburg, Germany
spends $i!9 and in Carisruhe $54.
This latter sum is 2 5 per cent of
the German's income spent for
alcoholic drinks while he spends
only 2.6 per cent of -his wages
for food. The south German
workman drinks from six to ten
times more beer than the
When the railroad between
the Cove and La Grande is built,
it is quite possible that for many
years La Grande will ' receive
her supply of wood from the
President Roosevelt will wish
the senate to note his fereut re
port of his receivership in San
Domingo. Collections are cock
ing in nicely, thank you; just as
nicely as if the sena'e had token
a hand in the matter itself. The
senators who helped to beat the
San Domingo treaty will also
note that the world did not stop
when they snid whoa. Capital
The majority of those who
attended the fair are more than
pleased. The few who are not,
arethose who imagined that
they could save a large portion
of their expenses by deferring
the purchase of their outfit until
reaching Portland where they
meet face to face with the fact
that they could have saved
money by buying at home.
They naturally return with a
had taste in their mouth.
MONEY IN THE US
The Circulation Statement
issued by the U S Treasury De
partment for August 1st 19C5, 1
awcavru vj kuo swccivct iuia
morning, Aug. 9, gives the
general stock of money in the
U S on Aug. 1st 1905 at $?,901,
791,907 ot this $296,859,606
were held in the U S Treasury
as assets of the government
leaving f L',604, 902, 301 in cir
culation among the people, a per
capita of $31.29 to each of the
83,259,000 inhabitants estimated
to be in the US. This is the
largest per capita of money in
circulation since the government
began. ' a- '
There were enly two directors
of the Commercial Club res
ponded to the call last evening,
to arrange for the entertainment
of the one hundred Kansas
editors who were to stop over
here Friday. .As a result no
arrangements were made and it
is presumed they will not stop.
Lewis and Clark
To be held at Portland,
June 1 to Oct. 15, 1905.
TAKE A TRIP TO CAUF0RNI
Through' the Williamette,
Umpqua and Rogue Rivei
Valleys, of Western Oregi
pass Mt. Shasta, thro
the Sacramento Valley ti
many famous resorts
line of the
)DTHERN PAJff IC 1:0.
For beautifully illustrate,
booklets," descrive of Cali-
COMAGen. Passr. Agt.
DEPART me Brhedal BKROM
L aANUK, OR
. No , 8H rVe, Denier. Kt Nol
8:;0 p m WortT Omaha, Kan- lit) a m
ah0 "Cl8t. LouU, Chi- No $
fciW a. m. oago tasU IM.v m
Portlaad Dalits, Pen-
dleton. Walla Walla, No2
Dayton, Potnuroy, Col-
t-M a m. f"i Uomow, Spokane, o re n m
and poiuu emt and "'pra
. north via Hpolur.a
. Cortland. Dalles, Pen
dleton. UmviUlla, Wal
o5 lula, Lewi,ton, Collai, No
aM Moscow, Wallace, War-
Si p. m, ner, 8(okane and other 8:30 a m
polnta eaat and Bonn
S- llnd City, Alice!, Im-Dajyei-
Mer and .gin. Con- No SI
wpt ie tious at tlgin w tli
Suidav tae lor point In Vk I- 5 SO p m
:1Uju qwh. .
Ur.Hn (tteainers between l ort laud aud
Kiaaomco every five d iys.
' K.C. MlllK.Aint.
WILL -BE SAWl
If your tlokota wait
and Klo (Iiiui.Ip Rath.,
Line ol the world' :
l'tierv are ro muuv scenle alt m l rn nad
Hluiur iutetvKt .lonit thii - t
tween Onden and Denver fiat U( tl lu
never becomes tlrenouie
IfyotiBreiioliiic est. wrltelfor .afor-
ss you a irliy boui4u1 wiu
W C McBRIDE, Agent,
124 Third St.
J. R. OLIVER.
UNION. C 0 V N T Y
Farm Loans a Specialty,
Best equipi ed abstracter
in Union county. Many
years experiences with'
the Union cour.ty records
gives me a grent ad vint
age, i It is folly to pur
chase realfsthte without
first securing a proper
abstract I An abstract
from my office will show
the title just as it appeal
on toe official reccva-
). R. OUV)
" .7 ' Bdlg.
TLnccn 31. Rom-
it miTt tiai
J J XI V" la-"
(inMte assortment of fin
garble and granit
erfully furnished upon
leadstones and Monuments
AH kind of second band
goods bought and sold
GEO. GROUT, Prop,
209 Fir St. bet. Adams and Jefferson
G. L FOWLER
Wood and Coal
All order given prompt
RED FRONT LIVERY BARN
Wm. Smith, Prop.
Sale and reliable rigs furn
at all times. Special ac
comodations furnished to
WM, SMITH FEED STORE
Hay, Giain and feed. Free
deliverv to all parts ef the
citv. Mountain trade a
snecialtv. Phone 1961
Horses, harness and wngons
bought end sold
A Grim Tragedy
la daily enacted, in tliousanila of homes
as Death claims, in eai-b one, annther
victim ot Consumption or Pneumonia.
Bat when Coaphs and Colds are prop
erly treated, the trtigdy is averted.
F Q Huntley, of Oakluilonf lnd, writes
"My iie bad the conaumt tnQ aod
three doctors gave her up. Finally
she took Di. King's New Discovery
lor Consumption, Coughs and Colds
which cured her, and today bub is well
and strong." It kills the germs of all
diseases. One dose relieves.. Gutir
anteed at 50c and $1 by Newlin Drug
Co., diogifiet. Trial hottle Iree
In the blood auses Rheu
Neurakia and Gout. You
- i r.muM j 4.l f 1 1 1 C J Kill
wearing one cf our
Manufacture.! by the Rcr Rheumatic
King Co.. HarlloM. Coi. vciicuu
Price $2.00 s-o Bv
J. R. feMli ,
Men's two piece suits grow in favor constantly. Neither
comfort nor gentility demands a vest for summer wear
thermometer says w
degrees, We've Coat and Trouser Suits in Single and
nkun.ofi 0tvia in a varitv of patterns, you 11 und
vrriT axt mmms
a mere a uui a-i - i g
where, while the graceful lines and natty appearance o
the garments are up to our usual and excellent standard, 3
$7.50, $9.00, $10.00 and $12.50
Is the price range, accompanied by our regular guarantee
.... ..:ri 9jl :r.'.l. ui Viii f -! '"
500 ACRE FARM FOR SALE ; ;
This farm is only 15 miles from La Grar de, on the Elgin
branch of the O. R, & H. Railroad, at the. Rinehart spur.
It will make several good homes, and will be sold in small
tracts i! desired. There are three different young bearing
orchards, and two good houses on the place. In a good
school district free from debt. Terms easy.
Address, HENRY RINEHART,
Or call at the farm for full particulars.
ICE CREAM SODA
It will pay you to walk a block to get the best
Ice Cream Soda It costs no more. We are
better prepared than ever to stop your thirst and
RELIEVE THAT TIRED FEELING.
We have only the best crushed fruits and pure
rock candy syrups. Our ice cream is made fiom
pure cream and is the best. Let us show you.
A. T. H I ll
Prescription Druggist LA GRANDE, OR
General Blacksmith, Horse Shoeing4and Wagon Work.
Manufacturer of TheTitzgerald Roller Feed Mill
D. F I T x o e: a u d.
. With its romanluns, heart bum,
flnttilenoe, torpidity of the liver, con.
j stifHtion, palpitation of the heart,
J p or biood headach' and oher net vous
sj nit tous, bhIIow hklu, foul toufttie,
ollitiHive breath and legion of other
ai it elite, is at o.ire the must wule
j t-r b i and destructive malady among
j tiiii Am-rieai peoplB I'he llerbine
tiH m. in will cure h'I 'hi i-e troubles.
6i t"'"le New tin ! riig To
boa.d.ng and Rooms
i tie vit-itu (f I i luti i fair and
m ' a torn! b aid 'ii'i lu.'iDti at reae
ot. - (. ics. ia I t H Ultesa Mrs.
, t olituea, , . v Uix.iU street,
A ti i.i . t ti
ptE SUITS Iff'
of aunerfluous clotn any- I
Shops and Foundry
Baseball Players and Foot Racers
Louis J Kruger, ex-champion Ion?,
uitiiHuce root raoer or uermany an
llollau 1, writes Oct 27 1901: "DarinaT
my training of eight weeks' foot races
at t?alt Lake City, iu April last, I used
Ballard's 6now Liniment to my great
est satisfaction. Therefore, I recom
mend 6tiow Liniment to all who are
troubled with sprains, b'usies or rhea'
niHtism." i5c, 00c, $1.00 bottla. New
lin l)ru Co.
I'hoi.e tied 971, Old Town store for
wood (3.1 days time given). Cheapest
i Urouer.es and Provisions iu the city.
new anti'k and full line of feed.
Dated iji Grande, Ore., July 28.
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