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DR. A. i. RICHARDSON,
Physician and Surgeon.
Oflloe over HIII'l Dri Store.
Office Phono Black Ud Bee Main PnoaeH
N. MOLITOR M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Corner Adawa aveaae end Depot Bt,
Office Main M ' beeldeoe Mala 68
v , WILLARD SMITH
f HVSICIAN AND SURGEON
5' 1 T noB Main Tl
II It J' Leia banding, oppoeiie Mora mar Hoaaa
v, jm pfflaHoan,lloi,US
BACON fit HALL,
. PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS
, H Oma la Polar bnl'dlng, Main ID
C.f BaeonKaaidoDeaM.la 1
U. K. Hail Kealdtaee Main 51
DrS. BIGGERS & BIGOERS
Physicians and Sortie.. ns
O W Bigger, M. V. i Ueo, l Blggem, al. D
Offlne Black 1S11 Beldene Main 0
Qffloer Ralaloa Building over J. M. Berry'
Sum. Realdenoe on Madlaon Ave. aecond
door treat of 'onner realdence, Or.U. W.blggcn
Profouional ealli promptly attended to
. day or night.
, DENTISTS V
Offlea Bonnier Building
Offle Black M Kealdence Black 1117
5 C B. Cauthorn
Offloe Over Hill Drug. Store
- La Grande, Oregon
R. L.. LINCOLN
Up alalia. Cor Adaaia avenu, and Depot HI.
Phone ktd Ji:n
Dr. P A CHARLTON
Office at AT Hill's Drugstore
La Grande, Oregon Phone 136 J
Residence phone red 701,
Farmers' line 58 ' '
DR. W.' T. DJWNE3. .
VETERINARY SURGEON AND
Leave order at i.iU
(.'ma Drug a lure .
th and I l
Thirty Bra yean experience, beat of reference
CPAWF0RD & CRAWFORD
. ' Attorneys-at-Law
LA QBANDK, OBKQON
nice In Koley balldlng.
J. W KN0WLES
Attorney and Counsellor
Office in Halalun Building
Phone 146 U Urande Or.
, , .i .I . -
H.T. WUIIoma A. C. William
Onto la Ralaloa Building
Phone lOs ( La(Jraud,Or.
L. A. P1CKLER
Clvfl. Mining, Irrigation Engintciinj md
IKatltuatea, Plana, aud Mpuutllcatloii,
InTUs 1110 Adama Avenue, Willi John Kilo igb
.' La UaAMua, ohkxiom
t AOLKrV-La Uranoa Aine ,;o r O K tnavu
vary Munday night In K ol I- ball af I p u
VbiUaa brelheru Intied U, atiem..
j. A. MtUtt, W. P. J. K. Pollock, W. 8
lOOr-UUruaa Ml(. Mo Kaata x
. Ihelt ball every Saturday u in lit, Vialuug n.eii
aera eordiallv Invited to etutnd.
famtery plat eaa be aeea at . Model K e-
Jeiiiea Moan, N U
1 K. Buooka, Bee. r ,
KTAH KNt'AMPMkNT No SL I. Ow Ot K
ateau every am and laird I'tauradaya In tin
eioulu In Odd Pellowa hall. Vlaltlng patri-
arvi- iiw .inline i. n, buuui.v. r,
aVlinoM atohlaaon. Swlbe
kUHTEHN HTAH OKU Hop. Chapter .
It nietta Uie a.tiaa and riunn wenueaday u
iattt aioata at ipn in huooip reiupia
Mertie Aklrwli, W M
II, W.A.- U Uiuuv u.ap "..77W mr
ertiiy flrat and third Wcdm l.iy m Ih.
eaoaih at I. o, o. r. Itaii. All vlaltirg nelrli
bore are cordially laviled to attend.
t. keulend, V, tX
. John Hall, CUrk.
e-OHBHTCrW Of AalKHICA-Vonrl Moid
Mirtoa, Mo xt mta eoih Thunday eight In
a, a r aau. nrvinei are invtieo 10 attend.
r C WlilUaue, Pin. Hn
amardocTraaieet iw.u a vtagera, jutiu sa
. eooitetDvv, i'ii
PUIKNliHIIlP TaiNT NO 1 K. O. T.
Meeta aecoud and third Wednesday, i
aaouth, In L O. U K. kalL Viaitlug kclaliia
MUX BLOCH, Heoord Kteptr
La Grande Evening Observer
Currey Bros., Ed's and Prop.
Published daily except Sunday
Friday. Sept I, 1905.
Entered at tha Post Office at La
Urande, Oregon, aa Beoond Claa
One year in advance- 16 50
Six mouths iu advance. .. .3 60
Pei month .65c
Single copy 5c
' ADkUTIHNU KATES
Dlaplay Ad rats rornielied a poo application
Local reading notion lOo per line flrat naer.
tlon, so per line for each aahmquenl Inaer-
Resolution of condolence, $c j er line..
Carda of Mutnka, 6e per line
THE WORLD MOVES
The world moves, and is inov
ing toward the better. The dis
patches which the Observer re
ceives from all parts of the civil
ized world demoiiRtrt tha th?
peoples of all the earth are in
closer brotherly sympathy now
than ever before in the kuowu
history of man. Race animosi-
tie?, political antipathies, local
prejudices aud religious acri
mony are much less rancorous
now thap ever before. The An
glo Saxon race is universal in
its joy that a bloody war betweer
two other other races has ceased
The head of theCatholic Church
i' delighted that the head of the
Greek Church and the Mikado
of the Pagans bare laid down
their arms and . ceased from
slaughtering, Prodestants every
where are glad that the idol
worshippers of Japan have quit
killing Greeks. The crowned
heads of Europe and Asia con
gratulated a Republican presi
dent over his successful efforts
that so largely contributed in
bringing a about peace that all
men of all nations desired.
When in all history has such a
phenomenon occured as this?
SUMMER IS GONE
The last rose of summer h s
b&en plucked aud Autumn is
now with us to crimulfitft tin
task planned in spring and
abored at during the summer.
Leaviug dreamers and poets to
dilate and sing abom autumnal
tints auJ fruitage we will note
the cheerful fact that the death
rate of humun beings begins to
e8sen with September and con
tinues to fall through December
when it iucreases to the end of
.The U S census gives the pro
por i n of deaths iu each month,
u 19 JO, in each 1000 death s as
follows: In ihe winter month.
December 76.7, January 80.7,
Feburary 86.5 In the summer
months June 07, July 79.5
August 82.9. Jin the fall months
beptember 7C.5, October 7(,
November C9.5. TLese figures
Bhow that the death ra'e is low
er during the. summer thsn in
any other season, in the United
States i.nd that in winter and
spring more people die than in
a amnier and autumn.
G. E. FOWLER
Wood and Coal
All order given prompt
u altantiou. .
Since 1892 uo newspapers
have been printed on Sunday
in Norway, and, since 1895 no
breid has been baked on tbst
Chicago did not get a place on
the map :ulil 1840. Today ft
is the fourth city in tbe world
in point of popalatiou and
wealth. .The only cities which
lead it are London, New York
, July and August, always two
of (be dullest months in the
year have parsed inlo history
During the next few weeks
practically all of the pleasure
seekers will lmve returned fro n
the mountains and sea. coast
One week from next Monday
school will commence and bust
ness will toou resume its normal
condition. In fact this season
should be a record breaker for
business for the reason we are
now harvesting 'one of the ban
ner wheat crops this valley has
had for several vr.
Babies' akin will be toft, and imcotb
if you give them Holiteter'a Kooky
Mountain Tbia montb. It regulates
tbe noinacb and bowels. It make
the little one sleep and urow 35 oentf.
Newlin Ding Uo
Cheerfully Recommended lor
O O Higbee, UanTllle, III. write
Deo 2, 1801; "About two years ago 1
an laid op for four year with rheu-
matia.D. 1 tried Ballard's Snow Lini
ment ; on bottle oured me, I ean
cheerfully recommend It to all (utter
ing from like affliction" 25c. 60o.$ LOO
Newlin Drug Co
TRIAL ORDER MEANS A
All that the Seattle Grocery Co.
asks is that you give us a trial
order. If we cannot please we
do not want your trade. A
satisfied customer is a pleased
one aud we try to please. The
best groceries for the least
money. This is our motto and
a trial oxder will be a demon
stration of how well we succeed.
SEATTLE GROCERY COMPANY
ZUNDKL a LAWSON.
But not Cheap Meat
Haviug purchased the Bock
& Thomas shops and also tbe
lull Market, we are in position,
with the tbrea shops, to furnish
our patrons witn choice meats
t a less price than if we had
oniy one snop. it isr-uot our
intention to raise the price of
meats, Dut it is our mteutiou to
reduce the pric i, and thereby
hope to increase our trade.
A trial order will convince 'you
of the assertion.
Adams Ave. bet. (1 randy aud
Adams Ave, bet. Elm and Fir
Fir Str. bet. bet. Jefferson aud
Main 50 Main 78 Main 70
Brick furnished in anv
quauity or any style. No
contract ton small or too
large. See Mm pies of our
La Grande, Oregon.
J. R. OLIVER. I
tUj i inv i ai
Farm Loans a Specialty
Best equipped abstracter
in Union c-unity. Many
years experiences with
the Union county records
gives me a greet advant
age. It is folly to pur
chase realestate without
first securing a proper
abstiact. An abstract
from my office will ehw
the title just as it appears
on the official record.
). R. OLIVER,
LA GRANDE, OREGON
Room 31, Sommer Bdlg.
Lewis and Claik
To be held at Portland,
June Ito Oct. 15, 1905,
TAKE A TRIP TO CALIFORNIA
Through the Williamette,
Umpqua and Rogue River
Valleys, of Western Oregor, "
pass tot. Shasta, througi
the Sacramento Valley to tin
many famous resorts on the
line of the
SOUTHERN PACIFIC Hi.
For beautilullv illustrate;
booklets, descriptive of Cali
fornia resorts, address,
W. R. C0MAN, Gen. Passr. Agt.
LA t.KAnLIrt, OH
8:j0 p in
Halt Lake, Denier. Kt.
bto a m
M p in
Worth. Omaha. Kun-
aaacity. St. 1juui. Cl.i-
raago aud kaau
Portland. Dal lea. Pen-
klleton. Walla Walla,
nay ton, I'otueruy, col
fax. Moaoow, ttiokau.
and poiuta erat anu
I. 1 u...
dleton, Umiitilla, Wal-
luia. wvisum, loiiax,
Moacow, Wallace, Ear
ner, Hpokoiie aud other
poiuta eu.t and norm
.H;30 a in
Mi a m
lalnnd City. Alice). Ira.
bier and -giu. Con
e tinna at a.li(.u w tb
la"e lor polnta la Vi-
6 ,30 p m
Ucran Hlenniera between l ortlaad aud
San Vraaoaoo every ive d iya.
K.O. wot IRK. Aeon.
will u mmu
If y.-ur llrketa rrnd I the Denver
and Rloiliau.le Kaili. , tue "Bcetilo
Lluool the world" J
faere are ao many acenlr alt -art on nd
iioluiartr iuterent alone the uie .
Iwren Oertcn and Denver I tat tlittilti
- never beooatea Urwoiue
iryonarecolng earn, write Ifor .alor-
I W C McBRIDE, Agent,
1 " 124 Third St.
s "ft-;.-! 'aT-if' JJMk Wh.
n r -r LnPfa'0' cn8tantly. Neither
Men's two piece suits fer yeet for 8Ummerw;;"
comfort nor gentility Y the thermometey T S
Tbeve8th.8nofunc Keer guit8 in gi ,J
degrees. We've fJoatft ity 0faltern
'iwSS7M of euperfluous cloth anv!
It" wNh?LbAeNKr!rir ??:.!f p ;
. T1;U22 .viiuii atauuara
tue garments are up t !T
"lr I uj
500 ACRE Vl
This farm is only 15 milei
bianch of the O. R, A N.I
It will make several good ha& be sold in small
tracts if desired. There ar(,jifferent young bearing
orchards, and two good bm. tbe' place. In a good
school district free from deb
Address, HENRY HART.
Or call at the farm for full
It will pay you to walk a to get the best
Ice Cream Soda It cosh, more. We are
V i ,
better prepared than ever ttop your thirst and
RELIEVE THAT. Tift FEELING.
We liave only the best' crusi fruits and pure
rock candy syrups. Our ice Vam js made fiora
pure cream and i tbe best. Lret usshow you.
iar'1 in i a man ' '
A KoSSl&iS Kits h
ueueral Ulacksmith, Horse Sluieiiijiad Waron VVniV t-l '
Manufacturer of ThFitzgerald tier Feed Mill S '
Id. fitzq eh ald 1
With Its coaipmilo:.," heart bum,
(lutulenoe, torpidity of the livei, con
itipation. palpitatloL ot the heart,
pjor blood headache and other uetvout
vmpton, sallow skin, fonl tonne,
olfenslve breath and legion of other
ailments, it at o.tt-e the tnoat wide
spread and destructive njiladw amotij
the Atutrlcaa people. Tho Herbioe
treatments will cure all tbee trouble.
bw, lmltU V.... II- I.
win. ii.miu trug jQ
Boarding and Rooms
PrOlile Tlkltlnir Pvttnn.t !.' j
n - .i.n inir. fluil
vantitiir irnnA lv e..l .1 .
n r.-'" ruoui at reai
onHltla itrinaa .a1I r.M ...
., ,V 11"""' eHiurrea nn. . "''eioiia
t, Bartlioiom,, 250 Dixon rtreet., in,
Portland o'anrf. "9 0
f TirT a T TTlfTVnrrrff' i -
-. r .sr
ur regular guarantee
Grarde, on the Elgin
nt the Rinehart spur.
Shops adJFoundry ' - M