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DR. A. L RICHARDSON,
Physician and Surgeon.
Offloe ortf H lll'i Drag Store.
Office Phone Black Ht Bee Main thorn K
... N. MOUTOR M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Oon-er Adams end Depot Bt
Offlea Main M fctesldenoe Mala t
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
, , Fhooe Mala 71 '
Leila balldlng, oppoatn Horamer Huost
BACON & HALL,
PHYSICIANS ANl SURGEONS
f bare la Koley balidlag, Maia 19.
C.T. Baeoo, KanldaneeMala It
Jl. K.He:Keeld.iiee Maiofjj
. DkS. BIGGERS & BIGGER
Pbyelclent and 8urite.,ne
O W Bigger. M. D. Oeo. L. Blgxere, II. U
Office Blaok 1X!1 Healdenee Main TO
onW Ralslun Building over J. M. Kerry's
.7. Mail land AV. ad
BW. " 1
Aoer weal of brmar residence, Br. U w.mgger
Lt. QKANDK - OkBUON
Profatawaal calls promptly attended to
day or night.
, . Office Boramar Building
Office. Wank U
tlealdenee Ulaok 1117
, ... C. B. Ceuthorn
OfTloe) Over Hill Drug, Store)
La Grande, Oregon
R. L. LINCOLN
Up sulrs, Cor Adatua arenu, and Depot ML
Phone Kd I1SI '.,
Dr.1 Y A CHARLTON I
Ollice at A T. Hill's Drug Store
La Grande, Oregon Phone 1301
UeBiuence phone red 701
ft Farmers' line ' ? 58
v DR. W. T. DJWNE8.
VITBBINARY . 8UHQBON AND
, Uava orders at KtU UealdenceCor
Cruaatliui store ' elh and 1 at
, beat or referemo I
Thirty Ova yearn experience,
.; CFAWrORD & CRAWFORD
LA OttANDB, OKKQOM
tike In Foley balUlng.
" " J."wKN0WLES
Attorney and Counsellor
UOSce ia Rail ton Ualldlng
fuoua 1&6 LaUmndeOr.
H.T.WUUnma avC WUIIama
Omc la tialatoa Bullduii
boue i0j La Urmod Or,
L A. PICKLER
CivB. Wrunt; lrrlSlion cnSintin5 tna
Olttoe Ulu Adams Avcnae,wlHi John Kilo gli
LA UBAHUa. OHKUOH
KAOLIM-. La UrMlla Auie in t O k r
every Huaday altlit In K ol i lull til u
J.TBatoU, W. P. J. K. l-olUkli. W. a
' iOO PUi t)rnu Luug, Mo M n ku .u
(heir hall every Saturday nmliL VlHl.i a.n.
Mmrm adiaU IBTlted hi attend.
Uamlery pint cavu be aeea at Model H-
lauiaui. f :
- Janiti Uom, N u
t. K. Hnooks, Has.
" tTAHKNt Aatr-MfcNT No l. I. O. O. I
auue)i tna and tnlrd I 'ntiradaya In tin
snonlk In Odd Kelluwa ball. Vlaltmg patt:
aruh alwave wviraine i. rL buook, c r.
k JCdntoaa atobtnaoa, BcrlM
- KaiITEHM HTAH OKb) Hone Cta.Urr Nu
It mewa Uie amiDd aud Hiurih Wedomlay te
aacli moatfe at ratio ni in Muome Tmile
' Menie Aldrkli, W at
; Mary Awawie- -
II. W.A. U Uikuc ia.. p fi TTW mm!
..iy nnat and third WdneUy u( tl,c
awmth at 1. 0. 0. V. Hall. All visiting ueivh"
ibor are euralally lavilcd to atnd.
K. Mlad, V.C.
Jotaa Hall, .rk. .
- ritKKHTKKH OK A 14 KHIOA-4nrt Ma d
Mark) a, no a irMia eaca imnj nismin,
4C ol f aalL Uruthert ere Invited to attend,
v TSTIIlMia.l'kler Kanrrr,
i O H WlllUrua, Kin, Hn
jioardof TrM.e-l-.U L Ulmtera, Juhn 4ai
e-KIKNUHHlf TKNT Nt Hi K. O. T. M.
'Mreta aeuid end third Wednesday h
enina, In L O, . K. ball. Vi-ltm kitlghta
w..'r..rn. . ITWKI!aNIWKll,lcw
' rdMOX LOCIJ, lUcord Ki epr
jti fag 0bserver
Currey Bros., Ed's and Prop.
Published daily except Sunday
Saturday, Sept. 2. 1905.
Entered at tbe
Post Office at La
at Second Claan
One year in advance $6 50
Six months in advance. .. .3 50
Per month. .
, . . 5c
Display Ad ratea mraUhed apoa application
Ural mailing notloea 10c per Una flint nser-
tlon, 50 per Una for each subsequent Inaer-
Resolutions of condolence, sorer Una.
Cards of tbanks, lie per line.
OUR COMMON SCHOOLS
Syracuse, N Y., bad not done the beat
...... . ,,. ' ... . .Ibsooohl forbia sntrerlng ton. "My
Muob it bring truthfully said and b ,nt , fe,rfu, ga.n
much more could be said in praise ui
. . .i,i.
But all thi 2
. J i. 1
uutarguo, iuu uu iuuutu w.
that our schools bave reached tbe
highest possible altitude of exeelienoe,
By excel louce we mean usefuluesH
and by usefulness we mean such
mental training and equipment at will
enable the recipient of a common
school course to more intlependen'ly
and successfully pe lorm bii or her
part in life's ba'.tle at au individual.
mtmbir of society and C't i-nship
Were we to name tbe most impor
tant faculty or habit, whioti ever you
please to call it, that tbould bp otilti
vated and mora atteution paid to it
developemfnt in our-common sohools,
we would name obtervation the
faculty that sees, takrt note of what is
rren and tiuds ontthn relation 'the
things looked at bear lootber things
The ancient philosophers tud school
men were poor observer. Tbuy taw
things unsupported fall to (be ground
the same at Newton saw the eppl"
full, but not being In tbt habit ol
"' out the relation that one fad
or phenomenon bnre to another the
laws of gravity were never discovered
by them. They saw the lightening
Qh1), nd continued for cetituriet to
regard it is a manifestation of one of
their gods whom they he'd in great
dread. It never occured to tliem to
wrest the terrible thunder holts Irom
Jupiter and put lightening to work
for man. Tbey saw steam knock the
lid otr their soup pots and scald the
cook, never dreaming that the pot
was vainly trying to etiggtat to tbem
the axiatcnoe of a ttnpendous to ice
that oould bo utilized in doing an
inotlcuUtalle amount ol labir ! r
The Presbyterian Synod of Oregon
will meet this er u La Grandn on
Ool 12 and he in ei-sninn four dyn
Tbe Synod lakes in the whole state ol
Oregon and is composed of one hun
dred ministers and one elder Irom
each ol the one hundred ohurohea In
the ttate. , This is (be first time that
be dynod hss met in our oity and it
will be many yeara More the opportu
nily will oorne igair. Just before
Synod Tbe Preibteriea of Grand
Konde lull Pendleton will iniet her
Il ia in every day occurance lo read
of some one being tl:Ctrocu'ed. Now
that we bave heavily charged wires
rtinninff nvnr IIim vail ami tntn
iflver,, , lhe . llrdoub d
1 1. i i..,. i. i. .... . .. ...... .
' Ju'v ''ai"s as oi-cnr. tl
I over at Union a few caya ago Ou
people will hare to lrarn tint there
wires are daagerou bat not so unlees
)otl 0 me in contact, with them and il
the young and old will learn to oontiol
their curiosity when they fiti i a wir
out of plc nuny aooi.lenis will I
averted uw neat sirvice you oi
.i i i
ren ler the publio is to notify tl
a'ectrio oompauy at on e when you
discover a atre out of place.
i . .
G. E. FOWLER
Wood and Coal
All order gU-en prunpt
Nature i wise in proiding that tbe
man who U coward enough to tend an
In'eroal machine seldom hat braint
enough to make it explode aecoidirg
Step theuld be taken in the nai
fulore to KCU'e li-ctu-e eourae dur
ing the wioier Who' ia there thai
will UK tbe initative in tbe maiur.
Tbe public will respond. All that ia
needed ia (or am to give it tboir
peir-cutl atteatioo. '
It it quite e? ident that tie women's
sufferage question will be one of tbe
issues during tbe next state campaign.
While we hare existed under tbe pie-
' tent system si dob tbe beginning, who
knows but what we would dj much
better il our mothers, wives and raters
had lorething to a .y in icgoid to ih
laws that tbey ,are compelled to re
aped. Incredible Brutality
It would have bean lnoredib'e
brutal I tv if Ubat. f Lemberger, of
lover nit eye, mt i appiiou l.'uCL!cs s
Arnioa Halve, whlon quickly berled It
and aaved bia eye." Good (or burnt
and nicer too. Only zso at ewuu
Drug Co. drug store.
A Remedy Without a Peer.
'I find Chamberlain's Stomach and
rer Tableta more benetloisl than
any other remedy 1 ever used for
stomach trouble' tayt J P Klote, of
Kdina Ho. For any disorder ol the
stomach, biliousness or constipation,
these Tablets are without a peer. For
tale by Newlln Drogi'o.
J. L MARS,
Contractor and Builder
Dealer in Building Material
La Grande, Or.
Drop a line, naming vtork,nd I wll
give the rightiprioc.
TKIAL 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 and we try to please. The
best groceries for the least
mouey. This is our motto and
trial ovder will be a demon
stration of how well we succeed
SEATTLE GROCERY COMPANY
ZUNbBL A LAWSON.
But not Cheap Meat
Having purchased the Bock
& Thomas shops and also the
null Market, we are in position,
with the threj shops, to furnish
our patrons witu choice meats
at a less price than if we hat
. . l w .
oniyone snop. it ia not our
intention to raise the price of
meats, but it is our intention to
reduce the pric , aud thereby
nope to increase our trude
a inai oraer win convince you
oi ine assertion.
Adams Ave. bet. (Irundy aud
Adams Ave, bei. Elm and Fi
Fir Sir. bel. Let. Jefferbon aud
Main 50 Main 78 Main 70
Brick furnished m r.nv
quanity or auy style. No
contract ton small or too
large. See samples of our
La ( nude, Oregon.
J. R. OLIVER.
Farm Loans a Specialty
BeBt equipped abstracter
in Union couuty. Many
yeara experiences . with
the Union county records
gives me a great advant
age. It is folly to pur
chase realrstate without
first securing" a proper
ahull act. An abstract
from my office will f how
the title just as it (.ppears
on the official record.
J. R. OLIVER,
LA GRANDE, OREGJN
Room 31, Sommer Bdlg.
Lewis aiid Clark
To be held at Portland,
June I to Oct. 15, 1905,
TAKE A TRIP TO CALIFORNIA
Through the Williamette;
Umpnua and Rogue River
Valleys, of Western Oregonv
pass Mt. Shasta, througi
the Sacramento Valley to tin
many famous resorts on the
line of the
SOUTHERN PACIFIC 11!.
F-r beautifully illustrates
booklets, descriptive of Cali
fornia resorts, address,
W. R. C0MAN, Gen. Passr. Agt,
I.A t.KANUK, OK
8.5O p m
:M a. m,
Halt Uke. Pener, Ft,
ou'iu a in
t-J p in
Worth. Omaha. Kan
sas City, ML Louia, Uu
!oago aud basL
Portland. Dai lea. Pen-
dleum. Walk Walla,
ifavlon. I'omurnv. Lul-
:U'i p m
lkr0 a m.
tax, Utwoow. HiMkane,
and puiul ent anil
aorth via bpokar.e
rortland, Dallea. Kn-
Idlotou, Umiitilla, Wh-
lula, Lewi Ulu, t'ollas.
H;:0 a in
Mubcow. Wallm-e. Var-
H6 p. m.
nor, Hpukanc and otlii'r
point, eaat acd Uurili
laud City, And, 1m
bier mill . .iiiu. inn
6;SKl p in
He t tai. at KU ' w tli
w t lor Hiinu in nil.
O'eaii Hlt-aincra lietweeit l or. Ia .d end
8.0 Punciam every five il ya.
K. r. MtMIKK, r.Pt
H y -i r n.-knla rmrt
mid (tin liiiimie Kulli
I. ucol tlir ourld" !
I the IViivht
- i Hue "Hceinc
fiiprenrewiiiuniy imnir- ml a, vi ,.
riuisnf Imen-Kl .lone llm . ie ...
w-n Cm.len ami vnr I i.l ,! ,(,,
t-r Ixt nmee II mmine
II Mtarsolng ., rlterr ilnr.
W C McBRlDE, ASent,
124 Third St.
TWO PIECE SUITS
7 f i. I: ". "tt.A,.. . -U i IT mi I i i II I i t
Men'a two piece suits grow in favor constantly. Neither
comfort nor gentility deu and a vest for summer wear ,
Tbe vest h-sno function when the thermometer says 99
degrees, We've Coat and Trouser Suiis in Single and
SuuMo Sresicd sty'es in a writy of patterns, you'll find
there's NOT AN OUNCE of superfluous cloth any
where, while (he grateful lines aud natty appearance ol
the garments are up to our usual and excellent standard
$7.50, $9.00, $10.00 and $12.50
Is the price range, accompanied by our regular guarantee
500 ACRE FARM FOR SALE
This farm is only 15 miles from La Grarde, on tire Elgin
bianch of the 0. K, & N. Railroad, at the Rinehart spur.
It will make several good homes, and will be sold in email
tracts if desired. . There are three different young bearing
orchards, and two good houses on the place. In a good
pebool 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 r
RELIEVE THAT TIRED FEELING.
We have only the best crushed fruits aud pure
rock candy syrups. Our ice cream is made from
pure cream aud ia the best. Let us show you.
A. T. HILL
LA GRANDE IRON WORKS
C ,mplete,JVIachine Shops andJFoundry
Geuerul Ulackdiuith, Horse Shoeing and Wagon'4Work.
Manufacturer oi ThejFitzgerald Roller Feed Mill
D. FIT V.
The Colonel's Waterloo
Colot el John M roller, ol Honey
Grove, Texa, uearly liiet bit Waterloo
trum Liver aud Kttluey troutiie. iua
rei-eut letter, lie tayt: '1 nearly
il ai, o( tl.ean coaiplulutH, and, a'
Uioukq 1 tJietl my lamliy draior,
illd mu no good; no I not a huo not tie
ul your ureal Klsctrio Hitters, wh cb
uired me. 1 ooDBlder tht m the beet
medit lne on eanh and tbank Uod mho
Have you the knowledge to make thf rn."
sold, and RiiariDieej to com, L)yv
epala, hillouio' aa ' ai.d Kidney
Dla-as", bv Nualiu Utug couipaoy
ilrutiKlata, at Dtio a Itottle.
Why anfTer with beadavhc, cons'lpa
tion, atou.a l, kidney and liver
troubles, when Hullteier'a RtK-ky
Mountain Tea will oure yooT No
money wnutert unless you nre cured
Ai oeuts. Tea or Tableta. MeUn
LA GRANDE, OR
O K A
Strikes Hidden Rocks
A hen your snip of health stilket
the bidden rotks ol O. nsoniptioii.
Ci.eomooia, etc , yoo are lost, if you
don't itet help rora Ur King's New
Dihoovery for onsnmtion J w
MoKinnou, oi Talladega rlprioyt, Ala
writes:"! bad ben ver III with
Pnuti iii sin in nikiittr the oaie ol to
doctors, but ras g-tting no better
when 1 l-BaH to take Ur Klng't N'
v. . mu. el-. ilua aitM Mllfffai
and onb bottle cored me." Bore cure
lor tore throaty bronchitis, eotigbt o"
colds. Ouaranteed at Newlln lrn
Co'e. Drog store price BOo aud !
Trial bottle free.
Can't yon uat, aleep or workt rjj
liverT tlclltbter'a Kotky oon,
lea makee llo, red blood, gi"
.trengtb and healtst. Caiee wbo
ol here fail, hoeoranopay. J,"f
Tea or XableU. Newlln Drag to. t