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DR. A. L RICHARDSON,
Physician and SurMi."
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N. MOLITOR M. D.
PHYSICIAN AMD SURGEON
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OOoiHiinM ReaMsnra Main
La Grande Evening Observe
Currey Broa., Ed's and Prop
Published daily except Sunday
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Pbons Main 71
1U balldlng, oppoella aoaaaaer Boom
Oflloe Hoars, 1 Is 4, T to I
BACON & HALL,
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEON H
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DkS. BIGGERS & BIOGERS
Phyeiciang and 8arguDt
O W Bigger. If . a Geo. L. Blgg.rs, II. 1
Oflloe Bleck.1321 Baeldenea Meia K
Office' Ralatoa Building over J. M. Barry'.
Star, kaaldene on Madison AVe. eeooud
door west of former rssideaoe. Or, a W.HIgg tr
ImOKAMUK - . OkKUON
Pratoawaal ealla promptly aUeaded to
day or night.
OOoe BomaMt Building
Offloe Black II Haaldanea Black 1117
C. B. Cautliorn
(JiUe Ovm Hilt Drug? Btorw
La Grande. Oregon
Dr. V A CHARLTON
Office at A T Hill'a Drug Store
La Grande, Oregon Phone 136J
Residence phone red 701
Farmers' line 68
DR. W. T. DJWNE3.
viTsaiNAar surgeon and
Leave ordan at Red
Croat Urug etore
Mb. and 1 at
Thirty five yaan experience, bast of raferano
CFAWFORD & CRAWFORD.
'L4 0 BANDS, OREGON .
ltd lu Pok tBlldtng
J. W KNOWLES
Attorney and Counsellor
Offlot la Ralatoa Building
FboueUd Ut Grande Or.
H.T. Wlillama A.C. WUllajna
Q (Baa la Balatoa Building
Pboue lOj La Grande, Or.
L A. PICKLER
Civil. Minlnj, Irrigation Enginecttn $ and
- Katlmatea, flaaa, audapoolflcallons.
tamos Id Kola building
LA UaABUB. OKBUOM
KAULKM La Umnoe Alria tjo F O K meen
every Uiiaday Bight la a ol t ball at t v n
rUltlni brethera Invited Ic attend,
, A. WWU, W. P. J. K. Pollock, W.
to 0 F 1 Qranaa Lodge, No W mu J
IMt ball everr Saturday night, Vial luig n.an
a ara (tawdiall lnnud to atianiL.
Ueaalery plat can be aeon at Modal Kee-
Jamra Moss, N U
I. K. Bnooka, Ban.
TAH ENCAMPMENT No U, I. O. O, P
ssa.ia every ana and third Thuradsya In thi
atontb la Odd Fallowa ball. V tailing patrl-
arena always welcome i. n. euoua, i. r.
end Mootnaua, aorina
CARTKRM BTAa OEM Bom Cbaner N
it aieets Ua sacoad end foortU Wednesday cl
' Jacb aaoaia ai vuaip aa in aiaaonic i.rupie
. Mania aldrlou, W M
Mary A.Waraick. g
M. W.A. U U ran da camp Mo, T70S mmi
vary first and third Wednesday of tb
month ai 1. 0. U. P. Hall. All Tlaibcg ualrb-
hora ara ouraiaiiy wtihm io eit.no,
. - a. Kti.Uad, V, U
John Hall, Ctarfe.
Marloa. No S maata each Thunday aight li
lOHM ball. Brothere ara Invllad to atlaad
Ghaa Marl mess, Ubler RanKrr.
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Board of Traetee-lr.Ub UUgara. joho aal
TUIKNDHHIP TKNT NO ll-K. O. T. M
uu amtnd and tbtrd Wadnvadajra aaol
aoonlb, lu L O, O. F. halt ViallltiB- knlKtl
Wrjlroms. U T WEIHKNbgUUKM, VOSB.
MOJk MLOCII. Uaoord kaapar
L. O. T. M. HI VK No. l;.-aleeU avary flrt
and tbitd Tliurldaya la Iba afiarnoon at thi
IOOI balk Ail Tlaitlng ladlra ara wtcom
I ady Foil. r,('omiuaalri,
Basel Barnoa, K accruing Sacraiaiy,
Kntarawl at tha Pnat flfflra) at Lai
Grande, Oregon, aa Second Claax
Wednesday, Nov. I, 1905.
One year in advance...... $6 50
Six months in advance. . . .3 60
Per month 65c
Single copy 6c
Entered at tb p 't offloe at La
n c Oregon ceo d clsag nia
Display Ad raUe rornlabed apoa application
Local reading notloes lOe par Una Brat near.
tlon, so per Una for aacb lubaequent Inter
really too bad thut Oregon will
onlv have one rpresentalive
j when Congress meets in Decem
ber. If the punishment lell
entirely upon our deposed
members it would be immaterial
bnt the entire state is the loser.
Many questions ol national
importance will be up for con
sideration besides the general
appropriation bill in which this
state is so largely intorested.
OUR FREE DEUVERY
(Jm yonr 'pbona and lat onr free da
livery aervlce bent fit yon. It may be
that yon bare nerr been into oar
store, bnt that mikes no difference,
we aball be Jnet at pleated to deliver
anything you want as If yon were onr
regular caitomer. Yoa'U find oar
goodi and prices satlifactory, we are
dm. Red 81 Newlin Drag Co.
Resolutions of condolence, je rer linen,
Card of thanks, 6c per line.
DEPENDENT ON FOREIGN
The Oregouian of Oct SO gives
a list of 36ships now enroute
over seas for the port of Port
land, that have a carrying capa
city in the aggregate of 65,032
tons of giaiu. There were on
that date 12 ocean goipg chips
anchored at Portland, loading
or preparing to load for foreign
countries, having a net tonnuge
for grain that will enable them
to take 25,641' tons. Not one of
these 43 ships are American, or
carry the flag of the Uuited
States, end when loaded they
will bear to various foreign
ports 90,673 tons of American
goods under foreign flags. Tne
flag of old England floats over
28 of these 43 ships, that ol
Prance over 16 and the flag of
Russia over 1 and the German
flag over 3.
The foregoing statement
shows how absolutely dependent,
we of the Pacific stales, are upon
foreign ships to carry to market
the surplus product of our farms,
factories, forests, flocks and
herds, mid startles a shudder at
what would be our condition
"hould any great war between
the nations whose seamen and
ships are taking our produce to
market, occur. As neutrals we
could trade with either of the
warring nations, providing we
had ships of our own to carry
our produce under our own flag,
but would not be permitted to
do so under an enemies flag to
the po-t of consignment.
If England acid Prance should
begin war on each other to
morrow neither, the 23 ships
bearing the English flag nor the
16 under the French flag could,
or most probably would not
load it Portland and take chances
ol being captured on the high
seas, enroute to their home ports
or to neutral ports.
The whole of our foreign trade
as a nation is in nearly as bad s
predicament as the Pacific
states. For the year ending
with June 1905 all the shipping
sea ports iu the United States
received 30,983.217 tons ol
foreign goods of which but 7,
080,624 tons came to us in
Armeican ships or not one
fourth of our imports.
For the year ending with Juni
1905 there left our seaports foi
Foreign markets in oceau goinv
ships 31,157,641 tous of tht
various things we export, of this
tinount of exports, but 7,203,00b
tns went forth to market it
ships bearing the American flap
while foreign ships carrud 23,
i'54,533 tons of the things wt
oifered for sale in foreigi
It is one of those things ths
c nnuol be helped, but it i
Insomnia and Indigestion Cured
"Laat year I bad a Tar severe at
tack of lDditioo. 1 oould notaleep
at niaht and suffered moat eior idat-
Ina paine for tbree boars after each
meal. I wag troubled thia way for
about three! months, when I used
Chamberlain's Htomaob and Liter
Tableta, and received Immediate re
lief," eaya Jobn Diioo, Tallainore,
Ontario, Canada. For gale by Mewlio
Drag Co. '
Now is the time to
think about the sort
candy your Children
have been eating
If you buy candy from
You need not worry
about it, for our candy is
made upon scientific
' principrls and it is all
pure. A trial order wil
convince you as to its
Is difficult, unlets yon favor ng with
your order. We don't lay ita Im
possible to get it elsewhere. Bat we
do eay tbat we buy from a paity who
telle ut all bla product and he ralnee
the fluent Beef, Veal, Lamb and Fork
tbat It ia possible to ralae. Giro ut a
Brooks & Rohr
Harris Meat Marktt
- Telephone Main 16
Farm Loans a Specialty
Best equipped abstracter
in Union county. Many
years experiences with
the Union county records
gives me a great advanU
age. It is folly to pur
chase realestate without
first securing a proper
abetiaot. An abstract
from my office will show
the title just as it appears
on the official record.
BLUE LABEL CATSUP
PHONE MAIN 29
HENR 56 OAF? R
J. R. OLIVER,
LA GRANDE, OK EG
Room 31, Summer Bdl
Frightful Suffering Relieved.
Buffering Irichtfullr from the vlro
lent poieoni of UDdiirested food, O 0
Grayson, of Lola, Miss, look Or King'.
New Life pills, with the result," ba
writes, mat l wat cured " All
stomach and bowel disorders give way
to their ton I , layative properties
25o at Newlln'a drug atore, guurrnu
La Grande " National Bank
Capital Stock, Surplus aud
Undivided Profits $150,000 ou
Deposits 640,000 00
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS
George Palmer, Pres. J. M. Berry, Vice-Pres.
F. L. Meyers, Cashier.
Geo. L. Cleaver, Asst. Cashier.
W. L. Brenbolts, Asst. Cashier
P.M. Byrkit A. B. Conley F.J.Holmes
C. C. Pennington
Kxchange sold available in all parts of the world.
Telegraphic transfers to all parts of the United States
p Lady assistaLt, Calls answered day andjnigbt,
0 Phone No. 621.
I;1 T IT Hnnrv. reaidence 664
!3 J. J. Carr, residence 386 La Grande Oregon
D. H. STEWARD, Proprietor and Mgr v
One Week Commencing
MONDAY, OCTOBER 30
; Comic Opera
In the reSned Two-Act Opera-Booffe
"THE JOLLY ;
NpIIIp. V'pnita .
In bar grant novelty, "The Enchanted 3
30 People -30 3
Merry, Jolly, Pretty,
Shapely Chorus Girls
Change of program every Night
POPULAR PRICES I5c, 25c, and 35c
Seals oil sale at Van Bureu's Satuiday Curtain at 8:30
Bead j.. For Business
WITH A FILL LIME Of FEED, HAY AND GRAIN
We are ready to buy all kinds of hay and grain,
aud pay highest market prices.
JEFFERSON AVE Main 57.
and Rugs .
You should select our store for your shopping place. Our
Lace curtains are quoted from $1.50 to $6 a "pair. Our
portiers, with their splendid coloring, are going at from
$2 50 to $12 a pair. Rugs, all kinds, all sizes, at all prices.
Remember us when you do your shopping preparatory
A to the Holidays.
ADCOOK & HARRIS, :
Yes, of course we hm
watches, the very best
watches made. We also
have Clocks, and every
thing in the Jewelry liur
J. H. PEARE.
Old Jewelry made to look ilk. new Repair work given prompt
v i-i.a vnsen care or attention. ...