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(dy to serve you
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boys' and child-
bility and price
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lewis Building, Opposite .Sommer House
M. S T U B B L E F I E LD
With the purchase of the Nebraska Grocery we have inaugur
d our own delivery service which will enable purchasers to receive
ir orders much sooner than heretofore. Phone in your order for
jr dinner and the deliveryman will have it to your door before you
, fnr nriroc tin drrtOf"lc
our goods are a
MRS. MAGGIE SHEARER
. D. H. STEWARD, Proprietor and Mgr i
( TUESDAY, NOV. 21 . j
A SURVIVAL Of THE FITTEST
Twenty-eighth Triumphant Tour ,
I Richards & Pringle's
New and bewildering Sights, Scenes and Sensations
, Without a parallel In the Minstrel world.
t PRICES 25c,
: I LA GRANDE
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er of The Fitzgerald Roller Feed Mill.- J
j D FITQ ERALD, I
Saved By DynamiU
Sometimes, a flaming city is saved by
dynamiting a space that the Are can't
cross. Sometimes, a cough hangs on so
long, you feel at if nothing but dynamite
would cure it Z. T. Gray, of Calhoun,
Ga., writes: "My wife had a very ag
gravated cough, which kopt her awake
nights. Two physicians could not help
her; so shp took Dr. King's New Dis
covery for Consumption. Coughs and
Colds, which eased her cough, gave her
sleep, and finally cured her." Strictly
scientific cure for bronchitis and La
Grippe, for sale by Newlin Drug""-Co.
Fjir 60c nd $1.00; guaranteed. Trial
aro at Imu as am anl
Introducing the Big 6
40 Emperors of
50c and 75c.
IRON WORKS I
Shops and Foundry '
The Exact Thins Required For
"As a certain purgative and stomach
purifier Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets seem to be the exact thing re
quired, strong enough for the most robust
yet mild enough and safe for the children
and without that terrible griping to com
mon to most purgatives." say R. S. Web
ster & Co., Udora, Ontario, Canada. For
sale by Newlin Druo Co.
. Kindergarten Wo k
Is there any young lady who would like
to take a training from 10 to 1 1 each
morning? If to please call upon Mrs. J.
M. Agnew at Kindergarten room. j
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Don't make the mistake of the old pro
verb, "Don't wait until the horse is stolen
before putting a lock on the stable door;"
don't wait until after Tuesday night, Nov
21, which is the date of Richards & Prfn-
gle'e Famous Georgia Minstrels, and then
say, "I wish I had gone, as everybody
said it was so great." Go and buy your
tickets right now and be right All the
good things in minstrelsy will be served
in a palatable manner. The parade will
take place at 1 ) :30 a. m.
BEST OF SEASOM
Without doubt. ."When Knighthood Was
in Flower," last evening was the best
attraction of the season and the best that
the theatre-goers of this city have wit
nessed for many seasons. To attempt to
describe the portrayal of Mary Tudor as
given by Roselle Knott, requires a prolific
pen. Her moods, her tribulations, her
ys and her sorrows were truly depicted
by Miss Knott. Seldom does so splendid
an actress visit La Grande, and those
who attended the performance last even
ing felt well repaid for their attendance.
The whole cast was excelltrt, and
Ogdee Stevens as Henry VI 1 and Nowel'
as Brandon, were extra good. Going on
through the entire cast it could be seen
I - k-4
a strong company to support Miss Knott
The play was clean' and wholesome
throughout. The public does not demand
the class of performances so often pre
sented as could be seen by their true
appreciation of this meritorious play.
Seattle, Wash., Nov. 20. The Alaska
convention this morning adopted a reso
lution which was wired to President
Roosevelt, thanking him for his interest
in the north and urging that he embody
the same recommendations in the forth
coming message that he recommended
previously, declaring for a territorial form
of government. The convention adjourned
until Monday to give the resolution com
mittee time to report on the many reso
lutions and memorials to congress before
BAKER CITY SENDS
MONEY TO JEWS
Sunday afternoon in response to a
telegram from Mr. SliifT of Portland, who
is at the head of the relief fund for the
Russian Jews, requesting that the He
brews of this city contribute something,
the sum of $ 1 00 was forwarded at once
to add to the amount raised. , ' '
As soon as the request had been re
ceived F. R. Melis at the head of a com
mittee went around among the Jews and
in lest than an hour had raised $100. In
a few days it it expected to send an
additional amount Baker City Herald.
Several Years Late
The Observer this morning received a
letter from California asking that a copy
of the daily Blue Mountain Sentinel be
sent to the writer. The letter was ad
dressed to the Sentinel and in the letter
to E. S. McComas at editor.
As near as we can Compute, the Blue
Mountain Sentinel has been out of ex
istence for 3 1 years, it having been es
tablished in 1863 and continued publica
tion for three or four years. Mr. J. H.
Stevens of this city, has the filet from
the first day of publication to the last
having been employed on the paper. .
We sent the gentleman the La Grande
Daily Observer, which although S 1 years
later, we believe could furnish him what
reading from this section he desires.
Brings Good Prices
A carload of pears grown this year by
J. W. Perkins in Jackson county, Oregon,
were shipped to New York,, and at an
auction sale brought $3,420. . After de
ducting freight and commission and all
other expenses from tho Medford station.
which amounted to $727.27, the grower
received $2700.73. This it said to be
the greatest turn ever paid for peart.
This drug store tries to serve every
customer so well that they will" not think
of going elsewhere for drug store goods.
A. T. Hill, Prescription Druggist
Terrific Race With Dra'h.
"Death was fast anDroachinir." writes
Ralph F. Fernandez, of Tampa, Fla., de
scribing his fearful race with death, "as
a result of liver trouble and heart di-
ease. which had robbed me of sleep and
of all interest in life. I had tried many dif
ferent doctors and several medicines, but
got no benefit until I be inn to use Elec
tric Bitters. So wonderful was their ef
fect that In three days 1 felt like a new
man, and today I am cured of all mv
troubles." Guaranteed at Newlin't Drug
store: price 60c.
LIT lit SJUVtMKj
To send away, A very pretty custem ii
uiat 9f sending to distant friends 1U'
tokens such as the souvenirs we handle.
We are showing a beautiful line of
souvenirs and a visit to our store will be
most interesting to you. for here you'll
find photographs of local Wanes, burnt
leather novelties and souvenir post cards
Newliu Druo Co.
Notice is hereby given that my wife,
Mollie Glass, has this day left my home
without just cause or provocation, and 1
will in no manner be responsible, from
and after this date, for any debts that she
.. Dated at La Grande, Oregon, this, the
16th. day of November, 1905.
C. F. Glass,
Stock Holders' Meet'ng
. Notice is hereby given that there wil
be a meeting of the stock holders of the
La Grande Commercial Club Building
Association, in the library of the Com
mercial Club building on Tuesday, Dec
ember5th.,1905, at eight o'clock p,'m.
for the purpose of electing a board of
Wm. Miller, President'
This is a good time for you to stock up
with stationery, and we think you wiU
if low prices are any attraction to you. .
Our holiday line of elegant box papers
has arrived, but we have no room for it
on mir shelves or in our cases, to must
quickly reduce our regular stock to make
room for it.
For the next week our prices en regular
standard box paper will be as follows:
10 for 7tf; 15 for 10 ; 26$ for 17f ;
35 for 25; 30 for 37.
- You have only to see these papers to
realize what an opportunity is offered you
by this sale. Come in and look them
over. . . Newlin Druo co. 1
Aftkr OuMins pomes Sunsmint
AFTKB I)K-ll'ONIltNCV COMICS Jot.
Aftkh SlCKNKNR comkh Hkai.tii.
Aftrr Wkaknkmi cumem Strength.
' Pr. Plnrt-e's Favorite Proscription iir
whul ilnet It all. (' a winder virher fu
HiHiuii Ixran.-w it Is NiUure'H rrmiai;.
arinptad t the neods of twentieth een
No AU'OHOI.. NO NARCOTIC, "NO INJURI-
rtim rmi'o. Mode of irlvcvrlc extract
from rixiUi. thentfom tlinlr virtues gn-w
in thorn in Suture' UilmmUrru, vl:
Lady's Sllpprr nt Mack Cohusli rout.
Unicorn root, Itlun Cohiwh root and
(lolilt'ii Seal root; extracts, combined,
nrcsiTVixJ without alcohol, by Ixx-Uir
Piwne's mra KC1Uir imxv. and In
the most cxKct . proportions to secure
tlin bot efftx-U.
If In nwii of careful, eompntant advice
before bttirmning treatment, you will re
ceive It without clmruo by wrltliui. and
Hating your case, to Dr. R. V. Pierce, ttttt
Ma'ii Stnt't HufTulo. N. Y. All letter
coulidentlnlly received and snswers sent
iu securely sealed envelope.
"I w a (tret sufferer for six Tests."
ritra Mm. (leu. Hok-ilmi. of Ml Honda Slri'i t.
rairliiaw. Mich. l cuntroencctl tulake your
'Ksvorlui I'rearrlpikjn' snd litre tikn ten
hoUlf In ell. Am now rcirular. after having
nilased two rear and suffered with pain In
the head anil hack. I wan ko nervous, could
not eat or atecp. Mow 1 can thank you (or
Dr. Pierce' Plonsant Pellets cure con
atlpatlnn. One lit tie Pellet" I a gimtln
laxative, and two 4 mild cathartic
Mod! Wood! Wood!
Good dry wood delivered
to any part of the city.
ANY LENGTH, ANY KIND.
Special prices on quantity
orders. No order too
large or too small
James Beavers, Red 1441
LA GRANDE SCHOOL
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PROF. DAY, PRINCIPLE.
. MRS. DAY, ASSISTANT.
This is one of the best musical in
institutions in the state, and that
people in thisVcity and valley are
begininng to discover the advantage
of this school. The system it the
latesi and most practical, and in
cludes all the latest .discoveries in
the art of teaching music. The
school is divided into two depart
ments; No. 1 is for beginners from
5 years or more and are taught
the first three grades. Pupils come
one hour each day. - This it no kin
dergarten system but far superior.
In No. 2 the grades are from 2 to
6. Here they graduate. Pupils
take one or two lessons a week as
they desire. No scholars will be
permitted to remain in this school
who do not study.
Opposite the Foley House over
the candy store. Phone. 473.
Better Lumber and Cheaper than it io sold in
La Grande, We Deliver it to vour Building.
.Grande Ronde Lumber Co.
. PERRY. OREGON.
THE CITY GROCERY AND BAKERY
E. POLLACK, Propr.
Syrup and Pancakes
Go together nicely these crisp mornings. Our syrups are fine, and we
have such fine brands at -
Tea Garden Drips, Rock Candy Drips
T;rlet, v Ruppt t avander. Townes' Top,
Perf erred Stock, Log Cabin Maple Syrup,
and Honey In the comb and cans r
Our pancake flours include such well known brands at
Buckwheat, It (X Self Rising and Olympic
It addition to pancakes and syrup a cup of M. J. B. Coffee, finishes
off just right We have a large supply of fresh, dry popcorn on hand.
Fine for winter evenings. :,, -
j Doors Sash, Shingles'jand if
In Urge Quantities direct from the factories and mills a
a yearly contract price,, and while we. pay the lowest
price we get the best goods, and can' afford to' sell at
figures that others buy for, thereby giving our customers'
the benefit of wholesale prices.
Are our specialties. Our feed roller is working steadily to supply
the demand for good feed. We have on hand a lot of fine wild and '
timothy bay which we can sell you either by the bale or carload.
The quality of our fuel is too well known to need description. We
have two wagons and all they have to da it to deliver your order as
soon is it is received at the office. . '
Grande Ronde Cash Company,
Jeffemon Avenue. J- . ,'
: Union Woolen
We have received a consignment nf tlninn n- wi
" Indian Robes which we have nn sale. These robes are ': J ,
snitable for couch covers, steamer robert and orna-
mental for Indian corners. vThe price range it from
$5.60 up ' i . .
j HENRY &o OARR j
I HOUSE FURNISHERS AND UNDERTAKERS ;
Phone No. 621. " J
J. CHenry. residence 664 J. J. Carr, residence S86
500 ACRE FARM FOR SALE
Tim farm is only 15 idiIm from La Grwde, on . the Elgin
Li neb of the O. K. & N. Railroad, at the Kmehart ipur.
It will make several KooJ home?, and will l e sold tn small
tracts i! desired. There are three different young bearing
orchards, and two good houses on the place. Iu a good
school district free from debt. Terms easy.
Address. HENRY RINEH ART.
Or call at the larm for full particulars.
Mills Indian Robes j
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ZUNDEL & LAWSON.
i cordiall invited. '