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" " MAJESTIC
You can depend on a good THANKSGIVING DINNER if baked in a
- . AtJ E ST DC R;AWGE
It bakes right because His made right and of the Hht material Malleable and Charcoal Iron.
MRS. T. N. MURPHY, MB '
BUYING DRUG STORE GOODS
When you coma to Hill'. Pharmacy for wydrvg .tor. article i it i.
ITlCTZ nfunp. , no devour
money is yours immediate'y upon request.
PERFECT RUBBER GOODS.
W. thoroughly examine our RUBBER
ar. not perfect HOT WATER BOTTLES.- FOUNTAIN SYRINGES,
BULB SYRINGES. ATOMIZERS, complete new stock, fullly rubber,
long wearing, stand hard usage.
A. T. HIL.L- j
Promotion Druist ' LA GRANDE, OR r :
A SPLENDID INVESTMENT
Is a m'ij; which will build up your own town
The Aurelta Minir g Co,
Now offers the first block of stock of 100000
shares at 5c per share. The company has
400,000 shares of stock available for the de
velopement of the Standard Mines, which will
be done conservatively, and as fast as posible.
For further information call on s
J. A. THRONSON.
La Grande Evening Observer
WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 22, 1905
Published ; daily except on Sunday
One year in advance...-. ...........;.... $6.60
Six month, in advance 3.50
Per month ............ ....;..! 66
Single copy ' ....., 6c
EnteredTat the Post Office at La Grande.
Oregon, a. Second Class Matter.
CURREY BROS;. ED'S AND PROP.
IS MADE BY TAKING J
Especially through the t
Our stock is replete with hand
some desks, comfortable rockers,
dressers, sidebeards, iron beds
rugs, etc.. all combing with beauty
and usefulness .
5 Pictures and Mouldings
Charles Dana Gibson has ceased to produce those fine drawings for which
he wa. noted, we have a number of his handiwork in stock. Rembrant
water color, and Carbon Aristotyp.s make handsome ornaments. Framing
done her that is jest at artistic a. th. pictures themselves.
Eldridge and Ntw Royal Sewing machines are carried her.
ADCOOK & HARRIS,
' ADAMS AVENUE .
LA GRANDE IRON WORKS
Complete Machine .Shops and Foundry
General Blacksmith, Horse Shoeing and Wagon Work. Manufact
, ; er of Th. Fitzgerald Roller Feed Mill.
D FI T 3 t: R A L. D.
.The historian vainly ponder, over his
books In search of a period when' there
was a universal and upward movement
towards a better and freer life among
all the peoples of the earth as is now
stirring the whole human race. In' Russia
the movement attracts th. most attention
because of th. crash produced in break
ing through the crust of autocracy and its
supporting strata of intensified military-
ism, serfdom, theocracy and ignorance
But the same yearning for more freedom
to the masses for better condition' in th.
home life of the lowely and more honesty
among the rulers is awakening humanity
everywhere. China has more quietly than
Russia felt the dominant impulse of th.
age and is planning a constitutional gov
ernment. Japan has' already responded
to the call of her people for more liberty.
India is arousing from the deat-like
slumber of thousands of years and
lumanity is ascerting its rights in de
fiance of its long worshiped Veda which
bound the people to" the past customs
and laws and tedious and expensive
sacrifices that require a multitude of
priest, to b. supported, who Haid down
as law. "That if a man gives up his own
customs, and performs others, whether
out of Ignorance or covetousness he will
fall and be destroyed. A fool who ceases
o follow his own Sakha (school or educa
tion as taught by th. priests) wishing to
adopt another one, hi. work shall be
Bordering on polar ic. a. far north or
south a. men dwell. In the temperate
rones, and in earth's girdle of sunshine,
and continuous growth, ripening of fruit,
and perpetual bloom; in th. tropic and
where ever men abide the .am. impulse
s felt and there is a universal desirt for
better opportunities for th, lowly ' and
more honest among th. rulers and the
demand has gone fcrth from humanity
at large with a unanimity never before
witnessed, for freedom real and actual
for every creature that bears the image
of the God of the universe. " ' '
"Fleecy locks and dark complexions
Can not alter nature', claim
Skins may differ but affections
Dwell in black andt whit the same." .
The demand for rights and justice,
whicluare all included in tha grand hope
ful word freedom may not be granted
"But freedom's battle once begun.
Bequeathed from bleeding sire to son
Though baffled oft, is ever won."
It i. the same potent spell that is
arousing the whole world, that is moving
our people to throw off the yoke of politi
cal bosses and make the people in fact
what our form of government says they
are fre. and self governed. It is this same
demand for equal opportunities for all.
and special privileges to none that is in
ipirifig our people in their efforts to
punish grafters in high places and scoun
drels who have betrayed their trusts
nd used the power intrusted to them to
look out for the rights of all, so as to en
rich themselves or special friends at the
cost of the general public. The people at
great humiliation and expense have found
that real freedom and equal opportunities
can not be enjoyed or had, when govern
ment officials are corruptly using their
places to retain power, or enrich them
selves or partisans and hence the de
rnand for honesty in officials, and tha
evinced a disposition to punish such that
in violation of their official oaths and
pledges have abused the confidence placed
in them. : . ' ' "
To send away. A verv prettv custom it
that of sending to distant friends littie
tokens such as the souvenirs wa handle
We are showing a beautiful line of
souvenirs and a visit to. our store will be
most interesting to you, for here vou
find photographs of local scenet hurnt
leather novelties and souvenir post cards
Pewlin Uruo Co.
A Crcrp:n Death.
Blood poison creeps ud toward th
heart, causing death. J, E. Steams.
Bell. Plaine. Minn., writes that a friend
dreadfully injured his hand, which
swelled up like blood noisoninir.. Burl,
len's Arnica Salve drew out the poison.
healed the wound, and saved hie lif
Best in the -world for bums and mm.
25c at Newlin's Drug Store.
Stock Holders' Mterntf
Notice i. hereby civen that than
be meeting of the stock holder, of the
La Urande Commercial Club Buildinj
Association, in the library of the Com
mercial Club building on Tuesday, Dec
mber6th.,1906. al eight o'clock p. rr
ror th. purpose of electing a board of
W. Miller, President
Call up Main 29 for
NEW WALNUTS ALMONDS
Cluster Raisins Muscatel Raisins
Citron and Lemon Peel V!. ;i .
Dales v;;.'V .F!l;:
PHONE MAIN 29 Adaira Ave.
GAMES GAMES i
Holiday Novelties .
Golf glovts f r
E. M. Wellman & Company :
Heady For Business
WITH A FULL LINE OF FEED. HAY AND GRAIN
We are ready to buy all kinds of hay and grain, and pay the highest
market prices, .
IEFFERSON AVE; Main ST '
00 ACRE FARM FOR SALE
This farm is only 1 5 miies from La Grande, on the Elgin branch ,
of the 0. R. & N. Railroad, at the Rinehart spur. It will make
! several good homes, and will be sold in small tract, if desired.
There are three different young bearing orchards, and two good
houses on the place. In a good school district fre. from debt
Terms easy. ' (
Address. HENRY RINEHART.
Or call at the farm for full particulars.
'Notice is herebv o'wmn vnn m,tm
having left my home without just cause
or provocation, from and after this date.
i wm m no way be responsible for any
debts that she may comtract
Dated at Island City this, the 6th. day
of November, 1905. Joseph Anson.
Th. Observer ha. taken a number of
order, for engraved visiting card. a. a
result of th. advertising w. have been
doing for tha past two week. Thosa
wishing extra fin. work should give us a
call and see our line of samples before