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H. MOL.ITOR M. D. ,
PHYSICIAN AND SURUEON
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PHYSICIAN AND ! SURUfcON
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T-hc La Grande!
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Offr, v.ry acsop.odittion fijrthe care pf
Ihe sick. Our oparaUng room it flitted
With every modern appliance and our
Wafds ere exceedingly comfortable. Un
denomitionI and free for all to enter
Employ any physician you Wish but in-istuponbW:An-V.e;L
Hospital. tPiitienU under' care of trained
nurses. Mrs Miwhib Ooooiiaii.. i
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t.UE MOUNTAIN MARBLE
: AND- GRANITE CO..
Ourstwi of Mi'rbl; an!
brviU is m Uriitti d astern
o-.iu ui .tiarari by
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.mini. dirjJi frjn Vjr.fljnt. Ou r
oricM are betur than traveling
tialesmio make and our work-.
Ship . Pannot eurpass
Give u an order for a , monumen.
land recaive 70ur moneys worth.:
Rates-On. cant a word.
cent word each subsequent inMr
"ort. Classified adds brUlg -quick r-,
UU. Try on today. ' y 5
Real Estate Loans,
An T amount m ..;..
IWU aslal. Loan closed
PP"?' a soon ., titl approved. La
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FOR RENT-A .uit. of pliant room.
r- 1617 Fourth street : ; ; N
F0R SALE-Th.A.V.OUw four loU
on Jefferson Avenue," Including plat-
. form scales. ? on. hundred and ten foot
porch running back to railroad track
O. H. Powers, the Minnesota land man
LOST A black .nr. lop. cootaing bank
' not8' nd paper, p,,. nU)rn to c w.
! Siut and receive reward. . . j
FORTY . aCRETRActT f ground Mar
La Grande, for rant with good build
' 'we, and fin toil Prica.from Dec Wt
1905 to March lit 1907. 122S. L
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LOST a pair of gold .y. glass, with
plm Dowt-wa- Jott aornawharr b.-
twaan Ed R.jTjoldj- plc and th. pot-
offloa. Finder Dlsksa ratum t
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WANTED Honest boy for night cashier
in restaurant..' Right boy hat ateady
foaiuon.. Queen R.taurant
FOR SALE Dutch Hyacinth bulba, for
window or. garden culture. Inquire
FOR RENT-Tw? atory house on Waah-
ingwm Avenue. 9 12 a month. Prof.
Day,' La Grand. School Musio. ;r. I
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ensandegga w can get. "Will pay
3 market price m iaah.? Grande Rood.
, Cash Company. Botn phones .
FOR, SALE 'Family horse and .surrey.
Phone Black 1618. . '
WANTED-Waitres at once at Model
FOR RENT Eleven room house, furn-
FOR RENT--Fumiahd housekeeping
rooms.' Inquire of Mrs. Noble, phone
v Black. 1021.
LOST Ladies black and gray collarette,
' ' Was lost between First street and th
Opera House. 'Return to Coffey's , bar
ber shop and receive reward.- '
FOR RENT Room with stove, electric
f light and bath.i At Mrs. Patty's,
The Exut Thing Required For
-'"As a certain purgative and . stomach
purifier Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets seem to be th exact thing re
quired, strong enough for the most robust
yet mild enough and safe for the children
and without that terrible griping so com
mon to most purgatives.4 say R. S. Web
ster 4 Co., Udora, Ontario, Canada. For
sale by Nkwih.Du Co. V V "
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' ' . , LODGE DIRECTORY
EAQLES-rU Grande Aerie 259 F. 0.
E. meets every Sunday night In K. of P.
hall at 8 p.m. Visiting brethren invited
to-ettend.. . Ppu-oc. WnS.
J: A.'Matqtt, W: P. ,-..
.1, O, 0F,-JLa Orande- Lodge No. 16.
meets in' their hall every Saturday night
Visiting brothers cordially invited to at
tend, y Cemetery ptat may be seen at
Model Restaurant . - James Moss, N. G.
I. R. Swoon, Sac .,
STAR ENCAMPMENTTNo.. 81,' I. 0.
0. F. Meets every first and third Thurs
days in the month in- Odd Fellows hall.
Visiting patriarchs Hlways welcome,
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Eomono Robimsom, Scribe. - ;
EASTERN STAR-0 E.. S.-Hope
Chapter No. 13 meets the secoad and
fourth Wednesday of each month at 7:30
p. m. In Masonic Temple. . i. v
Mertic Aldrich, W. M.
Mahy A. Waehick, Sec ; jl
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M. W. A.-La Grande Camp Na 7703
meets every first and third Wednesday
of the month at I. 0. .0. F. hall. All
visiting neighbors are cordially Invited to
attend.' E. Rkislahd. V. C
John Halu Clerk,'
' FORESTERS OF" AMERICA-Court
Maid Marion No. 22 meet. aoh- Thurs
day night in I. 0. R. M. hall. Brothers
are invited to attend.
Chas. Baktmus. Ctual Ranger.
C. S. Williams, Fia Sec. -Board
of Trustees Dr. Q. L. Biggers,'
John Hall and Herbert Pattison, .
FRIENDSHIP TENT No, i f, K. 0. T,
M.TMeeta second and tKWd. Wednesdays
each month in 1. 0..0.' Fv-4illi Visiting
Jtnighta welcome. V - , . .
.---OlT. WiaHRBBOn. Com.
Mo 0tCK;ii. Rs&rd Keeper . ', I
rta fl kl HI VENo.'a7.-MeeU every
ftrstathi 'rd Thursdays in the after
noea at k. I: Q..0 F, hall. - All visiting
Indie am welcome. , .
Lady Pqbter, Commander.
Bam Barxej, Recording Secretary. . ,
4B. P. 0. E. U GRANDE LODGE Noi
433 Meets each Thursday . evenins at
eight o'clock in Elks hall, on-Adame Ave-,
nue. Visiting Brothers are cordially- in-,
vited to attend.
F. S. IvAMHOK. Exalted Ruler!
G. E. McCuUr, Recording Secretary.
LA GRANDE LODGE W-T69L
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD Meets
2d and 4th Thursday f each month in
the I. U. 0. F. hall over postoffice. All
fsiting member weWome,
" W. W. Bimrr. Consul Commander.
J. K. WaiOMT. Clerk.
: WINTER FLOWERS
At the home of Samuel R. Deal in the
"old town" cart be seen a most beautiful
display of chrysanthemums, and ali
krrers of nowers should not fail to ee
them. Mr. Deal extends a most cor
dial invitation to alt who wish to see
theae truly beautiful winter flowering
plants to call at his residence and he will
be more than pleased in showing them t3
all who come. The walk to his house
will be a benefit to your health, and
look at these beautiful flowers will fill
your hearts with gladness and your soul
with joy. His Empress of Japan, Prin
ceas Oyama, Princess Takahara, Lillian
Russell, and the royals sixteen petal
White Crown are very nice. The extreme
cold snap in the early part of October
injured the plants considerably, and they
are not quite so profuse as they would
otherwise have been; but they are all
very fine. .-
'The writer of this is under many obli
gations to Mr. Deal for allowing him to
view his beautiful display of flowers.
rsons desirous of 'obtaining specimens
of those magnificent flowers should apply
at one as they will be a thing of the
past Here is the opportunity to win a
bright smile from your best girl, and
thanks from your dearest friend.
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i Real Estate Transfere
The following real estate -transfers
have been filled with Recorder D. H.
Proctor since November 16: "V-
I Jacob Delp to W. C. Getting. S,V Lot
I, N, Lot 4, block 7. Sommer's addition
to Elgin. Consideration $250.' -
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IB, Ip. , SR 40. Consideration.
D. I Davis to R. V. Davis, NW SE V.
NW E)i. SWJt' S12, Tp.'4, SR40.
Consideration, $600.; I-.
W.J. Dishmento J. T. Galloway, Block
37, Hindman'e addition to Elgin. Con
sideration, $2000. -
; J. L. Hindman to 0. A, Haskill. Lots 5
and 4, block 62, Hindman's addition to
Elgin. Consideration, $100. ....
, Jacob Delp to Ernest E. Allen, N lot
1, block 7, Sommer's additition to Elgin.
t Union Land Company to Robert Lloyd,
Jots 8. 9, 10, 11, 12 and 13, , block 2.
Imblar. Consideration $90. '
L Ida M. Moats to Lloyd & Gillispie. N
MB, block 1, Summerville. Considera
O.R. & N. Company to La Grande in
vestment Company, lota 4 and 6. block
47, Chaplin's addition to La Grande.
William Miller to Emil Miller SW'', S.
28, Tp. 2, NR 40. Consideration $1435.
Pendleton Savings Bank to O. E.
'Harper,' lot 8, block 15, Grandy's addition
to La Grande. Consideration $ 1 055. '
! Hanna Chaplin esUte to William Till
man lot I, block 8, Arnold's addition to
La Orande. Consideration $35,
Edmund Robinson to Scott GoodalL lot
8 and part of lot 2. block 79, Chaplin's
addition' to La Grande. Consideration
Jeanne Bogart to L. C. Pennell, part
SW SWtf, S. 8. Tp 2, SR 88. Con
sideration, $6000, '
H. U Buell to A. A.Roberts, S 18.
SWV S 17, Tp. 8. SR. 89. consideration.
Heirs H. L. Buell to A. A Roberts.
Sec 8. SWV. Sec 17. Tp. 8.' SR. 89.
: Henry L. Darling to M. L. Crawford,
N NW. Sec 29, NEJ NEJ S. 80,
Tp. 6 SR 41. Consideration $75008.
M. E. Osbum to; Rosa D. Spain, part
NWS 18, Tp. 4, SR 40. Consideration
$28." " ' - . . .
. S. C. Cummin to. W. C. Hill, lot 5.
block 8, Sommer's addition to Elgin. Con
sideration $78.' ' ' ' ' ;
L. E. Hooker to G. M. Richey, lots 10,
11 and 12, block 9, Romig's addition.
J: B. Nelson to John O'Bryant lots 12
and 13, block 24, North Powder. Con
Army Officer Arrested
Manila. Nor.4: 2S".r--Lleutenant , Hugh
Kirkman, of th Eighth Cavalry, has been
arrested at Foi-tTdcKinley on the charge
of, forgerjf. S,fs alleged tha? Uutenant
Krkmahjwa short of troop unds to th
amount ef $500, and that he .' raised th
mon.y by forging namee to a "note.
Arctic White Owl
An arctic whit owl wa killed by Han
r Pulley neaf Echo Saturday. This is
th Rrsi owl of this kind scat in this sec
tion for years: Its coming is said to be
the sign of an unusually hard . winter.
Athsna Prass. , j
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I lerrirc Race With Dari. ;
"Death was fast approaching." write
Ralph F. Fernandez, of Tampa, Fla de
scribing his fearful rac with death, "as
a result of liver trouble and heart dis
ease, which had robbed me of sleep and
of all interest m life. I had tried many dif
ferent doctor and several medicines, but
got no benefit until 1 began to as Elec
tric Bitter. S wonderful wa their ef
fect that in three days I felt like a new
man, and today. I am cared of all my
troubles." Guaranteed at Newlin's Drug
tor;pric 60c . c. .
Seattle. Nov. 23. Th building on
Grant street in which fir works were
manufactured for Wa Ching & Company
Chinese merchants, was wrecked by a
terrific explosion this aftereoon. One
white girl and two Chinese boys were
taken from its ruins badly hurt Other
bodies may be pinned under the debris.
Maybel Niverson. a white girl, was taken
out with face and hands badly burned
and suffering from internal injuries. Chin
Toy had his right shoulder broken and
wae also severely bumed. Tin Foy was
blind when rescued. The sight of both
eyes was destroyed by burns. Th cause
of the explosion is not known. The fore
of the exploion wa terrific and parts of
th building were blown for a block.
Digging Up Hop Yards
Eugene, Ore., Nov. 23. Th present
condition of the hop market is having its
effect upon the grower of Lane county,
and it is reported several new yards will
be abandoned and no new ones will be set
out next year, nor will any new hop
houses be built Marion Davis, a Spring
field grower, ha already commenced
grubbing up a fin young yard of 1 0 acres.
Many old growers, among whom are Geo!
A. Dora. Campbell & Walker and T. D.
Linton, will do but little work on their
varda next year, , making tha expense of
cultivation very ngni, wL;,
th yards will not produca over a third of
a crop at best Thoy cannot afford to
put th work on them that wa done this
year at the present price of crops.-Rose-burg
New York, Nov. 23. The electrical
show to be held at Madison Square Gar
den for two weeks, beginning December
12. will, it is announced today, be form
ally opened by President Roosevelt who.
by pressing a button in the White House,
will set in motion the machinery of the
A Cretping Death.
Blood poison creep up toward th
heart causing death. J, E. Steams,
Belle Plain. Minn., write that a friend
dreadfully injured 'his hand, which
swelled up like blood poisoning. Buek
ln' Arnica Salv drew out the poison,
healed the wound, and sav.d hi life.
Best In the world for burns and sores.
25c at Newlin's Drug Stor. ;
Under new management. ,.
Board and Room $5 per week, cash.
Meal 25cts.. Special rates furnished
monthly patrons. No. 1417 Adams Ave.
Phon No. 1161. )
Mus. W. E, Murchison. proprietress.
Saved By Dvnamite-
Sometimes. a flaming city Is saved by
dynamiting a space that tha fir can't
cross. Sometimes, a cough . hang on so
long, you feel as if nothing but dynamite
would cur it :Z. T. .Cray, of Calhoun,
Ga writes: "My wif had a very ag
gravated cough, which kept her awake
night. Two physician could not help
her; so she took Dr. King' New Dis
covery for Consumption, Coughs and
kColds, 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.
Price 60c and $1.00; guaranteed. Trial
bottle free. .,. w
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v Cleared For Action
When the body is cleared "and ready
forjiciion, by Dr. King's New Life Pills,
you can tell it by the bloom of health on
the cheeks; the brightness of the eyes;
the firmness of the flesh and muscles;
th buoyancy of tha mind. Try them, at
Newlin Drug Stor. 25 cent. '
FOR WINTRR WAH NG . ;
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i Our new machinery and additional help will nabt us. to do fair.7
Hy washii" CHEAPER. QUICKER and ' BETTER than you can do it
yourself. W call for and deliver your laundry quickly and make special
ty of rush order work. Give u a trial "and ysu will not be bothered
through th winter, with family washing ,1Jt , " ""' '
:- Vv;; "vv : '' ' H0NE
I . La Grnle, -
of the finest Beef. Lamb, Veal, etc. We
cater to a class of customer who are
fastidious and discriminating, tnd furnish
only the most
We will be pleased to have your order
whether you are providing for a small
family' or a hotel.
Wt'er In a Position
to offer you the best the 'market affords
in the way of meats. And our prices,
you know, ars always the lowest W
hand! only prim stock. Quality ;and
quantity guaranteed. Fine roasting pieces
of beef 8 and9. First class mutton, veal
pork and poultry equally low. Can't do
Grandy & Russell
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When you wish a nic Juicy roast or a
tender steak, or a pieca of boiling meat
orjpot roast just phone Main 48, and
you will soon have exactly what you da
sir. , J. BULL CO.
Phon Main 48. Remember tha phon
on tha directory as Boss Meat Market
Fall vegetables of all kinds at
. the lowest current prices. Our
appleeare especially full from
.,. 600 10 $1.00 a box. E dollar
, ' box gets you the best apples to
found in town.
"Watch for our new wagon which
, goes by your door daly.
SEATTIE GROCERY COMPANY
Main 7 . . :: ::- Z
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Old Furniture made Co look like
new at a moderate cot
PHONE. BLACK 401.
203 rir Street
i JAMES FARQUHAR50N, Prop
I CompIrU waurttuaot ol j
WINES, LIQUORS 1
AND CIGARS j
U Cold lunches and mixed drinks a )
specially. rair ana impartial ,
treatment to all. You are invilod
to call and get acquainted.' i
Blue Front Saloon
E. TH0RS0N, Propritfor,
':" . FINEST "
W I N KA LIOTJOnS
'iii!ril and doinoavic
Pot or cold lunch at all hours. J j
Janrao Avanaji, "-X
Palaco Salo i-
CHAS. ANDERSON Prop'
Always on hand.
Oppwlti'' n crt
CHRIS WRIGHT, Prop.
wlr!Pv I lAiinis,
Gentlemen ilwiyi Welcome
Eag-lo Sa n
v- ULRICH LOTTIS. Prop. ,
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WINES, LIQ! OKS
, Imported and Domestic.
laffanwa A van a a, Oppoail'dmut
50MMER H0 CAFE :
Pron AUin 6-1
Brick furnished in any quant.t
:.ty or any .
style. No contract too small or to ;
large. See samples nt our pressed 2
brick. ; '-; , '. , - , '' ? .- -v
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