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DR A U RlCHAkOM)N,
Physician and ureeon.
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. N. MONITOR M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Corner Atom toM u Depot BC
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PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
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Offloc Hours I W i 1 10 a
BACON & HALL,
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS
Offlr In Foley bundles. Main W.
C. T. Baoou, Uertdence Milu 18
. M. K. H;l Rwidmee Main 61
DKS. BIGGtkS & BIOOEKS
Puysiciane aud Surttouni
U W Elggeit, M. D. Uo. L. Bigger, M. D
Office BUck U21 Realdenr Main SO
Office RaMon Uullitlng over J. M. Berry'
store. Realiiere on Madlwn AVe. eeoouo
now wal of 'oru-ar reeldence, Dr. (i. W Blggtn
GRANDE - OKEUON
Profwaonal ealla promptly attended to
day or amhb
Oftua volenti Butldloe
Offer Black SI
Hfainnr Black II'.
C. H. Cmitli-trii
Offlo Ovr Hill Dru; Store
La Grande, Oregon
Dr. F A CHAKLTON
Office il AT Hul'a Drug Store
Grande, Oregon Phone 136 J
f Residence phone red 701
DR. W. T. D JWNE3.
TKTB&IHABY UIWEOS AMD
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ATUdKN KYS-AT LAW
Onto, m Kalaton Building
La Grande. u.
L A. PICKLfcR
Civil Mining. ltrigton fnginteiing nd
Entlmat.. Plana, and jllllrtiiona.
Hflce In Folty rmilding
La Ohakdb ORBook
Offers every accomodation for the care of
the sick. Our operating room is u"u
with every modern appliance ana our
wards are exceedingly comfortable. Un
denominational and free for all to enter
Fmninv n ohvsician you wish but m-
iiet upon bting taken to the U Grande
rA, Patients under care of trained
nurses. Mrs Minnie Goodman.
r Terrific Race With Death.
un..,L . .nnrnachinir." writes
ueaui waa -ri
Rloh P Farnandez. of Tampa, Fla., ds
scribing his fearful race with death, as
a result of liver trouble and heart dis
ease, which had robbed me of sleep and
.ii Li.r..t in life. I had tried many dif
ferent doctors and several medicines, but
got no benefit, until I began to use tiec
trie Bitters. So wonderful was their ef
fecL that in three days I felt like a new
i 1 am cured of all my
.L n...rntwd at Newlin's Drug
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storeipric 606." ' ' '
Rate One cent a. worrf, one-half a
cent a word each subsequent inser
tion. Classified adds bring quick re
sclts. Try one today. t'.
FOR RELIABLE ABSHiACTS OF
; TITLES eoto the La Grande Invest
ment Company, La Grande, Ore., in
FOR RENT A suit of pleasant rooms
suitable for light housekeeping. ! Inquire
at 1617 Fourth street
FOR SALE The A. V. Oliver four lots
on Jefferson Avenue, including plat
form scales, one hundred and ten foot
porch running back to railroad track
G. H. Powers, the Minnesota land man..
WANTED A young man can secure
employment in store in La Grande on
conditions. Call at Observer office. ,
FORTY ACRE TRACT of ground near
La Grande, for rent with good build
ings, and fine soil. Price from Dec. 1st
"1905 to March 1st. 1907. $225. U
Grande Investment Co.
LOST a pair of gold eye glasses with
p.ain bows, was lost somewhere be
tween Ed Reynolds' place and the post-
office. Finder pleasi return to this of
FOR RENT Two s.ory house on Wash'
ington Avenue. $12 a month. Prof.
Day, La Grande School Music. ,
HFUHTPn lir-u - .
FOR RENT Eleven room house,
ished. Ml 6 Fourth street.
LOST Ladies black end gray collarette.
Was lost between First street and the
Opera House. Return to Coffey's bar
ber shop and receive reward. r
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FOUND Ladies wool shawl-'-.. Was
found in the street near Golden Rule
.Store. Call at this office.
WANTED Au elderly lady to make her
home in family of Ave and help with
work. Phone Black 1612.
FOR LENT Housekeeping rooms, new.
well furnished. Edmond Robison house.
Call Red 702. ' -
FOUND Turkey on S. street near Geddes
store. Fell from a hack. Call at J.
De vine's 615 S. street and pay for
TO LET A nice suit of furnished rooms
can be arranged for light housekeep
ing. Apply to Mrs. C. R. Thornton.
A Creeping Death.
Blood poison creeps up toward the
heart, causing death, v J. E. Stearns,
Belle Plaine, Minn., writes that a friend
dreadfully iniured his hand, which
swelled up like blood poisoning. Buck
len a Arnica Salve drew out the poison
healed the wound, and saved his life.
Best in the world for burns and sores.
25c at Newlin's Drug Store.
EAGLES La Grande Aerie 259 F. 0.
E. meets every "Friday night in Redmen
Hall. Lewis Buildingat 8 p. m. Visiting
brethren invited to attend.
J. E. POLLOCK, W. 5
A. Matott, W. P.
I. O. O. F. La-Grande Lodge No. 16
meets in their hall every Saturday night.
V atinor brothers cordially invited to at
tend. Cemetery plat may be seen at
Model Restaurant. James Moss, N. U
I. R. Snook, Sec.
STAR ENCAMPMENT. No. 51, I. O,
0. F. Meets every first and third Thurs-
davs in the month in una reuows nan,
Vititinn oatriarchs always welcome,
- I. R. Shook, C. P.
Edmond Robinson, Scribe.
EASTERN STAR. O. E. S. Hope
Chapter No. 13 meets the second and
fourth Wednesday of each month at 7:30
p. m. in Masonic Temple.
Mertie Aldrich, W. M
Mary A. Warnick, Sec.
M. W. A.- La Grande Camp No. 7703
meets every first and third Wednesday
of the month at I. O. O. F. hall. All
visiting neighbors are cordially invited to
,rtBnrl ' E. REISLAND, V. C.
John Hall, Clerk. ,
FORESTERS OF AMERICA Court
Maid Marion No. 22 meets each Thurs
day night in I. O. R. M. halL Brethers
are invited to attend.
Chas. dartmess, oniei nanger.
C. S. Williams, Fin. bee.
Board of Trustees Dr. G. L. Biggers,
John Hall and Herbert Pattison.
FPIRNDSHIP TENT No. 31. K, O. T.
M Meets second and third Wednesdays
each month in I. O. 0. F. hall. Visiting
knights welcome. -
Mox Bloch, Record Keeper.
I. O. T. M. HIVE No. 27. Meets every
firr and third Thursdays in the after
noon at the I. U. u. r. nan. visum
ladies are welcome.
, ' LADY rO.RTER. uomiranum.
Haiel Barnes, Recording Secretary..
B P. 0. E., La GRANDE LODGE No.
433-Meets each Thursday evening at
eight o'clock in Elks hall, on Adams Ave
nue. Visiting Brothers are cordially m-
' F. S. Ivanhoe. Exalted Ruler.
G. E. McCully. Recording Secretary.' '
LA GRANDE LODGE No. K9,
WOODMEN Oh . ThE WORLD Meets
nj itti Thurddav of each month in
tne I. O. 0. F. hall over postoffiee
visiting members welcome
W. W. Berry. Consul
J K. Wright, Clerk.
FRIDAY DECEMBER FIFTEENTH
, Managers will tell you no matter how
strong or impressive a play may be be.
women, who in everday life would swoon
at such- a small thing as a mouse, seldom
faint in a threitre. Two American
stars have had the experience, within
few months, of looking over : the foot
lights to see women fainting in their seats
The terrible prisont scene in Resurrec
tion" which Miss Blanche Bates played
ast season, had its swooning victims in
the audience, and the horrors of the
great third act . in "Ghosts" the Ibsen
drama, in which Mr. Harry Mestayer is
starring, has wrought so upon the nerves
of women in the audience that they have
fainted. It is in the third act that the
notable struggle between Oswald Alving
and his mother occurs, and the climax of
the act has been called, by James Hune
ker, the great critic of the New York Sun
' the most fearful climax in contemporary
drama" "Ghosts" will be presented at
the Stewards Opera house .Friday Dec.
is. ' . ,
" ; eagle's night'
The McEwen entertainment last night
received more attention than at any pre
vious evening. Some new features were
introduced and all the old ones repro
duced. The entertainment was up to the
usual standard, but the committee cf
leading Eagles failed to be in evidence.
The subjects used were the same who
have been upon the stage at each of , the
other demonstrations. From appearances
some one must have had an " acute case
of cold feet. Tonight winds up the week
of hypnotic fun and education, j
COMMERCIAL CLUB DANCE ?
The regular Friday evening Commer
cial Club dance , which was given last
evening was one of the most successful
yet given by the club. : The musio fur
nished was of the highest class, and all
present spent a most enjoyable evening.
ORANGE HALL ITEMS .
The literary Friday night was unusually
Question, "Resolved , that civilized
nations should interfere with the treat
ment of the Russian Jews." It was ably
discussed in favor of the affirmative.
The literary program was also excellent
Tne basket social that followed was a
success in every way. Auctioneer
Stringham succeeded in forcing the eales
up until $58 dollars was the amount on
the table. To add to the evening'e enter
tainment, President W. T, Stein furnished
a number of sele ctions from hie phono
I feel that these items would not t
complete without refer, ing to the most
excellent -Thanksgiving exercises last
Friday evening by the school under the
skillful management of Miss Broggs who
has proved herself a moet excellent teach
er, the evidence of which was ehown by
the quality of her work. ,
1 A DESERVED PROMOTION
From -a. Tacoma paper we learn that
"Toots" Kirkpatrick, who is well known
and ha many friends in this community,
and who has for the past five years held
a position in the office of Northen Prcific
at Tacoma, - has received a well earned
promotion of several degrees, ' and his
many friends here send him their hearty
congratulatione and best wishes upon his
good fortune. .
A BENEFIT TO LA GRANDE
r . Ueibel returned from buying spring
goods from the main trade center of the
world for The Fair, including many ex
ceptional values in new and seasonable
goods which will be offered to the'r trade
as they arrive. Indications are that
merchandise will be higher in the. spring
which they have anticipated by buying
early. ' '
A RARE SIGHT
Any person wishing to see a fine flock
of fowls, should not fail to see those
truly beautiful white Plymouth Rock
thoroughbreds of Jap Stevens'. They are
of the purest breed and are from one of
the best poultry yards in the east; and
their snow white plumage and bright red
C3mbs is a sight that would - cheer the
heart of any lover of fine fowls.
A NATIONAL THEATRE
A national theatre is to be established
at New York. Wealthy men have com
bined in raising afund of $3,000,000 to
found euch an institution. Heinrich Con
ried, director of grand opera at the me
tropolitan opera house. New York, will
have charge of it. The block between
Sixty-second and Sixty-third street on
Central park has been bought for a site
and the threatre itself will cost $2,000,-
000. It is proposed to produce the best
in drama ana opera ana to encourage
American playwrights and composers
througn tne national theatre as far as
possible. The immense foyer of ' the
theatre will be made a valuable art gall
ery. The moral tone and educational
value of the theatre in this country should
be raised to a much higher level : through
the influence of the institution- proposed
HEW FIRM .
The Zeek saw mill was sold this week
to a syndicate of mill men who will take
immediate control. A company will be
formed - and ' capitalized, at $100,000.
big lumber business will be carried on
and in all probability another mill erected
in trie spring. There are several town
ships of good lumber to be cut off In the
neighborhood of the mill besides a large
body of yellow pine fir, and tamarack
extending for miles to the. East and
North. The Incorporators are J. E. Fogg.
L. Jacobs, J, H. Lloyd and H. J. Lucas
It it rumored that Mr. Zeek has the
contract to place a large quantity of
logs in the mill yards during the winter.
This will surely add considerably to the
volume of business in the town of Union.
HOPE CHAPTER NO. 13 0.LS.
On Wednesday evening Dec. 13th.
1905, Hope Chapter No. 13.0.E. S.. will
hold their aunual election of officer. AU
members are requested to be present .
Mertii Aldrich, W. M.
Mary A. Warnick, Sec.
REAL ESTATE LOANS Any amounts
on city and csuntry real estate. Loan
closed promptly, ae soon as title is ap
proved. La Gbandi Investment Com
pany: To the Ladies
Kindly ask ou phone your grocer, and have him tell you about that
. BLVE STEM PATENT FLOUR
It can't be better. Just try a sack and if you don't say it Is the
best yet, it won't cost you anything. We will etand the loss and
see that you get your money back or more flour. Made by the
i La Grande
, . ' O. M. STEWARD,
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15
MR. HARRY MESTAYER '
In HENRIK IBSEN'S great play of Heredity f
The day rhat hae arroused more
',.A wonderful soul reaching per
formance Mestayer a great young
actor.' Louisville Courier-Journal.
The play rhat hae arroused more discussion on two continehU
than any other that was ever written. .
"The most brialiant dramatic performance
season.", Chicago News.
; PRICES-Louer floor 75c. and JI.OO. Boxes $1.50,
X, CalCry 25C and 50C, Seatg on sale Wednesday at Van Burens.
wiih Ibsen's "Ghosts.."
NO DRUGS TOR THE CHILDREN "
Dr. Alfred Hand, at a recent ' meeting
of the Pennsylvania State Medical Society
contrasted former methods of treating
children with those of today, declaring
that even in the case- of pneumonia no
drugs should be used, but, onlyth matter
of diet oburvad., OiteapahUts, thnugn
the correction of the structures, very
materially add to the hands that might
be had through the regulation of diet.
' And Osteopath's ' success in the treat
ment of children has been one of the most
notable features of the advance of the
new science. .
; UNION ITEMS
: Seth Maxwell returned from the Will
amette this week.
0. E. Harper, of the La Grande cream
ery, was in the city Tuesday on business.
H. C Susewind. the genial landlord of
the Centennial Hotel, returned from llli
"The Great McEwen" scored a frost
at Union Saturday night last, and failed
to open up a good show that struck
town at the wrong time. ;
- Where is there another town of the size
of Union m the Inland Empire that would
raise $46.. 0 in one day to apply on a new
church build:ng? Union did it last Sun
day. There is. money in this section.
of La Grande and
Ailuing Gq. I
Proprietor and Mar ,
' r ,
discussion on two continehU than
"Never has any play created snch
a sensation in Los Angle." Los
Angeles Examiner. .
You will "always find,them at
Propeck's Second Hand Store
Asksee the $3.60 kitchen
table. Stoves from $1.60 up
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