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G L. BIGGERS fc. D.
' pHifticiAN and Surceon
Office Ralston Bid. over J.M.Beiry i store
Gtftce Phone Black
Residence Phone Red
' DR. A. L RICHARDSON
Physician and Surgeon
Office over Hill' Drug Store.
Office Phone 1562 Residence Main 65
Cor. Adams Avenue and Depot St
Office Main 68 Residence Main 68
; WILLARD SMITH
' PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
lewis Building, opposite Sommer House
Office hours, 1 to 4. 1. to 8. p. m.
Phone Main 71
BACON & Hall
PHYSICIANS AND SURCEONS
)Hice in Foley Building. Phone Main 1 9
C. T. Bacon residence. Main 1 8
M, K. Hall residence. Main 52
DR. H. VOLP.
' Physician and Suroeon
Office: Corpe Building. Telephone Main 80
. Call answered day 'or night.
DR. F. E. MOORE
DR. H. C. P. MOORE
Kirksville Graduates, under Founder
Office Sommer Buildintr
Phones: Office Main 63; Res. Main 64
CRAWFJ.D & CRAWFORD
Attohneys-at-Law ' '
Ik "RANDB , ORKQON
Office in Foley Building
. . J. W. KNOWLES
A iorney and" Counsellor at Law
Office in Ralston Building
La Grande, Oregon.
H. r. WiiXiams ATc. Williams
Office in Ralston Building
Lt Grande. Oregon
Civil, Minino, Irrioation Engineering;
Estimate. Plans, and Specifi
cations. Office in Bohnenkamp
La Grandb. Orkoon
C. B. CAUTHORN
. Office over Hill's Drug Store
La Grande. Oregon
'' TEPINARV SUffflgQM
DR. P. A. CHARLTON
Office at Hill's Drugstore, La Grande Or
Residence Phone Red, 701
Office Phone 1361 Farmer Line 68
. PN!iSriVA!M MILITIA IN (AMP
OVr!p Npb Anicl:itinn
UettysDurg, Pa July 21 -The d, vision
encampment of Hie National Guaid of
Pennsylvania otfically oned this morn
mg. although the advance euard erti
here several days ago to erect tents ina
prepare everytninu for the sheltering ana
maintenance of me troops and fur tiw
organization of trie various duties cjh-
nectea wnnuie provost, commissary and
other departments. Part of the troops
arrived yesterday evening and nearly all
the rest during this morning. By after
noon alt the troops included in the division
encampment will be in full runnino nr.w
The encampment is under the command
ot Ueneral Jinn W. SchalU The troops
troops win remiin in carnp until July 29.
when they will return to their respective
homes, except those troops that will he
selected to take part in the regular army
encampment at Mount Gretna, where
will be assembled troops from New York,
New Hampshire. Michigan. Illinois. Ohio.
Delaware and Virginia, with General
Frederick D. Grant in command.
A gold medil will be presented at the
division encampment here to the oldest
member of the Pennsylvania National
uuard in continuous service. This medal
may be awarded to enlisted men, com
missioned on non-commissioned officers.
The claim of each candidate must be
supported by the records in the adjutant
Sea Girt. N. J.. July 21- The Fifth
Regiment of the New Jersey Militia went
into camp here today for one week. .
' Lumbrook, Del , July 21 -The First
Delaware Infantry. National Guard of
Delaware, went into camp on the Morrow
Farm, a short distance from here, today.
The site i considered far superior to that
of any previous encampment and offeis
special advantages for field work' and
' ' REDUCED RATES ON GRAIN
Local agents along the line of the 0. R.
& N. have been advised by the general
freight agent of the company, that, on
shipments of grain and flour, including
wheat converted into flour at Portland by
sailing vessels to European ports, the
rates will be 30 cents per ton of 2240
pounds, less than the regular tariff rates.
. While this reduction is. doubtless, the
result of the recent readjustment of rates
in the state of Washington, it will prove
to be a most important feature ir. stimu
lating the export trade throughout the
Pacific Northwest, one that could be
surpassed only by one of a very similar
nature, with an amendment of about a
ten fold increase on the amount of reduc
tion stipulated Haines Record.
WALKS THIRTY MILES A DAY
San Francisco. Julv 20. Nicholas
George, a Greek and a pedestrian 24 vears
of age, has arrived here from Anstra'ia
enroute to Budapest on a walk around the
He must on this pedestrian trip, walk
30.000 miles in three years and three
months, and at the end of that time get a
purso of $20,000 from the international
Tourist club of Budapest.
He commenced his trip at Cario. EevDt.
November 17, 1904.
According to his story he walks 30
miles a day and that he has accomplished
the different stages is vouched in a diary
by "All sorts and conditions of men."
Among them were the Duke of Con
naught, khe emperor of Abvssinia' and
Following The flag
When our soldieis went to Cuba and
the Philippines, health a as the must im
portant consideration. Willis T. Morgan,
mured Commissary Sergeant U. S. A ol
Rural koute 1, Concord. N. H., says: "I
was two years in Cuba and two years
in the Philippines, and being subject to
colds. 1 took Dr. King's New Discovery
for Consumption, which kept me in per
fect health. And now in New Hampshire
we find it the best medicine in tne world
for coughs, colds, bronchial troubles and
all lung diseases. Guaranteed at Newlin
Drug Co. Price SO els. and $1.00.
"J rial bottle free.
- NOTICE TO WAEfti COhJIUi
Notice is hereby given Co all c msumers
if water in the city otLaUrando, Oregon.
lli.it all parties wiio wish to irrigate, are
required to Tile an application for the
same, with Hid City Rucuider.
Irrigation hours; The laws for irri
gation are as follows; tumi ii:iO to 7:30
Sijnol: H C. CiLAt. Water Supt
Dated April 3 I 06
Dra'tu from Appendicitis
decrease in tm same ra.io that the use
ot Dr. King s New Lilu Pills increases.
Tiiey sava you from danger and bring
quick and painless release from consti
pation and the ills growing out of it.
Strength and vigor always follow their
us. Guaranteed by Newlin Dhuo
25c. Try them.
CaCI CS - La Graiwir Ai n 1 t i O
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Jr. U u. rigger W. P. .
i. O. O. F.--La Gran-ie Lod,je M0. !5
meets in their hall every Saturday n.ght
vis,tir.g brothers cordially inviu-d to at
t.7ld' , ,Cemet'iry P'at may he sten at
H. E. Coous.jf.. N G
D. E, Cox. Sec.
STAR ENCAMPMENT. Nr.. 31. i O
O. K- Meets every first and third Thiirs
iays in the month m Odd Fellows hail
visiting patriarchs always welcome,
n r - c L a E- f'OVLER.'c P.
D. E. Cox. Scribo.
M. W. A.- La Grande Carnn No. 7703
meets every first and third Wednesday
of the month at I. O. O. F. hall. u
visiting neighbors are cordially invited to
attend r c um:
i 1, . . w- "imams, v.
John Hall, Clerk.
FORESTERS OF. AMERICA -Court
Maid Marinn Nn 99 mt,tn ...u -r- .
day night in Redman hall. Brutlwr
re invited to attend.
, . c KkkpHon Chief Ranger
L. Snoocrass Financial Sec.
Board ai TnKiuor. n- n. i i
John Hall and C. S. Williaml
, FRIENDSHIP TENT No. SI. K OT
l.--Meets second and fourth Wednesdays
ach month m I o o p hn . .
n ' H. C. Hall, Com.
.ox Bloch. Record Keeper
L. O. T. M. HIVF N,, 07
tirst and third Thursdays in the after
noon at thfl tBilmnn I , . 1 1 All
. ..mi, ru vrjium."
ladies are welcome.
MAimi-- I nun. I tI.. r , . .
. C. Vkssey. Record Keeper.
B. P. 0. E., La GFVANDE LOIIfil' Nn
433 Meets eacii Thursday evening at
eight o'clock in Elks' hall, - on Adams
Avenue. Visiting Brothers are cordially
invited to attend.
r l" PI... . r ,, , , .
U. E. McCui.ly, Recording Secretary
U GRANDE "LODGE No. 169.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD M ..i,
every Friday of each month in
tne K. of P. hall in the Corp building. All
visiting members welcome.
FhEo Jaooiis Consul Commamlor
J. H. KM-.NB.Y, Clerk.
RED CROSS "lOL)GeT No. 27 -Meets
every Monday evening in Cj-,lle Hall.
Corpe building. A Pythian wulcome to
all visiting Knights,
N. L. Acki.fs. C. C.
R. Pauison. K. R. & S.
ple No. 9 meets everv Weiinr--.il.iv own
ing at 8 p. m. in the rt. of P. Hall in the
Corpe building. Visiting members cordi
Milly Frawley M. E. C
Eunice Procter M. of R. & C.
ri ', n
r- irT kas lie
v XL nun rlv UO
A230LUTELY THE BIGGEST SHOW DT
Y0?.LD, TO WHICH 13 NOW ADDED THE THRILL-
IXG 1CC0-CIL?ACTER SPECTACLE.
FIGHTING THE FLAMES.
Scenery' Representing A Whole City Stage Bigger than 100
i:;t.uris superb tostur.ies Ila-iiificent Electrical Effects
MOST CIGAIITIC AMUSEMENT FEATURE EVER' DEVISED.
BIGGEST MENAGERIE ON EARTH,
Tailc.t Giraffe Alive Kupe Hippopotamus Only Rhinoceros
Citptivlly Den of Giant Po!..r Pears A Whole Caravan of Camels?"
TMree I.'erJs of rie,i!ia;it;j, and Hie Biggest Collection of Caged Ani-
' t IC LI IU.
Mm''h SUPERS S-FOLD CIRCUS.
(.i'tm vy'rs.rir,'". - -
Wpf lt.MV.TAj?rjr SENSATIONAL I'ZATURES MOST ASTOUNDING OF ALL,
I JARFUL TRIP TO THE MOON,
-i rr-Vt.Va'n.f' '.'.! HL MOST HAZARDOUS
A few tons of Bound Bald Barlev hav
tor sale close in.
C. D. Huffman.
NEW BRIDGE ACCEPTED
The county judges of Union and Wal
lowa counties met at the Wallowa bridge
last Friday and inspected the bridge thai
has just been constructed across Wallowa
river. The officers cave the structure a
thorough inspection and declare it to be a
first class bridge in every respect. The
structure is probably one of the best in
Eastern Oregon and was built by the
Seattle Construct iin Co. El(jm Re
CARD OE THANKS'
We wish to cxtund our most heartfelt
thanks to the many friends and neighbors
who so benevolently came to our assist
ance duiing our recent bereavement.
W. H. Allstott And family.
Mi s. SruLTS and family.
TRIM IIP NOTICE
By the order of the City C imicil
Mayor was in-,Uuc'.ed tn notify by publ
ication, the owiiiii or a'-.:nls of Inl
and bio ks w thin the city to h.ne thi
Iringes und lings on the in.irgins of
'.ha sta.'ts .ind Md.-walks trinimed up and
S noothed down by pruning trees so the
iiinlis will not absiiuct the streets or
udf walks or inlorferu with head ge.ir ol
,ud'j-iti'iaiii or dran the hay olT wagon
pissing along the stieets and by cuttnii;
and leinoving tlio grass and w eds thai
are unsligiuly or may be c.iuseof lira.
You are also i .?q,.'sttd t) remove t'u
dry gra.-.s and w . j.ls it 1 n I -'s I .-, -t m ry
endanger adjoining properly during the
J. 13. SroooARp
See our windo We have a special saie
if Biushns and CjhiK 2 J ,'tr c.rt o:t
f the iguiar piit w..icfi was ane idv
low. II ou uili'l lonie tea'piu.ne us.
Ni.wi.in Duuu Co.
v. r'- ' :- or l rnrnnl r-
DOUS FEAT iOF: ALL.
Fo:enw;t IvlJer, 'Incomparable Aerial
Stars Supreme. Grottoes and Comnanieu
T!ie Gr. af :,t Acrobni-,, tlie
l uiuiv Clowns.
vij - .u: ..mu uuLouise :,nu Aermi enclave rillea with
WOJIVii i-ORI;MOT AR1-N1C8TAR8.
GORGEOUS STREET PARADE,
a i m u-t A. i.r.
vj, . V
I.AHr."ST PACE ANT
xmlLY at 2 find a T T., r . tt ..
ra.v tickiit ADA,rr.; :,rLt aaCr
V; iL o "uniiiuii i lends can oe becurcd on Show dav at the Watt Dmo- r.r
At the Same Prices Charged on the Show Grounds. , S G
mm 3 :.
PAITS THAT PLAY
the kind that have no real
"body"- have noplace in i ur
stock, linmitati.m paint is
worse than no p unt at. all.
We have a care in providing
p i Hit tint liiis tne w .sl.
piesei - it, .ml i to its ap
peaianc.e and altogether J..es
what an A I paml shop
TANIELS & JARMAN;
Paiicr lUinScrs anil
La Grande National Bank
ESJABL;ISHF;D 8 8?
tnitcfl States Depositary
Capital Stock, Surplus and undivided profits S!60,0)0 0()
01-KCl-l.S AND DIRIT.rCliW
"E0RGE PALMER, Vukx. J. M. BERRY, Vice Pruent.
F. L. MEYERS. Cawifr,
W. L. BREN'HOI.TS. Asmstam- Cashifr.
GEORGE L. CLE AVF.R. F. M. BYRKit. A. 'll. COtlLLY.
CC-PKeilNOTON. F. J. HC1.WES.
I OXFORD PIR
JAMFS FARQUHARS0N, rop.
General banking business,
pcrti of the world
Drafts drawn on
Cutnplru HftMirttuunt Of
jj AND CIGARS
J Cold lunches and mixed drinks '
: specialty. Fair and impartial
! treatment to ail. You are invited
i J to call and get acquainted.
I J L MARS,
I Contractor and Builder
IValer in BinMinu Material
Building Stone, Clean Coarse Sand and
Gravel delivered. '
La Grande, Oregon ,
Urn a lino n,vt;n ... i. 1
..... i.u,i( vum, ana I will
n:.T.e tre re'i. rn:e
uz wan & o
THE ORIGINAL. J
A Well Known Cure for Piles.
Cures obstinate sores, chspped hands, eo j
rema, skin diseases. Makes bums and s.al-is ;
rainless. We could not improve Ihcqu ;
I paid double lire price. The best saiva ;
;hal enpehonce can produce or that nio:.ey '
:an buy. j
Cures Piles Permanently j
DsWItt's Is the original and only pure an? i
If nuine Witch Hazel Salve made. Look to !
Hie nama DaWITT on every box. All olhert ;
js courlerfeit. rirmriY
K. C. OeWITT 4 CO.. CU1CAOO
A. T. run, brus
THE WOFiDER WORKER
"""" 6 B Arm
CHAS. EBY. SR.. of Elizabeth. III.. wrlt. t -4
siciansvvho treat ud rr.o for La Crippo Wit ou, ft i" !,",: , !
bought a Sl.OO bottio of DK. KING'S NEW DISCOVCRY and iftrr t,Li 8 ard
of this ono bottio I was ent.rcly cured." Ul and aftor taking rents
PSi)cand$I.C3 ABSOLUTELY GUAR APJTFFnt Trlil . tt-etfrn
SCLD !I3 RECOMMENCED BY
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