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Q L EIGCERS K. D,
Physician and Suroeon
Offlco Ralston Bid. over J.M.Eei ry's store
Office Phone Black 1321
Residence Phone Red 1001
DR. A. L. RICHARDSON
Physician and Suroeon
Office ovar Hill'a Drug Store.
Office Phone 1362 Residence Main 66
N. MOLITOR M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SUROEON
Cor. Adams Avenue and Depot St
Office Main 68 Residence Main 68
PHYSICIAN AND SUROEON
Lewis Building, opposite Sommer House
Office hours. 1 to 4. 7. to 8. p. in.
Phone Main 7 1
BACON & Hall
PHYSICIANS AND SUROBONS
Oflic in Foley Building. Phone Main 1 9
Z. r. Bacon residence, Main 1 8
M, K. Hall residence. Main 62
DR. H. VOLP.
Physician and Suroeon
Office: Corps Building. Telephone Main 80
Calls answered day or night.
DR. F. E. MOORE
UK. H. C. K MOORE
Kirksville Qraduates, under Founder
Office Sommer Building
Phones: Office Main 63; Res. Main 64
CRAWFORD St, CRAWFORD
LA IRA HOI ORKC
. ' Oftlce In Foley Building
A rORNIT AND
Office in Ralston Building
La Qrandt, Oregon.
hT f. Williams A. C Willians
attorneys-at-la : ,
Office in Ralston Building
Li Qrartde. Oregon
L A. PICKLER
Civil, Minims, Irrigation Enoinekhino
and surviyino .
Estimates, Plans, and Specifi
cations. Office in Bohnenkamp
1a Qrahoe, Oheoon
C. B. CAUTHORH
Ofrk over Hill's Drug Store
a Granoi, Ohkoon
DR. P. A. CHARLTON
' VETERINARY SUROEON
OnVe at Hill's Drug Store, U Uiaiuie Oi
Residence Phone Red, 701
Office Phone 1361 Farmer Line 68
(Hcrlppa Newa Association)
London. July 28 The recent discoveries
made by the expedition under the aus
pices of the British School of Archaeology
in Egypt, founded by Prof. Petaie, are of
more than ordinary importance and inter
est. The greater part of the work was
done in the land of Goschen in which the
Isrealites dwelt during their prosperity
under the vizorship of Joseph, and also
where, during their bondage they built the
store cities for Pharaoh. There was also
another problem to be solved. Between
2600 and 1600 B.C. Egypt was over
run by a horde of Asiatic conquerors
known as the Hyksos. Having subjugat
ed Egypt, they built a city in the fertile
land of Goschen, which they called Av
aris. This city has never been discover
ed, but Prof. Petrie has found the re
maines of a camp city at Tel-el-Jehudi-yah.
Another important discovery was
the finding of the second store city built
by the Israelites and cailed Ramses. It
was identified by its ruins at Tel-el-Ret-hh
"P1 ruins of the tsr.p'.s built by
the Jewish high priest Onias, who fled
from the persecutions under Antiochus
Epiphanes, were found in a mound on the
west side of Tel-el-Jehudiyeh. Many im
portant and valuable antiquities were un
earthed by the exploring party and are
now on exhibition at the University Col
lege, in this city, where they will remain
to the end of the month. The work of
the school has been remarkably success
ful during the past year.
Hinnan D. Cook, one of the best known
engineers in the employ of the Northern
Pacific, has disappeared. He was one of
party of fishers along the Yellowstone
river. The party scattered along the
stream during the day and Cook failed
to appear at the evening roundup, and
cannot since be found. It is believed he
Roadmaster Pete Grant of La Grande
division of the 0. R. S N., has just return
ed from an outing in the John Day coun
try Pendleton E. O.
HOIK Or STRUT IMPROVEMENT
Notice is hereby given, that the City of
La Grande will improve Second Street
therein, by placing the same on estab
UheJ grade, and properly making all
necessary outs and fills, from the inter'
rectjon of said street with Grandy Ave
i.ue to the North line of C street in said
That unless a remonstrance signed by
'.he owners of not lebs than two-thirds o'
the property abutting said Street between
aid points be filed with the Recorder on
jr before the 35 day of July. 1 906. said
improvement will be made at the expense
at abutting property owners.
Dated this I Ith day of July. 1 906.
I. R Snook
Pharmacists throughout the world hive
devoted thxir lives to the perfecting o
llollisler s Kotay Mountain lea. It con
lams the choicest medical roots and hrhs
nowa to modern medicine. Tea or Tab
lus. 35 eMs. Ni-wun Dhuo Company
The first artesian well in the Rogue
river valley has been sunk by Mr. Pellett,
near Talent. It is 804 feet deep, 8,
inches in diameter. The water is of ex
cellent quality, very cold, and rises four
feet above the surface in a solid stream
the full diameter of the bore. Ex.
WANT ANOTHER COLUMBIA BRIDGE
A movement has been started by the
local business men, backed by prominent
liticians in the Yakima valley, to secure
an appropriation for a wagon bridge across
the Columbia here says the Kennewick
Ciuiier. Pasco people arealso interested
in the project, and Will line up their side
of the Columbia to a man for the new
project. It is evident that two adjacent
towns like Pasco and Kennewick will have
a constantly increasing travel by road be
lwee. them. E. Q.
LAND FOR RAILWAY STATIONS
Q. W. Andrews has sold 20 acres of
and on the Base Line road to the Oregon
Water Power and Railway Company for
$4000. The new branch road now under
construction from Cedarvilla toTroutdala
runs along one side of the property, which
has a frontage on the Base Line of about
SO rods, and it is reported that the rail
way company intends to make that point
its most important station on the branch
road. -Oregon City Couiier.
(Sorlpps Newa Association)
Brooklyn. July 28 By virtue of the
increase of the limit of cost allowed by
the Naval Appropriation act, work will
now be possible on the naval colliers pro
posed to be built. This increase allows
an expenditure of 1.500,030 on each coll
ier, and the work will be done without
further delay at the Brooklyn navy yard
and the Mare Island Navy Yard. The
machinery for the colliers is already un
der construction here. The colliers will
not only carry coal to the ships away
from the base of supplies but will be des
ignated so as to transport oil, which is a
material as much needed as fuel. Ac
comodations will also be provided for
ammunition and other ordnance stores,
and there will be some arrangements for
transporting to home ports the sick and
wounded officers and men. This latter
feature is an important one. and has long
been urged as a provision which should
be made by the government both in times
of peace and war. This latter feature
h? rr be-n provided far in tl.e puL
TRIP. ETS AT OREGON CITY
Mrs. Thomas F. Ryan, wifeof ex county
judge ol Clackamas county, Tuesday night
gave birth to triplets, two girls and a boy
Tht girls weighed 3 ,j pounds each and
the boy tipped the scale at 4 pounds. The j
boy died on the following afternoon.
Mrs. Ryan is Past Q rand Matron of the
Order of Eastern Star for Oregon and has
a large acquaintance in Elgin and vicinity.
- Elgin Recorder.
Black, rich loam for sale. Delivered,
will commence hauling Monday morning.
This opportunity will last but three das.
How about your street gtading and lot
filling? 1 am ready, are you? I am pre
pared to do your work promptly, at the
lowest prices ever known before.
J. L. Mars, Contractor and Builder.
HOMESTEADS. IMPROVED FARMS
Two good homesteads to locate. Prairie
wheat farms for sale.
A. A. Barry. Grande Valley House
We can locate a number of parties on
good limber claims of two million feet and
Foley Blk. La Grande Investment Co.
EA3LES - La Grande Aerie 296F. O
S. m sets ivory Friday night in Elk
nail, at 8 v m. Visiting brhren
r.vited to atu
I. R. Snook W. S
3r.O. UBiggers W. P.
I. O. O. F.--La Grande Lodge No. 16.
meets in their hall every Saturday night.
Visiting brothers cordially invited to at
tend. Cemetery plat may be seen at
H. E. Coolidoe, N. G.
D. E. Cox, Sec.
RTAR ENCAMPMENT. No. 31. I. O.
O. F. Meets every first and third Thurs ¬
days in the month in Odd Fellows hall.
Visiting patriarchs always welcome,
U. E. toWLKH. C. P.
D. E. Cox. Scrihe.
, M. W. A La Grande Camp No. 7703
meets every first and third Wednesday
of the month at I. O. O. F. hall. Ai,
visiting neighbors are cordially invited to
attend. C. S. Williams. V. C.
John Hall, Clerk.
FORESTERS OF AMERICA-Court
Maid Marion No. 22 meets each Thurs
day night in Redman hall. Brothers
ire invited to attend.
Fhko Hon Chief Rangei
L L. Snodorass Financial Sec.
Board of Trustees Dr. G. L. Uiuukhs
John Hall and C. S. Williaml
' 'ABSOLUTELY THE BIGGEST SHOW IN
WORLD, TO WHICH IS NOW ADDED THE THRILL-
FIGHTING THE FLAMES.
P Scenery Representing A Whole City Stage Bigger than 100
Theatres Superb Costumes Magnificent Electrical Effects
MOST GIGANTIC AMUSEMENT FEATURE EVER DEVISED.
i BIGGEST MENAGERIE ON EARTH,
Tallest Giraffe Alive Huge Hippopotamus Only Rhinoceros
Captivity Den of Giant Polar Bears A Whole Caravan of Camels l'
Three Herds of Elephants, and the Biggest Collection of Caged Ani
mals in the World.
SUPERB 8-FOL7) CIRCUS.
NEW SENSATIONAL FEATURES MOST ASTOUNDING OF ALL,
A SALVO'S FEARFUL TRIP TO THE MOON,
The Greatest Acrobats, the Foremost Riders, Incomparable Aerial
Displays, Athletic and Gymnic Stars Supreme, Groupes and Companies
of Trained and Acting Animals Gigantic Company of Funny Clowns.
Three Rings, three Stages, Hippodrome Concourse and Aerial Enclave filled with
TUB WORLD'S FOREMOST AREISIC - STARS.
AW X -
GORGEOUS FREE STREET PARADE,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
THE MOST ELABORATE, LARGEST PAGEANT
TWO PERFORMANCES DATLY at 2 and 8 P. M. Doors Open 1 Hour Earlier.
OIN13 ISO -CENT TICKET ADMITS TO .ALL,.
CHIIDBBN UNDCR 13 YBAR8 O L. U , HAL.P.PRICB.
Reserve Seats and Admission Tickets can be Secured on Show day at the Watt Druff
At the Same Prices Charged on the Show Grounds.
THE TAYLOR STUDIO
To tmr Summer Girl:
I want you to visit my studio anil
let me show you how successfuly
1 can photograh you in your sum
mer town. Come while your gown
is fresh and new, it will look neat
er in a picture than after it has
been to the l&jndry. Remember
the new location of
THE TAYLOR STUDIO
is next door to the Observer
PHONE BLACK 1182
SUNDAY PHONE 841
LIGHTIMIMG COLLECTION ;
NOIKf TO WAIN (OJSUHfRS
Notice it hereby given to all consumart
if water in the city of La Qttnde. Oregon,
that all parties who wish to irrigate, are
required to file an application for the
same, with the City Recorder.
Irrigation hours; The las for irri
gation are as follows: from 6:30 to 7:10
Signed; H. C. Qilwan. Water Supt
Dated, April 50. 1406.
fORTY AcltfS Of WHEAT BURNED
W.lia Walla July 28 - Forty-one acres
f wheat weie destroyed yesterday about
C o clock at the Fred Sline place a short
distance fiom the city.
A threshing outfit in an adjoining Held
had left a small fire from an engine and
this was fanned by a light breeze until
the stubble was caught and the flames
soon spread to the wheat owned by Mr.
Stine. The blaze ran through a 200-acre.
FRIENDSHIP TENT No. SI, K. O. T
'A.--Meets second and fourth Wednesdays
ach month in I. U. U. K ha1!. isiting
H. C. Ball. Com.
Vlox Bloch, Record Keeper
L.O. T. M. HIVE No. 27. - Meets every
Krst and third Thursdays in the after
noon at the Redinen hall. Ail visiting
ladies are welcome.
Maude Long Lady Commander
M. C. Vesscv. Record Keeper.
B. P. O. E., La GRANDE LODGE No
433--Meets each Thursday evening at
eight o'clock in Elks' hall, on Adams
Avenue. Visiting Brothers are cordially
invited to attend.
E. W. Davis, Exalted Ruler
G. E. McCullY, Recording Secretary
LA GRANDE " LODGE No. Ib9
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD M.Jt
every Friday of each month hi
the K. of P. hall in the Corp building. Ail
Fnho Jacobs Consul Coinnundur
J. H. Ksknrv, Clerk.
RED CROSS LODGE. No. 27 -Meets
every Monday evening in Castle Hail.
Corpe building. A Pythian welcome to
all visiting Knights,
AC EN T
II A. Watson, Mgr.
Our system gets the money.
Send your collections
and cash items to
Ttie Stock Growers and
OF WALLOWA. OREGON.
We pay five per cent interest on
time deposit. iVS.
THIS FOR MINE EVERY TIME
No more a muddledbrain for mine
I'll call for soda every time
Quench my thirst to my heart's content.
bave cash for clothes as well as rent
Treat my wife and children too
"Smile" with them, and "smile" with you.
All the popular drinks at Hill's soda
A hard lot
of troubles to contend with, spring from a
torpid liver and blockaded bowels, unless
VOU awak&n them tn Ihoir nrrmar ai-llnn
with Dr. Kino's N,w I if Piiu- ih.ni.i..
antest and most effective cure for Cons
tipation. They prevent Appendicitis and
tone up the system. 25c at Newlm
C. T. McDaniel, Cashier.
A. K. Steunenber6. Pres.
. St S.
Acrass. C. C-
field of fine grain and completely destroy-
ad a I ar.r. nfur.nn mhirM II i ..tim.t. . R- PATTISON. K. R
- " .
would have made 45 bushels to the acre ; RATHBONE- SISTERS RoweaTem
That several hundred acres were not pie No. 9 meets every Wednesday even
destroyed by the flames was due to the ing at 8 p. m. in the K. of P. Hall in the
neighboring farmers and their crews of Corpe building. Vis.ting members cordi
harvest hand. In a snort time after the ally invited.
blaze had been discovered 70 men were Milly Frawlsy M. E. C
working like Tions to control it. Eumcs PwoctkR M. f R. & C.
Full particulars made known upon
t application to interested parties.
Office Lewis building
La Grande. Or.
witch hazel : PAINTS THAT PLAY
Treating Wrong Disease
A Well Known Care for Pflet. I
Cures obstinate tores, chipped hsr.da, eo
tema. skin diseases. Makes burns and scalds
painless. We could not Improve the quality
II paid double the price. The best salve
that experience can produce of that money
can buy. -
Cures Piles Permanently
DeWltt's Is the original and only pure tnt
fenulne Witch Hazel Salve made. Look tot
the name DeWITT on every boa. All otnen
ire counterfeit, msmsidst
B. C. PeWlTT 4 CO.. CH1CAOO
A T. HILL. Druggist
the kind thai have no real
"body'' have noplace in our
stock. Immitation punt is
worse than no paint at all.
We have a care in providing
paint that fills the wood,
preserves it. adds to its ap
pearance an i i t -nether does
what an A I
i imt shop
STANIELS & JARMAN
Paper Hangers and
MllIlV tillilW IVunta.it -...II .... tl...t-
-'"UIMIIBH I'll IUI'1I
unr i ruin uvmii iin um.t i
d sea., ttiidthfr from IIvit or kidney
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or pri.Mraii.ni, uikkIht w Itli pain here and
tlifiv. him n, this way they all present
ulik.- tii tlnTiiM lvps. ami their eitsy-golng
and indifferent, nr over-busy doctor, sep
arate anil .iiMiiu t. iRsellses. for w hich h
ssiHiiiiiK Hi. in to Iw such, prescribes bis
pills and M,ii,,ns. in reality, they are all
only nyuwu,.iin caused by some uterine
disease Hi,, physician. Imiorant of the
Miiiw i if suffering, encourages this prac
tice mini law i'ills an; made. The suf
fering paiieni u,-ts nu iietter. but probably
worse, iiy reiiMin of the delay, wrong
treatment ami co m t complications.
A proper medicine like llr. J'ierce's FA.-
..... . , m iiii inn. tum-tnl to Uie civJM
v.,.1.1, liaveennrely reni.iv.-d the diseiiS;
llierel.y dispelling i lhuSM uistressini
viiiiloiiis. ami instituting comfort In"
Mean of prolomr.-d misery. It has bin
clireu"" disease known is bait
lir l'lercV Favorite Prescription Is a
Ktlelitlhc ineillcine. car.-iiillv devised bv
ail exoeneoe.d ului skillful ,,,vsiclail,
anil a,l:1,te.i t mui, s il. licate svsleiu.
U s ma. . ..I native medicinal roots and
lsii. rl.vth lii,nes iUs elfecu ill unu
(..million , ve,f, ,. "
As a iH.eiful iiiviiii'.iatinif ton!.- -Pu.
i'i'h'u'i, i"""' r','lU'" " ,'"'l""'t xtrength to
tin. tl lemiiiii,,. in particular. For over
worked. orii-out. -rim-ilown." i1el.HI
iaie.1 l. ai hi is. mi liners. ilr..sini.iiUr.
sea.str.-se, sl,p Klr,.- house-kwp.
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2 r """i" rdial and re-
and s i ... , u . " ' ... "
n ,,r li 1iH.,";t"-"- n,'rTm, I'fMratioi.
V iniv i ' uwr- l'iwiii. chorea. NU
ins s dance, and other distress,,,,,. , erv.
o is sv,,,,,,..,,, com,,,,,,,!,, attendant upon
it rs""a.'. !m w"liv- of the
lit' nis. U induces refreshing sleeD and
tl,V sine, i filets lnvlBraU
Wiree a dus. hasy to uke as caudy.
Asa s.ith:n ami stremrthenlng nrr.
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