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ETKXIXti 03SERTERi.. GliAXUP. ORL'GAX SUTRTUV, 7GVEMRER .
at the Churches
Central Clinrrh of ChrNf.
"The Eondaged Mind'' la the sub
ject of the next Sunday evening ser
mon, the second discourse on mental
suggestion. The subject of the morn
ing sermon Is "True FrafernaMsm."
Bible school at 9:43, Junior at 3 and
Christian Endeavor at C:C0. Church
at 11 and 7:30. Prayer meeting Wed
nesday evening at at 7:30. Services
are open for all. Church on tho cor
ner of Washington and Depot streets.
FORD A. ELLIS, Minister.
Iff. E. Church. South. ,.
Corner of W. ave. and N. Fy St
Suuday School at 10 a. m., pr-a-ich-lag
at 11 a. m. Subject: "A Grent In
vitation." Preaching at 7.::o, V'.ib
Ject:"Slrltunl Growth." All a-e 'n
Ylted to these servlccH. .
Scteutb ))af idveutisis.
Sabbath school svery Saturday at II
a. w. Services following, everybody,
Btijitlxt ( harcn Xotlce.
Services Sunday, as uBual. The sub
ject In the morning will be: "The un
finished Work." In tha evening we
hope to begin a series of sermon on
the subject cf "Four Its."
Nov. 7 "Kuincd by Sin"
Nov. Hth Redeemed by Christ.
Nov. 2iht Renewed by the Holy Ghoet
" -l.-.Mvaruc-J v '
t H' s.' K. GRA :?t ,
t. Vetera ( liurr'i.
22nd Sunday Af tor Trinity. :
Sunday School.. 10 a. in.
jMoniing Service.. .. .. '. . ..It i. in.
Evening Services. . .. .. .. ...5 p.m.
UPTON II. GIBBS, Ro-.tor.
First rre-ltjterian Church.
Washington Avenue and Sixth St.
! .Lev. S. . rieciiiiinn, IK 1. Minister..
j Morning Subject: "Christ Is All.
j Anthem: "Hark, Hark, Jly Soul" Shel
j ley. Evening: "Sin, its Forgiveness"
John 1:20. Anthem: "The Hay is
j Gently Sinking." Woidlinger. Gospel
Solo by Mrs. C. II. Upton,. Sunday
rHmwi, V.. L. arenholt,'
'Superintendent. C. LJ. Services 6:30
p. m.. Miss Ona Richardson, Leader.
Mid-week services, Thursday 7:30
LA GRANGE EVENING OBSERVER
Fnulished Daily Except Sunday.
ULOIWE II. tlRRET.
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ThU paper will not publish any
aru le appearing over a nom tig
Plume. Signed articles will be re
used subject to the discretion of the
editor. Please sign your artlc'es and
Local reading notices 10c ut tine
drat insertion; Be per line t- each
Resolution of condolence, 5c a line.
La Grandp, Nov. 5.
Editor La Grande Observer 1 am
requested to hav ehe following reso
lution published. Will you plea-u pub
Whereas, The members of the Ul'ue
Mouutulu Grunge, No. 345, having con
sidered the contract of the Grande
Roude Reservoir and Irrigation Co..
ut n meeting on the 3rd, v.i.nia beg
leave to submit the following resolu
tion. Resolved, that we look upon the
contract with displeasure. We belti've
It Is discriminative and altogether one
Killed and should be well studied be
fore sign lug. ,
MRS. C K. GOLDEN,
" ' Secy. I) M (J
they can to allay the excitement uptll
mo racis can be obtained.
Advertised Letcr List
Liat of letters remaining n thi c:
fice uncalled for the week enuing,
November 5, 1909.
Bennett, Mr. Annie.
" Green, Miss Jennie-.
Iforbert, Mr. F. 11.
Harrio, Mrs. Eli.
LaRue, Miss Pauline.
Waggons, Mrs. Laura.
Green Miss Jennie
Foardo, Mr. James T.
Graham, II. E.
Krumblin W. F.
Mlcheli, Mr. D. L.
Richardson, Mr. Russell.
Rockfellon, E. F.
Spencer, Mr. Guy.
These letters will be sent to the
dead letter, office on November 19th,
1909, unless called for.
G. M. R1CHEY, P. M.
: fuU Ut L'a i lets.
Galveston, Nov. 6. More than fifty
convicts in Texas penal Institutions
have been killed by inhuman beatings
and cruel treatment during the past
three years. The revelations were
brought" about ty a legislative inves
tigating committee. It is proving very
difficult to wring the evidence from
tho criminals that are now being ex
amined. Many of them are afraid of
the enmity of the guards. One "lifer"
declared that he witnessed three whip
pings within the Bast few davs result
ing thd death of the victims.'
DR. P. A. CHARLTON.
Office at Hill's Drug Store, La Grande.
Residence Phone Red 701.
O.T.ee Pbona Black 13 1.
.ndpendent Phono 53.
Both phones at residence. ,
E'gin Ore., Noy. 6 Special Consoli
dation of the real estate firms of ihis
dlfcdiet occured here Friday when the
Bell Indian Valley Real Estate firm
was bought out and taken over by the
Slouch Realty Compuny. F. M. Slouch
Is to be the manager of the new com
pany and is to have his offices ln'the
location of the company which he has
pit-chased, and will have a more ex
tensive buslnes than ever.
. DR. W. H. RILEY.
Graduate Ohio State University.
Vaccination, Dentistry and Surfery
of all kinds. Country calls p.omptly
answered. Agents for National Live
stock Insurance Association. Portland
Office, 14 Adams avenue.
Phones: Pacific, Black 1901.
FO.'l SALE Dining table, stand table.
bureau and three rocking chairs.
Call Mrs. C. II. Jordan. 1610 Washing
ton Ave ,. ..(Nfi-13.)
DR. G. W.. ZI3I3IER3TA3.
Cilice boramer BIdg.
Office 'phone, Main 63; Residence
phono Black 051.
Successor to Dr. Moore.
J. C PRICE. D. M. D.
l oom 23, La Grande National Bank
Building. Phone Blact 1991.
TEAM! ERS OF" M ESIC.
Teacher of Plane.
, Pupil of Pierre Douilet of the San
For children the Burrows course of
music study and musical kindergar
ten. Studio In the Mahaffey Bldg.
He n fl n
J. H. HUBBARD. M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Office in New Bank Building Rooms
20-21. 'Phones: Residence, Mam
89; Office, Main 7.
DR. A. L. RICHARDSON.
.". Physician and Surgeon.
Office over Hill's Drug Store.
Office Phone 1362. Residence Mala 55.
N. MOLITOR, M.
PhyBlclan and Surgeon.
Corner Adamo ave and Depot at.
Office Main 68. Residence Main 63.
C. R. THORNTON.
' Architect and Engineer. ,
Surveying, Civil and Structure Fn
Twenty Years Experience. .
Office 1107 Adams avenue. 'Phnnm
Pacific, Main 1. Home Independent
BACOM & HALL.
Physicians and Surgeons.
Ofllce In La Grande National Bank
Building. 'Phone Main 19.
s;. T. Bacon, Residence, Main 18.
M. K. Hall, Residence, Main 52.
C. a CRAWFORD.
Attorney at Law.
Practices In all the courts of the Stt.
and United States.
Office In La Grande National Banv
Building. T.a Cr&nrte. Oregon.
Declures Roosevelt I1L
Paris, Nov. 6. Rome correspondent
of the Tennis today declared that Mr.
Roosevelt was dangerously III at hia
headquarters near Narobl. He says
that Mrs. Roosevelt is hurrldly mak
ing preparations to go to her husband
In Africa. Her agitation It Is claimed
was not caused by the rumors that
were made public yesterday but was
from private Information that- had
been received by her. The dispatch
goes on to state that Roosevelt has
at last fallen a victim to the fatal
fevers of that region.
The American ambassy here places
no credance on the report and de
clares that If any thing had occurred
to Mr. Roosevelt that they would have
been sure to have known of It.
C. H. UITU.N. O. M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Special attention givsn to Eye, Ear
Nose and Throat.
Office In La Grande National Bank
Phones: Office. Malu 2; Realdono,
Main 32. .
Chas. E. Cochran Geo T. Cochrat
COCHRAN A COCHRAN.
La Qrande National Bank Buhdlng
La Grande Oregon
Attorney at Law.
Practices inall the Courts of Urn Stt.
nd United States.
WILLIAM M. RAMSEY.
Attorney and Counsellor at Law.
Rooms 15 and 16 Sommer Block.
La Grande. . Oregoa
" V Plamoml lit The Roit;!i."'
This beautiful English comely
sketch runs through two more perform
ances at the Scenic, tonight and Sun
day night. The comedy is d.'att an I
. amusing and the piece in Us entirety
ttlU a stoij true hi life. C. Edward
Strong as "Sir William, makes the
best of a rather thankless part. Miss
' Louise Kelly aud Mr. Crockett as
"Lord and Lady Plato" although both
have small parts are deserving of men
tlon. M. A. Mosley also has a small
part In "Capt. IMelehetn." Bruce Kent
and Miss Rurgoyne as "Cousin Joe."
and "Margery" are both good.' Mr.
Strong tells its that he has two rip
roaring fanes for next week that
Bh''iM tux the seating capacity of
the limine. l(ejv:'i!Tirii? Mnnitnv tilaht
"All iu a Fog."
New Elgin Virtu
j Elgin, Ore., Nov. 6 Sincltil Hur- ;
j ley Graham and Alien IlaUer have pur!
i clmied the Arthur Hallgarth hard-!
I ware business known ns the Elgin i
j Hardware Company. )
I have a nice line of
coal and wood heaters at
prices to suit all, also the
celebrated MA JESTICf STEEL
RANGE. For apple picking
I have picking baskets, step
ladders, box nails, box hat
F. L. LIT.LY.
HARDWARE AND CROCKERY
GEORGE PALMER, President C. S. WILLIAMS. 2nd Asat Cashier
F. J. HOLMES. Vice-President W. H. BRENHOLTS, Asst. Cashle '
r. L. MEYERS, Cashier.
La Orantfe National Bank
Of La 3rande Oregon
CAPITALAMD SURPltS $170,0110
unit ed: S" vtes depository
DIRE 1TORS . . 'j
; M- Be"' rl J- D.AlethcscR F. J. Holmes F. M.-kit
C. C."Fenr.ireton F. L. Meyers Geo. L. Cleaver ' t
W. L, Brenholts Oeorce Palnier
Rock Springs Coal
PLENTY OF IT
Grande R k U
: .1 I1
ARE ALWAYS FRESH
E. D. SELDERS
Afer California Krult Shipments.
New York, Nov. C The Atchison.
Topeka & Santa Fe Is to purchase the
Atlantic & Gulf railway and at the
same time the WVst Indian Steamship
Lines, under the organization of Chas.
W. Morse. Financer sagree that thin
move is for the purpose of aiming a
Mow at tho Southern Pacific by eom
ItiK in competition with them for the
handling of the fruit shipments of
Southern California. It Is stated that
the new line will do' a direct tran. on
tlnentnl business between Southern
California .md New York Citv.
"Tcl;io N-v i' Tin- ruimu' t-..t
K.Mcvc!t had hern ki!;.H rir.-.Tn. ir"
mendous excitement here The news
paper. In all parts dt the tour try arr
issuing' extras. The repot t haa n di
rect tendaney to excite the Japanese
ho are el 111 nervous over the .trasrlc
''ileinh of I to. Crowds have threaded
.ffi 'f'trtnn ;o31cj all day and the
.An.'ftic;a emhaay is trying the beBt
Cue. ov (! sperial One of
the lMibt - taut .deal t.-onsttuiate-l
here this fail U the e.ts!n oi t-aie
-ye;;r-,.:d Unrht? orrh a 1 iron 11.
U;' l.y I . or W'Mti'vti. 'Pi,. e.m is
for an extvuili-d period ;.rl tb? doctor
Is, to p iy th m id- of fsr. .'; a,.. f,,r
tho land. ll- rr i ves th r!:;ht to
trim and pral; at will vh'l iifain
thiit as the trees become ttsele.-; and
need srift!ng that atentlun cau be Ri
ven them, it also means that newer
varieties tan be grafted on tho Her
PIANOS and ORGANS
The musical instrument that sells strictly
for one price to everyone
Scott Missic Co.
. 1 Ha
City Grocery and Bakerv.
E. POLACK, Prop
E?!i Fhor.e, Main7S , Independent 241
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USUaf h m ri.T nftw tl of all old or nmr.
; esUpatlon and new cura. Oiriy druicciiu of
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