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About La Grande morning observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1901-1904 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 7, 1904)
School Books and Supplies
FOR THE MULTITUDE.
Second hand books nearly
as good as new and at
almost half the price. ;
THE NEWLIN DRUG COMPANY
Adams Avenue, -; ; ,
LA GRANDE - - OREGON
E. E. Romig
ROMIO & STAPLES i
-GROCER I ES-:
A fall and complete Hue of Btapla and fancy gro
oeriet. Fancy canned and lunch goods; Tioware,
graniteware and wooden ware.
FroiU and vegetables iu seasou. Bakery prudnots
alwayl freh. Good service and quick delivery.
: Phone 431
O i i - 14..
now an i vure my
LOCAL ITEMS OF
Concerning People Who Come
And go and Other Items
of Local Interest.
THIS IS A QUESTION THAT HAS BERN
ASKED TIME AND AGAIN BY HUNDREDS
yes, thousands and lens of thousands of people
There is but one way to do Ibid; namely, relieve ,
the Stomach of its nervous Btruiu rsst it; and
at the same time Asust the Stomach and Dtges
thre Organs in Digesting and A9siiuulatiug
Sufficient Food to Rebuild the Tissues Support
ing the Organs Invoiced. There if but ouo
remedy that will do this, and that remedy is
KODOL DYSPEPSIA CURE. If you want to
know more about Kodol, como iu and
La Grande, Ore
Justice Wade left last evening for
Geo. Krelger Sr., leaves Intbe morn
ing for St. Loots.
The Telephone Co, are stringing a
linn to the new oonri honee.
.Mr Lantz and family of tbe Covo
ere La Grande visitors today,
Mr. Will FLnndruin, of Union, Ins
aoupttd a position as clerk in tio
llert, Eugene and Miss Rose Hug, of
Pumpkin Hirlge, leave this week for
the at. Louis fair.
The county oftloers are very busy nr
ranging their reoords and taking care
of tun onrroul work.
Dr Moore the Osteopath has a new
house pbone No 633. Rosidenco is .it
Fred Swaney's new home on the hi.l.
The mtllinpry opening of the Rain
bow store takes place tomorrow, lieatt
their nuourioemnt in this ispno.
J 11 lllumerjstoln, secretary of tlie
stone mason's union, loaves in Hi '
morning to seo the world's fair sighls.
Kopri'sontative N 0 MoLood spent a
tow hours here last evening between
trains whilo enroute to the I'alotisc
The sugar beets are still growing but
it is eipectod that they will be nmlitre
and reaily to dig by the loth of this
'i'l e many friends of J A McWhirter
nil! be pained to learn that he la quite
TlTTit hislionit) oif Adama aventio.
Kv. J C Walker loft. today for Uui n
to take up his work lu his new Held of
labor for the next year. Mrs. Wnlkir
nnd family are miosis o( Mr. and Mrs.
E Kohineon and will go over in the
WANTED Four girl or women to
fork as se.imatress. Enqnite for
particulars at 're cent Knitting
.M ill, Summer llln. k. " tf
Miss EUrmio Brodobaw, wlio husbepn
vltiting her aunt Mrs. A B Couluy,
left this uvriiiug for her home at
TlieMis esLe a aud ilau.de De Long
left this moin.ng to visl their iiireute
irormita who reside near Alti'd. They
will rom iln over : Sunday.
John Speokbe&rt of Illinois has pur.
cbaaid the John Torry firm of SiO
aires for which be paid $U,44U, being
W2 per acre.
I Win. Hnrria, a recent arrival from
Nebraska, hds purchased a 70 acre t
j arm one mile north of lnibler, known
as tl e Fllingwortb pluo, for wbi'h he
' paid :t,500.
I Mr and Mrs Wm Ash now occupy
the residence belonging lo Mrs S C
! ziutier lorm-iy oarupted by J u Henry.
i.Mra AbI) will be nt horn i to her fri
ends the tiret Wtdnesdny of each
Mr aud Mrs D K Uervetidge who re
cently arrived here from Alberta
Canada and purobared property on 4th
street left this morning for Alicel
wheie tboy will visit friends a few
days. " N
Street Superintendent Fred Synhorat
who has been on tbe Mek Hat the past
few days, has so 'nr recovered bb to be
able to be upon the street this morn
ing John Stnbhleflold, who has been in
the valley the past month tbe guest of
his old time tr end T H JShort, left
this morning lot his home iu south
0 W Patty, a former resident of this
valley but now a resident of Kirkland
Washington, nenr Seattle, arrived in
the city yestonlay ami will remain
here a few davs before returning to lis
Tbe direolnrs of the Hook crek
school want a teacher immediately.
They pay 810 a month. About twelve
small scholars coustisTtte the school
which lasts four months. Apply to J
L Bartmess of this ci y .
J P and ti A Miller arrived in the
oily yettordny f;oru Krnsos and left on
the Elgin train to look over that part
of the valley. Thoy expect to locate
somewhere iu the val ey. They are ac
cural nuii'd by their families
Mr and Mrs S R r nworth who have
bee:: spen Ymz the- pnat five we ks at
tha Morgan Lake where Mr llaivorth
hits beou auperin-eniiing tho work,
bi've returned to their homo in this
Twelve Life Remedies
ttrmii the water of Medical Lake, Washington, is).
evaporated, a residue of pure white crystalline
powderremunsinthe reton. carclui
chemical analysu of this powder shows
that it is composed of the twelve moat,
important medical agents known to
science. Nature, the great chemist,1
mingled the life-giving, disease-curing
ingredients for the healing of the na-'
tions, They are twelve Life Remedies
one for .j every, month in the year,
therefore for every day and all time !
Medical Lake Tablets' are
'made from this white powder and every tablet con
tain! its due proportion of the twelve life remedies.'
Dissolve one tablet in a glass of water and drink
a sparkling beverage which cools the blood and
stimulates the blrlnrva and liver to healthy action.
Na- lASISTCMr All ABIUUIICTC MBIUI ll I AVP CAA rltDRC CllNAI IBM. ?!t
Medical Lake Salts M'f'g. Co., Tw
! Fall Suiting
Has Just Arrived
Come in and get first choice, t We have tho !arge4
and best this year that we have ever ha i ond our
prices are 10 per cent
L ower than Portland Prices
First Class Work Guaranteed
ROSS & ANDREWS
(Joiuitv court conrenpg today and
will bo h-M in tho itU-i!; ftirniabK.
library room in tlioCo nn. icial Cluo
Ouuty jiMgo Iliirrlsot. a -d com-
mips Oi.cra iJli'mcnstein and Sttdors
will havo tho honor of l.oMin tho
first term of i-ourt in tho new county
About twenty-fivo Btudonts will
leu vo Union i aunty or tb Oregon
Africulturnl CTnlleKe nt (,'orvnllis on
ilielo h of this month. The nttomhince
this year from tti-t Ioclity promises
U) b f po i throe to four lim-e that of
any previous yoar. Thro fumlica have
already decided to m ova to Corvallia
this fall f r school purpospB a d others
may dtcide to ko later and Mrs Cot u-
i ne Aadet f Summervillo. wM f(nrt
about the -0th it at., C A llarnoll and
ftimily io in Oi-tober, whiJo P A Davis
KOts down early iu N. vembor.
Mr. Jj n W.iil" ol Doiki't. Orton
is ft t uini'd visitor io our city and
tho guest of Hotel Mommer.
is Fcniftltin? tlmt is hulispuii'n-le tc
the hou-e. It marks the htntr tor aris
ing to cote with t-veutsi'f the day, and
the time for retiring At ni. lit.
There Is SompfrWnrf
about ihor'ot k tlmt t. - vi.e heart
of all. It will uuio d.iy murk the hour
My rlocrtfiareof haniUonipflfipearjim-e
neat in doFign, ai)i nil dc ot rict-ly
pulir-btd bronze retnl ornaniente
Prices fnnt fl,0o iofL,U(i.
J h letre I'rlt n CnV lendinc Jewflor
Next Nevlin Iui! titore. Wa-ch ve
pairing a ecinliy.
J. li. Feare, the Jeweler
on N. w an ' 'tcon 1 Hand Goods.
7 inch tea v'ft s '10 twit .1 n r yhiv C..V, liicb
IS just ono-hii f iho v - jmvo. ('uiiivr
t; ' 0. .i .1. t 0 '
Remembur, wo : 1 i'iy':m in 'l of Furni
lure, Hnr "w r , vy ni;' J "a t !ry. 1 00
UOtti) . m or ') In
MAKKS A (M.KAN SWKKP
Thote't nothing Iiko doint; a thiu
rhortunjlilv Of ail the Sulves you ever
-icartl of. Hnck'en's Arnha alve is the
tot. It sweecB away and cures tfnrns,
H top, Itriiiflt'.s, Cuts, Itoih, Uhvrs,
kin Kruptions and Tiles. It'eonlv J5e
tnd mmrfl iteod to give sittfa tion by
La U ramie lmg Co.. and Newlin brug
We arc sole agents for the ICE KING, ga'vni.ed
and porcelain enamel lined; will not break, scratch,
or corrode. Last a life time, always sweet and clean.
Noted As An lee Saver
Ornamental as well as useful
All sizes aud prices
Undertakers and Embalmers
Residence Phone 367
12U2 Adiims Ave
I GET THE (.H1LDKKN EEADY FOR SCHOOL
The La Givn;
Corner Fir mi j c?. in
aRamSmber we Still btiv nJ " 'I a' k u U
Second Hand Goods.!
Ooly a shott time now until tbe Full term begins and liiey will need a new Hat, Dress, Suit,
Shoes or ollior Wearing Apparel, Tablets, Slales, Pencils, Peus, Ink, etc.
Wc "have tlieni all and at right prices.
Good Children'" Cars.
Good rhildieti'- Hose,
(tood Si bnol ShoM. . .
Good School l'unts. . .
Good School Suits
Lesd Peneils, nickle tip.,
l'euril Tali els, 2o0 pages.
Good Pens, per dozeu
Good Ink, per bottle
A large stoi k of Materials for children's dresses, from 6 ceuts per yard up.
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The Go!den Rule Company
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