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About La Grande morning observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1901-1904 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 14, 1904)
We've seen a remedy advertised to core coughs
in a day. Better keep tbe cough and shun the
remedy. You would be drugged, not cured.
There is inflamatiou to be removed, healing to
do, waste matter to be expelled before a eough is
rightly cured. . White Pine Oough Balsam cannot
cure at all unless it cures rightly and it requires
from three to five days to cure most coughs. Re
lieves quicker than that of course. 25 and 60o
THE NEWLIN DRUG COMPANY
LA. GRANDE - - OREGON
Get The Habit
' Of trading at the Nebraska Grocery Store nnd you
cannot break yourself of it. Our goods are always
the best, our prices are the lowest and our slack is
having the largest stock of " Preferred" $
canned goods, Allen & Lewis special
brand en all their leading lines. We have just re
ceived a new and complete line of Men's and Women's
andJShoes which we invite you to iuspect.
:C .It R ALSTON
NEBRASKA GROCERY STORE
Oor. Fir and Jefferson Sis,
j For Every
j Cash Purchase
J Of one dollar and for every dollar paid on account
from Oct 1 to Nov 1 a ticket will be issued entitling
I the holder thereof to a chance in our $40 00 Suit
I drawing which will take place on the evening of
; Nov 19 at 7:30
; Suit now on display in our window
. SUCCESSOR TO
ROSS & ANDREWS
Gents' Furnishers and Tailors
On all kinds f new and scroi.d, hand goods, Ke
meraber we liavo tlin !t rjn't ?inck of now and ser-ond
C?" goods iii Ukj iciwn. We pay cmli mid get all the
iliacoun's. W pay no I r i feM we have our own
wagon, thi-rufo ' oor expeiiix is ! s and we can and do
sell clmapir thin anyone in mir lino Remember o r
A few of the lino wo buy and sell
Iron bods, Matin ssi s, B d room suits, Hardware,
Tinware, Harness, Saddles, Wagons, Stoves, Crockery
Books, Olotbing, Bicycles a'ld Jewelry, Everything
The La Grande Pawnbrokers
Remr-mber we (till buv and sell ill kinds
vl Second Hand Good! J jl .
LOCAL ITEMS OF
Concerning People Who Come
ad gj aal Otter Iteuu
of Local Interest.
R L Lincoln and Col F S Ivanhoo
returned this morning from Seaside
where they were delegatesto the K P
R E Bryan of Portland Is in the city
Dennis Madden, one of the snbstan.
tial farmers of the north end of the
oonnty has returned from a weeks stay
at the Hot Lake. He Is well pleased
witn the results and expeots to return
again soon. ;
Robert Wallace, who is!here.rvisitiDa
his old time Irienda, expeots to return
to his home in the Alberta country,
here be has resided the past seven
Mrs. Hannah Rogers, who has been
visiting In California (or several
months, Is now visiting friends a
bugeye, bhe will also top a few days
in Portland bofore returning.
Tbe funeral of Mrs. Ihomas Kellev
will take place from the Catholio
church tomorrow (Saturday) at 10:30
in the forenoon.
J A Shafer, who for maDy years waa
a resident of Hilgard but now or
Grant's Pas, remits for his Observer
aa he still wants to hear from bis old
Mrs A R Mattoou who lain the city
is now the guest of Dr and Mrs P. A .
The dance given at the Armory ball
ant evening by Messrs P A Foley and
Eldredge waa a decided success souial-
ly and financially. Every one present
pronounocd it one of the most enjoy
able dances givon In this hall this season.
Mayor J D Slater was a Baker City
visitor tbis week.
Mrs. II French, of the Cove, Is in
the city today visiting friends.
U (: Cotner and son BYu, who have
been In t he city the pfnt few days, re
turned to their mine In the Eagle
mountain The? were accompanied by
Mr. Coiner's daughter, Mis Jennie.
Geo. J Bcnlley i here from Baki r
Tbe Kindergarten will open Monday
morning at naif past nins at the Bel
man residence on Third street. The
tuition Is two (foliar per month, un
der the direction of Mrl Af now. , .'
Mr. Q H McDonald, one of Umatilla
county's leading sheep man, Ills IM
city the guest of bis old time (rlend
Dr PA Charlton. .
New, today shipment of . Ladies
Street and u ud tailored bats at Tbe
Fair. Hats trimmed and altered
alto a new line of Ladies suits and
Mr. and Al. Stephens accompanied
by their daughter Miss Allie left tbis
morning for Portland for a few days
' Mrs Frenoh of tbe Cove is in tbe
Mr Koger is over from tbe Govs.
Mr Geo MoOonnell states that he
expeots to have the power for his ar-
tisiau well completed tbis week.
Then the tools wbiob were left in the
well at a depth of 600 feet last spring
will be extricated and tbe sinking will
Bheriff Pennington leaves tonight
for Sslero with Charles Barohard who
pleaded guilty to tbe larcsncy of a
cow and was sentenced for one year.
An Emperor's Gift
Washington, Cvt. 14 Emperor Wil
liam's gift to the American, people of
a bronze statue of Frederick, the
great, will be unveiled by Baroness
Speck von Btuiberg, the Herman am
bassador on November 19 in the nra.
sence of the president, cabinet, diplo
matic corps, supreme court judges and
other high oliioials of the government.
IT SMELLS GOOD
but that'!! nothing to the tasting
It's a steak fit for the gods.
The WaldorfAstor and our
restnraut are the only ones on
earth you can gat them at.
SEAT YOUR GUEST ,
before one of these steaks and
it will help bind the bargain
you're talkiug of quicker than
auythingei9e. Good livers al
ways eat at our resturant.
You'll live longer and die
happier by patronizing us.
J. A. ARBUCKLE, Prop.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
We sell weekly Meal'-. ,
Tickets, Cash $4.50
E. P. 8taprsx
E. E. Romlg
ROMIG & STAPLES
A full and complete line of staple and fancy gro
ceries. Fancy canned and lunch goods; Tinware,
graniteware and woodenware.
Fruit and vegetables in season. Bakery prodnots v
always fresh. Good service and quick delivery.
TWO - BIG LOTS
OF SECOND GOODS
Just received and must be sold next week. To do this
you may select anything you want and I will make the
Price Nearly at Cost
This big stock consists of Bed Room Suits, Iron Beds, .
Springs, Mattresses, Pillows, Sheets, Curtains, Carpets,
Linoleums; Plain, Cane Seat and Upholstered Chairs and
Rockers. Parlor Sets, Etc. Complete Kt'chen and Din
ing Room Furniture, Heating and Cook Stoves, Harness
Saddles, Briddles, Collars, Chains, Tools and in fact the
Biggest Lot of Second Hand Goods in Union County
Remember we do Upholstering aod all kinds of
Repair work. Carpets Cleaned and laid . V "'.!' i f
fl. B, Haijta Ph5l F: D. Haigfcsa
Highest Prices Puid for Second Hand Goods. .'- v
WATCH MAGNATIZED V
In these, days of the Increasing
nee of eleotrioity the danger
of having your watob magne
tized is greater than in tbe past.
Cam In shape to demagnaiize
your watch right away and put
It iu as good shape as when it
left tbe .factory. Ihere is no
necessity of running the risk of
having yonr watch lost or
broken sending it away when
yon oan get it made as good as
new at home by a praotiole
workman at a low cost.
H. Peare, the Jeweler
HOUSE CLEANING TIME
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior
Land Office, La Grande. Ore.
Notice Is hereby elven that the following
nnnird settler has filed notice of his inteution to
make flual proof in support of liiclaim, and tht
Mild proof will be mad before the Register
auu iva-BiviTui uic u o luu uiuce at IA
1 18iMi, J nines Ooolpy.of Kumula, Oregon. (Ortliefl
! ae&lw!'Mna N 4 ''' rtoo: l'
j He nanus the following witnesses to prove hid
icontiiuous residence upon and cultivation of
said land, vit: William Todd, Edward Cooler
William Brook, aud Bart Larvlse. all T kamn!
aw. Davie. Register.
The tnnual fall cleaning Time is now here and our large
STOCK OF FURNITURE, Carpets, Linoleum, Mattings,
Window Shade, Pictures, Etc , will bear your mo3t critical
investigation. Our stock is c mplete. Our prices right.
Undertakers and Embalmers
1202 Adams Ave
IWd the Daily Observer
SEWING MACH 1 NES
We have secure.! a line of machines that are said to be one of the best on the
market. A written guarantee with each machine given by the manufacturers for
ten years Our price is low. Call and look the machine over aad see how we
We have the exclusive agency for the-
G-illett's Safety Razor
The Golden Rule Company
1308-1310-1312 Adam Avenue