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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 25, 1905)
Of baying Furniture, Carpet
find House Famishing! where
you can get mora for a dollar
iiiaa a dollar will boj elsewhere
225 Iron Beds
Ail wool Ingrains
65o per jard
62c per Yard
38c per yard
SOe per yard
E. G. ADCOOK
' Successor to E. Androsr.
.ndross Old stand Phone 9-1
My Picture Frame,
Mouldings, Plate Rail
room mouldings shades
and Curtain Fixtures.
lecture framing, hand made
r psque.shades. Oval Bevei Mat
cutting a specialty. I have the
or.1y Oval Bevel machine ' in
Audross old stand Phone 9-1
KAOLKS La Urande Alrie i() F O K maeU
l very Hunday night in K ol P bail tl I B
vuitlng brethero Invited l atten'i,
I . A. Matotl, W. P. T. a. Qilham. W. B.
X)RBTBK3 OF AMKRICA-Oonrt Mai
Marion, No tJ meet each Tuesday In Kike
t ail. lirothsrt ar invited to attend.
! AI Uelauer Chief RaagCT.
v J Vanderpool 'keeSeo.
tOO W -La Grande Lodge, No 16 rreela .n
Ihelr ball every Saturday night VlalUug inm
uen cordially inruta to aiwna.
G. W. Robertson, M U
R, Snook, Sec
STAB ENCAMPMENT No 81, I. O. O. F,
ir.eeu every Bret and tblrd Thursdays in the
(.tooth In Odd Kellowa ball. Visiting patrl
alwava weloome I. R. Bnoolt, & P.
ttdmond Robiuaon. Rn ibe
A. t'.AA. M. La Grande Lodge
i .. 41. meets every 1st nd 3rd Bator
ay ol each month.
AC Williams See,
O P Huffman W. M
K ASTERN STAB OK8 Rope Chapter No
V meets the second and roort n weanesaay ot
acb month at p m lit Masonic lempie
Mra Clare, Tl.yle.WM
Mary A Warniok. aeo
M. W.A. La Grande (.imp o. 7703 metti
every first and third Wednesday of the
month at 1. 0. 0. P. Hall. All visiting nelrh-t-o'a
are cordially invited to attend.
t. Reislend, V, C.
Jobn Hall, CUrk.
Explosion at the
What mbjht bare been a eerloas
eldest oocaxedet Telephone offioe
lathis city nearly last evening. W I
Roxxerd, on of the linemen, tu
melting wax la the back room with a
gaaoUne torch (or tha porpoea of fatt
ening wires, when aaldenly It biased
p the lira mania op the wall bora
log It almost to a crisp fur a few feet
aroand. The are ia the room
toon extinguished caoaing littlt dam-
ago aad while Mr. Baizard waa la the
Sunday's Program at
the Central Church
The revival In Central Choroh goes
grandly on. A preoloas harvest of
men, women, boys and girla ia being
gathered. Last night another great
andieqpe beard the evangelist and at
the close of the sermon three more
oame forward. Great things are ex
pected torn onow. it "will be a bay
day. God willing, and a day lona to be
remembered . The following Is th'
program mapped oat.
Jefferson Meyers, president of the
Lewis and Claik Fair Commission de
tires to meet at many of the citizens
and taxpayers ol the county as possible
at the parlors of the Commercial Club
in this city next Thursday afternoon.
He is desirous that every ooanty In the
state should make the best pottible ex
Dibit Nearly all the counties are now
so engaged and most of them have had
their apace allotted.- Don't forget
Killed in Fire
(Soripps New Association)
Milwaalkee, Feb 24 Fireman Will
Ism Morgan was killed and five others
were seriously injured In a tire which
today partially destroyed the planing
mill of the International Wood Work
Co., with a lo.s of 150,000.
Fakers Are Advertised
Two smooth fakers who visited
Baker City recently and made arraa
gements to Ibbus several registers, of
ficial programs and other printed mat
ter have been advertised by the Walls
Walla printing concerns. The names
given by the frauds while ia this oity
were It a. rieene ana a. o
Pennington. They claim so be preo
tioal printers but oarry no cards. They
have defrauded severe! people in Walla
Walla and Eastern Oregon towns are
warned against them. Democrat.
'. Peculiar Disappearance
J D Hunyan of 'Butlerville, O laid
tha peculiar disappearance of bis pain
fnl avatoma. of Indieeatloa and bili
ousness, to Dr King's New Life Fills
He says : "J ney ere a perron remeay,
tar HiulnMi annr atomaoh. headache, t
i conetipatioD, etc," Qaaraoteed at
Newlin drag store, price 35o.
SOLD O EKCEHBED BY
l. T. UllLiLi,
ao-'aot of potting eat thejtorch which he
. eecceeded In carrying to the Deck
yard. It exploded, barnlng hiss about
the bead and shoulders qalte badly,
Und oUce ran to bia leacae and Mr.
Bastard elaima that Mr. Williamson
did barole work in stiagalahing tb
flam ea. At laat aecoanU Mr. Buzzard
a retting oasy, and all concerned ai
well at tha many fritnda ol thoaa
about tha Ultpbona offioo ooagratolete
them that It proved to be ao worse.
10 s m Bible Bohiol Leeeon
10:30 am Sermon to Children
11 a m Tha Lord's Hopper
11:30 a m Sermon
Subject, "Eneoaragementa and Dls-
ooarsssments . '
3pm Sermon for women aad girls
rjaoiect, "Troubles, Keel and imag
6 :30 p m Christian Endeavor Revival.
8abjeot, "What Think To of Chrlstt
Osteopathy minimises tha Importance
of symptoms, because it flnda that In
different Individuals tha most diverse
svmDtoms often follow mechanical da-
defeota la tha body as nearly aklke' In
location and haracttr as it ia possible
to have them. Tbe same muscle con
tracted unduly may give one pers n
vertigo, another a stomach ache,
another a headache, another diarrhoea,
another (evertahnese, another bilious
nessdepending, ol course, In each
oase upon tha accident of whatever
secondary or exciting oause or oauses
happen to be uppermost In that In
dividual. The one who baa eaten im
moderately, or whose dloner Is msde
op of greasy, Indigestible food, for aa
exoiting cause, would likely have In
digestion i If he Is subject to headache
-that Is, If the sensory nerves of tha
head are already weak and very Irrit
ablehe will doubtless experience a
headache. One with a weak heart
mlftbt experience palpitation, having
no other sign of Indigestion: and so
The cause le the I bins to seek and
remove. Osteopathy does it.
As this is tha last day in which nom
inations oan bo filed with tha reoorder.
up to the time of going to presa tha
following petitions hare been recorded.
J D Slater
E J Walsh
CITS' RECORDER . i ...
Chester Newlln, 1 R Snook, J HAljflne
L Bayburn, B F Wade, F P Chllders.
1st Ward, J W Kennedy; 2nd, 8 A
Oardinelr and F G Moore; 3rd, L D
In sdditloa to tbe above tbe Sooial-
: alts have nominated a oompleta ticket
ss previously poblislied.
When your lunes are sore and inflamed from coughing,
b the time when the germs of PNEUMONIA, PLEURISY
and CONSUMPTION find lodgment and multiply.
stops the cough, heals and strengthens the lungs. It con
tains no harsh expectorants that a train and irritate the
lungs, or opiates that cause constipation, a condition that
retards recoTery from a cold. FOLEY S HONEY AND
TAB is a safe and nerer falling remedy for all throat and
Tbs I ' ' k!i Hi Gtd Consumption -A Uirvalous Curt.
L a, Ressoner, Iowa, writes: "The doctors said I hsd con-
sompt . . t no better until I assd FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR.
It helpw mm, from tha start and stopped the spitting of blood snd the
psia La my tuu(S and today 1 am sound and welL
THREE SIZES 23, BOo, and S1UW
Those who have a fane) for tbs
ComeJy Drama wi'l like this play
ith connecting leetorre, aod rejioo
plot, and iceident, having been
Wen a good company headed by
11 eater Wilfred Dunbar aa Busier
B-Own, and James T Mt Govern as
Happy Hooligan, who are very capa
ble and likeable actors. Matter Din
bar being one of tbe youoeeet siogiug
and daooiog oomedians on tbe Aone.i
caa stage, aad. as Buster Brown, plsys
those obillren's pranks on Happy, the
Poll oe man, St Deacon Ferry. Making
the eomedy enjoyed by yoting and old
elikh The play is well provided with
a heart felt interest which bolde one
Iroaa the Ant to the last act. This ia
a big oompany with a Solo Band aod
orchestra. A great many eongs are
aongby the members ol theoorcpaoy.
The play will be here lor one ntgbt
Taursday, March Sod- . '
NoUce A O U W
All members of La Urande Lodge
No. 133 AOUw are lequeeted to
meet at Odd Fellows hall Monday
evening, Feby 27. Matters of great
important to the order to be dtsooss'
ed. ' By order of Master Workman.
Meeting For Ladies
Troubha real and imtgioary" i
be the subject of the teramo by F-vo
selist Coombs in Centrsl Choroh of
Christ tomorrow at 3 p on. Ladies and
girls ars expected to furnish even
greater audienoe than did tbe men
Iesl8unday. - Antfferina will be
taken at the cloee.
la the County Court of the Slate ot Orgon
or Union County. Ia the matter of the Estate
of Jane Ball, dece ted. Notice is beteby given
thtt the undent ned a administrator of tha
estate of Jane Ban, decraeed, pursuant to an Ol
der ot tu above entitled Court, roada and en
tered oa the Uth day of December A D lM will
from and after Monday tbe 6th day ot March
A D 1WS, proceed to aell at rivate sale
for cash to the highest bidder, siject to eon
trmaUon by the Oonrt, all lb riulit, title aud
Merest ofaaU decedent, in and to the R)l lowing
described real eaUta, towikAu uudivlded one
half laiereat In loU 1 and and all of lot S ' In
Block 101 of Chaplin's Addition to La Uiande
Oregon; an undivided One half Interest In and to
lot six and the north twenty-one feet of Lot T In
Block U in Arnold' Addition to La Grande, Unl
on County, Oregon subject to the lif oxtute ol
George Ball, therein, and a mortgage on
Lots 1 and in Block 1' t as af..reald, or so muob
thereof aa is neeeiaar to pay estate debts .
Dated at La Grande, Oregon, and Brt ul
lishal this December 2ltb, 1WM.
CBOHUB BALL, Adininlvraor,
fill U SATISFIED
IfyMir tickets rtnrt over the Iienvwr
and RIoMramte Railroad, t ie "Hwnla
Line oi the world"
t'oere are ao many scenic alt -act '"i fnri
. polntaof lutereHt k1oii tht ie
r tween Oadeu nd Denver fiat tin til))
- never becomes llrwome
If you are going east, write for i for
mation and eel a pielty bo. k that will
' tell you all about It
W C McBRlDE, Agent,
124 Third St.
DR. A. L RICHARDSON,
Physician and Surgeon,
C ffioe over H Ill's Dreg Btore.
Offlce rbone 14 Heeldeaoe Phone SU
N. MOLITOR. I.t D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Corner Adams aveane and Depot BL -Office
Phone 134 Reel donee Phoae ill
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
lts bulldlac, oppoalte Boot mar Honae
Offloe Honrs, t to 4,TtoS
BACON & HALL,
Y1 CIANS AND SURGEONS
Offloa la Foley bulldlnc, Phone llU
C. T. Baoon, Besldenee Phone UU
It. K. Hall, BesIdeBOt 2121
DkS. B1GGERS & BIOOERS
Puysluians aud Surgevne -
O W Blssan, M. D. Ooo, L. Big gar. If. O
OrBoe ll Bealdenoe 41
Qfllce' RalBlon Building over J. M. Berry's
Store, fccsldenoa on Madlaon AVa. second
door west of 'onner realdeaoe, Or. U W. Blcgera
La BRANDS - OREGON
lroftrvjional calls promptly attended to
day or Bight.
Office Boroiaer Building
Offlce Phone t-l
Hesldenoe hone 117
C. B. Cauthorn
OfTloa Over Hill Dru8tor
La Grande, Oregon
R. L-. LINCOLN
Up stairs, Cor Adams avenue and Depot HU
Dr. V A CHARLTON
OUice at AT Iiill'a Drug Store
La Grande, Oregon Phone 1361
e awrv a,
uesiuence pnone ui
Farmers' line 68 -
CPAWFORD & CRAWFORD
LA OBANDK, OBEQON
Oflloe In Bomner ulldlp. ,
Office in Ralston Building
Phone 1&6 La Grande Or.
H.T. Willlnms ' A.C. Williams
Qmo. In Ralston Bulldlug
Phone 1O5H La Grande, Or.
W. I. BISON ETT
Otllce with J ,T. Williamson. La Grande
Parties wlshlag the sorrlees ot a com
Detent bookkeeper are ass irsd satis
tautorv results. Prices reasonable
D. C. KELLEY,
Books posted and !0 in plicated ao
ooaats adjusted. Pea ioa papers .1
tiieoialty. Nutar I'ubllo. Claims
against the government oonsldered.
Correspondents solicited. Addree
Luck boa C13
Ou all cash purchases of
$1.00 or over, complete stock
of . raea,8 poultry, lard, our
owu cured breakfast bacon
und bains a specialty. ' '
We pay the highest market
price for hides, pelts, and furs
J L Mars wishes to hire twelve teams
to haul rock. Inquire at Oregon
JiUfM't ii ju.llinj
Finest collections of slufTed
auimala oa the PaciHc
Blue Front Saloon
E. THOICSON. Proprietor.
Imported and domestic j
Hot or cold lunch all hoar a
Jefferson Ansae OppoalM Depot
III t HtlWeH
CHAS. ANDERSON. Prop.
Always on hand
I . THE I
JOHN B1EVER, Prop,
Complete assortment of
Mixed Drlnki a Specialty
1 THE LOUVRE!
CHRIS WRIGHT. Prop.
, V fins
r i2 CIQAR5
Centltmcn always Welcome
. ' ULRICH LOniS. Prop.
Lunches ara our ' specialty
. Jefferson Avenue, Opposite depot
; Time Behedal
LA uaAnoK, OR
8:50 p m
nan iae. uemer. rv
Worth, Omaha, Ku-
IuVj a ra
edti i in
n;ou aw uiv,w win n
Portland. Dai lea. Pen
dleton. Walla Walla.
DavUMi. rornerov. Col
fax, sjoaoow, Spokane,
and poinu erat and
ttt p 1.1
11. al- J r.llu U.
die too. UmaUlial W.
8i06 p. m.
inla, Lewbtoa, folia I,
Muecuw, Wallace, War
ner, Hpokan aud other
polule eaat and north
8 JO a 1
Ialand City. Alice I. lis-
bier and a. If to. Con
n lions at Klgin w th
U"t lor points in at
Ureal Bl earners between IVxtlasd aad
; Sast Kranaaoo every a ve d lyn.