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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 1, 1905)
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Old Jewelry miide to look lik new Rep wdven P'Otr.pt
Clocks taken care of .tte ,
TWO SPECIAL B. JAINS
13 acres adjoining town, can be irril -c
Price, for c , application.
420 acres near Cove, all fenced, pirfiside
range, 160 acres fine for fruit or !,t
watered. Fine place for horse Md
Ca Srando Jnvosimt Co,
Foley Hotel Building
(6Jf Oregon .
Sanitary Steel Folding Coupe and Springs
direct from the factory at lowtstossible prices
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Sanitary Steel Couches ..
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nru uinpie irame, woven springf.
Hard maple frame, woven Cots
Linoleum, only .............
Home furnishing B
F. D. HAISpN,
Highest Prices Paid for Se'ond Hand Goods
. .replti 3 50 now $2.65
birr 3.50 now 225
Mr 14.50 now 8.00
3.00 new 1 95
2.75 now 1.75
. .60c per yard
Bakft City, (ire.. S-pt. 1 -Sheriff
Brown is t day in the eastern part of
(lie eounty hot on the trail of a Ban
of cattle thiev. s who stole a bend of
cattle from a .rancher named Kim
Cover of Richland, pear the Idaho
boundary It was on? of the bol ted
rohhe-iii reported in this district for
some time. Home time during? Tues
day night the thieves eame to the
Uover ranch, look the tattle out of the
yards and drove them off. The Idaho
si fritf hs notified the next niorninir
and siaUed In hgt pursuit. He trsred
the gang to the Hnafee river where they
crostod over opposite of Flick's Bar
JntoOiegoU. The Idaho sheriff then
notified Sheriff Crown who at'onco
sot Oftf to aeiiBt in roundlna no the
rustlers. The exact number of cattle
stolen could not be ascertained bat
their value wilt amount to several
Me Wakee, Too. v
A traveling man Is reported as eay
o --t t!v Xmw.mo uca.b Ciituaujttll IS
much keener than the Chinaman of
New i'ork He nays "On m last triD
(stopped at Fanta iiartara, not In
itself a very lively town, yet there are
several ali niht resorts there In an
old aboile building that was originally
the. borne of the fl'st Go verier of
California under " Spanish rule. Hi
Long now conduct, a laundry. It
may have other adjuncts, bat it le
primarily a laundry. On one side ot
Ill's establishment is a saloon, in
(re nt of which is a huge sign reading
'Open All Night.' On the other aide
Is a restaurant with the eien. 'We
Never Close.' Hi Lung recently
Ititermined to te us progressive as b s
neighboie, the result being rudely
lettered sign of big own manufacture,
announcing; ' 'Me wakee, too.' "
We have purchased he I.
Harri Meat Market north
of the railroad and are now
open for business. We
make a specialty of fresh
and cared meats. Use
your telephone call up
Main 16, and we will de
liver your order promptly
any time during the day.
Harris Meat Market
Brooks & Rohr
Telephone Main 16
Sacred Heart Academy
La Grande. Oregon
1 his institut ion is conducted by
the s eters of St. . Francis, and
affords excellent educational ad
vantages, Classical, Literary and
Scientific Courses are taught,
also Music, Drawing and Paint
ing according to the latest
methods. Piepating young
ladies for the profession of
leaching a specialty.
Classes will be resumed Sept
For terms and other particu
ROUGH A NID DRESSED
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Hi We have a large stock'of Building'material always on
hand in the yard at our Mill. We deliver In any
rg) quanity to any place.
PRICE AND QUALITY GUARANTEED.
''-. ' s .Vergere Phone
Co-opratlve Observers' Meteorolog
leal Htcord for month of August 1905.
Station, LaOiande, Oregon.
Date Maximum Minimum
A Grim Tragedy
Is daily enacted, in thousands of homes
as Death slalom, in eacb one, another
victim of Consumption or Pneumonia.
Bat when Coughs and Colds are prop
erly treated, the tragtdy is averted.
V Q Uunlley. of Oakladon, Ind, writes
''My wife bad the consumption and
three doctors gave ber up. finally
she took Oi. King'a New Discovery
for Consumption, Cooghs and Colds
whicb cored ber, and today she is well
. and Ftrooir." : It kills the germs of all
diseases. On dose relieves. Guar
antee d at 60c and $1 by Newlin Drug
Co., druggist. Trial bottle free.
icleiit 'inflammation of the
en Iran e ot the lud pipe,
which kaetimes ei tends to ti e larnyxj
and brttcbicl tubes; and is one of the
most dfeigtrou diseases of children
It almas' ilw&ye conieu on iu the. nlht
Ciive f sequent mini 1 dosee of Ualliirde
Horehdoiil Byrop and apply IialUrd'e
Linsmiit externally to the throat 2u,
50o. IW Newlin Drug to
Kegqhtrs the somach and bowlea,
besla aid soothes the little ores'
ttomachi in,l aires them a hen'liful
and nntoral RePp Hollls'er'a Kooky
moumain lea Is the rnuuren s onuu
actor. '3S,csriti( "Newlin
a d p a d d a n n a b 3 a r
Dale 7ih '
Date 31 at
Mid temp 34
Totul preelp inches .26
Tartly cloudy 3
Is ruilled withtho idea of pleasingeveryj leiiler's high-
class trade-custo",.?-5 who appreciate quality. The !
name of the Piouear Flouring Mill Co. gmirautees re- K
liability and highest grade iu every suck of fiour g
bearing the While;Rose,br(ind. ' t
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No. of dajs clear
W A W0R8TELL,
Co operative Observer
Spoiled Her Beauty
llarrb t Howard, of 209 VV 34th at.,
New York, at one time bad ber heaulj
spoiled with skin trouble. She write
"Ibad Suit Kheam or izma fo.
years, but nothing woul I cure it, on
til J used Itucklrn'a Arnioa Salve." A
quick and euie bealei or vutt, burnt
and gores. 25o at Nawliu Drug Co
a " e
Pioneer Flouring Mill Co.
IN A IWFRT?
'ill FN CALL
iLe triiiioiVr man.
lie will tfk? that trunk to the
Depjt or your home in-leM
time than it tukes to tcll iu
W'rgon alwajs hi your Service,
Charges moderate. t)y phone
Ii h'ii, iiiht phoue It i2.
J. L MARS,
Contractor and Builder
Dealer in Building Material.
La. Grande, Or.
Drop a line, naming v. oik, and I wll
give the right prioe.
Notice to Dairymen
1 will rent my dairy farm of 80aores
i miles east of La Oraude lor a term
ot from three to five years, ViAy
enoogh raised on (be place to feed 25
or 30 cows. Rummer pasture enough
tor same number. Plenty of . running
water wbiob never freezes. Price $10
per acre. M BAKER, Old Town,
ContaL'iotlJI ninnd Pnisnti mnn
oughly poisons the blood than any other
disease. Kvery part of the IxkIv is af
fected when the virus becomes intrenched
in the circulation; red eruptions break
not on fhf uVin ttwuitli n.wl 4l....f
ulcerate, glands In the neck and irroins
iwcii, me uair lain out, copper-coioreu
fpiuicaes appear on me Dooy, etc.
I was afflicted with blood poison, and
tun urn uouivi uiu ino no (rooo, i nottirn
faot I seemod to K-t wonn all the while
I took almoatevary so-oalled blood rem
tdy, but they did not spaii. to ronoh th
diaea, and had no eftoct whatevnr. ;
was disheartened, for it seemoit thnt '
would never be cured. At the advioe o
. fflAnH r MAf -n..k U B U . .. . 1 I, ,. ..
Improve. I oontinued the medicine, and
it ourna me complete) y,
Uawlet, N. C. VJ. R. NEWMAN
So highly contagious is this disease
that many a life has been ruined by a
friendly hand shake or from using the
toilet articles of one affected witli the
poison. To cure this hideous and hnte
ful disease a constitut:onal remedy is re
quired. S. S. S. goes down to the very
root of the trouble and forces out every
panic.e of the virus from the .blood and
cures the disease perniiuirntly. S. S. S.
Is purely vegetable and drives out the
branch, and no
signs of it are
ever seen again.
lieen cured hv
PURELY VEGETABLE. S. S. S. can feel
none of the poison is left In the blood to
transmit to innocent offspring. The en
tire Ixxly is built up and the blood made
pure, rich and healthy by this great rcm
O'ly. Hook with Instructions for home
tri Htmciitand nny medical advice desired
in ir given tree of charge.
fHE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Ca.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
DEPARTMENT OK THE INTERIOR,
V. 8. load OMloe, La Omnde, Oregon.
' . . , AUKUKtM, limft.
Notice Is berehv t ven that the rnllowlm
named settler ban flu-d uolloeof hi. IhumiiIcmi
lon.ste final pnjof in U)iuorl or his claim,
ind mat i'l proof will tie made tx lore the
i4-lfifrt.r and ltmlver of tint II. H. lAtirf
Ulltcv.at l.aU!ii.li',lrtK"n,i.ul'U.IM, lli...
vlii il. K No S4W, Ham , tin.wuer, of
si". K-'fe t4W"ii: "
tie nninre the lollowlnf witnewv s to prove
his eimliuuoua reslrierK-e uoon ana cultiva
tion nf SHi-l land, vis: IS. I,, llurnrtl. J. V.
nldi-n, . J.Mulllvan, Mlnui LliidM sli ol
Mar t-y, OrrKoo.
e. w, iwvis, ueKister
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The largest line of Carpets ever brought to the city. More
arriving daily. Pretty floor coverings, 25c a yard and up.
: SPECIAL ON 00 CARTS" THIS MONTH
W. H. BOHNENKAMP,
Hardware and Furniture
Plain, Plaid and Striped.
Large, warm and Comfcrtable
School Stationery, Book Straps, School
Caps, Millinery and Veilings.
E M WELLMAN & CO.
The Eastern Oregon Agricultural
OCTOBER 3 to 9, INCLUSIVE
RELAY RACE TOR LADY RIDERS
Ladies only, Purse $3.50
CONDITIONS OF RELAY RACE
There uiU8t.be three starters. Riders must go four miles
each day, changing horses every mile. Kace boginB Tues
day afternoon. Best total time for 20 tmles wins
i First Money, $200; $100 for Second; $50 for Third;
" Entrys for this race rtquired to give name ot rider, naraea
fi i i r iIa tnnr lmrtni thnv will ride, and file tJ
it auiiuepii,luuu' ,uv ' - a
th j SHine with the secretary. After the race starts no sub-
f etitution ot horses will be allowed except in case of acci-
dent, and then on the decision of 'the judges. Riders wid
be allowed two attendants tor their mounts, and will each
have a paddot kto hold four horses, no assistance will be
$ fllowe.l.ip mounting. Horses for relay race' will be on the
grounds before noon of Oct. 2, for inspection by judger.
j Use of track permited preceeding the week of fair at hours
3 prevailed by tram manager. No entrance tee.
Entry to this race will close Sept. 20,
FRED J. HOLMES, Secretary.
I Entry for i his race will be taken only at riders riak. This
fc association will use all precaution to avoid accidents, but
will not !e responsible therefor.
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