La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959, February 27, 1906, Image 2

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PURE p T DRUGS
Special car it used in our ' Pre
scription department The purity
of the drugs used and absolute
accuracy in measuring and weigh
ing ensure perfect results.
Two graduated Pharmacist
always in attendance.
Prescriptions and goods promptly
delivered free.
Red Cross Drug Store
Wholesale and Retail
. A. C McLennan, Ph. G.
Tw i Ts'ephmes, Local black 271. Ventre 10 -
ThE ODOR OF A REALLY
GOOD CIGAR
is enjoyed by most Ladies in spite of
their objections to smoking themselves
No gentleman need fear to ask per
mission to smoke a VISTA ORADA
in the presence of his sweet heart or
best girl, as they are remarkable for
the fragTance and . purity of their
smoke.
C. E. HACKMAN,
Factory Corner Adams Avenue and Z
Oreen wood Street. Red 1641
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La GranJc National Bank
ESTABLISHED 1887
OpiUl (tocK, Surplus and undivided profits $160,0)000
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS
TEORQE PALMER, President. J. M. BERRY. Vice President.
. F, L. MEYERS, Cashier.
GEORGE L: CLEAVER, Assistant. Cashier.
.', W. L. BREN HOLTS, Assistant Cashier.
BERRY, F. M. BYRKIT. A. B. CON LEY,
C. C. PEN1NGTON, F. J4 HOLMES. '
General banking business. Drafts drawn on all
parts of the world.
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FOR WINTRY WASHING
Our new machinery and additional help will enable us to do fami
lly washing CHEAPER, QUICKER and BETTER than you can do it
yourself, W call for and deliver your laundry quickly and make special
ty of rush order work. Give us a trial and y:u will not be bothered
through the winter with family washing.
A. B.C.
STEAM LAUNDRY
HHONE j Main 7
La Grnk. OiPjfCi.
Ready For Business
WITH A FULL LIME OF FEED. HAY AND GRAIN
We are ready to buy all kinds of hay and grain, and pay the highest
market prices.
MV. OLIVER
Slater 13uil dinar
IEFFERSON AVE Main 57'
La Grande Evening Observer
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1906
Published daily except on Sunday
One year in advance ... .. $6.60
Six months in advance .. 3.50
Per month.. : . 65
Single copy .. 6c
Entered at the Post Office at La Grande
Oregon, as Second Class Matter.
CURREY BROS.. ED'S AND PROP
Thi paper will not publish Jany article
appearing over a nom-de-plume. Signed
articles will be received subject to the
discretion of the editors. Please sign
your articles and save disappointment.
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LUMBER
WHOLESALE PRICES
Better Lumber and Cheaper than is sold in
La Grande,, We deliver it to your building
: I Grande Ronde Lumber Co j
PERRY. OREGON
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ADVERTMtNO KATHs
mplay Ad mta rarntihetf npuo application
.unit rending notleee lOo pur line Brat dim
Hon, ju par line tor mch nubnequani .loer
MoluUunt or condolence, 5c wr line
rda of Uwnka, to per lie.
rnrnws
Improves the flavor
and adds to the health
fulness of the food.
ASH WEDNESDAY
Wednesday of this week will be Ash
Wednesday, the first day of Lent, and
this Lenten season will last until April
24th. this year, the season covering forty-
six days counting the six Sundays in Lent
but the Sundays are in Lent rather than
of it, as they are feast days, while the
real days of Lent, the forty days, are
days of fasting and self denial. Lent is
kept by the Church of England, the
Episcopal Churches of the United States
and Scotland, by the Roman Catholic
Church and the Eastern or Greek and
some other branches of the Holy Catholic
Church.
The time for keeping Lent has varied a
little in the various branche of the
Church that keeps it, but it is a season of
fasting and prayer, and it is a preparation
for the Great Feast of Easter, the day
kopt in memory of the Resurrection, which
will occur on April 1 5th. this year. The
word "Lent" is a Saxon term meaning
Spring, and Lent is called the Spring
Fast. According to the customs of the
churches keeping Lent, it is improper to
attend parties, theaters, places of amuse
ment, and marriages are not solemonized
during this holy season. Every member
of the Church is expected to practice
some measure of fasting, excepting on
Sundays, and self denial is practiced and
Lenton Savings are presented as an offer
ing to God on Easter Day. Church
services are more frequent than at other
times, and they have a penitential tone.
The liturgical color for this season,
excepting on Good Friday, is violet. On
Good Friday the proper color for the
altar is black, as Good Friday is kept in
memory of the Crucifixion. The last day
of Lent is Saturday, April Uth., and is
called Easter Even, a very proper day
for baptisms. '
CONSUMPTION PER HEAD
Experts after patiently figuring out the
average, per capita consumption of each
person in the United States of the things
that are included in the general term of
living; such as all kinds of food stuffs.
liquors, condiments, tobacco, also clothing,
metals, lumber, lath, brick, lime, coal and
oil, have reached the following figures
In 1860 the prices proportioned to
consumption per capita was for bread
stuffs $23,662, meats $10,084, dairy
and garden stuffs $14,169, other food
$8,978. clothing $22,094. metals $26.-
082, miscellaneous articles $16,672
making the total cost of th ings consumed
in living amount to $121,631 for that
year.
Calculation based on the prices of the
same things makes the cost of living in
1 906 as follows for bread stuffs $ 1 6.554.
meats $8,426. dairy and garden $14,399.
other food $9,822, clothing $19,313,
metals $17.141,, miscellaneous articles
$18,809, total $104,464.
The above figures show that it costs
less to live in the United States now than
it did in 1860; and that a person today
can purchase the same quantity of articles
to support him for a year for $17,167
less than the same quantity of th same
articles would have cost 46 year ago in
the United States.
NEWEOUNDIAND TARIFF
The British province of Newfoundland
has recently fixed a new tariff rata on
goods Imported into that island that may
be of interest to the people of the United
States.
The charge on imported cows, oxen,
bulls, horses, mares, colts and other
draft animals not specifically named in
the tariff bill, is 20 per cent ad valorem,
On apples 50 cents per bushel and on
dried apples 2 cents per pound on barley
10 per cent ad. val., on dry goods 35 per
cent ad. val., machines and machinery
35 per cent ad. val., on lumber the
tariff changes are from $1 to $5 per M
There is a tariff on nearly everything
that goes to that island. In 1904 the
exports from the United -States to New
foundland was $1,147,289 worth of
stuli. .
Our cbr.vjry service is for the benefit
of all. Don t hasilate to use it.
Newlin Druo Co
A MODERN MIRACLE
"Tiuly miraculous seemed the recovery
of Mrs. Mollie Holt of this place," writes
J. O. R. Hooper, Woodford, Tenn., "she
was so wasted by coughing up pus from
her lungs. Doctors declared her end so
near that her family had watched by her
bed-side forty-eight hours; when, at my
urgent request Dr. King's New Discovery
was given her, and with the astonishing
result that improvement began, and con
tinued until she finally completely recov
ered, and is a healthy woman today
50t and $1.00 at newlin druo co. Trial
of.la fre.
FARMERS
Now is the time to do your fenc;ng,
you need fenceposts, we have them for
sale. Our post were cut from green fur
and tamarack trees and are thoroughly
dry. We have about 5000 of them which
we must dispose of this spring. We will
exchange them for live stock, hay, grain.
eggs, potatoes or other produce.
Leave orders at Tne Golden Rule or at
No. A 606 Sixth Street. Also dry cord
wood for sale in any quantity.
J. Anthony
THE LA GRANDE'
NURSERY
Geo. W. Powell,
I have made a special reduction
' on roses for the next 1 5 days,
roses from 55c to 50c
Your choice for 25c
Until the 28th of February ,
Come and be first to select. I
also have a fine lot of .Apple,
pear, prune, plum, cherry, appri
cot, peach, mulberry, shade
trees and ornamental trees,
grapes, currents, gooseberry,
blackberry, dewberry, rasp
berry, vines, creepers, and
hedge plants.
Phone 1511. Thorns' grocery
ANNOUNCEMENT
TO THE REPUBLICAN VOTERS
t OF UNION COUNTY
I hereby announce myself as
Candidate for the Republican nom
nation for County Judge, subject
to the primary nominat.ng election
to be held April 20th.
J. C. Henry.
FOR SALE
Three fine Reed Rockers ,. $.50. $5.25, $7.60 1
Clock .... :.$3.00 ;
Bed Lounge f
16x30, 12oz. 7 foot Wall Tent, New
Upholstered Mahogony Parlor Chair
Sewing Machine, on trial ......
ALL ON EASY TERMS-
$8.00
.$26.00
...$i.oo:
.$16.60
EXCELSIOR RANGES
Best Stoves and Ranges made. I sell them at $2? 50, -$3
1 .00. $34.00, $38.00. New Gooking Stoves, $8.00
to $29.00, on the installment plan. ; ; V
Bring in your old stoves and trade on a new range or heater.' ' '
F. D. HAISTEN, .
PHONE RED J 161 ; : j rj
Highest prices paid for Second Hand Goods
ANNOUNCEMENT
TO THE REPUBLICAN VOTERS
OF UNION COUNTY
I. hereby announce myself as
Candidate for the Republican nom
ination for Sheriff of Union County,
subject to the primary nominating
lection to be held April 20th.
J. M. Murphy
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BIG REDUCTION SALE I
ON ALL CHRISTMAS GOODS 1
IS NOW ON AT HILL'S DRUG STORE
Very complete line to choose from, in books, 'Perfumes,
Toilet Sets, Manicures, Hand Bags, Vases, Smokers' Sets,
Ink Wells, Mirrors, Albuns and many other nice things.
. Call and see what we have. .'. .". .',
A. T.
Prescription Druggist
HILL
LA GRANDE, OR
Ti l yc:ir,g mm I vc? the pirl;
Ihts hi3 business.
Tl. ) ynung girl loves the man;
'i'nat s her business.
Soon they will marry;
That's their business.
To fit them out for housekeeping
That's Our Business.
. W. H. BOHNENKAMP, :
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: HARDWARE AND FURNITURE. j
HIS APPRECIATION
THE BUSINESS MAN thoroughly appreciates the advantages of
checking account with a bank. Those who do not keep such ,
alburn miss many or its advantages.
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eth?.alW,ay9 8'ad ex?,!a,n th "orWne of a checking account
to those who are not familiar with banking. ,
Interests paid on time deposits and in savings department.
CAPITAL ANDSURPIUS
$74,000.00.
Vhe farmers and "Uradirs
7atona( flank
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LEATHER SOUVENIR POSTALS
DRESSING COMBS
PICTURE RACKS
CRUMB TRAYS
STA1I0NERY
E. M. Wellman & Company
ADAMS AVENUE
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