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STEWARD, Proprietor end Mgr
Yo x'ill purely make a" mistake if you cfo not
take some stock in -the mines of the Aoxelia
Mining company, before another raise.
t- THE ' PRICE ' of 8tock
7 to 10 on April 1. From
last reports the mine Is producing ore every day,
and will ship ore this summer. Investigate and
see. ' '
AURELIA MINING CO.
l ffhe question that preplexet the housewife these days.
Call at our store and select a menu from our choice line
-of canned goods. Or, better yet, we have on hand vege
tables and other delacicies that will relieve the monoty of
the usual spring menu. ' Remember, our delivery is at
your service whether the order is large or small.
NEBRASKA , GROCERY
MRS. MAGGIE SHEARER. Prop.
Milk Talk No. 2. '
I CLEANLINESS 1
As milk is the natural food for the
young, containing within itself all
the reguirentents of the body, and
as any adulteration is injurious to
the eystem, (either from absorp- ,
tion or otherwise) therefore the
health of the consumer, and espec
iallyj the- young, depend to a
great extent upon those who handle
the milk. And as there are so
many ways in handling the cow as
well as the milk after being drawn
from the cow. Every consumer
should visit the place from whence
he gets his milk (no matter if it is
surrounded by a high board fence)
and see how the cow and the milk
are handled before using it as a
food for the baby.
SPRING BROOK DAIRY
is always open for
invites you to come
Repairs Strictly Firslclass
Ktys fitted to door Lo ks
" Adams Avtfioe
LA GRANDE SCHOOL
PROF. DAY, PRINCIPAL.
MRS. DAY. ASSISTANT.
This is one of the best musical in- .
institutions in the state, and that
people in this city and valley are
begininngtodiscover the advantage
of this school. The system u the
latest and most practical, and in
cludes all the latest discoveriesin
the art of teaching music. The
school is divided into two depart
ments; No. 1 is for beginners from
6 years or more and are taught
the first three grades. Pupils come
one hour each day. This is no kin
dergarten system but far superior.
In No. 2 the grades n
B. Here they graduate Pupil
take one or two lessons sveek as
they desire. tto- sstar. will be
' permitted to wmam in this school
who do not study.
Opposite the Foley House over
the candy store. Phone. 473.
win be advanced from
J. A. THR0MS01M.
EAGLES La Grande Aerie 259 F. 0.
E. meets every Friday night in Redmen
Hall. Lewis Buildmgat 8 p. m. Visiting
brethren invited to attend.
1. R. Snook W. S'
Dr. 0. L. Biggers W. P.
I. 0. 0. F. -La, Grande Lodge No. 16,
meets in their hall every Saturday night.
Visiting brothers cordially invited to at
tend. Cemetery plat may be seen at
H. E. Cooudob, N. G.
D. E. Cox, Sec
STAR ENCAMPMENT. No. si, I. 0.
0. F. Meets every first and third Thurs
days in the month in Odd Fellows hall.
Visiting patriarchs always welcome,
G. E. Fowler, C. P.
D. E. Cox. Scribe.
M. W. A.- La Grande Camp No. 7703
meets every first and third Wednesday
of the month at I. 0. O. F. hall. All
visiting neighbors are cordially invited to
attend. C. S. WjJJiams, V. C.
i u.. . r-i-i.
junn riALi., uivir.
FORESTERS OF AMERICA Court
Maid Marion No. 22 meets each Thurs
day nieht in Redman hall. Brothers
are invited to attend.
Fred Hon Chief Ranger
L. L. Snoograss Financial Sec.
Board of Trustees Dr. u. L. Biooers
John Hall and C. S. Williaml
FRIENDSHIP TENT No. J51.K.0.T
M. Meets second and fourth Wednesdays
each month in I. 0. 0. F. hall. Visiting
n. l. nan, oom.
Mox Bloch, Record Keeper
L.O. T. M. HIVE No. 27. Meets every
first and third Thursdays in the after
noon at the Redmen hall. All visiting
ladies are welcome.
Maude Lono Lady Commander.
M. C. Vessey, Record Keeper.
B. P. 0. E. La GRANDE LODGE No.
433 Meets each Thursday evening at
eight o'clock in Elks hall, on Adams Ave
nue. Visiting Brothers are cordially in
vited to attend.
F. S. Ivahhoe. Exalted Ruler
G. E. McCullv, Recording Secretary.
LA GRANDE LODGE No. 169,
WOODtVrUN OF THE WORLD M jots
every Friday of each month in 1
the K. of P. hall in the Corp building. All
visiting members welcome.
N. L. Acki.es, Consul Commander
J. H. Keeney, Clerk.
RED CROSS LODGE, No. 27-Meets
every Monday evening in Castle Hall,
Corpe building. A Pythian welcome to
all visiting Knights,
N. L Ackles, C. C.
R. Pattison, K. R. & S.
' THEN CALL
THE TRANSFER MAN
He will take that trunk to the De
pot or your home in less time than
it takes to toll it.
Day phone Red 761
Night phone Black 1792
Wagon always at your service
. AT Iii! OPTRA ROUSE TOMT
, That the Frazer Theatre company,
managed by K. J. Taylor, will be apprer
dated during its stay here, was shown by
the attendance and applause last night,
on the occasion of the company's first
appearance here. Although the weather
was cold, neverless the theatre was well
filled, and that the play was liked was
shown by the applause.
The bill last night was "The Black
Hand," a stirring four-act melodrama.
The scene is in the mountains of Kentucky,
and the plot hinges around a family feud
of mady years' standing and an outlaw
organization known as the Black Hand.
The play was well presented by Mr. Tay
lor's company, which in its class is one
of the best that has ever, been seen here.
There is sufficient comedy in the produc
tion to keep it from being too weighty. As
Herman Hochstein, a German, 0. S.
Cobb is a success, while David Williams
as Dick Day, whose feet and tongue both
stutter, was also ciever. Ti.wi iz n:t
poor member in the company.
K. J, Taylor appeared last night as Jim
Hopkins, and he played the part in his
usual capable manner. E. 0,
This company will open a week's en
gagement at Steward's opera house Mon
day March 19. '
DR. STOl ONflllUHD DYSENTERY
' "Some of my greatest successes have
been in this line. One of my earliest
cases was a little boy of four, at Macon,
Mo. He was trudging along the dusty
road with his destitute mother. Taking
the little fellow up, I began fumbling along
the spine. Some places I found hot, some
cold. Going deeper I found rigid and
loose places in the muscles and ligaments
of the entire back, while the lower spinal
muscles and tissues were in badly con
gested condition. I worked for a few
minutes on that basis and told the mother
to report next day. She came the next
morning saying that her child was well
Flux was then prevalent in Macon, where
I was visiting when this occured. That
mother brought othr ick children. As
near J oan remember. I ha seventeen
evert oases of flux nd ured all without
drugs. Other CM of sqmmer a,nd fall
diseases 1 was called to treat and ggn
found myself burdened with large prag.
(Diary of Dr. A. T. Still.)
PHONE YQUR ORDERS
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any time you want drug store goods. We
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and deliver the goods promptly whether
the demand is for five cent's worth or
five dollars worth.
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Have you pains in the back, inflamma
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Never think yon are bothering when
you ask us to deliver drug store goods,
Small orders as cheerfully delivered as
We have a free delivery service inaug
urated for convenience of our customers
It's a prompt service, so when in a .hurry
don t hesitate for fear you II not get your
goods promptly. .'
Your prescriptions we will send for and
deliver. Phone us, write us; we re ever
ready with the goods goods of a quality
we use ourselves, too, and we are quite
sure they will suit you. If not, we will
refund your money.
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LA OBAHDE. iR
Worth. Onalm. Kn-
City, at. Uaa, CM-
Pottlaad. I re.
W.Mna, Wnlla Walla,
lavlnn. fl-nfiM-rov. L'oi-
fas. Moanow. Hpokan
d M4nl aim aad
nrtb nHakare -
rortlaad. Uallea. rVi,.
late. Lcwktna, CoMai,
M'wcim, atiMcv, war.
Mr, Hpiikana ana utlx r
poiiiu cut ata aorta
Island (ft. rtnL Ina-
hlcr aad . -fa. Con-
tan at Ela tli
Ma-r lor palnta aVtal-
Ovmn Wan men rvtwean Porlland and Han
Krancl ao ararj lira dar.
E C. MUOBK Afenf,
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Are often capable
of doinK iniurv to
less positive people, the very empliasiv
of their uftirmalion tnaUing up for lack
of argument mul V. nut of eviilence.
And the w. rst of all dogmatists are
those doctors who, harking back to sonr
old dogma of the schools, insist thai
certain patients are beyond all medical
help, liecuuiie, forsooth, thHr diseases
are leyond the limited medical know
ledge of the dogmatist.
nVlien the physicians had given me
up' I was cured by the use of Dr. Tierce's
Golden Medical Discovery." That state
ment, varied sometimes in form but
identical in fact, is one of the common
expressions found in the letters of tbotte
cured by "Oouieu ulcuUuI I?:: "
Sometimes the Ktatement runs; "I was
given up bv four doctors," showing a
desperate effort to rind relief in local
practitioners. Hut However tlie story
begins, it almost invariably ends with
the statement, " I am perfectly cured by
Dr. Pierce's (ollen Medical Discovery."
Persons suuenng lrom " weak" lungs.
hemorrhages, deep-seated cough, ema
ciation and weakness, have been restored
to perfect health by the " Discovery,"
The philosophy pf the cures effected
by this marvelous medicine Is not hard
to understand, line is sustained ny
food, digested and assimilated. The
basis of health is a good appetite and a
sound digestion, In almost all cases of
disease toss of appetite is an early symp
tom, ana tuis is promptly loiioweu oy a
wauling of the nesiu For some -cause
the food eaten is not being converted
into nutrition and the body and its or
gans, being starved, must grow weak.
There Is only one way to get strength
and that Is by food. Dr. Tierce's Golden
Medical Discover v Heals diseases ot the
stomach and allied organs of digestion
and nutrition,-so enabling the body to
assimilate the needed nourishment.
Thus various forms of "weakness," so-
called, are cured by the "Discovery"
"weak" lung, "weak" neart, "weak"
nerves, "weak" or sluggish liver, etc.,
because the organs are made strong Dy
food, which is perfectly digested aim
assimilated after the "Discovery hae
pea)ed the diseases, of tlio stomach and
associated ojgan or aiyesuon ana tm
PAIN ALL GOME.
r h i.Wn vmir mrdldne with the rreatrat
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port Slalkiu. Wntmorrland Co., l-enn a, ana
can honeltly aay Dr. Pierce's tioldco Medical
Discovery has cured me ol a pain in my hunt
l.inff lhf the hpal doctor COUlil not helD. Mv
appetite and dixeotion have improved ao that I
can eat anyinion ( an, w .
hu cured me of womb trouble that I ullrrrd
from for fifteen yeara, and painful monthly
troubles. I can worn a wnoie aay ana noi ax-i
tired. My pain is all gone and 1 reel like a new
u.r.ti I auArrrd with headache all the time,
but have no headache now aince taking your
medicine. Your -tioldeu Menicni uincovery-
and ' Favorite PrMcrtiUon ' do all that you claim
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in i, ia diK-tnr in I le mate couui not i
me. -Oolclen Medical uwcovery curea me 01
neuralgia that I Buffered from for live yeara. and
if mv Wcr can save one other poor sufferer,
you can pabliah It." .
"ALMOST A MIHAGLC"
t took a severe cold which arttlrd in the
bronchial tubes," writes Rev. Frank llay.f f Nor
tonville. jfenVraon Co., Kanaaa. "After tryinu
aiedicinra lalieled "Sure Cure," alm.-a without
w,mi. f led In trv Dr. Pierre's (-.olden
Medical Diacovery. I took two bottles and was
cured, aud have atnved cured.
"When I think of the areat pain 1 had to en
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almost a miracle thnt ( ao aoon relieved."
nr. Pierce's Pleasant Tellets cure cort
Hnntinn. Tliev do not re-act upon the
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It warms you up and starts the life blood
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(First publication March 1 2th, 1 906.)
In the circuit court of the state, of Ore
gon for Union County.
John Wilson Plaintiff ,
C. A. Staples Defendant ,
To C. A. Staples, the said defendant:
In the name of the state of Oregon, you
are required to appear and answer the
complaint in the above entitled cause and
court on or before April 25th. 1 90S, or in
default thereof, the plaintiff will take
judgement against you for the sum of
$87.78, with intertst thereon at the rate
of six per cent per annum after October
2d., 1904, together with his costs and
disbursements and order for sale of at
tached property. This summons is serv
ed upon you by publication in the La
Grande Evening Observer, published at
La Grande, Oregon, for six consecutive
weeks, by order of Hon. Robert Eakin
Judge of the above entitled court, dated
March 10th. 1906.
- C. H. Finn,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Cures Biliousness, Sick
Headache, Sour Stom
ach; Torpid Liver and
Commencing Monday, March 19
THE BLACK HAND!
: Tuesday :
MAN" OF MYSTERY !
j SOUTHERN ROSE;
Prices, 10, 20
- : - -
Wc arc in the rrarktt for several cars of potatoes. We
will take any quantity that y u have, from one sack N
to a car load. We also want a - limited supply of car
rots. ' ... .. .," '
" ON SALE
Our storage No. I, is still filled with tne choicest hayl
AH gradesf timothy m'xed
the hay at very low price.
Oregon Produce Company
ESTABLISHED J 8 8 J
Capital Stock, Surplus and undivided profits $160,090 00
' officers and directors " ;
TE0R0E 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. C0NLEY.
. C,C PENINQTON.. " - F. J. HOLMES.
General banking business,
parts of the world. . .
LA GRANDE IRON WORKS
D. FITZGERALD, Proprietor,
' Complete Machine Shops and Foundry
General Blacksmiths, We manufacture The Fitzgerald Roller Feed
Mill., the best iud cheapest mill on the market Our shops are
equipped with machinery to handle any sized work, nothing too large
or nothing to small. Highest prices paid for old iron. ':
Every Catarrh sufferer dreada the return of cold weather, for nt tlie I -cold
breath of the season this plague of Winter is fanned into life with
its miserable symptoms, The nostrils are stopped up, aud a constant dr
ping; of mucus back into the throat keeps np a continual hawking and a
ting, the patient has dull headaches, ringing noises in the ears nnd 'a 1
sick, depressed feeling all the time. Kwry inner lining and tissue of f
body becomes inflamed, and secretes an unhealthy matter which is absor
into the blood and distributed to all parts of the body, and the disease
comes constitutional.' The catarrhal poison brings on stomach trouh
affects the Kidneys and Bladder, attacks the soft bones of the throat '
head and if not checked leads to Consumption. A disease so deep-Be: '
and dangerous cannot be washed out, neither can it be smoked av
Sprays, washes, inhalations, etc., are useless, because they only reach J
membranes and tissues, while the real cause of the disease is in the hi-'
S. S. S. cures Catarrh because it attacks it through the blood; it goes ' '
the circulation and drives out all unhealthy accumulations and catar'
matter, and when this is done every part of tlie system receives a suppM
you have Catarrh do not waste time with local remedies, but begin S. j i
nd wiite for out book and any medical advice without cliarg. f 1
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. Ar.lNTA. C. !
Laxative Fruit Syrup
v . MONDAY :
and 30 cents
v; - ,t ,.:.-t
wild hay. We clfer
Drafts drawn on all
THE PLAGU :
OF WINTER ?
ncn, pure blood, inen tlie inllnmed n ;
branes and tissues heal, all discharge cei,
the depressed feeling of the body is relieved'
every symptom passes away. S. S. S. go
the very root of the trouble, and by purify
and enriching the blood and building up !
entire system, cures Catarrh permanently 1
Cleanses the syste, J
thoroughly and clea;
sallow complexions Jj:
pimples and blotcbl
It la guaranteed
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