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jj FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH 1
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. , j eearcnea Tor it right in our store. '
It is delightful to sio our Snn WIRd .
T "iLn ana our patron uy that
J ou!d delight to sip it all th. day. Giv. your mouth
I A -5 ODA WATER TREAT
W a'so have
,CrnrtAJ!l'.9RAPE JlJ,CE- LEMONADE,
COCO COLA, and ROOT BEER
Our Juices are from PURE FRUIT.
Doctor. Prescription, and Family Receipt, a Specialty
. wwuam rnarmacists Always in Attendance.
RED GROSS DRUG STORE
A. C. MAC LENNAN. Prop.
We pay 6.le per pound for fancy large BLACK CHERRIES, and
for others according to grade and variety.
We are in the market for eggs. We pay 22 e per doz. Spot Cash.
We are now ready to contract for your entire hay crop for this season.
CaH and see us before you rr.ake any arrangements.
We have a large stock of strawberry boxes and crates, which w
otter very cheap in order to close them out.
EXCELSK R $31.00 to $45.00
Means Best Range at any price. Sold
n Exchange for Old Stoves or on EASY
We have just received
Consisting of Bed Room Suits. Dressers. Iron Beds. Springs. Chairs.
Bed Lounges, Couches, Folding Beds, Cooking Stoves, Carpets, and
BARGAINS BARGAP S
WE DO UPHOLSTERY and FURNITURE REPAIRING
Phone Red 1161
F. D. HAISTEN
H'S Adams Ave.
Phone Red 241
H. B. HAISTEN
Fir Street Store
QUICK MEAL GASOLINE STOVE
The Klean, Kool, Kitchen Kind. We
Guarantee them. Money back if you
Kant, Keep Kool while Kocking.
la Grande fvenin Observer
PHONE MAIN 2
Oregon Produce Company
! VanBuren's I
N6T SHITE SO H9T
we Van you while you wait
Refreshing rest room Summer dri ks that satisfy
Best equipped Ice Cream Parlor m Eastern Oregon
j STORAGE COAL I
Buy now and save money and worry. $7.00 per ton ;
2 delivered in your bin. 2
Call and see our line of
: HAY, GRAIN, AND STEAMED ROLLED BARLEY. Z
: GRANDE RONDE CAM. COMPANY.
Phoone Main 6 Lewis Bros. Prop. ;
SATUDAY JULY 21.
Published daily except on Sunday
One year in advance $6.50
Six months in advance 3.50
Per month g5
The czar, distressed and annoyed by
the actions of some of his subjects, calls
their attention to the soft and gentle hand
thar has guided them to the quiet places
of national enjoyment, and says tUt if
they do not cease their bomb throwing
and pistoling that he will declare a dicta
torship. The czar must consider affairs
very seiious. Ex.
Entered at the Post Office at La Grande
Oregon, as Second Class Matter.
CURREY BROS- ED'S AND PROP
This paper will not publish any article
appearine over a nrm-ri-nii,m. c;j
articles will be received subject to the
discretion of the editors. Please sign
your articles and save disappointment
ADVERT HI Hi RATER
Jleplay Ad ratcn rornlabed apoo application
' ml rmdlna tun lorn lUc per line flni 1 uw,..
Moo, je per iln Iter each eabkequeos Inaei
ReeolDUona rwii1olBee. je erllne.
.nle of Uwak. tn per Una.
Some good Indians are not dead, but
they are lonesome.
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A logical man is one who readily sees
the reasonableness of your position.
There is something in, the makeup of
th waiter that prevents him from seeing
the evi:s of the tipping system.
A ton of the finest logic on the market
will not convince an tching tooth of the
error of its way.
The lawyers have changed their minds
again, and Harry Thaw appears today a
a drooling idiot, unable to remain in one
place without being locked up, and incap
able of lying on the ground without hold
General Stoessel may consider himself
more fortunate than General Fock. Death
is preferable to 20 years in the galleys.
But why couldn't Stoessel save his life
by pleading mental irresponsibility, as
Admiral Rojesventsky did?- Ex.
The Chicago man name-4 Gourdain is
making strenuous and frantic efforts to get
into the penitentiary, having been senten
ced thereto for four and a half years. He
certainly should be accomodated If a
man has to serve in jail, it isn't fair to
keep him out of it.
Advertising is rapidly becoming the
force that moves the world. Staid old
Bosto; has appropriated $50,000 to be
spent during the year in advertising the
city and trie business men will supple
ment this with another $50,000. And as
a result of this campaign with printer's
ink it will be interesting to "watch Boston
Farmers of the Inland Empire are
awakening to the fact that they must do
something to eliminate the weed pests,
that are menacing their farms. For
many years few of these species of weeds
were present and little heed was given to
them until they have increased to such
numoers that whole farms are menaced
special care should be taken to c ean the
fence lines and fence corners. The county
should see that the roadsides are kept
clean, to p event the pread:rg of the
seeds. By a careful aiyd systematic effort
the pests can be s '.si under control
and finally abolish' altogether. Pul
i THE LATEST IN EARLY
j ENGLISH FURNITURE j
Just in Prom the Factory
he men are getting in hit in ali the big
cities, pretty nearly, lately. W. F. Lyons,
president of the Central Ice Company of
Kansas City, testified la Wednesday
that he had gone into the ice business in
1900, aud that, the. following summer
being very hot, he raised the price of ice
to meet ths demand and made a profit of
$45,000 that year. Think of that will
you-$45,000? $45,000 clean-or rather
unclean-profit. All in one summer.
A recently completed census report on
the blind and deaf in the United States
shows that about one person in every
1200 was blind, and 'one in every 850
deaf in the United States in 1900. The
total number of blind in that year was
64,763, of whom 26,645 were totally
blind. About on tenth of the total num
ber of blind were born so. There were
more blind among the negroes than whites
Of the blind at least ten years. f age
20 ,1 were engaged in some gainful
formerly known as the j;
HARRIS MARKET j
PHONE MAIN 16
Having purchased the Har
ris market from Rohr &
Co. I am in a position to
give the best in quality
ane prices to be had in La
Grande. The Harris mar
ket will hereafter be known
Send your collections
and cash items to
THe Stock Growers and
OF WALLOWA. OREGON.
We pay five per cent interest on
time deposit. - lt
C. T. McDaniel, Cashier.
A. K. Stslhenbero. Pres.
j Hammocks and Lawn Swings j
: W. H. BOHNFNKAMP CO :
A LITTLE TALK ON
ICE CREAM SODA j
NOT BETTER THAN THE BEST ftf
BUT BETTER THAN THE REST
To maintain the reputation we have acquired for supplyidg the needs of our
many patrons, trt eery department, a reputation we point to with pardon-
able pride, we want, now, to advise you that we have opened our soda J
fountain with a new line of crushed fruits and fruit juice which excel any
which we have ever had. and while we may occasianly find a party who
has never tried one of our delicious ICE CREAM SODAS we find hun- 5
dred who have, and do. and always ill,. because .they want the .best and.. ,
appreciate a fine article. We have' some new" flavors this year " which" are" J
going to be of Universal favor en account of their delicate flavors. Hoping J
you will kindly favor us with an early call, so we may show you,.
We are respectfully, Jy
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A. T. HILL
LA GRANDE. OR
j HIS APPRECIATION I
THETBLS1NESS MAN thoroughly appreciates the advantages"of a
checking account with a bank. Those who do not keep such an
account miss many of its advantages.
We are always glad to explain the workings of a checking account
to those who are not familiar with banking.
Interests) paid on time deposits and in savings department.
t CAPITAL AND SURPI US
farmer?' ana Uraders lj
J. M. PlARE.
IN ANCIENT DAYS
watches were clumsv affairs a-f'
were not over-accurate. To aVl
pi maw now mucn we an or
watchwaking has advanced you
inouia see our laates
They are delicate little affairs in
old, silver, gun metal, or enamel. J
I hey are all guaranteed to keep Z
accurate time and not to get out of
order easily. The prices are about T
anything you care to pay. Z
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