La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959, August 25, 1906, Image 4

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WE WANT MONEY
and, in order to get it we have
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at a reduced Drice.
We can do this and still make a good profit because we
t - .4, wut cachoo ttuuuuni, in me miaaie ana we are
; willing to give the benefit to our customers.
A ,2 Our line of groceries is complete and the quality is un
s.-- -au ana aiiow
4 i casn purcnases. '
: SEATTLE GROCERY STORE
LAWSON
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CITY BREWERY
JULIUS ROESCH, Proprietor.
Largest Brewing Plant inEasiern Oregon
' Ask for La Grande
LA GRANDE BEER IS
; AND SHOULD HAVE
LA GRANDE IRON WORKS
D. FITZGERALD, Proprietor
Complete Machine Shops" and Foundry .
General Blacksmiths, W manufacture Th" Fitzgerald Roller Feed
Mill., the best and cheapest mill on the market Our shops are
equipped with machinery to handle any sized work, nothing too lams
or nothing to small. High' prices
A ROAST
FROM O.RANDY & RUSSEL S
will give you a very agreeable surprise
If you are not a customer of ours, ai:d
you will wonder why you never favored
us with an order before. Any of nr
patrons will tell you that our meats far
surpass anything ever tasted, being of th
finest and most tender quslity; and what
is more, always so. The best lamb,
mutton, beef, veal and poultry in season
it always to be found at
-; Grandy& Russell
MEAT
Fresh and Cured
Can be obtained at this mar
at all times. We deliver all
orders promptly. Phone to
U8 or leave your order. We
will do the rest.
KROUSE BROS Prop.
Successor to J. Bull and Go.
Phone Main 48
decided to sell groceries
CASH
us to quote you prices on
BROS. Prop.
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Beer andtget the Best
MADE IN LA GRANDE
THE PREFERENCE
paid for old cast iron.
All our groceries are good; clean,
fresh, and pure. The kind that
s will make your meals very delici-
oue. and give the house-wife an
easy task in preparing it.
We challenge the city on fresh
farm produce and berries. Every
thing that should be found in a
first class grocery.
PROMPT DELIVERY
PHONE MAIN 46
QEDDLf BR
NORTH FIR STREET
f If you bring her to our
(Ct CREAM PARLORS
you will have her won withou
pleading your case at her feet
SELDER, The Candy
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m YORKERS SUFfER
FROM fJjNNK OF FLEAS
THE LIVELY LITTLE CREATURES INVADE THE SWELL
RESIDENCE DISTRICT
.SCRATCH
(Ocrlpps Near Association)
New York, Aug. 25 The upper West
side is suffering from an epidemic of fleas
that amount to a positive pest. Th fun
of it is that th "pesky critters" have at
tacked the very territory in which our
richest and most high-toned citizens dwell
and have spread themselves with all mag
nificence. Along th Riverside Drive
stretches a long line ofjsplendid residences,
in which costly and fine raiments are the
rule and sumptuous dinners a common
occuranc. while the bed's are of down,
and soft and tender to the bodies of th
slumberers. But these beds are full of
float, urn fiu is ubquiious, tutu can bile
as well on down as on sackcloth.. Th
people on the East side may be scratch
ing for a living, but the people of the
Riversids Drive are scratching for a
moments relief. It is some comfort that
our rich people are making a study of .th
habits and character of Ihe nimbi little
creatures, and by winter will be full of
knowledge besides many reminiscences of
BIER COUNTY PREACHERS
fl TO MAKE
If five particular marriages occurred in
th past year, then there is owing to th
county of Baker, between $2500 and
1 3.000 in fines, unassessed and unpaid,
but assessable and collectable. The mar
riages are those of;
John Hiatt and Julia Roundy, issued a
license on August 28, 1906.
, William Jellison and Mary Chapel,
license issued November 20, 1905.
D. W. Coubens and Sarah Johnson,
license issued December 22, 1 90S.
John Crossen and Mollis Obrich, license
issued February 12. 1906.
Q. W. Asby and Ida Reed, license issued
May 7. 1906.
. Pfficially there is nothing to show that
these marriages have been performed.
There has been no return of the cere
mony made by the officiating minister or
the judge, if judge it was who performed
the ceremony. "Are they married,"
Clerk Combs asks curiosly.
The law makers expected an official
ADVERTISED LETTERS
Remaining uncalled for in this office
for the week ending Aug. 23. 1906.
Ames Bessie Beeghley A. O.
Boatman Mrs. D. D. Carter W. J.
Buchanan Mrs. Ellen Church Mr. A. M.
Corbett Miss Margaret Evins Mr. Grant
Harvison Gsnette Hinchty Mr. Jack
Hughes Miss Lenore King J. H.
Lowell Miss Phoebe Loray Mr. Albert
Miller Mrs. Annie McCoy Mr. J. E.
Nelson Mrs. C. A. Merrll Frank
Richardson Mrs. Lottie Morrow Mr. Wilbur
Owen Mr. Wm. E. Peatt A. W.
Small Mr. Arthur Small Mr. F. B.
Smith Mr. J. F. Stern Mr. F. C.
Talbert Mr. Dick.
Duckett Mr. Geo.
These letters will be sent to th dead
letter office Sept. 6, 1906. if not delivered
before. In calling for th above, please
say ' Advertised." giving date of list .
G. M. RictikY
P. M.
SURE CURE fOR SNAKE BITES
Here is a "sure cure" for snake bit,
that is said to be far ahead of the old
time remedy, that used to b so popular.
"Take about seven drops of th tincture
of iodine, scarify and bath th wound
also with iodine. This remedy was first
used by a medical officer in British ser
vice in India. It has cured both man and
beast; it never fails. It is really wonder
ful in Its affects. Or, taken inwardly,
give about seven drops on a little sugar,
and to make double sur repeat th dose
an hour later. Eichange.
A tragic finish
A watchman's neglect permitted a
leak in the great North Sea dyke, which
a child's finger could have stopped, to be
come a runinous break, devastating an
entire province of Holland. In like man
ner Kenneth Mclver, of Vaixeboro, WT,
permitted a little cold to go unnoticed
until a traggic finish was only averted by
Dr. King's New Discovery. He writes:
"Three doctors gave m up to die of lung
inflamation, caused by a neglected cold,
but Dr. King s New Discovery saved my
life." Guaranteed best cough and cold
cure, at Newtin Drug Co. 60c and $1.00.
Trial bottle free.
RICH AND POOR
ALIKE '
th fleas that have dwelt with them with
constancy that is above reproach. People
are reading up on Egypt, and trying to
get som lines upon the way th people
of that country endured th insect. Others
are complaining to their landlords, but
they have fleas of their own, and all the
bother they want on their own premises
and persons. The color of th parasite
is a reddish brown. They do not seem
to trouble themselves about the discom
forts of th subway, but simply cling to
th human friends they have found and
become quit attached. There is never
a friend so true as a flea. He never de-
Mutswis, uuirUiK away iui kuiuu uiu,
of flesh, and tenderer places to bite.
One man comes forward with a com
mon remedy simply sprinkle common
table salt around th habitat of th flea
and he will flee away. The trouble is
urn. must people mime in salt man is
making fun of them and don't try it, but
it It said that some have tried it and find
it efficacious.
knowledge and wanted' record kept of
those things. Hence they hedged in the
officiating minister oi judge with a serious
penalty for failure to record a ceremony
performed by him.
Th stata provides that any one who
willfully refuses or neglects to make the
return specified, shall forfe t for such
refusal or neglect a penalty of not less
than $10 nor more than $50 to be recov
rd by action for each five
days of such refusal or neglect.
If Baker ministers perorfmed the cere
monies in question, and areas poor as the
traditional ministers, they may nd even
the little saving wiped out by a strictly
technical interpretation of the law. In its
mildest sense the court before whom such
actions were brought, if they were brought
would have to fins various ministers or
magistrates a sum of notless than $2610
while if the law was enforced with rigor
the penalties at $10 for each five days
would amount to $13,040.00
MORE DAIRY COWS
J. R. Halley returned the last of the
week from Grande Ronde valley, brinainff
with him a fine herd of twelve full blood
Jersey cows which h purchased while
there. This is one of the best lot of dairy
cows in the Wallowa valley. Mr. Halley
has purchased a cream separator and is
disposing of the product to the Blue
Mountain Creamery Co.. of this city at
the top price paid for butter fat anywhere
in th eastern part of the state. Wallowa
Chieftain.
BIDS WANTED -
Notice is here by given that the under
signed will receive sealed bids up to and
including August 29 for removing 8,000 to
10,000 cubicyardsof sand and gravel,
W reservethe right to reject any and
all bids. For further particulars inquire
at the office of the.
Georos Parlmlr Lumbkr Company
La Grande National Bank Bldg.
La Grande Oregon.
PALMER HOUSE
JOHN PALMER. Prop.
Firstclass accommodations.
Board by the day week or month
i rsasonaoi rates
New furniture throughout.
Centrally located
ADAMS ANENUE h.tr, Fl.
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It hrirur In tha littl
Blft Of hMlthv ffafth ftnli4 twn inlmoU
That what HollisUr Rocky Mountain
Tem dan. Bftftt hahlf mwiirina m mmrth
tea or Tablets, 58 cants.
RETPS
Niwlin Duo Company.
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Z WORK GUARANTEED
SANITARY PLUMBING
Is as essential in your home as the doctor
OUR WORK
Executed in workmanlike manner and approved
sanitary standards. Carrying a complete line of J
Bath Tubs. Sinks, Toilets, Lnvatorys and all
plumbing fixtures.
G. W. O'NEIL
t 1013 Washington Avenue
B. W. NOYES
NOYES
Dealers in
Electric Supplies
LAMPS and HOUSE WIRING A SPECIALTY
' Phone Black 1161
Hamilton Building. Corner Fir and Adams Averue
91
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PHONE
LaGr,nie,
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SEED
Eield and Garden
IN PACKAGES AND IN BULK
For several seasons we have been the leading sed
distributor, of Union county and our present , 0ck
..larger than ever EverytS.ng in the SeeV li t
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oiiuer
. JEFFERSON AVE
LUMBER
-RETAILED AT -3
WHOLESALE PRICES
Better Lumber and Chtjn.i. k
-rand. We 2Sl
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Grande Ronde Lumber Co !
PERRT, OREGON.
PRICES REASONABLE
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TELEPHONE RED 161
JOHN HALL
& HALL
Yes if you will step this way
please, we will show you
some of the excellent laundry
work we are doing every day.
You will feel proud when you
walk along the street dressed
in one of those shirts that
we turn out of this laundry.
B. C.
LAUNDRY
MAIN 7
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