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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 1, 1906)
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i otATTLE GROCERY STORE I
LAWSON BROS. Proo S
LAWSON BROS. Prop
JULIUS ROESCH. P w 1 :
j Largest Brewing Plant in Eastern Oregon 1
Ask for La Grande Beer andtget the Best
jT LA GRANDE BEER IS MADE IN LA GRANDE
j AND SHOULD HAVE THE PREFERENCE
j LA GRANDE IRON WORKS 1
D- FITZGERALD. Proprietor 2
J Gmplete Machine Shops; and Foundry j
Mr?,!8.!0,1","14' W,manufactu The Fitzgerald Roller Feed 5
?i M"!" thf cheapest mill on the market. Our shops are
llfi equipped w.th machinery to handle any sized work, nothing too large Z
or nothing to small. High prices paid for old east iron.
FROM GRANDY & RUSSEL'S
will give you a very agreeable surprise
if you are not a customer of ours, and
you will wonder why you never favored
us with an order before. Any of rur
patrons will tell you that our meat far
t Jjws anything ever tasted, being of th
fiSittni most tender quality; and whaL
is more, always so. The best lamb,
mutton, beef, veal and poultry in season
is always to be found at
Fresh and Cured
Ian be obtained at this mar
k'l times. We deliver all
raers promptly. Phone to
8 or leave your order. We
ill do the rest.
.ROUSE BROS Prop.
f Accessor to J. Bull and Go.
Phone Main 48
All our groceries are good, clean,
fresh, and pure. The kind that
a will make your meals very delici-
ous, and give the house-wife an
Baa las m prepairing it.
We challenge the city on fresh
farm produce and berries. Every-
thing that should be found in a J
PHONE MAIN 46
QEDDEJ BR2J i
If you bring her to our
ICE CREAM PARLORS
you wiH have her won withou
pleading your case at her feet
SELDER, The Carjy
(Scrlpp New Association)
Kutztown, Pa- Sept. 1 Hundreds of
members of the Dietrich family are in
attendance at the annual reunion of th
Dietrich family at Kutztown Park today.
Thie is th third reunion of th family
which numbers more than 6.000 members
who are scattered through very state
and territory in th Union. Som thirty-
six members of th Dietrich family.
which traces its history back to Dietrich.
Bern, King of th Ostgoths in Southern
Europ from 452 to 626 A. D.. cam
across th sea between 1751 and 1 776
and became scattered through th
A BEAUTIFUL PRESf.1T
Judge and Mrs. Robert Eakin, of La
Grande, who were among th organizers
of th Union Presbyterian church, last
Sabbath presented th church with a
beautiful silver individual communion set
of 76 pieces. Mr. and Mrs. Eakin are
about to take their departure for Salem,
where Judge Eakin it to take hi position
on th Supreme Bench. Union Republic.
The three packing houses ar busy now
handling th piun crop. About four cars,
averaging 1 000 crate per car. ar ship
ped daily. Saturday was th banner day
seven carloads being shipped on that
date. It requires 140 packers to prepare
werruit ror snipmett, and they earn
from $ 1 to $3 par day. Milton Eagle,
EVIDENTLY A SNRIKE
Th Japs who were working on th r-
constructinn of the road from Union to
Union depot quit without notice Tuesday
night The Japs ar an irresponsible class
of people, ar without that wholesome
appreciation of life, without which no on
it elegible to the higher attributes of civ
ilization. Union Scout.
RECORD WHEAT YEHD
T. J. Mead, who farm Arthur Hall
ganns place north or this city, was
among the business callers at Th Re
corder office this week. Mr. Mead had
just finished thrashing his wheat which
gave an average yield of 63 bushols to
the acre. It was of the little club variety
and was a very fin quality. This is th
largest yield reported in the county this
year and speaks well for northern Union
county as a grain prodncing section. El
JEWISH NEW TEAR
On September 20 the Jews New Year
will bs ushered in. According to Hebrew
chronology, this will be year 6667. From
one to two days will be observed, and the
Jewish merchants will close their doors
while the annual ceremonies are bains
observed. "Roshonah" is the Hebrew
term for th Nw Year, which will thit
year be observed by rich and ooor alike
the world throughout.
I live and let my brethern live
With all that's good to ma;
Unto the poor some cash I Diva.
The balance I give Rocky MountainTea
Nbwlin Druo Company
Treasurer Calls ForCily Warrants
Notice it hereby civen that there ar
now runds on hand to pay all out stand
ing warrants issued on General FunH nf
La Grand City, up to and including, No.
6289 endorsed Deo. 1 0, 1 904.
Interest on all warrants on Gnrl
Fund from;No.5234 to No. 6289 inclusive.
ceases from thit data.
There ar also funds in th treasury to
pay all warrants issued against Water
Fund of La Grand Citv. uo to and in
eluding No. 6284 endorsed June 22, 1 906
Interest on all warrants on
Mater Fund from No. 6058 to No. 6284
exclutiv, seases from data of thi. nil
La Grande, Oregon, July 31, 1906.
J. K. Wrioht.
Any Make of
Agent for Cleveland Bicyclet
WHY WSI0A11USI LATIN ,
Th us of Latin by physicians in tr
scription writing is commonly regarded
at a harmless survival of medivalittr.
Occasionally a lay writer suggests iu
abandonment In commenting nn re
cant not to this effect In a daily ' paper,
which advocates th compulsory us of
English in precriptione. th Druggist's
Circular and Chemical Oazett takes oc
casion to make a strong defeat of the
tim-honored practic. Says this papr:
"Suppose th sapient writer quoted
whose utterances may tould all right to
those who know no more of it subjects
than he does, should fall sick and his Dhv-
sician should decide that th on thing
needful to save his life was geranium rob-
rtianum. If there were a law prevent
ing th doctor from prescribing in Latin
h would have to choos on of th up
ward of a dozen English names for this
Suppose he choos 'redshanks' and so
wrot th word in his prescription. When
th druggist want to prepare the medicine
h would find that 'redshanks' was th
English nam of at least four ntirly diff
erent plants, namely, th on already
mentioned, polygonium amphibium, poly
gonum persicaria and rumex acetora.
At the J. H. Salesbury
place. One quarter mile
oi imoier, on tne
SATURDAY, SEPT. 8
COMMENCING AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
Following property will be told to the
4 work horses, 8 colts, on and two
year old, 4 milch cowt. 8 head young
cattle, 2 wagons, 1 surrey, 3 sets of
harness, 1 beet seeder, 1 beet plow, 2
beet cultivators. 1 beet rack and nets,
1 cider mill, 3 steel cables and pulleys,
i walking plow, 1 gang plow 1 three
section harrow, 2 garden cultivators, 1
garden drill and cultivator, pigs and
chickens, book case and desk, foldino bed
and springs, 8 sets of beds, children's bed,
couch, steel range, heating stove, cook
stov. urgan, extension tab!, settees
linoleums, chairs and other household
goods too numerous to mention.
Terms: $10 and under, cash; over $10
six months with approved security.
Free lunch w.ll be served at noon.
J. It SALESBURY
L. M. Jknson, Auctioneer
It brings to the little one that priceless
on i oi nuaiuiy nesn, sona Done and muscle
That's what Hoi!
i ea does. Best baby meaicme on earth
Tea or Tablets, 56 cents.
Newun Druo Company,
IN THE COUNTY COURT FOR THE
COUNTY OF UNION-STATE
In th Matter of th estate of )
K. U. Kuckman. V Citation
To E. H. Ruckman and Martha J . Ruck-
man, and all heirs or devisees unknown or
non-resident Greeting: In the name of
th slat of Oregon. You ar hereby
cited and required to appear in the county
court of th stat of Oregon for the county
of Union at the court room thereof, at La
Grande, in ths county of Union, on Thurs
day th eth day of September, 1906 at
2 o clock in th afternoon of that day
thn and there to show cause, if any you
hav. why an order of sale should not be
made as in the petition of the adminin-
trator prayed for, of th following de
scribed real property belonging to said
Lots 1-2-3-4-19 & 20 in Block 21
Town of Imbler, Union county, Oregon, to
pay estate debts and claims.
Witness, the Hon. J. C. Henrv. Judue of
th county court of th state of Oregon
for the county of Union, with th seal of
taid court affixed, thit 7th day of August
A. D. 1906.
(Sal) Attest:-J. B. Gilmam, Clerk,
By F. C. Bramwplu Deputy.
JOHN PALMER. Prop.
Board by th day week or month
at reasonable rates
New furniture throughout.
J ADAMS ANENUE, between Fii
no mm-Almost "ar wiii.Ti
great relief to Nelson and j iie
gong was a
Is as essential In your home as the doctor
Executed in workmanlike manner and approved
sanitary standards. Carrying a complete line of r
Bath Tubs, Sinks. Toilets, Lavatorys and all
G. W O'NEIL
X 1013 Washingtan Avenu
B. W. NOYES
LAMPS and MOUSE WIRING A SPECIALTY
Phone Black 1 161
Hamilton Building. Corner Fir and Adams Averu
Field and Garden
IN PACKAGES AND IN BULK
fjor several seasons we have been the leading seed
distributors of Union county and our present stock
is larger than ever Everything in the seed line
Jecuie our prices on either small or quantity
purchases 1 '
IEFFERSON AVE Main 5?
Btttr Lumber and Cheaper than is sold in J
La Grande, We deliver it to your building
Grande Ronde Lumber Co !
PERRY, OREGON. I
TELEPHONE RED 161
Yes if you will step this way
please, w will show you
some of the excellent laundry
work we are doing vry day.
You will feel proud when you
walk along the street dressed
In on of those shirts that
w turn out of this laundry