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"LA GRANDE SUGAR"
j None Better. None Purer. None Sweeter,
ii tsc LaCrande Suar and Use no Other
A New Department
I To our already large and complete stock of groceries we J
nave aaaea a 5ntLL FISH COlNTtR upon which will
be found fresh Grabs, Clams, Grawfish, Oiympia and
eastern uysters. In fact all that should be found in
an up-to-date Shell Fish market. x :. . .. ...
is: w. white, grocer
Prompt Delivery. Phon Main 49
I LA GRANDE IRON WORKS
i D. FITZGERALD. Proprietor
J Gjmplete Machine Shops' and Foundry
Genera Blacksmiths, We manufacture The Fitzgerald Roller Feed
t'le esl' cheaPest m'" on tne market. Our shops are
Qipped wi'h machinery to handle any sized work, nothing too large
otothing to small. Highe' prices paid for old cast iron.
MILLINERY All kinds. Popular Prices.
Entire new line of Lunch Boxes.
New School Tablets
E.M. Wellman & Company
You will, we think, appreciate a thorough inspection
of cfcr Photos, we have conridence enough in our
work to beleave it is the best possible to attain, and
we aim to turn out only work that is perfect in pos
ing, printing,and finish.
E. J. RITTJER
Photographer La Grande, Ore.
Field and Garden
IN PACKAGES AND IN BULK
For several seasons we have been the leading seed
distributors of Union county and our present stocK
it Wger than ever Everything in the seed line
S0ue our prices on either small or quantity
H V. OLIVER !
Slater Buil dinar
JEFFERSON AVE Main 57
Li Grande EvenlnJ Observer
THURSDAY OCTOBER 11 1906
CUR RE Y BROS..Editors and Proprietor
(Sciipps News Association)
Washington. Oct. 1 1 The director of
the mint this afternoon purchased six
hundred ounces of silver for delivery in
ots for San Francisco. New Orleans and
Denver. The price the government paid
was 69 and 1 1 hundreds cents per ounce.
The next divorce congress will be held
at Philadelphia, Nov. 15. The congress
will receive the model divorce statutes.
the drafting of which was placed in the
hands of a committee when the congress
met at Washington last winter. The
purpose is to secure uniform reform di
vorce laws in all the state. At the
congress will be delegates from 41 states
and representatives of the Chureh Union
and other kindred organizations.
COME ON TIME
As the theatrical season has just open
ed here it would be well to call the
attention of the patrons of the ODera
house to the fact that they can confer a
great favor upon the management also
the patrons by arriving at the theatie in
time to become seated before the curtain
goes up for the first act. Straggles not
only loose the benefit of seeing the first
of the bill, but also prevent those whs
did come in time from receiving thm
benefits of their promptness. No one has
the right to disturb others. Come on time
or Wait for the hmntmft ft fH .,... .
All persons detirious of securing a
grazing permit in the Wallowa and Ches
nimnus Forest Reserve for the grazing
season of 1907, are hereby requested to
be present at the stock meeting to be held
at Wallowa, Oregon, Tuesday November
6, 1906, for the purpose of alloting the
ranges. Mr. A. F. Potter. Chief of the
Section of Grazing of Washington, D. C,
will be presen: at this meeting to talk
over the grazing situation with the stock
men. All persons desiring a grazing permit
for the season of 1907, are requested to
bo present in person, if possible, or by a
representative, or your application will
be accepted by mail until November 1 S,
1906. Permits will be refused to all
persons who do not file their applications
by November 15, 1906, unless satisfact
ory reasons are given.
Howard K. O'Brien.
Ranger in Charge.
Wallowa. Oregon, October 4. 1906.
LA GRANDE SCHOOL
PROF. DAY. PRINCIPAL
MRS. DAY, ASSISTANT.
This is one of the best musical in
stitutions in the state, and that
people in this city and valley are
begininng todiscover the advantage
of this school. The system le the
latest and most practical, and in
cludes all the latest discoveries in
she 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 are from 3 to
15. Here they graduate. Pupils
take one or two lessons a week as
they desire. No scholars will be
permitted to remain in this school
who do not study.
Opposite the Foley House over
the candy store. Phone. 473.
IF YOU HAVE A TASTE
FOR THE BEST
ice cream and water ices in town
s. m vuur iv if l v a rn ir us m m -
goes into our freezers is straight
stuff, what comae out vmir
and palate wil! assu you to be
dainty of favor, smooth as to
"churning" and altogether delicious.
Oh, no! Costs no more than the
SELDER, The Candy
I wish to sail attention to two case of
"nerve tire." or nerve exhaustion. tk at re
cently came under my observation. Their
similarity in certain ways was striking.
One patient was a business man suffering
"rom headache and constipation who slept
very little and always awoke unrefreshed.
He gave a history of a fall upon the end
of the spin about three years ago, since
wnicn urn ne naa been gradually "going
down hilL When business was most ex
acting hi brain seemed to refuse to work
and a terrific headache resulted.
Upon examination 1 found considerable
spinal tenderness the entire length with
marked lesions (abnormalities) at the in
nervation of the digestive tract. It was
evidently a case of nervous exhaustion
from over-work with epinal lesions, weak
ening digestion and thus helping matter
along. Correcting the lesion, with a short
vacation, restored him so that he returned
to business with no return of the trouble.
The other case wa that of a woman
who had used up her nerve force by too
close attention to socio! affairs. 1 was
called first because the menses failed to
appear at the proper time. I found the
same spinal tenderness with a marked
lesion in the lower spine that would affect
the menses. A few treatments corrected
that trouble and a persistant course of
treatment afterwards removed the spinal
irritation and restored the tone to her sys
These cases are similar in thit to h
patients used up more nerve enorgy than
they produced. Both had spinal lesions
that produced individual symptoms a the
weakest parts of their systems. Both al
so responded to common-sense treatment.
The American people are a nervous race
and drive themselves to do extra work by
sheer force of will. The result is a break
down at some ooint at the !) or
gan to be affected. These abnormalities
make people more liable to wear-and-tear
just as any other machine that does not
run smoothly. The indicated treatment is
always an adjustment of the machine and
moderation in its use. Such ie the king
dom of Osteopathy. Osteopathic Health.
STARVING TO DEATH
Because her stomach was so weakened
by useless drugging that she could not eat.
Mrs. Mary H. Walters, of St. Clair St..
Columbus, O., was literally starving to
death. She writes: "My stomach was so
weak from useless drugs that I could not
eat, and my nerves so wrecked that I
could not sleep; and not before 1 was given
up to die was I induced to try Electric
Bitters; with the wonderful result that
improvement began at once, and a com
plete cure followed." Best health Tonic
on earth. 50c. Guaranteed by Newlin
Drug Company druggist.
All our groceries are good, clean,
fresh, and pure. The kind that
will make your meals very delici
ous, 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 he' found in a J
first class grocery. j
PROMPT DELIVERY I
PHONE MAIN 46
QEDDES BR; J
r l ' J j i
NOW READY FOR
The beautiful Fashion Plates and
samples of Materials of the magni
ficent line of Ladies' Fine Tailor
Made Suits and Skirts, made to
your special order of your own sel
ection of materials and linings,
exactly to your measurements and
penect fit guaranteed, also the
most beautiful styles produced in
Ready-to-Wear Suits, Coats and
Jacket, Rain Coats, Walking Skirts,
Silk and Voile Dress Skirts, Furs
of all kinds, Silk and Cotton Waists
and other wearing apparel, are now
ready for your inspection, and you
are cordially invited to call. I
shall take pleasure in showing you
the large fashion plate ar.d sam
ples whether you wish to buy or
not. and I am certain that you will
enjoy the twenty minutes or half
hour necessary to go through the
Very respectfully yours,
Laura B. Jackson.
Slater Bldg. La Qrande.
Phone. Red 402.
Chas. A. Steviks & Bros.
The Leading Style Store of Chicago.
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 drew ed
in on of those shirt that
we turn out of this laundry
PHONE MAIN 7
La Gr.'nfc, Oregon.
SEEING IS BELIEVING
is a proverb especially true of our
business. It we examine yo'ir eyes
and fit you with sjasses you must
believe in us. For you iU see
better than you ever' did with
those old window class srjeatzclas
to aid theight can he found here.
And vuu know or have heul of
our moderate charge method. '
Repairing Promptly done
I. H. PEARE. kwelM' "! 0pt!c!2r.
TRUCK AND TRANSFER
See the wagon on the street.
iiCHAS. A. DUiNN
Phone Main 67.
inmiw .opera nom
D. H. STEWARD. Proprietor and Manager.
ONE NIGHT INLY
MONDAY, OCTOBER 15
Edward R Slater's Company
(Direct from Broadway Triumphs)
The Now Century Dramatic Sensation
A Mad Love
A most remarkable dramatization of Miss Braddon's famous novel,
"Lady Audley's Secret" with '
And the same company and magnificent production that set New York
talking, and commanded the daily attention of the entire New York Press!
A DRAMATIC SENSATION, AS DARING
AND HUMAN AS TlniJlSELF!
IT HOLDS THE MIRROR IP JO NATURE"
Seats on Sale at Van Burens OpCnS Saturday, 6ctObe7l3
Box scats $1.00, Orchestra and Orchestra Center 75c.
Dress Circle and Gallery 50c. Children 25c.
ELSS PRICES REASONABLE1
essential in your home as the doctor
fxecutcd in workmanlike manner and approved
sanitary standards. Carrying a complete line of
Bath Tubs, Sinks, Toilets, Lavatory! and all
G. W. O'NEIL
101 S Washingtan Avenue
TELEPHONE RED 161
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