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D. H. STEWARD Proprietor and Mar
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1906
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5 tion. Classified VHrn;::.:T'eent'wordh .ubs.qu.nt ins.r-
results. Try on. today.
Z;iersey cow for - I FT v :r furri front t
- - or rent- v""y desirable, clos. in. In-
WANTED Second hand water" tanuTU. qui" f Black 612 or at this office,
ranee. R. A. Masterson- ! FOR RENT FurnihH ;.,.
swvmi nail uai.ii
- not and cold water, and all modern con-
V'enc.e- Mr8' G- D. Simmons, Cor. Eighth
Phone Biack 1
FOR RENT Nxely furnished
lentrallv ocaipH mnsr .u ...
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DRESSMAKINC T Street
track, next deor to Henry Henson. Mrs.
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or six women or girls to work in
dry. A. B. C. Laundry.
MONEY For ioans on citw nmrri.
Wm. Grant s acency. Also real estate
WANTED Gentleman or lady waiter.
Must have experience. Inquire at this
REAL ESTATE I nANS.i.,,
North oft on citvand muntru rD,i i
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closed promptly, as soon as title is ap
proved. La Grande Investment company.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished front room,
Corner Grtenwood and Washington!
Phone Black 1681.
FOR SALE Practically new double key
board typewriter with fine case $45.
Phone red 782.
ROOMS FOR RENT Two furnished
rooms. Inquire of Mrs. W. J. Siodgrass
' Fourth street, Old Town. Fhone Red
FOR RELIABLE ABSTRACTS "of
TITLES go to the La Grande Invest
ment Company. La Grande Ore., in
FOR SALE CHEAP-7 room house and
three lots close in. convenient to school.
' round house, and to town, will sell all
furnishings such as stoves, dishes, furn
iture, bedding, etc. Good well and city
water. Inquire at this office or ohnnn
FOR SALE Small house, 1 acre ground
Pleasant hone addition. A snap. In
quire L. 0. Nelson at Par-Simmons
STORE ROOM-For rent. 20x70ft. in
Huntington block. Room for years
occupied as a saddle shop, inquire of
A. C. Huntington.
FOR SALE OR RENT -One farm of
1600 acres. One farm of 800 acres
will either sell on easy terms or rent
for either one or five years. Here is
jht splendid opportunity for the right
person. For particulars see A. B.
Conley. Address Cove Ore. or Phone
Vergere telephone line.
" nvi i C.U place for a boy in High
school IS years old to work for his
board ar.d go to school. Address;
L. A. Jackson.
We can locate a number of parties on
good timber claims of two million feet and
r'oley Blk.U Grande Investment Co.
FOR SALE Five room house and one
lot. on Third Street, Grandy's Addition.
A good barn. A bargain for the on.
who acts first. Inquire of H. P. Lewis
at corner 3rd and D Streets, or of
FOR SALE Eight acirs, six room house
barn, place for chickens or hogs, all
kinds of fruit and plenty of water, Locat
ed east of flouring mill. Apply at
premises or dddress, John Gavan, La
WANTED-To buy a second hand 3 inch
wagon. Inquire at this office.
FOR SALE Good young work team
about 1100 lbs. inquire at Farmers
WANTED Man and wife without smal
children to take charge of horn . place
Good house, well furnished goes w ith
position. Address A. B. Conley care of
La Grande National Bank. La Grande,
SCARCITY Of NAVAL RECRUITS
(Scrippg News Association)
Washington. Nov. 5 Commander Wm.
P. White who is in charge of the recently
established recruiting station in Cleveland
reports that he has not secured as many
men during the past month as he had
hoped. Commander White attributes the
falling off in naval and military recruiting
to the better conditions of labor.
' Not bargain watches that have f
', id d in some show cose for 2
j years, but reliable watches
direct from the factory at
j lowest prices possible for them J
i to be sold. Cail and see for
! youiseif. Everv one guaranteed
1 Fine watch
J. H. PEARL:
La Grande's Leading
J:v?ler and O'icion t
Opposite U. S. Linid Office 1
clock, and jewelry
Ail work guaranteed.
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7th W A4
George J. Elmore, manager of the
"Convict's daughter" troupe which ap-
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night, is in the city today.
He is accompanied by "Strongheart"
a Boston terrier that has medals galor.
as is exhibited in the accompanying cut.
"Stronghea r t" mad. his initial appearance
at the interstate fair where he captured
the gold medal for his class. Since then
he has never ceased to win medals where
ver he has been placed on exhibition.
It is a most impressive little dog. In
addition to a coppy body, faultless con
formation, a screw tail, beautiful eyes
short and wide muzzle, his front is very
fine. His head is a study, has character
and shows it in every movement.
Bes des being a prize winner he is an
actor of no mean ability.
He appears on the stage as "Danger"
in the play tonight.
Mr. Elmore called at the Observer
office this morning with "Strongheart''
at his heels. While here the dog made
the acquaintance of the force. He certain
ly is a beauty.
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With a Brighter Plot than ever Bigger and Better Cast than
ever--Even More Successful than ever See the Bad
Boy at His Best Th Grocerymar: in Worse
(Scrlppe Neva A iclatlon)
Alleghaney, Pa. Nov. 6 No less than
6,000 plants and 120 varieties were
exhibited at the chrysanthemum show at
Philips conservatory today. There was
also a splendid selection of begonias and
orchids. Visitors were shown the Bently
a new pink shell chrysanthemum of
great beauty and variety; two new rare
specimens of purple orchids and two new
pink and white varieties of begonias.
("crippe I.'ew. Amoclatlon)
Yakahama Nov. 5 -In accordance with
the bi 1 passed by both houses of the diet
in March last the Government today has
taken overthe six .nva'e railroads in the
country. Tne aggregate sum of the pur
chase amounts to $125,000,000. In tne
future all railroads will be built and con
trolldd by the government.
The High Five Club will meet next
Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs
The Evening Kaffee-Klateh will be en
tertained Friday evening Nov. 8, at the
home of Mrs. J. M. Berry, by Mesdames
Berry and Hall.
WATER IS SCARCE.
Because of the very long dry. spell in
eastern Oregon and the heavy traffic on
the O. R. & N.. the railroad tank at
Kamela is now dry and that mountain
village is threatened with a water famine.
Almost the entire town is supplied
from the railroad tank and this tank is
supplied from a well on the summit of the
mountain. Owing to the fact that there
hs been but little rain this fall the well
is almost dry and orders have been is
sued to all trainmen to not take water
there in passing over the mountain.
The O. R. Si N. company is .making an
effort to purchase a tract of land at
Kamela belonging to Mrs. E. Swauger,
and if the purchase is made a deeD well
will be sur.k there and an adequate water
AROENTINE MEAT CONDEMNED IN LONDON
(Mcrlpps News Anxocfatlon)
London, Nov. 5. Upwards cf 600 tins
of meat from the Argentine have tcen
seized in the markets here during the past
few months and condemned. Ow.pg to
ine seriousness or tne matter it s i
pected that measures will be immedu'el; j LOST
introduced in the Commons, dealing with
the importation of meat from the Arcen-
i tine Republic.
In most varieties of liver trouble the
Osteopath accomplishes much for th
patient. Indeed he frequently finds
"lesions" (structural misadjustments)
affecting the liver when it has not been
suspected that the organ was at fault at
all. Finding the "lesion," or cause, is
surely a chief part in the cure of any
disease. Re-adjustment follows and the
liver, again receiving, uninterrupted, its
normal blood circulat' on and normal quota
o'" nerve impulses, does better at once.
Rtsu'ts are hastened, too, by direct
mechanical stimulation over the liver.
While Osteopathy does not claim by any
means to cure all cases of liver trouble,
t dees cure a great many and may cer
ta nly be said to be the most rational,
safest, ar.d surest treatment which th
i sjfferer can adopt.
i If . 'lip HiH PJUH
If the person who tcok the ladv's
wnetl from the corner of Second and
JtfFtrsan will return sa-r.B. no ques
tions will be asked and serious trouble
wiil be averted.
For 21 Yiars Crowded Housts Evirywheri Havi Pronounced
PECK'S BAD BOYf
Dramatized from th. Famous Book of that Nam. by
Ex-Governor Oeo. W. Peck of Wisconsin '
The funniest of all Farce Comedies
The Brightest Limit of Laughter
Human Nature's Greatest frolic
hundrecs of thousands have devoured the book
havb Roared Over the Play
The Most Versatile and Talented Comedians
They'll all be Here
ORCHESTRA and" ORCHESTRA CENTER 76cts.
DRESS CIRCLE 60cts. GALLERY 25and60cU.
Seats on Sal. Tuesday at Van Buren's Stor.
LA GRANDE IRON WORKS
D. FITZQERALD. Proprietor
Complete Machine Shops and Foundry
a.n.ra Blacksmith., W. manufacture Th. Fitzgerald Roller Fwd
Mill., th. best and cheapest mill on th. market. Our shop ar.
equipped with machinery tt handle any sized work, nothing too large
or nothing to small. High.' price, paid for old cast iron,
"LA GRANDE SUGAR"
None Better. None Purer.
Use La Grande Sugar and
Use no Other
l liONE YOUR DRUG STORE WANTS
You are not getting all the advantages
your telephone offers if you are not using
it when drug store goods are wanted.
Call Main 87 the next tim3 you are in
need of anything that should be in the
stock of a first-class drug store.
We shall be pleased to receive your
telephone orders and wiil guarantee
prompt deliery and satisfactory goods in
every case. Newlin Druo Co.
There is nothing that take, away th.
beautiful, womanly charms like a plodding
stooped, awkard carriage. Tnere is ab
rolutely no excuse for that as long as
Hollister's Rocky Mountain is made. Tea
sr Tablets, 56 cents. Newlin Druo Company,
A SUDDEN PROPOSITION
The sudden cold will come to a
sudden end if Antigriphine Tablets ar.
akan. 25c- Newlin Druo Co.
THE WONDER WORKER
THROAT I DR. KING'S I luTcs
CHAS EBY, SR. of Elizabeth, 111., writes: "I paid out over $160 U lo
itanQ who treated me for La Crippe without giving me any relief. e
K tht a $1.00 bottle of DR. KING'S NEW DISCOVERY, and after taking
of this one ooiuo i - '
Prici 50c and $1.00 ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEED! Trlil tieslfM
SOLD ISO RECORDED BY
REPORT OF C0DITI0N OF LA GRANDE NATIONAL BANK
of La Grande, Oregon
at the close of business October 12, 190O
Loans and Discounts $677,391.12
United States Bonds 100,000.00
Premiums on U. S. Bonds 1.750.00
Real Estate, Furniture, etc 50,165.30
Taxes paid 1.372.25
Due from Banks $84,902.83
Due from U. S.
Cash on hand, 1 1 0,063.48-1 97,466.3 1
UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY
Capital Stock ....$100,000.00
Undivided Profits 44,909.89
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS
GEORGE. PALMER. Psioent. J. M. BERRY, Vies President.
F. L. MEYERS. Cashier. W. L. BRENHOLTS. Assistant Cashieh.
SHERWOOD WILLIAMS, 2nd Assistant Cashier
GEO. L. CLEAVER. F. M. BYRKIT, C. C. PENINGTON, F. J. HOLMES,
A. B. CONLEY,
With ample capital, large experience, and unsurpassed facilities, w. offer you absolute security for
your deposits; and solicit your banking business, promising you courteous treatment, and ev.ry lib
erality consis'.er.t with conservative banking.
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