La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959, December 06, 1906, Image 7

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    ABSOLUTELY PURE
: Healthful cream of tartar, derived solely from
grapes, refined to absolute purity, is the active
principle of every pound of Royal Baking
rowder. J 6
Hence it is that Royal Baking Powder
renders the food remarkable both for its fine
flavor and healthfulness.
No alum, no phosphate-which are the
principal element of the so-calledcheap
baking powders and which are derived
from bones, rock and sulphuric acid.
wvu wa SOWDM CO., NIW VOUK.
CbASSIf-ifiB ADS !
Rates-One cent word, or.e-hlf a cent a word each subsequent inser-
tion. Classified adds bnrg quick results. Try one today.
teetSSSSSSSIIIItSttttSlliallllaiaKa................
w ivijii i i ui mbimn room corner nuHn
P. Phone Red 612. E. D. Seiders.
MONEY For loans on city property see
Wm. Grant's agency. Also real estate
and irifturanr.A
FOR RENT-Furnished rooms. Cen
trally located. Inquire or Mrs. S. C.
Zuber.
FOR RELIABLE ABSTRACTS OF
TITLES go to the Ls Grande Invest
ment Company, La Grande Ore., in
Foley building.
FOR SALE 200 acres timber land, three
nn i 1 o A uraet f f firm A a. !r,nA timKar
for cord wood, ties cr telegraph poles.
Address H. C. Stoddard, Medford, Oregon.
FARM TO RENT-600 acres, well im
Droved, near La Grande. Address
Mrs. E. Androes. 76 1 Commercial St.
Portland, Oregon.
FARM FOR RENT-SOb acres well
improved, 3 mi'es frcm Island City.
Cash rent None but -eiit'o'.e parties
need apply. Inquire at Adcxks &
Fritz furniture stcre, La Grande.
WANTED Barber or buyer for prosper
ous barber shop. A bargain or good
situation for some one, apply to J.
E. Coffey, La Grande Oregon.
REAL ESTATE LOANS Any amounts
on city and country real estate. Loans
closed promptly, as soon as title is ap
proved. La Grande Investment com
LOST Friday afternoon, on Adams Ave
nue, Depot or Main Streets, a gold
brooch set with Baroque pearl. Finder
please return to the Observer office
and receive reward.
FOR SALE-Well mated divx.g team.
Hambletonian mares. 6 a:d 8 years
old, dark brown. sojfid ard gentle, also
nearly new buggy and harass, $300.00
Inquire at this office.
FOR SALE Eight aci s, s Jt room house
barn, place for chickens :r nigs, ali
kinds of fruit and pler.ty of water. Locat
ed east of fbari'g m .''. Apply at
premises or did'ess. Js Gavan. La
Grande Oregon.
FOR SALE Five rcen house and one
lot. on Third Street. Gray's Addition.
A good barn. Aoargan for the one
who acts first. Ir.cJ.re H. P. Lewis
at corner 3rd arte D Streets, or of
' Lewis Bro. .
FOR SALE OR REM A seven rwm
house in Island C'!. Property krown as
the Rinehart place.
lnouire of U. G. Cxi Isard City. Ore.
AGENTS Canvassers, mixers, peddlers.
solicitors, mail order people, etc.,
should buy Kramer's book of trade se
crets. Regular price $5, but balance
of last edition for $1.25 as long as
they last, Guaranteed. Order quick.
Sioux Pub. Co,. Sutherland. Iowa.
FOR RENT A nice front room, suitable
for two young men or a man and wife.
One block from Adams avenue. Phone
bltck 1681 or call at corner Greenwood
and Washington.
LOST A gold broach set with thirty-six
pearls surrounding a diamond. Was
lost between M. E. Church South and
old Romig place.
SI TU A TION wXnTED Japanese boy
wants any kind of work in this town.
P. O. Box 236.
FOR RENT To family withoutany small
children, a six room house with modern
i nprovements centrally located corner
8th and O street.
STOLEN-From my . place five miles
north of Union, one bay saddle and
bujgy horse about 8 years old weighs
about 1 1 hundred has a little white
where the back band Works. - Branded
i on left shoulder in shape of rocking
chair the brand is dim now. He is in-
' clined to be lame in left shoulder. He
was taken ahout the 10th. of Novem
ber. I will give fifty dollars for infor
mation that w.il lead to the conviction
of the thief. John Boyd. Union.
EXtfPIIONAl OPPORTUNITY
Business lots in the nWrest block to
(he George Palmer Lumber Company's
isrge saw mill, due east of the mill. This
biock 12. Rynearson's Addition to the
icwnofLa Grande. Remember this is
not only the nearest, but a'most the only
htock suitable for business purposes. 1
! ;n .oil unii a Int. or sell vou a lot and
kuild you a business house on the install
riint plan, or build a business house and
rent it to you. Remember there is a
lice grove and the finest soil. Do not
miss this opportunity. If you want the
best place for a summer resort along side
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fill! CLUB
A number of new leather rocker of
the Mission design and an elegant settee
has just been placed in the parlors of the
La Grande Commercial Club. The Club
is gaining a new hold upon the public.
The membership is how in zees of 160
and several applications are now on file.
The Club now controls majority of the
stock and within a few year will own
the building free from all incumbrances.
La Grande certainly has reason to feel
proud that such an institution, aside from
its public work, has existed as it has.
There is not another city in the state,
with the possible exception of Portland,
that has maintained a similar organization
for as many years. While it passed thru
several years of rather depressing times,
it is now an established and permanent
r.tl:ut::r. :?4 iwy stand ready to
advance the interests of this county and
city. '
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ITDrCH PAlDlLO !f the sparkling waters of oeautiful Grande
rrfrll , ; Rond9rlver, iwillsell you block No.?.
Make
..rsl Every
and what
is that we rrjke
Material. ;: ::
of more i-rprtar.ce.
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SELOER.
The Candy
Mdri
, : This is the best chance to make a swim-
! t fishing pond for commercial purposes.
j Sow the P&irr.er Lumber Company will
J I imploy one hundred and fifty people the
I jear through. This number of lamilies
i !,nd the surrounding neighbors will easily
I ieep up a good store. Regarding the re-
! sort. La Grande pecole wiil Veep that up.
! ! There is a gcod road to it If you own
1 the ground, no erana can com alone and
j run your bus r.ess. except the boys you
w4nt. J- t Mars.
WHAT CONSTITUTES A f AIR TRIAL
Patients often spend two or three
years uncomplainingly under the car o
an m. U., taking whatever drugs or
treatment he prescribes, and then decide
"to try Osteopathy." After on or two
treatments they are ready to quit and
announce to the world: "It didn't do m
any good." These patients have not tried
Osteopathy at all. What the have tried
on or two treatment. A husband
man might just as well expect his crop
after two or three days of plo wing.
Under a systematic course of drugging,
let u say, such a patient has been per
mitted to develop an acute illness; next,
the drug treatment with alt its possible
accessories has permitted that illness to
become chronic and after that it has still
failed to restore health.. Following such
an experience, the very first "dose" or
two of Osteopatpy is expected to work
the miracle of an instantaneous curel
How very unreasonable! Do not osteo
pathic doctor keep admonishing their
patient not to expect the impossible to
happen and not to forget that Nature,
processes work slowly?
Why should patients imagine that the
Osteopath can restore health any quicker
than normal nerve tore and a healthful
blood stream can accomplish that benefit?
The Osteopath has not yet found any way
to work faster than Nature, and those
systems of healing that have tried to
stimulate vital action by drugs faster than
is Nature's wont, end in disappointment
and with new damage inflicted.
Osteopathy owes its success to the fact
that it works with Nature, not against it,
and uses no forces but the' natural vital
powers of the body, properly directed
thru their ordained channels to overcome
disease conditions. While many surpris
ing and quick cures are made in the ag
gregate, they are individually rare. It
usually takes time and a thoro course of
treatments to get difficult results; hence
patients must exercise all due patience.
Nor is anyone justified in believing he has
given Osteopathy a real trial until a com
petent osteopathic practitioner has ex
hausted his skill and dismissed the case
as incuraue which he will do just as
soon as it is possible to make a fair test.
'Cure or greatly benefit a case or else
promptly dismiss it," is the osteopathic
rule. Osteopathic cures are, hence, the
best of all advertisements for this school
and its doctor prefer not to surround
themselves with cases that do not promise
to yield good results. Few cases, indeed
under osteopathic care do not yield some
results enough to be satisfactory to the
patient and to give him hi "money's
worth," whether entirely curable or not
Osteopathic Health. ,
When you're broke, the girls are shy
They turn and fly when you come nigh
Brace up old man, show some pluck
Take Rocky Mountain Tea; t will change
your luck. Newlin Druo Co.
g. d. hagerty!
t SUCCESSOR TP WM. SMITH
Hay, Grain,
I Chopped Feed
and Wood !
Free Delivery
1410' Adams A-.enue
Phone, black 1211
CARLOAD LOTS A SPECIALTY
No order too large None too small
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CHRISTMAS DAY
the hardest day in the year on your
wife. After looking after the dinner and
other meals she is too tired to get any
enjoyment out of the holiday; Why not
give her a chance?
CAT YOUR DINNER HERE
It certainly will be a well cooked and
served as any you could get at horn: It
will save your wife a lot of trouble and
worry. It will save you considerable
money, too. Try it this year, anyway,
The Model Restaurant
J. A. ARBUCKLE. Prop.
OPKM DAY
AND NIUHT
WetMl Wmkli t rn
MealTtckru tot fJv
Any thin or undeveloped girl or woman
"! h tenanted by taking Hollister'
Kocky Mountain Tea. It is on ui i
greatest known remedies for making
people strong, healthy and well. Tea or
Tablet, 55 cents. Newlin Druo Co. '
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription,'
l not a secret or patent mwlldne. againM
which the miwl Inti'llliri'iit miile ar
ojiitu naturally avi-rw Ix'.-auw of the un
certainty as to ineir uarinle charart
but la a medicine or known cxiuwhutiuh.
a full list of all ItK IngrtHllciito bring
prlntnd, sit vUUn EnylMu on every buttle
wrar. An examination of this list of
ingredients will dlsviose the fact that) it
Is non-aleohulic in Its composition, chem
ically pure Bl.vtv.rlne Ukinit the place of
me cominoniv usea aiconoi, in it make
on. The "Kiivorlte Prtwcrintlon" of nr.
Pierre is In fact the onlv medicine put up
l..r tka . . ,-J ,.r u,. ........ 1 i - 1.
..." . ..I.- i i . . 1 1. 1 , j i 1 1 n i wva-
neiue Hiwl ailments, mid throiiith drur-
Slut, that duo nut contain alcohol mid
uU too In UiwnuuntMix. Furthermore.
It Is the only nieifirine (or woman' Hpeclal
diseases, the InnnHlii-piU of which have
the unanimous endorwmeiit of till the
leading mlicul writer and teachers of
all the several schools of prnctice, and
thnt too as remedies fur the ailments fur
whlcli "favorite Prescription " is rucum-
menueu.
A little book of some of these endorse
menu) will be Kent to hiiv address, noxt.
paid, and absolutely Jrte If you retiieM
same by poxt.il cunt or letter, of Dr. B.
v. nerce. llnllKlo. .. v.
Don't ftiriret that lr. Pierce's Favnrii
Prescription, for woman's weak newtes and
delicate ailments, is not a patent or secret
medicine, lieiiiK the Favorite Prescrip
tion "of a regularly educated and sradu-
ated physician. engHged in the practice
of his chosen 8icciitlty that of disease
rn women mat Its Ingredients are printed
in ;inin KnilM on every boltle-w rapper;
that It is the oulv medicine esiH-cisllv de
signed for the curt' of woman's dis isr
mat contains no alcohol, and the onlv
one tl'.al tins a professional endorsement
worth more than all the so-culled "testi
monials" ever Diibllslicd for other nied
Iclnea. Ki-nn for these endor-cinenta as
almve. .Ihev lire free for Hie a-i;'ng.
If you sutler from periodical. In ;i larhe.
backache, dizciness. puin or drugging
down sensation low down in the abdomen,
weak back, have dlsagreeulile and weuk
liiz, catarrhal, pelvic drain, or are in
distress from Mug long on your feet. Hit,
you niuy be sure of Is-neift from taking
ur. rirrrs ravoribe I ri'scripiiou.
Dr. Pierce's Pleiisant Pellets the liest lag-
ali md regulator of the bowels. Tliey
invigorate stomach, liver and Ivnwcis.
una a laxative two or three a cathartic
IN A HURRY?
THEN CAL'L
THE TRANSFER MAN
He will take that trunk to the De
pat or your home in less time than it
takes to tell it.
Day phone Rod 761
Night " Black 1792
Wagon always at youi servic
D S Crow
F W Jjliey
HOTEL FOLEY
BARHER SHOP
CROW Sl JOLLEY
Proprietors
First class Haireutting, Shaving and
Facial Massages a Specialty.
Careful and Gentlemanly Service
A share of the public patronage
solicited.
j A Christmas Suggestion I
I What HE would appreciate most f
Handkerchaifs. Silk or Limn
Silk Muffler .
Fancy Suspender - -Fancy
Ho ' '
Svssters ' . .
Neckwear -
Smoking Jacket - -Cravenette
Overcoat
Suit cases - -
Umbrella - -
from $ .5 to $1 60
1.00 - 2 50
" .60 " : S CO
" , .28 - .76
" 1.50 - 4.60
- . . .26 " 1.60
6.00 " 10.00
" 18.00 " 25.00
6.00 " 16.00
- 1.60 " 6.00
Gome and take a look "at while the stock is complete.
Any seletion you make I will lay away for you.
A L. ANDREWS
HABERDASHER AND TAILOR
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OLMES
BUSINESS COLLtG
I WASH. O TKNTM 614.
L PORTLAND, OREGON
"LA GRANDE SUGAR"
None Better. None Purer. None Sweeter.
Use La Grande Sugar and Us n Other
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La t Grande Natipnal Bank
ESTABLISHED 1887
' ' - " '
United States Depositary
Capital Stock, Surplus and undivided profits $160,000 00
OFVICIR AND DIRICTOR '
TEORGE PALMER, President. J. M. BERRY, Vioi Prksicrnt,
P. L MEYERS, Cashier. '
W. L BRENHOLTS, Assistant Cashier.
GEORGE' L. CLEAVER, ' P. M. BYRK1T. . A. B. CONLEY. .
C. C. PENINOTON. F. J. HOLMES. ' .
General banking business, Drafts drawn on all
parts of the world .
STATEMENT OF C0DIII0N OF
The Eastern Oregon Trust and
Savings Bank
AT THECLf.SE OF BUSINESS, NOV. 12, 1906,
CAPITAL STOCK - '. $60,000.00
RESOURCES
Loans and Discounts. . 81949 64
Bonds . 6000.00
Warrants and Stacks 5238.64
Furniture & Fixtures 1 903.66
Expense and Int. paid 3408.22
Cash on hand and in banks 31633.73
127030 68
LIABILITIES
Capital Stock 60000.00
Earn'ngs-
-Disccuntand Exchange 1822.68
Interest ... J65 50 ,
Trust Earnings 442.60
Deposits 63402.00
127030.68
OFFICERS
W.C. BROWN, President Wn. MILLER, Vic President
GEO. L. CLEAVER, Cashier T. J. SCROGGIN, Asst. Cashier
. F J. HOLMES. Treasurer.
G. A. STOCK, Manager, Cove Branch.
I
POSING
is perhaps the most important poir.t in securing a
good picture, and it's a point to which we give much
care. Ve study each subject and bring out ! the
character individuality of the face to the best ad
vantage. The same care is given to every " part of
the work, to the retouching Printing, Toning and
Mounting, so that the finished picture is a pleasure
to you and a credit to
I H. J. RITTJER
t Photographer La Grande, Ore.
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