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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 21, 1907)
Commence the'New Year
- right by trading at
Our Meats Speak
' - Themselves
All kinds of fresh and
and salt meats alwavs on
hand. We make a
specialty of poultry.
Give us a trial and be
Prompt delivery. x
Phone Red 751
Smith & Dawson J
T rM ADE
GOOD AS NEW
Loungss and couches uphalstsred.
Mattresses recovered and gtneraly
renovated, carpeti cleaned and put
down,..,! . . , , ,
Special Furniture Made to Order.
All Work Called For and Delivered
Promptly. - ,- .. ......
T. it II I UN AN
Cor Depdl ' '. ' PHONE
and Monroe St. . -) ' 1801 Red
THE" TRANSFER MAN
He will take that trunk to the De-
pot or your home in less time than it
takes to tell it
i Day phone Red 761
; Night " Black 1792
Wagon always at youi service
V " J t Mars,
: : ; Contractor and Builder
5 ' lal irj jtoildinir Material
--Building Stone, Clean Coarse Sand and
v j Uravel delivered.
La Grande. Oreeon
Dro la line naming work, and I will
HOW TO AVOID PNEUMONIA '
Wi hava navr frnsril nf-ft' tinol in
stance of 'a cold resulting in pneumonia or
' other luna trouble when Foley's Honev
, . and Tar has been taken. It not only stops
, tne cough but deals and strengthens the
. lunge. Ask for Foley's Honey and Tar
' and refuse any substitute offered. Dr. C.
J. Bishop of Agnew, ;r Mich., writes:!")
,have used Foley's Honey and Tar in three
v ' very severe cases of pneumonia with good
' : .....if. ' ...
' CURED Of LUNG TROUBLE '
- "'i "It is ntw eleven veers since I had
-MiiTOw escape from consumption," writes
) .0. Floyd, a businessman of Kershaw,
., S. C. "I had run down in weight to 155
pounds, and coughing was constant, both
. Dyaayana oy nigni. rmany i oegan
. taking Dr. King's New Discovery, and
.- continued this for about six months, wheo
V my cough and lung trouble were- entirely
rone and I was restored to my normal
tuaiaht. 170nnunda. Thousands of oar
' i sons are healed every yetr. Guaranteed
- atNewlin drug store. 60c and $1.00
Trial bottle free. v
PURE LARD . , . .. ;
Is 'co be found at Stillwell it Company's
;, market. Phone Main 16.
' HOW TO CURE CHILBLAINS
v "To enjoy freedom from chilblains",
v writes John Kemp, East OtisfieldMe
"I apply Bueklen's Arnica .Salve.- Have
, fblso used it for salt rheum with excellent
results ". Guaranteed to cure fever sores.
' indolent ulcers, piles, burns, wounds, frost
bites and skin diseases. 26c at Newlin
j ., Mr. August Sherpe, the , popular over
1 sr of the poor, at Kort 1 Madison. la.,
i f JLys: "Dr. King's New Life Pills are
rightly named :tliey act more agreeably.
' do more good and make one feel better
V , than any other laxative." Guaranteed to
and constipation. 23c at
Newlin drug store.
La Grar.de is undergoing a municipal
house cleaning almost as complete es the
one carried on some time ago in St. Louis
by Joe Folk, according rhB..H...i
9 T 117 tr " is.nmicui
or J. W, Knowit. an attorney of the Union
county' capital, who was in Pnr UnPi..
terday on h.s way to Salem to argue a
case before the Oregon supreme court
I wo councilmen of La Grands .r. .
present under indictment for an inf ringe-
"ni or uit county laws. The mayorwas
arrested a few days ago for violating the
quarantine ordinacei and the marshal
was acquitted yesterday of a charge of
using profane Iantruaoe while rr..inn
aman for using profane lancuaee.
Everyone is haonv
vindication Otherwise i a Crande is quite.
Mr. Knowles says the neoole nf llni
county want the choice of the voters rati
ne! by the election of Bourne, and believe
that with the latter and Fultan m" th.
United States senate Oraaon will h.
able a representation in Washinoton es'that
of any other state. Portland Journal.
TWO IADS 10 SEE WORLD
Two lads from Uninn. Al uo. .-j
his chum a little
day. who had decided to run awav from
home were picked up by the police in Baker
yesterday and have"hin
home, the father of young Hayes coming
up from Union last night to take hi
oacii. i ne little, teliows sougnt adventure
ana leaving their homes on foot trudged
to Cove where they are alleged to have
taKen a horse and sad -lie.
1 he fathers of the hov will r.r. ..
horse and endleavor to save the lads from
me consequenes of their folly. Baker
THE REASON WHY
Mr. Newlin of the Newlin Drug Co
says: "We do. not believe there is a man
woman or child in La Grands whom our
famous cod liver precaution. Virol, will
not benefit at this season of the year.
"We believe there is no need for so
many people to drag around run-down,
tired out and debilitated, or for old people
to remain weak and infirm when we
guarantee Vinol will restore health and
Continued the druseist "For centuries
cod liver oil has been recosnized as the
grandest of all body-building agents for
wasted human etrensth and vitality, but
on account of the nauseating and system
clogging oil which enveloped its curative
properties few could take it with benefit
"in Vinol you get in a concentrated form
every one of the curative and strength-
creating elements of cod liver oil actually
taken from fresh cods' livers, the useless,
system-clogging oil eliminated, and tonic
iron added. . :
'Vinol is ffuaranteed bv overlive thorn
and of the leading druggists of the United
btates to creare strength for old people,
for the run-down, tired and debilitated.
weak, sickly women and children, and
after a severs sickness.
'We ask every such ret son la La
Grande to try Vinol. It, costs nothing if
it fails." Nevlm Dbuo Company.
Note While we are sols scents for
Vinol in La Grande, it is now for sale at
the leading drug store in nearly livery
towh and elty In the country. XooVfoV
the Vinol avenev in vour tnwn S-V
TUNNTl (AVIS III-
vflorlpps News AswMatloat
Stittb. In '9lTh Bif .nJ t frk.
northern tunnel in the Cascade mountains
caved in Saturday night and "cabght
passenger' train.' Several are reported
injured. Communications are cut' ''off to
the west A return train was 'sent"Yrom
Spokane, The tunnel is two ' mifes lonir
and the cava in is a result of a heav
frost and the thaw f snow. The road
blocked for a week and traffic i' rn.i'.rf
over the Northern Pacific. ' ' ' '
Of THE CHOICEST IHTHL
- .. LAND-,.
.fair maids and' brave men the
most cultured, the widest traveled,
the fittest to judge of fitting far
. for the table, can find naught but
praise as their opinion of our
staple and fancy groceries or the
, luxuries prosperity permits. Our
large buying and moderate pricing
has much to do with putting groc
eries of the best sort into the
homes of people of ordinary means.
A small trial order will convince
you of the superiority of our store
and Our sales methods. . t
PHONE MAIN 46 '
NORTH FIR STREET
j j '
A 'r.ned Emerson Dis.no with the Angolus player.
heard lingers In the memory. . -
! Free Oregon
You are entitled to 20,40, 80
120 or 160 acies FREE '
you simply pay for the cost of irrigation, which
is $10.00 per acre, payable one-fourth cash,
balance in three equal annual payments.
Title direct from the STATE OF OREGON.
This land is going fast; do not delay; call or
WrVWW tvtf X
g i IJUi.IUS ROESCH,- Proprietor.'
Largest Brewing Plant inEasiern Oiegon
Ask for La Grande Beer and get the Best
LA GRANDE BEER IS
AND ( SHOULD HAVE
! ' " . '' '
LUMB. E R
Better Lumber and Cheaper than is sold in
La Grande.i ' We deliver it to your building
! Grande Ronde Lumber Co
. ; PERRY. OREGON.
TREAT FOR MUSIC
COLONIZING CO. I
La Grande, Oregon "
MADE IN LA GRANDE
Commencing Tuesday of this
week and 'continuing a few days
MR. J. H. SMITH
- : ! ;- !.-:' 5
Formerly WanamaJter's player, piano expert, but
nowwith Sherman Glay & Co., of Portland,
will be at Heulat's Music Store
where he will be glad to demon
strate to you the VVONDERFIL
THE EMERSON ANGELUS
All kinds of
tACLES- La Crande Aerie S69F. O
r. meets ery Friday nifihtinElk
p m. . visiting . brhren
' ' R ' Snook W. S
J. H. Pears W. P. '
... O. O. F.-La Grands Lodje No.- 1,
m wis in their hall every Saturday night.
Visiting brothers 'cordially mvHed' to at
tend. Cemetery plat may be seen
Modsl Rssteuraat' ' ' ; V
E. B. McKiddt, N. Q, '
D. E. Cox, See. .
STAR ENCAMPMENT. Ni St I n
0. F-Meet every first and! third Thurs
days In the month In ' Odd Fellows hall,
Visiting patriarchs always welcome,
Q. E, Fowlir, C. P.
D. E. Cox, Scribe.
M. W. A. La Qrande Can:p Na
7705 meets everv Monda evenino
st ' 1. O. 0. F. hall. Ail visiting
nvignoars . are cordially - invited to
F, B. CuRHiy V. C.
C S. Williams ' Cierlu
' FORESTERS OF AMERICACouTl
Maid Marion No. 2 meets each Wednes
day night in Elks hall. Brothers
are invited to attend. ?.... t.
.( En Wrioht Chief Ranger
w. w. oumiin financial ovo.
Rnjt rA nt Tm.tu. n- rt f D .
uscar acRoiR and Hirbrrt Patterson
m FRIENDSHIP TENT No. 8 1 , K, 0. T
n. meets second and fourth Wednesdays
isch month in I. 0. 0. F. hall. Visiting1
cjights welcome.'" " ' v ;
... a X Ball. Com
jiu dlqcm, Kscora deeper
L.O. T. M. HIVRNn OT M...
first and third Thursdays in the after
noon at the Redman halL All 1 i.itinr
MAItna I nun T .J.. .MM...J.
M O 1 .. n . . .
I. w. j a.ssi, necora n.eeper
B..P. 0. E.: La GRANDH LODGE N
433 Meats each ThnnJ a..nu. .
eight o'clock in Elks' hall, on Adams
Avenue. Visitins Brothers are cordiallv
U. E. McCullt. Recording SaoreUrv
T.A nPlMnw innnc' m " iaa
- - ---.... IMVWUBi 11 W. IDS,
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD Maot
everv Friday nf rli mnn.i. i.
the K. of P. hall in the Com buildino. All
visiting members welcome.
Ffcin I fD. f7n...f I..
JTT , wuuuimnuer
j. n. naBHBT, uierK.
RED CROSS LODGE. No. 27 M.t
every Monday evening in Castle Hall,
Corps building. A Pythian welcome to
all visiting Knights, .
N. L. Acklis. C. C.
R. Pattison, K. R. & S.
RATHBONE- SISTERS Roweia Tem
ple No. 9 meets every Wednesday even.
ing at 8 p. m. ia the K. of P. Hall in the
Corps building. Visiting msmbers cordi
ally invited. . ., ,,
i Miult Frawliy M.EC
sic a Procter M. of R. & C.
LA GRANDE LODGE No. 41, A. F.
4 A. M.--Regular itteeUngs 2d and 4th
Tuesdays 7:80 p. m.
L. H. Russell, W. M.
C. D. Huffman. Sac . ,
REBEKAH-CHRYSTAL LODGE NO.
?"'!,u, Y,r' Tuesday evening st the
1. O. O. F. lodge. All visiting membere
areinvited toatUnd. Katura Price, NG
Tillie Cox, Secretary.
MODERN BROTHERHOOD OF
AMERICA Meets svsry Tuesday even
ing Lewis hall opposite Hotel Sommer.
Visiting members always welcome.
Auoust Stuart, Pres.
W. B. Sahqent. Sec. , . ,
Reconstructs vnnr wknk k.. .i
rich red blood. Drives out impurities that
nave co acted durino h- u.n
ister s Rocky Mountain Tea Is a family
um.c. op cants. lea or Tsblets. Newlin
' ' ' COR. DEPOT & ADAMS AVE.
La Grande Camp No. 7703
wants you for a member.
It offers you the best and
oheapest. safe insurance
I at the lowest cost
join now while we are
securing other applica
tions, and be initiated
with , a i bunch of candl
dates. r ijs:i i;.
' We also have accident
insurance, paying .for.
time , lost by sickniss or
Our orrler has more
than double the memhAr.
f ship ' of any other order
giving straight life insur
ance,: and we charge less
thaiuothere for the sams,
kind of insurance.
' .The next order in size
to ours is the K. 0. 17 M.
land it has about 3 1 3.onn
members. . Our order has
840,000 members, have
ing increased about 100,
000 during the past
twelve months. ; : t
Our. District Deputy
John H. Starr will arrive
in La Grande on Monday,
January 21, and - will be
with us until the following
Saturday. See him and
give him vour application.
It costs $5 to join beside
WISE COM f ROM THE SOUTH
"I ! want to give some valuable advice
to those who suffer with lams back and
kidnsy trouble," says J. R. Blankenship of
Beck. Tenn. "I have proved to an abso
lute certainty that Electric Bitters will
positively cure this distressing condition.
1 he first bottle gave me great relief and
after taking a few more bottles,! was
completely cured; so completely that it
becomes a pleasure to recommend this
great remedy." Sold under guaranete
t Newlin drug stars. Pries 60