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Uie chief ingredient. wML
and healthfulness, to
Insures wholesome and deli-
cious food for every dayy4
in every home
la Grande fveninHtevir
Pablkhed Pally Except Sunday.
EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS.
to tp and wait untM the blackn
caused by the dust disappeared before
they could tell where they were going."
We are not as Interested in thu
minor workings of the legislature cm
In days of yore, when we were all
anxious to hear the result of the daily
ballot on the enutorial buttle, which
was always, on until the last flays of
the session and some tlineo tlu "
event illil not take p! ice until the very
last minute before midnight. And, in
. . - - one. Instance at leasf, the clock was
JKoteied at the postoffice at Iji Orando turned buck repeatedly on the lust
CnJuxl IM-iw Telegraph Serviei'.
ally, Mingle ropy 5c
Xtotly, per month 65c
Illy. ilx months in advance. ., $S. SO
Dally, one year In advance JC.JO
Weenly, six months, In advance.. 7"c
'Weekly, one year, in advance. .. 1 1.00
a aecoud-clas matter.
dy of the session, to allow of an dep.
Hon before adjournment.
This paper will not publish any arti
cle appearing over a num de piuoic.
Signed article will be received ub-
Wcl to the discretion of the editors.
About I'Ofl.ooo acres of the f'oe.ir
d'Alene Indian reservation Is about
to be thrown open to settlement. The
Please sign your article and save Uis- Indians were allotted lOu.000 acres,
appointment. alul a ""y to'- all 'i the agricultural
lands, leaving: nothing but grazing and
timber lands, there will not be the
usual rush of settlers that has char
acterlKed reservation openings In the
. AdvcrliKiiiit Hales.
Display ad. rates furnished upon
Local reading notices 10c per Hue
first Insertion; 5c per line for ertch
subsequent' insertion. ,
Resolutions of condolence, 5c a llro.
Cards of thanks, 5c a line. -
i The Little Hoy' Baby Prayer.
Dear Clod, I need you uwful bad;
I don't know what to do;
My papa's cross, my mamma's sick;
I hain't no fren' but you.
Them keerless angels vent and brim"
'JStil of the boy 1 at.
A weenchy, teenehy baby girl
I don't see how they dast!
Hay, Ood, I wlsh't you'd tuke her back
She's Jest ati good as new;
Won't no one know she's secon'-hand
But 'ceptln' me an' you;
An' pick a boy, dear God, yourself,
The nicest In your fold;
But please don't choose him quite S'
-'.lJ Ijke him five yenrs old,
g. M. Talbot In Llpplncott's.
Union county is not the only sect lor
f the state that has been having dus
and sandstorm). We quote the fo
lowing from the Pendleton Kast Ore
aoniun of last evening, .which depict
the condition In certain portions o
Umatilla county, principally In the In
lUa reservation district:
-The dust storm now Mowing over
the country is considered one of the
worst this section of the country Iku
een for years. Farmers from th
reservation, south of town, and res'
dents in the vicinity of Pilot Rock. r
port that 'he wind is Mowing great
holes in the ground wherever then
are any plowed fi-I.K illsflgurhiR llu
f:trm and uprooting and destroying
considerable wheat. The sand and w.l!
are being scooped lip In vast quan
ti l.s hm.1 carried by t'le iml to e.d
J.dnlng fields, and there deposited in
larte drifts. Stubble fields are being
filled in tins way an i (lie roads are
being Mocked wbieh f" v. nt t r:i v.-lei
fiom niaklir,' any t .. ' Nftu lory pr.g
r,.s. Karu-M who attemiited to
come to town Iliis looiiilug say the
jitrtvin i- t'i" ""st th y ':,v' , v''1'
VI". n they were driving with th- wind
the force "f i w odd drive the wagons
nJ b.iggl-s ui"n the hers.
that It' would be necessary
brake to hold th-m
. The question that should be met
and that intelligently, is, whether or
not we are to have a new school built
by the first of next September.
to put on
hut k. and
o Sid- the
wind they were oft-n In d ing, r of be
iru blown over. T-P buggies are re
ported to have be-n completely onset.
.Hhough no Injuries have result
Many time, th travelers were obllg-d
February 12 being the one hun
dredth anniversary of the birthday of
Abraham Lincoln, the day is to be
fittingly celebrated In many parts of
the t'nited States.
A valuable driving horse belonging
,o Ji l'l. Reynolds, was gruesomely dis-cnibowl-d
tiiis morning near the Key
told:; home on Adams avenue. Mr.
Reynolds had taken the horse out for
exercise. During the capers about the
: ard the animal attempted to leap a
;lcket fence, but in the net slipped
and (ell across the sharp pickets. The
.esults were horrible. Quickly decid
ing recovery was impossible, Mr. Rey
nolds Instructed the horse he killed
'o end its misery.
i ..is is one ci mo v
away Free with
A-rt ovr irn-mr. i will t -i I roti hnw
to Lot y lif J'OiR tut ut Willi
It'' "111 I U n.
i;-'s r; mi I Svn-p inn niv4
ii; tur-'tMi mir niakr mtt.
S t.J tuh ( It5 tT;iVUr.
O-in 'u iv, Doner and Marie Srup,
;j T2 Tcwle Kiple Symp Co. v
About May 1st
In tha meantime we are receiving regular shipments of
SlVEfir POTATOES CAULIFLOWER
HOT HOUSE LETTUCE CELERY
Full 'ine of the best brand of canrcd goods
City Grocery and Bakery,
Bell Pitone Main 75 Independent 241
ie comLination ol healthful vegetable ingredients of which S. S. a U
s-d niaki-s it an especially desirable and effective remedy in the treat.
. ' i ..I.... ( o.orv tind. Since an imBure condi
composed, ir..tkcs U an espc-iawy ' uic treat.
ment of sores and ulcers of every kind. Since an impure condition of n
blood is responsible for the trouble, a medicine that can purify the flood t"
. . ' f r..i .,.c 01.! it KhfiiilJ Le a cieuiriiie tl :i .
lue only nope 01 a micccsmu iuh. - oniy
cleanses the circulation, but one that at tlie same tune restores the blood to
its normal, rich, nutritive condition. S. f. S. is luat such a remedy, u fc
made entirely cfhcalintr, cleansing vegetable proper t-cs, extracted from ta
ture's roots, licrV.s nnJ barks of the forest and Cclcb. It has loujr becB
recognized as the greatest of all blood minllers, r-oessing" the qualities
necessary to remove cverv impurity in 'lV. " 1J' kJ ,- punfie
the circulation, and strengthened ana enncucu u, wrcs nnu Kicers raeal read
ilv and sure'v, lnvause they are no lonpcr fed andkejt open by a continnx
t'i-charre into them of irritating disease-laden matter from the blood. 8. s. s
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Are you afflicted with this disease
Are you still using a rar.or
Are yru still using a twnezer
Q THEN YOU . Certainly
C Have Not Used
Dr. Alexander Crosssnar, fte' Eminent Hair and
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and experimenting, discovered an absolute remedy
for this unsightly disfigurement.
Ut l)"siroy the
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The above is nr.t the result of magic, but of this wonderful discov
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MAJI does not burn the hair, thus
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by destroying ihe productive condi
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If you want to be CURED, If you want to dispense with tho fine
razor, If you want to discard the heavy veil you are compelled to
wear to conceal this humiliating, unsightly blemish, get ' a bottle of
J.fAJJ now at once. If your druggist does not keep it send 11 to us
direct and we will mail it to you, postage prepaid; in plain wrapperr.
Turkish Remedy Co.
.31 West 125 Street New York, IV. Y.
AddresH Desk 4. Free Valuable Ilooklet "The Key to the Problem,"'
m.J..( SENT ON REQUEST.
Just scratch a match lijrl.t
the Perfection Oil Heater
and stop shivering. Wher
ever you have a room that S
hard to heat that the fur
nace doesn't reach there
y . ecl a
(Equipped with Smokeless DcViCC) '
l'l t th" lx-hz for blizzard timr cr hetween sors. Its genial
l' w i-.j t-.c.t rsittf.'s any rxm c:!ecnui ana cc.y. io smoKe
dt'Mce prevrnts crass
5 ' V;- -:
f ir.t liolds 4 quarts of cil burning 9 houis. Fin
i hod in japan and nkLel. E cry heater warranted.
shich is sd rruch appreciated by vorkers and
students. Made cf brass, i;irkcl plated v ilh the
Lt improved crr.tral draft burner. Every lamp
warranted. Wi.te our nearest nr-er.cy for dr-
scn'ptive circul.r if your dealt r cannot supply
tlie Perfection Cil Heater or Rayo Lcur.p.
Standard Oil Company
r.otin-liiii"' Mood .inu ii:;k-s n jiennsnent and I.ut:nir cure. Book
i ! .. f. i :..! -iin irp in lilcd free to all w!io write.
unu i. icci .a uuu - - -
TO' SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, G
Gomplete equipment for resetting and repairing
rubber buggy tires. ,
LA GRANDE IRON WORKS
D. FITZGERALD, Proprietor
.'.Complete Machine Shops and Foundry
Daily Observer 65c per Month
i HOT DRINKS
Just the kind of drinks for cold
CLAM BROTH BEEF TEA I
CHOCOLATE With Whipped Cream
S ELDER, THE CANDY MN
SHE'S A QUEEN! SHE'S A SIKEN!
is an exprfes"on that la always heard at sight of a
well deve .-a woman. If you are flat-chested,
with Bl undeveloped, a srawny neck, thin, lt?ad
arm remark will never be applied to you.
".SI I' . ' wafers wll.l make you beautiful, bewitch
int, -They DEVELOP THE BUST In a week fron
3 to 6 inches and produce a fine, firm, voluptuou.
bosom. They fill out the hollow places, make th?
arms hands mo and well modeled' and the neck
and shoulders shapely and of perfect contour.
Send for a bottle toiluy and you'll be pleased and grate! ul. "SI
REN" wafers are absolutely harmless. ; innt to take, and convenient
to carry around. They are sold under guarantee to do all we claim
or MONEY BACK.
Price f 1.00 per bottle. Inquire nt good drug stores or send DI
RECT TO VS.
FUEE. During the next 30 days only we will send you a sam
ple bottle of these beautifying wafers on receipt of 10c to pay cost of
packing and postage if you meiili.i; that you saw the advertisement In
this paper. The sample alone may be sufficient if the defects ar
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1 THE WORLD FAMED CAR !
The Cadallic Thirty Is Now Here
Come look rt over and see mere car value
for cve-y dollar inustec than ou cer
We also Have the Famous Model 10 Buick
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