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I VALENTINES' FERGUSON'S
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LA3T Year we had the Valentine Gift books. We sold all of therr, and had many calls for more. This
year we have some very beautiful Valentine books. What could be more appropriate than a beautifully
illustrated book, with subject matter appropriate to the seasor,? We shall be glad to shew them to you,
and you will enjoy looking at "Cupid's Almanac and Guide to HearUcuIture" prepared by . John Cecil Clay and
Oliver Herford. We have also the.NIGEST line of valentine cards in La Grange. Booklets, folders, mottoes, etc.
Sec them in our window--at the place ,.
WHERE NOTHING: IS TOO MUCH TROUBLE"
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THE GEORGE PALMER
We Solicit Your Orders for
Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Mouldings,
We are prepared to furnish and deliver material
! (OVE dead;
Invested In a bottle, of those wonderful, harmless fat-reducing tabhft
In 30 days you wl.l be a normal, well-formed person again. Don't carry
Call up Retail Department Phone Main 8.
DAILY OBSERVER 65c a Month
Soldier Hulk I)wtli rkit.
It seen cd to J. A. Stone, a cl ' war
vtteran of Kemp. Texas, that .1 plot
existed between a desperate lun
trouble and the grave to cause hl
death. "1 contracted a stubborn cold."
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I,, wmes. tn ueve.. .,, ',, blllk. your unKnl,y superfluous r.h.
th.Ht T" " T.!:1": ZZ I I.;; rd,culo. and what U hn portant. It subject. yo tofaul con.
f. isn i, minds. Then I begun lo line . uuenoes,
r., u-inr- nvw Discovery, which re-: ble, apoplexy and
It makes you ml-
sudden death from fatty degeneration, neari u.t. ...., ..--
muscular rheumutl sm all come from uymwaj.m.
CAME TO GUAXOE M)K
stored my health completely. I now
' I welch 178 Bounds." For severe colds.
03 AS A riOXEri:. obstinate coughs, hemorrhages, asth-
ma and to prevent pneumonia It Isi
... 'unrivaled. 50c and $1. Trial bottle
Dentil t,r Former TuImi Count f I'io- n,lv"' v. ,. r
- free. Guaranteed by Newlin IJrug Co.
iiecr Om'iirs nt Axotfn, Wnslii- Siir-j ' t.
vlvod v Widow Miul Seven Ckiulrcn. '4i4,J,i4(Htr
When your watch isn't
keeping perfect time, stop
in and have us look it
over. You will find, if
you try us, that our work
is perfect to the veriest
detail, andihat we charge
the most reasonable of
prices. A watch needs
cleaning at least once a
Cove, Feb. 2. I Special. Word
has bern received by relatives here of
tVi ir.iv at Aunt In Wash., uf Oliver
F. Barnes, who wus a pioneer of Cove,
and Union cminty..
He "was born in -Johnson oeunty. In- j
diana, November 21, 1833. In 1845 j
I tiA jriivArl with H'v nnrtntR la Illinois
and n 1852 he went to live In Mercer
county, Missouri. Three -years later,
June 16, 1855, he married Miws Miner
va'Kllgorc. He .Vft Missouri in May,
1862, arriving in the Orande Uonde
valley on S-pteni)er 20, the some year.
Were .he Uvea for 27 years, moving
to Paradise in 1889, and later to Aso
tin, Watih... where his du&th occurred
on January 9, '10 S.
He is survive.d by HiH widow and
seven children: V. A. . Barnes, Dur-kef-.
Ore;; H. I. 3-Mrnes, Aotln, Wash.;
Mr. J. TV. .Selis. Cove, Ore.; Mrs. J.
W. Flohttr, Puruilit-e, Or: Mrs. Hit
beitt Achirn h. 1'sUne, (.!.; Mj-s. W.
R. T)ay and Mrs. C?. C. Uii.r nf Asdtln.
J. H- PEARE
L LADING AD PIONEER JEWELER
You may have title to
your heme and again you
may only think you have.
Gall at our office and
let us explain what an
abstract really means.
Your ideas regarding ab
stracts may be all wrong.
Many people do not know
what constitutes an ab- J
s tract, they think that an ;
abstract is the equivalent ;
of a deed. I
DU I ILK
Houses to Rent.
1 6-room house for $10 per
m rvn t h .
1 0-room house for J12 per
House for Sale.
A neat little 4 -room house,
plastered; modern; 2 lots, with
20 fruit trees and Bmall fruit.
A good little Investment, a neat
home. Price reasonable and
The Van Duyn Realty Company.
Office over Van Buren's Ci-
Cured of a Severe Attar- ot Bronchitis
hf Chamberiain's Cough Keuly.
"On October 18th. last, my IrMie 3
cold whitJi reelted In a bad case of
year-old daughter co.ractel a severe
bronthltis,- says Mrs. W. O. Gibson,
Lexington, Ky. "'She lost the power
of speech completely and was a ry
eick child. Tortuuately we had bot
tle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
in the house and gave it to her.acowtl
lng to the printed directions. On the
second dy she was a gre.at deal bet
ter, and on the fifth lay, October 2Sd,
she was entirely well of htr cold and
broiv. hltls, which I attribute to this
splemlid medicine. I rcommod
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy uore
servedly os I have found It the surest,
safest and quickest cure for coids,
both for children ani adults, of any I
have ever used." For sale by all got d
Get the money-saving halit.
at Xewlln Drug Co.'s.
Because meats are so tasty they are
consumed in grrat exc-. 1M ia'i
to stomach troubles, biliousness and
constipation. Revise your diet, let
reason and not a pampered appetite
control, then take few doses of
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab
lets and you will soon be well again.
Try It. For sale at all good dealers.
A' new butter mold has been pur
chased and Installed by the Blue
Mountain Creamery company. The
former mold has been outgrown, ne
cessitating one that could turn out
the increased output which the cream
ery records. The new machiuH, for
so it can be correctly called was set
up ytwterday and is today in working
order. While on .general principles
similar lo the old mold, it hm a
grcuter capacity and is equipped with
all the n'w and modt-rn appliances
which go to facilitate handling of law
quantities of buiter.' Eight hundred
pounds of butter can be psicked into
the mold at one time, and when r ady
for the cutter, the two-pound blocks
are formed like so many brick, with
no possibility of under-welght. Every
known appliance to a machine of iu
kind, is attached.
Heavy C'rvatn lUvidpt.
They look like
: new when you
1. get them home.
fact. Try us. ;
''Best by Test" j
Thousands of Testimonials from Grate
ful Pcoole Prove This
YOUR M31VIEY BACK If If FAILS'
AXTI-COltrU is absolutely .the g reatest discvT- 'in meillclno for de
ducing fat. It Is made in tho form of a little. taWet OUt of Vegetable mat
ter and is easy and pleasant to take. It Is ettdoVfted by every reputable: phj-"
sician and College of Medicine. Ask your doctor.
ANTI-COItPC is absolutely harmless. The formula used In ma'-ihg th)'
preparation is on file In the Bureau of Chemistry In Washington, ich ur
proof that it is PURE and HARMLESS.
ANTI-COUPU reduces FAV 3 to ' pounds a week. It reduces dbubta
chin, fat hips and flabby cheeks. Is.i -vvri kles result from this reduction,
for it makes the skin close-fitting and smoot - Ml
ANTI-COUPU strengthens weak heart, curr a r '"'tatloTis, shm't 'braat'h,
and acts like magic In muscular rheumatism and
PRICK 11.00 oer bottle. Money back If It don't u 0 ph claJm. If
j your druggist does not keep it, show him thlsadvertisemeM . .v.l make hist)
get It lor you, or you cttu ituuu Lot u u i ujh. i iw ub. o v- putujo an
end In plain wrapper.
30 DAYS' TREATMENT IN EVERY HOTTLE,
We will send you n sample of this wonderful fat-reducing
remedy on receipt of ten cents to pay for postage an
packing. The sample Itself may be sufficient to reduce th
desired weight. Mention this paper. Desk 4.
Monday and Tuesday the
Mountain creamery received
pounds of cream. During the spring
month.4 similar receipts are common,
but for February this Is a new record.
The principal cause i the natuml in
crease in the dairy buintss among the
The Blue Mountain creamery repre
sents no small payroll in this city, as
the monthly checks are handed out to
Notice of Final Account.
Notice Is hereby given that the un
dersigned has filed In the county cou i
of Union county, stHte of Oregon, his
final account of his administration of
th'j estate of J. M. McCall; deceased,
and that .the said court han or
d"red that said final account be
heard by said court ai the usual place
of holding said court at the court
house in La Graade, in said county,
on the 16th day of February, 1909,
at 10 o'clock a. m. of said day, at
which time and place any person in
terested In said estate mav appear and
file objections to said accourm. If anj
Dater, January 9, 1909.
ULTSSES O. COUCH,
Administrator of Said Estate.
RAMSEY St OLIVER, 1-lt-l-l
Attorneys for the Estate.
ESTHETIC CHEMICAL CO.
31 VI EST 125th STREET NEW YORK. N. Y.
DAILY OBSERVER 65c a Month
j LAUNDRY ..
The Way You Want it done
PHONE MAIN 7
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