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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 15, 1909)
Get the money-saving habit. Trade f
at Newlln Drug Coa.
Grande iRonde tLumber Go.
Keep the money at home
Bummorvllks Feb. 15. (Special.)
Death has called anotht-r pioneer of
I'nlon county, when, yesterday after
noon a? I o'ciielf, J. L. VrKlnzl ft.
KXfi FURMSH LUMBER Of .11 L KlMDS
LA GRANDE SUGAR
IN CARLOAD LOTS.
evem.vo ' bservi:p., t r.itAxnr, onnoox. moxdvy, rKimr.uv ,
Costs no rrcre and just as
sweet. All dealers. '
Observer Want Ads Pay
We offer 10 inch Columbia Records
5 cents each
BRAMWELL MUSIC CO.
SUCCESSORS TO' DAVIS MUSIC CO.
the hip received a!jut four month
ago, In a fall. Deceased wan 73 yean
of age. He came to Union county
from Ontario, when the valley wai
sparsely settled, making this his con
tinuous home. Aside from several
near relative, he leaevs two children,
Mrs. Frank McKlnnls and. David Mc
Klnxlo, both residents of I'nlon coun
ty. Funeral Tomorrow.
The funeral arrangements have been
perfected, the frrrvlees being an
nounced for tomorrow afternoon at !
DeTtton Trimx has boon acqntttod
of the charge of sodomy, filed againxt
him by Mr. Gates originally, but la
ter indicted by the grand jury.
, A Sruliil Vt-rdht.
About 3 o'clock Sunday morning,
after a deliberation of about 10 hours,
the jury agreed to acquittal and filing
a sealed vcrdlco with the court, was
dismissed. At 9 o'clock this morning
the circuit Judge, J. W. Knowles,
opened and reaa the decision that set
young Truax at liberty.
The Way You Want it (lone
PHONE MAIN 7
a. d U' Laundry i
DAILY OBSERVER 65c a Month
But we ae still in business.
PLUMBING of all kinds
YVc guarantee our ivork
BAY & ZWEIFEL
241 DEPOT STREll
XOKA KICHAKDSOV MAHUUCI).
Former Im (.rundo Girl Married til
Miirsh field IjisI Week.
Marshfleld, Ore., Feb. 14. (Spcciul.)
Alius Nora Richardson, n prominent
.'oung lady formerly of Lu . Grande,
and a daughter of Mr. and .Mrs. J. Q.
A. Richardson of Cove, was married
February 10, at the home of her sis
ter, Mrs. V. G. Keenan of Maishfleld,
Coos county, to Lorenzo D. N'oah. The
ceremony was performed promptly at
8 p. m. by Rev. G. S. Olevenger of the
Baptist church. After the ceremony
they were led to the dining room,
where a suinpt jous lunch was served.
The bride was gowned In cream silk
eoline, the groom in conventional
They were the recipients of many
handsome presents. The guests pres
ent were Air. and Mrs. David Musson,
Master Story Musson, Mr. and Mrs.
Peter Scott, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Peter
Scott, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Noah,
Mr. and Mrs. Churles Doane, Mrs. A.
Olson, Mr. and Mrs. U. G. Keenati,
Mr. Clifford Doane, and Master
Charley Doune. v
V. I. M'CL'LIA" HOME.
With Hi Wife He Has KM'iit the Win
ter in Old .Mexico.
F. I). McCully, who with his bride
has been spending the winter in Cali
fornia and principally in Old Mexlo,
. . u , v, . it, IIIWI II 111 p$ l, llin IlllTllt I J I
Joseph for a few days, when he will
it-cuiu i'j rnruijiiu tm icoerai couri
Mr. AfcCllllv helir-VfS lh:it tli,ri la
i greut future in ,1 Mexico for
Aln,ivi,!inu n'tll. ,... It. ,1 1 .,...) I..
cheap all the way from nothing to
J per aeri wnicn will grow alfalfa
!ind rt..t.t ..f 'IM ,1
i... v... fr. , V'.ll,. Ill,' IlilllVI'r
llun f,. ,.,! i,. 1, i i- ,.. U...1.. ......! ...I
... .it- 1,11, I 1 . ' ' I I'. III-
tuie, jilow with sticks or at lu st with
a stick pointed with Inm. and eul
their Hlt'alfa crops with .-1 sickle. Th-y
w nt several weeks In Califm nia. but
ft rn!n.,l Mf 1.,,a AM,r.l,.u t,.
January, and it was none of your Or
egon nitHs. It was a downpour most !
of the time.
V.;ty Price on Records.
The Ursmwell Music eompriny In
selling- Columbia 10-iarh dHe records
Mr S.Tr etcH".
Oonaptot ThrNlil Outfit.
Far t a bargaia. Has bea
ma abat days. Tiiae give, an
i-A CRAitDE UiVEHTiiHtiT CC.
Guaranteed under the
National Pure Food and
The Greatest Restorative
and Vitalizur for all
Diseases of the
as well as diseases aris
from an inactive condit
ion of the
This is a medicine com
primising the curative
I rop&rties of the Oregon
Grape, which grow wild
on our hills, combined
with other valuable in
gredients and the finished
product is without a doubt
the most excellent prepar
ation we know of for the
4-. .rv T-l J r-
eases as well as for ton
in? up of the Kidneys and
A Trial will
You of Its
Sold and Guar
anteed by all
$1.00 per Bottle
S. ror 16 inch Chain Wood Delivered at yo .r dome,
C.Ail nn V F RFAM I a C.ramt Thonio Krd 17 At
Don't add to pour business
cares with troubles concern
ing your property Have the
title to. your real estate thor
oughly clear and free from
errors that may lead to litiga
tionHave an abstract drawn
by us. Our office relieves you
of the technical troubles-all
records are accessible to us
and we give prompt work with
Only complete set of ab
stract books in Union County
U GRANDE INVESTMENT CO
Fo ey Hotel Block
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
tablets mora beneficial than any ather,
remedy I ever used." For sale by all
Cured ut a Severe Attack of Bronchitis
by Chamberlain's Cough Remedy,
cold which resulted In a bad case or
"On Octsber 18th, last, my llttie S-year-old
daughter contracted a severs
bronchitis," says Mrs. W. G. Gibson.
Lexington, Ky. "She lost the power
of speech 'Completely and was a very
sick child. Fortunately we had a bot
tle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
In the house and gava It to her accord
Ing to the printed directions. On ths
second day she was a great deal bet
ter, and on the fifth day, October 23d.
she was entirely well of her cold and
bronchitis, which I attribute to this
splendid medicine. I recommend
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy unre
servedly as I have found It the surest,
safest and quickest cure for colds,
both for children and adults, of any (
have ever used." For sale by all gooi
FOK SALE Holsman automobile, It
.horse power; used one season; la
good condition and will run 365 days
in tho year; will sell at half price.
Inquire at this office. ' d-wl5tf
Stonuu-li Trouble Cured.
If yo uhave any trouble with your
stomach you should take Chnmber
Iain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. Mr.
J. P. Klote of Edlna, Mo., says: "I
have used a great many different med
icines for stomach trouble, but find
Brave Fjre fruldlc
iiho.jx receive eevere burns, putting out
fires, theh use Bucklen's Arnica Salve
and forget them. It soon drives out'
pain. For burns, scalds, wounds, cuts
and bruises It Is eart.h's greatest Jj.eal
or. Quickly cures skin eruptions, olj)
sores, bolls, ulcers, ' felons; beflf pi4
cure made. Relief fs instant, 2So .
Xewlln's drug store, lf
mmmm mm mmtm nftat mi iiii
( ItcttNon' Unthroned.
Because meats arc go tasty they are"
consumed In great excess. Ttla lead's
to stomach troubles, biliousness and
constipation. Revise your dlt, ler
reason and not a pampered appetitt
control, then take a few doses of
Chumbcrlaln'8 Stomach and Liver Tab
lots and you will soon be well again.
Try It. For sale :t alt good dealers.
LADIES HOSIERY I
And the famous "Deerhide"
brand for children. Splendid
EoRWEllflffl & CO.
THE GEORGE PALMER
LUMBER COMPANY j
RETAIL DEPARTMENT I
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Lumber, Latfr, Shingles, Mouldings,
VVe are prepared to furnish and deliver material J
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