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L GRANDE EVENING OBSERVER THURSDAY, JUNE CO, 1010.
-jlrt. L. Smith's Millinery Store ?
Hair iressim?. :
I . Manicuring,
f Electric Radio, - J
New line of switches just
received, including blonde J
and drab shades ,
. with egg
A Meal in
;Made from fresh, ripe, to- 5
jmatoes, Spices, granula- j
ted cane Sugar, pure,
Vinegar, Onions and Salt.; J
Contains rio Benzoate '
30c a Bottle $
I PHONE BLACK 81
! - . ' ; ' ; .- -' ' - . 4
rder Rock Springs
ror Winter Now
: Q. E. FOWLER
V ' 1 ; Cherries For Sale. '
May Dukes are now ripe. Order
t onca as they are going quickly.
F. H. Tatman. ' ' ,
The Fourth Series
(Written by Pr. M. P. Mendelsohn for
, the benefit of the public)
Not only does the human eye de
serve to he called the most wonderful
part of the human body "made In the
Image of God", but science regards
It as the crowning work of the Cre
ator and during those six primal days
when He brought a marvelous order'
out of choas and finished the scheme
of the universe by making man. The
most wonderful things In the world
are the most intricate and delicate.
This is true of the eye. It fears
danger more than any other, part of
the body. v
The approach of a speck or dirt Is
guarded against by the quick, Invol
untary closing of the lids.
When, by chance, a foreign parti
cle slips through before the little
gates can be closed, and lodges upon
the sensitive lids or the surface of
the eye itself, what instantaneous
warning is given and how suddenly
do we know that there is a condition
which "calls for immediate relief; or
means unrelenting , pain, until the
stranger has been dislodged! ,
- The eye is as sentimental as it is
delicate. . " - , , - '
, It is the window of the soul, and
in it the moods and passions are clear
ly written. "'. :.
. The poets have sunc about the eye.
the novelists have made It the center
of love, hate, joy, grtef and .desire.
Its matchless mechanism furnishes
a study that requires untold years
to master. The eye Is a thing to
which only superlatives apply. .
' It is the most wonderful, the most
delicate, the most expressive part of
the human body, and in addition is
the most susceptible to Injury and
the most difficult to heal after the
injury has come. ,i It is, therefore,
Belt evident that the eye requires the
most careful treatment that can t e
devised, and that treatment, on ac
count of the delicacy of the organ it
self, should be as tender and as care
ful and as near free from pain es
can be accomplished through appli
cation of medical skill. .
To torture the eye Is like torturing
the'soul. .' ' : " . ".. T:
To abuse the eye is to abi.c God
Hinw!i, who sees the world In and
throrcb these little mans of sl;ht. ' '
To terlect the eye when in need
of skillful attention is not short of
criminal, and to permit ' . improper
treatment, when the eye is . weak or
injured is a most serious wrong.;
'. ' (Clntlnued next week)
Call For Bids.
Notice is hereby given that sealed
bids for the construction of 870 feet
of sewer, to be bullf according to
the plans and specifications on file In
the office of the Recorder of the City
of La Grande, Oregon, will be receiv
ed at the office of said Recorder up
to 4 o'clock p. m., on Wednesday, July
6th, 1910. All bids to be' accompan
ied by a certified check for 5 per cent
of each bid. The city reserves the
right to reject any and all bids.
La Grande, Oregon, June 24th, 1910
: g. d. iteming, j -; . ;
? ? W. J. CkURCH,
Health, Sewerag and Water Com-
D. H. Proctor, representing Milton
Nurseries. . Order now for fall and
spring delivery. , 7-1' ,
'Han ha denended nnon" is an Miresion
all lika to hear, and when it is used in
connection with Chamberlain's Colip, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Kemedy it mean! that it
never fails to cure diarrhoea, dysentery oi
Imwel nmnlnints. It is tileonant to tkke and
equally valuable for children and .adults.
European Plan Only ?
Rooms 50c to $1.50
First class Throughout
D. G. BRIGHOUXi
r :' Proprietor. .
ONE BLOCK FROM DtPOi
';. La Gwfc, Oregon
SUGAR Cash Price Sugar, $6.75;
beet sugar J6.75.
VEGETABLES New dry onions,
6c; spinach,' 3 lb for 25c J fresh peas
10c; rhubarb 3c; head lettuce 10c;
radishes, 3 bunches for 10c; green
onions, S bunches for 10c; tomatoes
10c per pound; new potatoes, 6tti
for 25c. .:U ; ; :
FRUIT Oranges, 45c per dozen;
lemons, 35c per dozen; bananas, 40c
per dozen ; . strawberries, 15c , to for
25c; cherries, 25 to 35c. per gallon;
gooseberries, 30 cents per gallon; red
raspberries, 2 boxes for 25c; black
berries, 2 boxes for 25c; dewberries,
2 boxes for 25c. y ;-.
MEATS Hogs, live weight. , well
finished, $10 cwt; cows, 3 1-2 to 4c;
veal 4 to 4 l-2c; mutton. 5 1-2; chick
ens 13c. V- .,, ' - :'
' - I am prepared to furnish Dry Chain Wood, al
. so partly seasoned wood, to all comers. Kind
ly phone your order to
V. . BEIW
PHOHE RED 374! , ,
:;:'.y:r M. W. A. ; V ,"
; La Grapdo Camp No. 7703 meets
erery Monday in the month at the I.
O. O. F. Hall. All visiting neighbors
are cordially Invited to attend.
' I. R. SNOOK, C.
D. E. COX. Clerk.
Women of Woodcraft Yt
- Grande Ronde CIrcl No. 47 meets
every first and third Thursday even
ing in the month at the I. O. O. F.
Hall. All visiting mombers welcome.
CHLOE ROBINSON, Q. M.
LIZZIE ELLSWORTH, Clerk.
A. F. & A. M.
La Graude Lodge No. 41, A. F. A
A, M. holds reguler meetings first and
third Saturdays at 7:30 p. m. '
' j JOHN C. HODGIN, W. M.
A. C. WILLIAMS, SecreUry
.. rTvB. P. 0. K
La Granle Lodge No. 433 meets
each Thursday evening at 8 o'clock in
Elk's club corntr .of Depot street and
Washington Avenue. Visiting brothers
are cordially invited to attend.
) DR. G. L. BIGGERS, Ex. Ruler.
' HUGH McCALL, Rec Sec.',
') I 0. 0. F. Subordinate . '
La Grande Lodge No. 16 meets ' in
their hair every Satui day night Vis
iting brothers cordially invited to at-
tend. 1 GEO. GROUT, N. G.
J. R, SNOOK, Rec. Sec. ' ')
W. A. WORSTELL, Fin. Sec.
: ' BUTTER Extra Creamery, - 29c:
BUTTER FAT Delliver L o. b. at
Portland, sw, cream 27 1-2; sour 25 1-2
EGGS Local, candled, 26 9 27c.
POULTRY Mixed chickens, 151-2;
fancy 16 ' cents; ' turkeys aliv,
20 21; dressed 27 fl 28; pigeons
squabs. 2.50; dressed chickens, 1 to
2o higher than alive.
BARLEY Producers price, 1903
Feed; $23; rolled, $25; brewhig, $24.
WHEAT Nominal uack, club,
79; bluestem,' 83; " WUamette valley,
. MIIXSTUFFS Selling price Bran
$20; midllngs, $29; shorts, $21; chop,
$19G$25. ':;.,:;.. i
FLOUR New crop patents, $3.15
to the rtiuaren wavu u
the delicious bread made from
the North Powder BeBt of the
Best Patent flour. It Is a meal
for the little ones, with tutter,
Jam or Jelly, that is wholesome
and muscle building. It looks
good also to the housewife when
, she sees the golden brown orlop
and the white breadlnslaa when
It comes from the oven. It also
smells apDetizlng when made
from Best of Best Flour. A
FOB SALE EY ALL GE0CXB3
LA GRANDE, ORE J
crystal tocge nc. to meets every
Tuesday enlng in the I. O. O. F. hall
All visiting members are Invited to
attend. ..'' f ''.'vv: ''
MRS. CORA FITZGERALD, N. G,
MISS SUSAN MclLROY. Sec.
r Knights of Pythias ;
Red Cross Lodge No. 27 meets ev
ery Monday nlgbt ', in Castle hall
(old Elk's hall). A Pythian welcome
to all . visiting Knights, ! y- , ; " ' )
ED, WRI3HT, C. C.
R. L. LINCOLN, M. of R. & 8.
O. E. S. : . .
Hope Chapter No. 13, O. E. 8. holdc
stated communications , the second
and fourth Wednesdays of each month
Visiting members .cordially Invited,
MARY A. WARNICK,Sec. .''. :
, PAULINE LEDERLEE, W.' M.
i . Woodmen of the World
La Grande Lodge No. 169 W, O. W.
meets every second and fourth Tues
day In the month. All visiting mem
bers welcom.. ': . .. -
NERI A3KLES, C C-".
J. H. KEENEY, ClerL ;
r f pay Rent? We loan you
money to build; and you
pay us as you would rent. (
I. R. OLIVER.
1 THE CLASSIFIE
LOST Lady's watch with pin at
tached. V Suitable reward paid if re
turned to La Grande Investment com
pany. STRAYED Black Cockerel . Spaniel
Three months old. Finder lea- o
word at this offioe.
TO TRADE 160 acres of Umber land
to trade for city property. Mac
Wood, Golden Rule store.
LOST Brown purse containing about
..$16.00, some Canadian coin, owner's
card1 in side; la Union or on road
to La Grande. Phone or notify Ob
server. FURNISHED ROOMS 1612 Adams
Ave., $3.00 per month, phone red
74L,.'., . ,. .:,V -;
WANTED 6 or T room furnished
'. house. Inquire Phone Red 1181.
A locket, one side
graved, other sldd plain.
NOW Get that summer suit cleaned
and pressed at Pennington's. Phone
Black 851 or 44.'; -'9
LOST Elk's tooth in setUng; "D. A.
E., Olympian. 186" on back. Re
turn to Observer office and receive
suitable reward, ? 'V V-1
ROOM and BOARD 1617 Fourth 8L
FOR SALE The Snodgrass residence
in the Old Town consisting of a
ten room liouse, and the E. W. Bart
lett house in the Old Town, consist
ing of seven rooms. Will be soil
cheap if taken at once. Inqulra at
the Snodgrass grocery.
FOR SALE 6-H-P gasoline engine.
Vive condition. Price " $1 Z", 00. At
FOR SALE Five room house and 9
lots " A big bargain if taken, at
once.; Inquire ''F", Observer OfPce. ,
FOR SALE Cherries,
gallon; on the tree.
10 cents per
WANTED Waitress at Palace ; res
; taurant. . Experience not necessary.
LOST A' pair of eye glasses,
r Mrs. Gray, Kelffer Hotel. '.
WANTED TO tENT A six room
house. No objection to a larger)
house if in desirable location. B. F.
Wade. Phone Red 402. ' 1
O PBOFESSIOXAL OIBECIOBY.
vv O O O O O O O
C. H. UPTOX, Plu G. M. D. '
- Ppyslcian and Surgeon v.
Special attention to Eye, Ear, Nose
and Throat r Office in La Grande Nat
ional Bank Building. Phones: Of
flee Main 2, Residence Main 32. .
GEO. W. ZIJOfEBMAN -Osteopath
Sommer Bldg., Rooms 7, 8, 9 and 10
Phones: Home 1332, Pacific Main 63,
Residence phone, Black 951. Sue
ccssor to Dr. T. E. Moore. '
Teacher of Piano
Pupil of Pierre Doullet of the San
For Children the Burrows method o'.
music study and musical kindergar
ten.' Studio in Mahaffey Building.
LA GBAMDE SCHOOL OF Ml SIC,
Cor. Adams avenue and Greeawood St
. PB0F. E. P0RTEB DAT
T. H. CBAWFORD
; ( Attorney-at-iaw
Practices Jn all the courts of tlx
Start and Un!ted States. ' V
Office in La Grande National Bank
Bldg La Grande, Oregon
' DB. P. A. CIIABLTON .
.. -' ' Vftwlotry 8'irguo
Offlv.e t liiU'e flru Store, L Oranlt
nj!ldflace n'hbu. Red 01; Offic
phori'. liiatk j6l; ' Independent
KTjRNISHED ROOM For genUsmta
ctly. Nice location. Close In. Call
n;. Red )52. tt
BOY, WANTED A good, bright boy,
over 16 years of age, to learn the
laundry business. 'Apply at once to
Cherry's New Laundry. v
FOR SALE Old
papers at the 0-
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and a
horse and cow for sale. Call be
fore July 1 at 504 Second street
FOR RENT Barn suitable for three
horses. Inquire at this office.
AUTO . FOR . SALE 15-H-P. .four
"cylinder Ford roadster Good con-"
dition. Price $350. Smith's Garage.
SALE OR EXCHANGE For town Or
country property, a 120 room fire
proof hotel. Best corner location In
Seattle. Long lease, large lobby,
telephone in all rooms. P. O. Box
FOR SALE or WILL RENT Ranch
of 1300 acres; stock, hay and grain.
Well watered. Next to town. Renter
must have best references. Terms of'
years to right party.. Barns, arte
sian water, 8 room house. Address
E. M. Sanders, Cornucopia, Ore.
ANYONE wishing aster plants call
..on Mrs. W. D. Grandy, cor Second 1
and Grandy avenues.
WANTED 25 BOYS AND'mEN To
pick cherries. 25 girls to pack
cherries.: Tents and fuel furnished.
Begin about July 5th. Good camp
ground.. Phone, write or call C M,
or Q. G. Stackland, Cove, Oregon.
STRAYED From Proebstel pasture,
one Jersey cow with black face;
branded J. O. E. on left hip Alsoa
brand on right side. Notify Mrs. C.
E Brown 2805 N. Fir street lad
ROOM FOR RENT Prefer genUemaa
See Mrs. C. E. Whlteman at Zuber
brick, corner seventh and Washing
FOR RENT Modern five room house..
Inquire of D. Brichoux.
WANTED A cook at once. The Ore
gon, No, 10 Depot St.
Chas. E. Cochran Geo. T. Cochran
CO CUBAN & COCnitAN
; !. v'-' ) ' Attorneys ,
I.a Grando National Bank Bldg. ,
La Grande : , Oregon
pb. jr.; r. Mendelsohn
Doctor of Optics.
Spectacles and Eye Glasses Fitted
and made to order.
All Errors . of Refraction Corrected
1105 Adams' Ave. Opposite P. O.
; ' La Grande, Oregon .
. DR. II. L. UNDERWOOD
' , PpyBicIan and Surgeon
Over Red Cross Drug Store .
Special attention to diseases of Eys,
' and Ear: : v'.'.v- C '.' J;''!' " r
Office phone Main 22; Res. Mala 72S.
D. W. C NELSON
, N. M0LIT0B, M. D.
Ppyslclan and Surgeon
Corner Adams we. and Depot stmt
; office Main 68 Residenca C9
J. C, PRICE, D. JL D.
' : Dentist
Room 23, La' Grande National Bank
Rulldlnr. : Phn!. Rift a091 '
HENDRICKS & HALL
Pointers, paper hang
ers, decorators.- Esti
mates furnished free.
Ceddes Grocery Building
. Pjione Ind. 1431
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