La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959, July 17, 1911, Page PAGE 2, Image 2

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PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY.
FHTSIC1AAS ASD SURGE0AS.
Your Name in a Telephone Di
rectory shows you are progres
sive. You can get a listing in
our new directory. Call
up the Manager NOW
HOME INDEPENDENTTELEF HONE CO.
Local and Long Distance Service.
Long Distance Connection with the Entire Bell System
NO CAUSE TO DOUBT.
A Statement of Facta Baek4 h.
We guarantee immediate and posi
tive relief to ail sufferers from consti
pation. In every case where our rein
dv fails to do this we will supply it
tree". That's a frank ' statement of
facts, and we want you to substantiate
them at our risk.
Rexall Orderlies are a gentle, effec
tive, dependable and safe bowel regu
lator, strengthener and tonic, that are
aten like candy. They re-establish
nature's functions In a quiet, easy way.
They do not cause any inconvenience,
griping or nausea. They are so pleas
ant to take, and work so easily, ttat
they may be taken by any one at any
time. They thoroughly tone up the
whole system to healthy activity.
They have a most beneficial action
upon the liver.
Rexall Orderlies are unsurpassable
and ideal for the use of children,
old folks and delicate persons. We
cannot too" highly recommend them
to all sufferers from any form of
constipation and its attendant evils.
That's why we back our faith in them
with our promise of money back
If they do not give entire satisfac
tion. Two sizes: 12 tablets 10 cents
and 30 tablets 25 cents. Remem
ber you can obtain Rexall Remedies
only at our store The Rexall Store,
Hills Drug Store,
THE CATSKILL GNOMES.
Legend of the Ugly Elves and H.ndriok
Hudon and His Man.
In the Caikill uiouuralns. back of
Grnnd notel xtation. Ih a large amphi
theater where. Indian legend tells us.
live, the ugly little Catskltl dwarfs
wjtn ousny uettrua moju eyes m pigs
woo can ao ninny marvelous thlnirs.
Tbey work surpassing v well In met
als. and it Is from their forges that In
antomn comes the haze of Indian sum
mer. '. ' .
But their most marvelous rent Is tho
brewing of a liquor which shortens the
noaies ana swells the beads of all who
drink It. '
It was- to their tender mercies that
Hendrick Hudson and bis men fell,
having landed from the Half Moon
and lost their way among the moun
tains. The gnomes held a mad ca
rouse In their honor, capering and
dancing around the amphitheater and
bringing forth great fingons of tlrelr
magic wine.
Hudson and bis men drank freely
ana aeeply. only to become misshapen
ugly dwarfs from that time forth.
Since then they have wandered around
the Cotsklll mountains, appearing to
men once in twenty years. '
The Inst time they were due to be
seen was In 190H. So now tbey will
not appear again until lO'JO. when any
one anrtng enough can go up to the
mountains to test for himself the truth
of the legend.-Allce Fbebe Eldrldge Id
New york World. ,
REWARD.
School district No. One (1), Union
county, Oregon, will pay FIFTY DOL
LARS ($50) reward for the arrest and
conviction of any person or persons
maliciously breaking the window glass
In any of the school houses Jn said
district
By order of the school board. ,
ARTHUR C. WILLIAMS, ,
' Clerk. '
Jul 13-6t . i
Pipe ior Sale,
A large quantity of terra cotta pipe
suitable for well curbs and drains. Di
mensions, from 18 to 30 Inches. This
win be sold very cheap as I am clean
ing up all work In La Grande. '
B. S. DAVIS. Foley Hotel.
7-11-tf
That's What They All Say
NATHAN P. BRYAN, FLORIDA'S NEW SENATOR.
T
J.
TtVLtrtJ ?da' wblch Btaf has recently
in VI wnn V lm,eu ?tates nate, the first hav
ing been W illiam James Bryan, who died only a few weeks after
Dis appointment hv th
2h !S I ' lde.bther of W11Uam J- was the youngest senator
M hh"erVe .NathaD R Bry" U on,y few yea" older than was'
Wa brother. He regarded a, . progressive. He succeeds the late
Napoleon Bonaparte Broward, former governor, who" died shortly after
his election to the senate. Senator Bryan won his election by tUpri-
Inir PFlT?e! ere beld- W' A.' Blount led In the first,
with Bryan second and J. N. C. Stockton third. Under the Florida-law
Stockton dropped out, and the race was between Bryan and Blount
Bryan received a substantial majority In the second primary.
HEAD
OFLDiS.
OF
TOUR
CHURCH ON
PACIFIC NORTHWEST
It's Good For What Ails You
HaWr-jmMli!i'.M.jiiU U milllll'lfl II "I 'III Illllll lljiiiiilwi.i....
GRANDE RONDE MEAT CO
Uses only Refrigerator Counters
and they show our cut meats in a
most sanitary and appetizing way
TWO MARKETS - BOTH PHONES
J. E. Bradley S Co.
SANITARY PLUMBING?
REPAIR WORK A SPECIALTY.
President Joseph F. Sinilh, Biipreme
head of the Church of Jesus Christ of
Latter Day Saints at Salt Lake Citv,
John Henry Smith, second coun
sellor to thi9 president, C. W,
NIbley, custodian of church funds, Da.
Seymdre B. Young, presldsnt of Sev
enties, accompanied about 20 o'her In
fluential mien and women of the Salt
Lake congregation, and were in La
Grande Saturday afternoon and Sun
day, attending a stake 'conference of
the I D. S. church which drew a
Jarge number of churchmen to La
uranae yesieraay. rresiuent smi.n
addressed the conference at various
tinKs, delivering a splendid address
yesterday afternoon to an audience
much larger than th ordinary confer
ence crowd. . 1 .
This morning the entire party left
for Walfowa counly where they will,
many of them, see Wallowa county for
the first (Imp Tho tnm-iuto o m
i . - "v . w. kF,a tctT-
leHnir In Mr Pm'tii'o
a ... ... . i. u ;uiam vtir CA"
itended him as complimentary to his
post as director on the Harrimamsys
j tern's board. On their return from
i Wallowa tomorrow they will go on to
.Portland, and then on toward the
jnorthwfst cities, touring all th& terri
itory of snecial Interest.
, nun. just-pa omiin, Mrs. Henry
Smith, Mrs. NIbley and a dozen other
ladle8 are with the party of. which
there are 24 In all. .
j The day was especially Interesting to
local members of the church whq have
opportunities of hearing the president
Jspeak but rarely and the large crowd
: spoke of the Interest attached to his
looming. . . '
PHONES I SHOP BLACK 71.
RESIDENCE BLACK 4S2.
NEXT DOOR TO
CITY HALL
COINS UNDER WEIGHT.
In England It's the Duty of These Who
Get Tham to Break Them. .
It In thx (in r r nl Viich Invnl UrirJsh
subject uoi mcrel.v to refue goid coin
tbnt Is under a t-cruiin viglil. but to
break It. '' " - ' ; -
Evnrv ncrsuii. ihi m l rendM. "shall.
by himself or others, cut. break or de
race oucn in lenut'ieu t uun in p:i.v
meut, nud tin- itcrwui lendertng the
same shall bear tin losa,"'
But iu spite of till act It Is n risky
hiiRlnw liiKrfi rliiL' with colllK wlllit
you may xusect to be under weight
or Npurlotm. Some uhiiiUh np tiriiuH-
by wouiau offerea a mm sovereigu r.i
paymetit of goods to a local shopkrep-
ar Tim latUr nut flu. l-lllll 111 II leSI
Ing nincbine and. as It broke In two
refused to take It.
The coin.- however. w:m pitmounccd
by experts to be perfectly goiniliu
and when the case wn taken into a
rnnrf nf law llu KholibcelUT Wil. ordT
led to refuud 10 sbllltngs to the cu
tomer. '
Money, both gold and silver, wears
out at a startling rate. It le reckoucd
that there Is usuuliy iluo.uou.mx) Id
gold coin In England, a very large pro
portion of which Is locked In the strong
rooms of bnuks. Vet of that which U
In active circulation the wastage la so
great that during every twelve months
70.000 worth of gold and silver is
rubbed off into fine dust. Pearson's
Weekly. '
" Strict School Rules.
John Wesley beld that school chil
dren should do without holidays alto
gether. When be opened Klngswood
school In 1748 be announced that ."the
children of tender parents.' so called,
have no business here, for the rules
will not be broken In favor of any
person whatsoever Nor Is any child
received unless bis parents agree that
be shall observe all the rules of the
bouse and t tint t her will not take him
jfrom school, no, not for' a d;iy. till
j they take blm for good and all." Fur-
tuer. uo piay days were permitted, and
no time was ever allowed for play on
the ground that be who plays when
ne,! a child will play when be be
comes ft niHii. Every Friday the chll-'
dren bad to work till 3 iu the after
noon without breaking their fast.
London Chronicle.
The Bird-See here, young fellow,
you want to get busy!
N. MOLITOR. M. V. Physician and
Surgeon. Corner Adams Ave. and
Depot street ; Office. Main 68; Resi
dence 69. ''
A. L. RICHARDSON. M. D.
J. W. LOUGHUN, M. D. :
Drt . Richardson ft Loughlln, .
' . Physlciani and Surgeona,
Photes Office Black 1362; Ind. 85S.
Office Hours 9 to 11; 2 to 6; 7 to 8.
Dr. Richardson's Res. Main 65; Ind.
S12. ':;: .
Dr. Loughlln's res. Main 757; Ind.
1297. -
Foolish Company.
"Well, 1 want to get my life Insur
ed." said a very old man who had en
tered the office of a general agent ',
"I am afraid our company will not
wish to take you as a risk." the agent
replied. "How old are you?" ' '
"Eighty-five." j
- W nr writ ru,(w for npool
who are over eighty years old."
'Whit's the mnrter with your fool
company? Hon t you know thai a
great many more people die under
elgtity than ov ihat Hger'-Judge.
C. H. UPTCN, Ph. G. M. .. Physl. ia
and surgeon. Special attention io
Eye, Ear. Nose and Throat. ' Otfica
Noticeably Missing.
Ore of the most evident char
acteristics of this horseless age
seems to be the absence of horse
sense. Puck..
In La Grande National Bank Build
ing. Phones: Office Main I, Resi
dence Main 33.
DR. H. L. UNDERWOOD Physlclao
and Surgeon. Special attention to
Phones; Office Main 22; Resrl
dence Main 728. Ind. 631.
3EO. W. ZIMMERMAN Osteopath
Physician. Sommer Bldg., Rooms 7.
8, 8 and 10. Phones: Home 1332,
Pacific, Main 63, Residence phone.
Black 951. Successor to Dr. C. E.
' Moore. '.
You)
Poultry
" Needs
Granulated Bone,
Oyster Shell,
Charcoal,
in order to do their
best. We can supply
you. ;'"
Waters-Stanchfclc! .
trf;.i)... . .
1126 JEFFERSON .4TEXCE
G. T. DARLAND, CHIROPRACTOR,
not drugs, not surgery, not osteo
pathy. Consultation free. Room 20,
La Grande National bank
J. C. PRICE, D. M. u. Dentist. Room.
23, La Gxande National Bank Build
ing. Phone Black 399.
DR. P. A. CHARLTON .Veterinary Sur
geon. Office at Hill's Drug Stor
. La Grande. Residence phone, Re
! 701; Office phone, Black 1361; Inde
pendent phone G3; both phones' at
residence.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
JOCHRAN & COCHRAN Attornoye :
Chas. E. Cochran and Geo. T. Coch
ran. La Grande National Bank
Bldg., La Grandn. Oregon.
T. H. CRAWFORD Attorney at
Practices In al Ithe courr . the
State an1 ITnlted SUiea. Office In
La Grande Nstiuwu Bans Bldg., La
Grande, Oregon.
LAW OFFICES OF GREEN & SMALL,
Attorneys, over Sllverthorne's drug:
store, La Grande, Ore. R. Joa..
Green and Chas. A. Small. Rooms,
15 and 16. 4
O. W. C. NELSON Mining Engineer
'Wwwwwi Baker C'ty. Oregon. '
n
t aims as fhpv J
WLier Paint in cfes
and makes reason
able charges.
Consult him about
Phone Red 971 n Sit (tnnr ..
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FIRST ANNUAL
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.Fair
at COVE, ORE., JULY 19th
"Come where the Luscious Cherry Grows" f
Great Fruit Display
Sports of all kinds
p l-lv , Base Bal1 Game
Lxhibition of Fancy Shooting
8 Excursion on Central RailmnJ