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LA GRANDE EVENING OBSERVER. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1911.
iiiifr4't444M wind happens to blow.
.4. have an entirely new 1
' & 3 $
ow ii eaellf sgivna
The rotarles .a,-
feature in that TO the TnTmn
trey work independently of each oth- I hereby announce to the vntor.
er; one can ne reversed ana tne otner A , . l"ai am a candi-
sen aneaa, aepenaing upon t'ae con-
QIVE THANKS in a
Collegian suit or over
coat; We are showing
hundreds of the newest
styles in Adler's Collegian
Clothes, recognized as the
most stylish garment on
the market ... Collegian
Clothes are made for men
of all ages ... Prices range
from $15.00 to $30.00.
This is the only Col
legian Clothes shop
dition f the snow blockade. One
track can be cleared and increased pow
;er put on to eitner of the rotarles as
jjthe conditions demand. The sn .-w
?.can be thrown all on one Bide or :U1
on the other, or equally distributed
j and the flues can be used or not as
There is a superimposed cab where
the operator aits and watches th ait
; nation ahead and the work of the
plow, and he signals the engineer or
the man operating the rotarles Just
below what to do.
A number of operating officials and
motive power men have become Inter-
; ested In the Invention and tave told
Mr. Ferguson that they believe it will
supplant any of the present types of
snow plows now in use.
v ujilm inr pn or rw .
a " . t !"'.. Jiiy work- Sk
- as an omcicl in the past is tiy
recommendation and I will iS I
Jpreciate any and all support g.vTa
Let us show you theSpecial Features these suits and overcoats possess
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Complete Equipment tor Resetting ann Repairing
Rubber Buggy Tires
LA GRANDE IRON WORKS
D. FITZGERALD, Proprietor ;
CGMPLmiMCHM SHOPS ' AtiBtiifoi'Y
Clothiers and Furnishers
ANSWERS THE CALL.
(La Grande People llaro round That
. This Is True. . '
A cold, a strain, a sudden wrench.
A little cause may hurt the kidneys.
Spells of. backache often follow.
Or some Irregularity of the urine.
A splendid remedy for Buch attacks.
A medicine that has cured thous-
I ands. "' ,
Is Doan's Kidney Pills.'
Thousands of people rely upon it.
Here is one case:
Mrs. Joseph Eustlce, 2703 Fourth
St., Baker City, Oregon, says: "We
ihave used Doan's Kidney Pills in our
f family off and on for the past several
for the cure of kidney complaint
Doan's Kidney Pills did me more good
( than all the doctors' medicine and
' Other remedies that hail nrctvlnnelv
i ' been tried, bringing prompt and lasi
5 ing relief from backache and other
j distressing symptoms of kidney com
f . plaint." '
1 1 For sale by all dealers. Price 50
Foster-Milburn Co., New York, bjIq
agents for the United States.
Remember, the name Doan's and
take no other.
J. H. Rirlardson E.S. Gven$
E. S. Givens
Rear La Grande Nat'l Bank
High Class Invest
ments and Securities
I II I IT HI J Ml m...
Big Redaction Sale
on all Hair Goods
i'OLLECTlo'NS THIS YEAR BEACH
Delliincnclps Less This Year Than
Last, Though Charges Are Larger.
60 TO RAILROADS G WAN TED A a11 lru8gI8t8
would have fallen on any one who
attacked the son of Peter Bondy, of
South Rockwood, Mich., but he was
powerless before attacks of kidney
trouble. "Doctors could, not help
alui," ha wrote, "to at last W4
him Electric Bitters and ha tmprovad
wonderfully from takihg six bottles.
It's the best kidney medicine I ever
t saw." Backache, tin?d feeling, ner
vousness, loss of appetite, iwrn of
I kidney trouble that may end in drop
sy, aiaDeiec or Briehta d seasn Hp.
wane: Take Electric Blttera anrt hp
safe. Every bottle truarantoed. ROp nt.
?20.00 switches, now ...-.S19.50
. S.C0 switches now .... 6.00
p 6.00 switches now .... 3.50
I Sales lasting until Nov. 25th.
Switches Made of Combing.
3 stran switches ........ . f 2.o6
' 2 stran switches 1.50
p 1 stran switches ......... 1.00
I PARIS HAIR STORE,
i Mrs. 1'nlmer. Sole Proiu
Consult him before letting your sidewalk
Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Ruberoid
Roofing, Sash Doors, etc.
George Palmer Lumber Co.
Three hundred five thousand, six
hundred thirty-one dollars and forty
six cents represents the sum total of
money handled by the tax collecting
department of the sheriff's office in
Union county for 1910. J Comparative
tables using the figures of 1909 and of
1910 have been compiled' by ; Deputy
Saeriff CUP.,NewIln, in charge of, the
Government Issues Putent
J ''It is a pleasure to tell you that j
I have ever
1 host nl1B'h mprllpino
used," writes Mrs Hugh Campbell, of!
I all mv children nfirt thn rpsntf have1
Ferguson, proprietor of the ' h1T, mBhiv ntifnntnrv vnr i U3S
Phone Main 6
house of this liLJllLilill
city, has Just received a patent from i
the government on a rotary show
plow which soon Is to be given a test
by railway motive power men who
have carefully Inspected the model
and believa It prove a great boon
''i'AA.AA R, & & A , A A b Q S
CHARGES PEETAIMNG TO UNION. CAV&TT'S TAX COLLECTION
FOR 1909 AND FOR 11.
$ Charges , Tear
1909.,, ' '
$-OTlginal tax charged ;......,.;$296,199.18 l
Sheriffs' assessments made ...... 376.62
S Penalty and Interest charged. . 1,016.84
4- Error In assessment 22.71 ' '
Over Collections .18
Collections .... ............. .$283,340.29
Rebates allowed 6,183.38
-S Errors & Doublo assessments 452.25
Taxes delinquent 7,639.61
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' ' . 7,526.28 -
k k fc S
I 1 t
ir your eyes give yo trou
ble hare them examined and
properly fitted with glasses
by a reliable optometrist and
the onlv ittnnrtRnr Miin.t. '
ClDftTUE' VKRYPTOK i ontometrlnf In 1Tnln ...
( The most modern methods only used.
If yon have trouble glasses will not correct you will be told the prop
er course to pursue. .
I make a specialty of fitting glasses. W. M. Peare, graduate Northern
lllinoU College of Opthamology, Chicago, with
j J. H. PEARE, & SON. i
t U Orande'a leading Jewelers and optometrists. OnnftBitn n
V oflloe. Broken lensea rtnlicM I
S leasee. e arma our own
department. To the total $303,363.62
that reiresent the original tax charge
for 1910, must be added four items
as eh.own in ho charge section of the
table attached, bringing the total sum
to the figure first named. The col
lections are $9,000 more for .1910 than
for 1909 but other items entering In
on the credit side bring the delin
quent list up to about $100 less than
tl was In 1909. ;
These figures were ascertained this
in mountain railroading during snow
The two big rotary wheels operate
on a set of smaller ball-bearing
wheels which increase their power
and prevent friction, explains a Port
land paper. The larger wheels or
rotarles run flush with the walls of
the plow asd are slightly capped 'over
the outside, leaving nothln
the outside except the big steel fans
wctm, luuowing me completion of! am
credits to belated delinquents who by0r shove,s- The ues behind the ro
....... . I tarle ar flush vith .ham a.
amg lamr penaiiies were reinstat
ed In the good graces of the tax de
partment. The table above Is Interesting and
should be digested by tux payers.
Don't waste your, money buying
strengthening pasters. Cbambelatn"s
Liniment Is cheaper and better. Dam
pen a piece of flannel with it ini
Disa t over tha affertpii norto i.
will relieve the nuln nni tryr.m
tarles are flush with them and made
round and are backed by a set of pow
erful steel fans or blowers.
The nose or point of the plow Is
equipped with a set of double augurs
or screws running In opposite direc
tions, disintegrating the snow and
throwing It Into the path of the large
rotarles, leaving nothing hard to Jm
rHe the Velocity of the wheels. The
jtluocaps are set on ball bears and
ean be t"rned in any direction the
I HATE 2S NEW DRESSERS IN
SOLID OAK. MADE IN NINE DIF
FERENT STYLES THAT MUST GO
DURING OCTOBER i
$15.50 Solid Oak Dresser
$16.50 Solid Oak Dresser
$17.50 Solid Oak Dresser
$19.00 Solid Oak Princess
$20.00 Solid Oak Princess'
.24.00 Solid Oak Princess
BIGGEST SNAP TOU ETER SAW.
Want Your Heat
WANT TO TRADE IT ON A TERI
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WILL DO THIS AND CITE TOU A
FOR A YERfT LOW PRICE.
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COMPLETE HOUSE FURNISHER.