La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959, August 24, 1906, Image 5

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I'GbASSIflcB ads
Rate One cent a word, one-half a
tio, Classified add. bnng qS
FURNISHED
FRONT ROOM-Phor.e
lack 612
MONEY For want on city property see
Wm. Grant' agency. Also real estate
' and insurance.
FOR RELIABLE ABSTRACTS OF
TITLES jo to the La Grande Invest
ment Company, La Grande Ore., in
Foley building.
FOR SALE OR TRADE Two acres in
Honan's addition, nioery improved, large
roomy house, good water. Will trade
A Cary.
EAL ESTATE LOANS Any amount.
on city and country real estate. Lnn.
closed promptly, as soon as title is ap
proved. La Grande Investment com
pany, FURNISHED ROOMS-Aonly to Mr, o
Ralston, on Washington Avenue.
WANTED Two men to take contract to
cut from three to five hundred cords of
wood. Inquire at this office.
HOUSEHOLD GOODS FOR SALE In
Mrs. Patcy's modern cottase. Also thi
cottage for rent Inquire J.F. Williams
corner Greenwood Street and Adams
Avenue .
FOR RENT-A seven room house for
rent Inquire of Mrs. S. C. Zuber.
WANTED-rTo rent a house with 12 or
1 4 rooms, furnished, suitable for a priv
ate boarding house. Mrs. Grace Barrib
"J. J M,aLUSIK'S SPfOFK UNIMENT"
A New Remedy. Sold by all Druggist
Give it a trial.
NOTICE Of ADMtNIST&AIOtrS SALE
Notice is hereby given, that by virtue of
an order made by the Hon. J. C. Henry,
County Judge for Union county, state of
Oregon, on the 10th day of July, 1906,
VJie undersigned, will, afte the 25th day
Of August, 1 906, sell, at private sale to
the highest bidder for cash, the following
described real property, belonging to the
state of D. B. May, deceased, towit:
All of lots numbered one and twenty
six, in block fojr.of Predmore's Addition
to the town of La Grande. Union county,
'State of Oregon, being in said city of La
iGrande, Oregon.
Dated at La Grande, Oregon, July 11,
1906, B. T. May,
.Administrator estate D. B. May, deceased.
h OfE FARE TOR ROUND TRIP
The National Irrigation Congress will
be held at Boise, Idaho. Sept. 3 to 8.
The 0. R. & N. Co. will sell tickets at
the rate of one fare for the round trip,
children half sate. Selling dates on Sept.
1 and 2.. Continuous passage from date
of sale until final return limit. Stopover
priviletss will be granted for return trip
within the final limit.
Bricl-
'irnishtd in any quant.ty or any
Na contract too snail or to
style,
largo
bricl
Se samples f our pressed
GEO. KREIGER.
L: GranJc National Bank
ESTABLISHED 8 8?
United States Depositary
ilStrrk Mirolu- and undivided profits $160,000 00
CF-:;3RS AND DIRECTORS
3E PAi Pi--;;-rt. J, M. BERRY, Vice President.
v. !.. MEYERS, Cashier.
v. L. BRENHOLTS, Assistant Cashier.
CK ' iGE L CLEAVF.R. F. M. BYRKIT. A. B. CONLEY."
C.C. -.NINiiT, N, F. J. HOLMES.
tV ' ?ral b i ng bjViness, Drafts drawn on all
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FOR SALE A one and one half story
house three lots.' We!! and city water.
Good location on Monroe street
Inquire at this office.
WOOD WOOD WOOD-Part.es desiring
to tag age their winter supply of wood
will please leave their order at Mr.
Polock's grocery store. 1 have 600 cords
of good dry cord wood and of any kind.
Respectfully
J. Anthony.
FOR SALE Pure Bred shops'hrrt Buck
Poplar Grove Stock Farm.
J. E. Reynolds Prof.
La Grande R. F. D.. No. 2
WANTED Fresh milch cow, part or all
Jersey preferred. Must be a first class
cow. For particulars call at this
office.
FOR SALE Wond w rnmrrl
fit in first class condition.
John Allen
Cor. Valley and Osborn Sts.
FOR SALE Furniture complete for four
room house. In good condition, nearly
new. Inquire at 1605 Seventh Street
Phone Black 1122.
(ALL TOR BIDS
The rtecorder of the city of La Grande
Oregom will receive bids up to October
3, 1 906, at four o'clock of ssid day for the
grading and graveling of Sixth Street
from its intersection, with Washington
Avenue to I Street as per specifications
to be seen at the Recorder's office, said
bid to be accompanied by a certified check
t3 be equal to ten per cent of the contract
price. The right reserved to reiect anv
and all bids.
Dated this 17th day of August 1906.
. C. S. Dunn,
Chairman of street committee
BIDS WANTED
Notice is here by given that the under
surned will receive sealed bids ud to and
including August 29 for removing 8,000 to
10,000 cubicyards of sand and gravel
We reservethe right to reject any and
all bids. For further particulars inquire
at the ottice of the.
George Parlmer Lumber Company
La Grande National Bank Bldg.
La Grande Oregon,
THIS fOR MINE EVERT TIME
No more a muddledbrain for mine
I'll call for soda every time
Quench my thirst to my heart's content.
bave cash for clothes as well as rent
Treat my wife and children too .
Smile" with them, and "smile" with you.
All the popular drinks at Hill's soda
fountain.
LA GRANDE SCHOOL
OF MUSIC
FRCF. DAY. PRINCIPAL.
MRS. DAY, ASSISTANT.
This is one of the best musical in
institutions in the state, and that
people in this city and valley are
byimnng todiscover the advantage
of this school. The system is the
latest and most practical, rtnd in
cludes all the latest discoveries in
the art of teaching-' music. The
school is divided into two depart
ments; No. 1 is for beginners from
5 years or more and are taught
the first three grades. Pupils come
one hour each day. This is no kin
dergarten system but far superior.
In No. 2 the grades are from 3 to
15. Here they graduate. ' Pupils
take one or two lessons a week as
they desire. No scholars will be
permitted to remain in this school
who do not study.
Opposite the Foley House over
the candy store. Phone. 473.
THEN AND N0V
W all know the tvDewriter h mi
to stay. We discovered that long ago.
it it only a question which tj pewriter, for
the word it well and truly used in the
singular tense.
The typewriter that has come to stay is
not the one of ten years back, when in
novation caused such a stir in business
circles. Then nobody ever thought of as
sociating the word "alignment" with a
typewriter; it satisfied the user to long as
the machine would write some fashion nr
qther, and with constant break-downs
ever-present repair bills were paid smil
ingly. Bjt things ara diffrnt nnu
Time tests all things. The business man
nat oecome wise. He wants what he
pays for. He has learned the value (from
dearly-bought experience) of a machine
which will write properly, not only the
day it is bought but nm.h.ll
He also wants to be satisfied upon thepi
peculiarities of the many machines now
before the public. The individual claims
of our product places its position beyond
all question, and the few particulars we
give on the following paget will, no doubt
be found cf interest to those buyers who
-want what they pay for"
ABOUT THE OLIVER .
The No. 3 Model, which has secured
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markets, constitutes what is reckoned at
the most perfect typewriter possible.
WHY?
Here is our answer
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At our store this week Professor Becker, the great majestic chef, will give
free exhibitions of cooking with the great majestic family range. Professor
Becker is one of the world's famous chefs, and is the author of the Great
THURSDAY, FRIDAY
, On Friday afternoon between the
hours of 2 and 4 o'clock, Professor Becker will make a large cake, 20 inches
square and 6 inches high. The cake will be placed beneath a beard upon
which 20 ladies are requested to stand. The cake, like truth, crushed to
earth, will rise again, as light and delicious as before it endured the trying
ordeal. The Great Majestic is the one perfect range. It is not built of
"talking points;" it considts of tested practical features. It is a fact, not a
theory. It has been weighed and found not wanting; tested and found fault
MRS. T. N.
CHIMAWARE, CUT GLASS, HARDWARE, CROCKERY,
IT WRITES IN SIGHT
There it no carriage to lift; no eon
structional parts to peer over. Your
work it there right before you,
ALIGNMENT
Each type-bar it a double or U-shaped
one and the alignment it tecured thereby.
No slots or so-called "guides" are neces
sary to preserve the alignment of the
Oliver. The U-shaped type-bar does it.
SIMPLICITY
In the construction of the Oliver less
than one-half the usual number of parts
it employed, consequently what than !
to learn is learnt quickly.,
MANIFOLDING
The freedom of the Oliver type-bar
permits of any desired force, so that In
heavy manifolding equally good results
are obta'ned first to last copy.
From one to twenty copies can be
made simultaneously, without materially
increased exertion.
STENCILING
No extra-heavy touch is needed to cut
a perfect stencil on the Oliver. Th or
dinary touch is sufficient, therefore all
risk of "cutting out" is avoided. The type
of the Oliver cut the finest stencilt pos-
sioie.
OPERATION :
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is a pleasure, even when used without
intermission. Its 'touch it beautifully
elastic and most responsive. The fastest
operator cannot overtake its speed.
CHANGE
TO SEE PROF. BECKER, THE
The Wonderful
aepencj on a
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MAJESTIC RANGE
because it is made right and of th riht material Malleable
and SATURDAY, AUGUST 23, 24, and 25, Mwei 2 and 5 p. m.
CORNER ADAMS AVENUE AND DEPOT STREET
NON-LOCKING TYPE-BARS
The type-bars of the Oliver cannot lock,
no matter how many keyt be depressed
at one time.
TYPE CLEANING
The type of the Oliver are not as with
other machines, cleaned individually, but
collectively, and the case with which this
cleaning in done makes excuse for ditty
type imp ssible.
LINE RULING
Lines, either vertical or horizontal and
in any color, may be ruled upon paper
whilst it it in the machine, and without
the aid of a ruler. Ordinarily, any neces
sary ruling is left, of course, until it can
be done in the usual way, but it usually
forgotten.
REMOVABLE CARRIAGE
The carriage is removed from the ma
chme(for cleaning and other purposes)
instantly, without manual interferences
with any fastenings whatever, and is lust
at eatily replaced.
PAPER RELEASE
By a tingle movement absolute freedom
is given to the paper, leaving it to be
either straightened or otherwise moved
in any desired position. No force is nec
essary, consequently no toiling or tearing,
of the paper occurs, .
CARD WORK
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stiffest and stoutest card as easily as a
single sheet of paper.
A WORD ON INVOICING
If there is anything which demonstrates
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GREAT MAJESTIC CLEF, AND
Walking Cake
Majestic cook boo. He makes ar.d ex'
of pastry. Recipes given far the asking.
less; tried by time, used for years w,n
good in every way. It has been pruv. ;
pie. The Great Majestic is the mast;
equaled, the range by wnich all oths
petitors, and which :s more largely u s
other ranges combined. Cooking
Majestic lunches and cooking lecture
MURPKY
SP0RTIVG GOODS, SASI.
to the full the value of the Oliver for tab
ular work, it it Invoicing. To those user
of hidden-writing machir.es who attempt
to satisfactorily prepare Invoices thereon,
the futility of such a task must surely be
apparent. Mechanical contrivances
(known as "tabulators") have been de
vised, it is true, to assist them, but so
much time is lost in "setting" the mech
anism, to which must be added the con
stant raising of the carriage (occasioned
by the operator's lack of confidence it the
tabulator), that the invoice could very well
be wntte'S by hand in half the time. Fur
thermore, tabulators on other than Oliver
typewriters, interfere very seriously with
vital parts of the typewriter itself, render.
ingit very unreliable for ordinary use.
The Oliver is the ideal machine for in
voicing. With its visible writing, per
manent printing point, indicator and per
fect release key, margins are instantly
found and maintained all with greatest
simplicity. No tabulator necessary on
the Oliver, but, if one it wanted, we tup
ply the best tabulator made. Bear in
mind, however, that we save extra cost
and give better results.
Again, with the wonderful manifolding
power of the Oliver, it will make as man
copies of an invoice at required, and every
copy clear and distinct.
The use of an Oliver for invoicing in
sures ' ' ,.'
Speed, legibility, efficiency, economy,
neatness and regularity.
The Oliver is elrftnriv drmd Kv r,m -
of the largest business houses for invoicing
as well as correspondence purposes, fur
ther particulars of which we shall be
pleased to furnish on application. ''
Newlih Druo Company, Agents.'
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and Charcoal Iron.
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:'. satisfaction and has made
.'ie bt'st by the American po
range construction. It is lu,-
id, which his no real wom
.irr.de and vicinity than all
begins Thursday ami frt
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