Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 10, 1906)
m hi ii Mji
Rates-One cent, word, one-half a cent a word each subsequent
tion. Classified adds bring quick results. Try one today.
GIRLS WANTED Two girl wanted to
1 laarn printer's trade. Pe.-manent posi-
tion. Apply at Observer
MONEY For loans on city property tee
Wm. Grant's agency. Also real estate
;. FOR RELIABLE
TITLES go to the
La Grande Invest
La Grande Ore., in
FOR SALE 200 acres timber land, three
miles west of La Grande. Good timber
for cord wood, ties or telegraph poles.
Address H. C. Stoddard, Medford, Ore
gon. FARM FOR RENT-500 acres well
improved, 3 miles from Island City.
Cash rent None but reliable parties
need apply. Inquire at Adcocks &
Fritz furniture store. La Grande.
frUK bALb Well mated diving team,
Hambletonian mares, 6 and 8 years
old, dark brown, sound and gentle, also
' nearly new buggy and harness,$300.00
Inquire at this office.
REAL ESTATE LOANS Any amounts
on city and country real estate. Loans
closed promptly, as soon as title is ap
proved. La Grande Investment company.
AGENTS-Canvassers, mixers, peddlers,
solicitors, mail order people, etc.
shouid buy Kramer's book of trade se
crets. Regular price $S, but balance
or last edition for $1.25 as long as
they last, GuaTanteed. Order quick
Sioux Pub. Co., Sutherland, Iowa.
"OR SALE-Eight acres, six room house
barn, place for chickens or hogs, all
f kinds of fruit and plenty of water, Locat
t ed east of flouring mill. Apply at
: premises or dddress, John Gavan, La
i FOR SALE Five room house and one
lot, on Third Street, Grandy's Addition.
;. A good barn. A bargain for the one
0 who acts first. Inquire of H. P. Lewis
at corner Srd and D Streets, or of
: Lewis Bros.
FOR RENT A nice front room, suitable
for two young men or a man and wife
One block from Adams avenue. Phone
black 1681 or cull at corner Greenwood
SITUATION WANTED-Japanese boy
wants any kind of work in this town
P. 0. Box 236.
FOR RENT To family withoutany small
children, a six room house with modern
improvements centrally located corner
8th and 0 street.
BOARD AND ROOM
Having just leased the Mrs. Ladd house
on Fourth street, I announce that I am
now prepared to furnish board and room or
board only. I personally superintend
the cooking, satisfaction guaranteed.
Mrs. John Wood,
1614. Fourth St.
Phone Red 1461
One of the splendid results of physical
beautifying is it's tendency to create an
! ambition to be beautiful in every way.
When a woman gets a good start by
? taking Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea
i she is all right. Tea or Tab'ets, 32 cents
fjAfcin Drug Co.
FARM TO RENT-600 acres, well im
proved, near La Grande. Address
Mrs. E. Androes, 761 Commercial St.
STOLEN From my place five miles
north of Union, one bay saddle and
buggy horse about 8 years old weighs
about 1 1 hundred has a little white
where the back band works. Branded
on left shoulder in shape of rocking
chair the brand is dim now. He is in
clined to be lame in left shoulder. He
was taken about the 1 Oth. of Novem
ber. I will give fifty dollars for infor
mation that w.ll lead to the conviction
of the thief. John Boyd. Union.
HELP WANTED Dining room girl
wanted at once. Experiences unnec
essary. Good wages. Blue Mountain
FOR SALE Furniture for sale and house
for rent. A bargain if taken at onoe
Mrs. S. C. Zuber.
Maude Fealy, the youngest dramatic
star on the American stage and who was
the leading woman of Sir Henry Irving,
while still in her teens, has won her
most pronounced success in Martha Mor
ton's latest comedy, "The llusion of Bea
trice" in which she will be seen at Ste
ward's Opera House, Tuesday Dec. 11.
When Maude Fealy was but eighteen
years of age, she was selected by Sir
Henry Irving to become his leading
woman in London. The old world critics
stood agast when they heard the news.
The announcement that a young Ameri
can girl was to succ.ed that populrr idol,
Ellen Teery, aroused almost a storm of
indignation among playgoers and the press
of London. But Sir Henry Irving only
smiled and asked every one to wait.
When Maude Fealy first appeared with
Sir Henry Irving, her reception was a
cold one but ere the first act was over.
she had stirred that London audience to
its depth, while before the last act of the
play, the young American actress was
showered with flo 'ers by tne occupants
of boxes and stalls and the "pit" and gal-
ery yelled their approval. Maude Fealy
captured London's approval in a single
night. Her remarkable girlish person
ality and charming ways are shown to.
particular advantage in "The Illusion of
Beatrice", which New York cities de
clare toibe the cleverest work from the
pen of the noted dramatist, Martha Mor
A TREAT FOR ALL
Mrs. Reed and Mr. Alexander's recita
is within the comprehension of all. The
contralto delivers renditions, that are
classical and will be a treat to the listen
ers, who have a cultivated musical ear.
Then too, she sings selections that can be
understood by the most musically iliterate
The objection has frequently been made
that it will be "Too deep." . Such is not
the case, as the recital will be arranged
in such a way that all can realize an
ON SALE MONDAY
On Monday morning, December 10, the
tickets will be on sale at Van Burets, $ 1
OSTEOPATHY ARD ANATOMY
The Osteopath is obliged to be a good
anatomist He cannot practice Osteo
pathy at all unless he is. He is the fellow,
who, when a patient preten's himself,
goes to work to find out exactly what
the trouble is. He looks upon a man as
an anatomical structure consisting of a
fiamework of bones, a network of nerves,
a tangle of muscles, a web of lymphatic
ducts, a complication of ligaments, blood
vessels and viscera. To untangle and
lacate all the mulifariotis organs and
tissuee ip his business.
He goes to work to heal the sick man
much the same ae an engineer would fix
bis locomotive. He finds nerve crossed
or stretched. He finds the muscles tense
or strained. He finds bones dislocated.
or partly dislocated. He finds cartilages
misplaced. He finds a thousand that an
average physician would never discover,
never dream of. Hence it ie that the
Osteopath must necessarily be a good
' As a rule, these doctors carry the study
of anatomy much further than the allo
path, the electric or the homoaath. Even
the most experienced surgeon knows
nothing of anatomy in comparison with
the educated Osteopath. Medical Talk.
WANTED Furnished rooms suitable for
light housekeeping or pleasant furnished
room in private house. Must be close
to business part of city. Phone Main 78
A. B. Cherry.
J. HI vl
Pride of Grande Ronde
The product of the Imbler flouring mill situated in the very heart of the
best wheat land in Grande Ronde valley, consequently the best flour. A trial
will convince you of its superority.
Insist on having your order filled with Jis brand or the "Patent" from this
same mill. " ' ' '
For sale by all first class deahrs. Don't submit to any substitution.
Pride of Grande Ronde
PRETTY YARS, NEW RIBBONS
WOODEN KNITTING PINS.
BONE CROCHET NEEDLES
HOLIDAY GOODS OF ALL
FOR RENT New five room house and
bath, located on 4 etrfet near Com-
. mercial Club. Rent $17 per month
with waer. Inquire Miss Maggie
Mahaffey. 902 Fourth St.
s the hardest day in the ;year on your
wife. After looking after the dinner and
other meals she is too tired to get any
anlovment out of the holiday. Why not
give her a chance?
EAT YOUR DINNER HERE
It certainly will be as well 'cooked and
served as any you could get at home. . It
will save your wife a lot of trouble and
worry. It will save you considerable
money, too. Try it this year, anyway.
The Model Restaurant
J. A ARBUCKLE. Prop.
Meal Ttckrls fur
h. JYL. wellman 6L company:
ADAMS 'AVENUE . 2
MMMMttftttMf ttttttlt . re .
"LA GRANDE SUGAR"
None Better. None Purer.
Use La Grande Sugar and
Ui m Other
Buy your Christmas goods of us
Jj T i m e
Have us do your Repair work
The Ncu Jeuelcr and Optician
Is the Place
Opposite Bohncnkomp's Hardware
What makes a more handsome Christmas present than a nice piece of good jewelry
.... c O Elgin, Waltham. South Bend, at
WATCHES prices from $5.25 to $27-00.
LAWESATGH E S at from $7-00 to $23.00
GENTS' CHAINS ZR!
fcw tr -
RING S Solld e'd set rines atfrom '5 10
BAND RINGS sold by weight
and gold filled brooches.
DDHflPHFC $500.00 worth of solid gold
Fobs, Double Vest Chains, Stick Pins, Neck
Chains, Lockets, Crosses, Culf Buttons,
Hat Pins. The Largest Selection in Town.
Clocks, Silverware, and Cut Glass.
t Everything we sell is guaranteed and is stamped with the factory mark
Evcrythjng marked so you can read the price as well as we can. We treat all alike j