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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 14, 1907)
Dry Family Washing
We wash, starch and dry your clothes and iron all the fat pieces for you. After we return them, you
simply dampen and iron the underwear and few fancy starched pieces.
No Shirts, Collars, Cuffs, Vests, Overalls or
Jumpers done in this department.
No bundle of Rough Dry done for less than SOc
IT IS OUR AI
You pay from $1.00 to $1.50 to a washerwoman
who only rids you of the work not of the mess
and bother of "Blue Monday." Let us rid you of
all of It.
TO ELIMINATE from the home, the one day of the week
which brings great discomfort to the whole family house
Tn Relieve Her. whose dutv it is to wash, from the
back breaking labor which home washing always brings. To Save, to our customers the expense of coal, soap, blueing snd steam about the house, which causes great
damage to lace curtains, wall paper and furnitute. To Prevent Illness, which often results from a damp atmosphere. To help you in your servant girl problem-you. can
retain the pne you now have, or secure another without trouble, if you mention that she is not to wash. .
Open for Business Soon,
The price for which we are to do this work does not allow for credit. Pay each week if possible upon the delivery of the bundle. Please remember that our machinery is
new, our help has to be organized and it may b6 two or three weeks before everythingis in good running order. Do not expect too much of us at the start. We are here to
do a square business and treat our patrons right. Mis
takes WILL happen; something may be lost. If so. we
will settle with you in a satisfactory manner. Send or
Rough Dry Department lists are White.
Our regular laundry lists are Yellow
Laundry Phone, Main 78.
Uptown Office, Red 321
phone us your address and our driver will call and explain our method of doing whshing, give prices, etc. Believing that an up-town office would prove a great conven
ience to our patrons, we have established an office at Anderson & Myers' Barber Shop. Washing left with them will be delivered there promptly. They are also author
ized to collect and rec.ipt bills for the Laundry.
A. C. Cherry, President
I. M. C.xrry. Scc. Trcas.
A. B. CHERRY
, .4 :., .. -
free .Oregon State Lands
Vc are entitled to 20,40, CO
m orlGOacics FRf:t
nirp.y pay for the cost of irrigation, which
I COO per acre, payab'e one-fourth cash,
ecuat annual payments.
Titie direct from the STATE OF OREGON.
This lar.d is goinj fast; Co not delay; call or
write ted ay.
Join the Ixcursiiiii to Redmond, Oregon,
iju. 22. 10O7. Fare and One tliirtl $11.60
for the Round Trip to Sluniko, Oregon to see
the f ree State Lanls, which we have been
There will be a large crowd go from La Grande,
leave your name with The taslern Oregon
Cognizing Company, Foley Block, La Grande
Oregon, as early as possible and secure the
If one wants a nelacdrama that is the
"real thing" he should stu "Nettie, The
Newsgir!" wiiich started a three nights'
epc.verntnt at tne Grand last evening.
The p -iy is well constructed, filled with
strarge situations lhat make one "sit up
and tdk? notice." while the comedy
throughout the entiru p.ice is clem
wholesome and giod. Scenically, the play
is one ii the best the- Gr::nd has offered
this seasrn ard the company pressenting
it is fui y up t i the s.'. mdard of DODular
priced attractions, especially good being
the work of Miss Isabell Lowe, in the title
role of Nettie. The play will finish the
week at the Grand with a family matinee
for the ladies on Saturday afternoon.
Salt Lake Herald.
Judge Thomas O. Hailey, whon he re
' j lires fro"n the sjprem.: bunch in a few
! days, will move to Per land, wnere he
, I will enter into pjrtncrs'i ? with the law
j firm of Chamberlain & Trijinas, cf which
i Governor Chamberlain is the senior part
ner. The new firm .will be known as
Chamberlain. Thomas & Hj.'!ey."
Judje Hailey wil; remain in Stilem for
a part of the legislative s;ssicn. -and will
then go to Pendleton, wnero he will close
up his business interests preparatory to
moving to Portland to reside. He wil!
still maintain a branch ol'ilca, at Pendleton.
iE$K:R, OREGON COLONIZING CO.
i-'e'ey Block La Grande, Oregon
uv- lilt :;
TV-. fV I
good rooo ;
Good Service I
are points of merit
tnat belong to our
djn't go away hnn
gry. and what you
get builds you up
and don't cause
are two things "to
one ever complains
of. and that is our
food and our prices
I HI. K STAUrtAT
J. A. AtiiUlLIo ,;:oprietor
The Lyle Tuesday Musieale meets to
morrow afternoon at two thirty o'clock in
the parlors of the Commercial Club.
A post card addressed to the county
clerk of Union county, reads as follows
Dear Sir; In 1889, my son. Frank
Loughran. went to the Pacific Coast, and
it is thought he sought your locality. He
is now S5; was a stenographer and type
writer. I will give $50 for any informa'
tion regarding him.
Kindly give my inquiry such
publicity as you can and oblige.
Bureau of Pensions,
Washington D. C
HOW TO AVUID PNEUMONIA
We have never heard of a single in
stance of a cold resulting in pneumonia or
other lung trouble when Foley's Honey
and Tar has been taken. It not only stops
the cough but heals and strengthens the
lungs. Ask for Foley's Honey and Tar
and refuse anv substitute offered. Dr. C.
J. Bishop of Agnew, Mich., writes: "i
have used Foley's Honey and Tar in three
very severe cases of pneumonia with good
results in every case."
H. A. Stanie's :
IN (i HURRY?
THE TRANSFER MAN
At will take that trunk to the De
pot or your home in less time than i
lakes to tell it.
Day phene Red 76 1
Night " Black 1792
Wagon always at youi service
Miss N'na Huntock wishes toannourco
o the ladies of La Grande that she t
prepared to take cro'ers and give lesser 5
in both water colors and china paintrj;.
Slud.o at 905 Main St.
FOR SALE Fine Jfirsej irilchcow. Ap
ply to H. S. Cavana.
I1GW TO CURE (till MAINS
"To enjoy freedom f.om chilblains",,
writer-John Kemp. East OlisTield. Me..
"I apply Buckltn's Arnic Sivo. Havs
also used it for salt rheuip ith excellent
results". Guaranteed tocure fovsr sores,
indolmit ulcers, piles, burns, wounds, frost
bites and skin diseases.
3 rug store.
J 0. H. STEWARD. Proprietor and Manager. . J
TUESDAY, JANUARY 15:
GOUID AND FREED present their big
A splendid Company, headed by
MISS ISABELLE LOWE
Scenic Investiture unsurpassed
Every act carried in its entirety I
4 BIG SPECIALTIES
PRICES: Orchestra and Orchestra Circle 75o
Gallery 25c and 60c
Dress Circle 60c
Pride of Grande Ronde
The product of the lmbler 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 fiiled with '.his brand or the "Patent" from this
For sale by all first class dealers. Don't submit to any substitution.
! Pride of Grande Ronde