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OBSERVER. LA GRANDE, OREGON. FRIDAY. MARCH 10, 1MB.
Now in Stock
The Wealthy The Particular
The Poor ,' X
will be happy in the use of that new light the
DAVIS-JORDAN MUSIC CO.
have in their store. Burns the gas your coal oil lamp
lets escape. Gall tonight and se it
Formal Announcement. ;
Washington, D. C.. If arch 1. 'OS.
Tour commlMion as United States
district attorney was forwarded today.
You may qualify at once.
Lata Thursday afternoon the above
message was received by John McCourt
and It was the first official lnforma
in he had received to the effect that
he waa confirmed aa United States
district attorney ' for Oregon, says a
Pendleton paper, .'.
Now that he has been agreed upon
by the delegation, nominated by the
president, favorably reported by the
committee, confirmed by the senate
and notified to qualify for the office.
Mr. McCourt feels that the district
attorneyship W his and he Is making
active arrangements to commence up
on his duties.
According to Mr. McCourt he will
leave for Portland Saturday or Sun
day, and when' he goes he will take
his family with him so that no fur
ther trips back and forth will ' be
necessary. He will give up hts home
here and has already received offers
from several - would-be purchasers.
But while he will live In Portland the
new district attorney will still keep tils
residence In thia city. While having
his future home and headquarters In
Portland he will be "from Pendleton"
for some time to come, at least.
The si!:rr ' t TTnltea States
district attorney for Oregon to $4500
per annub aad the government pays
all the office and ether expenses con
nected with the poet.
" li i rims Plant.' " -v
D. Fltsgerald, proprietor of the La
Grande Iron works, of this city, has
a force of men at work this morning
building an addition to hie plant. The
new room will occupy a ground ppace
18x14, and will be covered with cor
rugated steel. It will be used as a
store house for a carload of Iron and
blacksmith coal which will arrive In a
Treasurer's Call lor City Warrants.
Notice Is hereby given that there
are now funds on hand to pay all
outstanding warrants issued on Gen
eral fund of La Grande city, up to
and Including No. S503, endorsed Oc
tober 8, H0,
Interest on all warrants on General
fund from No. .(378 to No. (503, in
clusive, ceases from this date.
La Grande, Ore., March 10, 1908.
J. K. WRIGHT.
We Want Your Wants
Our Want Ad Column
Your want is placed before a thousand or more want-seekers
ever day Can you afford to spend one cant per word of jour
want ad waa. results are the keynotes? ,
as 8 s
HAY, GRAIN, WOOD
We have in stcck a lot of fine timothy, wild, grain and
alfalfa hay, bought before the price advanced. We are
selling this hay at low price, quality guaranteed.
We'buy and sell oats, barley and mill stuff of jail kinds.
We'll sell flour at lower price than others. Try us.
We are closing out our wood business. Have about
1 00 cords left. Get some at a reduced price before ' it
is all gone.
THE REAL ESTATE, LOAN
AND COMMISSION CO.
7i jti riiitt'inniii rttt v
Is what we want. We don't
call on you one week for it and
tell you the next we cannot do it for
you. We want it now, and all the time.
We do not think it necessary at this timejto say
anything about the class of work we turn-out
The fact that we have been in the LAUN
DRY business for twelve years in La
Grande we think sufficient evi
dence that our work is sat-
isfactory. Try it.
A. B. C. LAUNDRY.
TELEPHONE MAIN 7
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MACCABEES HOLD FORTH.
Local Ledge Give Baaquet AOn
- lU-gular Lodge Work.
The Ladles of the Maccabees held
one of the most enjoyable meetings of
the year at their hall Thursday after
noon. A banquet followed the regular
lodge work. The tables were leaded
with the good things Which the Ladles
of the Maccabeoi know so well . how
io prepare. Mrs. Prank Baker, Mrs.
Lewis Wetxel aad Mrs. Charles Mc-
Lain presided. There were various
entertaining featsrea. Iln. Jack Clint'
worth showed her ability as a for
tune teller. Those whs didn't get i
dime's worth of fortune ot the bar
ance in laugh, . It was a late sour
when the ladies departed for their
homes, each one thanking the mm
mlttea many times for the delightful
afternoon they had prepared for them.'
FOR RENT Housekeeping rooms.
Inquire of Mrs. C 8. Zuber. 'Phone
FOR RENT Large store building.
with shelving and counters; used a
number of years for hardware and
furniture. Also housekeeping rooms.
1417 Washington Ave. ' J-l-lm
Call for Warrants. J
La Grande, March 20, 1908.'
The undersigned treasurer of Union
county. Ore., haa funds on hajd with
which to pay all county warrants that
were endorsed by the treasurer prior
to February 1, 1808. All road war
rants thai were endorsed prjor to Jan
uary 14th, 1908, and all warrants on
the contingent fund. No Interest al
lowed on the above warrants after
March 10th, 1908.
Treasurer of Union County.
RlKliop Padilork to The Dalles,
Bishop Paddock, who has been here
since Saturday and who has been de
lighting large audiences with his ser
mons at the Church of the Redeemer
this week, leaves Friday for the
Dalles, to pay an official visit to the
church there. His diocese extends as
far west as Hood River. Pendleton
The undersigned will sell at public
sale at the late J. M. McCall farm, t
miles southeast, of La Grande, Tues
day, March the 34th, 1108, commenc
ing at 10 o'clock a. nu, the following
Six mares, two geldings, three colts,
11 head ntllk cows; two t low wheel
wagons; one 14-foot California wood
rack; two hacks-, one buckooard; one
top buggy; one buggy without top;
three bob sleds; owe sieiga; ou mi ul
sleigh runners; . two wheelbarrows;
two Peering binders; ons Wood bind
er'; one Dee ring mower; ons McCor
mlck snower: two hay rakes; one disc
harrow; one 11-foot drag harrow; one
14-laeh sulky plow; one garden plow;
one double shove) cultivator; one feed
chopper; one cider mill, one roller;
one steel road scraper; one platform
scale; one grindstone; two small an
vils and vise; two post hole augers:
one brush scythe; two grass scythes;
three log chains; one carpenter chest
and tools; one cross-ent saw; one hoof
cutter; two sets heavy harness; two
sets hack harness; two single harness'
2 04 bushels barley, and other things
toe numerous to mention.
Free lunch at noon.
Terms of sale: f 10.80 or under,
cash; over 810.00 six months' time at
f per cent, with approved security.
v ' ' TJ. O. COUCH,
Administrator J. M. McCall Estate
. ED STRINGHAM, Auctioneer.
FOR RENT Bullulng on Fir St., ad
Joining Ronde Valley house, suitable
for store purposes; I furnished liv
ing rooms upstairs. 'Phone to Black
481. ' '
FOR RENT Thre rurnished rooms
for light housekeeping. . 'Phone to
FOR RENT A suits of rooms for
light housekeeping. Inquire of Mrs.
Mna R warts. ' .. '
WANTED To trade hay
Stoddard Lumber Co.
for wood. ;
WANTED Furnished house, 6 or 8
rooms; Inquire of J. Frank Evans,'
at Red Cross drug store.
WANTED A young man; good sal
ary. In or near La Grande, to rep
resent and to show property tor;
large Portland real estate firm. Ex
perience not necessary. 8mall cash'
security required. Address Manager,
841 Fifth St, Portland, Ore. - -
WANTED Toung man residing at La
Grande to represent us at salesman
'on a commission basis. Writs us
for particulars. - Page Son, Port
land, Oregon. - 8-18-8t
FOR RENT Four-room house. Tel
ephone Black 1881. mil
FOR RENT Well Improved 4-acre
tract near Palmer mill; B-room
house, good orchard, good land. In
quire of B. F. Wade, Owl saloon.
FOR SALE Team of heavy work
horses, 14(0 and 1508 pounds; 8 and
7 years; also team driving mares. In
quire 1417 Washington Ave. 8-14tf
FOUND A watch, , Owner can bare
same by calling at tms oiin-o. .-'
Ing property and paying for this ad,
The advertisements in The Observer
are placed there for you to read.
Each and every ons contains a plain
Remarkable Egg for 6lae. '
H. C. Oilman has In his possession
an egg laid by a Plymouth Rock hen
of his hennery, which .comes near be
ing a record breaker. It measures
Inches In circumference and 8 Inches
around the long way.
AMJARRAY OF GOODIES
that will please anyone with a pal
ateyoung or old; male or female
is here ditplaytd, not only on
special occasions, but every day in
the year our shop's open. A taste
for candy is not confined to child
ren and women only. Man we all
like them. ; ' .
S E. D. S ELDER
Is a dead Issue. So says Dr. H. C. Par
ker of th Tr.'llana School of Medi
cine,' In Collier's Weekly. Ws concur
with him. Blue Mountain Cough Syr-
np will curs your cough, not as pleas
ant to take aa some others, but It con
tains the Ingredients that will posi
tively and absolutely cure that cough.
RED CROSS DRUG STORE.
C. G. HOLST.
Contractor and Builder.
Satisfaction guaranteed; estimates
furnished on any kind of masonry
work on short notice. Mantels and
fireplaces a specialty. Room No. 1,
Smith Rooming house, La Grande,
Ore. 'Phone Red 141.
-; Persons wishing their gardens or
lots plowed should see A. G. Hermon.
'Phone Black 1011. Satisfaction guar
anteed. Careful work around trees.
A trial solicited. ' " mllalld
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PAINT AMD WALL
Staniels & Bugg I
1420 ADAMS A ENUE
la Grands, Oregon
Phone Red 1921
Studio over Selder's
candy parlors. : : :
PROF. DAY, Principal
IN A rNRRY?
J nE TRANSFER MAN
He will take that trunk to the De
pot or your home in lata time than
it take to tell it.
Day phone Red 761
Night " Black I792J
Wag:c always a;?: r te.v.je"""
FOR SALE Five-room house, partly
furnished; S lots, stable and wood
shed; 1 block west of White school
house. Inquire at 604 K St. 6-2tf
FOR SALE Ball barley for seed. For
particulars call on J. A. Holman, R.
F. D. No. 1, or 'phone 117x1, Bell
' Wood! Wood)
We have Just received two carloads
of good, dry yellow pine wood. Our
price Is right, and delivery service Is
perfect. 'Phone Main 8. either phone.
GRANDE RONDE CASH CO.,
LEWIS BROS., Props.
If your Observer is not delivered as
It should be, please notify this office.
'Phone Main 11. We will consider it
FORSAKEN. : '4
INDIAN LOVE. '
JEALOUS WIFE. ,
FLOUR OF MOUTH.
ED1NBURG CASTLES', ;,'
"Tell Me, Will My Dreams Corns
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Program changer each Moi
day and Thursday. Doom opett
promptly at 7 o'clock p. m.
Matinee on Wednesday and Sat-
NEW ELECTRIC THEATER.
II. M. SHERWOOD A CO,
Proprietors. ,,. s
rurc i nx lcn I m SEASON
The following list of seatonablt eatables may helpou to "select your
menus during this season, when careful house wlvst wmeUm.s ftnd it diffi
cult to arrange a tatisfactory meal, ; - '
B:ston Beauty Mack.r.1; Dainty Brand Cod Fish, two pound bricks; Keg
Herrmg; Boneless Lunch Herring In glass; Norway Mackeral Sardines"
French Sardines in cil; MutU d Sardines; Broiled Mackeral.
Salmor, Lobster, Shrimp, Clams, Oysters, P, S. Stock Clam Chowder.
Full Cream Cheese. Swiss Chesss, Jerssy Cream Cheese. Fine Limbsraer
Cheese, McLaren's Roquefort Chests. ,
THE CITY GROCERY AND BAKERY
E. P0LACK. Propr. Phone Main 75 '
The Kind r
the Kind That Wears
I.W.". H. BOilNENKAMP C0.
HARDWARE, FURNITURE AND CROCKERY )