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WHERE NOTHING IS TOO MrCM TROIBI.E.
Victor Edison Columbia
'.Why deprive the 'family any longer of the
solid'comfort you can get from a Phonograph.
- Better see Davis today
DAVIS-JORDAN MUSIC CO. I
1316 Adams Avenue
THERE IS MORE
DEMAND THAN SUPPLY
This firm cao handle all your land and
property. List them with us for certain
' results. We sell farms by the scores.
To list them with us, is to sell them.
THE REAL ESTATE, LOAN,
AND COMMISSION CO.
4 - - eiieietttlIMIItt1IIHMTf T"r,AAt
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 time'to say
anything about the class of . work we turn out
The fact that we have been in the LAUN
DRY business for twelve years injLa ...
Grande we think sufficient evi-
dence that our work is sat- .
isfactory. Try it
A. B. C. LAUNDRY;
TELEPHONE MAIN ...vx'
Another largo audience greetad
Evangelist Haudenschleld when ne
called for order at the rink last night
nromDtiv at 8 o'clock. He conducted
the song service and Infused quite a
lot of life in the choir. He hne the
same fault that afflicts so many lead
ers of singing and that Is an abomin
able drawl. .
A noticeable thing about the audi
ence was that all who could, gathered
In the middle rowi of seats. The rea
son was thatthere were filled with old
church pews and cftalrs. The new
seat at a few places are a little pitchy
but these can easily be avoided. The
seats are nearly all tamarack and are
as free from pitch as anyone could
exDect. An hour's work would, re-
move all pitch. v
The opening prayer was. made by
Rev, 3'. D. Oillilan. The lesson read
was the 24th chapter of Deuterono
my Ail tzwiiuttvituii w ....
the evangelist stated that there are
13,000 promises In the Bible and every
one is conditional.
The text Is In Hebrews, 4th chapter.
5th verse. "Being made perfect he
became the author of eternal salvation
to all them that obey him." The theme
was obedience. There Is no salvation
without it. It is the key word of the
Bible from Genesis to ' Revelation.
Without obedience- there can be no
house, no school, no government, no
salvation. ' Nothing will make up for
obedience. Ood allows nothing used
to be substituted for it.
The first king that God chose, Saul,
lost his kingdom through disobedi
ence. Adam's lack of obedience cost
the world Its pristine purity. Every
man who ever disobeyed God suffered
for It sooner or later. There are times
when men should stop praying and
do what God tells them. Don't call
disobedience a small thing. God calls
It a great thing. ."Obedience is better
than sacrifice." . The stories of the
disobedience of Achan and Samson
were most graphically told. In fact
the most remarkable thing in the talk
of the evening was the speaker's pow
er of description. He Is probably the
most Intensely . dramatic religious
speaker on the American platform.
NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION.
Isolated Tract Public' Land ' SuNv
Department of the Interior,
United States land Office,
La Grande, Ore., 'April , los. .
Notice Is hereby given, that as di
rected by the commissioner of the
general land offce, under the pro
visions of the act of congress ap
proved June 27, 10 (34 Stats., 517).
we will offer at public sale' to 'lu
highest btdflor, nt 10 o'clock a.- m.,
on the ISth day of May next, at this
office, the following tict'nf land: ;
XW SE14, Sec. H, T. 5 S., R. 3.
E. W. M. '
Any persons claiming adversely the
above described lands are advised t
file their claims or objections on or
before the time designated for sale.
P. C. BRAMWELL, Register.
A. A. ROBl'.iVTS, Receiver.
Ice cream In any quantity at Blue
Mountain Creamery Co. See our an
nouncement. . .. 1
We Want Your Wants'
Our Want Ad Column
Your want is placed before a thousand or more want-seekers
every day Can you afford- to spend one cent per word of your
want aowhe:e results are the keynotes? ,
TOR RENT A five-room house on
Adams avenue, opposite Mrs. Ma
son's orchard; 18 per month. In
quire of Mrs. Mason, 'phone Black
. II2.; . ' "
TO RENT House with
Fourth street; colsa In;
Maggie Mahaffey, 901
Park street '
A BC8IXESS FAKE. V
Baker City Man Want to Force Goods
on La Grande Merchants.
a uaxer city business man uses
some very unbuslness-llke methods.
He was Indiscreet enough to overload
his stock with certain artlcels and In
order to get rid of these, he endeav
ored to "Bluff them off on the unso
phisticated merchants of La Grande
He writes that If he cannot force
ua to buy at a discount, he will then
advertise la our local papers. It Is
needless to say that our merchants
did not accept the goods even at
discount There Is a law which deals
with such unprincipled acts as these
and should be enforced to the farthest
extent Such a man Is a detriment to
Will be Made by the -
This Season as Follows: ;
To 1 .? Direct
Chicago , 971.50
St. Louis 417.60
St. Paul $83.15
Kansas City $80.00
TICKETS WILL BE ON SALE
. .MAY 4, 18 ' '
JUNE o, , It, 20
JULY 6, 7, 38, 28
AUGUST 8, 7, 21, 23
Good for return In 90 days with stop
over privilege at pleasure within
DON'T fORGET THE DATES
For any further Information call on
J. II. KEEXEY, Loral Agent,
- Or write to
General Passenger Agent,
FOR RENT Well Improved -4-acre
tract near Palmer mill; "', 6-rooro
house, good orchard, good land. In
quire of B. F. Wade, Owl saloon.
FOR RENT The akaUng rink. hall.
Largest hail In La Grande; ? hard
wood floor. Mrs. Zuber. '
FOR SALE Buff Leghorn eggs. One
dollar :o- each " setting. Telephone
to Red 212.
FOR SALE 500 feet of picket fence.
In good condition. Apply to Mrs.
Zuber. : ' " '-
FOR SALE Two acres good garden
and fruit land; easy terms to right
' person. Near town., of La Grande.
Inquire at this office. , wmltfdk
FOR SALE Span of black driving
mares; extra good travelers; well
broke to ride or drive, single or dou
ble; also light mountain buggy and
harness. Dr. C H. Law, Union, Ore.
May Stop at New Orleans.
New Orleans, May 1. One of the
most . Important concessions ever
granted by the railroads (o a southern
city becomes effective today, whereby
10-day stopovers will be allowed by all
east and west lines at New Orleans.
Nearly 100,000 people pass through
New Orleans annually, and It Is be
lieved that a large majority will take
advantage of .the stopover privilege.
The concession Is due to the total
elimination of ticket scalpers from the
city. . , . '
FOR RENT Suite of three rooms.
furnished complete. Inquire of Mrs.
FOR RENT Furnianed rooms., close
In. Inquire at 1417 Washington av
enue.' Next door to rink.' . '"
FOR RENT Large store building,
with shelving and counters. Inquire
at 1417 Washington avenue.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms, lor
housekeeping; also bedrooms. In
quire at 1417 Washington avenue, :".
FOR RENT One burnished
modern, . 'Phone Red 1711.
WANTED To buy a four or five-
room cottage, and two small houses.
Inquire of Ral Walker, the House
Mover. - : ' ,
WANTED A position aa stationary
engineer. Practical experience. Can
give reference If required. Address
Box 758, La Grande,
WANTED An experienced girl for
general house work. Apply of Mrs.
Geo. L. Claever. - : : -
WANTED To trade lots In La Grande
for horsea. Call at Hill's drag store.
WANTED -Three waitresses.
at Model restaurant. '
FOR RENT Furnished front room,
close In; moder? conveniences.
'Phone to Black 151.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for
light housekeeping. Mrs. E. C. Moore,
corner Q and Fourth streets. 'Phone
Red 1452. P
FOR SALE Team ot heavy work
horses. 1400 and 1600 pounds; and
7 years; also team driving mares. In
quire 1417 Washington Ave." l-14tf
FOR BALE A 4-year-old Colt, well
broke. Apply at the Blue Mountain
WANTED Chance v make quick
service In moving furniture an
pianos with special equipment (or
safe .hauling.: All kinds of transfer
business solicited.' . Leave orders at
Haisten's store or - 'phone to Red
1141. J. W. Black.
LOST One dark bay mare about 12
years old; weight 000, brand. A2 or
left thigh, small pit on one ear. Re
ward will be paid for return or In
formation leading to return of said
animal. S. F. Andrew, at Golden
Rule store. . .. . , , v
The Evening ' Observer Is Union
county's representative paper. Tha
people show their appreciation by
Children's Hats far School .
bailors Dress nats
Dei 15, S3? fl"!f; v rrrf
E. M Well man Ci Co.
I LA GRANDE
t PROF. DAY, Principal 2
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The Life of Jesus Christ.
'The New Bora King.
The Holy FaVilly at Naiareth.
Christ Walks on the Water.
"The noly City."
Jesus Falls Under the Weight 4
of the Cross.
Program changes each Mot-
day and Thursday. Doors open 4
4 promptly at 7 o'clock p. m.
4 Matinee on Wednesday and Sac-
4urday. . . ,4
44 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4
4 NEW EIJECTUIC THEATEH. 4
4 4 1. 4
4 B. M. SHERWOOD CO., 4
4 - Proprietors. 4
4 4 .4
4 . Mahaffey Building. 4
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IN A HURRY?
JnE TRANSFER MAN ,
He will take that trunk to the De
pot or your home In lest time than
it takes to tell it.
Da phono Rtd'761
Night " Black 1792
' Wsgct alway itrnr rtrr.
Early Rose Seed Potatoes
Onion Setsand all kinds of fresh
Garden and Flcwer Seeds at
THE CITY GROCERY AND BAKERY
E. F0LACK. Propr. Phone Main 75 '
Call up Main 75
W. H. B0HNENKAMP CO.
Agents for Huntlniton Lime, the best that reaches
this market Try It.