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EVENING OBSERVER, LA GRANDE OREGON, SATURDAY, JIXY 18, J008.
AXHTIY til YYH J Y ITIW
j THE GEORGE PALMER
I LIMBER COMPANY
! RETAIL DEPARTMENT
The . Expert Eyesight
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Inb UNLY FUKt KIND
OF SALT LAKE,
We SolicitlYour Orders for
lumber, Lath, Shingles, Mouldings,
We are prepared to furnish and deliver material
I Call up Retail Department Phone Main 8.
"THE SCHOOL OF QUALITY".
Tench and Morrison, Portland, Oregon A. P. Armstrong, LL.B., Principal
We coenpy two floors 65 by 100 feet, have a $30,000 equipment,
wnplby a large faculty, give individual instruction, receive more calls
ftc office help than we can meet Our school admittedly leads all
otfiers in qaality of instruction. It pays to attend such an institution.
$ktt Badness If sat "Keep hammering away everlastingly on thorough
wa. It will win crat in the md.t Said aa EJneatort "The quality of instruc
ts given in your achool make it the standard of iU kind in the Northwest"
L0pen all the year. Students admitted at any time. Catalogue free
Reference Any bonk, any newspaper, any business man In Portland.
H C. G. IIOL6T,
Contractor and Dullder.
Satisfaction guaranteed; estimates
Jbrnbhed on any kind of masonry
work on short notice. . Mantels and
fireplaces a specialty. Room No. 1,
SmHb Rooming house. La Orands,
Or 'Phone Red 141.
WANTED Girl for general house
work, family of three. Apply at
corner Sixth and Penn, Anthony res
idence. 7-6 tt
WANTED Help wanted. Mangle
girls and hand Ironers, A. B. C.
Grande Ronde Lumber Co.
CAN FURNISH LUMBER OF ALL KINDS
IN CAR LOAD LOTS
For 16 Inch Chain Wood Delivered at your Home,
Call up V. E. BEAN, La Grande. Phone, Red 1741
COMBS, NEW, THE FINEST
WASH COLLARSWHITE TIES
C.n.WCLLnIN & TO.
I WE ARE GETTING IN
OUR NEW STOCK OF t
will be sold at reduced prices. House bills special : : ;
prices. We have Fir finish and V G Fir Flooring : : ;
We have the best grade of Cedar shinjles. These ! : :
are two grades of the same brand,
STODDARD LUMBER CO.
Dr. Foulkes, pastor of the First
Presbyterian church of Portland, ar
rived In , Iji Grande this morning
from the east, and with his family
will remain until after Sunday. Dr.
Foulkes, who Is eloquent and pleas
ing In address, will preach both morn
ing and evening at the .Presbyterian
church tomorrow, the evening service
being devoted to the regular installa
tion of Rev. S. W. Seemann, who has
been here since last October, Dr
Ketchum of Baker City, and Dr. W.
& Holt, Pacific secretary of the board
of home missions of the church, will
also be present and assist in the serv-
HOUSE BREAKERS IN THE CITY.
Home of L. Rcmlllard Broken Into
Last Night Evidently Amateurs.
Between the hours of S and 10 last
night, aome one broke into the resi
dence of L. Remlllard, at the corner
of Fourth street and Main avenue,
and ransacked practically the whole
house, turning out bureau and dresser
drawers, breaking open trunks and ev
idently overlooking no place where
valuables could be hidden; although
missing some money belonging to Mr.
Sherwood, of the Electric theater.
Mrs. Edmunds lost a valuable gold
watch, hnd Jess Harrington, who with
his wife is visiting the Remlllards,
mlssod' his purse, which contained a
diamond stud and some money about
$30. The criminals havd not yet been
apprehended, although the officers
believe they will be able to catch them
In a short time. The work was evi
dently done by amateurs.
In now at the Sommer Hotel, Room
SI, where he will be ploased to see all
of his old patients and many new
Don't Fail to See Him
about your Eyes.- If you are having
11. UVUIM. MitU UUr Ul gifeUMVS.
Dr. Keating la not a stranger to you,
aa he has visited La Grande for the
past sis years.
Don't Fail to See Him
Notice la hereby given, that pursu
ant to an act of the legislative assem
bly of the state of Oregon, approved
February 25, 1889, the following
county warrants which were issued
more than seven years prior to the
first day of July, 1908, but have not
been paid, will be paid by the county
treasurer of Union county, Oregon, If
presented for payment within 10 days
from July 1, 1908, and if said war
rants or any of them, are not pre
sented for payment within (0 days
from July 1, 1908, they will be can
celled by the county court of aald
county and payment of the same will
be thereafter refused:
. Class HH, No. 1929, City of Union,
Class II, No. 1165, Ambrose Wright.
Class II, No. 1480, A. Wright, 17.60.
Class IL No. 1769, Steve Correy.
Class JJ, No. 141. O. C. Horton, 17.
Class JJ, No. 47, J. E. Moore, $1.20.
Class J J, No. 1714, Union Electric
Light Co., $25.
Witness my hand and seal of aald
county court this 27th day of June,
A. D. 1908.
(SEAL) J. B. OILHAM,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior,
U. S. Land Office at La Orande, Or.,
June S, 1908.
Notice la hereby given that
JANIE H. TENTZER,
of Elgin, Oregon, who, on March 6th.
1908, made timber and stone sworn
statement, No. 6954, for BWU BK,
Sec. 4, XV NE14 and NW14 SEW.
Section , Township t South, Range
It East, Willamette Meridian, has
tiled notice of intention to make final
proof, to establish claim to the
Is'nd above described, before the reg
ister and receiver at La Grande, Ore
gon ,on the 10th day of August, 1908.
Clalmaiit names as witnesses: Josh
ua C Smith, of La Grande, Ore.; Sam
uel Parker, of Elgin, Ore.; Carrol L
Tentzer, of Elgin. Ore.; Albert Tau
echer, of Elgin. Ore.
P. C. BR AM WELL, Register.
C. B. Anderson.
Edwin O. Brown.
C. Dudley. i
Robert II. King. 'T" ".7
C H. Marquard. r.'pnr -j
W. 3. Noel.
Q. M. RICHET, Postmaster.
la a dead issue. Bo says Dr. H. C. Par
ker of the Indiana School of Medi
cine, In Collier's Weekly. We concur
with him. Blue Mountain Cough Syr
np will cure your cough, not as pleas
ant to take as some others, but It con
tains the Ingredients that will posi
tively and absolutely cure that cough,
RED CROS3 DRUG STORE.
Little Chimney Sweep.
"When tlie Frost Is on the
All for a Bird.
The Blind Woman's Story,
It Might Have Been.'
Program changes each Mon
day and Thursday. Doors ope a
promptly at T o'clock p. m.
Matinee on Wednesday and Sat
urday. SHERWOOD'S ELECTRIC
B. M. SHERWOOD CO,
SCMOOLof MUSIC :
Studio at 105 Greenwood ?
St. one door south of. 1
PROF. DAY, Principal I
Scott & Altheide f
X As house cleaners we are X
i the people who are equip-
ped for doing the work.
I Leave your carpets on ''
! t your floors, give us your j j
orner and smile at our ''
X work and we will smile
PHONE. Black 1772
The only kind of Ice that we han die In retail trade is artificial Ice,
made from pure artnslan water the only pure ice in the city. A delivery
wagon will bring thU PURE ICE to your door on notification by telephone
or otherwise. To regular patrons our prices are one-half cent per pound.
NATURAL ICE handled In wholesale loU. Look out for the Grandy ice
wagon. 711006 Black 571. '
GRANDY THE I(E
BARGAIN S I
AT ALL TIMES I
All lines marked in plain figuers
showing discount. Now is the time
to get the largest discount offered.
It Me. Ore.
IN THE i
Masonic BId$. 1
THE VAHDUYH (0
Brick building, at the present orica of InmW u
cheaper as well as better. It has been demonstrated
tnat my brick is superior o any made in Oregon. I
can furnish common brick in any quantity. No order I
too large or too small to receive prompt attention.
Correspondence with contractors and builders solicited.'
Estimates cheerfully furnished. Prices made known t
Phonss-Rsaidenee, Black 701. Yard, Red 621. La Orands. Oregon I
How am I to have that white suit of mine
looking Fresh and Neat all summer as it
does now? The answer is simple. When
ever it becomes soiled
PH0ME MAIN 7
: ; : : WEwilld the rest
WE have a force of Experienced halp to
look after your wants in this line and you
need have no fear of sending your most
delicate garments to us. WE Guarantee
to satisfy you. A. B. C. LAUNDRY
Notice to W
Patrons not on
use city water
will please call
flee and make
the water supe
the water on.
from 1:10 to 7:10 p. m.
t will turn
H. C OILMAN,
FOR RENT House suitable for
roomers and boarders. 'Phone to
black lltl, corner Sixth and Spring.
Mrs. Clara Btulta.
IN A HURRY?
THE TRANSFER MAX.
H. will take that trunk to the depot
or rour home In to. ,Im,
tes to tell It r:V-V.
Iy Those Red Ml.
Night Ttaon BUck 17Mw
Wagon alwats at toub -