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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 24, 1908)
: 10 per cent off for cash 6n everything in the store. Every overcoat is Cravinetted, no rain or wind can 50 through them. We arc :
: the only firm that makes this offer. Stein-Block Clothing $15.00 to $50.00. This is the best ready made clothing that is made. Ask :
uic man uiai war 11. . vaiii diiu wc win surprise you on prices aaiuruay. . j..,..-.-
Ic) Fi? F n A
II I I Wl . rf U U Mil I
My patrons will now find
m at the ; Oregon Pro .
duce Company's building
on Jefferson Avenue
with a full line of
HAY, FLOUR, MILL FEED,
GRAIN, and GARDEN and
GRASS SEEDS : : : : :
A. I. OLIVER
Pnone Main 57 4
2 ,., .. t
TIME AND CASH ?
Saved by my Metttod of
' Digging Wells
Nn UnnH llcoH
ee we WW - - W W M
Gasoline Engine Saves
you much time and mon-
ey. Instruction in ; Gaso-
line Engineering ..
I Call or Write
1 R. A. WEST,
i! The Well Driller
How to Get 6tmB(. , j
P. 3. Daley, cf 1247 W. Congress!
St., Chicago, tells of a way to become
strong. He says: "My mother who Is
old and was very feeble, Is deriving so
much benefit from Eloctrio Bitters,
that I fee) It la my duty to tell those
who nnd a tonto and ctronirthonlng
medicine about It , In my mother's
case a marked gain In flesh has re
sulted, Insomnia has been overcome,
and she is steadily growing stronger."
Electric Bitters quickly remedy stom
ach, liver and kidney complaints.
Sold under guarantee f t Newlln'a drug
' Nottf in Crct'iUora.
All who are liiterar'J are hereby
notified that Iht crug stock of the
Newlln Drug Co.. hir pk been dlspo A
of by mo, anJ "art Pllulrs of that flrn
up to the 8th b.' . oprml er.. 1908, nor
being wound up. all bills and accounts
t va the Newlia ! uu Co., contract !
l.iviou9 to llidt cate, are now due -n4 I
coll ctabie at thu ilin Book -n1
Stationery Co. AH nsrhons so indebt
ed are request! :o call there at on?u
iud make settlement of their account.
All kinds of Cement and
' CONCRETE "
? No contract too large or:
too small. , '' V;;;
A. L. ROBERTS
': - PHONE BLACK 682
IN A H UR R Y?
THE TRANSFER MAN.
He will take that trunk to the depot
or your home In less time 'than It
takes to ten it
Day Thon Red 71. ' .
Night "Phone, Black 1792. .
WAGON ALWAYS AT TOUR
For quick and reliable messenger
service call Main U.
Studio at 105 Greenwood
; : St. one door south of
. Adams Avenue
PROf. DAY, Principal
' A large. Increase of puplla has shown
up Jn the Albany schools. ' ' .
Bale ertod m aeort Mtte.
No xtra dfearg for dtstanea. e)
Ui GRANDE ... OREGON
Route No. L Thona No. Ittal
. Notice to KUx'klioUlprn.
Notice is hereby given thaf the an
nual stockholders' meeting of the Au
rella Mining company, for the pur
pose of electing a board of directors,
and for any further business that may
come before the meeting, will be held
at the office of E. C. Moore, in the j
city of La Grande, Oregon, at the hour!
of 1 o'clock p. m., on Wednesday, the
4th day of November, lts.
GEO. HENDRICKS, ;
I OLDENBURG, . Secretary.
not A incii soiool - r
AFFAIR THIS AFTERNOON.
While One Man From Ixx-alg Is Not
a Student Now, Others Are Dona
' Fide Pupil Union Team Strength-
en its Line Wltlt O. A. C. Graduates
, . - Outenine In Doubt- Make Trip In
Carryall Many Hooters go to SIs
:. ter-Town. .
'Backed by a crowd of. rooters that
went to Union by train, automobile
and teams, the La Grande high school
football team this afternoon played, a
picked team from Union. The play
ers went over In a large carryall. ' 1
Bacon, who will be a regular stu
dent In the high school hereafter, Is
with the team today, and will aid In
holding down the big beeves of the
Union team. The locals went over
with the understanding that the Union
lineup will Include several who are
not high school players, In fact, some
of them are old O. A. C. men. .Man
ager Clark, of the experiment farm,
who has speed, skill and weight suf
ficient to figure in O. A. C. football of
the past, was in the lineup. There
were others who have played in the
more Important teams of the state.
The high school filled in with lighter
men. Knowing this, La Grande had
nerved Itself to the extreme in hopes
of holding the Unionltes down to a
close score or break even at any rate.
Keep the money at home
LA GRANDE SUGAR
Costs no it ere rd ji $t fs
sweet. All dealers.
NO ONE HESITATES
OVER OUR CANDY.
BUSSEY'S HACK LINK.
Best of service. Day and
Night Hacks ' " furnished for
4 funerals an4 private parties. 4
Baggage transferred Day and 4
Night and Sundays.
Staad at PasJ's Cigar Store.
. Thoae Red 241.
Night 'Phone Main 25.
, B. Ik BC6SET.
WHT NOT TRT
- Popliaa'a .,
Gives prompt and pettre relief ta
yay case.' Bold by druggtsta. Price .
tl.M. Trial package by man 10
Wffitaasw XUg. Oe Prop.
JL T. KILL, Bregglst
Sure Cmre ror Asthma.
We guarantee to care asthma.
bronchitis and catarrh. If our mea3
Cure Co, 131-114-11 Areade BoIUI
cine falls we will cheerfully refund all
money pall. Write Arnold's Asthma
lug, Seattle, Wash., or for aext
ftaya, Morris W. Xsigbt. coTe, ure.
Everybody that knows our confec-
tlons at all is aware of their purity,
their fresnness, their fine flavor. If
you don't know, "get acquainted."
Tou certainly get reur money's worth
In this candy shop whether you buy
aa ounce, a pound, or a E-pound box.
E. D. 6 ELDER, THE CANDY HAN.
Cared Hay Fever and Summer Cold.
A. J. Nusbaum, BatesvlUe, Ind,
writes: "Last year I suffered for thre
months with summer cold so dis
tressing that It Interfered with my
business. X had many of the symp
toms of bay fever, and a doctor pre
scription did not reach my case, and
took several medicines which seem
ed to only aggravate my case, ' For
tunately X insisted upon having Fo
ley's Honey and Tar and It quickly
cured me. My wife has since used
relay's Honey and Tar with the asm
success." A. T. Hill, druggist
Water Turned Loose.
Settlers in the Hermlston. valley to
day are rejoicing over the fact that
water was turned this morning Into
the 'big government ditch, and Is now
speeding on its way to the Cold
Springs reservoir, where it will be
uiu .vr una timing me summer ol
1909. : ..'
The big gates were opened this
morning and the water Is now run
ning through' the concrete section of
the feed canal, recently built. The
temporary dams which have held back
the. seepage from the 'new concrete
lln'ng have been removed, and within
a few days the water will be pouring
over the big Inlet drop into the reser
voir. The water was turned In with a
email head this morning, and it will
be some time before the ditch will be
carrying its full capacity. Pendleton
THE GEORGE PALMER
We Solicit Your Orders for
Lumber, Lativ Shingles, Mouldings
Chain Wood . I
We are prepared to furnish and deliver material
Calf up Retail Department Phone Main 8.
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Daily Observer 65c per Month
Follow the crowds to the Pastime.
Mrs. Chailee . Baain m v Cllli . I IIFfAUCr
rraDklta. ua, aayst. ri like gaed IUL1.1JI LUtiltnCD
things and have adopted Dr. King's . , . rJ
New life Pin- aa eur family laxative CfttaJCtf ft We UPf. LOCH
asedlctne, hecauee they are coed and CiZls ll&t YihtTt fOU C3ft
d ttalr wera without making a fusel Cg ft pgCe
aheat It" .These pabolesa pnrtflera
eeM et KewBft'e drag .re. (c iJlZI dl ILC LtVi.UfJ hVVi
By virtue of an order and license
made and entered by tbe Hon. Coun
ty Court of Union county, Oregon, on
the 17th day of September, 1901, In tho
matter of the guardianship of the per
son and estate of Louis W. Bay, minor
heir of John H. Bay, . deceased, and
ward of the undersigned, his .guard-
ui:, T will from and after the fifth
day of November, 1901, at my
home, No. 1S0I Madison avenue, La
Grande, Union county, Oregon, pro
ceed to aell at private sale all his In.
tereet to-wit: An undivided one-ha.f
interest (subject to dower Interest of
Anna B. Bay) In and to lots 9 and 19,
of block 191. of Chaplin's addition to
the town of La Grande, Union county,
Oregon; mJhn ' 'nwlW5ed ps-ltst!j
interest In and to lot J of black 2, "B"
street, original townsite of La Grande,
Union county, Oregon, for the benefit
of said ward and his estate. TVrma of
sale, cash to me la hand.
ANNA B. BAT.
Guardian of ths Person and Eatate ef
Lewis W. Bay. a Minor. ...
8. A. GARDIN1ER,
Proprietor and Manager. '
HIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE
LATEST MOVING PICTURES,
It A Voice From the Dead.
Love versus Title.
I Buiclde ImoOBalblA.
Tramp and a Tailor's Dummy.
Walters ft Murray in laurh-
! able Sketch, "Six O'clock Tea."
1 For laughlnn- nurnoses oniv.
! Leroy Berry, in Irtah sketch. In
Matinee prices as usual
At the evening performance
during the week the prices will
be 18 and 10 cents.
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Change of Program Mondays,
Wednesdays and Frtdave. -
MOTION PICTURES AND
Program, .. '
"I Am Tying the Leaves So They
Won't Come Down."
The Great Yellowstone
' Matinees: Tuesday, Tburaday e
and Saturday afternoons at 1:19 e
Children under If years ef e
age le at ma tin tea. . e)
"Down Where tbe Cotton Bios- e
, Ladies souvenir
Wednesday, I o'clock.
. ,ZXiQ?J3 CTXTt AT.
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Children's te majlr-1 "