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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 14, 1909)
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, THE GEORGE PALMER
I LUMBER COMPANY
Ue Solicit Ytur Orders for
I Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Mouldings,
: Chain Wood
; Ue are prepared to furnish and deliver material
t Call up Fetail Department Phone Maln3.
; r :!viing are the r-l eftaie tiuns-
jf-r for the w.k ending January 13.
j Reported by the La Grande InveM-
5 'mint Co.. abstracters:
llikit In N ", .,f fc-Vi ; .--rt.n 22,
township i.jKiu'h, rtu.it Si. E. 1",
f j La Grande Heal Estate Association
Keep the muiiey at home
Costsno rriecrd just 'as
sweet. All dealers, j
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COMBS, HAIR PINS
If you eye. are evincing the
slightest klnJ of trouble, have
them attended to at once. Hy
doing so you might be able to
remedy the defect with the
wearing of Classen fur but a
llmtled period; the Glasses ald-
the eyes a-ssume the former good
Of course, go to a COOD Op
tician. Our reputation Is our
stock In trade.
to M. G. Alklne, lota 1. 2. 2. and 4.
of block 9. of Riverside addition to La
A. W. Woods to R' E. Smith. E4
of 8i of SW'hi of NE4 of section 32.
township 2 aouth, range JS E. $000.
H. W. Hilton to C. A. Drake, block
17 In Weat Union. II.
Fred M. Brace to A. E. Eaton, 8H
8W?4 of section I; N NW!4 of see
tlon 7, township 4 aouth, range 41 E.
E. A. Bate to A. E. Eaton, lot 2.
SE4 XW14, SW4 NE"4 and XE'4
8W4 of aectlon 7. township 4 aouth,
range 41 E. $300.
H. W. Grant to L. A. Stoop, SV,
NE4 of aectlon 22. township 2 north.
range 38 E. $150.
Emma L. Harvey to Eva Smith,
lota 1. 17. 1. 19. SO and 21. of block
St, of Hindman'a addition to Elgin.
J. M. Chapman to E. C. Gettings,'
tots H. 9, 12 and 13. of block 24. In
Predrnore addition to La Grande.
T. A. Kin. hart to I". K. Kteln. tract
n XE',i NW' of section 11. township
3 south, range $S E. $1375.
V. S. to Elma E. Thronon, E'4 E
. KW "4 K'.i and K S'V 4 oi
xiMtioti 22, township i aouth, rang
Isabella Hutchinson to J. N. Scar
borough, tract In NE'i SEVi of c
tion 13, township 4 aouth. range $9 10.
WillUm I'.olilriH to Charles Dearlove.
lot 1 of block 21, of Predmore'a add.
to La Grande. $900.
Dixon Brown to Ernll aMrtin, W;,i
if 8W of XV4 of aectlon 3. town
h:p 2 aouth, range 35 E. $6500.
J. H- PEARE
LtADIIMG AND PI0MECR JEWELER
TABLE RELISHES i
We recieve fresh consignrrents of Hot
House Lettuce, Celery, Sweet Potatoes,
and Cranberries, Gau'iflowers and Pine
Apples and Cocoanuts for the Holidays.
Fop Corn that will pop and Nuts, that
Kftim Hilly Sumlaylxin.
"I can tell a society woman as fai
an I can see her face or smell he
perfume. I can U-W by her face she'e
a human cold storage plant."
"I think I have bumped Into mor
Isms and schisms out here In Spokam
than 1 knew hell could suggest. I'
there's anything this side of hell thai
Spokane hasn't got a allce of, I'd like
to know what It is."
"When you go Into the coffin God
will have somebody else to step into
your place, but he needs you while
you are here and he wants you to do
"Judas bought a ticket to hell for
30 pieces of silver and It wasn't a
round-trip ticket, either. A good many
of you are paying even less."
t fii if i5!f th ch'jrr TT,,!
bera were to die the church would loee
no strength as a spiritual force."
"I believe In Lent In a Lent S65
davs In the year. Some people would
go to hell If they should happen to db
out of the Lenten season."
"Some of you stand up and sins
'Standing on a Solid llock' when yon
are prnpahly standing In a pair of
shoei you haven't paid for,"
"You won't say "Thy will be done';
that's the reason your spiritual batting
average usually fal'a below God't
Wool Men Lom Million.
PoiateUo. Idaho. Jan. 14. That th.
sheepmen of the lilted States, los.
mill Ion" of dollars annually th'rniiKh
the machlPHiions of the middlemen. 1.
the statement of officials of the Na
tional WoiilproweiV association, whl .'li
ipt iioil It l".th unniial convention h-r
today. I'hi 'is will In' made at t!i
.i)tMi!i i ui men by .-st;hlihlng a n:i
II, v ! w i. l warehouse In I'liiiMK ' or
i'I'Mvi. ilh branches in all wo 1
manufacturing ceo'ei. where I1"
fleece iniiv be il'-.p.ie l of at the best
po,b!e price anil without psing Im
oenr.e pr-iMt to i on; mission mer
chants. s;;e,.),i,ien from all over the
country ate lure and a majority are
rntht'sl.-istic 'n their adherence to the
s'oraire movement, which has alrexlv
been tried out on a small scale nl'li
MS term includes everything from a visiting card to a full
sheet poster, a leaflet to a leather 'bound book. THE
OBSERVER JOB DEPARTMENT is equipped so thorough
ly that we are able to handle "JOBS" with ease which
to other offices would seem a real burden.
By this term we mean Letter Heads, Bill Heads, Envelopes
and Office Stationery In general. THE OBSERVER JOB DEPART
MENT is in a position to fill OFFICE WANTS promptly and
IVe have several Advertising Ideas which we believe are
good and will bring you results; if you care for them they are
yours for the asking. Remember, good printing costs money and
should be classed as an investment; poor printing is always an
expense. Apply the trial order test and see in which class our
work belongs. PHONE MAIN 13, TWO RINGS.
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Complete Threshing OotfH.
For aale at a bargain. Has beea
run about 100 days. Time siven, on
LA QRAXDE IXVE8TMENT CO.
We Want Your Wants
Notice la hereby givea that H. M.
Bennett has been appointed by th
Hon. County Court f UbIob couaty.
state of Oregon, administrator of th.
estate .f ilea W. Bennett, deceased,
and all persona having claims against !
said estate are hereby required to pre-'
sent the same, with proper vouchers,
to th. aald administrator at his home
about two miles aoutheast from Elgin.
Oregon, or to R. H. Lloyd, attorney
for aald estate, at Elgin, Oregon, with
in .ix m.nths from the date of th'.s
Dated this 2th day of December,
1,08. H. M. BENNETT.
Administrator of Said Estate.
R. H. LLOTD. 29-4-11-17-24
Attorney for Said Estate.
Our Want Ad Column
Your want m placed bafore a thousand or more want-seekers
every day Caa you afford to spend one cent per word of your
want aa where results are the keynotes?
j Merchants! Save
In i90S i
Citv Grocery and Bakery, i
I In 1907 the Merchants
t of Oreaon saved over
I $10,000 by carrying a part J
J of their Insurance in their J
; own company, me uregon 5
I Merchants mutual tire hs
t Davton. Oreaon
t ihev will save $15,000.
During the same period
their neighbors wete hand-
ing over $1,500,000 in
t profits to outside companies
J In the Oregon Merchants
!..!... I ..... T
muiuai jvu yci.
t INSURANCE AT COST
t A LIMIT TO YOUR L1ABIL
! fKUMfi SLIILLMLHI Ut
pop pp'T Tljrit rtnoseVeenlnw
rooms; three rooms. 1301 Madison
Ave. 'Phone Black 402. l-9tf
WANTED To sell or exchange 10
acre fruit ranch in bearing, with
many improvements, forLa Grande
city property. Telephone Black 932.
FOR SALE Two to four acres
suburban property, well ImproiVL
PhoneBlack 1532, or ace E. W.
Kammerer, 2004 Adams avenue. ' j
FOR SALE Small house and a 10
130-foot lot Buy from owner ad
save commissioner's fee. Inquire
J. Bachant, Cherry street.
Land for Sale.
40 acres of fruit, garden or alfais
land for aale cheap if taken soon.'
D. Huffman, R. F. D. 2. La Grand
WANTED Several roomers with or
without board. Excellent rooms.
'Phone Black 1761, or call at 2103
... ikla iKAAk mM t he t I" C . T A
wuias wf . ,j j
-,.... ' method of teaching modern languages. ' T . w oiirn Bmant
PHONE MAIN 15 -w. Broonci.tion .cuired by this t W' 0UVER, Agent J
method Is absolutely correct.
JVAXTED Local manufacturer's agent
to sul and insiall our Never-Cool
boiK-r ii.sL.iiilor aiid Fiicless Cooker;
selis in -fi household: permanent
itu-onn. i.i ijU0 to $:ouo pear year;
lew hundred dollars required to han
dle proposition ia this town. Ad
dress for particulars, Range Boiler
Insulator Mfg. Co., 389 E. W ash. 6L,
WANTED Girl to Go general house
work In small family. Inquire at
FOR SALE Cash, contract or tra
two double corner lots, cleared all
level; and small furnished house, k
"snap." See John Fee, 1806 Cob
Avenue, at once. 9-a
Roosters for Sale.
Pure bred Plymouth roosters i
sale at a bargain. J. E. Reynolds,
F. D. No. 2. La GrAude. Ore. 1-6-N
FOR SALE Two modern costag
and one vacant lot; very reasonab
If taken at once. 'Phone Red 1141)
4 BCSSEY'S HACK LINE.
4 Best of service, Day and
Nleht. Hacks' furnished for
.. ... . . .. ' funerals and private parties.
POSITION WANTED M.tn and wife; . . .
Night and Sundays. "
Stand at Paul's Clear Store
'Phone Red 241
A 1.. TV U.ln E 4)
1 -W 15 il I A UVUG .
WANTED Hors-s for pasture, $3 per' A a
wauls pti'on; man a cook and;
vii'e as oe'i;i. Sober ttnd industti-i
itiotire at this office. 16
month. Hay feed and run to straw. '
Inquire of J. E. Reynolds.
E. I BTJSSET.