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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 16, 1909)
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THE GEORGE PALMER
RETAIL DEPART MERIT
We Sclicit Ytur Orders for
Lumber, Lath, Shingles, .Jouldlngs,
We are prepared to furnish and deliver material
Call up Petail Department Phone Main's.
Keep the m-jtiey at home
Costs na r. neer.c! Just 'as
sweet. Ail dealers.
"It'ii all a bU bugaboo 1 intimidate
! th .t.it ,n. nt rnt-n. There lat not tne
filifht.-at povlblil'y of truth In It. It
is a Chamb-rUIn party ruw," ald
Vn ii'.i '! y.-sierday of the r I'rt
Kl ii'X' r!.! t. f.i. a; riii'n.t"
violas tn.-ir pledges and vote lor an
other man than Chamberlain for sen
ator, says the Pendleton Tribune
Senator Cole arrived In the city yes
terday mornlrrg and will remain until
f 0,1,1 v. Reeardlnz the work of the
levlMlature the senator said there
would not be much work done unti:
after the eKcltement of the election b
over. After that Important event
things will liven up and work wi:
soon be under way
It Is the opinion of Dr. Cole tha'
Governor Chamberlain's election wi!
ninge upon the first ballot. There wi.
be several republicans nominated, h
said. Senator Fulton, Harvey Ecoc
-r perhaps others, or these and of he-
In addition. The vote will be by roi
all. and If Chamberlain doc not k
majority, resignations umont; t.v
other nominees will follow until :i
ia the majority.
Watch; gun metal rase; InRer
s.ill pattern: leather chain with Taf:
fob. Fjidi-r return t. Halsten's store.
COMBS, HAIR PINS
You won't be deceived
in the cloth.ng and dry
goots sale 3 advertise
ments if you wear our
glasses to a d your de
defective eyesignt in
readin? them correctly.
Would you call and have
us examine your eyesr
A stitch in time . saves
J. H- PEARE
LEADING AMD PIUMECR JEWELER
Did Your Potatoes Freeze?
Ve have several hundred sacks of firsl-c'ase potatoes
at $1.25 p r hundred pounds
Imperial Flour - $1.35
Reliance Flo.r - 1.20
North Pcwder Flour 1.25
Harnes Patent Flour 1.40
TRY US. Wc Guarantee to give
The international Correspondence
t,hool in Kivlni; a detn'ntratlon th'j--..,.
rt C. C. PnIn?ton & Co.'s store,
of their methods of carrying on in-
1. ThMr representatives will
be at the display for the remainder of
So many people look and
act as though they were only
They are mere shadows
of men and women once
strong and robust.
Most of them are deceived
as to the real cause of their
trouble, which is Kidney
Diseased kidneys fail to
strain out the impurities
from the blood, which re
entering the circulation,
course through the whole
WUJf WAAW V W W4bA W
system. The nerves, the
heart, stomach and liver are
all affected, and backache,
headache and nervous
exhaustion are resulting
If you are this way,
HIS 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-
If that we 3re able to handle "JOBS' with, east 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
Vie have several Advertising Ideas whkh 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.
Complete ThreJilof Outfit.
For sale at a bargain. Has beea
run about 100 days. Time given, on
bA ORANDB INVESTMENT CO.
We Want Your Wants
City Grocery and Bakery,
E. PCLACK, Prop PHONE MAIN 75
will help you.
It builds up the kidneys,
so they will perform their
functions properly, and the
symptoms soon disappear.
Commence taking it to
day, and you will feel bzKzr
at once, as it corrects irregu
larities, restores lost vitality,
and will make you strong
Do not take chances on
becoming a victim of
Bright's disease or Dia
betes, which are the result
01 negiccica Kiancy uisor
ders, when Foley's Kidney
Remedy will cure you.
Netlce Is hereby given that H. M.
Bennett has been appointed by the
Hon. County Court of Union county,
state of Oregon, administrator of the
estate of Ilea W. Bennett, deceased,
and all persons having claims against
said estate are hereby required to pre-
sent the same, with proper vouchers,
to the said administrator at his home
about two miles southeast from Elgin,
Oregon, or to R. H. Lloyd, attorney
for said estate, at Elgin, Oregon, with
in 'x menths from the date of th:
Dated this 20th day of December,
1903. H. U. BENNETT,
Administrator of Said Estate.
U. H. LLOYD. 29-4-11-17-24
Attorney for Said Estate.
Our Want Ad Column
Your want w placed before ft thousand or more want-seekers
every day Caa jott afferd to spend one cent per word of your
want au where results are the keynotes?
In 1907 the Merchants
of Orecon saved
t $10,0C0 by carrying a part t
X of their Insurance in their
own company, the Oregon J
t Merchants Mutual Fire As-
t D3)1cn, Oregon,
t, they will save
n. ti. -
Sold and Recommended by
A. T. iniJi, Druggtet.
t their neighbors were hand-
r ei can uf ; I
profits to outside companies
In the Oregon Merchants f
t htuwai you gci.
t INSURANCE AT COST
A LIMIT TO YOUR LIABIL
PRO""! 5c7TLtlVitY Or
. IV. 0UVER, lAgent
rooms; three rooms. 1301 Madison
Ave. 'Phone Black 402. 1-9U
WANTED To sell or exchange 10
acre fruit ranch In bearing, with
many improvements, for La Urande
city property. Telephone Black HiZ.
WANTED Several roomers with or
without board. Excellent rooms.
'Phone Biack ITS 1, or call at 21UJ
JV ANTED Local manufacturer's agent
to beit miu msiiiil our Never-Cooi
bolici lasuiuiur aud tireless Cooker;
sells in iiriy household; permanent
income ut iiw0 to 2UuO pear year;
tew nandiU dollars required to han
dle proposition la this town. Ad
dress for particulars. Range Boiicr
Insulator Mfg. Co., 3S9 E. Wash. St.,
WANTED Girl to Co general house
work in small family. Inquire at
i'OSlTlON WANTED Man and wile
wanii to.' on; man as cook and
voe as ne'i-et. Sober and industri
al:", inui ut at this oflice. Ji
WANTED Horses for pasture, 13 per
month. Hay feed and run to- straw.
Inquire of J. E. Reynod.
FOR SALE Two to four acres ol
suburban property, well Improved.
'PhoneBlack 1532, or see E. W.
Kammerer, 2004 Adams avenue.
FOR SALE Small house and a 140
130-foot lot. Buy from owner and
save commissioner's fee. Inquire of
J. Bacliant, Cherry street.
Land for hale.
40 acres of fruit, garden or alfalfa
land for sale cheap if taken soon. C
D. Huffman, R. F. D. 2. La Grande.
FOR SALE Several second-hand au
tomobiles, taken in trade for new
ones. Smith's Garage, La Grande,
Roosters fur Sale.
Pure bred Plymouth roosteu for
sale at a bargain. J. E. Reynolds, K.
F. D. No. 2, La Grande, Ore. l-6-6t
FOR SALE Two modern cottages
and one vacant lot; very reasonable
if taken at once. 'Phone Red 1141.
BCSbbV S HACK LINK.
Best of service. Day and
Night. Hacks furnished tor
funerals and private parties.
Baggage transferred Day and
Night ana Sundays.
btand at Paul's Cigar Store.
'Phone Red 24
Night 'Phone Ma.n 26.
E. L. BDSSEY.