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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 31, 1909)
PflV US A WST
COM AND YISIT THE NEW GttOCEBT AND IAKERT
WE HATE A WJ.aU. SUPPLY OF SALT SALMOX, MACKEREL,
COD FISH, HOLLAND HERRING AD SMOKED 0ERR15G
I'BESH BREAD AND CAKE ETERY MORNING
YOURS FOR BUSINESS,
Roy a Grocery Bakery
The Sum Total of Human
U attained by an who select a puce which U appro by h
tnw. adaptable for bli entire t amllj. to live amidst auch condi
tions approximates about the keen eat joy ImaglnabU. "Wber, are
.tTcditlonn to be found In the rapidly growing Northwest! I'll
you. Go to C. J. BLACK. He baa Urge amount of propertj lilted to
lrwm .wig mi mm, mngmr. www nrmu, wrry
iropLrtt,. vlraln rarme. Hay Far ma. Timber Land, with or with
out uaeroTameaU. Wee. rtskt L -
i. aLACK, Tie iteal tstate da
! We Want Your Wants
; ! ; in
Our Want Ad Column
want aa where results are the keynotes?
PALMER CAMP EMPLOYEE DIES
AND RELATIVES usmJivn.
Well liked A member of the Eagles
-. Funeral this irarnwn.
rred 'Hermiatou7 who" for MYtei.
months has been In the Palmer Lum-.-.
r . Palmer Junction, was
brought to the Grande Ronde Hospi
tal Saturday and died early Sunday
About two months ago he Joined
the Eagles Lodge at Elgin. The mem
bers of the order In this city took
the body in charge and prepared it
for shipment to Elgin where his own
lodge will offlciate at the funeral.
He had no relatives in this section
of the country nor Is It known that
he had any anywhere. He was 47
years of age and well liked by his
fellow workmen. The funeral will
take place this afternoon.
LOST IN MOUNTAINS NEAR EU
C(ENE FOR MANY DAYS
We have just closed the most sucessful clear
ance taleever held by this store and we wish
to thank our many customers for their liberal
patronage. We attribute our success to de
pendable merchandise, fair dealing and an un
equalled assortment to choose from -
I We an lust Beginning to Receive our Firsl Shipments of
New Spring Lines and we feelsate m saying tnat
for the Spring trade we will have the largest and
best stock ever shown in Eastern Oregon -
Just Received "Mew Shirtwaists
Black and Colored Silks $4.50 $6.50
White and colored tailored waists $1.25 to $3.50
Dainty embroidered Lingerie waists $1.00 to $5.00
Goes with little food and no shelter
until completely exhausted
Eugene. Ore.. Jan. 31.-To wander
through the dense Eluslaw Moun
tain wilderness for nine days with
but little food and no shelter, was the
experience of Bernard Wschrwelngen,
a timber cruiser of Foruana. diuwc
lngen, with a number of fellow cruis
ers, was employed on the Sluslaw
river cruising a large tract of timber
land. The cruisers had a camp at
the head of Knowles creek. On
Thursday, Jan. 20, Schwerlngen was
sent alone across the mountains to
Watch our windows and Advertisements
baru ou the "place and a uae ?r.:&
and well. Address A. B. Fnncb Ken
the Andres ranch. Will sell for $4,
00, $1,000 cash and the ba'atuc i-n
terma. Six acres In orclui and ti e
balance fine soil. A good hoiso and
FOR RENT Five rooms In a ten
roont house. Apply to 703 Wash
FOR SALE A 33 nvm 'ch feur
miles north of La Grande Known aa
FOR RENT Newly furnished front
room. Modern. 102 Adams Avenue.
FOR SALE A geed corner let In a d
slrable location. Inquire at Hill
FOR RENT Furnished room suitable
for gentleman. Apply J- C. Pulling.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished room
on Fourth street, close in. Inquire
at the Observer office.
Lost, a purse between Depot and
Jeffersou and Second aad Washing
ton nvunuos. Fluder please return to
this office and receive reward.
FOR SALE. J. P. Brenholst, 804 O.
Avenue, has some fine White Wyan
dotte chickens for sale. Trice $2.00
each, or 6 for $10.00. 1-28-31.
FOR SALE. Five room house, lot
74 x 110, on Cedar St between Main
and Washington. A bargain if taken
at once. R. W. Leighton. Thone Red
FOR SALE OR THAPE 160 acr?
farm all or half of the hind. Phone
Black 181 o address Post orfice box
NrRStNO Woman with experience
lu maternity cases desires work.
Address P. O. Box 760. 1-19-25
f OR RENT. A five room modern
house In good condition; close t
inquire of F. L. Aiuyers U tli
Grande Nat'l Bank. J
FOR RENT Two story house on
Fourth St. Kuown or years as the
Mrs. Alie Ladd property. For par
ticulars enquire of A. C. Hunting
ton. 1710 Fourth, st. Phone Red 952
WANTED A girl for general ho'ise
work. Must be a good cook. Air.
billing to pay good wages to rliih
tersen. For further particulars In
quire at this efice 1-16-30.
Peaches libs best for 50c
t Figs Black 2lbs
I Figs white 21b " 25c
Prunes 10 clblibs" 25c
PRACTICAL NURSE, wants mors
work. Maternity a specialty. Ad
dress P. O. Box 750. 1-2426.
WANTED To buy 10,000.000 feet of
lumber. Will take mill cut deliver
ed at La Grande or other lastern
Oregon points. W. R. Klvette. Box 20..
WANTED TO RUNT A 7 or 8 room
house. Call or address Cbai E. Perry
WANTED. One or several mares
about 1100 It) weight, under five
years of age. well broks sd me
dium sound. Address 130S Jackson
: & BAKE RY
THE QUALII Y STORE
go to Meadow to run a line of a sec
tion of land. He was to have stayed
at another camp on Meadow but a
few days afterwards when it was
found he had not appeared at the
other camp a search was instituted,
For five dayB the search continued.
On Saturday night a party came on
his prostrate form beneath a large
tree where he had probably lain for
several days. He was unconscious
and nearly dead from cold and hun
ger. Little hope is held out for his
Attacked by Wildcat.
Boise, Idaho, Jan. 31. W. D. Cole,
a Boise druggist, while hunting yes
terday, was attacked by a wild cat
within five miles of Boise and was
saved from death only by a good shot
from another member of the party.
who killed the animal after it had
Miss WIII-Nell Latender
A lady wno is creating as much
favorable comment on the stage as in
the society circles of Atlanta, Ga.,
for several years, and who is now a
member of the "Top O" Th' World"
Company is Miss Will-Lell Lavender
who is playing the part of "Prince
Tiny Mite," In the big musical ex
travaganza, which will be presented
here Saturday Matinee and Night,
Miss Lavender was formerly one of
the leading and social figures of At
lanta and Rome, Oa., society. She
is the daughter of D. T. Lavender,
who for many years wa3 the freight
agent and traffic manager of the Old
Richmond & Danville Railroad. Miss
Lavender has been on the stage but
two seasons, when she was a member
of the "Madame Buttelfly" and "The
Merry Widow" companies. She is
considered an extremely pretty wo
man, has a sympathetic soprano
voice and posses' s all ihe charms
which are so thorjughly typical of a
is to be an open meeting it is hoped
that a large number will be in at
tendance. It is the custom of the
Oregon Federation of. Women's Clubs
to hold one open meeting each yeaf
and take a free will offering to be
given to the loan fund, a fund that
is loaned to deserving young women
free of interest thus making it pos
sible for them to gain an education.
It is hoped that there will be a
large attendance at this meeting, not
only to the members but any friend
of the musicals is invited. The sub
ject for study tomorrow afternoon is
to be "Forms of Instrumental Mu
sic" with Miss Stella Oliver and Mrs:
F. B. Currey leading. Following Is
"Sonota," Opus 10, No. 1 Beeth-
n . rAlln nil.-..
UttU All. 00 Utl,W.
"Rondo," from Sonota Pathetique,
Opus 13, No. 2 Beethoven Mrs.
George S. Blrnle.
"Sonota," Opus 14, No. 2, Beetho
venMrs. W. W. Berry.
"Vocal Solo," "Selected" Mrs. T. J.
ning to fight the boy cotters on thei:
own grounds by reducing the ship
ments of dressed meats and raising
the prices because of the shortage,
The regular meeting of the Ladles
Aid Society of the Presbyterian
church will be held Wednesday af
ternoon at the home of Mrs. A. C.
McLennon. 808 O. Ave. There are
things of great importance to come
before the society at this time and a
good attendance Is desired.
Tb Lvle Tnead,7 M-'!1 will
meet tomorrow afternoon. A fine pro
gram has been prepared and as this
New York, Jan. 31. Mrs. Anita
Comfort Brroks, president of a Goth
am Club today Inaugurated a card
crusade asking every woman in the
United States to write to President
Taft demanding a break in the meat
Mrs. Brooks has sent thousands of
letters throughout the country as a
start for an "endless chain"
If successful, the next attempt will
be to yr?. the "fish trust" th same
way. It was reported from the meat
trust headquarters that it was plan-
On Tuesday in this city the Sue
day School workers have a treat I
store for them. International Secret
tray Merritt and State Secretary
Phlpps wil be here and hold t
Lucuiiiifcn, ill Lue uainioi. muicu -mm
2:30 in the afternoon and 7:30 in tke
evening. These two widely know
workers are not strangers in our el'
and those who have heard them wi"
be there. To those who have nevei
heard them talk on Sunday Schoc
matters they should not let anythlti
happen to prevent their attendant
La Grande seldom had such an art
This evening, beginning at 7:
o'clock, an Informal reception
be held at the home of Mr. and Mrs
R. E. Smith, corner of Sixth sc
Penn Avenues, in the Interests of
the Sitka, Alaska, Indian School.
hostesses are Mesdames J. D. Stot
Turner Oliver, W. L. Brenholts, Wil
and R. E. Smith. All are cordial:
Invited to be present and enjoy a V-
clal evenlnK as well as to help tt
worthy cause with their silver offr
La Grande. Ore Jan. 26, 1910. W
vance the price of hair cutting fro
25c o 35c, afflective after Feb 1
Jolly & DesillL
J. E. Coffey.
O. A Hagans
Myers & Kelly.
iiT iPifaviTH WANTED Ff1 r a W
., T-r.i work. StH
ciiuip ui c t
dy employment, good wages. Inqujl