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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 15, 1909)
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OF HOUSE FURNISHINGS
j We arc overcrowded in our new brick corner store and must sacrifice these
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We nave some dumuuvc w5a
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STOVES AMD RANGES
We have 23 ranges on which we will makayou First Cost prices for
cash. These are new, up-to-date and high quality goods. .
$33.50 Elite Range, double fire box linings, duplex grate for wood or
coal, 1 6 inch oven, high closet and end shelf for cash only $25.75
$55.50 Acme Steel Range, extra heavy fire box lined, duplex grata,
wood or coal. 20 inch-overhigh closet, flush reservoir, porcelain lined,
We guarantee this range for 1 0 years. A bargain at our price $45.00
$60.00 Blue Steel Improved Cascade Range, 22 inch oven, duplex
"grates, extension broiler device, large warming closet, flush reservoir
porcelain tank, handsome nickle trimming. This is a large range suit
able for farms and boarding houses where capacity is required and is a
rash Drice J47.UU
We arc leaders in low prices on floor coverings
Beautiful designs in carpet at 35c to 70c, worth from 50c
Alexander Smith & Sons genuine Velvet Rugs, 27x54 in., worth
$2. 75, sale price $1.40.
Genuine Axminster, 27x54 in., beautiful designs, Floral, Oriental
and Animal, worth $3.75, our price $1.95
Alexander Smith & Sons best Axminster Rug, 36x72 in., worth $6.50 .
our sale price $4.15
Imported Scokch Brussell Rugs, 9x12, $16.50 values at $10.90
We have a large assortment of Ingrain Rugs at from $3 00 to $12.00
We have several second hand Ranges and Stoves in excellent shape
at $5 00 to $20.00
WANTED $500.00 worth of Second Hand Goods. , We pay highest
cash price or will take in trade. .
very special uai gain uu . r .
r ,LrtE,. ONE STORE ONLY. New Brick, Corner Fir Street and Jefferson Avenue. Phone Black
KememDer: one store only .
liitinberlttiii's Cough lU'incly the -Most
J'ujHilur Um-uusc U 1 Hie eUst.
' "1 have sold Chamberlain- Cough
Remedy for the past eight years and
find It to .be one at the best selling
(jncdioiiee .on the market. For babies
;and young Children there Is nothing
ibetter Jn doe line of cough syrupn,"
MHiv Paul Allen, Plain Dealing, La.
TYiis remedy not only cures the coughs,
colds and croup so common among
young children, but Is pleasant and
eafe for them to take. For sale by all
pood dealers, ,' jj
'. folds contracted at this season of
the year are quickly relieved with
fees Laxative Cough Syrup. Its laxa
rtlvt guallty rids the system of the cold.
IPleusant Xo take. Best for children
ifor coughs, colds, croup and whooping
ough. Sold by Silverthorn
f-ilverthorn's Family drug store.
.tvnil'fer hotel for rent cheap. Fur
Tilt lire in same for sale. Inquire at
lintel Keiffer. 3-0t
Silverthorn's Family drug store.
For expert piano tuning, see Thomas
f BURGER and SEVgRSON f
La Grande, Ore. Phcm
I Real Estate and
Loans, Fire and
Life insurance, t
COLLECTING AGENCY 1
N. B. Long Distance Col-
I lection a Specialty
I OVER NEWLW DRUG CO.
G. Frei'ton selling out
In 1907 the Merchants
of Oregon saved over
$10,000 by carrying a part
of their Insurance, in their
own company, the Oregon
Merchants Mutual fire As
surance Association, of
Dayton, Oregon. In 1908
they will save $15,000.
t During the same period
j their neighbors were hand
le ing over $1,500,000 in
profits to outside companies
In the Oregon Merchants
Mutual you get:
INSURANCE AT COST
A LIMIT TO YOUR LIABIL
ITIES FRGMPTSETTLlMENT OF
t 1. W. OUVER, Agent
A Common Cold.
We claim that If catching cold could
be avoided some of the most danger
.1119 and fatal diseases would never !.
ln-ard of. A cold often forms a cultip ,
bed for germs of Infectious disease.
Consumption, pneumonia, diphtheria
and scarlet fever, four of the most
dangerous and fatal diseases, are of
this class. The culture bed formed by
the cold favors the development of the
germs of these diseases, that would
not otherwise find lodgment. There
is little danger, however, of any of
these diseases being contracted when
a good expectorant cough medicine
like Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is
used. It cleans out these ciWture beds
that favor the development of the
germs of these diseases. That Is why
this remedy has proved so universal
ly successful in preventing pneumonia.
It not only cures your cold quickly,
but minimizes the risk of contracting
these dangerous diseases. For sale by
all good dealers.
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f SAME PLACE j
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did not inrerfere witn my
business, For up-tc-date
shoe reoairiner co to G. W.
Preston'? fW stand, on
i Depot Street, 2
For Tlmt Terrible lulling.
Eczema, tetter and salt rheum keep
their victims In perpetual torment.
The application of Chamberlain's
Salve will instantly allay this Itching
and many cases have been cured by its
use. For sale by all good dealers.
PlneuU. for the kidneys sre little
XoMIJB gmbufea "which act 'frectiy'on
the kidneys. A trial will convince you
of quick results for backache, rheu
matism, lumbago and tired, wornout
feelinr- 3 days' trial $1. They puri
fy the blood. Sold by Silvertham
For Rapid Delivery Seivice
We are in position to do any
kind of transferring. Give us a
trial order. Calls answered day
Day, Red 761.
Night, Black 1271.
m mum ihjured
l l.Ii KNOWN O. K. At X. F.X-
cuni:i:u imuAKs , lkg.
Kngiiirvr TluililuT 1H on Slippery"
riulform at IViulloioti ami Itrokc
Left Leg In l'ortUuul N'tuv.
Sleet on the depot platform, Vas IC"
sponslblo for a serious aeclduni to En
gineer Jack Thatcher, on No. 7, front
Portland, UftUy' Ptlernoon, relatus
the Pendleton Tribune-. Am the train
pulled into the local depot, Thatcher
stepped off the engine and slipping," on
some snow or Ice, fell and broke his"
The o. It. & X. physician. Dr. F. W.
Vincent whs summoned at once, and
the unfortunate man was takeii to Ht.
Anthony's hospital, where every care
is being given him. Assistant Super
intendent CampheU of the O. R. & X.,
accompanied the man to the hospital
and will have his private car here to
day to remove him to Portland.
Mr. Thatcher Is well known among
the railroad men of La flrtinde.
OFF TO I'KOSSKIt.
HAS GOT THIS MONTH
Two screaming stories by Ellis
Parker Butler and Lindsay Denison,
each racing to see which will bump
your funny bone hardest.
One tragedy that will grip your
And articles by Russell, Paine and
Dickson that cut deep into things.
1001 OUT F01 EVEITBODT'S TE1S
MONTH. THE CAT IS BACK
merhlnR TRW ar;3 ifrjn'.y tn ia
NEWLIN BOOK & STATIONERY CO.
For expert piano tuning;, see Thomat
Rs A. West Has Sen'iiml a Number or
(enlraet-. in a-hio;;loii.
.Mr. and Mrs. II. A. West, who have
In en .spending the past two weeks in
southern Washington, returned homo
ye:-t. relay. .Mr. Wist states, "If uii
ant to see new houses and Improve
ments, .fnsi visit the cities of Yakima,
i'rnsser -Mid other lilies i thai vicin
ity in Washington, where the irrigation
rojecls ale being developed."
Mr. West li.is made ariatim niepts
t,i s'lip hN litrs.. well-drilling outl'il
v ! b h ;(- lieen in Pendb t-.n. to
Prosser, where he secured a number!
f eentlie ts to drive wells. (1. 1'.
riecker will have chargi' of ib
here during Mr. Wt st's nbsene, . v.-"iicli
;.i all prubabillty will b. gi eater
t.avt of 'he summer.
NEWEST MOTION PICTURES
!'A Tip on the Derby"
3 Performances Nightly ' .at 7:i6 8:15 and 9:15
MATINEES Wednesday and Salur3ay & 3 P. M
CHANGE PROGRAM Monday, Wednesday and Friday
This is a common form f muscular
-b.fvmot'.r.m. So Interna! trrttmrr.t !f-j
"Xi?Firt i naili lawn's '"Tri5
ment freely three timf-s a day and k
quick cure '.a certain. This liniment
has proven especially valuable for
nuscular rheumatism. Sold by all
b. w. mm
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