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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 22, 1909)
OTENINQ OBSCnVER, LA GRANDE. PRECOX. MONPAr, FEDRPARY . 10.
OF HOUSE FURNISHINGS
1 . A. 1
Wc arc overcrowded in our new brick corner store and must sacrifice these
splendid goods to make room for our Spring stock soon to arrive
We have some attractive things in room furnishings, comfortable
chairs and bookcases
$5.00 to $25.00
STOVES AND RANGES
We have 23 ranges on which' we will make, you 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 lor wood or
coal, 16 inch oven, high closet and end shelf for cash' only $25.75
$56.60 Acme Steel Range, extra heavy fire box lined, duplex grate,
wood or coal, 20 inch overhigh closet, flush reservoir, porcelain lined,
We guarantee this range for 10 years. A bargain at our price $45.00
$60.00 Blue Steel Improved Gascade Range, 22 inch oven, duplex
grates, extension broiler device, large warming closet, flush reservoir
irtrifl f rimmlnf3 This is a lar2re ransre suit- .'
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able for farms and boarding nouses wnere -d-panty is ioueu auu t
We are leaders in low prices on floor coverings
Beautiful designs in carpet at 35c to 70c, worth from 60o .
to $1.00. - ; '
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 . V
Alexander Smith & Sons best Axminster Rug,.36x72 in., worth $6.50
our sale price.$4.l5
Imported Scotch Brussell Rugs, 9x12, $16.50 values at $10.90
We have a large assortment of Ingrain Rugs at from $3 00 to 512.00
We have several second hand Ranges and Stoves in excellent shape
at $5!oo to $20.00 ; .;' ; " :-'
WANTED $500.00 worth of Second Hand. Goods. We pay highest
cash price or will take in trade.
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3 Dtmtm k A' UNE STORE ONLY. New Brick, Corner Fir Street and Jefferson Avenue. Phone Black 641
3 Remember: one store only.
Cliambcrluin's Cough Iteruedy the Most
Popular Ifcx-uuse If Is the eBst.
"I have sold Chamberlain's Cough
Tlemedy for the past eight years and
find It to be one of the best selling
.medicines on the market. For babies
;and young ch'ildren there Is nothing
"better In the line of cough syrups,"
.says Paul Allen, Plain Dealing, La.
This remedy not only cures the coughs,
-colds and croup so . common among
young children, but Is pleasant nd
afe for them to take. For sale by all
Colds contracted at his season of
the year are quickly relieved , with
.Bees Laxative Cough Syrup. Its laxa
tive quality rids the system of the cold.
Pleasant to take. Best for children
jfor coughs, colds, croup and whooping
cough. Sold by Silverthorn
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BURGER and SEVERSON
La Grande, Ore. Phom $
Real Estate and
Loans, Fire and
N. B. Long Distance Col
lection a Specialty
OVER NEW UN DRUG CO.
i Merchants! Save
2 ' In 1901 the Merchants
Z of Oregon saved over
Z $10,000 by carrying a part
Z of their Insurance in their
Z own company, the Oregon
Z Merchants Mutual Fire As
Z surance Association, of
t Dayton, Oregon. In 1908
$ they will save $15,000.
Z During the same period
f their neighbors were hand
Z ing over $1,500,000 in
profits to outside companies
In the Oregon Merchants
Z Mutual you get:
t INSURANCE AT COST
t A LIMIT TO YOUR LIABIL
PROMP TSETTLEMENT OF
J. W. OUVER, Agent
A Common Cold. . '
We claim that If catching cold csuld
be avoided some of the most, danger
ous and fatal diseases would never be
heard of. A cold often forms a culture
bed for germs of Infectious diseases.
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 culture 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. 1
I While You Wait
I The best equipped shoe
j repairing establishment
f in Eastern Oregon. The
Z only Flemming shce
stretfthe'r in TTninn rnnn-
ty. Same old stand-the J
Preston Shoe store. .
R. Plant J
For That Terrible IK-Iilng.
Eczema, tetter Aid 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.
Plneules for the kidneys are little
golden globules which act directly on
the kidneys. A trial will conviace yon
of quick results for backache, rheu
matism, lumbago, and tired, wornout
feeling. SO days' trial $1. They puri
fy the blood. Sold by Silverthorn
For Rapid Delivery Seivice
We are in position to do any
kind of transferring. Qive us a
trial order. Calls answered day
'Phones: . .
Day, Red 7J1.
Night, Black 1271.
LOW RflTf S
IF YOU'VE COT
a little more money than you need
for evcry-day uses, that's liable to
find it way to Wall Street some
time "for goodness sake' in
vest 1$ cents of it in the March
EVERYBODY'S and find out
how much chance you've go: in
the big fellows game."
Your I J cents will pay you back
Already sufficient applications have
been received by the exhibits depart
ment of the A. T. P. , exposition to
more than fill eevry building on the
What is classed by railroad officials,
and in fact will be the greatest colo
nist rate period in the history of the
development of the west will com-
two months. La Grande- boosters
ladies and children Included have a
broad field this spring, for the chief
characteristic of the colonist rates Is
the fact that the rates read to any city
in Oregon at the same rate that Port
land tickets are quoted. The rates
are now lower than usual, but the
universal arrangements makes them
of special Interest. Letters written to
friends in the east from La Grande
can as well carry an Invitation that
will bring results no doubt, In many
cases. Colonists have in the past gone
on to Portland in all Instances, as
tickets read to that terminal. Hun
dreds and thousands will pour through
the Huntington gateway the coming
two months, and La Grande and Union
county will benefit by the Influx, as
the fruits of exhaustive literature sent
broadcast will now commence to assert
Ask Gentral for phene Black 1251 when you
xj: want to sell or buy and you will get ED. .
PROPEGK, Second Hand Dealer
Daily Observer, 65c per Month
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If iiiit-iiess l fitting. La Grande to
day honured the memory "t George
Washington apiroprl"t"V. The schools
enjoyed a holiday, furtories were Idle,
banks were closed. iostoffice employes
were given half holidays, the court
house was closed, and In fact, every
department of industry and week-day
thrift wag more or less taken In by tl.e
In the circuit court," the wheels of
justice rested today, too.
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