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IVEMXO OB$ERVC1U LA (JRAXDE, OB KG OX. HKIi:MA V. At'IilL 7, !HU.
active principle, e&fifKTi'Ci
t&VWXW and healthfulncs3,to
Insures wholesome and dell-
cious food for e
in every home
We Want Your Wants
Our Want Ad Column
Your want 11 p'aced before a thousand or mor wantsteker$
very day Can you afford to spend one cent per word of your .
want an whe:e result are the keynotes? '
Foil SALE A 240-egg incubator and
brooder; cheap If taken at once.
'Phone Blue 1331.
KOrt RENT Nicely furnished room,
suitable for lady or gent. Electric
light, bath and fire. Inquire at 1612
Adams avenue or 'phone Red 131.
U Grande Evening Observer
PiklMifd Dully Except Sunday.
UEOJttiE Jl. (TKREY.
EDITOR AM) PROPRIETOR.
foiled Press Telegraph Mitt ire.
Pally,' single copy 5c
Daily. ier montli (i.io
Daily, six months in advance $:j.r,0
Daily, one year In advance ?fi.r0
Weekly, six months in advance. . . 7,1c
Weekly, one year in advance $1.00
Tfufei'C'l nt the potuoitii.-e t Lit Grande
as. second-class matter.
This paper will not publish uny
article appearing oyer a noiu de
piume. Signed articles will he re
ceded subject to the discretion of the
editor. Please sign your articles anil
Display ad. rales furnished upon ap
plication. Local reading notices 10e per line
first Insertion; ,1c per line for each
ubsequent Insertion. , ,
Resolution of condolence, 5c a line.
, Cards of thanks, 5c a line.
AS OTHERS SKI: I S.
pressed brick? No teacher who works
in that beautiful building will ever
get $7 a day for work, unless condi
tions change or unless boys and girls
become of greater value than bricks,
L. R. Travor In Oregon, Teachers
BUT LITTLt OBSERVANCE
OF ARBOR DAY FRIDAY
The La Grande schools will no'
pay anymore than ordinary attention
to Arbor day this year, ami aside from
;erhap8 a program In the different
lower gritjd rooms or a talk by the
tciicheis, the day will ba as all other
days. The reason for this is that the
grounds surrounding the permanent
buildings are already planted with
trees in all nvailable space,' and all
the Improvements necessary on the
grounds have already been made.
FOR KENT A 6 -room house la good
condition; large clothes closet and
pantry; garden, chicken prk; good
cellar; convenient to shops. 'Phone
Red 1921 or call at 1316 Jackson
Ave., North La Cranio. S-Jtf
20,000 IN LATE TAX MONEY
A Portland editor saw the Grande.
It mile valley recently, and says: "Who
cau estimate the possibilities of the
Grande Bond'! valley, blessed .with al
uiogt boundless fertility, withu climate
where the nun shines alomst the year
round, where the water Hows Into it
from every direction, where nearly the
entire area can be irrigated, where
grain iUi'1 vegetables and fruit, ex
cept the citrous, can lie raided to the
greatest perfection who can estimate
what the next quarter of a century
, . . t - )',
ft 111 BlUlt. III. I. ... '.,
Pacific Christian Advocate.
Not Ioiik ago in a city or Oregon,
which contained 11,000 people, a
beautiful high school building was
cietks In the otfee of t.h
are very busy these day
care of the taxes that are
in through the mails. Many
property owners waited until the last
day before mailing their money In
and about $20 nnO Is now on hand. The
Inst turnover before October will be
made about the IhhI or the week, and
will probably amount to about $:!0.-000.
For expert piano tuning, see Thotna.'
FOR RENT Nice, cheerful, sunny
room for rent to gentleman, facing
east on Fourth-street; close In; mod
ern conveniences. Call at Observer
FOR SALE Two 10 four acres o
suburban property, well Improved
PhoneBlack 1532. or m E. W
Kammerer, 2004 Adams avenue,
Land for Sale. '
40 acres of fruit, garden or alfalft
land for sale cheap If taken soon. C
D. Huffman; R. F. D. 2. La Grande.
I'OR SALE Twenty h. p. Reo, In
good condition. Inquire at Lilly
Foster hardware store. 3-23tf
FOR SALE OR TRADE A younf
Clydesdale stallion. J. E. Reynolds,
'phone Black 602, or Farmers, ll.
FOR RENT Five-room house, hot
and cold water, good lawn. Corner
Madison and Fir. 'Phone Black 1231.
FOR SALE Portable sawmill with 2l
h. p. boiler and 20 h. p. engine. In
good running trim. Inquire at cor
ner North street and V avenue. H
A. Bishop. 3-19-2I
FOR RENT Furnished room for FOR SALE Single comb Rhodo
rent, with bath, with or without!
hoard. 'Phone Black 822. Mrs.'
Edna Swart. 3-l9tf i
FOR RENT Three furnished rooms
for housekeeping. Inquire of Mrs.
tf. C. Zuber . ?-25tf
I'OR RENT Six room house on North
Fourth st. not far from saw mill.
Inquire lOiiO Deuton ave. North end
of Ash st. 3-30 4-1
FOR RENT Furnished room close In.
Phone RED 71 1. 3:30-4-0
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST Between 1114 Wash. Ave. and
depot a" black laco collar; medallion
stick pin and a turquoise brooch
Finder please return same to 1114
Wash. Ave. and receive reward.
LOST A small black purse with si.
ver and jewelry. In this city las'
night. Finder leave at this office.
Island Reds, hatching eggs. None
better In Grande Ronde Valley,
come and see. $150 per setting of
15. $3 for 45. All Infertll eggs re
placed free of charge. Incubator
chlkens $20 per 100. George Wag
ner, Island C'ty.
FOR RALE Seed potatoes, fancy
hand selected. Large and smooth.
Quality A 1; seed strictly pure.
Burping extra early $2 per J00; late
Rose $1.75; Netted Gems, late, $1.75
Burbank seedling $1.30.. George
Wagner, Island Cly.
FOR SALE 8 room house with 1 lot,
or Vi block of ground, will rent or
trade for land, cattle or horses. Mar
tin Larson, 904 3rd st. 3-31-4-6
WANTED Horses for pasture, $3 pei
month. Hay feed and run to straw
Inquire of J. E. Reynolds.
? rtinr iinmiT iii tirmrc
BLUt PlUUFIIAIll nUUL
planned to cost $75,000. The building
was finished. The architect gave the
people of that it y a modern structure,
l-nrpe, well lighted rooms, a perfect
system of ventilation, a tine assembly
room these are a few of the good
qualities of the building. The outside
will was made or New-berg pressed
fcrick. These bibk are expensive, but
the exterior of th-i building proves
the wisdom of hoosinsri..l. partb ulitf
kiud of brick. It Is said by those who
know that tlieie is no finer lmihiuu
In the entile Northwest.
The aribttect of this heauMful pres
sed brick building received ft.'H'O for
l.i ,,l.i,u lie did his olk vve',1. lie
earned every dolUr ii;i(d him tor bis :
work. Me received $.'.". per day for
his time. 1 noticed a lu i k mason at j
work laying a small number of pre
sod brick each day. It seem.-d to me .
that he worked veiy slowly -very
carefully; he did bis work well. For!
laying some few doien brl. kv lie re
ceived $7 per day. 1 am suie that he
earned his money. A plumber was j
working with some pipe, solder, a few
tools and a plan . he receiv ed $.'. per j
day. A teacher possessing training, j
Skill, culture and experience, was
given the rare and training of soli.e j
- forty boys an 1 girls; tbe Auvite'i!-:-.: '
pends upon her influence and tea. h- j
Jng; she receives imi - per
't her work. The man who '.ad
of a few deweu pre- .a brick
... , v. ' ' -h U of greater
T. J. CRAY, Prop
FOCND On Valley Ave.,' ottweer.
Alliance mill and McAlist' r farm, j
pair of spectacles lr leather cae
Owner can have same by calllny
this office and paying cbargeu. 2 i ,
Get your Easter raids now at
WANTED Experienced man wants
position as gardner. Spading, seed
ing gardens and repairing lawns a
specialty. Address "A,' 'Observer.
Fresh Vegetables by Express I
the '7V;'-- I " "
Best . . V . ; ?
Potatoes ,. : ;: :
Grown in ' " ' ' ' '
. Grande . , ... ,, , ' s
iYane'y" . :f I
City Grocery and Bakery, i
E. PCLACK, Prop " '
Bell Piione Mafn 75 Indccendcnt 241
WHEN IT COMES TO
We Guarantee the
Purity of all Drugs
sold here : : :
HILL'S DRUQ JTORE
LA GRANDE, OREGON
Gomplete equipment for resetting and repairing
rubber buggy tires.
. LA GRANDE IRON WORKS
D. FITZGERALD, Proprietor
Gomplete Machine Shops and Foundry
Board by the week
$5.00 and up
One block from depof.
ONLY HOUSE IN WL
WO.Vf DO IT.
Don't think you can not own this 2
acres with good 3 room house, wood
house, cellar, small barn, new wind
mill, '-jacre In strawberrlt-s to bear
this year, 4 "fro "' planted to po
tatoes, good land, because you can,
If you will try. For full particulars
see La Grande Investment Co. S::t0 if
WANTED AT ONCE A strong boy
to learn the bakers trade, Royal
Bakery. . 3-31-if
WANTED Competent assistant wo
man cook at saw mill, 11 miles from
North Powder, no objection to chil
dren, address Mrs. T. Beaumont,
WANTED A first class man to take
care of a stallion for 3 months. J.
E. Reynolds. La Grande, Orcso i.
Phone Black 602. 4-5-4-12
SEASON OPENED AT
JZj J j J ) JQj JT 0
ICE CREAM and
TRY OUR SERVICE
CAN .YOU ?
makeapajmerlcf S 1CC0
on the best, newest, neat
est 5-room cottage in lie
city? Plenty of ground,
lots of fruit, and other im
This place will appeal
to you if you are looking
for something first-class
" close in.
Let us show you over
the property today.
IHe Yun Du)n Cecly (o
STEWARD OPERA HOUSE
Friday, April 9th
John Corts Presents America's Pre-eminent Artist
And a company of surprassing merit
The House of Bondage
A social Drama of the Period
By Seymour Oberrner
PRICES: Orchestra and Orchestra Circle $t. 50;
Dtess Circle $1. Gallery 50c
jl N'K. VIIST, Pre;. T. I. SCRCGOIN, Cash J
j Wm. MILLER, Vice Pies. H. I. COOUDCt, Asst. Cash .
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: ADDING NEW ACCOUNTS I
We are constantly adding new accounts and t
our business is increasing at a very satisfact
ory rate. Probably ycu might-te glad aod
t United States National Bank
jj Of La Grande
L P. Staples
C. 7. Bacon
T. J. Scrogg'm
J. L CS
jf some forty
i ine laying of a few
bo) anJ pl'.H