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EYEMXG OBSERVER, 1A GRANDE, OREGOX. SATXRDAY, AriUL 17,
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! DRILLING I
There are several kinds
of drilling but the ; kind
the kind tr.at makes ihe
farm pay is the drilling
I which makes water avail
able. There is no need
of a dry farm. The task
is not so great as you
may think. I have had
years of experience, and
understand the well busi
: D. M. HUNT I
LA GBANDE. OREGON
DO YOU KNOW:
The idea is to keep your teeth in a normal condition and
this cannot be done without the aid of a dentist. This is a
age when it is possible to keep the natural teeth until the
time comes.when you no longer need them, provided you
look aiter them in time. Modern methods of : treatment
make this possible. Remember nothing can quite take the
place of the natural.
Do not think because a tooth has an abcess at the root that you must lose it. In a large ,
majority of cases it can be saved. Be reasonably sure that your Dentist knows his busi
ness. A college training on theory is absolutely necessary if the best service is to be ren
dered. Practice is good but theory worked out i::to practice is better. , My motto is "The
Greatest Good to the Greatest Number."
I E STEVENSON, D. D. S.
that your title is gocd?
An abstract will tell you
all about it and it may be
tc your advantage to have
one made. You cannot
afford to take chances.
La Grande National Bank I
i Merchants! Save 1
In 1907 the Merchants t
Oreaon saved over 1
t $10,000 by carrying a part 1
t of their Insurance in their i
own company, the Oregon x
Merchants Mutual fire As- $
surance Association, of i
Dayton, Oregon. In 1908
they will save $15,000.
4 During the same period
their neighbors were hand-
1 ing over $1,500,000 in
profits to outside companies J
t h the Oregon Merchants
Mutual you get: t
INSURANCE AT COST
A UMIT TO YOUR UAB1L- t
DURIMC MARCH and APRIL
from all part3of the East
OftlGOM SHORT 1INE
RAILROA & NAVIGATION CO.
i 33. from Chicago
$30 50 f oiii St. Louis
$25. from Omaha
$25 fro n Kansas City
Correspondingly low from all other
To the Public
in the east and tell them about these
Write letters to everybody you know
low colonist rates. Send them litera
ture, about Oregon, or send their ad
dresses to us and we will do it. In
this way you can be a great help in
the growth and progress of your Btate.
You Can Prepay
for any one from any placo If you
want to. Deposit the necessary amount
with our local agent and he will tele
graph ticket promptly.
Inquire of Agents or write to
General Passenger Agent
The Oregon Railroad & Navigation Co
Southern Pacific Co. (Lines in Oregon)
The first venture by the high
school literary societies to ' give a
winning program proved a huge suc
cess last evening when a program
such as Is given semi-monthly dur
ing Friday afternoons. The limited
space In ' the assembly hall wag tak
en up by friends of the students and
of students, too, who were anxious
to help their society along. Prac
tically as announced In the Observer,
the vocal and Instrumental rendl
Hons, orations, essays, readings and
hieh school papers followed each
with its own special attractiveness.
There was nothing dull during the
time required to render the program,
which, as carried out as follows:
Selection High School orchestra.
"Outlook for '09 Track Team" Joe
Vocal Duet Greta Jackson, Henry
First Part of High School Paper
Violin Solo Marble Green.
Recitation Roy Rice.
Selection High School Quartet.
Efcaay Joe wmamson.
Piano Duett Hilda Anderson Rbena
Vocal Duet Ray Williams, Sanford
.Piano Solo Lillian Baker.
Selection High School Quartet.
Oration Ivy Williams.
Second Part of High School Paper
Clarinet Solo David Stoddard.
Selection High School Orchestra, j
The total receipts oyenoppea inn
$20 mark and will be used to send
athletes to the various meets of the
Treasurer's Call for County Warrant,
i Notice in hereby given that the un
dersigned treasurer of Union county,
Oregon, has funds o,n hand with which
to pay all county warrants that were
endorsed by the treasurer prior to the
first day of April, 1907. No Interest
allowed on the above warrants after
March 21, 1909.
3-22-tf , JOHN FRAWLET,
Treasurer of Union County, Oregon.
J. B. WEAVER, Prop.
Fruit, shade and or
Sherbs and Roses.
and other small fiuit
SEND FOR PRICE
UNION, ORE. .
A . f'f'.V
ONE COURT READY.
Teunls Will tome to Lite Next Week
For Long Season.
It is very likely that one of the
Zalsonquln tennis courts will be
ready for players late tonight. Dur
ing the week repairs have been made
of th courts, until today It
isin shape to be used. It will re
quire another week's time to perfect
the other court.
Such being the case next week will
find the raquet artistics out limber
ing up stiff joints for the season
j which promises to see several tour
I nanujntB between the local and out
i side players, and also a fast home
tournament later In the year.
SHE'S A QUEEN) SHE'S A SIREN!
Is an expression that Is always heard at sight of a
Well deve jd woman. If you are flat-cheated,
vilh 131' undeveloped, a srawny neck, thin, lead
arm' remark, will never be applied to you.
"&W . .' wafers will make you beautiful, bewitch
Ink They DEVELOP THE BUST In a week from
S to 6 Inches and produce a fine, firm, voluptuous
bosom. They fill out the hollow places, make the
arms handsome and well, modeled and the neck
and shoulders shapely and of perfect contour.
Send for a bottle today and you'll be pleased and grateful. "SI
REN" wafers are absolutely harmless, pleasant to take, and convenient
to carry around. . They are sold under guarantee to do all we claim
or MONEY BACK.
Price $1.00 per bottle. Inquire at good drug stores er send DI
RECT TO US. .
FREE. During the next 80 days only we will send you a sam
ple Jjottle of these beautifying wafers on receipt of XOc to pay cost of
packing and postage If you mention that you saw the. advertisement In
this paper. The sample alone may be sufficient If the defects are
DESK 4. ESTHETIC CHEMICAL CO.. 31 W. 125th ST., XEW YORK.
"Tastes LiKe Maple"
SaldaswMtllttl lrl wbn tried !ton
bat cakea. It UtM Ilk maple on all
kiada ol bread and cake.
la a deNdoo btond o Rnr Can
Srrvp, Oon brrap. Hooey and
Toarvrooar baa n-eak bin today
bo ke ft cot-oat WUdAaHnale tree. II
TV Tkt Tnrlt MapU Syraj C.
A 156 acre tract near Central Poin'.,
30 acres in orchard, sold for $27.00'),
was bought a few months ago 'of
i New ana ciasn.c sheet music just in
! at Newlin Book & Stationer) Co.4-13-19
hereby given that the
i Notice Is
! undersigned has filed her ' final ac
count as administratrix of the es
tate of H. D. Drake. Deceased, In
' the County Court of the State of
'.' Oijegbff ix.r Thiiii Catiirtrv and said
! Court has fixed Tuesday, the 4th day
j of May. 1909 at the Court House In
! t . n-.nitA I'nlnn County. Oregon, as
the time and place for hearing any
and all objections thereto and the
final settlement of the same.
AFTON H. DltAKS,
ArtnlnlFtratrlx of paid wstate.
just received. All
colors. Formula on
each can. You take
no chances in buying
Carter White Lead
Standard the world
over. Gave satisfac
tion years ago and
gives universal satis
New designs, and our
pri.e will appeal to
James A. Bugg
DAILY OBSERVER 65c a Month
A GOOD RcGORD
We have conducted a laundry business in
La Grande for many years. There must
be a reason. A trial order will explain
A. B. C. Laundry
PHONE MAIN 7
DAILY OBSERVER 65c a Month
KI 8TMiNCili..U, .
AUCTION EE It.
Sale cried on short notice. 4
Satisfaction guaranteed. 4
No extra charge for distance.
LA GRANDE ... OREGON 4
Route No. S 'Phone No. IMxt 4
Our Ox Bloods, Tan Oxford 6 Pumps
We are prepared to give you a perfect fit, as we
have the largest line of lasts and widtns.to select
from in the city for $3.5 O
We Have a Complete Line of Hosiery
Smith & Greene,
Repairing lleally Done
I. W. OLIVER, Agent
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