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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (April 17, 1909)
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Makes the finest, most delicious bis
cuit, cake and pastry; conveys to food
the most healthful of fruit properties.
Free to You and Every 8 Fa tor But
erlng from Woman's Allmonts.
I am woman.
' 1 know woman's lutTarlngi.
I have found the our.
w.'il rr?1 ',ny t . y !
Mil with full uiatruoUouatoany anfferer f ruin
woman 'ailment. I want to tell al women about
thla curv-fM, my naalor, lor yonraelf, your
daughter, yuur mother, or your abler. I want to
Ml you now to cure yournulrai at home with
out the help of a doctor. Men .ami undoratand
worawn's luffetiiiKi. What wewoiucn know ton
isirlaata, w know better than any doctor. 1 1
kuow that my'home treatnieut In aaf and aura
euro for Iwcoitlwu ar Wbituk diKhir,a, Wctnlloa. Oil- '
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1 Hiuit to aeud you coaoliti Hi itft tratfmal ;
tdlkti frt to prove to you that you can cure '
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!' jour worn or oociiaion. JW Mfn (M aural!, eii nie Dow you
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nt home, fcv. ry wnnmitxhouid have 1(. and h arn to think foi ktmrf. 'f hen when thedooror
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GEOUOE II. i XKREY.
BD1T0R AND PROPRIETOR.
I'aitcd rroim Telrgraib Scrvlm
Pkily, slugle copy 5c
I)atly, per month ;r.c
Daily, six uiontba in advance $.1.50
Daily, one year in advance $6.50
Weokly, aix moutlia iu advance. 7:'c
Weokly, one year In advance $1.00
Bntered nt the poutollk-e at La Grande
as second -c I fi mutter.
This paper will not pulilish any
THtlcie appearing over a iiom lu
plume. SlBued articles will be re
ceived subject to the dincretion of the
ditor. Please sign jour articles and
Display ad, rates furnlBhud ujion ap
plicatlon. Local reading notices 10c per line
tlrst insertion; 5c per line for eucli
Resolution of condolenct, 5c a line.
Cards of thanks, 5c a line.
ling your name.
The club is doing heroic work give.
it your assistance financially and
otherwise. We must reach the 10,000
mark within the next three years and
j now Is the opportunity to lay the
foundation that will bring this to pass.
t We all know what a single family
can accomplish working toward a
common end. This city is now work
lug loyally without dlsseution of any
kind, keep the good work going and
we will surprise ourselves what the
future has In store for us. There Is
a proper time for everything, and this
Is the time to Inaugurate a forward
The oldest hotel in the Willamette
valley and which was in its day the
grandest enterprise of the kind in the
stnte, known for many years as the
Clientt-keta, and of late years as the
Willamette hotel, Is verbally reported
sold to a 'syndicate of Salem capi
talists for $:i7.000.
The O. n. & S. has purchased a new
depot site at Uaker City and will erect
a depot building. The company puid
$16,1100 for the ground. Tho new pas
senger depot will he a little north
of the present station.
ou muni no an t.-i ntin," you enn U Ule for yourxif. TbotiHaiKla of women liareotired
niiirul or irregular Metutriuitloii ia youutf ttmlh-j, I'liuiipnoMa and health always reaulta from
herT. r yon lire I ran rofcr you to liullM of yonr own locality who know and will gladly
ton any mtni n-r t hat tlili Hum Tnalimlreully curat ull wonien'iidlM-Bsin. and mak women well,
i-troiiff, plumu and ruhiiht. Juil Mnf a, rsar adtlmi. and the free teudny -treat mentuiyonrs.alBO
if book. Write to-dny. as you inav not . ti:U offer aaraln. Addr.m
Vss. m. summers, Box h - Notrt) Dame, Ind.a U.S.A.
Nineteen hundred and nine has ev
ery promise of the beginning of a new
ra for La Grande. Fellow reader, did
you consider the struggle every city
makes-to secure her first eight or ten
thousand population? We are In the
midst of tl)l struggle, at this present
time, Few realize what a trnsltion
would take place could we Increasu
. cur present population 20(10. There
n1s every reason to bellve that we will
have 2000 more within the next three
W". Pyirything polios (o it. W'15
iVe striking oil one nroject at this
time which if successful and success
Js -written upon every move, that will
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kHJ IUU tU...h..W.. .u. u......
)wo thotiBund and that is the Irrigation
project. Our people are aroiiBed 1o
the posibililles, our business men and
Jantf owners are working enthusias
tically to secure It. It has been a
cnnniaign of educaiion for several
years and in view of the fact of tin
great success Unit has followed Bimilat
tindfrtuklngs Ui a dozen or more coin
Biunitit'S. II is no longer an experi
ment, but a necessity and with such
unnnilty of spirit and purpose we will
succeed. Nothing succevdg like suc
cess and the success of this Irriga
tion project will pave Hie way foi
liiitny improvements that will ininn'ili
atcly follow. The moment tli; ton
tract Is h-t for the ronstrui tion of
the big dam. our people- will lime no
occasion to sock other fields for
Town lots will increase In value.
business bouses will command great-
er rents, farm lands all over the val-
ley will be in demand St prices far '
In advance of what they are now, and
property along the line of the canals
will be cut up and new houses will
.spring up lik- tiiRpl: and v (
ciepled V progressive' '...lople who will
add wealth and t'.nlft to this com
munity. Asldn from this one great enterprise
this year is full of rromlse. Crop con
litions are all that could bo asked
for at this time. Everything that is
' produced la OfttM'd' jtoud valley ts
ured fancy tirires Thlnps could not
be n-.orn hop-jful from any view point, j T
Idaho sheep men are shipping their
clips to a Chicago storage warehouse.
Eastern buyers are paying as hlfrh. as
20 cents for some small lots of wool.
Reports from Sali. Lake indicate
that llarlman will build a cut olf be
tween Twin Falls, Ida., and Wells.
Nev., this summer.
Steps have been taken In Klamath
Falls to have the voters decide upon
a $95,00 bond Issue to build a sew
- 1 '
Wholesale flour In Portland is now
$fi.05 per barrel, higher than before
for many years.
The Albany Commercial club held
i THE EDISON LINE
Yes, we will have anything you wish in the Ed
ison .'ine and everything you can find in the latest
catalogue, March 1 It'-, "Mai ch records are noV
on sale. We hav the.-DoublegL" isc Records for the
small sun of 65 cents eac -Read
what . J. Paderewski, the world's best
Pianoist, has to say in the Music Trades Review
for the Weber Piano. When he says it is best it
must be so.
WE SELL WEBER .A'D ALL OTHER CCOD PIANOS
Irani well Music Cosupany I
PHOttE l-LACK 1071. ADAMS AVENUE 2
Just recieved a new lot of .Swift's Pre- i
nuum Hams and Bacon
See Our Easter Window bis
City Grocery and
Bell P.ione Main 75
meeting and banquet on
All the newest things in wa paper. Pa
per your rooms wiih some of MAXWELL'S
Paints, Oils, Varnish
Japalac and Liquid Veneer
Mood River strawherry growers ex
pect to market fiO.OOO boxes this year.
Harney county men to the number
of 15 have been Indicted for gambling.
j W H. B0HNENKAMP CO
Purity of all Drugs
sold here :
IHLL'5 DRUQ JT0RE
LA GRANDE, OREGON
Complete equipment for
rubber buggy tires.
resetting and repairing
LA GRANDE IRON WORKS
D. FITZGERALD, Proprietor
Complete Machine Shops and Foundry
The Little Shop
000 Main St.
Stamping of all kinds, Includ
ing shirt waists & Center pieces,
dune, embroidery lessons given.
Unlet taken and lessons given
In stenciling. Full line nf em
broidery matei htls.
First-Class ' Re-1
Just one admonition, and that la.
uile the opportunity is tipe and en-
thuslEsm ts at nigt tw. ju i a
ranks. Put your shnuldr to th mbwl .
and help. If you r not already a J
member of the CommercUJ club do rot 7
let another we pass without tnrU- j
AUi WOKK Gt'AR.JTEFD.
A Slioe pirf.rty rt(mlred ia--ortlikHP,
but a procrly r
rMilred Si toe Is ffoort aa new. Iy
work pica and MtbifUn.
Ten Room House, S.'o.ie Foundation, Sj.ic Cellar, Two Bhcks
from Depot, turrished Tbrovcltovt "
One half cash, balance jon two yeatsjitve at 7 per cent interest
SEASON OPENED AT
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ICE CREAM and
I N.K.WEST, Pres. f. j. SCRCCCIN, Cash t
I Wm.MILLER, Vice Pres. H. E. C0CLID6E, Asst. Cash J
THB OLD PRESTON STAND.
wasnmoTON AND TENTH W :CCT
WRITE FOR CATALOG :
Th School that Placet You in a Good Portion
ADDING NEW ACCOUNTS
We are constantly adding new accounts and
our'business is increasing at a very satisfact
ory rate. Probably ycu rright beglad ard
T. J. Scrcggin
A. T. Hill