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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (May 21, 1909)
ETHIHWg ( BSEBTER. LI CRAXPR. OKEG05. 1 BUAV. MAY 21, 1909.
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During the Season 1909
Oregon Railroad & Navigation Co.
o . OREGON SHORT LINE AND
UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD
. from .
Portland, Seattle, Spokane, Tacoma, Walla Valla
and all points on The O. R. & N. line
To OMAHA and Return $60.00
To KANSAS CITY and Return . . . $60.00
To ST. LOUIS and Return. ..... .$67.50
To CHICAGO and Return $72.50
Going transit limit 10 days from date of Bale, final return limit
October 31. ,
On Sale June 2, 3; July 2, 3; August 11, 12. .
To Denver and Return . . . . ; . .$55.00
On Sale May 17; July 1; August 11.
These tickets present some very attractive features In the way
of stopover privileges, and choice of routes; thereby enabling pass-
engers to make side trips to many interesting points enroute.
Routing on the return trip through California may be had at a
alight advance over the rates quoted.
Pull particulars, sleeping car reservations and tickets will be
furnished by any O. R. & N. leal agent, or
WM. McMUBRAY, General Passenger Agent, Portland, Oregon.
A GOOD RfXORD
We have conducted a laundry business in
t La Grandefor many years. There must
a reason. A trial order will explain
j A. B. C. Laundry
1 PHONE MAIN 7 J
You get at our store are made to fit and
wear. Style is combined with comfort. We
guarantee satisfaction in all our shoes. Just
received two good numbers in tan hose. .
Repairing Neatly Done
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George M. Cornwall, publisher of the
Timberman, at Portland, which is one
of the lcauing ueriodlcals of its kind
of the Pacific coast, passed through
La Grande thin morning en route to
Wallowa county where he will make
a hurried tour of inspection. He has
not been In Wallowa county and is
anxloiiH tr lnarn hv first nisrht whnt
; is being done to develope the resour
' ces of that fertile district
He will return in time to attend
the meeting of the White Pine Manu
facturer's Association at Baker City
next Tuesday. Several La Grande and
Uniou couuty lumbermen will also be
present at that meeting.
Will Write up Timber.
While in Wallowa county he will
procure data with which to give an
exhaustive writeup of Wallowa coun
ty's timber in a nearby edition of The
'ijlN Tr.-j Gase of the State vs Stevenson for "Practicing Dentistry
j 'A' .-.; out Fi s: Having Obtained a License Therefor," R. L Lincoln
private pros cutor, and which was carried to the Supreme Court of
the State of Oregon by the District Attorney in the hopes cf getting a
conviction, has recently been dismissed by the Supreme Court and as a
consequence I am a free man. While I regret very .much that tnis
prosecution has cost Union County something over $125.00, 1 am nat
urally gratified to find that 1 was not guilty.
a iutuci umu.
One or two days more only remain
for the local athletes to prepare them
selves for the Eastern Oregon track
and field meet at Pendleton. That they
have a chance and a chance onty to
win the meet. Is considered to be a
fact, but by a peculiar, though desir
able, condition of affairs, it wiil be a
close finish. Baker City has its eight
men, and Pendleton and Cove Its
sprinters. Pendleton has hurdlers too,
but its main strength is in the sprints.
Ontario is strong in the vaulia. AH
these teams mentioned, are enreniolv
profficlent-in the branches mentioned,
and not strong in others. '
The proposition that fa-;fl l a
On the evening of April 26 last, while I was in the east, my office
was burglarized and my record book stolen. For information which
will lead to the arrest ani conviction of the person or persons implicated
I will pay a reward of $100.00 or any other sum necessary. Hereaf
ter I shall be pleased to give any information regarding my prices etc.
to anyone who may be sufficiently interested to call at my office while I.
am present. ; .
' ;' ' Respectfully,
J. E. Stevenson, D. D. S.
Grande Is to compete with the stars
from the various schools and wrest
vtotory 1rrm tfc StT2. If !h tuu
do It, it will nielli that they ha e
to defeat the stars in every event in
which they enter. La Oiwiuie has to
stars, but the greatest riKgretgution of
strlvers for small favors that er
wore a high school penn.mt.
BASD CONCERT FINE.
Good Music, Cold Winds Aud Appre
dative Crowd Intermingle.
Unfortunately for all concerned,
told winds blew and attendance at
the open-air concert by the La Grande
band last evening was unpleasant. But
the band played with a spirit that
cold weather could not dampen, and
strangers in the city were heard to
say that "it was fine music." Not
alone was the music excellent, com
prised as it was of high class rendi
tions, but the new uniforms too, made
a decided hit with the music lovers
The suits are neat and attractive.
It is hoped that the band will again
favor the public with a series of se
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Bad blood Is responsible for most of oux ailments, and when from an
cause it becomes Infected with Impurities, humors or poiaona, trouble in soma
form la sure to follow. Muddy, sallow complexions, eruptions, pimples, etc..
i uuuviou wua unneauny numors which have changed
It from a pure, fresh . stream to a sour, acrid fluid, which forces out its.
Impurities through the pores and glands of the skin. A very common evi
dence of bad blood is sores and ulcers, whlci break out on. the flesh, often
from a very insignificant bruise, or even scratch or abrasion. If the blood
was healthy the place would heal at once; but being infected with Impurities
which are discharged into the wound, Irritation and inflammation are set
up, the fibres and tissues are broken, and the sore continues until the
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excess of acid in the blood, mnking it pure, fresh and healthy, and perma
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ple bottle of these beautifying wafers on receipt of 10c 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
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the best features of present day fashion is the
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