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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (May 21, 1909)
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For rent with an experienced driver
Makes deli clous hot biscuit,
griddle cakes, rolls and muffins.
The only Baking Powder
Made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar
U blCit lUMi 0)S!VlU tbe UmI, of AnUtic 'rmmetrj. There
are do weaknesses to mar and stand
oat as glaring Imperfections. It has
bad an eight years success on both
ides of the Atlantic. It will be one
of the season's successes here too. If
signs do not fail.
rHhei Dally txtept aaj.t.
GtOEGE JL tl'SST.
EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR.
CJte Tress Telegraph .Vrtlre.
Daily, single copy..... 5c
Daily, per month ; Large! Mgg ;ia ( The Slate
Daily, six months in adrance $3.50 J
Dally, one yesr in advance HZQ I
weeuy, six months la advance... T'c
Weekly, one year in advance $1.00
TERT l.ie;e MG.
Belag Painted in La Grande.
( When the stun now being paiuted on
the npper rlass froat of h pnni'a
Ketsred at the postoffice at La Grande J store Is completed, that esiablisftnient.
as second-class matter. 'affording to Mr. Brown, who is do-
vapr.i w 01 uut pumiihii any
article appearing oyer a notn de
aluree. FJgned articles will be re
eeired subject to the discretion of the
Mitor.. Please sign your articles and
Display ad. rates furnished opon ap-
Loral reading notices 10c per If tie
fcrst Insertion; Ic per line for each
Resolution of condolence. 5c a line.
Cards of thanks. U- a linn.
.EWH .ILL THE mii!.
The day rapidly, is approaching
When It will be Jnj;c.S8iMj for the civ
ilized human being to get out of touch
with or escape from the news of the
world for any major fraction of tweo-fy-four
hours, unless he hides in some
the palming, v;Il hethe larg
est sign on glass, in the state, and the
largest that the painter has ever
seen. Aluminum paint is facing used,
and the silver effect, with the bright
red outline, glvrs a very striking effect.
Seating capacity is five passengers with
cne and three with the other. Service is
the best and prices right Inquire of
HOME PHONE 1322 PACIflCfcTATES BKACK 241
RESIDENCE RED 481 - -
Observer Want Ads Pay
New Lot Just In
City ' Grocery and Bakery, I
Belt Phone Main 75 Independent 241:
One fresh Jersey cow. ( 3
Black 1571. or call on ! 3
i nomas . tiarris. isos U. street.
ft'ANTKD Ladies shoes to shine. Any
color, excellent workmanship. Leave
orders at Foley House barber shop.
Special Sale Satnrday.
Sweeping reductions in fashionable
mllliiiery. Note the prices.
Next Saturday Mrs. 1 Smith will
have a special millinery sale at her
emporium Adams avenue.
Ill go for $1.98.
remarkes the Chh ao Record-Herald. ' bal" for iU'
The ocean no loZger offers a haven hat" for 'M
of refuge fur those who would put the ' (aU and 8ge them
happenings at home and abroad out
of mind for a brief spell, and it is no
barrier to those who are anxious to
, n? w,th affair without missing!
j a single day. - -:
, iMily hewspapera cn shipboard are
' not exactly a new thing, but It is o.l 4
recently that the news-gathering ser- '
vice of the world has been l;i'.cd sys-1
tetnatlfally at the dUisal of sea
farers through wlrclens telegraphy..,!
" One of the wireless telegraph com-
, panies now traismlfs messages of the .
Vnited Press and of t'te loa-li-.g
foreign news gathering agencies to
twenty-seven trans-Atlantic steamers,
the same appearing in dally papers
aboard the vessels bearing the uni
form nrne of the Atlantic Ially News.
The iV'ws Is transmitted from Ion;,
distance stations on Cape Cod: at Clif
den, Ireland, and Poldhu on the Kn
glish (Ciiiat. Part of the paper, thiif
containing mlHcellaneous matter.
Stories, etc.-Is printed ashore, some
thing illilet'-iit for each day of the
voyage, while the editor aboard sh'p
edits the 'dispatches and the personal
and ot'ier "l'M-al" news of the vessel,
which Is set up and primed to be rem!
while Ktill as fresh as the news
pearins in contemporaries published
In the home cities of the passengers.
With department stores, dally news
papers end other innovations a bond
the cM-e.-iii steamers of the present dnj
a trip to Kurope is (or many city
dwellers what might be called "t rav
eling without leaving home."
PANT AGES CIRCLIT.
ftrande's Foremost Vaode- ;
S. A. r.AKDIMER. 3Ianager.
Week beginning May 17. -MiB
Malwd Johnston, lady ven-
Arnick & Marez, singing, dan- J
cine, talklne ami music.
' Matinee, Tuesday, Tliursday
and Saturday. Adults, matinee: T
10c; children, under 12 years. ,
"J 5c. Evening prices, 10 and l"c. i
Give and Take
Kind that mak
es life worth
5 W VI I I
WHEN IT COMES TO
We Guarantee the
Purity of alll Drugs
WE ARE SHOWING THE NEW
EST THINGS IN CLOTHES,
SHOES, HATS AND
1 C. C PENINGTON & CO.
HILL5 DRUQ JTOREi
LA GRANDE, OREGON
Gomplete equipment for resetting and repairing
rubber buggy tires.
LA GRANDE IRON WORKS
D. FITZGERALD. Proprietor
Complete Machine Shops and Foundry
IB i-WITTm -.1. rr. W. 1. !" WJfl g
BOY WANTS WORK aged !: on
farm city. Phone RedU2.i.VlS-2:!j
Puffs, Switches, Rats
Psyches and Rolls
Three Sncri'hfiil Yenri.
Some stage olTerings die the Hist
year. Others Inst two years, but it Is
not frequently that they are presented
to the public for a period Innner than
threw years. .These nie regarded nst
plays of unusual strength- "A Mes
sage From Murs." 'which will be pre
sented here at the Stewiml. Ims a
record of three consecutive years i:
Ionilon. two ('onstcutlve yeurs III the
city of New. York, three years In the
litrgei cities of the ' lilt -.1 St.-ttew.
In 1907 the Merchants
t n i
f tfrt flflf) hi rarrvinn a narf T
of their Insurance in their
t own company, the Oregon
t Merchants Mutual Fire As
t surance Association, of
f ADAMS A V F.N IT H 2
SEASON OPENED AT I
n i inna
uaywn, vregon. in i?vo x
X they will save $15,000.
During the same period t
f their neighbors were hand-
t n crA nnn ;
nroffcfn nuttiti? rnmnanies
In the Oregon Merchants t
Mutual you get:
INSURANCE AT COST
A LIMIT TO YOUR LIAEIL- t
PhUIiik i tot.il of .-ii;ht yen is. Thin.
It) Vilt'-f. I' ll tht ::t"t.'.' I til s,iedid
l:ie: lt .-. r,t. ortlJu'v.
The pet-rortiiant'A of "A MessftK
Vrum Macs" In nil ltrt ih 'tails besra I
DO IT NOW. GET AN
Saves Time, Work and Money
Five Days Free Trial
I. W. OLIVER, Agent
ft! IIIPV M a
N. K. WEST. Pres.
Wm. MILLER, Vice Pres.
T. J. SCR0CCIN. Cash
H. E. CCOLIDCE, Asst. Cash
ADDIN NEW ACCOUNTS
We are constantly adding new accounts and
our business is increasing at a very satisfact
ory rate Probably you might" te glad Jand
United States National Bank
Of La Grande
N. K. West
E. P. Stzples
C. T. Bacon
F'. f". Ccclidge
J. L Cavines
A, L hill
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