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I- BROKEN LINE SPECIAL
ONLY A FEW OF S
for one line new ladies'
skirts, Chiffon, Panama, light
colors. Value up to $15.00
for one line ladies oxfords.
Black, Tan & Patent Leather
fot full 14 in. Ghiffon and
for long Lisle Gloves $1.25
g Childs Sampson Hose Sup
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for broken line men's work
shoes. All sizes worth up to
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The only baklag powder made
from Royal Crape Cream of Tartar
made from grapes
Royal Baking Powder conveys to food the most healthful of fruit
properties and renders it superior
U-firande tvenina Observe;
PablNbecl Daily . Except Jsandty.
GEORGE H. CUKBEY.
EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR.
United Press Telegraph Sen Ice.
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Daily, per month 65c
Daily, six months In advance.... 13.50
Dally, one year in advance 16.50
Weekly, six months lit advance. . . 7Ec
Weekly one year In advance $1.00
Entered at the postofflce at La Grande
as second-class matter.
This paper will not publish any
article appearing over a nom de
lame. Signed articles will be re
ceived subject to the discretion of the
editor. Please sign your articles and
Display ad. rates furnished upon ap
Local reading notices 10c per line
ftrst Insertion; 5c per line for each
Resolution ot condolence, 5c a line.
Cards of thanks. 5c a line.
Those using poisoned grain to kill
squirrels should be exceedingly care
ful in not placing it in fields where
stock Is permitted. There have been
number of animals poisoned this
spring and several deaths have result
Stockmen report the range In better
condition than for years. The timely
rains is one of the primary causes,
another is the ranges are not over
stocked to the extent they were sev
xal years ago. Bunch grass is report
ed nearly knee high, a condition that
recalls several decades ago before it
was eaten out, the native condition
that prevailed when the white man
first occupied this country.
Jiotlce of Impounded Stock.
Notice is hereby given that on the
14th day ot June, 1909. I took up
while running at large in the city of
Lev Grande, Oregon, the following de
scribed animals, tow it; one dark bav
horse, weighs about 1050 pound,
about 10 years old, branded I. H. on
left shoulder, and J. D. (over bar) on
right thigh. Foretop has been cut o:f,
small aadle mark.
That I Impounded said animal in
the city of La Gradne, Oregon, under
and by virtue of an ordinance there
of, and unless the owner claims and
for Linen Dust Robes, fancy
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in flavor and wholesornenesa.
pays cost of such Impounding and
keeping of 'said animal, at the expira
tion of 10 days from date of this no
tice, I will advertise and sell said
animal as provided by ordinance of
Done and dated at La Grande, Ore.,
this the 15th day of June, 1909.
(J-19-3) Chief of Police.
Words to Freest the 8onL
"Tour son has Consumption. His
case Is hopeless." These apialltrg
words were spoken to Geo. E. Elevens,
a leading merchant of SprlntnM. N.
C. by two expert doctors one a lung
specialist Then was shown toe won
derful nower ot Dr. King's New Dis
covery. "After three weeks use,'
writes Mr. Elevens, "he was as well
as ever. I would not take all the
money In the world for what It did
for my boy." Infalllabla for Coughs
and Colds .Its the safest, surest cure
of desperate Lung diseases o n earth.
Cue and 11.00. Guarantee satisfaction
Trial bottle free. Newlta Dm t
J. ALBERT KENNEDY.
Phone Red 782.
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"Kit Carson" Two Bits Tonight.
Everyone will hsv ch; ziu
"Kit Carson" for the special Satur
day night price of two bits will pre
vail at the Pastime.
This company puts one of the most
exciting shows erer seen here rip
roaring all thru, and their scenery is
some of the handsomest ever painter!
west of the Rockies.
Taylor Mock Co. Monday.
"Back Among our Favorites" is
what the Taylor's have written about
their return engagement at the Pas
time, which opens with "Man of Mys
tery" Monday night.
The morning performance at the
Scenic, following the street parade,
was characteriped by a packed house
The same performance will be pro
, La Grande's Foremost Yandeville
8. A. Gardiner, Manager.
Matinte, Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday. Adults, matinee: 101;
Children under 12 years oil Ec.
Evening prices, 10 and 15c.
Week Commencing June 21.
Wayne, the wizard, asslstted by
' M ile Adele and Company.
Billy Baxter, the black faced
comedian, formerly with Higi
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
MUHTS AND SATllt
A four act Comedy Drama
Prices Nights 60c; Matinee,
All Seats 25 cents.
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BCfcSIJY'S HACK LINE.
r uZ norvice. Day and 4
Night. Hacks furnished for 4
funerais and private parties. 4
Baggage transferred Day and
Stand at Paul's Cigar Store. 4
'Phone Red 241. ' 4
4- Night 'Phone Main 25. 4
J5. lu BCSSET. 4
TO LATE TO CLASSIFY.
FOR SALE Fox terrier, pays JlO.u'i;
C. M. Graham, May Park, phone
Black 1331. (J-25-5-9)
Administrator's Sale of Real Estate.
Notice Is hereby given that the un
dersigned administrator of the estate
of John H. Dillon, dec-eased, under and
by virtue of an order of the County
Court of Union County, Oregon, duly
made and entered on Monday the 14th
day of June, 1909, authorizing and em
powering him so to do, will on and
after the 24th day of July, 1909, sell
at private sale for cash to the highest
and best bidder therefor the following
described real estate belonging to
said estate of John H. Dllllon,
deceased, towit: lots 7 & 8 in block
10 Romig's addition to the town of
La Grande, Union County, Oregon ; lot
5 in block 62 of Chaplin's addition to
the town of La Grande, Union County.
Oregon. The SEK of NW4, the E
of SW and SW4 of NE4 of sec. 34
twp. 1 S. R. 40 E. W. M. and NW of
sec. 14 twp. 3 N. R. 39 E. W. M. In
Union County, Oregon.. Also begin
ning at the SE corner of lot 1 n block
A Lostine, Oregon, running thence
north 100 feet, thence west to the west
line of said lot, thence in a southeast
erly direction to the southwest corner
of said lot 1 block A, thence east to
the place of beginning (R. C. Mays to
Save the privilege of leaving bis wa
ter pipe across said land) In Wallowa
Dated at La Grande, Oregon,, June
E. C. DISQUA.
Administrator of the estate of John
H. Dillion, deceased. ) 6-25-2-9-16-23)
The Observer office carries Jc
one of the largest lines of leg-
al blanks in Union county. q
O Mining locations. q
i Warranty deeds.
0 Quick claim deeds.
Corporation deeds. O
0 Power attorney. q
ii Assignment mortgages.
O Bill, of sale. i
0 Chattel mortgages.
0 Real estate contracts. J
fur long Silk Gloves, $2 VaL S
Our Want Ad Column
Your want is placed before a thousand or more'r'wanl-seekers
very day Can you afford to spend one cent per. word of your '
want au where result are the keynotes? '
FOR RENT 'Modern Cottage. Inqu're
of A. L. Richardson.
FOR RENT Modern 4 room 'cottage
furnished; inquire of Mrs. Zuber.
Room and board, 2114 Third St., Mrs.
Edna Schrock. (J-24-J-7)
FOR RENT Furnished room for gen
tlemen. Electric light, bath, etc.
Inquire at Gilham residence, 1910
Cedar. Phone Black 1351. lw
Furnished housekeeping rooms large
and airy, 'on ground floor. Inquire
of Hattie McDonald, 1616 6th street,
nhnnr flln'' !'.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished room.
suitable for lady or gent. Electric
light, bath and fire. Inquire at 161?
Adams avenue or 'phone Red 131.
FOR RENT Nice, cheerful, sunny
room for rent to gentleman, facing
east on Fourth street; close in; mod
ern conveniences. Call at Observer
FOR RENT House and good one acre
garden. L. C. Smith. 4-19 tf
Two or three choice rooms to let, with
or without board. Inquire of 2103
1st street or phone Black 1761.
FOR RENT Flower place on Elgin
branch, outside of city, "Old Lyle
Place;" 5 room bouse with garden,
big barn, chicken house, cellar,
FOR SALE Fresh milk cow, Jersey,
6 years old. Earl Jones, phons
FOR SALE Young canary birds lor
sale. Phone Main 4. ' ( J-21-26)
Land tor Bale.
40 acrea of fruit, garden or alfalfi
land for sale cheap If taken soon. C
D. Hoffman, R. F. D. I. La, Grande.
FOR SALE Twenty b. p. five passen
ger touring car for $450. Inquire
ot Whlteman gkrage, opposite
FOR SALE Seed potatoes, fancy
hand selected. Large and smooth
Quality A 1; seed strictly pure
Burples extra early $2 per 100; late
Rose 11.75; Netted Gems, late, S1.7C
Burbank seedling $1.30. George
Wagner, Island City.
Mr. L. H. Farnham, a prominent
lruggist of Spirit Lake. Iowa, says:
"Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets are certainly the best thing
in the market for constipation. Give
:hese tablets a trial. You are certain
o find them agreeable and pleasant
i effect. Price, 25 cents. Samples
free. For sale oy All Good Dealers.
FOR SALE A 240-egg incubator and
brooder; cheap' if taken at once,
'Phone Black 1331.
FOR SALE Good milk cow, fresh,
half Jersey, half Durham. Three
quarters Jersey heifer calf goes
with cow., Inquire corner N and
First street or phone Black 1862.
FOR SALE A second hand gasoline
engine. Cheap If taken at once.
L. C Smith. st
ton SALu; Two u four acrea ot
suburban property, well improved.
PhoneBlack 1532, or - E. W.
Kam merer, 2004 Adams avenue.
FOR SALE 4 lots in Block 139, la
Chaplin add; 2 blocks from round
house for further partlcualrs apply
to L. F. Dunn, City, or C. E. New
som 2415 First ave, Seattle Wash.
FOR hAUhr Jflist . class furnuurj.
For particulars call at Mrs. s
FOR SALE 8 acres improved, in al
falfa and orchard, 350 chickens,
with incubator, brooder, coops,
cow, horse, Implements, furniture,
growing crop. Quarter mile east of
city, good houae and barn, $4,000
takes everything. Terms. W. W.
Pollock. Home Ind. Phone. (J-14-J-14
IRL WANTED To do general house
work. Inquire of Mrs. T. J. Scrog
gins. ' (tf).
WANTED One ' or two furnished.
or partly furnished rooms for fam
ily of mother and two children. In
quire of Fair store.
WANTED Two or three furnish!
housekeeping rooms, or small cot
tage. Good reference given; write
"t" lr" of Observer
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST Gold nugget pin finder will
please return to Observer office and
FOUND On railroad track near depot,
Yale lock key. Owner may ha-e
same by calling at this office and
paying for this notice. (tf)
LOST Between Hot Lake and Union
a hand grip containing toilet ar
ticles and wearing apparel. Finder
leave at this office and receive re
ward. FOR SALE Single comb Rhode
Island Reds, hatching eggs. None
better in Grande Ronde Valley,
, come and see. $1.50 per setting of
15. $3 for 45. All infertil eggs re
placed free of charge. Incubator .
cbikens $20 per 100. George Wag
ner, Island City. .