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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (July 14, 1909)
tTEKLT OBSCKTXK, LA (iHA5l)h, OKttn, ... - WEDNESDAY, JI LT 11, 1909.
La Grande Professional
I Tue abstract before you Invest It's
absolutely necessary If you wish io
void buying a lot of expensive liti
gation and probable loss of the Invest
J Hate us draw you up an abstract,
Ind be thoroughly posted on what you
ire purchasing. .We have the only
complete set of abstract booVs In Vn
on county. Guaranteed accuracy and
1 LA GRANDE INYESTMEXT CO.
During the Season 19oy
Oregon Railroad & Navigation Co.
OREGON SHORT LINE AND
UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD
Portland, Seattle, Spokane, ' Tacoma, Walla Walla
' and all points on The 0. 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 sale, final return limit
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.
I Routing on the return trip through California may be had at a
' slight advance over the rates quoted.
Pull particulars, sleeping car reservations and tickets will be
furnished by any O. R. & N. leal agent, or
WM. McMURRAY, General Passenger Agent, Portland, Oregon.
We have conducted a
La Grande for many
a reason. A trial
A. B. G.
The J. T. Scott Music Co.
Bramvvcll Music Co.
Remember we have the old reliable
id 43 other good
Go'ocl frnc of small ihstmmehtl and
Sheet Music. Edison's full line.
The J. T. Scott Music Co.
La Grande, Oregon
Observer Want Ads Pay
The wise men of today are those
who on the sligbest trouble with their
eye sight have that trouble Investi
gated by a reputable optician.
Many am an wearing glasses today
could have Lad his trouble remedied
by the wearing of glasses for a short
period If he attended to it In time.
J. H. PEARE
laundry business in
years. There must
order will explain
Arrangements were made today to
take the band to the park tomorrow
evening and after the work is over
everything will be laid asid (or the
pleasure of a picnic. The band will
probably go at 4 o'clock and stay un
til the workers are through, and too
tired too picnic.
After the work is over all of the
debris will be collected and another
big bonfire will light up the skies.
Indications are now that tomorrow
will be an ideal day for the second
clean-up and in all probabilities a
greater part of the park will be fin
ished and ready for the rest of the
The first wagon load of cleaners
will leave . at nine o'clock and the
wagon will ' continue to run to the
Orchardists are coping with Codliu
moth in a very creditable manner.
and the threatening epidemic of a
few weeks ago has been releived to a
great extent. Prompt attention to
the moth, on suggestions of the coun
ty Fruit Inspector, Garrit Oldenberg.
and on their own initiative, avoided
subsequent damage to the fruit.
Pear blight is now holding atten
ton and will need care and effort sim
ilar to the war which stayed the
We Want Your Wants
Your want is p'aced before a thousand or morel"want- seeker '
every day Can you afford to spend one cent perjwprd of your
want au where result are the keynotes?
OR RENT Modern Cottage, Inqu're
of A. L. Richardson.
FOR RENT Furnished room for gen
tlemen. Electric light, bath, etc.
Inquire at Gilham residence, 1910
Cedar. Phone Black 1351. lw
Two or three choice rooms to let, with
or without board. Inquire of 2103
1st street or phone Black 1761.
FOR RENT Well built barn. Phone
FOR RENT Flower place on Elgin
branch,; outside of city, "Old Lyle
Place;" 5 room house with garden,
big barn, chicken bouse, cellar,
$10.00 ,. (J-21-J-12)
FOR SALE One second band auto
mobile, five passenger; price very
reasonable; phone 27A Summerville
or inquire Whlteman Garage. Will
trade for land or sell for cash.
FOR SALE Fox terrier, pups $10.00;
C. M. ' Graham, May Park, phone
Black 1331. (J-25-5-9)
FOR 8ALE Seed , potatoes, fancj
hand selected. .. Le,rg .and smooth
Quality A l.seed strictly par.
3 Burples extra early per 100; late
. Rom $1-76; Netted Gems, late, $L74
Burbank seedling $1.30. George
Wagner. Island City....
FOR SALE 4 lots In Block 139, Id
' Chaplin add; 2 block from round
house for further partlcualrs apply
to L. F. Dunn, City, or C. E. New
som 2415 First ave, Seattle Wash
Alfalfa hay, C. D. Scott, one-quarter
mile east of Flouring Mill. Indepen
dence phone 1536.
FOR SALE 8 acres Improved, In al
falfa and orchard, 350 chickens.
park the rest of the day at frequent
Intervals. By this arrangement the
merchant and others can send one or
two of their force through the day.
Those that can are urged to bring
their lunch and stay all day. In the
evening after the stores are closed
and the band takes ita way to the
park, there will be a large crowd, and
the "street car" will be' taxed to Its
It is desired that all bring a tool of
some kind and those that can are
asked to bring a rake as this Is the
principal weapon to be use"d.
Go out tomorrow and show the
ladles that you appreciate their work
I and In the evening after the work
I is over set down under the trees and
J njoy the music from the best band In
spread of Codlin moth.
The pear crop - this year is Hciit.
but the quality is excellent, and un
less blight ruins a portion of the
crop, growers will not lose on their
pear orchards this year by any nutans.
Large shipment of electric irons.
Calla at the light office' for prices and
with incubator, brooder, coops,
cow, horse, implements, furniture,
growing crop. Quarter mile east of
city, good house and barn, $4,000
takes everything. Terms. W. W.
Pollock, Home Ind. Phone. (J-14-J-14
IUL WANTED To do general house
work. Inquire of Mrs. T. J. Scrog
WANTED One or two furnished,
or partly furnished rooms for fam
ily of mother and two children. In
quire of Fair store. : '
GIRL WANTED To do general house
work at $30. Inquire between 9
and 12 a. m., 902 Pennsylvania ave.,
Mrs. William Ash.-, ; j J j ,
LOST AND . FOUND.
LOST 2 small bank keys on brass
ring to private, deposit box at La
Grande National bank, No. 56. Lost
near merry-go-round; please notify
LOST Incorporation certificate, of
the Blue Bell Gild Mining ife Mill
ing Co., in yellow cover. Return
' to this office, suitable reward. (12-14
FOR SAL8 Single , .comb ,; Rhed
Island Reds, hatching egg. None
better ,ln Graide Rpnde, Valley,
come f .nd see. $1.50 per setting of
15. $3 for, 45. All infertll eggs re
placed free of charge. Incubatoi
chlkens $20 per 100. George Wag
ner. Island City.
.'lank sidewalks built and repair
ed, excavating and filling. Phone
Black 1562. (J-20-J-20)
House and eight lots In south La
Grande, city water and good well;
large barn and plenty of fruit Best
view of the valley.
Thos S. Harris, 1302 B strent
J. H, HUBBARD. M. D.
" Physician and Surgeon.
Office in New Bank Building .Rooms
20-21. 'Phones: Residence. Main
98; Office .Main 78.
DR. A. L. RICHARDSON.
Physician and Surgeon. -Office
over Hill's Drue Store
Office Phone 1362. Residence Main 65.
N. MOLITOR, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Corner Adams ave and Depot st
Office Main 68. Residence Main 69.
BACON & HALL.
Physicians and Surgeons.
Office in La Grande National Bank
Building. Phone Main 19.
S. T. Bacon, Residence .Main 18.
M. K. Hall. Residence, Main 52.
DU. F. E. MOOUE
DR. II. C. P. MOORE
KirksvUle Graduates Under Founder.
Office Sommer Building.
PV.ues: Offlco Main 63; Res. Main 64.
C. ii- TTPTON, PH. O., M. D.
Physic tr.n and Surgeon.
Special attention tin to Eye, Ear,
Nose and Tururt.
Office in La Grande National Bank
Phones: Office, Main 2 Residence
Main 32. . ,
DR. P. A. CHARLTON.
office at Hill's Drug Store, La Giaude.
Residence Phone Red 701.
.fflf PIop 1361
' Ihdeyenaent Phone 63.
Both phones at residence.
DR. W. H. RILEY. .
Graduate Ohio State University.
Vaccination. DentlBtry and Surgery
if aT kinds. Country calls promptly
- Office 1 14 Adams avenue.
. hones: Pacific Black 1901. .
DR. T. W. RIDDELL. M. U. C.
Gr duate Yvu.iuariu.fl.
Office Red CroRs urg Store,
.'.'.ores: Pacific, Mum: 4. lit, in.;
jk Grande Oregon.
L. A. P1CKLER v
lval. Mining, Irrigattud Engineering
estimates, plans and specifications.
Office in Bohnenkamp Building.
La Grande Oregor.
continually evincing signs of
trouble black specks appear-
X (ng .before the eyes, having
"smashing'' nervous headaches
your tlslon li In need of a'
pair cf glasses. t -u
If we fit you yon are posi
tive' of glasses ' that' will not
only permanently chech the
X the development of the trouble
and relieve but glases that
will tend to remedy the trouble.
J. H. PEARE
Pines alve CT8KlSfvi,0JlulT,CE
C B. CAUTHORN .
- Dentist. .
Office over Hill's Drug Store.
La Grande . . Oregoa
3. C PRICE. D. M. D.
Room 23, La Grande National Baas)
Building. Phone BlacX 199V
TEACHERS OF MUSIC.
PROF. B. PORTER DAY, Principal
La Grande School of Music
Mrs. Day, assistant. School, . 101
Greenwood ave., one door south of
Adams ave. 'Phone Black 1831.
. MISS STELLA OLIVER
Teacher of Piano and Harmony,
' Studio at residence of Turner OH vn
corner Fourth and O avenue.
MISS ROSE HOUSE .
Instructor in Piano, Harmony and
2105 North Spruce Street
La Grande OTegoa
C. K. THORNTON. ;
Architect and Engineer. '
Surveying, Civil and Structural Engl
; Twenty Years' Experience.
:. Architect r - , .
Office 1107 Adams avenue. 'Phones
Pacific, Main 1. Home Independent
Chas. E. Cochran Geo T. Cochram
COCHRAN & COCHRAN,
... ... Attorneys.
La Grande National Bank Building,
La Grande Oregon
H. H. LLOYD.
Attorney at Law.
Practices in all the Courts of the State
and t tilted States.
C. H. CRAVFOIU). c
Attorney at Law.
Practices in all the courts of the State)
and United States. I
Oluce in La Grande National Bank) -.
Building, La Grande, Oregon.
WILLIAM M. RAMSEY. ;
Attorney and Counsellor at Law.
; Rooms 15 and 16 Sommer Block
La Grande ; ' ' I " Ortgoa.
MRS. GRACE McALISTER. 1
Teacher and Manager. ,
Telephone Farmers 1976. '
The Little Shop
Stamping ot all kinds, Includ
ing shirt waists & Center pieces,
done, embroidery lessons given.
Orders taken and lessons given
In stenciling. Full line of em-
A III. nimA ah akAM K '
, No extra charge for distance.
'Laorandb: ... 6ribgon
iRf.te :r. t-; 'Phone Ko.lxs
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J. ALBERT KENNEDY' 'I
Phone Red 782. ' ,