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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 2, 1909)
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A 3iewsy Aewsuauer.
At my piaca near the foov of Mt
Emily on June 28 a Jersey cow,
branded on the left side but not plain.
Owner can have same by calling and
Large shipment of electric Irons.
The Observer excels in real "news."
Calla at the light office for prlcea and
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TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY.
paying for this add.
M. L. LEADER.
FOR RENT Four room house for
rent, 2018 Adams avenue, phone
FOR RENT Five room modern cot
tage. Call at 1108, corner Sixth
DO YOU KNOW:
J. B WEAVER, Prop.
Fruit, shade and or
She'rbs and Roses.
and other small fruit
that your title is gocd?
An abstract will tell you
all about it and it may be
tc your advantage to have
one made. You cannot 2
afford to take chances. 2
SEND FOR PRICE
Two Important meetings are to oc
cur tonight which will be of great
interest to all who are following the
development of La Grande and vi
cinity; The members of the park
commission will meet at the home
of Mrs. W. H. Bohnenkamp, and the
man who Is to lay out the best park
site in the state will bo seleoetfirf.
Other important business pertaining
to the finishing of the park will be
The other, meeting is that of the
directors of the Grande Ronde Res
ervoir company. They will decide on
the specification of the dam of th
J.R. OLIV ER'i
La Qrande National
OFF FOE CAMPIXG TRIP.
Large Party Left This Morning For
nauowa Lake For Camping Trip.
. Mmnlnr party mmnoiPil of J. W.
and C. J. Black and families, C. P.
Ferrln and family, Mrs. Rosenbaum
and Miss Maud Scho.efleld and sister
left on the Elgin train for Wallowa
lake. Geo. Stoddard and family also
left this morning for Wallowa by
auto and will Join the party at the
lake. They will probably remain a
week or two.
and O avenue, or inquire of gen
eral delivery clerk at 'postofflce.
Mrs. C. M. Humphreys.
LOST Light gold cuff link. Suitable
reward if returned to this office, (tf)
FOR SALE Royal Ann cherries. Will
deliver or call at farm.
W. V. CARBINE,
, , Phone Home 97,
MESSENGER SERVICE call Red 1842
for prompt response. (J23-a23.)
FOR RENT Furnished Modern four-
room cottage. Inquire of Mrs. Zu
Place your orders for coal, future
or Immediate delivery. If you will
give the fuel problem a little consid
eration, it will show you that the
early purchaser will save money.
Take advantage of the storage rates.
FEED New alfalfa hay now In.
Both phones Main 6.
Cash Co : : :
1 DRY CHAIN WOOD DRY
For Eest quality ol DRY chain wood call on
V. F. BEAN
Biggest loads for least money
PilOIME RED 1741
Mr. L. H. Farnham, a prominent
druggist cf Spirit Lake. Iowa, says:
"Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets Are certainly the best thing
on the market for constipation. Give
chese tablets a trial. You are certain
to find them agreeable and pleasant
n efTect. Price, 25 cents. Samples
free. For sa'r oy All Good Dealers.
Shoes Renaired I
Two first class workmen.
All work turned out with
dispatch and guaranteed.
I THE OLD PRESTON STAND.
SAFETY first, liberality next, both
are essential to successful banking.
If you are sat la fled with onr platform
come and see us.
La Grande Ore
A Pleasant Ihyslc.
When you want a pleasant physic
give Chamber'ialn's Stomach and Liver
Tablets a trial. The yare mild and
gentle in their action and always pro
duce a pleasant catr-artlc cffct. Oil
his law office in La Grande, Oregon,
Best Grades of
And Axle Grease
Derrick Forks, Hay Forks,
Spades, Shovels and Scoups.
Rope, Wire Cables and Pulleys
Furniture consisting of range, kit
chen cabinet, dining table, chairs,
beds, dresser and small sde table, will
be sold at private Bale Tuesday, Wed
nesday and Thursday .at the residence
of D. H. Jordan onnoslta court hmm
We have a large amount of old
papers which we must get rid of in
some way. They ere good for under
laying carpets, for covering shelves,
and anything for which waste paper
is used. They are tied in large pac-
M4AiiiiAtAAAMAA.AA. 1 kae8 waiting for you
any call at this office.
If you wish
kight in Conneciion With
and RIGHT PRICES
, & M. CO.
HERMAN ROESCH, Prop.
temmmemt UBitKVtK 65c a Month
eating and Mentilafmg Problem Solved
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For Schools, Churches, Lodge Rooms, and Public Buildings
Does away with window ventilation, which is almost as great an evil as impure air.
Maintains a uniform temperature all over the room.
Eliminates the cold floor problem and the "dreaded hot stove," '
Adds 25 per cent to the seating capacity by removing the plant to the corner.
Great saving in fuel bill. Requires no basement. Always under direct supervision.
No expense to install. Will burn either wood or coal.
Every plant guaranteed to meet the most exacting requirements.
No Experiment, Plant in scucessful operation in Public School of La Grande.
Invented by J L. Waterbury who for many years taughtin the public schools,' after carefully studying
the problem and long experimenting devised and patented the system.
Those seated in the farther corner of the room will be just as warm as those sitting near the"Dlant
Can be attached to any flue. Every school district should investigate this system.
M. SNIDER, Rzent, LaGrande, Ore.
I Have taught in the various schools of the county for the pastlfourteen vears and
the knowledge of the imDroDer heating a.nH vAntibfin am:-?:J?. .a?d
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