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OBSERVER, LA GRAXDE, 0 KEG 05.
FRIDAY, AUGUST 27, 1909.
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What's New in Men's Clothing
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THE SHOWING OF JfEW STYLES AT
OUE STORE DESERVES A FEW MIX.
UTES OF YOUB TIME THE YERY
CHANCE YOU GET TO COME IX.
THE NEW GRAYS AND GREENS
WHICH ARE THE PRE-EMINENT
SHADES FOB THE COMING SEASON
ARE SnOWN IN AN EXCEPTIONAL
LY ATTRACTIVE ASSORTMENT,
AND WHEN WE SAY WE HAVE AN
SHOWING OF CLOTHING AS CAN
BE PRODUCED, IT IS NOT THE
USUAL SPECIES OF "HOT AIR" SO
FREQUENTLY USED FOR ANNOUN
CEMENTS. YOU MUST REMEMBER
THAT ETEIiY lEGjuIViijil CLuin
ING HOUSE IN AMERICA SENDS
THEIR REPRESENTATIVES TO US
WITH THEIR LINES. NO HOUSE
HAS A MONOPOLY OF GOOD CLOTH
ING, BUT W FEEL CERTAIN THAT
WE OFFER YOU GARMENTS THAT
EXCELL OTHERS IN FIT AND IN
STYLE AND THEY ARE CERTAINLY
SUPERIOR IN WORKMANSHIP AND
PERMANENT VALUE. AT THE SAME
TIME WE KNOW THEM TO BE CON
SIDERABLY LOWER IN PRICE
THAN OTHER LINES EQUALLY
WELL KNOW?.. IT WILL BE WORTH
YOUR WHILE AND TBOUwLE TO
THE QUALITY STORE.
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M P, MENDELSOHN
(I)O(Tfllt OF OPTICS)
fiiST'lkS! Yes- Grande la Foing to have the
HOTPOINT ELECTRIC IRON
We have decided that nothing la too
good for our customers, bo we are
paying quite a little more fo rthla one
than others cost But It Is worth 11,
and we sell It to you at wholesale.
We want you to know all about this
Iron how to use It what It saves
you how safe and comfortable It is.
Drop In any day and let them show
you all about the famous Hot Point
W. H. BOHNFNKAMP & CO.
LA GRANDE, OREGON.
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New Jet Noveltins
New Hair Goods
E. M. WELLMAAI & CO.
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Is permanently located In the Foley
building .opposite the postofflce.
If you are troubled with your eyes
or with your glasses, or suffer head
aches, or red eyelids or any eye strain
see the doctor.
No extra charge for examination.
one charge covers examination and
glasses and satisfaction guaranteed.
Office hours from 8to 12 a. m. and 1
to 5 p. ni.
old (omi'am nmmtiM;
W. II. Bohnenkamp, on . read
ing in the Observer a few days og,
the account of the citizen of Pendle
ton receiving a letter from a self
styled relative languishing in prison
in Spain for political purposes sud
denly realized that he had received
the same letter only In his the writer
had changed until his name was Boh
nenkamp and that he was W. H.Boh
The writer claimed that he was a
distant relative of the recipent of
the letter and that he was in prison
for a political offense. The writer
goes on to state that he has a daugh-'
ter of fourteen years of age and also
is the owner of a trunk in which there
is a large sum of money. He urges
Mr. Bohnenkamp to send or bring
enough money to Spain to pay the
fare of himself and the little girl back
to America, lie mto cuiibigu tut:
trunk to his so-called relative along
with his daughter.
The letter received by Mr. Bohnen
kamp is written from the same place
and bears the same date as the Pen
dleton letter. Mr. Bohnenkamp dis
regarded the letter. When he seen
the account of the letter from Pen
dleton, he noticed the similarity and
said something about it, knowing that
It was a case of graft.
A prominent citizen of Denver, was
in the city today and stated that the
Identical letter was received at Den
ver a short time ago.
The United States government has
recognized the means of this 'graft
and have repeatedly communicated
with the Spanish government to aid
them in stopping it, but hae never
received any reply. It is thought
that the high officials of Spain are in
some way connected with the scheme
as It is a well known fact that most
of them are grafters on a large scale.
Mr. Bohnenkamp will pay no atten
tion to the letter whatever.
We Want Your Wants
Our Want Ad Column
Your want is placed before a thousand or more "want-seekers
every day Can you afford to spend one cent pe reword of your
want au whe: result are the keynotes?
FOR RENT Furnished room for gen
tlemen. Electric light, bath, etc
Inquire at Gilham residence, 1910
Cedar. Phone Black 1361. 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.
FOR RENT. Furnished room wl-.o.
ail modern Improvements. 8C1 Mala
Good family horse, phaeton and
harness, cheap if taken immediately;
cash or terms. Phone Red 1921, 7315
(St) GEO. ACKLES.
FOR SALE 4 lots In Block 139, in
Chaplin add; 2 blocks from round
house for further particualrs apply
to L. F. Dunn, City, or C. E. New
som 2415 First ave, Seattle Wash.
FOR SALE 3 4nch Mitchell wagon,
used only one season, 50; also good
saddle good as new $25. Call at
401 Grandy avenue.
W. A. LUDIKER. (8-7-13)
FOR SALE Fresh cow giving nearly
4 gallons extra rich milk. It-quire
phone Red 1022.
Resolution of Condolence.
Whereas, our heavenly Father has
tailed away our dearly loved sister,
Mary Kalmback, who was a charter
member of O. W. Moon division No.
103 of G. I. A. to B. of I. E and chap
lain of our divibion since the time of
Resolved; We bow in submission to
the will of lliui, "Who doeth all things
well," realizing that in the death of
our sister, the division ha3 lost a
valued officer, who was ever ready to
do all in her power for the welfare
of the order. Be it therefore;
Resolved; That we as a division ex
tend our sympathy to her family and
especially to her grief stricken son,
in this, their hour of trouble and point
them to the giver of all good, who can
heal the broken heart and help them
say "Thy will be done."
Resolved; That our charter be
draped for 30 days and that copy of
these resolutions be sent to the be
reaved family and the local papers be
furnished a copy for publication.
Mrs. G. W. Sheppard.
Mrs. O. W. Hillman.
Mrs. S. L. Glvan.
POSITION WANTED A lady cook
with 10-year-old child would work
cheap at cooking or general house
work. Phone Red 1091. (8-25-27)
MESSENGER SERVICE call Red 1843
for prompt response. (J23-a23J
FOR RENT Four room house for
rent, 2018 Adam avenue, nhons
For Sale or Traded " '
12 head registered short horn cattls
for sale or will exchange for L
Grande city property. J. B. Reynolds,
phone Black 602.
FOR SALE One second hand auto
mobile, five passenger; price very
reasonable; phone 27A Sunimerville
or inquire Whiteman Garage. Will
trade for land or sell for cash. .
FOR RENT "Furnished room.
Black 1871 (A-26tf)
WANTED A blacksmith. Call at 1505
Madison avenue. . (4t)
WANTED Select board and
rooms for adults. Phone (A)
WANTED Position as engineer,
competent man, stationery
threshing, Bell phone Red 271.
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST Light gold cuff link. Sultabls
reward If returned to thlB office, (tf)
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 street
CHOIR AT PEXDLETOV.
Mormon Tabernacle Choir Will De
liver Concert in Pendleton.
' The Mormon Tabernacle choir will
deliver a concert at Pendleton on next
Monday evening on their way home
from the Seattle fair. It was the orig
inal intention of the choir to proceed
straight homo, but the music lovers
of Pendleton prevailed upon the fa
mous band of singers to stop over
there and deliver a concert.
Old Members of Cnrtiss Comedy Com
jinny Gatherlns: For Coming
Geo. Routh. so popular last year
with the Curtlss Comedy company is
expected tonight. He will open with
the Pastime Stock company Sunday
night in the "Parish Priest." Miss
Louise Kelley. who has been playing
In a stock company at Boise, is lso
Room For Rent.
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ing the mountains in the vicinity of
Arden, Harriman's country home,
with explicit instructions not to let
any one approach within three miles
of the Harriman palace unless it is
a member of the family, business as
sociate or one of the coteries of the
physicians attending. These are Har
riman's orders. It is postlvely learned
that Harriman has not walked twenty
steps since his arrival at Arden. He
sleeps a great deal and when he is
not sleepy is wheeled about
The impression is general here that
Dr. Lyle has ordered an Immediate
operation on Harriman. The arrival
of r.vernl tnrks of chemically pure
CJ.ygcn a.er.u to bear out the fact
School Of Music
The only School of Music like it in the state
teaching young and new students as well as
the older ones The very
LATEST METHODS USED
The Conservatory of Music of Boston is the
best in the country We teach as they do.
E. PORTER DAY, MRS DAY,
Principal Primary Teacher
2,000 PO UNDS
COAL for $8
Weighed on City Scales.
Rock Springs Lump or
Nut delivered to any part
of the city Gity scales
ticket delivered with load.
G. , FOWLER
AFine Stock Ranch
In Antelope Valley. 1 1-2 miles sout heast of Telocajset, 320 acres, of which
240 acres Is in cultivation, the balance pasture land; 100 inches of water
right; a new S room house, good barn and other out buildings; two good
springs a small orchard. Price $8,000.- Will take half in city property an!
balance on time or $7,500 Half cash and half on time. Call onC J. BLACK
La Grande, Oregon or ...
C. L. ENGLAND, Telocaset, Ore.