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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 15, 1909)
ITWrWU OBSZRTEH, Li GRANDE, OREGON. WEDNESDAY,' SEPTEMBER 15, 1909.
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) THE, JOY OF A
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To have a suit that's of Rood style, fine material and beautifully made, a suit that you can slip In
to quickly, sure that every line is right and the fit exact.
A suit that shows you at your best because It accenuates every good line of your figure and clev
erly conceals others. ; '
A suit that you put on and forget all about, except the gratification of knowing you are correctly
A suit that will be servloable for almost every need of every day life. That means a suit from our
store, which guarantees you two seasons of satisfactory service and the comfort of knowing
the Btyle Is faultless.
THE QUALITY STORE.
Seared With a Hot Iron,
cr scalded by overturned kettle cut
with a knife bruised by slammed
door Injured by gun or in any other
way the thing needed at once la
Bucklen's Arnica Halve to subdue In
flammation and kill the pain. It's
earth's supreme bealer, Infallible for
boiji, ulcers, fever sores, eczema and
piles. 25c ht Newlin Drug Co.
WHY NOT TRY
ASTHMA REMEDY t
Gives prompt and posiive relief In
very case. Sold by druggists, prke
$1.00. Trial package by mail 10 cents.
Williams Mfg. Co, Props.
A. T. HILI Druggist
Where the finest biscuit, cake, hot-breads, crusts or
puddings are required Royal is indispensable.
Royal is equally valuable in the preparation of plain,
substantial, every-day foods, for all occasions.
Royal it the only Baking Powder
made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar
-made from grape
The chorus selections to be sung
here at the Union County Exposition
at the musical contest have arrived
and one of La Grande's choirs began
last night on the numbers pracUclng
them. A. S. Geddes, wired to Salt Lake
for the choruses and failed to get them
at that place but Prof Stephens of the
Mormon choir at Salt Lake 'wired on
to New York and they arrived yester
day. Two choruses from La Grande will
participate and one of the L. D. S.
choir's Is already hard at work prac
ticing. The other chorus will be under
the leadership of Prof. Frank Bridges.
Baker City and Union have commun
icated to the committee their inten
tions of entering the contest Pendle
ton has not been heard from yet, but
win prooabiy enter. The people ' of
Wallowa county are without a leader
and if none is secured will not partic
ipate in the event.
The committee will probably hold a
meeting tonight and it Is thought that
a definite program will be arranged
for the contest
We Want Your Wants
Our Want Ad Column
Youi want is placed before a thousand or morewant-seekars
very day Caa you afford to spend one cent per;word of your
want ao where results are the keynotes?
FOR RENT Modern 8 roqm house
corner 8th 0 st Inquire of Mrs.
E. P. Rlchey.(S-8-6-t)
FOR RENT Well built barn.
FOR RENT. Furnished room wl.n
all modern Improvements. 804 Main
One 7 room modern house, 1 4 room
cottage, 1 4 room modern furnished,
also modern rooms for rent Call
MUSIC HAS COME.
Difficult Selections Will be Fiajcd at
Boise Band Contest
Music to be played at the Boise
band contest, in which the La Grande
band is planning to participate, has
reached here and will be rehearsed at
the first rehearsal by the band. The
J music is good solid stuff. "Poet and
Peasant" is one of the number and
the local organization is familiar
with it. The other two numbers are
classical in nature and requires skill
SNODGRASS IN PORTLAND.
Taken to Hospital . There From Tie
toria And Is About The Same.
W. J. Snodgass, stricken with par
alysls at Victoria British Columbia
some time ago has been brought to
Portland and it is not known here as
to whether or not he 1b to remain
there or be taken on to La Grande as
soon as possible. In a letter received
by J. G. Snodgrass today, it Is stated
that Mr. Snodgrass is now at Portland
in about the same conditlnon. No ref
erence is made as to bringing Mr
Will Snodgrass of Colfax left for Vic
toria, but on his arrival there found
that Mrs. E. W. Bartlett who has been
with her father during his Illness, had
come on to Portland with her parent.
WESTERN UNION TAKES AWAY
Office to Remain Open Until Eight p.
m. Only, Hereafter.
FOR SALE 4 lota 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
WANTED Girl to do general house
work. Phone Red 811. (S-8-tf)
FOR SALE Mouse and lot on Adams
avenue, extra well built, plastered
house, good basement, and wood
shed. Price right, Call Black 1941
or see D. C. Stevens at Henry ft
Carr's store. (8-27-9-27)
FOR RENT Four room house for
rent. 2018 Adams arenne, phone
For Sale. -
Cucumbers, all sizes, for pickling.
Now la the time to pat up your dill
pickles. Fleshman Bros., phone
Black 122, residence 1812 Y avenue.
FOR RENT Furnished room. Call
Black 1871 (A-26tf)
WANTED Good girl for general
house work. Wages $25. See Mrs.
LOST AND FOUND.
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
Horse and buggy, horse very gentle,
buggy and harness new. Inquire at
1307 Jackson Ave. (S-10-6O
LOST A pair of gold glasses last
Sunday between the depot and the
little brick school house. One glass
thicker than the other. Finder leave
at this office. (S-8-ll-tf)
FOR SALE One second hand auto
mobile, five passenger; price very
reasonable; phone 27A Summerville
or Inquire Whlteman Garage. Will
trade for land or sell for cash.
For Sale or Trade.
12 hrad registered short horn cattle
for sale or will exchange for La
Grande city property. J. B. Reynolds
phone Black 602.
but little mouths dont care, so lout
s they feel the delicious coolness of
our tempting ice cream. Children are
fond of It but what of their elders
especially the ladles? Very fe e-er
lecline the invitation to partake of a
rare dish of our excellent cream Take
i box of this "Frozen Gladness" home
BLUE MOUNTAIN CREAMERY.
Night service at the Western Un
ion office Is to be removed tonight,
according to advices received here
from headquarters, and night Agent
Terpany has been ordered to" move
away. The retrogression to a period
of seml-vlllaglsm will not be welcom
ed by the city. If no good will come
from remonstrance the local office
will not be opened after 8 o'clock in
The plan now is to put on a clerk
to assist the manager, Miss Bean, but
such a provision does not give the
city continuous service. During the
noon hours commercial business will
be at a standstill and there will be no
way in which to get messages In and
out after 8 o'clock.
Jewish New Year.
NEW YORK. Sept 15. Tomorrow
will be the first day of the Jewish
year E670, and the observance of th?
holiday was commenced today by the
large Hebrew population of the city.
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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,
COM for $8
Weighed on City Scales.
Rock Springs Lump or
Nut delivered to any part
of the city City scales
ticket delivered with load.
G. E, FOWLER
Co., of N. Y..
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