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A. W. Arnold, Prest A General Mgr.
P. S. Stanley. Vice-President
F. EL Arnold, Secretary Treasurer.
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Portland, Oregon, Sept. 1. 1909.
Mr. Geo. H. Currey,
La Grande, Oregon.
Mr. Arthur W. Arnold is going to
La Grande tonight to endeavor to
place some stock In a patent damper.
I, personally, have taken quite a block
of the stpck. I consider it one of the
best patents on the market and be
lieve that it will be a money maker.
I herewith enclose you a circular
which gives all the points of the
I would like to see my friends in
La Grande interested in the company,
as the returns no doubt will be large
from the Invention.
Yours very truly,
F. S. STANLEY.
The Safety and Economy Damper Company organized under the laws of the state of Oregon, with a
capital stock of $100,000, fully paid and non-assessable, par value $1.00 per share, owns and controls the
inventions of A. W. Arnold in Automatic Damper and fire Governors, which are among the very import
ant inventions of modern times. . .
. .The Arnold Damper, as shown by the cuts, is a simple, automatic device which forces the fire to control
itself, and in so doing it is a fuel saver of from 25 per cent to 50 per cent, a fire insurance and a wonderful
convenience. , t
It is so made that it may be adjusted to permit of any degree of heat and that degree of heat in a uni-
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in your absence, and is beyond human power in its sensativeness to the heat.
. The sum and substance of our proposition is, we have a device that should be used in every heating and
cooking stove and every furnace, large and small, in this country, and the advantages received from it
are so many that no man can afford to be without it, for it is a saving of money and insurance and is a
convenience. While the field for its use in stoves and furnaces i3 very large, the field for its use in lar
ger stacks is very large, and, taken together, the field for our business is wonderful in its extent and
It has every advantage as an advertising proposition, since it shows what it is and what it will do from
a cut and can be delivered by mail, and when received it may be installed by a person, whether or not ex
perienced. The Arnold Damper has been demonstrated and
personally inspected by some of the best authorities in the United States, including some of the United S
tates Engineers at Washington, D, C. All have com plimented it very highly and consider its value bey
ond estimation, for it is a blessing to humanity.
OUR OFFER TO INVESTORS IS: "" :,lTim.
We are now placing on the market a limited amount of stock at par. "" 7 ? ' fjJTJ)
The great advantage in our offer is we are going to pay enormous dividends, since our capitalization Is so very small, and the stock
is bound togo to many times its par value In a short time. The business in the City , of Portland will pay a good dividend on this
capital, and when the field throughout this country 1b considered, it is plainly seen why we can pay enormous dividends.
Our plan of action is simply to raise, sufficient money by the sale of stock on which to start the manufacturing and sale of goods in this
and all partsof the country. Our business will gradually grow into a large advertising and mailing business, for it is adapted as such
from every point of view. Do not miss the chance to buy some of the stock we now offer to you, for the rights now offered on a basis of
f 100,000 are worth many millions of dollars when our business l.j developed. Not only will our business pay large profits to us, but
our goods will be a blessing to the people of thecountry. The officers of this company arj business men of wide experience and
will bear the closest investigations for reliability and sincerity of purpose. !
- Mr. Arnold is making his headquarters in the office of MoKennon-Phy-Roberts. -
L.A GRANDE, ORE.
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La Grande Camp No. 7703 meets
1st & 2nd Monday each month at I. O.
O. F. hall. All visiting neighbors are
cordially invited to attend. '
M. McMURRAY, C. ',
CAL JORDAN, Clerk. j
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La Grande Aerie No. 259, F. O. E.. '
meets every Friday night in Elk's hall
at 8 p. m. Visiting brethren invited
C. E. 1IACKMAN, W. P. 1
GKO. AUKGO, W. S. I
Hope Chapter No. 13, O. K. S., hold
stated communications the second and
fourth Wednesdays of each month.
Visiting members cordially Invited.
KAC11KL K. WORSTKL.L, W. M.
MARY A. WARN1CK, Secretary.
1. 0. O. V, Unranipmrnt.
Star Encampment No. 31. 1. O. O.
F., meets every second ntid fourth
Wednesday in the month In Odd Fol
lows' hall. Vinltlng patriarchs aUajs
It. K. COOL1DGH. C. T.
W. A. WORSTELL, Scrlta.
Foresters of America.
Court Maid Marion No, 22 meets
each Wednesday night in K. of P.
hull. Brothers are Invited to attend.
BEN HAISTEN. C. R.
LEO HERRING, C. S.
C. J. VANDERPOEL. F. S.
. it. of A.
Meets every Thursduy evening at
I. O. O. F. hall. Visiting members al
ways welcome. .
ANGUS STEWART, President.
C. J. VANDERPOEL. Secretary.)
Woodmen of The World.
La Grande Lodge No. 10U, w. o.
W., meets every second and fourth
Tuesday evening in K. of P. hall In
the Corpe building. All visiting mem
NEUI ACKLES, Consul Commander.
J. H. KEENEY. Clerk. !
I. O. O. F. Siiliordinnte. (
La Grande Ixxlge No. 16, meets t,i '
their hall every Saturday night. Vlsl- j
ting brothers cordially Invited to at-!
tend. Cemetery plat may be seen at'
the fodel restaurant.
GEORGE GROUT, N. G. !
I. K. SNOOK. Roc. Secy.
W. A. WORSTELL, Fin. Secy.
A. F. ii A. AI.
Lu Grande Lodge No. 41, A. F. &
A. M holds regular meetings first and
third Saturdays at 7:30 p. m.
R. L. LINCOLN, W. M.
A. C. WILLIAMS. Secretary.
JUulghts of rjtuTusT
Red Cross Lodge No. 27, meets ev
ery Monday evening in Castle hall,
(old Elk's hall). A Pythian welcome
to all vlsltlus kn'ghts.
J. F. BAKER. C. C.
R. L. LINCOLN. K. of It. & S.
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Crystal Lodge No. r.O meets every
Tuesday evening at the I. O. O. F. hall.
All visiting members are invited to
MRS. T1LLIECOX, N.C.
MISS ANNA ALEXANDER, SECY.
B. 1. O. E.
La Grande Lodge No. 433, meets
each Thursday evening at 8 o'clock in
Elk's club, corner Depot street and
Washington avenue. Visiting brothers
are cordially invited to attend.
H. E. COOL1DGE, Exalted Ruler.
HI GH McCALL, Rec. Secy.
BK CROWD !
Budding genius Is seldom found be
hind a blossoming nose.
SEATTLE. Sept. 14. As a result of
overwork after the construction of the
battleship Nebraska, William Moran,
of the shipbuilding firm of Moran
ros. of this city, is dead today. He
aa fifty years of age.
Enormous crowds are viewing the
state fair at Salem, which Is itself up
to a high standard, according to
Walter M. Pierce, who returned this
morning from Salem and Portland.
Mr. Pierce was at the fair yester
day. The grand stand held 5,000 peo
ple and in all about 16,000 or 17,000
people paid admissions. He reports
the fair Interesting and containing
many execellent features. Mr. Pierce
went on to Hot Lake on the morning
train and returned to La Grande later
iu. the evening. ,
The Little Shop f
Main St. 1
f Stamping ot all kinds. Wlud
; ing dblrt waists & Center pieces, f
5; done, embroidery lessons given, i
Orders taken and lessons given
f In. etmclling. Full line of em-
Are Classes Needed
Two conditions dally presents
themselves Ocular Refractlonish.
Condition lj The optical disturb
ance apaprently serious, Is of a tem
porary Important character and glass
es are not needed.
Condition it The optical disturb
ance apparently, unimportant. Is of o
permanent nature ana ginsses are
How distinguish betwee.i the con
ditions? Your course Is plain. Avoid
the Inexperience, consult the expert
ence. The rawness of the in expert
will not permit him to distinguish
permanent conditions from temporary
conditions, and he may advise glasses
when they are not needed, or declare
them unnecessary when the welfare
of your eyesight demand there use
the experienced does not make those
t onsult Pr. Mendelsohn. He has
the experience and knowledge of ev
ery nerve In the eye.
it, m. v. iNienaeisonn :s perman
ently located at 1105 Adams avenue
opposite the postofT.ee. Satisfaction
guaranteed, and prices very reason
able. Office hours from 8:30 to 12 and
from Ip. m. to 5 p. in." Special ap
polntmenta in the evenings.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department o fthe Interlc-.
U. S. Land Office at La Grande, Or.,
August 16, 1909.
Notice Is hereby giveu that
JAMES L. WALKER.
if Kamela, Oregon, who on February
9, 1909. made homestead entrv No.
13376 serial, No. 04074, for SV4SWU
section 28 & NNW&, section 33,
township 1 S, range 36 E. W., Meri
dian, has filed notice of intention to
make final five year proof, to estab
lish claim to the land above decrib-
ed, before Register and Receiver of
the U. S. Land Office, at La Grande.
Oregon, on the 29th day of Septem
Claimant names as witnesses:
Harry E. Swager.
John Smith, all ot Kamela, Oregon.
F. a BRAMWELL.
The Sum Total of Human
Is attained by the mau who selects
wife anl adaptable for his entire f
tlona approximates about the keen
such conditions to be found in the
you. Go to C. J. BLACK. He has a
choae from. Fruit Farms, Stock Fa
Property. Grain Farms. Hay Far
oat improvements. Prices right
a place which is approTtd hy Lis
amfl. jo lire amidst such eoodu
est Joy Imaginable. 'Where art
rapidly growing Northwest? m
large amount of property listed to
rms. Sugar Beet Farms, City
ms. Timber Land. With or Witt
Let me show yon.
C. L BLACK, The Real tstate Man
Gomplete equipment for resetting and repairing J
rubber buggy tires. e
LA GRANDE IRON WORKS
D. FITZGERALD. Propriator
Complete Machine Shops and Fouidry
THE GEORGE PALMER
We Solicit Your Orders tor
We are prepared to furnlBnand deliver material promptly. Phone
' ' Main 8. 1 ; ; . ...
Effective September 3rd and until
further notice local tickets will not
be honored on Train No. 8, between
Portland and Huntington. This train
will, however, make regular schedul
ed stops to pick up passengers destin
ed to points east of Huntington.
Chas. &. Cochran Geo T. Cochrat
COCHRAN ft COCHRAN.
La Grande National Bank Buhdlng.
La Grande Oregon
hT H. LLOYD.
Attorney at Law.
Practices In all the Courts of the Stat
rod United States.
WILLIAM "m. RAMSEY.
Attorney and Counsellor at Law.
Rooms 15 and 16 Soramer Block.
La Grande, Oregon
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p.e bottle of these beiutifylng wafer, on receipt of tOc to pay cost of
packing and postage if you mention that you saw the advertisement In
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