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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 18, 1909)
IT JDIB OBSEBYER, LI GRANDE, OREGON. SATntPAr. SEPTEMBER IS, 1909.
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I We Want Your Wants
Our Want Ad Column
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J. D. McKcnnon, chairman of the
committee on judges for the Union
County Exposition, received a letter
from Prof. James Withycombe of the
Oregon Agricultural college stating
that the college would be able to send
judges to La Grande and sent the
names of Pro. E. L. Potter for the
livestock exhibits, Prof. G. It. Hyslop
for the grains and grasses, and Mrs.
Hyslop for the domestic art.
Prof. Withycombe stated that he
would be unable to be present him
self as he had engagements taking
him out of the state at the time of
the fair. The most competent man of
the faculty which means the best In
the state In their lines will come to
La Grande to act as Judges.
Your wantu p'aced before a thousand or more'"want-seeker
every day Can you afford to spend one cent per.word of your
want au whe.e result are the keynotes? -
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We found out early in our business experience that there's no profit in selling a man his first
suit If It turns out to be his last. Talk won't bring you back if you don't think you are get
ting value and good treatment. That's the chief reason why we sell
Aflf red Benjamin
FOR RENT Well built barn.
FOR RENT. Furnished room win
all modern Improvements. 8C4 Main
One 7 room modern house, 1 4 room
cottage, 1 4 room modern furnished,
also modern rooms for rent Call
and give our strongest guarantee. We could easily buy clothing on which we could make a
much larger profit, but we wouldn't be selling you the best clothes made and they couldn't
give you the same Ben se of being well dressed as long as you want to wear them.
Our new fall styles are here and well worthy of the attention of every man who values high
class tailoring and peerless style.
Prices $15.00 to $':5.00
IS. K. W EST
THE QUALITY STORE.
FOR SALE 4 lots In Block 139, Id
Chaplin add; t blocks from round
house for further particualra apply
to L. F. Dunn, City, or C. E. New
Bom 2415 First ave. Rnttln Wnnh
Cucumbers, all sizes, for pi
Now la the time to put up yo2
pickles. Fleshman Bros., pw
Black 622, residence 1812 Y TZ!
FOR RENT Furnished room, ca
Black 1871 (A-26tf)
WANTED Girl for general hm
work, wages $25; apply 902 Pem
WANTED Girl to- do general bouse
work. Phone Red 811. (S-8-tf)
REST -ROMP -RECUPERATE
At The Seashore
The manuscfiut for a new directory
to appear about October 1st, is being
prepared. For new names, correc
tions, etc., please call at the office.
Facific States Telephone and Tele
graph company. (A-2GCt)
With the addition of three special
agents of the general land o.Hee, who
have been delegated to abstract the
records of homesteads and timber
claims in the land office for six years
back, and the four persons delegated
to the local land office for special
work by the district forester at Port
land, the iocal office is crowded to
it3 capacity. The special ! gents of
the general land office are II. E.
Laughlin, William K. West, L. R.
Mason. They are working under the
direction of Chief of Field Agents An
drew Christensen of Portland.
In addition to the special agents,
the district forester at Portland has
delegated four persona, two stated
clerks and two forest rangers to take
the status of all entries in the La
Grande land office, which are includ
ed in forest reserves. Including the
register and receiver, the regular
force at the local office is five, but
at the present time twelve are find
ing quarters there.
The for' o at the office are greatly
inconvenienced by the additional
agents and clerks, but the officials
are glad to have the visitors as they
are saving the work that might have
been demanded of them. Chief Clerk
Carpy has been taking a vacation for
several days, but will return to his
work Monday. Since Receiver Eber
hard has been at the local office the
custom has been followed out for the
other clerks and officers to do extra
work when one of the force Is away.
FOR SALE House and lot on Adams
avenue, extra well built, plastered
house, .good basement, and wood
ched. Price rie'at, Call Black 1941
or see D. C. Stevens at Henry &
Carr'a store. (8-27-9-27)
LOST A pair of gold glasses last
Sunday between the depot and the
little brick school houFe. One glass
thicker than the other. Finder leave
at this office. (S-8-ll-tf)
la a delightful resort and a happy combination of pleasure ground
possibilities. An ideal climate, diversion of recreation perfect bath
ing boating fishing riding driving, and exploring, make North
Boach the nioHt charmlug and popular play ground on the North Pa
THEO. R. & N-
HAS A SPECIAL SUMMER EXCURSION KATE TO SOBTH BEACH
FROM L.V GR.VXPt", ORE.
Remember this will lve you the daylight ride on the Steamer T. J.
Potter uown the Columbia river. Ask for oar booklet "Outing In Ore
gon." J. 11. KENMEY, AGENT 0. B. & N. CO, LA GRANDE, OREGON.
General russen :cr Agent, Portland, Ore.
Notice of Final Settlement.
Notice is hereby given to all con
cerned that Mary G. Hulse, execu
trix of the last will of Marqul3 L.
Il'Uiit, deceased, has filed in the Coun
ty Court of Union County, Oregon,
her final account in the administra
tion of said estate and said court has
set Monday the 4th day of October,
A. D., 1909, at 2 o'clock p. m., as the
time for hearing said account and any
MARY G. HULSE,
Forest Fires Continue.
MADRONB, Calif., Sept. 18. For
est fires In this section of Santa Clara
county continue burning fiercely to
day, has done considerable damage.
Many ranches are endangered and
scores are fighting the flames.
In th Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon for Union County.
L. Eraiille, plaintiff, vs. David B
Connor and Maggie Connor, his wife,
FOR SALE One second hand auto
mobile, five passenger; price very
reasonable; phone 27A Summerville
or Inquire Whiteman Garage. Will
trade for land or sell for cash.
For Sale or Trade.
12 brad registered short horn cattle
for sale or will exchange for La
Grande city property. J. B. Reynolds.
phone Black 602.
LOST AND FOTJXD.
House and eight lota In south 1
Grande, city water and good en
large barn and plenty of fruit Bt
view of the valley.
Thos. S. Harris, 1302 B rtrwt
FOR SALE Set of 11-inch cones for
power belt, shaft 1 1-4 Inches with
hangers. Brand new cost is $35;
will be sold at a bargain. Apply
at Observer office. (S-16-tf)
STRAYED OR STOLEN A Scotch
Coolie dog. Finder will please call
Main 23. (S-17-2t)
out lncle mouths don't ca-e, so long
ta they feel the delicious cookew ct
mr tempting Ice cream. Children art
'ond of It, but what of their elder -especially
the ladies? Very fa
lecline the Invitation to partake of i
mre dish of our excellent cream Take
box of this "Frozen Gladness" home
BLUE MOUNTAIN CEEAMEBI.
The coldest weather since the last
server W. a. Worstell. came last night
when the mercury went down rb 31
spring frost, according to Official Ob
degrees. The thermometer came
back up to 67 at which mark it was
standing at 1 . o'clock. The nearest
approach to the mark of last night
was on the 14th when the tempera
ture was 39 degrees.
Near Summerville, on Thursday,
September 16, 1909, a daughter to Mr.
and Mrsi Gunter.
On Saturday, September 11, a
daughter was porn to Mr. and Mrs.
John Wllvest of R'ast 1a Grande.
School Of Musk
The only School of Music like it in the state
teaching young ana 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,
For prompt service call Main 24.
COAI for $8
Weighed on City Scales.
Rock Springs Lump or
Nut delivered to any part
of the city Gitv scales
ticket delivered with load.
G. E, FOWLER
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