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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 2, 1909)
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A letter to me" stating
your location snd needs
will bringyou all . the. in
formation regarding well
R. A. WEST,
The Wei! Driller
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Amusements of the Week
C03HK WEEK REPLETE WITH STROXG NUMBERS IN THEATRICAL LINES, INCLIDING
GRAND OPERA, "PAID IN FIXL"'AND TWO CARDS AT THE PASTIME.
Next week, theatrically, Is an Im
portant one. for real grand opera is
to be introduced on a large scale, and
then too, the city is to see "Paid !a
Pull," though it comes under a de
ferent name. "The Captain and The
Lady" i3 the name of the piece which
really is that masterpiece, "Paid in
Manager Steward feels Justly , Ju-
It Is not necessary to put with the
nconvenience of poor sight these days
further more it is foolish to neglect
aving your eyes properly . attended
If you suffer from headaches, ner-
ousness, ypu will find it will pay
ou to have your eyes examined, as
n nine cases out of ten the trouble
We can give you an expert exam-
nation fit you with the correct
lasses If they are necessary.
J. It PEARE
In 1907 the Merchants
of Oregon saved ove
$10,000 hycarry'nga part
of their Insurance in their
own company, the Oregon
Merchants Mutual Fire As
surance Association, of
Dayton, Oregon. In 1908
they will save $15,000.
During the same period
their neighbors were hand
ing over $1,500,000 in
profits to outside companies
In the Oregon Merchants
Mutual you get:
INSURANCE AT COST
A LIMIT TO YOUR LIABIL
ITIES PROMPTSETTLEMENT OF
W. OUVER, Agent
For Rapid Delivery Seivice
are In position to do any
Wnd of transferring. Give us a
trial order. Calls answered day
'Phones: ... ; .
rfay. Red 711.
Night, Black 1171.
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E. M. VtELLMAU & CO.
bllant over the fac t that he has se
cured the International Grand Opfcra
company, for an engagement of one
performance at the Opera House the-
4tre on Thursday, October 7th. The
company numbers Beventy-nlne ar
tists, and an orchestra of thirty. This
is by far the largest organiation of
its kind ever seen !n La Grajide, be
sides being the largest o.era com
pany on tour. Manager Staward an
nounces that the price of tlckR.ti arc
$3.00 to 75 cents.
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MME. THZKRY A3f Oli ABCAEGELI WITH INTERS AT tiSAL 01'EBA COM PA NT.
inesaive acts uk a poultice
llAnknt!.. ftEMIVIl ALL
ttThe Captain And The Lady.w
I Will be the opening play of the en
gagment of the Eckhardt company
ably supporting Miss. Josephine
jDeffry, in this city commencing next
Monday, October ,4th, Steward's Opera
: house, for a stay of one week omit
ting Thursday, October 7th.
i "The Captain and The Lady"
I abounds in bright and brillant lines
land is highly entertaining. It is
bi tratii'ully mounted and rich. In cos-
w-ioit y-id crownt'd ' with lnfl!"tits
ciiinaxs in a, hand-somolr nrtis
;t sf.tii. im every a t ; urs with
"irlr:!.i::'.v.,:5. The pie ..'ill be beauti
VJy niountti 5r; correct and
iminnuking way v,hich marks all the
plays produced under the manage
ment of Mr. Oliver J. Eckhardt. Prices
10 cts., 20 cts., and 30cts. Reserved
seats on sale at J. Van Buren-'s Cigar
Observer Want Ads Pay
A Fine Stock Ranch
- In Antelope Valley, 1 1-J mllea southeast of Telocaset, 320 acres, of which
240 acres is In cultivation, the balance pasture land; 100 inches of water
right; a new 6 room house, good barn and other out buildings; two good
springs a small orchard. Price $8,000. Will take half in city property and
balance on time or $7,500 half cash' and half on time. Call onC J. BLACK,
La Grande, Oregon or t f ..a-M,nvtiw
C. L. ENGLAND, Telocaset, Ore.
DETER MIXES SUCCESS.
Quality Indicates the man; Quality makes the merchant; Quality
you will remember long aftor the price has been forgotten. The
quality and prices of the goods piled up and scattered around
this store will tell you whether or not this Is the right place to get
the right quality at the right prices.
Yes, It would be easy to go ahead and enumerate all kinds of drugs
medicines, stationery, toilet goods, books, combs, brushes, etc BBut
whafa the use? It isn't Just things you're after. You want quality,
articles of merit, antf things that are pure and wholesome.
This is not a little, dingy place. It's a drug store rlth lots of good
goods for good people. It's a drug store o fquality, and the bMt In
.he beginning is the cheapest in the end. ,
Business principles that are broad, honbvable and fair to all,
form the keystone for a united friendship. ;
HILL'S DRUQ JTORE
LA GRANDE, - - - OREGON
A Section of Wheat Land for
Near Alicel, all or part, $50 to $60 per acre, will
be under ditch. Write Box 5 Elgin, Oregon, for the
Go to the
for your cakes and pastry for Sunday. A trial order ,wil
convince you that we are selling the best BREAD in the city,
Our Ice Gream and ourSherbert is the
talk of the town
HERMAN ROESCH, Prop.
Of our abstracts Is their accuracy
and (jiv.i)l, txueos when you have an
abmract made by us you secure a
complete, accurate history of the par
cel of real estate which is something
every real estate Investor should al
ways have before he Invests. -
If you are a prospective Investor
don't fail to have us post you thor
oughly on the real estate before you
The only complete set of abstract
books In Union county.
LA GRANDE INVESTMENT CO.
A'otlce of Final Settlement
Notice Is hereby given that Jona
than Green, administrator of the es
tate of James Green, deceased, hat
filed In the County Court of the State
of Oregon for Union County, his final
account In said estate and that said
Court has appointed Monday, the 20t
day of September, 1009, at 3 o'clock
p. m., at the Court House. In La
Grande, Union County, Oregon, as th
time and place for hearing objec
tions to said final account and the
. JONATHAN GREEN.
R. H. LLOYD,
Attorney for Estate.
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The manuscrlDt for a new directory
to appear about October 1st, Is being
prepared. For new aames, eerree
tlons, etc., pleas call at the office.
Pacific States Telephone and Tele
graph company. . (A-266t)