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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 8, 1909)
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That's the expression heard from satisfied wear
ersot Kenreign Waterproof Coats, find Kenyon
Coats satisfy every wearer. We have a complete
line of patterns to please the most critical buyer,
and sizes to tit most anyone. The prices will
please you, too.
Benjamin Suits and Overcoats
High grade clothing at popular prices. Come
in and let us show you. They're correct in ev
ery detail. See the Benamin before buying.
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THE QUALI TY STORE.
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If you hive never tad H. L. WINN
t lean, press," aye or repair your
tlotbes, give him your next order.
Ladies' Silk and Net
Waists a Specially
Phone, Bla id and Ind. ill. In tW
rear of C. C. Pecnlngton's clothing
store. . . :
. . Thoa. Brace Manager. A
The Dramatic Stock Company
Three times today
3-7 and 9 p. m. .
.The laughlEg hit
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RIHGS DYSPEPSII TABLETS
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BCSSEY'S HACK LIVE.
Best of service, Day and 4
4 Night. Hack furnished for 4
funerals and private parties. , 4
Baggage transferred Day and
Stand at Paul's Cigar Store. 4
4 'Phone Red til. - 4
4 Night 'Phone Main . .4
. V!';';:" K. L. BUSSEY. ... 4
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Ik "Stay Satttf actory'B ivce
SOME SPECIAL MONARCH FEA.
... ' ; TUBES .. . . '..
folfcucd Tow. ;
: Needs no stove blacking.
The only corumon-senso draft
.. system In use.
Complete Abestos Lining. .-.".J
A triple wall at every poln:
'exposed to heat
Howard wood and cold grates will burn
either wood or coal
Have wood and coal graces and burn either wood or coal.'
No one expects to buy strictly high grade goods at the price
of "cheap tuff." but some think that a high price guaran-'
tees high quality. Don't make this mistake in buying a range.
Many ranges of ordinary construction are priced high or even
higher than the incomparable Monarch. . v ?
"WHEN YOU BUY A RANGE
Find out what it is made of and how built! You have a right
to know these things. Any ; man selling ranges who says,
"Our range is a tuelsaver a perfect baker,' and stop's Mere,
casts a reflection on your Intelligence. If these ' things are
true of any range, there is a reason for It a; reason you can
see and understand a reason you have a.rjght to know be
i fore buying. " ' ' : ' ..T- v-.;;
We can show In a Monarch range exacUrwhy it does what',
we claim,. Come and see how the , Maleab.a,! Iron and ateel
plates are riveted solidly together, insuring a tight range for '
unlimited time Let ua explain 'how tight permanent seams
are possible only In ranges where Malleable Iron Is used. We
can show you ;how tight, solid construction is necessary to
everything you want most In your new range prompt surs
service long life and fuel economy.
VJ. H. BOHWENKAMP CO
YET BE ALIVE
LITE WILES FOUND BY RESCUERS
AT BOSELYN. ;
i Added Hope In Finding Live -Men
Among Entombed Miners. ,.'
ROSELYN, WASH. Oct 8. Hope is
now running strong In the breasts of
the rescuers that at least some of the
five miners that are entombed In the
burning mine of the Northwest Im
provement Company's shaft, where
the great explosion followed by fire
occurred last Sunday, may still be
alive. . . s
The rescuing parties that have been
working night and day since the ex
plosion took place, were astonished
last night to hear ...the. unmistakable
braying of the mules In the mine and
rushed the work of reseue with re
doubled vlgor.; About an hour later
the workmen reached eight mule's all
of which were alive and later were
found to be as hungry as half starved
kittens. Finding these animals -' stil
alive Bet the rescuers at work in a
desperate manner in the hope that
the five miners known to be still ' In
the mine are still alive and1 can be
saved. " ' ' " -; -
HOLDS 1'IO'IC DINNER IS THE
WOODS WITH CONGRESSMEN
Devours Chicken, Potatoes and Other
Camp Edibles With Tim.
WAWONA, YOSEMITE VALLEY,
Cal. Oct 8.r-''Well thia beats speech
making. I v. ish I could have a month
of this." As he spoke President Taft
reached for another leg of chicken
and deftly removed the meat with
the means provided him by nature.
The. luncheon was served in the open
beneath. the trees on Grouse Creek.
The picture of the camp party was a
peaceful one. A few feet away from
where the president and several con
gressmen ; were sitting - with their
backs propped against convenient
trees, a camp stove gleamed , red
hot on which simmered and boiled
a huge coffee pot filling the surround
lng underbrush ; with a delightful
aroma to the tired campers. ; The
horses belonging to the party were
hobbled a short distance away and
were munching their oats in a peace
ful and contented manner.
' Governor Glllett Congressmen Jas.
C. Needham, William Englebrlght and
Duncal E. McKlnley and John Mulr,
the famous naturalist were seated at
tbe rough board table with the pres
ident" The way "they all pitched into
the chicken, potatoes, , salad, bread,
and butter with pies, cakes, and many
other home cooked dishes, was a cau
t.on. After luncheon tiw ) wHrnt
acted as umpire while the other mem
bers of the party played a ball game,
using a young plne sappling for a bat
and large pine cones for balls. Those
' who were not playing busied thra
! selves gathering pine cones to be used
as base balls as a' large supply was
j needed ' by the players. The umpire
as well as the spectators were kept
i busy dodging the flying pieces of balls
las' they, came hurtling through the
! air In all directions from the bat
j Taft while at lunchMn had a heart
to heart talk with the members of
the party constituting the contingent
; from California regarding the polit
ical, condition' of this state and other
Important questions affecting the In
terests of the state at large.
We - Want. Your Wants
Our Want Ad Column
Your ant i placed before'a thousand or more 'watit-seekurfc
very day-Can you afford 1 to spend one cent perord of vou?
want ao where result are the keynotes? 3
FOR RENT Well built barn. Phone
FOR RENT. Furnished room rl,x
all modern Improvements. 8C4 Main
FOR SALE One ex-minister rug,
9 x 12; good condition, used short
time; cheap. Telephone to S. A.
Weagel, Red 1551. (S-29-14t) .
Help Wanted. '
WANTED-Glrl to do general ho
work. Phone Red 81L (S-8-tf) i
Prune pickers and packers wantod
at once. CaJl .at the Ramsey-Oldea f
berg warehouse 'or phone Main SI'
Caiaflla add; 1 blocks from round
house for further particualra applj
: to L. F. Dunn,' City, 'or C. E. 'New
born 2415 First ave. Seattle Wash
; . . . :-; s 4-12-tf
FOR SALE-House 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 1 &
Carr's ntore. ; ' (O-2-tf)
FOR SALE Fine kraut cabbage for
75 cents per hundred. Inquire of
John Stelnbach at the fair exposi
tion grounds. (O-l-tf)
For Sale.. ,
House and eight lota in aouth La
Grande, city water and good well;
targe barn and plenty of fruit Beat
view of the valley.
V Thos. S. Harris. 1302 B street
FOR SALE One second hand auto
mobile, five passenger; price very
reasonable; phone 27A SummervDle
01 'nqulre Whiteman Garage. Will
trade for land or sell for cash.
FOR SALE Good 3 Inch wagon with
set of springs. Very reasonable;
Call 1308 Jackson street (S-27-10)
FOR SALE Set of 11-inch cones for
power belt shaft 1 1-4 Inches with
hangers. Brand new cost Is S35;
will be sold at a bargain. Apply
at Observer office. (S-16-tf) -...
For Sale or Trade. . j
12 head registered short horn cattk '
for aala or will exchange for U j
Grande city property. . J. H. Reynolds
phone Black 602. i
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MESSENGER SERVICE. I
4 ; We deliver and pick up par-A
4 eels. Quick service; 'phone A
4 Main 24. :- J
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FOR SALE Six , room house on
. Adams avenue, with both hot and
cold water; good lawn. Price J
81750; size of two lots 60 x 114.
Call at Bay, and Zwelfel. (S-28-tf)
FOR SALE A good Fischer plana
Phone Red 482 or addresp Mr. P.
a Warren. 1705 First stmt S-lOt)
FOUND Gold bracelet on hill west
of town Sunday, owner can pro
cure same , by calling at this offlce.
(10-5-7) i':.',v.'. - -j.
Do j our eyes trouble you . when
reading or studying ?fter night? Do
you have headaches or dizryness or
irritated amarting or watering eyea
or granulated Uda? Do you get sick 1
riding? All of these ailments ar
caused by the eyes being out of
shape, too long or short (near or far
sight), unevenness of the front or !
cornea, (Ostigmatism of the eyes, al
so by the effects of age, which causf
our near point of vision to farther aniT
farther away each year after tea
years of age till finally we have to
put on glasses to bring it back to
convenient distance. .
If you have any of these troubles
call on me, I will furnish glasses, the
most up-to-date styles and best spe
cially ground lenses at a price muck
less than the traveling opticians
charge, and I give your eyea a doubU
test by different methods with differ
ent Instruments, one test proves 'th
other.' " .,-.'
; I guarantee all my work. I make
no charge for testing, where glasses
are not required or when I fit glasses.
Give me a trial and be Convinced. ,
; ; H. W. HEWITT,
Optometrist ft Jeweler.
1-3 Adams ave.. La Grande. Or'
WANTED A girl to do general ;
a household work. Inquire of Mrs.
' Fred Geibel. (S-29-tf)
;' V ELGIN, OUBGOX, . '
Where iooI buslneaa men are 4
co-operating and buying stump 4
lands preparatory to Betting 4
commercial orchards.- Wor par- 4
tlcnlara regarding good orchard 4
land At very low prices call or
write The ..V.: . .;.
SLOUGH INVESTMENT CO. 4
Real Esute, Inveetzcenta, Loans 4
and OoItocUons. .
4 4 4 1 4 '' 4 4 4 4
EJderly1 lady would care for mater?
nity cases. Inquire 601 Adams av
enue . (0-l-14t) 'S
, WANTED Success Magazine wants
an energetic and responsible maa or
woman in La Grande to collect for
renewals and solicit new subscrlp- J
tions during full or spare time. Efr-
penence unnecessary. Any one can
start among friends and acquaintances
and build up a' paying and permanent
business without capttaL Complete
outfit and Instructions free. Address.
'VON,- Success Maeazlne. Rnnm m
Success Magazine Building, New York
; CHICAGO $33.00
ST. LOUIS $3100
ST. PAUL $25.00
corresponding rates from all
points east of these termln- ;"
al uolnta. to all tnHnn.
lOREGON ,:,'; '.r-.
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TICKETS wTll be delivered to
any address by mall or wir on
amount being deposited. If un
used refund made in full.
O. M. JACKSON. ,J. S. CARTER
. , . Gen. Agt.
14 Wall St., Spokane.
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