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LA GRANDE EVENING OltSEBVEll THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1910
I the Classified
FOR EVERY HOME
IN LA GRANDE
The cost for wiring, lamps and
current Is exceedingly small eom.
pared with the eontenlence, com
fort and safety obtained by 1U
use. ' ..?'.'"
Tour home can be wired com
plete at an average cost of only
$2.00 per room. Lamps,, fixtures,
flatlrons, cooking utensils and nn
meroui other electrical . appllan.
ees may be obtained at surprising,
ly low cost.
Ask yur neighbor why he uses
electric light! he certainly has
some reason for doing to, and then
call at our office-Tier our repre
sentatlve call at your house and
explain to yon why you should
hare your home wired and use
msfEii mm LIGHT HO .
POWER COMPANY T6
WE dose all
SUGAR Cash? price Sugar. $6.75;
beet sugar $6.25.
VEGETABLES Dry onions, . 2c ;
parsnips, 2 l-2c; spinach, 8 h for 25;
fresh reas, 15c; asparagus, 3 lb for
25c; rubarb, 5c; celery. lOe'a bunch;
hot house lettuce, 2 bunches for 15c;
head lettuce, 10c; radishes, S bunches
for 10c; green onions, 6c a bunch;
fresh Florida tomatoes, 10c; new po
tatoes, 21b for 25c. v ;
FRUIT Oranges. 40c dos; lemons,
35c; bananas, 40c; strawberries, 15c
per box; cherries 2Rs for 25c; goose
berries, 2 Qts. for 25c. .-.-
MEATS Hogs, live weight, well
flnisued, $10 cwt; cows, '3 1-2 to 4c;
veal 4 to 4 l-2ci mutton, 5 1-2;. chick
ens ISr - -.
' Portland Markets
BUTTER Extra Creamery, 29c;
store 20023.' t ' 1 t; ' .'
BUTTER FAT Delliver t o. b. at
Portland, sw, cream 27 1-2; sour 25 1-2
EGGS Local, candled, select 23 0
POULTRY Mixed chickens, 18 l-2c;
fancy hens. 19c; turkeys,' alive,
20 O 21c; dressed, 27 O 28 c; pigeons
squabs, . $2.50 ; dressed chickens, 1 to
2c higher than alive. V
BARLEY Producers price, 1909
Feed, $23; rolled, $23; brewing $24.
WHEAT Nominal - urack, club,
808ic; bluestem. 8384c; Willam
ette valley, 81c. , -
MILLSTUFFS Selling price Bran
$19.60 $20; mldlings, $29.80; shorts,
21$21.50; chop,' $130 $28.
FLOUR Now crop patents, $5.55;
The Friendly Little
European Plan Only ;
Rooms 50c to $1.50
First class Throughout
QNE BLOCK FROM DEPOT
La Grande, Oregon
'' any flavor
A Heal in
;' Selder's ,
Gonfectionery Store '
Carrie il tf Ira Along
HENDRIGKS & HALL
Painters, paper hang
ers,' decorators." Esti
mates furnished free.
Geddes Grocery Building
Phone Ind. 1431 ,
N tbe woods," aakl daddy, "there was a pretty little brook, which began
flow from a spring high , up in the hills and flowed ind flowed
through the woods and fields until it fell into tho big river that runs
past the city. It was a tiny brook and very shallow In most places.
tut here and there it was quite deep. -.;;-.' 1 f', ' -
"When the little brook first began to flow through the woods it was very
happy. ' It found the sunshine warm and pleasant, and where It ran under the
trees the shade cooled it off, so that wherever It went It Was Very comfortable.
As It ran over the little rocks and stones In Its path and fell a few feet in
some places, making little waterfalls that looked like tiny Niagara falls, It
maae pieasant music an aay long.
' "But after awhile the little brook became lonesome It was In an out of
the way place, and few people came to sit on its bank and look at the rippling
water and listen to its cheery music. So tbe little brook began to long for
some one to talk to. It was very fond of children. .: : i:
, "So when the McFudge family came to live near tbe brook and Tommy
and Mary McFudge came to play there the brook was very happy again. -Of
course It couldn't tell them how happy It was, but it seemed to flow faster
when they were near and make more pleasant music as it flowed.
"At first Mrs. McFudge was afraid to let the children play near the brook
for fear they would fall In and be drowned1. :. But they promised to be very
careful, and the little brook seemed bo quiet and pleasant that Mrs. McFudge
soon lost her fear. - - ' '; : -. ,-.
"One day, however, a sad thing happened. A pretty little flower bad
fallen Into the brook and was being carried down to the big river. Mary and
Tommy were playing near the brook, and Mary asked her brother to get the
flower for her... Tfhe brook tried to warn Tommy not to lean out too far, -but
he could not understand It, and before he knew what he was about he reached
out Just a little too much and fell into the water.
"The little brook seemed to know that Tommy was in danger and became
quite excited when he fell. : But it was a very friendly little brook and would
not let Tommy be harmed. It caught hold of .him and turned him round and
i carried him along a little way to a spot where It knew that Its water was
snauow, ana there It left Tommy. He was frightened and rather wet. but
not hurt at all. - -v., 7' -' . ,;..;.-
"After that time Tommy and Mary were very careful Indeed not to lean
Medicines that aid nature are always mutt I
acts on this plan. It loosenslhe cough, re- ater and 80 muflt 0TX be 7ck M Evelyn, if you play near a brook.
Haves the longs, opens the Mentions and aids uta wooks may not be as friendly as the one in this story."
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OF THE v.v.--:-1--'':;.''''-'-
LA GRANDE. ORE
M. W. A.
La Grande Camp No. 7703 meets
every Monday in the month at the I.
O. O. F. Hall. All visiting neighbors
are cordially 'invited to attend.
. I. B, SNOOK, C.
D. E. COX, Clerk.
Women of Weodcraft
Grande Ronde Circle No. 47 meets
every first and third Thursday even-
lng in the month at the I. O. O. F.
! Halt All visiting mombers welcome.
I CHLOE ROBINSON, Q. M.
f UZZIE ELLSWORTH, Clerk.
A. F. A. M.
La Grande Lodge No. 41, A. F. ft
f A. M. holds rejoiler meeungs nrst ana
third Saturdays at 7:30 p. m.
" ' . ' JOHN C HODGIN, W. M.
La Gran le Lodge No. 433 meets
each Thursday evening at 8 o'clock in
Elk's club corntr of Depot street and
Washington Avenue. Visiting brothers
are cordially Invited to attend.'
DR. G. L. BIGGERS, Ex. Ruler.
HUGH McCALL, Rec. Sec.
I O. 0. F. Subordinate V
La Grande Lodge No. 16 meets In
tl&lr hall every Satniday night. Vis
iting brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. GEO. GROUT, N. G.
, J. R. SNOOK, Rec. Sec.
W. A. WORSTELL, Fin. Sec
' Crystal Lodge No. .60 meets every
Tuesday evening in the I. O. O. F. hall
All visiting members are invited to
attend.' : ' v. -
MRS. CORA FITZGERALD, N. G. !
MISS SUSAN McILROT, Sec.
Knights of Pythias
Red Cross Lodge No. 27 meets ev
ery Monday alight in CasUe .hall,
(old Elk's hall). A Pythian welcome
to all visiting Knights.
ED. WRIGHT, C. C.
R. Li LINCOLN, M. of R. ft S.
Hope Chapter No. 13, O. E. S. holds
stated communications the second
and fourth Wednesdays of each month
Visiting members cordially Invited.
MART A. WARNICKec.
PAULINE LEDERLEE, W. M.
Woodmen of the World
La Grande Lodge No. 169 W. O. W.
meets every second and fourth Tues
day In the month. All visiting mem
bers ; welcome.
NERI ACKLES, & C.
J. H. KFENEY, Clerk.
lffcX Par Rent? We loan you
money to build, and you
pay us as you would rent
The first nam of the had of the family, pleas."
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lot Twcsbod or mobs li&. h U. kl 1m
fa isnpemnm. Th gas ail) and with .22 Jim
bttcfta .22 kof Of botfiO canndtM wuixwt um
V. TIm Aon ertnde fa tufcoent lot mnawi. toning, and
oiw " oi W with hudwm. art fiorer. la Jam fall of MUte
JcMznfa firearms Ca, NHn,cJ!!
A LARGE concern handluig Alberta
and Saskatchewan landa exclusive
ly, with main offices in Calgary, Al
berta, and Spokane, Wash., want a
live representative in La Grande.
Good opening for a hustler. Address
the Showalter Land Co., 306 Rook,
ery, Spokane, Washington.
LOST A locket, one side fully en
graved, other side plain. Leave at
V LRNISHED ROOM For gentlemen
ccly. Nice location. Close In. Call
nu Red 952. : it
WANTED Boy to sell Observers o
(he streets. Apply to the clrci
latlon manager of the Observer. '
FOR SALE Old papers at the 0
' server office. rr-v-.'-ir.w-.f
FOR SALE The Snodgrasa residenoft
in the Old Town consisting of ft
ten room house, and the E. W. EarV
lett house In the Old Town, consul
lng of seven rooms. Will bft soil
cheap If taken at once! Inquire at
tbe gnodgrass grocery! V- : . 4
FOR SALE Household goods for
sale, consisting of-6 dressers. 1
bed springs and mattresses, I ns
I carpets, 8 stoves, library tabls.
commodes and wash stands, sanitary
couch, i rockers, curtains, kltchaa
utensils, etc., linoleum enough for t
floors. Inquire at 1307 Madison Avm.
ROOM and BOARD 1617 Fourti GL
cotton rasa. CV
FOR . SALE Seven room -modern
house and eight lots, young orchard
inquire of Earl Zundel at the Ls
Grande National Bank.
FOR RENT Two nicely furnished
rooms with electric lights and use
of bath.' Inquire at 1910, Cedar St 's
FOR SALE Household furniture ct
A. O. Hagan's residence 1410 Ilea
FOR SALE Phaeton, good as new.
- Inquire 901 Adams avenue or phona
Red 161. V- 'r ; , " ..;';;(. r ,
GOING TO UNION! Do you want to
look right? i Take your suits to
Penington's and get 'em cloanod and canned fruit and baby carriage.
pressed right , . at 104 Pennsylvania avenue.
J FURNISHED , ROOMS 1612, Adams
FURNITURE FOR SALE All house
hold furniture of ft five-room house
for sale cheap if taken at once; alao
WANTED Lady cook for the Savoy
' hotel. rT . '
Ave, 28.00 pe month.
Q O O '0
fj PE0FESSJ0X1L DIBECTORT.
BACON ft HALL
Physicians and Surgeons
Office in LaGrande National Bank Bid.
V , ; Phone Main 19
C. T. Bacon, residence Main 18.
' M. K. Hall, residence,' Main 62.
Chas. E. Cochran Geo. T. Cochran
COCHEAN ft COCnRAN
. Attorney I ;
l a Qr'ando National Bank Bldg. -La
Grande 1 - , Oregon
C M. UPTON, Ph. G. M. D.
Ppysiclan and Surgeon
Special attention to Eye, Ear, Nose
and Throat ' Office In La Grande Nat
ional Bank Building. Phones: - Of
fice Main 2, Residence Main 32.
GEO. W. ZIMMERMAN
Sommer Bldg., Rooms 7, 8, 9 and 10
Phones: Home 1332, Pacific Main 63,
Residence phone, Black 951. Suc
; cossor to Dr. r. E. Moore.
; Toacher of Piano : ,
Pupil of Pierre Doullet of the San
For Children the Burrows method o;
muBic study and mu3lcal kindergar
ten. Studio in Mahaffey Bulldlnr.
; T. IL CBAWFOKD
.'. , Attorney-at-law
Practices in all the courts of, tho
State and United States.
Office In La Grando National Bank
Bldg La Grande, Oregon ;.
Mining Ear Ineer
Baker City - - ;
. DR. II. L. UNDERWOOD '
Ppysiclan and Surgeon ;
' Over Red" Cross Drug Store
Special attention to diseases of Eye.
' and Ear." ' "
Office phone Main 22; Res. Main
,: WILLIAM M. RAMSEY
Attorney and Counselor at Law
Room 15 and 16 Sommer Block ; .
La Grande - . - Oregon
. DR. P. A. CnARLTOH ' ,
Office at Hill's Drug Store, La Granle
Residence phone, Red 701; Office
phone, Black 1361; Independent
phone 63; both phones at residence.
DR. W. BT. RILEY
Graduate from the Oh! i Ctate Univer
sity. Vaccination, Dentistry ftnd sur
, gery of all kinds. Country calls
promptly answered. Agent for Nat
ional Live Stock Insurance Asso
: elation, Portland, Oregon.
Office 14 Adams Ave. Phonos, PadSs
Black 1901, Independent 373.
A . J. C PRICE, D. M. D.
' '.- - ' .v..; Dentist '
Room 23, La Grande National Bank
Building. Phoue Black. 8991.
N. M0LIT0R, HL D.
; : Ppysiclan and Surgeon -Corner
Adamn . e. and Denot street.
Oregon j Office Main 68 Residence $1 :
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