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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 16, 1910)
T.A ORJkXDE EVENING OBSERVES FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16-1910.
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r Home cooking. Everything the
market affords. Will mike a spe
' ialty of dinner. H. L. Clark, Prop. '
209 Fir street.
Old Clothes Made Equal to New
J ifcam, French Dry and Chemical Cleaning at Ihe
Elite Dying and Cleaning Works
6 t Ladies work a specialty
V H.B, WAGGONER, Prop
d : Mahaffey Bldg. Depot st , Phone Main 6
Have a Suramef j
j Without Headaches f
j Summer should be a recreation time, a time when- f
5 life is really enjoyed and when vitality . is stored for j
p the more trying seasons, j
:''-..TIio:ieuio oi many people ia spoiled fay head- J
R aches. Travel, outings , or exposure to the sun is apt f
g to bring on this affliction. Don't have headaches this j
p. summer. Keep a supply of'our : , " J
MeviMs fnsfanf Headache ;J
f on hand. They stop coming headaches or cure head- j
4 aches that have already arrived. A simple reliable
j remedy .with a' record of many years back of them, j
J The remedy you (should always have and depend upon, jj
i Price 25 cents i
4 . , " ; ;.y . . ; : ' ; ' ?
. 5 ' Sold by us only . ' ! ' i
La Grande, Oregon
112 1-2 acres, 5 acres bearing orchard. 75 acres under cultivation, 6 J
room house, pantry, bath and closets; new; large barn, 60x90 feet; J
good condition; household furniture; 3 head horses, 3 cows, 1 year-, C
. ling, 1 calf, 2 pigs, ,1 wagon, 1 mower; 1 rake; one sulkey plow; S
1 hand plow; 1 cultivator; 1 harrow; 2 lawn mowers; $80.00 sep 5
arator and all other small tools on farm; 4 miles from La Grande; 2
all for 112,000.00. Let me show you. - ' . A
C. J. BLACK
The Real Estate Man
Natural Mineral Water
Bottled as It Flows From the Spring
It's Good for what Ails You
Complete equipment for resetting and repairing !
rubber buggy tires.
LA GRANDE IRON WORKS
D. FUIQERALD, Proprietor .
Complete Machine Shops and Foundry
Let us tell you all about it
Light and Power
European Plan Only .
Rooms 60c to $1.50
First class Throughout
D. G. BRIGHOUX,
ONE BLOCK FROM DEP01
La Grande, Oregon -s
f PBOFESSJnXAL DIRECTORY. O
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N. MOLITOR, M. D
PpysSclan, and Surgeca
Cooer Aaira- -s. hn.l Depot ttrwt
OdV:0 alj 68 Residue!
A. L. RICHARDSON '
- Physician and Surgeon
Office Hours: 2 to 5 p. m. except Sun
day. Sunday by appointments. Tele
phones: Office, Black 1362; Ind. 353;
residence, Main 55; 'ind. 312.
C. 1L UPTON, Ph. G. M. D.
. Ppyslclan anft Surgeon ' ..
Special attention o Eye. Ear. Nose
and Throat Office in La Grande Nat
ional Back Building. Phones: Of
fice Main 2, Residence Main 32.
GEO. W. ZI&XEB3LO
Sommer Bldg. Room 7. 8, 9 and 10
Phones: Home 1332. Pacific Main 63,
Residence phone. Black 851. Sac-
ccosor to Dr. r. E. Moore.
Dr. M. P. MEJiDELSOHN.
Doctor of Optics.
Spectacles rjid Eye Glasses 'Fitted
. and made to order. .
All Errors of Refraction Corrected
1105 Adams Ave. : Foley Hotel Bldg.
La Grande, Orepa
T. H. CEAWFOHD
Attorney-at-law '.' y
Practices In all the courts of the
State and Un'ted Stages.
Office In. La Grande National Bank
Bldg La Grande, Oregon
D3L j . A f.HLTOS
' - t Vetera rr Surgeon'
Office at HillM Drug Store, La Gran It
Residence phone. Red 701; Office
phone, , Black 1361; Independent
phone 53; hotn phones t tesldence
Chas, E. Cochran J- ! Geo. T. O
COCHRAN & C0CIIKA5
I a Grande National Bank B
La Grande Oregoc
DB H. L. U3TDEH1T00D
D3. DORA J. UTOEBWOOD
Office c?er Red Cross Drag store.
Phones, office ln 23; Res. MaJn 723
ry pay Rent? We loan you
money to build, and you
pay us as you would rent.
J, R. OLIVER.
D. W. C NELSON
Baker City - . - ' ' - Oregon
J. C. PRICE, D. Jtf. D.
Room 23, La Grande National
Building. ho:.e Black 89 "
XAn Indian can be happy without a Piano. But who wants, -J
$ to be an Indian? f
iSTElNWAY, LUDWIG. KERTZMANN. A. B. CHASE and
CONOVER Pianos for sale by ,
J. J. JCOJJ
Is now on the
This will be the moa t sightly addition of La rande.
The only addition to La Grande with building restrictions.
The lots are large nearly a full acre in each lot
We are going to set out some nice apple and cherry trees
on each lot
We are going to mak e the prices reasonable, and most fa?-
orable terms. No Interest No taxes.
Come to our orflce and look at the plat, then get into our
' automobile and go see the property.
La Grande Investment Co.
. ! ' Owners La Grande, Oregon 1
CoinItmentary Concert Next Sunday
Next Sunday afternoon the band
will give another complimentary con
cert on the streets of ' La Grande.
Manager Bacon and Director Thomas
Hill has announced the following pro
gram - for that day.
PART I. v.
March "Regimental Review
Overture "From Dawn to Twilight..
.C. W. Ben net
Baritone Solo "Holy City"
' O. M. Heacock
Humoresque "Teddy After Africa,"
i : ....... . A. Pryor
PART II. " '
Intermezzo "Margarita" ........ . . . .
Waltz "En Madlo del Mar" ........
Cornet and Trombone Duo "Comet
and Moonjight" Silckney
1 Messrs Clag8ton and Sherwood.
Medley Overture "America"
Notice of S'reet Improvement.
To whom It may concern;
Notice Is hereby given that In pur
suance of a resolution adopted by the
Common Council of the City of La
Grande, Oregon, on the. ninth day of
February, 1910, creating Improve
ment District No. 17, and designating
Jefferson Avenue as such district, and
In pursuance of a resolution adopted
by said Common Council on the twenty-
fourth day of August, 1910, where
by said Council determined and de
clared its Intention to improve all that
portion of Jefferson Avenue, in said
improvement district as hereinafter
described,, by laying thereon cement
walk, curb and gutter, the Council
will, ten days after the service of this
notice upon the owners of the prop
erty affected and benefitted by such
improvement, order that said above
described improvement be made; that
the boundaries of said district to be so
""I"u"u am as lUiiOWg; jj .
portion of Jefferson Avenue, from t,'
East Curb line of Fir street, t0 t,
west curb line of Greenwood StrJ
Notice is hereby further given tt'
the Council will levy a special as8ef !
mtnt on all the property affected j'
benefitted by such Improvement f
the purpose of paying for Buch J
provement. .That 4he estimated co '
of such improvement la the ium :
$1563.00. That the Council win on
twenty-eighth day of September i9r'
meet at the Council chamber at "
hour of 8 o'clock P. M., to conslde!
said estimated cost, and the levy j
said assessment, when a hearing
be granted to any person feeling ill
grieved by such assessment. j
La Grande,' Oregon, September 11
CITY COUNCIL OF LA GRAVnr
By D. E. COX, I
Recorder of the City of La Grande'
Oregon. . ; . .
Sept. 16-27. ,
90c PER BOX
Drugs come from all all parts of the earth. There are
thousands of them. To be able to identify them, test them
and compound them properly is a task that requires exper
Who endeavors to serve you in a manner must use
endless care in the selection and handling of his stock.
We exercise such care: We know that the drugs we sell
are worthy in every way-and we charge you nothing extra
for the protection we afford you.
I - Market Quotations.
, . .
SUGAR Cash Price Sugar. 16.75
beet sugar 96.56. . '
VEGETABLES New iry onlona,
4c lb; green onions three
bunches for 10 c. tomatoes 10c lb.;
new potatoes, 2c lb.; cabbage 4c;
green corn 20c; string beans, i0c lb;
green peppers, 15c lb. "
FRUIT Orangee, 50c per dosen;
lemons, 45c per dozen; tananas, 40c
per dot; Uu .
Blackberries 2 boxes, 25c; water
melons 2 l-2c lb; cantalope 10 ft 15c
8c; peaches 85c and $1.00 'per box;
plums 2c lb.
Grapes, 2 lbs for 25c.
MEATS Hogs, lire .weight well
finished, S9 cwt; cows, 3 1-2 to 4c;
veal 4 to 4 l-2c ; mutton 4 to 6; chick
ens, 12c; fries, 17c.
BARLEY Producers' price: rolled,
126; brewing, 125. Wheat, $33 per ton.
MILLSTUFFS Brand. $22, shorts,
HAY Alfalfa, baled, $16; timothy,
baled, $20. ( .';.'-
FLOUR High patent 5.60; family
patent $5.20; straight $4.80.
BUTTER Extra creamery, 35c;
store 22 1-2024 1-2.
BUTTER FAT Denirer t o. b. at
Portland aw cream SS 1-2; sour $0.
EGGS Local, candled, 3029.
POULTRY Mix chickens 16c8c;
fancy 19 cents; turkeys, alire
20 t 21; pigeons squats. $2.50; dres-"
sed chickens, 1 to 2c higher than alive.
BARLEY Producers " price, 1810;
Feed 23.60; rolled 25.6026.80, brew
WHEAT Nominal track, club,
81'and 88;.bluestem 96;, William Val
ley 90. Valley 97.
MILLSTUFFS Selling prtce-'-Sran
$22; mldllng, 30; shorts, $24. chop 1
25. , ." ; " ;
FLOUR Old crop patenU, $5-