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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 22, 1910)
LA GRANDE EVENINli OliSEKVKU THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1910.
.4 Horn cooking. Everything the
market affords. Will make' a spe-
.clalty of dinner. H. L. Clark, Prop.
209 Fir street
Old Clothes Made Equal to New
Steam, French Dry and Chemical Cleaning at the
Elite Dying and Cleaning Vorks
6 , Ladies work a specialty
5 W B. WAGGONER, Prop
This column is open to any candidate regardless of Faction
or Party and is paid advertising
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f The pleasure of many people is spoiled by head- a
S. F. WILSON. Athena, Oregon, candi
date for joint senator for Umatil
la, Union and llorrow counties sub
ject to decision of republican pri
maries. "I firmly believe in the di
rect primary lav, economy In the
use of public funds, good roads,
hotter schools, strict and prompt
enforcement of Uw, the square deal
and eternal progress of man and bis
3 to bring on this affliction. Don't have headaches this J
0 summer. Keep a supply of our J
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1 Cure t
J on hand. They stop coming headaches or cure head- 4
aches that have already arrived. A simple reliable J
j remedy with a record of many years back of them, j
J The remedy you should always have and depend upon, jj
Price 25 cents -
' old by us only ', ;.Jv V-.
La Grande, Oregon j
112 1-2 acres, 5 acres bearing orchard, 75 acres under cultivation, 6 J
room houBe, pantry, bath and closets; new; large barn, 60x90 feet;
good condition; household furniture; 3 head horses, 3 cows, 1 year- 2
ling, 1 calf, 2 pigs. 1 wagon, 1 mower; 1 rake; one sulkey plow; A
1 hand plow; 1 cultivator; 1 harrow; 2 lawn mowers; $80.00 sep 5
arator and all other amall tools on farm; 4 miles from La Grande; A
all for $12,000.00. Let me show you. A
C. J. BLACK
77ie Real Estate Man
Let us tell you all about it
Light and Power
European Plan Only
Rooms 50c to $1.50
First class Throughout
D. G. BRIGHOUX,
OHE BLOCK FROM DEP01
La Grande, Oregon
VLIhy pay Rent ? We loan you
" money to build, and you
pay us as you would rent.
C A. BARRETT, Athena, Oregon.!
hereby announce myself as a candi
date for the nomination for Joint
senator for the district embracing
Union, Umatilla and Morrow coun
ties, subject to the choice of re
publican voters at the primary
nominating election to be held on
September 24th, 1910. If nomina
ted and elected I will work for the
interest of all the people of my
district to the best of my ability,
favor the maintenance of the dl
rect primary law ana people's
choice for seuator and believe the
people are as competent to nom
inate as they are to elect their of
ficers. Very respectfully yours,
f . C. A. BARRETT.
R. C T. BACON, La Grande, Oregon.
The Observer Is authorized to
announce the candidacy of Dr. C. T.
Bacon for coroner of Union county,
, subject to the decision of the re
publican voters at the primary elec
tion' " " :
with me. Your silence leads me to be:
lieve that you prefer to keep your as
sembly views out of sight as much ai
possible. I am opposed to assemblies;
you favor them. I favor the people't
choice for U. S. senator. Do you? L
you do, were you not lonesome among
the delegates to the late republicai
assembly at Portland? Do you know
of any assembjy, state or coun;y, that
has named o- favored a single, soli
tary man who favors the people's
choice for senator? Being an assem
blyman you don't believe the people
are capable of choosing their state
candidate directly. How about their
ability to choose their U. S. Senator?
Can they do that or should this be
thrown back into the Legislature?
Come, let us throw away pur political
."gum shoes" and declare ourselves
upon these questions.
. N Yours very truly, '
JOHN P. RUSK.
Republican Candidate for Re-Nomlna-tlon
for Joint-Representative Union
. and Wallowa counties. ; ,
Complete equipment for resetting and repairing
rubber buggy tires. . ..
LA GRANDE IRON WORKS
D. FilZQERALD, Proprietor ' ' '
Complete Machine . Shops and foundry
DR. CLYDE T. HOCKETT, Enterprise,
candidacy for Joint representativo
for the 24th representative district
subject to the voters of the republi
can party at the primary nominat
ing election to be held in said rep
resentative district, September 24.
1910.! CLYDE T. HOCKETT.
OrEX LETTER 50. 2-RITSK
a , ; HOCKETT.
Joseph, Ore, Sept. 12. 1910.
To Dr, C T. Hockett, Enterprise, Ore.
Dear Doctor: Having been a dele
gate from Wallowa county to the late
republican assembly at Portland I am
surprised that you neglect to defend
the assembly scheme in public debate
W. W. RANDALL, LA GKAMJfii, I
wish to announce that I am a candi
date for the republican nomination
to the office of sheriff, subject to the
decision of the primary held Septem
t! B. KAY, Anti-Assembly candidate
for State Treasurer has had wide ex
perience In business and public life.
He is president of the Salem Board
of Trade, is manager of the Salem and
Eugene Woolen Mills. Has been a
member of the Oregon legislature for
the past eight years and has a good
record. He always supported meas
ures In the Interest of eastern Oregon.
Such as the Portage Railway bill, the
Sheep Inspection law, the Experiment
al Btation, the bill to establish a
branch Insane aBylum in eastern Ore
gon and many others, and iB in sym
pathy with the eastern Oregon coun
ties. He is well Qualified to fill the
position of State Treasurer. Vote for
T. B. KAY. ,
BRIDGE and BEACH LINE
4 with same amount of fuel they will produce more heatj J
rf OIL STOVES that are positively guaranteed.
AT. & M. CO. '
To tKe Republican Voters:
If my record is approved, I
desire renomination for the "
office of Attorney General on
the Republican ticket
During my term, I have
saved the state over $500,.
000, as shown in voters'
pamphlet, page 23.
A. M. CRAWFORD, Roseburg, Ore.
I R. OLIVER. I
Paid Advertisement ?
Is now on the
This will be the mos 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 buLub l iil 6 ;r!c: rcsionsb! ? rt
. . orable terms. No Interest. No taxes.
Come to our office and look at the plat, then get Into our
automobile and go see the property.
La Grande Investment Co.
Owners, La Grande) Oregon .
An Indian can be happy without a Piano. But who wants
. to be an Indian? J
OSTEINWAY, LUDW1G, KERTZMUNN, A. B. CHASE and O
CONOVER. Pianos for sale by '.
$ S '; : !- o
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We are closing out a line
of Leather Goods, ladles?
Hand Bags, Purses, Etc.,
Etc., at Bargain Prices.
GET YOURS NOW
Wright Drug Co.
THE RELIABLE DRUGGISTS
SUG ARCash PriceSugar, 6.75;
beet sugar $6.55.
VEGETABLE New dry onions,
4c lb; green . onions three
bunches for 10 c. tomatoes 10c lb.:
new potatoes, 2c lb.; cabbage 4c;
green corn 20c; string beans. 10c lb;
green peppers, 15c lb.
FRUIT Orangw, 60c per doten;
lemons, 45c per dozen; nananas, 40c
per dot; ,-' .
Cantaloupe, 10c and 15c; peaches 85c
and $1.00 per box; plums 2c lb.
plums 2c lb.
Grapes, 2 lbs for 25c. ,
MEATS Hogs, lt?e weight, well
finished, $9 cwt; cows, 3 1-2 to 4c;
veal 4 to 4 l-2c ; mutton 4 to 5; chick
ens, 12c; fries, 17c.
BARLEY Producers' price: rolled,
$26; brewing, $25. Wheat, $33 per ton.
M1LLSTUFFS Brand $2; shorta
HAT Alfalfa, baled, $16; limow,
baled, $20; mixed $18.
FLOUR High patent, 5.60; far?ltt
patent, $5.20; straight $4.80. .
BUTTER Extra creamery, 35c;
store 22 l-224 1-2.
BUTTER FAT Delllver t o. b. at
Portland 8w cream IS 1-1; sou SO.
EGGS Local, candled, 30029.
POULTRY Mix chickens 16c8c;
fancy 19 cenU; turkeys, allte
20 & 21; pigeons squabs, $2.50; dres
sed chickens, 1 to 2c higher than alive.
BARLEY Producers, price, 1910:
Feed 23.50; rolled 25.50026.80, brew
WriEAT Nominal track, club,
$1 and 88; bluestem 96; William Val
ley 90. Valley 97.
MILLSTUFFS Selling price BrU
$22; mldllng, 30; shorts, $24. chop 1
FLOUR Old crop patents,