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LA GRANDE EVENING OBSERVER
FRIDAY, MAY 19, 1911.
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' -i IT. SERVES YOU BEST.
0N EASY TERMS
"We offer a larger and more complete s tock to choose from,' itian any store in
Eastern Oregon. We make a great saving by buying in large quantities, and we
pass it along to you, in better quality at lower prices. We are preparedto furnish
your house completely on reasonable terms cash or installment. Our stock is too
large to more than hint at, but you are certain to find what you are looking for, in
this big store, and the price will be right.
Hints for the kitchen: Stoves and Ranges, priced $15 1
to $80; Kitchen Cabinets, Kitchen Tables, Linoleams
Round or sauare tables, with oedestais or corner costs. "Duo-lock" or disan.
pearing-leaf styles; china-closets, buffets, sideboards and serving tables in great
variety, irags, carpets ana matting in cnoice designs.
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Wood, brass or iron beds for the bedroom; B. M. 0. E. Mattresses; Dressing Ta- !
bles, Chiffoners and Dressers in Golden Oak, Bird's-eye Maple and Circassian fi
waimib. uompiete suites in autnese popular wooas.
And for Light, Cheery Living-Rooms
' Biff comfortable easv chairs for the living rooms! rich Oriflntal nr fin rlrtmoci
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J rugs; soft velvety carpets to make the rooms more cheerful; sectional book-cases;
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ALL CAGES MUST BE AERA.XGED
THE SAME ALWAYS. ,
SclIs-FIot Animals Will Xot Permit
- Haphazard Arrangements. '
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is a pleasure for us to show goods, and the visit will amply repay you.
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To those who may linger on the cir
cus grounds when the parade of the
great Sella-Floto shows return to the
tenta on Thursday, June 1, it may ap
pear that the maaslve cages and dens
of anlmala are place Indiscriminately
in the menagerie tent, but this. ls not
It is necessary for the peace of the
animal families that the arrangement
be the same day after day. If the Uon
cage originally la first, the moneky
cage next, the polar bear next, the
aeals next, the hlppopotumas next, the
ocelot next, the tigers next and bo on
down one aide of the mammoth me
nagerie tent and back on the other one
day, the same arrangement la neces
sary after that. I
The ends of the cages are closed, so
that the animals cannot see their
neighbors, but they can smell them.
Any change of order among the dens
will promptly start something In tho
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here, the clrcua patron can obtain
much Interesting Information by
closely observing the menagerie.
You must not fall to see Feofllo Car
bo slide head downward from the
dome of the tent. It is a dare devel
feat never before attempted In any
country. Then there Is the balloou
horse,: the only equine aerial naviga
tor In ' existence. The Sells-Floto
clowns fighting the amesthe Rhoda
Royal haute-ecole horses and a host
of other attractions.
Don't forget that , the price of ad
mission is 25 cents. No more, no less.
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i JTotke to Contractors.
Notice Is hereby given that sealed
bids will be received by the council
of the city of La Grande, Oregon, for
the construction of 3,050 square yards
of bitulithlc pavement on Elm street,
between the north line of Washington
avenue and the south curb line of Jef
ferson avenue, together with excavar
Uon, curbing and drainage, the same
to be constructed according to tho
plans, specifications and estimates on
file in this office. All bids !o be in
by 8 o'clock p. m.( May 24th, 1911, and
each bid to be accompanied by a cer
tified check of 5 per cent of the
We have just received a carload
STAR A STAR SHINGLES.
The'Jbest on the' market. Come and see them
" The retail business is our specialty
WENAHA LUMBER CO.
GREENWOOD & MADISON
Home Phone 421. Bell Phone, Main 732
amount of the bid. The council re
serves the right to reject any or all
Attention of. all contractors Is cal
led to theagreement of Warren Bros.'
companyfiled with this city, In ac
cordance with which agreement War
ren Brothers' company agrees "to li
cense all contractors desiring to bid
for the work to lay bitulithlc pave
ment in accordance with Its patents
and the terms of said agreement.
La Grande, Ore.. May 19, 1911.
iMay 19 to 24 inclusive 1
Reed's Head Visits Whitman.
Whitman College, Walla Walla, Wn.,
'May 19. President William G. Foster
of Reed college, Portland, Oregon, vis
ited Whitman on Tuesday of this week
Bpeakingt the college chapel, before
the student body. He inspected the
college carefully In Its several depart
Dients, and met at luncheon the deans
and at dinner several of the overseers.
He was accompanied by Mrs. Foster.
His well known brilliancy as a mem
ber of the faculty of Bowdoin college,
Maine, and his distinction In being se
lected as the president of Reed college,
gave especial Interest to his visit of
Inspection, . 1 '
For La Grande People. '
We have found that A SINGLE
DOSE of Adler-i-ka, the simple Ger
man Appendicitis remedy, relieves
wind or gas in the stomach or bowel a,
sour sotmach or canstlpation almost
A. T. Hill's drug store.
For summer diarrhoea In children al
ways give Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy and castor oil, and a
speedy cur is certain. For tale by all
Pure, Fresh, Home- m Km
made Candies. ukeat......
m MAKE OUR 0m. IY UAKE OUR OWN ICE CREAU AND SHERBET
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and the balance to suit your own convenience.
One year's house rent
RITEKSIDE ADDITION IS IX THE MOST RAPIDLY
GBOWL0 SBtTIOX OF LA GRANDE. BUILD I0UB
OWX HOME HERE SURROUXDED BI COXGEXIAL
LOTS OF TARTIXG SIZES-SSxlOO TOSixlH.
$75.00 to $200.00 ''
William Miller &Bro.,
1107 Adams Avenue.
" Cement Contractor .
tonsuit iiim betore letting your sidsvalk
La Grande's Leading
. Opposite 17. 8. Lsci Office oa A dami Arenve.
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We have White Clover, Blue Grass and fancy mixed
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aw wve wim jhwm a
F1F Vnur I awn grow under your feet
i vi vm All kinds of western grown Garden Seeds in bulk.
" Nothing but the best.
Vllaters-Stanchfield Produce Co. m person ave.
ORDIXAXCE SO. 525, SERIES 1911.
An ordinance authorizing the mayor
and recorder to make a deed to C. T.
Darley for lots 5 and 6, In Grandy's
second addition to La Grande, Oregon,
as re-subtllvlded by the city as shown
by the recorded plat thereof. ,
The city of La Grande doe3 prdaln
Section 1. That the mayor and re
corder of the city of La Grande, Ore
gon, be and they are hereby authorized
to make a deed of conveyance to C. T.
Darley Tor lots 6 and 7,, In block 13,
In Grandy's second addition to La
Grande, Oregon, ,as re-subdivided by
the city and as Bhown by the recorded
plat thereof ; that the consideration to
be paid to the city for said above de
scribed lands shall be paid either In
cash or lands or some other equivalent
of equal value to the lands to be con
veyed by the city. . 1 1
Section 2. This ordinance shall be
In full force and effect after Us pas
sage by the common council of the
city of La Grande, Oregon, its approv
al by the mayor and publication In one
lBaue of the La Grande Evening Ob
server..' Passed the common council on the
17th da? of May, 1911, by five mem
ber voting therefor. .
Submitted to the mayor and by him
approved this 19th day of May, 1911.
A. L. RICHARDSON,
' C M. HUMPHREYS. '
Recorder of the city of La Grande,
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Happiest Girl In Lincoln.
A Lincoln, Neb., girl writes, "I had been
ailing for some time with chronic constipa
tion and stomach trouble, I began taking
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablet
and in three days I was able to be up and
got better right along. I am the proudent
girl in Lincoln to find such a good medi
cine." For sale by all dealers.
25 CENTS PER BOX
Green Peas Oranges
Fresh Tomatoes Grape Fruit
New Turnips Spinach
Green Onions Cabbage
Hew Potatoes Bermuda Onions
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