La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959, May 26, 1911, Page PAGE 2, Image 2

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.LA GRANDE, IMON COUNTY, OREGON. FRIDAY, ilAY 26, 1911.
Directory of the' Fraternal Orders
' . ' of La Grande, Oregon . ; i
IF.tA. 1L La, Grande Lodge No.
41, A Ft ft A. SI. holds regula meet
ings first and third Saturdays at
7:80 p. m. Cordial welcome to all
- Masons. L. ML HOTT, W. If.
A. C WILLIAMS, Secretary
B. P. 0. E. La Grande Lodge No. 433
meets each Thursday evening at 8
o'clock In Elk's dub. corner of De
pot street and Washington arenne.
Visiting brothers are cordially In
vited to attend.
v . t H. J. RITTEB, Ej. Rai. '
H. E. COOLIDGE, Rec. Sec.
WOODMEN OF . THE WORLD L
Grande Lodge No. 169 W O. W.
meets every second and fourth Sat
urdays at. K. P. hall. All rlsltlns
mebera welcome.
D. FITZGERALD, C C
V ' J.'H. KEENET. Clerk.
it. W. A. La Grande Camp' No. 7703
meets every Monday In the month at
the I. 0. 0. F. hall. All visiting
neighbors are cordially invited to
tttend.
E. E. DANIELS,
ED. HEATH. Clerk.
1JE3EKAHS Crystal Lodge No. K
meets every Tuesday evening la the
I, 0. 0. F. hall. All visiting mem
bers are invited to attend.
MRS. KATIE ARBUCKLE, N. G.
MISS ANNA ALEXANDER. See. .
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS Red Crow
Lodge No. 27 meets every MonAa?
night in Castle ball, (old Elk's halL,
A Pythian welcome to all vtaltta
- Knights. ",
; JESS PAUL, C C '
R. I LINCOLN. M. of R. ft 8.
0. E. 8. Hope Chapter No. 18, O. 1
C. hols stated communications tb
second and fourth Wednesdays o
each month. - Visiting members cor.
daily invited. . - s
" CARRIE B HUNTER, W. M.
MART A. WARNICK. Sec.
WOMEN OF WOODCRAFT T. rm
Ronde Circle No. 47 meeu :
first ami 'ul'd Thursday ev-.
in the mo. :t the L 0. 0
All vlsltlag uibers are '.
CARRIE ROBBS. G. M..
LIZZIE ELlW0RTH. .:.
Never leave home on ajourney without a
bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy. It it almost certain to
be needed and cannot brf obtained when on
board the cars or steamships. For sale by
11 dealers.
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We were confident that the big
values Wc offered in yesterday's
paper would find ready takers, and
already three of these fine pianos,
have been snapped up.
doily 4 Left
Only 4 of the stock moved from our old quarters re
main. These are 4 of the best piano buys ever shown.
Come and see for yourself. $167, $248, $297
$327 these are the prices. Terms 10 per cent down
3 per cent per month. -
Two Carloads Exhibition Pianos
Will Soon Be Here.
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ammmmmm ------
These pianos intended for the Grand Opening of our
splendid new building in Spokane. Delay in the com
pletion makes it necessary to sell these pianos else
where. La Grande selected as the best point of dispos
ing of such quality pianos. These pianos now enroute,
will be here this week.
Iron Clad Guarantee. Free irisuranceo You'll
have to hurry, there are only 4 pianos in Stock now.
flB&0T,B3Slv
In. W. W Berry
Co. Store
LA GRANDE, OREGON
Phone Main 724
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STOCK GOIUIPMY1 1
FORMED :
CONNORDALE REALTY CO. WILL
IMPROYE ADDITION TO C1TT.
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Selling of Lets te Follow Finishing of
Improvement. -
A forty thousand dollar corporation
has Just been formed in the name of
the Connordale Realty company for the
uprposi of Improving and. placing on
the market the large tract of desirable
residence property in South La Grande
It is the intention of the' incorporators
to sill sufficient stock to improve the
tract, each lot having a cement sii '
walk and a well graded street. Thtr
the sate of lots will begin under cer
tain restrictions with the final intent
of making bis part or the city the de
sirable resident portion.
According to other syndicates that
have formed in other cities for ,the
handling of such an undertaking there
should be good profit to. those who be.
come Etockholdes hi the ..Connordale
company. .
That La G?ande as.a community will
abundantly appreciate Ihe improve
of tb's valuable 'pkc . ' of property
there is no question and doubtless the
undertaking willNbe given loyal sup
oort. - '
& PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY.
PHYSICIANS AM) SCRGEONS.
S. iMOLITOK. y.. L". t'by8ician and
Surgeon. Corner Adams Ave. and
D.poi street. Oilke. Main f8; Kesi
dear '!
a. L. UiCHARDSON. M. D.
J. W. LOUGHLIN. M. D.
Dii. Klchardson & Loughlln,
Physicians and. Surgeons,
PhoLes Office Black 1362; Ind. 353.
Office Hours 9 to 11; 2 to 6; 7 to 8.
Dr. Richardson's Res. Main' 65; Ind.
3!?. ' .
Dr. Lou-Tfclin's res. Main 7W: Ind.
1297.
" H UPTGW Pb. G. M. u. -Pb.. sl Ian
od surgeon Special ..attenMon to
Kye. Gar, Note and Throat. Office
m La Giande Nailunal Bank Build
'njt. Phines: Office Main 2. Resl
ler.e Main
DR. H. L. UNDERWOOD Physician
and Surgeon. Special attention to
diseases and surgery of the eye, '
Phones: ' Office Main 22; Res-
. dence Main 728. Ind. 631.
0. W. ZIMMERMAN Osieopoa
Physician. Soner Bldg., Rooms 7,
8, 9 and 10. Phones: Home 1332.
Pacific, Main 63, Residence phone,
ilack 95L Successor to Dr.- C. E
Moore.
C. PRICE, D. M. D. Dentist. Room
:3, La Grande National Bank Build
;ng. Phone Black 39. ', ' ' V . :
OH. P. A. CHARLTON .Veterinary Snr
geon. Office at Hill's Drug Store
La Grande. Residence phone, Rei
701; Office phone, Black 1361; Inde
pendent phone, C3; both phones si
residence.
ATTOKSETS AT LAW.
JOCHRAN & COCKRAi Attonys:
Chas. E. Cochran and Geo. T. Coch
ran. La Grande : National Bank
Bldg.. La Grande, Oregon.
T. H. CRAWFOftDAttorney at Law
Practices In al lthe courts of the
State anl United States. Office in
La Grande Nat uumi Bam Bldg., Ls
Grande. Orego-u.
0. W. C. NEISON Mining Engineer
Baker C'ty. Oregon.
O'CONNELL'S
Cigar Store
Pool, Billiards, Cigars, Tohac
co and Soft Drinks best and
most complete line of cigars In
the city.
Obserrei's Coast League base
ball scores every day there's n
gam
Corner Depot and Jefferson St
n all the
World
No
Car
Like
This
The ear of established quality established Talne and low pried. Backed by
a company worth millions and completely organized. The lightest ear In
the world, she, power and capacity considered. The cheapest car in the
world te buy and malntala simplest to operate. The strongest made car in
the world ear of Vanadium steL
m - mil .
CAR X-X
MlCM PBICtD QUALITY
A LOW PPICEO
The Ford Model T Touring Car
$900 F. O. B. La Grande
COMPLETELY -EQUiVeD WITH TOP, M IND SHIELD, SPEED.
0 .METER, GAS LAMPS, GEM'RATOR, 3 OIL LAMPS, HORN.
With so many hundred different makes of autoniobllfs from whlrlTti choose .
and each different In d-lirn. iwlulit, pr!e.- size or refutation n irsiedie
bujer at a loss to decide which to select.
We hiifve th- fait will umienl to yon as being 3itIica''!e, Jo yonr
own 'ii'.itomohMe reqnirerti'iits d Iwcanfe they ',n I In aclu:i! experienci'S
of more than 40,000 satisfied owners of this sani- I I Inileiir. They
are worth o.ir most i n most consideration.
1ST LKHP WEIGHT The Ford Model T car weighs less than any other
five passeng.r touring car manufactured.
This light '.ve! 4 - s t iiici! li; .sim-plifltd construe tion, elimination of su
perfluous part and the use of thehlghest grade i m:nerii!l. Quality n
ot quantity is "li .true measure ofstrength. Thr i?3 I l-ac is an all Vana
dium Stes-l .'.ar. Tint is one watoiiit is not onlv ( lightest, tar made
but the strong? 1 mid will actually stand harder service. Th.re has not bee
n a pound of wsary weight sacri-ilced in the Ford, it weighs plenty for
every need but th:re isn't any deadweight.
The Xw fork to Seattle Race, in which a Ford car arrived first proved
the car to be right wdght as well as to light weight.
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2ND Price Cost is the first consideration in the minds of many buyers,
Price has sold a great many Ford cars but Ford quality has sold a greater
number. The price of the Ford car is lower this year by many hundred dol
lars than the price of any oth'r car nearly as good. The new pile- is near :.
er the price of the smallest of modern runabouts while the car ha3 all the "
features and values of thi much higher priced and' so called big cars. It is
the lowest price 4 cylinder Car in the World. This price is the result of a
combination of Ford "know how," enormous output, small profit per car
and inexpensive manufacturing audsale methods. Up to October 31.
1910, 30,358 Model T Ford cars had be n delivered. During 1911, 20,000 more
will be built. All the experimenting has been done and paid for, all the spe
cial machinery has been bought and the cost distributed. There is nothing
now but automobile cost in the Ford Price and the car ls bstter than ever. .
8RD REPUTATION The Ford carls backed by a company worth millions.
Reputation and financial ability count. ; The Ford reputation is your guar
antee. Ford cars have demonstrated their superiority. There have been ov.
er 60,000 of the various modils manufactured to date. A' Ford buyer Is not
experimenting, he Is not buying a' visionary suceess, a paper car or a capi
talized advertisement . He buys an automobile that eight years of manu-
facturing has built p and Improved. The Ford Is favorably known in every
country of theworld. It slls In Europe In direct competition with the best
of Europe's manfuacturers. It sells In South Africa or South America or
the Far East in spite of or because of the inferior roads. It sells wherever
civilized man is found because the past has proven that Henry Ford knows
how to and do?e build the best all around automobile for practical everyday
service everywhere. v -
4TH COST TO OPERATE It takes a large sized income to run a heavy
car. Excsss weight is hard on tires, uses extra gasoline and oil and calls
for bigger, costlier repays. Because of the light weight plus the scientific
design a Ford car will average more miles per set of tires, more miles per
gallon of fuel, more miles per dollar -f repair expense than any other tour
ing car made. That is a strong statement but is made only after Ford usess
have repeatedly assured us-of its truth. 25 to 28 miles per gallon of gaso
lln?', 5,000 to 8.000 miles per set of tires. $3.00 to $15.00 per month total '
expense, these are the figures our customers tell us are correct.
The tires on the Ford are bigger in proportion to the weight of the car than
the tires of any other touring car man-ufactured. In the snme way the brakes
are larger, horsepower's greater and 1'fe longer. W. have the" figures to'
prove this. .
L. C. Smith. La Grande
Right in your butlest season when you '
have (he least time to spare you are most . , . .
likely to take diarrhoea and lose several
day time, unlwsTou have Chamberlain's Mfty pajT Relit ? IVc foill VOf
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy at I gU ,
hand and Uke a dose on the first appear- (flOUty 10 DUlld, a7fl VOl
snce of the disease. For sale by all dealers. '
' Jav lie it vnn uaiiM Mf
r
A good plate glass, walnut franv?,
show counter for sale very, cheap at'
Sllverthorne'a family drug store. 2t. '
J. R. OLIVER
That's What They All Say
Sam-0
It's Good For What Ails You
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