La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959, May 29, 1911, Page PAGE 3, Image 3

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    LA GRANDE EVENING OBSERVER
MONDAY, MAY 29, 1911.
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Good Advice
NEVER BUY REAL ESTATE, UNLESS YOU HAVE "
CAREFUL INVESTIGATION AND FIND IT TO BE
JCST AS REPRESENTED. ... ., .
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WE ALSO ADVISE YOU TO INVESTIGATE OUR '
RIVERSIDE ADDITION LOTS, THAT CAN BE PUR-,
CHASED AT FROM" J75.00 -TO 1200.00 AND OH YOUR i
OWN TERMS. YOU 'WILL DOUBLE YOUR MONEY
..IN TWO YEARS AND ALSO HELP IN THE DEVEL."
OPMENT OF YQUR HOME tiTY., CIRCULATING
.YOUR MONEY? IN, LA GRANDE MEANS THE "FULL if
.DINNER PAIL" TO YOU. t INVESTMENT IN OUTSIDE
PROPERTY IS DOING AN IRREPARABLE INJURY '
TO YOUR OWN CITY.
y SO, FOLKS . .
Keep your Money at" Home
William Miller & Bro., :
1107 Adams Avenue.
MAIN 1.
j Idle Csipital i
is an Extravagance
no community can afford; to do anyone a benefit
it must be kept moving and to do the most good
it should seek legitimate channels. Then let us
divorce ourselves from the prevailing "get rich
quick" fever and get back to the good ways of
our forefathers. Put your money into something
at home, where it will " t ,
Help Your Home Town
and enhance the other interests you may have. ,
Why not build a home? There's no satisfaction
like that born of the knowledge you own a home. ?
Start it today and tomorrow you'll awaken with
:ja feeling of independence like that of 1776. Of
course you'll need lumber, but we can quickly
' help you out, as our stock is complete,and most "
orders can be filled the day we get them.
WENAHA LUMBER CO.
GREENWOOD & MADISON
Home Phone 421. Bell Phone, Main 732
Clogston & Nutter ;
Painters, Paperhangers, Decorators
Phone Ind. 1341. 1708; 1-2 Sixth Street
CALL - AND - GET - PRICES
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ORCHARDISTS WILL FIGHT COD
- . LIN THIS WEEK. -
A Systematic;; Fight Against Pest Be.
inff Made at the Proper Morotnt
' ' Tills is jSodll'nwar we;k. Through.',
out the valley orchardlst3 are devot
ing strenuous efforts -to effect perfect
spraying and Fruit Inspector Stilwell
reports the entire valley diligent la
this respect." Spraying Is going on
everywhere. At this particular time
is the proper moment to spray.for the
codlin mpth and the duty of orchard-
wis in mis regara is being closely
followed. Mr. Stilwell has only re
cently-completed a tour of the valley
urging spraying at the proper time
and backed by the orchardists' own
desire the warfare has been coml
menced with vigor. - Proper spraying
this week will rid the trees of the
pest, and though the valley is still
quite free from moth, the precautions
being taken serve to ".' remove what
traces there may be.
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INTERFERE WITH PAVING OF
ELM STREET.
Not T4 Determined Where They Will
. Be Placed. ' '
. Because of the proposed paving of
Elm street, the city scales must go
and Street Superintendent Stoner to
day removed th apparatus to a tern,
porary resting place, It has not been
decided Just where the scales will "be
placed. Though not very extensively
ustd, the scales have filled a much
needed want because of the fact that
there are so few scales in town. ,
Just what disposition will be made
of the incident Is not yet determined.
They would Interfere with paving if
moved to Washington and if taken to
a poiqt where paving woufd not in
terfere, it would be so. remota from
the citysheadquarters that the record
er could not attend to the duties of
wtighing' in and out.
Former Sheriff Accused of Murder.
Jonesboro, III.; Way 29? The fase
of A. C. Bankstoli, former sheriff of
Pulaski county, who shot and killed
i Night. Sergeant French of ths Cairo
police force, was called for trial here
today in the Union county circuit,
tourt. ; The killing occurred in Cairo
on December 3 last, and the case was
brought to this conty oil change of
v.inuo. The trial is expected to at
tract much attention because of the
prominence of the principals In the
tragedy.
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THIS WEEK' TT2,'HATE ''TL''ti)
ON SALE MANY 'Z". THINGS IN
THE WAT OF
SUMMERTOGS "
FOR MEN
, that you should see." The styles are
the very newest The -qualities are
of course in every case up to the high
standard always maintained here and
you 11 find our prices considerably be
low ordinary.
Summer is Here
in Earnest Now
rWitl't mif riff QimriWIn t DumA.
clothes needs any longer, begin get..
.nib iue ueueiu oi mem rigni away.
You 11 .find here THE BEST OF EV
ERYTHING IN READY-TO-WEAR
APPAREL FOR MEN in styles that
are always ahead of The times styles
that will please you' because we ca.
. ter to alt classes of particular peo
ple. Whether your, tastes are con-
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THE RIGHT STRAW HAT
FOR YOU IS HERE. ,
There's a new Mil Straw Hat
here that will Just salt yon, bo
cause we have every style that
Is right and the right shape for
every build of man.
COME AND SEE THE DECORATION,
DAY SPECIALS THROUGHOUT THE
STORE. ; V : ;
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Suit Against Tobacco "Trust."
Raleigh, N. C, May 29. The dam
age, case of the Ware-Kramer Tobac
co company of Norfolk against the
American Tobacco company canio up
for trial In the federal court here to.
day. The suit is for $1,200,000 im
ages for alleged violations of !ie
Sherman antl-truBt law.
BIG EXPFNSE eliminated.!
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New Insurance Law n Wnshiiiglon
, Will Reduce Expense.
Spokane, May 27. Defending tht
new industrial Insurance law, effect
ive in th: state , of , Washington on
June 8, and .explaining the work of
the employers' liability commission,
to e organized the following day,
Governor, Hay said at a meeting of
manufacturers in Spokane that of
$9500,000 collected in a stat.d per
iod by casualty companies only $15,
000,000 had reached the Injured em
ployes,, the reBt being consumed in
lawyers' fees, court costs and profits
of the companies. He declared that
40 per cent of the court business of
this state consisted of personal in-
ury suits, adding that most of this
litigation would be eliminated by the
new act. The commission will be
composed of George Lee, Spokane,
for the legal profession; C. A. Pratt,
Tacoma. for the manufacturers', and
H. Wallace, Seattle, for the em
ployes. Howard J. Hindley, a local
newspaper writer, will be secretary.
Two test cases will be instituted, the
first in the state supreme court on
Juhe 18, the second going to the fed
eral court on October L when the as-
: Happiest Girl In Lincoln.
A Lincoln, Neb., girl writes, "I had been
,uus ur win' uun wnu ennnua consupa
lion and stomach trouble. I began taking
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablet,
and in three davs 1 was able to be un and
got better right along. I am the proudest
gin id uacoin io una sucn good medi
cine. Fortl by a' I dealers.
Up-to-date Confection- m Km Y0U q c rC Df'C
ery line ... Ice Cream ukeat. D LUll t .u
and Soft Drinks we mke our own ice cream aud shcrbet
Chickens
will soon cackle and crow, If you give themDIAMOND CTIICK FEED.'
We have all kinds of POULTRY SUPPLIES, Bone, Qrlt. Oyster Shell
Charcoal. !tc.
yiaters-Sianchfield Produce Co. lumsoN Ave.
Fowler, deceased.
M 27-Ju 1. territory. Expense money advanced. - , i
v,- , . . , For particular address Albany Nur- ;
Do you want to make more money? series, Inc., Albany Oregon. f
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ii ; wrui cnc,fectl; paicsuicu Ul ;uui ii i -out.
Bast of Tom Moore.
Washington, May 27. A heroic
bronze bust of Tom Moore, the Irish
poet, was unveiled in the Cjrcoran
art gallery here this afternoon on the
eve of the 132nd anniversary of his
Dirtn. The bust Is Intended to com
memmorate the memorable visit the
poet paid to this city in 1804.
In Honor of Dominion' Premli r.
London, May 27. Sir Wilfrid Laurf!
er and the other colonial premiers
here to attend the Imperial confer
ence and the coronation ceremonies
were the guests of honor at a Innh
eon given by the Eighty club at the
Hotel Cecil today. Lloyd George pre
Ided. ' .
Sonus Mauhe careful tMatmanl. Vun
oulet and apply Chamberlain's liniment
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inciT. t win i cm' no me wnrnii ana
Suickly restore the piirla to a beaithjeon
ition. For sale by all dealers.
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J. El Bipaclley S Co:
SANITARY PLUMBING
Phone, Main 77
NEXT DOOR TO
CITY HALL
HAPK AND Uptown office Main 720
f-. 7 2tL Residence phone Main 25
AMBULANCE - e.lbussey
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Notice.
Having sold out the transfer and
fuel business we desire to thank all
our former customers for their pa
trongage. Anyone owing the firm of
G. E. Fowler will please call at the
office of J. W. Welton & Son and settle
the same.
v ADAH FOWLER,
Administrator of the estate of G. E.
SUCCCSSORS TO G. L FOWLER
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