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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 1, 1911)
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MILTON, OREGON .
IS THE PLACE TO SED TOUR BOTS ASD GIRLS.
Christian, but not sectarian. Grounds and buildings Valued at $73,000.
A select school for young men and young ladles, who seek for the
highest Ideals In Manhood and Womanhood.
j CERTIFICATES ACCEPTED AT STATE IMYERS1TY AJiD OTHER
'SCHOOLS WITHOUT EE -EXAMINATION. !
Thorough course. Llterarr. selentlflo Mmn.n.1.1 j. t ?
- j iviHiiuuini ucfjui lllirui $ 111
finding shorthand aud typewriting; conservatory of music. Including
piano, voice aud stringed inst meirts; elocution; art.
Dormitory refitted, refurnished, steam heated, electric lighted; com
' Portable, attractive, gymnasium, good athletic fleltk
Beautiful for Situation. A land of fruits and flowers. Mountain water.
Pnre air. Healthful conditions. Six passenger trains daily. Electric
't Not a saloon in 20 years. So gambling dpns. Moral atmosphere Is
I Send for Catalogue or other Information to
H. S. SHANGLE, Financial Secy., Milton, Oregon
The rooms are good and
Steam heated only one
block from depot'
0. G. 8ridnux-Prai).
Right in your busiest Benson when yon
have the least time to spare you are most
likely to take diirrhoea and lose several
days' time, unless you have Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera ana . Diarrhoea Remedy at
hand and take a dose on the first appear
ance of the disease. For sale by ail deuiers.
Consult him bsfbra
CAR LOAD RECEIVED
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George Palmer Lumber Co.
Retail Dept. , Fhone, Main 8
Klkjien work lias a lot to do n Ith hcnl'h and good looks. A woman
cannot work orertlme In a fnrnace-Ulie kitchen, with a wood range in
hot weather wlthont paying the penalty. ' ' ';'
i The drudgery, the Ion? hours, the
will cut down her energy nnd make.lior prematurely old In face and
form. ' . :
This Is a fact that cannot be disputed and all of us can call to mind
many examples. Erery woman who cooks- Is entitled to an electric
range, and) she gets one, too, where the man of the house bas her
welfare at heart. - 1
An electric range means a cool, clean Ufchen, a fire without a mln.
nt'g wait, that can be regulated with a thumb-screw meals In half
the time and no fuel to handle or ashes to contend with.
Our special rate to nsers of our electric ranges, make, them ns econ.
mlcal to use as wood. Ask'about them; '
Eastern Grego? Light & Power Co.
Let your nest corset be a
Gossard. Hure it fit to your
All the style, comfort nfnd
beauty of the luee-ln-front Gos
.sard will mean nothing to you
until yon try on one of these
snperme corsets. ;;.
. A single try-on will prove to
you why they cxceL
A complete line of Gossard
corsets, bust conflners and pads,
always on hand.
Prices of corsets $3.50, $5.00,
$G.0O and $S.50.
Mrs. Robert Pattison
CorsH:'-ri'. i'lif ii" H!hck jtSI.
your side walk j
" ' 3n
extreme heat, the smoke and ashes
t w jam
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m. 3 sj m Mm
' SEE MUCH DROP.
Rislug Eighty-Five Cents a Month 1
lt'cord for Sugar. .
La Grande housewives are studious
over the sugar question.; With sugar
rising 85 cents per hundred pounds
during the mouth of July and with
the beginning pf another fruit canning
month at hand and no indications of
a drop, the question Is really a some
what serious one." -..'",
Several causes enter Into the rise of
sugar during the month of July and
few authorities predict any sudden
drop, but on the other hand, local
daalers who keep in touch with the
probable turn of prices in the price
setting marts do not anticipate that
it will go any higher. , "
vf rjr material rise has been felt by the
housewives and their husbands to pay
the monthly bills, especially during
the fruit canning season. , v .
EVENING SPENT IN DELIGHTFUL
. MANNER. , '
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Cards and Refreshments Entertain
Muny Lodge Members. 1
About two score Modern Woodmen
of America last evening enjoyed a de
ligh'tful.stag party at the lodge hall.
Refreshments in the way cf fruits,
smokes and ice? cream, abetted with
various card games, mad:, a pleasant
i uioiun ena aivarston.
j ' Thtse part!eg -are held regularly
lUe last meeting night of the month
! and the members look forward to them
Kith a" great deal of pleasure;." Chess
jrnd checkers ore'-' to b- taken.' up ns
pastimes on these. -e vening bv disc'-
nlfs of tlia thos3 games. ,
OFF?(TIi CHASES AUTD ,
. Civcy u irMrr.: Jr.rA: TJLm
ri:Ji in Iiieiry Krtro,
( ; Portlr.fcd Ci-efccirn.V
I, H- y-.'Cov.-jy, . riiRrngcr of ths Covey
. rotor Car com; siir, wtis arrrsted' by
;. afotorrycV Patrolman Sims yssten'ay
i cvnlng: at East 'Sixteenth srpt nnri
,Prlat)f.t avenue pf(sr
etiase lasting half nn hour, for ex.
' 3 the: sprSfj . i!inU; Covey ' ex-
-plained tu.Capta'n Bafley .hat ho .tri.l
aw-'v croni .:ra3 rtfcp'JSe' be'
n;endsd leaving Portland fir the east
I4 7 o'clcck this ninrnh:?.' to hi son?
n niflnt:i. had li.s ticket, alul r serva
; V.h zn d?d net wan! to be detained..
Covey wa3 advised to call up Judge
Tf.ivi cll. Me did bo and entered a plea
of guilty over ths ' tel.-phone in ad
; vatire of his hearing. He was released
I cn 2TX bail, which he all ied to forfeit,
i but whfch Wll be applied es payment
of his fins on a plea of guilty. . ''
j .Motori-cli Patrolman Sims "taeltfd
i !n "o" Covov: v.-heti h3 $iw he was
; exceeding the Bpse'd limit. Covey drove
jfc?t:ral blot 1'r before ? dict'overcd
i rhe officer wfia after him. TIk n, thlnk
j fng simultaneously 0f the police sta
i 'z necessary apnca'vtince :n
t for.rt.:b!s 7 o'V !cck tra'n :nd his nrg-.
; rrr cif.'ins? . n: cart, re cprntd'cp
, ge?.rs and started to smash track rec
jr'l t bp i!)?rd valves, clutches and
ords. Sims noted ths siidiisn spur;.
rnrl h!s niDtrcvf H was soon a strea'i
of sput rring sparks
Up dn strtet and dovn another the
rhr.se led. the motorcycle ;?a'ning lit
tle by little., particularly when cor
ners were turned, until Cov?y. gave up
at Slx:ieth' and Belmont and submit
ted to arrest.' . '
Covey was profuse in his apology,
and was so pleased to make' the ad
vance arrangement about pleading
guilty that he thanked' Judge Tazwell
and the entire . police -department and
agreed to pay fcr 'he etra gasoline
Sims burned In catching him.- ,
Jews of World Gather.
utneva, aurusi i. Krorr.inent Jews, was caused by th? wrong wrench be
from all parts of the world'are arrlv- fng attached to the hose. When the
lug In Switzerland today In advance j hose wa8 at'ached, -the wrench at
of the international congress of Zlon-hand would turn the valve and it was
Ist9 to be held at Basle during Au-'fcr this reason that the delay was oc-EU8t-
i rasloned. '
POET SIGS ABOUT 'WHAT
LEY IS II EKE.
Jlugle TelU Merrily of Eastern Ore
A local song writer, adopting a
happy jingling styl, thusly tells of
something about Eastern Oregon in an
IX EASTEKX OKEGOX.
The sunshine Is the brightest,
. In Eastern Oregon.
The rain fall Is the lightest,
In Eastern Ongon.
The mountains are the bluest,
The maidens are the truest.
And troubles are the fewest,
In Eastern Oregon. :
The rivers are the clearest, ;
In Eastern Oregon,
'ine Dlue sny bmiuu mil HetiiBBi,
In Eastern Oregon. ,
The orchards are Vat. cleanest.
The wheat tialds are the greenest,
And profits not the meanest,
In .Eastern Or; gon.
The breezes blow the softest,
The roses bloom the oftest,
In Eastern Oregon. ' ;
The peaches are. ih j handiest,' f
The apples are the dandiest, '!
And gardens are the sandiest,
In Eastern Oregon. -
Th.e Bumma'r day are .'alrtst,
. In East?rn Oregon.
The storm clouds are the rarest,
In Eastern Oregon.
The autumn skies are naziest, ' .
The baseball fans the, craziest,' ;,
And farms hands the. laziest, .:
In Eastern Or.gon.
The pine trees are the tallest,',
la Eastern Oregon. ': ' : . .
The mosquitoes ire the smallest,
In -Eastern Or: c's. ." ;
Tits rr.n:ir:cn are the kvultest,
T'.ie s-rf.r bc:t3 ere- rurliest.
..ud crepj n:-:' .l .v;.; i earliest, ..
T.V-j -"n-.o?bf ke" etc the mossiest,
. I:: E:3':rn Or'.-n. : '"
Th:, luy fields tre the' glossiest, '
In Eastern -Or'son,'''-.. '
ThS'wlld ducks ar the thickest, "':
The fioh Whits ara the quickest.
And coyotes are the slickest, ,
In Eastern OrfgcnY
Thi? .-.v'M dt.'r.'r.rc ' th; direst,'-
In Eastern Oregon.' ' -The
black bear ara the queerest,
In Eastern Oregon. Y
The rainbow trout are wariest,
Ths ruffed grouse, ar:. the scariest,'
And .sportsmen are the merriest,
In Eastern Oregon. -
The houses are.'the cosiest,
In Eastern Oregon. .
The thiidren ai'E. the rosiest,
.In Eastsrn Oregon.
Th ladiest are the sweetest, , , .
The horses arc the fleetest,
And auto are 'Jm neatest; .
In Eastern Oregon. ' . i" '
Business . is the steadiest, ' ,
Tn Eastern Oregon. . .
C-''Sh Jb riUvajs . tlra r etdicst,
5n EastErii Orgon. . : -
T:.!nd'.;ce.-Ksnis sr' tho best.. f.:'
lf yen're waiting to invest,
Pu" ycur inony In ths West,
In ErEeeni .Oregon.
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UltEM H XOT IIYDRAXT BLAMED.
Wntr Superintendent Affirms All Hyd
rants Are Properly Flushed.
Because the wrong wrench was car
ried on the hose cart to the Schaffer
Are yesterday morning, and not be
cause the hydrant was out of order,
is the cause ascribed to the delay In
getting water on the burning building
yesterday morning. Water Superin
tendent L.(M. Hoyt affirmed today that
this hydrant and all other had been
properly flushed but that, the delay
ARCADE THEATRE PRODUCES E
TtRTAIXIXQ FILM. '
Thoaxnnd Fe.t of Film licture -Ifc-. '
Y piets Interesting Lore. j
As an educational picture, the one at
the Arcade theatre this change sur
paiseg any shown in uijtny aioons."
"Washlngton Relics" is certainly a
picture for old and young and for the
boya and girls of school age there Is
lUlii' lUlu-mica JU tu.3 t.t,jl lOO. Ot
film than in half the books written
about, the great man. .
Every one, old and young should
see this picture that brings you in so
close a touch to ihe things that, were
near and - dear,' to the great father
president of our country.
Tonight Is the last night. '
Ohio Fire Chiefs Meet.
Cedar Point. O.. August 1. Fire de
partment heads from nearly all the
leading cities of the state gather :d
here today tor tne- annual cunvemmu
of the Chio Fire Chiefs association.
Fire protection for schooU and -restrictions
necessary for the safety of
moving picture show audiences are
two subjects that will receive espe
cial attention during the three day's
sessions. - .'
FOR RENT Five room house for rent
Inquire Geddes Grocery. , 7-27-M
FOR SAUL Timbtr c'.atal near :rtll
road. . i.'lriB's Clj-e-rvp'-. 7-1 to
FOR SALE Dry s chain wood in any
quantity. $1.50 per cord at the Per
ry yards. Grande Ronde Lumber'
compny Pe.try, Ore. : C-15-tf I
WANTED Girl to wcrlt st I, X. h. ;S
'Elor6.; ' ' - '-. ' 7-2&-Gt ;S
FOR SALE Good header and binder K
- combined. .12 foot cut. '. Deerlng'g
make. Inquire L. J. Fe-zuson. El- U
gin. Oregon. ' ' M
FOR REXT One nice parlor and bed-
r l linn iwm m immiM
SPECIAL WALL PAPER SALE i
50 cent psper for 30 cents. 90 cent Odl meats for 70 cfs.
' A Acc line of 10, 15, 20 and 25 cent paper.
CMl end LOCK HUM OVER
" . Observer office.-.''
Uses only Refrigerator Counters
and they show our cut meats in a
most sanitary and appetizing way
Bradley & Co.
. RFr.HR WORK
PIIOXESi SHOP BLACK 971.
RESIDZA'CE BLACK 31S2.
horse and two sea.ea rubor i' uci
carriage 5n good condition. Inquire
C. J. Scriber. 7-29-3t
TOW EEXT Furnished rooma and
housekeeping rooms. 1914 Third St.
TO EXCHANGE General merchan
disa stdrs In prosperous mining
town. 'Invoice about $9,000 with
buildings. Business last year $22,
C00. Chared above expenses nearly
$3,000 last year. Corporation to dis
solve. Will exchange for any in
come bsaiing city or farm property.
Or part cash, balance terms. Ad
dress box 553. Uaker. Ore. 7-3l-2t
Pool, Billiards, Cigars, Tobac
co and Soft Drinks best and
most complete line of cigars In
' " Obseners Coast League
ball scores erery day there's a
Corner Depot and Jefferson St.
Try It and yon will hare no
Err ry sack' guni-antcfd ' to
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