La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959, September 20, 1911, Page PAGE 7, Image 7

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-Absolutely Pure
DAKES nOOE DfiiaCQ EISY
Light Biscuit
.-v',;,-:. Delicious "Cake -Dainty
Pastries
Fine Puddings
from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar:
FRATERNAL 0E2LL3 OF LA
GRANDE. '
;
L ; r. A A. M- 1 'rlr OodRo No.
41. A F. & A, M. to' ' meet
ings first and ttiird Saturaays at
7:30 p. m. Cordial welcome to all
Masons. L. M. HOYT, W. M. .
i. C. WILLIAMS. Secretary ' ;
B. P. 0. E. La Grande Lodge No. 433
meets eacb Thursday evening at 8
o'clock" in Elk's club, corner of De
' pot 'street and Washington avenue
Visiting brothel are cordially In
vited to attend.
H- J. RITTER. Ex. RVi
H. E. CO0L1DGE, Reel Sec.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD La
Grande Lodge No. 169 W O. VP
meets every second and fourth Sat
nrdays at K. P. hall. All rlsltins
mebers welcome.
D. FITZGERALD. C. C.
J. H. KEF.NET. Clerk.
4. W. A.--La Grande Camp No. 770.
meti every Monday In the month at
"tn l. O. O. F. ball. All visiting
. neighbors ' are cordially InvlteJ to
' irtsod. . j.,..'',i.;.'.;.te-. J-.'.
-- "" E. E. DANIELS. ' '
CD. HEATH. Clerk
1
go to & B. NUTTER for
Paints, Wall Paper, Varnishes, Oils,
Etr. Paper ten cents and up.
Estimates Furnished Store 1708 1-2 Sixth st
23852382
Complete Equipment tor Resetting ann Repairing;
Rubber Buggy Tire
LA GRANDE IRON WORKS;
, ... . ... d. FITZGERALD, Proprietor ..
COMPLETE MACHINE SHOPS AND FOUNDRY
EBEKAHS Crystal Lodye No,
meets every Tuesday evening In th
I. O. O. F. hall. All visiting mem
bere are invltd to attend.
MISS HELEN McLAUGHLIN. N. G.
MISS ANNA ALEXANDER, Sao.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS Red Cro
" ' Lodge No. 27 me every Monrtaj
night In Castle hall, (old Elk's hall
A Pythian welcome to all Tialttni
. : Knights.
1 . JESC PAUL. C. C.
i ' R. L. LINCOLN. M. of R. 3
0. E. g. Hope Chapter No. 13. 0. P
C. hobV stated communications th.
Second and fourth ; Wednesdays . .. f
, ear.b month. Vi'ting members coi-
C!liy iRTlWd.
CARRIE E HUNTER, W. M.
I MART A. WARIUICK. Sec
i-
- If you kaew of the real value of rheunalic pains,, you would tiover
Chamberlain's Liniment for lame back wish to be without It. For sale by
soreness of the muscles, Bprains and all dealers. - eod
P'CONNELL'S
Cigar Store
Tool, Billiards, flgars, Tobac
co and Soft Drinks best . and
most complete line of cigars In
the city. ;
Observer's Coast League base
ball scores every day there's
game. : :-';:;;;
Corner Depot and Jefferson St.
taSBBBHSMSnSHSfl
A good f iveroom house and four lots located
within easy distance from the Palmer Mill or
the Railroad Shops. The price is only $1550
and can be purchased with a payment as low
as $100 down and the balance on payments
of $15 per months. : v
There is no excuse for paying rent when
property can be purchased;: on; these terms.
Better investigate this without delay. "
LA GRANDE INVESTMENT CO.
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WID
DOINGS OF THE PEOPLE IN THAT
SECTION OF COUNTRY.
General Prosperity AlKiuuds In the
Canyon This Fall.
. Ladd Canyon, Sept. .18 (Special)
Schcol commenced here today with
Mr. Ferryman as teactur. Mr. Per
ryman just closed a very successful
term of school up at Long Prairie and
was Immediately succeeded by Miss
Lulu Counsell of this neighborhood.
,Ei?x Conaway lost a black horse
yesterday which he paid two hundred
dollars for last spring. The animal
caught his shoe over a barbed wire
fence while rolling, which twisted hU
leg in .thi? right attitude to shatter the
bone. Dr. Riley was summoned from
?ary to kill the animal.
Mrs. Retta Allen, who taught school
hem last term, visited from Thursday
until Sunday here at the E. T. Feebler
home. While out this way she drove
over to Grange hall and attended the
educational program , which was held
there last Saturday. She will open a
term of school at the Pleasant Grove
school house, nlsar Summervlllo the
first of next month.
Those (who we?t to the Roundup at
Pendleton from here were: Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Braden, James McClure, F.
Bracn, Roy Peebler, Harley McClure,
Phil, Krouse, Henry Peebler, Neil Mc
Clurs, Charles Grandy, Adolph Peebler
and Frank McClure. ."
Perhaps the larghst bam in Union
county Is now under construction. The
barn is about a half mile from Hot
Lake and Is owned by W. J. Townley,
of Union. It is nearlng completion
and it Is reported that a big dance
will b W"ld in it as soon as It Is fin-!
Ished. '. ' . i" ' ' v
Adolph Peebler has his new house
con -il8t"d entirely now. and is busily
engaged in Daln'.lng' it. '..'".
What might have resulted In a b!g
forest fire on the mountain southwest
nf here was extinguished in the' nick
of time by Lou Rogers a few days ago.
Mr. Rogers had bben up In the Peebler
Bros, timber constructing watering
troughs for them and returned home
In the evening supposing he had put
the fire out which he had uet3d to help
turn the troughs out. ; On seeing ; a
smoke up there he rushed back dis
covering that his troughs had beeu
burnrd up but after a night and day
of almost constant fighting the. fire
was extinguished before very much of
the timber was destroyed.
Mrs. Eula Dougherty arrived here
yesterday from her home at Enter
prise to visit until the first of tho
month with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Dick Peebler. . ', ;
Few, it .any, medicines, Bays- met
with the unform success' that has atr
tended the use of Ch?.mteiialn's Colic,
Cholera and1 Dlarrnoea IRemedy r.The
remarkable cureB of colic and dlarr
rhoea which it has effected in almost
every neighborhood have given It a
wide reputation. For sale by all deal
ers.1 : ' '" eod
Notice of Impounded Stock.
i.. " . A-.y l il
II
n
UV OUGHT TO KNOW
this shop, and Its abflKy to sme
jon best. Our one strong?
desire Is to turn out the best
TEA NINO AND ritESSIXG
and" t price onr services te
meet your satisfaction. We be
lieve ve do this. If yonr gar
ments need onr attention send
them to ns and we will do yonr
work- promptly and guarantor
not to rnln the materials.
ELITE DYEING &
CLEANS V7GHIIS
tain 64. IT. B. Waggoner
now. ; 1
.11
timbing-
and
JohnMelvule
1425 A dams 71 ve
LA GRANDE, ORE- ',
Trcasarer's CcM fur Ci'r Wiirra.-ila.
There are also rund? ia the tr-j.j-ury
to pay all warrants issued asai.sut
the water of La GranJj city u;) to - I
and Including No. 9,7"9, endorsed p
ternber 21, 1311. Interest on all war
rants on water fund froia No tc
No. 9,729 inclusive ceases from c.-.ia
of this call.
La Grande, Oregon, Sept. 1, 191
ROL W. LOGAN,
City Treasurer
BOOTH'Slj
Extra Select
EASTERN
In Tints and Quarts. (
Fresh Shipment Daily
Absolutely Guaranteed
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Phone 70. M
Stageberff & Sandbor y
Savoy Hotelf
EUROPEAN PLAN
The rooms are good and
Steam heated only o'nej;
block from depot
D. C. Brichoux. Pro
Notice is hereby given that on the
15th day of September, 1911, 1 took up
while running at largg in the city of
La Grande, Union county, Oregon, the
following described animal, towit: f
One aged bay horse, fifteen hands
and three inches high, weight about
1125 pounds, branded with a W, with
no shoes on, had (yell on at time of
impounding. ' . ' .
That I impounded said animal In the
city pound of the city of La Grande,
Oregon, under and by virtue off an
ordinance thereof, and will, unless the
owner claims and pays the costs of
keeping and impounding said animals,
at the expiration of ten (10) days from
this notice, I will advertise and sell
said animal as provided by the ordi
nance of the city of La Grane, Ore-
gon. . . ;
Done and dated at La Grande, Un-
Ion county, Oregon, this 18th day of
September, 1911. '
J. W. WALDEN,
Chief of Police of the Ci'y of La
Grande, Oregon. , " $
Southeastern Washington's ;
Greatest Fair
September 18 to 23 191!
$30,000 in prem1cms and
purses.
Greatest Race
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Program ever offered in
-the northwest
SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS IN
ETERT DEPARTMENT.
; Concerts Dally by Rnzzl Fam-
09 ;
itauansband:
Special Rates on All Railorads.
WALLA WALLA, WASH. ;
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TED!
A hoy to learn the
cigar trade. One wliw
lives at home, ft
takes three years ta
learn this trade,, and
Iwanlthe'bofsi-psr
rents to be wingi
for the boy to learm
it
Fam s Kina
Cigar Factory
106 Fir Sreef
J. H. PEARE
i
La Grande's Leading , i
Jeweler ' - - : VKI
Opposite U. 8. Lani OMe A dams Aveine,
f HItMHH I MM Mi t
COME te onr shop and let ns demonstrate the nse of Perry Pnen- :
maue naier systems to yon. ne nave jusi mstauea one at "taunty i
Poor Farm". Why not have a bath room, hot and cold water, n)e
lawns and also fire protection (or yonr homes 1 Ton can have a 3-4 Yr
Inch stream at 95 pounds pressure in case of fire. Call and let ns take- K
yon out and show you one In eyery day operation. ; , .
BRY 6 ZVJEIFEL I
PLUMBERS, HEATERS, SHEET METAL WORKERS
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