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LA GRANDE EVENING OBSERVER,
THtJftSLUY, OCTOBER 5, 1911.
I LA GRANDE ELECTRIC SUPPLY COMPANY
We "handle the "Peerless Mazda Lamp" and sell un-"
der a positive guarantee. v e can do your electric wir-
inland repair work in a most satisfactory and mod-
; prnuay, Prices right. In fixtures we can show you
X the best line, and best prices ever known in the city.
5 108 Elm Street, Phone Red 741
! II I HUHWI I tiH M il l I
Complete Equipment tor Resetting arm Repairing
Rubber Buggy Tires
LA GRANDE IRON WORKS
D. FITZGERALD, Proprietor
COMPLETE MACHINE. SHOPS AND FOUNDRY
lieutenants here to secure a short ex
tension of time from the land owners
on the option for renewal of leases.
That means of course the future of
the business is still undecided. It may
mean the removal of the La Grande
factory to this valley.
The Crisp, Cool Weather
just now tells of the need of
a New Heater or Range.
We sell the famous Hartford Heater, for
coal or wood. The great Majestic Range,
its equal does not exist.
Anything and everything you want in
Hardware, Cutlery, Builders Goods, etc.
F. L. LILLY
HIGH CHADE BEETS COME IX TO
Wallowa County Crop Is a Big Held
and Farmers Pleased'.
Sugar beets that show high percent
age of saccharin are being brought tt
the La Grande sugar factory this we:k.
The storage bins are filling up and
when the factory is commenced, which
will be about the 9th of this month,
there will be a big supply on hand to
keep th-3 wh:els turning. Dealing with
the beet sugar situation in Wallowa
county, the Record-Chleftan says-
Sugar beet harvest started In earn
est In this vicinity and near Lostlne
last week, with a big yield assured.
Work began on the ifleld at Wade's
where over 12 tons to the acre is be
ing secured, and the beets testing 13
s-.t cut saccRarin, a very high per
centage. The entire crop in this vicin
ity is expected to average close to 11
tons. , ,
At present 10 four horse teams are
employtd hauling, flv9 teams plowing
and 27 Japanese. Two car loads were
General Manager Bramwell is re
joicing over the good crop for It bears
out his assertion that this vaney is a
natural beet, country. FarnuTS who
planted beets this year are well satis
fied with the outcome, reports the fore
man of the company's fields and most
of them are willing to plant again next
Owner Eckles, who has Just return
ed from Europe, has telegraphed to his
Confederates at Beaumont
Beaumont, Texas, Oct. 5. Hundreds
of confederate veterans from various
sections of Texas are here in attend
ance upon a two-day session, begin
ning today, of the annual reunion of
the Grand Camp of the United Con
federate "Veterans of Texas. The city
Is gaily decorated in honor of the war
veterans and their frlendj. Grand
Commander B. B Paddock of Fort
Worth presided at the opening ses
sion this morning, ut wh'.ch Mayor
Pope welcomed the Vcteiaas to the
city. This afternoon Congressman
Morris Sfosppard delivered the annual
oration. Tomorrow will be hsld the
annual nnrndi the election el oSccri
and also several of the principal bo
cial events of the reunion.
Yet and we have the famous "ALL
FUEL" heaters for coal or wood. Is
nearly perfection in a heater. Keeps
fire perfectly. . . Trade me your old
stove on one of these and keep your
house warm this winter. -
I sell second
to 7 -i
F. D . HAISTEN
FURNITURE ON EASY PAYMENTS
I'piKr Peninsula TeacLerj).
Houghton, Mich., Oct. 5. A large
and representative attendance marked
the opening here today of the 16th an
nual meeting of the Upptr Peninsula
Educational association. The feature
of the initial session held In Armory
hall this morning was an address by
Dr. P. P. Claxton, the new tilted
States commissioner of education. The
sessions will continue over tomorrow!
j and will be followed on Saturday by
a sight BCiJlng trip to the smelters
and other points of interest in Hough
ton and vicinity.
G. T. Darley
Consult him before letting your sidewalk
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and in return you can show your
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way: Please send me one of your
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210 W. Main St., Walla Walla, Wn.
0 nuvziiizmy o
WANTED A girl for general house
work. For particulars phone far
mers 97, or write Mrs. R. B. Cun-
liffe, Pleasant Valley, Or. 2t.
TAKE TWO-THIRDS OF A GLASS OF COLD
SPARKLING SAM-O, ADD ONE-THIRD OF ANY
OF THE FOLLOWING FRUIT JUICES: LEMON,
ORANGE, PINEAPPLE OR GRAPE.
"Measure it right and mix it together
It's Good for what ails you in this kind of weather.' V
FOR SALE OR TRADE House and
lot. Inquire 2014 E. Adams ave.
EASTERN OREGON'S GREATEST FAIR
Seventh Annual Fair of the
Wa I Soma County
Give yourself the pleasure of attending a Good
Old Fashioned Country Fair
Where Something's Doing Every Minute
T IWlftM PHI TMTV HAY THURSDAY
VllAVlH a a ur I OPTORFR STH
l'OK ke.nt Furnished front room.
Modern Phone to Red 61 or call at
1208 Seventh street.
FOR RENT Four room furnished
house. ?25 per month. 1511 Adams
WANTED 1250 cash will give, city
realty valued at $3000. P. O. Box 207
FOR TRADE First clas3 city prop
erty. Want 70 or 80 acres good al
falfa land. Good chance for a good
trade. Call at Observer office, or
address F. R., care Observer. 10-3-tf I
JULIUS FISHER HAS a modern 5
room cottage for rent. Phone Black
FOR RENT Furnished room three
blocks from postofflce. All accom
modations. Extra cheap if taken at
once. Phone Red 3762. 10-2-6t
Call Main Eight
Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Ruberoid
Roofing, Sash Doors, etc,
y at the
George Palmer Lumber Co.
FOR SALE Pair fine well bred 1400
lb. young horses. Cash, time or trade
Apply Klrtiey Btables. 9-30-tf
FOR SALE Team horses, wagon, har
ness and cow for sale. Phone Black
COME to our shop and let as demonstrate the use of Perry Pnen.
maUc Water Systems to you. We haTe Just installed one at Cennty
Por Farm. Why not hare a bath room, hot and cold water, alee'
anus ana aiso nre protection lor yonr homes! You can have 1-4 J
Inch Stream at S3 linnnila ihwhum In . f l nn . . ... . . IT
r " i " - - mmm vhop VA hi c. van mil iet us iaao i
juU out ana snow yon one in erery day operation. '
rLUMBERS, HEATERS, SHEE1 METAL
FOR RENT Light housekeeping
rooms. Furnished or unfurnished.
904 Third street. 9-27-tf
Special reduced rates of fare, tickets good from Sept 30 to October 8th.
Special train from La Grande and
FOR SALE Corrugated Iron building,
suitable for garage. Size, 20x20.
Must be sold at once to make room
for liick building. Talk fast as
time is money. Se John L. Mars.
FOR SALE Jersey cow, soon to be
come fresh, one horse wagon and
single harness. Inquire Mrs. Mil
ler, 1206 B awnue. 9-26-tf
LOST Hamilton plain casw gold
wa.tch; has fob I. O. O. F. emblem.
Lost In yards near depot. Return to
baggageroom to W. N. Shade.
UJA5T FIR FINISH
llfA i . .
mr5 nave just received i
car load of first class
WEN AH A LUMBER CO.
GREENWOOD & MADISON
Home Phone 421 Bell Phone, Main 732