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jjM'Qgjg-yOy? observer, , . ,: .;; . fridAy, October 6,
I iA GRANDE ELECTRIC SUPPLY COMPANY I
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We handle the "Peerless Mazda Lamp" and sell un
5 der a positive guarantee. We can do your electric wir-
- ins repair work in a most satisfactory and mod
5 era way. Prices right. In fixtures we can show you
X "the best line, and best prices ever known in the city.
108 Elm Street, Phone Red 741
Complete Equipment tor Resetting arm Repairing
Rubber Buggy Tirei
LA GRANDE IRON WORKS
D. FITZGERALD, Proprietor
COMPLETE MACHINE SHOPS AND FOUNDRY
COTE TO BE HOST TO JLIJIY WOE-
Exact Program of the Erdnt to Be Is-
sued Shortly Here.
The annual Sunday school conven
tion of Union county will be held in
Cove October 17 to 19. An excellent
program baa been prepared under ths
direction of the committee, Mrs. Bid
wall, prorldent, and will appear In
full shortly. Delegates are. expected
from all the 26 and more schools of
the county f a rapidly growing band
of workers too often under appreci
ated. Watch for the program.
ANNUAL CONVENTION IN CONNEC
TION WITH APPLE SHOW.
Will Be Educational Event for Inland
Clubs and Towns.
The Crisp, Cool Weather
XwCice to Creditors.
Notice Is hereby given that the un
dersigned has been duly appointed
and has Qualified as acting admtnistra
tor of the estate of Charles E. Schmidt
deceased and all claims against said
estate must be fil:d w'th the under
signed in La Grande, Oregon, on or
before six months from the date of
Dated at La Grande, Ore. Sept 28,
W. S. WINS,
F. S. Ivanhoe, Atty. for Administrator.
First publication September 29,
1911. ... .
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
AND WORK PROMPTLY FINISHED.
IF WE CANNOT PLEASE YOU FROM
EVERY STANDPOINT AS A DENTIST
WE KNOW WE CAN COME NEAR, IT.
WHEN YOU THINK OF HAVING
DENTAL WORK DONE THE MIND
TURN'S TO STEVENSON'S DENTAL
OFFICE. YOURS TO SERVE.
Spokane, Wash., Oct. 6. (Special)
Broad in policy, educational In pur
pose and . beneficial in its influence
will be the annual convention of the
country life commissions of Washing
ton, Oregon, Idaho and Montana dur
ing the week of tha fourth National
Apple show in Spokane Nov. 23 to 30.
David Brown, chairman of the' Wash
ington commission and head of the
country lire committ9 of the Spokane
chamber of commerce, also I; arrang
ing for representative delegations
Vfrom California, Utah, Wyoming, N
Dakota, S. Dakota, Minnesota. British
Columbia, Alberta and other states and
province in iue northwest to partici
pate at the sessions.
Governors of the Northwest. rn and
Pacific states, members of congress
and state and provincial legislatures
and prominent nfen and women of the
United States and Canada, who are
Interested In making the rural dis
tricts of America more attractive and
are concerned in the development of
a higher cou-ry life, will be Invited
to attend the convention, which 1b to
occupy four or more days.
"Plans for the organization of com
munity clubs to encourage the coun
try life movement will be discussed, '
said Mr. Brown, "and preliminary ar
rangements made to carry on the work
throughout the country, the paramount
idea being to make rural life so pleas
ant that It will attract our young peo
ple and check the tendency of our
country boys and girls leaving th'ir
homes for the cities.
"We shall also tak. up such sub
jects as good roads, better- rural
schoolB and the merchandising of the
farm products. There are several oth
er Important subjects in connection
with the country lifla plan, but noth-i
ing thHt will have the least bearing in
a political way. The primary 'pur
pose is to bring out the b;st of our
rural manhood and womanhood by
providing better srial conditions on
the faim and make the life moro ut-
trnctiv than It has been in the past.
Yeaand 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
$iato 7 g
FURNITURE ON EASY PAYMENTS
C. T. Darley
Consult him before letting your sidewalk
G. A. BROWN, D. D. S.
. J. E. STEVENSON, D. D. S.
EASTERN OREGON'S GREATEST FAIR
Seventh Annual Fair of the
w allow a
Give yourself the pleasure of attending a Good
Old Fashioned Country Fair
Where Something's Doing Every Minute
UNION COUNTY DAY Jjjgg&i
Special reduced rates of fare, tickets good from Sept 30 to October 9th. Special train from La Grande and
l!il(? Exorcises t Vernon. .
. Washington. Oct. 0. 'One thousand
delegates who havfc beep, attending the
convention .In this etiy of the National
Ormnn-AiiK-rii an alliance today made
a pilgrimage to Mount Vjrnon, where
a . program of exercises - was carried
out and a number of beautiful floral
offerings deposited at the tonb of
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."
iiandcll After Bailey's Seat.
Waco, Tt xas, Oct. 6. Congressman
Choice B. Randell of Sherman, who
was the first to announce his candi
dacy to succeed Joseph W. Bailey 4n
the I'nlted States senate, will open
his active campaign here tomorrow by
addressing a rally of the democrats,
of McLennan county. '
Few, tr any, medicines, nave met
with the unform success that has at
tended the use of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and DIarrnoea Remedy. The
remarkable cures of colic and diarr
rfcoea which It has effected In almost
every neighborhood have given It A
wide reputation. For sale by all deal
Call Main Eight
Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Ruberoid
Roof ing, Sash Doors, etc.
, . "( . ... '
' ; at the ':0h; ;
George ; Palmer Lumber C6i
TreaHiinr's Call lor.. City Warrants
There are also funds In the treasury
to pay all warrants issued against wa
ter fund of La Grande city up to and in
cluding No. 9814, endorsed
Interest on all warrants on water
fund from No. 9732 to No. 9814 inclu
sive, ceasts from date of this call. "
La Grande, Oregon, Oct. 3, 1911.
ROY W. LOGAN,
An, article that has Teal merk
should In time become popular. That
such Is the case with Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy has been attested by
'many dealers. Here Is one of .them,
j H. W .Hndrlckson, Ohio Falls, Ind.,
j writes. "Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
; is the best for coughs, colds and croup
and is my best seller.' For sale by
all dealers. eod
COME to our shop and let ns demonstrate the. use. of -Perry rneu
jnatlc Water fSy stems to yon, YF have Just Installed one at County
Tor Farm", YThj not have a bath room,, hot nd cold water, nice,
lawns and also Are protection for yonr homes! Yon can have a 8-4'
Inch stream at 95 pounds pressore In case of fire. Call and let ns take
yon out and show yon one In every day operation,
BAY 6 ZWEIFEL
PLUMBERS, HEATERS, SHEE1 METAL WORKERS
I COAST FIR FINISH
Wc have just received ;
car load of first class
WENAHA LUMBER GO
GREENWOOD & MADISON
wome rhone421 Bell Phn
ie, Main 732