La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959, June 26, 1930, Page 31, Image 31

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    LA-GRANDE EVENING OBSERVER, LA GRANDE, ORE.
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NEW TODAY
FOR RENT ? room opt. Phono
375-J. 8-26-2 I.
.AMERICAN CAI'"E 219 Depot St.
Open under . new management.
Dinner 35c, good cats. One wait
ress -wanted..' Call at restaurant.
.; 0-26-3 t.
J-'OK SALE A. few lnrge potted to
mato plants. The lust for this
seuson. Chirks greenhouses, West
. Adams avo. .' 6-26-lt.
l'OK SAI..1--3 6-rm. mod. home.
Will tako car; for equity. Call Ob
server.. ' 5-26-2 tp
' WANTED Ho'usework by exper
ienced refined woman. Phono
Main 620. v 6-26-2t.
FOR SALE Corn fed fryers. Also
late cabbagoplants. J. R Stein
beck. Ph. 1SJ5-R. 6-20-2 t.
FOR SALE R. I. R. fryers, corn
fattened. Call 268-J. 0-27-3 tp.
FOR RENT Furn. npts. Newly
papered and painted, 1427 Wash.
ln((. 2700 N Fir. 6-20-3 tp.
WANTEDTo buy moveable ward
robe. Ph. 472-R. 6-26-1 t.
OLD TIME DANCE Sat. night at
Eagles hall. ; 6-20-3 t.
WANTED
WANTEO Position ns stenogra
pher or housework, 1401 55 nve,
0-25-3 tp.
WANTED Exp. girl wants work
in town or on ranch. Call 449 M.
or 1101 V ave. 6-25-2 tp
WANTED Small auto trailer. I'll.
497-J. ( 6-25-tf.
EXP E R IE N C E D GHtL. wants
housework. .'Call Observer.
tp.
WANTED Girl for housework and
care of children. Call 1206 N.
ave., after 6 p. m. 6-24-3t.
DRIVING TO -SEASIDE Want
passengers -to share expenses.
Writo A. B. Observer. 5-28-1 mp
FOR SALE
FOR SALE Work team, weight
2700, one 3 horse Canton disc.
Phone 139-R., Isladn City..
0-24-5 tp.
FOR SALE 2 registered cows, 4
yrs. nnd 6 yrs. 1 just fresh and 1
fresh Aug. c". J. A. Mills, Cove,
i , 6-24-6 t.
i FOR SALE OR RENT Thorough
i ly modern Ahreo room house.
Phone S39-W. 6-23-6 tp
FOR SALE Six used trucks from
ton to 2 ton capacity. Smith's
garage. '. 0-23-0 t.
; FOR SALE i Business and part
furniture of 'Ostormoor hotel, 24
rooms, Mrs? F. M. Martin. Ph.
. 400, Baker, Ore. 0-10-1 mp
WEiNHARD'SColumbla near beer
on draught. AH kinds of sand
wiches and"- soft drinks. The
Lottos, In business 30 years.
C-4-lm.
FOR RENT
FOR RENT t 0-rm. flirn. houso
with garngo,: 1805 Third, phone
- 229-J. , 0-25-4 tp
FOR RENT -i- Mod. apts., first
class. Speolal summer rates.
Sominors hotel. 6-25-tf.
. FOR RENT Mod. bedroom for 1
or 2 ladles. 1507-6th. Ph. 381-J.
6-24-t f.
FOR RUNT Furnished apartment.
1803 Adams . avenue. 6-1 8-tf.
CEDAR
SHINGLES
We have a new
low price on
Cedar Shingles.
You can re-roof
now f on Jess
money than for
several' years.
VANPETTEN
LUMBER CO.
PJIONE MAIM 7aa.
"GOOD SERVICE QUICK"
I $165.00 DOWN
' Buys
LATE 1929 MODEL "A" FORD
- STANDARD COUPE
Want Ad
Rates
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charged at 50c per line per
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quired on all Classified orders to
earn these rates. Higher rates
charged on all credit Insertions.
Copy for all Classified orders
must be In this office by 10 A.
M. DAY OP INSERTION. Swp
orders on ad Inserted until fur
ther notice must be received by
the same hoir or extra Insertion
will be charged.
Telephone orders solicited.
Cash rates may be earned on
phone orders by payment on or
before date of last Insertion.
PH6NB MAIN 7
"An Observer Want Ad
Will Do It"-
FOR RENT Cool, modern, turn,
apt. Frigidalre, 2 beds, garage,
luindis Court. 0-1 1-1 111.
FOR RENT Mod. apt. with Frldl
' guire. Call Melville's. 6-6-tf.
APARTMENTS All re-flnlshej.
Summer rates, Inquire Sommer
hotel. ' 5-28-1 m.
FOR RENT
Furn. houses and
upts., with baths, clean, quiet,
low rates. Adults. 1810 Green
wood. . 5-10-1 m.
MISCELLANEOUS
STEEPLE JACK A. J. Gruut,
flag pole specialist. Foley hotel.
Work guaranteed. 0-25-0 tp
READY CUT garago lumber, 10x10
with doors, shingles and trims,
$42.60. M. 900, Polo Bousquot.
6-24-1 mp
EASTERN OREGON School of
Music, violin, piano, voice. Cred
its. I. O. O. F. temple, 447-J.
6-9-1 m.
'wA GRANDE MATTKKSS ft Up
holstering A Rug Cleanlni
Works Phono 424-W. Chas. Ed.
wards, prop. 1 2rl-lm
PURE MILK Contains every ele
ment required by tho human
body. Our dairies are operated
with careful attention to snnlta
tlon. Wo recommend PURE
NATURAL MILK to you, un
adulterated, unpasteurized, un
ntandardized. The best milk over
sold In La Grande is produced by
LA GRANDE DAIRYMEN'S AS
SOCIATION. 6-26-lrc
MONEY TO LOAN Wo are repre
sentatives for the Prudential In
surance Co., and can make farm
or city loans at attractive rates
nf , Interest. Cbas. H. Reynolds;
insurance, loans and bonds.
Professional
Directory
This directory Is especially
handy for tlio newcomer or for
tho out-of-town reader who mny
want -tho namo nml address of
some professional man. It lias
been carefully prepared nnd. will
prove to bo a ready aid to any
render in obtaining prompt pro
fessional service.
CLASSIFIED FOR
QUICK REFERENCE
Physicians & Surgeons
A. U RICHARDSON, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
Office over aiass Drugs
Office Fbono, M-15 Res.
LEE B. BOUVY, M. D.
.LEWA WILKES, M. D.
Practice limited to diseases of
the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat.
New Foley Telephone
liulldlng Main 16
Physician and Surgeon F"JI w ioae on old sheep, you ousht thank, goodness, he is comm6 Tool 'fffijl Hjl ''i reckon tukt tvihr pightin' siuMV)VJpi'1"ku-,Ill rtHAT WASN'T LUCK scorchyT oh Y6S TK1 dream t
I nrfl-A over Olnss DruM tiM f TMftMK SCORCHY B6TORE I I VOULBH'T IT BE. STRANGE, JAKE, IP THIS fl M K l MB Bt TU eyACT PLACE ALL RIGHT ( - TNONSpiSe, LISTEN TD WHAT CHIEF THAT PRCVAPT6D MlJ
1 ,? v m tt WV7 VDU VANVJSE. EVEN IP MEPIB . I RESCUE SHOULD PROVE. THE MEANS Of , 'If K I Wl THINQ9. HAPPEN MIGHTY ODD SOME- JAKE I-IT. WAS THUNDER' CLOUD BREAMED V TO Give A; TW
ornce I none, m-io ties, m-oo t"i'elA' 'coae near breawn' yer j.. locating mr. brown's lost GOLT)MiNe!r--Ui!llMf ., Times ! IT be fates Way op PURE LUCK ' I TTfitl war. bunple' 1-
I rfUl, ufw with uic LAcin I r W. Ji.tM mf??ZF-lic3gg&kVt A- REWARDIN1 YOU. SCORjCHY. PER y THAT I . fc S TELL M6 ABOUT T,.'.smV
TL'TrinVJ0. GU)RIATrade'Muk8Rplt One Out Of Six 7 " By"Julialleff
Rnro-ptsts Ratterv and I WWOOPEE- Ve stTEM Gee, l . maysE Yoo Will BE , I I HoPt? so I I , . ( MINE not to QiMSTiwjVMfJ-
liurge mtteryana picked as one of u You'ge chosen -Coo, ille. I m&Si i WHV TS mine but to goodbye'!-
KOOF1NQ WORK. Repair work
or any kind ot a new roof. Call
' Chas. Hlldebrand, eiOW. 3-6-l:.ip
MONET TO LOAM on improved
city property, straight loans or
Installment plan. Lowest ' rates.
United States Investment Co.
Phone Main II. l-K-lm
FIND IT
HERE
Copy for thin column moat to
In or t a, m.
Chlneso dishes nt
prices. Portland cafe.
reasonable
213 Depot.
6-23-6 t.
SPKCIATj
Permanent wave as
Colonial Beauty shop.
low as $0.
0-26-31.
THE MI'E OIi THE PARTY
"Shuffling Sambo" the Tap
Dancing Doll. It has been a riot
all over the country. Do your Tap
Dancing at home with Shuffling
Sambo. Get one" of these clever fel
lows at Richardson's Art and Gift
Shop. See the window display.
Ask to see them demonstrated.
6-23-t r.
CKIiKIlRATE THE J-XJUItTII
Buy your fireworks at Highway
Cash grocery, 2203 Adams, 3c to
05c. 0-26-8 t.
Hcinslltclilng, . pleating,- button
holes, etc. Norton's Kiddle Sliop.
Adv. NEW FJtAMES
Richardson's Art nnd Gift Shop
has Just received a shipment of new
swing nnd stand frames, in all
sizes. nnd styles, and folding leather
frames. Have your picture framed
now at Richardson's Art and Gift
Shop. Specialists in Enlarging,
Hand Tinting and Fruming. 6-23-tf
SWIM AT COVE l'OOIj
"The Fountain of Youth." Com
plete change ot clear, sparkling
warm mineral' water every 7 hours.
6-25-lm
' SniJFl'TiING SAMBO
The . clever Tap Dancing Doll,
now on sale at' Richardson's Art
and Gift Shop.: -Yoa will get the
kick of your life out of this new
funny dancing doll.' . 6-2S-tf.
Franklin as Inventor
Although Benjamin Franklin was
counted the greatest - inventive
genius of Ills age he never naked
for nor received a patent on any
thing. Springneid's Meanest Man ..
The meanest man in town called
a girl by telephone, proposed and
was accepted nnd then told her lie
had . gotten the wrong number,
Springfield Union. .
Deeds, Not Words
It is vnln to. expect any ad
vantage from our profession of
the truth. If we be not sincerely
just and honest In our actions.
Archbishop Sharpe.
No Financial Quarrels
Wild animals fight each other for
one of three reasons: for personal
safety, especially when cornered;
for love, and for hunger. Country
Homo.
Milking Cows
Cows give more milk If tnllkot
three times a day instead of twice.
In observed cases the lncronse has
been from 10 to 25 per cent.
SCORCHY SMITH
Trade
JOHNSON GREETS
Manager Walter Johnson (left) of the Washington senators wel
comes Arthur "The Great" Shires, well known pugllfst, who plays
major league baseball-on the side.' Shires was recently acquired by
the Senators from the Chicago White 8ox.
- .Helping Unfortunate :
At a "beggars' home," estab
lished in Nanking, China, the resi
dents are taught such trades ns
carpentry and printing until they
are able to make a living.
Century in Same Building
The First Presbyterlun church of
Natchez,. Miss., Is worshiping for
the second century in its building,
built in 1830.
Hostilities Suspended
"There is always n lull before the
storm." it Is sometimes called the
honeymoon. London Tit-lilts.
YOUNGEST OF
( -ji-Aywrrrr!1; , Vt ' ' ' " "' "
Sea Scout Paul A. SIpte (left) of Erie, Pa., only 21, and youngest
member of the Byrd Antarctic expedition was one of the nattiest and
best dressed on return of the expedition to New York City. ' He la
shown after hfs arrival with James E. West, chief scout executive.
Mark Registration Applied For
U. S. Patent Office
THE GREAT ONE
Associated Press Photo
Loolcing Backward "
When Isoking back Into the past
ire find thlugs that are not only In
teresting but things that show us
how much progress 1ms been mado
In a given length of time. Nuarly
all. newspapers devoto some of their
space to pioneer liislSry or to "forty
years ago." .Ave titid It valuable
to make comparisons It has a
tendency to muko us belter satis
fied. Trinidad (Colo.) Ncws-Tole-gruph.
Priceless Bible
One of the most beautiful Dibit
uiunuscrlpts In existence, now pre
served nt Unsnln, Kweden, lias sil
ver letters on purple vellum. .
EXPLORER BAND
si Havnitf It'll i'rcA I'hato
Back To The Range
National Advertising: Accounts -
Big Item In
. One of the most important Items
ot Income for daily newspapers In
the present duy is national adver
tising accounts, with practically
6,000 firms who place advertising
on their products throughout tho
country, Howevor, a very small
per cont of this number makes up
the bulk of the total of 3260,000,
000 which was spent In newspaper
advertising In 1928. i
The automobile industry lead tho
entire list with expenditures of
tSO,710,000. Food products and
beverages wore second with )32v
000,000, druggists sundries and
toilet goods worn third with 26,
000,000 and tobacco advertising
was fourth with $22,000,000.
This advertising is placed with
but few exceptions by advertising
agencies which have an important
part in tho advertising structure ot
the country. Some of theso agen
cies are small nnd servo only a few
firms In a limited torritory whilo
several of the largest havo offices
In All principal cities nnd only
recently extended their services to.
cover practically every clvillzod
country In the world.
Tho agency is hired by a firm to
Inyout, plnn and place tho entire
advertising appropriation In nil of
i J J-
rourMOTor
Can Be No
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The extra long lasting viscos
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motor oil makes it the safest
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lubrication you can use. There
is a weight and grade of Vel
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automobile, truck or tractor
motor. It will pay to use
Veltex Oil consistently.
Newspaper's Income'
lts phase Artists, layout and copy
nion, space buyers and accountants-
aro required for - this work. After Uy Increased tho volume of buai
tho, -advertisements have been pre-ness received from national adver
pared and approved by the manu
fttuturer, the agency then malls out
orders accompanied by mats t or
stereotype - advertisements to the
newHpupers sutected for tho cam
paign. The 'newspnpers In turn,
bill tho agency for tho advertltUnft
spuco each, month. The ogoncy
alone Is responsible.- Tho agency
men tit ns the newspapers accept
business direct from them. - '
Tho appropriation for newspaper
atlvcrttttlrig by aeverul firms each
year over the country amounts to
more than $1,000,000 ono or two
reaching the 16,000,000 mark.
, Tho national advertising of those
firms Is a strong link in their chain
Of soiling and many provide sales
men with a completo portfolio of
tho next six months advertising
matter to be run on the product.
It has been proven that tho sales
men are grently benefited by show
ing tho prospective customers what
tho firms will do in tho way or
advertising support. A nationally
advertised produce is always easier
to sell than an unknown product.
Before a manufacturer spends hn:
Better
A man can invest five hundred or five thousand dol
lars in an automobile he may buy a four, a six or
an eight but the service he gets out of it depends
entirely on the gasoline he uses. ;
GASO0-0ME
.. ,, -i )'''. '.! - in
consistent use of this very high-grade SPECIAL
SPECIFICATION gasoline will insure you 100
performance from your car. This good gasoline will
drive any motor to the utmost extent of .its capacity. .
With VELTEX you will get all, the! ppeed,.,all. lthe ;
power and all the mileage your particular motor was
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And because VELTEX gasoline is bo clean, so pure,
so "dry" and so completely volatile your upkeep, re
pair and operating expenses will be surprisingly small.
VELTEX is th? best and most economical gas you ,
can use. ' , ' . ' , .
FLETCHER OIL COMPANY
Oldest Independent Marketers in the Northwest
dreda of thousands of dollars on
advertittln? he. must be sure hta
product la right as today the buy
public Is so educated as - to
know values better than ever .be
fore. -
fTho Evening; Observer has stead-
tislng aocounts during tho lost fivo
years and the-volumo now reaches
more than $20,000. annually- Thin
money Is all brought Into the com
munity from outside.- " ' . ' v
At present ho Observer Is carry
ing national- advertising accounts
on transportation, tobacco,- tires
and automotive accessories, lolls
and gasolines, household products,
food products, automobiles, drug
products and various miscellaneous
ltemu. . -... " ! .;-. r- : 7
In a great many cas:s these samo
firms will uho" many dally papers
In tho United States. It Is said for
this reason tho man in Florhhv Is
oducatcd to eat nnd wear tho samo
things us are eaten and' worn by
the man In Oregon. In other words,
national advertising plays a largo
part in making tho entire nutlon
standardized.
Tho Observer Is represented In
the national field by M. C. Alogen
son & Co., whose head offloas pro
at Hun K ran clsco, with brunch of
fices In Seattle, Portland, Los An
geles, ..New, York, Duirolt and Chl-
ft.
By John C. Terry
This car has original paint, new car guarantee,
1930-31 license.
PERKINS MOTOR CO
Main BOtf ' -' ' ' v ; ' 4th and Adama