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About La Grande morning observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1901-1904 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 22, 1904)
Farmers and Traders
National Bank, J fa
Oapiud'sJocWally paid . 1000 .
Surplus fund - 13.000 g
Liability of Shareholders 60,000 ' g
We (do 4' genera) banking and exobange business.
rails bought and sold on eartern and foreign banks.
. JOSEPH PALMER," President rr- J
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La Grande Evening Observer
T iEY XROS Edlton JtPrp
Entered at kthe Pott Office t JU
Grande, Oregon, us Second Class;
Hair Matter. f
Is our specialty, i We know ho to ...make, fcood har-m
nesp and we make good harness. Call end see tbe Tdnd '
we Mcommend-foHogging. ; (,
RO BEsil tthe? fitiesfi assortment of 1 winter ' robes in 91
the county. : We tcarrys; everything
found"in a first class harness store
which should be
Harness and Saddles
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PubliBbed daily except Sunday
'One year Tnaavanoe.".V.T"$8 50
Six months ift: 'advance VG'.3 ?0
Per month. .65c
Single" copy . ; ; i i ; t ,6o
TUESDAY. EVENING. NOV. 22, $904
'Before ordering your fall and
' winter suit or overcoat remember
" " that I am in the business, I have
17 yearB experience, have worked
for some of the beBt firms' in ' the
U. 8., and able to .compete with
the beat. If I. can't suit, you
"there will be no charges made.
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La Grande, Oregon
; ,- . stuff '. ..' :;
Stuff, alster, staff wltu: flare .
Staff l( the (tatting in the turkey
Staff it tightly u it will bear;
fltnf? with' m kann. nnntantoil n ! . .
" - "r7l wmw I" I .
Staff, (or the "etafflng nukes goodljf
Staff, i while I watch with (hungry
i stare.: -.
Then when the turkey the dish will
I'll be the person that's stuffing there;
I'll stuff the1 (staffing and turkey" (air
Until I'm staffed till it earls myi hair
And I can't sit on my dining chair. ' .
to receive basket of scraps. If
you are truly thankful and wish
to make others feel aa you do
invite them, to your borne for
dinner and demonstrate to them
that ' you 'are" really thankful
Cheer up. It may not be so
bad -after all.- There. ia,lways
a briffht aide to look upon if
you will only look in the right
direction. "You ' never gained a
point in yo'urjife by 'going a
roundwjth your moutH "drawn
don. iNeither'did" you ever
t)iake a friend or t secure real
sympathy by always and for
ver peddling jrour troubles
ITour friends have troubles en
ough of their own to occupy
Their timjbj without Jurdening
themselves with yours, t otgei
it'ahd8ee'i'fipw the; to'nio of a
smile will act.
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V arujftra iiave uo rouble , in,
finding a market in this city for
all they cau produce!1'' Tbe""La
Grande market is " considered
the best in Eastern Oregon.
) It is gratifying to know hat
the La Grande Creamery is re
ceiving the patronage Which ritl
nuuiy ueuervea. iuere 10 "so
bth'er' (institution in the city
whioh does more to ..bring, tha
farmers; 14t6 i town I and Jtbea
furnished them with the money
with, which to patronize the
other home institutions than the
Creamery. ' -1 ' "
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The farmers of this valley are
fast learning that in order tp
insure a boantifnljharvest they
ehould' not place all dependence
in one crop. Each year finds
theru with a greater number of
comedies ready for market.
Therefore they are , seldom
heard to say "my crop was a
failure thia year," beceuee .they,
have such a diversity of crops
that a complete lailure either in
price or produce is an impoBsia-
t Those who planted orchards
fnthi'Va'lley four ; or "five -years
ago ar'now, beginning i( 16' reap
the '.benefit of tneir , laoors.
Or6irard land has a ready market
aud the crop 'is ' always in de
maud. First' class fruit 'finds' ' a
ready sale, second class fnnt is
. I. ' 7 .1
a irue on tue martei, luernuic
tfi"ea,hofuld! be some s sort " of
plant here to work up this un
diserable 'portion !of the : crop,
th'e ifruitj growers stiduld get
toeetber and organise a stocz
oompany'andjbuild a drier and
IhireSf be in a; pe'sition to mar-
tet this "second ''class fruit and
save the profit to themselves.
We haVe' Deen' SoIng busi
" ness In this town for 5 years
-Inr that time the- town - has
nearly doubled in population
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business has inoreased FIVE FOLD. In other words
. our business has made a great deal more rapid- inorease
than'the town Jiaa- There, are dozens of reasoas for tuis
all ofjwhioh.you will perceive if you begin buying drug
store! goods of us, .In .the first placa we had a ''thorough
training for. pharmacy. .In the second place we had ex- .
ception&l opportunities for, learning Ihe praotical( side of
pharmaoy iu. a successful drug store of, the highest stand-
ing. In the .third place we have kept our eyes open' and
- attended to business until we know the demands ' ef the
people of this town.
A. T. HILL.
' Prescription Druggist La Grande, Oo
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La Grande is ;' growing: at'
rapid1 rate, Its growth is not
the boom order but of the sure
and substancial kind which will
in time 'make a !city o'litt
Grande. Every day sees the
commencement of more'Vesid.
ences which goes to show that
La Grande is fast becoming a
city of homeB. La Grande has
passed the stage where a , shake
ia considered a residence. The
build iMg this year is all of the
pern. i.Vtnate order.
Now is the time to think
about ' your poor friends, not
after you have 'finished the
Thanksgiving' tarkay. Toy
will enjoy the meal : better if
they are invited to join with
you at the table then they will
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The article which appear else
wtrere' m this issue' of 'the Ob
server will, giye a goed idea of
tmV Vatue deWVeo; by this city
and county from the sugar fac
tory ' People take things
for granted without giving a
second thought regarding the
why- of it Another- industry
or two .similar to the sugar fac
tory' would' make a city of La
Grande." We have not reached
the limit, and if we give the
matter Ihe.1 proper1 'amount of
wuugut' dnu IM3U11UU BBBlSieil
with a littleeffort we will, be
able to secure for this city other
industries which will furnish ia
market for the laboring maus
cemmodhy and thereby enrich
the city and county and there
BAY AND GRAIN ZZ1
Wheat, export price 81o to 86o
Carlay.. ,bMt. . , 21 to S23.60
oats .' ...... .....;.V..a6. toj VHM
Bar," timothy.. ..i. .'..H 116
BOTTKH, BOGS AND POaLTBT .
Batter beet oreamery.... '..ZIKo 40 80
Batter; ' ordlnaryr. 260
Egts, per dosen 26c to 26c
Chickens, per pound....'. 10c
BBUIT8 AND VEOBTABliES .
Potatoes per owt;
Onions, per owt SI) to H.65
Apptos,,best.per box-..M,.76oto II
Peaches, beat, per box. . . . . .00o to 76o
Beats, par wok. ....Sl.tt
Oabbage, per pound... ...'....."...i.2o
"' LIVE STOCK -' '
Steers.......... ...,,.2.78 to S3
Hons. best...........;.... '
Hogs, feeders... H.
. , LOCAL BUTTER MARKET t-a
Cfreamery' Batter C6 rents per roll.'
Batter Fat 23 cents, per ponna. -
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I have reopened my shop on
North Fir Street ' You' -will
find my shop well; supplied
and the prices to suit the
times. Yours for business
Free' delivery. PhOne lBOl
A Pound Steak ..;,'.
is just the thing to la; the foundation
for a good day's work. 1 That is) when'
It is the kind we sell. Juicy, rlob beefy
flavor. Fall of nutriment. 'Make's the
weak strong, and the strong stronger.
All Kinds' of Meat
that are good pan be found In
our icebox in" prime condition, at prices
that please. Yon will fare well if yonr
bill of fare is based oa oar meats.
Bock & Thomas
StnesJJthem in any style
r wish ..'
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BENT, LEASE :OB :SALE
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Address bids' to 1 -'P" care
.'. .; of Observer
Be BtlH-! tlie orown of life is silentness
Give thou a quiet hour to eaob long
Too much of time we spend in profitless
And fooliBh talk too little do we Bay
If thou wonldst gather words that ishall
Learning a wisdom to express,
Leavejor awhile thy chat and empty
Study the golden Bpeech of silentness
' FULL, 1MEASURE
Chain wood by the
128 cubic feet to 'the cord.' 16-inch dry chain
wood 3 per cord. This is cheaper than by' the load ?
You pay for what you get and get what you pay ibr, t
H. W. NIBLEY
How dear to my heart is the old-fashioned washboard
1 1.11. in. 11 .1 ."r niwvi m vann nn .han i a -. ......
With its zinc-oovered ridges the sads used to play la
5 L..And 808P babbles gamboled to njy ohildish Joy.
. Olttimes have I watched her when wearing her knuckles.
As over the ridges our duds she would rub,
I ne'er wilt forget how she anlashed and she slatherep
a The old fashioned wash board that stood in the tab.
J r The old fashioned waBhboard;
. i, '.. t-i'The zinc-covered washboard;
The back-breaking washboard that stood in the tub.
8ome folks always kiok about up-to-date laaddriss.
e iAna8Ry they wear out their clothes every day;
a Bat give them to me, so I will have a hot dinner
At homo, with the smell of the soap ends away.
I know that the washing machine is moon easier
On 11 f oar olothes than to take them and rub
1. al 1 j . . """ " oaiaua worn out;
By the old-fashioned washboard that stood in ths tab.
We are not the old fashioned kind
Those love truth best who to
... . selves are true,
And what they dare to dream of,
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Closing ut pieGial
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Six ' New G Carta & Baby Buggies i at ,
'26 0f Buggf ,'6tSo; t ui .; 1 i.v'ttvm 80 1
J6 00 Go Cart, now. .....' 7 50
Big Reductions on Iron Beds
$18 00 Bed ...12 50 ,
New Springs.. .....175
Second Hand Springs. 60
We have . several handsome Dressers at
Real Bargains.' Also 112 Extension Dining
Room Table for (8 60, New chairs 60o.
We will pay all your old stoves are worth
in exchange for New Ranges' and fieaters.
PHONE j I85l
Money to Loan
Representing the Equitable Savings & Loan - Asso
ciation of Portland, Or., the strongest, safest & most
reliable institution on the Pacific coast, under State '
supervision. Loans made short or longtime to suit -pjZ
t f i WM. GRANT, Agent
fe,.City property for sale. .
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La Grande National B nk
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H B HAISTEN
. FURNITURE REPAIRING .
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, $72,(aoo
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