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About La Grande morning observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1901-1904 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 23, 1904)
ON NEW YEAR'S
j i Will Give Away a
. a chance with every
paid on account or purchase
A. V. A ND R EWS
Gents' Furnisher and Tailor.
Eead The Daily Observer
Stellwell & Vandermuelen, Proprietors.
WHOLESALE - AND RETAIL BUTCHEPS.
Highest market price paid for all kinds of butchers'
stock Hides, pelts and furs. Also chickens & poultry.
' To make your Thanksgiving as you would wish it to
' be you must have the very best to secure the best re
sults. We have everything you desire, suoh as maple
' sjrup, raisins, a full line of Heizens goods, the best of.
extraots, mince meat, new crop of nuts, sour Kraut,
picklos, cheese aud everything you need. Call and
inspect our goods.
NEBRASKA GROCERY STORE
Cor. Fir and Jt.'ffersun Sis.
v. The Dry Land Alfalfa grows without irri
gation. BROME GRASS
Red Clover, Alfa, fa and ail kinds of
Garden Seed in bulk
Seed Wheat, Baled
Barley, Oats, Etc'
The only Seed House
A. V. Oliver
E. P. 8tple
E. E. Romig
ROM1G & STAPLES
A full and complete line of staple and fancy gro
ceries. Fancy canned and lunch goods; Tinware,
graniteware and woodenware.
Fruit and vegetables iu season. Bakery prodnoia
always fresh. Good service and quick delivery.
Miss E"1 Garfield baa entered the
conservatory of mmlc at Chicago.
Illg Thanksgiving ball by the local
Forresters tomorrow night.
The McKanlaai Colored troop will
appear at the Opera Hon tonight,
All the dry goods atores and Carnit
ine store wll close tomorrow at noon.
Mr. and Mrs. Hale of Beppner are in
the city. Mr. Hale la engaged la the
The ladles of the Kaffee Klatch will
be eotertalned.by Mrs L D Reavis Fri
Jaa B Elnundorf manager ol the
Camp Caraoo mine, left thia morning
for rjaa Kraaclaoo on bniinesa. ...
Marshall Rayburn will spend Thanki
giving with friends in rjtarbock, Waah
ington and J H McLaohlen will wear
the star daring bis abeenoe. '
M.L Caaaey baa sect hia oollection
of frulta in large glass cylendera to
Portland whore thev will be used In
the Lewis & Clark fair. .
J H Elratli and yf 8 Paddock were
over from Union yesterday to soperin
tend the shipping of a coople of oars of
applea whloh the aeut to Anaconda,
While la the city this morniog J W
MoAUater lot a floe ten pound dress
ed turkey tied up in a eaok. The tinder
is requested to please return the sack
to this office and reoeive reward.
Mr L Z Carpenter who for the past
three years has been (analog the W B
Campbell place just south of this olty
leaves tomorrow for the Northern por
tion of the county, having taken a
homestead near Elgin.
, All tne lumber oompanies report a
greatly increased demand for lumber
ainoe the eleotion. Eastern oouoerns
who placed ordera for an occasional
car now wire to send all they can, the
limit being only the limited car service
Zundell and Lanson. the wholesale
buy and grain merchants have pur
chased the exclusive right of handling
the flour from the Imbler Flooring
mills in the City of La Grande as well
as the all wheat flcnr, germa, and Gra
County Judge Harrison and Dr G I.
Blggers committed Artie W. Reavii to
the asylum this morning. - Beavis Is a
young man who nntil last August has
been conllned in the Nevada City Mo
asylum He came here a few months
ago and located on a timber claim a
bove Union He will be taken below
It is I u 111.; to say that Oiteopatby
ib uot a success. The million or o.ore
who giveovr t wH,ite t.f their bod
icsinlo thf kt, p nii ol iiBteopaioio
physicians is proul that rbny find it a
bitter thini (or l"iilth thn the olHor
S)"t "m ol lru praeiici Irom wh.h
th-y ha divorcid thtunelvea.
A Proper Custom
It is the custom to take an offering
at the Thanksgiving service and turn
the same to the Pastor's Union to be
used for looal benevolence The
pastoia more than any other class
tome In contact with oases of want
and their ability to use the fund to
gladden hearts will not be questioned.
Let our people respond liberally to
the call tomorrow morlng and again In
the evening. .
, The oity council meets this evening.
' Postmaster Lewis of Hilgard is a
buainets visitor with ru today. l' .,
Mr OiraTbevenin left this morn
ing for Portland where she bas aooept
ed a re-numerativs position.
E I Eokley woo bas been visiting
sever! points in Washington daring
tbe past ten days returned last even,
ng. ' . ' '
Tbe ladies of the Tuesday Musical
met in the Club parlors yesterday
af'ernoon the program being under
the direction of Miss Lillian MoCall
Joseph Barton, Gen. Paaa Agent of
the Bumpier Valley B B is in tbs oity
today. He bas not fully recovered
from tbe injuries received several
weeks sgo. ' ' . J '
O 0 Kiooaid well kown in thia
oity who baa been employed in tbe
Baker county mines fur several years
isaowin the new Nevada mining
camp, Tonopatb. . This oarup is onl)
one year old but it is stated that $2,
000,000 have been taken oat ol tbe
mines. s . f . .V '' "
There will be a grand ball at the L
O B cbarch tomorrow evening. All
respectable people are invited.
On tomorrow, Thanksgiving services
will be held at the M B ohuroh South
at 10 :30 a m and at the Baptist ohuroh
Miss Carrie O Millspaogh left this
mornirg for Haines when she will
visit a few daya and then go to points
Mr. PS t nodgrass, cashier of tbe
First National Bank of Eugene, passed
through the oity this morning enroutel
to Haker City to visit relatives and
Mr. and Mrs. P H Dlokinaon left
this morning for a two months visit to
Mi-souri among re. stives and friends,
and while gone will visit tbe St. Louis
Geo. M McCon.iell, who bas been
here looking after his eitensive Inter
ests in this conn y for several months
will retarn to his home in California
J Coyle, formerly a dispatcher in
the O B N offices at La Grande, is
now operator at Bridge 115 near North
Fork, where a steel bridge is being put
In place. . ' .
-IN ALL OF OUR LINE
Glass Front Oak O'.tpboard
12 Guage Shot Gun.
16X20 New Picture Frames
New Kitchen Treasures
Drop Ler.f Table..... ...
Kitchen chairs.. . ,.
4 Foot Dry wood
...... fU uv
60o and up
The La Grande Pawnbrokers
'-. Comer Fir and Adams
' Remember we still buy aadCseU! all kinds
of Second Hand. Goodijt jt Jk j
In these days of the inoreasinS
use of eleotrioity the danger
of;having your watch magna
taxed Is greater than in tbe past.
I am In shape to demagnetize
toot watch right away and put
It to as good snaps as when It
left tbs factory.. .There is no
necessity of running tbs risk of
-. baying your watch . lost or
broken sending it away wbm
yon ean get.it made as good as
. new at borne by a praotiole
workman at alow oost.
J. M. Pcarc, the Jeweler
Winter Footwear For
Men Women and
To meet the changing
seasons and supply the
demand for winter
shoes we have placed
in stock complete Hues
selected from .leading
T M STUBBLERELD
HONEST HADE ,
SHOES GIVE .
There is-a sense of
satisfaction in wearing
genuine articles in
clothing, jewelry, foot
wear etc So much of
what is worn is imita
tion and shoddy. The
shoes we carry for men
women and children
are honest made end
give honestwear The
prices we charge are
not too cheap to yield
us a profit but right
and reasonable for
. honest values. We so- ,
lioit your closest, in
One black female hog, weight about
260, baa come to my plaoe. Owner will
please call and pay charges and this
for .notice. Robt. Deal. City.
When the Turkey Comes
To you in our restaurant you will
bave a triple feast Your eyea will
east on ita tempting appearance. Your
nnatrila vrlll feast on its appetizing
odor. Your palate will feaat on Its
I delicate flavor. '
Will be a joy to be remembered.
With all this In prospect, what's tbe
good of bothering with a borne dinner,
Spond Thanksgiving- here and be
J. A. ARBUCKLE, Prop.
OPEN DAY AND NIOHT
We sell weekly Meal' . ,A
Tickets, Cash $450
Proprietor of the , f
Quality Shge Siqre
I HOUSE CLEANING TIME
The nnual fall cleaning Time is now here and our large
STOCK OF FURNITURE, Carpets, Linoleum, Mattings,
Window Shade, Pictures, Etc , will bear your most critioal
investigation. Our stook is complete. Our prices right.
Undertakers and Embalmers
JUST A WORD
AS A REMINDER
Our holiday Glassware and Chinaware has begun to arrive and we are in a position now to show
a very complete line.
Come in and see them
Our Heating Stoves are right in
PRICE, KIND, SIZE,
Look them over.
The Golden Rule Company
. . 1308-1310-1312 Adams Avenue
Largest Store Smallest Prices