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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View This Issue
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ROMIG & STAPLES
A full and complete line of Btaple and fancy gro
ceries. Fancy canned and tanch goods; Tinware,
granite ware and wooden ware.
Fmits and vegetables in season. Bakery prodncts
always fresh. Good service and quick delivery.
Phone 431 ;
The Dry Land Alfalfa grows without irri
' ' gation. C
RedlClover, AlfaJa and all kinds of
Garden Seed in buik ,
Seed Wheat, Paled
Barley, Oats, Etc
The only Seed House
A. V. Oliver
WHAT SOME PEOPLE IN AND
OUT OF TOWN ARE
"Tb Little Latent" will be ths
next attraction at the Opera Hoaae
To make your Thanksgiving aa you would wish
be you must have the very best to secure the best re
sults. We have everything you desire, such as maple
syrup, raisins, a full line of Ileizena goods, the bes of
extracts, mince meat, new crop of nuts, eour Kraut,
pickles, cheese and everything you need. Call and
inspect our goods.
NEBRASKA GROCERY STORE
' Cor. Fir and Jefferson Sis.
Stellwell & Vandermuelen, Proprietors.
WHOLESALE - AND!- RETAIL BUTCHEPS.
Highest market price paid for all kinds of butchere
stock Hides, pelts and furs. . Also chickens & poultry.
Oar meat market! are rerj progress
ive. The Eastern Extra Select BalU
mora Gutter ia among us as can readily
be aeea by a visit to any of oar bops.
Try a Quart tney are the finest to be
found In any land.
The quaratlne at F B Carrey's resi
dence on P street was raised today.
likewise at Mr. Geddes residence
This leaves the oity free of diphtheria.
W J Lloyd, representing R L Polk
& Co., is in the oity gathering data for
the Union. Umatilla and Baker county
Diectory. This directory givea tbe
names of tbe residents of tscb town in
the county, giving tbeir occupation,
profession and business The book
also contains s complete list of all tax
payer with tbe assessed valuation and
DOstofQoe' addresa. Tbe directories
are sold all over the United States and
make an excellent aaveruaiug iuZl
Tom Williams returned to his home
in Eugene last night after spending a
few weeks in this city.
J H Binebart and wife of Summer
ville were in Li Grande yeairHty on
business and pleasure combined.
Tbe members of the 401 01 tb will
ive tbeir netl party Moiday evening
Mrs F K Landis ol Baker City who
was a guest of Mrs J K Wright return
ed to her home last evening,
Mrs Barton of Union was a La
Grande visitor yesterday.
Mrs A P Fisber of Suramerville was
a La Grande visitor yesterday.
Mr G H Grier of Pendleton who has
been in our oity on a short business
visit, returned to Pendleton last even
Elaborate preparations are being
made by he members of tie Mormon
chnroh for tbe big reoltal next Sunday
at tbe church by members of the Baker
City and La Grande choirs
Mrs Nl hols of Union visited friends
fn La Graude the early part of the
Miss Julia Hatch, one of tbe Bel
missionaries of the .Presbyteii
Ohunh, is in tbe city on a visit a
Isagutst at the home of Mr Wn
Mr T Nibley left this morn
ing for a visit to Hiker City on boai.
Mr H P Lewie, tbe Insurance man
was at Kamela yesterday and paid to
Mrs Mary Swauger, the mother of
Seymour Swaager, deceased, the sum
of $1517. on an insurance policy of 81000
he balanoe of $517 being doe aa a mor
Mr Chas Cochran, the lawyer from
Union, is in the oity today.
Mr W F Baliebary, who has been in
tbe oity for several davs in the i terest
of tbe Taooma Ledger left last evening
for a trin to Portland.
This isjthe first day ol winter. Cat
notch In yoar memory stick so that
next year you can re call what kind ol
a day tbe winter of 1004 begun with.
Von can note that at La Grande, hal '
way from the equator to the north
Pole and a mile and a half from sea
level, the thermometer at noon indicat
ed 45 degnes above zero, Fa renheit;
thai it was a day of clouds and ann
bursts with now and then pollets of
snow danclnti a brief . life away on the
Tbe Ladies of tbe Kaffee Klatch end
and tbeir haabaada and gentleman
friends will be entertained Friday wo
lag Deo. 2 by Mr and Mrs J M Berry
and Dr aad Mrs M K Ball at the home
of the farmer
Mr and Mrs John Peebler a d
grand daughter Mies Nellie Leap left
this morning for a ten days viait to
Walla Walla and WaiUbnrg.
Mrs Henry Peebler ia visiting friends
Tbe Pendleton High 8chool foot
ball team baa closed the season with
a aeries of (victories and no defeats.
Joan Hopper is visiting" relativea In
Win Grant baa moved Lis office ia
with Jeweler Jaa B Smith.
K J Morton ia over from Union.
Mrs Julia Hatch Field Missionary
of tbe Presbyterian Church is a gaeet
of Mr and Mra Wm Grant,
Noodles served day and night at
Hop Lees Noodle Bestrutant in the
Grandy building. .'
We have a lot of these frames left which we touk
from an agent on a loan. All of these' frames ace
the very best gilded frames and regular size ' for en
larged pictures, 16X20 with French glass. We
will close them out at $1.50 each while they last
Ton cant fool all tbe people all
the time bat you can certainly please
all tbe people most of tbe time if
yoo keep at it and that is what I ' am
doing in "A Little Outcast" ssys
Manager E J Carpenter. That Mr
Carpenter's theory Js true was demon-
ttcd fcy t? of Ms product
ion whloh baa been the biggeat money
maker out for the past two seasons
and that he means to keep op tbe
standard of excellence is evident from
the elaborate production whloh he has
sent out this year and iwblch will be
seen at tba Stwari Opera next Tues
day Lec 6, Tbe scenery and oast excel
anything in its class on tbe road.
The La Grancfe Pawnbrokers
Corner Fir and Adams
' Remember we still bur audi sell all kinds
el Second Hand Goods, Phone 1531
160 note payable to.Q T Williams, on
streets of La Grande, waa in large yel
low envelop. All parties are caution,
ed against baying same. Finder will
teturn to this offloe.
LOST In business part of La Grand
small button hole watch. Finder
please return to Loy'a Confectioary
store. Be ward. ' 2t
. In these days of the increasing
nee of e!ectrioity the danger
ofjiaving yoar watch magne
tized ia greater than in tbe past.
I am In shape to demagnetize,
voor watch right away and put
it in as good shape as when it
left the factory. There ia no
necessity of running tbe risk of
having yoar watch lost or
broken sending it away when
- you can get it mad aa good as
. new at home by a praotioie
workman at a low coat.
J, (I, Peare, the Jeweler
Read The Daily Observer
i ON NEW YEAR'S EVE
.Will Give Away a
i . a chance with every
W ANY STM iHl Cl gjj
s . m
Winter Footwear For
Men Women and
To meet the changing
reasons and supply the
demand for winter
shoes we have . placed
in stock complete Hues
selected from leading
T M STUBBLEFIELD
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 foi men
women and children
are honest made., and
give honest wear , The
prices we charge are
not too cheap to yield
us a profit but right
and. reasonable for
honest values We so
licit your closest in
spection. Proprietor of the "
is always looked forward to with ex
pectancy. What more lusoious than
a plate of Blue Points on tbe shell, or
a stew, or a fry , or broiled,
VSrEtf, OYSTERS. OYSTERS
any way you want, is the way we
serve them. Oysters we keep are the
beet in the land and all have a good
pedigree. If you want to give an
oyster party, onr restaurant is the
place t bfing them to. ' We hope to
see you many times during oyster
J. A. ARBUOKLE, Prop.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
We sell weekly Meal ,
Quality Shoe Store
lS)SS)S)S) ) Sl
We are now showing the most complete line of furniture
ever displayed in this county A visit to our establishment
will rep y you for here are to be found the latest in art and
comfort. A few HOLIDAY SUGGESTIONS:
Rockers from $2 to I67.6C, Morris, chairs $12 to $26, Iron
beds $3 to $23, Dining tables, Center tibler, all prices,
Chafiiners 10 to 85 dollars, Bed room suits, beauties from
18 to 65 dollars, Folding beds, Lounges, Hall trees, Bugs
Art Squares, Portier curtains, pictures, etc
The above is only a suggestion and comprise the latest
creations. Come and look
Residence Phone 367
1202 Adams Ave
JUST A WORD
AS A REMINDER
Our holiday Glassware and Chinaware has begun to arrive and we are in a position now to show X
a very complete line.
paid on account or purchase
Gents' Furnisher and Tailor. "
Come in and see them
Our Heating Stoves are .right in
PRICE, KIND, SIZE,
Look them over.
The Golden Rule Company
1308-1310-1812 Adams Avenue
Largest Store Smallest Prices
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