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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 2, 1904)
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Is our specialty. We know
ness and we make good harness. Call and see tbe kind
we recommend for logging.
the county." We carry everything which should
found in a first class barneys store .
Harness and Saddles ? 1
00a o o
National Bahk;, ,
" Capital Stock fully paid
Liability of Shareholders'
We do a general banking, and exchange business.
rafts 8b jffiji lf rtern ao forefep b"a
JOSEPH PALMER, President
onaaana dddqqddd d o d
A Store With
business has increased FIVE FOLD. In other words
our business has made a great deal more rapid increase
than the town has. There are dowsT of reasons for bis
all of which you will perqelfeU yu'begin bpTmgXoJrug'
store goods of us. In the lirst. place we had a thorough
training for pharmacy. In the Beeond place we had ex-
ceptional opportunities fo; learjuugbejpractica syiepf.
5 s pharmacy in a successful JU.ftr4 of fhe high, est stfcnd
a ing. la the third place we have kept bur eyes pen' and
a attended to business until we know the deraamda el the
B people of this town.
Prescription Pruggi ,
16 SECOND HAND HEATERS
. 75c to
Some are but
Three fina coal burners at a bargain,
Fine Guitar, new, only . . $7.50
Eight Winchester rifles $2.60 to 9.00
Iron Beds . . 1.00 to ' 2M --'
jNewCbiiw .J . . . .60
i- New Chiffonier . . . . 8.6Q .
New baby buggy and child bed at wholesale cost
i H, B. HAISTEN,
' ' Upholstering .
a We carry Stove Repairs.
:7 , 1
- v j
hp to make , tood bar
q o q'n o o
y?t have been doing busi
ness in this town for 6 years
In that time (the town has
nearly doubled in population
Duriug the same time our
. L tyaadc, Oc
. F. D. HAISTEN,
i a Orande Evening Observer
JET BEOS, Editors ft Pr pi
Entered., at the Post Office at lej
Urande,., Oregon, aa Beeond Class
Published daily excpt Sunday
One tear m advance.. .... .f30
Six months in advance... .3 50
Pit month. . .. .... ;V. . ... .65c
Sinelejcopy...... ......... 6c
FRIDAY EVENING, DEV t04
'Bat worde aie things, and a drop of
ralllDg like dew upon ; a thought,
That wbiob makes thootandi rerhapi
million think" '
. . .1 I-ord Byron
"BeuDty i isreaf'of heart anofloodi
the world, with great affeotion He
only U great of mind who atlra the
worjd with reat thoaghta; He only
la great of will wnvdoea something,, tp
hipe the world, to a. great career.
And he la the greatest ,who :doea -the
most 01 all usee thlsgs, and does them
Think of it Old Kentucky is
actually praying1 for water . -
Of course,, wjith .that, 30,000
' ' r- r, r-
majority, President i Roosevelt
itl fuuuooir' tii'tLw Let:';; bf hi
(iends in old Missouri.t
j 'here's nothihg , Jeft , . but
hope," sighed Marse Henry as
he leaned over- the rail of the
steamer and just fairly let go all
holts. , ,( , :
It is reported that the Presi-
dent has engaged a new boxing
masier. , ,x np previously engage'
genueman is reporjeq as con
valescing slowly but surely;
? The determination of Japan to
expend another $300,900,0,00 ,jn
continuing , the war i ; is not
thoroughly calculated to inspire
the friends of Japan' with ,the
belief that Japan heraelf1 believes
the end is in sight.
STILL THE CRY IS ROBBERY
The- Democracy went before
the American People at he jast
campaign with .theory,! ,that
''Protection ia 5 robbery ofl the
many for the benifit of the few."
ioe people listened to this old
Democratic wail through one of
the quietest Presidential cam
paign in the history of our nati
on, and then recorded their votes
in. overwhelming nifjorUies a
gaiast the .. Democratic party.
But the Democrats by force of
habit continues r to Bend forth
the Jame' sound, in total oblivi-
uouness that when thev declar
prottction-to be robbery they,
so lar as their rant is capable of
so doing, and brands George
Washington,, president, and the
first United Stataa tjongrvas that
ever assembled, as robbers.
The second bill that the first
United States Congress passed
was approved by Washington as
president on July 4to 1789 and
was entitled "An act- for laying
8 dfltj on goods, wares and mer-
chahdise imported into the
United 8tates" The first section
ol this act reads as follows:'
V.Seo 1: Whereas it is necessary
for the support of the' govern
ment, for discharge of the debts
of he United 8ttest tnd .the
euc6uragemeutr and protection
of manufactureres, that duties
be laid on goods, wares and
This act Imposed aTtarift upen
nearly every article imported
iuio the United States and from
that dayjo this there have, been
tariff laws but when the Demo,
cracy was in power they aimed
to. strike ut the protective feat
ure with such effect that during
the operation of Democratic tariff
acts American manufactures
Each letter from a citiien of
this valley to a friend in the east
should contain a mention of the
; great possibilities for invest
ment In this valley. , We have a
g od valley and we need nore
people with money to locate pore.
This valley is capible,6f support
ing many times the number of
people now residing here, and
there" 'is no better way than to
let our friends in! the east know
bout,We .all have friends who
would make valuable 'additions
to pur .population; and we need
Monday night between Army hall
nd 3 W Whites residence black Far
bo Suitable reward tor its return to
thia offioe. i - .
The United . States ; AgricuH'iral
Department has oonetroeted a piece
Ol eomntpa.road near .Walla Walla . as
a model for :tbe road snpervisors to
J4me Abbot Bpeoial agent of tbe
AgribnltDrat Department, deliferad a
lecture at 'Walla Walla on Wednesday
Not. 36 on' good roads and the most
modern way of making them.
pflBoe With J ,T. Williamson. La Grande
Partiea wishlag tbe aerTiees ot a com
petent bookkeeper are Man red satis
factory results. Prioes reasonable
. . DENTIST
OfSce Over Hill Drug: Store)
B(! La GrasdDregoii
W &A CHARLTON
Office at. A. T Hill's Drugstore
la Grande, Oregon . Fhone 1361
Residence phone 701
Malheur County Investment
. For.Investments In
: MALHEUR COUNTY
Wre' to) C. T. McDANIEL
Outario. ......... .Oregon
$40, $48, $52, $55
The' well Bknowo . and
Very handsome styles.
Payments $8.00 down
and $4 a mo&th. Write -us
for particulars. Mail
Orders promptly and
Eilcrs iPiano House
851 WMiQjgton Street,
Large soros also Spokane
and Seattle, Wash., and
EAGLKS La Oniid Airie a T 03K ami
rery Friday Dttht la K ol H hall "t. torn
VUlting brathern InvlUd to ujL .
C O Book well. W F A N jrTUle, W Sse,
rORBSTXR8.0I AM ERICA Oourt lfil
lhrion, Mo it irttcts oob Tunday in Kik '
halU EroUxrl ara InrtUxl to attend.
O JVaadarpool KeeSttt.
I O 0 P La prande todge, No w meet la
mir nan cTan twaraa nuni, Vlaiuuc niom
ben eswtiallj fatted, to attend. "
A. F. 4 A. Hw La Grande Lodge
No. 4L meeta etry 1st nd 3rd 8atnr
dirol eacb month.
A O Williams 8eo,
"r Q D Hnffnaaa W.M.
r EASTERN BTAB Oa Ho)) Chapter No
H maws tha second and founh wtna.i
aacb month at:N0 p m in Hasoair Templit
Maiy A Warntck, ieo
irKTroiUTiUMirs , Coaroea B
Boardiag tohool tor roong men bora.
Box 343 IjJnrvershy Park SUOon,
Tbepnblioii hereby notified that
I bave disposed of my feed store to
J. W. White and 1 desire to thank
tbe pnblio generally for their liberal
patronage in the past and that parties
now owing me wilJ please call and set-
tie witn me person an ? or oej -can can
at tha La Grande National Bank who
will receipt for all bills. -11-11 to lt-l
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: La Grande CreameryjPutter
At the Following Well known Dealers
Romi&OtapTes . J . - X Bakerroi. ;
. Rememberevery ound is 'guardQteed i. .
When you'ask for La Qraude Creamery-Butter you
t help a home industry andf thereby help your own
r business. - " ' r i iij
Pasturized sweet Cream and Fresh Buttermilk
always on hand. . -
La Giand: Creamery Co
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BLOCKL AND-PHOS.' I
IslandiCityv Oregon i
i Breeders of BERKSHIRE aud POLANDCHINA!
We'now' have eight youngbucks, pure bred, Cots
wold' and shropshires, ready for service, anyone need."
ing choice bucks, should see these to appreciate them
Young stoek,aj ways on - hand, and Always glad to,
have yotf call'ah'd see ouV hogs; as we breed' therri for
the Farmer, and ask you to compare our paices before
buying some where else."' ,
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How dear to my heart la the old-fasbioned washboard
J That mother need to wash on when I was a boy, J - !
With its Eiac-covered ridges the sads nat to play in
And soap babbles gamboled to ii-y ohildlsh Joy.
J Ofttlmea have I watched bar when wearing her knncklea. -
.As over the ridgea onr dads ahe woold rnb, j' ' ,
I ne'er will forget how she solashed and she elatherep" -
J The old fashioned wash board that stood in tha tab.
. CHORUS ' :
The old fashioned washboard;
J The alao-oorered washboard;
. The back-breaking washboard that stood in the tab.
Some folks always kiok about up-to-date laaddrias,
And eay they wear oat their clothes every day; '
J Bat give them to me, so I will have a hot dinner .
At home, with the smell of the soap suda away."
J know that the washing machine is raaoh easier
3 .' On all of onr ctothea thaa to take them and rab ' .,
TU1 tbe buttons ant boeomt are toet aari word out; is .
By the old-fashioned washboard that stood In the tabr -: --i ; . . '
We are not the old fashioned kind.
fA E C LAUNDRY
Chain Wood by the Cord
128 cubic feet to the cord." 16-inch dry chain
wood $3 per cord. This is cheaper than by the Uoad.l
You pay for what you get and get what ;you pay for. .
Phone 571 if vS. TISI-Sy'"
notary ruoiio , x ; -. insurance
Money to Loari 1
Representing the Equitable Savipgs A.Loan , Asso-,-
flfttifin of PnrtlnrirlDr i hn'otrAnrrfia , a foot Cr' JLki-
1 w-., vwv.WMWi., D(MV9 ,M. VUVO
reliable institution on the Pacific coa&t, under State
supervision. Loans made shortlr long time to suitr
,: ' ; ' WM. GRANT, Agent
City property for sale,... , ,:
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OicPauixi i...... President i. M7 Berry, i.M.f3hur4h
LlLBsmar Vice President A.B.Couley,Geo.L. Clea.
J. M.ChtjbCh. Cashier ver, Geo. Palmer '
P.L. yiTXM and Geo L Cleaver Asst. Cashiers
La Grande National. B nk
'; ' La, Grande, Qreroa j .
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, $72,000.00
TraBsaets a general braking knslaess. Boys at slls exchani, a
s.. . . vi uiv wuria.
Notlc is hereby slTen to whom it our eon
eero that tbr eama to my plaM about July
Ut, law, two m Ilea north or thirty on rl.ia
Kll lu (ollowios deaorlbed MluuU. On dark
brown heifer, part Jeraey, coming two yeas
old, without vlulbta brands or m marka,
ftaid animai baa bean taken op by tn and la
ow with roy eattleon tha Draper plaoaahoot
4 mile northeast of bland City, and owwr
ean he nuna by prevlnil property and .
las otiarfea. tU BUHK, .
Home in Old Town, La Granda, OrftjOO.
- Datod this 7U day ofNofamber, IM, J
this east aa4 T Weekly
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uouecoons a specialty. '
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