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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 6, 1904)
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' - raade Evening Observer
tT BROS., Editors iPrpi
Entered at the
1 rode, Oregon,
M 1 Matter.
Pott Office t La
aa f-aoond (Claat
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One lira business ma a ia a
growing community is worth a
carload of drones.
Published daily exe-pt Sunday
(rHt ifi advance - 16 60
ix m -cth in advance... .3 60
Vf month 65c
fSiegla copy .v.';' .; .... . ... 5c
f JUETOAY EVENING. DEC. 6 1904
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Having purchased the undertzkinf if nods nf n
': Jlndross$ Co., . at an early date we expect to find.
f. suitable quarters and will oven the mast anm.nl pi. ..
and up-to-date Undertaking Parlors in Eastern
Oregon. In the meantime we are prepared to ii
render the test vossible servum ...-.- lj
ctf the Andross Sr Co.'s Furniture Store. $
We" have ' Had many Viars experience in this f
business and know thdt the public will awreciatA i
the establishment that we mil maintain.
Our prices will be reasonable,, and, our stock
complete: Ml calls will receive prompt attention
GIFFIN & HOGAN.
p a o a a a dqe
Farmers and Traders
, .National Bank.
, Capital Stock folly paid
Surplus fund , .,, ...
Liability of Shareholder!
. , ' 'w. , Responsibility
$ 6d,000 , '
t ! t. J .;
We do a general banking apd exchange, business.,
rafts bought and Bold on eartern and foreign banks.
' . . , . JOSEPH PALMER, President
J. W. SCRIBER, Cashier
a q ana p d h a a a d
A Store With
Wevave been doing husi-'
ness in . thia town for. h . ears ,
In that time the town has
nearly doubled in population
Duriusr the same time our
business has increased FIVE. FOLD. ,In( other words
our business has made a great deal more rapid increase
than the town has. There are dozens of reasoas for tnis
all of. which you wiltperceiretf jrp.u,bgfnbuy):n? ..drug
store goods of us. In the first placf'we had a ithorom-h
training for pharmacy. In the second place we had ex
ceptional opportunities for learning the practical side of
pharmacy in a successful drug store of the highest stand,
mg. Ia the third place we have kept our eyes epen and
attended to Cosiness until we know the deouuads ef ' the
people of this town.
A. T. HILL,
A al si si al si att tQ Bi A aM aM sLa JB
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16 SECOND "HAND HEATCRS
; 75c to $5.66
Some are but slightly used.
LONGF.VITY tN THE U;' $. "'.
The item clipped'' from: an
eastera paper concernip g n-
gro woman 134 . years old. turaad
attention to the U. S. Census
Reports, jfor , 1900 'wherein Is a
table giving ages of . the aggre
gate population of the Uhited
States classified by sex,''' general
nativity and, color )o pic" opt
of a total population of all Ages
of 76,303.387 there were 3,536
that wrV 100 jears T( old. and
ovtr, These figures .show that
for every 100,000 persons in the
United jute's in " 1900 there
were 4.76 who were 100 years
, Clarified by eexe there wer
in 1990 ai d 37,244,145 females
Uftne males. 1.289 .were 100
yeara old aud over' The above
figures show that 3 30 men in
every 100,000 were 100 years
01a ana over, ana or tne women
04 were ,100 . years old and
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Classified ky uationality, of
the total population in the Uni
ted States in 1900 oi 7603,387
the native bore numbered 65,
843,302 or a fraction over 86 per
Of the native born 3117 were
100 years eld or over 1 showing
tuat of a total of 65.843.302 iak-
tye yojrp , 4.73 ware, 100 years
old and over in every 1000,000
' Of the total native born 33,
829;30.were males, of whom
1,098 were 100 years old and
over, being 3.23 persons to every
iw,wu muve oorn mates vrqo
were 100 years and over in
There were 82,514,172 na
tive orn females iif the 'Uhite'i
omujs id itfuu, 01 wnom z,uiv
were 100 ' years old - and over,
showing that in every 100,000
native born females 5.26 have
reached a .undred years or
over in 1900.
Pfthe 19,460,085 persons of
joreigu. births 10 the; United
otaiesin ivvi mere wer41V
100 years old and over, being a
small "fraction over 4 to the
Of vhe foreign born 5,430.112
were males, of whom 197 were
100 years' old and over in 1900.
showing that in : ejerjr 100,000
foreign.born malea.8.29 were
100 oears old and over.
A iThere .were 4,392,221 male
pegroest in the Uniied; States'pf
whom 886 .were 100 years old
and over, being'20.17 to every
Furniture for Sale
Oompleta boasa keeping outfit will
I s sold eaeap If Mid at once.
J C Ardrey.
tIJ , Cor. Adams A t. k Cdar 8t.
Tha poblio i hereby notified that
I bsTe dwpoaed of my feed store to
J W. White and 1 desire to thank
the public generally for her I brral
patronage in the put and tbal prie
now owing we wi'tf pleecli sad Mt
tie with a pronalh or the? cud flll
at th LOrnde 5tjon-1 Bnk who
will receipt for all bill. 1111 o IS 1
Nottc U hereby flvea bwm''"J'
com tht thrt rmm to my pUejboul July
bow with my caUleoo tb Drupnr pi-uahont
bar miiM oy priu, v
own heifer, purl Jamey.opialiU two Jft
i. wltfiout vtalbla brand or mr nrk t
A nlml hu been Ukea op by n id la
u...... i nM Tun. Ia Onnilt, Orecoo.
thla 7 lb oy of Nombor, Hj, .
Monday night between Army ball
nd J TV Whites reiidence' black For
bow Saitable reward (or its return to
this ofBoe. "
'EXPERT ACCOUNTANT t 1
Offloe witu J.T.Wailamaon. La Grande
Parties -wlibuut the serrlees of a com
petent bookkeeper are aas'ued satis
factory rasalta. Prioes reasonable
C. t3. Cauthorti
OCQoo Over Hill Drug Store
1J,J Jv'l' PJn rSrcwnn
l)r.-' A CHARLTON
Office at1 A Ti Hill's Drug Store
La Grande, Oregon ; Phone 1361
-Residence phone 701
You Can Get
La Grande Creamery Butter )
At the Following Well knowa Dealers
Bo'migerlslkple. , 1 1 f Baier Bros.
J. W. White
0. L. Thoin
Remember every pound is guaranteed
When you ask for La Grande Creamery Butter you
help a home industry and thereby heir) your own
, ' Pastnrized sweet Crem and Fresh Buttermilk
always on band ' . .
. Maliieur County Investment.
, -.-For Investments Iu :
Write' to ,0, T. McDANXEL
Outario. . . , . r . T.. . . . . .Oregon
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320 aoras Finely improved farm, 280
acres plow land, 140 acres in ran grain
nsw two Story house 28x23. good barn
aad 3 ffrannriea. 15 sbarea-ia ditch.
UDJy toMies from islana vuv. tlrio
machluerj inoludednly 425.00par
. Alsoo room. house, large barn and
bait blook; pf land.S .blocks from Conrt
Hoaae at SHOO a Snap.
" t , H Ppwers.
.: The Minnesota . Landman, Slater
Blook. tW-U-17 12.18
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, Three fin coal burners at a bargain,
-Firie Guitar, new, only ,..... ,.$70 ,
: Eight Winchester rifles' $2.50 to $9.00 ,
; Iron Beds . . . 1.00 to 12.50
. New.ChaJrs : . . . .60
New baby buggy and child bed at wholesale cost.
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In 1900 there
- TheIwell known and
""pSpular Pacific Queen.
Payments $8.00 down
and $4 a moBth. Write
us for particulrrs. Mail
Orders promptly and
j carefully filled.
Eilcrs Piano House
. 351, Washington Street,
Laige storos also Spokane
and Seattle, c-Wash.,' and
Boise, Idaho. .. ...
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i tnisiiP rnl nl eir'
BLOCKLANl) BROS. -
V;. Island .Ipiiy, Oregoc c..'' I:; -V
Breeders of BERKSHIRE and FOLANDCIIINA .
SWINE. ' :
,' We'now have, eight young",bucks,. pure. bred Optsrui j
wold and shfopshiresTreaTdy for service,' anyone "need-""-
ing choice bucks, should see these to" appreciate them
I Young stock always tn hand, and always glad to",
have you call and see our hogs, as we breed them for
the Farmer, and ask you to compare our paicos before
buying some where else.
'- How dear to my heart Is the old-fashioned washboard . ?
1 kThat mother used to wash on when I was a boy. r " -
n iwi iM.uuc'innww nugoo uin Buua uawi vj piay (O
. Aad soap babbles gamboled to n.y ohildtsM joy: "
J' Ottimes have 1 watched her when wearing hef knuckles.
' ' As oyer the ridges oar dads she woala rub,
I ne'er will forget how she solaahed and the slatherep
z ..The old fashioned wash board that stood in the tab.
The old fashioned washboard 1
Z ! Tna clue-covarml waahbAKVd:
' Tha back-breaking washboard that stood in the tub.
Some folks always kiok about up-to-date laaddri&e,
, . Aad say tbey wear oat their clothes every day; "' s. 1,
2 Bat give them to me, so 1 will have a hot dinner ? )
" -At home, with the smell of the soap auds away. ' ' ' - -
I know that the washing machine is much easier
2 - On all of oar clothes than to take them and rub j
.Till the buttons an 1 bosoms are lost and worn out;
J . - By tbe old-fashioned waahboard that stood in ths tab,
2 We are not the old fashioned kind.
! A:B C LAUNDR Y
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FULLy measure :
E Ciiairi wbocl by, the Corel ;
128 cubic feet to the cord. ' 16-ihchi-dr - chain . !
wood $3?per cord; This ls'cheaDer than by the load. !
You pay for what you get V&d get what you pay for. . !
Phone 571;; 1 H. W. NIBtEY I
vr Friday nlM la K of V h.u .7 .
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BVn vomttna a wan... .
riiKBdiBiiin aisr ja mm m:twt t a f
uioob u .wuuui i,o were ivu
? H B. HASTEN,
F. D. HAISTEN,
We carry. Stove Repairs.
yejaj8 old and over, and that in
every iuu,uuo female negroes in
the United Siatea ia.1900 tiiere
were 37.47 female negroefin
every 100,000 ane hundred years
old and over.
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Uement production in the
United 8tatea inv 1903 amount
ed to 28.451,140 barrels, accord
ing to the United States (?eo-
logical ourvey. ur tnis amount
2097,573 barrels were Port
land cement, 7,030,271 barrels
were natural cement, and .575,
896, barrels were slag cement.
The amount made tn 1903 was
about 1,700,000 barrels more
than in 902, the output of the
41 Ualana Kl.l T
bmeotoiaUr fatted to Wild. ,nim
" I S B Rlnehart N ti
A. K.4 A.Mw-La Grande Lodge
No. 41. meeU every 1st ud 3rd Satur
vLiy of aaeh month..
A G Williams 8eo,
! u ODHuffmsB W.M.
"tJTIR SWAM PlfKM-P K.m .
toe ewy flrn and third ThnnJrt. i .Jj
InOddFeUow boll. VMUnc broih!
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 long time to suit
p. . , WM. GRANT, Agent
City property for sale.
en always nlmm.
wea nail, sorlbe
a. nuDUMOO. J, f.
, viiiii,kl ,. .vommeroial
rruirutMMHwm . - Coaroes
Boarding school tor roan men h. h
Box 348 University ParK Station,
OFFICERS: DIRECTORS: .
V President J. M. Berry, J. M. Ohuivh
J.M.BaaRr Vlos President A.RConley,Geo.L.fJle.
J.M.CHTBCH. Cashier ver.Gao. Palmer
F. LMetus and Geo L Cleaver Asst. Cashiers
TRANDE INATIONAI. K NK
La brands,' Oregon j , I
; , CAPITAL AND SURPLUS. S72.nnn.on .
Transacts a irif iing bastaeas. Boy. 41, itifr .n
-. , wis oi tna worio. - Collections a specialty.
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