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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 19, 1904)
SECOND HAND GOODS
VsL K N T B D
Cash paid for all kinds of second band goods. If yoa
want to sell call us up by pbone. We also have a few
Bed Lounges..... $3 50
Chairs 25c and up
Bed Springs.. 5oc and up
Picture Jr'ma 2oc and up
Bed Boom suits . . loo
16 inch or 4 foot wood
Sofa..... 4 00
Wood Beds.. 60c and up
Il'tng Stoves 1 5o and up
Lamps 25o and up
The La Grancle Pawnbrokers
Corner Fir and Adams
Rememberrwe still tmyland, eU; H kind
of Second Hud Goods. j J J
WHAT SOME PEOPL IN AND
, OUTOFiTOWN ARE
DOING ; - '
T-T f . J
. a. ttfe icuu away
Each in a nice package.
Look at our $ Window, now
A. V. ANDREWS
Furnisher and Tailor. I
TURKESTAN ALFALFA 1
The Dry Land Alfalfa grows without irri
Red Clover, Alfa.fa and ail kinds of
Garden Seed in bulk
Seed Wheat, Bared
Barley, Oats, Etc'
The only Seed House
A. V. Oliver
Mrs W H Fair is down from Kamela
shopping. . - -
The regular dance will be piven by
the Jollity Club tomorrow evening.
Tell your wife not to cook Wednes
day, Take your family to Armory
Misoes Lillian McCell aad Olive
Jones spent Sunday with friends" at
The Huntington, Palmer, Swack
bammer party left Portland Saturday
evening for Oalfurnla.
Register B W Davie of the U S Land
Office left this morning on a short
business visit to Baker City.
Plenty of table room Wednesday
We are preparing to feed the crowd at
Remember the meals served in
Armory Hall by Ladies of Centrsl
Church of Christ Wednesday Deo 21
John Williamson who has been con
fined to her home for several days
with qainiey is reported maoh lm
There will be a. regular meeting of
Eastern Oregon Commander No 0 Wed
nesday night all members are earnest
ly ftttt-esMU to be present.
The old saying that there Is no help
for asthmatics, paralytics, and dyspep
tics has become obsolete in this age of
soientlflo advancement, with the birth
Learning that some from the stores
iih dinner earlier than announced,
the ladies who have charge of the
dinner Wednesday are arranging to
begin serving at eleven o'clook. -
Circuit Court oonvenes in this city
Thursday to try the oase of the State
vs Razor chargrd with the murder of
Ben Ross near Elgin this last spring.
There have been number of witnesses
subpoenaed and it is expected the case
will last several days.
The Ladle's Aid Society of the Pres
byterian church will meet at close of
Pastor's Bible Class on Wednesday in
the church instead of on Tuesday
afternoon at home of Mrs Kirk. The
change is made because . of the Tues
day Musioal entertainment.
Mr Frank Alden of Starkey who re'
turned ttcva a visit to the 8t Louis
Fair and other points in tae east last
Thursday was in the city 8aturdsy
evening and returned borne yesterday
Mr Joe Turcott, belter known as
French Joe who has bsen working for
Mr Frank A Hen at Starkey l't yes
terday morning for the Alberta coun
try where he wi l maintain his future
B P BhII of the Covo was in the
city today on bnsioe. He repoit
tl'inctt procpiioin iu h' section of
Editor h u fct'Kley nau uis leu arm
bndly injur. d in the cog wheels ot a
job press Saturday evening. Ills coat
sleeve first caught and drew , bis arm
in While it was quite pai'.ful he con
siders htineeif very fortunate that bis
To make your Thanksgiving aa you would wish it to
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 Hnizeus goods, the best of
extracts, mince meat, new crop of nuts, sour Kraut,
pickles, cheese aud everything you need. Call and
inspect our goods.
NEBRASKA GROCERY STORE
Oor. Fir and Jefferson Sis.
John O Berober O A Kehrhood and
John A Baker of Lewlston are doing
basinets with the United States land
The elty eounoel meets Wednesday
of this wek for the cons duration of
the electrlo light purchase ssked for
by the La Grande water Storage Co.
Toney Bros this week sold seven bead
of Jlne beef steers to Bock k Thomas
of La Grande four head of which aver
aged .nearly fifteen hundred pounds
each. Haines Record.
Mr Miller of Union who is in en
gaged in the stockbuslness is a La
Grande visitor today, He has con
tracted his wool clip for 1905 at 16 cts
per pound which is certainly a gcod
The Ly la Musicale will meet to
morrow alternoon at the Club pallors
The program will bs under tbe direo
tion of Miss Allie Stephens. This will
be an open session end bere will be
a ten cents admission charged
Tbe program is an espeoiall y good
one anl the proceeds will be applied
to tbe purchase of books foi tbe Mu
sioale. The publio Is cordially invit
ed to attend.
Piano 8olo.... Mrs W W Berry
"The Last Smile," H A Wollenbaufsl
Voool Solo. . . . .Mrs ti Laughlin
Guitar Solo.. Mrs A L Richardson
"Lenora Mazurka, Aregalo
Vocal Solo. Mrs J J Can
Glory to Heaven's Eternal King
Piano Trio. ... Mrs Lyle, Misses Mo
Caii and oiepnjns, Xauorede de
Rossine, G 0 Cseway
Vocal Quartette. . . .Mesdames 8teven
Neil, and Forrest, Miss Aldrich
at 2:30 p m ,.
We are now showing the moet complete line of furniture,
ever displayed in this county. A visit to our establishment t
will reD y you for here are to be found tbe latest m art ana
comfort A few HOLIDAYJSUGGESTIONS:
Rockers from $2 to I67.5C, Morris chair 112 to $26, Iron
beds $3 to $23, Dining tables. Center tabler, all prices.
Chafliners 10 to 35 dollars, Bed room suits, ueauties from
16 to 65 dollars. Folaing beds, Lounges, Hall trees, Rugs
Art Squares, Portier curtaios, pictures, etc
The above is only a suggestion and comprise
creations. Come and look
Residence Phone 367
1202 Adams Ave
Stellwell & Vandermuelen, Proprietors.
. WHOLESALE AND - RETAIL BUTCHERS.
Highest market price paid for all kinds of butchers'
stock -Hides, pelts and furs. Also chickens & poultry.
Beginning promptly i
"1 was muoh afflcted with soiatloa"
writes Ed C Nnd, Iowaville Sedgwick !. J
Co Kan, "going" about on crutches , J
and suffering a deal of pain. 1 was !
induced to try Ballard's Snow Liniment
I used three 5 Jo bottles. It is the I
greatest l'niment I ever used, have I
leoommended it to a number of persons j
all express themselves as being bene-1
filed by it, I now walk without orutch
es, able to pefrorm , a great deal of i
light labor on the farm." Newlln
Drug Co. :
For the best and whitest bread use Jer I
sey Cream Flour.
tr t iir i i x i rni
There is no doubt about our line being complete,
up-to-date, and always fresh.
Here are some pleasing things at pleasing prices:
Extra select Desert Yellow Peaches per can 30c
Extra select black TartarianChereies per can 30o
Extra select Cuthbert Raspberries per can 30c
Extra select Blackberries per can 25c
Sugar-loaf grated Pine Apple . . , .per can 30o
Sugar-loaf sliced Pine Apple per can 25o
ROMIG & STAPLES,
Grocery and Bakery. ' Grande.
Dining on Christmas
a a necessary part of the day's festi
ities. To enjoy your dinner to tbe
Eat it Here
Come yourself and bring your friends
with you. There will be everything
ttiat belongs to such a dinner with all
arm was not broken or the muscl. s I the 'flxin's" imaginable. To ssy that
torn. It will U several Jae before H will be perieotly cooked and served
he can dispense with a sling and
liandag,s I)r Diggers Jt biggers dressed
the wound s
'I ; Notice to tbe patrons of La Grande Light aud Power Co.
s ! That on and after January 1st we will install a' day
circuit in this city and take this means of notifying our
Eatrons. Any changes to be made in lights which can not
e turned off during the day should be arranged as soon as
possible. . Those desiring power can confer with us at any
time regarding prices of motors, rates, etc. We have motors
Driced as follows, f. o. b. San Francisco.
i h. p.
1 b p
5h.p. ........1192 00
10 h p 279 75
15 h p 367 70
20 h p ........ 452 60
30 h p 655 65
To this price must be added freight from San Francisco to
La Grande. For information call at office oi
LA GRANDE LIGHT AND POWER CO.
WANTED bawe U file at my
deuce George Ball.
FOB RENT Desirable housekeeping
rooms. Ueorge Ball.
Jersey Cream Patent Flow. Every
sack guaranteed by
Romi g & Staples, Grocers.
is only corroborating what steady pat
rons say of us. Suppose you try and
see how well tbey know ua.
J. A. ARBUCKLE, Prop.
OPEN DAYAND NIOHT
We sell weekly Meal t . -n
In order to make room for large Stock of ladies' and
Children's shoes, I quote the following prices on Men's
and Boy's shoes:
Men's Best Box Calf and Vici Kid, regular $5 for
$3J5 and $4 00
Men's $3.50 and $4 00 Box Calf and Vici Kid
$2.75 and $3.00
Boys' Shoes from $1.00 to $2.00
All lines of men's and boys' shoes reduced in price,
and every pair guaranteed to be from new and up-to-date
Quality Shoe Siqre
T. M. STUBBLEFELD.
Saves you money.
Your shoes repaired in up-to-date Style.
HAV1LAND CHINA DINNER
Rose Decorations .New and Neat. Genuine
Mat Gold Knobs and Handles.
No better ware made, and the price $18.30 for a 50-piece set is within the reach of any one wanting a set 0! dishes
Come in and look over our line of China Ware.
The Golden Rule Company
La rarest Store Smallest Prices?
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