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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 17, 1905)
MY ANNUAL BARGAIN SALE IS NOW IN PROGRESS
I have made an inventory MARK DOWN in prices all aloug the line of Men's, Boys', Youths', Women's, Missel aid Children's Shoes,
THERE ARE BARGAINS FOR ALL A'l my stock ii new and up-to-date It will pay yon to call and see what values I have to offer, ... . :
Men's box calf, vici kid and
patent colt, welt sole, regular
price 15, Inventory price
'Men's "box calf, vici kid, velour
. calf- and. kangaroo, -welt -sole,
regular price 3J0, Inventory
price ' ' v r"'
$2.65 SnJ $25
J have many cheap grades 1
, work shoes tbat ran from
$1.50 to $250
Boys' and .Youths' Shoes from
J iadjs"pate&t kidV regular $4.63
., and 4.00 h.pes, Inventory price
$3.00 and $3.25
Ladies' fine vici kid, latest style,
welt and turn sole, regular $150
shoes, Inventory price
$2.75 and $3.00
Ladies kid shoe, welt and turn
'sole, $3.00 - shoe; Inventory
v $2.00 and S2.25
Ladies' $2 60 and $2.25 kid shoe
. Inventory price
1.85 to $2.00
Children'sshoes ' j-
. 50c to $1.00 .
T H ', E Q. LJ-A L I T Y S' H O E STORE,
;T. M. Stubblefield, Proprietor
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M Grande Evening Observer
' tET BR08., ' Editors Pr pi
Entered, at 4thewiPwti.Offlo4ftt.La
Grande, Oregon, as Beoond Clan
Published dailv excint ftiin
The fall sown grain is report
ed to be in ' splendid condition
by parties who have recently
driven over the valley. "
very Hat now
T T 1 ,ir
in and -Secure a Genume, Bargain
Perfumes, Toilet Soaps . and Powders
Switches, ' Pompadours and Bangs
Novelties Ribbons, and Handkerchiefs
MRS. J. R. FORREST,
One vear in advanca . ... . 1 M Kfi
Six months in advance.. '..'3 50
Vt month. . ... J . ...65c
Single copy . . .......... . .'. .6c
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The Monthly Summary Com
merce and finance of the . U. S
for the month of November
1904 issned by the Department
o Commerce. Vn A Labor . .for
November 1904 reached the Ob
server on Saturday the 14th di
rect from Washington.
Tbis is an official statement of
the internal and fOfeJeh trade
of the U'S for the month s and
also gives the Commerce of the
principle nations measured by
dollars for Jbe years 1903-4. ' Il
is a quarto of the 288 pases.
monthly filled with figures show
The Big Line is at
HItIS, i STORE
n A. T, HILL, Prescription Druggist
a a a bafra a tfb'tfti a'au n n'h a a dii
.Farmers and Traders
. Capital 'Slock fully paid $ 60,000
-8urplus fund - 13.000
I Liability of Shareholders . 60000
Responsibility: w. . . 133,000
&d a general banking and exchange business,
Ifrafts bought and sold on eartern and foreign banks.
JOSEPH PALMER, President ..
J. W.SCRIBER, Cashier
The State Labor Bureau ere
dits Union county with being
third in the1 state in the ,! num-i
w v W A t(Mt(VJ VV4I 4au 4V UW
a small honer. ' ' 7
Qaite a number of farmers in
tha valley are using coal. It is
as cheap as wood if not cheaper
for many and is much easier to
get..,., ... . .
The Observer has - been the
recipient of many compliments
upon the excellent telegraph
service furnished and enterprise
to be furnished during 1905.
On last nights train ten large
cans of cream was . received by
the La Qrande Creameiy from
North Powder. The dairy in
dustry of this county is increas
ing rapidly due very largely to
the persistent energy of Mr Har
per of the La Qrande Creamery.
A sawmill man of .Elgin
Everything you want want for that
Is AwaitingjYour Order at
. ,t Q- RALSTON'S
NEBRASKA GROCERY STORE
,v Cor. Fir and Jefferson Sts.
' OUR BPECIALTY
Full LinePerferred Stock"
i 'A C Oannea" Goods. 1
Good School Shoes
trade Of our people:; and - while "P"8 hrough the city, last
not tascinaung reading for por
tions, the information therein
Ia o b q n d o o d o o n n
J -!::-,; tui i. I '" vutt i- ..
j OrncKRHt -1 f DlKSCTORr " ' "
Oo. Palmar. PNildcnt F. 1L Brrklt (mLClaw
J. K, Charoh. Vkw PratldMit. J. If. Berry Frd J. Holmet
P.LvH7an,0wUlr., J. M.Obarott , J,bMm .
GvL.ClaTarMid A. B. Coolc; Ck Palmar
W. I BrwaholU, Aj. Ctthltrs.
La Grand, Orvgoo
TraattoU t rmnl talking bo.lneaW y 4 Mia sobana oa
given is valuable. To illustrate
supppse you wish to . know the
number of cattle imported by
turning to page 1759 it will be
seen that in the. month of Nov
ember 1904 we imported 1726
head o! cattle of the yaluebf f 23
and for the eleven . months
ending with Nov. our imports
of cattle amounted to 13.44S
head valued at $271,144. . .
(Thin by turning to page 1777
it will be peeu that in the month
of November 1904, we - exported
39,509 head of cattley valued, at
$2,9,8G7 and for the eleven
months ending with November
1904 we. exported 557,812 head
of cattleJo the value of $37,904.
408. Similar information run
bgathered about any other articles.
,nTb8 O R & N pay checks are
here and one twelfth of the an-
uJ?LcroP3 of $300,000 is being
Every council for the past
three j years has favored the
building of one or two stone
crosswalks as an exDeriment
nevertheless we have never
made the experiment.
Attorney General Moody in
tends to pay a visit to the Chi
cago stockyards. But the com
biners. ish it distinctly under
stood that it js .not s became of
any inviiauoa extended to him."
The beet sugar industry is in
a most encouraging condition
the season of '1905 showinp
great improvement over . the
past seyeral years. Agricultur
ists are,, smiling 'and ' happy
ichigan Sugar Beet.
night enroute to' Baker ' City : to
get a casting made. When Mr
Fitzgerald gets his foantry star I
ed in this city all this work' will
not be sent out of. the county. 1
' We manufacture ' Batter 1
horn sweet cream.' Our
butter is full weight and.
guaranteed. Leare orders'
at J. D. McKennon'a
S Summerrille Creamery Ass'n
1 ' NoUceofStooklkoldar'tMaehDg.
Notioall hereby Una that then mi h
nuetins of the atoolc holdan of tha r.r.nA.
CimaMroial Glkb Buildtut Aaaoaliulon on Th nr.
Uvnia. Kebcvir 9th. IuftV m h. hnu. i
8 odoflk, (or the parpoM of .lactinz bfflaar. to.
wa .oiuiux year, ana lor tha transaction of
auco outer Daiuieaa a my come bafor th.
maaUag. - Wiu. MILLER. Vioe Prealdent
A Surprise Party
A blaaaaat aamriaa n.i m.-
given to yoar stomach aQd liver, by
taklnv a madinin ahi. :1l
tbeir pata sad dicoin(orL . viit Dr
juag-snew Ldto PHI. "Ther are a
moat wonderf al remedy affording sure
relief and curu (or haadanhn. hiu...
' Notice to the patrons of La Grande Light aud Power Co.
h That on and after January 1st wewiillnstall a day
circuit in this city and take this -means' 'of hotifying our
' patrons. Any changes to be made in lights which can riot
I be turned off during therday should be arranged as soonas'
i possible. Those desiring power can .confer, with. us. at-any-
time regarding prices of motors," rates, eto. We have motore
! priced as follows, fo. b. San Francisco.
i b. p. $ 37 75 5 h. p. ..... . . .$192 00
i hp .........44 60. 10 h p ........ 279 76
1 h p ........ 95 50 ; 15 h p ... . . . . . 367 70
2 hp .'10415 20 hp 452 50
8 h p . . . . .v 128 85 30 h p . . i . ; . . 665 65 : '
To this price must be added freight from San Francisco to
La Grande. ' . .
$ hp 3 phase
' 2 hp
i form K
. form K
, i hp single phase
-950 lb i
form K ., , 1430 lbs
formK '2315 lbs
formK "2980 lbs
For information call at office of
- 225 lbs
- 270 lbs
' 275 lbs
' 63d lbs
LA GRANDE "LIGHT AND POWER CO.
iWHEN YOUR MEAT OMES
borne from oar plaoe yoa know It U
going to be good. Jo can order from
as and get Just as fcood maat aa If ffnn
eeleoted lt Toarafltt." We don't hare
any.trouble in picking it oat tor joa.
For we keep only
That's the very beet: It's eaar la oloV
out good meat when there ia no other
kind In the store. So eend along joor
order. It will be Oiled DromDUr'and
Chain wood by the Cord
i 128 cubic feet to the cord. 16-inch dry chain
Wood $3 per cord. This is cheaper than by the load
You pay for' what you get and get what you pay for. '
H. W. NIBLEY :
When yioti want
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PHONE j x85i "
A. B. C. Steam Laundry
La Grande, Oregon "
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