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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 21, 1905)
Work now irv Progress
Everything you want want for that
Grande Roiide Eiimber Co. g
PERRY OREGON. ' ' ' 0
on New foundry
is "Awa&irfVour Qidail
NEBRASKA GROCERY STORE
OUR BPEOULT Y, ,
Fall line "Perferred Stock"
n. ...... 4 n 4. '
i vuunu uuuud
ooo vOooooooooooooooo oooiooo
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I Chain wood by the Cord
28 cubic feet to the cord. 16-inch dry chain
wood 13 per cord. ehejpetjhaa by the load.
You pay for what yoo get and get what you pay for.
the Best t
A. B. G, Steathr-Lauiidry
La Grande. Oregon.
i ! XITOJIRIff :OPEI?F -house
H. STEWARD, Mar.
In a repertoire of high
THE BEAUTIFUL MELODRAMA
k "For Love
E PRICES SScSSc and 50o.
Largest Brewing Plant In Eastern Oregon
LA GRANDE BEER IS MADE JJUGW
Iand should haVeTthh S5ctrenck i
'I'.T , -r j
b SQQC3, v
Good School Shoes
H. W. NIBLEY
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JAN. 1 9,
.Stogk ,(9. 1
class and popular pi ye
and Honor j
Seata on jsaje at jwuali pJace.
Beer m pX-VaelOaS
J .1 :
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That I Grands is assured ol a nir
china shop and foundry is now beyond
question. Mr. Fitsgerald yesterday oon-
AieztBder wbereby heiacoeeda lobU
btnets bh b wifl continue with
bbplher enterpriM. Tbia mdnilox be
bad a loroe of men at work on new
balldlpp, ,Tbe tpreMnt bleoksmitb
Dop will be extended twenty feel and
aloo' on tbe aouta aide a new badding
fort two by on hundred will be bail!
fail at toon aa the material aan be ae-
oured. " '-.
Mr. iTiUgeralA expect to he." hi
work her advaneed to mob aa extent
that he can return to Day tod in about
one weekwhen he will ahlD hla orea-
n't pianl and mbV hire with bit lam-
LADD 'CANYON .
- : UTERARY
Thaiidi aaiW, Llteiary Society
met an and rendered h follow
ing program to a large audleno, .; "
The queation foe , debase waa , Ee
aolred that their U more pleaaur' la
puriulthaj poejeeetlon." .The apeak,
era on jilxojaiir were Ura. Oouch,
Mr. Carrey and, Mr. Bradeu. Thoa
on the nagaQT Mra? Braden, . W O
Sherwood and Mra, Klefar. The quea
tlon wu decided la favor of the aulrm.
After a short recess a very interact
ing program was rendered which was
as follows; iJiit ; .
Maalo Jennie Sherwood
BsolUUon .KaU Braden
Song.'., i i . : .Lucy MoClure
Beoiution.. ......Etnel Graham
Song. . . . . i . ; . . lorenos MoAlaatera
Keortatloa . Mrs. Keif er
Maalo. .Eddl and Florence MeMasieri
Beojtatiou. . . 'J'.. .Verdi' Graham
BsoitatW Pearl Parker
Beoltatlon ...Maud Ban ton
Soiig;..;;'.Hlldred and Carl Peterson
Beoltaiion1...:.. Mary Ban ton
Dialogue, The Black Statu"
Beading ......... .... Mrsv raden
J After whloh the meeting adjourned
antllmxt wdnedayrenlng. r
ThOeteopathlo physloiao la a na-tare-student.
H learns the normal
ip order to reoognlze tbe abnormal. He
a s mechanic and seeks to reator the
normal when he finds the machine ont
q( order. He is a ohemiat, recognising
tbeobemioal compoaltloa of the body
and of the ecsential elements taken In
V .the body to raatore the actual
wsst. He learns the vain in these
elements anclbow and when . they can
be appropriated by the body to replen
lab tb- waat. - '
That which haa proved ltaelf to be
helpful In coring and preventing dl
seas is entitled to ioveatUation and
! no pot. 1 Justified, in remaining In , ig
, noranoeof it whenJia . may . be , 'called
.noon, so nqmeat. fo asalat in relieving
dUtress or'preaerviDg life. ,
'' kiss Delia Childera who baa been
in Pendleton for tome time, returned
to lja Grande laat seveniog k and will
piak her home with her paren t,Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Childera.
.'.1 i- 'if! r .
LOST A pair of ; whit glore be
tweeu tb Opera" Bona and Cor 2nii
and Adams, A. ve. Finder will pleas
return to this ottlo.
ADUlHiaXBATOR'S NOTICE 09 FINAL
.... gJCTTUtMENX, .
Kotiee iahenby that the nndrnd,
adaUnutratoratthafiaUof AM-. A. Wood,
dwitand. haa tied in the County COVrtor Udwd
Oouur.auto( 0i8ea bis aiwLaocoaal
nloiradmiiiUtratpr of Ml ml u aad mat Joo
(UyItf 8U4J of rcbrkaqr M06 at boar ot
tiro o'clock p. m. hu beta fid by laid Court
port and tb attUCM t thateot
Dated Jaaaary i. UO .
VAdatlaitnatrr of the Kttate f Aagle
Brick furnished in any
quanity or any style. No
contract too s as all or too
large. See samples of our
pressed brick . t
La Grande, Oregon.
By tbe middle of February Mr. Fits
gerald will haw ererythJng in read-'
ineea to make eaatinga, teqair all ktnda J
of machinery, and do a general blaok
amitb buUneea. He for a number of
yean baa manufactured ths Fitigerald
roller feed mill wbioh can be run with
any power and h will continue their
manufacture here. - ,
By noting tbe want oolumni you
will find that he la W the market tor
oaat iron wbioh haa heretofore been
eaataway or ahipped to Portland.
" That the La Oraude Iron v Worka
will prove auooeu goea without any
in. Here ia the central point lor a
large territory that auoh an industry
oaadraw from not only tbia oounty
but alao Wallowa.
,' JOur attention haviDK been, called
to an artlole In the lln Recorder of
January 13th, 1905, "attached to and
made apparently a part of the report ot
this bank, the article referred to may
be misunderstood by some and do an
in jostle t6 Mr. J W Scribe and,
through him; the Farmers & Traders
National Bank, of La Grande, we wish
omake this statement t '
From the time ot the organization
of the Firat Bank ot Elgin in 1899 Mr.
J W Soriber took an aotive interest in
its welfare and waa always counseling
snob management aa was (or tne bank's
beat Intercut and prosperity as well as
the ( prosperity of this community.
When tb First. National Bauk of El
gin luoocsded to the . business of tbe
State Bank it waa largely through his
assistance and counsel that the plan
was perfected. , . ;
It waa intended to re-elect Mr.
Scrlber as one of oar directors at the
annual meeting, January 10th, 1905,
but at his personal request and desire
to have the First National Bank of El
gin owned, controlled and managed by
persons living in Elgin and the im
mediate Ticinity, he was left off the
board ct directora Ilia oounsel has
always been wise and Juntand It was
with regret that we accepted hla resign
' For the reason' of the former artiol
we would ask that thia be published
In tbe Elgin Recorder in the next
FIRST NATIONAL BANK Off FLGIN
By J A Mssterson, '
( DBommer, .
DBliendricks, . , 5
J B Thonon,
OA Galloway, ;
To Form New Cabinet
(ByScrlpp News Association) .
Paris Jan 1 il Maurice Rovler,
former Premier and Minister ot Fi
nance, in retiring has adopted tbe task
of forming a new cabinet.
Large Pay Roll
By Borlpps News Association '
Sasremento, Jan. 21.- After one ot
the bitterest patronage fights in the
history ol the legislature, tbe bona
today voted an increase In tbe number
otattacbees, swelling tb dally pay
roll to $300.00 exclusive ot tbe num
ber of the members.
The numerous sawmills ol this sec
tion are busily engaged at present in
putting in tbeir supply of logs for the
summer run' Elgin Recorder.
Forcecl To Starve
BJF Leek, ofJoncord, says; "For
years I suffered agonies, with a sore
oa my upper Up, so painful some-
times that I could not est, After
vainly trying everything else I cared
it, with Backlsn's Arnlo Salve." It's
great for barns, cats and wounds. At
ths Newlln drag store Only 25a
, Cured Paralysis
W 8 Bally, P O True, Texas, write
-Mf wite had been suffering flv
yean with paralysis ln.her arm when
I was persuaded to use Ballards Snow
Liniment whloh cured her all right.
I bar also used It for old sores frost
bites and skin eruptions. It does the
work." 25o 60o Sl.OO-Newhn Drug
, . . Commercial
Uruversity 'm.dr Grn;;
Boarding school tor younj men X boys.
Box 34S University Park Station,
Portland " Oregon
Grande Ronde Lumber Co. g
.. PERRY. OREGON. C - ; P)
S Oregon Produce Co I
Goraer Jefferson Avenue aal Greenwood Streets. 3
Will Pay Highest Gash I1 1
Price lor-" .Marketable
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Oa ' all' cash- purchases of
11.00 or over; complete stock
of meats poultry, lard, 'our
own cured breakfaat bacon
and hams a specialty.
We pay the highest market
price for hides, pelts, aud furs
We manufacture Butter
fiom swoet cream. Our
butter is full weight aud
guaranteed. Leave orders
at J. D. McKeunou'u
SSum air irille Creaoiiry Ass'a 5
W Um aodmiuod legal votsn anil rMldoms
t th tectuct at Uiltjwd, Union County, Ore
gon, hereby ' respectfiitl , peUtioa yoor Hon.
Court to grant to HoIVoriou & McKarlod
Ucenti to sell spirituous, iuult or rluous liquors
or fermented cider, coiuinoaly known as hard
older, In lusqiuntit let ttun one gallon In the
town of Uilgard, lathe pteolnot of Ullgard la
Uuiua County, Oregon, fat a period of sis moutlu
oommenolnf Kebruary 10,
Uttted at Ullgard, Oragon, Ueoomber 10,
W L PrltUxsu
Wm. Ctntreli "
QQarden - '
. a B Beaoousmp
1 D Clue
0 P tlewuaa
1 a aits
" v HA Bndfap
J Uiuud ,
iT Holme ,.
T M Rankltt '
Ca Hamer . ;
- Frank Moore
Fat Luce y
Win. Banks ,
J 8 DlUmaa.
W A Uctrklt
Q U MoUarry .
M C Burchett
Naioe la hereby given that we will an the lt
day ol rtbruary UOS apply to the County
Court of Unioo County, Oregon, at the court
bouse for a I loans to sell iplrUuottt, malt and
vinous liquors and fermented cider commonly
known as hard elder In the town of Ullgard
Union scanty, Oregon, for 'a period of at
months commencing oa or about Ftbruatry 10
an. . holvkusu a a Mct-aia
LA. GRANDE. 1SCHOOL
OFJ kMUSIC '
PROF, DAY. Principle. ..-', -
JIYKS, uai, Aitwant
This is one of the best musical In
stitutions la the stat. Daring the
yir 190 there wer nearly. Four
thousand lessons given. The people
in this city and valley aro" begin
ing to discover tbe great advantage
ot this sohool. The system used is
tha latest aud most practical, and
lnoludes all the latest discoveries
in the art o( teaching moslo. The
school is divided into two depart
ments; No. 1 is for beginners, from
5 years up, and taking la the 1st ta
3rd 'grades, la this department
tmpils.oouie one. hoar every day
In No, 2 tbe grades are from 3 to
15. Here they graduate. Fapili
taae one or.two leesona ta week as
they desire No sobolars will bi
permitted to remain In this school
wto do notutadyA -- -
Full Weight Guaranteed,
Wholesale and Retail deal
ers in .liny, -i Grain, Vege
tables aud Fruits
Carload lota a Specialty
Lawson & Zundell
Olfloe. in Kiipatrics:: Bldg.
Phone No 1113
The Uumond Cure .
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they have dlsoorered a .dlamoud cnr
tor consumption. , If yoa tear consump
tlon or pneumonia, it will, ho vever.
be beat .tor you to take that great rem -dy
.mentioned by Wi T .MoUee, , oj
vanieer, ienn. "i n u a congn, .tor
fourteen years. Nothin helped mo,
until i took Dr King's NewDiooorer
lor Oonsaraptloo OoaghSj and .Ould
whlob gar Instant relief, and .
ed peruuaneut ourd."; kUnqaalll
qolck cure,' for Throat anij lang
Troubles..: At the Me wlla drax store,
prlos 6oo and f 1.00, guaranteed tl
boottle free. . ,
. Absolutely Harmless
The lault of giving cHU irc mH- -cine
containing Injarioui s wktuoen.
Is sometimes more disaatortus tbn
tae .disease, trora which thuj ' ?.a;inr
lag. Kverysaother should k io v tht
Chamberlain's Coath UemJ) is per
fectly sate (or children to' U '-. h
conUina nothing barmfal and tor
coughs, oolda and croup Is ans'urpiusai
tor sale Dy Mewun urag uo.
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