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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 22, 1905)
la coming and 70a will want to change tome of your
old furniture and carpets. Wo are the people 70a
want to fee. We will pay 70a cash for your goods'
and 70a can bay new. We will trade anything we
bare and we have anything you want in the line of
Furniture, Crockery, r Hard
ware, Tinware, Trunks and
The La Grande Pawnbrokers
Comer Fir and Adams , n..
Rsmsmbt W still boy aad Mil tip kind - . ' !
f S-cood Hand Goodaji jt 'Phone 1581
20 cents Per Can
3 ror ou cents
GET THE HABIT
Of baying yoar Goal from us t
WE HAVE ' '
Rock Springs and Cumberland j
Ask any of our customers about us ,. t
We are wholesale and retail dealers in
Hay, Grain, Millfeed, Flour, Etc.
I Gra.ide Ronde Cash Company,
Press Lewis Dean Crowe
X Phone 1801 New warehouse on Jefferson Avenue
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INTERNATIONAL POULTRY F00D
LEE'S EGG MAKER
JEFFERSON AVE PHONE 1571.
The kind your mother
used to make. Baked
every day and deliver
ed at yoar home. Why
net buy the best when
it costs no more.
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prompt attention given
We manufacture Batter
5 ficm sweet cream. Our
S batter is fall weight and
guaranteed. Leave orders
at J. D. McKennon's
. iuiaaienrille Creaaery Ass'a
E. C. DAVIS, Proprietor,
Oomplote assortment oftfiu
est marble and granit
always on hand. Estimates
cheerfully furnished upon
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WHAT SOME PEOPL IN AND
OUT OF TOWN ARE
Polk Mays, of Elgin, is among basi
nets TUtton in the city today.
U J Free, a repressntatira of the
Spokeamao-fitTisw, is In ths city on
' Ths publio sohools wera closed to
day in honor of George Washington's
Mrs Georire Hanaon. who has been
down from Telocaaeton a Tisit retatned
Mr Frank Phy, the genial deputy
sheriff, left this forenoon for a short
Tiait to Hot Lake.
Mr. and Mrs. Turner Olirer left this
morning for Sammerrille, where he is
interested In the fiber factory.
. Miss Ai le 8tephens and Mra Carana
will entertain the members of the 1909
Whist Club at the horns of the former
A marriage license was issued by
County Clerk Oilham yesterday to Mr.
Fredalln Dutli and Miss Barbara
Buoher. Mr Dutli is a resident o
Hilgard a ad Miss Bncber came here
recently from Colorado.
Today, Washington's birthday anni
veraarryis a legal holiday in every
state in the Union with lbs exception
of the state of Mississippi, where it is
only observed by exercises iu the
Mrs L Cady left this morning fur
Chard, Washington, where she has re
CelTed the appointment of postmistress
and where shs will also conduct a gro
cery store. Mrs. Cady has many
friends who wish hsr unbounded sno
ots s in her new home.
The Rot Qeo T Ellis, for many years
pastor of the Baptist chnroh at Baker
City, and six years pastor at this place,
who is now stationed at Athena, was
la the oity this morning and left for
Elgin where he will oondaot a series
of special meetings.
Register EW Davis of the United
States Land office has reoeWed advices
from Washington that in addition to
the land already with drawn from en
try on the proposed Heppner forest
reserve a portion of town ship 5 sooth
Range 27 east and a portion of Town
ship 4 South Range 29 east, is also in
the with dravel. . ,
From this time on there will be no
exouM for inquiring who secured for
this city ths handsome publio fountain
as this morning 11 L Alexander is
placing a beautiful metal sign on the
base of the fountain which thoroughly
explains that the fadies of the W C T
U are responsible far this splendid
The L D 8 Cornet Band will give a
publio concert March seventeenth.
The proceeds of the same will be used
to procure nniforms. The band now
oonslsts of twenty aix pieces and others
are expected to enlist. Mr Bramwell
who baa charge of the band states that
the boj s are making rapid strides in
proficiency and will soon be able to
furnish music second to none in the
state. Remember the date of the con
cert, March seventeenth.
A party of mining men are expeoted
to arrive from the east this week to inj
speot some of the mining properties
up Grande Ronde river. Everything
points to a ery motive season In the
Union county mines this year both in
placer aiid In quart 1.
There will be a social dance th!s
evening at the Armory hall under
the direction of Ueers Earl Kiniie
and Wallace Childsre. Good muaie
baa been provided for and a royal good
time is assured all who will attend.
Admission W cents, ladiea free. Come
and have the time of your lives . All
adies and gentlemen are invited.
. The Grand Ronde Eleokric Co. this
morning purchased a lot just east oi
the La Grande Iron worka and will
immediately commence she construc
tion of tnelr sub station or power sta
tion in this oity. Ths bnilding will be
brick 2 by 36 feet and will oosl in
eluding the lot $1600.
Judge Robert Eakin is in Baker
City holding a short session of circuit
court, being an adjourned session 0
the last term to clear the court of se
veral small oases.
Dr P A Charlton tba vetenary was
called yesterday so Bummervills to
look after the wellfare of some of the
bloodnd stock in that neighborhood.
Walter M Pieroe of Pendleton who
is interested in the Hot Lake Sanl
tariutrws spending a few days at that
Mies Nellie Ghomley and Miss Hut
chinson of Union arrived in the oity
ibis morning to attend the Elks ball
Mr R Woodard and wffe of Union
are amoag those in the city who will
attend the ball tonight.
Eugene Cowlea ia among those frcm
Union in the city to attend the Elks
Joseph Barton manager of the Bum
pter Valley Railway was in the city
yesterday on business.
Attorney Chae E Cocbran of Union
ia in the oity an! will remain over for
the Elka annual ball.
Mrs Hyatt of Enterprise, la in th
oity this week taking treatment fro
Dr F E iWoore Osteopath.
Mrs Eflel, from Enterprise, is in the
city this week the guest of Mr and
Mra 8 R Haworth -
Mrs Ivanhoe who is teaching in the
Pendleton High School came over
last evening to spend the holiday
with her husband Attorney F S
Ivanhoe she will return in the morn
W D Nelson, editor of the Haines
Record waa I Grande visitor today.
The food and the cook are what make
or nn make a restaurant. Both must be
good or else those who eat will move
from instead of towards the door.
The Model restaurant has the 000k
an artist in his line and the choic
est food of every description is pro
cared daily. This is prepared in a way
that will tempt the dullest appetite
and the quality la high enough to satis
fy the sharpest one. ,
J. A. ARBUCKLE, Prop.
We sen weekly Meal
Tickets Cash ... $4-50
I am agent for the celebrated 1900 Ball Bear
Washing Machine which I am selling on an
absolute guarantee, you can take it on trial
with the previlage of returning if not satis .
factory. Atrial will convince yotl of its
MRS. T. N. MURPHY,
CROCKERY AND SPORTING GOODS
' TO nnoomoa so tbejmj. II U beoomlng j
VAAAAA mors eomon every dayi People r
iVr,w-r-iw exercising their good Judgment by sap-
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ptfliif thslr needs la meats at our market;
If 70a want tba beat, at prices as low a
ths lowest, eome in and see wast wt ha
to soli. Your ere will tell a bigger at
butter story than our apmoe permits now
Still well &Vandermeulen,
HENRY S6 CARR
Lady assistant. Calls .answered day and night.
Phone No. 21.
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Grande Ronde Lumber Co.
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Write to O. T. McDANIEL
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WANTS YOUR BUSINESS
They Have The Goods and Prices to Merit It "
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Cal I and See Them
Largest Store Smallest Prices
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