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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 25, 1905)
If coming and you will want to change some of your
old furniture and carpels. ; We are the . people you
want to aee. We will pay you cash for your goods
and you can boy new. We will trade anything we
bare and we have anything you want in the line of
Furniture. Crockery, Hard
ware, Tinware, Trunks and
The La Grande Pawnbrokers
Corner Fir and Adams
Remember we still buy and sell alF kinds trv roi
I second Hud Goodtji jt j jt rhone loot
WHAT SOME PEOPL IN AND
OUT OF TOWN ARE
20 cents Per Can
, 3 tor 50 cents
GELT THE HABIT
Of buying your Goal from us
Rock Springs and Cumberland
Ask any of our customers about us
We are wholesale and retail dealers in
Hay, Grain, Millfeed, Flour, Etc.
! Gra ide Ronde Cash Company,
Press Lewis Dean Crowe
Phone 1801 New warehouse on Jefferson Avenue
Jast received a Car Load of Alfalfa Seed
Mr. and Mrs. F Gelble mads a brief
visit la Pendleton yesterday.
A car oi wire if expected to arrive
oa todayi freight for tbe Grande Sonde
Mr. C A Btaplei of Hilsard arrived
in tha eitr thia morning on a ahort
Mr. Chat. Brown of Pendleton ar
rUnH in this eitr thia forenoon and 1
a guest of Mra M L Causey
Attorney J W Kuowle who ha been
confined to bit bed for several days if
able to be op and ont In tbs yard to
Mra. Folhnsbee, who two weeks ago
underwent a surgical operation, baa
now folly recovered and is able to be
Mr F A Elliott, land Inspector for
tbe Southern Paclflo Railway, is In
tbe olty this week vlstlng his siBter
Mrs A T U;ll.
Mr Christeanson tbe new proprietor
of tn a Cedar Valley aaloon baa changed
tbe name of bia place of boiiness to
Prefacing bis sermon tomorrow morn
ing pastor Gillilan will deliver a short
address to tbe roana people of tbe
Ex Mayor S R Reeves well known
In this city, Is at present an inmate of
tbe Holdlers home In jCalfornia Mrs
Reeves la also In California.
John Bay, accompanied by his
brother, lion. David Bay, are enroate
to San Francisco where Jolin goes to
undergo an operation for canoer.
Not that we have a machine shop
and foundry, and tlnd it so Indiipens
Ible, tbe wonder now Is now did we
get along so many yean wlthont one.
S J WbitS is superintending tbe
plaoinKof tbe exhibits In Exhibit
Ball, and in a few days nearly every'
thing grown or made in tbe county
will be there.
A V Oliver, this week unloaded the
largest oar of salt ever received in thia
city, weighing 77,750. As the mininum
weight of a oar of salt Is 21,000 pounds
this shipment was more than equal to
A V Oliver received a car load of
Alfalfa and grass seed this morning.
Oliver states that this season will see
more grass and alfalfa seed planted
than any other year In the bistort of
Tbe La Grande Marble Works, which
baa given employment to four meohaa
ios for many months past has a number
of orders ou hand at present and yes.
tsrday they placed two hand so m
monuments for Henry Lewis of this
olty, one over the grave of his late
wife and one over tbe grave of his
parents, early pioneers of this valley,
aud today they have placed a beautiful
stone in the Union cemetery for Mr.
Tha onn oeoola who attended tbe
game of tfak t ball between tbe. La
Grand and Baker High Sobojl teams
returned borne this morning and (re-
Dort bavins been royally entertained
by the people of Baker, .
Veterinary anrgeon Cnarl ton who has
been attending E, J Conrad's fine
registered bull. Eclipse 85097, reports
that tbe injury to bis foot is rapidly
At the reaalar dance given by tbe
Commercial club at tbe ball but even
In lira Chas Me'aalst and Mr John
rvinnoltT vera awarded the prizes In
tbs prize waltz. '
Some of our men folks ar becoming
"leary" of building tbe morning fires
since Tom Johnson's range Mew op,
and ar Inclined to torn tbe job. over
to their wives. Union Republican.
Comrade Ell N R lobar da wbo served
in tbe 153 Infantry of Indiana doting
tbe civil war. and now resides In Lor-
ena City, Wyo, is now on a tour of in
spection and gave tbe Observer office
a pleasant call this morning' '
E Ray Jones, a young man from La
Grande, who. has been employed In
tbe official cap city there, a In Kaker
today and it is understood desires to
secure the fillet of court stenographer
in the new clroult district here-Hetald
O E Lemmons a well known O R A
N fireman of La Grande wbo has
many friends in Pendleton has juat
been promoted to tbe position of loco
motive engineer on tbe mountain
division. Pendleton E O
A W Harper, cashier of the Violin
State Bank, of South Dakota, is in
the olty visiting his brother O E Harp
er, of tbe La Grande creamery. This
ia bis first visit to the west and is de
lighted with our climate and sur
roundings He will remain several
Mr Earl B Cox, of Chula, Mo, who
has been at Joseph, Ore, for some
time on account of bis health died at
the latter plaoe on Feb 23rd. The re
mains were brought to La Grande last
evening, and placed in tbe charge of
Glffln & Uoaan, the undertakers wbo
arranged and shipped Lis remains to
Chula this morning. Wm Altenderfer
aooompanied the body having raised
tbe young man who was an orphan.
I am agent for the celebrated 1900 Ball Bear
Washing Machine which I am selling on an
absolute gaaiint."G,7CT: czzi take it on trial
with the previlage of returning if not satis
factory. A trial will convince you ot , its
good qualities. (
MRS. T. N. MURPHY,
CROCKERY AND SPORTING GOODS'.'
Red Clover, Timothy, Red Top, All
kinds of Grass sseds. Bock's Garden
Seed, Bald Barley, Rye, Wheat and Oats
IEFFERSON AVE PHONE I57I.
svwpni wit si
El 'ilM; J 111 I, h I i : I '
nil mMl msnH l .1
anootaoa so they say. It la beoomlng
more eomoa every dayc People are
czOTclDlng their good Judgment by sop
plying their aeediia meats at oar market;
If yoa want tbe beat, at prioea aa low
tbe lowest, eome tn and see what w ha
to soil. Your net will tell a bigger a i
batter story than our space pet mlta now
Stillwell & Vandermeulen,
- FroprLator. ,.. ,
Water superintendent U. C. Oilman
has just received 1000 feet of two inch
pipe to extend the service where it is
much needed. 300 feet will go north ol
the tisnk, 250 feet on O stand 300
feet on Jefferson Avcnuo at 2nd et
H EN RY cS6 CARR
FUNER.L DIRECTORS '
LIQCtUEb Ef1B1Lf1ER5 ; .
Lady assistant. Oallsanswered day and night,
Phone No. 121. ." ,
J. G. Henry, reaidence 664
J. J. Garr, residence 386
La Grande Oregon
Ronde Lumber Co.
CHANDLEll In Canyon City, on
Feb. 21, 1905, to Mr. and Mra. Per
ry F Chandler, a son. Mr. ULand-
ler is well known in this city.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms suitable
(or light house keeping, Inquire
of Mrs Shearer, near Geddis Bros
KOK BALK New Ideal washing ma
chine price $7.00 E J Conrad AFD
u i ss a
The food and the cook are what make
or unmake a restaurant. Both most be
good or else those who eat will move
from instead ot towards the door.
The Model rentaaraat has the cook
an artist in his line and the choic
est tood ot every description is pro
cared daily. Thia la prepared in a way
that will tempt the dullest appetite
and tbe quality is high enongh to satis
fy the sharpest one.
J. A. ARBUOKLE, Prop.
We eeii weekly Meal 1 . CA
Grande Ronde Lumber Co.
, The kind your mother
used to make. Baked
very day and deliver
ed at your home. Why
net buy the best when
it costs no more.
f lIOSiOlOLlWU FBoxnut
prompt attention given
E. C. DAVIS, Proprietor,
Complote assortment of fin
est marble and granit
alsays on hand. Estimates
cheerfully furnished upon
Headstones and Monuments
We manufacture Butter
" fiom aweet cream. Our
S butter ia full weight aud
guaranteed. Leave orders
at J. D. McKennon's
tuamerrille Creamery Assn
For Investments In
Write to C.T. McDANlEL
wifirfoi Kino rnminkO vr
WANTS YOUR BUSINESS
They Have The Goods and Prices to Merit It -
More than 500 PIECES YARD GOODS already received. ALL THE NEW WEAVES, i
Call and See Them :
Largest Store c Smallest Prices
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