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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (March 15, 1905)
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LA GRANDE, 9REGON.J ;;: r
Everything you want want for that
Is AwaitingJYour JOrder t :
. , 61 ,.R ALSfTO N s
B.NEBRASKA' ) GRepERY STORE
0oi. Fir and Jefferson Sts.
4 OUtt 8PE0IALTY '
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A Wit JU11IU 1CIICI1CU QbUUSt
Good School Shoes
. )t . , a specialty ,
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Grande Roride Lumber Go.
Grande Ronde lumber Co.
PERRY.' OREGON. ' -
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meals arc the
best on wheels
iui very guuu jioctryi
perhaps, but what it lacks
in rythm, it ' more than
makes up in fact. And the
. prices are reasonable low
- nrmrrli t-r Ka wtt-kin .li
reach of people of rhoder- fc1
ate means ; high enough
to ensure good food, good
cooking and pood service.
Breakfast and dinner are served
on the' a la carte plan- you pay .
for what you order. Luncheon,
50 cents. ' - ,! ; ' :': '
Denver to Kansas City ';, Denver to Chi-
caga; L raui toc l-ouis. vs,
- ,( Jpul information on request. ,
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(8orippa Naws AtaooUtion) '
CUreUnd 'March 1&-Mn Caaaf
Cbdwlck; Moorted by depaty our
ball todajj visit her bom 00 Euc
lid Atdd, for tba pdrpoM o( telacting
neb personal effaota aa arc azampt
nnder tba baukraptof law. 8ba tu
greatad at tba door ty DrSCbadwlck.
bom aba bad not aaea lor aoma tiaia
lia embraced bar and cbattad witn
bar it tew mlnatea la tba preeenoe of
; SAiLORS DROWN
j Sorlppa Mews Aaiooiatioa
Loodoj March IS The . British
ship "Kbyber", boand from Melbourue
to Queeostown was wrecked aff Corn
wall. Of a crew of twenty, only three
, iA Pleasant PArty
On Tuesday at one o'clock Mrs. W.
U.Bobnsnksmp gave a lanobeon at
ber beautiful home on Second Bt. to
tbe'Udies who htd entertained Mrs B
U Taylor of Spokane, an old school
mate of both Mr and Mrs bobnen
kamp who has been spending the past
two wei ks with them.
The table was daintily decorated in
green and white. After luncheon the
ladies spent a pleasant hour, at fits
hundred. Tba highest soore was made
by Mrs Jay Van fiaren. ,
Those present were, Meedames E
Q Taylor, ML Causey, W 8 Allison.
Jay Van Buren, W Moby, W Ericson,
JTred Kiddle, JVRose. HOOradr.
E W Bartlett, and J U Aikine.
Mrs Taylor leaves for her home on
At the city election Monday there
were three tickets in the field, the
principal fight being over marsball.
Tba following are the successful can
didates: D B. Hendriok mayor,
James Chriatensen marshall. J. B.
Tborsen treasurer, Oscar Garner, VYm.
Morelook; and Soott Harris counoil
men.VVm. Floyd Recorder.
I have 5f0 acres of sood naatnra land
all under new fence and with plenty
of good rootling water. Any body
desiring to put stock In can do so
after April 15th. I also have several
thousand Fir and Tamarack fence
posts for sale. For prices call on John
Anthony. 3 13-15
Begins with the symptoms of a com
mon cold: thara ia nhllli mu iimmIk.
sore throat, hot skin, qniok poise,
hoarseness and imnadoJ raim'taHnn
Give frequent small doses of Ballard's
Uorehouod Syrup, (tba child will cry
for it) and at tha flmtt man nf a nmnnm
cough, apply frequently Ballard's
bnow Liniment to the throat.
airs, a vnet. New Castle, Colo,
writes' March 19th, 1901: "1 think
Ballard's Uorehound Syrup a wonder
fnl ramadv. and an nlmunt
60a and tl. Newlin Drug Co
Will soon have another Involoe of
select fruit, shade and ornamental trees
Peach, pear, plum, prune and apple,
gooseberries, currants, pie plant, etc,
including the Rolvana l'oi.lnr, Sugar
Maple, Black Walnut and tbe celebrat
ed Uoldeu West Peach live
Office opposite U 3 iJtnd Office .
M 6 tf JOHN E HOUOU
B P Tait, tba pioneer music teacher
of Grande Bonds Valley, Is sti'l in the
ring. During my vacation I made it
my business aa wall as pleasure to at
tend . concert', operas, and . In fact
everything In my line of baslneaa and
1 found that I.as a teacher, and In
terpreter of niusie am still in tbe front
rank. Pupils who do not wUb the fnll
conservatory coarse may take tba pop
ular plsco coarse. ..This places tba
popll in position to plsy tba popular
musle of thejday, Church and Sunday
Tba Violin popular ooorsa places the
popll In position to play all kinds of
dance moslo as well as light overtures.
Quite a number of musicians who have
bean nndar my Instruction are now
making good money as teachers and
soloists. Pupils who are under my
care will be thoroughly instructed in
m It CM I', teach ei
Classified : Advertisements
IF YOUH AVE ANYTHING TO SELL LET THE PEOPLE
ABOUT IT THROUGH THIS DEPARTMENT AND
Y0U WILL FINt A. BUYER. IF YOU WANTJTO BUY EX
PLAIN YOUR WANTS THROUGH THESE COLUMNS.
I WANTED: An elderly lady to keep
bouse and take care of five children.
' Will pay good wages. Applr at this
k'AD Bii.r nu TktnUcaad vorlc office.
horses. 1 &i inch wsson. 1
logging track, 1 4 inch logging
track. V JOHN ANTHONY
Brick famished ''in any
quantty or r any style. No
contract too small or too
large. Bee samples of our
La Grande, Oregon.
LA GRANDE SCHOOL
PROF. DAY, Principle.
" . MRS, DAY. AiiUnt
This is one of the.bestlmuslcai;in
stitatlons in the state Daring the
year 1904 there were nearly Four
thousand let sons given. Tha people
in.this city and valley are begin
ing to discover tbe great advantage
of this school. Tbe.syitem used is
tha latest and most practical, and
inolades all tha latest discoveries
in tba art of teaching mosio; The
school is divided into two depart
ments; No. 1 is for beginners, from
5 year up, and taking in the 1st to
3rd grades. In this department
itupils coma one bonr every day
In No. 2 the gradea are from 3 to
15. 'Hare thsv irradnala - Pnnllu
take one or two lessons a weak as
they desire. No scholars will be
permiiiea 10 remain in tnla school
wto do not Btudy.
E. C. DAVIS. Proprietor.
Oomplote assortment of, fin- .
est marble and granit
hi iruys on band. Estimates
cheerfully furnished upon
WANTED-Girl to do general house
work Inquire at this office
The Singer Hewing Machine Co has
opened a branch office at Smith
Jewelry Store with a complete line of
late 'improved machines. Call and
see them. Manager Chaa A Chandler
SHADE TRIBES FOR SALE
Tba undersigned has a limited quan
tity of shade trees wbioh be will sell
at a reasonable price. These trees are
of tha variety known aa the Rook
Elem and the Gray Ash. Partiss
wishing me to set tbe trees out may
do so by paying fifty cents add itional
Address J T Jackson, La Grande, Ore
gon, or phone 18li3. ..
We pay cash for chickens,
and want all we can get at
our new warehouse on JV
Grande Ronde Cash Co.
a We manufacture Butter
s ftrm sweet cream. Our I
s butter is full weight aud
guaranteed Leave orders :
J at J. D. McKennou's
! uianirviile Creamery Ass'n
m M SATIS
If ymir (toketa rmd ore Ilia Ttoiivor
and Klo drains RaUroad. tu "Mceala
Man il the worlil"
i'aer are xn ninny cenli alt -a-l v rnn
itolulsof tutvreHt akin lh ic ...
tween Oalrn nt IVurrr l'iat t lit u Id
never becomea U resume
If rnnareaoInK t, write for .ilor.
r" pou wiai will
tell you aU about IV
W C McBRIDE, Agent,
124 Third St..
9ortlard , ,1 Oregon
FOR SALE Poland China boar En
quire of W T Stein, R F D No. 2,
' two miles east of La Grande. Phone
1771 w 1 16-16J
lnoh irnR RAt.E Manv thoniand feet ol
lap siding for Bale by F .S Newsoine,
north of car shops. M 16
WANTED Furnished or unfurnished
honse Inquire at this office.
FOR 8ALE Must sell within tbe
next fifteen days, building now 00
enpied by my meat market. Cor.
Fir and Monroe Ave. Two story,
six rooms up stairs. Remember the
building only is for sale. I HARRIS
FOR SALE New Ideal washing mi
chine price $7.00 E J Conrad R F D
rGIi oALrj Oood payfng 1 business
doing $1,500 annually. Address P O
box 661 La Grande.
. For Rent
FOR RENT Furnished rooms with or
without bath. Jn best residence
district. Inquire at Cor Fourth and
Main st,, the George Hansen proper
ty. Jan 6 tl
FOR RENT Furnished hoaae keep
ing rooms, in suits of two, tbree and
four rooms. Inquire of Mrs. Msry
Noble. Phone 5-4-7. tf.
Board and Lodging by Mrs Goodall
21U 3rd st. Phone 707 tf
FOR RENT All parties wishing to
rent a portion of the O'Connor tract
for the present year, call at residence
as the land will be rented immediate
ly. Dr. O'CONNOR, corner
Park and Oak street.
WANTED A girl or middle aged
women to do light Ihouse work for
two. ' M itaker.
WANTED The ULdersixned wishes a
set of books to keep. Rates reason
able and satisfaction guaranteed.
Satisfactory references furnished.
Lon L Fox, La Grande, Oregw.
M it 21
LOST A dress pattern on the railroad
crossing on Fir St. Reward will be
paid for its return to thla n?;e.
LOST Sorrel horse with while blaze
in faofi weight about 1100 branded
with key on shoulder. Liberal re
ward for its -return or Information
leading to recovery. David Bay
One blue roan mare oolt with naw
halter on, no visible brand. Owner
can have same by proving property
and paying charges.
d Aw 3 10-24
Land Scrip For Sale
Unrestricted forest reserve sorip fur
sale at lowest market prices. My scrip
secures title to. timbered, farm in u
grazing or desert land, in any quan
,tity, without residence or improve
ment. Ac dress H M Hamilton, Tbe
Portland, Portland, Oregon.
WANTED First class single driver,
ing horse. Inquire Boss Meat Mar
ket. ANTED Lad or gO'itl-Tian with
fair educatio n for a I n iuess posi
tion, salary $15 to fli) per weak. Ad
dress with stamp and give your
name and tha name of tbe town.
Mrs. L F Rich. La Grande. Ore., a n
BEES FOR SALE
The undersigned has eight stands of
Italian bees whloh he will dia
at reasonable prion if sold at once.
These are all good strong and healthy
coliniei and will surely thrive if
given proper attention.
H O Thomason" La Graude"! Oregon
Residence Fourth street Old Town
Notice is hereby given that I hava
taken up atmy farm three quarters of
a mile southeast of Allcel, Union
county, Oregon, on Januarv 1. inns
one sorrel, bald faced gelding, branded
figure 4, on right shoulder, about 0 o
7 years old, weight about 800 pounds.
Appraised value $15. Owner can have
same by proving ownership and paying
expenses, otherwise the animal will h
sold according to law. W J CASE
as is n. ...
MBiwuca a AlloelRErtKni
' va A
Fiist class reed potatoes, Carmen no
3 and Early Rose, one half mile east of
1 1 J S CHANDLER, Fruihlale
Splendid yearling Short Horn regie,
tered bull. Weighed, when seven
months of age, seven hundred and
five pounds. Is no in splendid con
ditlin. Address J E Reynolds R D no
2 La Grande Oregon
Cows for Sale
Splendid dairy cows for sale. Will
sell one or more or the entire business.
Mrs. A J ORIDER,
La Grande, Oregon, R F D No. 2
Estray Nile s
Notlo is hereby given that the
following described stock has .been
taken up at ray place six miles east of
La Grande Union County Oregon and
appraised, as follows, one bay mare
branded N0a left hip weight ahout
9j0, aged 13. One sorrel mare .brand
ed w on left shoulder, weight about
S00 aged 4. One bald faced filly
white feet no brand weight about 700
W D Grandy P O at La Grande.
Feb 27 March 27
Oregon Produce Co
, JhoneiTui ; UGrande.oregon.
Corner Jefferson Avenue and Greenwood Streets.
In JSastern Oregon.
25c PER BUSHT?,t.t.
Q Good No 2 apples at the packine hous r.n - 4
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