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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (March 24, 1905)
JULIUS ROESCH, Proprietor.
Largest Brewing Plant injEasiera Oregon
Ask for La Grande Beer and get the Best
f LA GRANDE BEER IS MADE IN LA GRANDE
AND SHOULD HAVE THh REFERENCE.
l-a Grande Evening Observer
T IET URO&, Editor Pr pa
Entered at tha fPostLOfflca at La
tiraada, Oregon, aa Beoond Class
Mall Matter. ;
Published daily except Sunday
One vear in advance. .... .18 f0
Six months in advance. . - .3 50
rer znontn . . . . . . ,66c
Single copy .......5c
Display Ad rata tarntshad'aDoa aDDUmllon
local reading aollcea lOe par Um ant
Uoa, jc per Uaa lur aaeh aubaeqaant 1
RaaoluUooa ofaaadotosea, it rar Una.
Carda ol thanks, is par Una.
The coal dealers are wearing
that smile that won't come off
for the first time fur lo these
Notice to ihe patrons of La Grande Light aud Power Co.
That on and after January 1st we will install a day
circuit in this c'ttv and t this mMKI of nntifvin. nn
patrons. Any changes to be made in lights which'cen not
be turned off during the day should be arranged as soon as
possible. Those desiring power can confer with us at any
time regarding prices of motors, rates, etc. We have motors
priced as follows, f. o. b. San Francisco.
ih. P $ 37 75 5h. p $192 00
i h P 44 60 10 h p 279 75
1 1 P 95 60 15 h p 367 70
2 h p 104 15 20 h p 452 50
3 h p 128 85 30 h p 655 65
To this price must be added freight from Sau Francisco to
Shipping weights v
i hp 3 phase 120 lbs i hp single phase 225 lbs
i hp " 165 lbs i lip " 270 lbs
1 hp 242 lbs 1 hp 275 lbs
2 hp 34 ilbs 2 hp " " 380 lbs
3 hp 425 lbs 3 hp 465 lbs
5 hp " 680 lbs
5 hp " form K 810 lbs form L 670 lbs
7ibp formK 050 lbj form L 820 lbs
10 tip formK 1175s form L 1075 lbs
16 hp form K 1430 lbs form L 1350 lbs
20 hp form K 2345 lbs form L 2300 lbs
30 hp " form K 2980 lbs form L 2810 lbs
For m formation call at office oi
LA GRANDE LIGHT AND POWER CO.
Hotel ommer i
THE HOTEL OMMER bO.. Leefce
WE CATER TO COMMERCIAL
ROOMS WITH BATh
All Modem Conveniences
Best Dining Room Service in Eastern
A. L MORRIS,
Tres. and Manager.
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When the La Grande basket
ball team visited Baker City a
few weeks ago they were greet
ed with a large attendance. Let
us return the honor tomorrow.
We are certainly a forgetting
people. About three more days
like the past two and we wil
affirm thatathis has been the
hardest winter since the winter
In the passing ' away of
Samuel Truesdall who was bur
ied in Union, Union county lost
a man who was one of the his
tory makers at a time when the
foundations for : the happiness
of future generations was made
" Business men and property
owners join the Commercial
Club and see that it fulfills . the
duties that are expected of such
an organization. Think of it,
prior to the campaign inaugurat
ea a lew days ago there were
over eighty business men of this
city , who were not members. No
wonder the club did not come
up to its possibilities. It is a
credit to the board of directors
that they were able to maintain
the institution to the high stan
dard they have. ''
Payrolls not only build cities
but the adjacent country
a ' . -
wen. la urande now enjoys
the largest payrolls of any city
in Eastern Oregon and w j might
have more if we organized a
campaign for this purpose. '
You possibly intimd to assist
in the proposed prison library
but ualees you get your book . to
the proper panics, tbe library
may not grow as rapidly as it
would if every reader of these
ines would select the book they
intend to give and take it to the
A business man who owns his
own property stated that he was
of the opinion that if a concert
ed action waa takan th
property owners on Adams
avenue, it would result, in both
sides of the street from Chesuut
to Fir , street being piovided
with cement sidewalks.
It is asserted that there are at
the present time . one hundred
persous arriving daily in Port-
and from the East, by parties
who are taking advautaeoof the
colinist rates. This does not
include the enmigration that is
being absorbed by other sec
tions of tbe state. The tide had
set in and the localities that offer
the best opportunities to make
a living will receive the benefit
of this emigration. Grande
Ronde valley certainly should
not suffer by such a comparison
but the pity is, so few have
heard of this county and our re
THE NEW YORK JOURNAL
which is supplying the public with mag.
nificent new Encyclopia at about the
actual costof production and om terms with,
in the reach of all. If you are interested
write today for particulars. The member
ship is limited. First come, first served.
78 Fifth Avenue
D E P A R TMENT
W Fifth AT.nua. NtwYotV.
ricaM tend m4wlthoal oharf., loftr
matloa regarding your new Kucyelot
dla Ctnb alao Mxtimr a pagca of M
Eooyclopadla. leeledlnf aaapa.
portrait and 'otored Mfrmrlnn.
Ktree j; ZT"
Haolnaaa Addrwa '
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NEW YORK JOURNAL
It has been thoroughly de
monstrated that wooden water
pipe is equal in every respect to
iron pipe and is much cheaper.
It is also a well known fact that
our tamarack is just as lastinc
for such purposes as any .wood
uoeu on mis coast torsucu pur
poses. Tbe point we desire to
raise is, why would not such a
factory pay in this city.
During the past year several
thousand dollars have been sent
to Tacoma for this kind of pipe
which certainly could be manu
factured here as well - as there
and there would be a great sav
ing in freight, in other words a
factory here would have the ad
vantage of the freight rate.
G. E. FOWLER
Wood and Coal
All order given prompt
RED FRONT LIVERY BARN
Wm. Smith, Prop,
Safe and reliable rigs furn
at all times. Special ac
comodations furnished to
' Phone. 3-5
WM, SMITH FEED STORE
Hay, Qiain and feed. Free
ueuverr w ati parta ei me
city. Mountain trade a
specialty. Phone 1961
HotMa, harncM and wagona
-' boagbl tnd aotd
F I RS T . CLASS
AND STEAM FITTER
Stoves set up and repair
ed. All work guaranteed
and prices reasonable.
Telephone No. 243.
Begins with tba symptoms of a com
mon cold: thara ia ehUUnaB. anrAalnir
sore throat, hot kln, quiok poise,
hoarapnuaa anrl ImnaitaJ raanlr.tl.in
Glte (raqoant small dotes of Ballard's
uoreooaoa syrup, (uie cnua will cry
for It) and at tha flret mi crn rtf a .Ninn.
ooogb, apply freqncntly KalUrd'.
hnow Liniment to the throat.
Mrs. A Vllet. New Castle, Colo,
writes' March 19th, 1901: "I think
Kallard'a tiorahnnnd Rvrnn a An...
nil remedy, and so pleasant. " 20c,
60o and SI Nowlin Drua Co
The Nurse and the Doctor
Will tell you thai the success of a prescription de
pends on the purity of its ingredience. There is
as much variety in medioiue as in other merchan
dise. In our prescription-filling "Qulity" is always
our fiist consideration.
You can implicity trust your prescription to us
quality, accurscy and the right price are the never
failing trio upon which we think we have a right to
appeal for your patronage.
A- T. HILL.,
Phone, Farmers Line, 58
Pacific States 1861
La Grande, Or.
HENRY S6 CARR
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uaujr ttoBiDbaLi vans auoncicu uajr auu wigu, a
i Henry, residence 664
Carr, residence 386
La Grande Oregon
SEATTLE GR(CERY CO.
Masonic building, Adams Avenue
LAWSON & ZUNDELL, Props.
Now ready for business with a complete assortment of
fraBh Groceries Every article on our shelves is new and
fresh, and guaranted to be first class Our motto is
'Live and Let Live" We will have cur own delivery
and guarantee prompt service Remember that wo still
handle hay, grain and feed We pay the highest market
price for farm produce If we make a mistake we will
cheerfully correct the same Phone orders given special
A. B. C.
FHONE j. i85i
La Granie, Oregon.
Should come to our l aundry
Bmile to clean linen
i NEED :
WE DO IT RIGHT
C4 aln wrcti by the Cord
Gives Health Vigor and Tone
Herbine Is a hoon far an ftnrara Irnm
aoeamia. By Its nse the blood is qniok
h regenerated and the oolor becomes
normal. Tha droonin almroth ia
vt?ed. Tbe laniraor li dlminlahful
Health vlirar and tnua nM,iim!..i.
New life and, happy activity result
Mrs Bella H Khlral MM.H..Inl,
rill "I have been troubled with liver
oomplalntaod poorbkod, and have
wuuu uutuiug mi oenent ma lias tier
bine. X hope never to be without It
I have wished that I had knowa of It
la my husband's lifetime. " 60a
Boia Dy i-sswiln Urug Uo
no t. .
ocur,.cuetto the cord. I6ilich d cham
you nfv ?er " ;r ; TM8 u cheai,er thau by tbe d.
l!y.?.,i get 811,1 Bel wbat yu pfty ''.
Phone s7i H. W. Nini ii v
Money to Loan
Oily property for !. Am
MRS. II. W. LAUOIILIN,
Teacher of vocal and
W pay cash for chickens,
d want all we can get at
0'ir now warehouse on Je
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