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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (April 7, 1905)
Thir mana your money hack if you are not
satisfied. Crescent Spices, Croscent Tea, Cies
cent, Baking Powder, Crescent Extracts.
Full line of Superior Crackers, best on earth.
Remember e . have our own delivery wagon
and insure prompt delfvery.
SEATTLE GROCERY CO.
Masonic building, Adams Avenue
ZUNDELL & LAWSON, Propi. ,
on Produce Co
Phone 1761 . La GrandcEOregon.
Corner Jefferson Avenue and GreenVood Streets. .
- In Eastern Orearon.
25c PER BTT8H1CJ,
S Good No 2 apples at the packing house. Call and see
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a iuvui, lucjr re no guou bs idobo ouerea py peauiers
A. B. C.
A"T T Should come to our l aundry
' A. J vJ when in
anything from a pleasaut
mile to clean liuen
WE DO IT RIGHT :
JULIUS ROESCH, Proprietor.
Largest Brewing Plant in Eastern Oregon
Tin . ..
Ask for La Grande Beer and get the Best
LA GRANDE BEER IS MADE IN LA GRANDE
Z AND SHOULD HAVE THh PREFERENCE.
1 Hotel Sommer I
THE-HOTEL gGMMER l;0.,
WE- CATER TO COMMERCIAL
-. 'TRADE -
. ROOMS WITH BATh
All Modern Conveniences
Best Dining Room Service in Eastern
A. L. MORRIS,'
- Tres.and Manager.
1 -a Grande Evening Observer
IET BROS, Editor Pr p
Entered at the Poal Offlot at La
Grande, Oregon, a 6oond CI
Published daily except Sunday
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Six month's in advance .'...3 50
Per month. .. . . .. . . . . . , . . .65c
Single copy....... 6c
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Local reading- notion lOe par Una M near-
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RaaoinUoii of condolence, so j ar Una. "
Card ol tnanka, to per Uae.
Friday.-April 7, 1905.
Is your house numbered? If
The property owners on'sixtb
street are anxious to have it
improved, that is graded and
side walked.': . ,
That ordinance providing fer
liscening bicyclers the use of
the side walks is a proper move
if the liscense w not made to
Our uniformed police is
another step towards conditions
that have the appearance of a
i : This is proper. Strang
ers will appreciate the new order
This being the case the eastern
mills pay freight on sixty-five
per cent of waste. The raw
material is here and the wool
should be worked up here and
can be done cheaper thsn in the
The woolen mills now here
and all working ovei time and
such would be the result if there
were ' dozens of ' mills . La
Grande ' should make an effort
to secure a woolen mill.
You can drink at the public
fountain. The water superin
tendent has decided thai winter
it a thing of the past , and has
ponnected tba pipes. Animals
have enjoyed the privilege all
For the next five weeks the
cities of different portions of
the state will be up in arms at
assersors whose duty , it is to
take the census as well as pro
perty values this year. Already
Baker City r. is dumb founded.
The Baker couuty assessor fail
ed to 6ud as many people ' as
the government census showed
five years ago, and this will
be more or less all over the
Number your houses, or you
may receive a call from the city
marshal. lie may however be
come tired of telling people" to do
their plain duty. There is an
ordinance compelling . property
owners to number their houses!
The greif majority kuow this,
coniorj lenley ll you are called
upon to pay a fiue don't kick
but just walk up and swell th$
treasury of the , city . The
uiuuej 4b iicoupu uy me nay.
President Roosevelt in the de
posing of the former canal com
mission served ' notice by so
doiug that he expects the new
board to accomplish something
It is possible that the President
entertained the Uea that " the
railroads in their mysterious
raethodsof retarding develop
ment may have hynoliifld' cei1-
tain members of the- committee.
Similar to the tactics employed
in the opening of the Columbia
river during the 1 past , twenty
The New York World, one of
the leading Democratic papers
of the nation makes bold the
assertion that President Roose
velt will succeed himself in 1903
Stranger things have happened
and if he carries out the great
reforms that be has in hand the
people may demand him to
serve them another term.
Plans to Get Rich
ar often froitrttod by addon break
down, da to dyspepai or oonatlpattoa
Brace Qp and laka Dr. Klng'a Mew
Ul filla. Tbey take oat to material!
which ar clogging your euarziaa. and
five 70a a new atari. Car beadauhe
and disxioeai too. At NewUn Drug
Co drag store; 25o garanted
5 lbs Home
For the next
fifteen days I
will offer some
special . ' cash
puces on my cured meats
and lards. I have moved
into t ie Oeddes building, and
snrnot prepared -to carry a
large stock in this line' until
I am again in my own build
ins,' whioh is now being pre
pared with cold storage faci
lities. As I now need money
I will sell 6 lbs buckets of lard
for 55c, 10 lbs buckets for
$1.10 cash. For the present
i am ' located
6 lbs Home from my old
HARRIS MEAT MARKET
. Phone 1601"
MRS. H. W. LAUGHLIN, 5
Teacher of vocal and piano 1
j . Oraduato of Chicago
Phone 1976 J
Brick furnished in any
quanity or any style. No
contract too small or too
large.. See samples of our
pressed brick .
La Urandej Oregon.
If a car load of saw loea were
shipped from Eastern Oregon
to he worked ud in a saw mill
at Philadelphia, not a few would
minx it a great loss, as freight
would have to be . mud 'An ' lh
sawdust and slabs. Yet we ship
wool from Eistern Oregon to
the Eastern mills, whiih ' surely
represents a. very great loss.
u suieu tnat ten cars of , raw
wool is equal to about three and
mm m. . -
one nail cara of washed " wool
Hall Lake. Dem.r. FX.
wortU, OmaHa, Kan-
LA oaAKDK, OR
lYln. Pomerov. Cut-
fax. Mutoow, Bpokaoe,
and poiuu crai ana
HortUuid. Uallea. Pen.
dlatos. UmaliUa. Wal
mwv.i w mitmKXf nan
aar. Bpokam and oUmt
putnu eaM ana Bonb
No.B taland City. A nt. 1m.
OaUl ! Iblcr aad .. jnu. : Cob
cii' . ai tioua ai aiu ui
Boaday Ittaic tor palota la Hal.
Ki9Blfl I U
; , No
Urma tMaamcia between I'ortland aad
Hem FnlMMOO vimj eve d ya,
v NuLfirv I'lihlirt Tnu ..
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Money to Loan
Represeutiog the Equitable Saving9 & Loan Aeao
ciation of Portland, Or., the strongest, safest & moot
reliable institution on the Pacifio coast, under. Siain '
supervision. Loans made short or long time to suit.
WM. GRANT. Affent . :
City property for sale. ;
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Have you seen our 3
new 8Driue suits-
Coats extra long, wide 3
collars aud , lapels,, j
wide trousers, with all 3
the late kinks in the -
cut and tailoring t -.
If you have not
pfin them vou re
C The Swellest Suits of the Season are Here
Single and double breated, in the new brown and
. gray mixtures, or in broken checks at d stripes.
Our spring suit display will certainly be a feast
for the man who wishes style and durability' at a
moderate cost, say $10 to $20.
Our $15 suits ate particular favorites.
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THE FINEST EVER
Tailored Turbans Dress Hats
Cordays New Veilings
Ombre Ribbons Pretty lace Collars
Handsome Jetted Collars
5 M WELLMAN & CO
luix Griinde - . Oregon
- tM4K -vt.etes
" w M ""u iwm mi at wt expect a carload fS
of WJ! Waptr to a arrive on that dite. We uvc more Wall Paper
tonow on hand than all the othtr paper houses :.i the county. There J
fore youwiU have a greater variety to .elect from. Our present i
stock b complete '
We have made np our minds to sell every roll of Wall Paper in our,
store before the next spring stock arrives, and in order to insure a J
complete clean-up we have cut the price regardless of former price
Wall Paper from 5 cents up
Stackland & Mdaciilen
, PAINTS. eibS AND GLASS
IT'S NOT TOO LATE TO
ORDEK FRUIT TREES
1 have a good stock of shade trees, shrubs and vines
also American Evergreens for fencing and 2nd
breaks, $5 per hundred, $40 per thousand Ween ntf
sT rlnr nie? CTat!(m9' tLree colors; e2pK
$1. Pouble Daisies, large,, three colors LIZ
flowering pansies, all colors, rer doxen 50c. g
LA GRANDE NURSERY
Or leave order at Thorn's Grocery Store.'
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