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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (June 8, 1905)
HOOD RIVER BERRIES
We are now receiving daily shipments of berries from
Il.ifwl river, The quality is finer than ever. Don't
ink.: inferior berries when yon can get the
FAMOUS HOOD RIVER BERRIES
, - Just as cheap at . '
Phone 29 .
IF oar responsibility of $137,000.00 is guarantee
IF'our rate of interest on certificates of deposits
IF our rateof.interest on loans low enough,
IF the acctmodationa we afford are 'satisfactory,
IF you are not already a customer of this bank,
"then we invite you to become one,
AVE guarantee i you absolute safety for your funds
if intrusted to our care.
" HAVING given 14 years of service to the Ad. '
vancement of the interests of La Qrande and
, . .. Union county we fell justified in .asking, for
.- your banking business,1 and we wiiretUmd to ' ,
you all the accomodations,, your account will
' justify at all times. Your loans will be restricted
- onlv bv the security you offer and the 'balance
yon keep with this bank. ,
M s i 4 " I r
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farmers1 anal Graders
Josepp Palmer, v3- 8cBiBEEr.f;
il PeVdent. f ftst.
f AbsI Cashier.
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The Nurse J and the
v.'leli you thai the success of . a prescription de-
i pends on the parity of ingredience. . iThere is :
as much variety in medicine as in other merchan
dise. In our prescription-filling "Qulity" is always
our first consideration.
; , , You can impljcUy trust your prescription to us
quality, a'ceuiracy and the right price are the never
; failing trio .upon which we think ws have aright to
- appeal to yoW patronage. ' U -' J t ; ' 1
if ) ,: i A. T. H I 1 L; v : ; :
Registered Pharmacist JJ
Phone, Farmers Line,'68
Pacific States 1361
Oeo Kelly Ubor IS 80
K 2wil Ubor:.. . . . ... .... 19 10
JLrtbar Hyde............... S 00
HOGilmao water 8apt...... '85 00
O H Purmta Ubor 9 30
W H Bohnenktmp mdtt. .... 18 90
Neptune Meter Co 11? 2ft
Joe Jooee ctiing for hoee... .., IS 60
Uitoelleoeoai bill 8 00
fhe Commercial Glub
IRON WORKS 1
. - 7 .. ',. .... '4
0mpletc Machine Skops and. Foundry
General Blacksmith Horse Shoeing and Wagon Work.
Manufacturer of The Fitzgerald Roller Feed M,iU
a.- sai .X -i r. r'
If ambers of Oommoa Coanoil : "
My etUatioa bu been elltd to
the tot thet Mr J L ChrUUenton.
who hat been conducting a 'saloon ' la
La Gnnde ander a lieoanie to tell
plritoni liquort, laiaed by the Coan
etl of, the city of Le Grande, bu
daring the preeent tern of the Circuit
Ooart of the 8Ute of Oregon for Union
County entered In such conrt . plea of
gnllty to an tndlotment filed In aeld
court charging the ' said Chrlatientpn
with firing aplritons liqnora to a min
or, and that upon anon plea defendent
was eentenced to pay ' a fine ol ' 1100,
and an order was entered ' forfeiting
the Uoenae Held by the eald J L
Chrlstlanaon to sell splrttoos llquore.
I am informed, and underiUnd that it
Is not denied that the offenoe oommit
ed waa that of ' giring llqor t in ;the
aalobn of the party named to a girl
aboat sixteen ySars old. This party
has on file with the - City rooordee a
bond, the eoodttlona of which were
broken by anch acti, and 1 recommend
to yon and urge' that a',teap)atlon be
auoptea aevterioR ua immiu ut mm mm
Chriatlanson torQeted, and inatrnoUng
the olty attorney to at once oommeLoe
action opon the tame. I am alao In
formed that thlt party will apply, for
another Uoenae, or will at least apply
for a Uoenae tbronga a third party.
I recommend to yon that any appli
cation of toil patty for a ' lioenet be
denied, and that an application for a
license to sell liquor at the place
where this party was operating a
aaloon, if made In the name of any
other party, be investigated folly and
thoroughly as to whether or not this
J L CnrUtlanaon la to operate the
saloon - under each . . Ucenee. The
bond given by tbe ' applloant for a
Uoenae Is given for a 'purpote,
and that purpose la to pievent parties
holding a license from committing
the offeoes named in the bond, and
when they do commit tbeae offences,
and especially when they are willfully
commuted. It it tbe duty of tbe coun
cil to forfiet the bond, and authorize
and direct the oity attorney to com
menoe notion opon tbe bond. The
ciroamatanoes of this matter are aooh
that n my opinion It is the plain
doty of the counoil to take auoh action
I farther leoommend .to the. council
that It adopt a resolution directing
the city attorney to at once lake op
tbe matter of the ordinance requiring
the owaeta of buildings to remove from
over .the tide walks all obetrnotlona
In the way otawnlngaand euoh mature
and that be be Instructed to ptepare
the proper notices and direct the pro
per offlcera of the city to notify all
persons maintaining awnlngaand other
obstructions, coming within the par
view of the ordin&noe to remove the
liki- - l -A .n4 'i
that opon failure to do so, the officers'
of the city be instructed to remove
I also earnestly reoommtnd that yon
to take up at onoe with' the olty , at
torney the question of tbe sufficiency
of the present ordinances to compel
the owners of property to bnild cement
sidewalk a along the line, and to com
meuit Lrooeedlngs to compel tbe
oo'nfts of property along Adama Ave-
rne to pat In cement walks as requir
ed br the ordinance now In force. It
la apparent to my mind that the owners
of property along Adams Avenue: In
tend to delay putting . In walks under
such, ordinance onil! they are forced
to do so by ordinance; and It is further
apparent that unless steps ' are , taken
to compel auch walks to be put In by
the property owners, or that the same
be put in by the olty at tbe expense of
the property owners, within a short
time, . tbe same will ' nbt
be completed before bad weather sets
In, In the fall, when it will be Impoi
alble to complete euoh work. It la my
opinion that tbe council should at
once Blye formulated tbe necessary or-
dinanoee to com pell all sidewalks oa
' Edua Louise Thompson
Steward's Opera House
., ,. Popular, prices. ,
t ew son2. clever epecialtlea, catchy
murlc, novel dancers, grand egyptlan
ballet . 1
t.ome and laugh. Two hours of fun,
j a si a Dig Doncn oi run. eure cure
for the blues.1 r
BERRY PICKERS WANTED
The Home Fruit Co wants berry
pickers about June 10lb. For particu
lars call on or addreia. JKLANTZ,
If. Bee., Home Fruit Co,Cove Ore.
Ready for Business
The undersigned have
formed a co-partnership
r and are now ready to take
contracts for all kinds or
and Concrete work 1
I H CHILD 1
; BLUE MOUNTAIN MARBLE
1 AND GRANITE CO. V
LA. GRANDE OREGON
Complete assortment of fin
est marble' 'and- granit
alsrays oh hand. Estimates'
cheerfully furnished upon5
' applicati m. " ' N( :
' Headstones and Monuments
'S A Specialty ' '
IX Our work is guaranteed,
T ana we win cneeriuuy iur
ut - a
man estimates, we neve (
had years of experience in
the building line and 'are 1
X Capable of handling any r;
X sort of contracts from ;
building a chimney, or
mending a break in a
t i l , i . I M 31
tpiasiereo wan, o uunuiug
v-.-i.. i : 1.1 a
a ones; uubiuvbs uiw. v
share of your' patronsge
1 Woodard & Irwin,
Oan be found at Mrs. T. N.
Murpv's hardware store
I have a heavy covered back H. ; I
deelre to exebanse for a l!gbtr cr?
GEO. WKOKERI. cr
Phone m " " - e
Firm. Loans a Specialty
Best equipj.ed abstracter
in Union county. Many
years experiences with
the Union county records
gives me a great advant
age. It is folly to pur
chase realestate without
first securing "'"a" proper
abstract. . An abstract
from my ofSce will shw
the title just as it appears
on, the official record.
). R. OLIVER,
LA GRANDE, REGUN
Room 31, Bommer Bdlg.
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Every sack guaranteed, by. Romig
& Staples, y
There are many kinds of meat,
but we sell only the best kind., A
trial order will convince ,you of
the truth of this statement.1 We
kill only the best specimens and
kill it correctly.
Our prices are as low as
consistant with the best quality
Bock & Thomas
Parties desiring' pure bred
poultry can secure eggs
, from the following well
known breeds at $1 per
setting of fifteen Bar Ply
moth Rock, White Wyn
'dott, Single Comb Brown
Leghorn, and Silver Leced
Isfand Citv Oregon
G. L FOWLER
" Woodland Coal
Air order given prompt
, . ; ; attention.
A CASH BUSINESS pivS-
i p D. F
A casb business paya tbo store
keeper and alao the customer. Wben
. , . I f i w . i you trade at a caan eioro youtauow
Adams Avenue to .be ire codatVucted '.t ... BOl h.. to M Dart ol
MMirifha. AaitmMlsiKavl t'eri'smildi. skn1 rni I .sk .tAmsta Kill anh mAnlK
. A . . nknnml iTn asven veara.
.""".i"1. . nn(?m.n f UsrtMir. V7anh. bad a
WHIP IIOVO H. U r..r.ri.:" -uVlKU-mMh.nH
writee Geo. W
curnn aiu n lisve it. tiave you
cold? A dose of Herbine at oea ume
aud frequint small doeeeof Horebound
8yrup during tbe day will -remove It.
Try it for wbooping cougb, for aatbma,
. Mfiinmnilan. for broDCbttls. Mrs
Vi i.., h.M i' writes: .'! Rave
IJallard'a Uoreriouod f6yrbpj to
fhrnlly lot 5 'yea n(Fnn u-me
best and moat palatable medhsioe I
ever ueed" 25c, K)c, , .tl.OO-Newlin
liver trouble, but at last I won, and
cored my diseaaee, by tbe use of Eles.
trie Bitters. I unhesitatingly roo
mnd them to alU and don't inten i
in tbe iuture to be without them In tbe
bouse. Tbey are certainly wonder
tul medioine, to bave eured Snob a bad
Mutu mlM."' Hold, under -kuaran-
im in do the same for you. by Newlia
Drug Co., druggists, at 50o a bottle.
Try tbem today. ' ! ;
of cement, at least all aldewalka out
oi repair. The same observation- alao
appuea so I'epoi eires
J D SLATER.
Still In Business
Anyone baring second band goods
to dispose of will still find me in busi
ness, as I bave opened an office on tbe
corner near my original place of busi
ness, where 1 wilt be pleased to meet
tbe public Call or phone main 4.
II yocr Observer IS oof delivered Vs
you think It should be, please notify
this offloe, and tbe trouble will be corrected.
Bbort accounta make long lrltnla. We
sell for oaeh and therefore ran afford to
aell on a less margin. We either have
the monev or tbe goode. You can aee
that it la a aafer buelnses. and as we
take leaa rlak. we can eell cheaper
our line of aroceriea is complete, and
back U gdOda are not round as , repre
SEAIT" LE GROCERY CO.
ZUNDKL A LAWSON. '
J. L. MARS,
Contractor and Builder
Dealeyu, Budding Material.
Uroo a line, namins work, and I wll
. give the right prioe.
Lewis and Qark Shopping Baskets
. MILLINERY :.
Ladies' and Children's Hats, Ornamental ;
and Useful Belts Combs. Purses and Fans.
E M WELLM AN'& tfq
Repsir work civen prompt
Old Jewelry made to look like new
Clocks taken care of
Continuous busine n in La
Grand , and stll in busi-i
nes. This is the record
' ' to which 1 invite compari-j
sou, My word is still my
guarantee, as it has been in
the pait. A complete line
of reliable Jewelry, clocks,
f-j watches, etc in, fact every
1 thing"which is 'ound in a
reliable jewelry Btore. C
J. H. PEARE,
11 second hand bed room suits I ... . . . . $9.00 to $17.60 ,
1 " " ranges ......
2 " " folding beds..
9 new be by buggies
25 fine canvass trunks
6 Iron beds.........
Bicycles : . . . .
Bike euDDlies and all kinds of repairs.
done at rdry low prices. Upholstering. Furniture
and stove repairing. Carpets cleaned and laid . -
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F. D. HAISTEN,
' s - Phone 2051 - - .
buy aad sell sect ad hand Goods
A heavy discjunt on all 1
and j or tiers
w 21. ' 1 ' '
W. H. BOHNENKAMP,
HARDWARE, F URNI rURE, SASH AIJD
DOORS , V; :
CAR OF SHINGLES IN TODAY
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