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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 4, 1905)
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Yes, of course we have
watches, the very best
watches made. We alto
have Clocks, and every
thing in the Jewelry line
J II. PEARE.
Oid Jewelry mdto:iook lik new Repair work given prompt
Clocks taken care of ' f" attention.' '
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By Borippe Newt AMOcieticn i
Washington Aog. 4 According to
reporta received here fiom Ilanilla
with reference to the dleootered grafts
la the military supply department ol
which It wu stated that the books had
been falsfied to cover a shortage, cov
ering period of fonr years, InroMDg
I1C0.C30 the cbUf clork Wm FUevse has
beei Motenoed to crten mourns ior
.Una cases ol surgical , instrument.
stolen from the government Peal
Btangl waa eeatoced for righleea
months for the same charge and pri
vates Btrawser and Stone breaker of
the hospital service received five year
ROUGH MID DRUG Gli D
IF our responsibility of $187,000.00 is guarantee
:i enough, .;;',- - "'. ' : . .
IF our rate of interest on certificates of deposits ,
high enough. j -.
IF our ratejofiioterest on loans low enough,
IF the accemodations we afford ate satisfactory,
; IF you are not aiready a customer of this bank,
then we invite you to become one, - '
"WE guarantee you absolute tafety for your funds V
, if introjUod to our care. " ; - ; '
TT AVINO iwn 1A mn nt t U AA.
5 ': ; v vancement o! the interests' of La Grande and
r Union county we fell Justified in asking for
your banking business, and we will extend to
you all the accomodations"' your account ' will '
justify at aU times. Your loans will be restricted ' '
only by the security you offer and lha balance
you keep with this bank, t . .;,
V ' ...... Respectfully,
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Jjhc farmers1 and Uraders , ,
' , ofXa SramJ Oregon.
We have a lars stocK of Dul'J
hand in the yard at cur AV.!!.
qaanily to any place.
3 msi:rhl aiw-ys
Ve deliver in a-y
PRICE AND QUALITY GUAHANTLED.
-'! ' ' .' ' Vergers Phone
: Summerville, , -
Pendleton. Aog..4. There will be
little doing in Pendleton neat Sunday,
for at the meetlog of the ooonoll last
night a Bonday, closing ordinance,
aiming at the absolute saspenalon of
basinets on that day, waa adopted.
In eeverlty the new ordinance goes
mach farther than the state law npon
the abject, and la In a elan with, the
bice laws" of old New England. 'Not
only are all ordinary buainess houses
ordered dosed, but livery stables are
forbidden to let oat their teams and
rigs except for fanerala, or la eases of
mercy 1 or : neceaaity . 1 All : plaoea 01
amuiement are barred, drag stores
are forbidden to eell aught but ' medS
Ine. bakeries anvtoing bat bread, and
all e!aa Is prohibited except the ser
vice of undertakers and doctors. No
exceptions were made for meat markets
or for Ice ' factories, consequently ,
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neither may he aecarea upon me to-
bathdaT hereafter ' i
The draft of the Handay eloafng or-
tttnanM hmi hjtAti nraDared dnrlnz TS
terday, as was stated iat evening and
wtien routine, boainess wss . finished
last night waa daly presented. Oa bo
ing Crt read It wae ordered referred
to the ordinance oommlttee hich at
onoe reported favorably noon the law,
and it was then passed to its various
readings and adopted by a uaenimoua
vote. ' - '
"Joskph'Paimkr, J. W. Scriber, :
G. E. McCuttT,
TWO SPECIAL BARGAINS
1 KjH.'ir'; beautiful' nevv i!i!ns ia''0: .
-w- 'w-w s- tv t t rry T T T" "O
K XJ K rl 1, 1 W R 2
(; . Received today. ',
A carload direct from the eastern factories at prices never
quoted belore on this class of goods. Writijg desks;loyey
things in library, center and dining tables; mattresses that
bring fairy dreams. Get married and let me nt uj your
home for you. Easy installments il so desired.
W. H. i30HNENK AMP
Soeclal sale on ICE; CREAM FREEZERS
Yestsrday afternoon about five
o'clock word reached town that Eugene
the twelve year old son of Mr and Mrs
jAtnea MoCoy was drowned. IDr
Molitor was inramoned and at onoe
vAnk In tha rlvar vharn the Occident
oioarred and though he did all that
was tn his power to fan a apark of life
Into the inanimate body, his efforts
proved fruitless. The little fellow had
been to long in the water; 1 1 '
The story of the drowning ' Is the
same one which the nes papers are
foroed to chroniole every season. The
little fellow waa bathing and got In
over his depth, and before assistance
oould reach him be went down for the
third time. The ' funeral will take
place tomorrow morning at ten o'clock
at the Catholic, church,. Rev Father
Wbyte oOlclatlng. .1
OF A CHILD
13 acres adjoining towri, can be Irrigated,
, : Price, for cash, upon application.
420 acres near Cove, all fenced, good outside
range, 160 acres fine for fruit or , grain, well -watered.
Fine place for horse ranch. V
; Price upon application
All dav Tuesday the 4 year old son
of W W Weatherspoon, O R & N agent
at Pleasant Valley, played as was his
custom. In the evening he" complained
that be did not feel well. Die symp
toms Indicated headaobe and fever-
Bis oondition was not alarming until
yesterday morning when he grew" rap
idlv worse and died about S o'olock
O M Whitehead, dressed the body, In-
cased it In Ice and took the remains
to Baker City for shipment to Bummer,
vllle for burial. When the remains
arrived in Baker Citr an autopsy was
had and the physlolan stated the cause
of death was appendicitis. ,
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Pendleton Is tanildering the posslbll
llv of new motor cars to be placed on
the Harrlman and Hues is to inaugerate
campaign to have a oar placed on tne
ran between Pendleton and walla
Walla. La Grande might act likewise
with reference to the Elgin branch.
Xa Srande Snvostmont Co
Foley Hotel Building
La Grande, Oregon
Reservoir Stoves $7.50
Tents . 7.25
New Masonic Temple
! The Masonio gvaod lodge ot Oregon
bas purchased 100 by 100 leek -of
ground at the southwest eorner ot
West Park and Yamhill streets, from
Fred 8 8 ten ley and Robert Smith, for
(25,(100, and will ereot a . Masonic
temple on the site, says the Oregon
Daily Journal. The old Masonio tem
ple, at the eorner of Alder and Third
streets, wi'i probably, be sold and the
proceeds Invested in the new temple"! J
8TBAIED One black llorse, chunky
built, weight about 850 lbs. ttrand
ed x on left stifle i A suitable re-
: ward wilt be paid for luformation
., leading to his reoovery. : v
- Phone Black 681.
New and Desirable Hand Bags.
New Style Bruster Brown Belts.
Pretty Feather Fans' .
Tub Collars hi a variety of style.
; Street Hats.$l ; ' :
. Children's Underwear Ready Made.
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X.a Grande - ''; . : ? . ; ; Oregon
HEN RY &, CAPR Lj
Lady aasistalt, OallsJanswered day and nlgbt,
Phone No.e21. . ' :; 1
J.O.Henry, residence 684
! j J. J. Oarr, residence 388 . Uk uranae vregon s
1:30 and 7:30 p. m.
: ONE, WEEK STARTING
MONDAY, AUGUST, 14,
1:30 and 7:30 p. m.
: To Close Out $4 to $12.50
'...Easy payments., ., :'.' ,- .,
Bike Tires, guaranteed, $2.25 ' Inner Tubes $1.00
hicvcles Repaired. Bike Tirea and Supplies at lowest
prices. Upbolstering. Furniture and Stove Repamng. -Carpets
Cleaned and Laid., f r . -
1 F. Di HAISTEN,
Highest Prices Paid for Second Hand Goods J
LA GRANDE, OREGON
Auspices of Yellow liavk
Tribe No 23, I. 0. R.1 M.
The Famous Nat Reiss
: Attractions is a guar-
antee"; of J Excellence
Tbeir past record is an assurance "of
still greater,, achievements in 'the
..future, ".y- 'I :'" t-'i ':'-y' ''
This year they have added enough'
new features to make an entire new
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