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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 10, 1905)
CITY COUNCIL HAD
A SHORT SESSION
ROUGh AND DRESSED
L U MB ER
We have a large stock of Building material always on
hand in the yard at cur Mill. We deliver In any
quanity to any place.
price: and quality guaranteed.
Yes, of course we have
atohes, the very best
watches made. We aleo
have Clocks, and every
thing in the Jewelry line
J. II. PEARE.
Contract Made with Carnival for Use;!
Old Jewelry made to look like new Repair work given prompt
Clocks taken care of , attention.
IF our responsibility of $137,000.00 ia guarantee
IF our rate of interest on certi6cates of deposits '
IF our rateofintemt on loans low enough,
IF the accomodations we afford are satisfactory, '
IF you are not airettdy a customer of this bank,
tuen we invite you to become one,
WE guarantee vou absolute 6afety for your funds
, if intrusted to our care.
HAVING given 14 years of service to the Ad.
vancement of the interests of La Grande and
Union county we fell justified in asking for
your hauking busiuess, and we will extend to
you ail the accomodations your account will
justify at all times. Your loans will be restricted
only by the security jou offer and the balance
you keep with this bank.
Uhe farmers and Tjraders
of jCa Sranct Oregon.
JosephJPalmek, J. W. Sckibek, G. E. McCuixy,
President. Cashier. Asst. Cashier.
TWO SPECIAL BARGAINS
13 acres adjoining town, 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.
Price upon application
$ I Xa Srande investment Co.
Foley Hotel Building La Grande, Oregon
New Muttresses $2.50
Dresser 6 35
Reservoir Stoves $7.50
To Close Out $4 to $12.50
Bike Tires, guaranteed. $125 Inner Tubes $J.OO
Bicvcles Repaired. Bike lireb and Supplies at lowest
prices Tupuolsteriu. Furniture and Stove Repairing.
Carpets Cleaned and Laid .
F D. HAISTEN,
Pbone R d 1161
Highest Prices Paid for Second Hand Goods
The city council met In an adjoaraed
tession lait evening. The principal
business was tba passage of an ordin
ance eatabliahiog atrtet gradei over
quite a aectton of lh city which will
be publish In a few dajs.
Another ordinance was presented
and passed prohibiting the construction
oi wooden awnings or porcbei in cer
tain limits, practically the business
The water committee was Instructed
to advartlee for bids for 200 or : more
cords of wood to be ' delivered to tbo
city pumping plant.
The committee who bare been wrest
ling with the adjustment of the grade
on 6th street and atked for farther
The committee annotated to oofi-
Iraot with the Carnival oompany for
the use of the atreets. . reported that
they made the same rate as waa made
Summerville,- j Oregon
last year, IIPO and the reets were to 2tl
be cleaned and left in proper condition j
The committee appointed to inves'i- , r-51
5i?biegwfh,r!he c'uoTy IBPfiks
rental of the city ball or court house
with reference to the intorsnre. In
other words ia case of ita destruction
by fire whether or not the county
would be nnder obligations to replace
it. This waa the written op'nion of
the osmns lttee which consisted of
Mayor Slater and city attorney Ivan
ho This question was brought up
with reference as to who should carry
the inanrance Under tbla opinion
the olty will osase to carry the insu
ranee until the property reverts baok
to the city at the exiirt on of the fif
teen year lease by the county . '
A temporary water rate ot$12;0
per month was made to the Maabnld
Miss Georgia White, aged It,
drowned tereit at Missoula, because
ber ruotr.er would not let h.r atteod u
Since May 24, 17. persons hive
;droned In the Wil,mette and con
tlguous streams. Two of the ocur
: rencea were doubla diowuiins
The number of pat lent r ut the" btate
insane asylum inoreiti-ed from IJ'O to
1377 during July. Th-? cost of main
tenauce was $10.79 percapiu.
At Betliogbam, Wa6hinVu, Japan
' ese and white meu employed at a can-
Bcautlful new things In
A carload direct from the eastern lactone at prices never
quoted belore on this class of goods. WritiJg desks; lovely
things in library, center and dining tables; mattresses that ,
brine fairv dreams. Get married and let me fit up your
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Iiuiuo ioi luiii Aaoj tu.wuuiruw uinw.
W.' H. BOHNENKAMP,
Special sale on ICE CREAM FREEZERS
By Sorippa News Association
San Fraicico August 10 Jimmy;
Butt trday accented the Colina clubs i ner? Da( a fre tight. One wlilie man
offer of a pant of $20,000 and $10,0K) iand four Japanese were t .dly luj'ued
for picture priveligee to 6;ht Nelson A D McQueen, a r'onl nd mining
to a fiuieb on Septernbir 8lb. The "man, bad hi pocket p i ked of a cube
battle is to be pulled off in a rucfl-esjof gold worth NO wtuebb- hs in the
just across the Sao Francisco
C. W. B. M.
The Christian Woman's l!0ard of
Miesiona of Central Cburoh will meet
with Mrs. A O lietrman in Old Town
tomonow at2p m , M 1 88 Lad d, leader.
The Spokesman-Review says: "the
statistical department of the office of
the secretary of state of Washington
based opoa the school census, estimates
the present population of the state of
Washington at 874,810."
Tba United btates census in 1900
gave the population of that atate at
51H.1C3. The above figures makes the
gain in population of Washington in
flee years of 356,207. .
habit of carrying and xMbittng
John H Nolan, .-hl-f clerk cf the
lana registry onire i ,
suicided by (hooting ttirjuubthe heei.
No family or financial .eaaons a;
Foity cows belonging to 'ha s'a
insane asylum at Sulem, t.avo heen
condemned as having tubeculoiti
The animals to 'eplace them are cost
ing fvom 125 to 835 d?llarN each
New and Desirable Hand Bags.
New Style Bruster Brown Belts.
Pretty Feather Fans
Tub Collars hi a variety of style.
Don'toverwork In hot weather, buy your
Children's Underwear ReadyMadc.
E M. WELLMAN & CO
la Gra de - Oregon
Aflwdsnd wimlstirm swept (he
Tsnana valley, AIhsrh. during an un
expected raise in ihe liver, which ren -
dered 700 to 1000 I on elefa iu Ch- ca,
and destroyed considemlle prorerty. ,
Constable Jones reports to tl e pro-' fj J
vlnclal police that th.T' is open traffic I r? J J
in full blood and balf br ed Indian
girls in the country at out (. ape iJudtte 1 'J:
B O, In which white men re interested. .
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HENRY S6 CAPR
- JLutly flf-fietaLt
Oallanswered day and nigbt,
Phone No, 2l.
Henry, residence 664
Cnrf, rosi1eace 388 v La Grande Oregon
1:30 and 7:30 p. m.
ONE- WEEK STARTING
MONDAY, AUGUST, 14,
1:30 and 7:30 p. rn.
LA GRANDE, OREGON
Auspices of Yellow Hawk
Tribe Mo. 23, I. 0. R. M.
The Famous Mat Reiss
Southern Carnival Co.
Attractions is a guar
antee of Excellence
Their past record is an assurance of
still greater achievements in the
This year they have added enough
new features to make an entire new
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The Most Complete
in the World
THREE BIG FREE ACTS
3, 3:30,;4 m. 9, 9:30, 10 p. m
HIGH TIRE DIVER
TAN ARAKEES SLIDE FOR LIFE
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