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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 27, 1905)
Money, Saving Paint
Money taring in painting doem't mean
tb utt of chtap-by-h-llon paint. It
means the hh of fir-jul!ty paint
paint that will coyer moat turf act to th
gallon, that will spread eaejr and eare
th painttra' time, that will wear well
and put o9 lot the loo grit time the need
for re-painting. ' t
The Sherwin-Williams Paint
ia mean earing paint. It
aurfaca to the gallon became it if ground
exceptionally fine and it thoroughly
mixed. For the saane reuon, it ipread
caaieet and aarea the paiotera' time.
.It wear longeat becauat It i mad
from the beet material,, to thoroughly
. combined that they become Inseparable,
and hold together on th building for
the tagcet time. ' When you buy Th
Sherwin-Williame Paint you buy ecooo
qr. W tell it. Color card free.
STANIFIS &. J ARM AN.
Dealers In Wall Paper, Paints, Oils, Glass, Etc
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ROUGH AfcN D LRiE S S E D f3
Mouldings, Etc. I
' W hit 1 . X ' Building material aiwys on 1
kind tt the , yard at our Mill. We deliver in any jj
quartity to any place.
PRICE AND QUALITY GUARANTEED.
A mot her 'a lov for her on Induced
Mr Lesll It 8b, wife of th wore
taty of th treasury, to journey from
bar hoot la, lose to Seattle in an
effort to induce Earl, bar 21-y ear-old
boy, to leare bi poaltlon a laborer
at the Broad street dock and return to
Washingtot, where b may lira a
flttii.g bi father' posi'lon. Mr Snw
arrival bar tonight, accoropaiilod by
br daughter, and tu mat at th
I depot by JCarkla reeoone to a mess
from tb eorlry.
While h wss glad to see his mother,
Karl ill not return with her. In
faot, It la Mid on of tb attraction
la Seattle la tb pretty cigar-stand
girl at th Rainier-Grand.
Earl, who has been wayward and
fond of th world, la aald to bar.
caueed bi parant much worry. A
year ago fa cam wt and went to
Alaska. Unable to find work fa
ngagtd a a roustabout on a Biding
schooner In th north and afterward
became a waiter on one of the' boat
haa been having a good time. He ha
been induttrloa and when tb ahlp
be worked on a a waiter arrived here
yoong tthsw waa the only member of
the crew retained on It payroll. He
was given a Job ohacktng flab la and
out of the warebona and apend eight
hour eaoh day on tbe dock
Hi mother, pleading to return
home either to Dea Motnea or Wash
Ington will avail nothing, " the boy
ay, a b 11 ae the wt and can
make money enonga here to have fan
on and that 1 all he want.
. The " German ! . gererenisai I w.iU
orobablv adopt tbe1 wlreleee
telearapbr to prevent railway ecoidente.
Two yar ago exbauetlr praetloal
experiment war commenced and
eantinnad ootil recently on tbe
military railway leading from Berlin
ta Zoasn. TelreraDb station were
fitted op" with transmitter and
ramtvara. whi I tb train Wre
eqalppei wita tbe earn apparatoa.
Ordinary telegraph wire along in
track were aaed to facilitate the work.
-The experiment proved that tb
atatioaa could at any time com muni
rat with a train running at fall pd
and earn jt of Impending danger. Tbe
ase of wirelese telegraphy In thl
eonneotlon would especially faf guard
train oa on track railaay
It I not espectad that th . expense
of supplying tbe neoeiaary apparatoa
will be much beyond th budget
allowodeaoh yeiir for repairing old
signals and Introducing new inventions
which aim to protect life and limb in
rail)? travel. ;. ,
EXCELSIOR " HEATERS, COOK
STOVES AND RANGES
, Lost Two Cows.
A few day ago Mr England the
proprietor )f tbe Spring Brook dairy
bail an experience wblcb he will sot
soon forget. One forenoon be turned
out hi herd oa tbe alalia pasture and
in lea than an hour an attendant dla-
oovertd a oow bloating and before tbe
Ave head were afflicted, two of which
died. Alfalfa bloat ia common
amony atock, when turned in up
on damp alfalfa! and tb common
remedy ia to tap t'im by stabbing
them in the aid and letting the' gaa
out. Tbla li always effective
"Th man who loves his wife the most
Is noljthe'ono to let her roast"
These hot days, in kitchen OTerheated by. a sweltering
tOTw.Oat oat the family wash day. Send your laundry
tf.ua. Savea wood, time and energy. Don't burn up
a lovely disposition. Bend your linen, all of it to
PHONE i Main 7
La Grwiie. Oregon.
THE CITY GROCERY AMD BAKERY
Offers customers the best of everything in the
line of fRESH VEGETABLES, FRUITS, GROCE
RIES, PROVISIONS, ETC., at prices as low as in
ferior goods can be purchased. Good things to
eat can always be bad at THE CITY GROCERY
AND BAKERY. If your appetite "goes back'? on
you, visit our store and you are certain to find
something that will please your palate.
If you haven't been trading with us, why not
give us a trial order? We can please you.
Once a customer always a customer.
POLACK, the Grocer.
PHONE, MAIN 75.
Just Received direct from the factory and will
"". for cash at (he lowest prices ever offered m La
: before, j, Call and see (hem..
" . Heaters from $2.50 to $18.00
' C00K Stoves from $8.50 to $30.00
Ranges from $32.50 to $45.00
:M RUGS AND CARPETS-Positively lowest prices offered.
Rus 25 cents up. . ,
. TO CLOSE OUT v .
Pint Fruit Jars, 50 centsj quarts, 60 cents half gallons
7$ cents a dozen. " Five gallon lub of paint $3.50.
F. D. HAISTEN,
' V. . .. ..'Phone Red 1161 : :,;' , ;. '' ' ':
Highest Prices Paid for Second Hand Goods
Pleased Baker City
The Klpgsbory A Welty Co. last
night preented at the opera house to
a large audience Isadora Wltmark'a
oomio opera, ul'h Ubaperons" under
the mosloal direction of Max Flcband
ler. Frwtty girl, bright, fresh face.
brilliant ooelumas, basdaome stage
ettings, oatchy and Interesting musio,
and there you liav It. Geo Lydeoker,
the baritone, who I a muiolan,
easily led tbe men for honor In the
part of Tom Schnyeler, tbe American
tadeot of vocal music" at th Paris
conservatory, and Doria Goodwin a
Violet Bmllax, the ward of Adam
Hogg, carried off tbe honor of the
ladiea. Mis Goodwin 1 petite,
prlgbtly and tbe possessor of a fine
oprano voice. She made an lostanta
eoua bit with' Lydeoker. The
eomedians and tb support were, ex
cellent throughout. The oborua waa
wall balanced and uiually good.
Democrat Htewatd's Opera houae, Oct
Practically no progress haa been
made toward Sad log a man who .will
make tb fight agalnat McCIellaa for
mayor of New York. Tbe latect
declination comes from Marti a 'W
Littleton, president oi tbe "Brooklyn
A snoemaker la ai whole-soled man
and generally well heeled.
A baker can alway raise the dough.
A butcher can always contrive to
make both end meat. .
A hatter 1 sure to be a block ahead
of all other men.
A huckster baa no trouble with tbe
police In making a good living out of
A baby oarrlage manufacturer never
falls to push hi business.
A bairdraer, as a ral. does
thriving buatoes In combination
A newspaper man rarely fail to get
his paper on the atreet.
An electrician la alway potted on
Katie I hereby given, that the
uaderslgaed baa been appointed
KxeewWlx, under the. last. Will aad
Testament of Isoaaa Uarrla, deeeaaed.
and ail pewaona havlnsi elalm agalnat
th eeUta of aald l. erased, are v
c,aid to preetot Ue asm, property
verified, to tbe andersigoed, at bar r
eldenoe, In L Grand, Oregon, or at
tbe Otlic Of F. B. Ivanhna. her
attorney, on or before aix month
rroa this date.
Dated at Lm Graade. Omimn. Ben.
Umber 6tb, 1906.
Kxefntrlx of tha Uit Will aiwITatl.
ment of Isaac Harris, deoeaeed, ,4X1
Civil War Veterans
Veterans of the civil war are dying
at tbe rat of BOO per month, aooord
ing to the report of the commissioner
of pensions. This report give the
total number of veteran who bav
died dnrlng th year a 6,000.
OUR FREE DELIVERY
Usa your 'phone and let oor free de
livery service benefit you. It may be
that you have never been into our
tore, but that make no difference,
w eltall be Just a pleased to deliver
anything yon want as if you wer oar
regular customer. iou'U Bbd our
good and price ratisfactory, w are
NEWL1N DRUQ CO.
. Startling Mortality
8tatistloa ahow atartllng mortality
from appendicitl and pentontti. To
prevent and cure tbee awful diaeaMs,
there Is lust one reliable remedy. Dr.
King's Sew Lite PI1U. M FUnnery,
ol 14 Custom House Place, Chicago.
! Tbevbateno eanal for Vm.
mpauon ano uiiiouanees " . JDo ail
ms li. - , . r
cewam vni vo. wruggus.
Catering to . the wsols . of
our worthy patrona.we have
at last satisfied the conitant
demand made opon nt for
high grade tailor made suit
for gentlemen. In .making
oht selection we have been'
content with nothing ehort:
of the"bestV and now invite
all "swell dressers" of La
Grande and vicinity to call
and inspect our magnify
eient liue of woolens . for
fall and winter trade. Stop
a monent, when passing,
and read our guarantee.
It will certainly interest
you. : . s.. i
Remember we are located in
the Haworth building, 1316
Adans Ave. Don't forget
we are tbe only people in
the northwest who can
"make'' your uuderwear.
It is superior to anything
on the market.
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BetterLnmber and Chwper than it io sold in ;
" La Grande. .We Deliverpt toyour Building. '
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Grande Ronde Lumber Co.
f PERRY, OREGON. .
, '500; ;l;lRM. FOR SALE :
Tbs farm is only 15 miles from' ta Grar.de, on tb,e Elgin
bianch of the i 6, j$, & N. Bailroa.d, at the Rinebart apur.'
It wjU make several good homes, and will be sold in small
traets if desired.There- are three different young bearing
orchards, andUro gootl houses , on the place. ; In a good
school district.free from debL ' Terms easy. ' ; .1
k Address. HENRY RINEH ART.
. f:l . t SUMMERVILLE, OREGON.
Or call at the farm for full particulars.
LA GRANDE IRON WORKS
0mpiete Machine Shops and Foundry
I, f '-' J 1 .'91..'' t' r f ,,;, (j- . - "'
General Blacksmith , Horse Shoeing and Wagon Work
Manufacturer of The Fitzgerald Roller Feed Mill
The La Grarjde;
r Report of condition, Aug. 15, 1905
Loans and Discounts ..........$58i;,244 86
United States Bonds 2S.000 00
js.eai iisiaif rurnuure Jf ixt'
Due from banks and U.S.tres
Cash on Hand
336a a 20
" $73ii52S 7
Capital 'Stock? $,00,000 ot
Undivided profits ,2 2r.i ,a
Deposits.... . 554,270 68
" " Total w
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS
;. George Palmer, President
Geo. L. Cleaver, Assistanr Cashier.
J. M. Berry,
F.'L. Meyers, Cashier.
. , VV. Is. ;Brenhblts4 Assistant Cashier
Holmes: i F, M. Byrkit ? .
With ample; capital, large experience and unsurpassed faiilitW . .
security for your deposits; and solicit i'
t tr?atmni evcr b?yonsistcnt with connive Ba ?