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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 21, 1905)
W6 arc' in tite NikriUt to a-kf :
quality of firstclass Timothy
and Wild Hay. VVc pay the high
est prices of any buyers..
Oregon ;. ; Produce Company ;j
Ready For Busiuess
WITH A flLL LINE Of fEED, HAY AMD GRAIS
W ar ready to buy all kind of hay and grain, and pay the highest
v market price. r ' '
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A SPLEIMDID INVESTMENT
Is a mVz ;dlch will build up your own ton
' and country. '
The Aurelfa Miriir-g ;
Now offers the first block of stock' of KJOOOal
; shares at 5c per share. The cdiripatiy' has
400,000 shares of stock available for the Je
velopement of the Standard Mines, which wilt !
be done conservatively, and as f4st as poslble.
for further Information call on -
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NO. -tacts' '
OpitaL ... :
Liability 61 Shareholders
For the protection of its depositors! Depositor of thi Bank arV"ac
corded such liberal treatment a sliall M' in keeping with thehractr
and value of their account. W' would be ;pleaaJto";.haf 'your ac
count ' 7 , . . ., ' '
' ; ' . SCRIBER,
.7 .- i- . . Cashier.1
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Asst. .Cashim ".
O. E. McCUtlY
"Baby Incubator j
Up at Oro Fino they have an interest
ing little piece of flesh and bones three
weeks old and weighing but 1 pounds.
People returning from Portland had
sung the praises of the baby incubater at
the fair, but when the doctor was called
three months ago to attend to a 7-month
boy, weighing one pound, he had not the
time nor the money to send to Portland
for an incubaeor. Accordingly, he wrap
ped the tiny child in cotton and blankets
and placing it in a basket, suspended the
basket just below the stove-pipe, at an
elbow where the heat reaches it from the
stove below, and the pipe above and from
the pip on one side. .
Night and day the father keep the fire
going, and several times a day the tem
perature of the little basket is recorded.
Should it be below 1 00 degrees, more
wood and a little more draft bring up the
temperature to the required mark. '
At first the doctor did not think the
child could possibly live. But a nurse was
secured, and she taught the little one to
eat, day by day it has been gaining. Sun
day it was just three weeks old and
weighed pounds. When but a few
days old the nurse took a ring frtfm her
finger and slipped it on the child's arm.
It dropped right to the shoulder, and
when the arm wa lowered, the ring was
so loose it fell off.
Off For Naples
Mr. and Mr. U L. Carter received a
telegram today from their daughter Flor
ence stating that she would tail for
Naples the 21st inst. Miss Carter has
been studying journalism in New York for
the past year.; Her. .friends ..wish her a
pleasant voyage. Baiter City Herald.
Miss Carter is well known in this city
having held the position of ttenographer
at Mayor Slater's office for some time.
Her many friends her wish her success.
Ceo. W. Boschk chief engineer for the
O. R. & N. company, was in Elgin Wed
nesday,' Mr. Boschk wa on his return
from Wallowa county; where h wa in
specting the proposed route which the O.
tk N. Co. will follow into that valley.
It is thonght that a soon as Mr, Boschke
makes his report that the contract for
the construction of the road from the
mouth of the Wallows river to Joseph
will b let
71 G. E. FOWLER j
Wood and Coal
;: ; PHCNE ' 1 6 fl ;
J All order given prompt attention
CL01 ES CLEAKEt)
The same old stand but a' new
management Take your suit to
th tarn place, and have' another
man clean and pre it th way it
should be. Harvey does the cloaiH
and pressing and doe it right An
other strong feature about hi sys-
' tern i that hi price are . correct
2 ' Remember th ptac, next door
J-to th commercial club. Ladies
geot clothing c Waned, dyed, pre'
J ed and rnJrd. 1
W. E. Harvey.
The La Grande National Bank
REPORT OF CONDITION NOVEMBER 9, 190S
. RESOURCES " ' LIABILITIES
Loans and Discounts ..'. $612,016 22 Capital stock , $100,000 00
United States Bonds 50,000 00 Surplus ...: .... 20.000 00
Real Estate, Furniture and- Fixtures 17.935 00 Undivided profit 40.SM 13
Due from banks and U. S. treasury 74,611 20 Circulation 60.000 00
Cash on hand . 68.981 23 Deposits " .....:.....':! "..$ 18.029 62
Total . $823,543 65, Total $823,543 65
, . OFFICERS HD DIRECTORS
GEORGE PALMER, President. F. L. MEYERS, Cashier. '
GEORGE L. CLEAVER. Assistant Cashier. W. L. BRENHOLTS, Assistant Cashier.
J. M. BERRT?, a! B, CONLEY, C. C. PENINGTON, . F. J. HOLMES. F. M BYRKIT.
With ample capital, large experience, and unsurpassed facilities, we offer you absolute security for your
deposits; and solicit your banking business, promising you courteous treatment and every liberalty
consistent with conservative banking. ; -
(Scrlpps New Association)
London Nov. .20 Another remarkable
demonstration of the unemployed poor,
showing their .dissatisfaction of th at
titude assumed by the government to
ward th relief made today, ' thousands
of men marched through th streets to
Hyde Park where they held a meeting.
Violent speeches were made and resolu
tion were presented declaring "An
unending, war on the capitalist system.'
Thar has been no disorder.
You will always find us accommodating.
Try us and see if we are not ever ready
to oblige, nd our price are right
A. T. Hill, ' prescription druggist
Notice ol Settlement .
As w have sold the Horseshoe. Chop
House we will consider it a favor if those
in debt to u will please call and. settle
on or before December 1, 1905 AH ac
counts due the Horseshoe prior to Nov
ember 6, 1905, are due and payable to
ut, and w will pay alt accounts owed by
th firm prior to that dat. . 7 .
. ? . 7 L. S. and W. W. Pollock,
Dr. C. E. Hawke. formerly of Portland
Ha located m this city and expect to
make his future horn her. He hat
rented one of the cottages near the court
house and has a suite of office rooms in
Hi Sommer block on Adam Avenue
The doctor made the change from Port
land on account of his health. :
But not Chtap Mea
Having purchased the Bock & Thomas
shops and also the Bull market we are
in position with th three shops, fcj furnish
our patrons with choice meats at a less
price than if we had only one shop. It is
not our intention to ' raise the price on
meats, but it is our intention to reduce the
price,- and thereby hop to increase our
trade. A trial order will convince you of
Adam Ave. between Grandy and Depot
Adams Ave. between Elm and Fir.
Fir st. between Jefferson and Adams Ave.
Main 50 Main 78 Main 70
Our shelve ir loaded with Interesting
Book. , You would like to read hand
somely 'bound book by popular author.
Look them over. Newlin Druo Company.
When you want a pleasant physic try
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets.
The art easy to take and produce no
griping or other unpleasant effect. Sold
by Ngwtnv-DRuo Co.
Th price of pretty fce ( $1.00
three' package of Hsllister's . Rocky
Motihtain Tea bring red lip, bright eyes
and lovely color. 16 cents, Tea or Tablet.
'. Newlin Druo Co,
IU H HURRY?
THE TRANSFER MAN
H will tak ' that trunk to the De
pot or your horn in le tim than
it take to tell it
. Wagon always at your service
Charge" moderate. Day phone. B
' 1792, night phone. R 12. . v
When you wish , a nice juicy roast or a
tender steak, or a piece of boiling meat
or pot roast just phona Main 48, and
you will soon have exactly what you de
J. BULL CO.
Phone Mam 48. Remember the phone
on tn directory a Boss Meat Market
Healthy, happy babies. Mothsr say
that Hollister't Rocky Mountain Tea i
the greatest baby medicine in the wtrld
Makes them strong, well and active. 35
cents, Tea or Tablet. Newlin Druo Co.
e iairs Stricily Fi stclass
' tins re-storked
K ys fitted' to door lb ks
Amm Aei ne
fARMS fOR SALE
IN THE GRANDE RQMBE VALLEY
200 Akre with good Improvements, all tillable land,
3 miles from railroad station and 1 4 miles from
La Grande, Oregon
400 acres with good improvements, nearly all tillable
' land, about three miles from the railroad and 1 4
miles from La Grande. '
160 Acres about 8 miles from the railroad and' 14
miles from La Grand. - No building
200 Acres, one mile from the town of Summerville. 15
mile north of La Grande and 3 miles from the
railroad. All tillable land. No building .
60 Acres, same class land as th above and adjoining Price $35 per acre
480 Acres, 2 miles from the railroad and 15 miles
from La Grande. Good barn and small house,
- well watered. All good land
65 Acres, three and half mile from La Grande, all
under cultivation. No buildings-
160 Acres, 6 miles from La Grande'. Oood grain land.
160 Acre. 12 mil faom La Grande, 2 mile from the
. railroad, firstclass improvements
1000-Acre 9 miles from La Grande, nearly all In cult
ivation, all good land
Price $40 per acre
Price $38 per acre
Price $35 per acre
Price $35 per acre
Price $42 per acre
Price $75 per acre
Price $25 per acre
Price $63 per acre
jCa Srando Snvestment Co
J FOLEY HOTEL BUILDING ' LA GRANDE, OR
Supported bed springs $2.40
Unsupported bed springs 1.65
Mattresses, good ones ' 2.60
2 saddles, choice , S.00
Remmlngton typewriter 40.00
16 cross cut saws 60c to 3.50
Hall rack 3.60
2 office chairs 3.60-5.00
Kitchen Treasure 3.25
READY ACXESS TRUNK
OAISING the cover tarings every
corner within reach without re
moving tniys. Saves H th tim of
an ordinary trunk to pack or un
pack. Easy to operate. Nothing to
get oat ol order. Will standi all th
knock and hard nsage of traveling..
"Cost no mora than a common trmuk,
. u etytu at... $5.00 -a
A fine line of ctockery at half
. prici ,
F, D. Haistcn,
PHONE RED 1161
Highest prices paid for Second
D V T V d V I
r v All Colors
Rejuvenates all thin about the house
froth cellar to garret
Wears like Iron.
W. H. BOHNENKAMP,
I A P A L A C