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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 23, 1905)
Winter", knocking at th door. Witlma uncertain aound k.-
, demanding entrance everywhere 0una "
:oKltr,,.,0rv'hi,??: mbout W Suit and
tflZr1" Wtathar th. torm. of th.
- If there art an weak tpoU in your wardrobe we are here
to trengthen them with the - . ..
: - Dcst That's To Ce Mad -
. .Kiiiui nor? Known to
artistically, and they build them
.-. on honor,
Our furnishing come
manufacturer, ... . t
; " Money back If you want It"
,'. Thai I"th guarantee that goe with vry ale.
It i under these condition that we atk you to make thi your
Clothing Store. .
Dea'.erVln Wall Paper,
H AY, GRAIN
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i- Art our pecialtie. Our feed roller i , working steadily to supply
'-the demand for good feed. .We hare on hand a tot of fine wild and
itimothy bay : which we can tU you either by the bale or carload.
' The quality? but f uV i too well known to need description. We
have two wagon and all they have to do I to deliver your order a
. toon a it it received at th office., , ? . -
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ift-iEf FOWLER: i
aw j. " , ' , J
I i d .n:w ii HV-,'l''
ftruck and i
Transfer A j
Wood and Coal
- 'PHONE 16U .
Z AD order given prompt attention
0 J Sf,
the trade build our clothe
weU . and , the v buiki them -
the hand of the bert known
Of wall, paper will not be
lovrrulled by a higher court
if he decided that the. inter
for decorations furnished by
Staniel & Jarman and at
tached to your walla and
ceiling by their (killed art-,
tons, were the beet obtain
able for anywhere near
their prich. The pattern
w display, our tact ki
combining color and our
"tickig" ab.lity will bear
Paints, Oils, Class, Etc
- AND FUEL
It does not wrinkl . your -nose
and make you look older than
Holiday good ar beginning to
arrive. Best Hue ordered ever
brought to th city..
J, Hi PEARE.
Jewelry and Optician
CL01 ES CLEANED
' The am old ttand but new
I management Tak your uit to
J the same place, jnd have another
man clean and ies it the way it
should be. iiUr does the clean-
and pressing and doe it right An
other strong feature about his y
tem i that hi price ar correct
Remember the place, next door
to the commercial dub. Ladies
genU clothing cleaned, dyed, pre
ed and repaired.
W. E. Hrvy. .
bland Qfy Items
Mr. Fred Kiddle and Mr. John Scran
U n (pent Friday of last week visiting in
Mr. U. Q. Couch returned Saturday
morning from Portland, where h had
been for the past five weeks.
Mr. Walter Haller and little eon. of
Telocaset are visiting at thj htm of Mia
B Thomas. Mrs. Haller formerly lived
a jre where she ha many friend.
, Mr. Stagger, wif and daughter, de
parted Friday morning for their home in
Pa, after a Uesurely visit with relatives
in Island City and vicinity. They wi 1
make several atop at place of interest
The series of meetings conducted by
Rev. Mowerare well attended. May they
be productive of much good.
Mr. Ed Kiddle returned Sunday morn
ing from a business trip to Poryand.
The Basket Social given by the M. W.
A. was a complete success both socially
and financially. Mr. Taylor proved him-
tetf a skillful auctioneer. Th following
program wa rendered:
Instrumental Duet ...
, ... Mrs. Merton Kiddle and Netta Kiddle
Recitation Lizzie Faust
Vocal Solo :...Elva Qaskill
Instrumental Duet, Mandolin and Quitar
. Mr. and Mrs. Wm, Smith
Recitation ....;.;..:;.... Oma Ruckman
Instrumental Solo Kathleen Thomas
.......Misses Carrie and Pearl Hunter
Vocal Solo....... Mr. Merton Kiddle
Recitation ... ., .w.Elsa Couch
Vocal Dut Mr. and Mr. Smith
Mr. A. C McClellan of Baker City
visited old acquaintance her last week
; Mr, Elven Wilson and family, of Lander,
wyow are visiting menus ana rMtuv hi
Cove thi week.
Mr. Dudley PeaL of Wallowa, is visit
ing relative in thi city.
Mi VioletU Keller, who ha been In
La Grande the past two months, return
ed home Saturday evening.
D. M. Clark ha been on th sick list
th past -week.
Mr. Will Clark, of Alice), wa in Cove
Tuesday on business. ' '
. Mr. and Mr. Tom Harvey were in Cove
Monday and Tuesday on business.
Mrs, Miller, of Union, is visiting her
mother, Mr. Stackland, in Cove this
week. : '"..
Mr., and Mrs. DeVore, - of Medical
Springs, ar visiting friends in Cove this
Dr. S. L, Corpe and wife were La
Grande visitor Monday.
-Albert Adam is now at work on his
new barn. It is a wonderful improvment
to hi place. ' . ;
Mrs.'Lard.irf Union, is visiting in Cove
Mr. Heulat. of La Grande, ' is
city on business. . v :
The Dorca society met at Mr. Lou
Bloom' Thursday afternoon.
Our thelve are loaded with Interesting
Book. .You would Ilk to read hand-
omely bound book by popular author.
Look them over. Nbwum Drdo Company.
A Cff rplng Dih. H
Blood poison creeps up toward ' the
heart, causing death. 4V-. E. ' Steam.
BU Plain, Minn, write that a friend
dreadfully Injured hi hand. which
swelled up like blood poisoning.. ..iBuck-
len' Arnica Salve drew out th .poison,
healed )h wound,, and saved hi life
Best in to world for oume and ores.
26c at Newlin's Drug Store. '
Thprtcof a pretty face 1 $1.0 OV
three package of ' Hsllistar - Rocky
Mountain Tea bring red lip( bright eyes
and lovely color. 56 cents. Tea or Tablet.
. Newun Druo Co.
Healthy, happy babies. Mother say
that, polluter' Rocky Mountain Tea Is
the greatest baby medicine in th world
Make them strong,- well and ativA4.56
cent. Tea or Tablet. Niwlin Druo Co,
Klrvdergatteri , Wo k. s ,
Is there any young lady who would like
to tak a t fining from 10 to II each
morning? If so pleas call upon Mr. J
M. Agnew at Kindergarten room. 1
I Centennial Hotel
" '; Under new management
Board and Room $6 per week, cash.
Meaie 2Scta. Special rate furnished
monthly patron. No. M 1 7 Adam Ave
Phone Na 1161. ' r -.
Mrs. W, E. Murchisow. proprietress. ,
ft 1 .' 11
Wiod! Wood! Wood!
Good dry wood delivered
to any part of th city.
ANY LENGTH, ANY KINO,
Special prices on quantity
order. No order too
r ? .
; , large or to small -.
jaRVe Bcaveri, Red 1441
Dr. C. E. Hawke, formerly of Portland
has located in 'Jiis city and expects to
make hi future home here. He has
rented one of the cottages near the court
house and hs a suite of office rooms in
the Sommer block on Adams Avenue.
The doctor made the change from Port
land on account of his health.
To send away. A very pretty custom is
that of sending to distant friends little
tokens such as th souvenirs w handle.
We are showing a beautiful line of
souvenir and a visit to our store will be
most interesting to you, for here you'll
find photographs of local scene, burnt
leather novelties and souvenir post cards
Newun Druo Co. '.
Notice ol Sentiment
As we have told th Horseshoe Chop
House we will consider it a favor if those
in debt to us will please call and settle
on or before December 1, 1906. ' All a&
count due the Horseshoe prior to Nov
ember 6, 1906, kre due and payable to
us, and we will pay all accounts owed by
th firm prior to that date.
, . L. S. and W. W. Pollock.
You will always find us accommodating.
Try us and see if we are not ever ready
to oblige, and our prices ar right
A. T. Hill, prescription druggist
Service .. -
Thi drug store trie to serve every
customer so well that they will not think
of going elsewhere for drug store goods.
A. T. Hill, Prescription Druggist
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets.
They are easy to take and produce no
griping or other unpleasant effect Sold
by Newlin Druo Co,
. We hav a fine line of Baskets
and Canoe made by Mexican and
Canadian Indians which ar the
most artistic ever .offered to
. th trad in thi city.' Fill one
I with candy and present it to your
j wife or sweetheart, and after eat-
ing the candy she can use it for a
: handkerchief or glove box or fof
! an ornament The price rang
from 38 cent to $2.00. Just the
thing for holiday gift. i
j J. R. OLIVER.
V N JoN KIU NT Y
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Farm Lo'D i Specialty
Best equipped abstracter In Union
county. Many year experience '
with the Union county record
give m a great advantage. It ,
is folly to purchase raal stat
'without first securing ' a proper
abstract An abstract from my
office will (how th titl just a
it appear on th official record.
). R. OLIVER,
I.A 'vKAHDB, OREd N ,
Room SI Sommer, Building ' '
Jfepairs Ftrictly Fittclass
'lins rtvsttH k'-d .
K'ys fitted to door Loks'
. WM.. AGNEW
Uhc farmers and U 'radars
Liability of Shareholders .
For the protection of it depositors! Depositors of thi Bank ar ac
corded such liberal treatment as shall be in keeping with the character
and value of their accounts. We would be pleased to have your account
O. E. McCULLY.
; , Asst. Cashier,
FARMS FOR SALE J
l THE GRANDE R0MDE VALLEY
J 200 Acres with good improvements, all tillable land, J
3 mile from railroad station and 14 miles from ' '
- La Grande, Oregon r '.- . ' ' Price $40 per acre
400 acres with good improvement, nearly all tillable .
land, about three mile from th railroad and 14 - i
mile from La Grande. Price $58 per acre
160 Acre about I mile from the railroad and 14 '
mile (ram La Grand. No buildines.. .
S00 Acre, on mil from the town of
J ' miles north of La Grande and 3 miles from the -
railroad. All tillable land. No building Price $35 per acre
60 Acre, tame class land as the above and adjoining Price $33 per acre
480 Acre. 2 mile from th railroad, and 18 . miles .
' from La Grand. Qood barn and tmall house,
.- ,. well watered. ' All good land
66 Acre, three and half mile from
. under cultivation. . No buildings .
.160 Acres, 6 mile from La Grande. Oood grain land.
". No building ' ...
,160 Acres, 12 mile faoir) La Grande, 2 miles from the
railroad, firstclas improvements
)000 Acres 0 mile from Lit Grande, nearly all in cult
: ivation, all good land ' .
Xa Srando Investment Co.
FOLEY HOTEL BUILDING ;
Union Woolen Mills Indian Robes
We have received a consignment of Union Fleece Wool
Indian Robes which we have nn sale. These robe'' are
snitable for couch covers, steamer rober and oma-
mental for Indian corner. Th price range it.from
$8.50 up -
i HENRY tS6 OARR
I HOUSE FURNISHERS
J. C. Henry, residence 664
READY ACXESS TRUNK
TJ AJSING the cover brings every
comer within reach without re
movinf trays. Save X the time of
an ' ordinary frank to pack or un
pack. Easy to operate. Nothing to
get out of order.; Will stand all th
knock and hard vsags of traveling.
Costs no mors than a common trunk.
' 8tUt at-.., ..,..$5.00 aed.
D V 1
Rejuvenates all ttiini about the house
From cellar to garret V
Wears like Iron.
W. H. BOHNENKAMP,
J A PA
J. W. SCRIBER,
T. J. SCROOGIN,
- Asst. Cashier
Price $35 per acre 2
Summerville. J 5
La Grande, all
Price $42 per acre
Price $76 per acre
Price $25 per acre
Price $65 per acre
LA GRANDE, OR
AND . UNDERTAKERS
J. J. Carr, residence 886
Supported bed spring $2.40
Unsupported bed epring 1.66
Mattresses, good ones 2.50
2 saddles, choice 3.00
Remmington typewriter 40.00
15 cros cut saws 60c to 3.50
Hall rack' : ; ' 3.60
2 offlc chair 8.60-6.00 .
Kitshen Treasure 8.25
A fin line of crockery at half
F, D. Haisten,
PHONE RED 1161 ;'
Highest price paid for Second ,