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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 10, 1906)
Li te'a f venlnj Cscner
NnV KEATING STOVES AT 20 per cent DISCOUNT
" $2.75 18mAirTht HeaUr, - now $2.20 i
3.50 50 in . " - now ; 2.80 ..
4.35 23 in " " now " 3.60
4.95 18 in Cast Top, Screw Draft Heater now ; 4.00
. 6.50 20 in - " " " " no 6 55
"1155 21 in Model Heater, Kickle trimming- now 9.00 -
1555 22 in Magic Steel Parlor Heater now 12.25
18.00 24 m - " now 14.45
11 25 13 in Junior Oak Coal Heater now 8.95
. 110 13inSss "- " ' now 9.16
' I35S 15 in - - - now 10.76
' 1T.50 1 in Air Blast " " ' now 1455 .
19.75 16 in . " " " , now 16.75
SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 10. 1906
HEADQUARTERS FOR V1NOL " RUBBER GOODS ail IGndt
J Doctor" prescriptions and family receipts a specialty. J
. Two graduate! Pharmacist always in attendance.
Prescriptions and goal prompt! delivered fr.
RED CROSS DRUG STORE, :
I Wholesale and Retail A. C MacLennan, Ph. C 2
Pubhshed daily except on Sunday
One year in ad ranee . .
Six months in advance'
Per month .
. " Two Telephones,
black 271. Vergere 10
ThE ODOR OF A REALLY :
GOOD CIGAR . :
it enjoyed by roost Ladesin spite of
their objectjons to moicg themselve e
No gentleman need fear to ask par- J
mission to smoke a VST A OR ADA
in the presence of bis sweet heart or
best girl a they are remarkable for J
the fragrance and purity of their
C. E. HACKMAN.
Factory Comer Adams Avenue and Z
Entered at (he Post Office at La Grande
Oregon, as Second Class Matter.
CURREY BROS, ED'S AND PROP
This paper will not publish ."any article
appearing over a rtorr.-da-phima. Signed
artdes will be received subject to the
discretion of the editors. Please sign
your articles and save disappointment
La Granie National ; Bank
P7 aa noes rwieiiWd .pua
aoi Mulla Mke Me par llae ant
um, je per use eaefe eetMiMaa
(aiaUaee eTendotaaae, fs i m Mae,
are. ef thaaka, ie ear Baa,
Improves the flavor
and adds to the health -fulness
of the "food.
Capital Stock, Surplus and undivided profit $160,03000
OmUM SMO DJFtCTORS
JEOROE PALMER. Pbeudext, J. M. BERRY. Vice PMsmnrr.
F. L. MEYERS. Casmieb.
GEORGE L. CLEAVER. Assstakt. Cashie.
W. l BRENHOLTS, Assistant Casaica.
BERRY, F. M. BYRKfT. . A. B. CONLEY.
C C PENINQTON, F.J.HOLMES.
General banking business. Drafts drawn on all
parts of the world
FOR WINrE -WASHING I
Our new machnery and additional he.'p wiD enable us to do famt-
Dy washkw. CHEAPER. QUICKER and BETTER than you can do it '
J yourself. We call for and dearer' your laundry quickly and make special-
, ty of rush order work. Give us a trial and ycu will not be bothered
through the wintar with family washing.
! A. B.C. .
l-HONE Main 7
La Grnfc. ' Oirem.
Ready For Business
WITH A FULL L1E OF FEED, KAY AD GRAIN
- We are ready to buy al kinds ef bay and grain, and pay the highest
J . market prices. j
The Rowers that bloom in spring, tra
la." A few more days like this and we
will be writing spring poetry.
City election ooly thirty days hence
and so few candidates. There is plenty
of time yet for a lively fitUe interesting
The year 1906 will certainly be a
record breaker so far as this country is
concerned. Are you prepared for the
rush? It is coming sure. Get ready.
Miss Anna Hall, of Cncmnati, is co
des vormg to push a bill through the Ohio
legislature, providing that persons suffer
ing from incurable diseases, or from fatal
inkiries. may be legally put to death m
any painless way which physicians may
prescribe. Anna may gain some notori
ety out of ber idea, but it will not became
It is the opinion of soma business
""experts" in newspaper-making that if
they go to any expense outside of the
beaten path to give their advertisers some
additional value for their money, they
will hare no profit left for themselves.
These are the sort of men. who. Eke the
stingy grocer, pick flies out of the suear
and brush their feet Hf-Newspaperdom.
In former years the city election in La
Grande was made the bulwark whereby
to capture the primaries. Isn't it nice
that all that is past history and the people
hand's the primaries no matter which
way the city election of La Grande may
go. . We are gradually securmg our free
dom throughout the state. This freedom
is the kind that has come to stay. - This
new primary bw may require a few
more changes but it has done much for
Oregon. .. .
"We want an independent piper. We
want an editor who is not afraid to speak
out.' How often do we hair IS
remark. This "independent" Wfww
simply amour to this If no Ditch in
and abuse xne one else it is all rat
but touch No. 1 with a ten-foot pole and
be is up and coming. RtficuSe that man's
reSgion or ha po&tical views, but don't
dare to touch mine unices it is to endorse
them. How we all Eke to see the paper
abuse our neighbor, but when he touches
us be ' a "tii dam" fooL Pocorder.
now 83,000,000 peopIrwiU take netur'y
sut ouaons pounue w w mute fas
ciae 6.893,000.000 pouids.
The question arises where does all this
sugar come from? In answer we will
say that we import from foreign countries
big shiploads of sugar. In the year 1 903
the imports of sugar made from beets
from the several - beet cagar ' making
countries aggregated 87.130.805 pounds
and the same year we imported cane
sugar to the amount of 4,075.633,121
pounds making Cn total of sugar import
ad that year foot op 4.162.761.926
pounds for which were paid to foreign
sugar makers $72,088,973.
-ne same year. lags, there uert
1.E86.706.000 pounds of beet sugar
made in the United States, and 657.
609.770 pounds of cane sugar.
, The above show that great consumers
as the American people are of sugar
they are eery dependent upon foreign
country for their sugar supply.
TO THE REPUBLICAN VOTERS
OF UNION COUNTY
I hereby announce myself as
Candidate for the Republican nom
naiion for County Judge, subject
to the primary nominating election
to be held April 20th. 1
, J. C Henry. - i
Crystal Rebekab Lodg No. 50. will
give a valentine social at the L O.O. F.
baD. Feb. 13 th. Procram will be render
ed and light refreshments served. Ad
mission ton cents.
t LIGHTING COLLECTION
HA. Watson, Mgr.
All claims placed in our hands i
be paid direct to the credOor.
Our system gets the mor-y. Z
Full particulars made known urm a
nwtwi w nwnun parues. a
Office up-stairs m Ralston building
5 La Grande. Or. J
Btttr lumber and Cheaper than b sold in
La Grande. We dfKvcr it to your building
f Grande Ronde Lumber Co
Monday will be the fjinty-rvsnUi birth
day of Abraham Lincoln. The day wiD
be obserred w.Xh apropnit irMmories of
the great serrica be performed for the
betterment of marJond. - In passing in
review tSe names of the graas nm the
worid delSu in hanorir for the benefit
they were to man during their kvaa, few
there are that left a record that wffl com
pare with that of Abraham Lmcob. The
brhest and best men -of all the ages
thaoraed on freedom, but acne bad so
dear ideas of what bberty meant as
Lincoln or were aa ready with practical
plans for carrying has ' conception of
Urty into practical every - day life
among the masses.
The peopie of the United States have a
very large sufar tooth, they consume 71
pounds per'caprta at a year. To supply
the whole poputatic for a year, which is
MAKES tuC WO.XE STR0.a
AND SXX. WOADI WELL. .
Forty" ywsrs ecu. Dr. r!T mrIw!
F uxtrt'M Mvmuif tor a ratd; mnti
wbkh to supplant the larooraM and i
rktus xill. f trwetatrea.. with akw
): stiaiulaata. Ubn in vanaft. aad still
sua k1t pnacrilwd and advaed tut
wnauw s nrruiiar aiinravt.
Xauuv aroand with am-t JfVos rrm
Awk. aad ia Lady's Slippt rav htte
Oifeh ran. Cetrcra ru. Biue i'i-a
rw aad tkiMra .vJ root. r. IVrte
foead HIKm1 prupmim. mhWk wbve
estrarwl a4 frrwrtwd bv ta ef
eeurallv pure giyoiTitm, 1ir prom
kmc potrai ia maliMt wak um-9
sinwa aad sirk wane iL li nieia
ao eirofcol; I snc a pauat amltaae,
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of tjj rinr!pat a c4 T. rVTK's
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trial aad camrr last nan a hrm a ra-1
Is sura, TSPrrr:piioei to nmuih
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Um parfrs W.th af both
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kaow ia fmiart brbwr sa nwliv Bmli
Sn knna lira. Tavtv arr aianv tainc ia
Dr. IVrre's Cmum Stdm Medical Aii-
:wT. tXat vrrry mau amxbt io know.
Tkn cririnaxd a-nrs rracawd a saie ef
S.v.tHOTS as tl Jaeeck. Tin eipr
a naartka aarinr taus brra
aow aa rlwvr. A mpy aid
be sent sa aay aodm oa mcvipi of tt
aa aat aaaan Io wr traa at auuiiag
aafx. er. ia rkHk tvnd Mf Umt U stanpa
Aaima Ik. B. V. Pwroa. Bafalo, Ji.V.
Doa't Be Hood-inked.
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a4 Cid OmOmr Swll Psim
iN av wa am iaxai iare at
PRICES NET FOR CASH, or will Uke your old stove or funiture ia eiT
change- Bring this ad along and pick out the stove you want.
F. D. HAISTEN, '
PHONE RED 1161 ' '.'
Highest prices paid for New and Second Hand Goods
! BIG REDUCTION SALE
I 0M ALL CHRISTMAS GOODS J
IS NOW ON AT HILL'S DRUG STORE .
Very complete line to choose irom, in books, Perfumes,
Toilet Sets. Manicures. Hand Bags, Vases, Smokers' Sets,
Ink Wells, Mirrors, Albuns and many other nice things.'
Call and see what we have. .'. .. ., - .'.
U GRANDE, OS
Arc you ready-
For the - 2
Supplies; of all Kinds
tor trjis purpose
W. H. BOH NEN k A M P, :
TJhe farmers and Uraders
Capital . .
Liability of Shareholders ,
' Total .
For the protection of its depositors! Depositors of this Bank are 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.
: J. W. SCR! BER,
T. J, SCROOQIN.
Beuj Ornamental Combs
ALL THE LATEST SHAPES
AND .COLORINGS. SIDE
CMBS.AND COMB SETS
E M. Wellman & Company .