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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (April 5, 1906)
MOW MANY? ;
Time3 have you wished
for a daintily decorated
room? well, what's the
use of stopping at the
:' wishing gate? Push it
open and you'll find yoi r
, self well inside our com
fortable showroom, with
; an attentive array of
',. 7,'cl!!. c?'"n5 and border
; paper, that will make day
h delightful by eyesight, the
night by dreams of de
signs artistic. Here, then
-; ' for interior decorations.
; ; 5TANIELS & JARMAN,
Paper Hangers and
Second Hand Bicycles
Ont Rambler '. $6.00
On Ideal 10.00
One Colambia Chainles 15.00
One Ladies' wheel 1 0.00
Cleveland and Princetons
$25 to $100
PHONE RED 281
C L. SMITH
UPHOLSTERING , AND CABINET
I ' MAKING
Furniture repaired and upholstered
No order too small or too large.
All work guaranteed.
? Old furniture, made good as new
E. E. SCOTT,
Shop 1420 Adams Avenue
1 Phone Red 672
HOUSE CLEANING MADE
With the assistance of
x Charges reasonable and Prompt
Service. Leave orders at the Red
X Cross Drug Store or phone blk 27!
I THE LA GRANDE
j NURSERY j
Is one of my special
ties. Delivery to be
made on , or after
Special bargains on Roses
I also have a fine lot of Apple,
pear, prune, plum, cherry, appri
cot, peach, mulberry, shade
trees and ornamental trees,
grapes, currents, gooseberry,
blackberry, dewberry, rasp
berry, vines, creepers, and
Phone 1511. Thorns' grocery
Geo. W. Powell,
! OXFORD PIR
JAMES FA10UHARSON. Prop.
Cold lunches and mixed drink a
specialty. Fair - and Impartial 1
treatment to all. You are invited
1 to call and get acquainted. j
IB OUR OJSHIOiUND :
RUBBER TIRED EUOGIES
RUNABOUTS AND TWO SfATfD t
FULL LINE NOW IN STOCK
Our steam Rolled Barley
can't be beat
' All kinds of feed constantly kept
on nana, uioice lot or timothy
just arrived. PRICES RIGHT
Phone Main 6
: GRANDE RONDE CASH (0. i
Lewis Bros. Prop.
WAIIftWil f AUNTY of Oregon more pronounced in his opin
MrULUITH VUUHI 1 . ions on this subject than Mr. Cake, as
Send your collection
nd cash items to
Tbe Stock Growers and
OF WALLOWA, OREGON.
We pay five per cent interest on I
C. T. McDaniel, Cashier.
A, K. Stbunenbero, Pres. J
WE CARRY MEATS
for a brief while only. Short for saying
that we handle only fresh prcducts.
W sell so much beef, mutten. lamb.
pork, and poultry that nothinu atavs on
our premise long. Food for thought in
that truthful statement. If you object to
stale meat, let u have your order.
G. E. FOWLLR
Wood and Coal
All orders givn prompt attention
Kefirs Strictly Firstciass
Kiys fitted totjoor Lfk'ks
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CAKE OPPOSED TO TRUSTS
Every combination of capital known as
a trust should be placed under the ban of
the law, not only should trust corporations
tnemseives be barred from doing business
but the individuals responsible for the
combinations should be punished as pro-
vwea oy law, says n. m. t.ake, candidate
for United States Senator.
There is probably no man in the state
evidenced by his actions and past utter
He is not the attorney for. is not inter
ested in, nor does he represent, directly
or indirectly, any trust
He believes in the absolute freedom of
A large shipment of Records reached
u this morning from the factory. Come
and hear them. You will likely want
some of them.
W. K. Davis.
1316 Adams Ave.
Every day in the week at Mrs. J. R.
Forrest'. Prices lower than ever known
Trimmer from Qage'e of Chicago.
D. H. STEWARD, Proprietor and Manager,
. , .
, n. anLWAKU Krnnniirnr snd ivianarrar
i At V v H
j j n ;
CALL AT MRS. J. R. FORREST'S
competition in all lines of business the
preservatisn of the equal right of the
entire citizenship of the country free from
interference by combinations of capital
Mr. Cake is a firm believer in the right
of the American workinsman to orotect
himself by means of labor organizations
against the oppressions of organized cap
ital. The great common people of the country
can depend upon it that Mr. Cake is friend
to their interests, for he is one of the
He is friend to every section and inter
est of the state, and if elected to the
Senate, will do everything he can for the
developeinent and prosperity of all Ore
gon. FOR GRANTED
We take it for granted that everybody
wants pure soaps, so have no other. We
will sell any box of soap in our window
this week only, 3 cakes for 20 cts.
Newlin Druo Co,
LOST On the eighteenth, a pair of gold
spectacles between Christian church
and National Bank. Return to Obser
ver or owner. Reward paid.
Mrs. Job Spencer.
ALL-FIN CROWD j
The latest Musical Satire
of New York life
MONDAY, APR. 9 :
PRICES -Boxes S
Orchestra, Orchestra Center 1.00
Dress Circle .75
Galery .50 and .25 2
PR A U riFUL CARPETS
The vtry Latest Designs
HANDSOMEST LACE CURTAINS ever shown in
j w. fi. BOHNFNKAMP CO.
All the Much Needed Spring
E. M Wellman &, Company
SAVF. THE TOOK
Lawson Bros have added a line of
J complete line of groceries and all now prepared to furnish your table want
complete from Cookies to Baken. with Mayple Syrup and Honey thrown
in. All orders promptly delivered and full weight and ample measure
: SEATTLE GROCERY CO.
Under new management.
Board and Room $5 per week. cash.
Meals 25 ct. Special rates fin nishe
Monthly patrons. No. 1417 Adams Av
Phone No. 1161.
Mr. W. E. Murchison, proprietress
ARE YOU AFTER GOOD
Don't run or walk past this place.
Capital place to stop, anyhow
clean, lots of good things to look at
and select from, courteous treat
ment and lowest pricing possible
when quality is counted. Finest
staple and fancy groceries at. , ....
PHONE MAIN 46
NORTH FIR STREET
I. R. OLIVER.
(' NION lOUfJTY
Farm Loans a Specialty
Best equipped abstracter in Union
county. Many years experience
with the Union county records
gives me a great advantage. It
i folly to purchase real estate
without first securing a proper
abstract An abstract from my
office will show the title just as
it appear on .the official record.
I. R. OLIVER,
i S5ssakiaogSiA IfcsZG5)
4 VW 1
j Room 3 1 Sommer Building
Shades for Waists and Sashes.
Bakery GOOdS to their already
MUST MOVE ON
A man may graft and a man may lie,
And a man may puff and blow;
But you can't get trade sitting Jn the
shade. ' " x
Waiting for business to grow. -
not these confections because
they're purity personified. The
old idea that all sweets are harm
ful to the teeth, hurtful to the
stomach, was exploded long ago,
for soldiers often live on sugar and
gain in strength and endurance.
But our candies are not only pure
and wholesome-they are delicious
as to flavor. You can get a trial
pound of chocolates for 60cts.
SELDER, The Candy
The Blue Mountain CrAam.ro r ...:.i..
to j wi, wisnes
say to their Datmn. th,t u .
Mili IrllVV wit
make tests of each Hsliuoru .
tll Blkn J ' ' W" 'Or
all who desire same. Those whn w,n -
the creamery may have tests, weight and
.-H.. wuuna. outter fat. returned in
each can, by simply writing that same is
des,red. The Blue Mountain Creamery
Co. trys to Dlease it. ,., ...
. ftth-una. ana
specif ally solicits the patronage of the
.-.., ui uranae Konde valley.
Brick furnished in any quantty or any
'yle. No contract t,3 ,rlll. or ,
'arge. See samples M our pressed