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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (May 21, 1906)
KOTICt Of ilDIWALK LMPKOYtMENT
To the abutting property owner on the
East tide of Seventh street, between
' its intersection with M and P streets.
You' and each of you, are hereby re
quired to bu ld a, sidewalk In front and
butting your premises on the east side
of 7th street, between its intersection
with M and P streets, as'provided by the
ordinances of the eity of La Grande, and
under the supervision of tqs Superinten
dent of streets for said city. And if you
fail, neglect, or refus to do so within!
twenty days after the seventeenth day of j
May 1906, said sidewalk will be con-'
structed by the city of La Grande, and
the expense thereof assesbid and made
,alien against the abutting property.
: Dated aV Ca" Grande Oregon, this 21.'
day hi May? 1908 A'' Ky
',; P.. Snook. 1
, Rectrder of the city of La Grand.
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" No fascination equals that of a clear
brained, tender-hearted, lovable woman!
' Just as there Is ro picture like a beautiful
, girl.; HoIKeter'a ' Rocky Mountain .ea
makes lovable" women,' beautiful ' gifts
, 85 cents?;,;;... . Mewlin DbuoCo.-!-'
Fresh and Cured
Can be obtained at this mar-
' at all times. We deliver all
;; orders promptly. Phone to
us or leave your order; We
will do the rest
KROUSE BROS Rropj.
Successor to J. Bull and Go;'
Phone Main 43
J. R. OLIVER.
Farm Loans Specialty
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If You arc a Lover
of ice cream you will find your
sweetheart waiting for you at this
store. We make it a point to see
that our cream, milk, sugar and
fruit and other flavors, that it's
handled in 'a cleanly way from the
raw material to tne finished pro
duct and that you are served with
politeness. We give you the best
ice cream and water ices we can
for the money. ,
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Best equipp abstracter irt. Union t ; f ' 'W'
county.', Many years experience -.- w ' ilSlfroL"'
'with1 the -Unicn county 'Vecords ; ' '5L -..'. ; . '' 'v " '
'gives me a great advantage. It '"V 'v&lisdFFK '''' " ''ifCW ' ' '
is folly to purchase real estate' 1 J':'fayJ$&S 'J?MNk ''
; without first securing a proper " , -'1 V VliiK
abstract. An abstract from my . . 1' VTIfV, f3'
office will show the title just ae . ' VVj V t VPll 'f '
it appears on the official record. J " A ' fj
i;i i..- k. Oliver, ; j AfCvf ' :. :llf'f :
I.A GRANDE, OREO N ; -Jm ' ' ' , fg!f
!! Room 31 Sominer Building V
HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATION
HtXT FRIDAY EVERIHG
To .lie Held in tte (curt . Hoic-Adinission ' Free Evcry-
; v. 's -' -. ; tody Invited : v'-f
,.-The graduating exercises ot the La
Grande .pobBo'scfibdl will. Aake 1 place
r.noay eve ;ing m ie auditor. urn, op Jha
Court house, i There wilf be no d mission
fee. EvSfybody is cordially invited to be
This is one of the largest , graduating
classes in the history of the 'schoof, seven
teen as follows; ' Arlie v Dav'td Bay
Mamie Elizabeth Bunnell, Maude JVenetta
Clements, Maude Olive Cotner.oy Good
nougly Vern Handricksy' CJrsce,- Vivian
Hopper, Qharlotte Mae Howard,' j Mayme
Pearl Howard, Elizabeth' Me King, Hazel
Dell Landrum, Zo( Adalene Lane, Edgar
George Fickler, Jay M Reynolds, Mollis
E. Snider, Mabel Naomi -Wjllamson.
Kathryn L. Woodruff. i
. Class colors Crimson and gra
Class flower Crimson rose. ?
i Class motto Excelsior,
, ,The following it theypro$ram for' -Fri
' PROGRAM .
""'f ' '" - ' Class" Sang ' -
Invocation . .......Rsv. B. F. Meredith
Piano Solo ....... .The Palms'
Orajioi. Achievementsbf aentrury
BETTER THAN THE
To maintain the deputation we have acquired for'supplyidg" the needs of our
'many patrons tfl every department,, a reputation ve point to with pardon
able pride, w .want, now, to advise you that we have opened our soda
fountain, with a new line of crushed fruity and fruit juice which excel any
which we have ever had, and while we may occasianly find a party who
has never tried one of our delicious ICE CREAM SODAS we find a hun
dred who have, and do, and always will, because they war.t the best, and
appreciate a fine article. We have some new flavors this year which-are,,
going to be of universal favor'on account of their' delicate flavors. Hoping
you will kindly favor us with an early calltso we may show you,
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A. T. HILL
A Safe Medicine for Children.
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m mymg a ooorh
LAIC'S COCOH BEMKDT. -inere w u "IS" - -
to follow.' It i luiwded especially tor congh. colds, eronp and whpiuH
couuh. and is the bet medicine ia the world for tbew dlseasee. It U notoulj
acS ia cure for croup, but. when given a. aoon ae the cwnpy cough appear.,
w 11 tveuUhe attac-k" Whooping cough to Sjg
is given as directed. It contain, no opium or other harmtu? drugs, and may. U
' Mollie E. Snider ' '
V Elizebetb M. King .
Oration . ,Li.. .Joventioi the' Fruit of
- Charlotte Mae Howard '
Trio .l Dowrt the Dewy Dells
Misses Aldneh, Williams and Mrs.'Neill
Oration....v... .Tend ncies in Literature
i Kathyrn U Woodruff 4 i ,
Reading.... .The Siege of Calais
. . Maude Olive Cotner .. . .
Vocal Solo '.:..:..,...Du bist wie sine" Blume
Hazel Dell Landrum
Oration Sir Henry Irving
Mabel Naomi Williamson -
Cornet Solo .. .. .. ..... Selected
G. Vern Hendricks'
Oration .The Supremacy of the Saxon
Mamie Elizebeth Bunnell
Oration...u..i....... Tne Holy Grail
7- Maude Vanetta Clements
Piano SoIbw'.. u-.i'. ForBst Whispers
Mayme Peai 1 Howard
oppqfntatION OF DIPLOMAS
Music. .........X..; Selected
La Grande Mandolin and Guitar Club
Benedition.. J?ev. 0. King
LA GRANDE, OR
n.iron tiATnr ba afraid to bny Chamber
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Send your collections
and' cash items to
Tne Stock Growers 2nd
. ; Firmer Bank,
OF WALLOWA. OREGON. , ,
We pay five per cent interest on
:......'.. time deposit - ' :
" ; C. T. McDahibu' Cashier.
V e r .
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BABY BUGGIES :
( need the room. Over twenty
different styles. Special prices for
a sbdH time. , ',
mmanf In tha X
county to (elect from." We ' also
carry a large line of other carpets,
rugs, etc. H v f-
" LACE CllRTBINS '
We have them from 60 cents to t
$7.00 per. pair. ;Will P yoii to
look ovr nur Una -.' " ?'-'J ' '
I E. C.ADCOCK
formerly knovyn as the f
I HARRIS MARKET
PHONE MAIN 16
Having purchased the Har
ris market from Rohr '
Co. I am in a position to
give the best in quality
'ane prices to be had in La
Grande. The Harris mar
ket will hereafter be known
We care not hew you suffered, no
what failed to cure you, Hollister's Rockr
Mountain Tea makes the puniest, weak
est specimen of man or womanhood
strong and healthy. . 55 centsk Tea or
NeliH Druo Co.
The low prices which we
ask for our good grocer
ies shame the : quality
We need offer no apology
for saving you money. If
you want something ex
tra delicious try our can-
ned goods they are real
good quality at a price
much lower than is gen
erally asked for the qual
ity . . -i; ..'.'''.
. PHONE MAIN 46 .
QEDDE BR2J :
NORTH FIR STREET
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La Grande Na tiopal Bank
ESTA'B LI SHED 1887
Capital Stock, Surplus and
officers; 'and directors
1EORQE PALMER, Prksioent. . J. M. BERRY, Vice Prks'ioekt.'
. F. L. MEYERS. Cashier.
GEORGE L. CLEAVER, Assistant. Cashier. ,
F. M. BYRKIT.
r I CC C. PENINGTON.
General banking business,
.. parts of the world.
The Eastern Oregon Trust ancl
Opened for Business May I
Solicits a share of your business in the
poking line especially savings and in-
W.C. BROWN, President
GEO. L. CLEAVER, Cashier
W.C. BROWN. WM. MILLER, GEORGE PALMER, J, LCAVINESS
C. T. BACON, GEO. L. CLEAVER. TUftNER OLIVER,f.F. J. HOLMES
T. J. SCROGGtN" .'
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THE BUSINESS MAN thoroughly appreciates the advantages of a
checking account with a bank. Those who do not keep such an
, account miss many of its advantages.'
We are always glad to explain ths workings of a checking account
to those who are not familiar with banking. .
Interests paid on time deposits and in savings department.
CAPITAL AND SURPIUS
IMEV SUINIBOIMIMET HATS V
For Ladies and Misses '
A Variety of Croquet Sets New Stationery ''
Millinery of all Kinds " v ,. ' ,
E. M. Wellman & Company!
ADAMS AVENUE '
There's the Ducc to pay
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If your laundry work is not
properly done or returned on J
time; We are always on time,
and our work is strictly first 1
c'ass. Properly laundried linen J
. a pleasjre. We do work
. properly. Phone us and we '
will call for your work and re- J
: tnrn it just when we promise
, Do not forget the phone number JO
MAIN 7 ;
undivided profits $160,030 00
A. B. CONLEY.
' F. J. HOLMES.
Drafts drawn on all
Wm. MILLER, Vice Rresident
T. J. SC80GGIN, Asst. Cashier
jiven a oufid mtly to a DaDy aa w ao