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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (July 27, 1906)
Every thing you want for a quick cool dinner.
All sizes, Mason and Economy Jars. Phone your
order. Main 75.
We have just received
Consisting of Bed Room Suits. Dressers. Iron Beds, Springs, Chairs, i
Bed Lounges. Couches. Folding Beds, Cooking Stoves, Carpets, and I
BARGAINS BARGAI' S
THE CITY GROCERY AMD BAKERY
E. POLACK, Propr.
We pay 6 8c per pound for fancy large BLACK CHERRIES,
for others according to grade and variety.
We are in the market for eggs. We pay 22,'c per doz. Spot Cash.
We are now ready to contract for your entire hay crop for this seasnn.
Ctii ana see us before you make any arrangements.
EXCELSK R $31.00 to $45.C0
Means Beit ar.ge at any price. Sold
n Exchange for Old Stoves or on EASY
WE DO UPHOLSTERY and FURNITURE REPAIRING
Phone Red 1161
f. D. HAISTEN
14'5 Adams Ave.
Phone Red 241
H. B. HAISTEN
Fir Street Store
QUICK MEAL GASOLINE STOVE
The Klean. Kool, Kitchen Kind. " We
Guarantee them. Money back if you
Kant, Keep Kool while Rooking.
la Grande Evening Ofiservcr
FRIDAY JULY 27. 1906
Published daily except
One year in advance $6.60
If the authorities in towns over popu
lated with idlers these busy times would
give these gentry a positive invitation to
tal6 up with a rock pile or a harvesting
mechanism of some sort there would be a
big slump m the labor market. Echo
We have a large stock of strawberry boxes and crates, wh eh e
offer very cheap in order to close them out.
PHONE MAIN 2
Oregon Produce Company
NOT QUITE SO H2T
WE FAN YOU WHILE YOU WAIT
Refreshing rest room Summer dri ks that satisfy
Best equipped Ice Cream Parlor in Eastern Oregon
I STORAGE COAL
Buy now and save money and worry. S7.00
delivered in cur bin.
Gall and see cur lire of
HAY. GRAIN. AND STEAN!ED ROLLED BARLEY.
GRAIVDE R0DE CAII COMPAW.
Phoone Main 6 Levis Bros. Prop.
Per month 55
Entered at the pest Office at La Gra
Oregon, as Second Class Matter.
SURREY" BROS., ED'S AND
I The appeal of the Russian Duoma reads
like the French revolution. To defy the
5c cznr by denying him the kopecks and
soldiers, amounts almost to rpen revol--3
ution and the enthrnnment nf th nenniec
rights. . The power of the people and a
. . knowledge of their rights will bear fruits
PROP soon. The czar can't fool them much
; THE LATEST IN EARLY
j ENGLISH FURNITURE
This paper wiil not publish any article
appearing over a nom-de-piumn. Signed
articles will be received subject to the
discretion of the editors. Piease sign
your articles and save d.sappointment.
Just in From the Factory
Hammocks and Lawn Swings
W. H. BOHNFNKAMP CO
(Scrl ps News Ansoclatlon)
Austic. Tex., July 27 By this evening
the militia and regular troops of this de- ! !
AtiVKHIi.Mv- nTfj ! partment will all be in the big camp es- I
'ijmj An ram rurnivbrd upon ap,,ii(Mtiun "inea near mis cuy. ine troops will
ol midiuii uu ic. iw pr lint nt ini. remain in camp until September 30 and
w.,u,jr,im.r.o..Ul..e.1u-t,l w.,. 0 throu,n ..tensive mannmn,
drills and field exercises. A canteen has
been established in the camp, but as the
manoeuvre and camping grounds are un-
I tier State jurisdiction, the Federal authori
Contrary to me general belief tnat ' ties will not raise anv ohiections. Manu
eaoiiiMoiin 'il Nib'1iU-Di'c 50 vt Hue.
araa ( thi,k. ,jr per lint
alfalf ; is a goad fat prodjsing food but of the troops have marched long distances
poor in muscle buiidi ig material, the gov-i ',e'ore"tney reached this city, in some
instances the distances covered was more
than 2C0 milts.
! SIOiPP'SSLAYIR HANGED
ernment's analyss sm w tnat it is richer
in proticn than any other forage. If frd
in proper balanced rations in no more
than required quant ncs. it wnl prove the
most economical a. 0 so.t'siac'ury fodder
row in use. Not t.-o mucn nor as an ex
clusive feed, will s:oi p acj ;t ,n the rank
where it belongs.
The Secretary of t le interior has
awarded the contract 'o Pj.e toond
(Si-ilpps .New ASHOi-latlon) 4
M jntgnrnery. A'a., July 2?. John Will- j J
lams of Cullman county, the murderer of
State Senator Robert Hipp, was executed '
by hanging today. The crime for which '
Williams paid the death penalty was the 1
shooting of State Senator Hipp when the j
latter, accompanied by officers of the law, 1
attempted to enforce a writ depriving!
Williams of h s tarm in Cullman countv. i 1
A LITTLE TALK ON
ICE CREAM SODA
NOT BETTER THAN THE BEST
BIT BETTER THAN THE REST
To maintain the reputation we have acquired for supplyidg the needs of our
many patrons in every department, a reputation ve point to with pardon
able pride, we want, now, to advise you that we have opened our soda
fountain with a new line of crushed fruits and fruit juice which excel any
which we have ever had. and while we may occasianly find a party who
has tried one of our delicious ICE CREAM SODAS we find a hun
dred w u have, and do, and always will, because they wart the best and
appreciate a fine article. We have some new flavors this year which are
going to be of universal favor on account cf their delicate flavors. Hoping
you will kindly favor us with an early call, so we may show you.
We are respectfully,
A. T. HILL.
Prtbcription Druggist LA GRANDE, OR
Angered by the order of the officers, Will-
Bridge Si Drtdgiog company, cf Seatle
.v-i u wituwun 0: ine storage teea mms entered the bedroom of hi house,
canal of the UmatuW :rra:i..n v reject. picked up a rifle and opened fire. He
Tie wjrk cf the cor tract involves tl e ' Wjuncled one of tne otiicers accompanying
construction of C5 t..s
L'matii.a riv- r rar E.ho to
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-t.be yaids J e.:-:t tx;avaton. - , ..,
cibcymis tf rc.k txc ivot.r n, C303
. ,,, ' IW. H-cp. seriou.y. whi e another
1 tOi.k effect in the h,u-k nf th hd r.f ih I
tne C-.d , skater, as f.e latter was leav.rv the
.CJbc y.itds c-;'Ce and 2: JO pjbic
I yards cf riprap. T-e b-.d of t le s,i::e!S
; f jl 0 r.'r.'.c", rs was S'Gl.583.
I T ie f.-re gn trade of t'u 'J rtei States
I -urlrg t e tiCil jci ri ;j-tly closed
j makes one of t'io b t showings on
' record. While imi'T
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I ag' icj.!uru it. J1 .: .
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New Yom. Ju'y 2?. -The refrigerat'n,;
sh p Giaoer has nearly cuinpictid its leid
rg d"d w.il be r-ady to sail for Oomim
ce.n waters tomorrow. Tne ship will
curry a Urge le.J uf good th'ngs for the
clMoers. bluejeckets and maiines of the
American fleet which has been patroling
t'.o Ci.nin.can coast for soma time. There i
v.ill !; enough fresh meats to last the!
Eji twocr tnree wteks. all sorts 6f ;
fRvi vegetables and 25,000 big wafer- j
lor. These good things art; s.n: to i
the i..et e.s a t.'ken of the satisfaction ot
t .0 Nivy Dt art;nenl with the manner ;n !
v.-li chine rrriciTi and men of the rteet :
.. d sc.-iargtd thex dut es do'lrg tlie
T.1E. 1-L'SiNECS MAN thorcughjy appreciates the advantagesof
cism tg account w.tn a bar.K. Tnose
t miss many its cdvantages.
who do not keep such an
e aro ai.vays g'ad to explain th workings of a
to t:ijse who are not familiar with banking.
Inur-.-sts'paiii on time deposits and in savings department.
CAPITAL AND SURPILS
.un far to
. t'C IV-
. w ,.,
, 1 .1 O
M'-gtS t 'e
has ie:i o.'d
but t tray t,i
of t-.e corsjrers abrc
mg p''iae of cur fore g
n t e exi
s w..' t:e-o.
a .: .v -1 0.1 g't-.it en-
e! 1 'i it meat rTJ.icr
avpe'iens . ns at :-rt.
e lender to cai'n fe fta-'s
d Cne grat'fy
tiade .s t-e v -
t 're cit-r.f-sier.s
oe tru lar r
ts ' 't A "f
c.-.i;.-.t. c. t
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' an j monotonous patrolir.g c: u.s.s.
BID fOR BONDS
ci is hereby given that seaiec o;s
; tccv-.v..'.-! tytne City R-j'aer ,f
I La Gran.ie. -oo to A'js: 1 -,.
f. r toe rrchas SJO.oOO W'atu
. . f C-ty cf La Giande. sa'j b.nJs
c .iterest, payable se-ni-a.--n-.j
!.' rjn for a period cf 20 yejrs
tt of redemption at a-y ' t.j
1 J ,irs. upon, g'vng three monf
U. E. Foum
an Ways & Means Co:n.n,t:..t
Oho Jarjncrs ana traders
of jCa Sv-d Oi
SEEING IS BELIEVING
A uasic fini.h
A watchrran s neglect permitted a
eiK m tne great North Sea dyko. wr, jh
a chud s f.rgtr could have stopped, to he
crore a run nous break, devastat ng an
en: re rrovrcecf Holland. In ike rrian
ner Kernet 1 Mclver. of Va.xebnro. V.e .
per"- red a i It e cold to go unTt ced
a tragic P.n.sh was on. y averted bv
K "i iNt. D'scovsry. He ' :es
rs ;.ve me up to u e 1 1 lo-v
i"'t i.iu-J by a neiec'e i io j.
h t lo- K -g s V: A' D.scovety savei in;
. 'e J.iararteea best crugn a'o cola
co.-e. at Ne.v .n Drug Co. tO; a-d $1 CO
T: ii r :". f'e-.
J. M. PEARE.
is a proverb especially true of our '
business. If we examine your eyei-J
and fit you with glasses you must' J
bel eve in us. For you will see
better than you ever did with J
those old window glass spectacles
to aid thes;ght can be found hers.
And vou know or have heard of
our moderate charge method.
Repairing Promptly done
ucler and Optician