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Every thing you want for a quick cool dinner.'
All sizes, Mason andEconomy Jars. Phone your
crder. Main 75.
THE CITY GROCERY AND BAKERY
E. POLACK, Propr.
Hay, Grain, fruit, in short, All Kinds of farm Products
We hav contracts for 600 tont of hay. We must have the hay to supply,
our :ustomers. We win pay the highest market prices, spot cash, for all
goods. We will also want a great deal of oats, and other grain as 'soon as
they are ready for market. , We art ready, at any time, to contract your late
winter apples, as we will want a great number of cars to supply our trade.
At the present time we are taking a limited amount of small fruits, potatoes
and all the fresh eggs you have.
f" on us 'wbcfcrc Yc-' rr.cUi a,,y Ai i misements in
Marketing your goods
We have a nice lot of hay and oats in our
warehouse which we offer to the local trade in a retail way. at wholesale
prices. We have a ear of Fancy fresh water melons from Milton, Oregon,
duejhere tomorrow morning. These will be the finest of the season on this
market. ' Buy your melons now while they are good, as the melon season
will soon be over for a year.
PHONE MAIN 2
Oregon Produce Company
Van Bur en's
s . 0
For Fine Candies and Ice Cream.
The Coolest Place in Town.
Your Trade is Appreciated.
Refreshing rest room
Summer drinks that satisfy J
Best equipped Ice Cream Parlor in Eastern Oregon
Choice lot of this year's 1 i )thy Hay just received- ;
In small bales, Best we ; seen for many years. I
Choped feed and steam
Leave your order now for w'::.i -r's wood.
Phoone Main 6
tf .... ".-i 1
i 'WrirfrffittTT t
EXCCLSKR $31.00 to $45.00
Means Best ange at any price. Sold
n Exchange for Old Stoves or on EASY
.,111 I 1 ' PLAN.
We have just received
Consisting of Bed Room Suits, Dressers. Iron Beds. Springs. Chain ,
Bed Lounges, Couches. Folding Beds. UooKing oiove-, v..
WE DO UPHOLSTERY and FURNITURE REPAIRING
Phone Red 1161
J. D. HAISTEN
14! 5 Adams Ave.
Phone Red 241
H. B. HAISTEN
Rr Street Store
QUICK MEAL GASOLINE STOVE
The Klean, Kool. Kitchen Kind. .We
Guarantee them. Money back if you
Kant, Keep Kool wnne nooning.
La Me Evening Observer
WEDNESDAY AUGUST 22 1906
Published daily except on Sunday
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Single copy 6c
Entered at the 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 nom-de-plume. Signed
articles will be received subject to the
discretion of the editors. Please sign
your articles and save disappointment.
Jlplr Ad mm rarnlslied upon application
luteal reartlnii noi ice IOc per line Oral I naer
Moo, je per lint fortch HuboequeDI loner
eaolutlona ofcouilolenna, so rer Hue.
of thnk, fcn per m.
CO-OPERATION AND HOME INDUSTRY
This focal pride and love of home and
the home town is one of the strongest of
human feeling when once it is deeply
planted. It should be cultivated in every
possible way. Nothing should be left
undone to stimulate or cement it. Every
member of such a community should
cultivate a spirit of comradeship and
co-operate toadvancethe general welfare
of all. The merchant, the small tradesman,
the country editor, the church, should
be encouraged in every possible way.
The whole community should co-operate
to protect and stimulate the trade of the
The home paper should he liberaly
patronized. There is no one thing during
influences for good than the country
press. One of the most unfortunate of
influences has been the trend of com
mercial evolution that has borne so heav
ily on the country editor by the devol
rnent cf the mcropol'an family monthly
and mail order p.ipjrs. filled w.th tempt
ation for the rual people to strmulatc
tie centralization of wealth and trade
in the cities by supplying their ordinary
needs from far distant and practically
unknown sources. This trend toward
the centra ization of trade and
industry in the great cities walks side by
side with fie centralization of wealth
and population as a menance to our
national future. T'la dancer it threaten
Jean only be cbvated by awaking the
people at lara to a realization of it.
j Maxwell's T insmar.
In the case of the working man with
a big family it would seem more appro
piate to say, "Everybody works father."
Secretary Wilson, of the Agricultural
Department that he piujta lu
strictly enforce the new "thirty-six-hour
cattle shipping law" recently passed by
The plague of fleas which is just mak
ing life miserable for the people of Penn
sylvania state, is another reminder of
what we miss by not being located "back
east." True, we may miss a few con
veniences, like having plenty of trans
portation facilities, but the numerous
advantage far out number the shortcomings.
Other towns can learn something from
Walla Walla on the question of fire
insurance. When the companies notified
the policy holders of that city of the 25
percent rake off recently put in effect
the Walla Walla Chamber of Commerce
promptly took steps to organize a home
company to combat the arbitrary increase
intended. They contended that the rates
were already high enough, a proposition
that will not be denied by the pers ons
Eight acres,6 room house. barn, place for
chickens or hogs, orchard, all kinds o
fruit and t plenty of water. Located east
of flouring mill, will exchange for city
property Apply at premises. JohnGavan
Treasurer Calls For City Warrants
Notice is hereoy given that there are
now funds on hand to pay all out stand
ing warrants issued on General Fund of
La Grande City, up to and including. No.
5289 endorsed Den. 10, 19C4.
Interest on all warrants on General
Fund from No.5234 to No. 5289 inclus'"-,
ceases from this date.
There are ajso funds in the treasury to
pay all warrants issued against Water
i Fund of La Grande City, up to and I
i eluding No. 6284 endo-sed June 22, 1 906
! Interest on all warrants on
i Mater Fund from No. 6058 to No. 6284
! exclusive, ceases from date of this call.
I La Grande, Oregon, July 51. 1906.
i J. K. Wright.
J City Treasurer.
Special Sale this week j
j on Go-Carts and Ice j
I Cream Freezers
W. H. BOHNRNKAMP CO
A LITTLE TALK ON
ICE CREAM SODA
NOT BETTER THAN THE BEST s ;
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 nev tried one of our delicious ICE CREAM SODAS we find a hun
dred who have, and do, and always will, because they wart the best and
appreciate a fine article. Ve have some new flavors th.s year which are
going to be of universal favor on account of their delicate flavors. Hoping,;
you will kindly favor us with an early call, so we may show you, Fi
We are respectfully, V
A. T. HILL
LA GRANDE. OR
The Lrastera Oregon Trust and f
r it a cur.Mi a r.cma'.y
Mat Ainenc i ,f A rat. ons should be the j
producer of . -,s r.c.i: ary atrocious f irm I
of "art." V... ,ve i.--,t V.i nirous ,f not !
tm w.tticst . T j,, eirt:!."he exclaims
inconclusior a-,i yf, e manu r-. the
j cilo: ed Sum- e-r.r-t. while othe r '
! nations the ; : ; ...
LA GRANDE SCHOOL
PROF. DAY, PRINCIPAL.
MRS. DAY, ASSISTANT.
This is one of the best musical in
stitutions in the state, and that
people in this city and valley are
betfininrg tod soever the advantage
of this school. The system is the
latest and most practical, and in
cludes all the latest discoveries in
tne art of teaching music. The
school is divided irtj two depart
ments; No. 1 is fcr oeginners from
5 years or more and are taug'it
the first three grades. Pupils coine
one hour each day. This is no kin
dergarten system but far superior.
In No. 2 the grades are from j tc.
15. Here tney graduate. Pupi.s
take one or two lessons a week as
they des.re. No scholars will be
permitted to remain in this schoo:
who do not study.
Opposite the Foley House ove
the candy store. Phone. 473.
The savings bank is the greatest boon that has ever
come to the masses. It not only protects them by
oner a sustitute for doubtful investments, but by ac
cepting small deposits it protects them from their own
We war.: your savings account, no matter how small
GENERAL BANKING AND EXCHANGE BUSINESS
GEO f -?av?PT r"1 Wm' M,LLER- V,ce Rresident
L "EAN ER' Cd5::'er T. J. SCROGGIN, Asst. Cashier
F. J. HOLMES, Treasurer.
i barley manufactured 5
: OXFORD PAR
li COMPANY. :
Lewis EJros. Prep. ;
JAMES FAKQl'rURSON. Prep.
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IN fl HURRY?
THE TRANSFER MAN
He will ta'e that trunk to the De
pot or our heme -n !s$ time than .1
takes to tell it.
Cay chore Red 761
" Siack 1792
Wa.-on always at youi service
SEEIG IS BELIEVING
is a proverb especially true 01 ar
ousiness. it we examine yo r . s
and fit you with glasses you i ,t
believe in us. For you w -a
better than you ever did n
those old window glass sped . s
to aid the sight can be found here.
And vou know or have heard of
our moderate charge mathod.
Repairing Promptly d n
J. H. PEARE. eler and Optician
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