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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 5, 1906)
A CAR LOAD JUST UNLOADED AMD ON DISPLAY
Including Iron Bed,, Spring. Matresses. Dressers, Ch.fforisrrs, Cupboards, Bed Louns, U . 10 Mlc of Rocker,
and Dining Chairs, liroleums. and Mailing, v We Intend Disposing of this ETe before
Tharksgiviuc. To do this quickly we are givinglhe Public LOWER PR CFS or enry 'iir
than you can possibly buy elsewhere. You are Cordialy Invit-d to ca'i and
Inspect these Goods and Learn our Pricrs. Prices Reis nab'?.
Sour Kraut Chow Chow
All fresh, just received at
THE CITY GROCERY AND BAKERY
E. POLACK, Propr.
X Hay, Grain, Apples, and any other Farm Produce
that you may have.
We are in the market for HAY from one to 500 tons; also OATS in any
quantity, and all the fresh eggs you have.
WE ARE READY NOW to contract for your apple orchards and your
Give us a call before you sell, and REMEMBER that we pay HIGHEST
MARKET PRICES for all p'oduce and that we are "Johny on the Spot"
with the MONEY at soon as goods are delivered.
TO THE TRADE: We will say: We have a nice lot of Fancy hay. oats,
rolled barley in our Warehouse, which we offer to the local trade in a retail
way, at wholesale prices. We also have Honey, Cabbage, Dry Onions,
r . r-i . . a i . i - . i
ruiauwb, zippics. anu vinegar lur 3die. 4
A CARLOAD OF PAPER, Wrapping paper, Wsx paper dishes. Pulp
HEATERS and RANGES
STOVE BOOMS and
WE DO UPHOLSTERY and FURNITURE REPAIRING
Phone Red 1161
E. D. HAISTEN
45 Adams Ave
Phone Black 641
H. B. HAISTE
Fir Street Store
SI E OUR TIN AND
GRAM IE WARE,
plates. Paper Oyster pails and Paper bases all sizes, and also twine. We
bought this car before the advance in paper, therefore we can give you ad
vantage in prices. BUY your SUPPLIES NOW.
PHONE MAIN 2
Oregon Produce Company
WE ARE HERE FOR KEEPS AND DON'T YOU FCUGE"1..
Our business is constantly on the increase, and we see no rea- n why we
should discontinue. Our stock of staple and fancy groceries is c implete in
way and our system of transacting business seems to please the
general public. If you would like to get better acquainted with money
saving to customers methods give us a trial order. We would appreciate a
call from you and we will attempt to merit your confidence.'
La (Me Evening Observer
: SEATTLE GROCERY STORE:
LAWSON BROS. Prop.
B. W. NOYES
NOYES & HALL
LAMPS and HOUSE WIRING A SPECIALTY
Phono Black 1161
Corner Fir and Adams Acrue
W.th L. C. Sni'th in creamery buiMini;
A MERRY HEART
I'tfO tullUli Willi tlJO llicil L'lU Wul'lU lias UIU99I3U,
And I've toiled with the men who failed;
I've toiled with the men who strove with zest,
And I've toiled with the men who wailed.
And this is the tale my soul would tell.
As it drifts o'er the harbor bar;
The sounds of a sigh don't carry well,
But the lilt of a laugh rings far,
If you would be heard at all, my lad,
Keep a laugh in your heart and throat;
For those who are deaf to accents sad
Are alort to the cheerful note.
Keep hold on the cord of Laughter's bell.
Keep aloof from the moans that mar;
The sounds of a sign don't carry well
But the lilt of a laugh rings far.
Strickland W. Gillilan.
MONDAY NOVEMBER 5, 1906
Published daily except on Sunday
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Oregon, as Second Class Matter.
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your articles and save disappointment.
UplH?Ad rote rurntxlied upon npitntlliin
K-1 rwiilUK miilcm luc per line flrnt Ihhi.
tlun, jc iwr ilni for ech Hnhxequeul lime
eioiuMiHiM nf uibitiilfuce, er line,
'writ of tliHt.kH, per Iloe.
Very flattering reports come from La
G'ande on the success of the beet sugar
plant. There are plenty of Lane county
people who would take pleasure in buy
ing Lane county sugar. Eugene Register.
Congress meets next month, but until
next March, Senator Fulton will be Ore
gon's only active representative, in either
house. It will be gratifying when we
once more have a full representation in
Thirty-four states hold their election
tomorrow. As this is considered an off
year, the results will effect national issues
only, as they may effect the political
status of the lower house of Congress,
should the present Republican majority
be materially reduced.
Whether or not the tip is well founded,
it is reported that Governor Chamberlain
will appoint Judge Eakin's successor on
or before December 1. in order that the
appointee mny arrange his private matt
ers before going on the benrfi. There
was no intimation, however, as to who
would he the recipient of the honor.
JtaMay Satisfactory Range '
W. H. BOH M F NKAMP CO :
Hardware, Stoves anil Furniture
luild.ng Materials :
! Hand Ba
OTfiII!sVc If A!r?iE3ll,;i1
Ik. W nl IT U UT ILIA H II ll
D. H. STEWARD. Proprietor and Manager
M0DAY, NOVEMBER 5
The Most Powerful Melodrama of The Day
TOO MANY APPLES
This summer when the DrODOsition of a
vinegar factory was under consideration.
the question of being able to secure surti ! Mr' Bryan has not been in politics these
cient apples was frequently debated, j ",any years f Jr naueht. At the last
The following from the Eugene Register ' moment when he realized that Hearst is
may be of interest. 1 defeatsd he comes out strong and bold
The vinegar factory shipped out a car- j for ilim' Hearst's defeat will eliminate
load of their product yesterday to Sacra- 1 !ll'n for the Presidential race and nothing
mento. California, and today a car goes i renwns f',r him to do but to support
to Seattle. Trie rush of apples continues ; Br dn-
and they are obliged frequently to shut off
the inflow on account of beirg crowded ; It will be only two months until Judge
beyond their capacity. i Robert Eakin will take his seat upon the
supreme bench, which will leave a vacan
cy in our present school board, to be sup
! plied. This is a very important position,
land doubtless will re:eive cue considera
tion from the board which will fill the
vacancy. Whoever is chosen will serve
him three and one half years.
nd Purses I
XtYJ LlE JIM ARRIVED
V.'e have the new styit . pp r;
The new Autcm.bve 4'.?. .'. .
iiitb 'cfiiner lining, ie?.. .cr Ci.fcr"
ed frames, hand sewed parse.
card case '.c rra'.c1 ,
Bill books and card cases in Seal,
Mocha. P.g Skin and Buck Skin.
Tfie new novelty
Coin and Bill Purses
r, C, u; -. I, i n
i i; vji.i.j ,,a .c.3, r uzzie r-urses. e
Lfg Purses -end Coin Bags of all I
SEE OUR COMPLETE LINE
THE FARM BOY IN CITIES
Somebody, who declares that he has
made an honest canvass, reports that
94 percent of the leading citizens of 24
I of the Urgestcities east of Chicago, were
born and raised on a farm. By leading
H I ! j
LA GRANDE. OR-
citizens this investigator means men who
j are entitled to recognition by the success
they have achieved in business and the
The Metropolitan Production!
A Play that Touches the Heart!
SEN?E3A SPECIAL SELECTED
FOR RENT- Four rooms for rent. Com
plete for housekeeping. Inquire of S.
Lane county is beginning now to arrange
for the 1907 county fair. Union county
should take steps towards a reorgamza
I The average young woman of today is
j busy Beauty is only another name for
health, and it comes to 99 out of everv
inn ,hr.L U.n... n. '
iiuinsier s nocny mountain
Tea. Tea or Tablets, 55 cents. Newlm
farmer anci traders
Capital $ 60.000.00
Surplus and Undivided F-o-Herty 1 5,000.00
Liabilities cfj Shareholders 60,000.00
It is announced that the proper mater- j iValtT iDBuilJillg Material
uon in order that we may obtain the best j J. L MAR S
possible results. 1 '
iLnnrractnr swA D...I j
it fki tii nr DFAiiirin crri.mv ! . uuuacr
Ccntainino Many New anp Novel Sfnsaticnal and Mechanical
K P K r. 7 A N n iTliav,nk.a
T . maLmi V-,r'-.n.i , . .' . : n.U:.. c, .
. .. -. j v.ii:en ana a large ' oiune. ;ean coarse Sand and i
4 , iai nas oeen ascovered near Durkee for
CENTtR 75c. DRESS CIRCLE 60c. GALEKY 5c. and 60c. ! 'ndustry "".ears much for Eastern Oregon, i
HHmtmUf,Mmmtmm cement is growing al
La Grande, Oregon
Dro a line naming work, and 1 will
ra:r.e the r'gh4. price.
Conducted under S.perv s oo cf United States Bank Examiner..
SAFE AND RELIABLE
Glad to continue c d cr.st,rr.ers a,d pleased to meet new one..
AGoneral Ear..,.- ar,d Exchaoe E,s,ness Conducted.
Lcans;made cnapprcvea Secor ty.
H,ghe.t Market Pnce pa d for Un on County Warrants and City of
i-a urande Warrants. Eejsj
re to call on us when 70U have warrant.