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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 30, 1906)
FOR RENT Furnished room, with or
without board. Inquire at this office.
FOR RENT Furnishen room corner 6uad
P. Phone Red 612. E. D. Selders.
MONEY For loan on city property m
wm. urant agency. Also real estate
FOR RENT Furnished rooms. Cen
trally located. Inquire or Mrs. S. C,
FOR RELIABLE ABSTRACTS OF
TITLES go to the La Grande Invest
ment Company, La Grande Ore., in
FARM TO RENT-600 acres, well im
proved, near La Grande. Address
Mrs. E. Androes, 76 1 Commercial St.
STORE ROOM For rent. 20 1 70 ft. in
Huntington block. Room for years
occupied as a saddle shop, inquire of
A. C. Huntington.
FARM FOR RENT 600 acres well
improved, 5 miles from Island City.
Cash rent None but reliable narties
need apply. Inquire at Adcocks &
iF ntz furniture store, La Grande.
FOR SALE Well mated dHving team,
Hambletonian mares. 6 and 8 years
old, dark brown, sound and gentle, also
nearly new buggy and harness, $300.00
Inquire at this office.
FOR SALE Eight acus, six room house
barn, place for chickens or hogs, ail
a kinds of fruit and plenty of water, Locat
ed east of flouring mill. Apply at
premises or dddress, John Gavan. La
FR. SALE Five room house and one
Mot, on Third Street, Grandy's Addition.
A good barn. A bargain for the one
who acts first. Inquire of H. P. Lewis
at corner Srd and D Streets, or of
FOR SALE OR RENT A seven room
house in Island City. Property known as
the Rinehart place.
Inquire of A. G. Couch, La Grande, Ore.
FOR RENT A nice front room, suitable
for two young men or a man and wife.
One block from Adams avenue. Phone
black 1681 or call at corner Greenwood
WANTED Barber or buyer for prosper
ous barber shop. A bargain or good
situation for some one, apply to J.
E.Corm, La Grande Oregon.
REAL ESTATE LOANS Any amounts
on city and country real estate. Loans
closed promptly, as soon as title is ap
proved. La Grands Investment company.
LOST-Friday afternoon, on Adams Ave
nue, Depot or Main Streets, a gold
brooch set with Baroque pearl. Finder
please return to the Observer office
and receive reward.
LOST A Pitman short hand instruction!
manual. Was picked up at the
post office and carried off. Finder
please leave at this office or at the
post nffire window. No oiiestions wil
be asked, but reward given.
AGENTS Canvassers, mixers, peddlers,
solicitors, mail order people, etc,
should buy Kramer's book of trade se
crets. Regular price $5. but balance
of last edition for $1.25 as long as
they last. Guaranteed. Order quick.
Sioux Pub. Co,, Sutherland, Iowa.
Would be pleased tn have your patron
age In sewing. Satisfaction guaranteed
in fancy dresses, waists, and suits.
Mrs. F. S. Newell 2 1 1 8 2nd St.
BOARD AND ROOM
Having just leased the Mrs. Ladd house
on Fourth street. I announce that I am
now prepared to furnish board and room or
board only. I personally superintend
the cooking, satisfaction guaranteed.
Mrs. John Wood,
1614. Fourth St.
Phone Red 1451
PAY UP NOTICE
All persons knowing themselves in
debted to me, on past due accounts, will
please call and settle by December 1, as
after that date I will place same with H.
A. Watson, collector. All parties will
look at this as a business matter, as I
have no time to look after it myself. Mr.
Watson will treat you with courtesy as I
have in the past.
tt. H. STEWARD' Proprietor and Mr
ONE MIGHT 0LY
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30
jlxHE ORIGINAL NEW YORK, CHICAGO AND BOSTON SUCCESS t
THE BEST NEW ENGLAND PLAY THAT EVER WAS WRITTEN ?
AfRICES : Orchestra $1.00. Orchestra Gircle 75 cts , J
I' Dress Gircle 50 cts., Gallery 25 cts. and 50 cts.
I Seats on Sale Wedenesday
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D. H. STEWARD. Proprietor and Manager.
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 4. 1906.
: Dave B. Levis' Big Production
; 7 x H YEAR OF SUCCESS
1 Carload Special Scenery
2 The Great Sawmill Scene
Superb Mechanical Effects
5 20 People Grand Operatic New and Novel
: Farmer Band Orchestra Spec.alt.es
. . ... . n.r TMIC YFAR
f- ALL let.w -
ORCHESTRA CENTER 75cts.
.O DRESS CIRCLE, ou. n " . c ,
sp on sale at VanBuren s Store
PRICES OnfcTRCLE50,, GALLERY 25cts. and 60cts.
The realistic saw mill scene in "Uncle
Josh Spruceby" the down East play,
comes nearer to the genuine article than
any of the many stage effects now before
the public. In fact, so real is the 36 inch
buzz saw, that one of the actors of the
play had hit right hand cut off at the
wrist during a performance last season
No play nowadays it complete without
something in the way of mechanical
effects. "L'ncle Josh Spruceby" lays
claim to one of the most novel scenes of
any piece on the road this season. A ful
and entirely practical saw mill is placed
upon the stage and appropriate scenery
is used to' make a supe ior stage picture.
When the neroine is rescued from her
perilous position at the climax of the act
the hearty applause gives evidence of the
appreciation of this acme of stoge real
The patrons of Stewards opera house
will be entertained Tuesday, Nov. 4, by
the big comedy production. "Uncle Josh
Spruceby." This popular play comes
well recommended and will no doubt be
received with enthusiasm here. The
piece is staged with every attention to
stage realism. All the scenes are well
mounted ar.d acted. The startling saw
mill scene is said to be a masterpiece of
of stage mechanism. Many specialties
are introduced and the superb solo orch
estra carried by the company all go to
make this s very delightful production.
THE THEATRE FORGOTTEN
To those who have followed the career
of the great rural piay "Quincy Adams
Sawyer" to the extent of witnessing a
large number of its performance, the
most notable feature of the drama is the
power that certain of its scenes exert
upon the audience in compelling illusion
Especially is this true of the famous
husking bee scene, in which the color and
humor of the rural festivity are so vivid
ly presented as to make this portion of the
performance an example of the art which
conceals art and hence perfect.
The players in this merry scene are so
thoroughly in sympathy with it. their
pranks and laugnter are spontaneous, the
little details supplieu in the stage settings
are bo perfect, that as the scene advances
the aud.ence gradually enter into the
spirit of the situation and forget
theatre. The heated spirit of the atmos
phere of the playhouse is dissipated and
from the natural simplicity and life-like
,cha m of the merriment there sweeps
over the spectator that perfect illusion
which comes but seldom from stage art.
Thjfootlights disappear and the actors an
one side and the lookers-on upon the other
seem to mingle in wholesome enjoyment.
At Stewaid's opera House on Friday
Nov. 30. there will be few in the audience
who will not find the husking bee scene a
perfect realization of the geniuine article
Prevent lung troubles by wearing a
good chest protector. We have splendid
ly made ones at a variety of prices from
50c to $3. Newlin Druo Company.
MASKfD SKATING PARTY
On Christmas night the management of
the skating rink will hold a masked seat
ing party. There is a prize for the best
lady costume. Every accomodation will
be extended to visitors and the event will
doubtless be an enjoyable affa.r.
IN A HURRY?
THE TRANSFER MAN
He will ra'" tt trunk to the De
pot or your nu.i.tf in ioi lime thanv
Ccy rhnnt H:d 7"!
Night " Black 1792
The La Grande National Bank
. REPORT OF CONDITION, NOY. 12th, 1906.
Loans and Discountt $662,668.68
United States Bonds 1 00,000.00
Premiums on U. S. Bonds 1,760.00
Real Estate, Furniture, etc .. 15,476.89
Due from Banks $1 16,009.24
Due from U. S.
Treasurer. . 2.500.00
Cash on hand. 69,029.79-178,459.05
Capital Stock ...
Undivided Profit .. ...
. 8 557.16-760,296.73
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS
GEORGE PALMER. President. . J. M. BERRY. Vi:t President.
F. L. MEYERS, Cashier. W. L. BRENHOLTS, Aswstaht Cashiem.
SHERWOOD WILLIAMS, 2nd Assistant Cashier
GEO, L. CLLAVtK, . F. M. STRICT, C C. PEIOTCN, F. J Hot mfs.
, A. B. CONLEY.
With ample capital, large experience, and unsurpassed facilities, we offer you absolute security for
your deposits: and solicit your banking business, promising you courteous treatment, and every lib
erality consistent with conservative banking.
FRESH CODIES I
We Make T em Every Day
and what is of more importance,
i(u mans vmui vf ruig
Material. :: :: :: :: :: :
SEL0ER, 1', Candy
"LA GRANDE SUGAR"
None Better. None Purer. None Sweeter.
Use La Grande Sugar and Us no Other
LA GRANDE IRON WORKS
D. FITZGERALD, Proprietor
Complete Machine Shops and Foundry
Oenera Blacksmiths, We manufacture The Fitzgerald Roller Feed
Mill., the best and cheapest mill on the market. Our shops are
equipped with machinery tc handle any sized work, nothing too large
or nothing to email. Highe prices paid for old cast iron.
is perhaps the most important point in securing a
good picture, ar.d it's a point to which we give much
care. Ve study each subject and bring out the
character individua'ity of the face to the best ad
vantage. The same care is given to every part of
the work, to the retouching Printing, Toning and
Mounting, so that the finished picture is a pleasure
to you and a credit to
JB. J. RITTJER
Saturday, o. 24th a
20 PER CENT
will be given on every
Cravenette Overcoat in
the store. Remember
A. V. And-ews
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Any thin or undeveloped i'.rl or woman
will be benefited iy tak.r.g Hollisler's
Rocky Mountain Tea. It is one of the
greatest known rerrit3,es for rnak'rg
people strong. hei try a'd well. Tea or
Tablets, 55 cents. Neun Dmc Co.
TIMBER QAIMS TO I (KATE
Will locate yoj cn a good yelbw pine
timber claim th.s weK for smty dollars.
A. A. Barhy, !4'.3 Adams Ave.
Occasionally ore has the Vorttise tc
meet women who ere ideal in locks ard
figure. N.nety-n re t rres outof a hun
dred you will fl-id sK takes Hollisttr's
Rocky Mountain Tea. Tea or Tablets, 15
cents. Newl nDrjg Co.
Playing cards and games in variety at
our drug store. The very newest ones
D S Crow
F W Jolley
HOTEL FOLEY :
CROW & JOLLEY
First class Haircutting. Shaves
Facial Massages a Specialty.
Careful and Gentlema
A share of the public patronage