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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 1, 1906)
A CHRISTMAS DINNER
can be served on your Christmas Dinner table if you
would call and examine our lines of Heinz pickled goods.
We carry his complete line. Then we have pop corn
that will pop. Delicious Booth oysters are sold here too.
Then we have a hundred other assessories that make
a record breaker dinner.
THE CITY GROCERY AND BAKERY
E. POLACK, Propr.
nay, Grain. Apples, and any other Farm Produce 2
that you may have.
We are in the market for HAY from one to 600 tone; also OATS in any
quantity, and all the freth eggs you have.
WF A9F PFADY NOW fn rnntnrt fny yi ;pp' jrchlfdS and J'CU
Give u a call before you tell, and REMEMBER that we pay HIGHEST
MARKET PRICES for all p'oduce and thai we are "Johny on the Spot"
with the MONEY at toon at goods are delivered.
TO THE TRADE: We will tay: We have a nice lot of Fancy hay, oatt.
rolled barley in our Warehouse, which we offer to the local trade in a retail
way, at wholesale prices. We alto have Honey, Cabbage, Dry Onions,
Carrots, Potatoes, Apples, and Vinegar for tale.
A CARLOAD OF PAPER, Wrapping paper, Wai paper dishes. Pulp
plates. Paper Oyster pailt. and Paper baggt 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
A CAR LOAD JUST UNLOADED, AND 0 DISPLAY
Including Iron Beds Spring,. Matresse. Dresser,, Chifforiser,, Cupboard,. Bed Lounge,. touches. 10 Styles of Rockers
and Dining Chairs. I inoleums, and Malting. We Intend Disposing of this ENTIRE SHIPMENT before
Thar ksgiviug. To do this quickly we are giving the Public LOWER PRICES on every article,
than you can possibly buy elsewhere. You are Cordialy Invited to call and
Inspect these Goods and Learn our Prices. Prices Reasonable.
HEATERS and RANGES
STOVE BOOMS and
WE DO UPHOLSTERY and FURNITURE REPAIRING
Phone Red 1161
F. D. HAISTEN
1415 Adams Ave.
Phone Black 641
H. B. HAISTEN
Fir Street Store
SEE OUR TIN AND
Id Grande Evening Observer
SATURDAY. DECEMBER 1, 19:5
li Qm.m hnil GEO. T. PARR.
OUUCIIC lCai C. B. SIMMONS, President
Sec'y and Mgr.
PHONE MAIN 51
Dealers in Grande Ronde Valley Products
Fruitt, Hay, Potatoet and Grain ::: Applet a Specialty
LARGE COLD STORAGE WAREHOUSE
Hay Wanted Now
HIGHEST PRICES PAID
Call and tee ut before you tell
Jefferton Ave, and Greenwood St,
La Grande, Oregon
Published daily except on Sunday
One year in advance .. $6.60
Six montht in advance 5.6
Pr month 66c
Single copy 6c
CURREY BROS., ED'S AND PROP
Entered at the Pott Office at La Grande
Oregon, at Second Class Matter.
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.
ADVEK7 IHINU KATKS
Dlaplay Ad rate rornlihed upon plnlotlou
Local reading doiIomIOc per line flnrt Inaei-
lion, so per lint Ibr wck nubequenl lone,.
(eaolutlunt of oonrtolenoe. ju i r line.
Oard of thuoka, to per line.
Pay days come and pay days go but
bills roll on forever.
Many a home is furnished to meet the
approving opinion of one s neighbors.
Bad policy, that.
lfs easy enough to be pleasant to cas
ual acquaintances; the difficulty is being
decent to those who are devoted enough
to forgive us.
While the unusually h:gh price of wood
may work a hardship upon not a few.
The timber is too close to tewn to cause
any great amount of inten: ; s-jrTcrirjj.
B. W. NOYES
NOYES & HALL
:.3 fjoliill sees..;
, 4 i.a'.e is
practically ended ana ij t-tr n;t a fatality
has been reported. The new ru es have
reduced the chances for in. jry cans der-ably.
Oregon nurserymen report a
The weekly paper published in the
Ohio State prison has been discontinued,
for the reason that there are no printers
in the institution at the present time.
Tnere are enougn bankers in the insti
tution to start a clearing house, enough
lawyers to take care of all the business
the frenzied financiers can bring them
enough doctors to keep all the prisoners
in good health, plenty of preachers to give
them spiritual advice, but they must de
pend on the outside papers to give them
Congress meets next Monday. Prac
tically all of the senators and congress
men are already on the ground, ready for
business. The President's mesage, this
session, will be awaited with interest as
he will undoubtedly outline the legislation
that will receive the greatest attention of
this session. On arid after March 4, next
Oregon will once mora have her quota
of representation. Congressmen, Ellis
of this district and Hawley of the first
distaict will take their seats and in Jan
uary the legislature will give Mr. Bourne
his certificate of election.
Sold on Merit
1 for apple trees, espe;'i
i and Montana. The va- e cs "
I mand are Baldwins.
LAMPS and HOUSE WIRING A SPECIALTY
Phono Black 1 161 J
Corner Fir and Adams Averue J
W.th L. C. Smith in cteamcry building J
WORK GUARANTEED PRICES REASONABLE 1
The rapid increase
shown in the fact : a'
lower Columbia i
feet, whereas a fe.v
bot as low as S 1 .
st m de
;i'fcS and i
Always the Same
.TJ.. JILMIilH IMIUiV
SUITABLE f OR A
W. li. 30HNF.NKAMP CO
Hardware, S luxes and Furniture
PrnpLom unit Rnilriinif Matorlale ,
A Delicate Throat
Probably you haven't had any trouble for several
months, but you may have now.
Cool nights and snappy mornings may bring un
pleasant reminders of a delicate throat.
If you grow hoarse without any appareat reason, if
an ugly little hack arises, you need
SYRUP OF WHITE PIE AND TAR ?
at once. Diamond brand. J
It soothes and heals. Bestofall, it prevents those 2
severe spasms of coughing which are so likely to pro- ;
soreness of the lungs. I
25 and 50c a bottle. Money back if not satisfied.
A. T. HILL i
Prescription Druggist LA GRANDE. OR
Is as essential in your heme as thf go or
txecuUd in workmanlike nunner anJ -pp. ;ved
sanitary standards. Carrying a comr ,;ne of
Bath Tubs, Sinks, Toilets. Lavatcry. all
G. W. O'NclL
1013 Waebmgtan Avenue
EFHONE FED 161
ships, now term -.1 .
probability will l.-i'cr
and added to the F '.
Reserve takes ib.'u:
timber thai w,i
H. A. Stanids :
j We have the .
ahead of us A? .
recessit'es dm v 1
I the Chr'Stinas s. i'
if a record bie. - , ;
' cates anything. ; ;
J ;ty will maniK ts
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farmers and Traders
Surplus and Undivided Pro-e. ,y
Liabilities of Shareholders
Condu: ec ur 1 r supervision of United States Bank Examiners.
The new trai soo.. ,
for La Oram:'-. N
can reach th s c ty -get'.irg
up in ft :- ,-j t
means thattr. ;.;
portion of the c.-jp:;
formerly. It wii s.k r e
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P A I !M T E R
o.aa 10 continue u cr. .ointrs and pleased to meet
A General Banking ino tx..,an' Business Conducted.
Leans made on approv Secj y
Highest Market Pr.se paid .or b . .n C .jnty Warrants and City of
La Grande Warrants. Be'suie to ca .on when you have warrants
P:ay:ng cards and games in variety at
our drug store. The very newest ones
are here. Newlin Drug Co.
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