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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 11, 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.
li Clii!tiA hnil GEO. T. PARR.
iZ rl OUUUIl UCUI C. B. SIMMONS. President
Sec'y and Mgr.
PHONE MAIN 11
Dealers in Grande Ronde Valley Products
Fruits, Hay, Potatoes and Grain ::: Applet a Specialty
LARGE COLD STORAGE WAREHOUSE
Hay Wanted Now
HIGHEST PRICES PAID
Call and see ut before you tell
Jefferton Ave, and Greenwood St
La Grande, Oregon
DECEMBER SALE '1tf
passed our expectation. So we intend to make Decem-
ber the best month by putting
... the prices lower than ever for
New Heaters cash.
from $2.15 to $16.95 Our lounges, couches, and
rugs are beautiful Christmas
Goal burners, nickle gifts,
trimmed, only $4.95 See our prices on crockery
Wood burners, cast A fine double reed organ,
bottom and top.nickle tuned and in fine condition,
trimmed, only $7.75 only . $20.00, will sell on
BARGAINS BARGAINS BARGAINS
Phone Red 1161 Phone Black 641
f. D. HAISTEN H. B. HAISTEN
W5 Adams Ave. Fir Street Store
Dealers In New and Second Hand Goods
HOLIDAY ROCKERS '
$2.25 Cane Seat Rocker, Sale price
$3.76 Cooler Rocker, Sale price $2.60
$6.78 Reed Rocker. Sale price $4.60
$7.60 Upholster Leather Seat Rocket
Sale price $4.78
Li Crande Evening Observer
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1906
Hay, Grain, Apples, and any other farm Produce
that you may have.
We are in the market for HAY from one to 600 tons; also OATS in any
quantity, and all the fresh eggs you have. a m any
WE ARE READY NOW to contract for your apple orchards and your
M?m?i?T ddoT' y,?U,ei1, and REMEMBER that we pay HIGHEST
l ..u LSS'J5 ,or a" P'00"" nt' ht we are "Johny on the Spot"
with the MONEY as 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.
Carrots, Potatoes, Apples, and Vinegar for sale. . '
, CARLOAD OF PAPER. Wrapping paper. Wtx paper dshes, Pulp
plates. Paper Oyster pails and Paper baggs all sizes, and also twine. We
bought this ear before the advance in paper, therefore we can give vou ad
vantage in pricee. BUY your SUPPLIES NOW. '
PHONE MAIN 2
Oregon Produce Company
B. W. NOYES
NOYES & HALL
LAMPS ana i;:H st VVIRIG A SPECIALTY
1 n Buck 1161
Curner F:r and A.Um.s Averse
W.th L. C. Sir ' uiicry cuildirg
One year in advance .....$6.60
Six months in advance 8.6
Pr month 65e
Single copy 6c
CURREY BROS.. ED'S AND PROP
Entered at the Post Office at La Grande
Oregon, as Second Class Matter.
This paper will notpublish any article
appearing over a nom-de-plume. Signed
articles will be received subject to the
discretion of the editors. Please sign
yourj articles and save disappointment.
Jlsplay Ad raten farnlihed opon pl.ilcOon
iooal reeding not loot 10c per line flnl lonei-
Uon, jo per Hot (br each subnequenl (nam-
teaoluUont of we1olDce, 5c 1 er line.
rdi ol Uisbki, ta pr line.
In one respect, this is an ideal season of
the year tr hold a good roads convention.
The roads always being at their worst.
the necessity for good roads is apparent.
and those most interested should turn out.
It is a question, however, who in the com
munity is most interested. When viewed
from its broadest side, good roads effect
the entire commonwealth.
Every road supervisor in the county
should make an effort to attend the Good
Roads Convention, which meets in this
city on the 19th and 20th of this month.
These are the men who expend the county
money on the roads and if any new ideas
on road building are brought forward at
this meeting, and there undoubtddly will
be, these are the men who must adopt
them and sea that they are put into
Is as essentia! i.-t v, ; r heme as thr do tor J
OUR WORK :
Executed in vnK ...m- m.nner anJ pp. jved
sanitary standard. Cnvng a comrl". ':ne of
Bath Tubs, SioK U ts, Lavatory, ad ad
plumbing fixtures j
G. V. O'Udil
Fresident Roosevelt to never caueh
napping. No sooner had he been apprized
of the fact that he had been awarded
S40.000 for his efforts in concluding
poice between Rnssia and Japan, than he
saw a chance of bettering the industrial
condition of our country and he immed
iately put the machinery in motion to
bring about the desired end. The people
irrespective of party, will make a mis
t.ike if thfly do net make him president
fur another term. He is certainly the man
needed at this time. He is fearless and
does what he considers to be his duty.
There is no "Mark Hanna" behind this ad
ministration. President Roosevelt has
iified the business world to a higher real-
zat.on of their moral obligations to the
general public, than any of his predecc
ors and the country today honors him for
X 1015 WashingUn Avenu
i:EFHONE RED iei
n Thf United States District Court
For The District of Oregon
In the matter of 1
To Uie creeitorsof Errnest Ries'ard. of
L. Grande, in the county of Union and
district aforesaid, a Bankrupt:
Notice is hereby given that on the 29th
of Sept.. A. D. 1906. the said E. Ries!ard
was du'y adjudicated bankrupt; and that
the first meeting of his creditors will be
ne'd m the orfiee of the undersigned at
at La Grande. Oregon, on the 22nd dav
uf December, A. D. 1906, at 2 o'clock in
tiie afternoon, at which time the said
creditors may attend, prove their claims,
appoint a trustee, examine the bankrupt!
and transact such other bus ness as may
properly come before said meeting.
F. S. Ivanhck,
, . Referee li Bankruptcy
December 8, 1 906. '
THE FIRST Of ITS KIND.
The Newlin Drug Company, ever elert
to the best interests of its patrons, and
realizing the imperative need of a public
telephone strtion where shoppers can
reach a telephone tor the local exchange
without cost, have at a considerable ex
pense installed a public telephone at their
store. This telephone is for : he use of
the public and anyone wishing to use this
phone is at liberty to do so without
charge. The public is invited to use this
phone at any time. Another feature
which this enterprises firm has inauirer-
auted, is a stamp department where
persons wishing stamps in any quanity
or any denomination can find them at no
additional cost over the government price
When down town eall at tha Newlin
Drug Company's store and see the splen
did holiday display.
Clams, crabs, and Eastern and olympia
oysters at StiMwell & Co. meat market
Phone main 1 6.
In The District Court Of The
United States For The
District Of Oregon
It the matter of 1
F. G. Lawson and
Victor La wson, part- ( Notice of first meet
ners under the firm I ing of creditors,
name of Lawson, j
Bros.. Bankrupts, j
To the creditors of F. G. and Victor
Lawson. partners under (he firm name of
Lawson Bros, of La Grande, Union County,
and the district aforesaid, bankrupts.
Notice is hereby given that on the 26th
day of November, i 906, the said F. G.
Lawson and Vict r Lawson were adjud
icated bankrupt; and that the first meet
ing of their creditors will be held at the
office of the Referee in La Grande, Ore
gon, on the 22nd day of December, 1 906,
at ten o'clock in the forenoon, at which
time the said creditors may attend, prove
their claims, appoint a trustee, examine
the banksupts. and transact such other
business as may properly come before
F. S. Ivanhoe
Referee in Bankruptcy.
FRESH CAMDIES :
Wk Make Ti em Evkry Day J
j and what is of more importance, i
J is that we make them of Pure
Materia!. ;; :: :; j
SELOER, The Candy
D s Crow F W Jolley
CROW 4 JOLLEY
First class Haircuttlng. Shav irj and
Fac;al Massages a Soecalty.
J Careful and Gentlemanly Service
A share of the public patronage
KITCHEN CABINET Is
aTHTtfn urn 11
SUITABLE FOR A
CHRISTMAS GIFT t
5 W. H ROHNFNKAMP CO :
! Hardware, Stoves and Furniture
Crockery and Building Material
La GranJc National Bank
United States Depositary
Capital Stock, Surplus and undivided profits $160,000 00
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS
TEORGE PALMER, President. J. M. BERRY, Vice Phesiot.
F. L. MEYERS. Cashier.
W. L. BRENHOLTS, Assistant Cashiek
GEORGE L. CLEAVER, F. M. BYRKIT. A. B. CCNl v. Y.
C. C. PENINGTON. p. j. HOLMES.
General banking business, Drafts drawn on all -parts
of the world
Vho farmers ana Tirade
Capital 5 co.OC?.
Surplus and Undivided Property cc :i
Liabilities of Shareholders fcO.OO
'.asponsibility $155 CC"
J" r Supervision of Unitori Cf,t. i ...
Glad to continue ld cn .oxers and pleased :.'.-.
A Genera! Banking nu &.amc Business Conducte)
Loans made on approv Secj y
Highest Market Price paid ,or U . ,n C ,jnty W.nrra. , a
La Grande Warrants. Be;Su,e to ca.. on u when y,u ,.
LA GRANDE IRON W0R1
D. FITZGERALD, Proprietor
Complete Machine Shops and Foundry
Genera Blacksmiths, We manufacture The Fitzgera ' K, ... -
Mill.. thM hnl a r,A . :n .... "
vMtoiroi mm on lne market Ou'
equipped with machinery U handle any sized work not -or
nothing to small. Higher prices paid for old cast iron."
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RHONE MAIN 16
I'll ask Stillwell what I want for Sun-
rttl fiinna. I .. .
i ' . "tonally one h,r. fnrtu. to
Pnm ri roa of beef, loin of pork. meet women who ar ,-.: n looks and
leg of mutton and larded veal roast. No? 2rdvr.., , t5"1!n ,ulof hu"
W.1I then, a spring chicken, a fat one too. RoVky MouliS T a-!;" M
hshasthem. Phon,ma,nl6. ' SC " M