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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 12, 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 complele 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 AMD BAKERY
E. POLACK, Propr.
WORK GUARANTEED PRir.PS pocnuic i
ll fIUI In .-.. k
- jw ttvuie t mf 00. JC
Executed in workmanlike m. nner anj pp. ;ved
unitary standards. Carrying a. comrU. "nt of
Bath Tubs, Sinks, Toilets, Lavatory, a"d' all
G. W. 0'Nl
X 1018 Wathingtan Avenue
i-.EPHONE RED 161
B. W. NO YES
NOYES & HALL
LAMPS and HOUSE WIRING A SPECIALTY
Phone Black 1161
Corner Fir and Adams Avenue
W.th L C. Smith in creamery building
A Square Deal c.B.slMMONsGEO-T-PprA.sRidR;nt
r.-rri-j ' " Sec'y and Mgr. ' 5
PHONE MAIN Jl
Dealers in Grande Ronde Valley Products
Fruits, Hay, Potatoes and Grain ::: Apples a Specialty
LARGE COLD STORAGE WAREHOUSE
Hay Wanted Now
HIGHEST PRICES PAID
Call and see us before you sell
DECEMBER SALE JVSSJ
So we intend to make Decem
ber the best month by putting
the prices lower than ever for
Our lounges, couches, and
rugs are beautiful Christmas
See our prices on crockery
A fine double reed organ, i
tuned and in fine condition,
only $20.00, will sell on
passed our expectation.
Mew Heaters !
from $2.15 to $16.95
Coal burners, nickle
trimmed, only $4.95
Wood burners, cast
bottom and top.nickle
trimmed, only $7.75
Phone Red 1161
f. D. HAISTEN
14' 5 Adams Ave
Dealers in New and
Phone Black 641
H. B. HAISTEN
Fir Street Store
Second Hand Goods
$2.25 Cane Seat Rocker, Sale price
$3.75 Cobler Rocker, Sale price $2.50
$675 Reed Rocker. Sale price $4.60
$7.50 Upholster Leather Seat Rocker.
Sale price $4.75
La Grande Evening Observer
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1906
Published daily except on Sunday
One year in advance $6.50
Six months in advance 3.5
Pr month r 65c
Single copy 6c
CURREY EROS.. ED'S AND PROP
Entered at the Post Office at La Grande
Oregon, as Second Class Matter.
The annual meeting of the stockholders
of the Eastern Oregon Trust and Savings
Bank will he hld at it office, in the City
of La Grande County of Union and State
of Oregon on the 10th day of January
1 906 at 1 0 o'clock in the forenoon, for
the election of the Directors far the en
suing year, and for the transaction of
such other business as may properly
come before the meeting.
Geo. L. Cleaver. Secretary
This paper will notfpublish 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.
OlsplarAd hm furnished npoa application
Local reading notice I Do per line flrat lni.
lion, jc per ilnr nr each autwequeot Inten
tion. 4wolntini of confluleuoe, $e , er line.
rrt of tbnk. fv oer line
Held's Tourist Bulletin, of Portland
goes after Portland, Taeoma and Seattle
over thai- personal fights against each
other and very wisely says there is room
for all three of these cities and they do
the coast an injury by continually fighting
each other, all of which is true. Legitim
ate rivalry is all right but the knocking
process is all wrong.
Output of beet sugar in Oregon. Wash
ington Idaho and California is worth $20.
000.000 this year, a means of wealth
production In which Lane county shou'd
have a share but has not, for the simple
reason that, while we can produce a fine
quality of sugar beets, we have been un
able so far to produce the nan with the
necessary capital who desires to embark
in the enterprise. Eugene Guard.'
Jefferson Ave, and Greenwood St.
La Grande, Oregon J J
A v IV I -i r
VV M IN C LJ J
Hay, Grain. Apples, and any other Farm Produce J
We are in the mirket for HAY from one to 500 tons- also OATS - am.- 2
quantity, and all the fresh eggs you have.
Pv.uL'i.RE READY NW t0Mn"wl fur Jur W chard, and your f
A Rhode Island man left $10,000 a
year to his horse, a dog and a parrot, but
the animals have died. There is said to
be a problem as to the future disposition
of the money, but the donkeys seem to be
next in line Globe Democrat. Rather
didn't the donkey die first?
that you may have.
FOR RENT A' four room cottage, suit
ably furnished for housekeeping.
Treating Wrong Disease.
Many time.' women cull on their fam'ly
physicians, suffer ns, as they iuiagiuff,
one from tly-iN'p'iu, another from heart
dwntp. aii'.llirr from liver or kidney
dlM'aw. Hiiii'Jjt-r from nervon exhaustion
or priMli'ttiiiin, amn,iiiir with pain here and
there, mid In tlii nay they all present
alike to tlirl.'.M-lw'S and Ihmr vafty-gulftg
and indifferent, or over-busy doctor, sep
arate mid distinct d.seases. for which he,
assuming I linn to lm such, prescribes his
pills and potions. In reality, they are ail
only tymiiin n canned liy souie uterine
disease. The physician. Iitnorunt of the
rawxe f suili-riutf. enrou nitres this prac
tice until Inrsn hills are made.. The suf
fering puiii-iit iii t. no better, hut prutmhly
worse, by reason of the delav, wrong
treatment ami consentient complications.
A proper niitliciim liKe Dr. 1'ierce's fa
vorite I'l'e-criiitlon. t'.lnrinl ti Uie muxc
would have. ', in-ly piiiowd the diseaie,
thereby dispell UJS ail those distressing
svinplom. at;il mt tiitiuu comfort in
stead if ppiloio;ed nil-erv. It has In-en
weii said, that "a disease known Is ball
Dr. I'lem's Favorite Prescription Is a
selentilic iiedicitie. ciirnltillv devised hy
an experi iii ami l.illrul physician,
snd miapte.. to woman's ili-licam sstcm.
Ilistnaile of native nunl.t-iiial roots and
is perfectly harii.le s in iw I'tiwls lit uii
romfffjori lit thi- itymrni.
As u powerful 'Inv.gorating tonic "Fa
vorite rre cription " i:nparts Miviiuth to
ine wiioie sys.em , m to tue organs dis
tinctly femiii.no in particular. For over
worked, "u. rn -iii.t. "riniilowii," del-ill-tateU
teneners. milliners, dressmakers,
seamstre-ses. "shop gir.s." house-keepers,
nursing mm hers, and feeble women gen
erally, Dr. 1'ierce's l avorite Prescription
Is the greatest earthly loon, being un
equalvd us an appetising cordial and re
Asa sooth. ng and strengthening nr
Ine'Kavorite Prescription' is uueiiiialed
and is Invaluable In allnvlng and sub
duing nervous excitability. Irritability,
nervous exhaustion, nervous prostration,
neuralgia, hysteriM. spasms, chorea, St.
Vltus's (i-i nee. and other distressing, nerv
ous symptoms nitiiiuoiiiv attendant upon
functional and organic disease of the
uterus. It induces refreshing sleep and
relieve- mental aiixletv and despondence
Dr. 1'ierce's l'leasiin't Pellets Invigorate
the stomach. I ' er mid bowels. Due V
three a dose, busy to take as candy.
SUITABLE fOR A
W. H. BOHNENKAMP CO
Hardware, Stoves and Furniture
Crockery and Building Materials
La Grande National Bank
ClIVS US A C.lH h-fnr ur.. i.ll DrHCIinr
MiBKCr buircc ' " " "t-",l;'lu" mat wo r-Jy H QHEST I
.1 . . yEi forail P'oauceand that we are "Jo-'.nv on the sm-' 1
w,th the MONEY as aS goods are delivered. P X
TO THE TRADE: We wi'l say: We have p. ca lot of Fancv hav rat-
rolled barley ,n our W.rthouta. wrecr, w. offer t, the l" "trad '.n i"ti1: I
clL? Ti1"1614 ?"C- W. aiso have Honey. Cabbie D Onu-rs t
Carrots, Poutoes, Appies, and Vinegar for sale. unions.
'A CARLOAD OF PAPER-WrA.Wn., u. , , . 2
PHONE MAIN 2 X
Oregon Produce Company I
Of TH CHOICEST IS THE
fail maids and nrava ir.on- the
most cultured t'-e w;det true "d
the fittest to ;ude if fitting fare
for the table, can find nauT. but
praise s their ranion of our
Tanksg.vir.g erx.er.ei or the fancy
luxuries prosperity permits Oi'V
'arge buying snd rraderate prc-rg
has mucr to do w.th putting gi.-.--enes
of t-:ie lies'. ott into the
homes of people of ordinary inea -j
A smaii tr.a, order will convince
you of the surcritv of our store
and our sa es methoos.
PHONE MAIN so
NORTH FIR STREET
j FRESH CADIES i
j Wg Make T em Every Day " I
and what 15 cf rr.ee fnportarce.
J is that we n-iKe f.em .if pure t
. .ater a!. :: :: :. .. . j
J SELOER, TJ.e Candy
- Van J
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United States Depositary
Capital Stock, Surplus and undivided profits $160.00000
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS
OEORGE PALMER. President. J. M. BERRY, Vich President.
F. L. MEYERS. Cashier.
W. L. BRENHOLTS, Assistant Cashier.
GEORGE U CLEAVER. F. M. BYRKIT. A. B. CONLEY.
C. C. PENINGTON. F. J. HOLMES.
General banking business. Drafts drawn on all
parts of the world
Uho Jfarmerst ana 7Jraders
CaP'tal $ 60.000.00
Surplus and Undivided Property 1 5,000.00
Liabilities ofShareholders 60,000.00
Cor.du:eau-' r Supervision of United States Bank Examiners.
6 i?E AND RELIABLE
Giad to continue IJ cn .omers and pleased to meet new ones.
A General Banking imj Ex.an?e Business Oonducted.
Loans made on approv Secjrty
Highest Market Price pa,d ,or b . .nCnty Warrants and City of
La Grande Warrants. Be,e to c. .on when you hav. warrants
I LA GRANDE IRON WORKS 1
D. FITZGERALD, Proprietor
C.mplete Machine Shops and Foundry 3
mH7'T "'r' Th9 ?,rM Roller Feed
M.I... the best and eheapest mlll on th
.Tapped w,th machinery U handle any sized work, nothing SVS
or nothing to small. Higher prices paid for old cast iron.
RHONE MAIN 16
I'll ask Stillwell what I want, for ;
( Iri-SBinn. II.. ... I .. .
. i --iiiijr una nu me tortune to
A prime r.b roast of beef, loin of pork, S11 wornn who are ideal in look and
leg of mutton and larded veal mut no 8ur- Ninety-nine timet out of a nun-