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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 12, 1906)
! CHRISTMAS PRESENT;
Step in and examine our 10c 26c, 50c and 75c Tables fy
j w trains in Ghinavare, etc.
; wnicn an contain gouu wb"'-
? . . ; ... .Bffit diss, silverware, :
; i also nave a nne aswi wnouw - . .
carvers, jardineers. ice skates, sieas i.u
li IE Ml
The Jolly Old Fellow dill
again make his headquar
ters at our store
. And has made arrangements to entcr
iz'.r. ycj v.hi! yet! are fi!'r!" t what you
would like to have and what you would like to give
your friends. '
It will be a genuine pleasure this year to examine
the aggregation or artistic, useful and entertaining
articles that have been gathered together for the
ccinlr Ct.rijfn as. There are big beautiful dolls, with real hair. There are doll houses and doll furniture,
clowns that to all kinds of funny tricks, musical instruments, such as horns, mouth organs, pianos flutes,
drims etc; animals that look and act Just like real ones, mechanical toys, such as automobiles, fire engines,
steam f i gins, tiairs. etc: albums, sewing boxes, toilet cases, shaving sets, smoking sets, writing sets, fine
china tfistcs. tcf t ftl pictures, valuable silverware, books, ornaments for the tree and all the thousand and
one things I hat will make glad the hearts of your friends on Christmas morning.
Whatever You Have To Spend, Whether A Large Or Small Amount-Your
Mercy Will Co farthest And Buy The Best Goods Here.
Golden Rule Company
Gome early before they are picked over. Presents
! MRS. T.N. MURPHY
Hardware and Ranges
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: LOCAL ITEMS j
1303. 1310. 1312 ADAMS AVENUE
Now is the time
to have your old
will do the work.
Agent for Cleveland Bicycles
ANNUAL MEETING "
Notice it hereby oiven that the annual
moating of the stockholders of the La
Grande National Bank will be held at
their banking house in Li Grande. Ore.,
on Tuesday Jan. 8th. between the hours
of 1 0 a m and p m. at which meeting
a board of nine directors will be elected
to serve for the ensuing year and such
other business will be transacted as may
properly come before said meeting.
La Grande, Oregon, Dec 8th.
What is it?
Of the shareholders of the Farmers
and Traders National Bank of La Grande
will be held at their banking house in La
Grande on Tuesday the 8th day of Jan.
1 907 between the hours of 1 0 o'clock
a m and 2pm of said day to select
board of directors for the ensuing, year
and for such other business as may come
before said meeting.
Farmers & Traders Nat'l Bank.
J. W. Scriber. Cashier.
Dec. 8, 1 906.
1 0 cents.
Newlin Druo Co.
an JAN. TAXED
The capacity of the city jail is taxed
today, after being idle for several days.
Josie Palmer, who has been seen in La
Grande ere this, and who has held forth
in Hilgard recently, occupies one cell.
She is serving out a thirty days' sentence
for disoiderly. conduct. . She was also
fined twenty-five dojlors. Hany Holmes
will shrvel mud oft the side walks for ten
days because of loitering on the streets at
5 o'clock this morning
DeLaney and L. McMicheels are' serv
ing terms of five days for vagrancy.
1 0 cents.
Newlwin Druo Co.
S. M. Clapp of Lewiston. Idaho, is a
guest of Conductor Wissler this week.
Tom Walsh Jr. left this morning for
St. Louis where he has relatives that are
Jay Wil'iams. a representative of the
Hunt Implement Company of Walla Walla,
is a La Grande visitor today.
Dr. M. K. Hall returned this morning
from Pqrtland where he has been on
business the past few davs.
District Judge-elect Thos. Crawford
returned from a business trip to Portland
R. M. White and Doctor Stiles of Walla
Walla were in the city last evening en
route to Elgin where they will transact
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bramwell re
turned this morning from Ogden. Mrs.
Bramwell has been visiting there for the
past few months and was joined by her
husband a week or two ago.
Mrs. Tom Walsh, formerly of this city
but now of Spokane, passed thru the city
this morning on her way to St. Louis
where her mother is seriously ill. During
the few minutes the train waited at the
depot, she was met ny several of her
many friends in this city.
Rev. B. F. Meredith, formerly pastor
of the Methodist church of this city, but
recently removed to Weiser. Idaho, where
he is now field agent for the Jason Lee
Academy, arrived in the city this morning
and will spend a few days with friends.
He states that be is comfortably located
in his new home and rapidly adapting his
self to the new surroundings.
STILWILL & (0.
The cleanest meat and mostup-to-date
market in the city. Special attention
to boarding- houses.
WANTED Girl for general housework.
' Small family. Inquire Parr-Simmons
fruit house. Mrs. Garret Olden
The Fair is drawing to a close and
most of the articles on the fancy tables
have been sold, but there are a few left
which will repay inspection.
Among the features of the fair is a
fr:c s:h:,,,,'r, in Miis Slattery's Busi
ness College. Mrs. McCoy of Old Town
will explain the conditions to all wno
wish to enter the race. Thursday night
the ten prizes will be drawn at the close '
of the fair. V
RELATIVES IN LA GRANDE
Rev. Joseph Hanna, the pioneer Pres
byterian minister of this state who died
recently and was buried at Corvallis last
Monday, was the uncle of Herbert Hanna ;.
official court reporter of this city. He
was also a near relative of Hon. Judge
Eakin. ' f
Rev. Mr. Hanna was a pioneer, both of'. -Oregon
and of Presbyterianism in Oregon
He came to the state in 1 852 and settled
in Marysville, now Corvallis. There he
organized a Presbyterian congregation in JP
1853. At the second meeting of the
Presbytery of Oregon, held October 1853
then consisting of Rev. Lewis Thompson,
Dr. E. E. Geary, and Rev. Robert Robe,
Rev. Mr. Hanna was received from the
Presbytery of Wooster, 0., and his name,
together with that of the church at Cor
vallis, consisting of five members was
enrolled by the Presbytery.
(ticrlpps Newa Association)
Chicago, Dec. 1 2-Wheat opened at 74 'i f
closed at 74 V, corn opened at 42 'fc
closed at 41; oats opened at 34
closed at J378,
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HAVE THE STOCK
PRICES ARE RIGHT
REMEMBER WE SAVE YOU MONEY ON PURCHASES
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