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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 13, 1906)
DIAMONDS, WATCHES, CHAINS, BRACELETS, RINGS AND PINS
and everything in the jewelry line carried by a first class Jewelry Store
Best selected stock of Clocks
in Eastern Oregon
Special line of best Quality
Gold Headed Umbrellas
Hand painted China
Why take chances in buying from houses you do not
know when you can find everything you want in
the Jewelry line in a house that you have known for
fifteen years, and is always ready to correct any mis
takes should tlpre happen to be one.
All my stock is in La Grande, where I intend to stay
and will be h? re to accomcdate you in future years.
Make your Christmas selections early, I will lay the
articles away for you. A nice piece of jewelry is the
most acceptable present for lady or gentleman
All goods sold at lowest prices in Eastern Oregon, quuality considered
Next door to Ncul'iTs Drug Store
Opposite United States Land Office
p- TT A h 1 La Lrande's Leaongewekr
LJ ' Established 1891
: STANDARD COMMERCIAL COLLEGE
Sommer block La Grande. Orewn
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BUSINESS COLLEGE HUNK j
Complete Business and Shorthand Course
L', .ill i t. ' . E. ,fcN'i!:'i
' M- S lattery. Principal.'"
Pendleton Business college has just
been sold by Prof, and Mrs. E. M. Churc
hill, who have conducted it for the past
thrse years, to Miss M. M. Slattery, of
the Standard Commercial college of
Spokane, who also conducts the ;uin
college at La Grande.
Pendleton Business college was founded
1809 and has boen in the hands nf
number of proprietors since its birth. It
nas been a notable attraction in the edu
cational life of Rendition and has brought
a large nutnher of young pe ipie from all
parts of Mainland empire to this city for
a business pHu-tinn
Miss Slavery is an experienced business 1
collece woman .uvl will AA ...... f,.
mm, ,...ve we micw no.v how to appreciate
!t' A t:".;l;'r'ic:' 'v;1! co:iv;n:e you that we do
i BADE f
I "Qiwlitj. Cli-aniiness and Curtesy" is our molto first.
I:st a-M aluas
Curs ausages arc admitted
ycr is instructed to I
to buy nothing but the best of t
9 and mak: it a'lractiva in every way. She !
I IV OoTttrv. I
' ft. ... 'I djr
i ft'-ar V- 'i J Award! 1
H -- Cold Medal ff J I
i I. .TTZ
s a graduate of Oshkosh Norma! school
and of the University of Wisconsin, and
has had a large practical experience in the
management of commercial schools.
Prof, and Mrs. Churchill have not yet
decided upon their future work, but w.l
perhaps remain in this city or vie nity.
Miss Slattery, in speak;eg of the pros
pects of the college, sa.d to ihe East Or-
"With this excellent foundar on tn hu'i4
on, Pend'etoncan boast a busir.ess college
secona to none in the west. It js my ,n.
tention to add to the alreaey ertic:ent
corps of teachers two of the s'.r.?rest
comme'cial men that msr.ey can procure "
-Pendleton E. 0.
is perhaps the most important poir t in securing a
good P1cture and its a point to w'hich we gW Tuch
care. ..e study each subject and brin? out the
"he work Tn M Same,care is gen to every part of
toandc finiShed P1Cture a pleasure
!H. J. RITTJER
t La Grande, Ore.
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WJNN & CO:?"'-!- Mew Yorf'
i HAD A CLO CALL
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wa .b Jinp.ete.v c:ej
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al lV'v " Drug Co., drujit;.'
sa.s A. c'.
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se ftr.tf.ted r.y
.n;W --U.r. Tea.
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1 or I
TnE TRANSFER MAN
-e wi.i take that trunk to the De--'-t
or y;Jr home in less time thar. if
lakes t: tell it.
Py phone Red 761
k-iht " Black 1792
waon always at youi service
evervona tn hf th 1
Puresl and b"t. and all the varieties known to the
sausage ir,aker:; art. We invite the public to call and I
I inspect our sausage -kitchen, as neat and clean as any i
house-keepers" kitchen. I
J We have at all times a full supply of fish, clams 1
t crabs. Eastern and Olympia oysters. ' t
t Hams and bacon cf our own make. $
Give us a trial order and we will convince you that
we understand the meat business in all its braches.
J Phor.e Ntair: 1G. cr what wiil P!Case us better, call on t
I us persona .y
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Pride of Grande Rondel!! iw x-I
j ; I Domestic or Polish j
produet of the Imbler flcunng m.ll situated ,n the very Wt ! E LALADER 0LR SHIRTS CCLI ARS ' I
1 host wheat land in GrnH. R.w. .:... 6 ' "e ! ! C.t PFC u .r.. ''"lO. UtLLAKo J
host w,t land in Grande Ronde valley, consequently the best cw. A tral
... u.nivt ou ui its superority
Ar. n tFe ...V. o, ui;llak5
AND CtrrS UlTH EITHER FIMSH YOU
Ir.S'st on havr-s your order filled with this brand or the "Pate-t'
For sa . by all first class dealers. Don't submit to any suos-utlcn.
te ! Otii l r I I r nr . in ... .
rto, "8 oiiulll oubUi ijAiy "$?,a : ; i i ikaKj ui ji riiifif Lvrnn
WORK CALLED FOR AD DELIVERED
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