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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 9, 1907)
Close Out Second Hand Goods BARGAINS
ALWAYS THE VERY BEST j
.9o and up
.75 and up '
.25 and up
,5o and up
Several coal and wood heaters
" cross cut saws -"
chairs and rockers -"
bed springs - -
j DRIED fRUITS, all kinds. CANED fRUITS, all kinds.
12 guage Winchester shct gun . - - : '. $7.5o
Several Winchester rifles - . "- $1.5oandup
Several Rochester and Metal lamps - .35 and up
Several cook stove3 - - -S.coandup
;. RAISINS, London, layer and loose.
! MINSE MEAT, Heinz and home made.
CANDY AND NUTS, largest iine in Unioji county '
COCONUTS, and all tropical fruits, GRAPES some-
thing never seen here before.
; CITRON. LEMON AND ORANGE PEAL SPANISH
Lots of tools, picture frames and other articles of VALUE too numerous to mention will be sold at BARGAINS to
CLOSE OUT AT ONCE before inventory
MALAG and CATAWBAS, imported direct from Spain
J. W. WHITE,
Fhone Main 42
?l ' PARR
i A Souarc Deal c. b. simmons. pwdint ;
M i - -,, t -- - , - Ss'y and Mgr.
tJj . PHONE MAIN 51
; II PARR-SIMMONS COMPANY I:
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Dealers in Grande Ronde Valley Products
Fruit. Hay, Potatoes and Grain ::: Apples a Spcialty
LARGE COLD STORAGE WAREHOUSE
Hay Wanted Now
HIGHEST PRICES PAID
Call and tea u before you tell
Jefferson Ave, and Greenwood St.
La Grande, Oregon
We have several earl of strictly fancy Mixed Timothy hay. which we quote
at very low prices, at $13.00 per ton. Wheat hay at $1 1.00 per ton.
A complete Supply of Paper- Wrapping paper, wax paper, dishes, pulp J
pie plates, paper oyster pails, paper bags all sizes, and twine. The best i
grades of paper and the lowest prices. t
PHONE MAIN 2
Oregon Produce Company :
! AFTER XMAS PURCHASES!
PERFUMES AND TOILET
True Odors From the Natu.al Flowers
It is with much pleasure that we ca
To the particular buyers of toilet
waters we will merely say that you
are sura to find what you want in our J
r.t. (mm tha ORr hnttlp tin R lopr
your attention to our perfume depart -I Q(J RicUsecker-s. :
ment. We buy our perrumes oirect Pnan(J.$i ..4.7.,,-, Hud- ;
irom me w ---... w . . , ,
anO SlTlCt eUl.Brii.IUII UJ nio nauvs w,
our patrons we are able to offar you
the best selected line of perfumes out
side of the large cities.
ment. For quality and prices it can
not be beat.
A complete line of tablets, box papers
etc. Whitings, Berimes, Eaton-Hub-ur.i
and all the best makers.
We carry Colorado view tablets.
FOR THE TOILET
the best brands cf powers.
lotions, soaps, cold creams, cosine! cs.
massage creams, mar.xure access jiies.
etc.. are to be f jund in our stock. Wa
,can piease tr.e most critical.
LA GRANDE. OR
Men's coats 25c up
Women's , clothing
. at your own price
Phone Red 1161
Phone Black 641
F. D. HAISTEIM H. B. HAISTEN
1415 Adam Avenue . 213 Fir Street Store
Dealers In New and Second Hand Goods .
We carry a complete
line NEW FURNITURE
Id Grande Weekly ODserver
Published Every Friday Morning
ONE COLLAR PER YEAR
SURREY EROS., EDS AND PROP
Entered at the Post Cff.ce at La Grande
Oregon, as Second Class Matter.
This paper will notpubiish any article
appearing over a nom-de-plume. Signed
articles will be received subject to the
discretion of the editors. Please sign
cur, articles and save disappointment.
ADVKK'f OINU KATKH
"pi: ad raw" T-nllil upuD K,j,ilitlui.
raaillru !.,( ice , jb per line first lue.
'!,, 5c i'tr nut lui u.l HubMfqurui low
Una, tiwolrt !iu'ifcu'1olenAr. iOyt line.
-Jard-"f luubkii, V tier linaw
Even the Booth lane is reported to be
passible at present.
The city council meets tonight. Tne
businecs to be considered is of sufficient
importance to warrant a good attendance
by our businesrr.en and property owners.
The establishing of offices of the East
ern Oregon White Pine Company in this
city is another evidence of the general
centralization of the lumbering interests of
this section in La Grande.
Every young man in the United States
can take a gentle hint of the result of
sidestepping fron th straight and cor
rect methods of doing business from the
life of United States Senator Bailey of
Less than six months ago Mr. Bailey
was looked upon as one of the coming
men of the country. His record was
such that few could point to with greater
pride or success. He had served ten
years in the lower house of congress and
was practically assured of reelection to
to the senate up to within a few months
ago. A young man only 44 years old
with a brilliant record, being well educat
ed, stroig. rob j it and with a futur-
which in this searching age for strong
pure men unlimited in possibilities. While
Senator Bailey may possibly be reelected
his fair name has been tainted and his
own people have turned him down. The
hero of many patriot people irrespective
of party has fallen. Ha knew better but
the greed for money did it. He would
wiliingly commence all over again, but it
is too late. He has been tried and found
He mut lie in the bed he made for
himself and a blasted li'o only, will re
main possibly a few years longer to re
mind the youth of our country that
honesty is the bast policy in the twentiet
century the same as it his baun in the
The Interstate Commerca G-immission
Tne Union Daners are emDhatic that Is now directing its attentio,, tJ the in-
A necessity at
W. H. BOHNRNKAMP CO
Hardware, Stoves and Furniture
Crockery and Building Materials
La Grande National Bank
United States Depositary
Capital Stock, Surplus and undivided profits $160,00000
OFFICERS ANO DIRECTORS
1EORQE PALMER, President. J. M. BERRY, Vice President.
F. L. MEYERS. Cashier.
W. L. BRENHOLTS, Assistant Cashier.
GEORGE L. CLEAVER, F. M. BYRKIT. A. B. CONLEY.
C C PENINGTON. F. J. HOLMES.
tne financial troubles of the Oregon Con
struction Company .v ill in no manner pre
vent tha Central Railroad Company from
cor.t r.uirg the construction of its lines as
origuily-contemplated in this valley
We hope th,s will prov-j true.
Whiie e may hvt diplomatic foreign
cjuestior.s fiim ti-.iu to time that will put
our .iioitm ana :itasmanship to a
severe ttst, we have a race question
witnin our own borders that will keep us
busy fcr a number of years to solvj.
Tnat it will be solved is not to be ques
tioned r.ut whin it is we must be pre;
pared fir what at first will be consider
ed rad.cjl, and during the crucial period
cf reconstruction, injustice will possibly
result in r.nt a few instances to both the
black ,rd while man.
effective operation of the block system
which has been established on so many
of the railroads. A disregard of the sig
nals is assumed to be the cause of so
many of the recent wrecks. This com
mission is certainly earning its salary and
is doing the general public a great service.
For a number of years its power was
mited but the last congress gave them
a wider scope which has made possible
so much of the active wjrk it has been
engaged m tiie pastfw months.
For a number of ysars the publicity
idea was look'j upon as a fanatica
theory. 'Today, after a few months of
practical applican t it is pronounced a
success, however tie manacs-s of not a
few of the insurance c n.pa: ,es and rail
roads will be slow with tneir testiinon'
LA GRANDE IRON WORKS
D. FITZuERALO. Pr:?r.etor
Complete Machine Shops and Foundry
Genera Blacksmiths, Wa manufacture Tt.a F,t:k-era',i Rciler Feea
Mill., the test and cheapest miii or. tr.e market. Our snaps are
equipped with machinery U handle any s, zed wcr. nothing tec !are
or nothing to small. Highe- prices paid for old cast iron.
j Ore ;.f the results of the Pure J
! f1 -d Law is the tetegrapie order of one '
of tr.e large minufacturers of uirer
! ir.er'.ed grape juice to ship all stack now
j in the ftadsof tie wholesale houses back
to t'lcn. Tnii means that their products
w.-.in. i siana ine government analys.s.
Th s does not mean that tiis company is
jin ij i eiite irom Business by ar.y
General banking business,
parts of the world
Drafts drawn on all
PRETTY. YARS, M RIBBONS
WOODEN KM I UNO PINS
BONE CROCHET NEEDLES
HOLIDAY C00DS Of ALL KINDS
E. M. Wellman & Company;
THE MUSICAL HOME IS A HAPPY HOME
There's always happiness where there's
music. Music drives away care and sor
row, it you have no music m your home
remenber some member of your family
Cail at our store at your earliest op-
retr.shut that they do intend to place portunity and see how easily these won
farmers ana TTraders
Capital $ 60,000.00
Surplus and Undivided Property ,.. 1 5,000.00
Liabilities cf Shareholders 60,000.00
upen tr.e market a proJuct tut
ar.d whciesome This cractcaliv re
r.djstry has made a wonderful develop-
Conducted u-Jjr ttpervision of United States Bank Examiners.
Glad to continue IJ cn.xmers ar.d pleased to meet new i nes.
A General Banking art Ex,,ang2 Business Conducted.
Loans made on approv- Secx '..y
Highest Market Price paid i'or U....nC aunty Warrants and City of
La Grande Warrants, Be'suie tc c;.. .cn :s when ycu have warrants
derfui tone reproducers are operated and
I how easy it is to buy one.
We have Ed.son Phonographs at var
! ious Drices from $10.00 ud. Also all the
ment during the past fo y.lrs and will ; latest and best records. We'll play some
undoubtedly continue to grow, especially of them for you and you can select those
as its wholesome.es, is to rece ve the that appeal to you. New ones out month
protection of the govcrrment. We are ly' Newlin Druo Company
constantly becomirg ir.ore ani more de- I
pendent upon our government to adjust
the evils cf cotnmercia' 5 n and if it does
net assume these obi n it. o-.s "
Pride of Grande Ronde I
CURED OE Wx TROUBLE
It s mw eleven yci since I had a
of the narrow escapefrom corsuTr;"r," writes
. Kj vJ.t-toyd.a Dusir.essrnai. nl I r.ersnaw.
proragative of ourgovermne-it s simply s c. -i had run down in weight to 135
a lowed to remain dormant. The Puis pound. and coughing was constant, both
. , , by day and by night. Finally 1 began
Food Law just became operative on the taking Dr. King's New Discovery, and
first of this year and it will undoubtedlv continued this for about six months, when
,.,,, 'my cough and lung trouble were entirely
work wonders for the benefit of the gen- gcn9 and wa8 re5tored to my normal
eral public. Unfermentedgrapa juice will weight. 170 pound. Thousands of per-
,, , , . , ,, , sons are healed every yer. Guaranteed
notbeailof the products that will need at Newlin drug store. 50e and $1.00.
reconstructing. Trial bottle free.
The product of the Imbler flouring mill situated in the very heart of the
best wheat land in Grande Ronde valley, consequently the best flour. A trial
will convince you of its superority.
Insist on having your order filled with this brand or the "Patent" from this
For sale by all first class dealers. Don't submit to any substitution.
! Pride of Grande Ronde
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