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Close Out Second Hand Goods BARGAINS
I ALWAYS THE VERY BEST
.9o and up
.75 and up
.25 and up
.5o and up
; DRIED FRUITS, all kinds.. CANED FRUITS, all kinds,
J' RAISINS, London, layer and loose.
MINSE MEAT, Heinz and home made.
- ' . $7-5o Several coal and wood heaters -$1.50
and up " cross cut saws - -
- .35 and up I " chairs and rockers - . - -6.
00 and up ! . ' bed springs -
1 2 guage Winchester shot gun
Several Winchester rifles
Several Rochester and Metal lamps
Several cook stoves - - "
I CANDY AND NUTS, largest iine in Union county
COCONUTS, and all tropical fruits, "GRAPES some- f
.' thing rtever seen here before. . ,
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
I CITRON, - LEMON AND ORANGE PEAL, SPANISH
, MALAC and CATAWBAS, imported direct from Spain
J. ? 'W. .WHITE,
Phone Main 42
u , 7
1 Cn.,-,VA ' GEO. T. PARR.
OUUQIC UCai C.B.SIMMONS, President
Sec'y and Mgr.
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Dealers In Grande Ronde Valley Products
Fruit. Hay, Potatoes and Grain ,-::: Apple a Specialty
LARGE COLD STORAGE WAREHOUSE
, Hay Wanted Now .
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Wll HMH3? ifRICES PAID
i V Calland ee' us before ' you sell
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Jefferson Ave, and Greenwood St
La Grande, Oregon
J ;J W have several cars of strictly fancy Mixed Timothy hay, which we quoti
t J; at ry low prics- JJV3.O0 ter1 ton. Wheat hay at $11.00 per ton, t
' oat at tiis'pkr'Ue '''' ' - ' ? ' , ' -"V ' X
i , A complete, Sapsly. JBf.paperT.WrappIng papev wax papery dishes, pulp
pie plates, paper oyster pails, paper bags all size, and twine. The best
r T grade of paper and the lowest price.
I Oregon Produce Company
Every Commercial Club in 'the Inland
Empire should help Spokane in her fight
for a Just railroad rat. If Spokane wins
we all win. .
i AFTER XMAS PURCHASES!
j 'PERFUMES AND ToiLET
True Odor From the Natural Flower
. It i with much pleasure that' we call
X your attention to our perfume deparfr-
meht buy our perfumes direct
Jrom thA maker. By careful study
Z ;pnd strt attention to the .'wants of
? 'pur patrons we are able to offer you
ne oesi selected line or perfumes out'
side of the large cities.- '' ' 1
. J .STATIONERY ;
r. oompieie ime or tabiau, bo papers
ifeto. Wniemtei Berlines, Eaton-Hub-
a urie apdJTihii best makers.
1 '' Vftyytry Cplordo view tablets,
'To the particular' buyers of toilet
warn n we win merely say mai you
are sure to find what you want in our J
stock, from the 26c bottle up. Roger
& Gallet'a, Colgate. Ricksecker's. e
Palmer', Pinand'e, 4-7-11", Hud- S
nut a eto. We invite you all to come
in and inspect bur perfume depart-
ment. For quality and price it can-
not be beat.
FOR THE TOILET
All the, best, brand of powders,'
lotfont, soaps, cold creams, cosmetics, '
massage creams, manicure accessories, 2
etc., are to be found In our stock. We
can please the most critical.
A. -T; HILL. :
PreacrJption Qrussist LA GRANDE, OR
LA GRANDE IRON WORKS
D. FITZGERALD, Proprietor
'i, 'rnplcte Machine Shops and Foundry
" Genera Blacksmith, We manufacture The Fitzgerald Roller Feed
..vMilU.Jhe best and cheapest mill on the market. Our shops are
. equipped, with machinery tc handle any sized work, nothing too large
"or nothing to small. Higher pt ices paid for old cast iron.
J PRETTY! YARNS, NEWRIBBONS
WOODEN ' ; KNITTING PINS
BONE CROCHET NEEDLES
HOLIDAY GOODS OF ALL KINDS
'E.' M. Wellman & Company j
Men's coats 25c up
: Women's clothing
at your own price
Phone Red 1161
Phone Black 641
F. D. HAISTEN H. B. HAISTEN
1415 Adam Avenue ' 2IS Fir Street Store
Dealers In New and Second Hand Goods
We carry a complete
line NEW FURNITURE
La Crande Evening Observer
SATURDAY JANUARY ,12. 1906
Published ' daily except on Sunday
One year in advance .
Six month in advance.......
Pr month .'. .. ,'.
CURREY BROS.. ED'S AND PROP
Poultry show are to be held thi month
in Seattle, Olympia, Portland and Walla
Walla. These meetings are good for any
community in which they are held. In a
county where poultry raising la to pro
fitable at it i in Union county the indus
try should be ancounired. The mine of
..O.OUI- . , , , ,
,uu ' markets assures the highest price, tor
eeveral month in the year our dealer
import Eastern egg. This county should
export instead import poultry product.
Entered at the Post Office at La Grand
Oregbn, a Second Class Matter. i
This paper will notfpublish any article
appearing over a nom-de-plume. Signed
articles will be received eubject to the
discretion of the editor. .. Please 'sign
yourj articles and save disappointment.
Display Ad rats rnralhJ qpob apuileation
Local raadlna noUoes lOo per Una Bret loser.
Uoa, jo per Ua Ibr eaeh eobeequent , I asm
Hon. , ... ,i
esolDUons ofooadoleaee, jo per line.
JfcrdJ of Uikakl, to per llB , -
The attention of the Oregonian is pall
ed to tLe fact that there i lea danger to
human life in Eugene "the university
town" from it water tupply than to. the
citizens of Portland from' thug and
murderer. Eugene Register. ' .'
A movement i being made which will
doubtless result in a bill being introduced
in the legislature to abolish the office of
county recorder and merge it into the
county clerk's offloe. At the present
time there are but 'twelve counties in the
state having separata recorders, these
counties are: Benton, Clackamas, Doug
la, Jackson, ' Linn, Malheur, Yamhill,
Marion, Sherman, Umatilla and Union.
The last session of the legislature abol
ished the office of recorder in Baker
Dispatches from Indianapolis, Ind., an-
nounces that Ezra Meeker, the old pioneer
of this state who left on the ' back track
of the old Oregon trail nearly a year ago,
has arrived safely in that city, which was
his point of destination.
JV H. Ackerman, state school superin
tendent, is framing a law that' will make
compulsory attendance at school compul
sory. That is what Oregon needs. There
are too many boy and girl in this state
who fail to put proper value , upon ac
quiring an education.
The Nortnwest Fruit Growers Associ
ation meets this month in Seattle. (It met
in La Grande last year.) Hera it an
opportunity to bring Grande Ronde Val
ley fruit to the attention of thousands of
-ft w. ,.
Seattle people in addition to prominent
fruit grower from all portion of the
Northwest and Canada. Who will take
the lead to make this possible ? .
An open river to the sea is the battle
cry of the Inland Empire. This would
have been brot about many years ago
had not Oregon persisted in having United
States senators who were under.; the
absolute control of the railroads. Under
the new system of electing senators this
will riot be a aasy m the future at it "has
been in the past.
The fear of special rebate which the
large packing houses Sn ' the East were
supposed to enjoy has prevented men of
limited capital from embarking in this
business in La Grande and other sections
of the Northwest. For year we have
shipped our live hogs East where they
were, manufactured into cured meat
and then shipped back to thi country.
packing house here would have the ad
vantage of the freight ' both way.
Now that rebates are tot a thingxrf the
past many small packing housee will be
springup In many localities! La Grande
ffers exceptional advantages for. such aa
.Hon. Frank C. Baker, who died in
Portland recently, left an estate valued at
$260,0001 The will leaves $2500 each
to the Portland Baby's home, Boys and
Girls Aid Society, the Children' Home,
Florence Crittenton Refuge Home. Pat-
ton Home for the aged, the Y. M. C. A.
Y. W.C. A. and Salvation -army.' There
is also set aside $18,000 to $25,000 for
a monument to the memory of Oregon
pioneer,1 and $1600 each for eight drink
ing fountains also $60,000 for beauti
fying the park. The. balance of hi
fortune goes to his wife and relatives.
" ART IfSSONS
Miss Nina Hunstock wishes to announce
to the ladies of La Grande that she i ,
prepared to take orders and give lesson
in both water colore and china painting.
Studio at 906 Main St.
CURED OF lUM TROUBLE
"It ie new eleven years since I had ' a
narrow escape from consumption," writes
C. O. Floyd, a businessman of Kenshaw,
S. C "1 had run down in weight to 135
pounds, and coughing waa constant, both
by day and by night. Finally I began
taking Dr. King' New Discovery, and
continued this for about aix months, when
my cough and lung trouble were entirely
gone and I was restored to my normal
weight, 170 pounds. Thousands of per
son are healed every year. Guaranteed
atNewlin drug store 60c and $1.00.
Trial bottle free.
X Gommence the New Year
right by trading at
Our Meats Speak
! WASHING MACHINES;
A' good washing machine makes washing a
pleasure and garments absolutely clean and
white. Do your own washing and save ennuirh
in two months to pay for a washer. We
handle the following brands:
OCEAN WAVE, SNOW BALL GUARANTEE
W. H. BOHNENKAMP CO:
Hardware, Stoves and Furniture ,
Crockery and Building Materials
La Grande National Bank
ESTABLISHED 1887 ,
United States Depositary
Capital and Surplus,
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS
OEORQE PALMER. President. ' J. M. BERRY, Vice President.
F. L. MEYERS, Cashier.
W. L. BRENH0LTS,
1st Assistant Cashier.
C. S. WILLIAMS. "
2nd Assistant Cashier
1 GEORGE L. CLEAVER, F. M. BYRKIT. . , A. B. CONLEY.
C. C PENINGTON. F.J.HOLMES.
Comparative statemeut showing growth of the bank' business in the '
past three years
January 2nd 1 904
January 2nd 1 905
January 2nd 1906
' $567.728 97
Total volume of business
' i 859.016 86
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Uhe farmer? ana TJraders
, Capital.. .v Z.. .
Surplus and Undivided Property..
Liabilities of Shareholders..
Condu-.teo u-r i-upervieion of United States Bank Examiner.
oa.E AND RELIABLE
Glad to continue Id cn..omers and plea'sed to" meet new ooee.
A General Banking jih, Exane Business Conducted. ,
Loan made on approv; Secin.y
Highest Market Price paid lor 0.nCJJnty Warranto and City of
La Grande Warrants. Be:,u,e tc ca,.on when you have warranto
AH ' kinds of ' fresh and
X and salt meats always on
hand. , , We make a
specialty of poultry. '
Give us a trial and be
Phone Red 751
Smith &. Dawson
I LATE JEWELRY ARRIVALS NOW
J. H. PEARE. I
La Grande's Leading
Jeweler and 'optician j
Opposite U. S. Land Office
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v ULrtNUABLE JEWELRY IN CITY
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