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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 28, 1907)
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rW, 'fte-hH WW word each subsequent mser-
r eLjrood sows, one Pol-
"FUb Ar"nH four.hoat... B. M.
and '"V0!;,!,, Phont Bi,ck i016'
CRAMDY. VXL . mm
" -..r-vr on city property
rVZ-Jnncy. AIo.rel estate
ree furnished' woms for
eepin(. Phone Red zei.
BLE DRESSMAK.1NU All
nmntl filled. Price reason -
B'1ii .f 1003 5d st. between
D'-j u.m. Am Phnna Red 711
i ,u nuiiie
,HED ROOMS . t Vt , 9e.ru -7.
ihd' housekeeping rooms in suites
' Also' four Yoom nouse." j-none
t 672 or call at U 19 Adam Ave.
FOUND A pair of gold rimmed glasses
in case. Owner call at this office.
WAN TED 600 bush: good, clean seed
oats at once. State price and location.
; Amaloamatbd Sugar Company. i
FOR-SALi As a bargain, several pieces
of .good furniture. Apply to Wm
Grant's residence or office early.
FOR RENT A new store building, 60s
I 60. Furnished and unfurnished rooms
for rent Inquire at new Harris building
of Mrs. Harris,
-FOffALE 20$ acres of pasture land,
close in to La urande, cheap ir sold at
onc Apply td RsAt' Estate, Loa &
FOR RENT 600 - acre we
iDroved. 5 miles from island. .City.
iith rent. None but sellable parties
need apply. Inquire : at Adcocks
Fritz furniture store. La Grande.
X)R RENT Furnished: room for; light
I hciusekeeDincr. Apply at corner of Q,
i and Bth Street, 1402 O St
T)H RELIABLE ABSTRACTS OF
j flTLES go lo the La Grande Jnvest
i' inent Company, La Grandfl -Ore., in
Foley building."' w------""
i 'JR SALE Eight acits, six room house
t barn, place for chlckene or hogs, .a
kind pf fruit and plenty of waUi1, Locat
Ibd east of flourins mill. Apply at
Tiremises nr address, John Gavan, La
REAL ESTATE- LOANS Any" amount
i on citv and country real estate. Loans
Veloeed promptly, as eoon as title is ap
proved. La Grande Investment oom
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FOR SALE Polen China boar 9 months
';bld lor exchanga pr ,aale. also several
smaller one for sale, also two Jersey
milch sow for ale. Apply to H. Vehr
Laarad,'R.F. D. No. 1 also Vergere
FOR SALE Two acres, one block east
of new school house, two dwellings, and
other improvements. Will sell cheap
for cash if sold at once. Water right
with place.?' Inquir ofW.T." Davis,
La Grande, Oregon. , .. 3 ,
FOR SALE--A story and a .tialf, frame
house containing six' rooms and ample
wood shed at back! Apply to William
Hackett. Phone Black 1292.
F03 SALE An Edison Concert Phono
graph everything complete and in good
condition. Inquire at Al Andrew's
tore, , . ,r... ,-. ,.-, . 5
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JJ P 11 0 LSTERING
GOOD AS ,NEW
Lounges and couches upholstered. .
Mattresses recovered and generaly
renovated, carpets cleaned and put
SDecial Furniture Made1 to Order,
All Work Called For and Delivered
Promptly. . ..... , a j'J
J. H. HILL-MAN
FOR SALE 10 acres Imoroeed, 2 miles
of cityt best of soijjnest for1 orchard,
beets or Gardening. $1 600. cash
P. O. box 696 A bargain. ')
FOR RFNT A new foui room cottage
.furnished 'complete for house keeping
inauire of Mrs. Zjber ..Cor. 7th and
-Wash Ave; " '
FOR . SALE-Seed poUtoee, Targe whjte
produttive. Apply to the farm of the
, Oregoa Red Apple Cpmparry.jSii.rniles
North of La Grande or Phone Black
301. .AddreM Lymatt. La -Grande
FOR 2 RFNTOne fiv room cottage
furnished for complete house. ..keeping.
Also one new fiveroorfi""(5ttage" up
furnished. .Apply to Mrs., 0. D. Sim
mons, carter 8 and K streets or phoee
A BARGAIN In a fruitand stock ranw
Located 29 miles north of Wallowa on
the Grand Ronde river, - Homeetead
'.adjoining? '-Plenty .of winter range, 6Q0
good, thrifty fruit trees. Irrigated. ISO
beang'pVolvVMC Musibe sold.'e't
once" , $2600ii'ms. Fpr further par
ticulars write W. E.'-TAOOART.' Teaf es
tate, Enterprise, Oregon. "a
BOARD AND' ROOMS f
NiceJy furnished room with or without
board. By the day, week or month. Term
Mrs. C. Shaw, U21 ; Adams Ave.
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STETSON'S "UNCLE TOM'S CABIN'
Tb cprnlng at SUtsoo'i -fiuik torn'
Cabin" on Saturday. March 2 to th
Steward's opera house reminds the writer
of the ftrm hold sorigsV as' well as tbe old
play, as on public favor. It aleo recalls
an incident It was in a hotel parlor. A
brilliant pianist had jusfeJoVd nd
Wasner' most difficult pieces and a nur-
mur of wellbred applause bad followed.
Then, very softly and tenderly like a
wt.lv tremulous -etd "Vote"' recttinj pat
thetic memorie; thrWor keys 4nJih
DlainUve melody 6f.:'AIyi OkLfKentaoky
Heme" sighing through the room. The
idle chatter ceased. Every mind wm busy
with bitter-sweet memories and ttii air
filled with the scent of vanished clover,
the warm fragrance of new-mown kay
ana the1' cno or oaoonng orooKs. ini
simple" tune knocked"! the doof ofewry
heart and the ghoU of dead days cme
trooping forth in answer,- , ...-j ;;,L--i .
An almost forgotten poet Robert Uinclfley
Messenger, qumwy wmmmhj twi ,wu .rww
to burn, eld books' to" read and old frterds
to talk with." ; He might have addedold
songs to sing and old tunes to be plajed
in the long twilght, . while he ;dozed ad
dreamed in his easy 'chair. Jt is a tact
that none of the popular songs of late year
survive a "May fly's" exieteno.- They
catch the lip but - do not hold the heart
for, unlike the old tunes, they ..have betn
wriUan"to catch the passing - fancy-thty
are not ' birthmarked with' th joy and
woes of human race. rSo, Ltoo,i'is it wifi
the:a)d plays. nd certain it 1 that lb
story-betweerf boards, pr on. th. boards
will ever take . so lasting a u hold on the
American public as Harriet Bleacher Stows
Funrivalled- sketch-of Incidents during an
epoch that.'' will always ' martr United
States history.. ."iviliiv. .-.: -." "''
: FAST-MAO. ai
Th gallery boys will be in their glory
on Wednesday March 6, when Uocoln J.
Carter's great scenic production, "The
Fast Mail"' open' at Steward Opera
house;' A - carload of 'new scenery is
carried and a clever acting company has
been encased. Brisht specialties are in
troduced durning the play.;"
To lead work on- ranohee located near
La Grande. Steady worknd gtxSd bjf
pottunity for right man; ' Party living on
north: side of city preferred. Apply at
Sugar factory office.. jf-" ;J ::;
Persons wishing first, class . dressmakv
ing done promptly, at reasonable rattfv
Successor to Stiith tt ' Da wson
should call upon Mr. W. A. Bakir,'182,C
Hill Street' opposite new brick, school
house. Fit guaranteed;
We want to be your drueeists ' thruout
1 907. you want our kind ofsef vice let's
combine.. Newlm Drug Co.
The best of
to be found in any shop.
Once a patron of our !
shop you will never go '
Careful -attention given
'the' smallest orders.
We carry a. full line of
; fresh and cured meats of
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t We can gjv.6 what - we
A BRAND NEW
Having again reopened a paint and
wall paper store, will be pleased to
again see all my old customers and
many new ones. My goods are th
beat and prices the lowest. Call
on me and I can save you money.
Sherman Williams Paints, $1.60
pe- gallon, quarts 45 cents. Every
thing else in Painting and Paper-hanging.
'phone and ask u to deliver it, mit w.
often javf jafincobwoiaoca- 2al1"
SnmAtimaa'drua store' 'good . arC r"
red ft lte'im'poVsibT to g for
them. It. may b ImportarA. too. to row
alt poibH delays U.-
Our free delivery sTic ,mee vnew
conditwV Make use S? )W : Bf in o.
Call 'Pr.oneNb. Main 81. Newlln Drug
.. w aTTElfU10rtH0IKt.
Notica is hereby given, that th annual
City election for the City of La Grajide,
Oregon, will take place in aid city," 06
the 1 1th day of March 190T;and thatth
Dolls for uch leotion willT open ftord
tbe hour of eighta'clock m until tyn
o'clock p. m., said day.
Tt, .mA alar.bon will be for th Our-
'nos of 'electing ' the following Miriad
. On mayor, on city recorder,, on, tity
matehat An 'citv treasurer, one couneiW
man froth'W first wari of said city, one
eauneilmAn from tbe second 'ward, of .Mid
dt!-counwlrrmn from thd "third Ward
of tald city, and on counctlmanrrom me
rourui wiiiu, 01 aiu vj . -
- That there will b ubmlttad to the Ux
paying voters of said city -th ;-foWowing
proposition tejpoted ttpoirnrrnnrr,
. Shall the council of the ity ot i,a
Grand Oregon be authorized to issue . a
$160,000.00 additional waUr bonds of
aid city for th purpose of constructing
a pip line toconvey th waters of Beaver
creek, to the city reservoir of said Icity
for domestic purposes, said bond to b
sold fonbt'jen thin thir par Value, and
to bear hot to exceed fiv per .cent . inter
est per nnunr. " ' i
The following pollidg paxes, judge and
clerksare hereby deeignated:-"-""
First ward, courtfious. Judges, Parry
Clark, J.' 1 "Curti.nd E. ,Albron.
Clerk, Arthur Curtis'and S, K. Baker. ,
Second Ward, hw council room, City
Recorder's 'office.' "Judge,. Geo. Ball.
David Bay and H.W. Stoner. Xlerk,' H.
E. Coolidg and A, W. Nelson. ;
Third ward, parsonage, M.- E. church,
South. Judges, C. C. Pennington, J. M.
Hilts and B. W. Grandy. Clerks, A. , C.
William and C. R. Thornton.
Fourth ward,',. Geddes Bra. tor.
Judges,. T J. Hughey,H, Montgomery
and p. Logsdon. Clerks, C J. Vander-
pool and John Halt VSZ 2 ilVft
In witness whereof, I hav hereunto at
tached my hand and affixed the seal of my
office, this 25d day of February, 1907,
Recorder of'tae' City of,l Qrand, Or.
Unlted States. Depositsry
Capital and Surplus, - -
- tniOlM AND OIRIOTOM
1E0ROE PALMER, PEsmm. r J, M. BERSi, vio Pjossrr
t". t,5SH Vc'i a 'F. L.' MEYERS, Caihibsv ' t e
W. L, BRENHOLTS. C. S. WILUAMS. ' S
1st Assistant CashbIL ,. ? , u t tod AWtifT CWM
i OEORGB 0 CLEAVER, fM BYBJOT. Aj B. CONUCYi
' nVr PFNtNOTON.' F. J. HOLMES. C
.,. . Qoiqpacaiiv Utmut hewiriB growth f th bank' wlnM sig .tN
' ' "nat ttira yar 'Ji'"'-iv0.iI!"i. ." v
January Snd 1906
January 2nd 1906 .
January Snd 190?
Total vohuM vi boaiat
w 67,70 9 1
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A sourc of troubl in hem cook-j
mals It th lack, of variety. You;
hav no ehoic of viands. Your,
appetit I jaded In on day. When
you lt down to dinner at noma to
menu contain vrjthing you do 04
is difflsrent her. Providing for -
o many, w can onr in greai- -
if .variety. If you do not car for on t
" item on tne bin or rare cnoosa an
They art all good, but thd :
choic is your. Try It for a while-
and bring that tired wife of your
' with you.
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THE MODEL RESTAURANT
J. A. Arbuckle Proprietor
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$1.00? A MONTH . j
b iKEEPS YOU WELL j
v We have nesr heard of a slnol in
stance of a cofd resulting in pneumonia or
ether luntf troubl when Foley' Honey
ana tar nas oeen lanen. unovoniystops
the cough but heals and strengthen th
lung. Ask for Foley' Honey . and Tar
and refuse anywubetitute offered.- Dr.C
J. pishop of Agnew, Mich,, writes: "I
have used Foley' Honey and Tar in three
very avr cases of pneumonia with good
results in every case. ' . - . . . ... .
What better, protection could you have ?
DO IT NOW!
Phone Red 751
If You Intend to do Either,, tee
CAR R I dk. tC SON
. . at th - Tabernacle, or, ;
j ri;V- Phone Red 621
I am prepared to '
clean' lay. and
saw carpets and
Workmen sh i p
. Guaranteed. All
PUT DOWN , prders left with
mm-. . Adcook & Harris
Phone Red 761 will precure prompt
attention.- - -"
I S. G. STQLL J
A Stitch in time saves nlnc-
Gall up either: Main 80, or: Main 91 and. we
- you a representative to explain it all and
your aplication for membership.
H.VOLP.i ' ; ?
Office, Corpt Bldg
The Management of th Union Hoepital
- OR, F. MOORMEISTER,'
Office, Nw Bank Bldg.
wUl send f ?
M A HURRY?
H. A. Staniels :
1420 ADAMS AVENUE r-!-
La Orand. Oregon.
THE TRANSFER MAN
:l will tak that trunk to th De
sot or your home In lese time than i?"
lakes to tell it.
Day phone Red 761
Night .'.'.Black. 1792
.. Wagon always at youi service
Contractor and Builder
Dealer in Building Material
Building StoneClean Coarse Sand
Qravel delivered. '
BR AW ATTENTION
There's') one way: to geta corret ' idea of our work,
i that is by coming to our studio and inspecUng the work
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we uu.. , vjui lain, ncic wm- uuh tive yuu an iuo uui
will anyone jelsscome. and ee. . We never substitute
inferior papers' 'in our-work,4, consequently our photos
have that exquisite finish every one desires. , ?
Prices - Moderate.
H J. RITTJR
t ; Photographer - 1 v- La Grande, Ore.
Free Oregon State Lands f
You are entitled to 20,40, 80
v 120 or 160 acres FREE
you simply pay for the costof irrigation,hi6h
is $10.00 per acre, "payable" one-fourth cash, .
balance in three equal annual payments.
Title direct from the STATE OF OREGON. .
;;:7S?i??.dl?:o!n fast; d0 Pt delay; 'caU! or!"
write today. . ':,; '.kiAW '
EASTERN OREGON COLONIZING CO.
Foley Block . . . ,:; JUOrwifc, Oregon
Have" yoii Arranged for the Protection of Your Family
IN CASE THAT YOU. SHOULD r.IF?
M. W. A,
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DO IT NOW! . DO. IT NOW I
The Modern Woodmen of America will take this respon
sibility for a less : . charge than any other Insurance
Institution. Stop any Modern Woodman "and ask him if
he is satisfied. - - " " ' -
DO IT NOWl . ; DO ir NOW!
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Dro Une "j
Inaming work and 1 wiU .
name v. ng pnee.