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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (April 11, 1905)
On everything in the line of new and second band
good. Come and tee for yoaraelf -
FishLig Season is Here
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Tables .. ........$ 1.25 and op
Bed Steads. .-. .CO -
Bed room Suits ........ 12 60 , -"1
Bureaus 4.00 11
Bicycles................ 6.00 "
Cook Stoves , 4.00 "
LouDges....... ....... . 1.50 . "
Z wagon 8.00
The La Grande Pawnbrokers
Corner Fir and Adams
Remember w etlll bvy and mU all' kinds mf ,rt
ef Second Hand Good J . Thone 1551
Who Has the - Best
G A N BY
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. Mies Wolf of Union ia visiting
Mr. J W StotU earn over from Do-1
Ion last evening for a abort rlalt with
Mrs. G Q Binghan, accompanied by
bar Uttle daoghUr Alloa, of Salem, la
In the city this week, the gaeat of her
later lira. W X Ramsey.
The Ljrle Maalcale la arranging for
a maaioal treat which will eclipse any
thing attempted this season in this
city. . .- . ,
Tbe Ladles of the Presbyterian Aid
Society will give a "Tea" at the borne
of Mrs. Anthony on Wednesday after
noon. Everyone moat cordially in
vited to attend.
The ordinance providing for the eon
traction of cement and wooden aide
walks will be published to tomorrow's
paper. Yon will certainly be eon
vlnced that it Is the city's Intention to
have the very beet wa' ka poaalble.
i .Attorney Cbaa. Cochran -It over
from Union today being ona of. live
attorney! in the Uoion railway ease.
Why the La Grande Drug Co.; of course,
Agents ; for F. F. . Haradon & Son's
. Also at Paul's Cigar Store. Ask Others for them
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WHEAT, Bluesteam and Club
BLUE BARLEY '
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L Baled Alfalfa, Wild ,and Timothy Hay
COAL and WOOD
! Grande Ronde Cash Company.
Press Lewis Dean Crowe ' X
Pkone 1801 New warehouse on Jefferson Avenue .
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JOIN THE, CLUB AND GET ONE FOR $1.00
Watch thif ipacs for Suit
F Bramwell. the $35
and CW Preston the $25
Suit last Saturday
Two drawings on Sat
A.L AN DREWS
HABERDASHER AND TAIL') t .
i SEEDS SEEDS
t Jast received a Car Load oi Alfalfa Seed
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" ; Red Clover, TimolhyJ Re Top. All . j
' kinds of Grass sseds. Bulk; Garden I
Seed, Bald' Barley, Rye, Wheat and Oats v V
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JEFFERSONAVE PHONE W
BoottAKuha the cement., walk
oontraoiori oommeoced Ibis after
mwwu vu mmim. in iron ol ne Mew-
lia Drug Store for Joseph Palmer,
the owner ol the building. 1 ' 1
If ist Mary Case, the talented
young linger who appeared in this
city in October 1902 under the au
spices of the Lyle Tuesday Musical
baa been again secured by Ibis organi
sation and she will be here on the 181 b
one week from today.
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Mr a J Abbot representing F F
Haradon A Bon, wholesale maoufao
taring confectioners of Portland , was
in the city today in the interest of his
bouse, and among other good business
which he did in this city, he called at
this office and made a yearly oontraot
for adrertising apace in the Evening
Observer. He eayi bis houae ia pre
pared to handle all the trade which
Eaatern Oregon will send It, and wi'l
do its bes) to merit a liberal patronage,
In Robert Smith of Poatlaod la '.a the
city on business. .
Mf Rupert Irwin of Union, is ia the
city oa a abort visit.
Mr Geo H Carrol ol Baker City, who
baa been ia the eity on busineee. left
this morning for e abort visit to
Elgin. , x
E Reisland made a visit to the Cove
Sunday. He states the valley la a per
fect garden. Everythiog ia growing
Mr Sam Eitter, who arrived in the
eity from Baker Oily yesterday, left
this morniog (or Elgin on a business
There are a number c f etreet signs
that need retaoking. ' If left long in
their present condition mapy will be
rained beyond repair.
Mr W K Davia ol the Crescent Knit-
ling Milla ol tbis eity, left this mora
iog for several days visit to Baker
City in the interest ol the Knitting
Mr Marion Irwin of Union, arrived
here this morning and left for Elgin,
to which place he goes on lodge basi-
I Lave a nice assortment of fishing t&clK
Poles, 6 cents to $10.00. Other articles in proportion
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I HAVE THE FLY HOOKS THAT
CATCH' THE FISH.
Trt them when, you want to make a good catch.
MRS. T. N. MURPHY
HARDWARE, CROCKERY ETC.
amaiEsanMraBa3twaMiim ifcMWf lUgflfr
Sumpter and other points before re
turning to bis home.
Attorney Joe F Baker returned last
evening from Wallowa county, Ho ia
entbusiaatie over the possibilities and
saya it ia only a question ol a very lew
years until Wallowa will be highly de
veloped. Mre baker did not return
with him. .
Petitions are being circulated and
are being liberaly signed to refer the
general appropriation bill passed by
the last luRislature, to the people to
be voted npon ia June 1906. The mo
tive ia to strike at the appropriation
made for the fonr Normal schools in
the state. Others are signing the pe
titions to teach all future legislatures
that their aefs are subject to the ap
proval of the people, and . that their
constituents are to be considered, in
the enaotment of lawi.
The world do move. The city re
corder's offioe baa a street number dia
played over ite door
The railroad offloial are preparing
for the Lewie and Clark Fair. It will
aol be 1 jng until the rush will be on.
. J D MeKennon yesterday aold 160
aores ol timberland to Dexter Eaton
who resides a lew miles east of the city
Mr Mao Wood waa a business visitor
In Baker Cltv vmUHiiv.
Marshall Raybarn will commence
tomorrow on the construction of an
addition to the- property which he pur
chased last week in the weetern parti -on
Prosecuting attorney Lomax la down
from Baker City appearing as counsel
in the case over the possession ol the
Union railroad whioh Is being - heard
before Judge Eakin.
The Telephone and Ele ctrle lipht
oompanles will aoon oommenoe the
painting of their poles on the bnslneas
atreeteol the city Thia will make quite
an improvement Id the general appear
Wm. Allison, ot the La Grande
Milling Co., has been on an extended
bnslneas trip in Idaho in the Intereata
of the milla. He returned home Mon
day and expresses himself well pleaaed
with bia auoceaa in Impressing on the
people of Idaho that La Grande flour
Is the best of all.
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That is the Whole Story in a Nut SheU
And Expresses . more than we could tell vou in a Whole
paee of advertisinc:. However; there, are a lew etec'al
things we . would like to call vour attention to -just now
In our Dry Goods Department In our Men's Department In our Hardware and
A great line of Lace and Net Cur- A great line of Shirts Cr6cRery Department
tains, per pair 75c to $4-75 each . 33c to $1.75 ' -
i . . : A great line of Dinner Sets
A great line of Table Linens, , A great line of Shoes frctn a 47 piece set at $3.58
per yard 37Jc to $1.25 ; per pair $1 50 to $3.50 to a 73 piece set at . 8.00
A great line of Towels : A great line of Men's Suits A great line of Glassware .
per pair 10c to 75c ; $5.00 to $18.00 per piece c to 50
A gieat line of Table Oil Cloth A t u of Pants t.00 to $4.00 A great line of Mirrors 20c to $8.00
peryard 20c b
A great line Pood, (oj M A great line of Hats 25c t. $3.00 A liM of Pic're .gjp 00
AgreaUineonjaibreSkirt, a great line ot Ties i .0c to $..00 AglrfUMc
A great line of Shirt Waists A great line of Trunks and Suit A great line of Paint Brushes
each 35e to $4.50 Cases each 35c to $12.50 5c to $1.45
A great lice of Trimmed Hats A great line of Boys' Suits A great line of Toilet Soaps
$2.75 to $6.50 75c to $4.75 6 Bars for 25c
A GREAT LINE OF EVERYTHING A GREAT LINE OF EVERYTHING A GREAT LINE OF. EVERYTHING
THE GOLDEN RULE COMPANY,
130ril8'1312 Adams Avenue
Largest Store Smallest Prices
. HIGH LIVING
ia possible at low cost. Oar patrona
are partloalarl well fed, yet none
ooold be aooased c( spending too iroch N v
money on tbe "inner man." At
THE MODEL RESTAURANT
excellent mcala are served at a very
Tbe food is of tbe finest quality;
well cooked and well served. Dining
room Is well appointed and comfort
J. A. ARBUOKLE, Prop.
, OPEN DAY AND NIOHT
We sea weekly Meal ,
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