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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (June 2, 1905)
Wateh this apace (or Suit
- winner .
Fred Harris $35
E P Slaplri (he $25
Suit Urt Saturday
Two drawings on Set
THEY HAVE ARRIVED
A large alignment of the Justly celebrated CAR
IIARTT BRAND of inen'a worging clothing Made in
an honorablo way for honorable men . We have
tecnred the sole agency for these goods for this section
and invite your inspection.
AIL. A.ISJ DREWS
Haberdasher and Tailor
J J j jLa Local Item? -i j
A New Departure at
The La Grande Drug Co.
F, F. HARADON & SON,
Now 25 and 50 cents per box
Burned Out but not
Will be ready for business again in a few days
Watch for special announcement .
The La Grande Pawnbrokers
Sraator Fnlton will dalivar the
oratloa on tba Fourth at Bakar City.
The LyU Mutieala !U hold Ita an.
nnal reception oaxt Tuesday- renins
at the Elk's hall. Each membar of the
Mualoala baa tba privilege of inviting
foargaeata. t- ' '
1 1 Vergere, of tba Verger telephone
company, left laat night tor IlUnoia In
reeponee to a wire stating that hia
mother waa critically 111.
The Grande Honda Electric Co , are
now ont In the valley five milea with
tbilr wire beaded towards the Cove.
. The Indian realdentaof the Umatilla
reaervation are preparing to bold a ten
daya celebration for the Fourth of
July. . . --y ; .
Mrs. BUvena and Mlaa Gordon are
holding large W 0 T U meetings' In
Mattera of Importance will coma be
tore the boalneaa men'a meeting at the
Commercial Club tbia evening Every
member ahonld be preaent. -, '
are now In course of consideration
and It is expected they will be preaent
ed at the next meeting of the oonnoil.
One is the licensing of bioyole and the
other la to ltacenie clairvoyants Many
oitiea eeoure quite a revenue from the
latter source .
Next Monday the municipal election
ot Portland takea place. The campaign
haa and la being waxed warm. The
large republican majority In that city
aeema to warrant the election of mayor
Williams but the opposition etubborcly
maintain that they have a anrprlie In
store The campaign practically closes
tomorrow evening. The voting oloeea
Mondey evening. , ;
Superintendent Gamle, of the ex
periment atation at Union, waa a La
Grande visitor yesterday; and atatea
that he la afraid that it will be necess-
ary to close the station aa the result
ot tba referendum of the general Bp
appropriation bill which anependa all
peyinente. In other words, there are
no available f unda, Tbla aeema too
bad aa It la just possible that this will
be the entering wedge that will finally
result in the abandonment of the
etation altogether. .
Just received a Car Load of Alfalfa Seed
Red Clover, Timothy, Red Top. All
kinds of Grass sseds. Balk Garden
Seed, Bald Barley, Rye, Wheat and Oats
TEFFERSON AVE PHONE 1571.
Xcut weat bound train aeema to be
loaded to capacity, and the rail road
men ear tbe Lewia and Clark fair la
the eaoae ot the heavy travel . ., , .
f eland Citv received another good
rain tbla morning. 4 Tola makea two
big showers within the paat few daya
beets will certainly be world beetera
tbla year. ." '..'
Th La Grande Iron Worke yea er
day rcoeived an order for building ma
terlal from Elgin which will furniab
work sufficient to ksep the foundry
buy for the next three weeks. . - .
' If r J If Martin and wife arrived
thia morning from Welser and are at
the Foley House where they will re
main until they can secure a suitable
houae. Mr Martin ia the gentleman
selected a euperintendent of the La
Grande publio achools for the next
year. . , , . ,',.;. , ,
Reglater E W Davia, School Superin
tendent B K Bragg, and Attorney O II
Finn, returned thia morning from
Portland where they went to witneaa
the formal opening of the Lewie and
Clark lair. The gentlemen report the
opening a grand eoooeea, and ; atate
that though tba exposition, ia still
aomawhat Incomplete, there ia sufflel-
ent in eight to demonstrate : the fact
that tba Lewie and Clark expoaltlon
will fully coma opto the public ex'pect
ation. : ' "
, TL; Li Crisis ? Vni h
Inoreaaed ao rapidly that Prof. Day
haa been obliged to rent the entire
aanond floor of the Fisher building
opposite the ( Foley Hotel over the
randy etore, which he haa aeoured far
three yeara. " ! June 6
II T ' - III! Ml I
By Sorippa Newa association
London, June 2 "-The government
haa auatalned a cruahing defeat in the
election of Buxton, liberal over Beck
ett, Unionist, in the Wblt g divialon
ot Yorkshire. Whitby baa been a eon
aervatlve atrongbold for. the paat
I have a complete stock of bee supplies inch as, hlyes,
smokers, wax, fouodatum etc. Now is the time to
look after yonr bees. : ,
My Hammocks cannot be beat. Try one,
I also have a nice assortment of builders hardware,
locks, at all prices. Carpenter tool and blacksmith
enppiies to suit any one.
MRS. T. N. MURPHY,
Hardwaie and Cnt Class. ,
Might Mean War
Bcrippa Newa Aaaoolation
Conatantinople June 2 8ervia has
notified Turkey that ahe will recall ber
minlater from Conatantinople onleaa
aatiafaotlon la not given by the 12tb.
of June aa a reault of the recent
violation of the Servian ' eonsolate
monastic as Macedonia. , . , .
Presiding elder J D Gillllan, leaves
la the morning for a trip in the east
ern portion of bia dletriot.
The regular bnalnesa meeting of the
Commercial Club takea place tbla
Rev J D GillUan leavea tbla evening
toT 8r57" he will eoend San
day, Jane 4 On Monday ha goeato
John Day; then will vlalt Can? on
City, Long Creek and return f Prairie
City for Lunday June 11. After the
eleventh he expeota to be af home for
Jonn Lewis of Bummerville waa a
La Grande viaitor veaterday. Be re
porta that the orcharda which were
thought to be badly damaged by the
frost now1 appear to be In muoh better
condition aa far aa fruit prospects than
waa at first thought.
Star Encampment Ne 31, 1 O 0 F
held iia regular meeting hut evening
and conferred degreee upon two candi
dates. By tomorrow evening balf of tba
wire for the Cove-La Grande electric
power company will have been atinng.
Thia ia rapid work.
Buasey, the cabman, has pnrebat'd
the handsome span of cream color'd
horaea from W D Grandy and now Las
them hitohed to his new back. This
makes one of : the handsomest turn
I onts in the country.
Our Coffee Man
la an expert BU coffee alraya haa that
delicioaa fragrance and rlob flavor that
denote perfection. Taken In the morn
ing anob coffee la a preparation for
the days work. Then
t la a tonic for mind and body.
Taken at algbt it ia a fitting finleh to
a good dinner. And coffee ian't the
only good thing we have. One bill of
fare will reveal many equal aa appe til
M ODE L
J. A. ARBUCKLE, Prop.
OPINPAT AND NIGHT
We ceil weakly Meal c . -A
Ttekato Oaab . 940
Doors Sash, Shingles and
I tj In large quantities direct from factories and mills
O at a yearly contract price, and while we pay the
M lowest price, we get the best gooas, and can afford
to sell at figures that others buy for, thereby giv
; i j ing our cofltomera the benefit of Wholesale puces
h CTAHf A
STODDARD LUMBER CO,
THE GOLDEN EULE COMPANY
ens a New Department in this Line
-A.nd in order to introduce it to the trade, will on
Have hourly sales. 10 to II a;m. 2 to 3 p. m. 8 to 9 p. m. .
At which time they will offer for sale the entire line of HAND MADE CANDIES, consisting of CHOCOLATES.
V !: CREAMS AND BON BONS
One Pound to a customer
We Abaoliitely guarantee these caridiea to be pure, freati and aa good aa
anyyou ever bought at 40c or Goc a pound. IF NOT YOUR MONEY BACK
.... ' .'; ;r v : v . " t ; ; 0' 4 ;'v ,. -. ' H y, ''
Common mixed Sugar :Candy per lt lOo
During 'iAubove hours :
O AXiLi .AJSTD SEE THE DISP-L1A.Y . :
THE' GOLDEN RULE COMPANY,
13CS-1310-1S12 Adams Avenue