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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (June 13, 1905)
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. Suit Utt Sufdy
Two drawin i on Sat
THEY HAVE ARRIVED
A Urge alignment of the jastW celebrated CAR
1IARTT BRAND of men's worging olotbiog. Made in
an bonorablo way for honorable men. We have
teen red the sole agency for these good for thii section
and invite your inspection.
Haberdasher and Tailor
Second hand Goods
Telephone Fred Jacobs, Main 67
and we will call.
The La Grande Pawnbrokers
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
In large quantities direct from factories and mills
at a yearly contract price, and while we pay the
lowest price, we get the beet goods, and cad afford
to sell at figures that others buy for, thereby giv
ing our customers the benefit of wholesale pi ices
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3 I Uout forge tho Club mating to-
F E Satlth cam ia last nlgbt from
fiaperintendant 11 J Buckley, of the
0 B A N ia In tba olty today oo a baai-
Commarcial Clab tqaotlng tonight
Mr H R Ayara aad wife, of Miller,
Nab., arrived In tba city tbla scorning
oo a abort vialt.
Don. Nell UcLeod, of Elgin, arrived
in tba olty laat Aftaroooa oo a baai
Diatriot Attornay Loroy Lomaz ia In
tba city today on business connected
with tba Circuit Coart.
Insurance agent B P Levis left tbia
forenoon for a baaiaeee trip to' Baker
Assistant Saperiotendeat Campbell,
of tba 0 R A 5, is in tba el y on taal.
RemtmUr tba Elks Hobo 8oolal
will be beld In tbla city Jaoa the XL
Do not forget tba data.
Editor George H Carrey went to
North Powder this morning on baai.
nesa oonneoted witb tba Observer
The Ladies' Aid Society of the Pres
byterian cbnrob will weet Wednesday
afternoon, at two tblrty, at the borne
Cbarley Con key, who has been at
tending the HUl'a Military Aoademy
at Portland, returned home tbia mora.
ing to spend tba summer.
8 E Harris, of Elgin, returned tbla
morning from Portland and Heattle.
Mr. Barria eoeaka of the eznoiitinn In
the highest terms. I
jjs uiutneon, oi Worth Powder.
who la mentioned aa tba probable can
didate for aberiS oa tba Republican
ticket, left this morning for bis home.
The little son of Mrs. Jamas Swart
met witb an accident yesterday after-
noon wbiob resulted in the fracture of
the little one's arm . Tba child is
about a year old.
Mr. Paol Lederje was stricken last
evening at eight o'clock with a paral
tio stroke, ceased by the banting o
a blood veasel in his forehead. His
right side la paralyzed as a resalt.
A Dumber of handsome monument
were delivered this week by the Blue
Mountain Marble and Granite Works
Several of them have been ehlpped to
Dakar Olty and tba work baa been ao
satisfactory that more orders have
been received from that olty
Jaok Cbllda made a . baai nesa visit
trip to Elgin ft aterday la the Interest
of the La Grande marble works. !
Mr Smith, ona of Salt Lake s lead
ins; wholesale Inn ber dealera la la tba
olty a guest of J B Stoddard.
Preildiog Elder JO Glllilaa, and
Rev A EaJa, returned laat evening
from Sampler and Canyon City.
Oar readers abunld note tba change
in the Ash Bros, ad which appeara In
tbla Issue It will be to your advant
age to read tbla ad earef ally. .
Note the diaplay ad of the Blue
Mountain Creamery Co which appeara
10 this Issue It baa reference to the
price of butter. Ton will make money
by reading tbla Mdvertlameot
The many friends of Mra, Alt Pitta,
who has been confined to her bed for
nearly three montba. will be glad to
learn that aba ia now able to be op
and is rapidly regaining her health.
Mis J C Henry, yaeterday afternoon
gave a reception to a large number of
little folka in honor of Mlsa Hazel
Small, of Baker City, who la visiting
at her home. A most enjoyable time
was experienced by the children
The lilseea Bessie Smith, Beesle
Spencer and Glena Marrltt, of Elgin
passed through last evening
for Baker City to attend tba dis
trict Bnwnrth La (roe convention
wbloh convenes there today.
Every member of the Commercial
Ulab shoalu bo present at the apecial
meeting tonight. . It we are to repre
sent oueeelvea with credit at the Fair
on tho 6th of next month, we ahould
be making reparations anl this I a one
ot the objects of this meeting.
The Blue Mountain Marble and
Granite Worka tbla week pot In a
large septic tank for Meiers firenbolts
and Cleaver. Thia ia the largest tank
of ita kind in the city and no expense
has been spared In making it the best
that oars and acientlflo construction
can prod ace.
Mr Carl Gillilan ia at Baker City
attending the District Convention of
the Epwortb League.
LINDSAY In thia city June 13,1906
to Mr and Mrs W J Lindsay, a nine
and ona half pound daughter.
I have a complete slock of bee supplies such as, .hires,
smokers, wax, foundatum etc Now is the time to
look after your tees.
My Hammocks cannot be beat. Try one.
I also have a nice assortment of builders hardware
locks, at all prices. Carpenter tools and blacksmith
supplies to suit any one.
MRS. T. N. MURPHY,
Hardwaie and Cnt Glass.
J L Gbrlataln, E'gin's city marshal!
came up on last night's train.
The District GAB enempment
wbiob waa to have been held at Wal
lowa, has been oalli d off and the com
mittee will eoon meet to arrange for
Misses Edna Breokenridge and Nora
Fritts left this morning for Baker
to attend the Diatriot Convention of
the Epwortb League wbiob will be in
session tbere today, tomo row atd
Yesterday being tho anniversary of
the birth of Mr; F 8 Brum well, the
evening was celebrated by inviting a
few friends to epend the evening at the
Bramwell home on Adama avenue. The
evening waa pleasantly spent listening
to deligbtfol musio and congenial con
versation. A sumptaoor banquet was
served after wbiob the gaeata, after
again congratulating the host and
the hostess for the enjoyable evening's
entertainment, returned to their
homes, one aad all expressing the
hope that many more aucb annivers
aries should follow. Tboee preaent
were Messrs and Meedamea Gorge
Stoddard, A 8 Geddea, W K Davi-, H
M Monaon, F P Hammond, E Z far
bine, A Thomas. Mrs. and Miss
BchofJeld, Mrs. Carrie Stoddaid.
I Messrs. G P Ferrln and F C Bramwell.
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A Quick Lunch
Caw be bad here which will not do
barm to anyone. If you want S good
aatiafacu ry meal and have plenty of
tlms to sat It, you can secure that
bare too. We make It a point to satis
everyone and with tbis in view ws have
everything cooked just as well as
possible Wo serve tba food as quick
ly aa it can be served aad our charges
are vary reasonable. We believe in
treating oo, so well that you will
some again at the first opportunity,
and wo hope you will soon give this
plaoa a trial -
M ODE L
J. A. ARBUCKLE, Prop.
OPENPAY AND NIGHT
We sail weakly Meal (IIA
' Tickets Oaah 54.50
CAM YOU PUT THE RIGHT HAT
Golden G&te Coffee
Do not grind too fine, as
pulverised coffee has an en
tirely different flavor from
the same coffee granulated.
j. a. roLciR a co.
I istoriere of rie Cor?ee
NEBRASKA GROCERY STORE
Ooi. Fir and Jefferson Sta. . 0. RALSTON, Prop.
We can, and put money in your pocket at the Same Time
This is no olight-of-kand, simply good business judgement. Know
ing values when you see them. Have just received a large ship
ment of men's hats, the new shapes and shades as well as staples.
Regular $1.50 and $2 valuer, purchased after pounding, the
manufacturer down to the right price:
In order to move them quickly ond giveour friends some rare good bargains we have decided to
let the entiro lot go at
THE GOLDEN RULE COMPANY,
1303-1310-1312 Adam. Aveone