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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (July 15, 1905)
TEN YARDS OF CALICO FREE WITH
EACH $5 CASH PURCHASE
ANY TEN CENT ARTICLE FREE
WITH EACH $1 CASH PURCHASE
THOSE GREAT BARGAINS
GOLDEN R U LE S T O RE
JUST WHAT ANYONE WOULD EXPECT THO' THAT HAS SEEN TllEM
THINK OF IT
Tailored Skirts ;
150 pair of shoes
Summer piece goods
Lawns, Dimities, etc.
MEN'S TWO PIECE
$8 Suits $5.34
$175 Suits $1.25
25c garments 17c
$12.50 Suits $6.25
16.50 " 8.25
21.00 " 10.50
$ .50 waists 25c
1.00 " 50c
A THOUSAND AND ONE ODD PIECES, REMNANTS, ETC. AT ANY OLD PRICE.
THEY MUST GO
THE GOLDEN RULE COMPANY
1308, 1310, 1312 Adams Avenue.
Mr. 8 W Bom, of Payette, Idaho, ii
a boalaeai visitor In La Grande today.
Deputy Sheriff Frank l'hy left tbia
morning for a business trip to Union
Bob. J W Knowles and family leave
tbii evening for Portland where they
will apend a few daya visiting the ex
position. J B Format, who la running an en
gine on the Southern Pacific, ii in the
city vleltlDg his family thia week.
lira. J F Belnecke, of Stnart, Iowa,
arrived In thia city last evening to
Tiait her daughter, Mra. J B Forrest.
A number of people were over from
Hot Lake laat evening and attended
the Commerolal Club dance. '
Mr Fred Glebel and wife, returned
thia morning from a trip to Portland
and the exposition.
Mr Henry Davis and family, of lehl,
Utah, arrived in the city yeaterday on
a visit to relativea and frienda in the
Parties ars making preliminary ar
rangementa looking to the establish
ment of cotton ' factory at llood
Josephine county, famous for ita big
watermelons, la now troubled with
new bog that
la killing the melon
YOU CAN GET IT CHEAPER AT
THE GOLDEN RULE
WE GIVE TRADING STAMPS WITH
ALL CASH SALES .
Yes, of course we have
watches, the very beat
watches made. We also
have Clocks, and every
thing in the Jewelry Hue
J. II. PEARE.
Old Jewelry mad to looklllkelnew Repair work given prompt
Clocksken ear of attention. '
TWO PIECE SUITS
Life I M
-wt - atii'jvif v-i.'ii film ruu vf-N.
'-""W 9 " ITS '
When you want the
Best Ice Cream
Mr. G W Delp, of Colorado, la visit
Ing In the city today. Be content
platea locating Mrmn.ni. -
Miaa K R Paul, daughter of CaDtain
and Mrs A M Paol arrived borne laat
evening from Parle where abe haa been
the paat two years ttudylog mnaic
Come and bear Mra. O E McClano-:
B M , of Laurence, Kansas, alng
-uauest inou Tnus O Master" by G A
Mletzhe at the Presbyterian church to
morrow morning. "
On June 30, 1904. . Grant conntr.
Oregon, bad outstanding warrants
calling for 9131,772.07, and on June 3,
iwra, (be county Indebtedneaa evl
denced by unpaid warrants was 1124,
022.17 showing a decrease of the oount
ty indebtedness of $7,749 90 in the
year. "" ( '
Mr. Joe H Parks, of Pendleton, was
a ' a uranda visitor yesterday. Mr.
Parks bus been a resident of Pendleton
for the past twenty three years apd It
is stated upon good authority that he
has more friends in Eastern Oregon
than any other two men In the state.
Those who are acquainted with Mr
Parks have no doubt regarding the
correctness of this statement.
Remember that the National ?Rt
Company opens a three nighta engage
ment at Steward's Opera House Mon
day evening. These cool evenings
make It possible to spend a moet en
joyable evening at the Ooera Hnn.n
This will most likely be the last op
portunlty the theatre irolna Dublin will
have to witness a play this season. .
Mr. tt llliam Gilpin left La Grand
last Tuesday for Europe, where he
goes to visit his parents who ar in
feeble health, and who ar desirous of
having him with them. lie will re
main in Europe two mouths and then
return to La Grande and entrain in ia
former occupation a a florist
Men'a two piece gaits grow in favor constantly. Neither
comfort nor gentility demands a vest for summer wear
The vest has no function when the thermometer says 99
degrees, We've Coat and Trouser Suits in Siugle and
Douhle Brested styles in a varity of patterns, you'll find
there'g NOT AN OUNCE of superfluous cloth anv
where, while the graceful lines aud natty appearance of
the garments are up to our usual and excellent standard
$7.50, $9.00, $10.00 and $12.50
Is the price range, accompanied by our regular guarantee
J. R. OLIVER.
U NION OOU NT Y
Farm Loans a Specialty
Best equipi ed abstracter
in Union county. Many
years experiences with
, the Union county records
gives me a great advsnU
age. It is folly to pur
chase realeetate without
first securing a proper
abetiaot. An abstract
from my office will show
the title just as it appears
ou the official record.
). R. OLIVER,;
LA GRANDE, OREO JN
Room Si; Sommer Bdlg.
,,OIL , STOVES,,
Now is the time to keep cooL If you fire up the
kitchen range ihe kitchen will be M most of the day.
Why not get an oil or gasoline stove to do you cook
ing and baking, and at the same time have o cool
kitchen.) I have the .y- .r.- - . y
WICK LESS OIL STOVE
which gives perfect satisfaction and makes cooking
a pleasure. I also have the celebrated
" PEERLESS ick CREAM FREERER'
;MRS. : t. N. MURPHY, ;
Builders' Hardware and Crockery.
Mr B G Stanley and wire, of Wichi
ta Kan , arrived In La Grande yester
day on a visit. "" I
Mr B E Hancock, of East Las Vegas
N M is in tbe city today on a business
7 Mr T Wood arrived in the oity laat
eveuiog from 8alt Lake on a business
E L Wiley, of Wallows , Is In the
city todiy attending to matters of
Gounoilman G E fowler,' who ha.
been quite ill for the paat week," has so
ar recovered as to be able to set up a
few moments this morning.
A W LefTie is now conductor on the
Elgin branch during tbe absenoe of J
Two car loads of Ayershlre and Jer
sey cattle passed, through: this, oity
this morning enroots to 8hinora Jap-
Dr N Molitor and wife returned this
morning from Portland where they
visited the fair and the doctor attend
ed the National Medioal Astociationl
The party who attached himself to
tbe bundle of olothing which was left
in Mrs Forrests baok yard can save
considerable trouble for himself by
quietly returning the bundle at onoi.
Tbe Eastern Oregon Fish and Gim
Assooistion is arranging Jut a de
puty warden in the field to look after
the matter of illegal killing of grouse.
The officers of the Association
are determined that , the , game
laws shall . be , enforcsd and wit
take steps to keep the pot hunters
within the bounds of the law.
.The new. engine t . for . the Grande
Sonde Lumber CoinDanr at Prrw .
rived In this oity this morning. It is
numoerea iui and wil be used for
bringing timber on the new road that
the company if .nsttuctlug p the
Grande Bonde river.
A NEAT PLACE
to have four meals is 'our reatnrant
Fverythlng Is , attractively arranged
and notning Is lacking to make its ap
pearance teat. ' Here the young ladles
and gentlemen can cat to their heart's
ooutent, without feeling abashed at
tnc surroundings.' ,
, WHAT ATTRACTS
people here Is the merits of our cookery
It is unsurpassed when It oomes to
excellence, and all meals prove health
fill, tasty ' and enjoyable. , Our prices
are right, too, and our waiters polite
and attentive. ; i i
M ODE L
, s J. A. ARBU0KLE, Prop.
UrjtNUAT AND RIGHT
We ecu weakly Meal
TlckeU Caab .
. Spoiled Her Beauty
Harriet Howard, of 209 W 3ith at..
New York, at one time bad ber beauty
spoiled with skin trouble. She writes
"I had Salt Rheum or Eczema for
years, but nothing would cure It, un
til I used Bucklen'e Arnica Salve A
quick and sure healer for cots . burns
ana sores. 2Bo at Newlln Drug Co
drugstore - M
When Toa want a nleasant c lax.tlv.
that Is assy to Uke and certain to ani.
use Chsmbejrlain's 8tomaob and Liver
tablets For sale bv Newlin
HABBI3 In this city, 8aturdsy .
July 15, 1906, 1 Harris, aged, forty
three years. The deoeased had bueu a
resident of this city for tbe past num
ber ctyears. durine which time he had
been engaged in the tailor aud butaW
busioess. He was a native of Pol apd
He leaves a wile and aeveral eons fcnd
daughters. The deoeased was not
thought to be dangerously ill np to a
tew days ago when It was diacoWrnd
that he was a nuffwr from chronic
Brighta disease. The remains will be
taken to 8an Franeisoo for burial,
where he bas a brother residing. The
family have the sympathy of tbe en
tire community in their bereavement.
GILHAM In thia city 8turYav
July 15 1906, ar the . home of his
nephew J B Gilbara, Thomas H Oil-
ham Sr. aged sixty nine yearsv The
deceased had been a resident . of this
oity lor a .number of yeare,, during J
wuiou time be bad suffered . very poor
health and at many times it was fear
ed that he would not survive. Dur
ing all these years he has been cared
for in the moet tender manner by ;hie
nephrwa the Gilham Brothers
who were all with him at he
last momcott. Tbe late Thomas Gil
bam Sr. was a member of tbe I O O F
lodge which will attend the funeral in"
a body tomorrow afternoon. fTbe j
funeral will take plaoc at. the family j
residence tomorrow afternoon at three j
o'clock, the Rev. E B Hays pator of S
tha Presbyterian church"! f Lu city
xnJ .. J " i
COMMENCING ON FRIDAY,
JULY 6 .
..; .-. I will close out my. entire stock of
damsged goods, which went through "
le, af new location opposite
, the old place of business. " .
e La Grande Pkwnbrofc
U" iv" ,-d Liad of Alfalfa
V ' Clover, Timothy, Red Top. All
kinds of Grass aseds. Bulk iLn
Seed Bald Barley, Rye; wtaUndU -
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