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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (July 19, 1905)
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TEN YARDS OF CALICO FREE WITH
EACH $5 CASH PURCHASE
ANY TEN CENT ARTICLE FREE
WITH EACH $1 CASH PURCHASE
THOSE GREAT BARGAINS
GOLDEN RULE STORE
JUST WHAT ANYONE WOULD EXPECT THO' THAT HAS SEEN THEM
THINK OF IT
150 pair of shoes
Summer piece goods
Lawns. Dimities, etc.
MEN'S 1W0 PIECE
$ 8 Suits $5.34
10 " 6.75
$1.75 Suits $1.25
2.25 " .50
25c garments 17c
$12.50 Suits $6.25
16.50 " 8.25
21.00 " 10.50
Men's Straw Hats
T WW M mp
1.00 " 50c
A THOUSAND AND ONE ODD PIECES, REMNANTS, ETC. AT ANY OLD PRICE.
THEY MUST GO
THE GOLDEN RULE COMPANY
1308, 1310, 1812 Adams Avenue,
YOU GAN GET IT CHEAPER AT
THE GOLDEN RULE
WE GIVE TRADING STAMPS WITH
ALL CASH SALES
Yes, of course we have
watches, the very heat
watches made. We also
have Clocks, and every
thing in the Jewelry Hue
J. It PEARL
Bid Jewelry made to look.llke.new Repair work given prompt
(Jlookaltakeu cum ofj; attention.
TWO PIECE SUITS
en s two piece miu Kr..w ,,, favor constantly. Neither
coiulort nor gentility demand u vest fur summer wear
lne vest h h no function w!,ni the th. rinometer says 99
degrees. We've Coat and Tronecr Suits in Single and
Double Brcstcd styles in a varity of patterns, you'll bud
there's NOT AN OUNCE of superfluous cloth any
where, while the graceful lines and natty appearance of
the garments tire 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
AW RPHQ OUTFITERS
J. R. OLIVER.
Farm Loans a Specialty
Best equip) ed abstracter
in Union county. Many
years experiences with
the Union county records
gives me a great advant
age. It is folly to pur
chase realestate without
first securing a proper
abstiaot. An abstract
from my office will show
the title just as it appears
ou the official record.
). R. OUVER,
LA GRANDE, OREG'JN
Robm 31, Sommer Bdlg.
When you want the
Best Ice Cream
The North Powder Echo report that
E W Allen of La Grande haa own em
ployed to teach the ecbool a Pine
Attorney Robert Lloyd, of Klin,
arrived in the etty last evening and
will remain here a few day transact
ioK baeineae at the ooart doom.
Mr. Barney Babar, of Bammerville,
peaeed through the city laat evening
enroote to Portland where he will
Halt the expoeitiun.
MIm Pauline Lederle returned laet
evening from Peadleton where ana ac
companied her father to the hovpital.
She haa opened her father's tailor
abop and will oondoet the buainesa
during bla absence. She la an exper
ienced tailoreea and la thoroughly
able to meet all requirements of the
The remains of Wm. Jack, formerly
a resident of Imbler. pasaed tbroueh
the city this morning enronte to Im -
tuer for burial. The deceased died
at the Baker City sanitarium July 18.
The oause of death was stated aa henrt
trouble. The deceased was fifty two
years of age.
Mr. and Mrs U McKinnii. of Bum
merville, were In the city this after
noon. Mr. MoKinnisis Interested in
the saw mill baiinesa near Summer-
ville and called to plaoe an ad in the
Observer. Read hie announcement in
Government Weather Observer W A
Woratell reports the thermometer ro
istered nluety nine thle afternoon. He
says that be baa inside information
to the effect that tomorrow will beat
his record a few degrees.
Mr J H Harisboro and wife, of
Euterprise, are visiting in the city to
day. Mr D A MeFarlaoe, of Hilgard,
came down yesterday on a basioese
Insurance agent J W Craabead is
up from Elin Unlay on a visit to hie
many friends in La Grande.
The W 0 T U will meet Tbursdav
afternoon at the Baptist church at two
Cashier F L Meyers spent the day
transacting business in Elgin.
Mrs Hannah Rogers left this morn
log for Elgin 10 spend a week visiting
Mrs Bordan of Pueblo Colorado, and
Mrs Dau Jordan, ol Whittier Califor
nia, are in the oily the guests of Mr
and Mrs Henry Hanson.
Mr. Ben Noyes, an employee of
the Blue Mountain Creamer
at this place, bait his leg broken yea -
terday afternoon By come amident
bis leg was caught in a belt and it
was oarried around a pulley, breaking
both of the bones in his rlirht leu below
the knee Dr. Bacon was called and
attended to the wound. Mr. Moves ia
resting ea y this morning.
TAKES THE OATH
Sorippa News Association
Washington July 19 Elihu Root.
the former Secretary of War, was
sworn in shortly alter ten o'clock this
morning as SecreUry of State. The
oath was administered by William
aioNelr, assistant librarian of tbo De
partment of State, and there was little1
formality in the ceremony. The uew
eoretary made no speech.
Honolulu July 19 Koreans here
have raised fund to tend bev P T
Yon a Korean Methodist minister, to
Washington to tee President RoosevelH
for the porpote of aakiug that t ffortsr.
be made by the United States in the
forthcoming peace negotiations to
bring about an agreement by which
the Korean nation will became inrfe
pendent within 30 yea.s if it show fit
ness for self government.
Fifty Horses Burned
By 8orippa News Assooiation
Cheyenne Wyo July 19 Fire last
night destroyed the troop stable at
Fort Washaehie. Fifty cavalry horsto
were burned in the flames.
Deaths at Cleveland
(Scrippa News Association)
Cleveland, Ohio, Jnly lf -That
were eighteen deaths of babes a d two
adults aa a result of the heat today.
N. ,. i the time to ktejteool. If. fW In. U
kitci.e . ange ths kitchen will be hot most of the diy.
Why not gat an oil or gasoline stove to do yon cook
ing and baking, and at the same time have a oool
WICK LESS OIL STOVE
which gives perfect satisfaction and makes cooking
a pleasure. I also have the celebrated
PEERLESS ICE CREAM FREEZER
- ? .
MRS. T. N. MURPHY.
Builders' Hardwai e and Crockery.
A SAW MILL
Frank Page, an employee at Fisber
fc Chandlers saw mill near Elgin, was
struck by a piece ol a broken wheel
laat Saturday, and so seriously injured
Ibat he died within a few hours there
after. The dying iron struck him ia
the side, taking with it a part of his
liver. The deceased was about forty
five years of age, and leaver a wife
nd two children. The funeral took
place yesterday .
Funston Pays Fine
By Soripps News Association
Iola Kanas July 19 K H Funston,
former Congressman and father of Gen
eral Frederiok Funston, was today
found guilty of disturbing lbs peace
by carrying concealed weapons. He
was fined five dollars on aaeb eharge
together with the costs of the suit.
Judge Adair in rendering bisverdiot
laid that, while he esteemed Mr Fun
ston, there was no doubt of hie guilt.
Mr Funston will appeal both ol the
Sorippe News Association
St Paul July 19 Edward Gottachelk
sentenced to bang on August 8th, for
the murder of Joseph Hartman, and
also oharged with killing Obriatain
Schindeldeck, strangled himself to
death in his cell today with a piece of
r'OR TKADK '2 3 inch wagons.
Will trade for hay, oats, potatoes or
other farm produce. Apply to J An
thony. or address Boa 142, La
Of the ladies Is well taken care of by
is. We have succeeded in our efforts
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for the ladies to have their ratals, and
have tastefully arranged the different
things to add attraouveness to the
place, and make ths surroundings
Provides meals that are healthful
and refreshina. The excellence of onr
cookery haa been attested by the favor
able comments of the many ladies that
patronize us . If vou would stoo at
oar restaurant your nostrils would
dilate at the pleasant odors onr cook
ery sends forth. It would tickle your
palate and after the meal you'd smack
your lips and say, "That meal was
M ODE L
J. A. ARBUOKLE, Prop.
OPENJ )A Y AND NIGHT
Ws sen weakly Meal ,
A reward of 160 will be nald bv the
Grande Sonde btock Growers Protect
ive Association for the arrant and oon.
viction of anyone for stealing stack ia
Signed by the Secretary
LOOK HERE! WE NOW HANDLE
DOORS AND WINDOWS
as well aa
NEW AND SECOND HAND FURNITURE.
and can do better by you than any otber firm in
the city, call and see us.
Cedar doors ... .$1.06 np Cupboards .. . $8 00 up
Iron bed 100 Cook Stoves . 8 00
Wood beds 50" Bicycles 600
25 " New ranges ....26,1
The La Grande Pawnbrok
Phone, Main 4
Just revived a Car Load of Alfalfa
Red Clover, Timothy, Red Top. All
kinds of Grass sseds. Bulk Garrfal
Seed, Bald Barley, e, Wheat .nd 0at8
TEFFERSON AVE PHONE 1571.