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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (July 28, 1905)
1UI YAHDS CF CALICO FREE WITH
EACH $5 CASH PURCHASE
ANY TEN CENT ARTICLE FREE
WITH EACH yl CASH PURCHASE
You can Shoot Grouse Aug. 15
ONLY 3 MORE DAYS
OF THAT GREAT SALE AT THE
GOLDEN RULE STORE
The goods arc going fast and you will have to hurry or miss the, Createst Oppor
tunity you ever had to buy seasonable merchandise cheap.
150 pair of shoes
Summer piece goods
Lawns, Dimities, etc.
MEN'S TWO PIECE
$8 Suits $5.34
10 " 6.75
$1.75 Suits $1.25
2.25 " 1.50
25c garments 17c
Men's Dress Shirts
Eft F p-
$12.50 Suits $6.25
16.50 " 8.25
Men's Straw Hats
$ .50 waists 25c
1.00 " ; 50c
Odd Dishes -
A THOUSAND AND ONE ODD PIECES, REMNANTS, ETC. AT
THEY MUST GO
ANY OLD PRICE.
Sale Closes Tuesday
So Hurry, Hurry. Hurry, ,..
THE GOLDEN RULE COMPANY
1308, 1310, 1312 Adams Avenue. ' :
LADIES' WHITE HEMSTITCHED
HANDKERCHIEFS, TWO FOR 5c
WE GIVE TRADING STAMPS WITH
ALL CASH SALES
Mr J t Bhodes who resides at Elaln
waa a business visitor in the city tod.
R O Frenoh, of Weston. U ia the
city on abaeioess visit.
Mr V M Clay and wife, who reside
Bagtn, Neb. are visiting la La
Mr George Hanaon left this morning
a abort business trip to Lime
Mr J W Kennedy left this morning
for Catherine creek where be will Join
bli family wbo are now there, an I will
remain for several dya on an outiog.
Mr. Ed Carpmttr was given a tar.
prise party last evening by a large
amber of hie friend in honor of bli
birthday. There were about tbirtr of
bit intimate friends present, nd all
enjoyed a delightful time. After a
moat delightful time apent in nlavina
games, dancing and pleasant conversa
tion, the self-invited guests were
treated to cool refreshments in the
shape of ice cream, cake and other
scliraclea of the season
KjtrClaud Joues, expects to leave
this evening for Portland wher
be will be married to Miss Winlf
Wey, of that ciUc-Toe wedding will
take place at the home of the bridea
parents August first. M, Jones baa
host of friends in La Grande who will
join with the Observer in extending
congratulations 7 Miss Wey is well
WE WANT YOUR
Signed to the
new suit club.
Watch this space for Suit
N Bcivcr $35
L A Gsuet $25
Suit last Saturday
Two drawings on Sat
Come and let tell you about It. Get a nice tailor
made fall suit, or an overcoat cheap
Haberdasher and Tailor
Just received a Qr Load of Alfalfa Seed
Red Clover, Timothy, Red Top. All
kiadg of Grass gseda. Balk Garden
Seed, Bald Barley, Rye, Wheat and Oata
V JEFFERSON AVE PHONE 1571
Baseball Players and Foot Racers
Louis J Krager. ex-obamoioa Ions
distance foot racer of Germany ' and
Holland, writes Oct 27 1901) "During
my training of eight weeks' foot racaa
at Salt Lake City, In April last, I used
Bauara-a csuow Ldnlment to my great
Nt satisfaction. Thurefarit. I MMm
mend Bnow Liniment to 'all ' who are
troubled with spralna. b'uses or. rheu
matism." Zoc, 50c, 11.00 bottle. New
lin Drag Co. . ; ; - , ,4 -
FOR RENT-Two story honRe. " In
quire at 1903 Fourth Street. .
i;; --r'. -? ,
When you Want the
Best Ice : Cream
known In this city as she resided here
at - j- mmm netiTt worker
lu the Batptist church where it will
be remembered she sang ia the choir
Mr and Mrs Jones eipeot trf return to
La Qrande about the fourth of August
I have just received a large t apply cf ihellg fresh from
the factory, the kind that kills the game.
My stock of banting coata, gan cases, and hunting
supplies cannot be beat. Jast received a large stock
of shot gans and rifles, all grades and prices.
I also have lent, camp stoves, and wagon covers.
If von are going camping or banting, call and ex
amine my stock.
MRS. T. N. MURPHY.
Builders' Hardware and Crockery. f
fa ; b
JaJGrande Boys In It
This' morning DA MoLacblen and
J Q 8tilsinger received notification
of the fact (hat they Lad been placed
on the crack rifls team of the Nation
aUUawUiLlJsjtai They were iur
uished transportation lo Bnebnrg
where tbey will join the team and re
main there on.il Augusf, when they
will go to Ba Guard, New Jersey to
compete with teams from all the other
sUtes. lbs winners of tbis competi
tion will be sent to England to com
pete io the international rifle contest:
The fact that our boys were awardud a
plac on tbis team which consists of on
ly fifteen men and three officers, speaks
well for Oomoanv L. Those who
kno the boys -feel certain tbat tbey
will be able to hold their own when )
oarjjes to marksmanship, and will bs
surprised if they do not find a place
oij the national team. ( '.
Btaokland A Mo'achlen have sold
their paper hanging busiuess to Stan-
lels Jar man who, will conduct the
business at the old stand! The gen r
tlernen are both experienced workmen
and expect to make this city their per
manent -home. Their announcement
appears In this Issue. Read it. -
Mr H D Spencer of Elgin, waa visit
ing in La Grande yesterday.
; Rev A Eds, returned this forsoooo
from a trip to the Portland exposition.
lbepatj 8tierlff Frank Fby and wife
1 1 left tbis forenoon for a short visit to
iM Hoi Lake. m-
Messis Obas and Felix Daarlovs, of
Laramie Wyo, arrived in the city yes
terday and are lookiog over the coun
try. ' -
MfUlrich Lottes, wbo b as been to
Portland to see bis wife wbo it there
under medical treatment, returned
home ihu "rr'.rr. , .'.U
Mr W H Bussard, who has been
confined to bis bed with a slight at
tack of typhoid lever, is now tble so
be on tbe streets again. ..
, Mr George Palmer and wife, who
have been visiting Portland and tak
ing in the Lewis and Clark exposition,
returned home this morning.
Mr Le Roy Tucker, the travelling
passenger agent for the Great North
ern Railway, was a bniness visitor ;n
the oit) yesterday. He left this (ore
noon for Baker City,
Mr Ed Rogers wbo has been employ
ed by the 0 R & N as brakemtn ont
vl this city, left this forenoon for Salt
Lake City where be goes to sooep't a
position at that place. :.
' Report reaches here that the enter
prising girls of Elgin hare formed what
is known as a "Bloomer Girl" taee
ball team, and that they will challenge
and play the winners of the game at
Kiglu next Sunday, which will be be
tween two of the home teams.
- Last night at nine thirty the fire
alarm waa sounded, and the depart
ment responded only to find that there
was no fire. The cause of the alarm
waa some burning grass on a vacant
lot near the Stoddard mill. There
was no damage, t " ' - -y 7
....... . ..ln
iz iuojeri ior tnis evening at tne-r.
tank located at tb corner of 8th and N
streets Is the "The Origin of Evil." :
Why Does God Permit Bin to Con
tinue? Will It Ever End?"
The subject tomorrow evening is
The Preoions Promises of God."
Each service reoeeded by a song ser- -
vice. .. ' . -
Mr Geotge O Rlnehart, of Portland
arrived in the city last evening on a
iMore Fever Deaths
: (Bcrlpps News Association) '
yjshington July 28dovernor Ms-
goon, ' of thi ; Panama xone, reports
three more deaths from yellow fever.
Boripps News Association i '
Montreal . July 28 After a lnn
argument today, the counsellor Gavnor
and Greene got a postponement of the
habeas corpus until September 6th.
J More Honor Given
4 ; By Scripps News Association "
Toklo, July 23 The Minister of War
today entertained the Taft party at
lanobeon in the famous ' garden snr
rounding the arsenal. ' The cabinet
and many officers of the army and
navy were present.- "Marouis Ito
chanted anorginial poem composed la
honor ot the visit of the Amerioans."
IT LOOKS GOOD
and tasts better.' So patrons say of
the food w serve in oar restaurant.
Naturally to be expeoted. We pur
chase only the best In the market and
our chef nnderstands his business to
Let as tickle your tonsne with a
tempting plate of flah. To'i'll smack
your lips oer the first mouthful and
want more Our regular dinners at
j 25o are the delights of epicures.
J. A. ARBUOKLE, Prop.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
We seii weakly Meal
SECOND HANDS GOODS
Remember we pay tbe highest cash price ' for all
second hand goods. Jast' phone Uain 4 and we will
We also have the largest stock of new and second hand
goods in Eastern Oregon and can make you the right
prices. .. f' , , 6
Remember we are agents for the Royal and Chicago
Ranges, which are the best ranges on the market, and
we will sell you a range with high closet, 20 inoh oven
and 15 gallon reservoir, nickle finish, for $38
We will take your stove and pay you a good price for
it, and if you wish, you can pay for tbe ranga on the
installment plan at $1.60 a week. Call and see them
The La Grande Pawnbrokers
,.. . . Phone, Main 4,
1 Japanese Demands
i Washington. D 0. July 28. It Is re
ported that Japan's peace terma will
approximately be an indemnity to
cover the coat ot the war to date-
about 81,000,000,000-tha cession . to
Japan of Sakhalen, the transfer of the
lease of the Liao Tang peninsula, in
cluding Port Arthur, and of tbe railway
as (ar aa Harbin, the recognition ot
Japanese predominating lafluenoa la I
Korea nd the return of Manchdria . to j
Ohloa, i Another subject - the - peace I
oo n fare no will have to settle wilt ba I
the disposition of Bussian ships now!
Im.amiajI Im nan 1 ru.J. whlnk T.n.a I
undoubtedly demand, and possibly the
neutralization of Vladivostok.
.,'v.-.f Having purchased the. painting, and papering S
business formerly oned by Stackland A McLachlen, $
we wish to inform the public that we are prepared to
take contracts for all kinde cf painting, paperhanging $
and decorating . " We are experienced workmen and $
guarantee saUsfaction. We are here to stay and we
are willing to let our work speak for workmanship
and the quality for our Btock. A trial order solicited'
' nSTANIELS S. JARMAN.
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