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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 2, 1905)
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You can Shoot Grouse Aug. 15
ECIAL PREMIUM Si
Our great July Clearance sale was certainly a "hummer" and ue believe
uill be remembered by the people of this valley. Hundreds of people
secured bargains in that, sale that we are sure they appreciated.
CAN DO AS WELL OR - BETTER M
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We still have some good things left in summer goods, and in order to
make a complete cleanup, we have decided to continue the sale on these
FOR TEN DAYS
WITH SOME SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS IN PREMIUMS
For each $5.00 cash purchase,
For each $ 1.00 cash purchase,
For each $2.50 cash purchase,
10 yards calico FREE
any 10c article FREE
A DINNER FREE
TRADING STAMPS WITH ALL OTHER CASH PURCHASES ,
THE SAME CUT PRICES ON ALL SUMMER GOODS,
ODDS and ENDS, REMNANTS, ETC. ;
- 1308, 1310, 1312 Adams Avenue. -; .-' t
Largest Store-".'-7-' ' : ' ..V:';; - " : ; ;' Sma,,est Ptitts
Wateh this ipacc for Suit
J. W. BicWoid , 35
H Hanhouser $25
Suit last Saturday
Two drawing! on Sat
' August 5'
WE WANT YOUR
, NAME. .
Signed to the
new suit club.
Come and let tell you about it. Get a nice tailor
made fail suit, or an overcoat cheap
Haberdasher and Tailor
FROM THIS STORE
ARE ALWAYS NICE
SEEDS SEEDS I QEDDEilBRlf
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,
. JEFFERSON AVE " PHONE I57L
I fill l r : : .
Until farther notice we will be able to furnish
customers with the very best
Seasonable ; Goods as
well as Staples always
North Fir Street
When you want the
Best Ice Cream
Black Caps Black Berries Red Raspberries
Peaches Peach Plums 7
And all other seasonable fruits, fresh from the vine
r -.' and tree . '.
2 NEBRASKA; GROCERY STORE
t) Uoi. lir and Jefferson Eta. ; ' : O. RALSTON, Prop.
County Court U ia session.
This ia tbe regular moating night of
the city council.
Mr. W U Sawyer, o( Pendleton, was
a La Grande visitor yesterday.
J A 8ommer U op from Flgin on a
bueinese visit. . ....
Barn and Bailey'a cireos la beaded
tbia way. No datea yet announce I.
Tbe county court ia in aesiion tbia
morning wHb tbe full board pre6Dt.
Mrs H CJ Grady, ia visiting friends
in Walla Walla.
Attorney L J Davis, of Union ia in
the city tranaaotlng bnaineaa at the
Mr. Dan Sommer, of Elgin, arriTed
in ma city yesterday aiiernoon on a
abort bnaineaa visit. .. .
Judge Sam White, of Baker City ia
In the city today. . ''
Ktate Superintendent of pnblio in
atraction, J II Ackerroan, of Salem la
here attending tbe count school insti
tut;' .. , , ; .
Al Andrews and Fred Swaney left
tbia morning for Wallowa on a flailing
trip expecting to be abaect until tbe
latter part of the week .
' Attorneys L J Davis and O E Cooh
ran of Union ara attending to legal
raattera at the county leat today, '
U zzZ Zmrr nave juat ' Installed
tbe reet of the Vault furniture in tbe
court house. The Union County Court
house U Dow completely furniibed.
and Is one of the bent county capltola
in the state. 1 '" : '
There ia no city In the Inland Em
pire that ia putting In ea many blooka
ot cement sidewalk aa in La Grande, ,
r ; Tbe attendance at tbe Lew la and
Clark fair . will exceed the million
mark with tbe close of 'the present
week, whlon is , in excess of tbe x
pecUtlon ot the management. '
' Profeasor U J Uoskenberry delivers
his lecture "The old play ground and
tbe new,' in tbe Presbyterian church
thia evening.- . ':-"
' Mrs Cora V Vernon, who has been in
the city, the past few. weeks, 'visiting
ber sister Mrs Kred S.Mike, left this
morning for Portland. ! " , ' ' '
There will be no regular meeting ot
the - Women's Christian Temperance
Union tomorrow, as la usual v
Mrs T W Ayers left last evening
tor La Grande, where she will visit
ber sister Mrs A A Roberts, for a few
daya, after which she will jUn ber
husband at Durkee. Pendleton East
Oregonian. . ; ;.
At a civil aervioe examination - re
cently held at Boise City, Idaho, of
applicants for clerk carriers in the
post office, fifteen were esamined. Mra,
Ellen Lindsay received 88,35 points,
the highest of any, . : ,
The Spiritualists of Spokane have
society with over 100 members, and
which is very flourishing. - Mrs. Fran
ces A Bheldon Is president of the so
In order to assist In the work
brought about by the great travel from
the east to tbe fair, two conductors are
placed on trains five and six. Charles
Norria actios; ao assistant.
Fireman W M Driaooll of tbe O R &
N passenger run between Umatilla and
La Grande, is in the city today, hav
ing come ofor on No I thia- morning
lie has been off duty (or two months
with injuries received while taking
water at Baker City. The tank spout
crushed his leg and blood poison fol
lowed and be baa not worked since
June 2. . Ue will resume bis duties to
morrow. Pendleton E Oregonian'.
I have just received a Urge supply of sheila fresh from
the factory, the kind that kills the game. -
My etock of hunting coata, gun cases, and buntiug
aopplies cannot be beat.. Just received a large ptock
of shot guns and rifles, all grade and prices.
I also have tents, camp stoves and wagon covers.
If sou are going camping or hunting, call and ex
amine my stock.
MRS. T. N. MURPHY,
, Builders Hardwaie and Crockery.
County Clerk J B Gilham Dsn so
far istued more hunters licences than
any other efcrk In tbe state. Union
county hunters are always willing to
respect tbe law.
From tbe number of active candl
dates in the first congressional district
it seems to be taken for granted that
Congressman Hermann will not aeek
further honors However, Mr. Her
mann has not yet declared himself out
of the race.' , '(..
car ot horses to Council Idaho. ' Mr
Richardson, together with three men
will leave tonight for Counoil,. where
Mr Richardson will take charge of bis
sawmill. The bones shipped today
will bs osed in woik about . the saw
mill. Mr Richardson states that the
P & I N railway, will be built imme
diately to Meadows Idaho, with pre
speots of further construction this
Miss Cora Harding
Miss Cora Uardiog is the winner ia
the Mayvllle Cigar contest, reoeiving
8917 votes Miss Tillie Bennlng . was
aecond with 6S01, and Miss Genevieve
Chrlstofferson, third, with 6590. " '
Miss Harding will leave for the Lev
is and Clark fair about September 2
This contest has been going on tor the
paat three months an J baa been eager
ly watched by many..
Mr. Mayvllle extends his hearty
thanks to all patrons of the now fam
one Mayvllle brands of cigars, In the
benefit of home patronage.' It- shows
that the smokers ot La Grande ap
preciate a home made oigar.
Miss Betnjce Ellsworth leaves this
evening for Portland where she will
visit the exposition .nd then take a
few days outing at Long Beach.
County Clerk J B Gilbam who has
been on tbe sick list the past few days
is again able to reoume his station at
the court house. ' ;
Mr J V Nevins, operator lor the
Oregon Short Line at Weiaer, Idaho,
who has been visiting tbe Lewis and
Clark fair at Portland? n-" zZl
today on a visit to his sister, Mis H C
West. '" .
Remaining at the Ialand City , poat
office. . :
Blanoha Lasater " L W Cntlar, card
Mr. W Berton Smith ,
Mr. Joseph Jeffries
For the month ending July 31, 05.
Card of Thanks -
Miss Cora Harding desires to sin
oerely thsnk tbe many frlenda who
gave their anpoort in the contest of
whlob she was victorious.
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Treats In eatables, so folks say who
ait daily at our tables to refresh the
inner man. Our restaurant will give
your etemaoh a rest, because tbe foods
are carefully seleoted ami onoked ncder
orders of a cbeit of wide reputation
Our bill of fare Is varied dally and al
ways contains soma cheice tidbits Live
not to eat bat eat to live and daily .
dine with aa. It will be a picnic to
your interior department. '
J. A. ARBUOKLE, Prop.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
We sei weekly Meal . .A
Tickets Cash $450
A CAR LOAD OF NEW
Another car load of new eastern furniture
has just been received, and every piece of it
is for sale at a real bargain. Old furniture
taken in exchange for new. This is absolutely
the Gnest assortment of erstern furniture ever
brought to this city. You are invitd to call
new ana nandsomo
The La Grande Pawnbrokers
Phone, Main 4
(By Sorippa News Association)
'Basel AogUBt 2 Israel Sangwil, the
well known author haa decided to ac
cept the presidency ot the new Jewish
Territorial League, and win negotiate
witn Prime- Minister Balfour for the
English offer ot a tract of land In east
Africa for a colonization which waa
rejected by the original congress. '.;
' (By Hcrtppa News Association
Ban Juan Aug 2 Herioua t rioting
occurred ber today in . connection
with the atrlke of the longshoremen
against tbe Porto Rloo steamship com
pany. The polioe were called font to O
quell the rioter and fired Into the ( A
moo anting two ana woanaing lorty,
some ot whom will prove fatal. The t
atreeta are now being patrolled by
police armed with carbioea. The com -(
pany refuaed an increase of tea eenta
Having purchased the painting and papering
business formerly oned by Stackland & McLachlen,
we wish to ioform the public that we are prepared to
take contracts for all kmJs of painting, paperhanging
and decorating. We are experienced workmen and
guarantee satisfaction. We are here to stay and we
are willing to let our work speak for workmanship
and the quality for oar stock. A trial order solicited
; STANIELS a JARMAN.
FANNIE BROWN, PM
per hoar. .