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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 4, 1905)
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C-r rcat July Clearance sale was certainly a "hummer" and we believe
will be remembered by the people of this valley. Hundreds of people
secured bargains In that sate that we are sure they 'appreciated.
YOU CAN DO AS WELL OR BETTER NOW
We still have seme 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, 10 yards calico FREE
For each $ 1.00 cash purchase, any (0c article FREE
For each $2.50 cash purchase, A DIMMER FREE
TRADING STAMPS WITH ALL OTHER CASH . PURCHASES '
THE SAME CUT PRICES ON ALL SUMMER GOODS,
" ODDS and ENDS, REMNANTS, ETC.
THE GOLDEN RULE COMPANY
, ... ..- - '- ''"s,'.' .'- - V 5 Adams Avenue..' ' r'
tarCCGSt Store- ; : Smallest Prices
Mr Claud Jones and bride arrived
home this morning.
Mrs. Alice Henry but retained from
an extended vlait to Portland.
Mies Alvina'Funk, of Uilgard Is
Tlaltlngier parents tji Irnller this
JD Hondenreich and family left
this morning on. a prospecting tonr
onto of the city lor hackle berrlee.
Mr. OAjrciii returned yeeter
srJrtSui Portland hr ha hun
Ufotng in thebJaiuwapualllOTrT
liMt. qaarterly conference and
business meeting of tbe Methodist
cbarch prior to the annual conference
will be fcjld thla evening at 8 o'clock.
The official members are expected and
all others are invited to attend.
O Jt-Ruokman came dawn yesterday
from bis home in La Grands for a few
dave atay ' with friends. -Baker City
we want your
' . name" ... .
Signed to the
new suit club.
Watch thii ipact (or Suit
J. W. Bickfoid 135
H Hanhouier 125
Suit latt Saturday
Two drawing! on Sat
Come and let tell you about It . Get a nice tailor
made fall suit, or an overcoat cheap .
AL. AJN DREWS
Haberdasher and Tailor
FROM THIS STORE
ARE ALWAYS NICE
AND FRESH ;
! ft f3 .WOCEH.t
Just received a Car Load ot ' Alfalfa Seed
Red Clover, Timothy, Red Top. All
kinds of Grass saeda. Balk Garden
Seed, Bald Barley, Ry e, Wheat .and Oats
JEFFERSON AVE PHONE 1571.
Seasonable , Goods as
...nil t..i.. 1
h wen as oidyies . always
North Fir Street ! ,
Mr J W Ayers, and two nlecee. the
Miaaea Edna and Lavalle Framle, of
Pendleton, who , hare been . rlsitlng
Mr and Mia A A Roberta , returned
home this morning.
Mr and Mrs Chaa M Eoberts, of
Iowa, who have been In the city tbe
past few daya visiting his , brother
Eeceiver A - A- Roberta. - left thie
morning forPJiniiett)irTort other
JX L F Dunn, left last eveniog (for
Portland where be will visit the ex.
position and ,i.h 't.'jZS wiu.
has ebaree rf the Mn iliTintT ex.
Lue Wenbam, who for tbe past year
baa been the araveling correspondent
(or tbe Spokesman Rerlew. arrived in
the city tbia morning to visit his par
enta afew weeks.V; "'.-
A lady from the east on her way
home from the Portland fair was over
oome by the high altitude as tbe train
reached tbe Blue moanthina and bat
for the timely aid of fellow passengers
would bavs undoubtedly died
Bettorativea and stimulants were ap
plied and on reaching this lt h
was able to continue Her journey.
Miss Syra Kuha returned last even
tag from Portland where ahe baa been
spending part ot her vacation attend
tog the fair, . ..
Water superintendent Oilman states
that he is cleaning out the city reser
voir today and if the pressure Is a
little off this evening the people may
know the reason why. '
Mrs 1 Harrla and family who eocom
panied tbe remalnaof the late t Harris
to han tranclsco, tor interment have
Miss M.ud Cotner, who has been
viai'ing her sister, Mrs O H Prentice
of Claikston Waeb, returned home
this morniag, aooompanied by bar
little neice, Helen Preot'oe. - '
I have just receited a large supply of ahella freah from
the factory, the kind that kills the game.
My Btock of buntiDg coats, gun cases, and huntiug
"enpplies cannot be beat. Just received a large ilock
of shot guns and rifles, all grades and prices.
I also have tents, camp stoves, and wagon covers.
If ou are going campiDg or hunting, call and ex
amine my stock. .
MRS. T. N. MURPHY,
, Buildert' Hardwaie ind Crockery. .
When you want the..
Best Ice Cream
A CAR LOAD OF NEW
Another car load of new eastern furniture
has just been received, and tvery piece of it
is for sale at a real bargain. Old furniture
taken in exchange for new. This is absolutely
the finest assortment of ersterniurniture ever
brought to this city. You are invited to call
and see the new and handsome designs.
The La Grande Pawnbrokers I
Phone, Main 4
v ' V
Greatly in Demand
Nothing la more in demand than a
medicine which meets modern require
menu for a blood and system cleanser.
soch aa Dr, King'a New Ufa PJlle
iThey are Just what you need to cure
fetomachand liver troablea Try them.
At Kewlln Drog Co. drug store. 25o
F 8 firamwell left this morning lor
Echo where tbe sugar company bat
large sugar interests. '
: Mr J Q A Richardson of lower Cove,
was a La Grande 'visitor today. Mr
Richardson came over to attend the
Annual Teachers Institute.
Mr and Mrs O M Allen of Boise City
who have boen seeing tbe fsir. i topped
over last eight to visit Mr G D Webb,
Mrs Allen's father. . ,
Mrs A C Bates of Los Angeles is
LilMtioa ber sister Mrs I B Hoffmeir.
lObert Tait left last evening to
jun his taT,ily at Bremerton. Wash
inetoowbere Ibev will make !-
nome. "' ; 1 '
Mr Bider, tbe well known Wallowa
county miller, is vbitiag Ls Grande
me ids. : ,,-
Mr E Kiddle states that the big bog
is noW neariDg tbe' high water mark,
and while he did'nt state its. weight,
toe competitors that beat him will
have to do bettej than 1200 pounds.
Justice Hough held a short session
ot court thla morutng and listened to
to the official report of " the ' Ditchfork
insurrection which broke loose on tbe
C C Pratler farm yeaterday. After lis
tening to tbe details of the battle aa
given by '.'the generals of tbe two
armies, he decided that General Grant
Wilson bad made an attempt to do
bodily harm to the person of General
O u Frazler. and had oed as hie war
engine one oertaln pitchfork. Aa the
justice could not And any reference to
tbe use of such Implements of destruc
tion in the rulte of governing modern
war, he issued an order holding the
said Grant Wilson in the sum ol one
hundred dollars to keep the penoe and
let the said O O Eraizer alone and ab
stain from further use ot the above
meutioned hay pick;
NO MOKE CREAM
The local demand for butter has
become so (treat that no more Union
or Wallowa oounty cream will be ship
ped from here to help the Pendleton
o reamer v. The local oreamerv absorb
ed the enrplus that has hitherto . been
shipped across tbe mountains, last
week and will today use the Wallowa
The Pendleton institution will dm
what oreoin its local patrons bring In,
hat as Ih.l amnnnt has not reanhml
great proportions the out ' put there
will De mauriaiiT lessenea.
Card of Thanks
We desire to extend our heartfeft
thanks for tbe many kind acts and ex
pressions of sympathy tendered during
our recent bereavement .
r Pos master O N Lewis, of Hilgard,
was in tbe city ye.tcrday and found
time to make a very pleasant call at
the Observer offioe. While in the city
Mr Lewis ordered a handsome mono
ment from the Blue Mountain Marble
and Granite works, to be placed over
the grave of his wife who rests in the
Maeonio cemetery. The" monument,
which will be one of the moat beauti
ful in tbe cemetery, will be out from
the very finest Georgia marble.
The Misses Mae and Winnie Wen.
bam, who have been visiting their
aunt, Mrs C W Nessly of Frower Wesh.
are expected home within tbe next
few days. Beveral times they have
gone to the trains but the stiike on
tbe Northern Paoifio of tbe telegraph
operators have caused tbe , traics to
run so irregular that connections can
not be made with the W 4 O R at
Pasco. During their absence from
tbe city tbey visited tbe Portland fair
Brick furnished in any
quanity or any style. No
contract too small or too
large. See samples of our
La Grande, Oregon.
Treats In eatables, so folks say who
su aatiy at onr tables to refresh the
Inner man. Our reataurant will ri
your atemaoh a rest, because tbe fooda
are carefully selected and cooked utder
orders of a chelf of Wlda rannt.tinn
Our bill of fsre is varied daily and al
ways contains some choice tidbits Live
not to eat but eat to live and dally
dine with as. It will be a picnic to
your interior department.
J. A. AKBU0KLE, Prop.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
We sett weekly Meal .
Ticket. Oaah $4.50
TWO, PIECE SUITS
Men s two piece suits grow in favor constants W.wt,
comfort nor gentility demand V t 8tanUv' Neither
Double Brested styles in a varitt f nlS m Sln8,e
there's NOT AN OUNCE Patterns, you'll find
where, while tU rf i.? uPerfluo cloth anv-
the garments are 1, jj
U, $9.00, $10.00 and $12.50
Iatheprice range, accompanied by our regular .ue,.
Mrs. I UUBKI8 and children.