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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 9, 1905)
You can Shoot Grouse Aug. 15
Are You Going to "Take in"
THE STREET CAEMVAL?
The Golden Rule Company,
At Their Expense
TOMORROW WE WILL TELL YOU THE CONDITIONS
THE GOLDEN RULE COMPANY
1CCC, 1310, iSi2 Adams Avenue.
Largest Store- Smallest Prices
WE WANT YOUR
Signed to the
new suit club.
Watch this space for Suit
P. L. Meyers $35
V. Sprae.ue $25
Suit list 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
l 4 4. .
FROM THIS STORE
ARE ALWAYS NICE
Just received a Car Load of Alfalfa Seed
Red Clover, Timothy, Red Top. All
kinds of Grass aseds. Balk Garden
Seed, Bald Barley, Rye, Wheat and Oats
JEFFERSON.; AVE PHONE .1571.
Seasonable Goods as
well as Staples always
North Fir Street
The WCTD will meet tomorrow
afternoon at the BaptUt ebbrcb.
The many friends of air. H C Mont
gomery will be Dained to know tbat
lie la quite 111 at Ma borne in ihia city.
A B Conley, arrived from Portland
tbia morning to look after bia thresh
ing Interest, t
The Misses Mae and Winnie Wen.
bam arrived last night from an extend
ed visit to Prosser, Waeb, and the
The lawn ownen are happy again
now that they can uie the city water
the fall two honn. The lawna seemed
to bava taken on a glad look alao.
The attention of the Observer
readera la called to Baker Bcoa. ad
tbia afternoon. Read it and yon will
The Golden Rule baa a special an
nouncement tbia afternoon which will
Interest every man, woman and child
in tnta county.
Loo Wenbam, one of the old time
Observer force baa accepted a position
with the Observer as telegraph editor
Mr Wenbam takea the olaca mad
vacant by Herman C Weet who has
everea nia connection with the Obser
The city council meets this evening
The school board meets this evenioa
and it la suppoaed tbot thev will da
clde upon the site for the new school
building across the track, alao select
the plans of the buildinir.
I The county has just completed the
; construction ci a large stone pier for
vua BUU-.U euu or toe rroeDstel bridge.
This waa badly needed as tte bridge
would tot have atood another high
Carl Walters left lust night to spend
( a week with his grandmother in Pen.
Claire Qillilan leaves tonight for
! Portland where be will spend a week
at the fair.
Don't forget the lawn social to be
given by the Methodist ladies tomor
row evening at the borne ol Mrs B W
Contractor J L Mars today 6nisbed
excavating the pit on Washington 8t
where the high diving of the carnival
will take place. The ezoavation is 81
16 leet and four feet in depth.
Tbe idea of good side walks is
not confined entirely to tbe bumnesn
blocks of the city. Mr J W Bcriber is
having cement walks constructed on
both sides of bis lenideoce.
County Treasurer John Frawley,
who with bis family is sperding a few
weeks at Long Beach, writes that he is
having a fall sized, all aroond
general good time. He states that
he goes swimming every day and is
catoblng enough fish to supply a fish
Tbe c.ty recorder, though a good
democrat, is evidently a protectionest
as be has caused to be erecied a hieh
! picket fence across his office, and it is
. evident that the motive which preceed
led this action was to protect him from
tbat part of the general public which
delights in using the desk as a loung
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 erstern furniture ever
brought to this city. You are invited to call
and see the new and handsome designs.
The La Grande Pawnbrokers
Phone, Main 4
Greatly in Demand
Nothing is more in demaud than a
medicine which meets modern require,
ments for a blood and svstam iMnu.
such as Dr, King'a New Life PMa!
ihey are just what you need to oar
stomach and liver troubles. Try them.
At Newlln Drug Co. dru atnra.
Visitors to the olty from Elgin re
port that several serious forest fires
are raging in that vicinity, near tbe
Palmer sawmill. The fire , alarm was
rung at t Ijjln and about 150 citizens
of the toan and vicinity are fighting
the fire by plowing and back fires.
Large tracts of timber are bound to be
destroyed before the fire can be check
ed and a heavy loss enaue.
Fine New Residence
At a cost of about $2400 Colin
McKenzir la completing a handsome
brick resldenoe on North Second street.
The bouse has aix large rooms with
pantry and bathroom and other mod -ern
improvements. William Ash baa
leased tbe building for a period of
three years aud will move in as soon
as it is completed.
I have just received a large supply of shells fresh from
the factory, tbe kind that kills the game. .
My stock of hunting coats, gun cases, and hunting
supplies cannot be beat. Just received a large stock
of shot guns and rifles, all grades and prices.
I also have tents, camp stoves, and wagon covers.
If you are going camping or hunting, call and ex
amine my stock.
MRS. T. N. MURPHY, i
Builders' Hardwaie and Crockery,
J K Wright is at North Powder to
day on business.
A 0 Webb of Wallaoe Idaho, is here
visiting his father, Hon Geo W Webb
and sister Mrs Annie Stephens. Mr
Wsbb was formerly a resident of tbis
e.ty but left in 1875.
JtsDalton of North Powder, is a
county aeat visitor today.
M;s R A French and Belle Sills are
over from the Cve ledsy.
L Ferguson of Richland, Baker Co
unty died there on Sunday .
Tbe Blue Mountain Marble Granite
company started a wagon of monn.
menta to tbe Wallowa county this
. scrsln; Cue monument waa for the
wife and son of J W Cook of Loatine,
one for the wife of W T Bunnel of
Alder elope, and monuments the two
children of F 0 Bramktt of Wallowo.
The trial of Henry Bellmsr charged
with assaulting bis little son has
again been postponed. Tbis time un
til next Monday.
Turner Oliver has received a hand
some new aurry. This is one of tbe
finest vehicles in tbe city and was
purchased from tbe Grande Ronde
Tbe Blue Mountain Marble and
Granite Co tbia morning received a
car containing forty two thousand
pounds of the finest marble ever
brought to Eastern Oregon. One
third of the shipment Italian marble
and the rest came from Georgie and
Mrs Jennie McCulley and daughter,
Miss Ethel, arrived on this mornings
train from Portland, and after visiting,
their eon and brother, Guy E MoCul
ly, assistant oaehier of the Farmers &
Traders National Bank, will return to
their home in Joseph, Wallowa county.
Miss Ethel bas just completed a course
in music at The Dalles conservatory
where she has been for the past seven
Suit Cases at
Large suoDly of
r V .
This week only. Al Andrews.
Notice la hereby given tbat anvona
fonnd dumping refuse of any kind on
any of the property belonging to the
La Grande Real EataU Association
will be vigorously prosecuted.
Tbia property Includes all of the
Riverside and Williamson's additions
to La Grande.
LA GRANDE REAL ESTATE A 88'A
6 13 tf Wm. MUler, Pfc's.
DON'T START OFF HUNGRY
When we can satisfy your cravings
for something good to eat at little cost.
Our food is selected with oare, cooked
with skill and served in appetizing
style -we are not afiaid to have you
take a Deen in onr kltnhan and ana hnm
we do things.
W e might write volumeB on how to
flnnlr h-lfc that wn1l nnfr An otam ...
tenth the good that on of our regular
dinnera at 25o will. Treat ..your
stomach with good eating and. 'reby
make a wise bead.
M ODE L
J. A. ARBUOKLE, Prop.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
We sen weekly Meal
THE CITY GROCERY AND BAKERY
E. POLACK, Prop. " Vi
Go to the ','ity Grocery and
fruits and vegetables.
for groceries, fresh I
FRESH BREAD, CAKES AMD PIES, EVERY DAY I
Give us a call one time and vou will be Bnr anA
again. We keep the best and freshest of everything"
me market affords.
Well Drilling Stopped
The well drilling operations on
PeUr McDonald's farm near Alicel
have temporarily stopped awaiting the
arrival of several hundred feet of cas
ing. At present the well is 860 feet in
depth and has 760 feet of water in it.
Upon the arrival of the casing the
operations will be returned and It ia
believed by the contractor tbat at the
required 1000 feet a flow of water will
In large quantities direct from faetnria a -i,
at a yearly contract price, and wM we nav thf
lowest price, we get the hUr ca j p y tne
to .ell I igU Z, 'X?bg7, tS"
g 0M lhl) bmeat v"i'sey.c
STODDARD LUMBER CO.
PHONE j x85l