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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 10, 1905)
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You can Shoot Grouse Aug. 15
THE STREET CARNIVAL
Everybody will want to sec the great show that is to be
held in La Grande next week, and we are going to give
you an opportunity to see it
Entirely at our Expense
Tor each $2.00 cash purchase we will give a ticket FREE to any 15c attraction
For each $2.50 cash purchase we will give a ticket FREE to any 25c attraction
or a dinner FREE.
For each 15.00 cash purchase we will give a ticket FREE TO THE ENTIRE SHOW,
consisting of ome ten separate attractions.
ALL SUMMER GOODS GO AT THE SAME CUT PRICES
We also have many new arrivals in fall goods. Hundreds of pieces of dress goods, suitings, '
worsteds, mohairs, flanneletta, outing, etc. All the new and nobby things.
A fine line of Lediea' Rigtans or rain coats, ranging tn price from $7.50 io $18.00.
A complete line f new fall and winter underwear, hosiery, etc
Shoes of every description.
vVe can take your order for the new fall suits at any price.
A complete line of everything in dishes, gramteware. tiuware, kitchen utensils for har
vest or home use.
sua. onuti 10 iixll iu IUU ir IUU WANI iu lAKt ii IN ri
THE GOLDEN RULE COMPANY
1308, 1310, 1312 Adams Avenue.
Xiaiest Store Smallest Prices
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Re. G L Hall, pastor o( the Baptist
cburcb io Pendleton, who li camping
at Metcbxin, came down today to
spend the day with iUv. J Franklin
The Grand Boode Electric Co ia
now engaged Io the construction of a
line to Island City (or power and light
Peter Jaoobs baa leased the Tin Can
Chop House on Jefferson Avenue and
has established himself as chef. Peter
has hsd man years experience in the
chop boose business, and no donbt
will make a success of the Tin Can
All members of Bwsedenborg or any
person interested in the New Church
are cordially invited to attend a meet
ing Sondsy afternoon, Aug. 13, at 3
o'clock at the borne of Mrs. Battie R
MoDocald on Ctb street.
Mr John U Scott, of Leota, Kansat,
is ia the city the guest of Mr. and
Mrs. Wm. Morrison. Mr. Pcott lias
been rislting tb exposition, and
stopped off as be was returning home.
Mr and Mrs M Woodell, who bare
been speeding their honeymoon at
I have just rereited a large supply of shells fresh from
the factory, the kind that kills the game.
My stock of bunting coats, gun cases, and hunting
supplies cannot be beat. Jubi received a large stock
of shot guns and rifles, all grades and prices.
I also have tents, camp stoves, and wagon covers.
If vou are going camping or huoting, call and ex
amine my stock.
MRS. T. N. MURPHY,
Builders' Hardware and Crockery.
Mr. John Graham, of Elgin, who
has been In the city the past few dsys,
re'orned home thia morning. Mr.
Grab am has Junt finished making the
assessment In the precincts of North
and Booth Elgin. He also took the
census for the two precincts. He
the fair snd coast returned , on this found the population of South Elgi
Watch this space for Suit
F. L. Mcyeis $35
V. Sprat, ut $25
Suit last Saturday
Two drawings on Sat.
VVE WANT YOUR
Signed to the
new suit club.
Come and let tell you about it. Get a nice tailor
made fall suit, or an overcoat cheap
Haberdasher and Tailor
FROM THIS STORE
ARC ALWAYS MCE
Just received a Car Load of. Alfalfa Seed
Red Clover, Timothy, Red Top. All
kinds of Grass esetls. Bulk Garden
Seed, Bald Barley, Rye, Wheat and Oats
JEFFERSON AVE PHONE 1571.
Seasonable Goods as
well as Staples always
North Fir Street
When you want the
Best Ice Cream
A CAR LOAD OF NEW
Another car loafl of new eastern furniture
has just been received, and tvery piece of it
ia 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
morning train and are parcbailog tbair
borne 00 a farm near Sanimerville
Some of tbs cement aide walks de
veloped cracks and tbe contractors are
taking ap some of tbe sections and are
puttirg down new ones.
I An extra force of men was pat at
' work tbls morning on tbe Corpe bnlld-
ing. Manufacture of tbe cemeut blocks
will soon be commenced.
I Simmons & Harvey bave opened a
cleaning and dyeing establishment in
tbe little building next door to tbe
Commercial Club. Tbelr announce
I meat appears in tbe classified columns
j Engineer J A Carlson, la in tbe
city todar Mr Carlson is nursing a
' sore eye, and looks as if be might have
mixed up with a rail road wreuk, but
, when the facts are a I brounht oat, it
' is discovered only to be a good old
j The ordinance e tfblishlng grades
j on tbe various streets will appear in
j tomorrows Ot server. Every property
' owner in the city should read this
; ordinance carefully and reserve the
paper containing it carefully. It will
: be of special interest to everr urcDertv
! owner along tha streets mentioned i
j The school board held a meeting last
night and after disousslng the matter
of tbe locatiun of tbe new school bouse
decided to postpone making a choice
of aite until next Monday evening. In
the meantime the board will reexamin
several os the sites offered, and will
make a final report Monday evening,
j Until aoub time as the site can be de-
termlned upon, there will be no call
for bids for tbe building.
j From this time on every grower in
tbe county should carefully save the
very best and send it to ths Union
'county exhibit at tbe fair. Thousands
of people are walking right past that
' exhibit every day. Union county has
) one of the best locations in the Horti
cultural building and from thU time
' ou we should make It fie very best
I Individual exhibit in the state.
Fred K Noordboff, formerly a
teacher in the La Grande high school,
bas been selected as assistant princi
pal of Pendleton Acodemy for the
coming year He will be teacher of
matbemati:s at well as aceistani prin
cipal of the school. East OregonUn.
Tbe county teachers examination is
taking plttce in tbis city and there are
about forty teachers being examiued
Tbis is one of tbe largest classes ever
held in tbe county.
Notwithstanding tbis hot wfather,
there is more or leas politics being Jie
cufetd throughout tbe county. The
new primary law is being carefully i
six d np by many a longing candidate
who is not as yet even letting bis clos
est friends know that be bas aspira
tions for political honors.
Tbe La Graude Iron Works has
made over $1200 worth of iron doors
during tbe cement sidewslk construc
tion. Heretofore ibis work would
have been sent sway.
outside of the city to be 983, and ot
Njrth Elgin, outside the city, 417.
The two precincts including con
tained twenty hundred and thirty five
persona. Thai It will be seen that
the city of Elgin baa a population ot
I. J S .
Suit Cases. Large supply of
Suit Cases at
This week only.
a t educed JS'ce.
A! Andrews. '
0. R. & N. Raised
The assessment of the lines of the O
R & N railroad in Walla Walla coun
ty was yesterday raised by the county
commissioners sitting as a board of
rqualization, from 7,500 per mile to
110,000 per mile, and tbe assessment
of tbe W4CR lines was reduoed
from 17,500 to $5,800 per mile. Tbe
request of tbe Northern Paciflo for a
reduction from its assessment of $7,500
wss rej scted.and will remain at that
Notice la hereby given that anyone
found damping refuse of any kind on
any of the property belonging to 'he
La Grande Real Estate Association
will be vigorously prosecuted.
This property includes all of the
Riverside and Williamson's additions
to La Grande. .
N 1Q II nr.- "in-- n. '
We want a carrier boy who resides
i the Old Town to carry t is Old Town
La Grande Cleaning And Dyeing
Boiled atd faded garments made to
look like oew. Work called for and
delivered. Ladies garments a special
ty. All work guarantead. Dye works make a wise head.
on Depot Street next door to Com
SIMMONS A HARVEY, prop.
DON'T START OFF HUNGRY
When we can satisfy your cravings
for aomething good to eat at little cost.
Oar food Is selected with care, cooked
with skill and served In appetizing
style we are not atiaid to bave you
take a peep in our kitchen and see how
we do things.
We might write volumes on how to
cook bat that would not do yon one
tenth the good that one of oar regular
dinners at 25o will. Ireat your
stomach with good eating ana
FOR KENT Furnished housekeeping
rooms in suits ot two, three and
four Inquire, phone b'ack 601.
J. A. ARBUCKLE, Prop.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
We se. weekly Meal . A
Tickets Cash J4.50
THE CITY GROCERY AND BAKERY
E. P0LACK, Prop.
Go to the 'Mty Grocery and Bakery for groceries, fresh
fruits and vegetables.
FRESH BREAD, CAKES AMD PIES, ' EVERY DAY
Give us a call one time and you will be sure and come
again. We keep tbe best and freshest of everything
the market affords.
we buy rat
, Grtatly in Demand
noioiug ia more in aemaud tnan a
medlrJna whlh muta mivUni mninJ
menta for a blood and system cleanser,
each aa Dr. King'a New Lite Pills.
They are Just what voo need to care
stomach and liver troubles. Try them. I
n wuu irutf vo. arug eiore, oo
The subject at the tent this evening
will be "The Investigative Judgement."
Tomorrow evening tne suojeci win j
be "The Second Coming of Christ and .
tbe Signs Showing the Nearness of tbe I
LOGAN MoMAUGH On Wednesday
August 9, at tbe home of O H King,
. tbeoffiolatlng minlsUr, W O Logan
and Myrtle McMangh, both of Cove.
Doors Sash, Shingles
In large quantities direct from factories and mills
at a yearly contract price, and while we pay the
lowest price, we get the best goods, and can afford
to sell at figures that others buy for, thereby liv
ing our customers the beneBt of wholesale prices