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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 11, 1905)
You can Shoot Grouse Aug. 15
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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
For each $2.00 cash purchase ueuill 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 some ten separate attractions.
ALL SUMMER GOODS GO AT THE SAME CUT PRICES
We also have many new arrivals in fall goods. Hundred of pieces of dress goods, suiting,
worsteds, mohairs, flinneletts, outing, etc. All the new and nobby things.
A fine line of Lsdies' Raglans or rain coats, ranging tn price from $7.50 to $18.00.
A complete line of new fall and winter underwear, hosiery, etc.
Shoe of every description.
We can take your order for the new fall suits at any price.
A complete line of everything in dishes, graniteware. tinware, kitcheu utensils for har
vest or home use. ,
SO COME AHEAD, THE SHOW IS FREE TO YOU IF YOU WANT TO TAKE IT
THE GOLDEN RULE COMPANY
1308, 1310, 1312 Adams Avenue.
Ml Gertrode Beiver,
a position with tie Or
Cub Co m book keeper.
Aire E L Ectley left tb
WE WANT YOUR
Signed to the
new suit club.
Watehthitips.ee (or Suit
F. L Meyeri $35
V. Spraguc $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
Smallest Prices .
for Portland to viiit ibe eidoo
Mre Wm Carlson left tod 4 Port-
Ian 1 where ebe goee to a to en
operation for ai pendicitie.
W L Tucker, returned frol weeks
vlsis at tbe fair yeterday. backer
repot U the exposition a comb sac
Mies Pearl Huff left tbiebrnlng
(or Pendleton where she I tlslt
mends a lew days and tbeul on to
Poitlanl to attend tbe Lewil Clark
Mr. Jame Freeman,
this city, bat now located
county, returned home thi
after a few days visit bere.
Dr. T R Monk, of Samtullle, is
in tbe city today. Tbe
just returned from a flsbi
lorn in g
Starke) , and reports
f""The lawn eooial givep by
I have just received a large supply of sheila fresh from
the factory, the kind that kills the game.
My stock of bunting coats, gun cases, and hunting
supplies cannot be beat. Jusi 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 hunting, call and ex
amine my stock.
MRS. T. N. MURPHY,
Builders' Hard wait and Crockery.
nrrenaeni a u unman
Water So per!
naJ and H W Stoner today visited a nom-
a naniDer oi
. . i . 1 I . L.
. tnt tiers were tesiea, toe oaipuioi wdigu
IB 00- j Y;,, k. .a-n-A l.t. and tha faaaihil
di.t ladies last evening at tbkme o( j)y of pUn m,de pobllo
ber of springs sooth of tbe city to And
a snitabla water supply for the city.
The Crandell aprlogs an
Mrs U W Urjjly4NMidtejuwp-
cm. A large arc light in tfcenter
oTTne lawn (arniabed
pleasing program was. rendu
relresbmeots were seated.
Mr. Jacob End, of Bammsrje, wss
a La Grande visitor
JCnd has been a resident of th
since 1878, and says be ia bi
fled with bis choloe of reside
Pou MaitfrO M Bicbey turned
this morning from Portland tire he
L went to complete arrangeuientbr the
FOR RENT Furnished housekeeping
rooms in suits of two, tbrenTid
your. Inquire, pbone black COiTV.
La Grande Cleaning And Dyeing
FROM THIS STORE
ARE ALWAYS NICE
Just received a Car Load of Alfalfa Seed
Red Clover, Timothy, Red Top. All
kinds of Grass saeds. Balk Garden
Seed, Bald Barley, Rye, Wheat and Oata
M V. OLIVER
JEFFERSON AVE . PHONE 1571.
Seasonable Goods as
well as Staples always
North Fir Street
Elk's excursion. Mr. Richer! able
to state that he made eatlafat y ar
rangements and that there i Id be
no hitcb in the rate advertised
I Tbe Water Cotnmitte and Water
Sapt H U Oilman made an i In itega
Ion of the springs on tbe Faulk plaoe
this morning and measured th flow
from the tprings. Tbey tout that
four springs bal a o mbloed iw of
one hundred and four thoasa gal
lons per twenty fonr hoars 1 it is
certainly a dry season, these rings
will never flow any less, and may
be that the flow oan be made eater
when tbe springs are tally devi p-d.
The committee will make a ful pport
at tbe next meeting of the com 1
Mis Elizabeth Wright met
aroident last evening which
In the fracture of the bones
left leg Mrs Wright ;is sevent
years of age, and therefore is
serious one, as It la doubtful
bones will init. She was walk b
the floor in ber room at the
tbe accident occurred, and
tripped and fell. Grandma
ia tbe mother of Mrs Charles
and Cris, Lon, and Albert Vtlgbt
Tbe accident occurred at tbe bob of
ber son Lou
COY Io this city at tbe family home
Friday, August 11, at 11 :45 o'clock,
Lena r::c; dj, bu twuy swo
Tbe deceased is a daughter o( Mr
and Mrs 8 Goy ot this city, and bad
been ill with consumption (or a num
ber of months, and the end bas been
expected for some time. Tbe funeral
will be beld 8unday afternoon at two
thirty o'olook, at tbe Presbyterian
cburch , tbe Re V L Van Nuys of
Pendleton officiating. It was Miss
Coy's last request that the R9 Van
Nuys should deliver Ibe funeisl ser
mon. Tbe family have the heartfelt i
sympathy of tbe entire community at
this, tbe time of their bereavement.
Soiled atd faded garments made to
look like new. Work called for and
delivered. Ladies garments a special
ty. All wot k guaranteed. Dye works
on Depot Street next door to Com
SIMMONS & HARVEY, props.
A large shipment of Kalamazoo
celery has just been received and will
be on sale at all leading grocery stcres
Oregon Produce O .
When you want the
Best Ice Cream
i 1 1,.., nii..'. . i '--nfmf ,
A CAR LOAD Of NEW
Another car load of new eastern furniture
Las 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 la more la demand than a
medicine which meets modern require
ments for a blood and system cleanser,
sacbaaDr, King'a New Life Pills.
They are Just what you need to care
Stomsch end liver tronhW T ttm
At Fewlin Drag Co. drug store, 26o
Special Meeting Elks
There will be a specTai meeting of
La Orande Lodge of Elks, at 8 o'clock
P. M tomorrow evening 12th Inst, for
tbe transaction of important business.
By Order Eralted Ruler.
WANTED A position bv a competent
man. bookkeeping or clerical work
preferred Inquire at this office tf
DON'T START OFF HUNGRY
When we can satisfy your craringi
for something good to eat at little coat.
Onr food ia selected with care, cooked
with skill and served in appetizing
style we are not at 1 aid to bare you
take a peep In our kitchen and see how
we do things.
We might write volumes on bow to
cook but that would not do you on
tenth the good that one ot oar regular
dinners at 2Tw will. Treat your
stomach with good eating and thereby
make a wise head. '
M ODE L
J. A. ARBUCKLE, Prop.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
We se.. weekly Meal . r A
Tloksts Csah 34.SU .
THE CITY GROCERY AND BAKERY I
E. P0LACK, Prop.
West bound passenger tra flic was
good on the O R & N this niortng.
At ten forty fire the first thriugh
passenger train going west eincejthe
morning, of t' e ninth passed thrpuh
and was followed In rauid succeilon
by two more. The cause ot this on
geetion of trains was a wreck sk-en
miles west of Glenne Ferry and the
burning of a treesel between Onhrlo
Ontario and Huntington. The eck
wse caused by the brad end coll ion
between a west bound passenger ind
an east bound freight. In the colis-
ion the freight train sustained,' the
greatest Injury,- though there was no
one killed on either train. The en
gineer and fireman on the freight 1 rain
were both slightly scratched up bnt
were not seriously hurt As nen as
ran be learned bere tbe cause ot the
collation was a mistake in giving the
freight conductor an order stating that
the passenger train was two hours late.
Tbe passenger train was in two ieo
tlons, the first section was on time -but
the second section wss two boars fete.
bat no mention was made of the first
section, therefore tbe freight oon-1
doctor thought be bad a clear track. 1
After the wreck was cleared up and j
tbe train started again, it waa disco-1
ered that a tressel the other side ot
Huntington bad burned oat, and j
another delay ot eight boura waa '
caused. Tbe track is clear now and.
no farther trouble ia expected. j
; Go to the '?ity Grocery and Bakery for groceries, fresh
' fruits and vegetables.
FRESH BREAD, CAKES AMD PIES, EVERY DAY I
Give us a call one time aDd you will be sure and come
again. We keep tbe beBt and freshest of everything
the market affords.
Sash, Shingles s and
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 giv
ing our customers the benefit of wholesale prices
I STODDARD LUMBER CO,