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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 25, 1905)
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Are the Children Ready For It?
You know they will need a few little Extras to
start with STATIONERY, SUPPLIES, A MEW HAT OR
CAP, SHOES, HOSIERY, DRESSES, SUIT, ETC.
WE HAVE THEM ALL, AND AT
THE GOLDEN RULE COMPANY,
1308, 1310. 1312 Adnmn
Clothes Pins, Per Dozen 2c
Laundry Soap. 7 bars for 25C
WE WANT YOUR
Signed to the
new suit club.
Wateh this Jpice for Suit
P. LMeyeii $35
V. Spragut $25
Suit last Saturday
Two- drawing on Sat.
August 12 -
Come and let tell you about It. Get a nice tailor
made fall suit, or an overcoat cheap
AL. iVN DREWS
Haberdasher and. Tailor
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FROM THIS STORE
ARE ALWAYS NICE
AMD FRESH -
Just received a Car Load of Alfalfa Seed ' '
Red Clover, Timothy, Red Top. All
kinds of Grass sseda. Bulk Garden
Seed, Bald Barley, Rye, Wheat and Oats
JEFFERSON AVE PHONE 1571.
Seasonable Goods as
well as Staples always
North Fir Street
Look out for your Pocketbook
And save your money by buying from us.
We Lead, our competitors follow. Look at
a few of our bargains.
New iron beds ..... .$2.90 Second hand tables $1.00 op
NewYuuiYum spring 2.50 Bedsteads. . . ..... .50 up
New Mattresses ..... 2.75 Bed springs 50 up
NewcookBtovjB,.... 10.00 Glass front cupboard 4.00 up
New extension tables 5.50
Remembej that wt have the only first new and second
hancfsloro in Union couuty.
The La Grande Pawnbrokers
Phone, Main 4
When you want the
Best Ice Cream
Mr U C Grady, who baa been visit
ing Tendletoa triends, baa returned.
Mm J P DeLoug of the Waodiidge, is
?lotlm of (eloo. which is (mutually
painful.' '' '
Rev. Mr Mower will be in La Grand
neat week and will mami the duties
of the pastorate.
It la reported that tbe city council
of Elgin baa ordered tba enforcement
of tba ordinance,, prohibiting; saloon
to open on Sunday.
A V Oliver la doing business in bis
new stand in tba Slater boildiug and
das received a ear ol sngar and; a car
of syrnp from the east. - - ' '
Bpeclal agent Alexander . has re
turned from the fuwpter district and
ha ttatea that the forest fires In that
section are now under control. .
Tba large tent yon see on the hill
by tbe school bouse la for the "ilotett
Coon In Dixie" company, for their
performance this evening.
County Superintendent E. . Bragg
has returned from the . fair where bo
bad charge of tbe state educational
exhibit. .- .:; , ,
The O R 4 N Co. baa a steam shovel
and three gangs of men at . " work " on
the extension of ' their line on tbe
Elgin branch. , :' " 1 ' - '
A party consisting of Professors II J
Hookenberrv. J D MM p;; p V
H King are arranging to start Monday
for tbe Minam on a tithing trip;
September fourth. Labor day which
was so popular - la thi state three
year ago seem to-be 'neglected
almost entirely this year. -?
M li Tucker of Enterprise, Wallowa
county, has jnet returned from Port
land aud is visiting bis rother Prof
W L Tucker, of Island City ; for a few
da'8 . ... .. h. : !:
The farmers in tbe vicinity of
Island City are about one-half through
threshing. The yield of winter wheat
is excellent. Spring grain is only
fair, - A. great- deal is being stored at
the Island City warehouses. - J .
Senator Peter ' McDonald lost one
flngqr on his left hand ' one day - this
week by a threshing machine: He was
brought to this city for treatment and
Is reported to be resting quite easy at
bit bom."' -. '"'-r'-. '':
The oaslug for the artlslan well,
which is being driven on Senator
McDonald's farm, bss arrived and
work has aealo been resamod. , They
are now down Sou feet. During tbe
suspension the well filled up about one
hundred feet from the top. .. . .
Tbe Stoddard Lumber Co. oxpect
their ,. electrio ' motor ' to- arrive
tomorrow, f hey have Just purchased
300,000 feet of . lumber from H F
Hiohardann, which in Add It loo to I heir
regular atock, l aves them in position
to fill all orders. - ; ' ? " '
F N Avrill of Biker City; is in the
city today on busncs. 1 '"' ''f
County Clerk j B d llism went-io
Unii'n tbH morning on i Bio al but.i
nes. . . - ...
Mr and Mrs J M CUrk, who hive
ben spending veversl wees at the
fair returaed this morning.' ,
M and . . Mrs Mac Wood, - and
dughtf r Lucretia, leave this evening
Mr and Mrs Manuel Snider leave in
the morning 'or North Powder to vit
friends for a week. " i
Presiding Elder J D Gillilan and
fanily have moved from tbe pran
age ana are now occupying ine ie
Ry residence in tba First war J. V , .
H (1 Cotner returned last evfeniiig
I have jus!, received a large supply of shells fresh from
the lactory, the kiud that kills the game.
. My stock of hunting coats, gan cases, and hunting
supplies cannot be beat. Just received a large stock
of shot guns and rifles, all grades and prices.
I also have tent?, camp stoves, and wagon covers.
If vou are going camping or hunting, call and ex
amine my stock. .
M R S. " T. N; ; MURPHY,
Builders' Hard wate and Crockery.
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iss Linda Bodmer ' and brother
Verne, passed through the' city this
morning on tbetr way to Portland
t Messrs Uarrey and Frank Bay re.
turned tbis morning froin week's
visit to the Lewis and Clark exposition
Miss Helen Vehrs, has Just returned
from Monmouth, where she has been
attending the Summer Normal She,
loaves iu a few days for Lostlne' where
she will teach. ..'--v:2.. -i-.-'.'-.w
- ProtS N Ayers and party bas jnet
returned from tbe Minam where they
trw.rt m "ua iOOO
fish, also as having bad : a ' splendid
oQting. Prof. Ayers Is principal of
I be Iowa school which begins on tbe
ath of next montb. -
Tbe pleasant Grove school dlstrlot is
bnlldlng an addition to I heir school
houee and when school - couimenoes
this year they will have two teachers
Miss Carrie German is prinolpal, she
will be assisted b Mrs Miles Woodell.
LOST Two bolster springs, some
. where in tbe southwest portion of
the city or in Old Town. Reward
for their retnro to thisofflce.-
FOR RENT Meat market. Inqolre at
the residence of Mrs. I Harris.
8 21 tf
la the ooonty clerk's oflluS tbe ol
lowing papers were filed : J I f
A demurrer was filed in tbe divorce
case of Anna Messenger versus How,
BrdMes'.enger J ' ' '
A dismissal of tbe aotioo of O II
Finn agaiust J6hn Anthony and others
wasalso filed. J ' .. ; ,
' Judge rthlte of Baker county today
filed an opinion in tbe case of Turner
Oliver versos Joseph Wright,' dismiss
ing J he aotion oh tbe grounds that the
plaintiff had no caose for aotion.
Th case , was brought about by . Mr
Oliver in the effort to obtain possess
ion of a piece of land sold under ex
eontion.' . ' ,''. ' ;
in oar restaurant does not mean that
the food is hastily or improperly pre-
pared. Far from it. The almost cart
is aku in the getting ready of all
our eatables, whether yonr bill Is a
dime or a dollar. Oar
means that you do not have to wslt
unreasonably for,, yonr order to be
filled. Therefore you may be sure you
will be able to keep all appointments ;
on time if you breakfast, dine or sap
J. A. ARBUOKLE, Prop.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
We re., weekly Meal ,
from a two week's stay at bis miuW
I CANDY STORE
Greatly in Demand
Nothing la more In demand than a
medicine which meets modern require
ments Tor a blood and system cleanser,
such as Dr. King'a New Life Pills.
on Copper creek . tbove Union
expects to return next week. " - ' ".' "
The way tbe trains are loaded ,.iej
sigbt that tbe West hai, been longing
for, for years, and there will certainly
be results later in increased popula
tion. . :
. Mies Edna Florence, ' who has been
vUiliog her uncle. A A itrbert in
this citjjor. tbe past few, weeks left
this morning for Durkee where she
will visit her uncle T W Ayrea for a
The Bridge Brni.Mueic&le company
arrived tbis morning from ortland
and will be with us several days. They
made quite a reputation fur tbemselyea
for the bigb olaas of musio furnished
during tbe Ilabo Methodist conference
recently held in Baker City. , ' ;
Mrs Wra Ash who bss been epoud- J
iug the past three months in Califor-
nia retarned last evening, "i, Mr Ash
Jer are luet what von need to care met them st Umatilla. They are no
stomach and liver tronblea Try them, living i 1 tbe new honso iut com pie t- ;1 ip
At 'ewlin Drag Co. drug store, 25c'ed by Colio McKeniie, on the corner
guaranteed. - I ol znd ana Jtfiersoa avenue. . . , . 1 r
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No Spoiled Fruit
By usintj Economy Jars
(here is no danger from
Zinc Poison, the fruit being
inavacum, will keep for
These Jars are to be had at
Phone Main 29 j
J iWE BUY
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In large quantities .direct from factories tod mills
at a ytarly contract price, and while we pay the
lowest price, we get the best goods, and can afford ;
lo sell at figures that others buy for, thereby giv
ing oar customers the benefit of wholesale puces
STODDARD LUABER CO. I