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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 26, 1905)
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Amoskeag Apron Ginghams
This week 50
I You can Shoot Grouse Aug. 15
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SCHOOL TIME AGAIN
Are the Children Ready For It?
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You know they will need a few little Extras to
start with- STATIONERY, SUPPLIES, A NEW MAT OR
cap, shoes, hosiery; DRESSES, SUIT, ETC.
WE HAVE THEM ALL, AND AT
THE GOLDEN RULE COMPANY,
1308, 1310, 1312 Adams Avenue.
Clothes Pins, Per Dozen 2c
Laundry Soap, 7 bars for 25C
WE WANT YOUR
; NAME .
Signed to the
new suit club.
Watch this tpacc for Suit
C. J. Smith 35
Frank Gocck $25
Suit last Saturday '
Two drawing on Sat
Come and let tell you about it. Get a nice tailor
made fall suit, or an overcoat cheap
Haberdasher and Tailor
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FROM THIS STORE
ARE ALWAYS NICE
lust received a Car Load o Alfalfa Seed
Red Clover, Timothy, Red Top. All
kinds of Grass sseda. Bulk Garden
Seed, Bald Barley, Rye, Wheat and Oats
IEFFERSON AVE PHONE 1571.
Look out for your Pockctbook
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 baud tables $1.00 up
NewYura Yum springs 2.50 Bedsteads. 50 up
New Mattresses 2.75 Bed springs .60 up
Newcoot ttov-js 10.00 Glass front cupboard 4.00 up
Nsw extension tables 5.50
Remember that wt. have the only first new and second
hand store in Union county.
The La Grande Pawnbrokers
Phone, Main 4
Seasonable Goods, as
well as Staples always
on hand. .
Nnrtu Fir Street
When you want the
? Best Ice Cream
Greatly in Demand
Nothing la ir.ort la demand than a
medicine which meets modern require
menta for a blood and tyitem oleanaer,
anch as Or. Kine-'a New Ufa Pllla.
j Ttey are just what yon need to eore
stomach and liver troubles Try tbem.
I At 'ewlln Drag Co. drag etore, 25o
Ott tiros, are building a brewery at
County Oloik James B Gtlbam re
turned borne lat night from Union.
.There will be no preaching services
at the Presbyterian cboroh tomorrow.
Our farmers ara so busy earing for
their crops that very , few, eauie into
tewn today, ... -(
John Blookland la reported to have
a splendid lot of grain in ' common
with others tuia year. -
Miae Nellie M Stevens will tench the
ensuing year in the Weson public
school. y ' . ' '
Mrs. J fj Alexander returned this
morning from i'onUnd where she has
been for the paa. two months. .
Krauk Mytenger this morning re
oeived thoroughbred Spits dog from
Weatherby, the preaent of a friend 1
lion George Webb came in this
morning to aptnd a short time visiting
his daughter, Mrs. J 11 Btevens . j,
.1 M Mnrnhr. proprietor of the Hotel
Sommer, returned this ' morning iiuu.
baker City where bo haa been for sev
eral day a. .
Mrs. Carrie Vest left' Monday for
La Grande on a short visit - with her
sister, Mrs. Y P Uarrieon. Wallowa
Chief Uin.. . k .. . ,. , :.v, ,
Betnrning visitors say that the
Union county exhibit ia now ana of
the best on the grounds ' Union
county ia all right if we do bur part.
An Enterprise hotel waa closed thla
week because the proprietor con Id not
secure help to keep it open.- He tx
peots to reopen In few dsya " .
The number of hunters licenses has
! reached the 32 mark. The greater
pert have been' issued slice the law
was out on August 15.
Conductor J E Conoers is on the
passenger out of Pendleton to Hunting
ton during the rush of travel horn
Portland. . , '
M In Etta Haworth who haa been
visiting relatlvea in tbe oity returned to
Welser tbia morning aouompanied by
Miss Madge Arbuokie.
Mrs. W T Grider is heading her
spring grain which is exceptionally
choice, and she expects the returns
from the thresher to be very aatlafaot
ory. . - - '
Rev and Mrs E Hays of 3nbn : Day,
who are now visiting in Portland are
expected to stop ordr on tht ir ay
home and visit few days with La
John Brookler hue resigned bis posl
tian as nlbt clerk of the Hotel holey
and la on the passenger run out of
Pendleton as brakeman, . K E fowler
enoceeded him aa clerk., , ,
A letter rereived from Dr. g K
Moore, who la in the east, states that
he and Mrs. Moore have left Denver
for Yellowstone Park for a six daa
trip through It. fhbf will return to
I .a Grande by way of Portland arriving
here about Heptember 8. V
Mrs W (I Hunter, end ' daoKhters
I me aiisscs reari ami orelia, iiureDe-n
to Portland for the putt few weeks and
returned home this m irnliw. ' Mrs
lltinti-r has beeu speudliiK eoii) time
on the toast for the 'benefit of her
health and ret urns some what im proved .
There was quite an attndunce out
laat nlKbtto henr the "HotUst ' Ooon
in Dixie." Tbe quiry however was,
why tbeyrtld not use the opera bouse
which whs greatly1 superior to their
accommodations. The days of the
traveling tent show ia almost a thing
of tbe psst ; , ., .
The show last eight, "The Hottest
Coon In Dixie," plated to fair slued
audience on the - hill opposite tbo
school bonse last night. There was
nothing especially ' distinguishing
about the performance. A few good
soups and two clever dancers were the
main features of tbe show. '
Miss Mabie Carpenter wbp has been
visiting Mr and Mrs W B Campbell
for eeral weeks, returned this morn
ing to her home in Elgin..
Rev J D Gillilan desires tossy that
he has moved to the Lo Koy place in
the Old Town, corner 6tb and I) street
and bis pbone is Red 1563. 1
The Oregon Produoe Co., are filling
a large government bay oontraot lor
San Frmclsoo delivery. Tr.ey have
shipped twenty fire cars 'rum tbi
place and fift cars from Moscow,
Idaho. They are paying f9 per to.
O t Martin of Indian valUy, Is pre
paring to lak portion of bis herd o
Jerseys to the Lewis and Clark fair
and will leave with them on the 14tb.
Mr taartio brought his oows htre from
Ohio last year, and be is oonfideot
that if the othir fellow sevuies the
blue ribbon that tliere will be some
exceptional fine stock on exbibt'lon,'
I have just received a large vupply of shells fresh from
the factory, the kiud 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.
f also have tents, camp stoves, and wagon covers.
, If vou are going camping or hunting, call and ex
amine my stock.
riviRsr "t. "ur murphy.
' Builders Hardware and Crockery,
, MrC A Peterson of Ladd Creek,
waa an Observer oalier this afternoon
Mr Peterson is one ol the several
farmers who have proved that the beat
of alfalfa can be raised in that section,
on land that a few years ago wsa con
idered second grade, but no alfalfa
land nowadays ia ccc!-?' avnd
graie. Alfalfa Is one of the most
profitable crops grown
I O Smutz, of the Kandrldge,
crushed hie finger several days ago
while repairing a header. t , blood
poisoning caused him considerable
anxiety for several daya but he is now
repotted to be onjbs road to recovery.
LOST Two bolster springs, soma
where In the southwest portion of
tbe city or in Old Town. Rewr.rd
for their retnrn to this oftlce,
FOR RENT Meat market. Inquire at
the residence of Mra. I Harris.
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At the Court House
A suit was Hied today in the clerk's
ooiue by George Sigler against H M
Monson to recover money. , .i ..
' A notloe of appeal waa today filed
by tbe island City MAM oompany in
tbe case of that company as defendant
and Cora Steele as plaintiff -The case
waa brought about , by the fac the
Cora fcUeele was a stockholder io . that
company.' In'declariDg dividefids the
oouipaqy paid 857,&0, giving . her
o-edit far that amoout ., la soma - way
she claimed to havo failed to' receive
tbe money and instituted suit. n
appealing the question arises as to
what may be oonstitu'.ed a payment.
Neriii Completion !
Nearly alt of tbe brick work on the
Latter Day (feints splendid tabernacle
has beeh completed and the buae tim
bers which are to support the roof ate
being placed in position.' The build
ing will be one of the hsubest in the
oity when completed and will be a
monument to be admired.
QUICK SERVICE -
in our restanrant does not mean that
the food la hastily or improperly - pr-
pared, i Far from.it. The utmost car -ia
taku D the getting ready of all
our eatables, whether your bill la a
dime or a dollar. Our
means that you do not have to wait
unreasonably for . your order to be
filled. Therefore you may be sura you
will be able to keep all appointments
on time If you breakfast, dine or sup
' ' 5 RESTAURANT
J. A. ARBUCKLE, Prop.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
We se.. weekly Meal .
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I': v- ' WE BUY -
"A. . ai- o L a a w m.
a . nu opoiiea rruit
By usintj Economy Jan
there is no danger from
Zinc Poison, the fruit being
in a vacum, will keep for
ever. These Jars are to be had at
Phone Main 29
Sash, Shingles and
In large quantities direct from factories and mills
at a yearly contract price, and while w pay the
Jowes price, we get the best goods, and can afford
o sell at figures that others buy fo'r, thereby
iug our customers the benefit of wholesale p?,ce.
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