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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 9, 1905)
I i.H ' i i aaatMMraaTaK.
Good Outing Flannel
Per yard 5c
Per yard 5c
SCHOOL TIME AG A IS
Are the Children Ready For lit?
You know they vvill need a, few Jittlc Extras to
' start witlH-STATIOMRY, SUPPLIES, A NEW HAT OR
CAP, SHOES, HOSIERY, DRESSES, SUIT, ETC.
WE HAVE THEM ALL, AND AT
i viljn it';
THE GOLDEN RULE COMPANY,
1308, 1310, 1312 Adams Avenue.
Smallest Prices '
Good School Shoes
$1.00, $1.25, $1.50
Cood Pencils, Rubber Tiped, Ic
Large Pencil Tablets, . .. 5c
Best Pens, Per Dozen,
MriX O, Swaokbammor ,! b ,beu
quit. 411 tba past . week Soont,, ,,, ,
'Chae. Jonas, formerly of Union, baa
baeo. appointed postwaaler at LutgeO',
, BO, Bilker of Elgin, .formerly ,of
thi city, baa puxohaaed, a haUiotereSt
in, Wm 8baw'a cjgar lauory . ltl .
,Mia Bete le . Holiua, stenographer
In, tbe United States Ind, Offlcr, , left
last evening (or Portland for a few
day el " ." ' -"' "" "
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J-rank Nasely formerly of LaGrawle
Ore' , was In tbe ' cltv 'yesterday'.' He
is'coutemplatirig making hia' borne In
tbe Walla Walla vklley. Wall "Walla
0u loo. " ' ' 1 11 ! ! .,.t-
P M Dalby ,' or La' (3 Hods w.i W vis
itor In the city yesterday attending to
bnelnees Inter att.ifcCtTforaTIt a
A danjAWtrwatiborn'' to MP and I venous
i. nn..v f I.'... I k .1.. I - ' i I
' vauivn gi f raikuniv -vu r II" I . mi J .
. . . . , I . in morning
I have just received a nice lin of granilewaro,
three dilfereut colors ti aeleet from. 1! you aee
it you will wautto1 try some it. I also have a
(uice line of . '.. r ,
CARPENTER TOOLS, BUILDERS' HARDWARE,
SASH-DOORS AIVD SHINGLES, first jlrade
,.' Io not forget about, my guni tod . ainraunitioo.
-GUNS. TO RENT-
ay Hrptembrr lit.
iiie niayor eiiil inemrrMMJlUMtry I Paiivnu hill." tl.a muunn . ami load
turned over and omght Mr. Cook nn
Cotincll antf lever al ltl,a , have ,ari
ranged to visit theaprioj whicb. tbla
SentSr Waiter ixrua vhoU In th
vatTey looking after his large and ru
led Intareata in tbla, valley and oitr
OUR NEW SUIT
Be one of the lucky ones
to have your name on
Watch thli space for Suit
Lot Snodjrata $35
. Suit lut Saturday'
New tuit club itart Sal.
Our new fall patterns are In so the win
ners will have a splendid assortment to
c-; pick from. '." V . J . -
Haberdasher and Tailor
; . 4 4
Ready For Business
WITH A FILL LINE Of FEED. HAY AND GRAIN
; We hre ready to buy all kinds of hay and grain,
l) '; anc' P.y bighest market prices. : ; ;
K- y oLiyER
! Slator Buildincr
. IEFFERSON AVE Main 57.
WE NEED THE MONEY
And in order to gather in a considerable buuch of
tbe neodful within the nut few days, we will offer
the following linea at real bargain dny prices.
AH rockers will be sold at 25 per cent reduction
AU couches at a twenty per cent reductiou.
All mattroBses at a twenty per rent reduction.
AW crocker at a tweuty-ttve per cent reduction.
, Steel ranges, the best in town, so cheap that you
f ' will wonder bow we got them.
Complete lincf Ne w and Scc.H Hand
The La Grande Pawnbrokers
" " Phone, Main 4
FROM THIS STORE
ARE ALWAYS NICE, ,
Seasonable oodsV as
well as Staples always
North Fir Street 1
Now is the time to
think abcut the scrt
candy your Children
have been eating ;
, If you buy candy from'
You need . not worry
about it, for our candy is
made upon , scientifio
principrls aiid it is all
pure. A trial order will
convince you as to its
SELDER, The Candy
Music School Resumes
The U Oraml Hobool of -nair cow
manoeaS.pHl. All ihun wlahlrg 0
atodr will apply at one and engage
tbelr leaaona. Tboae coming Brst win
hava tbe beat boura.
UVUVV ,11. iiiiiniifuiun il,.
. Conaiderable iotereat It being, taken
by tbe oitizena . In tbe. . new omient
oroaa walk that la being placed , across
Adama and Klin street. ; m "
QTh lluion , exierimental farm
exhibit at , the Lewis and
Clark fair, line recently b ea over
hauled aod rnmideled by Supt Georie
Gamaile and Is s till to lie the beat
feature of the Union County exhibit.
Mrs If O West and dHtighters ieft
tbia morning for Weieer where tliey
will vlelt frlenda and relatives a few
Rev Van Nuya of PHiidleton, arrived
tlila morning to attend tbe funeral of
tbe late C Kalaton.
Miss Edith Willis i xpeots to leave
Mobday morning for Walla Walla
where aba noes to atteod Whitman
" The I'rogser Ilulletin' ol this week
records that O W Neaaly formerly of
thia city, hua been elected councilman
to Ull an unexpired term. . i
' Bflfnenber Hie La Grange publio
scLoola open f r the neaiona w irk u xt
Mrs Marl, Bean ol jSiagara, P1U, N
V, and Mrs Angeliud F Klton ol Ark!.
ta Cl."have jn arrlvif lo visit wi-h
their tister Mrs J H Cillt." ' "' '
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A. B Oilloway, traveliug managtrid
lha Bla'te McFall paper ooiupan, tif
Portland Oregon, who haa twto ff bis
territory the aat two months taking
bis vacation, ia a La Grande cslli r 'o-
day.."'" ! ft
Frank Baker, a railway conductor oi
Pocti:o Iduho, ia in tbaoity looking
for a situation expecting to locate
here. u . . e
State , Conference
i Tbi atate conft reuie if all of tbe
wards in Oregon of Ibe Churob of ibe
Latter Day Puinta, convened tbia
morning at their bouse of worship in
tbia city Apwtlo llyrum M . bmitb.
aon of Preaidaut Josepli d ntth, ia
preteut aa la also KMor Keaoh of (salt
Lake. Two meetiona a day are being
bald, one In tbe day and one iu tbe
evening. The exen isua tomorrow are
expected to be ijtereating and a
special feature will be tbe alining in
the morning and ifternoon aeasioo
New OK &N Sidetrack
A new tide track .1000 feet long la
bidng bo.lt on ttie O B. i N. half
ay between Union and IVi
tiona, on what ia known aa Telcoaeet
hill, lu order to allow traiua to meet
ou the hill
It ia It) ml loa frfcm Tei
Union and often traina ar irHti .i
layed In waiting for auother train to
ollmb the mountain and by meeting
half way up tbe bill much valuable
time will be aaved iu the rush. It is
possible a section home , milt
here, also -Kat Oreg.mlau
MRS. T.H N. MURPHY,
, , . Hardware and Crockery.
while Cbancr ("ook
i banling wood dowo tbe L.dd
der the load: ' Mis Wm. liaoton.'near
city aie devegnap Mtl( tjoJ whose readenoe tue accident took
. .T.. . ... ...... "I nU.d l.lanhrtiiul in A I... ..w. Tn
place, telephoued to Attorney ' Tnrner
Oliver, ttating the facts and advancing
the information that tbe did not think
that Mr. Oook would survlvs the ao
tuueut very mug. mi. cni IZiCZ
oummnnicated with Dr. N.; Wolltor
who is low with the injured man. It
Is to be hV))ed that the doctor will
find that lha injured UiauV Jti Uot'ao
badly hurt at Mrs - Itanton thought.
Mr. Cook waa la tbe employ t. of Mr.
Llge Oliver at the time tba r cciilent
iH'Ourred. " ' ' '" "' " '- '
Centennial hotel i '."
llader new management. j'
Board and Koom IS per week,' caah.
Mealt 215 cts Hpeoial rates furoisbed
monthly patrons.' No. 1417 Adama
Ava N Phone No. Util ., , ,
Mrs. W E MUROHiaOM. proprietor
Goes To ,Fris
' 11 P Kennecwnobaa been eoglneer
oo the Kaiuafa helpers of thsX) KAN
for tbe uaat three ysHrs, will resign
bis poaitiou on Keptember , 15, and go
to Ban 1'ranVisoo',' where he wlll 'taks'
a pAition as chief engineer in th
PuJIh', Brewing company's brewery at-' 1
.The O R & N company will build
a new turntable at North Powder to
accomodate the helper engine which
runt beiweentbat rtatlon anTeloiaset
At present the helper matt, "back"
(to North Powder or' get around " it
wyo" wlroh tak.it considerable tiii.e
i " f-
MiBt CarrieGermwi, wbi baa been
visiting tbe exposition, and alto, tpent
a few weeks in tan Francises, return
ed home jcster.Isy and is the guest of
Mn Ham Tucker.
'" 4'' 1 " y ! J'"'
i AS A STARTER I
Suppo )roa try aome Blue Points
or a chowder. After that go dowo tba
list and aelect tba tempting tblnga ws
havxon oor bill of far and when
ouve fluished dining you'll feel like
king. There's no bettor plao ta
ioe than , 4
AT OUR RESTAURANT n
,Wj have tbe latest of everything tbe
market affords, and know bow to oook
and eeours It ,
Bring your wife down, ah wants a
bange and it won't coat moot). Opto
M ODE U
I ( I REiTAURANT h
J. A. ARBUCKLE, Prop.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
, We ee.. weekly Meal . .A
Tickets Caah 54.50
No Spoiled Fruit
By using . Economy Jars
there- is no danger from
Zin Poison, Ihe fruit being
in a vacum, willkeep for
; i : t
These Jars are to be had at
Ngj Phone Main 29 J
1 " " " " 1 1 1 - - i , , , t a i
I fell rril
M WE BUY f
BUTTKUFIKLD UI.M In Union oa
Thmaday Hept 7th IU05, by Kev
Walker. Mr C N BullerHeld nd
Mrs Uvioa Ulm.
HALINU HAkRlB-In Uoion on
Tlmrs!ay8spt7th l!Hi. Mr Oeoar
Sailing and Mist Anna Harris.
BUrfEKFlELD t-UMMKK In Flgin
Wednesday 6th, Mr Adron
M. lulterfleld to Mra Pearl
Doors -Sash, Shingles and
In large quantitiea direct from factories and mills l
a a yearly contract pri ce, and while we pay the ' I
owes pr.ee, we get the best gooos, and can-ord ' I
g ell. t figure, that others buy for, theX !iv- I
ig our customers the benefit ,ff wholesale pmeT
STODDARD LUMBER CO.
iale by Wew7tn iZ,' IaW-u' Xht W height of ah, ' fel