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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 23, 1905)
iTUHQU T AnraC PHATC
THE GObBEN RLE STORE
CERTAINLY ARE NICE
THAT IS WHAT EVERYONE SAYS WHO HAS SEEN THEM
The New EMPIRE effect in three
quarter length, Made of Broad
cloth, Covert, Kersey, Melton, or
Cravenette. AND THEN THE PRICE
TOO. So much less than you have
usually paid for the same quality
$102 to $I9.Z
We have the plainer ones also, at $3 to $5.50
MISSSES COATS, at - - - $1.65 to $8.50
COOP SERVICEABLE GARMENTS, ALL OF THEM
THE GOLDEN RULE COMPANY,
1308, 1310, 1312 Adams Avenue.
TRY. AN "AD" IN THE OBSERVER'S
CLASSIFIED. IT WILL BE GOOD.
HOME INDUSTRY 1
KEY WEST PEREECTO
! p THE VISTA ORADA
I P and C. B. Cigars
j 1 Manufactured by C. E. HACKMAN,
Dr. T R Monk, o( Sammerville, was
La Grand visitor yesterday,
The first meeting of the season for
the 401 olob will be entertained next
Monday even inn at the home of Mrs
L D Keavls by Mrs W J Morrison and
Miai Margaret Porter.
Officers Cbllders snd Ra born res -coed
a young girl who cams to this
elty from Bolie City and entered one
of the booses in the "red light" dis
triot. Her lather was notified and be
Immediately wired her a ticket and
he returned horn Saturday ni ornlog
Suit for $1B
Why go and get a Ilond-rne-down Suit
when I will tnaie you up a salt just as
cheap, better work and guarantee a 6t.
MAKE YOU A SUIT FOR 115.00
CALL A JSrp SEE US
SUIT CLUB WINNERS
M. Foid . $35 Suit New Club
Haberdasher and Tailor
Colouel W F. Dnnpby and F P Qose
prominent attorneys of Wtlla Walla
and Green MoCarlie. O Becker. W U
Towntend, U A Prosser and F E
Stafford, all of that city a-e in the
city today to appear before the '.United
Stales land office in the contest case
of Cos turn versus the heirs of Charles
and Laura Stafford. The land in
oontest ia aitnalel just inside the
Oregon lins. v
Apples, Vegetables, Hay and Crain
' We at ii' w pnrking apples and can use shipping
lock in any quantity. We pay highest market
pricea fr all produce. -,
We have a fresh consignment of fancy white clover
California honey which ia on sals at all tne leading
APPLE BOXES AND PAPER
Do vou want apple boxes, box liuing paper, or wrap
ping paper? W e have them and aell them at whole,
We store all kinds of goods at a very low rate, Our
storage plant is absolutely fire proof and takes a very
Oregon Produce Comoanv 1
A qaiet wedding took Place in the
laotist parsonage corner O and 7 at.
ill 'I iiWnulrf aturday evening October,
20, when ttt H J Bookman snd Miss
Clara E .Bartmees were Joined In
marriage! by pasTor " W 11 Uibso'n
utily a lew chosen friends w tneesed
tho reremonv. after which tbe vnuns?
ooaple went oat to tbeir eozy cottage
on 1st street between Adams Arenas
and Jefferson, here they will be at
home to tbeir many friends who wish
for them long life with greet oseful
ness snd happiness,
M'sJII Aitklnr ib entertaining a
few friends at oiiist 'bis art er noon. '
i are Clirk nn1 srn of Cove, spent
Bnnday In this city visiting friends.
L J Davis of Union, came over to
visit relatives orer Sunday.
A K Galloway, Blake-McFallV re
presentative, is in the city today
waiting upon tbe trade.
O A Galloway and S E Barrla came
op from Elgin Saturday night end
spent bnnday lu tbe city.
Attorney Knoeles, Earl Jones and
G O Simmons left this morning for a
tbree days burning expedition up tbe
Otlio Eckereley, of the Cove, was in
the city today on matters pertaining
to the estate of W J Shoemaker, of
wuii u urn is .vuiiu .trLw .
Marshal tioyhnro, Constable
Mcfjiohin and son Don left this
morning for a deer hnnting expedition
on the brad waters of Rock Creek.
It is expected Ibat tbe Morgan Jake
power plant will be ready to content
th the city line about Vedneiday.
Tbe plant is op to date in every re-
tp ot. .
lister Parker, formerly stenographer
for Master Mi-cbsnlo J B Matheson.
bat now of Portland, came op yeater
day from that city to visit friends a
Attention ia al!e1 to the cbanzeol
ad for tbe Cresoeut Knitting mills
announcing tl.e r-ale to close oat the
stock pteparairr; to the obai.ge of
Julius Fisher, Morris Maimer,, and
Lou Rodders returned late Saturday
eveo.ng with six dee' As a result
not a lew of our gunners are looking
op sutply of shells and ars arranging
to get into tbe mountains.
Mauler Frank St i veil suddenly dis
appeared about 8:30 this morning and
was found by Officer . Chlldere four
riours later op oy tne Masonic Orms
tery riding' a stick horse totally
unconcerned of the nneaslnsss his
absence had caused Ida parents.
Dan Kennedy, who was arrested
here for peddleing knives on tbe
street, and who as held as a suspect
of being one of the burglars wbo
broke Into tbe Great Eastern store in
Pendleton, was taken to Pendleton by
Deputy Hierlff B'akely.
r rank Clerk, who formerly owned
the Gazette in this oity, and Scott Z
Henderson, formerly engaged In law
practl here, both of whom are
deputy United States marshals, psssed
through tbsolty today from Portland
to Enterprise where they will visit a
HEATING STOVES AND STEEL
I have just received my fall stock of Heating
SUives and Steel Ranges, all sizes, and . pri ;es ia
proportion. If you are ging to need a Steel
Range or Heater call and examine them,
THE CELEBRATED MAJESTIC STEEL RANGE
I also have a nice lot of lanternsahot guns, rifles,
and am monition. .
MRS. T. N. MURPHY,
Hardware and Crockery.
Tbe examinations for forest super
visors being given by tbe United
States government in the parlors of
the farmers & Traders National Dank,
under tbe snperviaion of D B Shelter
of Tacoma, forest superintendent, are
being taken by a claes ot nine appli
canta. The session will continue fonr
days and ths papers will be forwarded
to Washington and tbe results will be
milled each applicant in the oonrse ol
Oysters are in Season
for fair now and we ' ready '. for
you now. Never Jl i. have we
seen finer (ban we are now offering
Large, fat and Juicy with a delicious
flavor that will make yon want mors.
We are Ready
to serve them any way you like, raw,
fried, stewed. broiled, roasted.
Whichever yea take you will find
delioioas Yoa can have them at any
time. After the show, before the show
or during lbs show. For dinner, for
lunch or for breakfatit if yoa say si.
Come in and open tbe season.
The Model Restaurant
FROM THIS STORE
ARE ALWAYS MCE
mm ; : -
Seasonable goods as
well as Staples always
North Fir Street
J. A. Aibucklc, Proprietor
We sell weekly i (A
meal Uoketa lor f4-Ju
Wood! Wood IWood!
Good dry wood delivered
to any part of tbe oity
ANY LENGTH. ANY KIND,
8ieaial prioea on quantity
orders No order to large
or none to small
James Beavers, Red 1441
MoKINNIS-At Snmmervllle, Oregon,
SHtnrday, Oct. 81. 1005. the infant
sun of Mr and Mrs Frank Mi Kin
nit. The funeral took place Sunday
frnm the hoina. Rev Monhelle, pastor
of the Presbyterian rhnrch olli lating.
BEFORE BUYING YOUR SUIT
OVERCOAT OR RAINCOAT
WE WOULD ASK YOUR PERMISSION TO BE
SHOWN THROUGH OUR NOBBY, UP-TO-DATE
LINE OF GARMENTS, FROM THE MOST RE
NOWNED MEN S TOGGERY HOUSE IN THE
WORLD ,v ... ... .... ... ...
This Label Stands for 5 1 Years
of Knowing How r- .
KARNES At the famllv home at
Bummervillr, Krl Ir-y, October, 2f
100(1, H T Karnes aged about sixty
years. Tbe funeral took place yester
day at tbe Tresbyrerian Church of
8ummerville the Rev Maroballe, of
flolaiing The deceased was otte of the
tb honored pioneers of ibis county.
Good to Write on.
nr fall Hoe of box, balk and toilet
stationery Includes the new styles and
latest qnalities of paper. The art of
paper making baa arrived at a point
where very high grade papers Van be
had at very low price-at least when
wa make the prices.
Fine papers in tablet form are In
demand for general correspondence.
We have them as well as anything else
voo may require in tbe rltln mater,
al line. Nswlin D-uif Co.. La Grande.
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THIS FAMOUS BRAND OF CLOTHING HAS NEVER BEEN EXHIBITED IN
LA GRANDE BEFORE, and we feel assured after examination of same, combin
ing fit and workmanship, together with popular prices, you will feel satisfied
that we can give you values equal to any custom tailor for from $10 to $15 less