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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 31, 1905)
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I Administratrix Sale of
Having told the groceries U Mn. Shearer, I haw arranged fir Mr. T. M. Stubblefield to close out for tnr, r gardless of
cost, the stock of shoes, which invoice over 12.000, consisting of raeu'swomen's and children's shoes of the very best make;
Every pair is new and' we expect to make this the greatest SPECIAL 8HOE SALE ever held in La Grande.
SALE COMMENCES THURSDAY, NOV. 2
jnd wijl c?4sn ociil every pair is sold, regardless of oost, The sooner the stock can be disposed of the sojnor the
estate cau be settled, sod I intend to make prices that will sell the goods. ' ' .
The Stock will be moved to the Stubblefield Shop in the Lewis Building
Opposite the Sommer House
THE CREATEST SACRIFICE IN SHOES EVER HELD IN THE CITY, CALL AMD BE COWIIVCED.
: J'! . ... REMEMBER THE TIME AMD PLACE
MRS. HATTIE RALSTON, Administratrix of the estate of C. Ralston.
Paper or Paint- this Fall?
IP SO, CALL ON STANIELS & JARMAN
' J-.PT Tucin
We are closing out oar entire stock of wall paper at a
great reduction in price, to make room for the largest
stock ever put in La Grande. We handle everything
in the line of Paints, Oils, Glass, etc. We do all
kinds of painting, paper
Call and see us.
Dealers In Wall Paper,
New and Elegant Line
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New switches Eighty-five dozen new dolls
Millinery and caps always in stock
E M WELLMAN & OO
"The man who loves his wife the most.
Is not the one to let her roast" ,
Theie hot days, in a kitchen overheated by a sweltering
stoveCut out the family wash day. ' Send your laundry
at all timeov J
Groceiies, and ealTi try, by fair and impartial treat
ment, to merit a share of the publio patronage. We
will be pleased to recei?e a trial order
MRS. MAGGIE SHEARER
hanging and decorating
Paints, Oils, Class, Etc 'w
?inen, all of it to
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uw puug iuir x uave
u Stoie, and will endeavor
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,l0CE I01 ,ia?,e ana nJ
8(Puotb swiudler ere again trying
to do business with unsupeciing mer
ebanss and they are now said to be
operating in tbia state. 7
Merchants, and especially milliner,
are being warned ?
orookt, a man and a oman, wbo are
systematically fleecing mercbante out
ol money by passing off on them new
eopper cents as $6 gold pieces. The
method employed is for the woman to
make a purchase and tender the shin
ing coin in payment. In several in
stance ia Portland tbe game baa
worked sucoaMfolly. If deteoted the
woman apologize for tbe mistake and
regretfully remarks tbti tbe cent was
placed io her puree by mistake, ia the
belief that it was gold ooin.' Bbe
never has any more money with ber
and walks out of tbe store
Long Creek Charge
Rev i D Oillllan, presiding elder' of
this (M. E ) district, and Rev J M
Johnson came over from John Day on
Tuesday and held servloea in tbe M
K church thai and Wednesday even
ings. After the olose of tbe latter ser'
vice tbs first quarterly conference of
the Long Creek oharge was held.
Ia this connection it should be said
that tbs field had been partially can.
vasaed to learn whether a resident
minister was desired by the people
of this community and what amount
could be expected to support one,
sod tb result was so unanimously
fsvorable thai Rev Qlllllan derided to
re-create the Long Creak oharge and
promised to send us a- good preacher
ss soon as one could be procured
Long Creek Ranger.
The funeral of Jack Dillon, wbo
died Saturday night at the Blue Moun
tain bouse, took plaoe yesterday from
Henry & Carr's undertaking parlors.
and interment in the Odd Fellow,
Dillon was about 54 years of see and
had been employed by the Grande
Honda Lumber oompany lor s number
of years. He oame lo La Grande Sat
urday and was found io a dying condi
tion Saturday night. Medioal assist
ance was called, but before tbeDhvsi-
oian reaobed there tbe man was dead .
Tbe Grande Ronde Lumber company
notified tbe undertakers that that
company would stand good for tbe
funeral expenses and said that be bad
a paid up insuranoe ia some company.
No trace of relatives oan be found and
all tbat is known about the man's pre
vious life is tbat be formerly lived in
William R Hearst rersonally offers
S100O reward for the-first convicted
repeater in the coming New York
election, sad 100 for eaoh subse
Order by Mail
If you are too great a distance from
our store to call, we should be only
too glad to reoelve your orders by
mall. Huoh orders will receive
With a splendid assortment of the
beet drags, stationary, medicines,
machine ollr, stock and poultry pre
paration and a ihoutaud and one odd
artlolea carried by a first claae, well
stocked drug store, you can be assured
rf having what you want right at your
own home without effort or waata of
time In ahopplng.
We guarantee everything, so you can
return anything wh'cb does not suit.
Newlin Drag Co.
Report of Pleasant Grove School for
month ending October 27, 1905.
. Carrie German's room
Grades 6th, 7tb 8tb and 9tb
No. of girls enrolled 19. No of ho.
enrolled 0, total 28. No. of days at
tendanoe424J, So. of days absenoe
31 J Nj. of times tardy, 2.
. 1 bi-ee not being abtent are May
Robbs, Denver Willis, Olive Bull, El
fie Baker, Harob Hale, Susie Lewis,
Pt-erl Woods.. Lizzie Baker, Mabel
Jobuston, irtbur Eamee and Frank
Ennies. . '
' Report ol primary room-
No. of girls enrolled 18, No. of boys
e moiled 18, total 36. No. of days at
tendance 695, No of days abseooe 72,
No. of times tardy 0.
Those wbt were not absent were
Ivy Bull, her tie Robbs, Mamie Gar-
dinej, Edna Eames, Clara Pepperkorn,
Sylvester WMIiams, Ray Kallam, Una
Prpperkoro, Perry Laonian, Burr
Cantrel, Frank Kallam, Fred Bryant,
Andrew Robbs, Frank Bryant and
Katie Woodell, teacher.
Business Men Petition
.The business men of Portland bave
petitioned tbe President to fill ths
vacancy in the federal iodoeahin.
oaosed by the death of Judge Bellinger
i'(.e reason of this, is, that all bank'
rupt proceedings mast go through
this court snd as test everything in
this department has been delayed for
many months. They have received
assurance that the appointment would
be made soon.
' Closing Days
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e:e nearly tnrongn with oar
Odds and Ends sale. There are
few boys' sweaters selling for 60 cents
snd a few suits of men'a underwear
going at oorresp ndlngly low prioea.
Lome before you are to lata. C re sent
Good to Write on.
Our fall line of box, balk and toilet
stationery Includes tbe new etyles and
latest qualities of paper. The art of
paper making has arrived at a point
where very high grade papers oan be
bad at very low pries at least when
we make tbe prloee.
Fine papers in tablet form are in
demand for general correspondence.
We have them as well as anything else
you may require in the ritln mater
alllne. Newlin Drug Co., La Grande,
' Notice of Street Improvement
To Wbo It May Concern:
Notioe is hereby given that tbe
street committee nl tbe oity La
Urande, Ursgon, hereby orders tbe
improvement cf Adams Arsnoe as
Commeaoing at the sootb east corner
ol tbe Intersection cl Sprace Street
with Adsms A venae; thenoe along and
upon tbe south side ol Adams A venae,
in a sooth easterly direction, to the
south west oorner of the Inteisectioo
of Adams Avenue with Balm Htreet
by plaoinn thereon a sli (6) foot side
walk aooordioi to the apeoiflcatlons
ol tbe ordinance providing snob Im
provement.. And notioe Is farther
given that anless savh improvement
is made within thirty (30) days Irom
tbe date of this notice tbe same will
be done ty the street superintendent
and a lien filed upon tbe property lor
tbe payment of the expense of soch
Signed: L D RE A VIS,
Chairman Street Committee.
Better tober and Cheaper than it io sold m
La Grab. We Deliver it
S PERRY, OREGON.
Offers customea the best of everything in the
line of FRESIlVtCETABLES, FRUITS, GROCE
RIES, PROVISOS, ETC., at prices as low as in
ferior goods canbe purchased. Good things to
eat can alwlyslbe had at THE CITY GROCERY
AND BAKERY. your appetite "goes back" on
you, visit oursto-e and you are certain to find
. annulling pltiSt yCtlf pl-tC.
If you havli't been trading with us, why not
give us a tril order? We can please you.
Once a custoier always a customer.
In large qaaatities direct from factories and mills'J
. at a yearly ion tract price, and while we pay the
' lowest pric we get the beat goods, and eaa afford
to sell at ffgtres that others buy for, thereby giv
ing our customers the benefit of wholesale puces
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STODDARD LUMBER CO.
JULIUS ROESCH," Proprietor.
Largest Brewuigf Plant in Eastern Oregon
Ask for La Grande Beer and get the Best
LA GRANDE BEER IS MADE IN LA GRANDE
', AND SHOULD HAVE THh 1-kEFEKENCE
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