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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 31, 1905)
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SrHEGOSEN RfclLE STORE
( CERTAINLY ARE NICE
1 ,,AT IS WHAT EVERYONE SAYS WHO HAS SEEN THEM
n nun . ' ' iiiv.l -:
The New EMP3RE 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
1 1 .
We have the plainer
MISSSES COATS, at
ones also, at $3 to $5.50
$1.65 to $8.50
COOP SERVICEABLE GARMENTS. ALL OF THEM
THE GOLDEN RULE COMPANY,
1308, 1310, 1312 Adams Avenue.
i 1J A TRONIZE
f J A M D lir- -. v- w M
riVaVnu UNUUO 1 KY i
KEY WEST PERFECTO
THE VISTA OR AD A
and C. B. Clears
Manufactured by C. E. HACKMAN,
$40 SUIT GIVEN AWAY
Every $1 cash purchase, or paid on account
titles you to a chance. .. ..
COMMENCING ON NOVEMBER
SUIT CLUB WINNERS
J. Hough $35 Suit New Club
Haberdanher and Tailor
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MANY TAKING UP
All the Osteopathic colleges hare
begun lb fall term with lnirari
numbers of student, imiicsting plain
J that interett in Osteonathv la in.
creasing ,nd thBt ita remarkable ad.
vanoe te to be continued xhe grada.
ation of the hundreds of stmlenta n.
engaged in he study will give the
science fresh impatns In every part
of the country.
The prescribed amua in sank i
thete colleges is three yesra of n:n
months each, or rather more th.n ih.
time neoesaary lor a degree of M D.
inestmieat, as he does not stu.ly
medicine, therefore baa amnla Hm
acqnlre ery unusual protie'ency in
soalomy, physiology, and all of tboae
kindred aubjeuts so muoh needed In
the work ol a Doctor of Osteopathy.
1 he cosy brick cottage has been sold, per
haps you weae intending to investigate our
offer on it, and the delay has caused you to
'ose. Look Into these two other proposi
tions before too late.
Five Room .Modem Cottage nearly new, nicely located,
and we kuow price anri torniB will suit.
"Five Room Cottige in, nice part of towu, at a very rea
sonable price. . .
You cau.,ot Blu.r.l to pay rc-nt, when with a small amount
of money to pny down and monthly payments 'about the
cutne na rent. you can soou own yonr home.
- Iafi!!u1,fl,i y ot, the right road, let us start you.
N W, build you a houee according to your own plans.
Will loau yoa wouey on your property. .
f..f -Ww, Co.
Wm Miller. Drealdent of nnm m ami n I
Club bat receiTeJ icknntvUdM
or toe following medals awarded to
Union county which havn nnt hn
previoaaly reported; -
Union coantT vramaa. olli n.i.
Union county fiber faotoiy, s lver
medal J Mrs J U Peare- elk h...i
brons medal J Jallua Filher. allr heart
gold mfdtl; Chaa Melaula-. innnni.i.'
aheep, gilt medal; Jos Ualuarth nf
Elgin, mountain sheep, silver; 8 B
Harris, tluln. olanamnn
M C Woodard. Union, elk. .n.,,.
Eaton and W liber. Union. hl...w..'
old; Union county, plotu.ef, siWer;
urauue tvoode Lumber company, of
Perry, native words, gold
Mr Miller sas this brings Union
county'a record up to 9 gold, 8 silver.
7 brons medals aud honorable
W t Tate and family left this morn
Dfc lit tbir former home in Ml ssoari
Tooiglit isHatlorei andfit Is just
possible that fha ueual pianks will be
Kemembersll the friends of Mr snd
Mr Robioaon are invited to attend
the fs.ewell recept on tbia evening.
All wishing to attend will please meet
at the M BChureb this evening and
g from there to Ue borne In a body.
Mrs Tilly Fawpson, state command
er oil he Lady Maccab's for Orsgon
and Washington, and Mrs Handy
state deputy cpmms Oder are in the
city today riiiting the members of
the local bive
Prof II J IIoiktnberry'a night
school opened last night in the bae
ment o( iheOntral Church of Christ.
An en'haaiagl ic claas greeted him and
promieos to grow larger ai the school
Captain V M Jasper and wife, who
nave .vttt'rs Vintaln's par
ents. Mr snd Mrs J R Jasper near
this city, expect to leave tomorrow for
Condon where they will rename oharge
of the Salvation Army work at that
Jilge Robfrt Eikine is in Pendle
A V Oliver and t'ls of Li Grande
were rfgiaterd at Hotel Lokeview
Tuefday morning Etaminer.
B M Lvnam ha nn.mil n .
prl r in the Pxlre aaloon building
od J -OVraou averiiitt.
G-i rs-e Ifi Chand'er, a prominent
citig'n ol Elgia is in the city today on
W A fetoria ihe OB4N bridge
deportment of P. odleton, U io the
Tomorrow tw-ini 'he F..tnflll
Paints, the afrvlcea at Hi PbIo.'.I
chu ch will be a follows:' HolvCom
m union 10 a in.'" Kveninir lervice
HEATING STOVES AMD
. J have just received my fall stock of Heating
Stoves aod Steel Ranges, all sizes, and pri ;es in ' ,
proportion. If you are g)ing to need a Steel
Range or Heater call and examine them,
THE CELEBRATED MAJESTIC STEEL RANGE
I also have a nice lot of lanternsshot gnus, lifles,
MRS. T. N. MURPHY,
Hardware and Crockery.
Baker Citv Or., (tat 29-A
tho Portland Oregoniau lays: ,fT T
Oeer has bad a representative io
Eastern Oreeon tbia WAak trvlntr tn
buy up a few local papers. It Is said
that bis agent was Walter Lyona,
editor of the Independanoe Enterprise,
but he failed s fr aa can hm auwh.
tallied, io bis mission of buying op
newspirers, toe pi joe iu eaoh Instance
being a little mire than ha waa m.
Ing to pay.
Trouble at Woodley
The mining property up Grande
Bonde river, known aa the Carson
Consolidated Hydranilo Mining ooo
pany, was attached today by creditors
-h" ! heoome tired of wh tins for
their pay. The principal t.
are La Grande merchants who hare
furnished supplies to the management.
The amount outstanding against ths
company, Including a $2000 labor ac
count totals up to about SG00O. 6upt.
J R Elmndorf was r-een Ibis afternoon
and stated that he was also a creditor
of the concern, and also placed bis
account In the bands of an attorney
for collection. Us states that bis last
report was accepted by the officers of
the company as latisfactorr. and he Is
at a loss to understand what has
caused the ' trouble. The com nan v
hssalresdv expended S6O.00O on tha
mine and ht doss not think It probable
ibat tbe company will allow this
comparatively small amount to hrii.o
about the abandonment of tbe mine,
Mr. Elmndorf feels very keenlv tha
delicate position In which be is placed
bnt is strongly In the hope that matters
ma. soon be str sis ht red ont to lb
satisfaction of all.
Wood! Wood Wood!
Good dry wood deliver!
to any part of tbe oity
ANY LENGTH, ANYJKIND,
Special prioea uu :;:"
orders No order to large
or none to small
James Beavers, " Red 1441
Parties desiring souvenir ohins
plates ol the Lewis A Clsrk fair, upon
wbion were displayed tbe luoious
fruits at tbe Union county exhibit
ean obtain asms by calling at the
office of Wm Miller. The price is oulv
lb eente, and tbey are well worth tbe
money aside frim their historic re
Jnat MllAulsafl aaau aImhhS 1 i yS . 1 1
awjiw;4 flaw waUk 11IIB. IJH1I .
nd fee them . Al Andrews. aud niuux
A BIG SURPRISE
awaits tboee lacky people who eat
Idelr holiday dinner here. . We won't
tell you what it i . for then it wonlrl
be no surprise. All we will say that
all you h-ive guessed about
will fall short of the reality . Perfect
ly cooked viands, the beet of tba
service, and a moderate sized check at
the and of tbe meal will make tha
occasion memorable Bhsll wo re
serve a table for you?
The Model Restaurant
J. A. Arbucklr, Proprietor
We sell weekly j gv
meal tlekeu (or P43v
'ifi T.1 '' 'rasa
Some Result's .
The ecalp bounty law hum i
operation In Washington aix months.
lurln; that time bounty has been
paid on i;au coyotes. 4 lvns. ar.
wildcats and 13 cougars.
Imports J tooth brnaha fln...
bleeehed bristle, atamavd with nn.
name, for S5o. New ' brushes for ih.
asking it any ever proves defective.
Newlin Drng Co
Tbe Nebraska gr, oerv store now haa
iUowa delivery wagon, and is preoar.
ed to make quick delivery.
A display that is positively unrivaled; that includes
me anwiesr ana cnoicest designs in Exoertlv
..nvKUbvau aim ouiis, exquisite Skirts, Waists,
anu iviasumueni uowns.
TAILORED SUITS EOR WOMEN
A little newer and much prettier than you'll find else
where. The special attraction we invite you to is
THE UNUSLAL SALE OF BRAND NEW
'Cia"SC f thC fCtchln n Wes at the
uuioi ii IOCS.
By express we are Settln new arrivals every few days, selected from the lean-in,
American Makers of Women's Correct and Smartly Stylish attire.
WANTED Poaition aa hnnukun h.
, v .
middle aged lady, In small family. I
Call at thia offloe or address Mrs '
T L Dykstra, Ulna Mountain Hoose.
FOR RENT Foroi'bed rooms, en
quire 1910 Second b titer.
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