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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 21, 1905)
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THE PALL SEASON IS MOW
AT ITS HEIGHT AND
The Golden Rule Company s Stock
Is Complete in every detail, more than Thirty Great
Departments filled with Seasonable goods of every de
scription and now offered to the trade at the Lowest
DRY GOODS, SHOES, HATS AND CAPS, CLOTHING, LADIES' AND MEN'S FURN
ISUIMGS, MATERIALS FOR FAMCYAVORK, UNDERWEAR, HOSIERY, CLOVES AND
MITTENS, LADIES' AND MISSES' TAILOR MADE COATS and SKIRTS, LADIES'
TRIMMED HATS, GHILDRENS' HATS and CAPS, FURS. SCHOOL SUPPLIES.
TOILET SOAPS and PERFUMES; TOYS, TINWARE, GLASSWARE, CRANITFWARE,
CHINA, CROCKERY, STOVES AND RANGES, HOUSE FURNISHINGS, HARDWARE,
TOOLS, SPORTING GOODS, WOOD, and VVILLOWWARE, WASHING MACHINES.
SEWING MACHINES, TRUNKS and VALISES.
Vm GOLDEN RULE COMPANY,
1308, 1310, 1312 Adams Avenue.
X-iareest St or .
Smallest Prices '
When The Turkey Corn s
To you in our restaurant you will have
"a triple feast . Your eyes will feast on its
tempting appearance. Your nostrils will
feast on its appetizing odor, Your palate
will feast on its delicate flavor. .
Will be a joy to be remembered. 1 With
all this in prospect, what's the good of
bothering with a home dinner. ' Spend
Thanksgiving here and be happy. '"
The Model Restaurant
J A. Aibutk'r, Proprietor
M MUll T
Wi kMr 1 1 (A
mml lloktu ih 'ft Sv
The new drill just turned out brand new
from the La Grande Iron Work is a
beauty and has been attracting the eye
of every passerby. Mr. Hunt who has
charge of the machine will commence to-
mornw to sink a well for Wm. Miller, on
his residence property in the First ward.
The workmanship is certainly a credit to
the manufacturer, and likewise to this
city. The La Qrande Iron work filled a
long felt want in this county, and it turns
out the work to the complete satisfaction
of their many customers. This well ma
chine will find plenty of work to keep it
busy and the cry of more water increases
with our increasing population. .
About fifteen candidates for the foot
ball team met at the Armory Hall last
evening and were put through livelyJ
practice by Coach Harley Laughlin. The
boys are taking a great interest in their
work and although thsy realize they w II
have a hard game with the husky team
from Athina on Thanksgiving day,
determined to win. , , . .
There will ba practice every evening
this week a d Sunday the team will go
out t3 the ball ground where outdoor
practice may be had.
$40 SUIT GIVEN AWAY
Every Slcih pu'chaif, or paid on account en
titles you lo a chance. .. ; ..
COM MEN ING ON ', NOVEMBER 1 .
; , SUIT l LI B WINNERS
- TTMkloon $35 Suit New Club
AL A N OR ICWS
! HOnE INDUSTRY I
KEY WEST PEREECTO
THE VISTA ORADA
and C. B. Cigars
Manufactured by C. E. HACKMAN, Street.
' and Greenwood
MRS. WM. ASH ENTERTAINS
Mrs. Wm. Ash entertained a number of
friends at whist at her home on Second
t., Monday afternoon assisted -by Me-
dames W. R. Hamilton. Hubbard, Molden.
The rooms were beautifully decorated
with carnations and poppies. Delicious
refreshments were served and those
present were delightfully entertained.
Mrs.T. J. Ormond secured first honors.
Mrs. Wm. Murphy second, and Mrs.
Cavana the consolation. Those present
were Mesdames McCoy, McCully.Swaney
F. E. Moore, Bartlett, Allison, Fred Kid
dle, Van Buren, A. L. Richardson, Lilly
Erickson. Taylor, E. . Coolidge. Culling,
Bock, T. J.' Ormond, Ed Murphy, Wm.
Murphy, Kelly, Causey, Roberts, Newlin,
Meyers. Bohnenkamp. Bacon, Humphrey,
Grady. Mosby, Palmer, Byrkit, Cavana,
Sargent, Romig. Misses Bessie. Bohn
enkamp and Felicia Lynne. '
The Lyle Musical Club had a delightfu'
session this alter loon. The business
portion of the meeting occupied . thai t
tention of the members during the early
par; of the afternosn. Tnis was the first
rejjlar meeting ; of the year' and much
ere jit it due the committee in charge for
t(ie success of the occasion.
(a) Wedding of the Winds .. . ,
(b) Surprise in Georgia .......
Vocal SjIo, So.ig of a Hairt ,
Piano Solo. .. ...7.
Vocil Solo ...I ..:
Mrs. Van Ouren
Piano duet .....Fan Fare,...
Mesdames Lyle and Martin
Quartette .R bin A4r , ...Tudley Buck
Mesdames Stevens, Forrest, Neil and .
An excillen. attndi-ce rewarded the
res taiists and all selections were
appreciated and enjoyed by those present
Wafer and tea addod U the delight of
the aftarooon. , - .
O. W. Wr'ichL cf Union, is in the city
today visiting friends. '
Deputy Sheriff Frank Phy went o
Elgin this morning on business. j
Samuel Southwick, of Nibley, was a La
Grande visitor this afternoon. . ., .
O. E. Harper, of the Blue Mountain
Creamery, is in Pendleton today looking
after the branch creamery at that point
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Dickey leave Thurs
day Morning for a short visit to Baker
City. : -' ' '.
The coflhty road ; supervisor ; are
graveling the road leading into Island
City. . ' ' ' .'
Mrs. Wm Murphy has returned from
a several days visit with . Baker City
friends. .:...".' ; .'
Attorney F. S. Ivanhoe left this morn
ing for Ellensburg, Washington, to be
gone a week on business, .
F. Making of Enterprise, came up last
night on the Eton train and is in the
city for a few days. i . ' .
Rev. J. F. Johnson of Potaha Washing'
ton has been transferred to Ontario to be
pastor of the Methodist Church. '. .
F. B. Dayton, ' the Pendleton eye spe
cialist, ' came over last evening and will
remain in the city for a few days.
You must not overlook the chicken pie
dinner tomorrow. The ladies commence
.-..! .mi .--i-i, i rib k.n -.
The Misses Francis Heritage ane Vira !
Hart, came in last evening from Hilgard
and are in the city today the guests of
friends.' .... ' .
H. L, Timm, Pacific Coast manager for
Cleveland baking powder, is in the city
from headquarters in Walla Wallah on
business. ...'' -V-'-..' ' '4 -v .
Presiding Elder J. D. Cillilan will be at
home during this week and will occupy
the pulpit in the Methodist church both
morning and evening nejet Sunday. . .'
Rev. J. W. Kern the new Methodist
pastor for Wallowa went through . the
city this morning. "He was transfered
Lby Presiding Elder Cillilan from Ontario.
William Muir, the veteran Grand
Ronde river miner, came down yesterday
from his mines up the river, and will re
main in the city for a few days en busi
ness. . """,".' y
Do not forget the chicken pie supper
Wednesday. You can do no better, than
to take dinner and ; supper' too. 'Fifty
cents never bought so much good cooking
as it will Wednesday at Elks hall. .
Without a l icense
Officer I. W. Faulk arrested . a, party
who gave his name as S. Alexander for
peddling from house to house' without a
license. When arraigned before Recorder
Snook, he plead not guilty and the case
is set for 9 o'clock in the morning,
uncertain sound h'
Winter', knockina at the door. With no
demanding entrance everywhere. ' .
Are you ready for him? How about your winter Suit ana
ArtrSey?in proper condition to weather the storms of the
Hownibot your .winter Underwear. Gloves, Hosiery and
other Toggery? . .' K y
If there are any weak spots-ln your
. to'strengthen thrn. with the :
wardrobe we are! her
Best That's Tg Be Had
The mest skilful-tailors known to the trade build
artistically, and they build them well and they
on honor. .
Our furnishings come Jrom the hands of the best known '.
manufacturer. f ' j ' t - ' 'i
'. I ;-'.-t Money totk If you want If .
Thot i the guarantee that goe with every tale. ; . I ' 1 ; ,
It is under Jhese conditions that we ask you to make this your
Clothing Store. ' " " . . .: ,. .
AND HABERDASHERS. i
Hit The Cause V "
, '' , . .S r J, i - . ,
Osteopathy of all the systems ot heat
ing is unique in this respect, l ne revolt
of the master mind of Dr. StiltTtne found
er of osteopathy, against the blind super!-'
stition and experimentation' of medicine,
of which he was a highly honored practi
tioner, led him tor the field of -research.
Turning his, back on the dogmas of the
past arid the' unsustained theories and
practices of hi day, he boldly proclaimed
"The body is a complete machine and
acts by the laws of mechanics.; all parts
are corripfeV anithft moya,' power
within't therefore, the' 'cause bf disorder
is within, and lie in the slight displace
ment of bones of the. spine, ribs, pelvis,
etc., and in contracting muscles and liga
ments." . .
tion on cases. .'w .,',,,' -.
When he had replaced them and cured
the disease thereby, .he gave, his system
to the world. This is what the oste
opaths fire , practicing today. They are
"hitting at the "cau" is why they are
Co opera lien.
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Co-operation i the watchword by
which the Pacific States region will ex-" !
tend it influence and prestige. The
Movement to bnng the ' Pacific States,
Oregon, Claifornia, Washington, Idaho,
Nevada, Utah, and the territory of Ari- ;
zona into harmonious and combined effort -
for progress is meet'ng with grsat fa or ;
and i being favorably " comments J ujon
by th press and public of the Pacific
States. Th commercial bodies of ' those
of the Pacific States which are not al
ready organizad into a state central bo dy
art faking steps to bring about this 1m- ,
portant resultand when this accomplished, ' -which
promises not to be in the distant
future, the state commercial bodies will
all work together into one central assoo -ciationk
representing the whole' Paxift
States region. , , .
v Summer Range
; J. wl McAlister r Joday purchased a
summer rang for hi dairy herd of
Charley Golden, consisting of 320 acre,
laying between Grave and Beaver creek
Whisk y Fire
Conneliiville, Penn. Nov. 21. More
than 800,000 gallon of whiskey furnish
ed a destructive Are of a spectacular
nature at Broadford yesterday, causing
damage to the amount of $4,000,000.
Bluetongued flame from th burning al-
conoi not nign in the air producing a
wierd spectacle. Th property doitroyed
belonged to the Overholt distillery on
Bohm ; , :A JLWU iLkA 1
Rev. H. H. Mower, commenced , , i
aeries of meetinir at Island Citv Ut vn
ing. Th attendance was vary good for
th first night and everything points to
The more you know abouL pur clothing the .better , you will appreciate It"
You need not be a ctothlnj expert to detect , its meritif vyou will -but give our
salesmen an opportunity to show you. ,? ;
They will consider It a privilege and you will not be urged to purchase
MEN'S SUITS. SI8 TO $30
OVERCOATS. $20 TO $35
Nortb Fi .,.V;;2
I ZUNDEL L UWSON.
' are cordiall invited