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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 23, 1905)
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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' AMD MEN'S fURN
ISHINGS, MATERIALS FOR FANCY WORK, UNDERWEAR, HOSIERY, GLOVES 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, GRANITEWARE,
CHINA, CROCKERY, STOVES AND RANGES," HOUSE FURNISHINGS, HARDWARE,
TOOLS, SPORTING GOODS, WOOD and WILLOWWARE, WASHING MACHINES.
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SEWING MACHINES, TRUNKS and VALISES. 1
$40 SUIT GIVEN .AWAY
DEC 31 -.
Every $1 cash purchase, or paid on account en
titles you to a chance. f V' V," ""'"''' vt:'
COMMENCING ON NOVEMBER l"
, SUIT CLUB WINNERS .
TTNicMeton - $35 Suit New Club
A.U AN D RE WS
Habfrcfirt'er nd Tmlor. . - ,
Sm& KEY WEST PERFECTO
THE VISTA ORADA
and C. B. Cigars
Manufactured by C. E. M4CKMAN,
I PARENTS AND TEACHERS
Do you know tht the health, happiness
is hampered by week eyes?
Dr. F. B. Dayton
' The Eye Specialist
OTflss at HOTEL SOMMER. Examlnatlou FREE
Friday and Saturday, Nov. 24-25
THE FALL SEASON IS KOW
AT ITS HEIGHT AfJD
Rule Company's Stock J
1308, 1310, 1312 Adams Avenue.
Adams ' Avenue
and progress of hundreds of children
Pendleton, Or, Nov. 1, '05
To the public: - '
Owing to constant' head che,
diztiness and rervousness, my
diujhter Hazel was obliged to be
ou' nf school a great deal during
the last winter and early spring.
As the glasses" she was wearing
failed to give her any relief, I took
her to ; Dr. F. B. Dayton, The
glasses he gave her had the de
sired effect- After a short time
she suffered no more from head
ache nor dizziness, and her nerv-,
ous system repaired rapidly. The
good results have proven perman
ent and we are well pleased. , .
Mrs. T. M. Keller.
SOI Lillith St .
SURPRISE PARTY '
Wednesday evening a party wat planned
by the M. B'e., friends- of Miss Edna
Wissler.'and that young lady was given a
pleasant surprise by the company of
merry-makers that gathered at her home
to spend the evening. The event was in
honor of her eighteenth birthday. A
mirthful evening, such as the M. B's-
alone can understand, was passed, and
at a late hour they bid Miss Edna good
bye, . wishing' her many more happy
Mrs. T. J. Hughey entertained a few of
her lady friends yesterday at her home.
The afternoon was pleasently spent in
discussing topics of interest to ladies.
tea ana warers. I hose present were
Mesdarnes Anderson, , Van Fleet, C. W.
Allen, Fox, McShan.. HayneaV " -
The Oregon Produce Company is put
ting in 1 6 ton scales in front of ware
house No. 1. These scales will be the
largest in the city, with the exception of
the railway scales, and a carload of pro
duce may be weighed at a time. Not
only th. wagon and load of stuff may be
weighed but the team and everything at
the same time.
Herman Clark was fined $5 this morn
ing for not dismounting from his bicycle
as he passed Officer Faulk.
' Bert Bultz contributed $5 and costs to
th. city finances this morning. He had
been out celebrating a little and became
noisy and was taken up by the officers on
a disorderly charge. ' ' '.
Editor Observer; . . ,
In your issue of the 20th. you said
that the road supervisors wers graveling
th. street, of Island City. This is a mis
thke as the town of Island City is having
the work done. Citizen
We are glad to stand corrected a it
shows a great deal of enterprise for that
little city to improve its streets. ' ' '
Copenhagen, Nov.. 25. King Haaikin
V 1 1 and Queen Maud departed from her.
today for Norway. They were given a
great ovation.' . - v -
Th. regular weekly dance will b. given
tonight at the house of the Latter Day
Saint. Music by Thomas' Orchestra.
J. W. Meisner, a well known Baker
City resident, is in the city today.
Dr. Dayton has decided to remain in
this city a few days longer. His an
nouncement will appear in this issue.
Mrs. E. S. McKiddy and child left this
morning for Princeton, Mo- to visit her
mother for several months.
Homer Bennett, J. R. Weaver and J.
Peterson came up from Elgin on last
night's train and are in the city today.
Hon. Justus Wade, formerly of Sum-
merville, is over from his home in Walla
Walla on a business trip.
Mrs. J. J? Can- and Mrs. Charles Norris
will entertain the Kaffee Klatsch at the
home of Mrs. Carr tomorrow afternoon.
J. E. Woods the well known Summer
ville farmer, came up today and was an
Hon. Henry Rinehart of Summerville
is in the city today transacting business
at the court house.
The quarantine has been raised from
the house of F. E. Enloe. the children
having recovered from diphtheria. "
When the football agent calls upon you
and asks you to purchase a ticket to the
game, buy one for each of the family.
The game will be a fast one, and well
the money. ,
Captain J. H. Alexander returned last
evening from Heppner where he has been
looking after the Government's interests
connected with (and matters the past few
Dr. Biggere reports that Mrs. Brown
of Island City who suffered a parylitic
stroke several days ago is doing nicely
and has strong hopes of her ultimate
recovery. , '
The Foresters assure all of those who
attend their sixth annual ball at the Com
mercial Club hall a ' splendid time on
Thanksgiving night, Elaborate repara
tions have been made and the ball will
undoubtedly be a greater success than
the preceding dances given. ,
Those who enjoy a good game of basket
ball should not fail to attend the game
tomorrow evening at the Armory halL
The girls are in good form and a snappy
game is assured. The game will be call
ed promptly at eight o'clock, and there
will be things doing from the very start-
A special carrying quite a number of
the officials of the O. R. & N. and S. P.
arrived this afternoon, among whom were
General Manager O'Brien, Superintend
ent M. J. Buckley and T.W.Walsh: These
officials are on a tour of Inspection of the
Tines in this part of the state. '
; Contractor Geo. Krieger has a force of
men loading cut stone for the government
building now in course of construction at
the Walla Walla barrcks. Mr. Kreiger has
shipped eleven cars and his cut stone
business has grown to such proportions
that he has gone to considerable expense
in erecting a derrick for expeditious load
ing into the cars. ,
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You need, not be a ctothinl expert to detect its' mcrit
salesmen an opportunity to show you.
They will consider it
MEN'S SUITS, $18 TO
Potatoes, Hay, Oats, Apples
We pay Highest Market Prices for ail Produce
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A car of strictly fresh eggs arrive Saturday Nov. .
26. We quote these to the trad, at $8 per case of 80 dot.
I A fresh cansignment of fancy whit, clover honey from Cali--fornia
which w. sell to the trade at $3.25 per case,
i We have a lot of No. 2 apple, which can be bought here at
a very low prica. .
Oregon Produce Company
Fred C. Benson of Salem, Is visiting his
sister. Mrs. Geo. Carpy.
Mr. L. C. Pennell. who purchased
thirty acres of orchard in Fruitdale. re
ceived his household goods from Salem
today. He expects to take possession of
his farm in about thirty days. , '
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Mrs. Thomas Smith left this morning
for Elirin : where she' will femain a few
day. Mr. Smith, left yesterday to be
itli hi brother. Budff. Smith, who is
veriill: ' " , , , .
f J Marriage License
ATmarriage license? was issued to C.
Mum w ,iniw " ,
Hattie Bennett of Elgin.- , . . .
Whn The Turkey Comrs '
To you in our restaurant you will have
a trip) feast Your eyes will feast on its
tempting appearance. Your nostrils will
feast' pn its appetizing odor. . Your palate
will feast on its delicate flavor., j ...
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Will be' a joy le reihembarad. With
all this in prospect what's the good of
bothering with a home'dinner. Spend
Thanksgiving here and bff happy. .
Trcv Model Restaurant
f 'J A-'Aibwkl. Proprietor r
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nd moiiT; hj
Wa-Ml' weekly (i (A
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a privilege and you will not
Notice is hereby given that th. part-
nership here-to-for existing Between
Hans Larson and J. Norris has been us-a
solved by mutual consent, and that air
bills will be paid by J. Nome and accounts
will be collected by him. ,
The Woodmen of th. World will meet
tonight in thel. O. O. F. hall this being
the regular meeting night Business
importance. J; K. Wrioht, Clerlt'
Do you wsnt fresh egg? ,
' Do you prefer - nice crisp
and lender vegetables?
' Do you like the best and
'f Go to GtDDES' BROS.,
you can always depend on
gtltinj just what you want..
. Heinze pure vim Jar, you
can do your cwn reducing. :
. Heinze, pickles ard chow !
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' Crosse - and BiackweU's
chow chow ' '''
'LOW PRICES. BEST GOODS '
' North Fir Street
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be urged to purchase
OVERCOATS, $20 TO $35
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