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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 28, 1905)
A Meriy Chri
The Golden Rule Company
Hopes that EVERYBODY enjoyed this great day to the
fullest extent, and judging from the immense amount
of goods we sold for the occasion, we believe they did.
We appreciate this liberal patronage on the part of
the public and ty show our appreciation are going to
give the trade
Watch for full
i ll THE GOLDEN RULE
Remember every dollar cash purchase
or paid on account entitles you to a
chance on that
THAT I GIVE AWAY
SATURDAY! DECEMBER s 30th
SUIT CLUB WINNERS
C. J. VanderpooL $35 Suit New Club
Haberdasher end Tailor
t Just Received by W. II.
j LINE OF
The finest display of
In the city. See the
W. H. B OHN ENKAMP, i
ANOTHER GREAT TREAT
1308, 1310, 1312 Adams Avenue.
Bohnenkamp a beautiful
75c up :
China and Glass
Ten Cent. Table
in this Space I
Mrs. GeorgeAckles entertained a num
ber of friends yesterday in a manner
most gratifying. a bounteous dinner.
The rooms were alluring in Christmas
tide embellish m.iU aid a jolly atmos
phere was prevalent
4 Little Miss Peninirton ' was tha
charming hostess to a party of friends
yesterday afternoon, and when she an
nounced a "tiff -pull." the bright faces
beamed with delight The .tooth pick
contert was also a sourci of much merri
ment In which Hazel McCrearv won flmt
souvenir and Naomi Kirtley second. At
4:30 dainty refreshments were served.
The afternoon which was "brim full of
pleasure," will long be remembered by
the following, who were present
Florence McLaughin. Edith Stevens.
Jean Owsley, Bessie Hendricks. Zo Bragg
Naomi Kirtley. Gertrude Eakm. Cartmd
Crandall, Hilda McCreary, Hazel Mc
Creary and Hazel Jones. '
A joint installation of the newlv elected
officers, of the Masonic lodge and the
Eastern Star was held last night at the
Masonio hall. Following the ceremonies
a banquet was given.
MARRIED IAST EVENING
SUYDAM CROWELL In this city on
Wednerday evening, Dec. 2? at the resi
dence of Frank Suydam in this city. Rev.
0. H. King officiating, Neal Suydam to
Treeny Crowell both of this r.l
Mr. Suydam is an errmlov of th I
Grande Pawnbrokers and has lived in
this city for several years. Miss Crowell is
a native daughter of this city and is well
known. They immediately went to thnir
home on Nineth street where they will be
at home to their friends.
TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS
We again wish to call vour attentinn i
the fact that quite often our carriers are
unable to place your Danar wham
wind will not blow it awav and aiuin
ask you to kindly put a box either on your
gate post or on your porch. By so doing a
great deal of annoyance both to vou and our
selves may be avoided; If you do not get
your paper, however, do not be backward
about notifying us as that is the only way
we have of knowing whether or not you
are receiving your paper regularly.
In the cat 6 bfor Juatir. Wnimh
terday Nick Beaver was released from
complicity in the assault upon J. M. Berry
and Tom Collins was held in th mm
$200 to appear before the circuit court
Jack Hind of Heppner is in the city
Frank Ayres n down from Kamela to
day on business.
Leroy Lomax is down from . Baker
City on a legal business trip.
J. V. Sherer is up from E!gin today- on
a business trip.
Mrs. W. A. Worstell went to Hot Lake
this morning on a short visit
W.'R. Kivett, the well known Boise
lumberman, is in the city today visiting
George H. Currey is at home for a few
days on account of illr.ess.
Dr. George O'Connor is in Walla Walla
on a businass trip.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W.' Swaggart well
known residents of Heppner. are in the
city today visiting.
Fred Bock is making ' preparations to
go to Mexico within a few days on a
J. A. Thronson is in Davton. Wash., on
a business trip. He will return the last
of the week.
Mrs. William Dunn, aunt of Messrs
C. S. and L. F. Dunn, came up from
Portland this morning for a week's visit.
Miss Belle Kellocr. one of the rnont nnn
ular teae ert of the Fa'ter City schools
i in '.u.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Wright of Newberg
came up this morning to visit their son,
J. K. Wright of this city for a short time.
From here they will go to Sumpter to
visi; O. W. Wright at that place. ,
John H. Leroux, of near Walla Walla,
made a homestead proof before Register
Davis today. His witnesses were William
Mackin and William Cos tin of Walla
The Georgia Harper Company arrived
this morning from Pendleton to open
their three night's engagement commen
cing tonight Camilla is tonight's bill
and Frou Frou and .The Gay Deceiver
J. F. Alden, of Starkey, was a La
Grande visitor today. Mr. Alden has a
logging contract from the Grande Ronde
Lumber Company, and states that he
expects to placa about seven hundred
thousand feet of logs in the riverthis
season. He reports tha snow about six
inches deep where"he is logging and that
his work is progressing nicely. '
THANKS FOR ASSISTANCE
We wish to thank many of our society
ladies of this city for their assistance
rendered our society editoress. Miss Lil
lian McCall. In manv casus if m;
Call is notified by telephone, it will enable
her to suitably prepare the report This
has been done in a great many instances,
but many times weddings and small part
ies are overlooked. Remember to call up
Miss Mcall. Hlack 53 . when anv nr.if
event happens and it will be properly re-
corqea in me columns of the Observer.
will have some
thing to say in
a few days
Until January 2 I will give ONE FOURTH OFF
ON FANCY CHINA
AND CUT CLASS j
10 per cent Off j
ON HEATING STOVES j
This is to reduce my
A seven mill tax for the maintenance
of the public schools was voted at the
special school election. -
Mr. Pete Biever and wife, are down
from Pleasant Valley on a visit to rela
tives and friends, and will return th their
home tomorrow morning. During their
stay in the city they received many
pleasant calls from friends. Mr. Biever
was formerly a resident of this city, and
is at the present time a .trusted employe
of the O. R. & N. Co. and is stationed at
Pleasant Valley. -
A second operation was performed on
Mrs. John Hampson of La Grande, at St
Anthony's hosiptal yesterday evening.
She has recovered from this operation
and is getting along nicely today,
although the two delicate operations have
greatly weakened her. Mr. Hampson is
in the city attending her. East Oregonian
POLLOCK In this cy Saturday. Dec,
23. 1905. to Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Pollock,
REMAINS IN VIRGINIA
(Scrlppa News Association
Washington Dec. 27 The President
expects to remain in Virginia until Sun
stock fjr stock taking 1 "
GIFTS FOR SMOKERS
Christmastide offers no better . oppor
tunity than can be found in the .
Key West Perf ecto
Our line of these favorites embraces
all sizes, and there is not one but
would be treasured and prized by any
"lover of the weed." r
C. E. HACKMAN,
Factory Corner Adams Avenue and
Greenwood Street Red 1641 .
DINE WEll ON NEW TEARS
and you will fare welt all the rest of the
year. To be sure of the right start eat
your New Years dinner
It will Include all the delicacies of the .
season and some out of season. The
The service will be perfect and the cook- .
ing a delight The bill will, show you
that the cost of living has not increased
here at any rate.
The Model Restaurant
J. A. AibucMf, Proprietor
iml ticket (or P4