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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 30, 1905)
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I A GRE
AT FEAST FOR EVERYBODY
TUESDAY MORNING, JAN. 2nd, 1906, THE
GOLDEN RULE COMPANY BEGINS IT'S
Thousand of dollars' worth of goods to be closed out at about half their value. Practically every article
In the store radically reduced in price to make this A (5REAT TREAT TO ALL as we promised
HOSIERY AMD UNDERWEAR
'10c hose, now. . 8Jc
12 c hose, now 10c
15c hose, now I2c
1 8c hose, now . 15c
25c hose, now . 19c
50c hose, now -. 37c
. uuion suits
Safety Pins, per card - ' - " - - . v
Hair pins, per bunch - - - - ,
Corduroy Dress binding, - - five yards
Spool Cotton, per spool - - -Good
imparted Japanese tooth brushes, four
rows bristles each - - - -
LADIES' TAILORED CLOAKS AND SKIRTS
3c $2.75 skirts $2 3? J3 00 Jacket3
lc 3.50 " , 2.98 475 "
15c 4.00 " 337 till rr " n
' 10 50 Empire Coats
4c 4.60. ; " 3.83 1750
,oc 5.00 ; "' 4.23 2250 "
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I mon eized plate, 7 in eet
Common sized Platei 6in
Handled Cup and Sau
cer bet .
Ewer & Batin
Chamber and Cove
DISHES AND GLASSWARE
.65 now '50 P6, imitation cut
.45 " .35
.65 " .50
$'.35 -V $1. 5
$1.25 $1 05
.75 " 65
$3.35 nnw $2 85
7 PC. "'
Jardiniers very neat decoration
Lamp, plain glass, complete
Decorated Stand Lamp $2.00 now $1.65
- h 4.00 44 3,20
- - 6.50 5.15
In our DISH DEPARTMENT you
will find values never .offered be
fore In Union County, at the
67 pc. Set white Porcelain $4-60
67 pc. set handsome Decoration ' $6.75
Suit j -Suit
Suit - -
Duck Coat -Duck
Duck Coat -
Men1 Overall .60
Men' Overall .85 "
Men' Heavy fleece - .A XA '
Underwear .50. .60
Men' Heavy Wool , nn
Underwear. . $100 ,
Men' Work Shirt ' .50, .60 "
; We will use the knife on all
RUBBER FOOTWEAR, but space
prevents our quoting prices.
.10 Towels .7 J
.25 " . .19
.20 " .24
35 " .28
.35 Table Damask .28
.50 " " .39
.60 " .49
.75 ' .60
$1.00 " .78
$1.25 - .18
THE GOLDEN RLE COMPANY
If a man should cross a dr.-dly snnlrt"
his uuUiwiiy, he woulj (iiiK.,y cm l it
boneLiih h's liccl tn ior it ould Kink It
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It !mmi! I U' 'unown to every !ck person
,.. "Or V. V. VU-rea will rlvo c::ri fi ily
con l.'.r rcd, f'tlri !-, pr f' riottr.l adj h e
bv nail ta nil who writo h!r. at I.n i:lo.
,'. . No cliurau or foe of any nature u
Mr. Mo-pj Ilovncr, of Stalilstown. Pern a.
w. "Lot ful I leak .'Tcrocclitlie
Lv-.!ir;m1 hrot.chitlswl.lcli I.-; ei .Hi"ef.
I u (. Ih'ee IkMcs of Dr. 1'h -n-s t ol li n
Mlic"l 1 . -ov. and tn. or ilinw yln! J
th TU--itn Pellets." 0' J ore Pffc
I'r. P: tc nmrt l. ilemeuy. I am now cured.
Many tLnnks to you."
An hm--t dtvler will not try to pef
euiule you to take a wort.ilcsg sii b s l-
fcV"ovtTy " fur the suke of a little audwi
Of tha hareholder of the Farmer and
' Trader National Bank of La Grande.
k. h.M .t their hankinff hoU3 in La
Grande on Tuesday, the 23d. day of
. January. 1906. between the hour of 10
.o'clock a. m. and 2 o'clock p. m. of aid
"y, to select a board of director for the
irtsuing year and for uch other buines
as may come before said meeting.
J. W. ScRiBEH. Cashier of the Farmer
and Trader National Bank of La Grand.
Dated thi18th. day of December 1905
A PLAY OF CENUINE VALUE
"At Cripple Creek," a play of genuine
the marvelous beauty of the films.
J. W. Coffroth, presidentof the Colma
(Cal) athletic club, where the fight oc
curred, is the owner of the copyrighted
These pictures may be seen at Stew
ard's opera house, Wednesday eve, Janu
GEORGIA HARPER PERFORMANCE
The performance given last night by the
value ana simple nomeiy Georgia Harper company last night was
are at once eievaung ana upnuMg ... o. . cerUjnly a ,ucoe8S The play was a
prese.neaoy c.j. -arpenleri...u. ;C3medyinthreg act9 entitIed A Gay
upera nouse, rriaay. Jan. u. Deceiver." The theme was that a Gre-
This piece is the best work of HalRoid. dan tMM ,eft in tneare of peter Amo
a noted piay-wngni. ana n on y.o- . Dunn Mme jn eontact witn n electric
nounced by leading critics to be Mr. Reus I rre and came to life while Mr. Dunn's
masterpiece, and also tha stronges. ana (a7H,y was at the theatre How to
most interesting portrayal of life m t , p:ain the presence of this young woman
Rockies that has bean g ven to our sge. ;
if r'imatieallv handed: the motives arj
clevar y blended and the heart interest is
J. C. Ardny, a former resident of thi
city, but now near Portland. i in the city.
Mr. Ardrey i now in tha piano tuning
ines. and those having instruments
'requiring attention can aecure hi er
vice by leaving order at Huelat' music
tore. Mr. Ardrey will be in La Grande
only about ten day longer.
enthralling. The pece contains many
scene of tenderest beauty: abounds in
wholesome comedy and is replete with
tiking effect and stirring situation.
A car load of handsome and elaborate
cenery is carried for this production and
each of the four act are staged in the
most elaborate and complete manner, the
third act is particular being the most
complicated and heaviest ever provided
for a drama to be taken entour.
Judging from the clearness and per
feitnn of the Britt-Nelson fight peture.
the air of California must be unequalled
for rntnorDhi6 purposes. Cl.mata, at
mosphere and sunlight hv a great deal
to do with the clearness and beauty cf
such picture. No Jch p ewres as' in.
Britt-Neison series have ever been shown
before, and the atmospheric conditions
must have had a great deal to do with
caused Mr. Dunn some inconvience and
Mr. Joseph Detrich as Mr. Dunn, acquit
ted himself very favorably in his efforts
to outdo Ananias. Miss Harper as Niobe,
the statute, was exceptionally fine. The
whole performance was well given, each
member of the troupe being capable of
handling their part in a creditable manner.
The Howard in song and dance sketches
were also pleasant feature of the per.
formance between act.
Tonight the great German probhm
play, "Magda" will be given. Thi after
noon a matinee. Happy Hooligan, was
NEW REAL ESTATE OFFICE
I have moved my real estate and in
surance office to room 3 over J. M. Berry'
i ttor. where I am better equipped than
ever to. handle farm land and city pro
perty. I also writ fire insurance on
farm property. G. H. Powers.
the Minnesota Land Man.
M FROM THE miHUtS
State Receives Over $17,003 From Tbose WHO Delist in
Spending Tlleir Vacations Witn Gun and Dog
After Oregon Game
Game Wardan J. W. Baker' annual re
port shows that 17,000 of the inhabitants
of Oregon are huntors,. not taking into
consideration the farmers who hunt over
their own lands, and are, therefore, not
required to pay the yearly tax of $1.
Fees received amounted to $17,421.
some of which came from nonresident
hunters, who paid $10 for the privilege
of killing wild game in the state; $166.40
was col'ected as fines for hunting without
a license. -
The game warden expended $7262.25.
leaving a balance of $10,325.15. This
will be available at once for deputies as
soon as necessary. From the general ap
propriation fund, the warden received
$1662.78 for salary and traveling ex
penses and $2499.88 was used for. sal
aries and expenses of deputy wardens,
making a total expenditure for the year
of" $ 1 1 ,42 1 .0 1 for the protection and pro
pagation of game.
Violations of the law have been less
frequent this year than for some time, but
justices of the peace are not inclined to
impose severe penalties.
Eighty-four persons were convicted and
fined for violation of the game laws, the
fines averaging $16.
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Ibe Powerful Drama of Western Life
BY HAL ROD
I "At Cripple Creek"!
Diiecfio of E. J. Carpcn'cr
I Everything New. Production Carried Complete J
: Friday, Jan. 5 :
..,. Just a presented
: 150 Nights In New York 100 Nights In Chicago
5 Solid Weeks In Boston 4 Weeks In Philadelphia
PPIPpQ Orchestra and Orchestra Center 76c Children 26c
J rlVlvIp preM Circle and Gallery 60c Seat on al Thursday J
TO WHOM IT MAY COfKERN
Notice i hereby given, to whom it may :
concern, that I will not pay any bill or
debt hereafter contracted by my wife,
Ida S. Alden, a the hat abandoned me
without cause and sued for divorce.
Dated, Dec. 23th., 1905. '
J. F. Alder.
NIGHT ScTioOL- ,
Thoso desiring to join Prof. Hockon
berry' night class in arithmetic, are re
quested to leave word at "this office or
with the professor. The class ' will tart -next
week. Further particular regard
ing place and time of meeting will be- an
no j.icud later. '
USE YO'JR TfLEPJIDHI
We deliver goods promptly too. '
Newun Druo Company
r caused by Indigestion. If you eat a
little too much, or if you are tubject to
attack of Indigestion, you have no doubt
had shortness of breath, rapid heart beat,
heartburn or palpitation of the heart
Indigestion causes tha stomach ta
expend cwell and puff up against the
heart Thi crowd the heart and Inter
feres with it action, and in the course of
time the heart become diseased.
d;;ets wht you eat take the (train off
of the heart and contributes nourishment
trength and health to every organ of the
body. Cures Indigestion, Dvspepsia, Sour
Stomach, Inflammation of the mucout
membrane lining the Stomach and Diges
tive Tract Nervous Dyspepsia and Catarrh
of tha Stomach.
After esllnr, my feed would distress me by imlrlna
iriy hert plpitate and I would baoom nry waah.
Finally I tot bottl of Kodol and It tav me Immr
Sal fallal. Aftar ut Inf a law bolllat i em our ad.
MRS. LORINO NICHOLS, Penn Tea, M. T.
! had stomach trouble and waa In a bad ttata I
had heart trouble with It. I look Kodol Dyapacaia
Cute lor about tour moothi and u cured me. ,
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