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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 13, 1906)
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I JUST IN THE "NICK OF TIME"!!!
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THE "NICK OF TIME
THE GOLDEN RULE COMPANY
Secures an entire line of Drummers' Samples
And now offers them at Rediculously low prices to
bargains at their
help swell the great list of
Clearance S a 1 e
HOSIERY, SOCKS WRAPPERS, TOWELS, LINEN PIECES, GLOVES. MITTENS,
LADIES' WAISTS, APRONS, BELTS, PURSES, COMBS, HAIR BRUSHES.
MEN'S SHIRTS. All practically as food as new and fio In this sale
at less than manufacturer's prices.
The great bargains mentioned In our previous ads have gone fast. Hundreds
have been made happy by the wonderful values they have secured, but in a stock
so large and varied as ours it is Impossible in a hurried visit through the store to
see all the good things. We therefore desire to call SPECIAL ATTENTION -TO
SOME GOOD BARGAINS NOT MENTIONED BEFORE '
Ladies' failcred Cloaks and
$3.00 Jackets $2.43
4,75 " ' 3.98
5.75 " . 459
$10.50 Empire coats $7-93
I7.50 " " 13.25
19.75 " . " 14.59
22.50 " " 17.50
All this season's styles.
OUTING FLANNEL GOWNS
$1.10 Valves for $ .89
1.35 " " 1.05
1.50 " " 118
1.65 " " 1.31
2.00 " " 167
LADIES' TAILORED 5UITS
We have just a few of these
left $12.50 and $15.00 val
ues whicn we now offer at
your choice for $ 6 2 5
Less than cost of ma
terial. LADIES' WRAPPERS
$2.65 Values for $1.69
2.85 " 1.89
Frames Reducad 25 io 50
ho would not be clean?
Diamond "L" Soap, per bar .03
All 5c folli-t -03i
10 pneent reduction on all Havilard
China. Ihls makes a 100 pc. $30.00 set
In White Scmiporceln'n we have s me cloe
out , Ihty must be sold as we have a large
slock bought for Spring and need the room
Plata s from 25c par set to
Cup and Saucer from 40c per set to
Plater from 1 Oo to
Complete et of 57 piece
Sleds $150 now
Sled J $1.65 no w
Sled $1.76 now
Sleds $2.60 now
GREAT BARGAINS IN
Glassware. Graniteware, Doormats. Sfove
Boards, Stoves, SewingMacnints, Lamps, Jar-
drnim. Every department is full of bar
Mr. J. M. Mitchell, of Nibley,
business visitor in this city today.
Miss Carmen Stoddard left this
noon for a short visit to Union.
Mr. W. R. Woodard. of Union, is
Baker City today on a business visit
Mr. A. E. Dalshom, of this city, is a
business visitor in Baker City today.
E. W. Rumble and County Commiss
ioner Blumenstein of Elgin came up last
evening and are in the city today.
Carl Guiowt, a Pendleton music teach-'
er, is in the city today, having arrived
last evening. .
C. A. Lemmon, the Nibley schoolteach
er, came up last evening to visit friends
n this city over Sunday.
G. W. Ruckman returned from Union
and left for his home near Alicel this
F. E. Kinner and Emit Ebener came
over from Hot Lake last night and re
turned this morning.
Mr. J. B. Payne, of Chihuahua, Mexicu
arrived in the city last evening on a
business visit .
Mr. and Mr. James W. Stotts left
last evening for California to spend the
winter. .-, i
Marriage license was Issued today by
the county clerk to Mr. Arthur L. Berry
and Miss Bella S. Wall, both of Imbler.
Passenger Conductor Frank Coyendall,
of Pendleton, arrived in the city this
morning on No. 6 to attend the Fruit
Growers Union, which will be organized
Mr. and Mr. Marshal Ruckman and
child, of Union, who have been visiting
the family of J. W. Kennedy of this city,
returned to their home in Union this
Mrs. E. B. Hill, of Union, who has been
visiting relatives at Hilgard. stopped over
in this city today to visit the family of
County Superintendent E. E. Bragg.
W. J. Cook, president of the Wallowa
Valley Railway, is in the city at the Hotel
Sommer. looking after court matters in
connection with his proposed railroad.
Mr. W. W. Randall, of Alicel, today
filed his petition with the county clerk to
be entered in the primary election a a
candidate for the nomination of sheriff of
Union county on the Republican ticket
This week there passed through this
city on a freight train of the O. R. & N
ten pieces of timber seventy " feet long
each averaging two feet in diameter.
They wera consigned from Portland, Ore,
to Brooklyn, N, Y. and will be used for
spars and masts for a new steamer being
built in the latter city.
Street Commissioner Fred Synhorst
has been busy yesterday and today
clearing out the ice and snow from -the
gutters of the city. This is work that
was greatly needed in order to carry off
the water caused by the recent thaws
and melting of the snows.
i v-., ioV,rated Majestic and Superior
Ranges which have no equal as to baking qualities
and durability. Try one and be convinced.
A few heating stoves left, upon which I am giving
10 per cetoff, while they last.
Don't forget about our cross cut saws and logging
! MRS. T.N. MURPHYJ
Hardware and crockery.
' AT THI HUNTER HOME
The Hunter home was the scene of
much merriment last evening when Miss
es Edna and Carrie Hunter entertained
for their sisters. Misses Pearl, Addie and
Stella. Various entertaining games were
played and splendid musical selections
were given during the evening. Miss
Kathleen Thomas, well known as Island
City's little musician, delighted her hear
ers with a piano solo. Mrs. Merton Kid
dle received many compliments on her
sweet clear voice, and Mrs. Albert Hunt
er's mellow contralto won much praise.
Duets by Mrs. Merton Kiddle and Netta
Kiddle and Misses Carrie and Pearl
Hunter were highly appreciated. A par
ticularly mirthful feature was the piano
duet by Messrs Davis and Meyers. Those
present to enjoy this pleasant evening
were Misses Lillian and Minnie Holman,
Netta Kiddle. Lizzie Foust Hilda and
Clara Shroeder, Florence Childers, Maud
Walters, Maggie Clopp, Cynthia Stein,
Jessie and Nelle Grimmett, Dean Ward-
all, Kathleen Thomas, Netta Kiddle.
Messrs. Ell Stein. Clyde Kiddle, Elmer
Thomas, Don Meyers, Frank Davis,
Claud Scranton, Ben and Wilbur Zurbric
John Shroeder, Clenton Irvin, Floyd Jones,
Allen Hunter. Messrs. and Mesdames
Merton Kiddle, John Quinlan. and A. R.
c. E. SOCIAL
The Christian Endeavor social given at
Mrs. Borey's home last evening was a
decided social success. ,
Last evening at the I. O. O. F. hall the
newly elected officers of the Modern
Woodmen of America and the Royal
nstalling officers. There wa a large
number of both orders present to witness
the beautiful ceremony of installation. In
th interim between the regular lodge
work and the supper iin kUsrfes rm- .
gram was given:
Recitation Marjorie McCall; instrumenta
solo. Mr. Lyle; vocal olo, J. V. Colt; .
piano duet Misses Ralston and Disquv,
recitation, Mrs. C. S. Williams; reatEPv
A. J. Warren; duet Mr. and Mr, O. 9r
William. , ,
After th program th member and
their guests went to the banquet hall
where a most sumptuout banquet was
laid. At 12:30 the last guest had eaten
his All and had left feeling that this oc
casion marked the pinnacle of success in
the M. W. A. and Royal Neighbor in this
Mr. James Rawson and nephew, Mr.
James Taylor, of Nibley, left this morn
ing for Emmett Idaho. They intend to
make their home in that state. eJJ
The Seventh District Medical Society
of Iowa, meeting recently at Des Moines,
went in to an extened and very serious
discussion of ways and means of stopping
the progress of Osteopathy. There is no
way on earth, gentlemen, a your past
efforts have proven. '
One of the learned doctors suggested
that they employ masseurs, asserting that
this would keep people from going to yie
Osteopath. By which the doctor evitfaJ
how little he knows of Osteopathy. Itfai
massage; or if he knows, he expects to
hoodwink and deceive the public. This
latter is an old game and is rapidly losing
its force as people become educated to '
Osteopathy. In Iowa it is certain that
M. Ds. are wasting their powder, for Iowa
is the second strongest Osteopathic state.
Many wiser M. Ds. have investigated, and
discovering the truth that the new science
is really a distinct and by, far the most
advanced system of healing, have studied
in Osteopathic colleges, ahd discarded
medicine entirely, Can stronger testi- .
150 Shirts at half pnee
100 Snits at co or below
$3.00 Hats $2.50
$1.50 Hats $1.09
$1.00 H.ts 78
$1,00 Men's Wool Undccwear .83
.50 and .60 " , " 45
Large line op bedding
Qn'lts, Blanket, Pillows, etc Reduced to
mar uafcturers cost.
Neighbors were installed by the regular mony be given for Osteopathy?
Bissel Carpet Sweepers from $2 46 to $4 27
None bettet made
Men's and Boys' Pants, Sweaters, Cover and
Mittens, Caps, Trurks, Outing Gowns,, Fb t
wear and Suspenders, I' you don't need
them now buy for future use.
DON'T FORGET that our regular prices are always from 10 to 25 percent less than is
usually asked for the same foods and that when w: tcil you practically every ar
ticle in the store has been reduced in price it means something. THAT WE CIVE
FREE WITH CASH PURCHASES PREMIUMS WHICH WILL ENABLE YOU IN TIME TO
FURNISH YOUR HOME ACS0LUTELY WITHOUT COST
THE GOLDEN RULE COMPANY
1308, 1310, 1312 Adams Arena.
Annual January Clearance Sale
Now in Full Swing
Without regard to cost or previous selling prices, we propose to make this the bargain
event of the year. Can't list all the good things, but the store is full of them.
Gome in and share in the great money saving carnival.
SEASONABLE MERCHANDISE AT
Furs, Ladies' Waists, Ladies' and Children's Coats, Tailored Street Suit iw.
in$ Sacks and Skirts
Embroideries, Insertions and laces that retailed from 15c
best Value In the city, for 5c
to 35c per yard, the
Waist Lengths, Skirt
Lengths and some 6 'and 8
Goods, at values below cost
yard cuts, in Fine Dress'
I Ladies' Wool and Wool Mixed Velts and Pants, 60c 751.00 garments, now 2.
MEN'S SHOES $3.00. S3.50. unit t Kn . CM mr
$3.00, $3.50, and $4.50 values
MACKINAW COATS, CAPS, AMD RUBBER GOODS, NECKWEAR