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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (March 8, 1906)
THE GOLDEN RULE STORE I
500 PIECES DRESS GOODS
All the novelties and staples in suitings, wash goods, white goods, percales,, prints,
trimmings, laces, embroideries, etc. ' .
200 MEN'S AND BOY'S SUIT$f
The new and nobby things in spring wear. Prices 41.50 tft $15.00 per Suit
COMPLETE STOCK OF MEM'S HATS
New shapes, new shades, natty ones as well as the staples. Make your selections
now.while the assortment Is complete.
DISHES AND CHINAWARE
Don't forget we are among the largest handlers of DISHES in Eastern Oregon, both
foreign and domestic ware, tlavllnnd and German China. .
BEAR IN MIND TOO New spring goods is not the only insentive for you to visit our .
store. You will find, after inventory, bargains in every section. The painstaking
shopper can always find something yseful on our bargain tables.
THE GOLDEN RULE COMPANY
' 1308, 1310, 1312 Adams Avenue.
TLarerest Store- Smaiie Prices
J?K. Romig is in the city today from
Mr. Welch of Portland, is here today
looking over our city with a view of in
Testing. N. K. West' racing horse "Common
wealth" arrived from Los . Angeles this
Mrs. J. D. Slater's many friend will be
pleased to know that she rallied nicely
from the operation yesterday in Portland.
Miss Mae Eads, of Easton, Wash, ar
rived on No. 2. this morning to make her
sister Mrs. Ray Carpenter , an extended
' Mrs. Amanda Rinehart and her son
David, accompanied by Mrs. Jennie C.
Currey, returned this morning to their
home in Seattle. Mrs. Currey will prob
ably remain about one month.
Architect Raymond Hockenberry left
last night to open an office in Portland,
He will return within a few weeks with
in a few weeks with the plans for the
new building to be built by the La Grande
Now is the time to prune your orchard If you need
any new pruning shears, saw or knives, call, and ex
amine my complete line of such goods, you will find
just "what you want j Also see my assortment of fine
China in hand painted, decorated and plain, any kind
you want. Do not forget about my cut glass and
silverware. : ' . .
! MRS. T-N. MURPHY
Just Arrivec, my entire line of
Your inspection solicited.
!A. V. ANDREWS, I
A GREAT HYMN IN FIFTEEN MINUTES
As a companion to the story, "Twelve
minutes to writ a popular song,? one of
our readers sends us the. following state
ment from Fanny Crosby. . regarding the
writing of that world-wide hymn, "Safe
in the Arms of Jesus." We read:
One day Mr. W. H. Doane, who had
composed Deauurui music, came to me
hurriedly and exclaimed: "Fanny, I have
Just forty minutes to catch the train for
Cincinnati. 1 During that time you must
write me a hymn, and allow me a few
minutes to catch the train.". I happened
to be in a good mood for writing. He
hummed the melody to which he wanted
the words written, and in fifteen minutes
I gave them to him. Upon his arrival in
Cincinnati he published the hymn.
TAILOR and HABERDASHER
National Buscuit Company
Just arrived, a large aesortment of these splendid goods.
For dainty refreshments select from this list.
NABISCO WAFERS ' . FEST1NO VAN1LA WAFERS
BUTTER TAIN BUSCU1TS OAT MEAL CRCKERS
FIVE O'CLOCK TEA SOCIAL TA SARATOGA FLAKES
GRAHAM CRACKERS UNEEDA J1NOER WAYFER
THE CITY GROCERY AND BAKERY
V- E. POLLACK, Propr.
! IN BUSINESS AGAIN
i Business with me means THIS T1ME T0 STAY i
I LIVERY BUSINESS
of course. Twenty years
with horses has placed me
In that business , to stay
I have looked over the
entire east and found that
there is no place like home
When you want a first class turnout call or phone the
RED FRONT LIVERY STABLE
t JOE WOODS
PHONE RED 641
Under new management.
Board and Room $8 per week, cash.
Meals 25 cts. Special rates fin nishe
Monthly patrons. No. 1417 Adams Ave.
Phone No. 1161.
Mrs. W. E. Murchison. proprietress
All persons holding accounts against
me are requested to present the same to
me and receive payment, also all who
are indebted to me are requested to call
and settle, as I expect to leave about
March 15. Fred Bock
NOTICE OF GRADES
Notice is hereby given that at the next
regular meeting of the City council of La
Grande Oregon, to be held on the first
Wednesday in April, 1 906, an ordinance
will be presented establishing grades
from Fourth street to Alder, on Adams
Avenue and on P st 8th and Washington
and all of M st in said city. Profiles
of the grades can be examined at the of
fice of the City Engineer.
Dated at La Grande, Ore, March 8.
1906. I. R. Snook .
NOTICE STOCKHOLDERS MEETING
The annual meeting of the Stockhold
ers of the La Grande Irrigation Co.
will be held Monday .April 2d 1903 at
2 o'clock p. m. at the parlors of the
Commercial Club for " the purpose of
electing Directors and otber business that
may legally come before said meeting.
Wm Sargent, Sec't
- COAL HERE NOW
The Grande Ronde Coal Co. has just
received three cars of coal and all orders
booked will receive prompt attention. We
have made arrangements whereby we will
handle all coal and plenty of it the rest
of the season. G. R. C. C. Lewis Bros.
SALES GIRLS WANTED-A number
' of girls are wanted to assist at the fire
sale. Apply at Baker Bros., old gro
cery room Friday between the hours of
5 or 4 o'clock.
Hardware and crockery. I
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TO REGULAR SALOONS ' -
A petition is .being circulated to be
presented to the city council asking them
to raise saloon licenses from $400 per
annum to $1000 or $600 for six months.
Making a license bond responsible for all
money ium u any portion at gamoung in
any saloon in said city.
Making the - license bond responsible
for any damage in a suit brought by the
wife, family or relative of any person,
who shall become oris permitted intoxi
cated in said saloon, bar or tippling
Forfeiting to the city the amount of
any license bond of any saloon where the
license is forfieted for the sale of in
toxicants to any minor, ; '
The food and the cook are what make
or unmake a restaurant Both must be
good or else those who eat will move
from instead of towards the door, .
The Model restaurant has the cook
an artist in his line and the choicest food
of every description is procured daily.
This is prepared in a way that will tempt
the dullest appetite and the quality is high
enough to satisfy the sharpest one. .
The Model Restaurant
J. A, Atbucklc. Proprietor '
aXO SI mv
1 1 K4 .
The Good Old Standby.
Nothing like a nice cut of juicy corned
beef with cabbage or saeur-kraut once
in a while! We can offer most of the
time whole or half rounds, if you can
use so much, or whatever quantity you '
require, of well fed and carefully corn- . i
ed beef-tender, "tasty" and wholesome.
If you're in the notion today, 'phone us '
the order and we'll have the meat
around in no time. . .. I
Notice is hereby given that my wife,
Rosalia Johnson, having left my bed and
board without just provication, that that
I will not be responsible for any bills she
may contract from this date. '
Dated this eighth day of Feb, 1906, at
Perry, Union county Oregon.
J. L MARS,
Contractor and Builder
Draler in Building: Material
La Grande, Oregon
Drop a line naming work, and I will
name the right price.
We are now in a position
to fill all coal orders very
promptly. Order today
and get yaur coal today
THE BEST EVER
Steam rolled barley still
leads in the . horse feed
WOOD AND COAL
SPRING SUITS AND COATS
Phone Main 6
I GRANDE RONDE CASH CO. I
Lewis Bros. Prop.
HAVE ARRIVED BY EXPRESS AMD WE NOW HAVE - ON
DISPLAY THE FINEST LINE OF
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WOMEN'S SUITS AND COATS
Ever shown in La Grande
Handsomely Tailored and finished throughout, medium grays and fancy mixtures
in fine quality Homespune material, collarless. strap trimmed, fancy braid and
button trimmed, suits of attractive style. Prices range from. ?
; $12.50 to $35.00 r
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