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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (March 12, 1906)
! PRUNING TOOLS j
I 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 SUITS
The new and nobby things in spring wear. Prices $1.50 to $15.00 per Suit
COMPLETE STOCK OF MEN'S HATS
New shapes, new shades, natty ones as well as the staples. Make your selections
now while the assortment Is complete.
DISHES AND CHIN AWARE
X Don't forget we are among the largest handlers of DISHES in Eastern Oregon, both t
foreign and domestic ware. Havilnnd and German China. -
BEAR IN MIND TOO New spring goods is not the only insentive for you to visit our I
store. You will find, after inventory, bargains in every section. The painstaking X
shopper can always find something useful on our bargain tables.
THE GOLDEN RULE COMPANY ;!
. . . 1308, 1310, 1812 Adami Avenue. 1
I Largest Storf Smallest Prices
J Just Arrivec, my entire line of
Your inspection solicited.
!A. V. ANDREWS,
Instead of this blizzard -
Ob give me a llzzard . ..
To run down the back of my neck
For I don't know whether
This kind of weather
Won't make me a U-to-tal wreck.
TAILOR and HABERDASHER
National ' Buscuit Company
Just arrived, a large assortment of these splendid goods.
For dainty refreshments select from this list
NABISCO WAFERS FEST1NO VANILA WAFERS
BUTTER TAIN BUSCU1TS OAT MEAL CRCKERS
FIVE O'CLOCK TEA SOCIAL TEA SARATOGA FLAKES
QRAHAM CRACKERS UNEEDA J1NQER WAYFER
THE CITY GROCERY AND BAKERY
Et POLLACK, Propr.
IN BUSINESS AGAIN f
Business with me means this time to stay
of course. Twenty years
with horses has placed me
in that business to stay
1 have looked over the
entire eaat and found that
there is no place like home
When you want a first class turnout call or phone the
RED FRONT LIVERY STABLE
l IOE WOODS
PHONE RED . 641
I TUESDAY MUSIOAL
Piano and MtirigSn ..."
, .'. Mrs. Lyle and Currey
Song.......... Mrs. Qibel
Spring Song ..... Ladies Quartett
Instrumental Duet Misses Hunter
Song .. . Mrs. Claude Jones
The above is the program which will
be rendered tomorrow afternoon under
the direction of Miss Masol Williams.
GILHAM JOHNSON In Cove Sunday
March 11th.. 1906. AL. Gilliam and
Lena Johnson, the Rev. H Webb, Rector
of the Episcopal church officiating.
The ceremony took place in the church
at two thirty in the afternoon, only the
families and a few close friends being
Mr. Qilham is one of La Orande's most
promising young men. He has held a po
sition of trust and responsibility in the
post office ror the past five or six years.
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city for a numbsr of years and has a
large number of friends..
The city election is progressing along
quiet lines today.
The registration books close April 10th.
Bettor register now and be ready for the
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Allen of Union are
in the city the 'guests of Mr. Allen's
parents Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Allen.
Mrs. F. S. Ivanhoe returned Sunday
evening to Pendleton, after spending two
days in this city. --
Joe Sheets, of Union, was in the city
Sunday visiting his sister, Mrs. J. W.
Earls and family.
E. C. Reee one of Cove's very promi
nent citizens is in La Grande today on
-J.O.Sullivan, one of the prominent
lawyers of Wallowa, is a visitor in La
W. S. Sterling, traveling representative
of the firm of Chas Kolm & Co., of Port
land is in the city today and is registered
at the Foley.
Dan Sommer, the pioneer . merchan
of Elgin, who has. been in
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E. L. Tatom, of Pendleton, came over
on the belated last night and is in the city
today and is registered at the Hqtel Som
mer, . '
M. E. Hotchkiss informs us that during
the past eight months he has Shipped 79
car loads of . livestock from Wallowa
county, at a price averaging tlose to
$ 1 OPO per car. Lostine Democrat
C. A. Shaw, who represents the Great
Western lecture association, is in the city
to day to make dates and arrangements
for the prominent statesmen of our
country to deliver a series of lectures in
Many are of the opinion that last night
was the coldest of the winter. That is a
m'stake. Last night it was 12 above
zero. The coldest night was January I,
when the official barometer registered 6
above zero.. .This is a regular summer
resort compared to the East
Hon. Judd Geer, of Cove, who repre
sents the fifth horticultural district of
Oregon, was in the city Saturday. Mr.
Geer is acknowledged to be one of the
best "bug hunters" in Eastern Oregon,
and has done much towards giving this
community fruij; clear of all insect pests.
Hon. J. D. Casey and wife are visitors
in La Graude today. Mr. Casey who is
proprietor as well as Mayor of Hilgard,
has been a resident of that properous
bailiwick for many years and is also an
extensive owner of timber lands in this
, WOODMEN ATTENTIOT f
La Grande Camp No. 7703 will be
visited tonight by State Lecturer Neigh
bor Whalen and you are cordially invited
to meet with us at the I. O. O. F. haft.
Neighbor Whalen is a good talker
the time will be well spent in listening
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 Also see my assortment of fine
China In hand painted, decorated and plain, any kind
you want Do nol forget about my cut glass and
MRS. T-N. MURPHY
Hardware and crockery.
In ye older time the way the city ele
tion went in La Grande, larg ely depend
ed the way the county would go in June.
The new primary law has changed this
and the city election now has no bearing
whatever on tmtmty nr atf vlitw-
This is the Way It should be. .
The number of women voting today
upon the bonding question, would almost
lead a tenderfoot to believe that the Wo
man Suffrage Amendment had carried.
The wires have been so tangled up 'this
afternoon that it was with great difficulty
that we could get anything through, to
gether with the train service being prac
tically annulled,, and with the election we
are fortunate in pressing as much news
as we have in this issue.
Word was received here yesterday that
Mrs. Dunn, the mother of Messrs. Luther
and Charles Dunn, of this city died at
Portland, and the remains would pass
through this city this evening on the de
layed No 6, enroute to - Laremine Wy
oming, where the interment will , take
place. ' '
- That handsome hew delivery wagon
recently put on the etreet bv the Citv
Grocery store, looks today as if it had
seen better days. The horses which con
trols the motive power for the rapid tran
sit of groceries, became frightened this
morning and ran away. Without the
guiding hand of the driver they were un
able to miss all the cross walks and tele
phone poles and with each succeeding
meeting between wagon and land mark, a
part or the wagon was left behind. The
horses were uninjured, but the wagon I
a total wreck.
Judge W. R. Ellis, of Pendleton, Re
publican candidate for Congress, was in
North Powder Tuesday. Judge Ellis is
circuit Judge for the sixth judicial district
having held that position for the past six
years, and from 1893 to '99 was a mem
ber of Congress. He is well known all
over the, state as an honest upright man
voters of this state can find no
man for Congressman than Judge
lis. North Powder News.
r.nnn iDMK riff AD
We have a limited quantity of good
apples. W want to close them out in
the next few days, and are offering them
for sal at 75 per box. while they last.
Orboon Produce Co,
State Deputy I. W. Simmon and Na
tional Lecturer Whelan are in the city to
day, and Neighbor Whelan will deliver a
lecture in which he will treat upon the
merits of the insurance furnished by the
Modern Woodmen of America. All art-
invited lo attend. ' t
APPRENTICES WANTED Inquir of
Mrs. J. R. Forrest the milliner, at one.
FOR RENT Five room house, good lo
cality. $10 per month. Inquire of J.
L. Cavaha, R. F. D. No. 1.
The food and the cook are what fnake
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. Aibocklc Proprietor 7
We Mil weekly ti in
As yet no demoorat ha offered himself
as a candidate for joint Representative.
W. W. Wade, one of the prominent farm
ers of this community, is quit favorably
mentioned in this connection. Lostine
(First publication March 12th,'l 906.1
In the circuit court of the state of Ore
gon for Union County.
C. A. Staple Defendant
To C A. Staples, the said defendant:
In the name of the state of Oregon, you
are required to appear and answer the
compleint in the above entitled cause and
court on or before April 25th. 1906. or in
default thereof, the plaintiff will take
judgement against you for the um of
$87.78, with intertst thereon at the rate
of six per cent per annum after October
2d, 1904, together with his costs and
disbursements and order for sal of at
tached property. Thh summons is serv
ed upon you by publication in the La
Grand Evening Obsirver, published at
La Grand. Oregon, for six consecutive
weeks, by order of Hon. Robert Eakin,
Judge of the above' entitled court dated
March 1 0th, 1906.
"'" C. H.Finn. "
Attorney for Plaintiff.
' Agents for
Agents for 1 :
the Ladies': :
SPRING SUITS AND COATS
HAVE ARRl WE NOW HAVE ON 1
DISPLAY THE FINEST LINE OF
WOMEN'S SUITS AMD 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
SEE, OUR WNDOw DISPLAY