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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (March 19, 1906)
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! PRUNING TOOLS
I THE GOLDEN RULE STORE
500 PIECES DRESS GOODS
white goods, percales, prints,
All the novelties and staples in suitings, wash goods,
trimmings, laces, embroideries,, etc.
200 MEN'S AND BOY'S SUITS '
The new and nobby things in spiing 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 CM IN AWARE
Don't forget we are among the largest handlers of DISHES in Eastern Oregon, both
foreign and domestic ware. Havilnnd and German China.
BEAR IN MIND TOO New spring goods is not the only insentive for you to visit bur
store. You will find, after inventory, bargains in every section. The painstaking
shopper can always find something useful on our bargain tables.
i THE GOLDEN RULE "COMPANY
.1308, 1310, 1312 Adamt Avenue.
TLnrorest StorP- ' Smallest Prices
Just Arrivec, my entire line of
Your inspection solicited.
I A. V. ANDREWS,!
TAILOR and HABERDASHER
National Buscuit Company
Jut arrived, a large assortment of these splendid goods.
For dainty refreshments select from this list.
NABISCO WAFERS FESTINO VAN1LA WAFERS
BUTTER TAIN BUSCU1TS OAT MEAL CRCKERS
FIVE O'CLOCK' TEA SOCIAL TEA SARATOGA FLAKES
GRAHAM CRACKERS UNEEDA JINGER WAYFER
THE CITY GROCERY AND BAKERY
E. POLLACK. Propr.
! IN BUSINESS AGAIN
X 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 east and found that
there ie no place like home
When you want a first class turnout call or phone the
RED FRONT LIVERY' STABLE
phone red 641
The pupils of Miss Harris's room held a
very animated debate after recess Friday
afternoon. The subject was, "Washington
and Lincoln, which was greater?" The
interest was excellent and the debaters
acquitted themselves nobly. Rev. Gibson
was present and made a few timely
remarks to the school at the close . of the
debate. Misses Clements and Howard
and Mr. Pickler, of the High School were
Tonight the new city council takes its
Jas. Dalton of North Powder is in the
' John Madden is an Ontario visitor in
the city today.
O. Howel of Elgin, was a business call
er in the city today.
Mrs. McCullan of Baker City trans
acted business here today.
Rev. Walker, pastor of the M. E. church
at Union, is in the city today.
Geo. H. Currey is in Elgin today trans
acting business for the Observer.
D. E. Cox went to Hct Lake this morn
ing in the interest of the Electric Light
' The many friends of Mrs. Thomas
Budge will be pained to know that she is
quite ill this week.
r Engineer John Allen, went to Los An-
f geles this morning, where he will look up
la suitable place to locate. '
jJ. U."" Christianson, marshal-elect of
f tri.:- ? r i . l
ciatu wam La urdnua bins mutning en
jyute to Walla Walla.
Co.X, O. N. G., will give a real old time
country dance at Armory Hall next Mon
day night All are invited. Admission
Mr. H. Hardin and family, of Clay
county, Arkansas, is in the city, and is
looking over the valley with a view of
purchasing a farm.
A. E. Ackerly, Superintendent of the
Waverly Beet Sugar company of Waverly,
Wash, was in the city today. He expects
to leave for California in a few days.
W, B. Sargent of the La Grande In
vestment company, is in Haines today
campaigning for the coming primaries.
Mr. Sargent is a candidate for county
judge on the Republican ticket.
Mrs. O. W. Blain, of Grand Rapids
Michigan is in the city the guest of her
cousin Mr. J. W. Dickey. In a few days
Mrs. Blain's husband will deliver a series
jof lectures in this city. ' .
Mr, CoiiLjT, '"editor . of the Wallowa
News, phoned the Observor office this
afternoon that the snow at Wallowa was
'Ut Vatf"" 'flfh'V dPf The coldest
night the mercury reached a point 16
degrees below zero.
Dr. H. Volp. formerly of Pendleton, has
located in this city and has opened offices
in the Corpe building. The doctor is'no
stranger in this state, as he has practised
in Oregon for the past seventeen years,
and has many friends throughout the
Ten more weeks of school includine
the Dresent week. Paranta in aslrad
urge children to more strenuous work in
acnooi, ana to insist on name stuay irom
all children above the primary grades.
The next countv teachers' maetino. will
be held in conjunction with Baker county,
ai norm rowaer. mr. Bragg is arranging
for DOod meetinir. Miaa Mckinlav will
lie among the speakers. A ladies' quar
tette or teacher will also go to assist in
Prerjarations for eommanramant tha
coming debate, and the play, "Merchant
of Venice, Up To Date." are order of the
day outside of the regular routine of work
in we man acnooi.
The commencement exercises will occur
within the week. May 21 to 28, school
closing on the 25th.
It is possible that our high school will
challenge Union for a track meet to be
held in La Grande.
An invitation has been received from
Whitman College to meet in Wajla Walla,
for a medley of contests. It is doubtful
if our high school will contest this year.
DKPAKTMKNT OK 1 II K IM'K.lllOlt
, U ill lad males Land offlce
la itranrle, Oimn, Marrh 17th. IWM
a pvinnvni rometi amiiavu bavin twvu
filed la Mils oBlca by Kariev Alherauii. .,.
laalant. etalmt llnaminitl rairv Na ItlwL
mail April 1Mb. IHJI, loi the SW'i tulk n
t Towmhlp 4 Rancv : K. w. M. br
Hcnjamla II. Kltch iirKt. lu wlik h II la
allrged thai eajamla H. Htch baa never re-
Idea llieieon aud only baa a mall cabin
Iberaoo about HI b II nl no othi-r I move,
eienla and Ima wbully abandoned aald ,rt
end thai aald aliened aha!!.- rrum aald land
wa not due In hl employment in the army,
navy or matin ewpeor iba United rltatea a.
a private eoldler, officer, aeamaa or aarlue
durlnc the war with Hpalu or durlna any
olbae war In whleh the rn'ted Utah a may be
ensured. Maid parttea ar hereby notlrted
lu appear, respond andotlVr evMene- iou a
h.f aald alteration at H) '. Im k a. m oa
April .th, lw-R. befor the Kecl.ter and
Reorivar at Ik lolled Hla tea Land urnr la
La irande, Oregon.
Th aald eanieint having, in a proper
affidavit, aied Mareh a b, IWK.arl forlb T faria
wbkb aliow laat altar du dillaenr erl
tervle of till tt"tle ran not I ma.le. it la
hereby otdered and directed th. tub noik-
blran by da and proper pahiicailoo.
K. W. DAVIS Kegwtar
A. A. aoUKKTH Kmivir
. . , . . . I for
rriiab mignfc nave oeen a serious ri
away, was happily averted this mornin
by the prompt action of Jim Berger. A
delivery team and wagon belonging to E.
Polack hitched just outside the owner's
store, had broken loose and started on a
wild sprint down the street. Mr. Berger
siw and acted. Awaiting his opportunity
he coolly climbed into the wagon and
brought the runaways under control.
5 Now is the time to prune your orchard If you need
J 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
Ghina in hand painted, decorated and plain, any kind J
; you "want Do not forget about my cut glass and I
2 silverware. -
IMRS. T.N. MURPHY j
: Hardware and crockery.
J. R. Stuber, who hat been attending
uia p.iaii.iuu wwui ' CoU:,
through the city today. He will spend
the summer vacation at hit home in Im-
1 D. SPRKKELS DYING
(Scrlppt Newt Ansoclatlon)
San Francisco, Cat., Mar. 19 John
D. Sprockelt it dying of chrosit of the
liver; Dr. W. S. Thome, who it in attend
ance, has informed the relatives that
there it absolutely no hope . ard
Mrs. Hamilton, a daughter, who lives in
Europe, has been summoned home. Dr.
Thorne states that the end will come in a
UNDfR HEW OWNERSHIP
A. C. MacLennan wishes to again
inform the citizens of La Grande and
vicinity that the well known Red Cross
drug store of this city it being conducted
under an entirely new system of busi
ness methods. The new proprietor of
fiis store hat had several years experi
ence at manager of the largest retail
prescription drugstore in the middle west
namely in Omaha, Nebraska and it mak
ing a specialty of accuracy and prompt
nest as it noticable in large city stores.
The stock of goods and pharmaceuti
cals have been thoroughly investigated
and a large and varied assortment of all
lines hat been purchased to at to accom
modate everyone at all timet.
Your patronage it appreciated, we want
to show you our system.
J. M. Hilts, Saturday filed his petition
the nomination of coroner on tha
rA. republican ticket Mr. Hiltt hat been a
" . resident of this county for many 'years
and would no doubt serve the people in a
business like manner.
. TABLE BOARDERS
Mrs. Grace Barrie 'would like six table
boarders at No. 1 808, 4th. St For par
ticulars call up red 881.
NOTRE TO STOCKMEN
All stockmen having U.k In 'Jr.'""
county are hereby notified to have their
brands and ear marks and dulapt record
ed with the county clerk or union, on or
before May 1. 1906. As upon that date
the Union county brand book will be pub
lished, and it necessary that all brands,
ear marks and dulaps are properly record
ed in order that they may be published in
C. A. Wills. Alicil.
LETTS In this city March 17. 1906 to
Nr. and Mrs. D. M. Letts a son.
A EAY0R1TE PLACE
with those who know what good living
THE MODEL RESTAURANT
There are all the little accessories that
help to make a meal enjoyablea well
set table, comfortable seats, plenty of
room, courteous waiters, and efficient
The chief attraction, however, it the
excellent food and fine cooking.
Prices are very satisfactory, too.
The Model Restaurant
J. A, Aibwklf. Propridor
OPKI DAT We Mil weekly 1 CA
SPRING SUITS AND COATS
HAVE ARRIVED BY EXPRESS AMD WE NOW HAVE ON
DISPLAY THE FINEST LINE OF
WOMEN'S SUITS AND COATS '
Ever shown in La Grande ;
Handsumtly Tailor d and finished throuthou', medium gray, and fancy mixtures in Tint
I ; quality riomesprne material.: collnrless, strapped trimmed, fancy braid and hut,
i suits of attractive style. Prices range from i
$12.50 to $35.00 I
SEE OUR WNDOW DISPLAY