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I JUST ARRIVED
I GRAND PRE-EASTER SALE II
THE GOLDEN RULE STORE
SPECIAL BARGAINS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT
This store dons its best dress (hat the people of La Grande and Grande
Ronde valley may have an opportunity to Inipect under the most favorable'
conditions our immense stock of general merchandise, the greatest ever
shown in Eastern Oregon. No expense has been spared to maKe the event
one long to be remembered, and . which will go down in store history as the
most successful exhibition of its kind ever attempted in La Grande
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GET INTO STYLE.
STEP WITH EASTER'S GRAND MARCH
! Friday and Saturdav Specials 1
Ladies' Tailored Skirts and Jackets.
Men's Clothing and Fancy Neckwear. -
infants and Children's Shoes.
All Crockery and Glassware.
II THE GOLDEN RULE COMPANY
x Lamest Stor-
1308, 1310, 1312 Adame Avenue.
The New Spring Styles now in
Come and Examine
!A. V. ANDREWS,!
Mrs. E. E. Bragg will entertain the
ladies of the Kaffee K latch Friday afternoon.
TAILOR and HABERDASHER
BUY A LOT IN
i HOME INVESTMENT ADDITION
Each lot nearly an acre with water right We
sell these tracts on installments
$25.00 CASH, AND $5.00 PER MONT.i
These tracts are the best bargains to be ob
tained in La Grande.
jCa S ran do Snvostmont Co,
We write insurance, make abstracts, and want your loans.
There's nothing better
Swift's Premium Hams
stands for all
that is best
Mrs. A. M. Paul left last night for a
week's stay in Portland. .
Mrs. M. C. Kirk is expected home this
evening after a month's stay in Joseph.
The Lyle Tuesday Musical extends the
following invitation to the music-loving
Ye dames of ye old Colonial days will
receive their friends in their parlors at ye
Commercial Club in ye evening of Tues
day next, ye tenth of April in ye year
nineteen hundred six. All musical folk
will be expected to be in their places at
eight of ye clock. -
Ye gentlemen as well as ye ladies are
expected to be present.
District Atty. Crawford has returned
home after several' days spent in Union
Mrs. Nephi Schofield and the Mi
Mabel and Mattie left yesterday morning
for Salt Lake, to attend conference.
Miss Alma Johnson and Mr. Fred Hall
left yesterday morning for Salt Lake
where they will be married next Wed
nesday in the Temple.
Dan Carbine left. Wednesday for Salt
Lake where he will be married to Miss
Mr. and Mrs. Turner Oliver are having
their home remodeled.
A full line always on hand.
THE CITY GROCERY AND BAKERY
E. POLACK. Propr.
MANY ARE FINDING HOMES
The introductory sale of Eilers Piano
House is thoroughly appreciated by the
people or La urande and vicinity.
A lady in our store looking over pianos
yesterday, was heard to make the re
mark. "Why you haven't one half the
pianos that you had in your salesroom the
opening day of the sale." The lady was
right; many shrewd buyers, not only in
La Grande, but in the smaller towns of
the county have availed themselves of
t lis splendid opportunity of securing real
ly good pianos at prices lower than the
same grade of goods have ever been sold
h re before.
Every piano in our line is sold at the
regular Special Sale price, including such
well known makes as the Weber, Sleek.
Chickering. Schamann, ' HaddorfT, and
thirty other well known makes.
You are cordially invited to sail at our
store and verify the statement that we
make in our advertisement regarding the
greatast piano values ever offered in La
Grande for the money.
Store open evenings.
. Eilkrs Piano House.
W. K. Davie. Manager.
IS 16 Adams Avenue.
District Attorney Lomax of Baker City
is here today.
A brother of Sam Evans arrived last
night from McPherson Nebraska. '
Crow, manager of the Farmers
Telephone, transacted business In Elgin
J. H. . Wills has purchased the A. M.
Mayville cigar.factorv on Washington st
now sole propritor,
Eastern Oregon Commandry No. 6. will
hold a special meeting Friday evening
for the purpose of conferring the Black
Mrs. J. D. Slater is expected to ar
rive home Sunday, from Portland where
she has been for the past five weeks in
the Good Samaritan hospital.
The La Grande Iron Works is making
a wood lath and band saw for Lewis &
Hanny, of Enterprise, Wallowa county.
The La Grande Iron Works by the ex
cellence of its works covers a large territory.
Hugh Hough and John E. Hough of La
Grande, who were in the city yesterday
attending to some legal business, return-
Since March 6. Sheriff T. B. Johnson
has turned r.ver $104,298.72 to Treas
urer John Frawley, the same being the
amount received from taxesj This Is the
lade i in the same
Under tSe primary law, precinct com
mitteemen are elected by the voters cf
the two dominent parties.
Up to last night the following had filed
LaGrande No.. 1 Harvey Atkinson.
LaGrande No.. 2S. A. Gardinier.
LaGrande No.', 5 Dr. C. T. Bacon.
LaGrande No.. 4 C. S. Williams.
LaGrande No., 5 L. J. Ferguson.
Island City U. G. Couch.
Union No., 1 L. A. Wright
Union No., 2 F. A. Bidwell.
Cove Judd Geer.
Summerville E. J. Conrad.
Elgin S., G. F. Smith.
Elgin Nt.-W. C. Riter.
Starkey W. S. McMillan.
North Powder J. M. Gilkinson.
Medical Springs H. C. Cook.
Alicel-E. A. Wills.
SUICIDE IN CHICAGO HOTEL
(Scrlpps Newe Association)
Chicago, III.. April 6 A handsomsand
apparently a cultured woman, about
thirty-five years of age and registered as
Mrs. Emma Bardeleben was found dead
in her room at the Palmer housethis morn
ing. The dead body had a bullet hole in
the head and a pistol by iti side. The
report of the shot attracted the bell bov
ine woman had a man companion in the
city and . he tells the police that the
woman s name is Edith Cooper of Phil
A carload of doors and windows all sizes and kinds
guaranteed first class. If you are going to build
let us figure with you for anything in bmlding ma
terial. Also a complete stock of poultry netting.
Good fence and wire gates. Do not forget about
our fishing tackle, you will need some soon
j 22 Calibre Rifles
I have all kinds, and prices, in proportion; the kinds
J ' that kill.
Hardware and crockery.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Real estate transfers made at the office
of Recorder Proctor the past week are:
J. W. Simms to Emma Rankin. $650
H. C. Richardson to C. C Welsh, S
NE Sec. Si T 1 SR 39 $4,400.
Arim PxUwm tn .1 F FU N V
SW16T2 SR 59 NE 16 S2 SW i6
NW 15 $17,000.
E. E. Latham to F. J. Ryan, part SW
Sec. 15 T 3 SR 40. $750.
L. Garrick to Ellen C. Garrick, lots 2 7
BIk. 3 Pleasapt addition La Grande $1.
John Rynearson to M. Snider, lots 1 2
3 4, Blk. 2, Sunnyside addition to La
La Grande lodge of I. O. O. F. to Chris.
Wright, lots 1 blk. 74, I. O. O. F.
F. Leak to D. C. Chambers, S, NE
Mike Royes to G. P. Lowell, lot 1 blk.
2, Summerville $5C0.
Frank McDaniels to F. S. Bramwell,
'ot 1 Summerville $300.
State of Oregon to M. R. Stephenson.
N NW Sec. 19 T 3 SR 38. Part of
SE 14T3SR37 $97.04.
M. J. Brooks to S.'L. Brooks. SW Sec.
8 T 1 SR 39 $1
Ed. Lewis to Geo. Aughey. W 21 E'
NE 29 S. SW Wtf SE SE SW SW NE
W. A. Spalding to J. J. Beldin, lot 2
Div. B New Haven' addition to La
La Grande Investment Company to
Martha Smith, lot 7 7 blk. 6 Pleasant
addition to La Grande $1,400.
FORTUNE TELLERS ARRESTED
Three gypsy women strolled into town
today and began canvassing pedestrians
for the privilege of "Telling fortunes."
As this is a licensed trade, the gypsies
were quickly taken into custody by the
police and arraigned in the police court,
where they were fined one hundred
dollars apieco. In default of the fine
they were lodged in jail this afternoon.
The authorities think, however, that the
rest of the gypsy crowd will come to their
rescue and pay the fines. The dusky
damsels have their camp at Oro Dell.
Remember that Saturday, April the 7th
will be the last day that the people of
Union county will get a chance to buy
furniture and ranges below cost.
I have had a large business since I
started this sale and any one who has
not taken advantage of these prices will
be more than repaid if they will call and
look over my stock and prices. I need
money and must have it. I have the
the goods and have a right to sell them
at any price I wish. This week from 25
to 40 per cent saved. Yours truly,
HIGH LIVINIQ .
is possible at low cost. Our patrons are
particularly well fed, yet none could be
accused of spending too much money on
the "inner man." At
THE MODEL RESTAURANT
excellent meals are served at a very
The food is of the finest quality; well
cooked and well served. Dining room is
well appointed and comfortable.
The Model Restaurant
J A. Aibucklr, Proprietor
ND Ml Mr
mititiotc m i a
STEIN BLOCK AND ADLER'S
Means a great saving to the man who would dress well. We intend to discontinue
our men's and Boys' department, therefore our money saving opportunities on al
lines, including new spring and summer appaiel, should interest every man and boy1
$7 R1 Will dress, you with a new spring style sack, they are well worth to the
I (J wearer $12.00
9 7 C For all wool, single square cut sack, very best of serge lining and hair cloth
I J ,ront- A new spring suit that any man would pay $ 1 2.50 to $ 1 5.00
1A T "" ' Thl lin of.uit contain a variety of upwards of six stvles ' in hlark ,j
0.75 raotrinsir8dwcrsted4- --t.Vo,no.
1 U U f ' 'T W 10 $ f0r Th6 St9in Block and Adler' will be found
TO 1 O A A t$Zn?Mu-
1 O . U U We invite you to investigate for yourself