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ALL THE LATEST NOVELTiES IN ORGANDIES, BATISTES,
- - , LAWNS, DIMITIES, V'
INDIA UN )NS, WHITE LINEN SUITINGS, INDIAN HEAD
Senator Walter Pierce epeaks tonight
at the Opara House.
. Count; Commisoiner J. M. Selders, is in
this city thi afternoon.
, Presiding Elder J. D. GJIIilan returned
last evening from Thunder Idaho. -
Rev. King delivers the Baccalaureate
Sermon to the Island City Graduating
Class Sunday. May 20. 1906.
Mrs. Charles Norris left this morning
for Kamela to visit her parents. Mr. and
Mrs. George Hansen. Sr. .
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Ellsworth and
family left this msrning for' a month's
visit with friends and relatives in' Neb.
Dr. Annie Williams: the W. C. T. U.
lecturer, went to Milton. Wash., today
where she will work in the interest of
the temperance work.
Mrs. E. Brazell left last evening for
Illinois in response to a telegram inform
ing Tier of the serious illness "of " her
CALL AND SEE THEM
THEY ARE BEAU I lbs
THE GOLDEN RULE COMPANY
. ., ;, ,,- 1308, 130,
L-arorest Store- V.f-'Mr.
1 312 Adams Avenue.
FOR FIRST CLASS -GROCERIES
;. Fresh fruits and vegetables every day .' "
Your orders promptly ., delivered ;as '-, '
' ; fast as ordered ': j ;:Y--i -. j
v. Standard brands always in stock.:, y ; 5
THE CITY GROCERYCAMD BAKERY i
E. P0LACK, Propr.
: To advertise my high grade shoes
: I will
every twelvth pair that goes out of
I carry the MA1MAIV, WALKOVER
for further particulars
and HARLOW. Call
I A. V. ANDREWS,!
TAILOR and HABERDASHER
. Mrs. N. Molitor entertained ..the (adies
of the Kaffea Klatch yesterday aftei noon
at her home. Dainty refreshments con
sisting of strawberries, watisco wafers
and chocolate were served. ""
Those present were: Mesdames A. L
Richardson, C. H. Crawford, .Jay Van
Buren, Watts, J. M. Berry, Geo. Palmer.
F. E. Moore. E. W. Bartlett, French. Al
Andrews, C. W. Moore, R. Newlin, E. E
Bragf. Misses Newlin, Kirk and Anson.
Mrs. Clara T. Lyle and Miss Lillian
McCall have arranged a delightful pro
gram for the open, session of the Lyle
Tuesday Musicale to be given in the Club
rooms Tuesday evening. May ' 22nd.
The public is invited to attend, admission
The ladies of the Aid Society of the
Presbyterian Church will have a . social
evening at the church Monday May 21st
to which the members, congregation and
friends are cordially invited. There will
be a program consisting of music by Mrs.
A. L. Richardson, Miss Jean McDonald,
Mrs. Clara T. Lyle and Mr. Tom Wlitiams
and a reading by Miss. Lillian McCall.
Mrs. W. L. Brenhrlts and those assisting
her consented to give the pantomine,
"An Old Sweetheart of Mine" by James
Whitcomb Riley, which was given at the
open session ' of the neighborhood Club
and was so thoroughly en.'oyeJ by.tho
present that m Any requested it to be re
peated at this time, '
The regular meeting of Rescue Hose
Company number 1 will be held tonight
All members should attend, - '
! KEEN KUTTER TOOLS f
I have just received a new slock of the
celebrated Keen Kutter carpenter' tools j
which are first class in every respect, also :
a new lot of Crescent wheels. Call and :
see them l
My stock of fishing tacklu cannot be beat.
everything you neea
POLE ... ...5c to $10.00 ;
REELS . 15c to $6.00
' " ' LINES ;.- 5c tc $2.50 .'
. Prices in proportion on everything else
Hardware and crockery,
The Commercial Club dance last night
was a decided success. The attendance
was satisfactory and all spent a most en
joyable evening. ,
: Rev. A. L. Wordsworth of. Pasidena
California will arrive tonight and occuy
tne Baptist church pulpit tomorrow
morning and evening.
Mrs. Geo. Grout left last night for
the Dallas where she will be joined by
Miss Maud Braze where they will pro
ceed as delegates to the grands lodge of
Rebecca's which meets lit Portland.
Councilman C W. Humphreys of the
Star Planning Mill Co., Elgin, drove
through Thursday to have some repairs
for his mill made at the Machine shop.
He returned yesterday morning. ' v
It is the intention of those who are
arranging for Memorial services in this
city to make it the largest ever held and
with that in view it is requested to have
every secret and fraternal order in the
city to take part in the parade. '
Senator Walter Pierce will address
the citizens of La Grande this evening on
the political issues of the day at the
Opera House. . Mr. Pierce . has certainly
been a good - friend to La Grande and
certainly should be greeted with a large
audience. He is a good speaker and all
may rest assured of being well entertain
, A. F. Lewis who has been, in Portland
returned to La Grande this morning and
after remaining a few days he will re
turn to Salem.
J ' ' MILLINERY OPEJIlNfi
Every day in the week at Mrs. J. R
Forrest's. Frtces lower than ever known
Trimmer from Gage's of Chicago. .
v, OUR COFFEE MAN ,
.: Members of the Blue Mountain Athletic
club are jubliant pver the success of their
social last evening. ' In spite of the cold
weather the church was full of little boys
and girls. Recitations by Rev. F. B.
Meredith and George Hansen, a dialogue
between Herman Clark and Earl Kilpat
rick furnished - the entertainment The
receipts will be expended for , athletic
Mrt Wm McKay, fomerty a
of this city) but now located near Lovely,
Wallowa county, was in La Grande yes-
cerday. Mr. McKay has taken up a home
stead and has what he considers ' one of
the best ranches in that vicinity.' His
many friends here are pleased to know
that he is doing well in his new ; home.
This morning a second Goliath arrived in
this city and attracted considerable atten
tion by the fact that a silk hat perched on a
head towering six feet five inches, com
bined to make him the largest man seen
in La Grande. When interviewed by an
Observer reporter he stated that he rep
resented a troup who will in the future give
an exact reproduction of the San Francisco
disaster. If the company Is as flood as
their manager is .large there will be no
limit to their ability.
Mr. A,' H. Averill or the A. H. ; Averhil
Machinery Co., of Portland, 'came up yes
terday to accompany the body to Port
land, of Mr. H. C. Linderman, who was
killed on the traction engine, of the Sum
merville Lumber Company Thursday
Mr. Linderman has been in the employ
ment of 'the company for the past ten
years and was held in high esteem by the
firm. He was to .have returned to
Portland the evening of the accident. .
Mr. G. C. Scheurer has purchased the
interest of J. P. Donnelly in the firm doing
business u.nder the name of Donnally &
Scheurer, and is now the sole owner and
proprietor of that fashionable confection
ary store. Mr. Scheurer assures the
former patrons -of the store the same
courteous treatment as of te past. Mr
Donnelly the retiring member of the firm
will remain in the city and will soon
- rgage in other business.
JUNIORS TAKE TO THE HILLS
The junior class of the high schoo' was
up with the birds this morning and about
the time the sun sent its first rays over
the hill tops, two carry-alls were seen
wending their way to the hills where the
resident j students spent the day fishing and in var
ious ways tried to forget their books.
Those who went were:
Misses Bonnie Forrest, Albeita Hopper
Hattie McMurry, Laura Holm, Be Green,
Jessie Green, May Noyes, Nell Morton,
Frances Massee. Messers Don Scott
Chase Bohnenkamp, Fred Young, Wm,
Neal, Clyde Day, Roy Stover, Ralph Han
sen and Elmer Stoddard. ,.
' " ADVERTISED LETTERS
Remaining uncalled for in this office
or the week ending May I?, 1906, '
Gill Mrs. C. A.
Osan Miss Ida
Soarne Miss Delia
Walker Mrs. Maud
Conley Mr. W.
Doyle Mr. Henry .
Neilson H. G.
Alexander Geo. A.
Asay Mr. Ernest
Basset H. L.
Biven' Mr. M.
F rooms Moscoe G.
Littlefield H. S.
Rogers F. A.
These letters will be sent to the dead
letter office May 31, 1906, if not deliver
ed before. In calling for the above, please
say "advertised," giving date of list.
G. M. Richey. P. M.
FOR SALE Single top buggy in good
repair.Will be sold cheap if sold at once.
Inquire of Mrs. Jacob Newman No 1808i
FOR RENT Local Salesmen to open
and operate branch store in this town.
We sell everything. Good rustler de
sired, with or without capital. Address
W. D. Garman Company, 5 1 7 Cham
ber of Commerce Building, Portland
Mr. John Chadwick of the Cove was in
the city today.
is an expert.- His coffee always has trial
delicious fragrance and rich flavor that
denote perfection. Taken in the morning
such coffee is a preparation for the day's
.' AT LUNCH
it is a tonic for mind and body. Taken at
night it is a fitting finish to a good din
ner. And coffee isn't the only good thing
we have. Our bill of fare will reveal,
many dishes equally as appetizing.
The Model Restaurant
J. A. Arbucklr, Proprietor
WcmM weekly t J (A
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BE IT RESOLVED: That the city
Recorder of the city of La Grande, be
and is hereby directed to give notice to
the abutting property owners on the east
side of 7th. street, between its Intersec
tions with M and P streets, for the con
struction of a side walk abutting the
premises, and a like notice to the abutting
property owners on both sides of Depot
street, from its intersection of Jefferson
avenue, to its Intersection of Fojgth
street and Adams avenue, rom44
intersection with Fourth Street, to
its intersection of First street: That
an ordinance for the improvement of said
street and avenue will be proposed at the
next regular meeting of this Council, for
the improvement of said street and ave
nue, by putting the same upon the estab
lished grade therefore, and paving the
same with crushed rock or gravel. -
Passed by the Council of the city of La
Grande, Oregon, May 1 6, 1 906.
Dated this 16th. day of May 1 906.
. I. R. Snook,
Recorder of the City of La Grand.
ATTENTION A. f. AND A. M.
All members of La Grande lodge,' &4
4 1, A. F. A. M. are hereby notified tUST
they are expected to attend the meeting
tonight. There will be work in the Fel
lowraft degres. Visiting brothers will
Frank Kilpatrick. W. M.
Senator Walter M. Pierce, Democratic
candidate for re-election for the office of
joint senator between Union, Umatilla
and Morrow counties, will address the
voters of this city to-night at Stewarrf'
Opera House. Vf
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ABSOLUTELY ALL HAVANA FILLED AND HAND MADE
Red Gross Drug Store
: A. C. MacLcnnan sole distributor, Union and Wallowa counties