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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (June 18, 1906)
The Golden Rule Company's
CLOSES SAT. JUNE 16
If you have not secured some of these
bargains, do so now
ALL WHITE GOODS AT REDUCED PRICES
WHITE HAND BAGS
. LACE CURTAINS
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District Attorney Lomax of Baker City
spent Sunday in the city.
Mr. and Mrs. Judd Deer of the Cove
are over today on business.
Grant Geddes of Baker City spent Sun
day in the city.
Mr. and Mrs.T. J. Shaw of North Powder
are in the city shopping.
M. L. Causey returned this momrg
from a business trip to Portland.
Presidins Elder J. D. Gillian left this
morning for the Burns section of his dis-
Attorney Dan Shehan of Wallowa
county returned home this morning, hav
ing been to Portland.
W. T. Wright of Union was a passenger
enroute home this morning returning
James Ireland is in the Cove on busi-
N.-w is the time to commence war on the flies. Com. and get some screen
doors and window screens.
My hammock, cannot be beat for price, quality, beauty. The time i. her.
for you to keep your lawn in order. I have rubber and cotton hos., lawn
mowers and lawn rakes, all prices and quality.
I have the bee hives and supplies that you waut. Call and get om. of
them. My shingles, doors and windows are first class try some of them
if you are building.
MRS- T-N. MURPHY j
Hardware and crockery. .
REMEMBER TOO, Our's is the only store that gives profit sharing bonds by which
you can furnish your home absolutely free.
THE GOLDEN RULE COMPANY
1308, 1310, 1312 ADAMS AVENUE
La Grande National Bank
' ESTABLISHED J 887
United States Depositary
Capital Stock, Surplus and undivided profits $160,000 00
OPPICEHS AND DIRECTOR
TEORGE PALMER, President. J. M. BERRY", Vice President.
F. L. MEYERS, Cashier.
GEORGE L. CLEAVER, Assistant. Cashier.
W. L. BRENHOLTS, Assistant Cashier.
BERRY, F. M. BYRKIT. A. B. CONLEY.
C. C. PEN1NGTON. F. J. HOLMES.
Miss Bertha Young will give lessons on
Teachers certificate from Whitman
College Conservatory of Music. Phone
Woman suffrage was defeated in
this state by 10,178. The counties in
which it carried were: Coos by 89: Jos
ephine by 208; Lane by 90; Lincoln 24;
Malhuer 53: Tillamook 96; Umatilla 65;
and Union 3.
General banking business,
parts of the world
Drafts drawn on all
: To advertise my high grade shoes
I GIVE AWAY
: every tvvelvth pair that goes out of :
: my store
I carry the WWW, WALKOVER and HARLOW. Call
for further particulars
A. V. ANDREWS,!
: TAILOR and HABERDASHER
YOU MUST f AT
Why not enjoy life by good living?
It costs no more than inferior qualities
purchased elsewhere. We pride ourselves
on our regular dinner at 25 cents
Choice of meats and vegtables with elegent
dessert and liquid refreshments to suit.
Investigate our claims to superiority by
deorating your interior withourdelicacies.
The Model Restaurant
J. A. Arbucklc, Pro ttor
ness connected with the Eastern Oregon
' Dr. R. L. Lincoln returned this morning
from attending a meeting of the state
board of dentists, in Portland.
Mrs. G. L. Biggers and little daughter
left last evening for Portland where they
will visit friends and relatives.
Cashier F. L. Meyers returned this
morning from Portland where he attend
ed the meeting cf the Stat. Bankers Association.
Miss Floy Massee will return this even
ing from Walla Walla where she has been
attending the commencement exercises of
Prof. J. M. Martin in a letter from
Marysville, Ohio, " states thae they ar
rived in the grand eld Buckeye state.
alive and well on the 12th of the month,
Ed Kiddle who attended the Grand
Chapter R. A. M. and was honored by
being elected one of the grand officers
returned this morning.
Mrs. Jennie. C. Curry returned last
evening from a three months' visit with
her sister Mrs. W.V. Rhinehart in Seatle,
returning via SpoKane where she remained
J. D. Heidenreich left yesterday on a
business trip to Goldendale Washington.
Mrs. Charles Whitmore, who underwent
an operation yesterday is reported today
as being over the crisis.
Mr. and Mrs E. L. Wiley of Lower Cove
section were La Grande visitors today.
They report the rains are causing all of
the farmers in their vicinity to commence
figuring as to where to store their grain
Present storerooms will not be adequate.
Mrs. W. H. Bohnenkamp returned this
morning from attending the Grand
Chapter Eastern Star which met in Port
land last week. Miss Bessie who ac
companied her also returned.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Stotts who have
been touring the coast for the past five
months returned Saturday evening.
They visited as far south as Mexico and
as far north as Victoria, B. C.
C. M. Blevens and little son were over
from Cove today. Our readers will re
member the little fellow as the boy who
lost an eye last Easter by being struct in
the eye with a piece of broken bottle. He
came over to be fitted wiih a glass eye,
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Simmons of the
Dalles were in the city yesterday as
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ireland. Mr.
Simmons is contemplating to move his
family into the Grande Ronde valley, as
he is much impressed with the opportuni
ties offered here.
GIVE US A SHOW
that's all we ask to prove to you
The C. B. Cigar
Is great value in every way. If w.
can't suit your taste as to mild
ness or strength you'd better see
a doctor. The C. B. is all right .all
tne way tnrougn oecause it buft
C. E. HACKMAN,
Cor. Adams Avenue and Greenwood 5
LA GRANDE 14 HUNTINGTON 5
An exhibition of hard hitting and many
errors was seen at the Ball Park yester
day when La Grande added another
scalp to her already long string.
After the first inning it was evident that
La Grande would be an easy winner and
especialy so when along in the early part
of the game the boys took a big bunch of
hits off the visiting pitcher. He struck
out 1 0 men to Gregory's 4. La Grande
showed a great sup riority in fielding, and
generally scooped up everything while the
visitors would rail all over themselves in
trying to get their paws on the sphere and
then juggled it a while. Meanwhile our
boys would be romping around the bases
and scoring when ever desirable. Hunt
ington's short stop surprised the grand
stand, and himself, when he awoke long
enough to nail a hot liner with one hand.
Collins, besides getting six hits, made a
spectacular play in right field when, after
attaining about the fastest speed he
has been known to exhibit, he pulled down
a beauty. Collins, Crawford and
Kooser were the heaviest hitters. Later
in the game La Grande caught the list
lessness and by bunching their hits Hunt
ington brought ir. four scores.
Score by inning;
La urande 0 3 1 3 1 0 4 2 x 14
Huitington 00010004 05
That's what we have to say
about loose honey. In fact all our
groceries ar. good. They are clean
fresh and pure. The kind that will
make your meals delicious, and
give the house-wife an easy task
in preparing it, because she k
that it will be good.
prompt delivery is our woppy f
We challenge the town offjR.si:
produce and strawberries. T' 'I
PHONE MAIN 46
NORTH FIR STREET
AND VI ( If
List of letters remaining encalled for the
week ending Jund 14 1906
Fuller Mrs. Harry Candee W. D.
Hough Miss Sarah Elark E. P.
Shockley Miss Hazzle DaronMr. Charles
Silk Mrs. K. Shear F. R.
Walder Mrs. Ella Shepard L. C. I
Woods Mrs. Kate Wilhelm J. H. !
These letters will be sent to the dead let
ter office June 28 13C6 if not delivered 1
before. In calling for the above please say
"Advertised ' giving date of list. I
G. M. Richey P. M I
MAIN 75 $
FOR fIRST CLASS GROCERIES
Fresh fruits and vegetables every day
Your orders promptly delivered as
fast as ordered
Standard brands always in stock.
THE CITY GROCERY AND BAKERY
E. P0UCK, Propr.
! WING AY FIRNiT(JRE
AT LAST THE OPPORTUNITY CAME. For many months I hae realized the necessity of securing larger quartersfor my in creasing bu I
$ large rooms on the corner nf Artnm Aipmip anri Mm ctrf tho Ancnn prH ,..,,,.. ..m. ... ... sness. I have now! secured1 thi tun
- vv, v iiiovii ui ivn, nuiiv, a nn uujs i win ue aoie to display one of the h r
t Carpets in Union countv. Will hp nimtpd in h.t nn rati mv nia f h..eincc ti,: .-c .. ct general lines of furniture nri
Carpets in Union county. Will be pleased to have you call at my new place of business. This is going to be a prosperous year for all and
ouiiijuiS me immiuit; wants or mis county
we have prepared to be a leader
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