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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (July 16, 1906)
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Each better than the other" 1$ the motto for this special feature of our
Immense business and all close buyers are particularly invited to call and
examine the huge stacks of bargains prepared for this occasion.
Imnts an?! Summer.'-'qsfi'
6Jt'c Lawn ,
uu voiumns, including all the standard novels and classics
J away the leisure hours of these hot summer days. '
J 20c cloth bound books ....... ..
55c , ..." -
Men's Summer Shirts
A large assortment, all colo's. sizes
Everything jn this line at
ODD LOTS: Dishes,
Refrigerators and Ice Cream
THE GOLDEN RULE COMPANY
ITflQ ItlA IIIO AIMUO iwranin
t ARStTY" SOFT COLLAR
trudt Hark Registered
! RK GUARANTEED .
essential in . your
Executed in workmanlike manner and approved
sanitary standards. Carrying a complete line of
Bath Tubs, Sinks, Toilets, Lavatory and a1 1
G. W O'NEIL
lis Washington Avenue
Children's Straw Hats
25c grul ; ig.
. 25c -
26c cloth bound books
60c " , ;
Enamelled ware. steel, tripple coated,
' acid proof;
60c tea pots
70c tea pots
85c basins . ... .
55c pudding pans.. . :
40c sauce pans
$1.00 dish pans
Glassware. Etc., at greatly
Come In , And See
TAlLOS and HABERDASHER
home as the doctor
TELEPHONE RED 161
Linen Wash Skirts
Fall wear ' - '
for Summer and
Just the thing to while
HARDWARE AND CROCKERY
. .. 76c
Mrs. M. C. Kirk entertained Saturday
afternoon at her home, Bonnie Brae, in
Old Town complimentary to Mrs.. Archie
Miller who has been her guest.
During me anernoon eicn gussi was
given a pencil and card and requested to
draw a picture of the hostess. Mrs. O. W
w imams ara wing me oesi was given a
pretty picture and Mrs. C. H. Finn a
picture far from resembling the hostess,
was given a photo of the hostess to study.
Frappe, ics cream and cake were served.
The following guests enjoyed the after
Mesdames Ramsey. Johnson, Geo. Car
py, Geo. Palmer. C. H. Finn. E. B. Hays.
A. Newlin. A. T. ' Hill. Joe Richardson
Stella Eng!e, A. Miller. R. Eakin. O. W
Williams, Oesterling and Reith, Misses
Reith, Curren and Kirk.
and the East
Fast trains daily, through to Chi
cago witli'itit change, (ruin points
in Oreg.in and Washington, vi;i the
Clu.'atpJ, Union 1'acilic and North
Western Line, the ro'itr of The
Overland Limited, ov ! tluMlurMe
track railway Jn'twei-n tlie Mi, mri
Kiver and Chicago, making direct
connection at Chicago with all lines
to the East.
THE BEST OF VERYTHINO.
For further tnfurmatim ui I j- to
W, A. Cox, OMirral AH. C. N.-W. tiy.
. ISJ Third StrMt, Portluml, Or.
; Mr. ajidMrs. Clark Adams of Hunting
ton are visiting relatives in this city.
J, H. Stevens proprietor of the La Grande
Bottling Works spen Sunday in Union.
Hon. N. C. McLeod, of Elgin, is regii
tered at the Foley House.
W. J. Snodgrast left last evening for
Portland, expecting to be back in a few
Mis Alice Hughes of Baker City, will
spend the week in this city as a guest of
Miss Ethel Gulling.
Robert Eakin went to Union this morn
ing in the interest of the Grande Ronde
Light Company. -.
Julius Fisher returned from Wallowa
Sunday after a brief business visit in that
county. " '-
Mrs. Al Hagans and children who have
been visiting Mrs. Hagans sister in Baker
City for the past two weeks', ' returned
Mr. and Mrs. Jay Van Buran left yes
terday for Denver where they will attend
the Elk's Convention which opens there
to night ...
The U. S. Land Office is certainly doing
"Land Office" business tpday. The
lobby has been crowded with patrons all
F. A. Ferguson was a visitor yesterday ;
irom L.& urande in baker City comng
over to look after business affairs.-Baker
Arthur Spencer attorney for the O. R.
& N. arrived this morning from Portland
and will be present during the trial which
'his clients are involved in.
Miss Gerthrude Ralston is the hostess
this- week of Miss Anna Richards of the
Cove. . Miss Richards is central girl for
the Vergere line at the Cove.
A special train of five cars went through
here yesterday ladened with Elks from
Portland, Spokane and Seattle who are
going to attend the Elks convention at
Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Sanders returned
to their home in Broken Arrow Oklohoma I
this morning after spending a week visit
ing their relatives at the H. C. Montgom
ery home. They had not seen each other
for over sixteen years."'
Mrs. Annie Williams, who has been
working in this state in the . interest of the
W. C. T. U.( leaves tonight - for Chicago
where she witl enter the Chicago Univers-
i, tr C V, I CL. I I - I
. iiwi ui viaiury. one nas Deen tr&
cated in La Urande for some timi;-?
Attorney J. W. Knowles will attend' to
ha business of district Attorney 'F. S.
Ivanhoe while the latter is absentat Den
ver already attending the Elk's Convention
Anyone wishing to transact" business
with the district attorney can do so by
calling at Mr. Knowle s cm.'
A special train this morning went to
Elgin and returned fdr the purpose of
bringing over witnesses for the lawsuit
between the O. R. & N. Company and the
Wallowa ( Valley . Railroad which
is on today. Among those who came
over were: N. C. McLeod, J. S'
Hulburt, Civil Enginee(,E.C, Pollard and
A. B- Sprague. 1
THAW yiKS WITH HIS M0THR
(Scrlpps News Association)
New York. July 16,-Mrs. William
Thaw.artived at the Tombs today dressed
in black to se her son. The pass the
mother carr'ud w ts approved and she
was permitted to ascend ui her son's cell.
Mrs. Harry Thaw preceded the elder a
When the mother was. ushered to the
tier where Thaw's cell is, an attendant
opened the, cell door and got a stool for
her to rest on; Harry took his wife in his
arms and rushed through the . open door
and embraced his mother affectionately
Both shed tears in which Evalyn joined.
Soon after Evelyn and Jousua Thaw re
tired leaving Harry and his mother alone,
bhe remained in the cell discussing the
trial until s'le was compelled by the rules
tolelve. ; ,
Clifford Partridge, the new attorney for
Thaw, also' spent several hours In the cell.
The cro ds on the outside were the hard
est to handle the police has., encountered
since the tragedy. ' -. ,
STOCKTON fLOODS SUBSIDING
(Scrlpps News Ashoclation)
Stockton July 16 The flohds are sub
siding and the flooded districts were asum
ing a hopeful aspect.
Talk to Wallace.
FOR SALE Five room house on Adams
Avenue. Inquire at this office.
CHERRY PICKERS WANTED Fifty
men, boys, women or girls to pick
cherries. Call at Tatman's or Rice's
in Fruitdale on Monday or Tuesday.
(cc!y Mountain Tea Nuggeu
A Bny HtdWft fcr Buy rsosle.
Qoluu Hi ilia SM Inml VlfOt.
. nwlfle forOn Miratlnn. InttlrartloB. t.N
vl Ki liw
Ki liwr Trmi Vo. PmtlM. Erarmit. Imnurt
ltKl. B.11I Hraaih. f-luriith Bowlk UaKdaolM
n-1 Koi-kx-lio. It's ttnokv Mixintaln Tm Ib tatv
t form, a rnt a bus. )ufne made hj
mUMTRi niwt Omprv, Mxllan. Wl.
flLOtM Mnert roil sallow ncnt
I have the mail box that is approved by the Post
Master General. I can put your Name and Number
on the box.. Come and get one.
You will need some
I have the right kind.
, . ' Hardware and crockery.
Catherine Creek is attracting many
anglers. Yesterday several parties from
this city went there and all came back
loaded with little beauties. Frank Bram
well and his little brother came back with
a nice string. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cot
der landed in the neighborhood of a hun
dred trout and white fish. ' Fred Sheets
was one of this party and did his share of
filling the basket. "
NORTH POWDER "PIO'NHR y,
Mrs. Caroline Thomlinson who moved
to North Powder in 1877 was buried on
last Friday at the age of -75. Mrs. .
Thomlmson was loved and respected by
all who knew' tier. ' "
tX. -' 'J .T V
: Bury akh a BKiuun
Rev. W. K. Gibson .received a telephone
call-late this afternoon" saying that his
son Maconpaged nine years, is suffering
with a broken' arm at Summerville. Rev,
Gibson was not informed as to how the
accident occurred, and with Dr. Biggers
left for the little fellow's bedside at three
thirty this afternoon.
' ' BORN
GLASS In this cjty July 1 4, 1 906, to
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Glass, a daughter.
TAYLOR In this city July 1 5, 1 906, to
M.r. and Mrs. Alfred G. Taylor, a
GIRL WANTED At once to do general
house work. Apply at Western Union
' Telegraph Office.
WE WANT MONEV
ana in oraer to get it we have
i . . .
. at a i educed price. I
We can do this and still make a good prorit because we I
have cut our expense account in the middle and we are I
willing to give the benefit to our customers. 2
Our line of groceries is complete and the quality is un-
excelled. Gall and allow us to quote you prices on
j SEATTLE GROCERY STORE I
Every thing you want for a quick cool dinner.
All sizes, Mason and Economy Jars. Phone your
order. Main 75.
THE CITY GROCERY JND BAKERY
E. P0LACK, Propr.
Call and see them
YOU WON'T HAVE TO ;
GO OUT IN THE YARD I
a La Flor De Hackman Cigar,
Your wife will like it's odor as Well
as you do. It's fragrant because
its made from specially chosen
tobacco, "ripe" enough to smoke
' freely and satisfyingly. Manufac
tured by -
C. E. HACKMAN,
Phone Red 1S81
Cor. Adams Avenue and Greenwood
to have your meals is our restaurant.
Everything is attractively arranged and
nothing is liking to make its appearance
neat Here the young ladles and gentle
men can eat to their heart's contents
without feeling abashed at their surround
people here Is the merits of our cookery
It is unsurpassed when it comes to excel
lence and all meals prove healthful, tasty
and enjoyable. Our prices are rigM too
and our waiters polite and attentive.
The Model Restaurant
J. A. ARBUCKLE. Prop.
We Hll WmIiI
Meal Tlcktls for
IMPROVED FARMS FOR SALE
Over 200 good farms for sale. See our
I st before you buy. A. A. Barry, the
Oregon and Washington Land Man, at .
Ronde Valley House.
decided to sell