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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (July 21, 1906)
THc GOLDEN RULE COMPANY'S
Interest In these Special Sales continues to increase and that
there may be no laini we are, as stated before, putting forth our bsst
efforts, to make "each belter than the other."
. Ladies' Wrappers
One lot of six dozen, summer
weight, just received
r 1.60 values "'
Some more 'of those good bargains
your neighbor have been telling you
RIBBON. LACES. RMRPIDPpipc
WASH GOODS Pint Miicr imc'
Broken lots of Men's Underwear
: per suit
60c garments for
perdoz , $1.23
1 0c socks in black, tan and fancy
' per doz . 9?c
THE GOLDEN RULE
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iS PE OI
5 : Niwliaihe' time to give me your order for
5X . Fall pr .Wini'(5r suit Until
V;:VhI wiUvVa, .special discount on all suitings
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A L. ANDREWS!
TAIlOU and HABERDASHER
Is as essential in your heme as the doctor
Executed in workmanlike mtnnrr and approved
sanitary standards. Carrying a complete line of
Bath Tub?, Sinks, Toilets, Lavatory and a'l
. plumbing fixtures.
G. W. O'NEIL
.4013 Washington Avenue
HELP WANTED -Girl to general house
work. Inquire at this office.
Any Make of
Agent for Cleveland Bicycles
Tailored Skirts Muslin Undenar I
Mohair, Lustre. Panama and Summer ! . . t
ouitings , A fee assortment arprices less than
I than unit r.miM miB. u i. X
$ .99 SI. 55 skirts $.09 make - X
... I 23 1.65 " , S -
' ,, 2.f0 $ -25 Cojt covers S . X
3.60 " 2 38 -35 ' .25
4.25 39 " .39
5.00 " j 93 -60 Gowns 43 X
: -?6 " 63
Ladies' Knit Vests eo sks H I
M 0e Grade
200 men's fine dress shirts, half price
Fine line men's ties. 35c to 60c '
, Large line men's pants at sale dhcbs
. Q,,H nH in man's nit CQ
$10 values, per suit $5.00
Two. puttrn iii CiamlvwAitt,
closing out below cost
One decorated pattern ir. dishes at
the price of white wars, only a few
1308, 1310, 1312 ADAMS AVENUE
TELEPHONE RED 1G
.r TftADC MARK
Aaron Miidlng m nkptrh nml ifacrtptlon mat
intcklT awcmi our mmiihu riee whether an
,nrntloo la protmblT iHMitM. (mmunlr
knuaftriotlrcMmmtuttitl. HANDBOOK on I '!!&
tit frteex Olilit ewoiit'y for KHfuring patent.
I'jitnis taken tFtmuah Muim ft Cu rvoetrt
wrwj ftortc. without uhnriMt, tu tba
Scientific Jtai lean.
I tmndanmalr liliwtTMed wfmr. l arvwat etr
ntiatiuii of any tvHiiititli' turital. Tnrnia, i
Mir ; four montUa, ft. tfolULiyail nvwatlwalani
VJUNN & Co.S6,B"'1-'- New Yorjf
Urlta omoo. 106 y 8t Wilmil-n, Ol C
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I : asc Other Grades same proportion
2 for 15c ,S .. 63
3' 125 I.:..:::::::::;: ,:0 i
I Glassware II
Berry sets 90c values 63c
Salad bowls 50c " 35c
Water bottles 75c ' 43c
Water pitchers ...85c " 60c
labia macs, per set 58c
Tanglefoot Flypaper, per box 36c
Toilet Soaps, the best, per box 45c
Diamond C, laundry soap, 7 bars .. 25c
Talk to Wallace.
SHIRT WAlSr PARTY A SUCCESS.
A jolly crowd gathered at the commer
cial cluo last evening and to the sweet
strains of' the orchestra, danced to their
hearts content. Every gentleman present
took advantage of the permission to wear
shirt wais's. and the usuil ' persperation"
was noticeable for its absence. Several
attended from out of town aid had many
good things to say about the music.
JUNIORS FINE ENTERTAINERS
The Juniors of the M. E. Church last
evening exclled themselves and enter
tained With what was really a splendid
entertainment. The little folks, under the
supervision of Mrs. Reeves 'and Rev. B
F. Meredith, delivered recitations and
sang songs in a way that surprised their
hearers. After the program, ice cream
and cake was served to those present.
The following program was rendered:
Prayer Rev. Meredith
Recitation Vera Leffel
"Song to her dolly." Helen Bartlett
Recitation .. Christine Wheatley
Little Japanese Girls
Recitation Mane Bolton
Exercise by six girls
"It never pays to be bad."
Solo Thelma Leffel
iRock of Ajes." Frances Breakenridge
Talk by the pastor
Organist ..Marie Bolton
A PECULIAR WEAPON
The police are in possession of the pis
tol or revolver, whichever it may be call
ed, which was used by Gonta the Jap
last night during the shooting mixup. It
is the most peculiar firearm seen by them,
and is practically indescribable. It is
some Urger than a colt revolver and uses
I a 8'iort but thick bullet. Each carcridge
j has a little brass pin which is locked in
j place when inserted in the chamber It
j carries six shells. It is plainly of foreign
male. but judg;ng from the holes it made
I in Chas. Mizoguski's house, it is very
J effectual. A connoisseur of firearms
I would be repaid by an examinat on of it.
In this city. Wednesday evening. July
I 18. Miss Tiliie Albertus and Mr. J. W.
j B-ckford. Rev. Templeton. officiating,
j Wallowa Cheiftaln.
NOTICE TO GRANGERS
The next regular meeting of Blue
Mountain Grange will be Saturday. July
21st at 8 p. m.
Young folks will have complete charge
ofrreeti-g. C. D. Huffman, W. M.
J. J. McAllister is in the city from Mil
Lewis Thompson of Baker City is a La
Grande visitor today.
Al Heisner returned last evening from
a week's outing on '"ive Points Creek.
Dick Mclntyre of Elgin is in La Grande
on a business mission today.
George E. Mapes. the leading merjhant
atE'ein. is visiting friends hers tnHav
Dr. D.W. McMillan, the Union physician.
is in La Grande on a professional visit.
iss Jea l Maris retu. nsd to her home
n Union this morning after a visit at the
A. T. Hill residence.
Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Charlton and son
Clyde -f Hilgard are in ths city doing
E. E. Holmes, a Wallowa business rran
sin the city visiting friends and trans
Baker City people, who are in the city
today are: Lewis Thompson, Issac and
Joe Hegstead and H. A. Keatchum.
Miss Dixie Todd of Pendleton and Ellen
Stafford of Union are visiting at the J. R.
Misses Nora Fritts and Creta Breckin
ridge left this morning for a short visit at
Attorneys R. H. Llovd and N. C. Mc.
Leod have been transacting legal business
in the city. They returned home this
Rev. E. B. Hays, pastor of the Presbv-
terian church, and family went to Baker
City this morning where they will spend a
We Gillilan has secured a Dosition
position with the O. R. 4 N. as a freieht
brakeman He started on his first run
Mrs. Clara Ribbs and her daughters
Bessie and Cecil, left this morning for
their home in Nebraska. Thev have
spent the past year in La Grarde.
Mrs. J. P. Hannon and little son came
down from Huntington yesterday to
spend a week or ten days visiting Mrs.
Han,.on's sister Mrs. Frank Pike.
Editor Fred Cur rev and his dauohtcr
Carol!, left last evening for Catherine
crjek where they will join George Currey
hia family in a.twodays fishing expidition.
J. Murphey and Ed. MurDhev. with
their families left this morning with a biff
load of camping paraphernalia and will
spend a couple weeks fishing and . other
wise recuperating near Catherine creek
Attoinev and Mrs. C. H. Crawford and
Attorneys"fom Crawford have a camo
near Cove where they are enjoying the
oreezes during the ho! weather. The
party came Into tawri to-day in their
U. G. Couch of' Island City made the
Obsecvr office a friendly call this after
n on and treated the force to a supply of
great big juicy, Royal Anns. He picked
sixty gallons of cherries from one tree,
ard they were all dandies.
Mr, and Mrs: Oavid Nelson who were
married at Salt Lake last Wednesday and
are now taking their wedding tour, arrived
4ast evening and will spend a week in La
Grande as the gudsts of Mr. and Mrs. M.
L. Causey. Mr. Ne'son is-a brother of
HE 00T II IN Ttl JAII
The Japanese who was arrested early
this morning and placed in the city jail
for a matter of a few hours this morning
astonished Constable McLachlen this
afternoon when he went to the jail to
bring him down town. The man was
covered with red spots, not a few but
many, actually covered. McLachlen kept
his side of the sidewalk. Upon arrival at
tie justice of peace office, an exanimation
for smallpox was made, but it was
wounds r. su.ting from bites of bed bugs
contr. ct jd during his brief stay in the
J AKE GULLING STRICKEN
This morning just prior to going to his
breakfast. Conductor Jake Gulling was
stricken with a slight stroke of paralysis.
Medical aid was promp'iy called and
while this particular stroke is not as bad
as first reported, still he is in a critical
condition. He is not speechless nor is he
disabled completely. Hs has slight c:n
trol of his muscles.
This afternoon a party consisting of
one family but four generations came into
the Taylor studio and posed for a picture
The oldest was Grandma S. Eaton aged
seventy-three, the second generation was
Mrs. Dexter Eaton, the third Mrs. Jo.in
Ladd. and the fourth a, bright little girl,
the daughter of Mrs John Ladd. aged
three years. All were happy and well
from Grandma down.
A marriage license was granted this
morning to D. E. Slack and Miss ErTie
Hopson both of Summerville.
I have the mail box that
; Master General. I can put
S on the box. Come and get
S You will need some 54
j. HOUSE NUMBERS f
t I have the right kind. Call and see them
; Hardware and
WORK FOR NAVY YARD
(Scrlpps News Association)
Brooklyn, N. Y.. July 21 Instructions
have been sent to Naval Constructor W.
J. Baxter, head of the department of con
struction and repair at the Brooklyn navy
yard, to proceed without further delay
with the work on the battleship-Connecticut
and the collier Vestal. It is expected
that the Connecticut will be realy for
service within three montns. after the
dalay of about that time in tho complet
ion of the ship owing to the exhaustion of
the funds for the work as originally alloted
to Congress. The collier will be built bv
yard labor, in the steel material to be
purchased under contract. Bids for it wil.
be invite: before the end of the we k bv
the Bureau of supplies and accounts. At
the same time a contract will be awarded
for the sister collier, 'he Prometheus, to
be built at the Mare Island navy yard,
where there has been installed a travel
ing crane and other appliances for ship
EOT BREAKS ARM
Theodo e Heidenrich, the little four
year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. David Heid
enrich sustained a painful break of his
arm yesterday. Tfe little fellow was
climbing a tree when either from dizzi
nass or a misstep, he fell to the ground
landing ob 'a box. 'The results were that
hs arm was broken just above the elbow.
We sell, you buy. both happy. 20 per
cent off on combs and brushes this week
Come in. and look or stop at the window.
Newlih Drug Co.
WE WANTMQNEV :
and in order to get it we have decided to sal! groceries !
. at a reduced price.
We can do this and still make a good proit because we
have cut our expense account in the middle and we are
willing to give the benefit to our customers.
Our line of groceries .is complete and the quality is un
excelled. Gall and allow us to quote you pries on
SEATTLE GROCERY STORE
LAWSON BROS. Prop.
Every thing you want for a quick cool dinner.
All sizes. Mason and Economy Jars. Pho-e your
order. Main ?5.
THE CITY GROCERY A.D BAKERY
E. POLACK, Propr.
is approved by the Post
your Name and Number
Y0L WON'T HAVE TO
GO OUT IN THE YARD
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 cnosen
tobacco, "ripe" enough to smoke
freely and satisfying ly. Manufac
C. E. HACKMAN.
Phone Red 1331
Cor. Adams Avenue and Greenwood
IMPROVED FARMS FOR SALE
Over 200 good farms for sale. See our
list before you buy. A. A. Barry, the
Oregon and Washington Land Man, at
Ronde Valley Housa.
to have your meals is our restaurant.
Everything is attractively arranged and
nothing is liking to males its aopaarince
neat. Here the young ladies and gentle-.,
men can eat to their heart's conterV
without feeding abajned at cnair surrou.ft
people hers is the martts of our cookery
It is unsurpassed when it comes to excel
lence and all meals prove hea'th'ful, tasty
and enjoyable. Our prices are. rig'-t too
and our waiters polite arid attentive.
The Model staurant
J. A. ARBIXKLE. 'rop.
MslTI lil fur