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8 Bargain Friday
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Tile GOLDEN RULE STORE
SPECIAL OFFERINGS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS FOR
inib uAi ur DAYS.
Ladies' Misses' and G ildren's Oxfords in Black and Tans at BARGAIN PRICES
$1.25 ladies' Oxfords $.98. $1.75 ladies' Oxfords $1.39, $2.75 ladies' Oxfords $2.19
Some of those you have always wanted to read but never have, why not do so now
while they are so cheap, and the weather so hot you can do nothing else
20c Books I2;c. 25c Books 19c, . 35c Books 25c.
Broken lots of Men's Underwear
per suit . .
60c garments far
i 200 men's fine dress shirts, half price j
( Fine imd man-, tiev SSr tn FiOr. !
I values 25s ' Barry sets.
8SC . I ra lin. .. ,t ..I. ,,, ' Salad OOWis.
, ' - ...... j mi, pi
1 'J values, per suit .55.00
1 6c socks in black, tan and fancy
mr doz il. 2 3
1 0s socks in black, tan and fancy
per doz 97c
T.vo patterns in Craniteware,
closing out below cos!
One decorated pattorn ir. dishes at
the pnee of white ware, only a few
Water pitc ler
. 90c values 6Je
5Uc " 5oc
Boc " 5.JC
Table mats, per set 33c
Tanglefoot Flvnaoar-n.-T hoi 35c
Toilet Sjaps. the best, pe7!Nw . 45c
Diamond C. lau.-idry soap. V ba
These prices are for our 8th Bargain Friday only :
THE GOLDEN RULE COMPANY
X 1308, 1310. 1312 ADAMS AVENUE
X Llll'trest Stor- Smallest Prices
S P E O 1 A L
Now is the time to give me your order for
a Fall or Winier suit. Until
AUGUST 1 5
I will give a special discount on all suitings
TAILOR and HABERDASHER
Our Bryan is over the ocean.
Our Bryan is over the sea..
Our Bryan is hitting the papers
With Western agility.
Bring back, bring back.
Bring back our Bryan to us to us;
Bring back, bung back.
Oh-h-n, onrg back our Bryan to us.
Our Bryar is mixing wi'h monev.
Onr Bryan is solid with kings;
Our Bryan ,s jollying with tyrants
An. I smiling at sceptres and things.
Our Bryan, we hear, s silk hatted.
Our Bryan is frequenting the the haunt
Of Pink Teas, and next will be using
Su;h ianguage as "cahn't " and "shan't."
Is as essential in your home as the doctor!
Executed in workmanlike manner and approver.
sanitary standards. Carrying a complete line of
Uath Tubs, Jinks, Toilets, Lavatory and a'll
G. W. O'NEIL
1013 Washington Avenue
TELEFHONE RED 161
A MERRY-GO-ROUND BIRTHDAY
Mrs James Ire'and yesterday afternoon
gave a unque bit thday party in honor of her
daughter Mariam's 5th anniversary. The
home was beautifully decorated with red
and white sweet peas, and after the little
folks had amused themselves immensely.
Mrs. Ireland assisted by Mrs. C. S. Dunn,
served tnem witn ice cream, cake and
lemonad.. As a climax to the alieady
pleasant affair, seventeen little hearts
were gladdened by the announcement
that all were to have a ride on the merry-go-round.
With more haste than dignity
tliey raced down town and made the best
of their opportune es.
I Those present wete: Lillian and Ger
: trude Volp. Viola Benham. Ruth and Mad
. eime Jones. Laura Dunn. Alice Hill. Olive
! Masses. Clou Shell. Edna Burke. Pearle
. Dean. Winifred Hough. Mattie Hampson.
j Pluma Holnun. Mattie Schofieid. Mariam
: and Catherine Ireland.
H. H. Knox of Elgin, transacted busi
ness in this city last evening.
H. A. Keatchum of Baker City, is in
the city on business.
Mr. F. E. Corp of C ve it a business
visitor in the the city today.
J. D. Bracket came over from Union
last night on a business visit.
L. A. Stoop of Elgin is visiting here to
day. E. Teter of Pendleton h s business to
transact here today.
F. M. Dimmjnd of Baker City is a visi
tor in the city today.
Mr. O. H. Hagan and familly I .'t th
morning for Catherine creek where they
will camp a few days.
"Doc" Bacon has accepted a position
as chainman for L A. Pickler, city engin
eer for La Grande.
George L. Cleaver and E. C. Moore
left this morning at four o'clock for Cove.
Tr.ev expect to return tonight
Wm. Ojden, one of Cove's prosperous
farmers started his heading crews on the
season's run last Monday.
C. B. Simmons of the Parr-Simmon;
-uinpaiiy. isiurneu cms morning from the
Dalles where he has been a few days.
J. W. O'Bryne, proprietor of the Biue
Mountain Hotel, is in Union today on a
b ief bii ness trip.
Go to the Lawn Social at the Foley
risidence this eve.n.ng. and take y.ur
friends and neighbors with you.
Civf' Engineer C. R. Seit.z and Chainman
William Synhort returned last evening
from Wallowa wnere they have been sur
eying tor the past few weeks.
... M. Jensen the reaiestate man was a
Li Grande visitor yesterday. He reported
Imblerin a Nourishing condition and crop:
never looked better.
County Treasurer John Frowley and
family returned from a three weeks' out
ing in Wallowa County. Mr. Frowley
reports that they had a mo3t delightful
TheJ. W. Knowles family with their
guests. Mr. and Mrs. Williams and family
and Mrs. Stewart Morris, left last eve
ning for Mill Canyon where tney wil
spend several weeks in camp.
Messrs. A. V. Andrews. R. W. Newlin
ani W. W. Berry with their families re
turned last evening from Catherine creek
where they have beer camping. They
s y they caught all the fish they wanted.
A sharp frost, they also report, visited
tiat section Tuesday evening.
Dr. and Mrs. F. E. Moore leave for the
East in a few days to at end the conven
tion of the American Osteopathic Asso
ciation at Put-in-Bay. Ohio. They will
also visit Chicago, Minneapolis, Kirks
ville and Kansas City. Dr. Moore is an
o.licer of the National Association.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Myers returned
last evening from a trip through the
Coos Bay region. Mr. Myers says after
giving that country a careful examination
he has came to trie conclusion that La
Grande is good enough for ,iim that he
will speno the remainder of his days
Herman E. Willis, Assistant Grand
Chief of the B. of L. E. will pay an offic
ial visit to the La Grande Division No.
362 of the B. of L. E. Sunday July 29.
The local division will entertain him in
right .oyal style. Among other forms o:
entertainment will be an elaborate dinner
which will be served in his honor from
iV n to nine in the evening.
Besides dainty refreshment being serv
ed, there will be an interesting programe
rendered at the Musicle S cial on the
Foley lawn th's evening. There will be
recitations, vocal and instrumental solos
j and duets. Among those who will take
I prt are: -Misses Foley, McDonald, West
; Divis. McCoy. Casjy. McCall and the
! .s,cs You g.
HANDSOME HATLESS WOMEN
NEED NEW NOVELTY IN COMBS
We have the Latest,
Also Pretty Collars and Collar Pins
E. M. Wellman & Company
f c. r
I I mg fr
' t'lO s
! Appals lo Department
J (Srrlpps Newi Association)
Washington. July 26 The treasury
department .-.as decided to appeal from
the decision of Judge Morrow of Califor
nia which classifies Japanese sake as non
emurated. and a manufactuied article
and dut. able at twelve cents a gallon.
It is claimed that sake wines therefore
are dutiahie at fifty cents a gallon.
Over ore million dollars is involved.
Simmons who returned this morn
n the t alles says that The wheal
ore has been practically ruined.
lere he took a thirty mile drive into
ronndirg country and in his day's
ib was informed that the crop
a about one third of what was
I two weeks ago. The hot weather
ked it to such an extent that in
ces the large fields will be scarce
-h hirvesting. Ha says that
lers are sadly disappointed as
1 1 ly fie out 'o ' had t n of the
(diid Born in Prison
; (Srrlppe New Association)
I St. Paul, July 26 A boy was bo. n to
I day to Mrs. Stella Brenna, who is serv
1 ing a life sentence at the State prison for
the mu'der of her three steD children
last fall. The child will be sent to Michi
gan where the prisoner's mother lives.
Steady work, good wages. Inquire at
the George Palmer Lumber Co. at mill-site.
see them in the windows.
Now is the time for haying tools, such as forks pulleys J
sythes, water bags, steel cable, pure Manilla rope. .If..
you need them 1 can supply you.
AXLE GREASE I
1.1 iacfnr orea.se. made from pure
i nave me ccicuia" 0----- , , .
castor oil, will not gum and lasts longar than any other
Hardware and crockery.
1 . aHBj x
YOU WON'T HAVE TO
CO OUT I IV THE YARD
a La Flor De Hackman Cigar.
Your wife will like it's odor as we'l
as vou do. It s fragrant becausa
C. E. HACKMA, :
Phone Red 1331 ,'jt.
Cor. Adams Avenue and Greenw;ojYy
WrencHed His Kbm
"a ter M. Pierce, president or me n.n
Lake Sanitarium Co.. is making a personal
trial of the waters ;n the treatment of a
severely strained knee) Last Monday in
alighting Trom a hugy on his farm, ti e
heel of his shoe caught in the reins and
the consequent fall resulted in badly
wrenching his left knee. Mr. Pierc3 hai
met with an accident to this knee three
years ago. from which, however, he had
long since recovered. The unpleasant
prjpect he now faces includss ten days in
bed and then several weeks on crutches.
About SI 00.000 is now being spent on
building extensions and other improve
ments at th Sanitarium. Work on tie
necessary foundations have already been
I(t (REAM SOCIAL
The ladies of the Baptist church w.ll
give an ice cream social at the res.der.ee
; of Mrs. Wires, corner U and Depot i:raata
t us evening.
HtNSON INJURED IN LAUNDRY
N. A. Henson. an employe of the A. B.
C. laundry, was frightfully mangled and
bruised about the face, and is sufferirg
fro.n a broken ankle due to an accident
late yesterday afternoon. Mr. Henson
was engaged r. oiling some machinery
when his footing slipped, throwing him on
r heavy belt. When the belt had finished
its work, the unfortunate man was fright
fully cut. Dr. A. L. Richardson was
hastily called to set the broken bones and
bandage the wounds.
iSrrlpps N'ewe Association)
Vienna. July 26 One hundred and
eight Jews, whose parents were murdered
at Byalistock. passed through Lowberg
today enroute to America.
A NEAT PLACE
to have your meals is our restaurant.
Everything is attractively arranged and
nothing is liking to make its appeiyje
neat. Here the young ladies and gae
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 rig'-t. too
and our waiters polite and attentive.
The Model Restaurant
J. A. ARBUCKLE, Prop.
OHVN PAY We Hll We,ki 4 A
ND XKJHT Mi-al Tlrktit far $4-5v
ICE CREAM SODA
Doctor. Prescriptions and Family Receipts, a Specialty
Two Graduated Pharmats Always in Attendance.
A. C. MAC LENNAN p,
Prescription Pharmacist '
RED CROSS DRUG STORF
WJb. WANT MONEv
and in order to get it we have decided ' to ell groceries 1
at a reduced-- price! I
We can do this and still make a good profit because 1
cash purchases. H you Pr'ces on
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