La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959, July 28, 1906, Image 6

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More Bargains
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I THc GOLDEN RULE STORE
I SPECIAL OFFERINGS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS
J ' ISO ".- PAIRS t-.t 150
Ladies' Misses' and C 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
BOOKS
Some of those you have always wanted to read but never have, why not do so
while they are so cheap, and the weather so hot you can do nothing
20c Books I2ic., 25c Books 19c, 35c. Books 25c
now
else
Men's Underwear
Broken lots of Man' Underwear
nmr nif . 55c
60c garment! for 45
23
6c socks in black, tan and fane
per doz
1 Oc aockt in black, tan and fancy
per doz 97e
200 men's fine dress shirts, half price
Fine line men's ties, 55c to 60c
values 25c
Large line men's pants at sale prices
Ood ends in men's suits $3 to
$10 values, per suit $5.00
Two patterns in Craniteware,
closing out below cost
One decorated pattern in dishes at
the price of white ware, only a few
Glassware
Berry sets.
Saiad oowis ...
Water bottles
Water pitchers .
.... 90c values 63c
60c " 36c
... 75c ' 43c
. .. 85c " 60c
LOCAL ITEMS
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! SOUVENIR!
Table mats, per set 38e
Tanglefoot Flypaper, per box . 36c
Toilet Soaps, the best, per box 45c
Diamond C, laundry soap, 7 bars . 25c
I THE GOLDEN RULE COMPANY
I Larcrest Store-
1308, 1310. 13J2 ADAMS AVENUE
Smallest Prices
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Ispecial!
SOCIETY
Now is the time to give me
a Fall or Winier suit Until
your order for
AUGUST 15
I will give a special discount on all suitings
A L.
ANDREWS
TAILOR and HABERDASHER
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GUARANTEED PRICES REASONABLE
WORK
Miss Moina Aikine entertained last even
ing a number of her friends with a lawn
party in honor of her guest Miss Pritchard
of Portland. Under the glare of an arch
light the guests played gmis. listen!
to a short musical program and pircojk
of light refrasnments. H. Belknap sang
a solo, Jay Claridga entertained with a.
instrumental s)to. the Misses Aikine
a panoduet and Miss Renh sang a vo.al
selection. T.ia hostess assisted by her
sister Miss Irma and Miss Emma Roesch
served the guests with pineapple sherbar..
cake and frappe.
Th. se present were; Misses. Carman
Stoddard. Evalyn Rohan. Mayme Reith.
Edith Spdfford, Margaret Porter, Eva
Neill. Gertrude Mitchell. Amanda Pritchard
Moina Aikine. Messers. H. Belknap.
Harris French. WillSiegnst, AMacLennon
JayJCiaridge, H. Volp. Will Ericson. Wm.
McFarlane. Chester Newlin and C. Houch
Miller and Kincart will be taken to prison
Sunday.
Mrs. T. Golithan went to North Powder
this morning for a short visit. ,
F. C. Steam is in the city from Baker
City.
Attorney T. H. Crawford returned last
evening from his camp near the Cove,
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Stevens came over
from Cove this morning for a brief visit in
this city.
D. Carpe came over from Union last
evening and is making La Grande a busi
ness visit.
Remember the union services in the
Central church tomorrow evening. W
H. Gibson preaches the sermon.
Preaching at Grange Hall - at 3 Ptr,
tomorrow by O. H. King- Welcome
to all. i
W. J. G arson western agent for a
Casua'ty Company was a visitor in the
city yesterday. While hers he was the
gaest of C. B, Simmons.
' District Attorney Leroy lomax of
Baker City returned'to his home in Baker
City last evening. He spent a few days
nere in legal business.
J. J. Carr. Ed Davis. William Seigrist
and Clyde Scheurer leave tonight for the
head of Grande Ronde river for a two
days' fishi-g t ip.
Steve Cady, foreman of the Observer
printing office, left this morning with his
family for Durkee where he will spend his
vacation in fishing and camping.
Miss Mabel Galloway, who has been in
the city the past three weeks attending
summer school, le turned to her home
Union this morning.
S. R. Haworthand wife of La Grande
a e in the city. Mr. H. is figuring on the
construction of the fraternal building
this place. Lostine Democrat.
Walter E. Bloch arrived this morning
from Portland. Walter is a former La
Grande boy and while here is busy greet
ing old schoolmates. He is now employed
by the J. K. Gill Company of Portland
Rev. B. F. Meredith is making
bus ness tour of the John Day country,
His pulpit in the Methodist church will be
filled tomorrow morning by Rev. Walker
of Union.
Dr. and Mrs. F. E. Moore left last
evening for the East by the way of Spok
ane. Their destination is Put-In-Bay.
Ohio, but their railroad trip ends at Dul
uth Minn. From there they go by lake
steamer to their home town.
souvenirs of
You can
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: the Mormon Tabernacle, Only 25c and 35-
see them in the windows. ;
Now is the time for haying tools, such as forks, pulleys,
syZl water bags, steel cable, pure .Manilla rope. WS
you need them I can supply you. ,
AXLE GREASE
I have the celebrated Kastor grease, made from pure
castor of will not gum and lasts longar than any other
jMRS.T.N. MURPHY
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SANITARY PLUMBING
Is as
doctor
essential in your home as the
OUR WORK
t'xfcutcd in workmanlike manner and approved
sanitary standards. Carrying a complete line of
Bath Tubs, Sinks, Toilets, Lavatorys and al
plumbing fixtures.
G. W. O'NSIL
of
Hardware and croc-cery.
HAVE
TO
YOU WON'T
CO OUT l THE YARD
TO SMOKE
a La Flor Da Hackman Cigar.
Your wife will like it's odor as well
as you do. It's fragrant because
its made from specially chosen
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freely and satisfymgly. Manufac
tured by
C. E. HACKMAIM,
Phone Red 1581
Cor. Adams Avenue and Greenwi
Mr. Albert Hanney.one of Union county's
most progressive farmers, was in the city
this afternoon. Mr. Hanney states that
his fall grain has every appearance of
yielding far above the average but that
the spring grain on his place will be a
little light. The first hot days had a
tendency to retard its growth.
George H. Currey and family, accom
panied by C. E. Dickey and Master Roy
and Miss Carrol Currey, returned last
evening from a two weeks' outing on
Catherine creek. They report having had
a most enjoyoble time with plenty of fish
and an abundance of exercise.
HINDUS AFTER ORIENTALS
Vancouver. B. C. July 28. Hindus
are trying to oust Chinese and Japanese
from the local sawmills. Two thousand
Sikhs and Hindus' mostly British army
reserve men, are on their way here to get
work. Already about 500 Hindus are
working in and about the sawmills of the
province. Caucasians, who want this to
be a white Brit sh Columbia, are beginn
ing to murnur against the employers.
10! f. Washington Avenue
TELEPHONE RED
WE WANT MONEV
and in order to get it we have decided to sell groceries
FOR CASH
at a reduced price.
We can do this and still make a good prorit because we
have cut our expense account in the middle pnd we are
willing to give the benefit to our customers.
Our line of groceries is complete and the qu ity is un
excelled. Gall and allow us to quote yc. prices on ;
cash purchases.
: SEATTLE GROCERY STORE:
LAWSON BROS. Prop.
TRACF. Of KIDNAPER FOUND
The Pendleton East Oregonian in speak
ing of Ce:il Brittan who recently disap
peared. s ys:
It is said that James Hudson and Ben
Craigen.who have been about the vicin- 1
ity of the tollgate. have found the tracks
of a team, hack and three men. which
1 tally to tracks found near the scene of
the boy's disappearance.
I They have traced the team to the breaks
' of the Umatilla river and at places where
the team has stopped they have found
j the tracks of a large man with partol
1 one boot heel missing and a number of
! large tacks in his boots, almost identically
1 like the tiacks found at the tollsate the
i day follow ing the disappearance of the
I child.
i Trie team was fallowed to the bend of
the upoer Urnatilia river, where all tiace
i was lost in the gravel in the river bd.
; Whether this is the kidnapper or not is
j unknown . but ro one seems to know who
' went over tnat unusual route with a
; team at that tune and further search will
' be tnaJe to find who drove this mys'.er
j lous team through the mountains.
j THAW FAMILY IN COUNCIL
! (SiTlpp News A'Kuoliitlon)
i New York July 28 -There was a family
! counc'l in Thaw s cell this mormrg.
; George Carnegie was present with his
j wife for the first time since the tradegy.
' Eveiyn was also present.
j REGULAR SERVICES IN ST. PETER'S
i Services at St. Peter's church on Sun
, day at the usual hours. 8 and 11 a. m.
; and at 8 in the evening. Sunday school'
at 10 a. m.
KILLED IN FREIGHT WRECK
(Scrlpps News Association)
Fiagstaff. Ariz., July 1 28. The local
Santa Fe west and east bound freights
collided in a headon collision four miles
west of here last night. The engineer
Zagandolar was instantly killed and Fire
man Neglar was badly injured.
A Square Deal
PHONE MAIN 31
PARR-SIMMONS COMPANY
INCORPORATED
Dealers in Grande Konde Valley Products
Fruits. Hay. Potatoes and Gnin ::: Apples a Specialty
: WANTED -Fumshed
hjusekeep ;; or furn;
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rooms for light
ned house. Phone
Mr. John Ellingford. of Imbler. was
La Grande visitor this morning and found
time to call at the Observer office and
subscribe for the Weekly. Mr. Ellingford
states that he is anxious to keep up with
the times and knows no better means
so doing than to have the Observer
regular visitor.
The white urocery store delivery
team indulged m a harmless runawa
last evening. Driver Hopper had started
for the Express office with several crates
of berries and erroute the team took an
innocent little sprint. However when he
reached the depot he had fewer berries
that he had when he started. The birds
will jet them.
Mr. and Mrs. Budge of Logan. Unah.
spent yesterday in this city the gusts of
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Watson. Mr. Wat
son, ever with an eye open to exhibit the
good qualities of this valley took the op
portunity to show the many advantages
of the Grande Ronde to Mr. and Mrs.
Budge by treating them'; to a charming
drive through the valiny.
Mr. J. L. Mars, the Vcontractr and
buiHer yesterday receive, tne contrac:
for the erection of a frame buiia;.rg fifty
bv fifty. 2 stroies. for Mrs. 1. Krs. Ti;s
i mornm? he commenced theVwork of
I clearing the lot and within seventy-d,v.
j the building will stand completer aro
' ra.H1 f,-r n.'rnn.inru Th l."w.r K HV-v
will be arranged for a store room wivi a
plate glass front, and the upp
will be arranged for offices a:
pu-t'oses.
Thecase wherein Frank Bir.ehoff
to appear and show cause why he sho
not be fined for trespassing on the pro
erty of J. D. McKennon. did not take plafe
this afternoon before Justice Hough as e
pe;ted. The cause of tne 'postponement
was the sudden illness of Mr. Bi '.ehotT.
Mr. B nehoff s intentions were no doib:
good en-ugh but on account of a sudden
indisposition on his part it waj found ne
essary to take the gentleman home in , a
cab. It is not known just when Mr. BimJ
hoff's condition will enahlehim to be pr e
sent at the trial.
Rev. O. H. King returned this morr t.j
from a vis-t to a number of friends in' t-ie
valley and reports that the entire vA ley
is one vist scene of tremendous act;.vit.
The harvest is in full blast and on f 'very
hand is evidei.ee of a record Ve an g
crop. Mr. King states that inallthe years
in which he has been an observing resi
dent of this valley he has never sea n su
tlnHid nronr.t Inr nrosneritv .' far the
farmers of the Grande Ronde v.'ii.ey as 1 RED CROSS DRUG STORE
A NEAT PLACE
to have your meals is our restaurant.
Evnrything is attractively arranged and
nothing is liking to make its appearance
neat. Here the young ladies and gentle
men can eat to their heart's contents
without feeling abashed at their surround
ings.
WHAT ATTRACTS
people here s the merits of our cwiJry
It is unsurpassed when It comes to exFrtl
lenceand all meals prove healthful, tasty
and enjoyable. Our prices are rig1 1 too
and our waiters polite and attentive.
The Model Restaurant
J. A AUBILKLE. Prop.
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