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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 4, 1906)
WILL SOON BE HERE
THrl GOLDEN RULE COMPANY
Is prepared as usual to fit the Children out uith everything in uearing
apparel and school supplies.
All the newest and staple things in
The Best in School Shoes
The Best and Newest in Caps
The Best in Hosiery oujscjose
for 18c has never been matched
ALWAYS THE LOWEST
ItOoMnM O. .1 ft'
THE GOLDEN RULE COMPANY
1308, . 1310. 1312 ADAMS AVENUE
A Sauare Deal C. B. SIMMONS. President
t Z: - " Sec y and Mgr.
Dealers in Grande Ronde Valley Products
Fruit. Hay. Potatoes and Grain ::: Apples a Specialty
LARGE COLD STORAGE WAREHOUSE
Hay Wanted Now
HIGHEST PRICES PAID
Call and see us before you sell
Jefferson Ave. and Greenwood St.
La Grande. Oregon
I WATTS DRUG CO. !
John Marony Casey, generally known as
"3ox car" Casey was this morning ar
raigned on a charge of larcency from a
building and heli over to the grand jury.
This t is hoped, is the first step to the
Checkered indeed has been the mean
darings qf this man during the past fif
teen years. It was in 1 890 that he be
came intimately acquainted with the police
of this city At that time he was a stone
mason on the Foley building which was
under construction. During the same
season he began work on the Elgin
branch track which was then being built
and soo.i after arrested for some petty
Ons day. during that summer, a war
rant was out for Casey and Constable
MacLaughlin was sent to arrest him.
They met at the depot and trouble began.
Now Casey can k.clc a man in the face
with his heel as easily as he can hit him
with" his fist. Censequently on the ap
proach' of the constable, Mr. Casey turned
a beautiful sommer-sault and it was by
the narrowest margin that McLaughlin's
face was saved. The policeman's club
iecended with a mighty sweep and floor-
Mi- Mina Kelly, one of the land offic
clerk, spent yesterday at Hot Lake.
Tomorrow evening it the regular Sept
ember meeting of the city council.
Deputy Sheriff Tom Johnson is tran
siet.ng busines at North Powder today.
Mrs. Mamie Taylor is having her studio
raised and placed on a stone foundation.
Mr. and Mrs. 0. W. Bishop of Union
are visiting m La Grande today.
Mrs. R. V. Watkin of Alicel is visiting
in the city today.
Countv Assessor Morton is in North
District attorney for Umatilla Phelps,
of Pendleton is transacting business in
The Commissioners court will be in
session tomorrow and will possibly con
tinue until Saturday.
D. Hallegan, traveling agent for the
Baldwin Locomotive works, is in the
Mr. A. C. Huntington, is having quite
an addition ount on to nis residence on
corner of Main and Fourth streets.
Lou Rayburn has returned from a visit to
Baker City and has again donned the uni
form of La Grande's chief of police.
Mis Mable Stacey, who has been vis
iting in the east for the past eight months
his returned home tor a snort time, but
expects to return again to the east.
There will be a meeting of Rowina
Temple No., 9 Rathbone Sister Wednes
day Sept., 5. Refreshments will be
served. By order of Mont. E. C.
P. W. Porter, of Kamela is in the city
today. Mr. Porter ha moved from
Kamela to Hilgard ar.d has ordered his
daily Observer changed to that office.
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Roesch leave in
the morning for a two weeks' visit in
Portland. While away they will also
visit Portownsend, Vic, B. C snd other
poirts of interest.
Mr. A. H. Stone arrived in the city last
evening from Joseph with his two daugh
ters, Mary and Mandy. The girls will
attend the Sacred Heart Academy of the
Nick Biever. arrived last night from
points in Washington and left this morn
ing for Salt Lake where he has accepted
a position on the Southern Pacific Railroad.
SPORTING GOODS !
I have a complete stock of shot guns and rifles all sizes,
hunting coats, gun cases, and revolvers, all kinds of I
cartridges. If you are going hunting come and traJ
some of the Selby shot gun shells, i nave mem m uirw
different kinds of smokeless powder, also black powder
Do not forget about our doors, windows, and shingles
Hardware and crockery.
THE TIME MAY COME
when a better cigar w.ll be made
for the money than the C. B. but
not in your generation, my dear ir.
There are no better cigar made
for the money thi day Try one
and be convinced. Don't finish the
box if the first one doesn't suit you
back goes the money if you don t
like the C. B. cigar.
r F HACKMIN .,JZ
Phone Red 1581 V"
Cor. Adam Avenue and Greenwood
MARRIED In Pendleton yesterday Mon
day Sept. 3, Mr. Ed. McCoy to Miss Maime
The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
James McCoy of thi city and it well and
favorably known in this city and vicinity.
The bride i the daughter of Mr. and
Mr. Mr. Peter O'SuIlivan of this city and
like the groom has a large host of friends.
The young couple will be at home on their
farm near Island City about the fifteenth
of the month.
Mr. S. M. Curtis, who ran a butcher
shop in La Grande in 1865 and 1866, is
in town visiting old time friends. He was
almost lost as he tried to locate himself
this morning. He is now a resident o
P. E. Harris, who recently installed
a new barber shop in Cove is in the city
today shaking hands with friends. Mr
Harris has a modern and complete ton-
sorial parlor there and is injoying a pros
Frank Kilpatrick. the implement man
has a fruit tree on his oldtown home
property which to say the least is out of
the ordinary. It is naturally a pear tree
but besides producing four kinds of pears
also grows a crop of first class apples
So far as we know this is the only pear
tree in this valley which produces apples
BRICK LAYERS PICNIC
The Brick Layers and Stone Masons'
Union observed Labor Day by a picnic at
Proebstel' grove. The members with
their families were present and ate
lunches and rested in a quiet way. They
report the day well spent.
A PLEASANT DANCE
A jolly crowd gathered at the Comm
ercial Club ha'l last evening and spent a
few hours dancing. The affair was
gotten upin a hurry but for all that was
HIGH EIVE CLUB MEETING
There will be a business meeting of the
High Five Club next Thursday afternoor.
at three o'clock at the home of Mrs.
H. C. Grandy. A full attendance is
Treats In eatables, so folks say who sit
daily at our tables to refresh the inner
man. Our restaurant will give your
stomach a rest, because the foods are
carefully selected and cooked jnder ord
ers of a ohef of wide reputation. Our bill
of fare is varied daily and always con
tains some choice idbits. Livanot to
eat but eat to live and daily dinej.h us.
It will be a picnic to your interior depart
ment. The Model Restaurant
J. A ARBUCKLE, Prop.
w HMI Wwkly (I cn
OFKN tA Y
Corner Depot Street and Adams Avenue.
School Books and School Supplies
Toilet Articles and Fine Stationary
Our Prescription Department is
Complete and our Prices are Right.
for tne "POSTAL TYPEWRITER."
universal key board and only $25.
ed Casey. Again and again the club
fell and as many times dd Casey regain ! as wel1 as several varieties of pears.
his feet. At tha fifth wallop Casey was
aown ana out. macLaugmin secured a
cart and after dumping the unconscious
man inti it, he wheeled him to the jail.
From that time on, this city, Portland
and in fact every city and town in Ore-go-
and southern Washington have been
troubled by this same man.
In Portland a ball and chain awaits
nun. nnen ever ne noes into a citv on
his ptivats box car. tha jail is sure to hold '
him many hours. i
He has cast the state of Oregon many !
! tunes moie than any other one man. Ha
haiis from nowhere and s gaing nowhere.
J he says', but ;t seems tr.it he wiil soon
i be in a s'.ra-ght jickot at Salem,
j After tha trial this morning he couid
I be seen ta'kmg and joking with constable
Faulk on tha vay to the county jail where
J ! he will a a a t the se-.tcroe cf the circuit
1 The ma-, was originally a very brght
J inJiviuVil out many years ot debauchery
:jand crime have hrug'it him down on a
" ui uwsv. cr.minai. Me now
looks his part in every respect.
MARRIED TWENTY YEARS
The members of the Central Church of
Christ and many friends of 0. H. King last
evening arranged;to give the pastor and his
wife a royal send off on the beginning of
the twenty-first year of married life. The
preparations had been carried on quite
secretly and it was not until the reverend
and his family were requested to make
themselves known at the church parlors
that they knew any thing of the affair.
When the Kirgs arrived there they
?ound many guests, and good things to
eat. very pleasant evening was spent
during which tune a beautiful China set
was presented Mr. and Mrs. 0. H. King.
The occassion for the gift and party was !
I the anniversary of the one score years of !
! vedded life the recip ents had experienced I
and came as a token of the high esteem in j
which Rev. and Mrs. King are held by
ICE CREAM SODA
Doctors Prescriptions and Family Receipts, a Specialty
Two Graduated Pharmacists Always in Attendance. y-
A. C. MAC LENNAN, iyfp
RED GROSS DRUG STORE
LVV RIBBONS l ALL WANTED SHADES
NEW V LILIMGS, NEW FALL MILLINERY,
NEW SCHOOL CAPS
E. M. Wellman & Company j
. At h?r horra rear Island Cly Ore
! Sept. I 1306. Mrv Sarah J. Huise Age
I 5? years 1 rr. -nth I days. She leaves
1 10 mor' her 5-ss bes.Je six brothers and
; three ssteu Father, husband, and five
j children R:-,di McVisters of Canada
I Maitha York of 'a..a Walla Washington
j Maude Mu! enu-e o: Island Cty Ore
jLulu Bates of La Grande Ore Grace
! H.ilse of La Grande O e Interment took
place in th Aokles Cemety Sunday after
noon at three o'oIook.
Forest fire are da.ng a great deal of
damage to the standng timber in Eag'e
Off TO SEE HIS MOTHER
Mr. J. F. Johnson, proprietor of the
Spakane Cafe, and Mrs. Johnson leave
tonight for Portland. Mr. Johnson will
transact business at the metropolis and
from there they go to Salem to visit his
mother, wham he has not seen for over a
year, and inciaentily look after his fruit
ferm there. The popular restaurant
manager thinks he deserves a rest from
his business, and will enjoy about ten
days of real rest and sight seeing at the
SHELTON - At Alicel, Oregon, Saturday,
September 1. 1906. to Mr. and Mr.
Ray Shelton, a son.
Season is over for gentlemen's summer suitings
have 25 imported patterns left. I will not carry
over. Will sell at cost. 59 inches wide and s! tnT3',
yards in each piece. All suitable for ladies' skirts and
coats. Call at once and get first choice.
M1MNAUGH At Perry. Oregon. Sept
ember , 1906. to Mr. and Mr. J. H.
Mimnaugh. a daughter.
A L. ANDREWS!
TAILOR and HABERDASHER