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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 7, 1906)
WILL SOON BE HERE
THif GOLDEN RULE COMPANY
Is prepared as usual to fit the Children out with everything in wearing
apparel and school supplies.
All the newest and staple things in Dress Goods
The Best in School Shoes
The Best and Newest in Caps
The Best in Hosiery our 250 hose ror c nas nevcr becn mdic,Kti
Tablets, Pencils, Pens, Ink, all at 'Golden Rule'' Prices
ALWAYS THE LOWEST
THE GOLDEN RULE COMPANY
1308, J 3 10. 1312 ADAMS AVENUE
A Square Deal
Sec y and M jr.
PHONE MAIN 31
Dealers in Grande Ronde Valley Products
Fruits, Hay. Potatoes and Grain ::: Apples a Specialty
LARGE COLD STORAGE WAREHOUSE
Hay Wanted Now
Call and see us before
Jefferson Ave. aid Greenwood St.
La Grande. Oregon
HKT CHURCH IF CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
Bumnl Building oppcatte Foley Uotrl
Sunday Services II a m
service edaeaday . 7:30 p ro
Reading room ti aenv place open lueadaya
and Thtradaya from 10 to II:) a in and
Friday tad Satuidaya from J to p to.
Mund, School 10 a:r
Reaulai aervire a p m
Mutual Improvement Aiisociatioa meet con
loiutly at 7 ,i p iu
CAlHoLIC CH I KcH
W.J. Whyte, rector
Low Vaa 7 a hi
High Muw it a m
Kotary and benediction following IU a iu. uiaaa
Remember the farewell dance at the
Commercial Club hall neit Saturday night
Rev. U. H. Gibbs will hold service in the
Ladd Canyon school house on Sunday
afternoon at 3'oclock.
Mrs. Ed Coolidge and daughter Lorna
arrived last evening from Salt Lake City
where they have spent the past three
Miss Susie Deal of La Grande, one of
the newly elected teachers arrived yes
terday to take up her work in the Baker
City sch:ols. Baler City Herald.
The M.sses Esma and Gussie Sawtell
of Pendleton are being entertained today
by Mrs. C. H. Conkey and this evening
they will be at luncheon at Dr. and Mrs.
N. Molitor, with others who recently re
turned from a camDina party at Teel
Mr. and Mrs. Turner Oliver returned
last evening from attending the Irrigation
Congress at Boise City. They report
it a success from every standpoint. Be
ing attended by representative men from
every section of the United States. The
session will close Saturday.
Mr. A. C. Huntington who went with
the La Grande delegation writes that he
will accompany the excursion into South
ern Idaho where they will view the gov
ernment project and several large private
irrigation schemes. He expects to retnrn
Dr. and Mrs. F. E. Moore are now visit
ing relatives in Kirks ville Missouri and
aftei a visit at Kansas City they will
return toLaGrande presumably the 25th
of this month. The doctor and Mrs. Moore
according to communication sent to friends
in this city are having a great time and
will return rested in body and mind.
C.,M. Blevens.ofCove was a La Grande
business visitor this morning. Mr. Blevens
belongs to that class of progressive far
mers who always have something to
sell when the market is right. This time
he brought a load of choice fruit and
vegetables which he says there is prac
tically no market. Mr. Blevens left a
sample of plums and after careful test
applied by every member of the Observer
it was the popular belief that it was the
market that was wrong and not the fruit.
SPORTING GOODS 5
I have a complete stock of shot guns and rifles all sizes,
hunting coats, gun cases, and revolvers, all kinds of 5
cartridges. If you are going hunting come and try
some of the Selby shot gun shells. I have them in three J
different kinds of smokeless powder, also black powder,
Do not forget about our doors, windows, and shingles
MRS. T.N- MURPHY
Hardware and crockery.
THE TIME MAY COME Jtf
when a better cigar wH be made
for the money than the C. B. but
not in your generation, my dear sir.
Tnere are no better cigars made
for the money this 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. 3. cigar.
C. E. HACKMA,
Phone Red 1331
Cor. Adams Avenue and Greenwood
SCOTLAND 111 SONG AND STORY
Spence-Strachan Concert Co. at Stew
ard's Opera House Oct. 1. (under the
auspices of Burns' society) Only one of
its kind this season. Reserve seats 75c.
See Wm. Grant, Secy, for further inform
MARRIAGE LICENSE ISSUED
WATTS DRUG CO.j
County Clerk Gilham issued
to marry to Rudolph Becker
Ju ia Batz both of La Grande.
M r&IKK's fcriSCOPAL CHURCH
Cptou H. (jIMih, rector
111 til Huuday alter Ti lulty
Holy communion s a tn
Sun lay rehool 10 a in
r- : . . .. . . . Aiornmit service II a in
! Kwniii Mrlce 7;:iup m
M,eHM44HmHmHt?MtT i Ev " Invited to attend thew aervicea.
Rv. E. B. Hay", paator
Sunday School 9:15 am
; Hen lor Kndeavor , nop m
j Prayer Metiu Thumday T;J0 p in
I Morning Service 11 am
i Theme - "The Borrowed A."
Kreutii svmre ;:ao p m
Theme: -'AUood Investment. "
The chorua choir under the direction o( Mtn.
A cordia' invitation ia given to all who have
uochurrh home to attend tneae. aervicea
MANY HUNTERS IT UNION COUNTY
The county clerk has issued up to date
five hundred and seventy-eight licenses
Corner Depot Street and Adams. Avenue
School Books and
Toilet Articles and
J Junior League
. i K.pworth l.emue ...
! Motnlnj Service
j Kvenlti Pel MCA
: rrrsMin- I- Mer J
Our Prescription Department
Complete and our Prices are Right
M. L CHUKCII
Rev. B. K. Meredith, paitor
- U p III
tfHi p m
II 4 111
li. i-lllllan will occupy
County Superintendent Wells returned
yesterday morning from La Grande where
he had been to attend tne Union county
teachers institute. He reports a very
successful meeting under the dictatorship
of Superintendent Bragg of Union County.
"HEW TELEPHONE DIRECTORY
Manager Osburn is arranging his list
preparatory to tne issueing of a new
subscribers' directory, and reauests all
subscribers who desire a change of in
sertion or who are contemplating a change
of location in the near future to notifv
him ac once in order that the new list
may be as correct as possible. The La
Grande Exchange now numbers over 700
subscribers and it is no small task to
get our. a new list.
SIMMONS BACK AGAIN
C. B. Simmons, manager of the Parr
Simmons company has returned from an
extended trip through the middle states.
While away he visited the leading cities
of Montana, North Dakota. Minnesota,
Wisconsin, Illinois. Iowa. Nebraska.
Colorado, Wyom.ng and Idaho. In a maj
ority of these states he found business
prosperous. Mr. Simmons had his eye
on the fruit markets during the trip and
reports that the market this year demands
the large crops now harvested on the
Treats in eatables, so fo.ks 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 jrder ord
ers of a ,hef of wide reputation. Our bill
of fare is varied daily and always con
tains some choice 'idbits. Live not to
eat but eat to liveand daily dine with us.
It will be a picnic to your interior depig
ment. The Model Restaurant
J.A ARBltKLE, Prop.
EIRST CAR WILL RUN
By Friday evening, two days before
the time set by the Salem Council, the
line of the Oregon Electric Railway Co.
will be ready for operation betweet the
Capital City and Chemawa. Two miles
of track remained to be laid Tuesday
morning, and this is being placed at the
rate of half a mile a day. Cars were
operated over the first two miles for the
purpose of testing the wires and equip
ment yesterday. The 72-pound steel, of
course, did not come in for its share of
the test, as the cars are too light.
GIRL WANTED For general house
work. Small family. Good wages.
Inquire of Mrs. A. L Richardson.
Ille pulpit :it tue remilur service In Hie ah-I
ieni'0 .11 ' Itev 11 I, Meredith who will spend '
llieday iu Weimjr, Id ilio. 1
A eol.uv tuvlutiou lo all these avrvhtw
I- extend .!
CI-AIKAI CHliicHol CHRIST
OflM.-lTi SO.M M VM IIDL.-K
O. II. Kim, p.nur. I IW l jit.
'.4 a in
II a id
5 Agents for the "POSTAL TYPEWRITER."
5 has tlio universal key board and only 525.
Horning rlilp .
I' C K ill -:tlOii .
r.' AU-ieiutic aervice
i ! Wouiau'-i Mtlo'iary Auxiliury;
II II p Ul
T.O p 111
TO p m
N E W COLLARS,
NtW RIBB0S l ALL VATED SHADES
NEW UIUGS. NEW FAI L MILLINERS.
NEW SCHOOL. CAPS
day or each mouth at 'i p in
in um, -ondiiy, s,pt. :i.
.Mo-niiiii -"TL e !. 1 lir-H i u, it
Kveuitot -How U The HII.;,-'
A coidi.U luvltation to all tne erlcw.
Re. w. It. (iiliHon, na!or
In the Met: odin I'lnirch south
oi Jettcnoa Avenue and Third
Theme - loving VppMhaiioii.
II. "I ! I ai ,t ) led Mr Cl de l.ymua.
T line -Trluiivhaot i hnaiianliv.
Kvenlnn .ervice 7.
I heme -The Ver.Uet of I'omclfnce '
A co'dul invitation to ill iu.nr aervicea
II a m
E. M. Wellman & Company j
j GOVERNOR EOLK NO BETTER
i-Scr'.ppa New AMociatlon)
Jefferson City. Sept. 7. - Governor Folk
is no better today. Hit case s quite ser-
PEAR PACKERS WANTED
Twenty peir pickers wanted, not later
than next Friday by the Grande Ronde
Valley Fruit Growers Union. Inquire at
E. Z. Carbime.
10 TEAMS WANTED
$4 per day to haul 5 loads of gravel or
sand from my gravel bar. 5 000 pounds
to the load, furnish one man if teamster
hauls. 5500 or more to the load. I will
pay accordingly. Haul one mile, good
level road easy pian to load and unload.
J. L. Mars.
ICE CREAM SODA
Prescriptions and Fam;lv Rerr-. , c. .
Two Graduated Pharmacists Always n Attendance
NOTICE OF PARTNERSHIP DISSOLUTION
Notice is hereby given, that the co
partnership heretofore existing between
W. D Grandy and James A. Russell under
the firm name of Grandy & Russell has
been dissolved by mutuii consent, and
that by the terms of said dissolution James
A. Russell becomes the owner of all prop
erty heretofore owned by the co-partnership,
and will collect all sums due said
partnership, and pay all partnership lia
bilities. Dated at La Grande, Oregon, this Sth
day of September, 1 906.
W. D. Grandy.
James A. Russell
t RED CROSS DRUG STORE
MAC LEN'NAN. Prop.
I NEW SUIT PATTERNS j
Arrived For Your I
Gall early and pick your pattern.
you ana rime it up when wanted.
lay it away for
TAILOR and HABERDASHER I
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