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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 5, 1906)
BETTER THAN EVER
We can serve you better than ever before; better goods,
larger assortment, more novelties; and in spite of the
rising maiket at practically the same prices that pre
vailed last year.
Women's, Misses' and Children's new fall coats and skirts.
New patterns almost daily.
The widespread interest manifested in our '06 Fall Garments is due to the attractive
ness and authoritative character of the styles and the extraordinary values at
For Women's New Fall Coats in soft
plaids, charming greys and browns
and the like. Some of the most clever
models of the early season. Every
garment beautifully tailored and cor
rect in fit and style.
Misses' New Fall Coats in all the
popular styles and colors. At these
prices we are showing many styles
made by men tailors in the best possi
In bearskin, astrakhan, crushed vel
vet, and cloth in white, blue, red and
brown, the most beautiful line we have
We have established a separate department for this line and. having secured the ser
vices of a milliner who has had several years' experience in San Francisco and other
large cities, we feel confident that we are as well prepared to take care of the ladies'
wants in this line as any house in the city.
All the latest novelties in pattern, trimmed and street
hats. Come in and look them over whether you
want to buy or not - ALWAYS WELCOME
MEN'S YOUTHS' AMD BOYS' CLOTHING
$7.50, $10.00 $I2.50$4.00, $5.00, $6.00
The latest and best
Worsteds and Clays
wear or dress.
for every day
Many new and nobby things in this
line, good material and nicely tailored.
$2.25, $2.75, $5.00
Everything from the good strong
ones to the dessy Buster Browns and
THE GOLDEN RULE COMPANY
1303, 1310. 1312 ADAMS AVENUE
PARR - LOGAN CO.
LA GRANDE. OREGON.
List your property with us and get quick returns
Irrigation plants a specialty
Office in La Grande National Bank Building
THE dROtSBACK WILL AGAIN
1 .ie supreme court wnicn meets in
PenJ e'.on today is considering an appeal
from the circuit court of this county.
Last Spring Judge Eakine heard the con
test o' the will of the late Mr. Groesback
(Tne will as left by tne deceased gave a
1 title of his property to John W. Groes
J ; back, his son. hcause the latter had
I cared for the aed man. Nicholas O.
Groesback. Mary E. Packar and her
husband I. C. Packer. Jacob Groesback
and Chds. D. Groesback. contested the
the will alleging that the deceased was
demented at the tune of writng the will.
The case in the lower oourt was decided
in favor of the plaintiffs. John W. Groes
back the defendant, has now appealed
tne case to the bupreme court and that
body is considering the appeal today.
Crawford and Crawford are attorneys
for the appealant and J. W. Knowles cf
this c.ty and Mr. Barber of Boise Idaho
are attorneys for the respondants.
INDUSTRIAL EDITION DID IT
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Srmth of Elgin
spent Sunday in La Grande.
S. H. Hopkins of E!gin was a visitor in
this city yesterday.
Ed Conlon of Telocaset was a Sunday
visitor in this city.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Oliver left this morn
ing for Union on a brief visit.
Mrs. Earnest Lewis left this morning
f jr Union to visit friends.
Attorney T. H. Crawford is in Pend
leton with business before the sup: erne
Miss Pauline Lederly visited relatives
in Pendieton over Sunday, returning last
Mr. and Mrs. William Holmes and
daughter of Enterprish are guests of Mrs.
A. K. French.
The Ladies Missionary Society of the
Methodist church will meet tomorrow
afternoon at tne parsonage.
J. M. Parker, one of Union, county's
pioneers is recovering from a siege of
sickness. His many friends are pleased
to know that he will soon be up. again
Mrs. D. Fitzgerald and daughter return
ed Saturday evening from may viiie Oregon
where they have been visiting relatives
for the past three weeks.
Attorneys J. D. Slater and J. W. Knowles
left last evening for Pendleton where they
have busii.ess before the supreme court
which meets there today.
W. W. Pankey, an electric lineman of
Baker City, visited friends in the city
over bunday. He was formerly em
ployed in this city.
This bright cold weather is putting the
world renowned red cheeks on the Grande
Ronde apples. Have you been out in the
orchards yet? If not, why not? You are
missing the sight of your life.
Adam Bois of Akron, Ohio, arrived in
the city yestarday jnd will go from here
to Summerville to visit his brother Mixe,
whom he has not seen in six year. Mr.
Bois is a barber and may possibly locate
in this valley.
Miss Charlotte Preston, of La Grande,
and Miss Anna MacFarland of Ottawa,
are being entertianed by Mrs. M. J. Buck
ley this week, 370 Thirteenth street
Telegram. The Recorders court will this evening
hear the case of the city against W. C.
Hansen, who is charged with disorderly
conduct. The complaining witness is W.
Broadhead. The trouble seems to be
over a pasture bill.
Miss Eva Wilson of Cove who is teach
ing a fall term of school at Medical
Springs passed thru Union Sunday. Miss
Wilson has been investing in horses and
so far h is been quite successful in her
Herbert Waldron and his sister, Miss
Jennie, both of DoSrnet South DakoU,
arrived in the city yesterday morning and
are visiting their relatives. Mr. and Mrs
H. S. Massee. After a brief visit here
they leave for Oregon City where their
parents will locate.
Mrs. George Carpy. who went to Port
land as one of the delegates to the fed
eration of Woman's Club convention re
turned yesterday. The other delegates
have not yet returned. Mrs. A. T. Hill
is visiting in Newbetgand Mrs. Bidwell
is still in Portland.
Ldmond Robinson, a former resident
of this city, spent Sunday here on
his way to Elmwood, California, where
nis idmny now resioes. tie is off on a
a twelve months leave of absence from
his official duties as clerk in the United
btates Land office at Bismark. North
i VVt liAN KlPAIk YOUR WATCH
i ar.d keep g.vj time.
en us t:iu Practic.i1.
tne r wa'.o.'i to
know.e.ige which enables us tj do tie : c
will give the desi red resu.t namely . :-: :: :
ACCURATE TIME KEEPING
It is also imposs b'.e to de'.v the j.w.t where we s- dei K.rgs Speck,
Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded.
About three weeksa;;o, this office mailed
a copy of the industrial edition to H. C.
Rogers of Menomome. Wisconsin. He
read it caiefuliy and considered with his
wife the advisibi.ity of coming west. La
Grande and its surroundings as pictured
n the special ed tion sent lum.su, to i mm.
and today he is cr-i.iy located m ce of
trie ..iner oui.air.gs on Washington
ue of this city. Ha and Mrs. Rogers ar
rived yesterday morning and hy th
motn.ng Mr. Rogers had heen tendered a
position as carpenter on the r.ew round
; house at $3 per day. Ho sas that at
east four faiml es from tvs city will he
scaled in La Grande before the v. nter ,s
I FINE CHINAWARE j
I have just received a new assortment of chinaware,
cut glass, and silverware. Gome ana examine uiem.
I know they will please With each $2.00 cash purchase
I am giving away a ticket which if presented at Hulee
Studio entitles you to a PHOTOGRAPH of yourself FREE
MRS. T.N- MURPHY
Hardware and crockery.
AS FULL OF GOODNESS
AS AIM EGG IS OF MEAT
The Flor De Hackman 10c. and
12,'c. cigar is always a winner
vvcri "uili" it stc! Thiy
afford the best and. sweetest smoke
to be had anywhere. There may
be better cigars but so far no one
has been able to kcate them.
C. E. HACKMAN,
Phono Red 158 1
Cor. Adams Avenue and Greenwood
IN CHARGE Or MSTfRS
The little five-year-old girl, the child of
Mrs. Vest, who is now in the asylum, is
no h being cared for by the Sisters of
Charity, It is likely that relatives of tl e
late Mr. Vest of Wallowa county, will
adopt the child.
The funeral of Mrs. W. J. Stanley who
died yesterday morning was held this
afternoon from the residence on the North
J. C. Ardrey, the well.known piano tun
er, will be in this city soon. If you have
any work in his line it will pay you to
wait for him. Watch for announcement.
DIED In Lower Cove Nov. 4 1906, the
infant son of Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Con
ner, aged 2 months and 17 days.
(Scrlpps News Amioclatlon)
' London, Nov. 5. Ambassador and Mrs.
Whitelaw Reid have returned to Wrest
Park, their country seat, after some visits
paid in Scotland. They are at present
giving a series of shooting parties at
Wrest Park. Mr. Reid comes up to Lon
don every day. They have planned to
sail from England on December 8th and
will spend several months in America.
OYSTERS ARE NOW IN SEASON
a id we are ready for you. Never have wa
seen hner than we are now offering.
Lare. fat and juicy with a delicious
flavor that will make you want more.
WE ARE READY
to serve them any style you like, raw, fried,
stewed, broiled, roasted. Whichever you
take you will find delicious. You can
have them at any time. After the show,
before the show or during the show. For
dinner, for lunch or for breakfast if you
say so. Come in and open the season.
The Model Restaurant
J. A ARBUCKLE. Prop.
M'-al Tiekfta I'.jr
O. M. HEACOCKJ
THE NEW JE'.VLER AND OPTICIAN
Opposite Bohnenkamp's Store
La Grande, Oregon X
NORTHWESTERN fOOI BALI SCORES
At Eugene Oregon 4. Willamette 0.
At Seattle Whitman 0. Wasnrgton 0
At Portland Multnomah 16. Ast.-ria 5
At Corvali.s O. A. C. 23. Pac.ix 'Var
At Uaker City H gh School 18 3o e
IN THE EAST
At Ann Arbor Michigan 10, Vandei
At Ithaca - Cornell 2 J. Western 0.
At Lafarette - Notre Dame 2. Purdue 0.
At Madison Wisconsin 18. Icwa 4.
At West Point -Yale 10. Army 6.
At Cambridge- Harvard 9. Brown 5.
At Princeton -Princeton 42. Dart
T. J. Andrews of East Liverpool Ohio,
arrived in the city last evening and wil
spend a month visiting his son A. V
Andiews. The senior is one of a party
ot thirty that left East Liverpool in
special car to tour the coast and spend
the w. nter m southern California. He
left the party at Ouden to come here.
6P. ! A- U'errv. formerly a resident of
1 th.s c.ty. but for the past few years locat
ed at Portland ard vicinity, arrived in the
c.ty 'ast S-turday evening and v.'.,i re
main Mr. Cherry expects to engage in
the lauidry business here and is now
arrang.ng f ir a suitable building in which
to install a complete steam laundry plant.
Mr. Cherry was formerly engaged in the
laundry business in this city. Mrs.
Cherry expects to join him here in a few
RUSSIAN iffiCER ASSASSINATED
iSorlH' News Association)
tvsrmnovgorod. Rus. Nov. 5 -During
arrry maneuvers, Colonel BozberoneofT
was shot by one of his own men. It is
thought the affair is entirely accidental.
All cartridges were suposcd to be blank.
ISor'.pps News Association)
"dsmngion, Nov. o l he supreme
court today practically sustained the va
lidity of the franchise tax levy, in dis
missing the case of Covington and Cin
cinnati Bridge Company against Auditoi
Hager, of Covington.
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