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THE GOLDEN RULE CO.
THE GOLDErj QULE CO.
.THE GOLDEN MJLE 0.
TiA GRANDE EVENING OBSERVER FRIDAY, . JUNE 3, 1910
' THE SWELL DRESSER
Ordinarily lias some place where
he is accustomed to buy his fur
nishings. ; -
We ..believe we can show any
one where it is to their interest
to look at our line before buying.
$10.00 Suits in Worsteds and wool
' suitings; values that surprise
you; beautiful patterns and
$15.00 Suits a much larger assort
ment and a good substantial
suit in every way a garment
that will hold its shape and al
ways look well.
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If it , is a Suit, a pair of
CUoves, some Hosiery, or Un
. derwear, a trimmed Hat, a
neat pair of Oxfords or a Silk
Dress you -may have.jn mind
we can show you a nice line
and at prices too that mean a
neat saving to you.
There is nothing that .looks so nice in the home
as a table all set with nice dinner ware "when one
is good and hungry.'' We quote Johnson's English.
Sum-Porcelain: : ' : v
'. Elite, white per set of 57 pieces. . . .v. . .$5.48
Elite, white per set of 13 pieces .'. 1 . . .V. . . . .$8.50
Beautiful decorated,English dinner ware; new pat
terns and shapes; 42 piece set . . . .-. ....... $6.00
74 piece set . . . ... : . . . . . . . v. . .. .... . .. .$13.50
There is nothing better than Johnson's goods
made. ' ' ;- ' ' -
BOYS READY TO WEAR LINE
, A great many of us can rezr.em
: ber the time when it was the cus
tom for women folks to make the
boys suits and pants and other
articles of wearing, apparel need
ed : by the little man. , You . can't
afford to bother with these things
x any more. You can buy them cheaper and they
look nicer and are better than the average woman
can make. You don't have to do any sewing at all.
If you have a boy to dress atthis time a couple of
good wash suits is what lie needs and they can be
had at $1.40 to $1.65. Besides these he will need a
nice Hat pair of Shoes and some Stockings; also
some Summer Underwear and your boy is fitted
v. out.'-' ' :'v '
Nice Underwear for children is the Union J3uit
in bright bal brigan. We sell it in all sizes for boys
at 50c per suit. .' . ' ; '
There are lots of good Stoves
on the Market
We don't claim this. to be the only good one but
we do claim that it is as good as "any and a whole
lot cheaper. "
. . . . . . .
$50.00 to $70.00 in price.
It . stands upon legs 5 in. high, has a large oven
'. that is made dust proof of one piece of heavy sheet
. steel; the interlinging is of-5-8 in. asbestos; high
warming oven; 10-gal.1 resdrvoir of ,14 oz. copper;
all stain nickel trimmings that are easily kept clean,
besides being as good a cooker as you can buy at
any price. It's a neat looking piece of furniture in
the house. ' . . .
, Guaranteed in every way.
The Golden Rule Co.
The Golden Rule Co.
Look for it in the Bargain Basement
The Golden Rule Co.
The Subterfuge. , ' , :
Uprising of the Utes. .
April Pool Day.
Song We're Almost Home. (Ma
. rlo's swan song.
; LOCAL TK8.
j Parxy Clark who has been eriously
ill this week, is much improted to-
I H. C Rdnehart went out' to Sum
Tnerrille last evening : to look after
liupiness matters. ;
. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Johnson of Salt
,ke are registered at a local hotel
tMs morning.' ;"V-'
CUlre Scriber : Is recovering nice
!jf at the hospital from effects of a
ilicate operaUon performed by Doc
i r Molltor the other day. ; V
Mrs. John Shea, and Mrs. W. P.
i obinson and Mls Emma Bell Gray
I re for a month's stay In Portland,
tMs evening. ".
Water Superintendent H. C. Oilman
ho was qnlte seriously Injured last
( -enlng In & ran away when on .his
up toSay and will be back at bis
work -sbortly. His face Is badly
bruised. . " "
Chase Bohnenkamp is ; expected
home from Louisville, Ky, tonight or
tomorrow. He has. been attending
school there the past year.
' Mrs. H. C. Rinehart wOl leave
Sunday evening for Portland to at
tend the Rose Carnival and lalso to
be present nt the meeting of the
grand lodge of Eastern Star, of which
organization she Is one of the promi
nent mesabers in the state.
the last one had gone. A dozen par
ties left with private teams, many
of them carrying lunches with the
intention of making the day a picnic
Only a few public offices are open
otherwise the town is deserted as
:far as commerce Is concerned.
Fruit Trees. .
D. H. Porter, representing Milton
Kurseries. Order now for fall and
spring delivery. ;
TEAMS, AUTOS AXD TRAIN PRESS
ED INTO 8EBYICSE ALL DAT.
Unprecedented Delegafloa Tislts the
Union Stock how.
ay to his fruit ranch 1 able to be
Commercial activities re at a
complete standstill In 7a Grande to
day, following an unprecedented ex
odus from the metropolis of the val
ley which commenced at utiriie this
morning and continued nnUl even af
ter the soon hour. ' The greater por
tion of the delegation to Union left
La Grande at 10 o'clock on a special
train with great tooting of horn, beat
lng of drum fluttering of, ribbon and
all given color with gay and holiday
airs by something like 700 citizens of
La Grande .
An automobile caravan, composed of
more than 20 autos, all carrying ca
pacity loads, commenced to point
their lights toward Union at daylight
and It was afternoon today before
DR. M. P. ME
DOCTOR OF OPTICS.
PERMANENTLY LOCATED AT
110 ADAMS ATE.M E, OPPOSITE
DR. MENDELSOHN'S GLASSES
GIVE THE BEST RESULTS.
ONE CHARGE COVERS ENTIRE
COST OF EXAMINATION,
. Over ffSOO people In this town
and county are ready and wllliag
to testify with great pleasure to
the ability el Dr. Mendelsohn. Ask
yonr neighbor or your physician
where Is the most reliable place
to have yeur eyes fitted with glass
es. ' '
The doctor is endorsed by all of
the leading " oculists of Portland
and all of the physicians' in La
The entire problem lies In these
three words RlghUy fitted lenses.
' All broken lens replaced while
you wait Charges reasonable. .
TOUR CASE HILL HOT PUZZLE
and he gnarantees satisfaction In
Office hours from 8:30 to 12; and
from 1 to 5. By special appoint
ments in the evening. -v-
HOT LAKE SCENE OF AN AMUS
' ING INCIDENT YESTERDAY.
Items' of General Interest from "Lake"
Hot Lake June, June 3. Special
Summer has been properly announced
at Hot Lake. . The circus bill pos
ter has arrived and all the blank
walls have been decorated with the
usual paper lions and impossible
' One family Is represented by four
generations here this week. The treat
grand mother is accompanied by her
daughter, her grand daughter and
great grand daughter. The entire
family were able to take dinner in
the grill today.
Harvey W. Scott and son L. W.
Scott are Sanatorium patients today.
To bo more exact Mr. Scott, the great
Oregonian editor, Is a patient and
Mr. Lester W. Scott Is the guest. Mrs.
Scott accompanied by Mr. Scott's sis
ter is expected to reach Hot Lake this
evening. V;k&."-i '
' The mayors, of three Idaho and
two Washington towns all met in the
lobby this morning. The meeting
had every appearance of a municipal
congress. Each mayor expressed
himself as having the honor to repre
sent the best town and hardest Job.
It was discovered that all had rheu
matism so it was voted that worry
and hardship encountered in the va
rious city balls were about equal and
la case any one of them felt that
they were being over worked their
' Airdome Opens Tomorrow. . .
Tomorrow evening at 8:30, the
new summer theatre, the Airdome,
will open its doors to the public, and
from all appearances standing room
will be at a premium, as La Grandites
love a stock company,, and then there
has never been as large or cool a
place used as a theatre in the city.
: The Airdome will in reality be a
substitute for a park, a place where a
person can go and take his family,
hear good, music see as good a show
as one can see In a large city, and
have a good time during the evening
J and the whole thing won't cost h'-m
ua tuucu bb vue lime i iu a tun lVu
show. ' i
Mr. Lowe has a company superior
to any stock company ever seen, here,
the company numbering twelve peo
ple, and theatre goers will only have
to Bee the opening bill "The Minister's
Wife," to appreciate this fact. .
resignation might be accepted If the
matter was properly presented to a
Read the Observer for sport.
0O00$O0O00O0 V0 400
1 he Largest btock
vl jui vrtass, nana jrainiea v;nuia, Oliver-; .
ware, Sterling and Plated), ever shown in
Eastern Oregon for ,
JUNE WEDDING GIFTS.
We also have a large stock of Plain Band
Wedding Rings, any style or size, 14 Kart
: Solid Gold, at $1.25 dwt. ; :
WE WILL SAVE YOU MONEY.
SIEGR1ST & ) COMPANY
JEWELERS AND OPTICIANS.
The . Largest Jewelry Store in Eastern
Oregon. LA GRANDE , Ore.