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EVKSUtO OBSERVER, LA GRANDE, OREGOS, WEDXES0A V, JCXK 10, 1008.'
LA GRANDE CHURCH
IA GRANDE'S TREMEXDOl'S- EVEXTPTIi CIItRCH SALE IS
CLOSED, THE SALE BEING LARGELY PATRONIZED, . ALL THE CITY
CHURCHES SIIOfcLD RECEIVE A SUBSTANTIAL " BENEFIT, FOR
WHICH THE MANAGEMENT. 19 GRATEFCTj.
THEY WISH ALSO TO THANK THE GOOD PEOPLE OF THE CITY
AND COUNTY FO RTHEIR GENEROUS PATRONAGE AND DESIRE TO
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TIMES, TO THE TEMPLE OF ECONOMY LA GRANDE'S LEADING
DRY GOODS EMPORIUM.
YOC WILL BE ABLE TO FIND AT OUR ESTABLISHMENT THE
VERY LATEST CREATIONS, PATTERNS AND DESIGNS, AT THE MOST
MODERATE PRICES. '., ; ' " '
, OUR AIM AND BEST ADVERTISEMENT IS A
TOMER. ARE YOU A MEMBER OF THIS CLASS?
Tins SALE 1L8 NECESSARILY LEFT A GREAT MANY ODDS AND
'ENDS AND REMNANTS WIHCH WE OFFER NOW AT THE FORMER
SALE PRICE. . COME TOTS FOR YOUR EVERY WANT IN DRY GOODS
AND CLOTHING. ,
THE PEOPLE'S STORE
Notwithstanding 'report there U
not a cut of scarlet fever In or near Brownsville.
"The Most Comfortable The
ia the Home." .
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.'he can tec turn, but bt can't br"
. Ask for
Vudor Porch Shades,
We Mave Them in Four Sizes
4 ft, 6 ft, 8ft, and 10 ft, 7 ft 8 incheg high
. Pendleton, June A chake-up In
the Pendleton team will be made by
Manager Lurtmer during the next few
days and a winning' aggregation se
cured. Several notorious weaknesses
in the local nine, known to the man
ager and fans generally, will . be
strengthened by the Installation of new
men. '. x '. .
Efforts will be made, to turn out
team that will be a pennant winner.
This means a good, deal of improve'
ment since La Grande's lead on the
flag ia big. ...
During the early part of the season
lack of funds served as a handicap to
the backer of the locals. Several
ot tne players nave oeen kepi uieii
on sufferance because cash was not on
hand to get better men. These will be
given their releases and new and bet
ter men gotten. .
- Emerlck of Baker, Isaacs of Pay
ette, Idaho, and Crocker of Spokane
are among the likely candidates for
honors with the Pendleton team.
The schedule of new plans was de
vised as soon as it was seen from the
canvass of the city by the subscription
committee that the money needed for
the support of a first-class team would
be forthcoming. With' several nun
dred dollars' in cash and promises of
more secured on the first trip 'of the
committee. Manager Larimer- was as
sured by them that the necessary
changes in the team might be made
with safety. . .
Wisconsin Peerless White Enameled, as Good
fine New Carpets Arriving Daily
A Full Line of Carpets, Mattings, Rugs, Art Squares
and Linoleums .
mB)0K &. FRITTSI
:L'-'.-J : ; . Dealers in Furniture and Carpels - - - - - -T.
At the PaellnMi.
' The Pastime ha a strong eet of
film this week. The songs are bright
nd catchy, and the banjo as played
by Mr. Ardrey add much, to the eve
ateg! eatertalkmeat The picture
The Oregon delegation to the head
camp of the Modern woodmen of
America at Peoria,', III. is now on Its
way. The last of the delegates to join
the representation was Fred B. Currey,
Junior editor of The Observer, who be-
capie a part of the delegation th!r
morning. . when No. arrived In tht
City. In the party are. four delegates
and State Deputy J. V. Simmons.
The camp lasts five days.
The delegation Is composed of a
merry set and as all the delegates are
accompanied by their wives, the party
consists of nine people, namely:
Messrs. and Mesdames W. T.
Vaughn of Portland; George Peal, of
Medford: W. II. Kendall of Albany:
P. B. Currey of La Grande, and Mr.
J. W. Simmons of Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. Currey return by wcy
of New Orleans and southern Califor
nia, and are due home in about three
Prominent Millionaire. Dead.
Hrmstead, L. I., June 10. Oliver
H. P. Belmont died of appendicitis
and peritonitis in his country home at
6:40 this morning.. Hope for his re
covery Wis abandoned last night, when
members of the family remained at
his bedside. Belmont was a promi
nent member of ajTnmlly of million
aires, of wide financial Interests, and
one. of the leading New Tork finan
ciers. He gave much time to sports,
and wa the owner of fine race horses.
He was stricken suddenly with acute
developments of a disease which is
supposed to have been of long standing.
The work placed on exhibition by
the Sacred Heart academy In the "win
dows of Newlln's drug store, Jack
Peare's Jewelry store and the Harris
art store, is all work of the pupils of
the different grades of .that Institu
tion, and Is deserving of the highest
praise. . .... . ;
The water colors consist of maps,
landscape and floral pictures.
' The two maps of Europe are mas
terpieces, one of which is done in the
raised work. The floral pieces show
graceful lines and good understanding
of the subject. The landscapes are ex
cellent The embroidery work Is good
also, as Is the work In pyrography.
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proach, and the illustration of Grey's
"Elegy written In a country church
yard" shows exceptional talent The
essay written on different part ot
the valley are all good. Taken as a
whole the work of the Sacred Heart
academy Is the best that has ever been
displayed before the La Grande pub
Report on Accident Is Ready.
San Pedro, Cal., June 10. It was
announced today that the report of
the board of Inquiry appointed by Ad
miral Dayton to investigate the cause
of the explosion on the cruiser Ten
nessee last week, when eight were
killed, has been sent to Washington.
Nothing was learned as to the con
( Primaries an Issue.
Richmond, Va June 10. Repeal of
the present party primary law will be
one of the Issues to be threshed out
In the democratic state convention at
Roanoke tomorrow. It Is believed
that the Denver delegation to be se
lected will be favorable to Bryan.
. At Sherwood'.
The program at Sherwood's I ex
ceptionally good this week. The ongs
are good and there la plenty of fun In
the picture, but the crowning feature
of the program Is Nero and the Burn
ing of Rome, which Is perfect even
to the smallest detail.- Don't fall to
see It. It Is worth your time and
Coughs and Goldo
Foley's Honey and Tap not ooty
tops the cough, but heals and trengtU-'r'
en the lungs and prevents serious re
sults from a cold.
There Is no danger of Pneumonia,
... .a A. V. m liftlH ftftP.'-
trouble if Foloy'a Hony and Tar
Is taVen, It will care the most stub
bora coughs the dangerous kind that
settle on the lungs and may develop ,
Into pneumonia over night.
If you nave a cough or cold do not
risk Pneumonia when Foloy'a Honay
and Tar will cure you quickly and
Strengthen your lungs. " '
Remember the nam Folej"&"
Honey and Tar-and refuse any
substitute offered. Do not take chance '
with some nnkqown preparation that
costs yon the same when you can get
Foloy'a Honey and Tar, that cost
yoil no more and Is safe and certain.
In results. Contains no opiates.
Cored After Physicians Said Ha
' E, H. Jones, Pastor M. E. Church,
Grove, lid., writes: "About seven or
eight years ago I had a very sever cold
Which physician said was very near
pneumonia, and which they afterward
pronounced consumption. . Through a
trlend I was induced to try a sample of'
Foley's Honey and Tar, which gar ma
so much relief that I bought some of
the regular aba. Two or three bottles
cured m of what the physicians caUad
consumption, and I have never had any
troubl with my throat or longs siooo
Thie siea-25c, 50c, $1.00. -
The 50 cent six contains two and
one-half time a much as th smell tree
and th $1.00 bottl almost sis Umea
NEWTIX DRCO CO,
f GRANDE R0NDE I
High Flnanrhw Dead.
Los Angeles, June 10. Judson C.
nrusle, secretary of the state board of
railroad commissioner, who was ar
rested here Sunday charged with em
bezzlement of funds belonging to th
Metropolitan Bonding A Surety com
psny, of which he was the San Fran
cisco representative, died this morn
ing In the Cala hospital, where he was
taken last night following his release
PH0E IS YOUR ORDERS
City Meat Market Main 50
Fir Street Market Main 48
Our large trade permits us to handle only the best of
everything to be found in a' first class market.
Try our home made Bacor, Hams and Lard.
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