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EVENING OBSERVER. LA GRAMME. OREGON. THURSDAY, JDXG II, 190.
... LOCAL ITEMS. '
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Mi's.. J. A. Arbuckle and daughter
Nora, left this 'moraine tor Portland. ''
' Harris French expects to leave to
night for Portland for a short stay.
M. S. Bloch went to Portland last
. I night, where he .was called on account
' JsJ the lcknM,B ls on. David.
" rm-v Mrs. L. Maarera nf Htlvarrl 1.ft iM
morning for Pendleton, where she will
Miss Lulhla Ryder of Portland, ar
rived this morning en route to Imbler,
to visit relatives.
Miss Lena Edmunds returned from
Portland this morning, where she has
been visiting fu: several months.
, J. Bower of the " Hot Enterprise,
passed through the city on his way to
I O. D. Nelll, a business man of Gree
y "Tley. Col., Is In La Grande as the guest
i.ot his uncle, C. F. Beckiey.
George W. Hansen, Jr., has been sp.
pointed postmaster' at North fcowder,
vie Walter Jonn TMlnn). ..
Mr. and Mrs. Robert French have
returned from - Philadelphia, where
Mr, French has recently completed a
course In pharmacy..
fj. K. Tnornin the architect, re
turned from Enterprise yesterday,
where he had been on professional
fMr. and Mrs. 8. A. Haworth went to
Portland this morning-, to be away
several weeks In hopes of benefiting
Mr. Haworth's health.
Matt Shaw of Weston, and a former
citizen of the Grande Ronde valley
was In Pendleton yesterday on a bus
iness trip. Pendleton1 Tribune.-
Miss Inez Making, a member of
the '08 graduating class of the Wfi
ton .Normal, arrived in La Grande on
her way to her home In Enterprise.
Miss Young. Instructor of vocal
music at St.- Past's school. Walla
11a, Is vhlting the Misses Imogen
nd Ruth -Risks' 11, of this city.
Machinist Hoyl left tidny for Port
land to Join hlx w:? who has been
visiting frlor.Cn Ihvre. They will re
turn to La Grande In a few days.
Delyle Crv'h. has returned to his
wort In the'Nr. l: W'ext etore, after an
abwnc 'of 'wvernl -weeks, on account
Fon-mnn of Vntcr Penlce Teters,
of kvfr O. ft. & N wlso tins been In the
crry for the p-ast several days, leaves
fnrVendleton today In the pursuit of
Misses I!s Moss and Joyce Craig,
who have been attending .Whitman
college, arrived In La Grande last
night and left for their respective
homes lit Allcel and Enterprise.
Miss Vada Smith of Allcel',' returned
from Weston last night. She was ac
companied by her sister's Olive and
J"sle, who attended the commence
ment exercise at Weston.
Mrs. Edna Swart returned last night
from Portland While away she vis
ited at the home of G. W. Nelson of
Camas, Wash., a former resident
of La Grande. Mr. Nelson Is well
pleased with Ms new home.
. Ewlng Humphreys, a student at the
Weston Normal, returned last night to
La Grande.' Ho will probably spend
ttiejumrm.r here. Mr. Humphreys Is
a'brfcthcr of C. M. Humphreys, the
' IF YOU RDOLLAR WAS as large as thf, PIWU KUBIAI. CART-WIIEKL, AND YOUR DOLLAR
TWKT, ITS M7.E, IT COI LI NOT DO ANY MORE FOR YOU THAN THE COMMON EVtHY-DAY 1M)I
WILL IK NOW RIGHT NOW THIS MINUTE, AT
Il lSVend 1. boys' Hats
mnm n it tt
Miss Ethel Wells of Hot Lake, Is
spending the day with Mr. and Mrs.
Ray Logan of this city.
Mrs. A." A. Roberts f arrived last
night from Arizona, where she has
been spending the winter. 8he was
accompanied as far as Pendleton by
her sister, Mrs. Thomas Ayers.
A case was filed In the circuit court
which has considerable distinction in
that It is the first case In Oregon to
come under the new interstate com
merce law passed by congress. The
suit Involves the question of rates from
Portland, Col., to Oils city, and the
principals In it are the O. R. & N., by
Claude Johns, attorney tor the com
pany, and O. F, Coolldge. The litiga
tion Is to recover the difference be
tween 35 and 80 cents per 100 on a
shipment of cement to this place. Mr.
Coolldge paid his freight bill at the
rats of 3S cents per hundred and the
new laws of the commerce depart
ment establishes a rate of (0 cents.
Treat WIU Speak.
Brunswick, Ga., June 11. An ad
dress of welcome by Congressman W.
G. Brantley ' opened the 17th annual
meeting of the Georgia Bankers' asso
ciation here today. A banquet at the
Hotel Oglethorpe will be tendered the
visiting financiers this evening. The
feature of the session will be an ad
dress tomorrow by Charles H. Treat,
treasurer of the United States, oa "The
Sioux City. Iowa, June II, All the
lending financial Institutions of the
stnte have representation at the an
nual convention of Hie Iowa Bankers'
association, opened today. The session
will be concluded tomorrow and will
be addressed by banking authorities
of this and other states.
Timit Is 'Sore."
Berlin, June 1 l.--Charlemagne
Tower, former United States ambas
sador to Germany, and lately succeed
ed by David Jayne Hill, left the city
today for Paris. "I never expect to
visit Germany again," he said. "Un
der the .conditions of my farewell, I
feel 1 could never return, and I will
withdraw entirely from public life."
All parties are hereby notified
not to use water for Irrigation
purposes tomorrow, June II.
Reservoir Is to be' cleaned and
water Is needed for fire protec-
tlon. H. C. OILMAN.
At Utn Court House.
The O. R. & N. company has filed
papers In a suit to recover from O. F.
Coolldge, money alleged to be due for
Don't Take Our Word for it ComeSee for Your Self twill Pay You
II. JJ and II. SO men's Dress
li t to tl.St men Hats
The ladles of the Fve Hundred club
win meet at the home of Mrs. J. C
Gulling this afternoon. " '
J. T. Yount and Abner Cantwell of
Prairie City, Grant county, are In the
city today on land office matters. Mr.
Cantwell Is a business man in his
home town and remarks that though
his county went dry by It votes, he
foresees a splendid run "of business
this summer. A large percentage of
the business men of that city are much
elated over the turn of the election
on the liquor question.
J, H. Lynch of Pendleton, was a
land office visitor today. ' ,
The Pendleton-Baker City series at
Pendleton did not' open today as plan
ned. The action of the Baker City
management In trying to hold the
Walla Wallans for another scries. Is
Social Tomorrow .Night. ,
A cordial Invitation Is extended to
all young people of the city to attend
a social srlven ov the . Christian t En
deavor of "the (Presbyterian church,v at
the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
Hanna on next. Friday night. . An en
tertainment consisting of games and
music wrll be rendered. The Invitar
tton to attend Is general.
. - St. Peter's Guild Hold Social.
. The ladles of the St. Peter's guild
held a social yesterday . afternoon.
Waffles sn,d fritters with genuine ma
ple syrup, and coffee, were served,
and a general good time was enjoyed
Cincinnati, O. June 11. Follow
ing the convention of the Wholesale
Saddlery Association of the United
States, In session here since Tuesday,
the National Saddlery Manufacturers'
association opened Its meeting today.
A banquet, to be attended by both the
Jobbers and maufacturers, will be held
this evening.. '
Fireman Gottlmrs Injured.'
: Fireman Gettlnga met with an acci
dent this morning at the found house,
while working with his engine In some
way he lost his balance and fell head
long Into the turntable pit, receiving
a severe cut, on the head. Dr. Bacon
dressed the wound and Mr. Getttngs
la able to be about this afternoon.
At the PaMJme. '
The special feature at the Pastime
tonight will be scenes from Haw
thorne's "Scarlet Letter." The songs
and banjo selections are bright and
catchy and a general all around good
program will be given.
FOR SALE New alfalfa hay for sale.
John W. McAllister. 'Phone, Far
The La Grande Cash Meat company
has a large advertisement on pgge 7
It will pay you to look It over care
fully. New ncta"r,iiit.
On or about July ; w r. i'I reopen
our restaurant on De;i:t st.v.t. Our
new quarters will be l.i. r.V.i' 1 with
the latest modern a; f I.Uiir.nts,
which will be a credH to x city.
Watch far our opening announcement.
-10-16 POLLOCK & GILBANKJt.
C5c to ?6o men's Un li
12.00 ladles Walm
REM EMBER I THERE IS HOTrriNQ Rlf-ERVED, NO EXCEP.
TIONS. EVERY ARTIC1J3 fN OUR STORE AT REDUCED PRICE DUR
ING THIS GREAT JULY UNLOADING MALE IN TN(t.
The line of Rust-Proof steel Corsets we are now showing comprise sll the popular
numbers of the past, with the addition of several numbers new styles, sbsslutely up to
date in every detail of design, fit, material, and construction.
This Corset is Empire
in shape above the waist
The hips and front are
long and have hose sup
White Batiste $1.00
XI Warners Rust-Proof
straps cross In back and tie in front. White Batiste, trimmed with torchon lace and 1
wash ribbon. Used mostly by stout well developed figures. PRICE 50cts.
JHE GOLDEN RULE C0 I
. Notice to Creditors.
Notice hi hereby given to all whom
It may concern, that Mertle Aldrich
has been appointed by the county
court of Union county, Oregon, admin
Istratrlx of the estate of Mary A. Al
drich, deceased. All persons having
claims against the estate of said de
ceased are required to present them
with proper- vouchers within six
months from the date hereof, to the
administratrix at the office of Arthur
C. Williams, rooms 1 and i, southwest
corner of Depot street and Adams
avenue. La Grande, Union county.
Dated June 5, 1908.
Administratrix of the Estate of Mary
A. Aldrich, Deceased.
Strayed or Stolen.
A sorrel filly, t years old; branded
"F. B." on left shoulder. White stripe
full length of forehead, and one white
hind i foot One bay, 2-year-old,
branded the same as first named,
leading to recovory. Fred - Braden,
H t C lU'NDHElJS OF AHTICI.ES IN THIS M'I.ENDIR HTOCK, AS
,V! JP MAKKEH Xlt THIS KALE, HAVE DOl IIMCIK-YES, I.V MANY IN.
kM 1 ssf Emm KTASn-M TR1I1LF.U THE PURCIIASINO POWEIt OF YOUIl DOI I.1H
, Style 231
This style Is designed
for long waist.well propor
tioned figures. The skirts
are extra long at front and
sides. Hose . supporters
attached. ' .
White Batiste $1.50
No. 2 Brassiere is ffjfce worn with
FOR SALE A first grade piano; will
trade for a team or good city prop
erty. 'Phone or cull fin H. A. Wat
son, Red 1401.
FREE TO Y0U-MY SISTER ajSSr
. . ..
4 rtcrt.jr.1, cur lr-'r.Vlr.
Lsc"' 1 liimpnaw. and health alwaya reiulu from
Whw;a- you livw. I ran you to l..l'
sr tt,i;l7-r tint this llooi. Trtm n.-,llr
atron,, plump sM r..b.it. Juti ..-nil ma ..ur
alwthabook. W.ltnto.ly, a. yo m,y Out
miko. m. bur,inLH9, cox II.
Ui CRtNDK, OKEfrOX.
IT.C0 ladles' Bklrts 13.t
lOe to 76b ladles' BelU ...tSo
A long medium high
bust corset for ', tall, well
developed figures. Very
deep bust gore.
White Batiste $2.00
or without a corset. The 1
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FOR SALE One dark bay tfrlvltn
horse, "Bashaw," IT hamls btuh.
Mrs, D, C. Llndsry, Island City, Or
I know woman's SnlfrlBga
fnav Iirana IM curat
will Bail. Itm of snjr eharfa. my fimne irw.
nt with fall Instruction in -n-
' .V'; NJ
wamu s siliMnt. 1 want to toll m wonur, , Ut
tiiineunr-jtoe, my ruder, for rourwli. ysuravn..'r,
four mother, or roor nietar. 1 want to Ml rxit- w
to urs fouraalvas at boms without tha hlt: V
ioctut. Men cannot andVratand woman's sultrit
What we woman know Irons cipwicnu, wa know
twttar than any doctor. I know Uiat ra7bKv trnrb.
jwnt Is . safe and sura curs fur Uocnrrlwes Mt
tt "''"": 1'lcat.tton, D4ia.nmt or
Pwtod.. Utrrlna or Ovarian Tsmora or Urowtkv .
a!a paving i in tbe hand, back and bow,!,, k-san.
own ledlnrs, nervousnnsa, crarn;nr fullna
lbs anlna, sMlancboly, dviMrs ta cry, bot tullrv
waarlnna, kklrwy and btotfdar trout-let Utm
Csuaad by waaknacaas pacullar to our sox.
T" " "tl'U ton day': rtrt
esaat entirely Iras to pnria to -hi that you ran cura
rourw-lf st noma, raailr. quickly ait surely.
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