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EVENING OBSERVER. LA GRANDE. ORECO.V.
FRIDAY. JISTB 1. 1908.
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V ' LOCAL ITEMS. .
t. C. Brlehoux has. returned from a
trip to the Ukluh country..
: Oren Wagoner of Enterprine, Is In
the city visiting friends.
.Mrs. T. E. IV'lUo'i Is home from u
brief visit to Portland, ( .
N. K. West today received a fine
new racing cart from the "cast, .
Judge Olmstead and Famuel Lltch
of Enterprise,, are In La Grande for
a few days on business.
jSreman Hume lft last evening fpr
Portland to be'' gone a few days on
buslne.m.. . , '
Hon. Walter M. Pierce left today
for Pendleton on burlness matters. He
will return Sun Wv.
Ed Winkler went to Portland this
morning:. He will spend a week or
two with his mother, who resides
there, ' "' t '
'Howard Eberly; sqn of Mrs. A.' B.
.nueim, reiurnea lust nigm irom vj.
A. C where, he has been a student
4pr the past year. , '
'a Grant Lincoln goes to V'alla Walla
Saturday night to spend' Sunday In the
. Garden City, where the baseball team
A pile driver and five outfit cars
were taken to Bonneville from here
today. The outfits have been held In
the local yards for about two weeks.
11 yuu ever weni camping in yuur
life, look into, the corner window of
the W. H. Bohnenkamp Co. hard
ware store. It will certainly ' bring
jck a few golden memories.
Mrs. P.O. S. Reavla of Enterprise,
was In La Grande last night on her
way to Cambridge, Idaho, to visit her
brother, : who la in business at that
William Drlseoll, who has spent
some time at placer mining at the
Camp Carson-mints, Is In the city to
. day, He expects to resume his posi
tion on the logging train soon. '
Miss Vlrgene Wade, who has been
In Tacoma as a student nurse, re
turned' to La Grande this morning,
' and will spend the Uext six weeks at
Great preparations were being made
this afternoon for the Trip Abroad.
Cars have been leaving the Presbyter-
Ian church at regular Intervals, and
will continue to do so .until after 7
o'clock this evening. .
Manager O'Brien In ; his husky
Babes left today for Walla Walla to
open with that team tomorrow. The
new pitcher, Howard, formerly with
thL Frakes at Portland, met (he team
Mrs. O. H. Kchwerdtmann of Port
land, returned to her home this morn
ing. She has been visiting the D. D.
Turners and was one of the guests of
honor at the Rosa family reunion last
Sunday. , .
Furnish Slater of Portland, who has
been visiting for severaf days at the
home of his parents In this city, has
gone to La Grande to visit for some
time before returning to the metrop
olis, Pendleton East Oregonlan.
Mrs. F. 8. Ivanhoe, who has been
spending the past week with friends
In Wallowa county, returned last eve
ning. ' Bhe went ostensibly to be pres
A M Kinds!
FKLD and GARDEN
$ In bulk and in packages.
We have been the seed
' distributor of this 'county
for several years and our
stock as usual is complete.
feed of All Kinds
EARLY ROSE SEED
: : STORAGE : :
A. V. OLIVER
ent at the wedding of Mr. and Mrs.
Car Repairers Burke, Johnson and
Shamber went to Hllgard at noon to
day to put new jvhoels under the pas
senger coach that jumped the track
near there a few nights ago. : It will
require about' 12 hours' time to do
Garret Taal. formerly an employe
of the O. R. & N. In this city, but now
located on a ranch four miles but of
town, celebrated the 26th anniversary
of his birthday yesterday. Among the
guests present were W. Harrison,
head engineer at the O. II. & N. power
house. . . ' - "
Mrs. G. C, Osborne of La Grande,
Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. O.
Carden. She Is on her way home
from an extended visit to the far east
ern states, haying come back by way
of Washington In the different 'towns
of which she hag been visiting friends
for several days. Oregonlan.
Rev. C. E. Deal left , for Payette
this morning, where be "will be In at
tendance at the district convention of
the Epworth league for a few days.
Mrs. Deal and the children went as
far as Union, where they will be the
guests of Mr. Deal's brother until af
ter Sunday. Rev. Deal will return
Mrs. Albert Hunter, who Is in witn
typhoid. Is some better today than,
yesterday and It Is hoped that her re
covery will now be rapid. Her
mother, Mrs. E. W. Barnes, and her
sister. Miss Affle Barnes of North
Ppwder, are . still with her. , Dr.
Barnes came down last evening, and
after spending the night at Island City
returned to North Powder this morn
ing. . ' - - - J'-,- :
Jay C. Waldron, storekeeper for the
George Palmer Lumber company's
camp at the end of the Palmer spur,
came In to La Grande last evening
with C. L. Gary, who suffered a se
vere Injury. He was skidding logs at
the camp at the, time, and a log rolled
against his ankle, bruising It severe
ly. ;He was taken to the Grande
Ronde hospital, where he Is resting as
well as could be expected today.
XEW COI RT HOUSE.
After Homing for Many Year
Provide a Xew ITomp.
Wallowa county has never owned
Its own court house, having been a
tenant alt of these years. This evi
dently will not always be the case.
County Judge-elect Olmstead and
Commissioner Sam Lltch are In tjie
city today looking over our court
house building, with a view of secur
ing pointers. ,The building used as a
court house In La Grande Is consider
ed one of the most modern, up-to-date
building In the state and cost
many thousands of dollars less than
many,- no more pretentlpus buildings.
Both gentlemen were surprised after
looking over our structure to note
the thorough workmanship and the
low price, including furniture and all
n. A. FOTE DEAD., .
Wan Koii-In-Ijiw of Ditnl'mii Wright
and a Member of Elks' Lo);e.
B. A. Foye, son-ln-lnw of Dunham
Wright of Medical Springs, died at
the Wright home yesterday morning
of con-iumptlon. Mr. Foye was
years of age. He was married to
Grace Wright Juno 14, 1904. The
wife and a little son 3 years old, are
left to miss the love of husband "and
father. The deceased was a member
of the Sioux City, Iowa, lodite of Flks.
and the Baker City members of thut
order have taken charge of the fune
ral and Interment, which will occur
today at Mcdic.il Springs.
Drliiyed l'lln: Arrlo.
The shortage In the program at
Sherwood's Electric theater has been
corrected today by the arrival of the
delayed film from the film house.
Though presenting an abbreviated
program laHt evening, the house en
joyed a full attendance. The delayed
films will be seen tonlght. and their
titles appear In the house ad. In this
Issue. This makes a strong attructlon
for that amusement resort.
The Pastime management Is to be
congratulated upon the program they
are presenting this week, beginning
last night. There are some extremely
good films above the average. They
are colored. The songs by Sherwood
Williams are worthy of especial men
tion. They are the best ones he has
had an opportunity to sing for patrons
of ths Pastime.
FOR RENT Six-room house at 1201
Second street Inquire at this office
or at county recorder's office, ll-l
Married at Salt take.
Miss Lottie Hill, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Guy Hill, sr., was married to
Jacob Hampton Trayner last Wednes
day In the' L. D..S. temple at Suit
Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Trayner w ill be
at home at Perry. ,
AT THE CHURCHES
' Latter Da Saints. . -.'''
Sunday school. It a. m.; regular
service, 2 p. m.; mutual Improvement
association meets conjointly at T;20
St. lVter's Cliurc-h,"
First Sunday after Trinity. Holy
communion, S a, nt.;, Sunday school,
10 a. m.; morning service, 11 a, m.;
evening service, 5 p. m. ' . ,
Christian Science Services.
Buzztnl building, opposite Hotel Fo
ley. Sunday, 11 a. m., subject, "Mor
tals' and Immortals." Wednesday, 7:90
p. m, Reading room Is open' Tuesday,
and Saturday, from t to 4 p. m.
"First Presbyterian Chnrrh, -
, Sunday, school, 1:45 a. m., W. L.
Brenholts, superintendent. In the
morning the Lord's supper will be cel
ebrated and new members received
Into the church. C. E. service, 7 p. m.
At I p m. the children's day service
will be held. ' Prayer meeting Thurs
day, 8 P. m. Rev. 8. W. Seemann,
minister. . '' ' - .
. . Central Church of Chrlrt. '
' Bible school, 1:45 a.' m.; prayer and
praise, 10:45 a. m.; the Lord's sup
per, 11 a. m.; sermon, "The Second
Petition." Third sermon on "The
Model Prayer": 11:20, T. P. S. C. E
In lecture room, and Junior C, E. in
room 5, 7 p. m. Children's day pro
gram and offering, 8 p. m. The entire
Bible school offering goes for foreign
missions. A cordial Invitation to all.
Rev. O. H. King, pastor.
First Mi'lluMlift Epl.tropal Cliuri'li.
Corner Fourth street and M ave
nue. Sunday, 8:45 a. m Bible school
11 a. m., publlo worship; preaching
by Rev. J. D. GlUllan. At 12 m.
class meeting; 7 p. m., Epworth
fragile; g p. m., preaching by Rev. 3
u, unman, luesuay, prouuiMiir
ers' class. Thursday, 7:30 p. m pray
er meeting. Sunday, June 28, at 11
a. m Luther D. Mahone will speak.
He will address two mass meetings,
one at 3 p. m. and another at t p. m
All Invited. ' .
First Baptist Church.
Corner Sixth and Spring. At f:45
Sunday school, Dr. J. E. Stevenson
superintendent; 11, morning worship,
sermon, "The Moral Dignity of the
Church of Jesus Christ." At 7 p. m.
B. T. P. IT., led by Miss Anna Nelderer,
theme, "How to Get a Situation." At
8, evening worship, sermon, "Why
Unite With the O.urch?" Sunday
school music will !); --.-i"Hd hence
forth, and led by O. P. Wlmjlesworth.
C. G. Greene lends t'.. . 's i choir
In' church worship. Co. ...... v.':!cranp
to all. Rev. W. H.'Glbso::, p intor.
Notice to Creditors.
Notice Is hereby given to all whom
it may concern, that Mertis Aid rich
has been appointed by the county
court of Union county, Oregon, admin
istratrix of tho estato of Mary A. Al
drlrh, deceased. All persons having
claims against the estate of raid 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 2., southwest
corner of Depot street' and Adnmt
avenue, La Grande, Union county,
Dated June 5, 10.
Administratrix of the Estate of Mary
A. Aldrlch, Deceased.
In the Circuit Court of ths State c.
Oregon for Union County.
James Dick, plaintiff, vs. Ella Did
To Ella Dick, the above named de
In the name of ths state of Ore
gon you are hereby required to appen-
and answer the plaintiffs complaint
filed In ths above entitled court em'
suit, on or before the 24th day of Jul."
1(01, and In case you shall fail t
answer said oom plaint by the 24th dr -
of July, 1102, plaintiff will apply t.
the court for the dlssolr-
tlon of the bonds of matrimony esls'
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numbers of the psst, with the addition of several numbers new styles, absolutely up to
date in every detail of design, fit, material, and construction. (
, Style 271
- Thia ' Corset 13 Empire
in 6hape above the waist
The hips and front are
long and have hose sup
White Batiste $1.00
Warner's Rust-Proof No. 2 Brassiere Is to be worn with or without a corset. The
straps cross in back and tie in front. White Batiste, trimmed with torchon, lace and
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. . THE GOLDEN RULE 0
Ing between the plaintiff and the de
fendant, and for costs and disburse
This summons Is rubliBhed In the
La Grande Weekly Observer by an or
der of the Hon. T. H. Crawford, Judga
of the circuit court of the state of
Oregon for Union county, which order
requires the publication thereof once
a week for six consecutive weeks, the
first publication thereof being the 12th
day of June. 1908, which order Is dat-
Arrlai and Departure- of Trains at
No. I, westbound Portland Special
arrives :2S a. m.; departs. 9:30 a. m.
No. 6. eastbound passenger, mall
and express,. arrives at (:45 a. m.; da
parts 3:50 a. m.
No. 2, enstbound Chicago Special,
arrives 1:05 p. m.; departs, 3:10 p. m.
No. 5, westbound passenger, mall
and express, arrives 2:55 p. m.; de
parts,, 10 p. m.
Regular mixed train leaves La
Grande at 3 o'clock and returns at 2
o'clock p. m. The logging train
leaves La Grande at 12:30 p. m. and
returns at 7:45 p. m.
J. II. KEEXET, Agent.
L Grande, Oregon.
; TO TRAVELING PUBLIC
Persons desiring neat
and comfortable rooms
and wholesome meals
should stop at the
Board and room by the
week : : : : $5.00
By the da - : ; : 1.00
' Tlic only First Glass
$1.00 per day house in
La Grande. White help
Two Blocks from Depot
W. J. RAMS0M Prop.
PHONE BLACK 402
?-..l''-t V4 i Uvll
Saf r knur suss m kmr
This style is designed
lor long waiot,nsu preper ",
tioned figures. The skirts
are extra long at front and
sides. Hose - supporters
White Batiste $1.50
ed the 10th day of June, 1908.
EUGENE ASH WILL,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
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AND CURE the LUNC3
w,th Dr. King's
AND Alt THROAT AND LfJNaTPOUBlES.
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A long, medium high
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CUSt UUIOO ivi wu,. ...
developed figures. Very
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White Batiste $2M
FOUND In this city, nn eyeght.
Owner can have same by pa.ylmr.for,
Dahger in a CoB
Becauseyou liaYeoontnwt!! ordinary ;o!d
aud rocovercd trumiheui vlthuot -trsmnvxit
of any kind, do not for a moment Irua-tot
that colds are not dangerous. Not only jmju
Bonis, but also the tufeotlous diseases Mn'k
as diphtheria and scarlet fevi-r start Willi
cold. The cold preyann tlio system for Ujs
reception and dovoloptannt of the germs
these diseases. Take our 0 vice cure yo'ji
cold while yon can.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy K
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a staple article of trade and commerce, l is
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gxd eating, also for people who
like ths geed things of life at a
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J. A. ARBUCKLE, Prop.
Ws sail weekly meal
Market Main 50
Market Main 48
us to handle only the best of :
a first class market.
BacorV Hams and Lard.