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EVENING OBSERVER, LA GRANDE OREGON, SATTItDAY, JTXY IS, 1008.
LOCAL ITTTU a. A
J. R. Wamstaft left this rooming
. to remain over Sunday with his
brother Ed, who liven near Elgin.
Silver Lake has a woman' baseball
-'team, and they are aaid tp be great on
"curves." - . " '
Editor 'Geo-. A. Eclblrd, of tha Union
Republican, Is In the city today In the
Interests of his publication.
Miss Bernlce Welch, who has been
a guest of the Henry Toung family
for the past week, hag returned to
fLo Watson is at Burns and will re
main there until late In the fall, when
he will continue on his way to Cali
fornia, the object 'of his destination.
, Miss Bernlce Welch, who has been
visiting her cousins, tha Misses Toung
and Fred Toung, left for her home
In Sumpter this morning.
Mrs. C. C. Pennington, who has been
Visiting with friends and relatives in
Salem and Portland for some time, re
turned home this morning. .
- m T ChtitHn wont nut on No. thin
. morning for Montpeller, Idaho, where
.wlh will spend a few days with his
Wser, Mrs. J. W. Blrlew.
Prof. H. J. Hockenberry and Geo.
H. Ourrey, Jr., went fishing on Five
Point creek yesterday. They returned
Mrs. A. B. Blood, who has been
visiting her husband In ' Huntington
during the week, returned this morn
ing; H. Littleton ' of Allcel," left this
morning for a three weeks' outing in
the, mountains In the vicinity of Seat-
Attorney Leroy Loraax Is down from
Baker City, being Interested In the
Nodlne case, which Is being heard be
fore Judge Knowles today.
Andrew Dahlstrom, a prominent
farmer of Clover creek. Is In town to
day, transacting business at the Wil
liamson land office.
W. J. Townlcy and W. T. Wright of
Union, are attendants at the court
room. Both are made defendants In
the Nodlne suit.
v. F. Earnhart, a prominent tlm
lueatnnn of Pendleton, Is In consulta
tion with J. T. Wllltnmson today on
matters connected with government
Misses Nlrma and Frankle Coyken
dall returned to their home In Pen
dleton this morning. They have been
staying with Mm. Bonsell .their aunt,
Mrs. Charles Epplngcr and son,
Cenlei who have been the guests of i
J!lonVl and Mrs. F. S. Iyanhoe the
past three weeks, returned to her,
. home In Pendleton this morning. j
Mr. Laura Bates, who has been vis-J
Itlng her sister, Mrs. S. Rucker, In
North Yamhill, for the past month,'
returned- this morning to her home
near Elgin. . - j
Mia. Etta Ruth Lusher of Portland,
arrived this morning to visit Mr. and
Mrs. C. 11. Eldwell of Inland City.
They expert to spend several days
t ... i .
Harry Steel, who .formerly lived
here and at Hllgaid, was a passenger
on No. 5 this morning, en route to his
home In Portland from Denver. Har
ry Is now engaged In the lumber bus
iness. Wnlter Lyman, who last fall moved
from here to Morrow county, writes
tl hve his Observer changed to Uol
flendalc., Wash., where he states ho
exchanged property for his wheat
land In Morrow county.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred B, Currey will
arrive home tomorrow morning from
their tour of the middle west and the
southern states. . .
- W. F. Anderson, who has been to
Portland for the past few weeks, re
turned yesterday morning. He ex
pects to move his family to the me
tropolis of the state and la arranging
affairs so that he may return on the
A. J. Titus, who for the past year
has been representing the Singer Sew
ing Machine company, left last eve
ning for Eugene, where he will, make
his home, The change was made in
the hope that It might improVe Mrs.
Titus' health. She is already there.
Conductor H. C." Grady and wife,
of La Grande, passed through the city
today on their way to Walla Walla
on a few , days' visit. Conductor
Grady Is on the Elgin branch of the
O. R. & N. and Is one of the pioneer
railroad men of the west. Pendleton
Conductor F. F. Waftle of the Pen
dleton-Huntington passenger run on
the O. R. A N.. la ill from ptomaine
poisoning, and Conductbr Norrls of the
Pilot Rock branch is on hla run for
a few days.' Conductor Joseph Rich
ardson of the La Grande freight di
vision, la on the Pilot Rock run. Pen
dleton E. O.
Rev. William H. Foulkes,, of the
First Presbyterian church, Portland,
who will occupy the pulpit In the
Presbyterian church In this city to
morrow morning and evening, arrived
this morning. While in The Observer
office this morning. Dr. Foulkes stat
ed he was delighted with our city and
beautiful valley. He has not been In
our state very long, but he soon con
vinces one that he is alive to our sur
roundings. Attorney A. L Blemmons of El
lensburg, Wash., and, who 1 had the
honor of being one of the delegates
to the national democratic convention
at Denver, Is in the city on legal mat
ters, conferring with his client, Gro
cerman A. E. Flower, who Is suing tbe
Insurance companies for something
over $8500, as a result of a conflag
ration. In a former trial he was
given a verdict, but the Judgment was
set aside by the court. The case will
come up for trial In September.
President Collier, of the Commer
cial club, has made arrangements with
Manager Housh, to have the Incan
descent lights turned on and the city
Illuminated In honor of the governor,
who will address the citizens at 8
o'clock. Every citizen of La Grande,
laying aside politics, ought to come
down town thta evening to pay honor
to the state's chief executive, who,
though not here as governor, Is glad
to visit eastern Oregon In any capaci
ty. He will say something worth hearing.
. At the Laml Office.
Homestead applications were filed
today by Elmer W. Applegate of Par
adise, Ore.; John. C. Carter, Long
Creek, Ore., and Fred H. Hunter, Su-
sanvllle, Oro. , Timber and stone en
tries were filed by F. A. Ballln of
Portland, John W. Baker of J Aeph,
and William F. Grler of Pendleton:
Mr. Uallln's filing was accomimnled
by his naturalization papers, granted
May 15. 1889, In Wayne county, Mich
( BASEBALL TOMORROW.
Big Game Here Between, Elgin and
The most Important event in base
balldom In this county tomorrow will
be the game here between the Elgin
and Cove teams. Both teams ai' eager
and both determined to win. There It
considerable feeling over the game at
Elgin on the Fourth. Cove -claims to
have been robbed of that'game, and
over there they are confident they
have the faster team. A wager of
1250 a side Is up on tomorrow's game.
and the score will be eagerly watched
for In both towns. Special trains are
to run from each place. V
These teams will play at Imbler to
The Baker City amateurs 'aro ex
pected In Union tomorrow morning.
Mulvehlll and Salee comprise the
Union battery. Merrill .Chllders will
go over from here to play second
ISLAND CITY ITEMS,
Floyd Jonea of Baker City, spent
Sunday here. '
Mrs. Jack White of Meacham, vis
ited her sister, Mrs. Albert Hunter,
C. H. Bldwell and Amos Llpplncott
returned from a 10 days' fishing and
hunting trip up Sheep creek, Saturday.
Mrs. DeLapp went to Summervllle
Monday for a few days.
The social given by the young peo
ple Tuesday night was well attended,
considering the hard rain in the af
Roy White, wife and daughter,
Pauline, of Hamilton, Mo., visited the
Fred and Ed Kiddle families tha lat
ter part of last week. They will Jour
ney from here to North Beach, Cal.,
to remain during the summer. -
Some of our people are planning a
camping trip up Katherlne creek next
Fred Kiddle, Merton Kiddie and
James Bater of Union, left Tuesday
morning on a business trip of 10 days,
overland, In Fred Kiddle's auto.
They will go to Boise before return
ing. Mrs. Meiton Kiddle and little
duughter accompanied them to Baker
City, where they will visit friends.
"Stainless Flag" Sunday.
Atlanta, Ga., July 18. "Stainless
flag" Sunday will be observed by
clergymen of all denominations In
churches throughout the state tomor
row, by request of the anti-saloon
league of Georgia. The ministers have
been urged to preach sermons uphold
ing national prohibition and setting
forth some phase of the claim that
civil government cannot by ' license
rightfully give legal standing to the
liquor traffic, because such trade Is
Inherently evil and harmful to the In
terests of humanity, which civil gov
ernment Is maintained to protect.
Banks are becoming more and more the custodians
of the funds of the people, of both' large and small
means. This is due to a wider appreciation of the valua
of banking service as its usefulness is extended and its
methods better known. In the case of
The Fanners and Traders
THE BEST .
"service is assured. Its officers aim in every way. to
protect the interests of its patrons.making use of every
means of precaution. Its up-to-date system of accuracy
promptness, and the same careful attention to large or
small depositors. If you have any banking business to
transact, come to our bank.
The Farmers and Traders
, National Bank
of La Grande
Prof. Hicks Hurt.
Word comes from Baker City that
Prof. Hicks, the balloonlxt, while try
ing to hiako an ascension yesterday
evening, was caught In a guy rope and
fell a considerable distance, being
seriously hurt. cveral ribs were
broken and he-suffered a fracture of
the skull. Hit kit, whoso real name Is
Wfldd II, will be remembered as the
mat! who made several very successful
ascensions hern -about the Fourth. A
message from Puker to The Observer
this morning says that the balloonist
very badly Injured, and Is expected to
Ladies Muslin Underwear
-SpEClAL SALE DRYS-y
EVERY DAY NECESSITIES AT GREATLY REDUCED AND BARGAIN TRICES FOIt THE
' 3 Days Ending Sat, July i8
Men's Summer Knlte Underwear, com
plete assortment, 40c to 7Sc values;
'fine balbrtggans, fancy and plain knit,
complete line of colors .............
Neatly and well made, lace or em
broidery trimmed, good value at (5o
to 76c; to cln out the lot we have
reduced them to this exceptional!
low price: $1.20 to $1.35 values .870
All 75c and SSo valuea .. ...
$1.00 to 11.15 values ......
11.40 to 11.(5 values, .......
$1.86 to 11.26 valuea ........
!0o to 15o regular goods ......
WOrSer- too to 4lo numbers ..
COVerS 500 to 450 numbers , . Bo
76c to (5o number '. BSo
All numbers' at (1.10 to $1.40 on sale
Skirts daring this three-days special at , .tSc
$1.50 to $1.76 at (1.2S
Now Is Uie time to lay in supply
of Muslin Ware; tlicy will go quietly
at the above prices.
14-Inch Pathfinder Lawn Mower,
regular $6.00 machine ......$3.73
18-irtch Electric Lawn Mower,
regular $7.50 machine $5.00
18-inch Guilt Edge Lawn Mower,
regular $7.50 machine (5.S0
20-Inch Achilles Lawn Mower,
regular $10.00 machine .$7.43
; ' All Ladles'. Child's and Men's Sum
met Hati HALF PRICE, Including
CftO! ladies' and children's trimmed, Leg- Cfto!
W 0 hnrn an.! Snllnra all flVP.tlJIP oo,. JU 0
horn and Sailors, all ONE-HALF reg
Sps. in Bargain Basement
Good grade denlma, well made, all
sixes, to close out, 48c. Also a line of
heavier weights at...,. ,..A8o
Complete line of the best Work
Shirts .......... .....43c
Johnson Bros., semi-porcelain ware;
"foes;. .Dodi on trie maraati . am
white patterns; set of 47 pieces $4.08
Decorated SALAD BOWLS, regular .
It Da mmnAm $)St
China Ea Berry Bowls ....ISO
75c Water Bottles tto
10 pairs Women's canvas Oxfords,
Jt.75 values ........... i .'. . . . ls8c
.40 pairs misses' canvas Oxfords, -$1.26.
(0 pairs children's Shoes, samples,. -sis
( to (. (1.00 values ........ OOo
Large line of sample and odd ends
In Shoos to close ont at greatly re
duced prkra, S3 to 50 per cent BE
LOW FORMEU TRICE.
Common Screen Doors, size 2-4 and
2-8, well made; regular $1.60
Fancy Screen Doors, slue 2-6, heavy
and well braced; regular $2.15
Fancy Screen Doors, size 2-4, heavy
and well braced, $2.25 values $1.08
Fancy Screen Doors, size 2-8, heavy
and well made, $2.60 values $1.73
$18.00 values; measures high, wide, long $13.83
Tf-t Ji nOrZltArc $!100 values; measures high, wide, long $16.00
IXeiriyeralOlS TIico nvfrUrcrators are of Standard nuike and will be found to be aa
good as any on the market. i
All 13a numbers, fc all 15c grades, lie; all 18o grades, 14c; all 25c grades
RUbber HOSe 18Ci Cut ln 25 ond co'foot lon,ha' couplings. All garden tools great-
ly Reduced in Price.
DOJiT FAIL TO AVAIL YOl'HSKLF OF THE OPPOinTNITIKB OF T1US 3 DAYS SPECIAL SALE
SMALLEST PRICES tl
1cin Aiiucli s Wins,
Honolulu. July 18. The Lurilne, a
schofim r yacht, entered from Los An-
i g-'lfs, won the trans-Pacific yacht
rues which started at Han P.'dro July
; 4. The Lurilne. which Is a favorite
here d'-splte the fact that ho Hn-
i anil Is a local entry, was given a re.
peptlon when she arrived.
nylng and "ne is In a critical condi
tion, and 12 are iM-iloimly Injured ss
a revult of an explosion of ht metal
In a blast furnace at the Wisconsin
steel works today. ' '
Mk'hluan firm Falls.
Detroit. Mich., July 18. With lia
bilities at a million and a half, Cam
eron, Currle A Co., brokers, went Into
the hands of a receiver today. No
statement was made.
Dr. W. D. McMillan. Red $61.
Pair less f rtractlon.
Expert goto work. Special attentloe
to children's teeth.
La Grands National Bank Building.
Hows Curlier Diiul.
The death of Itoss 'Carder, the 15-
... M n nnA If tl. .n
Jl'.r'Ulll B"ll H .ill. all'. . i n. m.i
Carder, occurred at the family home
near Hummervllle Tuesday, July 14,
l!Mi8. The funeral services were con
ducted at the home and the remains
were Interred In the ' Summervllle
cemetery Wednesday afternoon.
Moro YoiiMins Than Yncolwonx.'
r'lnce the democrats twice elected
John Johnson governor of Minnesota,
the republicans of that statu think
they can win with Jacob Jacobson.
Hut Tacobs and Yacobsnns are not
nearly as numerous as Tons and Yon-sons.
A Grand Family Modlcluc.
"It gives mc pleasure speak a good
word for Electric Mttrm," writes Mr. j
Frank Conlan of No. 434 Houston St.,
N. T. "It's a grand family ' medicine
fur dynciala and liver cumpllcailuns;
it cannot be too highly recommended." I
while for lame, back andwak kidneys
Klcctrlc Bitters regulato the dlireMvej
functions, purify tho blood, and Impart I
lunewed vigor and vitality to the weak )
Two extra fine freali milk cows,
will be sold cheap If taken at once
Apply to Hobrrt Miller, B avenue.
Do You Open lour Mouth ';;
Litre a young bird and gulp down what
ever fxl or medicine may be o-red you T
Or, do you want to know Himethlng of the
coniHKlil.irj and cl..iructJT of Hint which
you lake ln'o yutir stomach whether as
or initj .' l in-1 . .
Mi-t liilvliijrfnt and senslblo people
jl ,v a-.!.-; ; '.. c'A on Imov. tup whet they
eiijiiiny v. j li.i.r a IimmI or niwllclni'.
Dr. fierce ll!i!Vi they have a perfect.
rll'lil to initxi iipim Miii li knoA leditn. So ha
pt!l.ll-hesaiejeflt and on each bottlo-
rst.i r, wliat.''"1iinf irn rnde of
iud nttie t'yniiir naliii 'i !!!.hffj;ej?
I he r-n "i'.hir.l tO b'r;jl p Ti' .'.
f Ji' -.T' '.I-Vft'ijy'l.leh Inn tiv-'i-l-.r-:
and debilitated of both sexes,
under guarantee at Newlln's
VANTEt Man ami wife want to go
out on ranch to work. Man 'will go
alone. Inquire 17A4 Fifth St. 7-21
NOTK 'R mil PC PLICATION.
!enirtment of the Interior,
V. S. Land tifflee at La (irntwlo,. Or..
May llih. ln.-
I(A V HANSON,
of Iji Mrniide, Oreron. wh, on May
190s. made Timber and Stone
fw'irn statement No. 6021, for NIV'J
NWt, , Section 10, Township 4 H.,
ItangM "", V.. W. li., his 1 lit '1 tiotke of
Intentl'in to make final proof, to
tahlHh claim to the laml above ile
serllwd. before rexluler and receiver
si Ia Orande, freKnn, on Iho 2d day
of- August, 1S0S.
I'liilrnsnt names ss witnesses: Mlki
I ,e !', Mary K. Wilson, Ulani
ker, J aii) Mclntyre, all of La Orande,
V. C. Hit AMWF.Lf Reslster.
WASHINGTON AND TENTH BTRCCTS
. PORTLAND. OREGON
WRITE FOR CATALOG
at Nacci You in a Good Pottition
sre ni:iile an- (HhI'mI and lihiTer'.d
icre v til lie ir f-'if" M'ir t-iir.'l! ve v'i i ii-3
cr the cure of woman's neeiillar weak-
new?, irreHui.ti lit . ut.d oerariucinenl
K'Vliul riw to freoneiit. lieatl.irlieM, imck
urlir. tf ritwiiiu-'iov. ii pain or dl.tlrc.-.s lu
kiKcr abdouiliiiil or pelvic region, accom
panied, ofti'iiic, Willi s ilclillitatlng,
K'lvit,cal.;i"i.,ui tl.iu u.'i kiodriil oynie
!;' iff ..' ' . Srf N Favorit"
Preierlptlon U s rnwt eillrlent remnly.
II tn eiii::,iv f-r ,io l-i ruruig i:itiitil
lierlods III ' ulvlna !ri'o;ih til nursing
mother h ril t:i i. .-Iiik tlin syrten of
Ihc eiertiiiit mo'li'r for Lady's coining,
thii remleriiiK i l.ilj'. .'"'!t i:fi- ami coin
psrntlvi'ly painlei". The I" svortte I'rtv
H'rlptioti" I- r t ...m fioient. nrfiiirthi'iiliig
Uma to the treiieral svntem ami Ut the
nrtfiinn dittlnrilv leinlmnn In particular.
It I sliut a nootliinu and lnvls;ortliig
tiervlim ami mren mriiht exIiatiKtlon,
nervous protra:lon, neuralgia, hysti rla.
pnons. t-imrea or St.. Vllii rlani n. sua
otlnT ill-tre.slnir nervous )nipunns su
lendant iiHin fuiiellonsi snd oriraiili!
H1 of Hie dtoflnrtltf feminine orasns.
A lit of niedlral authorities of all Ihc
several sehisils of prsi-tlce, recommend
fnch of the several iiitfrerilonU of which ,.
"K'avnrltn 1'rifx ritlon" Is made for the
Furs of thedlwune. for which It Isrlulmrfl
to tie a cure. Vmi mar read what Miey
ay fnr ymirm lf by senilnir a pmi'al card
request fur a me booklet of extracts' -from
the leadlnq authorities, to I Km-I-oT !
Pierce's Invalids1 Hotel and rlurgleal In- ,
stltuwi, lluffalo, N. Y., and U will ootu
14 you by returu poek -