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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 24, 1908)
AT THE PL-WHOfSLS. .4
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V. T. Gr'.der returned this
j rnins f rom a vlslt to Unlon
I Mrs. clla 0randy returned this
I ort,ing from a trip to Portland,
i ut Snodgrass left this morning for
j jjysdleton on a short visit.
1 1 MlgS Mabel William leaves Satur
morning for California, where she
... a ie eomlni year.
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Mrs. H. J. Hockenberry returned last
livening from en extended visit to Los
Angeles- , .':.vvv5.
jjM 'TroUle,,. Collier Is somewhat
improved after, hort but serious
nmes'-. ... ; ,t..v , ; ; y
Urt. C. B.' Backtnan took the. morn.
M train tor Baker City, where she
till visit -frlenda for a week. ; ; y .
Xhe Commercial dub .,- is receiving
from H to seeking ' Inf or.
nation of Grande Rondo valley, dally.
Hr. and Mrs. 3. A. Pllcner ot North
ponder, returned home this morning.
They were here yesterday on land of
fice business. -.y -"'r.,
; a. V. Oliver has wioved his feed
itore Into the large warerooms for
merly occupied by the Oregon Produce
tompany. ; ; , : ; . . ' '
I f Mrs. K. B. Hill of union, arrived In
J Baker this morning and left; over the
nSumpter Valley line-Tor Harney coun
tv. where she goes to, visit friends.-
Baker City Herald. ,
T.'J. Scroggin returned this morn
ing from attending the state fair and
visiting his old Willamette valley
friends. Mrs. Scr oggtn, ' who "accom
panied him, is visiting friends tn south
ern Oregon. '.' ' : '
.Mr?. R. F. Stubblefield, wife of the
veil known sheep "king" of Wallowa
county, left this morning tg .visit rela
tives and friends In Missouri for the
next few months. r
Yesterday was the 25th anniversary
of the organization of the Brotherhood
et Railroad Trainmen. Members ,'of
the order in all parts of the United
States are wearing a neat little bou
venlr button during the present week.
These little buttons are very much In
tvidence in La Grande.. ' ' . 1
The Walters and Chrurt ftock com
pany passed through La Grande this
morning to Union, where theywlH
play three nights' befoVe returning to
la Gr&nde to open here. The' tour of
ths company through "'Oregon' and
Wanhlngton has been'htfrdeS by "the
press. ij '. :
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Notlc to Creators.
All who are InterisUJ are hereby
lotlfled that thr crug stock of the
Newlln Drug Co., Aa'Tng been dlspo,
tby mo, and 'av rnalrs of that firn
sp to the 8th oi frc.Memler, 1108, now
being wound up, all bills and accounts
" .' the Newlln Co., contract !
l.evious to that catc, are now due "id
roll ctable at thu Ntwlln Book -ml
8'stionery Co. - Ail oerkons so Indebt
ed are request! :o call there at on?o
.d make settlement of their aocount.
..RS. F. NEWLIX. .
B. P. O. E. '
La Grande Lodge No. 433, meets
ach Thursday evening at 8 o'clock in
Elks' club, corner Depot street and
Washington avenue. Visiting brothers
re cordially Invited to attend.
C. 8. DUNN, Exalted Ruler.
G. E. M' CULLY, Rec. Sec.
The O. II. & X. Company Has Made a
KM lal Itato of $11. ' '
The O. It. & N. company has made a
special rate of $11 from La Grande to
King Hill, Idaho, and return, on ac-
ount of the opening of the King Hill
lrrlgstlng & Power company's tract.
that Is to be thrown open. The dote
' sale of the tickets, aood for 10
days from date of sale, will bo on Oc
tober 9 and 10.
iMvurre Chm Flint.
Two divorce cases have been filed In
h county clerk's office. Mrs. Mina
Shelton seeks a divorce ' from Ray
B,ielton. She charges habitual drunk
enness. William FY Gent asks to be severed
'rom Fannie E. Gent, charging doser-
u,"- All of the above named per
ns reside In the north end of the
"")'. Sherirf Chllders left this
Xornlng on the Elgin train to serve
. raln in the. Tygh Rlgde region
rasco county, turned out better than
. Missionary Meeting.
In lieu of an intr,K., ..
lino w" lraion
line, conveyances win h . . .
nr.... . nauuneg at
he Vt mam namsey home on Fourth
treet tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clo K
to oenvey the member. -
terlan Mutuary society to the home
Those desiring transnortot.- .v....,
e Ramray home promDtlv
chcaule time, ; . , ,
'. tss " V -V" -1 . -" t
i- Rwwi p,rty;
A pleasant farewell Dftrtv who
the home ol Mr.. O..W. Williams
v u Qrande l.,t night, when
members of the Gin w-n v...
leant and bmii--oh
Wends assembled to bid Miss Mabel
WUllams farewell. Mis. Williams
leaves Saturday morning for Callfor
nla to spend. the ik; and m.v ,
return tor even a longer period. The
evening was pent UTdellghttul way.
games and contests ccpying much
of the time. Vocal solos and duets by
Misses Mabel Williams and Laura
Green were musical features of the
evening. Light refreshments were
served. Miss Williams has been a
competent , teacher ' In the public
schools here and a skilled mmb
oi me M. B. church tknir.' ti ...
friends regret to see her leave tlie I
The Fair store wants experienced
salesmen and saleswomen at once. In
quire at the store.
WILLIAM HALL ACCEPTS.
Appointed by Commercial . Club
Take Caro of Exhibit Hull.
The Commercial club has secured
the services of William" Hall of May
Park,' to superintend the exhibits' in
Exhibit Hall at the depot. Mr. Hall
has had much experience In this, line
and whatever he attempts he accom
plishes. The club Is fortunate In se
curing his services.
Birth Record. '
Born tn Mr. anil Mn tnim run-
-. - - .. u,"i viiiaii,
In this city, ThurWay, September 2
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Walter. M.
fierce. In this city, Wednesday,? Sep
tember 23, a daughter. '
dr. w. d. McMillan.
Expert Gold Work a Specialty.
Attention to children's teeth. Office
Li Grande National Bank Building.
Botb 'Phono. '
TN DATTON BROS.. the well
1 J known eye specialists, will
have their office as usual at the Hotel
Sommer Friday and Saturday, Sep
tember 25-26. Dozens of La Grande
references. Eyes examined free.
BUSSEYS 1HCK LINE.
Best of service, Day and
Night. Hacks furnished for
funerals and private parties. .
Baggage transferred Day and
Night and Sundays.
Stand at Paul's Cigar Store.
'Phone Red 211.
Night 'Phone Main 25;
E. L. Bl'SSEY.
Piles Cured at Homo r New Absorp
If you suffer from bleeding, Itch
Ing, blind or protruding plies, send
me vour address, and I will tell you
how to cure yourself at home by the
nw sbsorotlon treatment: and will
also send some of this horns treat
ment free for trial, with references
from your own locality If requested
Immediate relief and permanent cure
assured. Send no money, but te
others of this, offer. Write today t
Mrs. M. Summers. Box P, Notre Dame
The Rluslsw region is going to de
vclop greatly and become a very Im
pnrtsnt part of Oregon before long.
Three Sheridan pears weighed 4 1-:
nnnn.ls. Two clusters of egg plum
had a total of 42 plums on the two
On the Hume ranch, near Wedder
k.. 1 1 ana nounds of wool were
UUI I. f W
, A Pitiful Klory. !
The pitiful end of a girl over whoir
two men are madly in love,- is tht
highly - attractive climax fit a sreft:
film to be seen at the Sherwood elec
trie the' rest of this week. The filn
Is entitled, "A Lion's Bride." It pic
tures the harrowing experiences -of i
beautiful girl who la loved by twe
men. Eventually she is thrown tntt
the lion's den by one of her lovers
who thus frustrates his rival froir
winning the girl. J The film ends ai
the opportune moment and the audi
ence is left to Imagine the gruesome
feast the Hons Indulge In when the
helpless girl Is put to her death. Th
Wm la a stellar attraction and th
management announces ', that I some
thing beyond tb usual Is portrayed Ir
this love atory. .v, Humorous,'- Indeed.
are the two other "-leading" feature. K
The innn h Ml.. T ., e
. m -. -i H i B uiccu Will
be well rendereee the attraction
and become convinced that the head-
Uner Is a thrlllerrand the balance ol
the, program goo,,, : f .. ,, , : ;, v
: . v. Aswwedf'o a Treat. ,V "
Local theatergoers can rest assured
of seeing a first-class entertainment
when the Walter i& Chrjst Stock com-
formances. The engagement here le
fpir one week, commencing Septem-
ber 28. The offering during- the en
gagement will be Of the best plays pro
curable and as Interesting and absorb
ing plays as have been written ln re-
recent years. They have been a suc
cess wherever given and the Walten
& Christ Stock company has won high
honors in the ' pieces. In every re
spect the entertainment will appeal to
those who are discriminating theater
goers. The company comes well rec
ommended. Seats will be pn sale at
Van Buren's store Saturday, Septem
V - A Sensation.
The sensation of the evening wa
the Sulamlth of Madame Rappold,
who made her debut In grand opera
In thla role and achieved entire sue
cess. -New York Staats-Zeltung.
Madame Rappold f comes to La
Grande with three other metropolitan
stars In the near -futur.
? At the Scenic.
"Slavery Days" Is the great feature
at the Scenic theater that Is filling the
house,' with the aid of. another splen
did film, nightly. The film Is "out of
sight,' records the manager, and he
Is giving his patrons a program that
Is better, than the great majority of
his good shows, and he Is even Inclined
to believe that his houses are better
pleased with It than anything that has
been presented to . them heretofore
The Lavelle trio came In for consider
able applause last night in Its rendt
tlon of "Red Wing." Those who have
not seen the present program cannot
afford to mlBs tonight's opportunity.
luteal S-enery Portrayed.
The Pastime announces Its new
change In Its ad today and the reader
will find home talent views exhibited
at the house tonight.' "The Fire Brl-
gude" Is different than the title would
load to believe. It pictures the drills
and not a fire run. It Is instructive
Cheapest in the City. Good
Meals Made Where you can
See it Done
EAST STYLE LUNCH ROOM
Slio Likes Good Tilings.
Mrs. Charles E. Smith of West
Franklin, Me., says: "I like good
things and have adopted Dr. King's
New Life Pills as our family laxative
medicine, because they are good and
do their wora without making a fuss
about It." These painless purifiers
sold at Newlln'a drug store. 25c
and CURE ths LUHC3
VOLD8 Trial Bottle free
AND AIL THROAT AND 111X8 TROUBLES.
OS MONXT REFUNDED.
of household necessities in Eastern Oregon is f!
II kept in the Bargain Basement and M
v - ' "'"''' ' ' ' ''"'' '
Laundry soap, 7 bars
Toilet Soap, per dosea
Horseshoe Tumblers-, per set . .
? rd work ahlrui, each'
Ladles hose," per? pair?". ,x, .
thlldren's Hose, per pair V. . .
2?Eift most goods,
ey. wnere you get the best tot your money and
where: you get the best accomodations. Vie not
only give the most, the best and best accomod
ation but with every $1.00 cash trade we give a
coupon that is worth more than face value in the
wllLjrou-have for dinner today? You
may answer this question satisfactori
ly by dining at
. . THE MODEL RESTAURANT
, The Old Standby.
Our cooking is a paragon of per
fection, our food faultless, and our
service rapid and courteous. What
more can we say, except that our
prices are popularT We give a regu
lar dinner for 25 cents.
Come and try it . You will not need
the seniie of hunger to enjoy if.
The Model Restaurant
J. A. ARBUCKLE, Prop.
Open Day w.Seii Weekly ft i rn
And Night Meal Tickets for y
Notice of Meeting of Equalization
N Hoard, of Vnlon County.
Notice Is hereby given that the
equalization board of Union county
Oregon, will meet at the court house
In the city of La Grande, on Monday,
October 19th, 108. at 10 o'clock a. m.
"Petitions for the reduction of a
particular assessment or assessments
shall be made In writing, verified by
the oath of the applicant or his attor
ney, and be filed with the board dur
ing the first week It is by law required
to be tn session, and any petition or
application not so made, verified, and
filed, shall not be considered or acted
upon by the board." (Chapter 264,
Section 4, Page 451, Sessions Laws of
The board will continue In session
for a period of 80 days, unless the
work coming before said body shall be
completed sooner. '
R. A. HUG,
Deod-w4t V V ' ' ' Assessor.
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FARMERS AND TRADERS NATIONAL BANK
At the Close of Bus
. . ASSETS.
Time toana. .. .,'.,. i... i
Overdrafts, temporary ...
Bonds, warrants, eto. ....
Banking house and fixtures
Other real estate
CASH AND AVAILABLE ASSETS
U. 8, bonds and
premiums ...$18,675.00 ,
Demand loans 85,858.70
Cash and due
from banks .. 87,8(8.80
I per . cent re
demption fund 780.00 188,628.90
The Farmers and Traders National Bank
07 U GRANDE
IN A H VI R RT?
TOE TRANSFER llAH.
He will take that trunk to the depot
or your home In less time than it
takes to tell it
Day Thone Red 701.
Night Thone, Black 1792.
WAGON ALWAYS AT TOUR
Bore Cure for Asthma.
We guarantee to cure asthma,
bronchitis and catarrh. If our medi
cine falls wo will cheerfully refund all
money paid. Write Arnold's Asthma
Cure Co., I88-SS4-88I Arcade Build
ing, Seattle, Wash., or for next SO
days, Morria W. Knight. Cove, Ore.
Box 88. :Uli!!IJlit&1
Qt covered Tureens, eah
Covered Butter Dishes, each
Boats, each ......
Jars, each . . ,
Bowls and Tltchers
cnambers. each 75o
Soap Dishos, each ...........,., ie0
Semi-Porcelain Salt Boxes. each..45o
CimtUtlna nt .
la ess July 15, 1908. TYV- ' " t
Capital stock ....... ..1.1 10.0100
8urplus and undivided
Dividends unpaid , l,tO(XJO'
Deposiu and due to banks 178.0Tf.IT
HM..!.'.iSt'.i .1 vHLrtWW.n
WASHIMOTON ANOTrNTH VTS.
. WfilTF coo r.T. i M r
M I ' . L i
i Is the place to get the best
I CIGARS AND TOBACCO
I at the right price
$ SOFT DRINKS T
that are soft
AMUSEMENT PARLORS I
i The best Billiard and Pool
; Tables In Eastern Oregon
; ; and the only Ivory Balls In
V La Grande.
A RESORT FOR GENTLENEN
O9 CO HUE US
; : Next Door to Post Office.