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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (March 10, 1909)
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We're Ml Ready for
ply Your Needs
' A visit here at the present time will disclose the
fact that the atmosphere of the place has undergone a
great change. Not so long ago it was a winter stock
now it is where the loeliest of new spring goods are
gathered. Bright glowing colors have taken the place
of somber hues. Light, airy, filmy spring goods have
crowded out the warmth giving, heavy winter merchan
dise. Now i$ the time for planning, for inspection, for
comparison. Now is the time when ycu should learn
whre you can most satisfactorily -purchase those things
for personal and household use which a new season
forces you to buy. We're ready to meet every require
ment with the largest complete showing of spring mer
chandise cf every description that we have ever gather
ed for your consideration. Now don't delay your visit,
for we're anxious to have you pass judgement on our
selections when we are looking for the best.
A COMPUTE SHOWING OF
Hew Spring Suits and Dress Goods
A glimpse in our windows shows what you may
expect in our showing of new suits and dress goods.
Therefore, we advise an early visit You will find the
Tl AT J n If
THE QUALITY STORE
A Seven-! oom House with
Bath and Pantry, Plenty
Porch Room. Desirable
Location. , Easy Terms.'
The Filipino Conatabularly band,
one of the world's most fmou musi
cal organisations, will be an attrac
tion lit the Aliuika-Tukon-I'acific ex
position In Seattle this summer.
Three of the highest mountain peak
of the United States art to be aeen
within a radio of 5 mile of the A.
T. P. exposition In Seattle. They are
Mt. Rainier, ML Baker and ML Con-
Everyone who attend the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific
exposition In Seattle
thU lumner, win hare the privilege
of panning -old dust from native
Alaska ravls. Just as It la panned In
Tannna and the Klondike.
The American Amateur Athletic
union championships will be contest
ed for on the stadium of the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific
exposition, which opens
in Seattle on June 1.
On March 1. the Alaka-Yukon-Pa-
clflc exposition, which opens in Seal-
tie on .June I, was IS per cent com
plete, which makes doubly certain the
declaration that It will be opened to
the world on the day given. '
The "Pay Streak," which Is to be
the amusement street of the Alaaka-Yukon-Paclflc
exposition. Is three
quarters of a mile long, yet there were
five applications for every site on It,
which enabled the directors to select
only the very best attractions. The
fair opens In 8eattle June 1.
BUY CAVALRY HORSES HERF
CAULOAD SHIPPED OCT
LAST XIGHT BY M'DOXAUD.
Government Semis Agent to Cnlon
County to Buy I'p All Available
Horaenefth Suitable for Army Pur
Hme Valley Ilaplrily Becoming
Not alone does Union county supply
large percentages of demands from the
northwest for coach and draft horses
and trotting stock, too, but now the
United States army department has
become attached to the grade of horse
flesh breeded here. Murdo McDonald
of Walla Walla, has bought up a car
load of horses In, this county that will
be used In the United States cavalry.
The load was shipped out of here last
As frequently assorted by The Ob
:" ' A.-Y.-P. XOTKS.
More than 200,000 tufted English j server, Grande Uonde valley is In the
pansles will be seen growing In one j lead of all horse-producing communl
vast bed at the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific! ties of the northwest, when wide va
exposltlon, which opens In Seattle on ' rletles of breeds and varying weights
June 1. j are sought.
Specimens of all of Luther Bur-j
bank's wonderful vegetable creations j KKPOI5T S. I'. LIMITED DITCHED,
will be shown at the A. Y. P. tposl- Kan Fmiviwo, March 10. It I re
tli.n In Seattle this summer, among ; ported tliut the Koutlirrn Pacific fast
them the spineless edible cactus, which J mail. Limited .Xo. L collided head-on,
l being used to reclaim the vast Mouth- near SfilsUn.
PHONE MAIN 86
LA GRANDE, OREGON
O'BRIEN HIKES FOR MACON
f.Ol 'At, HASIJIAI.I, VIIOMOTKK
has ; m"i ,im i soi"
Jack Oltrien Will Mtumjii' Tciiiii In
.Mnuheiii Allitnlk- Iamikui' l-cft f"r
fault of his. for h.
how" to do It with.
has tin; "know
Treasurer' full for fltv Wnrruiit.
Notice Is liev. liy Riven Hint there art-
now futuls on hum! to ;iy Hll out-j
stittxlitis w MJiiints Istii-il uti li-ni il ;
Fund of I.-i .'r.imle fit. v. iiji to iin.l In- :
cluilinn No. '.H' en.loi'Scil July Huh.,
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Jiitfifst on all w.-irnnit. on (ienernl
Mucon, itovl. Iji-I Miilit Kntci-s Fund from No. fi'lt l to No.
iIifIvc, :ims from this -!at
l"nst fiinan Will See New York
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Hucon. (i.i., wlii-ii' he oMiiths uian
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m tJi-iiml.-. Miin h 1". 1 "'.
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F. J. HOLMES, Vic Presidant C S. WILLIAMS. 2d Aw't Cbiar
" F. L. MEYERS Cashier
La Grande National Bank
Of La Grande, Oregon
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS. $170,000
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY
M. Barry ' J. D. Matheson F. J. Holmea " F. M.
C. C Pennington F. L. Meyers- Geo. L. Cleaver
W. L BienholU Oeorse Palmtr
WASHINGTON AND TENTH STREETS
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I C gtf Scoot that Placet You in a 6oodPontionJ
DRY CHAIN WOOD DRY
For Best quality of DRY chain wood call cn
V, E, BEAN
Biggest loads for least money.
PriOttC RED 1741
Accuracy the Key Note
When you are installing a pew plumbinij1
system or making the minutest repair. We
do this at the time you want it and at prices
you can afford to pay.
elub In the Southland, It lll lo
nnln Seattle on Juno 1.
POTITIA." IN "THE MERCHANT OF VENICE.'
AT THE STEWARD SOON.
BAY & ZWEIFEL
211 DEPOT STREE1 I
Office Supplies :.
When you arc in need of office supplies you will
find in our complete stock what ever yoi are in need
of. We buy in large enough quanities to get best dis
counts and are therefore able to quote you money sav
ing prices on
Loose Leaf Ledgers
. Typewriter Paper
Pen Holders ,
Typewriter Sundries, etc. .
S NEWLIN BOOK AND j
: STATIONERY COMPANY !