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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (May 21, 1909)
Mrs. R. H. Lloyd and her daughter,
Miss Milne, came up from Elgin this
Mrs. F. O'Hare Is in Wallowa' coun
ty with Conductor O Hare, who is on
a work train. '
Gen. Superintendent M. J. Buckley
and Superintendent S. W. Campbell
went over to Pendleton last evening.
The Mission band will met tomor
row afternoon at 2 o'clock at the
Lome of Gladys Miller iu South La
Miss Patience tVest, of Union is
vlsitfbg Miss Pauline Newton for a
couple of days.
Contractor C. D. Goodnoiifch todav
began the woodwork on the Sci-cggta
residence on Fourth and Washington
Johnnie O'Sheal, traveling engineer,
si in the city visiting friends, while
looking after matters pertaining to
Manager D. S. Crowe of the Home
Independent Telephoue Company went
to Wallowa county on a tour of in
spection where his company Is rap
Idly making rapid strides forward.
Walter Pierce returned this morn
ing from Hot Lake, where h ).
been for. a' few days in an effort to
get rid of what promised to be quite
a serious illness.
v .Mrs. L. C. Goodwin and Miss Pel
lisier, both of Walla Walla, returned
to their homes this morning after a
visit with Mrs. George O'Neal 'of La
Mr. and Mrs. George L. Cleaver have
issued invitations to a reception to be
given in tlieir hprne'thia evening in
honor of Professor and 'Mrs. II. J.
Hocken berry and Miss Hoolman,' who
expect to soon make their home in
Attorney T. l. Crawford, returned
from Enterprise this afternoon where
ginhe was associated with Ivan
hoe & Ilodgin in the famous Longfel
low.vs. Huffman case.
O. M. Heacock, the optician and jew
eler, is pocking his goods up today,
preparatory to moving to Pendleton,
where iie has accepted a position with
one of the largest jewelry firms In
Bert Huffman, at one time editor of
the Pendleton East Oregonian, but now
connected with a Canadian land com
pany, Is here to spend a few days
with railroad men and to transact
Henry & Carr, the undertakers,
have ordered a white hearse, one vof
the finest in the state. The car is
manufactured by a Cincinnati firm,
and will cost the buyers about $1,500
laid down in La Grane. ,
Miss Nell De Peat who was called
bitck from Portland where she is em
ployed in the Western Union office, re
turned again to Portland today and
Miss Bean Is now the manager and
day operator here. ,
Ground was broken yesterday for
the foundation of the Foley residence,
which will be moved so as to faca
Washington instead of Fourth. The
brick' residence which Mr. Foley pur
chased from J. M. Berry wili occup
the site of The house to be moved.
Miss Stubblefield was brought In
from Enterprise this afternoon and
taken to the Grande Hondo hospital,
where she was immediately operated
upon for appendicitis. She was ac
companied by her physician, Dr. Hen
derson. She is considered as being in
a critical condition.
, Pnstnre For Kent.
I have charge of the Dr. O'Conner
pasture. A limited number of stock
will be taken at the rate of $2 per
month In advance. Phone Black 1011,
catchy signs. '
At the Scenic.
New pictures will be shown at ths
Scenic tonight. They are all nf itnd
of the finest quality. Miss Johnson,
the veiitriloqutBt, is still here, and she
is the best ever seen In the city.
Amkk and Mnrez will put on a differ
ent set tonight, that Cannot fail to
.. . . ,
The Park Dale club met at the
home of Mrs. J. E. Clarke, Wednes
day afternoon. Mrs. Eagan's reading,
"Wit and Cruelty" was heartily ap
plauded; credit waa given Mrs. Will
iams In her recitation, "Ned." Minute-talks
ended with verses on "Grand
Ronde" by unknown author for which
the club extends thanks. Subject for
next meeting "Oregon." Members
Mesdames Riddle, Carroll, Hall, Adler,
Stilwell. Eagan, Wyatt. Bonsell,
Thompson, Lupher, Williams, Clarke
and Procter. Guests Misses Mc
Reynolds and Tatman. Flowers sho
wers of apple blossoms. The hostess
entertained in a delightful manner;
and ended the day by serving a de
licious two-course luncheon. After
adieus to the hostess and her charm
ing sister, the crowd dispersed to
meet next time with Mrs. Stilwell.
Pupils of Miss J. MacDonald. Mis
Young and Mrs. Harriet MacDonald,
will give a recital tomorrow 'afternoon
at the MacDonald residence, 1616 6th
street, beginning at 2:30. Selection
from Paplni, Aletter, Bohm, BrahniH,
Hcctiiutvu uii many outer masters
will be rendered. Those who will take
part In the recital are: Ronald Euer
hard, Sarah Smith,: Nell Young, Jay
Shaw, Reba Williamson, Sara Will
iamson, Miss Young. Jeanette Smith.
Gertrude Moore, Edith Adams, Leila
Jordan, Ruth Taylor, Z. Lewis. Henry
Ferguson, Mildred Schilling, Hattie
Ferguson, Oscar Ferguson, Floy Cof
fee, Dorothy Brenholts and Hazel
Young. All of the pupils ;f Mus. aud
Miss MacDonald and Miss Young are
cordially invited, i .
Lambda Reeentloii For fliilj Bojs.
The Phi Alpha club of the Presbyter
ian church were very delightfully en
tertained, last evening at the home
of Harley Richardson on Sixth street.
Various games were indulged 1 nuntll
a late hour then best of all came a
.delicious lunch served by the host's
mother, Mrs. J. T. Richardson. Tho
club will not meet next weeK on ac
count of school examinations.
Chairman of sports. J. H. Peare, has
chosen a corps of assistants for the
Fourth of July celebration. He will
call the men together at a nearby date
and commence the plans for the big
event. He has aimed to represent
various departments and classes on
his committee, that the greatest pos
sible results may accrue. He has
named these: G. M. Mickelson, A. W.
Nelson, J. C. Gardner, R. L. Lin
coln, A. Buckley and J.. O'Brien.
xoi ror rvuo.
The Simmons household furnishings
are mine, and are not for sale, as
announced by Mrs. A. C. Stewart. She
or no one has the right to sell them.
G. D. Simmons.
WASHIHSTOM AMD TfHTH T.
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The ladies of the Central Church ol
Christ will hold a cake sale -at Selder's
confectionery store, beginning tomor
row afternoon at 1 o'clock . Here is
an opportunity to secure choice cakes
at reasonable prices for Sunday.
Only Winter Kill.
C. C. Clark of the Union experiment
station was out to Imbler today, to
inspect the strange disease that was
reported to infest a few fruit trees in
that vicinity. He found it to be one
class . of winter kill, and nothing
ManZan Pile Remedy la put up la
. tube with nozzle attached. May be
tpplled directly to the affected parts.
Guaranteed. Price 50c. Sold at Sll-
I . l.tltulili tt'icd.
iFarnicrs it' von can locate nie near
yiu., w, ;t'f! vr,tr, r.euim; p.rv lS7f-Po.it-j
JOHJiSOX It KITE.
Three reels of latest moving
The Great Colyer's in f.istest
juggling act on record.
Admission 10 bw la cents, ' "
Change of program, Sunday,
Tuesday and Fridy. Matinees,
continuous Sunday from 2:110,,
Wednesday and Saturaly at 3
p.. in. , -.
M. '& M. CO.
High grade ball bearing, and
plbin Grass Catchers-easy to at
tach and easy to empty.
Best grade rubber and cotton
Hose and ' Sprinklers that
Call and examine our goods
and get our prices. It may Save
You Money and help our bush
: i STEWARD'S OPERA HOUSE f
VJednesday, May 26
XAT1XEE WEDESDAY JI'.M.
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I Scenes of AustralU , 2'
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I JEFFRIESSHftRMY, FIGHT
Will be shown so can judge for yourself who is - ;
best man. -.'' .;'.. -
Evening Prices 25c-50c-75c
Matinee Prices 25c-50c I
THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT AND BEST
OOODS EVER SHOWN IN UNION COUNTY.
WE HAVE OTHERS BUT WILL ONLY 3IEN
TJ ON THESE IN THIS Al).
A beautiful Colonial set in Wax Golden Oak, con
sisting 'set .of six line leather chhirs; (30 inch round
pedestal 10 foot extension table; (50 inch buffet; serv
ing table, and ehina closet. The swellest suit ever
shown in Grand Roude vallow See window displav.
Colonial dining room suit, Wax Golden Oak. Very
handsome ; well worth the money. Must be seen to
be appreciated. -
Leathered' Oak Dining Room Suit. Those who
have visited the large cities recently will recognize
this style, with the exception of the price ,which is
much higher than ours.
WE CARRY THE STOCK; ALL GRADES. IF
IN NEED OF ANYTHING IN HOUSE FURNISH
f fivv House
W VCIIf Fnrnlchorc
STEWARD'S OPERA HOUSE
KIGIIT TRIUMPH AM SEASOV.
FIRST TIME IN LA GRANDE.
"The Piny Beautlfal.M
"A Message From Mars"
Saturday, May 22nd
The famous English comedy drama, with the record of 1000 nights
Duke of York Theatre, London: 500 nights, Garrick Theatre New York,
and which is now on its fifth successful consecutive tour of the United
States and Canada. , '-,
A NOTABLE SPECIAL COMPANY INCLUDING THE BRILLANT
ENGLISH COMEDIAN. IIEKESFORI) I.OYKTT, (DIRECT FROM LOX
DON), AND MAlMi A RET 1)I' F.
PRICES: f 1.00, $1.00, .70, .r.0..
Seats on sale Thursday mornfnK.
G EORG E PALM ER, President !. W. H. BRENK DLTS Asst Cashier
F. .1. HOLMES, V(ce President C. S WILLIAMS, 2d AsVt Cashier
F.LK EYERS Cashier
La Grande National Bank
' Of La Grande, Oregon ' .
CAPITAL AMD SURPLUS $I70,0U0 I
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY
. M, Berry , J. D. Matheson F. J. Hormes , F. M. Brykil fr
C. C. Ptrnington F. L. Msyers Geo. L. Cleaver J
W. L. Brenholts George Palmer i
IDAHO CAREY ACT LAND
m saw iuuiiv if I SCJII1JI Vri J. JLIU
Offers 20,000 acres at $35 per acre, ad
joining the Twin Falls Tract, tasiest kind'
of terms. Land now open for entry.
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