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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (June 24, 1909)
ETEMXC OBSEETEB. LA CBtI?E. OBEt0. TIUUSDAY, ll"t SU
! Mrs. Chas Stacey left last night for
! Spokane and Seattle expecting to be
LOCAL. ITEMS. j absent several weeks.
fhe Kaffee Klateh will be enter-!
t&lned tomorrow by Mrs. C. A. Yurpil- j
Engine 380 arrived at this division '
last night from Albina and will give J
additional locomotive power at this I
division. r !
Mrs. C. M. De Vere. of Salt Lake, is
v visiting her mother.' Mrs. D. H !
tlipm - :
Steward. She is accompanied by her
sister 3Hbs Peterson.
All ladies wishing to go to the mis- I
sionary meeting at Perry will please !
be at Mrs. Ramsey's to start at two '
o'clock on Friday. I
. J. L. Wortman. of Wallowa, returned j
home today after spending a few days j
with friends in the city.
Mrs. Noble and daughters, Mrs. Gol
lthan and Miss Maggie, returned this
morning from an extended visit to
Portland and various points.
Henry Miller of Baker City, who is
an expert sheep shearer, arrived this
aftrnoon and tomorrow will go to
H. De Long, who has recently finish
ed installing some new machinery in
the Island City Flouring Mill, will go
JUL to Baker City in a few days where he
Will HlaUiM lie if pmui. at liiai iiai.c
Mr. and Mrs. Hansen, of Iola, Kan
sas, left for points west today after
a visit with Mr. and Mrs. William Al
linson. They will tour the coast be
fore returning to their home.
Engineer Frank Jackson is taking
a lay off for. a short time. He will
spend his vacation in Portland and
Seattle. Engineer Reachlin will take
A. Sundman who has made Hilgard
his home for the last fifteen years, is
in La Grande today. Some of these
times Mr. Sundman expects to make
his home in La tiran'de, having recent
ly purchased an acre tract here.
Mrs. Anna .Wells Baker, who at
tended the grand lodge at Pendleton
as a representative of Orthin lodge,
Portland, arrived last evening to visit
relatives and frinds until Saturday.
Mrs. Baker Is one of the pioneers of
La Grande and made her home here
until a few years ago.
Mr. Stroma of Iowa, is here looking
over our county. He stated that last
year he got the western fever and
wrote to numerous places for descrip
tive literature, he received so much
that he did not evn attempt to read
it, but made up his mind to take plen
ty of time and come out and see for
Miss Etha and Burl Kooch of Enter
prise, and Miss Cooper, a teacher in
the Joseph high school were in the
city this morning- on their way home
from the Seattle fair. Miss Etha Kooch
has been attending school at Eugene.
She was joined at Portland by her
brother and Miss Cooper and all pro
ceeded to the fair together. They re
port a(ery delightful time.
TvTiss HattieShort who has attended
the McMinnvflle college and has rec
ently returned from that city, has ac
cepted a position on the switch board
of the Home Independent Telephone
company. Miss Short was formerly
with the Pacific States company, for
several years the long distance opera
tor. '; -
Traey.Newman is nttenttrig to busi
ness in Portland today.
Tj. 1). Fiske. of Teloonsr-t, is in la
'it'.j-aia today on land office business
Geo. Miller, of Cove, is In th
today completing -'the 'arran cements
for thy picnic to be h?li at his ram 'i
Jay Van Duren and Mayor M. K.
Hall are expected home via the moun
tain reads with the latter's new amo
sold through Mr. Van Burnt. Tha
machine is a 16-horsepower Franklin,
of th Model G type, and adapted to
carry four passengers.
Henry Brill is down from his Fox
Hill farm '''today and states that
buckle berries will be plentiful" thia
season and that they are nearly' bali
grown. . -
C- ft. Curtis, state manager of the
Gennania Life Insurance Company,
with headquarters at Portland, is here
today confering with District Supef
lntendent C. R. Carlock.
The Schwebke school district, a few
miles east of the city yesterday pur
chased from Agent Manuel Snider, a
Waterbery Heating and Ventilating
ystera. There will be few llatricts
in the county not so supplied wh 3.1 the
merit rt kl. I- tnifdMtniMf
EAEL KILPATRICK W1SMR
OF BLCKXAN FEIZE. -
Mr. Kilpatrick, this week be
ing graduated from the Univer
sity of Oregon, won a fitting
victory to his aniversity career
by capturing the Beckman prize
for oratory., carrying with it
honors of a forensic nature that
are hard to duplicate in the Eu
gene institution, and also mean
ing a cash prize of $100. Frank
Kilpatrick of this city has been
showered with congratulations
ior urn son signal victory.
Real Estate and Insurance
111 DEPOT STREET
Buyers will find I have an attractive list to
ALL ICINDS AND SIZES
LA GRANDE WILL
f The Little Shop X
Main St. t
V Stamping of all kinds, includ-
ing shirt waists & Center pieces, 2
done, embroidery lessons given.
Orders taken and lessons giTen ?
r In stenciling. Full line of em- S
g City Orucery; ana: Baftery,g
O E. POtACK, Prop. O
g BeU Phone, Main 75 Independent 241 : " U
0OOOOOOOOOOO O O O SOOOO 0 O 0000000.
Gaps and Rubbers For All Jars
The 'abstract before you invest it's
absolutely necessary if you wish to
avoid buying a lot of expensive liti-;
gation and probable loss of .be invest j-
ment : '.' '
Have us draw you up an abstract, j fc
and be thoroughly posted on vhat ? oj j X
are purchasing. "We have the cuiy'r
complete set of abstract books' In I n- 4
- GEORGEOUS PARADE -
A Civic Demonstration on a
Scale Never Before Attempt
ed. Music, Sports. Amuse
ments, Fireworks and -Many
Spectacular teatures .-' -
$2,000.00 will be expended for
popular amusements, music, and
enjoyments. Monday, July 5th.
CSORGE PALMER. President C. S. WIL! ! '
P. J. HOrME.V, Vice-President W. II. BRL.
. . F. L. MEYERS. Cashier.
MF.i'na -- Cashier.
.. ;TS, A:. si.. Cashier
ion county. Cuaranteed acciracy aud )
LA GRANDE 1XTESTMEM CO.
'Ws4&$4W'Q$Q44&&4?4& HJ'M'444444-44'-,4 HH'-f-i'l-f-oii--
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La Orande National Bank
Of La Grande, Oregon ,
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS 170,000
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY
M. Berry J: D.'.Matheson F. J. Holmes F. M.
C C. Pennington ' F. L, Mtysrs Geo. L. Cleaver
W.-L. Bunholts George Pair"
The Idaho Irnaation Co. Ml .
Offers 20,000 acres at $35 per acre, ad-
loining the Twin Falls Tract, easiest kind
of terms. Land now open tor entry..
wonieu, llkd to be well dressed, but many of them
don't k.now how to go aboit it
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clothing stores can't help, them much, eitbor .
they clothe them, 'ttls true butthey certainly d(u't drt"f Uieni,
And That's Where This Store)
We dress men well we spare no pains to do it.
Clothes quality, these days, counts for aa much as price lu the
way of an inducement, when asking for patronage.
EXCLUI VENESS AND EXCELLENCE IN HATS AND HABER
DASHERY. : .Mii&Adl& :
If you care for clothes excellence, Sir, come here! '
Clothes ot Quality
Loose leaf iVotc Books at
If ou have anything special to order in the
wav of "OFFICE SUPPLIES ' dive us a trial
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"Where Nothing is
Too Much Trouble"
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