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f lGE EIGHT.
RrT if BSEBTEB, LA GRANDE, OttEGOTC , THl'RSDAY, JlNE 21, 1909.
In Every Department
One-Fourth Off on All
Suits, Coats and Jackets.
Garments are the season s
creations . We offer vou a wide
variety in quality, styles and ma
terials to select from.
The Quality Store
ALL THE NEW STYLES.
We have a large line of new hand bags that we
are going to sell at one-half price and less. We
have displayed this line of bags on the big table ia
our store, and have marked them "Your Choice lor
Two Dollars." Whether or not you need c;.e at
present, you cannot afford to miss this sale. Twenty
6r more differtn hinds. Call and see them.
rilLL'5 DRUQ 'JT0RE!
LA GRANDE, OREGON
5c a Roll and up
Now is the time to patch up.
W. H. B0HNENKAMP Co
F. C. Fields the railroader, who U
a prominent K. of P., Is home today
bearing the marks of injuries sus
tained during a big spill by an a.in
last eveniug at Pendleton. A part'
of Knights were enjoying a spin about
the city and adjacent country, and
while running at a "right smart" dtp.
struck n ditch and the car upset. Ev
ery passenger was more or less hurt,,
though none were critically injured.
The driver alone escaned without
bruises. Mr. Fields was one of the
passengers, and his face bears the
evidence of the accident very vividly.
Fortunately for all. bruises, of the
kind inflicted on Mr. Fields, was the
chief item of injuries.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior.
' U. S. Land Office at La Grande. Ore.
May 24. 1909.
Notice is hereby given that
of La Grande, Oregon, who, on Sep-
! teinber 29, 1903 made Homestead En
try No. 1261, Serial No. 04028, for
SEt4 NEVi, NE SEVi, Sec. 7,
NW4, section 8, .ownshtp 2 south,
range 3S east, Willimette M., has
! fil ad notice of Intention to make final
5 year proof, to establish claim to
the land above described, before th
register and receiver. U. S. LanJ
Office, Lu Grail. jm,juu, ,u u-
li'tt day o. joij. ldi.
Claimant uiv . fti'.acad.'a:
Fraacb. II. Cs:y. ?rs. Cuix.!
Geoige G:oicn. Vlj.i. i. ol L&
F. C. BRAMWELL, Register.
Meeting Committees Announced.
Committees which will have charge
of the Pioneer meeting to be held at
Imblfer, July 22. have been announced
Grounds A. Benjamin, O. W. Ruck
man, C C Welch. J. A. Gaskill and W.
- SEATTLE, June 24. Probably the
most remarkable scenic reproduction
of a naval battle ever presented, ia
the Battle of the Monitor and Mer
rlinac, the $240,000 concession on
the "Pay Streak" of the A.-Y.-P. ex
position at Seattle.
As the curtain is drawn aside, the
visitor unconsciously starts at the
realism of the panorama before him.
Stretching away, apparently for
miles, is Hampton Roads, the scene
of the first conflict between Iron
clads. The Federal vessels are anchored
here, unconscious of the presence of
the Confederate ironclad, the Merri
mac. The Merrlmac. appears, tsatn?
ing slowly toward the helpless
wooden vessels of the Union fleet.
The ironclad first reaches the Cum
berland, which is sunk with nil op
board by several broadsides. Next
tho rnnf.r::t; Jrc-Cla Bieauitf to
the Congress, which runs up a while
flag. Through a mistake, the Merrl
mac fires a volley of hot shot Into
the magazine of the Federal vessel,
settng it on fire. Night ends the bat
tle and the Merrlmac retires. The
Congress burns late into the night
and sinks. ' -
The La Grande delegation to the
Grand Lodge at Pendleton are re
turning today, the principal business
having been transacted last evening.
The list of officers follows:
For the Knights of Pythias the fol
lowing have been chosen as officers
for the next year:
Frank Menefee. of . The Da'ies,
grand chancellor; Darwin E. Yoran,
of Eugene, grand vice chancellor;
George Schulmerich or Hillsboro,
grand prelate; L. R. Stlnson of Salorn,
G. K. R. S.; J. W. Maloney, Pendleton.
G. M. E.; F. H. Rosenberg, of C.t ,se
Grove, grand master at arms; George
V. Knight of Hubbard, grand inner
guard; F. M. -White, of Klamath Falls,
grand outer guard. Gus C. Moser, re
tiring grand chancellor, as chysen
as a trustee, and L. M. Curl, a past
grand chancellor" was chosen as su
preme -representative to fall the va
cancy caused by the expiratiou of ib
term of W. M. Cook.
The next session of the grand lodge
will be held in Portland. However the
grand lodge voted down a resolution
providing that the grand lodge mei-t
permanently In that city
The grand temple officer j are
. Inez R. Chase, CoquUle, 3 v.n i
chief; May Geveretz, Portland, grand
senior; Elizabeth Stlnsun, Salem,
grand Junior; Pearlina Anthony, Ba
ker City, grand manager; Nellie R
McGowan, Medford, grand protector;
Minnie E. McKenzle, Milton, g-and
guard; Mldiam Brooks, Porllanl. su
preme represntative; Elizabeth Im
prie. Hillsboro, alternate; Mary H.
Hogue, Klamath Fails, mistress of
records and correspondence; Hanna
Vir.cnt. St John's mstress of finance;
Emma Syuder, Aurora, grand trustee.
Program Anna Brooks. Mrs. Mc
Goldrick, Miss Coble, Mrs. Hibberd,
and Mrs. Wade Brooks.
Music Anna Brooks, Wade Brooks
and Clay Rinehart.
Refreshments Mesdames Shanks,
f! rooks Wade. Benjamin and Parker.
Reception Messrs and Mesdames
Ruckman, Wade, McGoldrtck, Gaskill,
Welch, Woodell, Bach, Wade, Shanks,
McKinnis, Stringham, Terry, Tuttle
and Mtss Lucy Wade.
Conveyance C. R, Hibberd. W. W.
Bach and J. J. Wade.
Mrs. William Hall left last evening
to join her husband at Seattle. He
has charge of the Union county ex
hibit at that place.
, J. S. Peach took his departure last
evening for Payette, where he will at
tend a camp meeting being conducted
by the adventlsta.
B U L
1 AM SHOWING THE LARGEST
VARIETY AND BEST SELECTED
STOCK OF SEEDS EVER EXHIBIT
ED IN UNION COUNTY, AND I
KNOW THESE ARE THE PRODUCT
OF REPUTABLE SEED GROWERS;
AND I ALSO KNOW. MY PRICES
ARE AS LOW AS IT IS CONSIST
ENT TO SELL FRESH, RELIABLE
STOCK. V . V
Alfalfa. Red and Alsike
and all Kinds of Garden Seed anf
Lawn Grasses vj
A. V. OLIVER
THE BEST PLACE
Without a doubt the 1
get all kinds of vegete
berries, cherries, ' orang
and lemons, is at the Geddes v.
they have the best and the freshest;
and should you want nice crisp sweet
or sour pickles. Just call them up;
and don't 1 forget that 25c coffee, It
takes the place of your 40c coffee.
Just In a shipment of Swifts ham and
Daily Observer 65c per Month
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