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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (June 26, 1909)
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Mrs. J. P. Meyers is over from Un
ion today. '
Mrs. J. Hampson Teturned last night
from Kamela. - '
Machinist Ed Harrison left last
night for Portland. . " ' . .'
Another new fireman added to the
list, is Emmit Wfelsh.
Fifteen cars of stock from Nampa
went through today for Portland.
W. E. Stlne, formerly with the O.
R. & N. is In from his ranch in Wal
Conductor W. E. Fergus has taken
the log train run to Looking Glass,
H. D.,Auld, traveling agent for the
Mutual Life Insurance company, came
up from Portland last night.
Miss Naomi Williamson returned
home from the state university this
' Henry Bader returned to Elgin to
day. He has been up to the mine
rfiRtrlft with Mlko Vol;; ' '
Miss Mary Greary went to Hot Lake
to vlBlt friends last night, and re
turned this morning.
Mrs. Weatherby returned today to
her home in Seattle after spending a
month here with her father, Joseph
Engine No. 374 came in from Al
bina to fill the demand for power
but even with added equipment, the
division is short of supply.
An extra train came in from Enter
prise today with 15 cars of sheep
for the markets. This is the second
train from there in a week.
Fred Geibel, manager of the Fair
store, returned this morning from
Spokane, where he went to select
goods for the fall and winter.
Rev. J. D. Gillllan left this morning
for Summerville, where he will hold
the regular quarterly meeting of the
Methodist church tomorrow.
N. J. Mansager returned last night
from North Yakima, where be has
been experting a set of books for
Miller and West, the well drillers.
A BDerlnl ' i-
. . ' " io leave La
Grande at 9:30 tomorrow morning to'
carry fans to the La Grande-E n
baseball game, was the order at 2 i
O Clock thla . 1 I
.V "ir,uuon and whether or!
not the required, 50 tickets are soldi
nam miiar tin aM - m . I
v' iui. several
have already signified their intentions
of buying tickets, for the public in
general is anxious to treat Elgin right
tomorrow for the commercal interests
are anxioug to have a good represen
tation here from there on July 5 a
scurry will be made for tickets to
night, but those not seen should noti
fy Grant Lincoln if they can attend.
The train Is ordered and must be paid
for, costing $65.
C J. BLACK
Real Estate and Insurance
1lt DEPOT STREET
SOMMERS BL'DG. '
Buyers will-find I have an attractive list to
' Select From
LA GRANDE WILL
It is estimated that it will require
Ave carloads of sacks to supply the
demand, as bumper crops Will .be har
vested, basing the statement on all
evidences that go to form estimatesat
this time. This will be sarin w
$2,000 In the mere fact that the order
for all members of the Union comes In
The firm given the bid. is the TCp.r
Kifford Company of Portland.
Conductor F. O Hare is to get the
Joseph-La Grande passenger run, a
place made vacant by Conductor J. E.
Conners' promotion' to the mainline.
A private car1 on the rear of No
11 today waB occupied by members of
the Central College Glee club of Pel
lo, Iowa. They were on their way to
Seattle. . -
Walter Nelduer, receiver of the
Farmers and Traders bank, went to
Portland this morning in response to
a summons to appear before the Fed
eral grand jury.
Mrs. C G. Scheurer accompanied
Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Richey home from
North Powder yesterday and will
spend a few days as "Mrs. Rlchey's
Mrs. P J. Garrett, of Fort Collins,
Colo., arrived In La Grande this mor
ning and will BDend the summer with
her daughter, Mrs. Laura Jackson,
and her son, Rev, Baker, of Cove.
Three helper crews are now In ser
vice at Pleasant Valley to help the
rush of business over the mountains.
Engineer Will Adler left last evening
to take charge of the third engine.
County Recorded I. R. Snook, E. D.,
J- H. and F. D. Gaskell returned this
morning from Fly Valley at the head
of the Grande Ronde where they
pent some time fishing. They re
Port excellent success.
A work train tm
Umatilla for the summer to gravel
me track from Pnnrilotnn in ITma.
U1'a. Engineer Cupernell left last
evening to run the engine' on that
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.ntendent of th Y. M. C. A. building
11 Seattle, arrived in Tj r.rnri thin
morning from her home in Chicago,
""o win be the guest of her aunt,
'8. Laura B. . Jackson, for a few
'ays bfore resuming her Journey to
Jay Van Buren, Will Glenn and M.
v i,HaH arr,ved lat evening from
Walla Whern 1)10 fl-.t .... - jt
ased Franklin cars.
Miss LotfU Waii - --.-- t n
r,. . " a Binier ui J. r.
ail of this city, arrived last even-
I "8 from f!mntnn iw t--1..
will. In a muniTm. . I, vi.k
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faculty the coming year.
Three New Machines.
The nflux of new automohilpn in Tj
Grande and (Tnion county is really
remarKable. Aside from the two
Franklins which arrived last even
ing, a make that is new to this cty,
arrived today for the M. &'m. com
pany. It is an E. M. & F., 30 horse
power, four passenger car. It is built
by the Studebaker people.
- GE0RGE0US PARADE -
Warehouse to be Built
Bids have been received for binding
twine, but no contract has as yet
been closed. As the paper goes to
press the matter of buying or building
a grain warehouse, probably at
Island Cty,. is being discussed, and
action will likely be taken before the
Tickets 60 Cents.
The circus people are charging 60
cents for tickets this year instead of
the universal price of half a. dollar.
The arrangement adds 20 per cent to
their revenue for the day.
Duty on Farm Implements.
WASHINGTON, June 26. The Ba
con, amendment to the tariff bill, plac
ing agricultural implements on the
free list was defeated today, by a vote
of 46 to 25. Senators La Follette and
Clapp were the only republicans who
voted for the amendment.
A Civic Demonstration on a
Scaie 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.
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Men, aa well as women, like to be well dressed, but many of them
dont know how to go about it. i
The majority of clothing atorea can't help them much, either
they clothe them, 'ttla true butthey certainly dont dress them.
And That's Where This Stored
We dress men well we spare no pains to do it
Clothes quality, these daya, counU for aa much as price In the
way of an Inducement, when asking for patronage.
EXCLUIVENESS AND EXCELLENCE IN HATS AND HABEtt-f
dashert. ; asiiJuasmnEancica
If you care for clothes excel-lence, Sir, come herel
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Clothes of Quality
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ALL KINDS AND SIZES
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Half Gal ....,;..,,,,' j 7g
Pints- . .
Caps and Rubbers For All Jars
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GEORGE PALMER, President C. S. WILLI.V.'S. 2nd X'-r Cashier
F. J. HOLMES, Vice-President W. H. BREN.TS. Asm" ashler
F. L. MEYERS, Cashier.
La Grande National Bank
Of La Grande, Oregon
CAPITAL AMD SURPLUS $170,000
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY
' , DIRECTORS
. M. Berry J. D.Matheson F. J. Holmes F. M. Brykit
C. C. Psnnlngton F. L. Msyers Geo. L. Cleaver
W. L. Brenholts George Palm
IDAHO CAREY P.CT LAND
The Idaho Irriaation Co. Ltd.
Offers 20,000 acres at $35 ner arre. aif.
Homing the Twin Falls Tract, tasiestkind
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oi Terms, tana now open tor enry.
Sbecial attention to Special Orders
BnOKS AND STATIONARY
"Where Nothing is
Too Much Trouble"