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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (July 2, 1909)
ITES1.(; OBSERVER, LA CEAXBE, QBE 60 X. FRIDAY. JULY i, 1909.
The Enterprise baseball .am - m
Play a game with the Elgin team to
morrow. . . .
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Dstrkt Attorney F. S. Ivanhoe went
to Union on the morning train. .
Sister Mathews of'Baker City, is
here as the guest of Sister M. Cuper
tino. .. Ri V. Davis and William A. Elmer of
Union, are In La Grande today on land
Mrs. W. A. Worstell is In Union to
gay attending the reunion of the W.
Mrs. Laura Gleeson of Cheney,
Washington, Is here visiting Mr. and
Mrs. Luke Dunn.
Guy E. McCully arrived home this
morning from Portland where he was
a witness In the Asa Thomson trial.
Attorney T. H. Crawford is In Un
ion today on business and pleasure
G. T. Flemening, who has been cri
tically ill for the past two weeks, has
bo far recovered that he is able to be
out of his home a portion of the day.
Attorney Robert R. Lloyd returned
to Elgin today after spending a few
days here as counsel In the Daron
against Daron case.
Mrs. Hattie McDonald is spending a
fvv days at Hot Lake. She came home
mis morning for a brief visit but re-
urned again at once. '
N. Irrson, of Bear River, who has
(been in Seattle, went on to his home
this morning, after spending the night
here with friends.
Messrs Geibel, Coleman, Allen and
Oliver, old soldiers, are among those
who went to Union this morning to
attend the G.. A. R. convention.
The large merry-go-round Is being
put up today at the corner of Spring
and 6th, and will run during the celebration.
Mr. and Mrs. George T. Cochran are
in Union today, where Mr. Cochran is
acting in the capacity of orator of
Engine No. 22 is in the round house
undergoing a general overhauling.
Mrs. Avery Harrison and daughter,
pent the day with relatives at Island
City.' " ; ; '! : ' :' .
Fournler Injured his finger again in
the fifth Inning yesterday and retired
in favor of Murray. It happened short
ly after Moere was cut off at the plate
by Cooney. Moore slid in and
Johnny's hand was bruised. Portland
Mrs. L. L. McKinnon and daughter
Fanny returned to their home at Alicel
Tuesday after a visit with Mrs. Mc
Klnnon's daughter, Mrs. Ina Gaskill.
Little Vivian Gaskill went home with
her grandma for a visit Enterprise
I Mr. and Mrs. George Ball are home
from an extensive tour that kept them
j on the move for two weeks or more.
ffThey vsited friends in Sllverton, Ore
gon, attended the BaptlBt convention
in Portland, "took in" the paystreak
and visited the more solemn sights of
the A-Y-P., and spent several days at
Seaside and Fort Stevens.
Join Representative Jerry Rusk, of
Joseph, who wields the destinies of
Union and Wallowa countleB at the
Salem law making Institution, arrived
this afternoon to transact business
J. B. Gilham and G. A. Carlock of
the Germanla Life Insurance company
returned today from Wallowa and Jo
Mrs. L. J. Campbell, of. Duluth,
Minn., is returning from a vteit to
Seattle and Is a guest with Mr. and
Mrs. B. A. Benham.
John Klrcher, of Vale, who has been
here a few days, will return home to
night Mrs. J. C. Henry who has been In
Portland for a month returned home
Many from here are planning on
going to Union tomorrow to attend
the celebration there.
J. K. Lowry, of the American Light
and Power company returned this af
ternoon from a visit to Enterprise
where he transacted business. His
company is putting In a water system
Dr. W. D. McMillan
! Painless Dentistry
A La Grande National Bank Rid a.
n , i n
Furniture Store Purchased.
H. B. Haisten has
E. Hood stock of furniture at Wallowa! !
ana win open a first-class furniture
store there soon after the Fourth.
.ew Pictures Tonight
There will be an entire change of
pctures at the . Scenic tonight All
pictures are new and have never been
seen here before. Petrie and Budd
still continue to please the audience
more and more at every performance
and have made fast friends with ev
erybody, Rosa and Green are hard to
beat as sketch artists and it is a very
rare treat to watch them go through
their act with the snap and go that is
always pleasing to the theatregoers.
Have Yon Laughed Lately!
Then you should see the "Yankee
Detective," which the Taylor Stock
Co. Is presenting at the Pastime. A
big crowd last night were tickled to
death and then there Is some melo
drama in It too.
The comedy In this piece is handled
ujr hi torn Dauieia uu ill . Taj lor wuat
more can be said?
Tomorrow night the great war play.
"For Love and Honor," and Sunday
night, "A Prisoner of War" another
At the matinee tomorrow, "Yankee
JOHXSOX & BRUCE.
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TAYLOR STOCK CO. I
$ "A Yankee Detective,"
Saturday night, "For Love and 1
Sunday, "A Prisoner of War." X
Matinee Saturday, 2:30.
La Grande's Foremost Vaudeville
S. A. Gardiner, Manager.
Week opening Monday, June '
Petrie and Budd, eccentric
comedians. ' "
Miss Bella Rosa and Jas. F.
THE CHORUS GIRL
Flossie Flip, (The Chorus Girl)
....... .......Miss Bella Rosa
Clarence Tipton, Attorney-at-lav
........Jas. F. Green
Time". .7... Present .
Real Estate and Insurance
Ui DEPOT STREET
Buyers will find I have an attractive list to
LA GRANDE WILL
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.
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ALL KINDS AND SIZES
Half Gal .......... 1.75
SHRAM JARS ;. ... , , . . ' -
; Half Gal 150
' , MASON JARS "
Pints- 7gc .
Half Gal 1.25
Gaps and Rubbers For All Jars
tCity Grocery and Bakery,
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Men, as well as women, lik to be well dressed, but many of them '
don't know how to go about it.
The majority of clothing stores can't help them much, either
they clothe them, 'ttis true butthey certainly don't dress them.
And That's Where This Store
GEORGE PALMER, President C. S. WILL1AVS, 2nd Asnt Cashier.
F. J. HOLMES, Vice-President W. H. BRENKOiTS, Asst. Cashier
F. L. MEYERS, Cashier.
La Orande National Bank
Of La Grande, Oregon
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $170,000
.UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY
. M, Berry J. D'Matheson F. J. Holme ,F. M. Brykit
C. C. Pennington F. L. Meyers Geo. L. Cleaver
W. L Brsnholtt ' George Palow
IDAHO CAREY ACT LAUD
The Idaho Irrigation Co. Ltd.
Offers 20,000 acres at $35 per acre, ad
ioining the Twin Falls Tract, tasiestkind
of terms. Land now open for entry. :
We dress men well we spare no pains to do it
Clothes quality, these days, counts for as much as price In the i
way of an Inducement, when asking for patronage. T
EXCLUIVENESS AND EXCBlLLENCE IN HATS AND HABER-T
DASHERY. ' r $aiaSli&2mM
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jvu tB mr viuiuea ccei-ience, sir, come nerei -
Sbecial attention to Special Orders
B" OKS AND STATIONARY
"Where Nothing is
Too Much Trouble"