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EYFMXU OBSERVER, LA CBAXDE, OREUOV. TfESDAT, JIXT 27, 1909.
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PASTIME STOCK CO.
A Four Act Comedy Drama
MATINEE, Saturday, 2:30
PRICESEvenings, 25c. Matinee 10 and 20 cents.
Ivy Long. Justine Clarke, Gertrude
Ralston. Lulu Gulling, Frances Mas
see, Olive Massee and Lulu Dawson.
Many Killed In Battle. '
Barcelona, July 27. Twelve
were killed and 50 injured this after
noon In a clash between troops and
rioters. The dead include a military
captain, three gendarmes, and eight
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY.
FOR RENT Five room modern cot
tage. Call at . 1108, corner Sixth
and O e venue, or inquire of gen
eral delivery clerk at postofllce.
Mrs. C. M. Humphreys.
LOST Light gold cuff link. Suitable
reward If returned to this office, (tf)
MESSENGER SERVICE call Red 1842
for prompt response. . , (j23-23.)
FOR SALE Royal Ann cherries. Will
' deliver or call at farm. :
W. V. CARBINE,
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Mrs. G. L. BIggers
friends in Union today.
Attorney Chas. E. Cochran is 1n
Baker City today on legal matters.
Frank Harris is in Cove today.
Representative Hiner of the
Spokesman-Review, 1b transacting
business.in Wallowa county today.
Bert Oilman, manager of the Spo
kane cafe, is transacting business at
points west today. '
Mrs. Sarah Potts left this morning
for Walla Walla where she will visit
a son, and other relatives.
"Bud" Theisen, little son of Mr. and
Mrs. P. J. Theison, left this morn
ing for the Jap Stevens camp at Ron
dowa. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wagner of Peu
dleton, came over this morning ti
Join a camping party. The weather
has postponed It for a few days.
Miss Ruth Grover, who has been
visiting friends here for a few days,
will leave in the morning for her
home In Halley, Idaho.
Warren Chandler who returned this
mornlne from Portland, says he
brought the rain with him. It has
been raining In the Willamette val
ley for several days.
"Grandma" Wilsqn returned to her
home on Crlckett Flat this morning
after spending a few days In La
Grande with friends. She was a
guest with Mrs. G. W. Coleman, 1213
.Trilin RhAA. of Pendleton, the O. R.
& N. employe who had his eye burned
very badly a few weeks ago with a
cinder, has gone to Portland for
treatment. It Is feared that the eye
will have to be removed. Pendleton
Professor W. J. Kerr, president of
the Oregon Agricultural college al
Corvallis. arrived in Baker yesterday
and left today for Burns waere he
will meet James Withyconibo and
Professor C. I. Lewis, of Corvallis,
and together they will inspect the
Bute experimental farm in Harney
county. Baker City Herald.
J. M. Hilts Is expecting his bnlh
er, who now Is in California, to arrive
on a visit In a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Snodgra3a and
several other friends left yesterday
morning for the vicinity of Medical
Springs for an outing.
Manager Barnes of the Elgin base
ball team is on his May to Portland
on a business trip. He arrived this
afternoon from Elgin and goes west
In the case of McKennon vs. Krie
eer, involving a settlement over a
cord wood deal, a demurrer to the
complaint has been filed by Mr. Krior
ger's attorney, J. S. Hodgin.
Attomov C. TT. Finn writes irom
Portland where he has associated
himself with the practice of law with
Leroy Lomax, under the firm name
of Finn ft Lomax, to have his Even
ing Observer sent to 602 Buchanan
Or. IV. D. McMillan
Mrs. J. A. Russell who was severely '
injured on July 4tn in a runaway up
Mill Canyon and for over two weeks
was not able to be moved to the city
returned home yesterday.
Oscar Lund brought over a load of
berries early this forenoon and state.?
that up to the time he left Cove that
that section of the valley had not
received as great a rainfall ns on
this side of the valley.
Attorney Lloyd came over from El
gin this afternoon. He yesterday re
ceived a decision in the suit recently
heard here, entitled Darron against
Darron, where the plaintiff E. Darron,
Bued for partition, rents and other
moneys. The court denied the pray
ers of the plaintiff. Mr. Lloyd was
the counsel for the defendant, Maiy
B. Darron, et al. '
Up at the court house these daya
the county employes and others
whose duties call them there, n re
keeping down flesh by the use of
boxing gloves, applied externally af
ter being first fastened to the fist1 of
some other person. The treatments
occur during the noon hour in -the
early morning before time to open
shop. It is said that Deputy Sheriff
Newl in is the most successful print:
tloner of the new. school.
city, but now living at Goldendale,
Washington, is here visiting friends
and transacting business.
Miss Jessie Green of this city
leaves tonight or tomorrow for
Goldendale, Washington, where she
will visit with friends for a few days.
L. L Dipple, a special agent for
the American Central, with headquar
ters in Boise, is here conferring with
the local agents, the La Grande In
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Goodman, of
Faribault, Minn., are here visiting
with the George Kelly Jr., and O. G.
Lewis families. They are prospective
locators in the west.
Mrs. J. J. Carr is home from an
extended visit In Portland. Mr. Carr
went to Portland last week, and they
Attorney J. D. Hinkle, ot Pendle
ton, Is in the city to conduct a Car
rier vs. Goft contest case before the
officials of the land office.
Engineer Charles Norby Is down
from Kamela today. ,
Lester and Jesse Goff, of Dale, Ore
gon, are in the city.
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Mrs. Edna Morrison has
Portland on a brief visit
Mrs. E. S. Crockett, of Elgin, came
up on the train this afternoon
J. K. Wright of the La Grande In-
vestment company is a business visi
tor in Union today. ;
R. J. Broughton, cruiser for the
Palmer Lumber company, returned
today from the Palmer camps.
The amended fire ordinance is now
in full force and effective and prop
erty owners should read the ordin
ance carefully. It Is In this issue.
Mrs. W. A. Worstell, who returned
from Pendleton Sunday, where she
sustained an operation, is improving
Walter Lyman, who formerly was
interested In the Oregon Red Apple
orchard, and other enterprises In this
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A miscellaneous surprise shower
was last evening tendered Miss Laura
Green at the home of her parents,
1311 N avenue,, in anticipation of her
coming marriage to Reuben E. Wills
of Corvallis. Costly presents rained
down on the unsuspecting bride-to-be
at a late hour In the evening, and
informal pastime occupied the even
ing hours. Light refreshments con
sisting of three-of-a-klnd sherbet,
cake and coffee brought, to a close
one of the most enjoyable ante-nuptial
affairs in the city this summer.
On account of the surprise nature ot
the event, no house decorations were
attempted. Those present at the ex
tremely pleasant shower, were: Mes
dames Maude Hanson, F. H. Green
and A. W. Nelson; Misses Nora Fritts,
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Ail work turned out with
dispatch and guaranteed.
THE OLD PRESTON 8TAND.
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GEORGE PALMER, President C. S. WILLIAMS, 2nd AbbI Cashier.
F. J. HOLMES, Vice-President W. H. BRENHOLTS, Asst. Cashier
F. L. MEYERS, Cashier. ' '
La Orande National Bank
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