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The Republican platform in ' the
state of Virginia declares in favor of
Alice Roosevelt Longworth is anx
ious to take a trip in a flying ma
chine. She comes from a family that
generally succeeds in doing what
If Union county does not come to
the front with a candidate for gov
ernor, we will bo a back number,
nearly every, other county Is repre
sented. The body of Leutenant Pike, the
discoverer of the famous pike which
bears his name is to be moved from
Sackett's Harbor, Mass., and placed
at the foot of Pike's Peak near Cal
Heat wub the result of five deaths
in Chicago yesterday. It is safe to
predict that if they had been told of
the cool refreshing nights in Oregon,
they would not have believed it.,
Mrs. Ella Young has just been elec
ted to the responsible position of su
perintendent of the public schools of
the city of Chicago. The first lady
to have been chosen in the history
of the city.
It now turns out that the $30,000
reported to have been paid the farm
ers by the Porter Bros for lands in
the Deschutes canyon, is in reality
only a bond and that the total in
vestment so far was only $4.r0. It
will take a few weeks to know how
much bluff there is bthind all this
SPECIFIC TIOS CALL FOK SMALL
2am nt Meadow brook Lnrgrr Than
Most People Imntrliu'.
Specifications for the dam at the
mouth of Meadowbrook, which are
to be considered tonight by the direc
tors before they are sent on to the
consulting engineer, Mr. Humphreys
give some information of the glgantlo
size of the dam that is to W. Ktw
have any lla of the size. The speci
fications call for n concrento dam
that will jolt most imaginations.
The bottom of the concrete struc
ture will bo 325 feet wide and 450
feet long. From this rectangle, the
structure will rise up In the air a dis
tance of 113 feet and the sides will
slant up at such an nnnle that the top
of the dam win be ft" m0 a;nl
the same length as the fc ottom.
This Is the contents of the specifica
tion, In brief, as they will be acted on
tonight, if Secretary Reynolds re
turns to the city in time to partici
pate in the meeting.
Sotlce to The Public.
Harry V. Meyers and Joe Kelley
hereby give notice to the public that
they have formed a partnership to do
general tonsorlal parlor business, and
on past records solicit w.mu'.gs .t
a;::r friends imc. rev.uUr cuhtuiuis cf
the Meyers barbershop.
HARRY U. MEYERS.
IIoKtcftii Home F rom Seattle.
(Continued Frouj Page One.)
visited the fair, gave even more space
to the Union county day.
By having representative women aa
her assistants, and the public of La
Grande, Mrs. I van hoe was able to
place Union county glaringly before
thousands. While the appended clip
ping say that 125 visited the reception
committee it is clear that 1000 from
all sections of the country were re
ceived. The 123 mentioned, were
only those from Union county anl
Three hundred badges were far in
sufficient, and this in a measure dis
closes the popularity of Union county
Too much praise cannot , be given
Mrs. Ivanhoe for h er untiring efforts,
and her r eceptlon of compliments
since here arrival home has been un
limited. Clippings from the Seattle papers
.dative to .! vnt. nm appended
for the, reason that things In Oregon
are invariably passed up with mere
mention by tlje Seattle papers. More
attention was given Union coun.y
day than any other Oregon event
thus far. The clippings follow:
(Seattle Times Tuesday, July 27.)
The most important event at the
fair today from a view point of at
tendance, was the Union county day
program at the Oregon building. A
delegation from Union county, wear
ing the white budges with gold let
tering, took in the exposition and the
members enjoyed themselves at the
reception given them from 3 to 5 In
the afternoon. Refreshments were
served and the musical program in
cluded two vocal solos by Mrs. Ethel
Garfield Scott and selections by the
Mrs. F. S. Ivanhoe, chairman of the
hostess was assisted in the receiv
ing line by the following: Mesdames
Minerva Eaton, Dan Sommer, T. N.
Murphey, Ethel Garfield Scott. Wm.
Hall, H. S. Cavana. J. M. Berry,
Misses Judith Snodgra3S, Syra Kuhn,
and Irene Murphy. A special consing
nient of Union county cherries and
apples were on display in the Ore
gon building in honor of the day and
sweet peas from La Grande, the coun
ty seat, were the prevailing decora
tions. (Seattle P. I. July 28.)
The Oregon building was yester
day the Mecca for the exposition vis
itors from Union county, in the
Northwestern part of that state. A
special day was assigned them, and
125 poople, residents of the county,
were visitors at the fair.
"With the exception of a reception
in the afternoon, the program was In
formal. In the receiving line were,:
Mrs. F. S. Ivanhoe, MrB. J. B. Eaton,
Mrs. Dan. Soraers, MrB. T. N. Murphy,
Mrs. William Hall, Mrs. Ethel Gar
field Scott, Mrs. J. M. Berry, Mrs. II.
S. Cavana, Miss Irene Murphy, Miss
Syra Kuhn and Miss Julia Snodgrass.
Mrs. Scott sang two boIos and the
ladies orchestra rendered several se
lections. M. J. M ALOTT.
f Plank Sidewalks Built and A
A Repaired. Excavating and A
Filling. Phone Black 1562.
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Think what this means on these strictly first clasr goods
$12.r.O Suits $10.00 117.50 Suits $14.00 $23.00 Suits $20.00
$15.00 Suits $12.00 $21.00 Suits $16.80 Other Reductions in Accordance.
i STRAW HATS
Nicejassortment to select from. Latest styles. Note Our
? Our $3.00 line for .....$2.25 Our $1.75 line for .$1.20 Our 75c line for ' 60c
W Our $2.50 line for $1.75 Our $1.25 line for $1.00 Other Reductions In Accordance
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NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of me Icte.-ior.
U. S. Land Office at La Grande. Or..
June 21, 1909.
Notice is hereby given that
BENJAMIN F. YOUNG. '
of Hilgard. Oregon, who, .on Septem
ber 17, 1903, made homestead entry
;No. 13243, serial No. 04021, (or
; SE& ec. 12. NE, SE4 NE,
section 13, township 4 south, range
; 36 east. Willamette Meridian, baa filed
notice of intention to make final five
year proof, to establish claim to the
land above dscribed, before the Reg
ister and Receiver. U. S. Land Office,
at La Grande. Oregon, on the 16th day
of August, 1909.
Claimant names aa witnesses:
W. A. Young, all of Hilgard. Oregon.
F. C. BRAMWELL,
Kotlce of Dissolution.
Notice la hereby given that C. C.
Penlngton and W. H. Rush doing
business under the firm name of C.
C. Penington & Company, have dis
solved business by mutual consent,
and C. C. Penington will collect and
pay all bills against the firm.
Notice Is hereby given that Joe
Kelley and Harry U. Meyers havs
formed a barbershop to be known as
Myers and Kelly, and this firm so-
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Without a doubt the best place to
get all kinds of vegetables, straw
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they have the best and the freshest;
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Whatever medicine you get at this store is exactly right.
If you could see how your meiclne Is prepared here, the care that
we glT6 every prescription that comes Into oar store, if you had
the professional training to appreciate the quality in all the
druga used and the skUl used In preparing, you would never
think of going elsewhere for even your Blmplest drug store wants.
People who deal here never have any doublta about the medicine
they get The price Is right tea
MILL'S bRUQ JT0RE
LA GRANDE, - - - - OREGON
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