Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 31, 1909)
TUESDAY, AUCUJiT 51, 1909.
1300 Fall Fat
Have JuM Araved.
7 Tf T7 - A o Tl
lYXXISG 0835E3TER, LA GflASDE, OKSMO.V
If you are not
$35.00 to $75.00.
and just as good as
Doctor Biggers returned today fro:n
a trip to Portland and the coast
W. Bean Is home from a business
visit to North Powder and Baker City.
A. P. Knox of Elgin, was a La
Crande visitor last evening.
Mrs. P. A. Charlton arrived homo
today from a visit to the beach and
Register FVC. Bramwell is hack at
his post atthe land office after c two
Tomorrow afternoon the Ladies Aid
of the Baptist church, meet In the
hurch for their business session.
Miss Lena Jones is home from Jo
seph, where she spent a week with a
Peter Kuhn has returned from an
extended visit with his daughter Mrs.
Chus. Barnell, who resides in Port-
Phil Balwig, a prominent shoe man
of Baker City, transacted business
matters here last evening, returning
C. B. Picklen, bookkeeper for
Sampson Music company of Boise, is
spending his vacation with his par
ents in this city.
Attorney T. II. Crawford arrived
home today thorouhgly saturated with
fish oil. He had a delightful outing
at Rondowa, and other points.
II. L. Happy of' the Walla. Walla
Morning Union, who has been visiting
friends here, went on to Baker City
today to visit friends.
Mrs. Mac Dowall of Telocaset, has
the distinction 6f being an operator
in the dispatcher's office here during
the absence of Operator Calvert.
James Carter, wife, son and daugh
ter of Tremuton, Utah, are expected
to arrive tonight, to visit at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Stephens.
Geo. H. Currey Jr., and Roy B. Cur
rey, who have been taking In the Se
attle fair, returned home this morn
ing. The boys had a swell time.
Mrs. W. H. Ryan of Portland, has
arrived in the city and will have
charge of the suit department in the
Peoples store, iitting and alterations.
Dispatcher J. W, Eagan last night
assumed his duties as chief night op
erator. His promotion is well d3
served. Miss Ida" Coon of Baker City, who
has been a guest with Miss Anna Reis
land, returned to her home today.
She is one of the telephone open
tors at Baker.
Mr. S. S Landls and son Edward,
and Mrs. Card of Baker City, who
have been In. the city as guests of Mr.
and Mrs. J. K. Wright left last even
ing for their home in Baker City.
Misses Maude Fields and Beas'e
Brown, both of Ellensburg, Washing
ton, who have been visiting at the
home of Mrs. D. C. Crawford, returned
this morning to their homes.
Milton has a new Ice and cold stor
Dr. IV. D; McMillan
La Crande National Bank Bldg.
ready for your fall
Ask the man that wears Andrews &
Local O. R. & X. Agent and Mrs. J.
H. Keeney returned last evening from
an extensive trip through the North
west. Mr. Keeney will visit Joseph
before assuming his work here again.
Engineer and Mrs. Fontaine nave
moved to La Grande from Pleasant
Valley, where Mr. Fontaine was on
the helper service. He now has a
regular run out of this city.
Wm. K. West and H. E. McLaugh
lin, special agents of the general l.md
office, are in the city today checking
up their records with the official rec
ord in the office here.
Mrs. John McGee of Toledo, Ohio,
who has been visiting the family uf
his" son-in-law, F. F. Seribner, cashier
of the Joseph National bank, is a suest
today of Re-oi.er an I Mrs. CoJom
David Eccles, president of the Amal
gamated Sugar company, and a warm
friend of the local irrigation project,
is expected to arrive in La Grande
tomorrow to transact much Important
Mr. and Mrs. Gorrie of Weiser, Ida
no, were in tne city tms morning on
their way to Enterprise to visit
friends for a few. days before going
to their home. They, have been at the
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Stapp arrived in
La Grande this morning, and are at
present the guests of their uncle and
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. I. R. Snook. Mr.
Stapp will be employed at the Russell
Earl Calvert and Miss Florence At
chinson left last night for The Dalles,
where tomorrow afternoon they will
be united In marriage. Mr. Cnlvert
is an operator in the dispatcher's of
fice of the O. R. & N. at this place.
Low Zundell, who has resigned hn
position as news agent on the Josep.i
train, leaves tomorrow for Salt Lake
and after a short visit there will as
sume a regular news agency run be
tween Huntington and Portland.
Miss Mildred Douglas of Ogder,
who has been a guest for the past
three weeks with Miss Carmen Stodd
ard, went to Baker City today and
next Thursday will be joined by Miss
Stoddard when both will go to Ogden.
Thos. 'Hume, foreman of the me
chanical end of the Observer, expects
the arrival of Mrs. Hume and his three
daughters, Bessie, Evangeline and
Nellie, tonight from Baker City. They
will reside at 1472 Washington ave.
Glancy Ralston of OrlolT, California,
arrived 1 this morning " to be a guest
for a few days with his aunt Mrs.
C. Ralston and her family. Mr.. Rals
ton "dropped in" as a surprise, his
coming not being known to them.
. Prof. G. M. Mickelson, who for the
past two years has been In charge
of the commercial department of the
high school and influential in athletic
circles, left last evening for Lewiston,
Montana, where he will be located the
Call For Bids.
Notice Is hereby given that the
County Court of Union county will
receive bids for the services of a phy
sician for one year, such services to
include medical attendance for coun
ty poor, examination of insane per
sons, and all medical services which
the county is required by law to fur
nish. Court reserves the right to re
ject, any or all bids, said bids to be
filed with the County Clerk not later
than twelve o'clock noon, Thursday,
September the second, 1909.
(A-28-8-t) County Clerk.
suit call and have it
v wr-m ii rriv
'E GAME SUNDAY AXI PUOUAIi-
LY ONE MONDAY.
Team From Cove to Meet Here xt
Baseball will be revived again Sun
day when the Cove team will meet !
the local aggregation of ball tossers
at Lincoln park in the afternoon.
Since the "busting" up of the league
there has not been any baseball games
here, but the fanij have not lost in
terest in the sport, and already they
are enthusiastic over the prospect of
the game next Sunday.
The local team is in as good shape
as It was at the close of the league
and no doubt, but that there will be a
In all probabilities there will be
two games here. One on Sunady and
the other on Monday. The Sunday
game i3 sure and Manager Lincoln
is trying to make arrangements for
the Monday game also.
SO SELECTION' BY STATE IN IDA
110 COOTIES. "
Friction Shows Itself Between Statu
And The Department.
LEWISTON, Idaho, Aug. 31. Offi
cials of the local federal land office
today decided to suspend selection by
state of 76,000 acres In the national
forest reserve in Nez Perce and Sho
shone counties, owing to oppoaitlon
of the forestry bureau. The stale
has made a filing case and probably
will be appealed to the department of
the Interior as a result of renewal of
The land carries valuable white
l'eacbes Coming Tomorrow.
' The City Grocery will receive a few
boxes of Eagle Valley peaches to
morrow morning, suitable for can
ning. The shipment Is a small one,
and tlephone orders should be placed
New Jet Noveltins
New Hair Goods
E. M. WELLMAN & CO.
laid away and have
Bary's tailor made
'Till AH I Ah
NO REVELATION AS TO HIS ON
D1TI0N MADE KNOWN.
Man. Mohler Receives Letter
From Chief Harrlman.
OMAHA, Aug. 31 "Harrimaa
hasn't been oft his job," declared
Mohler, the vice president and gen
eral manager of the Union Pacific to
day In a reply to the question when
Harriman would return to work.
Mohler has received a letter from Har
riman today. He refused to reveal its
contents, but said his chief declared
his condition was not alarming. "No
time has Harriman been so sick as
to be compelled to abandon his work,"
declared Mohler .
Vale Is to have a sanatorium.
FOR SALE House and lot on Adams
avenue, extra well built, plasterel
house good basement, and wood
shed. Price right. Call Black 1941
or see D. C. Stevens at Henry &
Carr's Btore. (8-27-9-27)
LOST A watch on 6th street close
to the C. C. Pentngton store this
morning a 17 jewel Waltham watch.
Finder please return to Joe McIIugh
at the La Grande Iron works. 8-30-tf
The Aid society of the Presbyterian
church will meet at the home of Mrs.
W. D. McMillan, Wednesday. After a
short business meeting, the afternoon
will be spent in the exchange of
favorite receipts, refreshments will be
served by the ladies of the mlseellean
eous section and a silver offering of
firteen cents will be received. The
ladles of the Aid and congregation
are urged to attend. 1
I The Little Shop
I Main St.
Stamping of all kinds, lnclud
tag shirt waists & Center pieces,
done,, embroidery lessons given.
Orders taken and lessons given
In stenciling. Full line of em
it made up later.
suitsif they are not
" .'. ':
GEORGE PALMER, President C. a WILLIAMS, 2nd Asst Cashier.
F. J. HOLMES. Vice-President W. H. BRENHOLTS, AbbL Cashier
P. L. MEYERS, Cashier. . ,
La Crande National Bank
Of La 3randel Oregon
CAPITAL AMD SURPLUS $170,000
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY
. M. Berry J. D.'.Mathe&on
' C. C. Pennineton F. L.
W, I, Btenholts
HE BEST PL
Without a doubt the best place to
get all kinds of vegetables, straw
berries, cherries, orgnngea, bannanaa
and lemons, Is at the Geddea Grocery,
they have the best and the fresheBt;
and should you want nice crisp sweet
or Bour pickles, Just call them up;
and don't forget that 25c coffee, It
takes the place of your 40c coffee.
Just n a shipment of Swifts ham and
1 THEY ARE IN
E. P0LACK, Prop
' BsllPhone, Main 75
Any price from
F, J. Holme .' IF, M. Brykit
Meyer Geo. L. Cleaver
FINE SHAPE FORI
and Bakery, g
000000000000 000 000000 0 0 0O0000Q