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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 31, 1909)
ETO5I5G 0BBSZ3TEB, LA GKA5DE, OEEGOT. TUESDAY, AUGUST SI, 1909.
5Uee cf Flaal Settlement
Notice Is hereby given that John
B. Plats, executor of the last will
and testament of Charles Hall, de
ceased, has filed la the County Court
of the State of Oreron for Union
County, his final account In said es
tate and that said Court has appoint-,
d Monday, the 20th day of Septem- j
ber, 1909, at S o'clock p. m. at the .
Court House In La Grande, Union
County, Oregon, as the time and place
for hearing objections to said final ;
account and the settlement thereof, j
-JOHN a PLASS,
R. H. LLOYD.
Attorney for Estate.
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A very satisfactory arrangement has
been made by' Chairman Will Church
of the fair advertising committee rel
ative to distribution of fair premium
lists within the city gates, for it is a
fact that everyone Is not sufficiently
interested in the details of the premi
ums to warrant his or her receiving
a copy. To accommodate every per
son Interested, the committee decided
to leave samples of the list at the
two banks, all the drug stores and at
the Commercial club. In this way
anyone can provide himself with a
copy and peruse it to his heart's con
tent. Another matter which the commit
tee wants publicity given too, is to
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interested persons happen to gain
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ber of lists on hand, and as the de
mand, for lists have already been no
ticeably greater than in previous years
special arrangement has to be made
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he mikf an earnest effout
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Many 1m. Grande people will be In
terested in the following from the
Pendleton E. O.:
A. C. Koeppen is now fathering a
plan for the presentation of a suitable
present to Herbert O. Roesch, cham
pion rifle shot of the world, and his
plan is one that will also advertise a
very important industry of this city.
It is Mr. Koeppen's plan to have the
business men of the city contribute to
a fund to pure base for Koesch the first
blanket that, will be turned out from
the new woolen mill when it gets in
operation this fall.
Like other local people, Mr. Koep
pen is proud or the great showing
made by Roesch at Camp Perry and
furthermore he believes that Roesch'o
townsmen should show proper ap
preciation of the honor won by the
midshipman and incidentally by I'en
dleton. As the woolen mill will now soon be
in operation it is held that it would
be very fitting to give Roesch the first
blanket to be turned out by the ne
looms. It is Mr. Koeppen's plan to
take but 10 cents from each man so
that as large a number as possible
will be represented in the gift.
Another Crowd Pleased.
Another delighted audience saw the
beautiful dramatic Btory "The Parish
Priest" at the Pastime theatre last
tight. The cast made Individual hits
in their respective roles, and the per
formance was far superior to any
ever given in this city for the price.
The same interesting play will be
given tonight and tomorrow nlghL
Notice of Final Settlement
Notice Is hereby given that James
H. Wlckens, administrator of the es
tate of William Wlckens, deceased,
has filed In the County Court of the
State of Oregon for Union County,
his final account in said estate and
that said Court has appointed Mon
iay, the 20th day of September, 1909,
.t So'clock p. m., at the Court House
in La Grande, Union County, Oregon,
us the time and place for hearing
objections to said final account and
the settlement thereof.
JAMES II. WICKENS,
R. II. LLOYD,
Attorney for Estate.
Any couple contemplating marriage,
will do well to communicate with
J. E. Reynolds, secretary of the Un
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