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4YIM5G 'AB3SE3YEB. LA ClUNnr, CRON. 8ATIRDAT, SEFTE3IBEB 18, 1909.
O Q Q OO 0Q0)op o o o p. O O y
ed yesterday, but changed her plans
considerably. She left Immediately
for Summervllle by automobile, where
she will visit the chapter members.
Miss Mabel Schofleld leaves tonight
for Provo, Utah, where she wll Join
her brother Ray, and they wll re
sume their studies at the B. Y. Uni
versity at .that place.
Miss Vera Jenson, who has been
visiting with relatives in this city,
leaves tonight for her home In Salt
Lake City, Miss Jenson is a member
of the Salt Lake Tabernacle choir,
and stopped at La Grande after (he
trip to Seattle.
Mr. and Mrs. Merril Burnaugh and
Mrs. Brown of Elgin,; were guests
yesterday afternoon and evening with
Mrs. M. A. Harris. They were on
their way to Huntington, where Mr.
Burnaugh Is employed and where1
they will make their future home. ,
Walter Block, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Mox Block of this city, "passed
through the city last evening from
Portland to Baker City, where he will
be joined by his wife. They will re
turn to La Grande next week to visit
It is not necessary to put with the
inconvenience of poor sight these days
further more it is foolish to neglect
having your eyes properly attended
If you suffer from headaches, ner
vousness, you will find it will pay
you to have your eyes examined, as
In nine cases out of ten the trouble
We can give you an expert exam
ination fit you with ; the correct
glasses If they are necessary.
J. H. PEARE
We Cary a
fine line cf
Copyright 1009, Kbo Oonet Co,
ELEGANT LINE OF
KIM ON AS
Full Line Suits to Arrive Soon
VAN DUYN CO.
The Best Time to Buy
IS BIGHT NOW WHILE THE STOCKS ABE IABGE AND YOr CAN SECTEE CHOICE AND QUICK DE
LITEET FROM A GEEAT NCMBEB OF DESIRABLE GARMENTS. EIGHT NOW WE HATE TOUB SIZE
AND CAN DELIYER THE GARMENT AT ONCE. THE PROBABILITY IS THAT TOC'LL NOT HATE TO
WAIT A MINUTE FOR ALTERATIONS. ' , L" '.i!JS 'tfSltlSEIl
THE PALMER GARMENT
Is made on such perfect lines that few alterations are required. If any should .be necessary,' we have
an expert talloress who can make the changes ''in a Jiffy."
This lady has had years of experience in altering Jackets and skirts for 6ome of the largest ladies'
suit establishments in the east and west such as Chaa. A. Stevens & Bro., Chicago and Meier & Frank,
Portland and understands every detail of this part of the businessThe high quality ot garments of this
make 1b an assurance of satisfactory wear.
As to the styles well, if yo u'll come here, we can soon convince you that they are exactly what you
want. . -,- ' '
Price, too. ia an object, but he sure that for the price you pay, you secure the very best value and
that outside appearance i? not all you pay for. When you select a "Palmer Garment," tho question of
quality is Bettled before you buy. ,
We show above a few of THE NEW FALL STYLES which will give you some idea of the legance
and graceful lines of thes garments. The best way, though, Is to call and see the "real things." We
will take much pleasure in showing them to you whether you wish to buy or not
Opera House Block La Grande, Oregon
W. B. Orr, representing the Port
land Telegram, is here procuring
data for a "greater Oregon" edition
in the near future. Mr. Orr is a globe
trotter and carries the distinction of
having gone over much of the course
nowv being traveled by Roosevelt in
Herman Clark, who for the past
several years has been employed iu
the La Grande National bank, left
this morning for Salem, where he
enters upon a four years' classical
course in the Willamette University.
Herman Is one of our young, ener
getic, sturdy young men and his many
friends hope that his health will per
mit him carrying out his laudable
Mrs. William G rider
the afternoon train.
came in on
" " t,.
Clarence Daren and May Daren
ame in from Cove today.
Mr. Chad wick and family of Union,
Ire here visiting relatives.
W. J. Morrison will arrive home
om Pendetoln tomorrow.
D. Fitzgerald left last evening for
ortland on business matters.
Mrs. Edna Schrock today accepted
position 1 nthe Fair store. -
Miss Pauline . Lederlee will spend
unday with reatlvles In Pendleton.
Win. Hindman, an Elgin farmer, is
fansacting business in the city to-
William Peck, an Elgin farmer, is
the city today to bid on the Daren
nds. ' ; -
Joseph Klbley was a west bound
pssenger last evening, being . en
pute to Portland.
Editor Scibird. , the Union Repub-
Kan proprietor, is transacting busi-
ps i nthe city.
Mrs. George O'Neal left on the Jo
Pb train today for Joseph, where
P will visit friends.
Machinist Tom Williams is home
a Visit in Oautiitk nnrl nthnr
?r. IV. D: McMillan
Grande National Bank Bldg.
points along the Puget Sound. i
Secretary Frank Green of the Blue
Mountain Creamery company is 'a
business visitor In, Union toaay. v
S. R. Haworth, the contractor, left
today for Enterprise, where ne nas
several buildings under construction.
Mrs. T. H. Burns returned to her
home in Pendleton today, after spend
ing a few days with Mrs. A. W. Leffel.
Dr. Starr, . formerly of Elgin, is a
La Grande visitor today, and attend
ed the Daren Bale at the court house.
A. J. Tucker, guardian of the Daren
children, is in the city today on busi
ness in connection with the sale of
Hugo De Grout, the genial candy
seller at Cove, passed through the
city this morning on his way home
after a visit to The Dalles.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Warnlck and
daughter of Utah, who : have ' been
visiting friends in the city, left last
evening for Union, to visit relatives.
Mrs. Weaver, who was brought to
La Grande some time ago to under
go an operation, was taken home to
day by Doctor Anderson. She Is
Mrs. J. Cherry left yesterday for
Pendleton, where she and Conductor
Cherry will make her .future home,
while Mr. Cherry is on the Pilot Rock
J. T. Norvel, a contractor of Union,
is a business visitor in the city to
day. He contemplates , purchaslag
some lots here to erect several cot
Mrs. J. H. Balnbridge of Twin Falls,
Idaho, stopped off between the trains
here last evening to visit her aunt
Mr, and Mrs. Fred G,
Marshall George of Shelton, Ne
braska, while touring the coast was
a guest of Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Fritz
this week. They were all former
residents of Nebraska.
J. D. Hudson has grown a new va
riety of potatoes this year on a farm
near Iinbler, wnlcn is attracting a
great deal of attention and which
will be exhibited at the coming fair,
Mrs. S. A. McNlsh nee Grace Kirt-
ley will arrive tonight from Louis
ville, Ark., to visit with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. M. II. KIrtley. She will
be accompanied by her baby, son Sa
muel Dean McNlsh.
Wilbur Jay, for the past year and a
half a trustee employee in the me
chanical and repertorial departments
of the Observer, today commenced a
term of service with the . Morning
Star as city editor.
It is reported that W. R. Leadbet-
ter of Alicel, has some Bluestem
wheat grown this year, which he will
exhibit at' the Union County Exposi
tion, that be firmly believes will re
ceive the blue ribbon.
Mrs. C. E. Law son of Hynnls, Ne
braska, Is expected to arrive tonight
with her daughter. They will make
their home for a year with Mr. and
Mrs. E. E. Woodruff, while Miss Law
son attends the high school.
Attorney t. n. urawiord has re
turned from Portland. He also vial
ted Salem and attended the state fair,
which he reports Is drawing very
large crowds, and Is a credit to the
Mrs. J. Antonltte Stiles, Grand
Wprthy Matron of the Oregon Eastern
Star, arrived last evening as announc
George Stoddard arrived home from
Wallowa today, where he !s inter
ested in the MlmnauKh mill that ia
to be started next sprint?. ;
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Law of Union,
are in -the city today. Mr. Law affirms
that Union is booming as the result
of harvesting a big crop of every pro
duct of the soil rown about Union.
Mr, and Mrs.'M. B. Bullard of Chi
cago, arrived tnis morning to mane
their homes here. Mrs. Bullard will
assume her duties as teacher in the i
elgth grade to succeed Miss Syra
Kuhn, next Monday. , Mr. Bullard and
Mrs. C. II. Upton are brother and sis
ter, . ' i ; - " ':,
A GOOD RtCGRD
, We have conducted a laundry business in
La Grande for many years. There must
a reason. A .trial order will explain
the mystery. ' (
A. B. C. Laundry
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BENDERS WINS SECOND GAME OR
SERIES FOR riRATES.
I) troit Leudcrs Drop One to Phila
PHILADELPHIA. Sept. 18. The
locals drew a step nearer the Detroit
Tigers by winning today two to 0
at the American league pqrk. , The
series now stands Philadelphia 2, De
It ia the most critical series of the
season as the winner will probably
fly the American league pennant. De
troit pitched Donovan and Phiadel
phia, Benders. '
In the National league Pittsburg,
6; Brooklyn, 0.
IT IS THE DUTY OF SCHOOL
To look to the care of their pupil's
eyes. Many children seem dull, do
not care like to study and are called
THEY ARE UNFORTUNATE
In most cases for having some eye de
fect Most of them show no other
sign of eye trouble, and grow up to
MANHOOD AND WOMANHOOD,
dull and stupid, never knowing that
their eyes alone made them averse to
study and activity. . ' .
Dr. M. P. Mendelsohn gives especial
care to children's eyea.
One charge covers entire cost of
examination, glasses and frames.
Dr. Mendelsohn 'is permanently ol
cated at 1105 Adams are., opposite
postofflce. Guarantee satisfaction in
' every repsect.
WE HAVE SECURED
full line of
PIANOS and ORGANS
The musical instrument that sells strictly
for one price to everyone
Scott Music Co,
Without a doubt the beat place to
get all kinda of vegetables, straw
berries, cherries, organges, bannanas
and lemons, is at the Geddea Grocery,
they have the best and the freshest;
and should you want sic crisp sweet
or sour pickles, jnst call them op;
and dont forget that Kc coflee, it
takes the place ot your 40c coffee.
Jnst n a shipment of Swlfta ham and