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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 8, 1909)
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ur )tirt Kvery Krliiaj Morning.
Daily, single copy .....
Dally, per month' ...i..........
Dally, six months In advance .
.Daily, one year" In advance ... .
Weekly, six month in advance
Weekly; one year in advance
iners were J. EL Reynold.. FYed
TST T tI T . rrr . . . I
land' J. C. Clark.
I Thronrs are- Iinmente.
I Yesterday and today hava truly seen
GEORGE II, CtliKET. a Rreat tnron ima the- portal of the
EDITOR AND- PROfvItTTOR j fair butldins. Yesterday's receipts
j-rxaT3CTr-,-;.;j asga showed 3.500 paid admissions which
United IVess Telegraph Service. I does not acocunt for the many who
were on the free list yesterday due to
tile chorus choir members attending
as conipliinentarles. The attendance
today ha not been reckoned definitely j
but it in more than yesterday's re-j.
port at 3 o'cleclr. . i
Levy' Wins Applaase..
Amonr the features of the stock
parade which preceded the children's
parade today were the four-in-hand
cutIt carrying; Levy and party from
Union. The Levy Shetland drew the
turnout and though the McKennon
span and other vehicles elicited much
applause, it 1 doubtful If anything in
the parade made quite a big favor
an did the Lev?' showing in the turn-
out and walking horses. Today's pa
rade included every" animal on exhib
ition" but tomorrow the parade will
consist only of' those animals taklnj?
EH. G. TV.
OSce Sommer Bids.
Ofice 'phone, iTaia 63; Residence
unone Black 351.
Successor to.Dr- Moore.
j.r rL. hub rare, n. n. '
Physician, and. Surgeon.
Offlce la. New Eank Building; Rooms
20-21.- Thanes: Residence, Main,
89: Offlce. Main 7.
Entered at the postoffiee atL Grande
a second-elase matter.
Tbi paper will not publish any
article appearing over 4 nom de
plume. Signed articles will be re
vised subject to the discretion of the
editor; Please slga your articles and
Local reading notice 10c : me- iire
first insertion;. 5c per line t'w ch
Resolution of condolence, ? a line.
JtWTSG FAIRS XEARER,
A travel ins salesman of Portland
who make this territory every few
wueks thought' he would visit the ex-
nooft while waiting- for ait appoint
ment with a customer; remarking that
be supposed that he could take It all
la 10 ten minutes. He enly remained
on -the ground ten minu(es it is true
but be arranged to spend th entire
evening there last night He could
not express hie admiration of tent
enough to Me friend as he1 visited
ueimrtment After department- The
Idea- 1 a popular onef It l simply
business, you- d not find many large
commercial enterprises located a few
wiles away from the people. It i
much easier to bring the fair to the
people than It is to bring.the people
to- the fairs.
' ; ... , '
Because officials of the information
bureau have to- sleep aa other mor
tals do, and partly because those
most interested an? lethorgetle in
following sustentions, many from
out of town sat up all Iat night;
Ther were rooms enonch if the bu
reau could remain open alt night,
which of course It can't. People com-
Intt in on late trains fc to the ho-
tels and usual ty refrain from follow
inpr the sustgestions (riven them therft,
which if followed out. would take
them to rooms. Tlie hotels o fthe city
hav'fj llHts of available rom In the
r it y. hut, usually the people irixixf! on IK
faying at tne hotels. During the day j f$
time, reservations are not made
the bureftUr and cofiseHHntly when ,
nlRht? comes snd tlie visitors want j
rooms, few are to be had. The citizens j
of La Grande catt help considerably
III huh :iiitiinr prrmmiiiiy .iniviii
their friends who are in the city to
partak of room- arcomodat ions, and
to guide others' to rooms. j
r; .' mw-i 1
(ConUii'ifd Prom Pne One
a. W. ttvans. Robt.. I"eal, J. M Shoe
maker. C. M Auldle.
The winners of the second prizes
are;' JM H. TdckinsoTl, B V. Bell. P.
H. Tatman, T. May, Mrs. Jv Qutnfand,
Y. K, Day. H. Poeselt, Dunham Wrmht
Thorson A Weatherapoon, , a. Ba
ker Wl W, Gordon, J. K. TniZ X.
W. fnnrain, W. t. WlUlftras and C. T.
The winner of the' first prle in
(tardeiflnK and astrlcnltur are: A. F.
f vt 1, A. Woodsell. Mri. 0m
lani, t t. Fernw)n. .C D. Hoffman,.
Jack 8motn John Shaw. C. M. Rid
dle A .r. Davla, B, T. Bell P. J. Quin
land. S, N .Sterns, BoU Deal. Dunham j
WrlKht, A, . Goodbrod, Tom Foster,
T 3falda. Hf. Halftarth, I. . K. UnU
, Frank Sion. C. K. Onkey, Pleshman
Broa., John Instram Oswald Vala
'e .aklen W, R. Gekler anJl Mrs. W,
rd Couch. : .
Second money: S. Bell, John
fchawv W. R. Gekeler, James M. Gib
ao, A. O. Davi. Herbert Spekhart.
J. H, Tatman, t. Boosell, J. Qualland
Gekeler, Mr. Wlllard f ouch, A. .T.
Ooodbrod, John Rapptogton, Jf. K.
1t, V. Sim, and Flesamaa Bros.
The hor Utlnf WBicli was large
ly completed yesterday wound up
this iworninr nen Swwp Stakes was
awarded to tne bl Belulan slallloft
owned by lIolmea-WocMand A Stein.
Winner In th were: J. A. Me
Arlhy, . D. McKennon, J. B. Van
oermnlen, Vf, D. Grady, and 0dea 4
fa the ettle departmenf . Sweep
.aftrdd to IVf Rl-
o the best Jersy bull -
Hunter of Waltowa on one bult
three f the Mme tned
r ED STRI-VGHASIv
fale crfed an short notice;
.. Satisfaction gniaranteed.
ZJt GRANDE OREGON
Rect No f Tboo Nv 19fr
a- u. i. 1 CHARD SON,
PTiy&lcian and Surseon..
OlSce over Hill's. Dm? Store.
O.Tica Phone 13R2. Eesidence Mala 5ik
Jf. MOLITOR, ISL. D.
Physician- and Surgeotc.
Corner Adama ave and Depot st.
Office Mala 68. Residence Mala 69:
BACOS & HALL.
Paystclana and SirKeons.
OfSce la La Grande NattonaT Bank
BuUdlnj; Tnone Main-19.
S. T. Bacon, Residence, Mala IS.
M. K, Hall, Residence, Main 72.
C CPTDJf. f. SI. DL
Physlcian and Surgeon.
Special attention glvea to Eye, Ear
Nose and Throat
Office IB La Grande National Bank
" . Building,
Plionea: Office, Main. 2: Residenc-r,
i, CL PRICE. D. 1L 3,
Room 23. L Grande National Eark.
Buildlns. Ptione E'.ack 1S9U'
TEArnrss or jrrsic
Teacaer ot Hut,
Pupil of Pierre DouHet of tte San
For child-red: tile Burrows coarse of
music study- and musical kJadergar
tan. Studio in tie Mahaffay Bidg
C. R, THORNTOM.
ArcCltect and Eagtoeer.
Surveying; QtII and Structural
Twenty Tears Experience..
ROBERT MILLER. .
OfHc HOT Adam avenue, TJlomee
Pacific; Viiu. L- Home Indepandast
C H, CRAWFORD.
Attorney at Law.
Practices la all the courts of the State
and United Stateav
Office is La Grande National. Bask
Building. La- Grande. Cngoaw
I . P1CKIXR,
Civil, Mining; Tinatlo Englneerfns
Estimates, plan- and specifications.
Office is Y aejkamp Bulldlnav
La Grande, Oregon.
MRS. GRACB McALISTER.
: Teacher and Manager,
DRV P. A. CHARLTON.
. Veterinary Surgeon. . ,
Office at Hill's Drug Store, La Grande
Residence Paonst Red 70.
Office Phone Black IS L
Independent Plione 53.
Botb phones at realdenceL.
Chas. lis. Cochran Geo T. CocJurs
COCinLiN ft COCHRAN. "
L Grands National Bask: Buhdlag.
La. Grande Orssom
DR. W. H. RILEY
Graduate Ohio State UnlTerstty.
Vaccination, Dentistry and Surgery
oT all klnvU. Country calls promptly
Office, 14 Adams avenue.
Phonesr Paclfle, Black 1901,
, Independents 37X
H. H. UOTD.
Attorney at Law.
Practices is all the Court of the Stat
kb4 Uoftsd States.
IZgJm ' Oreo
1 Attorney and Counsellor at Law.
Rooms 15 and U Sommer Block.
STOVES MID RANGE
Our store is chuck full of fall and
winter goods. Ladles tailored suit.
Ladies', Misses and cnildren's coats
and sweaters. Elegant line of net and
silk waists. Visit our store, no trou
ble to show our goods.
VAN DTJTN CO.
pnday, Oct 3, to Satoda 0ct 16
WE WILL PLAC3 Q1T SALE 400 WALTHARI
AXD ELGDT WATCHE3 TIT SOLID GOLD GOLD
FILLED, SILVEE AND. SILVEEIHE CASE3:
EVEEY YEAE WE HAVE BEEH m BUSI
NESS WE HAVE GIVEtf OTJE AOTIXAL SALE
OP WATCHES AND HITNDEEDS OF PEOPLE
HAVE TAKEN ADVANTAGE OF THEM, SO
IF YOU NEED A WATCH IT WILL PAY YOU
TO COME IN AND HAVE A TALK WITH US.
WE W1XL SAVE YOU MONEY.
IDAHO CfiREVftACl LflUD
The Idaho Irrigation Co. Ltd.
CFFETiS 20.CCO CEES AT $35 PEK ACML AD
JOINING THE T vIN FALLS TEACT. EASIEST
KIND OF TEESI3. LAHB NOW OPEN FOE EN- -
TEY." '::: -;
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Watch snr window
0. E. & N. Watciz InspectOTS
GECRGE PALMER, President C S. WDLLIAMS, 2nd Aast CaBhler.
F. J. HOLMS3, Vice-President W. H. BRENH0LT3, Asst. Cashier
P. L. METERS, Cashier.
La Grande National Bank
JOf La Grande Oregon
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $170,0U0
UNITED; STATES DEPOSITORY
M.. Bar,,- r-. Z. DMathesos F. J. Hoirrea , F. M. Erjkit.
(; C C. Panningtott '.F-LMsysrs ' Co L. Csavar -W.
L. Brennolts Ceorys Palmer
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STEWARD OPERA HOUSE
BL CL 8TXW1S3 STIJISIS,
171 ISS JOSEPHINE DEFFRY
la a splendid selection of high-class plays, change of plays each
night. - .
V In The Bishop Carriage,,
Prtee 10, We, as4 SOe.
C0AI for $8
Weighed on Gty Scales
Rock Springs Lump or,
Nut delivered, to asy part
of the. city City scales
ticket delivered with load.
G. E, FOULER
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ME ALWRYS FRESH
E. D. SELDERS
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