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4 Cylinder 30 - 35 Touring,5 pas $1350
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30 - 35 Roadster 3 "
PRICES F.' O.U. FACTOR! i
At the Instigation of local debaters
and debate promoters, a triangular
debate between Pendleton, La Grande
and Baker City mar take shape In
the spring. : When. Baker City and La
Qrande tied for honors, and made It
an expensive proposition and an in
convenient system iiecessary if dual
debates were used to ferret on t the
real champolns of Eastern Oregon.
If the new plan ?revallseach of th'
three towns will hare two teams anr
the-winners In that way . will stand
for the chomptonsbJp of everything
in all of Eastern ; Oregon. On the
other hand the winners of the loca
dual debafet will hare to prepare for
and meet Pendleton in another dua:
affair. -: ' -. ;, s ; ':;
"The Mitchell" cars are not built merely to run. The least, not the
most an automobile can do Is to run.. We expect, more than this, as. :
do Mitchell owners. Mitchell cars must 'run with mlntmium atten-'"
tion, Mlnimlnium fuel,-tire and repair, cost and .a-maximum of run
ning . ". " ' ;.'v '
Mitchell cars are rendering Service' the worJdoveF-;-from pounding
.over stage lines across the Nevada deserts and the California "taounVf
W HUNT DEAD.
Well known In Grande Bonde valley
''' ' Ballt Hint roaaV;
tains to spinning along the "boulevards oL a thou8andcitles.
Come and see us and let us demons tate us good qualiUcTlo 70S,"
Phone Ind. 27A
P. O. Box 17
your buggy or
vehicle into an
Enjoy this fine
sleighing while you may.
BAY & ZWEIFEL
PLUTJBERS AND TINNERS.
211 DLPO) STREE1
Complete equipment for resetting and repairing
rubber buggy tires.
A , GRAN0E IRON WORKS
- D. F GERALD, Proprietor'
Complete Machim Shops and Foundry
THAT IS WELL MAINTAINED
OUR OPTICAL WORK
When you come to us to have your
eyes fitted we ascertain the exact con
dition of your eyes fitting you care
fully with the lens that relieve your
eyes completelywiot by making the
eye accommodate Itself to the lens
but by having the lens fit the o
Our experience and genuine skill
assure you of EXACT work always
aud without exorbitant charges.
Q..W, Hunt, a well known pioneer
resident of this section, and talldei
of the Hunt road, now the Pendleton-
Posco Northern Pacific branch, ' !f
dead. ; He died Saturday at this, homr
at 811'Irvlng street, Portland. -i. The
following - account ,01 . his lire .. anc
work is from' the Oregon Journal
a Born in New York in 1842,. he
siariea west wnen oniy 10. . uoij
they reached Denver, Mr. Hunts com
panions accepted a jot shingling, but
Hunt' refused" employment, declaring
he had determined to start hi busi
ness for himself. For a time he
found nothing- One-day he met by
the merest chance a man with two
yoke of oxen who had become too ill
to continue, his work. Hunt hired ttu
oxen" for a dollar per day yer yoke.
Then he found a wagon which he paid
a dollar per day for;
Began Teaming Business.
In this way he began his business
of teaming between The Dalles, Boise
and Ogden, a business which soon
reached considerable proportions and
formed the basis for his fortune. Af
ter coming to Oregon Mr. Hunt built
more than 500 miles of the O. R. &
If- and Northern Pacific lines
Through his work much of the then
desert region was opened up for set
Mr. Hunt built and operated seve
ral short lines of railroad In the vl
cinlty of Walla Walla. His last ac
tive enterprise was the conducting of
a large farm. - Four years ago, after
16 years of residence in the vicinity
of Portland, he was taken ill and
never left his bed again He survived
by his wife and four children, Char
les W. and Cuy L. Hunt of Half Way,
Ore., C. C Hunt of Nyssa, Ore., and
Lily M. Hunt, Portland.
In the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon for Union County,
The EliteDying and Cleaning Works
, ' ' H. b" wAUflEXEB, Prleift
Bteam and French Dry CIeai;l
oaned for anl dellm1.
adles Mk a tpe -ialltf. Oood
PhoneFfiain 6kf f: ahaffey Buildiw
Nellie Farmer, Plaintiff, vs, Cleve
Fanner, defendant, Summons:
in the name o fthe Sate of Ore
gon, you are hereby summoned and
directed to appea rand plead to the
complaint filed against you In the
above entitled suit and court, on or
before the 8th day of April, 1910, the
same being the last day of the pub
lication, of this summons, the first
day of publication hereof being Feb
ruary t5th. 1910.
And If you fall to appear, answer,
r otherwise plead within the said
time, the plaintiff will apply thereaf
ter to the afcOTJ entitled court tnr
lefault against you for such failure,
and demand the relief prayed for in
ner complaint filed herein, to-wit
For a decree forever dissolving the
rionds of matrimony now existing be
tween plaintiff and defendant, by rea
son of defendant having deserted and
cause or excuse and without plaintiffs
cause o rexcuse and without plaintiff
consent for more than one year Im
mediately prior to the commencement
of this suit; for cruel and lnhumat
treatment of plaintiff by defendant
and personal Indignities inflicted by
defendant on plalntff as set forth In
the complaint filed herein to which
reference Is hereby made; that
plaintiff be decreed her former name
and alimony from defendant: that
any and all rights of defendant in
ana to tne SW 1-4, NB 1-4 Section
12, Tp. 2, It. 35. E. W. M. be cut off
and extinguished and the same be de
creed to plaintiff; for her costs and
disbursements herein and for gene
ral relief. .
...This summons Is published by-"v'lr-
March 27 will soo be here, and if you d
new clothes for the occasion, you should order
them now, made as you vant them, from
cloth of your own selection, by
Merchant Tailors. Chicago
A price range of $20 to $40 will ' secure ;you
clothes of the highest quality, on the dot ;of
style to fit and satisfy. We'd like to take yoixr
measure today ' '
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tue of an order made and entered by
Hon, J. W. Knowles1, Judge of the
above entitled Court,' at Chambers, In
La Grande, Oregon, on the 24th day
of February, 1910, which. Order di
rected the , service of this summons
upon you by publication for a period
of six consecutive weeks In the La
Grande Evening Observer, a newspa
per published at La Grande, Union
First publication Februay 25, 1910.
A Attorney for Plaintiff.
Feb 25, Mar. 4-11-18-25, Apr. 1-8.
Kingsley & Cogei
I Shoes ' Repaired i
Two first class workmen.
All work turned out with
dispatch and guaranteed:
THE OLD PHE8TON UTANP
I am prepared to furnisn Dry Chain Wood, al
so partly seasoned wood, to all comers. Kind
ly phone your order to ' u
V. . B 71
PH0HE RED 3741
Our ret;uli 2e prr pound linrs
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onr nu msk. aiisolnlil) i'nr-,
wc kirn (t and v'Il U tvr
Di'iuufacturluK drptrtmrnt will
convince yon. 01 R M'df.ErS
are vrcs.w.f, the fln'on re,
Slrnw5rry, choculat) Bd V.
C'f'it In four flavors.
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BEST OF SVJIKHET
REM. HUMAN HMR, COMBS,
BANDS, BRAID PIUS, ROLLS,
RATS AIID PADS.
. 7W. WELLMMi & CO.
Notice to Contractors
. D. Selder
Notice Is hereby given that sealed
bids will be received at the office of
the Recorder of the City of La Grande
for the construtloa of a 2,000,000 gal
lon "reinforced concrete reeervlor, to
be construted accordng to the plans
and specification now on file at this
office and to be seen at any time dur
ing office hours;. A certified check
of five per cent of the amount of the
bid must accompany each bid, and
all bids must be In by Five o'clock p.
mm, March 24th, 1910. The City re
serves the right to reject any and all
Dated at La Grande this 22nd day
of February, UlO
D. E. Cox. '
Recorder of the City of La Grande.
WANTED District managers, ag
ents and socllcitors for new Whole
Life and Ten Year 6 per cent Deben
ture Bond, also best natural deatb
and disability policy. No classifies-
DuIng a Lawsuit
Did you k iow that placing your re
liance up a warranty deed is simply
bidding for a lawsuit?
In California this fact is so well
understood that a warranty deed Is
looked upon with suspicion.
It Is for this reason:
If the title Is good It passes with
the deed, and that It all there is to
it. no need of a warranty. If bad,
the adding of a warranty does not
make It good,
A warranty Is only a sort of bet
a wager that you will have no trou
ble; but If you do, and finally lose
out, I'll pay your money back.
A better plan Is to require an ab
J. R. OLIVER.
We hare a fine new line of Hot
Water Bottles. Th are the reli
able kind, are ' guaranteed for more
than a year am", cost you no more
than the doubtful :. .rt. Newlln Drug
108 ELM 8TKEET
Having opened Parlors t the
above address I am prepared
to do njthlng In the dressmak-
Ing line. Plain Sewing uh6
'ext door to Ada Rongh phot
Miss Emily Wilson
tlon for occupation, race or sex. Good La Grande, Oregon, January 11,
pay. Mr. Meek, 1041 Drexell Bld'g 1910 Inasmuch as at the present
Phlla., Pa 2-1-9-20 ! time the cost of living is much
greater in proportion than the pre
vailing prices of labor, we r un
dersigned carpenters hereby rasili
end agree that after the 1st W of
April, i9io; the uniform wag tor
carpenters shall be 4.00 per day of
nine hours. Instead of $3.60 as It is
at present; and We hereby furtaer
igree that ws will not do aijr wrrc
st leu wages than the above rat
Elgned-J. N. Kohl. W. A. Lndlker,
Joseph Horstman, M. M. Marauls,
Thos. H. Moore, F, B. Houstan. T.
8 Bplker, C. L. Spiker, J. 8plksr. a
D. Goodnough, D. E. Cook. J. J. ClM
ey, C. O. Greene, F. W. Pattlson, G.
O. Chapman. J. L. Slater. W. P Nobis,
I- D. Sheets, W. C. Kelly. Helsner 4
Robinson, E. W. Kammersr, I. lr.
Strlnseck. Louis Wrbjit'
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