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LA GRANDE EVENING OBSERVER TUESDAY. HAY 3. 1910.
Son Born '
Mr. and Mrs. W.
" .- Sunday School have secured Byron 's
E. Amos of X. ' troubadours for an entertainment on
avenue are the proud parents of a
boyxhorn Monday May 2. Dr. Upton
was the attending physician. '''.,"-.
Friday evening, May 20th. Many
tickets are spoken for, already. The
boys of the class will have bills and
tickets out by the first week In May
This will be .the best musical enter-
Seemann and wife; Mrs. W. 8. Mc- R. C. Ransom, of Chicago, says: "The
aiuian; jsirs.jonu aicuonam ui ii-j iyrcn irouDRUurs inusnai emeriain.
Iowa and Mrs. Foley of Enterprise, . meet at our chourch was one of the
will leave this evening via Spokane most delightful musical treats we
Dele gates Leave Tonight
R. E. Smith and wife; Dr. S. W.jtalnment ever. In La Grande.
and the Canadian Pacific for Atlantic have ever had. '. The music, vocal
City, where they will attend the 122d
. general assembly of the Presbyterian
church. After attending the eight'
day session which "begins on May . 18,
they will scatter and visit at differ
ent points and cities before returning.
Some plan to stay most of the Bummer.'--
Open HenI Estate Ofiiee,
. Georgo II.' Currey, former editor
and proprietor of the Evening Ob
server today received a new touring
car nnd will open a real estate o.Tlce
up. Mr. Currey will use hl3( machine
la .'connection with . the ' real estate
office. Mr.' Currey has soon Union
county and La Grande grow, , from a
and instrumental, was breezy, fresh
and highly entertaining not only In
good form, but. pure and elevating,
nnd It gives me pleasure to recom
mend them to all churches and any
Christian organizations." Watch for
the bills and further announcements.
The Ists Program Todny.
The Isis has a program of more
than, usual merit this change. Some
of the feature films are; -"Tale
of a Tenement" A pretty
little story, played with sufficient sym
nnthr o clavelon all Us possibilities.
It c arries with It a tender love story
more so than the, average, and many
sentimenlly , thoughts will gather as
one sees the picture run, "' ,''
"Sporty Pad When a father and
AoUce to Contractors
. Notice is hereby given by the Dis
trict School Board of School Dis
trict No. one (La Grande), Union
County, Oregon, that bids will be re
ceived up to 12 o'clock noon of Mon
day, May 23, 1910, for. the furnishing
material and erection of t two sto.
and basement brick high school build
ing according to plans and specu
lations on file with school clerk, and
architect Newton C. Gauntt; also for
tne plumbing, heating and ventilat
ing for said buildinng.. All bids to be
ficompanied by-a certified check of
6 per cent of amount of bid. The
Board reserves the right to accept
Or reject any or &11 bids or any por
tion of bid submitted. Contractor io
figure building with or without
plumbing heating and , ventilating
Contractor Whose bid Is accepted t o
give apprpved bond la amount .satis
factory to School Board, Contractor
taking plans and specifications from:
office must deposit $10.00 to Insure w
return of same within ten day3. 'Bldai 4
to be presented to School Clerk, P
La Grande, Oregon. . .. .' ff u
By order of District School Board. ('
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AISLE SALE AISLE SALE I AISLE SALE AISLE. SALE AISLE SALE AISLE SALE
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ARTHUR C. WILLIAMS.
' . . ., , School Clefk.
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very mediocre state of Industry SO
years figo to - Its present thrift end two sons are represented as admir
enterpihie and his large acquaint- j era of the, mm girl the posaiblllties
ftnee and thorough Ictwlerfge of 1 ind j for humorous , complications can,
values and Wa Vl! Imown Intesilty J perhaps, 'be imagined. . . ' ' '
ehouM apcll for him succef.s in the J v"in the Frozen North-A master ot
business venture. . . j Western scenes and faithfully depict-
. ing in(iian character, and life. ' Selig
iron's Tronhndors Mnj SOtli. ! has added another feature to his
Tho "Agoa; tlnss of the Baptist I duct which will be certain to please.
JiJvery, merchant seen subscribed the
j amount asked for.; Gold medals are
to cost $G apiece, the Peare and Sel
prirt 'Jewelry stores furnishing the
i decorations at cost. , Tiie required
k gold medals were subscribed first and
, the silver medals later. Every raer
j chant responded willingly and at all
' .. r .... , tvrns was the management assured
- ' r1' "' ; of moral and financal backing.'
ALL.aiEIHLS FOIl C03II9 MELT; The merchants who subscribed for
. SriJSdllBED FOB ' : I the medals ; are: Gold Medals-La
- Grande National Bank, A." T. Hill's
hlg Conclave of Athletes to be In Ltt drug Store, R D.'selder's candy store
' Grande JThj- 21t. . , J. C. Price, dentist, Dr. G. L. Blggers,
A. V."Andrews clothing store, M. j.
That the merchants of La Grande , IInlley( UnUed states National Banc,
lm;o the utmobt . faith in the loial j Henry & CarrV furniture Btor Rfli.
to back ! up the organization finan
cially,. Is attested by a canvas made
5f a few' of the merchants yesterday
afternoon' by Manser a ltu-y. Ileiden
rlch and Captain. -Willi' Pnare of the
team managoinent. - in: ie,s n a
three bou? caii va s cnonnh r. t" i ---c n
subscribed to procure first i.- v--j-als
for all ccntestfliisj In th w -s
In Ihe iLiiafei'ii nreirnn ; dnli mopt in
be held In this city on My 21st. The
cost of -the medals alone amount to
about f!25 and the management
Below are a few o the many bargains you will find
on the different aisles of our Store for Wednesday
Llnons, Dinjlies nnd Fancy JVash'
Goods. .All the latest colorings.
25c reg. Aisle sale.
20c reg. Aisle Sale.
All Ladies Suits will bo liberally
reduced tomorrow. These are a few
of the many prices. ;
. avy Chiffon Panama. .
Neatly trimmed, highly tailored.
ISc reg. Aisle Sale.
12 l-2c reg. Aisle Sale.
At a great reduction
. v D.nld Hlggens ; Who Comes to
The Steward ttonlght.
Kotlce tf Salo of Slate Lands.
Notice Is hereby given that the 5
reg. price. Aisle Sale.
French Grey Coating
-.Serge suit, -neatly finished
"Worth $220." Aisle Sale.... .
Flue Navy Bine Serges
The very latest style and
. Worth $22.50. Aisle Sale . . . . .
The latest designs In Ladies Belts.
All colors. Elastic and Leather.
Reg. 75c to $1.00. Aisle Sale.........
1 BOO of the choicest lace and era
broidery collars on ' sale Wednes
Reg, 75c collars. Aisle" Sale ..
Reg, 35c collars. Aisle Sale.
I.ndles Fancy Fawn. ; .
,. Striped suit3, highly finished. tfjl Q QC
: Worth $20.00. Aisle Sale..". ;:...) I -OO1
Jill adies fats
Come In while the assortment Is . . .
-r still full and complete. i .
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THE OBSERVER CONNECTS VOU WITH THE OUTSIDE WORLD
V,'E8 , thanks to the ineivhanta
forced to secnie backing to oer J Bil!ted them and the team can now
the expense of holding the im et. Over . Bleei, nlght8 wlthout . nlshtmarM of
&iate juana uoard will receive Bealed A
gi 1st Jewelry store, ' W. H. Bohnen- aB: until li:uo 0 c,ock August Ui&mX
kamp Co.. O. E. sllverthoi nn' n T lJ)10 for the following described ' , , - " - , C "." " ?r' ... " ' . "
Bacon and NewlJn drue store. ' . " .: 8thto1 lands, to-w: . ' ' - - i..-. -.-I ...l - ----- -- - .
Silver medals-La : Grande invest- S 1-2 and 3 1-2 oI N U2 01 Sec
ment Co., Wni, Ash, Smith & Green. '01? U' T-. 5 3' K 34 A"s ' "
shoe store. lets, theatre, F, L.. Lilly, 4 blds must be accompanied by
N.'-J. West. R. L. Lincoln, People's ' s y execuioa application to
store, F. S. Iyanhoe, C, C. PJening-l Purchase.; nnd, at -least' one-fifth of
iuo auiuunt ouerea. -
No bids ' for Issb than $15.00 per
.acre 'will be considered.
1 The right Is reserved to reject any
and all bids. . -, :' .
: Applications and bids should be ad '
dressed to G. G.' Brown, Clerk State-
ton & Co., H. J. Rltter, E. Polack,
Dr. G. W. Zimmerman and P. A. Foley
Relay Cup J. II. Peare
The team management and team
. mtmucio uuvo uast v generous vote OI
Dated at La Grande, Oregon, April tne timber thereon, under the pro
iitb. 1910. -; , , ! visions of .the act of June . 3," 1878,
F. S, IVANHOE, : ;
. ' AUny. for, Estate.
. HELEN B. BLOOM,
Administratrix of the Estufo of S.
M. Bloom, Deceased. ' - .
Land Board, Salem, Orooh, and marlc
200 iiU.lctes and manv follow on from J doflcjtg j the expense account of conred' "ApIlc,tIon anA to purchase In the Circuit Court f tbe State of
Eiistein Oicpon towns, will .bo In
for the meet
Cutting this m.et.
NeWvSt Dishes ,
t Bot SsivedV ,
1 " lec Cream 1
at ' .
. The Sai-oy : Arrivals
Cfcaa, Will lard,. New York.' :
'Marjorle Eljaaa, Kaw Tortc," ;
Jack Rthburu,:.Ncw- York. -
Harry Wilson, New York.
L. IiJ, Atkinson, New York. ; , -It..
Van Aniian, New York. ' ;
SUsa Armstrong, New -York.,. .. '
nt. O. lllgglns. New York. -Pago.
Spencer, Washington, D. C.
Ev La voVard, Washington D. C. : .
A.; Mac Lann', -.'Waajilngton 1. C.
Chester Whitley and wife. . ';; ,; '.
Hnyid lltlns and wife.-'' .' .;.'""'
Chan; E. Craven, Jamestown, N. Y.i
Jfhu H.Ms.lV,Hlcr, Hood River.- ;
IVivtd While. .. '
state lands." . f . . Orciron for Union Countr.
; ; O..O. BROWN. ' I Mary L. Lykes, plaintiff, vs.( Ernest
.' Cleik State Land Boar.l ' Lykes.dofendant. . " - r-., '
Dated April 22, 1910. Apr, 29-Aug. T.' To Earnest Lykes, the; above nam-
-'.'.,;, ' : v'"".' . ; ed Defendant:; "--' -y"r::.:, .
,', Police of Final Settlement .
Notice is hereby 'given that the un-'
-Tersigned Administratrix of the"e
'tfite of S. Mv Bloom, deceased, lms
h!s day filed with the Cleric of the
County Court of Union Countjv. State
Administratrix of. said estate; and
. i In tho name of the StaU of. Oregon,'
you are hereby; required, to appearj
and answer . the complaint .filed;
against you In the above entitled suit ,
within six weeks from. the date of the
first publication of this summons, and
If you fail to so appear and 'answer
. Medicines that aid itatuTO are nlw;
that said court has fixed the 2 1st day Cor ; want there ' of the plaintiff will
ot May, A. D. JS10, at the hour. ctav-- lu u' CUUM' lul 4U ,c"vt
prayed for In her complaint, to-wit,t
two o clock Itv the aftornooa. of said t of tUo dlssoluti0tt of the i,ond;of mat
l.xy. at the Court llouae,; in - La , vimony existing between . the plain-j
Grande, fn said .County aiid State, iilT and the .defendiat and for her
' i of Oregon, hor final account,; as ituch yosta; and disburRhUionts. . .; ,
I L .. ;.. ". - . ' . This BinnmoiiB la ri'iihlisliRfl hv nr.;
an trA TTtYlO nrni I A si 1 1 . o-n.l- " - A - -
ClmmWrIiiin'8 Ci.nBh Komeilv 1 'iert "C ue.ar:.'and pasi upon
neves iho lungn, opeiw the Mcretions
lunire n restoring tlto nvstein to a healthy Account, o cr boforo said day,
COl.llltlCII. - , , ' " - :. . .,'4.
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der of the Hon.- JW, Knowles, Judgd
r.isontl.u j.an. It loowns ihocough.te- lt 'TWf?ft' nujA'aM-. . ... . ... ;
ussiid aUls : r.r r . Oregon ror union county, wmcn or-1
der was issuer the Cth day; of April
1910 and requires said summons, to
be published In the La Grande Week ly
Observer, once a week for bIx buc-
cesslve weeks. . . - - , ,-' ;..'"
'. The date of the Crst publication of
this summons Is April 81910.
-r . EUGENE ASHWILL."
. , Attorney , for Plaintiff.
;;. . ,..4,r; .'".' ; .;' ," ; ' ' ... ,; t
and acts 'amendatory, known as the
"Timber and . Stone Law." at such
value as might be fixed by appraise
ment, and that, pursuant lo such ap
plication, the land and timber there
on ha id been' appraised, $215.00, the
timber estimated 205,000 board feet
at $1.00 per M, and the land $40.00;
that said' applicant will offer ,'Hnal
pi'ct; in support of his application
and sworn statement on 1 the 21st
day of April, 1910, before the. Reg
ister.' and Receiver, -United , States
Land Office,- at ' La' Grande. Oregon,
test this purchase ' before entry,' oi
initiate a contest '. before, patent Is
sues, by .filing a corroborated 1 aill
davit in tljla ofllce, . itlQgicg facta
which would defeat the entry. V; -
':'' ' "F. C. BUAMWELL, . .'
Statement . and Application, No.:
'' '. ; -Beglst'er..
against you and each of you for such
failure," neglect or refusal and for;
Judgment aginst you and each of you ,-
ror tne principal sum of $200.00 to
gether with Interest thereon at the
rate of 8 per cent per annum from .
October 15th 1907, ' until "paid and
for the sum of $50.00 as Dlalutlff's
reasonable attorney's fees -in said ac- -tion
and for, her costs and disburse- "
ments to be taxed by the Court, and;
dm. . nl. JI . . . '"
directing a oale, as provided by law, ,
of the property herein heretofore at-
tachefl. ; ; -...--'. ' -:: " v--v ''; ;'.". ;';';
This summons is . published by vir- "
tue of an order of' the Honorable J. "
W. Knowles, Judge of the above en-
imeu court, made, elated aud enter,
ed at Chambers In La Grande, Union ;
County,' Stafe.. of Oregon., on the 22d ' ,
day "of October, 1009, directing rthat .
thjs summons" should . be .'published
for a period of six weeks,: from and,
after the data of thft flrat niiMlioH '
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In the Circuit. Court of the State of
, . Oregon for Union County ','
Mrs. C M. Wall, Plalntff, vs. Mr.
M. J. Dorsey and Mrs. M. J. Dorsey,
Defendants..:., v' ,; -V-'. ,": ;
To Mr. M. J. Dorsey and Mrs. M.
thereof, In ..the La Grande Evening
'Observer, and the date of' the first
publication of thissummons is March
2Cth, 1910 - F, S. IVANliOE, '
3-26-5-7; . X'. Attorney- for Plaintiff.
Department: of the ilnteriur, 11. 8.
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i. uuravjr. n auuv uameu aeiena- an. -aa - .
4M jtvav x ,,: , .' " '
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Furnishes evyry thing for thie Horse.
Harness, Saddles and Chaps.
, We make nothing but the best 'When in , doubt
buy of . ':'" -,riv;.:.,-. - .:.,;;'?' '
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' Succbssor to J. 3. Wagner. ;
SOTICE FOR rUBLICATIOX. -J
. Department of the Interior ' '
r. S. Land Office at La Grande, Ore
yon, Jannarr 211b, 1910. V
Notice Is hereby lven that Walter
B. Pratt, whose postofBce address la
Allcal. ,Oregon did .on, the J4th day j
of June. 1909. file In this offlce sworn
06733, to purchase the S l-t NB 1-4,
Section 8, Township t South, Range
4ft East Willamette Meridian, and
ants: '. ' . ..'.. -''.' 7 V; - -..
In the name o fthe State of Oregon
you and each of you are hereby sum
moned to appear , - and answer, or
other" 'a plead,' to the complaint fil
ed glnst you and each of you In the
above entitled action and court, on
or before six week from and-after
the . date of the first publication of
this summons. v : . . ;
And If you, or. either, of you, fall,
neglect or refuse to so, or aall, ap-the U. S. Land Office, at La Grande
Notice Is hereby given that Annie
F. Alden, formerly Annie F. Parker, '
of Starkey, Oregon, who on February :
27th, 1909, made homestead entry Nj.
05901, for NE 1-4 SE 1-4, Sec, 11,
N 1-2 SW 1-4. and SE 1-4 SW 1-4. ,
Section 12. Township 4 South, Range '''
35 East Willamette- Meridian; has ftl
ed notice of Intention to make flnjkl
Commutation - Proof, to establisn
claim to the land above described, .'
before the Register and Receiver of
pear, answer or otherwise plead here
In on or before said date .then the
plaintiff will thereafter apply to the
above entitled Court for default
Oregon, on the 23d day of June,. 1910. '
- Claimant names as1 -witnesses:
Merrltt .Coombs, William Brlggs, ;;
Andrew J. Sullivan, James Brady, all f.
of Starkey, Oregon. : -.''