La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959, June 02, 1910, Page PAGE FIVE, Image 5

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-liriday-Satoday, June 3 aM4
f By The
I I see that "Opportunity" Is out '.
' with a statement that- she has
v been grossly libeled. The Old
Girl, says; ' .
"They do me wrong who say
t I come no more
When once I knock and
fall to-find you In;
i For every day I stand outside
I your ddofi " '
I And bid you wake and rise
. to fight and win'. '
y Warming up Isn't it? Cheer tip
and brace up. Most men who say
s. they were driven to drink or
i poverty would doubtless 'have ar-, ',
I" rived Booner or later, anyway.
Unless you have faith in your
" effort, it will be a failure. Your
t troubles won't seem half so bad
I If you'll quit talking about them.
Try the other extreme, anyway.
Thl3 store U cheerful because the
; salesmen are not allowed to mis-
I represent. They know they are '
giving you better merchandise
? and better values than you, re-
V alize. They know they are in-
structed to say to you, "If these'
f goods do not s-ve you entire sat-
isf action, we request you to re-
I turn them and have them: ex-
- changed, replaced, or your money
refunded." We want to sell you
s: your hats, your underwear, your
J shirts, your clothing, your neck-
v wear, in short, everything you .
f wear including your shoes. Can't :
I' wet ' . ;;.:','".;'.; :''r '-
WILLIE, with . '
f The People's Store
Notice for Bids.
Bids for the exclusive restaurant
concessions and alio for the exclu
sive confectionery stand concessions
on the chautauqua grounds for the
coming chautauqua season, July 3 to
13, 1910, will be received by the chau
tauqua committees at the next reg
ular meeting of the committee which
"&Jfitl be held on Thursday, June 2 at
S o'clock at the commercial club room
The committee reserves the right to
refuse any or all bids. v
Cliiiilterlftin' Stomach and liver Tablets
er afe,ur and reliable, and have been
praised by thousands of women who have
ien restored to health through their gentle
aid )" -"
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Ta tok
ivariably bring relief to women sutWiiij.
om chronic constipation, headache, biiiou
eex, dininess, sallownew of tle skin ami
fspepsia. f.
. The Subterfuge. ' ;
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Circus Clown. ' v .
Uprising of the Utes. ; . . , - :
April Fool Day. . ' i V
Song We're Almost Home. Ma-
rlo's swan song. r
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; P. J. Powers returned to Baker tail
evening. .
Prof. Selac went to Hot Lake last
evening for a brief visit
Eli Hallstock and wife of Joseph
were visitors In La Grande this morn
ing. : D. C. Stevens ' of the Henry & Carr
furniture establishment is fishing In
Beaver creek today. .
W. R. Stokes' and family of Parma.
Idaho, transacted business in. La
uranae tms morning.
; Airland, Mrs. Myron Hockenberrr
of Prinevllle, arrived last evening to
visit at the home of Mrs. Harding.
,; Mr; and. Mrs. W. W. Blaker left
last .evening for Chicago after a few
days visit with La Grande relatives.
rs. c. i. Ferrin and children' left
this morning, for Ogden where .b jy
will spend several days vlsltinK
friends. ; ; .' , : -r -.. '
!. Miss Serena Rohan took her de
parture this morning for UmaWla
where" she . will spend her vacation
with relatives.1
E. Propeck the intake tender at the
head of the Beaver creek pipe line
was in the city last, evening to attend
to business matters.
"r Mrs. Elmer Wright,' of Telocaset
who has been a guest In the city with
Mrs. Jack Oliver, left today for Tol
land to visit friends. ,
( Mrs. D. E. Cox, who went to Eu
gene as a delega'te to the Rebefcih
assembly, and who has been visiting
friends In Portland, arrived home la: t
evening. ' ' : -
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Henry wer.l
to Elgin today where they will har
vest their first crop. on their new.v-
arnnlrpd rnnrhtha rnn hair, a a
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lific yield of Nherrles. ' f
Mrs. Sadie. T rs, who has been
employed as milliner In the N. K. Wert
store, left today for Hot Lake to tpea
a few days before returning to visit
relatives at Portland, her , former
home. . . , '.
O. L. Price and. wife and daughter
arrived last evening from Portland to
spend several weeks at the home of
A. T. Hill In this city.' ' Mr. Price
is one of the prominent attorneys of
Portland. , ;.;
Mrs. A. M. Paul and Mrs. Eva Ros
enbaum . have gone to Salt Lake to
visit friends for several weeks. .
; ' Mrs. pharles Smith arrived home
1 t vnlnr frnm tnni r.t Owmi
taking her to Eugene where the Re
bekah . assembly was held, and to
Portland. ; . . '. ;- ' :
The W. C' T. Uk-of Union will have
headquarters . near the postoffice on
stock show day1 for the ' convenience
of the !publfc. Packages wttl be
checked i and information given free.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Brenholts. and
daughter Miss Dorothy, are home to
day froni a Journey through southei
California. The family has been
gone some time, enjoying the pleas
ures of a California Junket.
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Carver, of Min
neapolis, passed through the city tins
morning en route to Portland." Af
ter a tour of the coast they will re
turn to La Grande and be guea.s for
a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Friuk
L. Lilly. "-..:.;
;Bostwkk Has Boy. !
Last evening at the Hot Lake Ban
atqrlumja bright baby boy was born
to Mrs.jfjRpy Bostwick, tbe "Standard
Oil man, tof Baker City. ' Mr. and Mrs.
BostwickJ ' are among Baker's best
people and the Joy of having a baby
boy, in ihelr home will be the great
est Imaginable. . And nere is hoping
the little; chap may live to be a great
big man land that bis father will not
name, him. John D.
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;. the Friday Evening Kaffee Klatch
will be entertained next Friday at the
C. E. Cochran home with Mesdamea
Charles E. and George T. as host
esses. ' ' v '' ' - V ;' . ..' 1
Miss Bymice Ellsworth, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ellsworth,
was married last evening at the
bride's home to Robert Leo. Forrythe
of Enterprise, Rev. W. H. Gibson of
ficiating. After a. few days .spent
with friends here, the bride and groom
will return to Enterprise where they
will be at home.
'; v.rV NOTICE.
0! the Establishment of an Additional
Land District in the State of Ore.
gon, and the Location of the Land
Office Thereof at Tale, Oregon.
Notice is hereby given that by the
act of congress, approved March 15,
1910, (Public, No. 88,) it was enacted
- That an additional , land district is
hereby created In the State of Oregon,
to embrace lands described as fol
lows: Commencing at a point where
the township line between townships
11 and 12 south intersects the Snake
river; thence west along said town
ship line to Its intersection with the
northwest corner of township 12
south, range 36 east; thence south on
the range line between ranges 35 and
36 east to its intersection with the
fourth standard parallel south; thence
east on said fourth standard parallel
south to its Intersection with, . the
range line between ranges 86 tnd 37
east; thence south along said range
line to its . intersection with the sixth
standard parallel south; thence west
along said . sixth parallel south to
ui uutiuneat euruer m townaai
31 south, range 35 east; thencie south
along' the range line between ranges
34 and 35 east to be southwest cor
ner of township 37 south, range 3S
east; thence east along the north
boundary of township 38 south to the
northwest corner , of township 38
south, range '37 east; thence south
along the range line between ranges
36 and 37 east to Us intersection with
tho boundary line between the states
of , Oregon and Nevada; thence east
along said boundary line to Its In
tersection with the boundary line be
tween the states of Oregon and Idaho;
thence north and northerly along said
boundary to the place of beginning;
and that Vale, Malheur County, with- '
in said district, Is hereby designated
as the site for the land office thereof.
1 In pursuance of said act of congres.
the 'land office at Vale, Oregon, win
be opened for the trarsactiun of pub
lic business on July 1, 1910, and th
Registers and, Receivers of the lar;.
offices at Burns and La Grande, Ori,
will transact no business, pertaining
to the lands included within the above
described boundaries after Juno li.
1910. .'
j Given under my hand at the City
I of Washington, District of Colnmbi..
this twenty-ninth day of March. A. ii
1910, 8. V. PROTTDFTT.
Acting Commissioner of the General
Land Office. ' : r:-.. : ... , .: , ;
s Bruce, Manager
Square TO
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Here They are Gentlemen
Ueliilnus. Wife"
Admission 2i5c and 10c
Th Suits with which the
f exclusive Tailor must now
reckon.'.- ;
Suits that fit faultless-
ly show individuality
express style and put
clothes confidence Into
the wearer. Let us show
you, Sir''-
: The Suit You
Ought to Wear
The new models In our
4, Suits are exceptional and
splendid values.
T. These prices never be-
fore bought such excel-
0 lent tailoring, such choice.
fabrics so much style
and. general, all round
V ' Suit foodness.
J New Ideas are never ab--
sent from this store and
1 the "Suit You Ought to
t Wear,- is here!
-The; Clothiers.