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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (June 20, 1910)
LA GBANDZ EVENING OBSERVES, 1L0SDAY, JUNE 20, 1010.
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$ Better than U.S. Gold Bonds
I UNION COUNTY LANDS.
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Line Start TwaMes.
Elgin,- June 20. -Special Elgin
tatted Tlctory oat of seeming defeat
here yesterday la i game that see
sawed from start to finish, bat .which
bad assumed a position. In the ninth
inning where Enterprise wu to the
good oo a to 5 score.. With two
down, but two on bases. Carter laced
out a long fly for Elgin which, rm
pfre Tattle ruled, fell safe and later
rolled finnf Twrn m nnvu
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the good, seven-six. but Enterprise
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game .was marked with bad weather
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Elgin f 0
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Enterprise. ......... ... 3 j
j lor aiay ...... ............
Elizabeth A. Garren, relief for
2Iar ...... ..
E. 31 Fellers, relief for Mar
Srorafng Star, printing per bill
Garrlr Oldenberg, services as
-V K. West, Mdse. for Mrs.
Xelson ... ... ..........
Red Cross Drug Store, drugs
for Poor Farm
J. W. White, groceries for
Poor Farm ..,
City of La Grande, water rent
for 3rar . .............. j..-
J. 1L Selder, commissioners
fees per bill .............
C A. Gallowaf , commissioners
fees per biH ..............
Mrs. Rose Morabeck, relief ..
Mrs. F. B. Huntley, relief .....
Gill us foryour order for
J Feed, Wood or Coal.
t Prompt delivery our specialty.
: Grande Ronde Cash Co.
Crier opened for Enterprise. Bilyou
I closing the last half of the game.
'Aabfa threw for Elgin.
wf Elgin's victory puts La Grande tied
i tor second place.
SPC3T GM ROLLERS.
Moet Popular Pwtim. Abrostf ! tit.
The roller skating craze baa taken a
Ann hold on the people abroad, espe
cially la Germany. A number of eluhs
hare been formed la Berlin and oth
er cities which cultlrate all kinds of
sport on roller skates. They arrange
gymkhanas at wbicb the azllirr of tb
participant Is put to a serere test. Ail
una oc games are played on skates,
one of the most popular being the hoop
Erery player has a Iony rtJckv and
tain hoops covered with colored rib-
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of Cnt Gbs3r Hand Painted China, (Silver
ware, Sterling- and PIated)f ever shown in
Eastern Oregon for '
JTJITE 7HDDIZTCr GUTS,
We abo have a large stock of Plain Band
Wedding Rings, any style or size, 11 Eart
Solid Gold, at $L23 dwt
WE WILL SAVE Y0TJ 1I0ITEY. '
JEWELEE3 AITD OPTICIAirS-
The Largest Jewelry - Store in Eastern
Oregon. LA OEA1IDE ,0re.
NORTH BEACH !
Queen of the Northwest Resorts - j
Near the Mouth of tha Columbia Kiver, on theWash- 2
The place to spend Your
Twenty-fire Miles of 'Magnificent Beach. Level,
compact and smooth.
Many thriving and tidv communities, delightful ho
tel, cottage, tent and camp life. All the comforts
of home and the healthful, invigorating recreation
of the seaside surf bathing, fishing, elam digging
beach bonfires, riding, racing, hunting, strolls and
drives through picturesque wooded headlands.
Reduced Rate3 from all parts of Oregon and Wash.
IIST OF BUM ALLOWED BT THE
f OCJTT COOT AT THE
Oregon Railroad and Navigation Co
Season Kate: From Portland Kound Trip, $4.00
Three BarSaturday to -ifonday Ilate, $3.00
Purchase tickets and make reservation at City Ticket Office, 3rd and
WaaMngton Streets, Portland, or infpii re of any OR.
& .V. agent elsewhere for Inforjjatlcn
J W3f. MrMCliR.IT, Ceaeral rMf yer Ag: PortlanC OtPgth
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Continued from Friday
Robt. H. Smith, Const Fee
State a. Comstock et al ...
L. B. Stearns, 8p. Const. State
vs. Conwtoek et af .........
Emil Xeiderer, services as
John JicRae, services as Stock
Bruce Piaster., services aa
Truant Officer ............
Fred Ditrebrandt, Aut hire in
re arrest of Inaane ......I.
J. T. HobbSi So. CorikL f
State vs. Russell
Curtis Dalton, witness before
H. R. ranna, court report
ers fees SUte vs. Russell..
Boys and Girls Aid Society,
. allowance for May
M. K. Hair, services aa Ca
N, Molitor. secretary Co. Board
of Health ......
Mrs. 1. D. 9nodgrass, hospit
al fees, Mrs. Xelaoa . ,
J. P, Meyers A M, Kelly, hos
pital fees. G. W. Jewett ..
Oo. Hammell, work on Poor
J. G. Hall, spraying fruit trees
at Poor Farm
I. C 3f. A. If. Co. Mdse. for
Bolton Bodmer Co. mower and
scraper for Poor Farm ....
Ash Bros. Milae for Poor Farm
La Grande Meat Co.r meat for
Poor Farm ......... .....
Goodaough t Son, Mdse. for
Poor Farm ......., .....
City Grocery A Bakery. Mdse.
for Court House
City of La Grande, water rent
for April ........
K. O. Light Sc Power Co., lights
per bill ......... .........
Parlflc Tel. & TL Co. phone
rent as per bill
Home f nd. Telephone Co..
phone rent as per bin ....
R. L. Polk k Co., two copies
13I Directories ...
Glss and Prndhomm Co
Mdse per bill ...... .......
Bushing k Co., Mdse per bill
Irwtn llodson Co., Mdse. for
elections . ..
Ls Grande Obsw.rver, print
Jng as per bill
'alentlne Kraemer, opening
grave for panper 5.00
Henry k Carr, funeral expens
es G. W. Jewett .......... tZ.M
Henry k Carr. Mde. for Poor
Farm 5. SO
Pioneer Flouring Mill Co..
Mdse, for Poor Farm....... 7.W
D. W. Souder, relief for May.. 13.00
Macule Slajmer, relief for May 12.00
Mrs. John Wlderbrandt. relief
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bona are thrown rapidly from ne play
er to the orher. The point b not onlT
to eatch the hoop, but to do It in such
a way that it can, ImmedLirelv r,
throwa to th next Blaver and thus
complete the circle without stop.
CoIlesM Plan Swimmi
The first lony d Lata ace outdoor mter
eoneglate swimmins meet ha been
planned by representatives from Tale,
Harvard, , Columbia. Pennsylvania.
Princeton and the College of the Cty
of New Tork. The date has been set
for July 4 and 5, and the meet will be
held at Travers island. New York. The
events are to be one mile, half mile
and quarter mile races, high diving
ami hundred yard novice races.
Will hare the Greatest Celebratiion on
My 3? 4
Erer Held in "Wallowa Comity
It will be held at the head of Beautiful
Wallowa Lake, the finest Summer Resort
in Oregon.. " ' ,
There will be all kinds of Games, sports,
Races, Boat Races, Etc., for valuable prizes;
Fine music and every amusement the heart
could wish for.
Low Excursion Rates
from all points on the 0. R. & X. Tickets
on sale Sunday, July 3, good for return until
Tuesday, Julv 5.
Everybody Cordially invited to Cele
brate with us. , ,
Pwtn's Star Jumper.
Bardlet, six feet two and a half
Inches, to Fena'a champion Jumper.
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