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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (June 25, 1910)
LA GRANDE FANNING OBSUVER SATTJRDiY, JUNE 23, 1910.
LA GRANDt EVENING OBSERVFR
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RAISING GOOD FROT
The efforts of the fruit Inspector
to bring about proper conditions and
regulations in the way of spraying
and caring for orchards are being met
with a reasonable amount of success.
although occasionally ; there will be
a party who refuses to abide by the
follow a haphazard course In . fruit
growing. . .- V
Today it was necessary for the In
spector to take some fruit off the
market and to Berve some orchard
owners with legal ' notice , to spray
and prune trees.
It Is for the good of the. entire val
lev and the nnlv war that anything
ctn be accomplished toward getting'
proper prices for the products of the j
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re Your Boy
with a new
WEATHER AS AN ASSET.
The warm pleasant weather being
enjoyed In this valley Is a' strong as-'
set to the country, and it' should
make the Californian Jealous. : Here
crops are JuBt at a point where warm
weather Is necessary; the people re
joice at the Grande Ronde summer
which, is a trifle different from the-
summer of any other section. ; , v
Each mornins from now until late
in August means an added supply of
cereals to the world's storehouse for
production In the Grande Ronde has
never been more promising and con
ditions never better to insure large
yields, from every acre ', of ground
that is tilled.
It .will please him more than
all the fireworks and will last
long "after the clay's fun is
forgotten. . Xtragood clothing
for boys are tailored especially
fnr Their nAftHs hv fiYtwtwork-
men who make nothing but
boys and young men's clothing
Xtragood Suits fnm
Eiderheimer Stein - Young Men Suits $12.50 to $25;00
iness bo that you can camp for a
week at the Chautauqua grounds It j
will do everyone god to emulate the ;
pioneer habit of sleeping in a tent
for a few nights at least.
Are you getting everything in read-
Reno did not have to make much
of a fight to land the big fight. But
Reno 1b a good place for such an
event.- It is divorced from the out
side world, so to speak. : i
Why Baseball Is
Unquestib n ab 1 y
America' s Na
By THOMAS J. LYNCH. President of the Nitlclnil League of
' 5 ' Baseball Club.
I0CLL BE STRUCK
if you could see how Bome factory
made clothing is put together. The
skimping of materials, the inferior
interlinlngs. B t none of these things
occur in a suit of our tailoring. That's
why one suit of ours will outlast two
Of the factory made. Order one and
the wear will prove it
C W, BAKER.
is .AMEKICA'S kattonal game.
I've got plenty of figures to prove it, but the best
proof is tho evidenco you can gather yourself at the
nearest vacant lot to your home or by yotir local
ball tossers. V ' . ' '
DAYS AND WEEKS BEFORE THE FROST IS CUT
OF THE GROUND THE SMALL BOY IS AT IT. . MONTHS BEFORE ,
THE SUN HAS DRIVEN THE SHARPNESS OUT OF THE AIR WE
HAVE BEGUN TO PREPARE FOR IT, AND FOR SIX MONTHS WITH
OUT CESSATION IT TAKES PRECEDENCE IN INTEREST OVER
QUESTIONS OF THE GRAVEST NATIONAL IMPORTANCE.
In the cities where organized baseball exists eipjht million persona
last year paid admission to see the game. This year at least a million
more will attend. ;,-
Baseball ovres its popularity today to its IIOXESTY. If there is
ne thing above another that an American likes it is a SQUARE
DEAL. Let him get it into his head that a game is crooked, and he
it through -with it
The advent of the college ball player into the ranks of the profes
sional has had much to do with the change in the attitude of the publio
toward professional ball. In the past six years no less than a hundred
and thirty-five men have been GRADUATED FROM COLLEGES
OTTO THE RANKS OF THE PROFESSIONAL , BALL
2PLATERS. And the attitude and influence of those men have so
permeated the professional organization that today the SPORT IS
ON A HIGHER PLANE THAN EVER BEFORE IN ITS
THE BRAIN OF THI BALL FIELD TODAY ARE NOT CONFINED
TO THE UMPIRE, BUT THEY ARE TO BE FOUND BENEATH THE
4APB OF EVERY PLAYER.
STust what the f utrure hold in store for baseball is difficult to pre
dict That the game has an UNSHAKABLE HOLD UPON THE
AMERICAN PtTBTJO iswUin. ,
The George Palmer
We colic: t your orders for Shingles, Rubberoid Roofing,
Deadening Felt, Building) Paper.
We are prepared to furnish and . deliver material
promptly. Phone Main 8.
F. 4. II0L3ILo, tkl r
W. L, BREXHOLTS, Asst Cash.
AEL ZODEL 2d Ass't Cash.
LA GRANDE NATIONAL BANK I
OF LA GRAKDE, OREGON
United States Depository
Capital and Surplus $180,000.00
F. J, HOLMES
W. J, CHUBCH
F. L. JCETEBS
C C FENINGT09
G. L. CLEATER
F. K. BTEXIT
IT. L. BREXHOLTS
With sr tntle reioarees and faeOltlfs im caa nodar ya efficient
tenke an4 handle yotr bislaeu t jou eaUre stnlsfactloa
; JfoOce to Teamsters.
Notice Is hereby given that Eealed
hlda will be received at the offlca of
the Recorder of the City of La Gidnde
lor the unloading of 9 carlo-tdi of
Irch pin? and one carlcau of 4
nch pipe and distribute the same
along the ditch that Is being dug.
Alt lids to be in by Wedoesda evor.
inij. une 29th, and to be openel by
the NVaya and Means Commute.'. Bid
ders wll be held responsible lor break
age In p'pe caused by the hnndhnij
cf the same, and all bids to te t,u
car ids. :, ' , D. E. COX,
fieccucer of the City of. La CriKi!c.
June-24-29. - . V . . ' '
Who the Knbns Are.
The Kuhn j Californian project
whose advertisement appears in this
Issue la' controlled by J. S. and W. S.
Kuhn, prominent and wealthy bank
era of Pittsburg; Penn., the same peo
ple who so successfully developed
oyer 400,000 acres In Southern Idaho.
Their Californian project consists of
20,000 acres in the great Sacramento
valley and la one of the greatest Irri
gation projects ever, attempted. See
ing is believing. Investigate and be
convinced.- . ,
Wilson & Briinin,
4 Order now, price is Ij
i the same all season, S
g $2.25 per crate. We or- i
der direct from the t ;
J grower, and get ' the 5
Sbest. : t
tCITY GROCERY I
J v ;; and j
i BAKERY i
Pro mpt and careful attention
given all work. All work guar
anteed to pass underwriters'
One Door south of Observer
: Office : ' '.
Mrs. E.G. Mcnnk
Mrs. L. Smith's Millinery Store J
. Manicuring, . :
f Vibratory Massage,
::l Bell Treatment a
New line of switches just
received, including blonde J
and drab shades I
WE GIVE PARTICU
LAR ATTENTION TO
THE BUSINESS OF
FARMERS. WE COR
DIALLY INVITE THEM
TO MAKE THIS WEIR
,Ttie United States
LA GRANDE, OREGON.
J Quarts Second Hand $1.10, New $1.35 j
r4 HaH GaUons . . . ... Second Hand $1.30, New $1.75
p Economy Caps .-. . . . . ; . 20c i
4 Economv Clflmns in A
ta r x ----- - ......
rA i " " 9.
g Pints .............. Second Hand 85, New $1.00 5
4 Quarts Second Hand $1.10, New $1.25 i
a Aj.au vrauuxjs oecona nana $i.3U, JNew $i.ou
g Schram Caps ..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . - 20c a
4 ' Mason Jars
j Pints ...... ... ...... Second Hand 50, New 75c 'A
5 Quarts Second Hand 65, New 90c
4 Half GaUons ......... Second Hand 85, New $1.25 j
5 Boyd's Porcelain Lined Caps .............. 35c S
t ; -"' - " - - ' . 5
4 Second Hand .Tars All TTi Till Q T7ait ITKaaT K
j Jelly Glasses, Round Bottom ...... ...... 40c Doz. S
Jelly Glasses, Tumblers ........ . .... . . 45c Doz. i
- : . "
damps 10, Rubbers 17 1-2, caps 17 i-2
i Furniture on Easy Payments j