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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (June 25, 1910)
G7JANDE EYENTXG OBSERVETI SATURDAY, .TTTE 2 "1010.
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TOXISKT'S PROGRAM -
Roosevelt 'in : Cairo,
purged by Fire (Urban) ,
One of the Finest ,(Vitograph)
What' "Your Hurry? .
1 LOCAL iTEXS. A
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' Tom Gorman .of Baker City is here
attending so legal business today. . .
Mr. and Mrs. W. Z Newell of Boise
are guests rn La Grande with friends
Mrs. W. G. Allen of Boise is visiting
her brother, Alien J Webb and fam
ily in this city for a few days.
T. J. Scroggin, cashier of the Unit
ed States National Dank, is attend
ing the Bankers' Association conven
tion in Pendleton foday.
Mrs. F. H. Green arrived borne last
evening from Roseburg where she
has been visiting her daughter, Mrs.
Laura Green Wills. She was also a
guest with friends at Portland.
B. McCoy of Welser is in tbe city ?
A. C. Halgren. D. W. Baird and Jack
Matt, all of Baker City, are visitors
In La Grande today.
Mickey JIcFadden, better known as
Ben Crpnin, the Collier man, is in the
city with bis' proverbial smile again
' S. R. Haworth returned this after
noon from Enterprise where he has
extensive building operations under
way. ; '
J. R. Smurthwalte and wife of Ba
ker City are in La Grande today and
will attend the L. D. S. concert this
evening. , ' '
F. L. Meyers of the La Grande ya
tlonal, and who is an officer of the
Northwest Bankers' association, ti a
delegate to the convention now ft
seesion at Pendleton ' .
Earl Doane, a brother of Roscoe
Doane of this city, arrived this morn
ing and will locate here. He will be
employed with one of the meat mar
kets during the summer. His home
Is In Forest Grove.
Fred Lockley, managing editor of
thfl - Pnrlflo Mnnthlv nnflnpd thrniirfe
the city this , morning on. his way to
Baker City and Boise.: Mr. Lockley
has just returned from a long tour
over the United States, but even the
fascinations of Eastern , atmosphere
have no hold like the Western fever
to the editor. . '
Mrs. Zella M. Stewart and daugh
ters Lucile and Floy Jane, arrived
today from Marissa, 111., and will
make their future home In this city.
Mrs. Stewart is a daughter of II. S.
Massee of this city. ,
O O O GO OG4& O
$ TOO LATE TO CLASIFT.
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HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and a
; horse a"nd cow for sale. Call be
fore July 1 at 504 Second street. -
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Methodist Episcopal Church
Corner M. Avenue and Fourth, st.
Sunday , School. 9:43, G. H. Currey
superintendent- Morning service at
11:00 a. m. The pastor will be ab
sent and District Superintendent J.
D. Glllilan will conduct the services.
Subject, "The Kingdom of an Out
cast" 'Class meeting at 12:00 for 30
minutes only, Ep worth League at
7:00 p. m.. subject. "The Christian
Victories," George Currey, Jr. leader.
Evening service 8:00. The service
will be conducted by Rev. S. T. Hawk
ins of North Pawder. Everwone Is
cordially invited to attend these ser
vices. H. E. McLEOD, Ph. D., Pastor
- Baptist Church Xotes. ; .
Services Sunday as usual.' Sunday
school at 9:45 and preaching at 11
B. Y. P. U. prayer meeting at 7 p m
Prayer Meeting every Thursday ev
ening at 8 o'clock Miss IJttle will
sing at the evening service. All are
Invited to attend the services.
FRANK E. GRAY, Pastor.
v Christian Church
Dr, Underwood will fill the pulpit
at me cnrisiiau (uurvti next feuuuay
morning during the absence of the
minister. Ford A." Ellis. The Doctor
will speak from experience of the con
ditions of the Orient. , '
THE: GOLDEN RULE CO. THE RULE C'
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WANTED 25 BOYS AND MEN To
pick cherries. 25 girls to pack
cherries. Tents and fuel furnished.
Begin about July 5th. ' Good camp
ground. Phone, . write or call C. M.
or G. G. Stackland, Cove, Oregon,
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is going to be disappointed when the five
acre tracts we have" been offering you are
all gone, and they are, all but two. ,
We have some fine buys in residence
; lots at $125.00 each; $25.00 down and $5.00 a
month. Better Investigate these.
Bell Phone, Red 801 Independent 262
LA GRANDE Inv. CO.,
Foley Hotel Bid., La Grande
V , Presbyterian Church. ' v
' Sabbath school .9:43. C. E. meet
ing at 7:00 p m. Prayer meeting at
8pm Thursday evening. No preach
ing services tomorrow ; either morn
ing or evening. ;s
St. Peter's Church
' Sunday School at 10 a. m., but ow
ing to the indisposition of the rector
there will be no services.
St. Mary's Church.
Father Aalders. v'; ,
Sunday morning services at 8 and
10. Sunday ' school at 10. Bvenlng
services at 7:30. "
L. D. S. Church.
Sunday school at 10 a. m. Samuel
Storey, superintendent. Sacrament
meeting at 2 p. m. ' -
' The Chautauqua committee has se
cured the lumber for the auditorium
and administration building and the
construction will begin at once.
D. H. Proctor, representing Milton
Nurseries. Order now, for fall and
spring delIvery.':;.!..;,:,;V :;;., ; T-l
. CliamlMylain' Stomacii and Liver Tablets
are eafe, mra mnl rehnble, and have been
praised L; ilionsanJii of onion who have
been regtoftd V t!m)u;h their gentle,
aid nn" ..
I DO YOU f
I GOLD LEAF
Thomas Bruce, Manager
Supported by an Excellent Company Opens
Ihursday, Evening, June 23
You will mnl to be in Uzt with the Big Crowd tkt wilt Cekbrzie
BIG DOINS, Not onlv Here, but all over
. ;". Men's Dress Suit3, Worsted, Wool Suitings, nice snappy patterns, C 1 fl fl ft
: - ; opriug styles . . . -'m.- - ' '''.;"".-' :' AviUV
Men's Dress Suits, fine all-wool suitings and fancy worsteds, neatly tailored 012.50
Dress the Boys up, too
Our. line of BOYS' CLOTHING most complete. Don't matter much what
kind of a suit you want for the boy, we have it. Rushicn Blouse for the
little bov. Plain Knee or Knickerbocker 'riant mit fnr tha . k r i r
y N . , f 'K.' ' ------- .......... r' n jw - wwjr w w a w
" iWii3' years, any price to suit your requirements,
Soft Cotton Line, very extensive, CO to $2.25
Beautiful line neckwear just received for mid summer wear
25c to 75c
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If you're going to make that wash suit you still have time.
There is nothing neater or more practical in Ladies' summer
outer garments than the wash suits Beautiful line cloths
that will make upyeiy neat 12c to 30c. -, Our ready to
wear line mav be interesting, as thav arft infTnftnsivA and
: nice suits, neatly tailored, ranging in prica $2.25 to $6.00
The Golden Rule Co
The Golden Rule Co
Mystery Surrounds Letter
Chicago, June 25. An Investigation
wa? started today In, the case of the
disappearance of & letter containing
, 00,000 in securities, half of which
were found in , the possession of a
negro who asserts that he . found St
on the streets. The lettre w.i? mailed
In the main, post office by ; Walter
Ford,, who addressed it to the Branch
Ford roofing company. '
Marriage License Issned.
County Clerk Ed Wright has issued
a marriage license to Fireman Wm.
Sailer and liss Pearle Bearden, both
will known locally. ,
V Gold Beach has a shoeblack; only
5 cents, too.
' , somnwEST SEWS ITEMS.
Gold Beach. Globe Currey county
has less fog, less snow, less zero wea
ther, more sunshine, a healthier at-t
mosphere, purer water better hunt
ing grounds, better fishing streams,
fatter stock the year around, prettier
girls and fatter babies than any other
place weBt of the Rocky mountains.
Good lands, good water and good
people are attractive. We have them
ill hwe In Gilliam county, says .the
Condon Times the best place in this
great state of Oregon for the man of
small capital to make a start. A cou
ple of thousand dollars is all you need
to become Independent.
Tillamook Herald There is now lit
tie doubt but what trains will be run
ning between Tillamook and Wheeler
by another month. A late report telli
us that explosives to the extent of
80 tons are now on their way to Ne
halem toUe used in railroad work,
and that a EO-ton locomotive Is also
coming out on the same boat
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, Winter Is coming; you will need
coal. Yqu can save money by order
GRANDE E0XDE CASK CO.
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11 il 21 g
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DB. HL P. KEIfDELSSOnN
DOCTOR OF OPTICS
PERMANENTLY : LOCATED
AT 11C5 ADAMS AVS., OP
POSITE POST OFFICE.
DR. MENDELESCIIN'S " '
CLASSES GIVE THE BEST
.v-'.' ' RESULTS. '..;
Will have the Greatest Celebratiion on
uly 3, 4 aid
Ever Held in Wallowa County
It will be held at the head of Beautiful
Wallowa Lake, the finest Summer Resort
in Oregon. .
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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 O; R. & N. ' Tickets
on sale Sunday, July 3, good for return until
Tuesday, July 5.
Everybody Cordially invited to Cele
brate with us.