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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (June 25, 1910)
LA GRANDE EVENING OBSERVER SATURDAY, JUNE 25, 1910.
PAGE SIX " "
ARE. YOU READY
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Everything points to the coming Chautauqua Assembly as 'the greatest social gathering ever
attempted in Eastern Oregon. Already more than seven hundred people have signified their
intention of attending during the entire-ten days by purchasing full season tickets. .
These added to the. many hundreds of others who will attend as they can will certainly
make a folly crowd and YOU WILL WANT TO BE WITH THEM.
You will want to be as well dressed
you can be at very
, a nd
A large assortment of Lingerie Dresses, large shipment of Shoes, Oxfords and Slippers,
Large shipment wash and other goods.
OPERA HOUSE BLOGl
LA GRANDE, OREGON.
( Safer than National Banks
Better than U. S. Gold Bonds
UNION COUNTY LANDS.
Why invest in foreign cities and wireless stock, when
v you have a sure thing at home ?
See G. J. BLACK,
who nas a large list of money makers.
An Indian can be happy with-
out a Piano. But who wants '
to be an Indian?
STEMIVAV, llDlVG, KERTZMANN, A. 0. CHASE
.' COVOVE? Panos for sale by
J). Io Scott
(Continued from Page Three.)
In the lineup last Sunday as he had
Just arrived and was not In shape
physically to play.
Bradley shifts to short tomorrow
and Merrll Chllders goes to the
right garden. At Vast he will have
equal running for the right field with
Hollister, Stoddard and Stacey. Hol-
llater and Chllders are both fairly
good stickers, and It will be an even
tossup which plays In that position.
Proe, the former keystone sacker,
Is slated for center field tomorrow.
If reports from the Lincoln lot,
where the workouts have taken place
this week, count for anything. La
Grande has an infield, that no Elgin
bunch can break In upon.
Following is the list of letters re
malnlng unclaimed in the La Grande
poBtofflce for the week ending June
24th, 1910. x .
Boyle, Miss Clara
Barlow, Mrs. Maud ,
Bundrldge, Miss Adrice
Hamilton, Mrs. N.
Klnsey, Mrs; D. S " '
Stanchfield, Mrs Laila.
Nolon, Miss Dolon. '
Nelson, Mrs. Mattle.
Pries, Miss Mildred
Bortson, Bert. ,
Borg, Edwin E.
. Cast, John.
Gray, Richard. ,
Howard, Mr. and Mrs. Roy
Keller, Sidney (2)
McAnnallay, W. H.
Slbecnal -. Prices !
Cut Glass and Hand Painted China
If the, fellows whet thelr baling
eyes tomorrow, and can make rny
Jtlnd of a showing against Aubln's
twitters .the locals will win handily
Let's send a good crowd to Elgin
Vullln, the invincible, knew he hoc'
hern in a prize fight last night at 'tie
Pendleton ope ra house. Burgo was
still in the game and fighting Btrong
In the fifteenth round, but the refoVee
awarded the scrap to Mullin.
From now until July 17, 1-will make a specially
low price on cut glass and hand painted China. It J
will pay you to examine my stock and get a. good se-J
lection before buying your gifts.
All styles of wedding rings including 'Tiffany,
round, oval, etc., at lowest prices in Eastern Oreeon.
x Quality considered. , O
Y T will Rnvn Yrm Monov.
Cove and Baker City play tomor
row, presumably the last game in
the Eastern 0reg6n league.
J. H. Peare,
La Grande's Leading Jeweler,
Opposite Land Office
There will probably be a game te
tween La Grande and Athena win
ners of the Inter-moujntaln league
pennant here od Monday, July 5th,
Great , interest Is manifest in the
swimming races to be held at the
water sports carnival July fifth. All
entries should be made In writing or
in person to A. W. Nelson before
next Saturday night., This is espec
lally true of the relay and water polo
teams, but It is also essential thnt
Individuals be entered.
Central Point will
festival this week.
hold a flowe'
Morgan Farm Sold.
The. Morgan farm about five miles
east of -Union on Catherine Creek,
was sold recently to E. J. Sayre of
this city, for the neat little sum of
$8000. This is what Is more com
monly known as the Dwight place
and at one time was owned by Char
ley Allaway. It is a valuable piece
of land and one of the most pleasant
ly situated in Union county. This
farm was sold several years ago for
$6000 and will probably bring much
in excess of the last price of $8000
when sold again. Union Scout.
Complete equipment for resetting and repairing
rubber buggy tires. ; 7' , ,:. ' . ,
LA GRANDE IRON WORKS
O. FilZQERALO, Proprietor V
vv' Complete Machine Shops and Foundry
Call For Bids.
Notice Is hereby given that sealed
bids for the construction of 870 feet
of sewer, to be built according to
the plans and specifications on file In
the office of the Recorder of the City
of La Oram! Oregon, will be receiv
ed at the office of said Recorder up
to 4 o'clock p. m.. on Wednesday, July
6th. 1910. All bids to be accompan
ied by a certified check for 6 per cent
of each bid. The city reserves the
right to reject any and all bids.
La Grande, Oregon, June 24th, 1910.
J. K. SHEAK,
G. D. FLEMING,
W. J. CHURCH,
Health." Sewerage and Water Com-m"tee-
The no-vest Season is here and it behooves the
particular Man to look well to his shirts. We are
showing exclusive Shirtings, that are distinctive in
character and handsome in patterns and color har
monies. - .,.;.::.'''- V ' ' . ;
Shirts for Men who like good Shirts.
We selected the choice fabrics and the Shirts
were made to our special order by an expert Shirt
Maker. -.y :, , "... ,--v ...; :
Cuffs attached or detached. All sizes.
It will be well to make selections early for the
first warm day that comes will cause a rush for the
handsome new patterns.