La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959, February 21, 1911, Page PAGE 4, Image 4

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LA GRANDE EVENING 0B3EUVEB,
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1911.
" Snuwoas.
In the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon for the county ot Union. . .
Joseph ralmer and Julius Roesch,
. Plaintiff v;:"; ' '
, V vs. ' v
John Harris, Sum n , Harris, the
" First National Bivnk of Elgin and
X. F. Phy, Trust 6 In Bankruptcy
." of J. "W. Scrlbor, Defendants. V
To John Harris and Susan Harris,
the above named defendants, you and
each of you are hereby notified to be
and appear In the above entitled court
and answer . the complaint thereon
filed against you In the above entitled
t suit within six weeks from the first
publication of this summons, and de
fendants will take notice that If they
fall so to appear and answer,', the
, plaintiffs will for want thereof apply
to the court for the relief demanded
In the amended complaint towlt, that
plaintiffs be decreed to be the owners
rn fee of the real estate described in
the amended f omplatnt to wit, lots one
and two and the southeast quarter of
Borthwfgt. Quarter ; and . Southwest
quarter of, northeast quarter of Sec
tion nineteen jn township one south ,
of range 40, east of Willamette Meri
dian, and south half of northeast
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For the Next Thirty Days Ton Can Buy lour Silverware, Cat Glass,
Hand Painted China, Clocks aa d Jewelry at a Reduction of (rem 19
to 25 Per Cent off. ' All reliable Quality and Fully Guaranteed. -
J. H. PERE,
Opposite V. 8. Land Office on
? i4i Hit Hit llltl II 1 1 IHt 1
100 Switch 25 per cent off p
Beginning Mp
Switches,1 Curls) Puffs and Combljngs made to s '
order can also supply f the trade with ; Hair '
Goods ' and NovelMes, Massage Cream and
Facial Remedies.,. ...'.- . ;
IThe Paris Hair Store y
MRS. PALMER, 209 Fir
L,i"ir-yr"ii-njt"s-'ijm' ijii'"ajir ay r'i',saji"isjiaiJ-i'iis ansif
fftHSWm: sfcttiSMilfSflfclMtlS
eyiyliy'ejril'aay
Perry Pneumatic Water Systems, Samson
Wind Mills,' peming Pumps, Richardson & Boynton
.Warm Air Furnaces, Pipe
f ti.. I..' Tiii.
tas, jriuiuuiug az. i, urea vi
ment of Nickel Trimmings.
BAY 6 'ZWElFEl
PLUMBERS, 'HEATERS, SHEE1 METAL . WORKERS
,ii Jsf"nj"T js ay i
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AMBULANCE
Job Printing Promptly at The Obse er
The George Palmer
LumberCompany
r Retail Department
We solicit your orders for Shingles, Rubberoid
, Roofing, Deadening Felt,' Building Paper
We are prepared to furnish and deliver material,
, promptly, .;. ;
quarter and south half of northwest
Quarter, and north half of south
east quarter, and southwest quar
ter of section 24, and south half
of southeast quarter ; and southeast
quarter ot southwest quarter of sec
tion 23 and east bjtff of northwest
quarter of section twenty six in town
ship one south of Tange C9, east ol
Willamette meridian, in Union coun
ty, Oregon and that plaintiffs title
thereto' be quieted.
Th: summon ;f published by or
der o tb ti-B. circuit court of 'the
state of Oregon for tle county . of
Union, bearing date the 8th day of
January A. D. 1911, directing fvW
cation of this summons for wi con
secutive weeks in the La Grande Ev
ening Obs?rver a newspaper publish
ed st La' .Grande, Union V-cumy. Ore
gron,' nud of general circulation !
BaM stats nnd . county and the first
niibftrHi'op..ot.thts summons is on
th? (ih day of January, A. D., 1911.
. .T. D. SLATES.
Attorney for Plaintiffs.
Jan.' 10. 17. 24, 81, Feb. 7, 14. 21
' Every family ha need of a good, reliable
1 1 II1UIUUH - J
the muscles and rheumatic pains there is
iimMAnr .. r nr siminR. uruiBcn wjiciicpo i
none better trifin I'tiKmwrrrn r. i-
mm
La Grande's Lead
ing Jeweler.'
A dams Avenue. '
i1eli
2
St., La Grande, Ore.
sBasj'-sisajar"
Valves and Fittings, Out
'ah -rr.' j T1..11 l k
au xuaus, x uu jissuit l
Uptown office Main 720
Residence phone Main 25
E. lbussey
Phone , Main 8. .
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COMEWEST
EASTEIIX OREGON TO HAVE SEE.
v YICE OF WOBKEKS .
HoHpital Work to be Taken op by
Company of Americaa Ifans.
A community, of English speaking
nuns will reach Baker within a few
weeks and begla wflrk in various
places, especially in hospital and char
itable enterprises, says the Baker Her
aid. They, come to Eastern Oregon oh
the Invitation of Rt Bishop O'Reilly
and are specially qualified for the
work In whlcn they are engaged.
Thejr weni stationed - In Portugal
having gone, thither to do works of
charity, but oh account qf the unset
tled conditions In that country ttiey
were forced to leave. , . 1
' In the growing towns of Eastern
Oregon there Is a great demand for
hospitals and hence these sis
ters are coming to carry on that work.
Bishop O'Reilly expects them In a
short tlnfe and has several growinar
towns in view in which to placp them.
They will be 9, diocesan community
and. will carrv ont. thwrrlr hm)hI
them.' .'v: . ;'
Ten nuns will arrive first to take
un the work but more may come, later
as the work enlarges and more heli-
ot mines.
3G5, Brooke Granting permits for
appropriating water." ' v
310, BrookeEnable land owners to
Incorporate to, irrigate.
311, AbramB Regulate butter man
ufacture. 1 '':
301, Abbott Creating state Immi
gration agent.
: 407. Mijler Appropriation fo Co
lumbia county fair. ' ' '
rZ2 MgKinney Regulating iaotor
vehicles.: ;' ' , ' ;
336; Mahoney Relating to public
roads.
97, Llbby Protect trainmen and
passengers.
226, Gill Giving state authorities
Jurisdiction over resorts selling liquor
In gallon quantities. '.';'"
285, committee on revision of laws
Authorizing municipal corporations
jperating electric and water plantB to
supply service outside of corporate
limits. -(- .-.-'
288, Gill Making state treasurer
custodian of funds of state library
JommiB8ion.
' 125, Abrams Requiring secretary
of state to report list of incorpora
tions. 140, Hollis To create state boarij
flsh and game commissioners.
144, Insurance committee Regulat
ing fraternal benefit societies.
212, Miller, Shaw Relating to
fencing railroads. ; ;
; 219, Westerluad Relating to deputy
recorder of Jackson county.
237, Ambrose Relating to support
of libraries. :
: 254, committee on Insurance Re
latlng to expenses of department )f
Insurance.
249, Leinenweber and Belland Re
garding protection of trout.
-' 267, Chambers Relating to shooting
fowl from sk'ffs. . .
j 280, Jones Relating to sale ol
opium. . . ' .
: 298, Blgelow To provide for protec
tion of game. 1
, 825, committee on insurance Au
thorizing examination of insurance
companies. . '. '
, 326, committee on insurance Li
censing insurance companies.
327, committee on insurance Re
lating to fire insurance committees. 1
338, ' Miller Authorising bridge
across Willamette River.
844, Abbott To provide for night
schools.
364, Derby Attaching Hood River
county to Seventh Judicial dl8r!ct.
59, Pe'erson Levying taxes fort
8ChCOl8.
H LEGISLATIVE WORK
(Continued from Pasre Thre l
j 197. Huntington Prev'ding for
' county educational board.
, 284, Peterson For granting rights
ef way over state lands,
j' ' 285, committee on revision of laws
Authoring towns to furnish ight
and atr.
I .'V ' ': '
ts are needed. It Is probable that
that some ot the nuns will be station
ed at Ontario, wtiere there is a great
demand for trained nurses. Wallowa
la also in need of assistance and It
may be that some of them will bs
stationed there The newcomers are
well qualified for their work and will
undoubtedly do much good in . this
part of the state, ...
s , ', v '' ; 'At the Isls.
" A wonderfully good three dayB pro
gramme was commenced at the Isis
theatre this afternoon. Certainly the
"feature" picture Is "Jean Rescues",
a love story In which the dog : Jean
plays a prominent part. Jealous of
Horace and Jealous of Jean, Oscar
thinks he loves Alice, with whom he
Is constantly finding fault for show
ing the slightest attention to any
body but himself. Jean has a good
.deal of dog sense, and Instinctively
Bhuns Oscar, whose disposition is any
thing but lovable. The( dog is very
fond of Horace who is a man of gen
tle nature and kindly character. Jean
la, always the companion of Alice and
naturally come In for the vent of Os
car's' spleen whenever it is aroused
against Horacel or Alice. '
; Oscar longs to thwart Horace in his
attention to Alice. The opportunity
occurs when Alice appeals to him' to
oawo uioi.o tiuiu ui uwuuig. tiff nas
been seized' with cramps while bath-
car coldly refuses. Jean appears and
she goes to the rescue, brlngius ex
hausted Horace to the shore., Alice is
disgusted .with Qscar and gives him
back hi engagement ring.
Miss' -Nellie -Garrick, who delighted
everyone by her appearance recently
in "H. M. S. Pinafore" sang, "You are
the Light of my Life", a beautifully
Illustrated, song. Miss Garrick will
render this song at each performance
tmtll the change of programme.
La Grippe Coughs. ''. .
.. Strain and weafcen the system and
if not checked may develop Into pneu
monia. No danger of this when Foley's
Honey and Tar Is taken promptly. It
is a reliable family medldne for all
coughs and colds, and acts quickly and
effectively In cases of croup. Remem
ber i,be name Foley's Honey and 'Tar
to rail coughs and colds, for croup,
broflCTiltis; hoarseness and for rack
ing lagrippe coughs. No opiates. ' Re
fuse substitutes. Hill's Drug store.
Cure Your Rheumatism
AD OTHER ILLS OF THE BODV
' At The , , , r".
f HOT LAKE
Sanatorium
; (THE HOUSE OF EFFICTENCI)
HOT LAKE, OBEOOJf
. . THE i
Oregon-Washingtbri
Railroad & Navigation Co.
Sells round-trip tickets, good for three
months, allowing $6.00 worth of
accommodation at the Santo
rium, at Portland and all O
W. R. & N. Stations. '
For further Information and illus
trated booket, address, Dr. W. T.
Phy, Medical Supt. and Mr, Hot
Lake, Oregon, any O.-W. R. & N
Agent, or write to
1T3T. JIcJIURBAT, '
General Passenger Agent,
' portlaxd;. oreoon.
Itenrre Pe Anjou Tear Trees for Sale.
.- Also other varieties of pears and a
full line of apple and cherry trees. Re
member that the Anjou pear Is the beat
M&k Fresh Hand'Rolled Choco
W CI i2 .afes Can't Be Beaten
Chief Joseph Flour fs vtVarraned to Phase
ii a FOR SALE BY
HAY,. GRAIN, FEED, POULTRY SUPPLIES, WOOD H26 ktteiw Avenue
paying fruit In the U. S. aad that we
caa grow It to perfection.
' KARL J. 6TACXLAND.
Mr.
BUSINESS
MAN
Do you realize the import
ance ot an , .;. '
Electric Sign'
in drawing trade to your
store or place of business?
We make a very low flat
rate on sign lighting, and
are prepared to quote at
tractive prices on any kind
of a sign that you may de
sire. ?'j"v. '
... Our representative is a
; i.uif i coil - ailii
talk the matter over with
you.
Eastern Oregon
Light & Power
Phone Main 34
John Melville
. 1428 71 (ferns Ave
LA ORANDE, . - ORE
Company
Plumbing
Heating
Con;cfe Equipment tor Resetting ann Repairing
Rubber Buggy Tires
LA GRANDE IRON WORKS
- i D. FITZGERALD, Proprietor
COMPLETE MACHINE
Bs Corset-Happy
Whon you decia to be corset
. bapp7 come and te fitted In
the lace-in-front Gossard. There -1b
a model in the Gossard to
show off to best advantage
your special type of figure.
?3.50 to $3.00.
Mrs.Robert Pattison
PHOJfE BLACK 148L
UMBRELLA REPAIRS
Govers from 50 cts
to Three Dollars
L. C, Smith-La Grande
-IFof Quick
Messenger Service
Call MainM, orlnd. 2J
" LET TS DTE FOB IOC.
In fict the only waj we live is by
dyeing. Don't dye yourself.
It's better than dyeing yourself.
WE DIE EYEBT DAY
AND DYE FOR AIL
. .Onr charge for dyeing for you wont
bo hglh. A sample Job is sufficient
For best dyeing and cleaning have us
do it
ELITE CLEANING tt DYE WORKS,
TJione Main 64."
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