La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959, April 17, 1911, Page PAGE 5, Image 5

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LA GUAM UK KVENING OKSEKViiK,
MONDAY, APRIL 17, 1911..
PAOE 5
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THEATRE
PROGRAM
The Irish Honeymoon ..Kalem
See thr actual feat of kissing
the blarney stone. S:e v Mr.
Richard Croker,1 the ex-Tammany
chief, tuning part in the
picture.
'A West: rn Courtship . ...Pathe
A stirring Crama showing
how western people win out.
The Ransom of Red Chief...
................ .'. . . . ' Edison
, For your information Red
Chief is not an Indian. He Is a
10-year-old American boy full
of life. He Is kidnapped, bu.
his captors are very glad to get
. rid of him. Its a scream.
Illustrated song "In the Good
Old Country Days"
wishes room mate. Must be woman
of good character, neat, refined and
Protestant Apply by letter to Ob
server office, giving full particulars.
4-17-tf
j rEKSONALS.
roads .......... ........... 2.00
Joe Johnson, work on county
roads 26.25
J, H. Robertson, work on coun
ty roads
R, W. Tauscber, work on coun
ty roads ....,.
John M.ade, woi"k on county
roads ......................
D:a Courtney work on coun
ty roads . .
Earl Roberts, work ou . coun
ty roads . ,
John Woods, work on county
roads
Matinee ....
Evening . . . .
.Miss Garrlck
...Mr. BIrnle
R. B. Zwelfel, an Elgin merchant, is John Reefer, work on county
t0,dtyV Frank " Coe',' w'oYk ' on ' c'ouniy
O. Gilbert of Baker spent yesterday roads ,..
In La Grande. t Geo. Stevenson, work on county
P, E. Ramsey the Portland candy roads 63.25
sal.sman, is stopping at the Soinner, lTU? 54 00
25.00
47.50
I
44.75
87.25
98.25
41.35
59.45
39.50
R. S. Ward and H.. Musshelumn f ...j, ' '
Celilo were at the Somimr yesterday. Joe
1 LOCALS
For sewer pipe call Fowler's Trans
fer office!
Anyone - wishing horses
come tq Kertly barn.
clipped
Buy your fishing tackle at Bohnen
kamp and company. ' 4-10-tf
Have you seen those beautiful new
art rugs at Bohnenkamp & Co.?
4-10-tf
Say! Did you know that on Wed
nesday evening, April 19th, the ladMs
of the Catholic church will hold an
Easter social at the Knights of Pythias
hall, over Lilly's hardware store-. En
tertaining program, delicious refresh
ments, everyone cordially Invited.
PROFESSIONAL YOUNG WOMAN
Mr.
BUSINESS
MAN
Do you realize the import'
ance of an t:
Electric Sign
in drawing trade to your
store or placeot 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. Our representative is al
ways ready to call and
talk the matter over with
you. "' .
Eastern Oregon
Light & Power
Company
Phone Main 34
Darr, work on
Ernie Johnson was a Sommer hotel
suest yesterday.
E. A. Bond was In La Grande from
Pendleton yesterday.
C. C. Carpenter of Spokane Is li'
the city today and Is at the Sommer.
Frank Earles left yesterday, for
Portland where he will remain for
some time. ... .
William Hall of Baker wa it Sun
day guest In the city , stopping at th
!?osiTTer hotel. '
' William H. Edgley, a special agent
of th O. S. L., is hen to testify for
state 'n th: trial of the two Murphys.
W..G. Williamson, a lesidenc of Spo-
vone at the Sommer today while l.i
th cty oh business. s
R. C. Skiles, the oU-tlme Seattle
drug salesman, arrived last nigh and
is st ihe Sommer.
W. M. Beatty and wife of Joseph.
were at the Foley hotel last evening
on their war to Portland.
E. M. Walker and wife are in the
city from Portland, Btopplng at the
Foley. M
L. W. Bartlett, of Pullman, Wash
ington, is in the city. He is at the
Foley. ; .
James G. Kidwell. a frequent East
ern Oregon visitor from Portland 's
at the Foley today.
F. H. Rogers came In from Seattle
last evening and is quartered at the
Foley hotel.
O. E. Ecklersley of Cove has sold 20
acres of land to Mat Mitchell realiz
ing $6,500 on the sale.
Mrs. F. W. Pattlson's mother, Mrs.
Babcock, returns tonight to Hastings,
Neb. after visiting her since Christ
mas.
Dr. E. T. Anderson of Enterprise,
registered at the Foley .last evening.
He was accompanied by W. H. Dur
ham of Wallowa county.
Don Prultt, city editor of the Ba
ker Herald, spent yesterday In La
Grande, viewing, the Knights Templar
parade and visiting friends.
Miss Genevkve Mott, a competent
stenographer of Minneapolis, has ar
rived in the city and will make this
her home. She has accepted a position
here.
J. W. Oliver, who has been ill for
the past seven weeks, is able to be
out again today and attend to business.
His friends are pleased to see him re
covering. Mrs.' George Carpy and son Stanley
left yesterday for Roseburg where
they will attend the funeral of Frank
Benson. Mrs. Carpy Is a sister to
Mr. Benson. v
Mr. Owen of Merrlam, Iowa, for
mer home of Mr. and Mrs. Perry and
Mr .and Mrs. Williams of this city
and other located here, is today Jook
looking over the Imbler fruit lands
with a view of locating here.
Among the Baker vsple attending
the Knights Templar service yester
day were: F. H. Dean; P. E. Bailie;
Superintendent , of the . Columbia
mines; C. A. Johns, ex mayor; C. I.
Flynn, Roy Barton, P. P. Bodinson,
president of the commercial club,
Judge J. B.,Messick, Jim Howard, J.
K. Romig, a farmer La Grande man;
George Henry, George B. Small and
W. W. StevenB.
county
.94.00
32.25
20.25
51.00
7.25
25.80
62.25
16.25
15.00
t" -
. 10.00
7.50
7.00
P.
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COUNT!1 COURT PROCEEDINGS.
6.75
13.25
(Continued from Page 7.)
C. R. Patten, work on county
roads
O. Nelson, work on county
roads
Pete Thornton, work on county
roads 1125
W. E. Crane, work on county
roads 18.00
Ben Robbs, work on county
roads 19.20
S. Knight work on county roads 11.25
J. P. Salmon work on county
roads 18.00
Mart Boothe, work on county
roads
A. Slpple, work on county roads
A. Peterson, work on county
roads
Mrs. Jennie Peterson, work on
county roads 1.50
Frank Zwelner, work on coun
tv roads 22.00
Ed. Saling, work on county
8.75
18.00
19.00
j
iuau5 ...... -.
O. Johnson, work on county .
roads 46.25
R. Hallgarth, work : on county
road3 .. 33.75
3. W. Coots, work on county
roads 51.25
Lee Rirab.y, work on county
roads
E. Yeager, work on county
roads
Lee Rimbey, work on county)
roads
Elmer Houston, work on coun
ty roads ...................
Herbert Graves, work on coun-
' roads ............... ......
J; I. Wills, work on ' county
roads .... ............. i .
Lafe Johnson, work on county
roads ... . . . ............. , . .
Ray Krasler, worn on county
roads
WU1 Young, work on county
roads
W. L. Ingram, work on county
roads 7
Rex Benneway, work on coun
ty roads 7.00
W. D. Andr-ws. work on coun
ty roads , 10.50
A. A. Sheasley, work on coun
ty roads 10.50
R. li Barker, work on coun
ty roads 7.25
W. J. Robblns, work on coun
ty roads ................... 7.00
Lester Kingsley, work on coun
ty roads 12.00
W. J. Chad well, work on coun- ;'
ty roads .i. 18.50
John Hiatt, work on county
roads 29.25
C. H. Stearns, work on coun- .
ty roads .,. . SO.r.fi
Ben Roberts, work "on coun
ty roads 55.00
Thos. 'Gooch, work on county
roads 30.75
Henry Campbell, work on
county roads . . 5.25
J. C. French, work on county
roads 8.00
J. A. Lloyd, work on county
roads t.... 5.75
James Wads, work on county
roads . . . . .'. 12.50
A. A. Garr, work on . county
roads 3.20
C. P. Thompson, work on coun
ty roads .;...V..... 18.00
D. B. Walls, work on coun
ty roads . 2.25
George Duncan, work on coun
ty roads ... 40.50
Bert Hall, work on county v
roads 4.50
G. M. & S. Co., supplies as per
bill ............... . 35.00
R. D. Zwelfel,- supplies as per '
bill 96.85
Palace Restaurant, meals for
prisoners . en Ttoute ....... . . . 12.70
J. D. Adams and company, sup- '
pits as per bill 2.60
E. H. Tuttle, work in R. D. .
No. 11 27.50
C. H. Tuttle, work in R. D.
No. 11 36.00
O. V. South, supplies as per bill 5.85
Beall & Co., supplies as per bill 130.00
La Grande Meat company, sup
plies as per bill 11.18
Herbert Pattison, supplies as
per bill 50.10
Patterson Bros., supplies as .
per bill 26X5
City Meat Market, supplies as
per bill 14.80
F. L. Lilly, supplies as per bill , 39.56
M. Rundl,supple8 as per bill 7.25
Blue Mountain creamery, sup
plies as per rendered 4.08
Security Vault and Metal com
pany, supplies as per bill . . . 43.11
W. . Blain, supplies as per bill 6.45
Cochran & Cochran, repairs as
per bill. , 11.00
L. W. Drumsmith, work in R.
D. No. No. 83 27.00
R. L. Linebarger, work in R. D.
No 33 11.00
Fred Pohrman, work in R. D.
No. 14 40.00
Jno. Martin, work In R. D
No. 14 8.00
H. W. Get, work In R. D. No. 1 40.00
O T. Femlng, repairs as per bill. 30.30
Telocaset Lumber company,
lumber as per bill 21.20
Cr- of La -Grande, 1-2 road
apportionment 1911 1842.75
City of Union, 1-2 road appor
' tionment 1911 517.00
City of Elgin, 1-2 road appor
tionment 1911 345.25
City of Cove, 1-2 road appor
tionment 1911 75.48
Citv of North Powder, 1-2 road
apportionment 1911 66.86
Citv of Island City, 1-2 road ap
nortionment 1911 46.27
City of Summervllle, 1-2 road
apportionment 1911 3400
J. C. Henry, auto hire and rail
road expenses 26.80
J. M. Selder, Inspection of
road and expense 6.80
Henry & Carr, freight on rock
crusher , 5.1X
CoaBt Bridge Co., payment on
Geo. W. McMillan's Life In
surance Policy in Oregon Life
On March 31, 1911, Mr. Geo. W. McMillan, President
of the McMillan Grain Company, was examined for life,
insurance by Oregon Life.N He passed a first-class exam
ination. . : : - . ' . , . :.:
In settlement of the first year's premium the soliciting
agent accepted a note payable in thirty days. .
In due course of business the policy was issued and sent
by registered mail to Mr. McMillan on Friday, April 7,
1911, at 6:15 P.M.. . . '
On Friday, April 7, at 6:10 P. M Mr, McMillan' was
'accidentally killed by being ran over by a freight train, a
short distance from his place of business. ; f ,
.i' i' ,'-: LL.wJ. iii ...i .. . ' , -; . ' . ..; (.
On Sunday, April 9 funeral services over the remains
of. Mr. McMillan were held. v '-4 '
On Monday, April 10, a check for $5000.00; the full;;
amount of his policy in Oregon Life, was paid to the widow.?
Mr. McMillan carried insurance in six other cr.mpani.e?.
and they will undoubtedly in course of time pay the respec
tive amounts due on their policies, but Oregon Life Ir.sur
ance Company, as always, was first to pay.
UCjg- If our agents do not reach you, write, phone or call.
Homr Office, Corbett Eldg Cth and Morrison, Portland.
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A. L. Mills,
President.
L. Samuel,
General Manager.
JAMES E. McGOWAN
llcstdent Agent
La Grande, Oregon
two bridges 2,600.00
Jos. Smith, salary for March,
1911 65.00
Geo. Hammell, work at poor .
farm 61.00
F. L. Lilly, merchandise as per ,
bill ;. 1.85
Pioneer Flouring Mill com
pany, merchandise as per bill 23.65
Henry Carr, merchandise as '.
per bill ; 30.45
J. G. Snodgraas, . marphandlse
as per bill 15.55
La Grande Meat company, mer
chandise as per bill 3.70
Grande Ronde Meat company,
merchandise as per bill ... 30.25
CONDUCTOR
SOUTH
JACK KERR WILL REPRESENT
CONDUCTORS AT JACKSONVILLE
Local Conductor Will Be Gone Nearly1
Three Months While a Delegate.
Jack Kerr, a member of the La
Grande brotherhood of 0. R. C, order
of railway conductors, will represent
the Interests of this section of Ore
gon when the bi-annual convention of
the national order convenes at Jack
sonville, Florida, May 9. Accompan
ied by Mrs. Kerr who will spend sev
eral weeks at Los Angeles with
friends and relatives, Mr. Ken left
this morning, and it will require about
two and a half months for him to at
end the convention and make the trip
outlined at present. He will hug ihe
border, after leaving Los Angeles, and
after completing his duties at the con
vention which will be a'n taaportai't
event this year, go up the Atlantic
seaboard to Boston and New York nnd
by the time he returns he will have
covered about 10,000 miles.
Dogs Imuounded.
The following dogs are Impounded ; tit!S(SSSi
oy me city ana owners should caii at A
once and pay charges on same: I Sf
One coal black dor. I if
One yellow bird dog. with 1910 tag
on.
One black curly water spaniel. ,
One small female water spaniel,
And all kinds of dojr.
They will be held six days after
which they will be disposed of. '
Q. W. FARRIS,
D Ap 15-6t Poundmaster.
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POST OFFICE CANDY STORE $ 1 8
Mrs. I", C Combs. Pron. 3 1
Flme Line of
CANDY,
FRUITS
ICE CREAM
POSTCARDS
TOBACCO
? NEWS DEALERS.
4 J J. $ iQf($$.Q,$Q,$ $,
., Agency tor"
W EASTMAN KODAKS
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EasterO
and Pum
in all" the favored leathers
A Shoe t or Every Foot,
A Price for Every Purte
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY.
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"Onyx" 1
Hosiery
in all colors and shades J
L. J. French
Shoe Company
FOR RENT Five room house close
in. Inquire Geddea Bros, grocery.