La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959, July 27, 1911, Page PAGE 8, Image 8

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LA GRANDE EVENING OBSERVER, THURSDAY, JULY 27, 1911.
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LOCAL GROWS FRUIT COJTMEXDS RESTRAINING ORDER SUBJECT OF
ITSELF HIGHLY. 7
After Visiting Orchards, St. Paul Buy
, er Expresses Compliment.
ARGUMENTS.
La Grande's Leading
Opposite U. S. Lul Offlt A dams Avenue ' - -
iiMHMtitinmiHiininiiinmiitiniiiH)i'
Complete Equipment tor Resetting ann Repairing
Rubber Buggy Tires
LA GR AN DE I RON WORKS
D. FITZGERALD, Proprietor; ;
COMPLETE MACHINE SHOPS AND FOUNDRY
Ouster Suit Which Is to Be Filed in
Preliminary Form
Grande Ronde vallev fruit U''trtn' ACUOU commenced oy xne cuy 01
tbe good" a. the slang phrase goes', oseph about two weeks a to -accordlng
to H. J. SiimsonY a f rult . vent F- D' McCully ' Joseph f rom sel
buyer of St. Paui who will handle the Ung wa,r ,n what Popularly known
Cove and other Grande Ronde valley ra" 01d Town on te ground that his
products sold by David Clarke. Ai 1 '"chlse has expired, had an Inning
ready three cars have been shipped to e Circuit Judge Knowles yester
Mr, Stlmson's firm and all that Mr. day: ?he Jo8epn water legation is a
Clarke buys here will go back to "the complicated affair, having several in
St. Paul distributors. While here Mr.' dlvldual cases wrapped about' it and
Stlmson has visited a great area of ,nvolvel. several instances, but the
fruit centers and finda everything de-'caae r,ght now betore tne cour;s and
cldedly In excellent condition. TheiwbJch wlU be put to Issue In Enter
fruit is good end Mr. Stlmson affirm.! PrlsMhe next regular.term of circuit
that the, markets will be good this court' ,s ,n teallty aa 0U8ter Proceed
x;; z oiw m of hleh lng! ,n which the city of Joseph at-
grade fruit such as la "shipped' out pf tenP; to P "" e . ilvCulV .. i
owns tne piani-wnicn nas iurnishea
water there In the past, from operat
ing his plant any longer. . 1
About one year ago, the supreme
court affirmed a lower court decision
which beld that Mr. McCully could not
ex'end his pipes to what about that
time, being piped by the then organized
municipal water plant In what was
known as New town. The city, con
tended, and was affirmed, that Mr. Mc
Cully could not sell water in the new
addition to 'he town.
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' In the Interim between that time and
this month, the city has piped the en-1
tire district and now aims to oust Mr. J
MCully's plant entirely on the ground
that the franchise has expired. '
In accordance with this movement a
this valley,
MILTOJf RUNS OPPOSITION.
Cove Blaokiberrfes to Be on Market In
About Two -Weeks.
presented several affidavit bearing
on the subject. - -
Yesterday, again, the case came up
here when Joseph with a large num
ber of contracting affidavits, attempt
ed to again have the order set aside,
leaving the matter as it was just prior
to the last decision with the old wa
iter plant out of commission.
Judge Knowles took the matter un
der advisement.
Pastors B olid Church.
Spokane, Wash., July ' 27. Fifteen
pastors in hod carriers' garb and who
were armed with saws and hammers,
'. Cove and La Grande blackberry
growers are somewhaC Inoerised at the
action of Milton growers in coming
here to solicit orders for blackberriei.
The, home grown product will be on
the market In full blast, within about
two weeks, and the growers can see no
reason why they should be forced tj
sell their crops out of the county tfiiea
the home market will handle the out
put provided, tbe markets are not
flnnHFA hv mitalriA fruits Tha nunltrtf
cannot be better than 'home - grown , temporary restraining order was
goods It is pointed out, and the public gran ed the city, preventing Mr, Mc
should bear in mind that this is a fact' Cully from selling anywhere in towi.
and patronize the home growers. The
Mil: on dealers "a re said to be receiving
a great many orders, all of which re
tards the business In their own com
munity. , . v'' :
but about two weeks ago Mr. McCully
took action to have the restraining or
der set aside, allowing him to sell wa
ter until the proceedings could be put
to issue. This was done after he had
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La Grande
usiness
Rooms 4-5-6
Foley Bni!din
Term begins
August 15 th
Shorthand
Typewriting
Penmanship
Commercial Law
Banking and
Legal Forms
C E. Taylor
Principal
raised and covered the rafters and
boarded thei front, rear and side walh.
of a building for the Minnehaha Meth
odist Episcopal church here by, work
ing from 9 o'clock In the morning un
til 5 o'clock in the afternoon, with an
intermlsiiion of. one hour for lunch,
which was served by (he women of the
congregation. John Ward, a journey,
man carpenter, directed operations
and was assisted by Rev. H. E. Green
Ig, pastor of the church. Rev. H. C.
Kohr, pastor of Vincent church, flat
tened his forefinger in driving a nail,
but continued work until tha Job was
finished. Rev. Henry Brown, presi
dent of the Methodist Ministers' asso
ciation, called to cheer the pastors, but
did not assist them. The men of the
cloth worked rapidly. Trained crafts
men will do the Interior work and fin
ishing and it is expected to have the
building in readiness for dedication
about the middle of August, when pas
tors from all over the Pacific north
west will be In attendance . j
A Fresh Supply
, of Fruit?
Vegetables ;
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Bananas, oranges, . lemons,
bing cherries, R. Annie energies,
blackberries, black cap?, canta
loupes. ;,
New potatoes, ' cabbage, tur
.nlps, beets, radishes, lettuce,
green peas, green 'beans, wax
beans, peas, dry onions, green
.onions- ; , ',: ' ;'
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RoYaiGrocery
H. Pattison, Prop.
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La Grande people. We must leave and we must let all goods go.
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