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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (April 18, 1908)
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La Grande Professional f
a U EIQQEri.8, M. v..
Enysf.tun and Burgeon,
attic Balaton Building, over
I . Barry's Store.
OUIca 'Phone Black 1121.
' Residence 'Phona Red 1001.
J. XL HUBBARD, M. D.
njvk-lan and Burgeon.
Clffloe tn Now Bank Building. Room
UU. 'Phonea: Raaldanca, Main
l; Office, Mala 71.
v. PR. A. L RICHARDSON.
Physician and Burgoo.
Offloa over Hill's Drug Stora.
Cffloe 'Phona 118. Resldanca Main II
N. MOLITOR. M. D.,
. myairi'i ana nurgooa.
earner Adsms Ave. and Depot Bt.
errlca Main 18 Residence Mala
' Phvlrlnns and Surgeons.
Office '. ' Grande National Bank
F ...JJhb. 'Phone Main It.
C. T. Xacon, Residence, Main It.
f K. Hull, Residence, Main 52.
U.V. F. k. -100UJS .
, DR. JB. C. P. MOORK
,, Osteopathic Physkrlana. !
atlrksville Graduates. Under Founder.
Office Simmer Building. , ,
Phones: Office Main 13; Res. Main 14
C. II. t:ptov, ph.. g.. m. 1.
I'lijxlclan. anil Surgeon.
Special attention given to Rye, Ear,
Nose and Throat.
Office In La Ottiie v'oilunal Dink
Phones Office, Main 2; Residence,
. Main 32.
pr DU. P. A, CHARLTON,
Veterinary Surge n.
Office at Hill's Drug Store, La Grandt
Resilience 'Phone Rod T01.
Office 'Phono Black 1361.
Indofendent 'Phono It.
. ", DIt. W. 11. 1ULKY.
firaduato Ohio Siato University Va
sinatlon. Dcntlntiy unil Surgery of ai
kinds. Country tolls promptly an
Offleo 1414 Adams Ave. Thongs. Pa
rifle, BlacW 1801. Independent.
" 7 whit id.
c a cAcmoBN.
Office over Hill's Drug Store.
La Grand Oregot.
J. C PRICE, 1). M. I).
Room IS, Ia Grande National Bank
Building. 'Phone Black IttL
La Grand Oregon
Dr. 8. II. Kasley Dr. J. L btevensoo
Res. Red 111. Res. Black 161.
E ABLET 4k STEVh-.NbU.S.
Dental Parlors and Laboratory.
Aluminum Plates, Crown and Bridge
work, a specialty.
Office Opposite Foley Hotel.
Office 'Phone Black . til.
TEACHERS OF MCSIO
iROF.E. PORTER DAT, Prtnclj, .
La Grande School of Music
Mrs. Day assistant. School oppo
site Foley Hotel. Phone Red 471.
MISS STELLA D. OLIVER. '
Teadiet of Piano and Harmony.
Hiudlo over J. M. Berry's Store.
L. A. PICKLE R.
Civil, Mining, Irrigation EngtnccrUt
Estimates, plans and specifications.
Office in Bohnenkamp Building.
La Grande - - - - Oregor
,V. It. TIIOHXTOX.
Architect and Engineer.
Surveying, Civil nnd Structural Engi
neering. Twenty Years' Experience.
Abstracts of Title. Fire Innurawe.
Ollli.e next dnor to La Grande Na
- . tlonal Bunk,
t.a Grande - - - - - OreRir
MRS. GRACK McALISTER.
Toacher and Mnnager.
Telephone Farmers 1!)7.
1 lius. IC. Cochran ! tou. P. x iirt
COCHRAN & COCHRAN,
' La Grande National Bank nullillng.
' T (nti.1e - -' - Orcg?
i OlCUTvIO 1 OL VU. !
JEWEURS A0 OPTICIANS
' We wish to call your attention to our
We are better prepared than ever to-do
first class work. If you have a watch
that does not give you satisfaction, oring
it to us and we will guarantee we can fix it.
Diamonds reset or mounted in new mount-
ing is one of our specialties.
All our work guaranteed and promptly done.
We will save you money
SIEGRIST & CO-
JEVVfLERS AMD OPTICIANS
Complete equipment for
rubber buggy tires.
resstting and repairing
f LA GRANDE IRON WORKS
5 ' D. FITZGERALD. Proprietor
Complete Machine Shops nd Foundry
Lou Stoop Is shipping potatoes to
Missouri and Kansas points, and get
ting a good price for them.
J. 8. Jansen, the well known livery
man of Lewlston. ' Idaho, arrived In
the city laHt week with a party of five
persons whom he had driven over
from his town, a distance of 120
miles. . Mr. Jansen and the party put
up at the Sommer house,
J. M. Ashworth of Athena, was In
Elgin recently looking this field over
with the Idea of building a modern,
up-to-date opera house here. He ex
pressed himself well pleased with the
situation and stated that It was almost
a certainty that he would build at an
The Elgin brass band, successor to
h Woodman band. Is rehearsing reg
ularly each week under the direction
of Prof. E. F. Hug. There are 25
members In the band, 10 ladles and
misses, and the remainder men and
boys. About 18 members attend re
hearsals regularly and take a decided
Interest In the organization. '
. Harnha Morton was down from La
Grande this week visiting Elgin
friends. The Morton family will
move to Walla Walla In a few day
to make their home.
Mrs. O. S. Wlgglcsworth arrived or
Monday's train from her home In Cal
ifornia to visit with her parents. Mr.
alvl Mrs. Frank Victor.
Thomas Slcgnmnd has contracted
for 10 cub bears of C. Carpy of Wal
lowa. The cirbs have not been de
livered, but Mr. Carpy has them
vendy to ship on short order. Mr.
SIcBmuml' will ship the animals tt
parties In the east. ' , ' '
Mrs. D. D. Wortmnn left Wednes
day evening for Wnlla Walla, when
!ho goes to lie nt the bedside of Rich
ard Mclntyre, who was recently In
jured by the explosion of an acetylene
gas tank. The Injured man was
moved to a Walla Walla hospital
Wednesday nnd Is reported to be In
a dangerous condition.
Conditions permitting, the Elgin
Joseph Rngp company will start It
ntuKfla running on thn summer ched
ulo next Monday. Cndt r tho preset!'
t winter schedule, (lie stages lay ove
;t the hotel In the canyon ft n!(,hl
nklng two days to make the tvtj
.'.'.rough to Josei h without a stop.
be deprived of their perquisites and
must go without their annual passes, J
being entitled to trip passes when ac-
tually on legal business for the cor-
poratlon. , i
GEORGE PALSSS. President
J. M. BERRY. Vias President
F. L. M EYERS, Cahier
the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon for Union County. j 4
Samuel T. Boothe, plaintiff, vs. Myr-. X
tie Boothe, defendant. T
To Myrtle Boothe, the Above Named
Defendant: ' !
In the name of the state of Oregon, ' X
you are hereby summoned and re-' J
quired to appear In the circuit court j
of the state of Oregon, for Union coun- j S
ty, and answor the complaint filed
against you In the above entitled cause J
on or before the 2nd day of May, 1908,
or In default thereof the plaintiff will
apply to the court tor the relief J
prayed for In the complaint, to-wlt:f
for a decree of the court declaring ' X
the marriage contract between plaint-! i
iff and defendant null and void, and J
for such other and further relief as
may be agreeable to equity and good
This summons Is served by publi
cation thereof for alx consecutive
weeks In the Evening Observer, a
dally newspaper of general circulation
published at La Grande, Union coun
ty, Oregon, by order of Hon. Thomas
Crawford, Judge of the above entitled
court, made and entered on the 21st
day of March, 1908.
R. H. LLOYD,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
La Grande National Bank
Of La. Grande, Oregoi
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $160,000
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY
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Ptnningtca F, L. Meyers fc Geo. L Ctevar
W. L Brenholt Gsa Palmer
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You'll Pay With Pleasure
10 extend niectrlc Lino. i
G. F. Robertson, postmaster at Tur-I a.
ner, was In the city yesterday and ; i
states that everything Is moving along'
In fine shape In his locality, says the , X
Salem Statesman. He Btates that the X
Oregon Electric has Just finished Its, J
survey rrom Kalem to Turner and that
Turner ' people confidently expect an
,1ftt,ln nMr,ai1 In n .hn.l mA rTV. ;
Is an Impresalon In that locality, ac-j
Tiir sver" rr:s! mn hen, It
will be a cumbmtion of good
food, good coeliini and goal ser
vice. Our nesUurant is iatend
td for psDpIs who apfraaiata -good
eaticg, also for pecols who
like th geott things of afa at a
Rioderatcs. If you belong to,
that cUss, cms in anisae w.ia
wt can iik tot you.
t Model Mrnul
i. A. ARBUCKLE, Prep.'
Wtssll weekly maal
ding to Mr. Robertson, that the
road will continue on south to Albany J J
or thnt a branch line will be built east I a
into the Stayton neighborhood. -
M.W TAKE A WAV PASSES..
t.:'islnt C'oir.iui'rve romnlslon Now!
I'b sil-s cf K.iIIwk;! t '
WITH TVVEMTY YEARS EXPERIENCE
I should be capable of fitting your eyes correctly.
If the Glasses I furnish you do not give absolute satis
faction, I stand ready to refund your mcr.ey : :
I am here three hundred and sixty five days In the
year to make my assertions good
LEADING mtZR JLWILrR
the rallrond commission of Ota
n follows the Virilng of t:e lntt-rstlt
":noi-co coniiiil-sliin, mr.cy local a!
!"rnes for re.l'.rouJs lunccfotth mu
to l;,h.ut autinnt jiH.-.ei, says a Cit
I'.'.trh from WoB'.ilnr.l'iii. It haH bee:
'.e pMuli.e cf r-niiij to sc-Wit an vt
hiiU iuilur.iti.il f U.i.n y In eaci
'r.mry c'uriK l!-t.ir lt.ies '.:o could Jl1-v-li'.d
ufon to atto'.icV ; the cv,r.pany'!
1 .1 li i't k t h, and wlillc not placing the!"-1
ttoriH-i s on t-Hlnvy to give annunt ' 4
'r.ssea, a though they wcic cinpio; fl !
yy the ro.iJ.
tftcn unicws called on to serve In a
particular suit, no money has pis.-i J
from the company to the attorney, yet
they are carried on the free transpor
tation list of the road, and the annual
muss Is practically all the compensa-
i.m rcctived. It fcelng regarded as suf-;l.-lent.
The federal commission has
looked Into this situation with some
are and has ruled that local attor
neys of railroads cunnot, under, the
e:lstlng law, use pusses on Interstate
It also rules that all attorneys who
receive passes must be In the rmplcj
nf the company as their chief occupa
tion, not as a mere sUe l&uc In their
Uw practice. (
Tlie federal commission realizes
'.hot this ruling will cut oft many so
.ailed railroad attorneys who now
travel on f-ee tram-pcirtailon, some
belonging to the lofrlslature, Others
"'Ing to the state capitals to lobby,
and still others coming to Washington
for the same purpose, and as alleged
regular attorney of road having re
ceived transportation over connecting
lines of their companies.
If the Oregon commission, as In the
past, adopts the policy of following
when 'possible the federal commls-
! . .
This is tho open season for Ice Crer.rn and we are pre
pared to furnisi the trade with tha very best. Re
marnber refreshment paricrs are the finest in Eastern
Cregcn. A resort for Ladies and Ger.llcmcn
t E. D. SELDER,
tnc Candy Mi
slon's rulings, and applies It In this'
t.istaftre, many Oregon attorney will
r7k. 1 9rrV . .
COUGHS AN GOLDS
SAVED NCR SON'S LIFE U
MyaonRer was taken down a verA ,
doctored some months wi,,,W?A?!r "tt lung trouble,
?r. King'. Hew DiKovery7.nd Tn Zllk Jt" 1 u &Z
I kept thi. treatment up for fewTek,-' ChMee for bett
well and works every day. novr my Mn 'Perfectly
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