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' EVEXIXG OBSERVER, LA GRAXDE, OREGON. . SATURDAY, MAY 10, 10U8.
La Grande Professional
. . t -
O. 1 BldQERS. M. V.,
Physician and Burgeon. .
Office Ralston Building, orer J. If.
r Berry's Store.
Office 'Phone Black 1111.
Real dene 'Phone Red 1001.
J. H. HUBBARD, 11 D,
' Physician and Burgeon,
y wr Bunk RtHMIns. Room
. 10-11. 'Phones: Residence, Main '
II; Offlea, Main 71.
DR. A. L RICHARDSON.
Physician and Burgoo.
Ottlce over Hill's Drug Store.
Office 'Phone 116!. Residence Main II
M. MOUTOR. M. D.,
Physician and Burgeon.
Corner Adama Aye. and Depot St.
Office Main II -:- Reildence Main II
Physicians and Surgeon.
Offloe I t A Grande National Bank
Building. 'Phone Main It.
C T. Bacon. Residence, Main II. '
' M. K. Hall, Residence, Main II.
DR. IT. E. MOOKK
i DR. H. CP. MOOR!
, Osteopathic Physicians, V
KIrksvtlle Graduates Under Founder
Offloe Sommer Building.
Phonos: Office Main II; Res. Main 14
c. ii. crroN, pu. g., m. d.
' l'liyslrlun and Surgeon.
Special attention given to Eye, Ear,
Noho and Throat
Office In La O-atid National Utnk
i . ' Building.
'Phones Office, Main 2; Residence
DR. P. A. CHARLTON,
Offloe at Hill's Drug Store, La Grand
Residence 'Phone Red 701.
Office 'Phone Black llll.
Independent 'Phone II.
DR. W. H. RILEY.
Oradueto Ohio State University Vac
cination, Dontlitry and Surgery of aP
kinds. Country calls promptly an
awared. Office 1114 Adams Ave. 'Phones, Pa
clflc, Black 1101. Independent,
SIEGRIST & CO.;
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 AND OPTICIANS
Complete equipment for
rubber buggy tires.
LA GRANDE IRON WORKS
5 ' a FrrtQERAm Proprietor
, GrfBptetc Machine Shops ind Pbundry
C B. CACTEORN.
Office over Hill's Drug Store.
La Grande Oregon.
J. C. PRICE, D. M. D.
Room II. La Grande National Bank
Building. 'Phone Black lilt.
La Grand . . s. Oregoa
Dr. 8. 11. Easier Dr. J. K. Stevenson
Res. Red 191. j, Res. Black 111.
EA8LEY at STEVENSON.
. Dental Parlors and Laboratory.
Aluminum Plates, Crown and Bridge
work, a specialty. '
Office Opposite Foley Hotel.
Office 'Phone Black 111.
TEACHERS OF MUSIC.
PROF. E. PORTER DAY, Prtndl.
La Grande Bahool of Muilo
Mrs. Day assistant School oppo
lite Foley Hotel. Phone Red 471.
MISS STELLA D. OLIVER.
Teacher of Piano and Harmony,
Studio over J. M. Berry's Store. .
L. A. PICKLE R.
Civil, Mining, Irrigation Engtneerla
and Surveying. - ,
Estimates, plana and specifications
Office In Bohnenkamp Building.
La Grande ------ Orego1
C. R. TlklHNTOY.
Arcliliwi mid Engineer.
Surveying, Civil and Structural Engi
Twenty Years' Experience.
Abstracts of Title. lire Insurance.
Office next door to La Grande Nv
La Grande - . . . Oregor
Chaa. E. Cochran Geo. P. Cocitrsv
COCHRAN ft COCHRAN,
La Grande National Bank Building
La Grande ... . Oreao-
H. H. LLOYD.
Attorney at Law.
Practice In all tho court of the Stat
and United States.
EUln - - - - - . Oregon
resetting and repairing
CHERRY f AIR
OFFER. PRIZES FOR
BEST CHERRY EXHIBIT.
Buslnow Men of The Dalles Have In
stituted DeHlrable Midsummer Feat
ure in tlie Way of a Cherry Fair
Considerable Money Sent in Caps
and Cah Prizes Fair to Continue
for Three Days.
The Dalles, May II. (Special.)
The midsummer meeting of the State
Horticultural society and Cherry fair
will be held at The Dalles, Ore., on
Juno 30, July 1 and 2, 1108.
Following are the prizes offered by
The Dalles business men to exhibitors,
t?!S f!r"? " In eh Inatsnea betas
a cup, and the second and third prize?
One Box Exhibit
1st. 2nd. Srd.
10-pound box .
10-pound box .
10-pound box .
110.00 $3.00 12.00
10.00 1.00 2.0C
10.00 1.00 2.00
Black Republican .
10-pound box .... 10 00 3.00
Five Box Exhibits. .
, 1st. 2nd.
Five 10-lb boxes $15.00 $5.00 $3.00
Five 10-lb boxes 15.00 5.00 3.0G
Five 10-lb boxes 15.00 6.00. 2.00
Five 10-lb boxes 15.00 6.00 8.00
Fifteen or more 10-lb boxes of not
less than three varieties
Flint prize, cash $25.0f
Second prize, cash 15.0C
Third prize, cash . . i lO.Of
All fruit entered for premium muat
be grown by exhibitor.
An attractive program consisting b
speeches, muitlc, vocal and Instru
mental, Is being arranged and will be
published In a short time.
AT THE CHURCHES
Latter Da Saints.
Sunday school, lo a. m.; regumr
lervlce, 2 p. m.; mutual Improvement
association meets conjointly at 7:30
f lirWtinn Science Scrvlrcs. ,
Ruzzlnl building, opposite Hotel Fo
ley. Sunday, 11 a. m., subject, "Mor
tals and Immortals." Wednesday, 7:3)
P. m. Rending room Is open Tuesilav,
and Saturday, from 2 to 4 p. m.
St. IVters riiiiivh.
Fourth Sunday after Easter. Holy
communion. 8 a. m.; Sundny school.
10 a. m.; morning service, 11 a. m.;
evening service, 5 p. m. Rer Upton
H. Glbbs, rector.
Tho mlHsion opens tomorrow morn
ing at 10 o'clock with a sermon by
Father McDonald of Portland. ' The
same priest will say mass at 7 a. m.,
when the full program of the week's
services will be announced.
The mission to be hold at St. Man't
Catholic church will open next Sun-
lay, the 17th, and will close on Sun
lay, May 24th. The exercises will fct
held In tho morning, afternoon am'
evening of each day during the week
The full program will be announced
next Sunday at T a. m.
The different Sunday schools meet
their respective church homes at
45 a. m. At T p. m. union youn
people's meeting In the Baptist church
by Erasmus Owen. Services In the
Ink at 11 a. m., I and I p. m.. with
sermons as follow: 11 a. m.. "The
Heart'a Cry"; 3. service for men and
boys only; I, "The Lost Opportunity."
"ot!e to Water Ooiwurarcm.
ratrons not o
icters wishing t
ise city water f
'1 gating purpose
will please call
flee and make
the water sup'e
t will turn
Ike water on
from 1:30 to 7:19 p.
H. C. OILMAN.
lal tie rot
In the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon for Union County. "
The Oregon Railroad & Navigation
Company, plaintiff, vs. John Eastlsck
and Susan Eastlack, his wife, Alonzo
Crane and Ethel Crane, his' wife,' Al
fred W. Crane, a minor, and Christo
pher Crane, a minor, defendants. '
To the above-named defendants, John
Eastlack, Susan Eastlack, his wife,
',. Alonxo Crane and Ethel Crane, his
wife, Alfred W. Crane, a minor, and
Christopher Cranf, a mlnori
- In the name of the state of Oregon
you are hereby required to appear
and answer the compliant filed against
you In the above entitled court and
cause, on or before the 12 th day ol
June, 1108, that being six full week;
after the date of the first publica
tion of this summons, and If you far
to so appear and answer said com
plaint, the plaintiff herein will take
Judgment against you for the relle
demanded In Its complaint herein, to
wit: For Judgment of the above en
titled court In the above entitled
cause, appropriating to the plalntlfi
all of lots two (2), three (3), four (4)
and flee (6), of blocK twelve M, i
Riverside addition to the Town of Li
Grande, in Union county, Oregon, fo
the purpose of furnishing additions1
side tracks, switching facilities an'
repair shops within the town of L?
Grande, Oregon, to properly serve th.
public. In order that the public ani
different persons traveling or ship
ping freight over plaintiffs road ma
be accommodated; and public Inter
est requires the construction of sucl
aide tracks, additional switching fa
duties and repair shops and the pro?
ecutlon of said enterprise, and for a
assessment of all the damages tha
will result to ' the said defendant?
John Eastlack, Susan Eastlack, Alon
zo Crane, Ethel Crane, Alfred W
Crane and Christopher Crane, by ren
son of tho taking an aiDroDrlntlon n
said property by' the plaintiff, an'
upon the payment by the plaintiff c
the damages assessed and awarded oi
the trial of the.sald cause the plaintif
take a Judgment appropriation all c
suld property upon, which to construe!
build, equip, operate and malntal
additional side tracks, switching fad'.
Itles and repair shops within the towi
of La Grande.
This summons Is published for si.
consecutive weeks by the order of th
Hon. T. H. Crawford, Judge of th
above entitled court, made on th
24th day of April, 1908; tha date c
the first publication thereof being o
the 1st day of May, 1908, and the l!f
day of June, 1908, Is to be the date
of the last publication thereof.
W. W. COTTO.V,
W. A. P.OBBIXS, and
COCHRAX & COCHRAX,
Attorneys for Plaintiff
PETITION' FOR LIQUOR LICENSE
To the Hon. County Court of Union
We, the undersigned legal voter
and actual residents of the precinct o
Kameln,, Union county, Oregon, am
having actually resided In said pre
cinct at lcasrt thirty days immediate!:
preceding the date of signing and fll
Ing of this petition, hereby respect
fully petition your honorable court t
grant to Charles W. Estcs, a llcens'
to sell sptrltous, matt or vinous liauor
or fermented cider, commonly known
as hard cider, In less quantities thai
one gallon, In the town of Kamcla
Union county, Oregon, commencing oi
or about the Cth day of June, 190S.
Dated this firat day of May, 1908.
F. G. Eyre. F. L. Wright. J. P. Ad
ams, C. W. McFall, D. Charlton. A. C
Sherman. L. Graybeal, H. C. Hanson.
X. Page, G. W. Allen. M. T. Burnett.
L. E. Tipton. Q. KUng, Ed Morel!.
Wm. Dye, Wm. Horton, Jo Connor
John Somers, R. J. Smith. J. ft
Thompson, E. Rice. I. L. McFalls. John
Richards, June Sanford, W. D. Adams.
W. A. McFalls. August Mosher. H. K.
Notice Is hereby given that I will or.
the 3rd day of June, 1908. apply U
the county court of Union county, Ore
gon, at the court house In La Grand
Oregon, for a license to sell splrttous.
malt or vinous liquors, or fermented
cider, commonly known as hard cider
In quantities less than one gallon, in
the town of Kamela, Union county
Oregon, commencing on or about the
Ith day of June, 1908.
CHARLES W. ESTES.
U a fend issue. So says Dr. H, a Par
ker of the Indiana School of Vedl
?1ne. In Collier's Weokly. We concur
with bint. Blue Mountain Oough Syr
up will cure your cough, not as pleasv
ant to take as some others, but it con.
tains tha Ingredients that will poet
ttrely and absolutely cure that cough.
RED CROSS DRUG STORE.
Keep the money at home
LA GRANDE SUGAR
Costs no .ncre crd jtst S
sweet. All dealers.
j WITH TWENTY YEARS EXPERIENCE
I should be capable of
If the Glasses I furnish you
faction, I stand ready to refund your money : : : :
I am here three hundred and sixty five days in the
year to make my assertions good :::::::
J- H. PEARE
LEADING PI0IVEER JEWELER
SatleS rat,0r nH",,Cr-
Satisfaction guaranteed; estimates
furnished on any kind of musonrv
work on short notice,
fireplaces a specialty.
Room Xo. 1,
, 1a Grande,
Smith Rooming hous
Ore. 'Phone P-sd 141.
Two extra fine fresh milk cows,
will be sold cheap if taken at once
Apply to Robert Jllller. P, avenue
All kinds cf Cement and
CEMETERY WORK ,
No contract too large or
PHONE BLACK 682
.mS4m 1 m4
: Pastime Theater
000 fwt of moving pV-turra. 4
Two illustrated songs. 4
This bill opens Tuewt. ..
CompleU chaam nt ' -
Tneeday. Thureday and Satur-
Vnr ftvurtf mAa.1 vou eat here.
will Ka a mmhinatinn of onod
food, good cooking and good ser
vice. Our restaurant is intend
ed for people who appreciate
good eating, also for people who
like the good things of life at a
moderate cost. If you belong to
that class, come in and see wha
we can do foi you.
Ik Model Restaurant
J. A. ARBUCKLE, Prop.
We ssll weekly meal tf h C(
tickets for - iJT. Jl
fitting your eyes correctly.
do not give absolute satis
SeC,,n f PaS,Ure
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ter ,i .!,, t,., . . jL, i
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Iand for Rent.
Wo have 320 acres of excellent land
for rent. Cull at once.
F. S. RRAMWELL,
C. J. BLACK.
The best thing you csn An ,i.w .'
you ma ' " Wha,ewr
!whri V8,Ur9t0 BrW "e .af.
I "- The bank is ,h.
F " your avlngs, both
1' 8eCUrlty and ooi Interest Every
a . ". oogni to have an In
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The Eastern Oregon
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