La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959, June 06, 1908, Page PAGE THREE, Image 3

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I.TEMMG ORTtVXR, L. CRAXDE, OTXaOJT, SATCRHAT, JCJCE , 1303.
TsUNGS ARTIFICIAL ARB AT BEST BUT A DECEPTIVE IMITATION
i OF THINGS NATL'IIAL. "
: Can on bupuro fountala send furth par water? '
Our lea is not dependent upon a brewery or saloon or Its supply.
It Is furnished by the God of Nature, Who sends forth the sparkling streams
ffVthe mountain side. It Is taken from the river above the duck ponds
a.nkfea.wmllls, and is the PUREST ICE on THIS MARKET. "
Cheap
est Fuel
Our CHAIN WOOD speaks for Itself. The biggest loads and beat
wood, mostly dry, and put Into your wood sheds,
t CARLOAD LOTS AT 3.25 PER CORD MEASURED IS THE CAR.
1 '. 'PHONE RED 1741.' - .
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I GEORGE PALMER, President W. H. BRENHOLTS Ass't Cashier
J. M. BERRY, Vice President 1 ,C S. WILLIAMS, 2d A it't Cashier
-.';' ' : F. L. MEYERS, Cashier : v'.VV "";" ;:"',
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La Grande National Bank
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $160,000
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY
DIRECTORS
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J. M. Berry A. B. Contey F. J. Holmes F. M. Brykit
C. C Pennington F, L. Meysri Geo.'L. Cleaver
W. L. Brcnholts George Palmer '
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Keep the money at home
by usln
LA GRANDE SUGAR
Costs no iTcrecr.d Just as
sweet. All dealers.
1 $44-tM4rt4t4 i
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tort fs
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For every meal vou eat here.
will ba a combination of rnvvt
food, pood cooking and good ser
vice. Our r&staurant is Inter.d
td for people who appreciate
gxd eating, also for people who
like the good things of life at a
moderate cost. If you belong to
that cIass. erma in anrf arhn
I we can do foi you.
The Mode! Restaurant
J. A. ARBUCKLE, Prop.
Wttsll weekly meal tfA Cf)
tickeu for - iJT. Jl
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: WITH TWENTY YEARS EXPERIENCE
i should be capable of fitting your eyes correctly.
1 If the Glasses I furnish you do not give absolute satis-
2 faction, stand ready to refund your money : : : :
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S I am here three hundred and sixty-five days In the
year to make my assertions ood : : : : : : :
! J. H- PEARE
UXmO PIONEER JEWELER
AaiiataiiiiiiiaitifAAlii
MODOC fflSS
TO EE F.ETU:: ED
OP THE ORIGINAL W ARRIORS,
ONLY A VrXi REM.H.V,
.VfUr Thirty Years of Homesiokncwa,
IT of the Warriors of tlie Modoc
Tribe Will Bo Returned to South
em Orvgon -Were Sont to Indian
Territory In' 1871 Were 217 of
Them Then Descendants and All
N'umber Cut 49, "
The Medford Tribune says: . ;..
After 30 years' 'absence,'' the small
remnant of Captain Jack's bnnd of
Modoc Indians at the Quapaw agency
In Oklahoma, are to bo removed to the
Klamath reservation in Oregon, where
their friends and relatives live at the
present time.-' '' :.;' "'' ' .
This is the unanimous recommenda
tion of the senate committee on In
dian affairs In connection with the re
moval of restrictions on the land of
all Indians at the Quapaw agency. .
The Modocs remaining In Oklahoma
are but a mere handful of the !17
lusty braves who were takon from the
Klamath reservation to the Indian
territory In 1874 right after the Mo-
(loo war. - .vr mu w. ., "irT"."""."
these Indians In the southwest they
have been longing for their Oregon
home.
Of the 217 'only 49 remain and 10
of these have found thely way back
to Oregon, leaving 3D.. Aa a matter
of fact only 17 of the Indians origin
ally, moved are living. There Is a pa
thetic story of genuine homesickness
which has resulted In the depletion of
the band. .
The Modocs are thrifty and have
not' spent their time In Idleness; they
are extraordinary good workers and
for many years have maintained them
selves wltn their own' Industry.
It Is thought by the- more pro
gressive mixed bloods at the reserva
tion In Oregon that the coming ot the
remnant of Captain Jack's once war
like band will have a splendid effect
on the entire tribe of the North Pa
cific Coast
Entertains Teachers.
O. C. Fleshman, superintendent of
Central Bible school, assisted by his
good wife, ' entertained 11 of the
teachers last evening. . Matters of In
terest to the school were discussed
each teacher participating. After an
hour or more spent In this way, Mr.
and Mrs. Fleshman Invited their guests
to the dining room, where refresh
ments were served.
The meeting was a success and the
school will no doubt receive benefit
from It.
KKfinl Prize.
The Slnper Sewing Machlno com
pnny offers a prize of 12.60 payable
to the lady holding -finger sewing ma
chines numbers 74ft,r) and K7S9J9S
If you hold one of these lucky num
bers call on or address' A. N. Stone,
agent. La Grande, Ore. 6-4-7-2(1
EIkIii Will Celebrate.
Elgin Is going to celebrate the
Fourth In a glorious manner, and It Is
up to the people of the city to Join In
making the success which Is expect
ed. Do your pnrt In making It the
bet ever. Recorder.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior,
U. 8. Land Office at La Orande, Or.,
June 3, ltOS. '
Notice Is hereby given that . '
JANIE II. YENTZER,
of Elgin, Oregon, who, on March Sth.
1908, made timber and stone sworn
statement, No. 69KI, for 8W FE.
Sec 4, Wtt NE14 and NW BE,
Section 9, Township 1 South, Range
86 East, Willamette Meridian, has
filed notice of Intention to mske final
proof, to establish claim to the
land above described, before the reg
ister and receiver at La Orande, Ore
gon ,on the 10th day of August, 1908.
Claimant names as witnesses: Josh'
ua C, Smith, of I Grande, Ore.; Sam
uel Parker, of Elgin, 'Ore.; Carrol L.
TenUer, of Elgin, Ore.; Albert Tau-
scher, of Elgin, Ore.
F. C. BRAMWELL, Register.
Notbf.
The Members of the O. A. II. and
W. R. C. will meet at the I. O. O. F.
hall tomorrow morning at 9:10 to at
tend. In a body, the funeral of the
late W. H. H. Miller.
To Pouud a Godless Chun-It.
Great Bend, Kan.. June d..To spread
the "glad" tiding of atlu.'lsm through
out the clvlixed w orld Is the' object of
the founders of the Church of Human
ity, who will begin their first general
assembly here tomorow. Delegates
from various parts of the country ar
rived loduy, and while the convention
will bo small In number, every part
of the United States, from New York
to California, will have representation.
A permanent organization will be ef
fected, and plans made for propagan
da which Is expected eventually to ex
tend throughout the world.
The Best Fiiu Ever Sold,
,' "After doctoring IS years for chron
ic Indigestion, and spending over 1200,
nothing has done mo as much good as
Dr. King's Now Life Pills, I consider
them tho best pills ever sold," writes
B. F. Ayscue, of Ingleslde, N. C. Sold
under guarantee at Newlln'a drug
store, 25c. ... .
Only the most delicious chocolate Is
served at Silverthorn A Mack's sjodk
fouatala. D1-X7-417
St. Peter's Church. -WhitBunday.
Sunday school, 10 a.
m.; morning service, II a. m.; eve
ning service, 6 p. m. The new pews
are in place. Those wishing to con
tribute to the expense can place their
donation on the offertory plate, but
see that It Is designated "for pews."
n.vliinton H. Olbbs, rector. ,; ,; w..;
' Just try those elegant chocolate so
das at SUverthorn A Mack's. ..
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Grafting "
U a dead Issue. So says Dr. H. C. Par
ker of the Indiana 8chooI ot Modi-
cine, la Collier's Weekly. We concur
I Pastime Theater
3000 feet of moving; pictures.
Two Illustrated songs.
, Bongs by v
BHERWOOD WILLIAMS.
Complete change of program
on Monday and Thursday. ;
Matinee on Wednesday and 4
Saturday afternoons.
with him. Blue Mountain Cough Syr
jp will cure your couh, not as plea
ant to take as some others, but it con
tains the Ingredients that -. . i j
tively and absolutely cur that e-.'
RED CP-OSd DRUG STO'i;
G. W. PRESTO I T
Those are J. E. Tilt 3 U
Shoes for all Occssv Wi r:f
t ions. '
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PHONE IS YOUR CRDtRS
:TW0 PHONES:
City Meat Market Main 50
Fir Street Market Main 43
' Our large trade permits us to handle only the best of
everything to bo found In a first class market.
Try our home made Bacon, Hams and Lard.
"Ilia Meet ComforUble Place
in the Houk."
tsiot Vudor
PORCH SHADES
MAKE
YOUR
HOT
PORCH
COOL
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".:a rait ce Kim, but he can't see ber"
PORCH SHADES
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Ask for
Vudor Porch Shades,
We Have Them In Tour Sizes
4 ft., 6 ft, 8ft, and 10 ft, 7 ft 8 Incheg high
Refrigerators
Wisconsin Peerless White Enameled, as Good as
The Best
Fine New Carpets Arriving Daily
A Pull Line of Carpets, Mattings, Rugs, Art Squares
, and Linoleums j
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