La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959, June 09, 1908, Page PAGE EIGHT, Image 8

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; EVENING OBSERVER. LA GRANDE, OREGON, TUESDAY, JUNE B.190S.
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LA GRANDE CHURCH
SME IS OVER
GRANDE'S TREMENDOt'S EVKXTlTIi CHURCH SALE IS
CLOSED, THE SALE BEING LARGELY PATRONIZED. ALL THE C1T7
CHURCHES KIIOULD RECEIVE A SUBSTANTHL UENEOTT, FOR
WHICH THE MANAGEMENT IS GRATEFUL. M (
THEY WISH ALSO TO THAXK THE GOOD PEOPLE OF THE CITY
AND COUNTY FO RTHEIR GENEROUS PATRONAGE AND DESIRE TO
STATE THAT THEY WELCME YOU ONE AND ALL AT ANY AND ALL
TIMES, TO THE TEMPLE OF ECONUMY-
-LA GIUNDE'S LEADING
YOU WILL HE ABLE TO FIND AT OUR ESTABLISHMENT THE
V ERY liATEST CREATIONS, PATTEltNS AND DESIGN'S, AT THE MOST
MODERATE PRICES.
OUIl AIM AND BEST ADVERTISEMENT IS A
TOMER. ARE YOU A MEMBER OF THIS CLASS?
SATISFIED CT8-
" THIS SALE HAS NECESSARILY LEFT A GREAT MANY ODDS AND
ENDS AND REMNANTS WHICH WE OFFER NOW AT THE FORMER
SALE PRICE. COME TO US FOR YOUR EVERY WANT IN DRY GOODS
AND CIjOTHING. t
THE PEOPLE'S STORE
Administrator's Notice.
Notice la hereby given that I have
been appointed by the county court of
the state of Oregon for Union coun
ty, administrator of the estate of Wil
liam Albert Adams, deceased, and all
persons having claims against said cs
tal are required to present them to
me at my resldcnco In Cove, Oregon,
within six month! from the 5th day of
Juno, 1908.
WILLIAM REYNOLDS.
Administrators of the jtate of Wil
liam Albert Adams, Deceased. 1
w-5-7-10.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior,
U. S. Land Office at La Grande, Or..
J.une 8,-1908, . .
Notice Is hereby given that
JAN'lE H. YENTZER.
of Elgin, Oregon, who, on March 6th,
1908, made Umber and atone sworn
statement. No. 6956, for Stt'y, SE'4,
Sec. .4, Wft NE4 and SV!4 SE,
Section 9, Township Z South, Range
85 East, Willamette Merldlun, has
filed notice of Intention to make final
nrnnf. in enlAhllqh clnfm ti thn I
land above described, before the reg- j
inter and receiver at La Grande, Ore
gon .on the 10th day of August, 1908.
Claimant names as witnesses: Josh
ua C. Smith, of La Grande, Ore.; Sam
uel Parker, of Eigln,- Ore.; Carrol L.
Yentrer, of Elgin, Ore.; Albert Tau
scher, of Elgin. Ore,
I F. C. BRAMWELL, Register.
Trip Abroad.
" The date for the Trip Abroad has
been definitely fixed .' for June 19.
Those holding tickets dater June 12,
please iiuie this change. Everything
Is being done to make a success of
this undertaking and a good time is
promised all who attend. No tickets
will be sold later than 'Wednesday,
June IT, no all those expecting to pur
chase would fJo welt to secure theirs
at once, as there will be only a limited
number sold and they are going rap
idly. ' A carryall will be provided for
those who care to ride, and the Usual
5-cent fare will be charged between
stations, making 25c extra for' -those
who ride the entire route. The wel
come back to America will be given
at the I. O. O. F. hall', downtown, and
many national characters will be
there as hosts. The price of the en
tire entertainment Is 75 cents, , and
everyone Is Invited to come.. Assembly
will take place at the . Prebyterlan
church between the hours of 8:80 and
7:30 Friday evening, June 19th. Do
not forget .. that parties . . leave the
church, every 20 minutes between the
hours stated.
Plillllos-SnffcTcd.
D. A. Phillips and Minnie E. Saf
fered were married last evening at th
home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray O. Carpen
ter, Justice of the Peace J. E. Hough
officiating. The ceremony was a very
quiet affair, only Immediate relatives
attending.
Annual Picnic.
The annual Methodist Sunday school
picnic took place this afternoon
when the teachers took their pupllf
to the grove south of La Grande.
Games were played and a lunch was
enjoyed and the children returned
home delighted with their day's out
Ing.' ' , ' ,
St. Peter's Guild Give Social.
Tomorrow afternoon at the rectory,
the ladles of St. Peter's guild will give
l social. From 8 o'clock to 8 they
will serve waffles, fritters and gen
uine maple syrup with coffee, for 25
cents, i
Rnillli-Hcniilng.
The mnrrlnge of Joseph Smith and
Miss Tlllle Hennlng took piace last
nlsht at the. home of Mrs. Emcrlck.
on O street, Rev. S. W. Seemann of
ficiating. Only a few Intimate friends of the
contracting parties were present.
DENTIST.
Dr. W. D. McMillan. Red 851.
Painless t xtraction.
Expert golO work. Special attention
to children's teeth.
La Grande National Bank Building
A tag from a 10-cent piece will count FULL valua
'A tag from a 5-cent piece will count HALF value
. ' T!3MO(0
with valuable tags
v
Save your tags from
HORSE SHOE GRANGER TWIST
MASTER WORKMAN
STANDARD NAVY J.T.
Old Statesman
Old Ptach
Tins lay '
Spoar Head
Sailor's Prlda
Eglantina
Jolty Tar -Brldla
Bit
Old Honesty
CUck Bear
W. N. Tlnsloy
lUtsral LmI
Big Four
Tanpenny
pick
hy
Tags from the above brands are good for the following and ircry othor
useful presents as shown by catalog :
Oald Cuff Button M Tag
Fountain Pen 100 Tags.
English Btecl Raior 50 Tag
Gentleman's Watch 200 Tag
French Briar Pipe 50 Tafrs
Leather Pocketbook 80 Tags
Steel Carving Set 300 Tag
Beat Steel Shear 75 Tag
Lady's Pocketbook -50 Tagf
Pocket Knife 40 Tag
Playing Card 30 Tag
60-yd. FUhlnj Reel CO Tag
Many merchants have supplied themselves with presents with which
to redeem tags. If you cannot have your tags redeemed at home, write
us for catalog.
PREMIUM DEPARTMENT,
THE AMERICAN TOBACCO CO., St Louis, Mo.
. v
SIMMONS.
In the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon for Union County.
James Dick, plnlntlff, v. Ella Dick,
defendant. '
To Ella Dick, the above named dc-i
fondant:
In the name of the state of Ore
gon you are hereby required to appear
and answer the plaintiff complaint
filed In the above entitled court am
suit, on or before the 18th day of July.
1S0S, and in case you shall fall tr
ammer said complaint by the 18th day
of July, 1908, the plaintiff will tak
ludgment agalnt you for the dlsniti.
rlon of the bonds of matrimony exist
ing between the plaintiff and the de
fendant. and for costs and disburse
ments. This summons Is published In thr
tji Grande Weekly Observer by an or
der of the Hon. T. H. Crawford. Judg?
if the circuit, court of the state of
Oregon for I'nlnn county, which order
requires the publication thereof once
a week fur six consecutive weeks, th
flrst publication thereof being the 4lh
ilny of June, 1908. .
EUGENE A8HWILT,
Attorney for rialntlff.
C-5-7-10
Waffle und M nilc Sruii.
The ladle of ft. IVtrr's gitlld will
rive a snd.il mid Imlcl a Kile at tl-
'.i tnry Ve:u-(l.iy, June 10. Ail Siirtf
f .fill and fnn' nrilc't-s will N-
in Rile. Wnffhs, fvl'.l.-r ;ind F.-n"-
in,. rn.ir!" ft'ip I'lrecl fr'Uti N(-n
Vi-rlt ft.He with inffee, will 1t s-nti.
0-r "5 cents fioin J o'clock to 8.
I'r oili are to be tied fur the pny.
pient of the hew pens rrc. ntly infill
ed In the' chfi eh. I'leasc note tlnn
nnd place. -8-
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when eating, that your ; food ( isof
' highest wholesomeness that it has
nothing in it that can injure or
distress you makes the repast
doubly comfortable and satisfactory.
This supreme confidence you
have when the food is raised with
: : jESssofiatfitepf IPcaio . ...
The only baking powder made
with Royal Grape Cream of Tartar
There can be no comforting confi
dence when eating alum baking pow
der food. Chemists say that more' or
less of the alum powder in unchanged
alum or alum salts remains in the food.
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Aged Man Arrested. 1
Late this afternoon a complaint
was sworn .to in the city
court, charging F. M. Bartmess, who
maintains a real estate office on Elm
street, with soliciting for a bawdy
house. He was arrested and will be
tried tomorrow.
Later Bartmess changed his plea
to guilty and was fined f j. ,
They Stand Alone.
Finiiding o:it. In bold rMlcf, !! ohm
mil aj a iiwti'ouomi example of open
'rank and lu.uot i c-alhiR with the fries,
md arniitcd, urn Dr. l ieroe's Kuvnnti
l're.'rtiUin for weal;, overwwkoil. '(
"Jilitati d. ni-rvutu. " rnii-ilnwii, ;rai
racked wci.-jumi, mid Pr. I'ieree's GuIuhii
M (iical lieuvni'jr, tlio (iininii-i renmly
'i.r we-jk stumiii'li, i;iJiii stion. or dvn
(icpla. toipi'l lixer, or l.lliinihi.is, nlj
"btarihal HlTtvtiotis whether of tluq
-loiiiui'h. Ivcvcls, kidney. Mudder, na'.;tl
tisssiii.'1's. tlimnt. bnin-liln.,or oilier nm
urn pasai(i, nli us an elteetlvc renmly
for all ille.ie!t arisiim from thin, watery
r Impure blood, as acrululuus and tklu
ifTvtniis
K:u h Iwttle of the l-.nve medlclni?!
benrn upon Its wrnpi r a badsre of hen-
siy in tne run list oi liiKruliinirt roiu
posing It printed In plnlu i'.nylMi.
This frnnk and ojh-d pulillelty plneet
these medicines in a cUik nil by Hum
ntlce, and is the bet Binirnnty of their
oierits. They eiimiot be cluiwcd as patent
oor secret Medicines for tliey are nelliier
lirlim of .in, n il i li.;iiill.
Dr. I'iercn feels that lie enn afTord to
tako tlie s'lllrti-d Into lis full finlkionre
snd lav all the liiiTi-d.ents of lii ninil
;lues freely hefure thi'm Um-siiv tliese
liiKiodieuu are such as are emli.iscd nuu
oni-t sti-.ii;.;iy j i fcy scurt of the
most eminent medical writer as cre
for the ilKca-3 lor wliicii tlio.e moill
ciues are recomrr.endc ). Therefore, the
alil!c!cl do nut have itt rely a!mi um
l.r. l'ier(e'. ri cr:iur:i mliitlipti n u the
curtie valim ot ineduiiio fur cer
Uiu en-,i!y reinunlzid llr-;'..-.-t.
A cluiicrt nt the printed fimtita en
each Imttln w !,., Hint no nl.i.hul s;id
no linrruf nl or li ! t -f , .rin i; ilnu'n-nter
Into lr. l'ieie s iniHlii-inri.. tii,.y l.nt
wholly ci.iiiH.iini!,il (,f glyi-Tlr evtr.ict
of llio ro.t i,f native. Auierican Inrest
plants. Tliee are hen nnd ufet fni
the. cure of ni-wt lincering. chruiilc itl
e.ises. Dr. K. V. l'leue run be iinii'ec
riiKK. by iid-lri'.olim lilm st ;m,,i
N. Y., an-J uli i'innn'Miir;tl inn.t ute tr
nli d t Mi-ivjly idnliili iiiiiil.
It I iiu easy to le well n ill -rim
much mure mmforttib'a. ( iiii-tl:utn,ii i
Jhe raM of i:,r (, h i,f 1.
rierce' 1'lv.iK.uit I'.-lleU eun- e w.r.:. i
lion They i.re tlnv. suvar-coati-d yi.u.
Hies One lli:le 'I'-ll.-f i reiitle l.ua
I ve. twi, a mi.il ratliaitic. Alliicilufm
.-Jitiuu still U-J.
6th, 1908, made Timber and 8tone
sworn statement No. 6022, for BEM
recorder's! K an on peciion , .
Township 4 S.. Range 37 E. W. M.,
has I Hurt notice or intention to maKe
final proof, to establlfh claim to. tn
land above described, before register
and receiver at La Grande, Oregon, on
the, 3d day of August, 1908. -Clnlmnnt
names as ,witnespes: Ray
Hanson, Mary E. Wilson, Mike Le
Page, Jnmes J'clntvrc, all of La
Grande. Ore. '" '
F. C. BRAMWELL. Register.
TIMrt'f T..Vr ,.r-T Ji-vf j is
yoTii-i-: FKit I'fiir.trvTt'r.v
t. . Land i.irilee. l.n OinniV, d-,
Ani-'l '.'7th. Inoii.
Nut'r e l hen bv deen t tin e In ...
nil. in
Clttls
Ml
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CU10ES
Coughs and Goldo
PREVEWTS a.
Pneumonia and
Consumption
Foloy'i Honey and Tar not only
tops the coughbut hcali and strength.
ens thm lltn,M n. ,
.--5 picvcuis aeriooa rv
ult from a cold.
There Is no danger of. Pneumonia,
Consumption or other lorioui lung
trouble if Foloy't llonoy and TT
U UVen, it win CUre u,, most kfubT7
bora coughs-tho daugorou kind that
tettlcs on the luncjj t;,a may develop
tnto pnoumnnia over night.
If you have a couch or rd! 1.. .
risk Pueumonia when Foloy't Honoy
and Tar will euro yoa quickly and
trengthen your lungs.
Remember tlio name - Fotoy'a
Kanoy and Tap-and rcfuso any
ubstituto WTered. Do m.t take chance
""'ao unknown ptcpuratloa that
.ii..nce .in, the iM-nvt-i..,.- ..f ,Ur. cosu you th. same when youcanirdik"
An nc; f.,r f,. s.ne f Hmi'i.T , , 'y "oncy end Tar, that cost
? ' ':ifrni-i. .,.;.,'. yOU no Rtoroandtoaafa and certain
en
t.rrl-y;
c !:-. d
In Police Court.
I.i.it nlrlit Ihi- nffleeis nrri-sled Lnu
Nevi for being drunk nnd disorderly,
llu hh-pI the night In the city Jail and
wns this morning fined fit by He
rordrr Cox and told to sin no more.
Stella t.M.itt. a denli.-n nf the red
llgbt district, tn.t similar treatment.-
HUhop (I'ltrllly frrknlr III.
It Is with unfeigned sorrow that w
record the Illness of Itlshop f'.'j.
fl'ltellly. who Is In a Catholic hospl
tsl at Oakland. Cat. Ilia lllnrse Is of
I mini aiarming cnaracier. inner
City Democrat
N"",:tili nnd W:iyt-.n
cm. lu'. d t-i nil t'le ,
liv !' o i.tiriul 4 t
fU:il;iitA-A n. frtAT.WF.r
ef Perry, virpry :t fiil..,.
T.R..U. hi., t., ,1 ,e ,.,., (n
inr wn-n l-ni-vit N
'r the j"rrl-ie ,f 'lf, f!..
--c V... :T. ir, T. so. 1. t
i.. K. . M.. m d
-hew ('
n-ie.e ,,,r lit ,ll,,..r , ,,. lt, ,n (
re:-t!irnl r"rt"i" nnd to r-.1,'m
Mi rlnlm to nld land b fnre the r'.
IkI- r nn.l r elver nt I.n Crnnde fi,!..
lfl',n Tu,'"1y' lhe 14lh ,,;'y of July
' .f.
!0u0
sr:'. et
III of ;r n- ,.
it the nnd h.iiikM l n,,,-,, V1,
' 'onhvell.
Coalwell.
Tll-rv
all nf
nm" nt l!ns,e- it, -t,
"alw-eU. harl-s
Terry. Ore.
Aiiv and all per.rns rlnlmlnir ad.
verily ,1,. .boy, de.erlheil U,in J
re,e.trd to file their claims In tl,u
T. C. im AM WELT, negl.tsr.
NOTICE FOR PURLICATION
Pepartment of the Interior
t-v?.o,:rn:,Lor.or,
Notice Is hrebv glvn that
h LAW HE lilt-in
u resmts. tontaiuj no opiatct.
PtFMa -4 A fa at. .
j ;or- t-nyticlant Cs!d K
Had Consumption.
E. H. Jones. 1WM. E. Church.
Grove, Md writes; "AW. Mvea of
iRht yearj aca 1 ha j a very sovero cold
which phyjidans a;, Id was very near
pneumonia, aad which lUy aftcrwardi
pronounced Consumption. Through A
tnend 1 was indeed to try a Mmpla Jh
Foley'. Honey and Tar, which Bava
o much relief that I botrfht om. ot
tharejuUr, Two or tha bottlw
cured me of what the physician called
con,umplio0( anjJ havenovor had any
Thi1?'"f-2Sc' 03.
ot.hii .i 01 ' 'on'ain two and
much, bouto tia
KEWLUf DRCQ CO.
of La Oraade, Oregon, who! on May
tit
K.i.