Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (June 11, 1908)
EVEVHQ OBSERVER, LA GRAXDE, OKEROX. TIirnfDW, J I'VE II, 1908.
WtuUral Ice is
THINGS ARTIFICIAL ARE AT BEST BUT A DECEPTIVE IMITATION
1 ,:, OP THINGS NATURAL. ' V ' y 5 f
Can an impure fountain send forth pure water? "j v -1
Out? ice is not dependent upon a brewery or saloon for its supply.
It is furnished by the God of Nature; Who sends forth the sparkling streams
from the mountain side. It is taken from the river above the duck ponds
and sawmills, and is the PUREST ICE on THIS MARKET. .
Our CHAIN WOOD speaks for Itself. The biggest loads and best
wood, mostly dry, and put into your wood sheds. ; ,
IN CARLOAD l,OTS AT $2.25 PER CORD -MEASURED IN THE CAR.
, ' V 'PHONE RED 1741. :V-'. V, ,. -
GE0RQE PALMER, President W.
J. M. BERRY, Vice President, C.
' ' F. L. MEYERS,
La Grande National Bank
Of La Grande, Oregon
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $160,000
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY
J. M. Berry A. B. Conley F.J.Holmes F. M.
C. C. Pennington F. L. Meyers Oeo.'L. Cleaver
W. L Brenholts George Palmer
- . i
Keep the money at home
LA GRANDE SUGAR
Costsno ncreer.d just as
sweet. All dealers.
You' Pay With Pleasure
WW WVWV WW WWWWWWWWW WW WWW 1
:WITH TWENTY YEARS EXPERIENCE
J I should be capable of fitting your eyes correctly.
If the Glasses I furnish you do not give absolute satis
faction, I stand leady to refund your money : : : :
2 I am here three hundred and
r year to make my assertions
J. H- PEARE
LEADIAG PICMER JEWELER
H. BRENHOLTS Ass't Cashier
S. WILLIAMS, 2d Ass't Cashier
Cashier'; "'r.i ' '. :'
For every meal you eat here. It
will be a combination of good
food, good cooking and good ser
vice. Our restaurant is intend
ed for people who appreciate
gxd eating, aiso for people who
like the good things of life at a
mcderate cost, if you belong to
that class, ccme in and see wna
we can do fot you.
The Model Restaurant
J. A. ARBUCKLE, Prop.
We ssll weekly meal Cfi Cfi
tickets for - iJTl
sixty-five days In
food : : : : :
Ed Kiddle of laland City, has been
extended high honors in the Masonic
circles of the state. The much-sought
for position Is a high one, and the
Island City capitalist has reason to
feel elated over his popularity Ma
sonic circles. The Oregonlan of yes
terday morning, in speaking of the
election and grand lodge, says:
Edward Kiddle, of Island City, Ore.,
a prominent ilueon of this state, who
was chosen deputy grand high priest
of the Grand Chapter, Royal Arch
Masons, at the election of officers on
Monday, will be elected worshipful
grand master of the grand lodge of
Oregon, A. T. & A. M., today. The
grand lodge will open its annual com
munication at the Masonla Temple this
-.i-l-".' 'k- W4H 'St..........'-.,'
for three days. At the same time and
place, Orand Chapter, Order of the
Eastern Star, will hold its annual ses
sion., J . .
The semi-annual reunion of the
Scottish Rite Masons continued In pro
gress yesterday and will end tonight
with the conferring of the S2d degree,
Philip S. Malcolm will preside. De
grees from the 18th to the (1st were
conferred yesterday, the latter degree
being conferred last night. There will
bo no sessions of the Scottish Rite re
union during this morning or after
noon. Between 400 and 500 Scottish
Rite Masons will attend the reception
tonight to the new class, after the 32d
degrees has been conferred. Visiting
32d degree Mason from other states
will also attend, as well as members
of the consistory in Oregon, in large
Notice to Contractors.
Notice Is hereby given that sealed
bids wilt be received up till 4 o'clock
m. of June It. 1908, by the district
school board of school district No. 1
La Grande, Union county, Oregon, for
completing the Fourth ward . school
building according to plans and spec
Iflcations on file with the school clerk.
Certified check for five per cent of
bid must accompany each bid. The
board reserves the right to reject any
or all bids. Bids to be left with Ar
thur C. Williams, school clerk.
By order of district school board.
ARTHUR C. WILLIAMS,
J8 1. School Clerk.
Stockton, Cal., June 11. Engineers
from all over the state are In attend
ance today at the convention of the
California Association of Stationary
Engineers. The session will continue
Lund for Rent.
We have 820 acres of excellent land
for rent Call at once.
F. S. BRAMWELL,
C. J. BLACK.
Latter Day Salnta,
Sunday school, 10 a. m.: regular
ervlce, I p. m.: mutual Improvement
association meets conjointly at 7:80
FOUND In Golden Rule store,
purse containing small sum
money. Owner can have asme
paying for this ad and Identifying
property at the store.
Is erecting a plant at
for the manufacture ol their
(or water, oil, gas, etc, etc.
A moderate mmoant ot
money will ttart you in
a profitable bnlnea.
have been proved by
Comrtitt''e Te to be
Ihe B-t In The World.
Fot full particulars regard
ing well drilling matbuwa,
tools, supplies, etc., write to
THE STAR CRILLIX9 UACH1KEC0.
' , SUMMONS.
In the Circuit Court of the State
Oregon for Union County. ,
The Oregon Railroad Se Navigation
Company, plaintiff, vsl John Eastlack
and Susan Eastlack, his wife, Aionzo
Crane and Ethel Crano, 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,
Alonso Crane and Ethel Crane, his
wife, Alfred W. Crane, a minor, and
Christopher Crane, a minor:
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 12th day of
June, 1808, that being six full, weeks
after the date of the first publica
tion of this summons, and if you fatl
to so appear and answer said com
plaint, the plaintiff herein will take
Judgment against you for the relief
demanded In its complaint herein, to
wn : For Judgment of the above en
titled pourt In the above entitled
cause, appropriating to the plaintiff
all' of lots two (2), three (8), four (4)
and flee (8), of block twelve (12), In
m m i a v
Grande, In Union county, Oregon, for
the purpose of furnishing additional
side tracks, switching facilities and
repair shops within the town of La
Grande, Oregon, to properly serve the
public, in order that the public and
different persons traveling or ship
ping freight over plaintiffs road mayl
be accommodated; and public Inter
est requires the construction of such
side tracks, additional switching fa
cilities and repair shops and the pros
ecution of said enterprise, and for an
assessment of all the damages that
will result to the said defendants,
John Eastlack, Susan Eastlack, Alon
so Crane, Ethel Crane, Alfred WJ
Crane and Christopher Crane, by rea
son of the taking an appropriation of
said property by the plaintiff. ' and
upon the payment by the plaintiff of
the damages assessed and awarded on
the trial of the said cause the plaintiff
tak a Judgment appropriation all of
said property upon which to construct.
build, equip, operate and maintain
additional side tracks, switching facil
ities and repair shops within the town
of La Grande.
This summons is published for six
consecutive weeks by the order of the
Hon. T. H. Crawford, Judge of the
above entitled court, made on the
24th day of April, 108; the date of
the first publication thereof being on
the 1st day of May, 1(08, and the 12th
day of June, 1108, is to be the date
of the last publication thereof.
W. W. COTTON,
W. A. BOBBINS, and
COCHRAN A COCHRAN,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
FOR RENT Three-room house on
Four'h street; close jl. 8-J8tf
' A tag
HORSE SHOE GRANGER TWIST,
Tags from the above brands are good for the
useful presents as 6hown by catalog :
Oold Cuff Buttons 50 Tag
Fountain Pen 100 Tag
English Steel Rasor SO Tsga
Oentleman'e Watch 300 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.
Union county went dry on election
day, but R. A. West of La Grande, Is
prepared to drill you 'an artesian well
to Irrigate your apples and beets.
Tou name the depth of the well.
A Spiritualistic Seance.
A Maid's Last Day.
Euch In His Turn,.
"When You Wore
The Poacher's Wife. , '
A Poor Man' Romance.
A Merry Widow Walts Craze.
Program changes each Mot
day and Thursday. Doors ope.i
promptly at 7 o'clock p. m. ;
Matinee on Wednesday and 6ac-
B. M. SHERWOOD A CO,
4 Proprietors. 4
1 Wood A Coal j
Why Pay More?
now, but green rut
per cord . $5.50
Rock Spring Coal
TRUCK and TRANSFER
Phone your orders to
Main 10. Quick service
Storage In fire proof
and damp proof building.
:G. E. FOWLER
from a 10-cent piece will count FULL
from a S-cent piece will count HALF
with valuable tags
Savo your tags from
IV. M. Tkietey!
French Briar Pipe SO Tag
Leather Pocketbook ao Taga
8teel Carving Set 200 Tag
Best Steel Shears 75 Tags
THE AMERICAN TOQACCO CO., SL
Do Net Triflo
,.y ,Y7ith a Cold
Is good advice for men and women. It
may be vital in the case if a child. Lon.j
experience has proven that there is noth
ing better for colds ia children than
It is a favorite with many mothers atift
never disappoints them. It contains no
opium or other narcoticand may be given
with implicit confidence,
NEWLKi DRUG CO.
Pastime Theater i
S00O feet of moving pictures).
Two Illustrated songs.
Complete change of program
on Monday and Thursdsy.
r Matinee on Wednesday and
FIELD and GARDEN
I:? Inu' an m packages.
X we nave Deen me seea
distributor of this county
for several years and our
stock a3 usual is complete.
Feed of All Kinds
EARLY ROSE SEED
: : STORAGE : :
A. V. OLIVER
Kiraur rr I
Pick i -
following and many other
Pocket Knits 40 Tag e
Playing Cards SO Taga
M-jrd. Fiabinf Reel 00 Taga