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tural Ice is 'The Best
things artificial are at best but a deceptive imitation
,' "'; . . .' , OF THINGS NATURAL, '
' Can Impure fountain send forth pure water?
Our Ice la not dependent upon a brewery or saloon for U supply.
It to furnished by the God of Nature, Who tend forth the sparkling stream
from the mountain aide. It to taken from the. river above the duck ponds
and sawmills, and to the PUREST ICE on THIS MARKET.
: Our CHAIN. WOOD speaks for Itself. The biggest loada and best
wood, mostly dry, and put Into your wuod sheds. '. .
VS CARLOAD LOTS AT $2.2!. PER CORD MEASURED IV THE rw
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1 GE0ROE PALMER, President . ' W. H. BRENHOLTS Ant Cashier
J. M. BERRY, Vice President V as. WILLIAMS, 2d Asst Cashier
;v , f. L. MEYERS, Cashier
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La Grande National Bank
Of La Grande, Oregon
LAP! I AL AND SURPLUS $160,000
. UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY " :
DIRECTORS . ' "
J. M. Berry, A. B. Conley F. J. Hot nes F. M. Brykit
C. C. Pennington F. L Meyers Qec.J Cleaver
W. L. Brenholts G sores Pa'mer
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Keep the money at home
I LA GRANDE SUGAR
Costs no ncrecrd Jut cs
sweet. All dealers.
You'll Pay With Pleasure
For evsry meal you tat here. It
will bs a combination of good
food, good cooking and good ser
vice. Our restaurant is intend
d for people who appreciate
gxd siting, also for people who
like the good things of life at a
moderate cost. If you belong to
that cU, c:mi in and sis writ
we can do for you.
The Model Restart
J. A. ARBUCKLE, Prop.
We sll weskly meal ft Cl
tickets for - 4T. Jl
I WITH TWENTY YEARS EXPERIENCE
J should be capable of fitting your eyes correctly.
Jthe Glasses I furnish you do not give absolute satis
I taction, I stand ready to refund your money : : : :
I I am here three hundred and sixty-five days In
year to make my assertions good : : : : :
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LEADING PIONEER JEWLLCR
Show Patrons Like Attractions so Well
That They Stay Overtime.
The program at Sherwoods Elec- i
trie to particularly nice With the
change last night. The films are new
nd very entertaining, especially that
which portrays the fascination of the
Merry Widow" waits.' And Bruce's
playing adds to the value of every
film. , Mr. Ferrln is singing "True
Heart'r and "When Tou Wore a Pina-1
fore," and a usual la heartily ap
plauded at the close of each song. The
Observer wishes to register a mild
kick against the habit some patrons of
both electric shows have gotten Into,
that of staying through two or more
entire programs. About 10 Demons
sat through the entire evening at Sher
wood's last night, and many who
wished to enter could not find a seat
The Pastime, too, to forced to turn
friends away each evening because ao
many, take undue advantage of the
privilege to remain.
RA( IN UiilOH
TJntoni June 14. (Special.) One
week from tomorrow Union will see an
exciting relay race' and a 'horse show
of no small worth. , The relay race to
the topic of the week here and bets
are already beginning to accumulate.
The method and system to be used to
one which means a continual fun of
excitement during the " 25-mlle' race.
Three strings of horses of 10 animals
each, are entered. Each, horse' goes
one-half mile, the same rider to run
out the strtnt... -Tie half mile track
will teem with excitement while this
iplendld race to on. By reason of the
fact that the sprints are so short. It
will keep excitement intense through
out ;' ' ' ,
H'-u,i M-miiaeraenta are betas?
made for the horse show which will
be held on the same day.
A Telegram From Dan.
The Baker City Herald says: Yes
terday afternoon Dan Kelly, sr., re
ceived a telegram from his son, Dan,
who to at present In New York, telling
him that he had been chosen for the
Olympic team. This news Is .very
sweet to the ears of Dan's host of ad
mirers and friends. The following to
"New York, June , 1908: Chosen
for Olympic team: sail for England
June 27. DAN KELLY."
Notice to Contractors.
Notice to hereby given that sealed
bids will be received up till 4 o'clock
p. m. of June T. 190, by the district
school board of school dintrlct No. 1,
La Granite, Union county, Oregon, for
compleMng the Fourth ward school
b inding according to plans and spec
ifications on file with the school clerk.
Certified check for five per cent of
bid must accompany each bid. The
board reserves fhe 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,
JS ! School Clerk.
KOt.'XD In Golden Rule store
purse containing small, sum
money. Owner can have same by
paying for this ad and Identifying
property at the store.
Mis Mine tt
to erecting a plant at
for the manufacture of tlieir
fur water, oil, gas, etc., etc.
A moderate amount of
money wfJ atari yon in
at profitable bnalnene.
bare beea proved by
Competitive Tests to be
The IWt In 1 be World.
For full particulars reeardV
Injr well drilling maihines,
tools, supplies, ate. write to ,
THE STAR 8nlU.lR8 UACHIKE CO.
-. SUMMONS. ,. ,
In the Circuit Court or the State of
Oregon for Union County.
The (Jregon Railroad A Navigation
Company, plaintiff, vs. John Eastlack
and 8uaan Eastlack, his wife; Alonxq
Crans and Ethel Crane, hi wife, Al
fred W. Crane, a minor, and Christo
pher Crane, a minor, defendants.
To the above-named defendants, John
Eastlack, Suan Eastlack, his wife,
Alonzo 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, 1908, that , being six full weeks
after the date of the first publica
tion of this summons. and If you fall
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
wlt: For Judgment of the above en
titled court In the above entitled
cause, appropriating to the plaintiff
, .i-. ku mree t, tour (!)
and flee (5), of block twelve 12), In
Riverside addltlpn to the Town of La
Grande, in Union coun'y, Oreaon. 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 t ravelin or shin.
ping freight over plaintiffs road may
be accommodated; and public Inter
est requires the construction of such
side tracks, additional switching fa
duties and repair shops and the pros
ecution of said enterprise, and tor an
sssessment of all the damages that
will result to the said defendants'.
John Eastlack, Susan Eastlack, Alon
zo Crane. Ethet Crane, Alfred W.
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
take, 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 to published for six
consecutive weeks by the order of the
Hon. T. H. Crawford, Judge of the
above entitled court made on the
14th day of April, 1901; the date of
the first publication thereof being on
the 1st day of May, 1901, and the 12th
day of June, 1909. to to be the date
of the last publication thereof.
W. W. COTTON, ,
W. A. BOBBINS, and
COCHRAN & COCHRAN.
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
Union county went .dry on election
day, but R. A. West of La Grandn, to
prepared to drill you an artesian well
to Irrigate your apples and beets.
You name the depth of the well.
A Spiritualistic Seance.
A Maid's Last Day.
Each in His Turn. ' .
"When Yon Wore a Pinafore,"
The Poacher's Wife.'
A Poor Man' Romance.
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A Merry Widow WalU Cine.
Program changes each Mot,-
" -.J.jr.. . Mfi pa
promptly at 1 o'clock p. m.
Matinee on Wednesday and Sat
urday.' 6HRWOOD'8 ELECTItlo
B. M. SHERWOOD CO
W- T . n
Is good advice for men and women. I
. maybftTitaltnthecasetrf a child. Lena
Ing better for col Js in children than
It is a favorite with many mothers and
never disappoints them. It contains nr
opium or other narcotic and may be give,
with implicit confidence. . ,
NEWLIN DRUG CO.
j Wood A Coal j
: Why Pay More?;
Best Yellow Fine, Dry
I now, but green cut.
FOR RENT Three-room house on
Four'h street; close tu 1-lStf
Rock Spring Coal
TRUCK and TRANSFER
Phone your orders to
Main 10. Quick service
Storage In f re proof
and damp proof building.
G. E. FOWLER:
J Pastime Theater
8000 feet of moving pictures.
Two UluMtratod songs, 9
Songs by t
, SHERWOOD WILLIAMS. r
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w . i vwutpteie cnange cf ' program" "
on Monday and Thursday.
' Matinee on Wednesday , and
HELD and GARDEN
In bulk and in packages.
We have been the seed
I distributor of this county
for several years and our
stock as usual is complete.
freed of All Kinds
EARLY ROSE SEED
" : STORAGE : :
A. V. OLIVER
j Slater Block ,
A tf from a 10-cent piece will count FULL value
' A tog from a S-cent place will count HALF valua ,
with valuable tags
Save your tags from
HORSE SHOE GRANGER TV 1 ST
STANDARD NAVY ' " - J. T.
W. N. Tbi9leyi
- Tags from the above brands are good for the following and many other
useful presents as shown by catalog :
Oild Cuff Buttons 50 Tag
Fountain Pan -100 Tag
English Steal Rasor 30 Tags
Osntlemaa'e Watch 200 Tags
French Briar Pipe 50 Tags
Leather Pocketbook 90 Tag!
Ettel Carving Bet 200 Tag
Beat Steel Shears 73 Tags
Lady's Pocketbook SO Tag
Pocket Knife 40 Tags
Playing Cards 90 Tags
eo-yd. Ptobin Res I 00 Tagt
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, .
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