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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 4, 1908)
EVEXIXG OBSERVER, 1A GRANDE OREGOX. TCF.SD.VY, AlCil'ST 1, 1908.
Economy and Mason.
s and Rubbers
All Kinds of fruit
To Put in Them.
THE CITY GROCERY AMD BAKERY
E. POLACK, Propr. Phone Main 75
CTY LIVERY AND FEED STABLE
Cor.Jth & Adams Ave., One Block West of the Foley Hotel
ENJOYING 6IM.KNDID TIUF.
Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Davis Now in
. Canada Kn Route to Toledo.
Mr. and Mrs. Marion Davis of Union,
who left that city about three week
ago to attend the grand lodge of the
Knights of Pythias at Portland. are
no wenjoylng the beautiful scenery of
the Belkirks and Rockies, and other
points of Interest In Canada. Mrs.
Davis is known to all Oregon as Mrs.
Cora M. Davis. In writing to her
friend, Mrs. Ellen Cross from Winni
peg, she says: "We are in a land
where we do not salute every flag we.
and there's nary a star nor stripe."
.After leaving Portland their next
stopping place was near Seattle, at
the Soldiers' home, where a pleasant
surprise awaited them, as the post
from that place had Invited the W. R.
C. ladles from Charleston tq unite
with them In giving an ovation to Mrs.
Davis. ' Among the number from
Charleston was Mrs. Rose Talt, a for
mer resident of La Grande, who aluo
was once president of the . W. R. C.
of this city.' They will continue their
reaching Toledo, O., In time to attend
the national convention of the W. R.
Mrs. Davis has been placed In nom
ination for national . president All
Oregon Is most earnestly hoping for
l uri d Hay I evor and Summer Cold.
A. J.j Nusbaum', BatevUI Ind.,
writes: ''Last year I suffered for three
months with a summer cold so dis
tressing that it interfered with my
business. I had many of the symp
toms of hay fever, and a doctor's pre
scription did not reach my case, and
I took several medicines which seem
ed to only aggravate my case.. For
tunately I insisted upon having ' Fo
ley's Honey and Tar and. It quickly
cured me. My wife has since used
Foley's Honey and Tar with the same
success." A. T, Hill, druggist.
By Oliver AHagerty, with gasoline
wood saw. 'Phonr Black 1851. . A14
All Hew Rigs- Well Matched Teams
Single Horses For Ladies
GLASSES THAT FIT
ARE ONLY AVAILABLE
' Better Than Spanking.
Spanking does not cure children of
"bed-wetting. There is a constitution
al cause for this trouble. , Mrs. M.
Summers, Box W, Ntr Dame, Ind.,
will send free to any mother her sue
ceasful Instructions. Bend no money,
but write her today if your children
trouble In thi way. Don't blame
the child, the chances are It can't
help , It This treatment also cures
t"'. " 'A wmhUel with
urine difficulties ny day or night
GEORGE PALMER, President W. H, BRENHOLTS Asst Cashier f
J. M. BERRY, Vies President C. S. WILLIAMS, 2d Ass'tCashiir J
F. L, MEYERS Cashier . . ''
La Grande National Bank i.
' ,-, Of La Grande, Oregon .
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $160,000
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY
. . " DIRECTORS I
J. MiBerry A. B. Conley F. J. Holmes F. M. Bryltit fc
C. C'.Pennfngton P. L. Meyer Qeo'L. Cleaver ,. t-
x W. LyBrenholts George Palmer
in a hurry?
THEN CALL .
Taft to Address Lawyer.
Hot Borings. Va.. Aug. 4. What
promises to t the most notable aes
slon ever held by the Virginia Bar as
sociation, with William H. Taft as one
of the speakers,, was called to order
here this morning. The opening tea'
ture was the address of the president,
Wyndham R. Meredith, of Richmond,
oa "Federal Control of Interstate Com
Another paper expected to attract a
great deal of attention will be pre
sented this evening by Armlstead C.
Gordon, of Staunton, on "The Legal
Foundations of Socialism."
Judge William Lindsay, former
United States senator from Kentucky,
will deliver the annual address tomor
row morning on "Man and the Cor
poration." Judge Taft will speak on
Thursday, and the convention will
come to a close that evening with a
THE TRANSFER MAN.
He will take that trunk to the depot
or your home In less - time - than II
takes to tell It
' Day Thone Red 761.
Night Thone, Black ma.
WAGON ALWAYS AT YOUR
Snowy Weather Wednesday, Ang. 5.
Who would have thought of UT
None but residents of La Grande, who
know that every time the ladles of
the Methodist church attempt an Ice
cream social It almost freezes. But.
If hot as the Yukon or cold as Yuma,
you, may remember you can get a good
time on Mrs. Grandy"e lawn next
Wednesday after t o'clock. Corner
Adams and Fourth.
Keep , the money at home
s, LA GRANDE SUGAR
Costs no ncresr.d just as
"sweet All dealers,
fsiaaaa . . I . .... .' TTT 777. - . - -7T.... : 73
Aik any one
i)aily Odscrvcr, 65c per Month,
This thing of raising big cherries In
the Willamette valley Is liable to be
verdone, says the Salem Statesman.
After a while each one will have to be
accompanlod with an affidavit to con
vince easterners that It Is a cherry and
not a watermelon.
rk f 1
FIELD and GARDEN
In bulk and in packages.
We have been the seed
distributor of this county
for several years and our
stock as usual is complete.
Feed of All Kinds!
EARLY ROSE SEED
: : STORAGE : :
I A. V. OLIVER
If you need water for Irrigation or
domestic use. why not . have well
drilled and cased up with steel case-
IngT "it's the only way to secure
Pure Water, and a
R. A. West of La Grande, successor
to Miller West, O. R. N. drillers.
will be glad to give you figure and
do your drilling. (
R. A. WEST
TOR RECEPTIONS AND
Ice Cream Is as essential for the re
freshments and good cheer that pre
vails at these functions. We furntBh
you with the most delicious ice cream,
with pure fruit flavorings and of the
richest and creamiest consistency, and
deliver It at your residence at any
Will be Made by the
Vhls Season as Follow:
St Louis A 'JM
8t Paul S.ia
Kanma Otr $60.00
TICKETS WILL BE ON SALE
JULY , T, 12, 93
ACGC8T , 1, SI, 2
Good for return In to days with stop
over privilege at pleasure within
DOIT fOROfT THE DATES
For ao further Information call on
J. IL KEENEY, Loral Ageal,
Or write te
General Passenger Agent,
1 WITH TWENTY YEAS EXPERIENCE
l I should be capable of fitting your eyes correctly.
If the Qlasse's'I furnish you do not give absolute satis-
faction, I stand ready to refund your money : : : :
For sale at .
A. T. 1IILI -FRED
THERE'S NOT A HEADACHE,
not a single bad effort following the
use of our bottle 'beverages. That
one reason why so many people are
giving up the use of alcoholic drinks
and taking, Instead, our Ginger Ale,
Root Beer, Sodaa, Mineral Water,
etc They taste good, are good, and
have only good' effects.
Union Bottling Works
I am here three hundred and sixty-five days In the
year to make my assertions good : : : : : : :
J. H- PEARE !
LEADING PIONEER JEWELER I
W. H. BOHNENKAMP CO.
CLMENT AND LIME
Agents for Union Portland Cement Co's
Red Devil Brand ,
Both Cement and Lime Highest Quality
You'll Pay lVft Pleasure
J I 7 (, ff md aatinir. also for nennle whs
177 ) Sf A. ' V -daZZ mod.rau cost. If ycu belong to
2 iRii.M; y ff'.TA thatcUs,oominanii stswha
nV I i 1 Ls - C we can ao ioi you.
For svsrjr meal you athr. ;i t
will be a combination of good
food, good cooking and good ser
vice. Our restaurant is intend
td for people who appreciate
t! ' ' ,-1
The Model Restaurant
A. AR BUCKLE, Prop.
W ll weekly meal Ci Cl
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