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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 10, 1908)
EVENING OBSERVER. I V GRANDE OREGON. MONDAY, AVGCST 10, 1908.
'Get Your Lunch Basket Filled
For Conductors' Excursion
rF oOURSE nearly all of our patrons are going to
Looking Glass Park next Sunday. But is that
lunch basket filled properly? Our new Dill Pickles,
splendid variety of Gannerf and Bottled Goods, our
Fruits and Vegetables, will aid you in packing your
basket : Gall on us for eood things to eat.
THE CITY GROCERY AND BAKERY 1
E. POLACK, Propr. Phone Main ' ?5 .
CITY LIVERY AND FEED STABLE
Cot.klh & Adams Ave., One Block West of the Foley Hotel
CHERRY SEASON COMEB TO
AN END THIS WEEK.
All New Rigs-- Well Matched Teams
Single Horses For Ladies
E. Z. Carbine, the Moni Extensive Shlp-
ler In La Grande I)llrl (, Will Clone
Season This Week Two Car To
day, sui'd With Two More to Come
Will Mean 11 Cars From II Un This
Before the present week Is ended.
the cherry harvest will be over, as a
rule. Already some of the busiest
shippers of the season are In a position
to view the end of the cherry season.
EJ. Z. Carbine, one of the most extens
lve shippers of this end of the valley
this year. Is today sending out two
carloads of cherries irom cove, u ww
more cars will be Shipped and then
the rtierry season, as far as Mr. Car
bine concerned, will be at an end.
His total shipments for the season
will amount to 14 carloads, which Is
two more than his original plans
As usual, he and the other shippers
of the valley have been unable to se
cure extra express cars and were fore-
Cured Hay Fever and Summer Cold.
A. J. NuBbaum, Batesvllle, 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.
v Wood Sawed.
By Oliver &Hagerty, with gasoline
wood saw. ,'Phon Black 1851. All
' Better Than Spanking. ' ;
8panklng does not cure children of
bed-wetting. There is a constitution
al cause for this 'trouble. Mrs. M.
Summers, Box W, Notre Dame, Ind.,
will send free to any mother her suc
cessful Instructions. Send no money,
but write her today if your children
trouble In this way. Don't blame
the child, the chances .are it can't
help It. This treatment also cures
adults and aged people troubled with
urine difficulties ty day or night
GEORGE PALMER, President W. H. BRENHOLTS Ass't Cashier
J. M. BERRY. Vice President C. S. WILLIAMS, 2d Asi't Cashier
F. L. MEYERS Cashier
? .- 3655
La Grande Motional Band
Of La Grande, Oregon '
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $160,000
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY
J. M.lBerry 7 - A. B. Conley F. J. Holmes F. M.
, - C. CiJPennlngton F. L. Meyers Geo.' L. Clesvsr
U Brsnholts George Palmer
. .. .
IN 'A HURRY?
THE TRANSFER MAX.
He will take that trunk to the depot
X led to use refrigerator freight ears for or youp home ,n ,eM tIm,
CLASSES THAT FIT
ARE ONLY AVAILABLE
the shipment. Shipments of fruit
from a center like the Grande Rondel
valley, can. never be made with the
least possible degree of loss as long as
there Is no way to procure prompt
transportation of commodities.
CinXiDERS A STAR.
iV Grande Ball Player Make Big lilt
In Spokane Last Saturday.
The Sunday Spokesman-Review says
regarding Saturday's game in Spokane
Out of the' excruciating tangle of
blunders,, boots and blngles shone an
occasional ray of sunshine. Notably
the work of Mr. Chllders, late of La
Grande, at third base. Mr. Chllders
was a real hero. He was a glittering
constellation all by himself on an In
field that reeked with mlscues. Chll
ders grabbed only nine chances and
would have had another If Jensen
hadn't been too ambitious. Everyone
of the nine was made to appear a
very nifty bit of work and the. fans
found consolation in whooping 'er up
for the new "find."
takes to tell It
Day Thone Red 7(1.
Might Th one, Black 1791.
v WAGON ALWAYS AT YOUR
Keep the money at home
LA GRANDE SUGAR
Costs no n ere and Just as
sweet. . All dealers.
I. ........ ...ess.. -
Ask any one
HORSE KILLED IN RCNAWAY.
Pendleton Man's Animal Bored
Death by Wagon Tongue.
to Ice Crea
because It Is t
enough for h
not only for
ow treats his best girl
ow who knows
WITH TWENTY YEARS EXPERIENCE
I should be capable of fitting your eyes correctly.
If the Glasses I furnish you do not give absolute satis
faction, 1 stand ready to refund your money : : : ' :
I am here three hundred and sixty-five days in the
year to make my assertions good : , : : : : : :
Daily Observer, 65c per Month,
1 In bulk and in packages.
ft We have been the seed
I distnouior 01 una uuuuv
for several years ana our
efnrV n usual is comrjlete. ?
W WWII - " s.
Feed of All Kinds f
EARLY ROSE SEED
One of the most sickening accl-j
dents ever witnessed In the city oc. I
curred .In fro.it oi Hiu Booton store on
Main street at 10 o'clock Saturday
morning, In vh.i h a horse belonging
to J. A. Owf by, a (.mi? ,-lealcr of this
city, was kllied by boMg Impaled by
the broken wug.n inngue.. says thu
Pendleton East Oregonlori'
The team was standing on Court
street, when Mr. Owenby's small boy
walked out on the wsgon tongue be
tween the horses to pick up the lines.
This frightened the horses and caused
them to start to run. The boy was
thrown from the wagon tongue be.
tween the horaavand under the wag.
on, but vmi lif struck by the wheels.
and escapes injury.
t cream go1
lovers of rea'ly
t uiifllnted prs'i,'!
r. flavors, hut
now ttf.j highest at
tainable excellence in Ico cream mak
ing can only be accomplished by rips,
experienced and trained Intelligence.
J. H- PEARE
LEADING PIONEER JEWELER
For kale at
A. T. HILL.
W. H. BOHNENKAMP CO. !
A. V; OLIVER
Slater Block ''
The teanl circled In the street, and
wan not moving rapidly when the
curbing was struck In front of the
If you need water for Irrigation or I Boston store, the wagon tongue at the
sarne time striking the electric light
pole at the coiner. The tongue was
broken and the portion attached to
the'wngon was run entirely through
the body of one of the horws, the end
protruding several Inches on the op
poslte side. J
The broken tongue entered the ant
mal's body Just behind the shoulder
and ran diagonally through, protruding
In the middle of the body on the op
The animal was extracted from Its use of our bottle beverages. That Is
nornoie position na . uymii.. why , many are
toward the Oregon feed ysrd. but I
-h-n hinu. .... nn w illow living op the use of alcoholic drinks
street. It was shot and Its suffering
domeiitle use. why not have a well
drilled and cased up with steel case'
Ing? It's the only way to secure
Pure Water, and
HARDWARE.STOVES.ftlRNITlRE, BUILDING MATERIAL
CLMENT AND LIME I
Agents for Union Portland Cement Co s
Red Devil Brand
Both Cement and Lime Highest Quality
THERE'S NOT A HEADACHE,
not a single bad effect following the
R. A. West of La Grande, successor
to Miller West. O. R. N. drillers,
will be glad to give you figures and
do your drilling.
r; A. WEST
Dr. W. D. McMillan. Red til. ..
Palr.less t (traction.
Expert golil work. 8 pedal attention
to children's teeth.
La Grande National Bank Building.
and taking. Instead, our Ginger Ale,
Root Beer, Sodas, Mineral Waters,
etc. They taste good, are good, and
have only good effects.
You'll Pay With Pleasure
- sV- i - . vn-co- v ; i w uii w
i -Vr' N"' HcksU for
For every meal you eat'hsre.
will be a combination of good
food, good cooking and good ser
vice. Our restaurant is intend
ed for people who appreciate
good eating, also for people whs
like the good things of life at a
moderate cost. If you belong to
that class, come in and see whs
we can do for you.
The Model Restaurant .
, J. A. ARBUCKLE, Prop.
We nil weekly meal
Union Bottling Works .