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EVENING OBSERVER, IA GRANDE ORKK WEDNESDAY-, AIGIST 12, 1908.
THE CITY GROCERY AND BAKERY
; POLACKr Propr. Phone :;'Main;:;75
CITY LIVERY AND FEED STABLE
Cor. fh 6 Adams Ave., One Block West of the Foley Hotel
All Hew Rigs Well Matched Teams
Single Horses For Ladies
j Poor Maurice FiUmaurlce..; He la
In trouble again, La Grande will re
member him as an Itinerant preacher
who tor a time occupied the pulpit In
the Methodist church, Bouth, in this
city. At that time he posed as , a
preacher, barrister, .. traveler, ; pen
pusher, writer, poet, lecture of some
note and a graduate of Dublin college,
Ireland.,, He left La Grande without
Any particular cloud, of suspicion, but
since , he has been. In other parts of
the northwest, suspicion has followed
him everywhere. He is now at Star
buck, and the following letter from
the postmaster at that place, divulges
the fact that the citizens of that com
munity are not particularly attached
to the man:
Editor Currey, La Grande, Ore. .,
Dear Sir; I have been . Informed
that you know something about the
transactions of one M, A. FiUmaurlce.
We have him with us now, and I am
attempting to expose him as a grafter
that I know him to be, and then stop
his living off of honest men. . He is
trying to' practice law here, and also
edit a paper here and at' Pomoroy. If
you feel that you or your people over
there can give me any Information that
will assist me, I would be very much
pleased to have it. .
f CLASSES THAT FIT
ARE ONLY AVAILABLE
FORTUNE TELLERS LEAVE.
The Gypsy Fortune Tellers Who Were
Here Leave for Boise. -
The gypsy fortune tellers who have
made their abode in La Grande for
about, two weeks, took their departure
today for Boise. While In La Grande
they report having had a lucrative
business.. ; '
The nunager of the palmist is en
dowed with a greater amount of hon
esty than the ordinary man of his na
tty lty. Last night he spent several
hours searching for the editors of The
Observer that he might pay a small
bill which he was Indebted to The Ob
server. Unable to do so, he left the
money with Mr. Bohnenkamp at a late
hour last night.
Ask any one
Daily Observer, 65c per Month.
.. FIELD and. GARDEN
I in bulk and in packages.
we have oeen we seea
distributor of this county f
for several years and our
f stock as usual is complete.
IFeed of All Kinds !
! EARLY ROSE SEED
: : STORAGE : :
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t Slater Block
If you need water for irrigation or
domestic use, why not have a 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 Millar West, O. R. A N. drillers,
will be glad to give yen figures and
do your drilling.
Cured Hay 'ever ami Summer Colli.
A. 3. Kus'o&um, ' 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 Instated 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., , AM
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Better Than Spanking.
Spanking does not curs children of
bed-wetting. There is a constitution
al cause for this trouble. 1 ' Mrs. M.
Summers, Box W, Notre Dame, lnd
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
urine difficulties ty day or night.
THE TRANSFER MAN.
He will take that trunk to the depot
or your home In less time than it
takes to tell it
Day 'Phone Red 761.
Night 'Phone, Rlacfc 1702.
WAGON - ALWATS AT TOUR
Improving Store Window.
The 3. M. Berry store is having Its
display window improved by the In
stallatlon of new show windows. The
entire building now has an Improved
color and general appearance.
Call for Bids.
Notice is hereby given that the coun
ty court of Union county, Oregon,
receive sealed bids for the construe
lion of a wooden bridge over the main
channel of Catherine Creek on Main
street, in the city of Union, Union
county, Oregon, said bridge to be con
structed in compliance with the pi
and specifications on file In the office
of the county clerk of said county,
La Grande, Oregon. Said bids
be filed in the office of the cou
clerk of said county, on' or before
August 22nd, 108, at 11 o'clock noon,
Said bids to be accompanied by a cer
tlfled check for five per cent of
amount of said bid. The court reserv
ing the right to reject any or all
Dated at La Grande, Oregon, this
8th day of August, 1801.
l-8tf 'i. County Clerk,
'Plione at Residence.
I have both telephones at my rest
dence, where pstrons can call me
when not at the office. P. A. Chart
WATCH WORK TURNED OUT
PROMPTLY AND GUARANTEED AT
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j ( NOTICE TO CREDITORS,
j Notice Is hereby given that the tin
derslgned has been appointed by the
county court of Union county, Ore
gon, administrator with the will an
nexed, of the estate of Miry M. Big'
gers, deceased, and alt persons having
claims against said estate are hereby
notified to present the 1 same with
proper vouchers, to the undersigned,
at No. 11 Fir street,. La Orande, Ore
gon, within six months from date of
' Dated this August I, 1101.
I. . i ...-,.. j D blatER,
Administrator with the will annexed,
of the estate of Mary M. Blggers,
Deceased. . dAI. lt-ll-lt-sl
GEORGE PALMER, President ' V7. H. BRENHOLTS Ass't Cashier
J. M. BERRY, Vice President ' C. S. WILLIAMS, 2d Ass't Cashier"
- : F. L, MEYERS Cashier
La Orande National Umh
Of La Grande,' Oregon
CAPITAL AMD SURPLUS $160,000
i 1 UNITED STATES ; DEPOSITORY j i
;'r'"; -; '"'''""''."""'""'DIRECTORS'
;V:.'J. M.;Berry ' 'k. B. Coniejr ' i F. j; HolmW F. M
. C. CCP"inington : F. L. Meyers Geo "L. Cleaver
' ' . W. L. Brenholts George Palmer
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IN A HURRY?
When a fellow treats his best girl
to Ice Cream "the feilow who knows
because It Is the only cream goil
enough for her. All lovers of rea'ly
delicious cream give it unstinted praio
not only for Its luscl ir. flavors, hut
because they know th highest al
tainable excellence In Ice cream mak
ing can only be accomplished by ripi.
experienced and trained intelligence.
For sale at
A. T. HILL.
Keep the money at home
LA GRANDE SUGAR
Costs no n ore and just as
sweet. All dealers.
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, I stand ready to refund your money : : : :
I am here three hundred and sixty-five days in the
year to make my assertions good : : : : : ;. : :
J. H- PEARE
LEADING PI0IVEER JEWELER
W. H. BOHNENKAMP CO.
CLMENT AND LIME
Agents for Union Portland Cement Co's
Red Devil Brand . ,.;. , , . . . , ,
not a single bad affect following, the
use of our botUe bsverages. That Is
one reason why so many people are
giving up the use of alcoholic drinks
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and taking, Instead, our Dinger Ale,
Root Beer, godas, Mineral waters.
etc. They taste good, are good, and
nave oniy gooa eiiecta.
, Both Cement and Lime Highest Quality
; ' Obtainable j" 1 ? .
You'll Pay , With Pleasure
: KM'i -H
For every meal you sat hers.
will be a combination of good
food, good cooking and good ser
vice. i Our, restaurant is intend
sd for people who appreciate
good salirig, also for people who
like the good things of life at a
moderate ,cost. If you belong to
that class, come in and see wha
we tan do fen you.
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-' The " MorJel "Restaurant
1 ,ri, W ARBUCKLE, Prop.
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Union Bottling Works':...
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