La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959, August 31, 1908, Page PAGE SEVEN, Image 7

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EVENING OBSERVER, LA GRANDE. OREGON, MONDAY, AtGrsT it, IMS.
PAGE SEVEN.
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La Grande National Bank
Of La Grande, Oregon
CAPITAL AMD SURPLUS $160,000
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY
V . DIRECTORS ' '
J. M. "Berry "A. B. Conley F. J. Holme F. M. Brykit
s- C'CPennington F. L Meyer ; Geo "L. Cleaver
W. L. Brenholt George Palrw
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Keep the" money at home
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LA GRAM DC SUGAR
Costs no ncreartf just as
sweet. All dealers.
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New Alfalfa
Hay
All Kinds of Hay
Grai.i and Feed !
U. V. OLIVER
Slater Block
Pnone Main 57
Jefferson Avenue X
WELLS
DRILLED
If you need water (or Irrigation or
domeatic uae, why not have a well
drilled and cased up with ateel case
IngT If the only way to secure
Pure Water, and a
Glean Well
R. A. West of La Grande, successor
to Millar West, O. R. N. driller,
will be glad to give yon figures and
do your drilling.
R. A. WEST
W. H. BOHNENKAMP CO.
1DEALERS IN:
HARDWARE.STOVES.FlRNITlRf.BlJILDING MATERIAL
CEMENT AND LIME
Agents for Union Portland Cement Cos
Red Devil Brand
Both Cement and Lime Highest Quality
Obtainable
Satisfaction Cuaranteed
As an opening of a thorough-going
campaign against the violators of the
prohibition law of this county, six ar
rest were made In Echo yesterday
and all were placed under heavy bonds
to appear for trial, says a Pendleton
paper. Pilot Rock, It la said, is going
to get It next "and the fight Is to be
carried Into every place In the coun
ty where law-bivakei hold forth.
There Is a strong sentiment on the
matter among the people of the coun
ty which is going to be felt this fall.
It is said that the prohibition law it
to be enforced regardless of the num
ber or prominence of people who are
sent to Jail, or the cost which may be
attached to the' campaign.
In answer to the complains aworn
out for them yesterday by Asa B.
Thomson and J. C. Hosklns, M. H.
Gtllett, who is the proprietor of the
fecno iwui, 2.1s' t!.r?; m,invM.
Stone, Norman and Morrison, waved
hearing and gave 1500 bonds each to
appear before the grand jury, which
meets next month.
W. D. Glllett, who owned a aoti
drink stand, and a man by the name
of Frank Neace, who la working tor
him, were arrested also, and esked tot
a hearing, which will be given them
at Echo next Friday. These men also
were placed unuer J500 bonds each
to appear for trial.
Hie cases yesterday were heard be
fore Justice of the Peace bcholl, ana
district Attorney G ,W. Phelps ap
peared for the state. Judge James A.
'ee representea the detendants, Gil
lette, Stone,' Norman and Morrison.
As a result of the search made yes
terday liquor was found In the Idle
Hour which pretends to be a suit
drink stand, and lu the barroom of the
Echo hotel. ,-Ttwre la said to have
been much drunkenness In the llttie
town for some time and the official
of the town are co-operating with the
citizens who are Interested in enforc
ing the law. From the turn of attain
it seems that the ol'tendera are to be
brought to Justice and the law' made
supreme.
PAST PRESIDENT HOME.
Former Head of American Association
Returns and Resume Practhtt.
Dr. F. E. Moore, the osteopath, Is
again in his office after a tour cover
ing much of the western portion of the
United States. HI objective point
in the east was Klrksvllle, Mo., where
he attended the convention of the
American Association of Osteopaths,
of which' he Is the retiring president.
He comes back ready for another
year' hard work, much resteer In body
and mind. During the past year he
has had a voluminous amount of work
In connection with his high office, and
Is much elated over the prospect of
again having nothing but his practice
to occupy his attention. Mrs. Moure
is at Salt Lake and will arrive home
soon.
:
IK, YIELDS
REPORTED
Harvesting and threshing on the
numerous Amalgamated Sugar com
pany rancnes, which total 1200 acres
of small grains, I now well advanced,
and the offllcal affirm their crops
are Invariably good and In some In
stance splendid. The crop which
the company has harvested. Is so grat
ifying a to leava no cause for com
plaint on that score. It will require
some time yet before tha harvesting
and threshing Is finished, but the com
pany officer do not contemplate find
ing a single farm below the average
yield. The recent rains have bern a
boon to the beet fields, and though It
seemed for a time that portion of
several field of beet, would be short,
It I believed th crop will be up to
the ususl standard.
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THE TRANSFER MAN. .''.
He will take that trunk to the depot
or your home In less Urn than It
take to tell it
Day 'Phone Red 761.
Night 'Phone, Black ma.
WAGON ALWAYS AT TOUR
i '. SERVICE. ". "':''
WHAT
will you have for dinner today T Tou
" miMtlon satisfactori
ly by dining at ' " ' ! -,-
THE MODEL RESTAURANT
The Old Standby.
Our cooking Is a paragon- of per
fection, our food faultless, and our
service rapid and courteous. What
more can we say, except that our
prices are popular? We give a regu
lar dinner for 25 cent.
Come and try it. Tou will not need
the sense of hunger to enjoy it. ,
The Model Restaurant
J. A. ARBUCKLE, Prop.
Open Day ws WMk1, C4 CP,
And Night Meal Ticket, for V"
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TELEPHONE VS
A LABOR OF LOVE.
Tou never get tired of our delight
ful Ice cream, made from purest In
gredients, if alway of a uniformly
high quality. Absolutely pure, whole
some and delicious. All flavor of e-
leglng hi effort at refor mare tnsln
Ing, soothing. Try a plate and well,
no more need be said.
For sal at
A. T. HILL.
FRED DCTLI.
SILVERTIIOltN MACK.
Blue Mounta in
Creamery Co.
The Oregon City Courier show how
diversified .farming
Clackamss county.
I paying In
THERE'S HOT A HEADACHE,
not lngl bad affect following th
as of our bottle beverages. That I
on reason why so many people are
giving up the nee of alcoholic drink
and taking. Instead, ear Olnger Ale.
Root Beer, Sodas, Mineral Waters.
eta. Thiy taste good, are good, and
have oaly good effects.
Union Bottling Wor.
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ATHEACOCK'S
REFERENCES: Ask any on
I have fitted.
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THE CITY GROCERY AMD BAKERY
E. POLACK, Propr Phone Main 76
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WITH TWENTY YEARS EXPERIENCE
I should be capable of fitting your eyes correctly.
If the Glasses I furnish you do not g ive 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
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