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EVENING OBSERVES, LA GRANDE, OREGON. MONDAY, SErTEMBEIt 21. 1908.
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Ever offered in La Grande in Boys' Suits, Overalls, Underwear, Me n's Suits, Shoes, Mats etc.
Bargain Tables In Our Bargain Corner 15 Days Only
Terms Bargain Sale CASH
Successors To J. M. Berry
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W. Hi BOHWENKAMP CO.
C E M E N T AN D L I M E
Agents for Union Portland Cement Co's
Red Devil Brand
Both Cement and Lime Highest Quality .
At "Ferguson's" there is a fine line of
the popular novels-So-called 4 copyrights
for 75c each. These books should sell
at all book stores for thai price .. .v
. "Where Nothing Is Too Much Trouble"
Sho Likes Good Tilings.
Mm. Charles E. Smith of West
Franklin, Me,, Bays: ,"I like good
things and have adopted Dr. Klng'a
New Life Fill as our family laxative
medicine, because they are good and
do their worn without making a fuss
about It." TheBo painless purifiers
sold at Ncwlin's drug store. 25c.
Hon. E. J. Smith of Walla Walla,
who was recently elected as republican
nominee for the office of prosecuting
attorney of Walla Walla, passed
through this city yesterday on his
way to La Grande, Bays a Pendleton
paper, air. Smith said that there wus
destined to be a bitter fight on In the
Garden City over the prohibition iucb
tlon as soon as the local option law
passed the legislature
That the law will pass Is practically
assured by the fact that both parties
have the plank in their platforms and
the republican party which is sure to
y the state, nominated a straight
local option ticket In the recent pii
The question over which a fight
will bo made in the legislature, ac
cording to Mr. Smith, will be over
whether the local option law shall
make the county or the precinct the
unit. If the latter plan carries, which,
of course, the saloon forces favor, it
will be 'impossible, for Walla Walln
to get rid of the saloons an some pre
cincts are dominated entirely by the
liquor men. .
If, on the other hand, tho county Is
made the unit, Wnlla Walla county
will .probably go dry, fcr Sir. Smith
says, that although the struggle will
be violent, he believe the prohibition
element to be the stronger.
In speaking of the recent primaries
Mr. Smith said that the official count
has mude great' changes In the result
of the senatorial contest. Ankeny Is
favored clear through by the final
counts and the Jones majority has
been hewn on every corner. King
county went for Ankeny by over 20(i
majority. Mr. Smith says that there
Is nothing In the report that Ankeny
arry tile Hgnl into wie icgisui-
collected to warrant the aTcst of sev
eral hundred men. Over 100 witnesses
have been summoned and the whole
country will be Btlrred, so thoroughly
hasi the matter been gone intq. '
The work of gathering evidence haw
been carried on by a Thlel detective
who has been employed for, several
weeks. The detective has not been In
the employ of the prohibition forces
bur has been working for Mr, Phelps
and he has done his Job up well.
It Is said thut the search reveals tin:
fact that liquor lias not only been sold,
but that It has . been furnished to
minors and even to young girls. The
future of (ho arrested parties will be
determined soon by tne grand Jury
and Circuit Judge Dean.
The Wallowa sdhool opened with
168 pupils, and employs six teachers.
Notice to Creditors.
Notice is hereby given to all whom
it may concern, that E. C. Dlso.ua ha
been appointed by the county court
of Union county, Oregon, udmlnlstm
tor of the estate of John II. Dillon, de
ceased. All persons having claim:
against the estate of said deceased nrt
required to present them with th
proper vouchers within six months
from the date hereof to the ndmfn
l.'itrator at his place of business No
1108 Adams avenue, La Grande, Ore
Dated September 18, 1908.
- K. C. DISQUA,
Administrator of the Estate of John
11. Dillon, Deceased.
111 you have for dinner today? You
may answer this question satlsfactoil-
ly by dining at
THE MODEL R EST A ERA NT
The Old Standby.
Our cooklnir is a paragon of per
fection, our food faultless, and our
"rvlce rapid and courteous. ' What
more can wo say, yexcept that our
Mces are popular? We' give a regu
lar dinner for 25 cents.
Come and try It. You will not need
the sense of hunger to enjoy It.
The Model Restaurant
J. A. ARBUCKLE, Prop.
Open Day ws weekly rt J cn
And Night Ma' Tickets for Y ,
They Take the Kinks Out.
"I have used Dr. King's New Life
rills for many years, with Increasing
satisfaction. They take- the kinks out
.,f stomach, liver and bowels,' without
fus-or friction," nys N. H. Drown. f
Tlttsfleld, Vt. Onaranteed satisfac
tory at Newlln's drug store. 23c.
Cured Hay l ever and Summer Cold.
A. J. Nusbaum, Batesvllle, Ind.,
writes: "Last year I suffered for three
months with a summer cold o dis
tressing that It Interfered wun my
business. I had many of the symp
toms of hay fever, and a doctors pre
scription did not reach my case, and
I took several medicines which seem
ed to only aggravate my ease. For
tunately t Insisted Upon having Fo
ley's Honey and Tnr and It quickly
cured me. My wife has since used
Foley's Honey and Tar with the same
success." A. T. Hill, druggist.
October Munseys, Cavaliers
Scrap Books at Ferguson's
Pendleton, Sept. 21. The Tribune
Again the trial of the 12 liquor
deiilets was postponed yesterday irl
all will be. nu TRed In the wholesale
prosecution to bo dealt with by the
grand Jury, which will be xhoscn Jo
iiiorrow. 1 nat mere win ne minus
doing'.' this coming week Is beyond
District Attorney Phelps announced
yesterday for the first time, that a
svstemallc evidence gathering cam
paign had been carried on In this
county for several weeks with the re
sult that sufficient fact have been
Special Election to Approve Oniric
Notice Is hereby given that on
Tuesday, the 24th day of November
1!M)S. a special election will be hid
of the voters of the City of Iji Grande
union county. Oregon, and that t i(
iiolls wIU .bo open front tho hour of
o'clock a. m., until the hour of flv
o'clock p. in., of suld day.
Said election Is culled by order
the Council of the Clttf f La Grand
for ton purpose of proponing and su!)
mlttlng to the people of the City
l.'i Grande tho approval and adoplioti
of certain amendment to the ch:ut
of the city of l.a Grande as shown by
the proposed charter heretofore np
proved by the council of the City
I.a Grande by ordinance No. 3H2, S.
les.mofi. and filed with, and In tin
office' of the recorder of the city
I.H Grand", on the 10th day of wp
The approval of these amendmei'
by the people uf the city of I
tltande V 111 lie submitted to the vol
(sis on the following; proposition.
Khali the Cltv of I.a Grande am-'ii
Its elmrter and approve the anvni
in, tils to the city charter, and the n
cltv charter proposed and unbuild"
bv the council to the people of the city
of I.a Grande?
The following are Ihe polling places.
Jiti'ires end clerk of the s verl
wards lelL;nn(ei ana appointed ny
the council' . ,
First W;?rd. City Hall Judge: J:
P. Clark, K. C. Davis nnd Fi.nik Kll
pntrlck. Clerks: William Miller and
Second Ward, CotimU Chamber
Judges: Peter Kuhn, F. P. lir.miwell
and George Pall. Clerks: 11. K. Cool
IiIk.i and A. W. Nelson.
Third Ward, Pulldlng west of
Judge Itamsey's tesldeine on Penn.
ti venue JndKes: C. C. PenlllKtotl, R
W, Grand v and John Cat ex. Ch-ilis:
c. A. Vnrplllat nnd A. C. Williams.
Fourth Ward, Harris' Hall Judges:
Uernard Logsden, G. K. Fowler anil
John Sheak. "Clerks: IVJ. Yander
poi 1 and Warren P. Noble.
In witness whereof 1 have hereunto
aUached my hand and ufflxert the seal
t my office, this 10th day of Septem
U 8.) D. E. COX
Itocordcr cf the City of Da Grande.
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