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EVENING OBSERVER, LA GRANDE OfiF.GON, ITESOAV, M Ol ?T i, lnilS.
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. LOCAL ITEMS,
Dr. J. D. McMillan has moved to
1910 Fourth street.
Meet mo at the lawn social at Mrs.
P. Nowlin's homo on Tuesday evening.
. Mrs. A. E. Vandocar of North Pow
der, arrived In the city this morning.
Mrs. Ella Burd left this morning
for Elgin, to visit friends and rela
tives. David O. . Brichoujt, the timber
crulner, Is home from a visit to Grant
county. . ' ' :' ... .;
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Blood left this
morning to join the Ed Belder camp
elf Looking Glass. ,
Sheriff P. P. Chllders returned from
North Powder, where he went yester
day' on legal business.
Mrs. Va II. Eldrldge of Portland,
had business In the U. 8. end William
son land offices today,
Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Coolldge loft this
morning for Kamela, whore they will
remain a few days to enjoy the moun
tain air. ,
John Chatman furnished the cher
- .Mo. tnr the passengers this morning.
The fruit was done up In packages,
for each passenger. .
Homer Littleton of Alice), returned
this morning from a three weeks'
outing In the Olympic mountains, Se
attle and British Columbia.
Mr. Shoepper of Portland Is here
to assume the place left vacant In the
Western Union telegraph office by the
resignation of Mr. CrlswelL
If you wish to see all your friends
and have a good time, don't overlook
, going to the Inwn social at Mrs. New
lin's house on Tuesday evening. 7
Mrs. Ray Carpenter and children
laSrVhls morning1 for eastern Washing
ton, where she is called on account of
the lllneiui of her mother-in-law.
Barnum & Bailey's advertising car
No.' 8, was taken west this morning
after a one day's stay in this city.
This Is the last car before the circus.
Miss Laura Goddard, Hugh K. Par
cel and Mrs. Marie -Winner, all of
Vancouver, Wash., are transacting
business at the United States land of
. f!ce today.
JJsjj. Hannah Rogers, who has been
In ViitiTin, visiting friends, returned
home this morning. She was accom
panied home by Mrs, Doncy. who will
visit hero a few days. .
Remember the place, Mrs. Grandy's
lawn. The time Is next Wednesday
afternoon at 3 o'clock, when the
Methodist ladles will serve home
made Ice cream and cake. Everybody
t'V'li-'llman Ceorge Krelger Is In
Baker City putting In bids for the new
library building to be constructed
there. It Is more than likely thnt La
Grande brick will, be used In that
I T. B.. Johnson, the one time sheriff,
restaurant proprietor, and hotel
keeper, was In from his farm near
Cove today, returning this afternoon.
He has almost been. acclimated to his
Aid society of tho Pres
will meet tomorrow
afternoon at 2:30, at tho homo of Mrs.
Turner Oliver. All members of the
church and congregation ure most cor
dially Invited to attend.
Allen Webb met tomporary tlclny In
expertlng the house numbers for the
reason ' that ho ran ou( of numbers.
These lire pxpected today and then
hf 'York will go on again. Adums
on both sides, has been prac
no Ladles' Al
Mrs. T. N. Murphy and Mrs. Frank
Lilly left this morning for the Wal
lowa bridge to Join a camping party. .
The room formerly occupied by the
Opera saloon, la being refitted and
Ferguson's book store will be moved
to.thls location. '
Attention of water users V culled to
a notice from the w&tr ni,rint. ori
ent In this Issue: Don't Irrigate to
morrow night. r ' '
, Mrs. George Palmer and Mrs. Guy
Byrkltt returned this morning from
the beach, where they have beon en
joying an outing.
The building in which was formerly
located the Opera saloon Is being con
verted into a news stand. It will be
ready for occupancy in a few days.
Mrs. Fleetwood of Pleasant Valley,
Intends to return to her home this
evening. She came here to attend the
funeral of Mrs. C. L. Payne yester
day. ' '
Frank Bay, of the firm of Bay &
Zwelfel, plumbers, left this morning
for Wallowa county In Mrs. T, N.
Murphy's auto. Ha expects to return
this evening. ."'.',..,.."..
. J. A. Ulsh of To oma, a former
Union county mining man, arrived this
mnenlnw and proueded on to Elgin,
where he has Interests.' He' will return
and after spending a few days with
friends will go to his mines up Grande
Ronde river, .
William Adler, formerly a flremun
out of this point, but recently em
ployed on the Portland local from
Pendleton to Umatilla, has been pro
moted to engineer. He is now located
in La Grande and Is making regular
runs out of this place.
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Crlswell left to
day for Seattle, where Mr. Chrlswell
has a position with the Western Union.
He has held the night trick at the lo
cal Western Union office for some
time. During his stay here lie acted
as contributor of sporting articles to
the Morning Star. '.
W. B. Bach and John Shanks, the
Imbler sawmill men, returned toduy
form Portland, where they have been
to purchase new machinery for their
mill. They went to Imbler today tn
Mr. Bach's auto, which was housed In
the Whlteman garage during their ab
sence. John Harvey, while working an ice
cream freeser In Selder's lea cream
parlors, suffered an excruciatingly
painful Injury today by getting his
finger In the cog wheels. Fortunately
no bones were broken, but It was a
close call. As it was, the entire end
of the finger was crushed.
Advices received by prominent Ma
sons state that Grand Commander
Frank J. Miller, of the grand com
mandery of Oregon, will not be able
to pay his official visit to Baker com
mendery No." 9, on Thursday, August
6, as had been planned, owing to a fire
that destroyed his factory at Albany,
Ore., very recently.
J. D. McKennon yesterday received
a message stating that Mrs; William
Cavlness on Saturday suffered a
stroke of paralysis and was very low
at her home at Cavlness, In Malheur
county. Mr. and Mis. Cavlness were
former residents of Island City and
La Grande, but hnve been In Malheur
county fir severnl years.
HOW NATURE PROVIDES FOR US.
The delivery team belonging to A.
V. Oliver, Indulged In a splrlled but
hnimli ss runnwuy this morning. The
start was made from In front of the
feed store on Jefferson avenue, but
the animals were brought into subjec
tion without serious damage to the
The most Independent man on earth I
the farmer, for lie makes the earth yield
him almost everything needed for life.
He knows that as ho sows so will ba
reap. He usually keeps strong and
healthy from constant strife with Nature
in sunshine and in pure air. At night
when work Is done, he finds most refresh
Ing leop, such as only a tired man
knows. In the same way that to earth
yields food fur man, so does It provide
remedies for human Ills. Thousands of
households throughout tho farming dis
tricts of th United Slates know the
value of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis
covery It Is Nature's most valuable and
health-giving aprent mode without tho
use of alcohol. It contains native medi
cinal roots, and Is the concentration ot
Kature's vitality as found In the Ameri
can forests. This remedy has a hktorj
which speaks well for it because It was
given to the public by Dr. R. V. Pierce,
founder of the Invalids' Hotel and Surg
trnl Institute, at Buffalo. N. Y., nearly
forty years ago, and ha since been sold
by druggists In ever Increasing quan
Dr. Pierce found that the bark of
the Black Cherry-tree, the root of the
Mandrake, Stone root. Queen's root,
Bloodroot nd Golden Seal root, made
Into a scientific, non-alcoholic extract by
the ue of glycerine, made the best altera-
ana tonin... The refreshing Influence
of this extract Is at once apparent in ui
recovered strength of the patient the
Vital fires of the body burn brighter and
their Increased activity consumes the
tissue rubbish which otherwise may
poison the system. This alterative and
tonic oxtract has been found to stand
alone as a safe. Invigorating tonic, as It
does not deend on alcohol for a falsa
stimulation, but Is .torture's own method
of strengthening and cleansing the sys
tem. It tones up the stomach and purines
the blood tn Nature's own way. It Is well
known all over the world as Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery. The name
was given to this vegetable compound
because one of the Important Ingredients
was Golden Seal root. Such an
authority as Dr. Rnlerts Barthotow, of
Jefferson Medlral t'olleee, says of Golden
Seal root, "very useful as a stomachic
tonic. Cures catarrh of tho stomach and
headaches accompanying the same." Dr.
(irover Coe. In his rook Organic Medi
cines, speaking of Golden Seal root, says
that "as a. liver tnvlgorator it haseip
eiims." Further he says, "in chronic ir.
flaremstlon of the bladder we deem It one
of the must reliable agents of cure. Asa
Uinlc In the ennvelwing stages of fevers,
imeiininnln. dysentery and other acute
IlKiases Hydrastis (Golden Beal root) Is
Dr. Coe continues: We would here
add that our evierienco has demon
started the llydrut-tit or Golden Seal root
to be n vnlunlMK remedv In bronchitis.
hiryngitls, and other affections of the
Prof, llohnrt A. Hare, M. D., University
of Pennsylvania, says of Golden Seal!
"Of service in chronic catarrh of the
suimsen ana oowe.s louowing souse oi
alcohol, a tonic after malarial fever.
Has a distinct, anil-malarial Influence.
Good In all catuiTli.il conditions, as
uterine catarrh, laucorrhca, etc. Is a
curative agent In chronic dyspepsia."
Prof. John M. Sc udder in Speelhc Med
iation says of Gu'.den Seal : "It stimu
lates tliedigestlve processes, and Increases
the assimilation of food, l'.y these means
the bttwt ix mrlrhrri, and this blood feeds
the muscular system. 1 mention the
muscular svstera because I believe It
lirst feels the Incyeasi'd power Imparted
by the stimulation of Increased nntrl
tlon. The consequent Improvement on
the nervous and glandular systems are
"In relation to Its general effects on
the system, tlirre in io medicine (ri um
nlnut wltU h then i such ucmfrtij nnnn
tmifw of opinio?!. It Is iii(i)cr((j re
garded as the tunic useful In all de
l)r. I'iercn's Favorite Prescription spe
cially put up for wonmn's Ills for those
distressing driiKiflng down ailment
peculiar to wirtiitui is also a temperance
remedy that Is best known by Us cures.
With Dr. Pierce's medicines, their In
gredients are n,attersof public know ledge,
being printed on each separate bottle
wrapper. Thus Invalid sufferers are
taken Into Dr. Pierce's full conlidence.
Dr. Pierce's irreat thousund-page Illus
trated Common Sene Medical Adviser
will be sent fro, patier-bound, for 111 one
cent stamps, or clutli-boiind dr31 stampx
Ai lr Dr. U.V. Pierce. Uullalo, N. V.
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McCALUS MIGIZME 20C: A YEAR
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McCtn Ptttent Jlrf N. 2229, Skirt Rs. 2218
FOR STREET WEAK
A very jaunty costume, showing a
new nine-gored skirt and a very daln
ty little jacket of the always popular
Eton style. The most suitable ma
tertals for, this costume would be Pan;
ama, light-weight suiting or Linen,
with braid of fancy band trimming.
i ' i vilt "iiiid'y w f.
7 -iM :
KcCsD Psttmi IU. 22SS
' A VERT LOVELT AFTEBNOOS COWH "
Having the stylish and graceful one
piece effect, although a separate waist
and skirt Would be charging In gray
mcssallne and worn over a batiste and
Jace gulmpe, " 1
SEPTEMBER MAGAZINE AND PATTERNS JUST RECEIVED.
Statement of the Condition of the
FARMERS AND TRADERS NATIONAL BANK
OP LA GRANDE,
At the Close of nusliiew, July 15, 1008.
Time loans .i t 77,.00
(irrdrufts, tempornry ... v3.46.73
Honda, warrants, etc I9.732.S9
Banking house and fixtures 15,11.00
Other real estate 4.000.00
CASH AND AVAILABLE ASSETS . I
U. 8. bonds and
Demand loans . 85,353.70
Cash and due
from banks ... 37.856.20
C per cent re
demption fund 750.00 139.33.0
Capital stock I 80,000.00
Surplus and undivided
Dividends unpnld 1,200.00
Deposlu and due to banks 179,078.57
ItlGGEIl IIVLK TODAY.
City Carriers Gninliitf Control of Intri
cate Situation Rapidly.
The city carriers toduy look out a
much larger bulk of first-dnss mail
than yesterday. They are rapidly
adapting themselves to the system, and
for a time at hast will work on the
tentative schedule now In effect,
namely, that they leave at 8 o'clock
wjth their first routes, and agulu at
12 for their second. Many are com
ing In to the office with request for
mall delivery and are supplying the
necessary Information. There are still
many who have not met the require
I X V I GO RATES
Nature's lavish 'hand endowed
Sorth Beach with every attraction
is a place of rest, rejui -nation and
North Beach Is a atretch of
beautiful woodland dropping gent
ly Into the "Pacific," and skirted
by 20 miles of smooth, sandy beach
delightful for bathing.
BUY A TICKET OVER
TlieO R. & N.
TAKING THE STEAMER
"T. J. POTTER"
Down the River from lor('iil.
Mingle with the ur-free tliroii
whilst sweet nature rebuilds wo'n
tissues and renews llf"", energy and
The round trip season rate from
LA GHANDK Is .
"Outings In Oregon" coatulns the
story of "North Beach," Including
hotels, rates, etc. ' Ask J. H. Kee
ney, local ugent. La Grande, Ore.
General Passenger Agent,
We want your banking account. We ars careful with any business en
trusted to us and our record for conservatism in ths past l our best guir
Xe to you for the future. NOT THE LARGEST, but let ut ccnvince you
that WE ARE THE BEST bank to do business with
The Farmers and Traders National Bank
DKItrT AT XOKTI! I'OWDKIl,
Workmen t HcpliHT Structure Con
sumed by I Ire Itcrrntly.
Workmen are now engaged In erect'
Ing the new depot at North Powder.
to replace the one which wsa raxsd by
fire some time ago. The building
must be compWed In sis weeks.
Pinal details of the building were
worked out lata last week when offi
cials ot the O. R. ft N. were In North
Grande Ronde Lumtx r Ca
CAN FURNISH LUMBER OF ALL KINDS
IN CAR LOAD LOTS
For 16 inch Chain Wood Delivered at your Home,
Call up V. L BEAM, La Grande. Phone, Fled 1741
TSie Safest Regulator
Children require the very gentlest
and safest bowel regulator you can
giyc them. Violent purgatives are
likely to do more, harm than good.
And moreover, they cause unnecessary
suffering from griping and nausea.
Land for Rent.
We have S20 acres of excellent land
for rent. Call at once.
r. S. BRAMWELL,
C. J. BLACK.
SALESMAN AND AGENTS $50 per
week and over ran be made selling
new campaign novelties from now
until election. Sells to stores, county
fairs, picnic and private families.
Complete line of samples charges pre
paid for 60c. Order today. Chicago
Novelty Co., 60 Wabash Ave., Chi
cago. . k ....
arc undoubtedly the bci.t Lowcl-n.vilk inc for
children ever discovered. They ati-r-1 Na
ture to renew her functions so quieuy aiv.l
naturally that there is no unpleasantae.
vhutever. They cure constipation without,
griping or nausea, and afford immediate and
Rexall Orderlies are pleasant tasting,
vanilla flavored tablets, and children take
them as eagerly as they would candy.
Large Bex (S tablet)), 8.
mail Be (II tablet), 100.
is the strongest
ever made. If
do not benefit
you, if you're
not entirely sal-
L"cJ with them,
the empty boa
and we wilt
ay. TVe com-
(a of these
Una live givt
A. T.HILL DRUGGIST
: . .. . OF LA GRANDE