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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 24, 1908)
EVENING r.SEUVEIt. LA GRANDE, OREGON, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1008.
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II I ADIES jH fiSAL PATTER NS :
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H A COMPLETE LINE OF PIECE GOODS
11HlT " More could be desred? TTiere ccrfainly arc
Utl io better patterns in the world than the Ladies
Home Journa PaZehis-iye ffcMVnorie as good-lnd this
combined with a sf ock of piece goods complete in every
detail certainly ought to make the buying of goods for the
fall and winter an easy matter 1 - " : r I ; : f:
We have both of the above- And ffie pnceK jj
well, it is useless to mention that atjhisl:
time. Our reputation for always I being I the H
S lowest is so virelV established that W
: necessary to say, "We :lfady";M;&-;l
cn ni u
A liu miiKE YOUR SELECT-
IONS WHILE THE STOCK IS COMPLETE
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LA GRANDE, OREGON
! THE GEORGE PALMER
" We Solicit Your Orders for
Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Mouldings,
We are prepared to furnish and
Call up Retail Department Phone Main 8.
In Fall Hats.
7c per Pound
h Try it. : Every
t h ip g washed
and starched. All
Mso a Full Line
of School Supplies
EMMtimm & co.
Pacific States Phone
Mam , ,78
ndependent Phone 12JI
Xnih1 to rrodltoni.
Notice Is hereby Riven to all whom
II may concern, that E. C. Dlqua has
been appointed by the coUnty court
c.f Union county, tOregon, aJmlnlHlra
tor of the ealate of John II. Dillon, de.
ceased. All persona having claims
against the entate of said deceased are
required to present them with the
proper vouchers within kIk months
from the date hereof to the admin
istrator at his . place of business No.
1161 Adams avenue, La Grande, Ore
gon. Dated September 1, 1108.
B. C. DI8QUA, . Apple Uoaee.
Administrator of the Estate of John 'Phono your orders for apple boxes
II. Dillon, Deceased. t the Summervlll Lumber Co., 1m-
Better llian Spanking.
Spanking does not cure children of
bed-wetting. There Is a constitution
al cause for this trouble. Mrs. M.
Summers, Box W, Notre Dame, InJ.,
will send tree to any mother her suc
cessful Instructions. Send no money,
but write her today If your children
trouble la this way. Don't blame
the child, the, chances are It can't
help It This treatment also cures
adults and aged people' troubled wlU
urine difficulties toy day or nlghu
Your (rotifer rrturnt your monor II too dan 'I
Ilka it. e pay l.im ;
is perishable, it ought to
be kept in tight packages;
not exposed to air.
Your srocer n-turns your money it you don't
tike StblHing't Brit; pay h.m
OMAHA SCANDAL AiREO
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walk by shortly afterward. rather
heavy set man, with a black hat. Ar
cher corroborated his wife. '
Dr. Lavendar, who' performed the
autopsy, said the wound cduld hardly
have been self-lnfllcted.. -. .-. i
' Widow Tostiries. V
Mrs. Rustln followed Lavcndar and
repeated her Inquest . testimony. : , She
explained she was awakened by a shot
and found sher husband lying , op A
porch chair,'; Her husband declared:
"A man shot me.". She declared she
did not see the pistol. There never
'was ,on in ,.the house and "fehe never
knew Rustln to carry a gun. She had
fine, control of herself, except "when
speaking of her husband's connection
with Mrs. Rice. Mrs. Ruatln's voice
dropped ' to a - whisper ln answering
the county" attorney's 'questions. She
said, her I husband murfnured, "Oh,
Polly, Polly. Polly." She was asked
whom- he imeant and she replied: "I
know;now"but uidrt'l; know then. Pol
ly was Dr.' Rustln'a pet name for Mrs.
Abble Rice." Mrs. Rice remained In
the matron's room during the widow's
testlmonyand was'very nervous. . Mrs.
Rustln urged her daughter to Iteep
her nerve and whispered encourage
ment when she seemed to be failing.
She was on the stand a half hour.-
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unmi " UtbLHntU lit
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directors within five days. The club
refusing to ' play off the tie Is sub
ject to a fine of $1000 and not allowed
to play until the fine Is paid. New
Tork will not pay the fine, but ; the
game scheduled for today will 1 )
played. The whole matter Is up to
the directors. '
WHY NOT TUT
uivea prompt and positive relief In
vry case. Bold by druggists, Price
$1.00. Trial package by mall 10
Williams Mfg. Co., Props.
For aale by
A. T. HILL, Druggist.
Good time to build a house beforo
, the sawmills get too busy filling east
ern orders, says the Eugore Guard
0 TE T
Seattle, ept. 24. As th , officers
were' surrounding an old cabin on the
tide flats last night, preparatory to
making a raid for supposed counter
feiters, the shack suddenly burst Into
flames. The building and contents
were destroyed. While the officers
were watching the flames, George
Pearson, a suspicious character, whose
picture is In the rogues' gallery, ap
peared on the scene and was arrested.
Several meta) bars were found on his
person when searched.
riot gamo Is declared a tie .
Large Frchnian Clan. ,
Eugene, Sept 23. Up to 4 o'clock
last evening -251 students had regis
tered with Registrar Tiffany at the
University -of Oregon. These were
nearly all new students, the old stu
dents waiting till later in the week to
refflPttr, and even some of the new
students are waiting. This la an In
crease of 75 or 80 over tho first day's
registration lat year. Registrar Tif
fany estimates that the enrollment of
students for the year will reach 600,
Judging from the first day's registra
TH Wt -- KILLED
Webb City, Mo., Sept. 24. Three
were reported killed and many hurt In
a wreck on the 'Frisco train for St.
Louis at New Carthage. The' train
went over an embankment 80 feet
high Into Spring river. A relief train
has left here for the scene of the accident.
R Most mm
That new Heating Stove is the tiling that should be uppermost
in your mind Jut now. To get the proper size, suitable stji
and right .construction is most important. :; s: ..
Qualities meeting all these requlrenicnU will be found la 0w
awviHmcnt, at prlecu to fit any rxx-ketbook. , :: .. -,.
. We have the largest and most complete line in the city,
iu show you and see If you don't agree with ns. ;; ; t.
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! BAY & ZWEIFEL
: Plumbers and Tinners
: Pump Work and Gutcr;WorK a Specialty
Let us furnish you with an estimate
on your work. '. No order too large or
small lor ou" best attention. Let us
reline that old stove. At a slight ex
1 pense we can make it as good as new
! BAY & ZWEIFEL
2U: DEPOT STREET
THE ONLY PURE KIND
The only kind of Ice that we ban ale in retail trade Is artificial
made from pure artesian water the only pure Ice In the city. A delittr
wagon will bring thU PURE ICE to your door on notification by telephoi.
or otherwise. To regular patrons ou r prices are one-half cent per pousi
NATURAL ICE handled In wholesale lots. Look out for the Grandj to
wagon. Thone Black B71.
ItlE Kf 1
How lo Gel Strong.
P. J. Daloy, of 1247 W. Congress
St, Chicago, tells of a way to become
strong. He says: "My mother, who Is
old and was very feeble, Is deriving so
much benefit from Electric "Bitters,
that I feel it Is my duty to tell those
who need a tonic and strengthening
medicine about It. In my mother's
case a marked gain In flesh has re
sulted. Insomnia haa been overcome,
and ehe la steadily growing stronger."
Electric Bitters quickly remedy stom
ach, liver and kidney complaints.
Sold under guarantee at Newlln's dm
there Is nothing nicer, more re
freshing or invigorating than
glass of our pure and sparkllnl II
MALTINA. It Is a triumph of 41
the brewer's art and Instantly 41
makes friends when first tried
It Is a great thirst quencher
and It is also good when not
thirsty. As a tonic to the we
and convalescent It Is fr1'
recommended by physicians o
account, of Its wholesom
strength. Absolutely non-lnto
All Orders Delivered at your Home. ;, Also all Ceslcri
Bure, BuUd sow.