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LOCAL ITEMS. ,
unty court Is In session and will
ntll Friday,, possibly longer.
fj. Scroggln la a Wallowa city
ir today. ".. .
irmer Representative ' : Herman
ischlld of North Ppwder, Is a bus-
i visitor In the city today.:
ats are now .on sale at Van Bu-
i for the "Holy City'' at the Stew
's -opera house Friday night.
frputy Sheriff Georgn Ltndgren re-
jd this morning from Salem,
jj-e he was on official business.
f unty Commissioner J. M. Selder
over from Cove this morning to
nd county court.
C. Skiles of Walla Walla, Is In
city on his way to La Grande.
flleton Tribune, v
itorney Robert H. Lloyd of Elgin,
ire attending both county and pro-
,p!d progress is being made on the
Ovation for the M. M. building on
Writ Oldenburg Is suffering con-'
rably from a sprained knee, not
jistandlng that the accident occur-
a month ago.
leorge E. Wells, of the Sandrldge,
this morning to spend a few days
Baker City, and may possibly visit
rnt river before returning.
K. Wright left this morning for
.e, but primarily for the King Hill
rfgation project. eevru inner
m this city will go Friday.;
j ins nun uttn mi lueui year lor lail
Anting as a result many of the far
jrs are through sowing. The rains
jly In the season placed the ground
fine condition. . '
Several anchors, ranging In weight
m 750 pounds to 1020 pounds, were
en through the city this morning
I a freight train. They are destined
iPuget Sound points.
iTi-aln' Dispatcher. H. Swart was
jned this morning by his family, who
jve been spending the summer at
(elr beautiful home near Bingham
ition. They will remain In La
fande during the winter.
A party of Pendletonlans left today
rr Alberta for the purpose of looking
er that section. Among those In
party were Bert Huffman, Alllo,
nest and Will Knight and Dell Mc-
rty. Pendleton East Oregonlan.
Superintendent Campbell and other
inor officials of the O. R. & N., went
fest today after having gone over the
llowa extension to the end of the
a point several miles beyond
Baker City, Oct. 7. Mr. Charles
fohnson of North Powder, and Miss
Myrtle Squires, of La Grande, were
Siarrled In this city this morning. The
frroom Is one of North Powder's lcad-
)g young business men, where he Is
ngaged in the milling business. The
'Hde is one of La Grande's best known
nd most popular young ladles. The
oung couple will return to North
owder this evening, where they will
ake their permanent home.
J BRA(i WINS AGAIN. ,
Jcrits Carp In TmiHiin,- m,....i.
fc.. Bragg and J. J.. Carr this
morning played off one match In the
semi-finals that was so cloBely contest
ed throughout that It was elther's
game up to the last moment of the
-arr won the first match, while
Brag took the last two. Score, 6-7,
'- 6-2. This leaves but four players
i or the finals, namely, Messrs. George
Blrnle, William Selgrlst, E. E. Bragg
anu Ueorge L. Cleaver.
Threo Girls CmnaUfi.
Buffalo, Oct. 7. Three girls are re
ported burned to denth and four fire
men seriously Injured In a fire which
destroyed a feed store here this after
noon. The children were in the build
ing. Rescue parties are searching the
Edward White's best at
Paddock Here Thiirxriay.
Bishop Paddock will preach Thurs
day evening in St. Peter's church at
,:3. All members and those Inter
red are particularly requested to be
Present, as after the service he wishes
o hold a short conference with them
on matters of Importance.
Los Angeles, 9; Portland
Sn Francisco, 5; Oakland
NEW OFFICERS INSTALLED. '
Neighborhood Club Mot Yesterday Af-
' teroooii Vacation Ended. 1
Vacation season is over for the
Neighborhood club. ; The retiring of
ficers, with Mrs. A. T. Hill as presi
dent, entertained the club yesterday
in the old Elks' hall, and gracefully
relinquished their authority to the of
ficers for the "new year, 'Mrs. F. S.
Ivanhoe as president
Following the business session,
which was lrrgely arranging for the
entertainment of the state federation,
which meets In this city In Novem
ber, refreshments were served and a
moBt enjoyable afternoon was the re
The Neighborhood club starts off
the new year under the most favorable
circumstances. The past year was
one of pleasure and profit and the
large membership enters with enthu
siasm on the new year's work. ,'
MORRISON CASE DRAGS.
Jury Excused Wlille Attorneys Wran
gle mm Jjegai Points.
The Morrison case Is progressing
more slowly than at first thought
would be the case. This afternoon the
Jury was temporarily excused while
the attorneys wrangled over the ad
mission of a certain deposition. The
state maintains the lady making the
deposition Is too aged and infirm to
appear in court, while the defense is
putting up a strong fight to prove she
Is not. Today there Is no indication
when the case will go to the Jury.
The average life of a
ship Is about
The Rev. Dr. Parkhurst says hell
Is filled with red automobiles, theater
parties and late lunches. The New
York Herald says, "Oh Death, where
Is thy victory?"
You can buy something
called "coffee" at 10c lb
with 3000 miles of R R
freight from the roaster ;
don't. ' .
Your recr re turns yoor roone y If you don't
lik. Scliilline'i Bust' e pay him.
dr. w. d. McMillan.
Expert Gold Work a Specialty.
Special attention to children's teeth.
La Grande National Bank Building.
THE OXE BEST.
There Is one BEST In everything.
The BEST in Cured Meats are the
home-made Hams and Bacon of the
Grande Ronde Meat Co., and they're
always of the very best possible high
standard. Our new cold storage plant
enables us to handle the largest and
best variety of fresh meats sold at
retail In eastern Oregon. We maintain
the highest standard of excellence in
fresh and cured meats, and our deliv
ery Is Just a little the BEST. Lei us
supply your market wants. Both
'phones. City market on Adams ave--nue,
and Fir street market. .
GRANDE RONDE MEAT CO.
Where You Get the Best.
Cheapest in the City. Good
Meals Made Where you can
Sze it Done
EAST STYLE LUNCH ROOM
Why Schilling's Best ?
Because it is best and
your money is yours if
you think you don't find
BISSEY'S HACK LINE.
Best of service. Dav anil
Night Hacks furnished for
funerals and private parties.
Baggage transferred Day and
Night and Sundays. 4
4 Stand at Paul's Cigar Store. 4
4 'Phone Red 241. 4
4 Night 'Phone Main 25. 4
4 4 4
E. It. Bl'SSEY.
The Juwfc-out Iflow.
The blow which knocked ont Corbet
was a revelation to the prize fighters.
Fipm the earliest days of the ring the
knoek-out blow was alined for the jaw,
the temple or the Jugular vein. Stomach
punches wer thrown in to worry and
weary the fighter, but If ascientiflc man
had told one of the old fighters that the
most vulnerable spot was tho region of
the stomach, he'd have laughed at him
for an Ignoramus. Dr. Pierce 1 bringing
W.to the public a parallel fact; that
th $fcraaci Is tho most vulnerable organ
out of he pre rlns as well as in it We
protect bur hTHs, throats, feet and lungs,
but theSrfraiihve are utterly indiffer
ent to, until d!sc(Minds the solar plexus
and knocks usoutT Make your stomnch
Pjerces. ojden., .VieTlifor JicoyervVa
aJiie snot. "Golden Medical
.uic -wean siomacn,- indigestion, or
dyspepsia, torpid liver, bad, thin and Im
pure blood and other diseases of the or
gans of digestion and nutrition.
The"Golden Medical Discovery "has a
specific curative effect upon all mucous
surfaces and hence cures catarrh, no
matter whero located or what stage It
may have reached. In Nasal Catarrh It
is well to cleanse the passuges with. Dr.
Sage's Catarrh Remedy fluid while using
the 'Discovery "as a constitutional rem
edy. Why the "Golden Medical Discov
ery "cures catarrhal diseases, as of the
stomach, bowels, bladder and other pelvic
organs will be plain to you If you will
read a booklet of extracts from the writ
ings of eminent medical authorities, en
dorsing Its ingredient and explaining
their curative properties. It Is mailed
free on request Address Dr. R.V. Pierce,
Buffalo, N. Y. This booklet gives all the
ingredients entering Into Dr. Pierce's
medicines from which It will be seen that
they contain not a drop of alcohol, puro,
trlple-rfined glycerine being used Instead.
Dr. Pierce's great, thousand-page Illus
trated Common .Sense Medical Adviser
will be sent free, paper-bound, for 21 one-
rT.tmm. or rlnth-hoiimi for 31 Stamps.
Address Dr. Pierce as above.
Notice of Final Aeoeunt
Notice Is hereby given to all con
cerned that Mary E. Swauger, admin
istratrix of the estate of Emanuel
Swauger, deceased, has filed in the
county court of Union county, Oregon,
her final report as administratrix of
said estate, and that said court has set
Monday, the 2nd day of November, A.
D. 1908, at two o'clock P. M., for the
hearing of said ' report and all ob
Dated this 3d day of October, A. D.
1908. ; MARY E., SWAUGER,
Administratrix of Emanuel Swaugers
0' CONN EL'S
CIGARS AND TOBACCO
I at the right price
? CrtCT rDifie
that are soft
AMUSEMENT PARLORS i
The best Billiard and Pool I
I Tables in Eastern Oreaon
and the only Ivory Balls in
I La Grande.
A RESORT FOR GENTLENEN
I Next Door to Post Office. I
IN A H U. K R T?
THE TRANSFER MAN.
He will take that trunk to the depot
or your home In less time than
takes to' tell It
' Day 'Phone Red 761.
Night Thone, Black 1793.
WAGON ALWAYS AT YOUR
4 . ED KUtrXOIlAM, 4
4 AITCTIONKRW- a
4 Bales cried m abort notice, 4
4 Satlsfactloa guaranteed. 4
4 No extra charge for distance. 4
4 LA GRANDE ... OREGON 4
4 Route No. 2. 'Phons No, 116x6 4
WHY NOT TRT
Gives prompt and positive relief
vry case. Sold by druggists, Price
11.00. Trial package by mall 10
Williams Mfj. Co., Props.
For sale by
A. T. HILL, Druggist "
44 T T T 'V"444
500 Pair sample Shoes, Men's
We IV Save You
Last year's stock at exactiy one half the original price. These are Just the thing for
School wear and are excellent value. ,
il iSOO yds. Outing,
4- , ........
00 suits men's winter underwear samples,
: 60c on the dollar, $3.00 for $1.80 and $2.00 f
Soap 7 Bars
LOCATED ON THE MAIN LINE OP
In the Heart of the Big Bend wheat Belt
Nearly 13,000,000 bushel of wheat
raised in Lincoln Co. in 1907
There have been no failure of any town along this line between Spokane and Tide Waters. We have a
chain of five lakes and a water fall of 118 feet, generating from 10,000 to 15.000 horse power. We are In tht
heart of one of the best wheat sections of Lincoln county, with an average rainfall of 17 inches and a d
dark soil, Insuring an average crop every year. '
This is a good location for any kind of business. Now is the time to Invest. This Is no speculation It la
a real estate Investment. We have the best oil and gas Indications In the Northwest. Drills down at a d
of 100 feet struck a 10-foot vein of coal, underlaid with a strata of fire-clay, showing undisputed evidenced
oil and gas. A Standard drill, capable of drilling 5000 feet, arrived In Spokane Thursday, September 8. and la
on the grounds and In operation Jnslde of a week Six passenger trains pass Waukesha dally. One of th
largest sanatorlums in tho Northwest will be started In spring on our Medical lake the waters' of whis
highly mineralized. n ar
In order to get acquainted with the people of La Grande
We Will c
For two days oniy place every other lot in ehe residence district at ex
pense of making Warranty Deed, $4.00. Only two lots to one person
Business lots remain at $10.00, $15.00 and $25 00.. Warranty Deeds
issued at once. Taxes paid until 1910 .
R00M4. - - - HOTEL SOMMER
It Costs Nothing to Investigate
111 EVERY DEPARTMENT
50 per cent on Your Shoes for Fall t
50 Children's and Misses
Regular 12 h2c Grade Mill Ends 81 -3c it
.;, ........ j,4
The Golden Rule
u Lisy Li iih
of Waukesha, Lincoln
THE GREAT NORTHERN KAIMtO
14 Years in Business in Spokane
Hours 8 A. M. to 6;p. M. Evening 7 to 9
ico pr yard
Women's and k
lin per yd.
Al), 78 MILKS WEST OF SPOKANE.