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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 7, 1908)
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' 1 dldat has'not yet appeared. It
to rV nator Fulton, but he either says
I that he will not nor that be t. out
! announces tronn aversion to heading
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2 .the fl(hU
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1 iCTEfU OUR STORE is as full or new law gooes as u
:l LlD 1 ON: win hold. Every line of Fall's newest style die-::
tates is represented here. We brought mese gooas nerc uaun :i
2 vfz needed thenvbecause you needed them. We expected an ex-::
zi optionally large fall trade and we are getting it These goods ::
ZZ F,,a"J d r u.. 4k IW A har firm Wfc
:r sent stocK in oruer 10 gei u urn u. ----
M...M..AMf.. oil ,Winrf Nnvpmber-everv davfrom now until ue
rt manv soecial bargain onces nere. we
:i know that bargain prices do move things. This entire stocK .:
:: is now on me move.
llco of Portland. and gets
the same response.
Some talk is heard of S. A. Loll
of Pendleton and ome of V. C. Ilaw-
ley. representative -In conyrew f r m
the Flrat district. M. C. George of
Portland la at 111 another, also C. A.
Johns of Baker City. Dan J. Malarkey.
M. L. Plpea and & B. Huston of Port
land and othera.
will put up all the fight he can to beat
Chamberlain and to elect republi
can. Ralph William, national com
mitteeman, announce that he will do
the aame. after the presidential elec
tion. . Foe of Chamberlain look to
Fulton to lead the fray and he ap
pear a 1U natural chief and direc
tor. Aa evidence of the people' wish to
elect a republican aenator It Is quite
likely that petition will be directed to
member of the legislature, aigned by
elecotr and circulated generally
throughout the atate. Spokesman-Review.
The value of a prescription depends upon the prompU
ness with which it reaches the sick room . , ;
"Do It Now"
is the motto which stands for much in our prescription de-
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j: La Grande's Leaein Dry Goods and Clothing Emporium ;:
j The Temple of Economy
OPERA HOUSE BLOCK
LA GRANDE. OREGON
(Continued from pace I.)
j The real value of
I your property de- j
: pends entirely upon :
: the title ' ' :
A properly-; prepared J
: ABSTRACT j
will show ycu the exact J
condition cf ycur
AT O'JR Of F!CE
AND LET tS EXPLAIN
WHAT AN ABSTRACT
MEANS TO YOU
La Grande National Bank" I
. 'Xi'TBU-Jh Week.
JfiHiston, Tcjw. Nov. 7. All prep
arations have been completed for next
week's great No-Tu-Oh festival In
If uustutt. and thoununds of visitor are
rxTwrti'd In ttr city. The carnival l
afftuitg the moMt amoua of the south,
4Hd ranks next 'to the New Orleans
Vstrdl. Graa a an amusc-ment period.
On Trtal for BriUii Jurr.
Eaa Ktnclwo, Nov. 7. Attorney
Frank Murpfiy, rminsel for Ruef. will
surki trial November Von a charge
f axtemptlng to bribe John Kelly, a
-srxrvct Ruef Juror.
EWS FIIOM TKWO.
San Francisco, Nov. 7. The body of
Vet Van Ylack. aged 15. of Cove,
Ore., died under peculiar circumstances
following an operation aaid to have
been performed by Dr. O. V. O'Don
nell, who U charged with murder. She
will be -iiven a decent burial, despite
a Ulegram from (lie parents that they
would not defray the "espens.. The
parents are separated. Frank P. Van
Vlaek live at Salem. The girl until
recently lived with her mother at Cov.
She eloped with James Gibson, who
was a nested. The latter aaya the
mother h4 not consented to their
marriage and they had not been mar
ried when the girl died.
Several Ior-tor Implicated.
f clared the girl told him Dr. O'Oonnell
used an instrument on her October
! 14, : but O'Donnell say he used onI
drug. The official Inquest will be held
I Tuesday. . Dr. D. J. Ward, of ttu
Hahnamann hocpltal. where the girl
died, says he operated upon her for
appendicitis and septic trouble re
sulted from a gangrenous condition of
the appendix. Ward signed the cer
tificate giving this as the cause of tht
young girl's death. Dr. Clark, who
performed the autopsy, say the sep
ticemia resulted from the bungling
Gibson and Vesta Van Vlaok left L
Grande for San Francisco October 2
The girl was employed a a domestW
In La Grande after leaving Cove. Sh
had been keeping company with Gib
son two years. Her parent objected
to the marriage, and It wa reported
they had eloped after leaving here.
23,000 plurality for Taft In thl state
Oregon republican who are opposed
to statement No. 1 have taken Hew
hone in the belief that Governor
Chamberlain, choice of the people by
popular vote, can be defeated for
United State senator by the leglsla
ture. The Oregonlan tomorrow morn
ing will aay:
The republican opposition to Cham
berlain need a candidate for - whom
ail Its elements can unite. That can-
4 V 4
Roy Goodnough.l in a critical con
dition at the Grande Ronde fcospltal.
After being on the way to, recovery
he ba auffered a relapse anC his
nurse and doctors entertain but few
hope for hi recovery. In fact, to
day is considered the turning point and
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and delivered as soon as Wiea. iou Know our repwauon j
for pure drugs zna carew compounding ... ... ...
Ve Carry Everything which Should be
Found in a Drug Store
MILL'S DRUQ JTORE
LA GRANDE, OREGON
txtttMtinv tai '
Amo Fries, of the United State army
engineers,, la here investigating the San
Pedro harbor and created a aensatlon
In an address delivered before the lo
cal club. He declared that million
of Southern Pacific will be ued In
preventing the development of the
harbor. He declared: .
"To be specific, the Espee la a cor
poration foreljn to the aUte. with a
charter obtained in Kentucky, with
It principal owner residing in dis
tant states, ha endeavored, and la still
endeavoring by every scheme known
if Dm 11vi the nleht througn msiA lnn-ver and d illtldans. to control
chance for ultimate recovery will be tj,e entire harbor, and event want the
bright HI family and nout oi government mill tan- reservation, oe-
frlends are ertremely alarmed at his
Andrew Neteon. the logger who sue
talned serlou Injury a ft-w weeks ago.
Is up and around today, greatly Im
proved. Oscar So ley. the Hllgard man who
ha been In the hospital, ha been ent
home, again welf
Jame Gavin I doing remarkably
wi;ll. and will oon be past the dan
ger point completely. .
ATTACKS OIL AXp RAILROADS.
Tlilnk Porfcereller and Harrlman Have
Formed New Combine.
Loa Angeles. Nov. 7. Asserting that
Rockefeller and Harrlman have com
bined to formulate a natlgn wide plan
to control all transportation, 'Captain
cause It has 1100feet'of water front
XOT A DEMOCRAT. .
RrpubUcaiM Make a Clean Sweep In
". State of Washington.
; From the return as received up to
midnight las', night, it does not ap
pear that the democrat elected a sin
gle member of the state senate last
Tuesday, and but seven members of
the legislature. There will be thtey '
hold-over democrat in the next sen
FOUND An Open. face watch, at the
Ed Kiddle home last Friday eve
ning. Owner can have sa-ne by call
ing at thl office."
Ward completes work.
Has Made Offk-UI Canvass of Tues
day' Elwtlon Returns.
County Clerk Ed Wright. Justices
of the Peace J. B. Eaton ttt Union and
Angus Stewart of La Grande, thl af
ternoon completed the canvas of the
Union county vote at the , Tuesday
presidential election. But few
change will be made In the orl'nal
estimate complied by TUe Oooerver. "
to Mr. and Mr. J. M. Koch-
ensparger. In this c'ty, at 1:4S thl af
ternoon." a 10-pound daughter
There is probably . more ., lumber
piled up In Union at the present time
than at any time during the past five
Indians Spend Freely.
Indians on the reservation have
neen coming into Bonanza until there ;
are about 100 (camped just across the
i iver from this city. . They are buying
iulte a lot of supplies from our mer-
haats and are freely spending the $50
per head recently given them by a
paternal old Uncle Sam. Bonanza '
Bulletin. . -
A Lebanon man has been convicted
eight time of violating the local op
tion law. '
T WAB OS
TO BE.T I I LTOX.
Several Candidate, ltul Fulun b Kx
' peeled to Ix-il.
Portland. Ore.. Nov. 5. vith the
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stops Irregularities, strengthens the urinary organs and builds up the.
of the kidneys so they will perform their functionspropeny. Healthy 'kidneys
the ImmriSes from the blood s it passes through them. Diseased kidneys do not, and
he Sinous wte matter i8 carried b the drculatioa to eery part of tUbody,
dSerst bacScfe. stomach trouble . sluggish
If vou have anv sums of Kidney or Bladder j rouble commence taking FOLEY J,
KIDNEYCUReVI onceas It will cure a slight disorder in a few days and prerent a
. . . 7 v. i , -t,. -n4 hr.ifit the whole System. .
lacai maiaay. xi w --" ' -
How to Find Out.
Ton can easily determine If your kidneys art
out or order by aettlag asid for hours a
bottle of the arina passed npon arising. Ir
upon examination it ! cloudy or otiky or na
a brick-dust sediment or small paitides Boat
about in it, your kidney ara diseased, and
FOLEY'S K'DNEY CURS aboui: be takea
G. 8. Burhans Testifies After Four Tears
G. B. Burhans of Carlisle Center, N. writes:
Aboat four rw mo I wite ytm tana th t had
ured mt a mm ktdMjr troub!. by taklag Ins thaa tw bettW mt
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