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The Leading Jeweler
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Will, for the next 60 days dispose of the stock ofjewelery carried by J. R. Smith,
which he bought from the Trustee in Bankruptcy. You can get a
$2.00 Alarm Clock for from - 50c to $1.50
$2.50 to $37. Fancy Clock from $1. to $20.00
and Silverware, Cut Glass, Fancy Toilet Articles, Hand Painted China as well
as a selection froma fine assortment of first quality rings, pins, bracelets,
chains, lockets or anything carried in a first-class ewelery store. Call early
and have the first choice. Opposite the United States Land Office.
tt. 99. ........ Itlf tlMriMIIIItl(IiUi
Woods Liver Medicine la a liver reg
Iator which brings quick relief to
sick headache, constlputiun, bilious
ness and other symptoms of liver dis
orders. Particularly recommended
ior Jaundice, chills, fever, malaria.
The $1 size contains 2 times as
A much as the 60c size. Sold at Silver
thorn's Family Drug store.
In the Justice's Court for the La
Grande Justice of the Peace and
Constable District, Union Coun-
j? . ' ' ty, Oregon.
Wadhams & Kerr, plaintiff, vs. W.
T.. Amos, defendant.
To W E. Amos, the above named De
In the name of the stute of Oregon,
you are hereby required to appear in
the above entitled court and action on
r before the 2tth day of April, 1909,
the same being full six weeks after
the first publication of this summons,
and if you fall to appear and answer,
'the plaintiff will take Judgment
against you In the sum of $43.60 and
outs and disbursements herein. The
suld sum of $43.60 being the amount
due the plaintiff.
Tlis summons Is published by order
f the Hon. A. Stewart, Justice of the
Peace for the La Grande district, in
the above erititled court Made and
entered on the 1st day of February,
1909, which order directed that said
summons shall be published not less
thin once a week for the full period
f st.x weeks in the La Grande Evo
alug Observer. The first publication
Iteroof Is made on the 12th day .f
WADHAMS A KEltrt,
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Administrator' Not li e.
Notice Is hereby given to all whom
It may 'concern, that the Undersigned
las been duly appointed by the county
court of Union comity, Oregon, as ad-
ilntstrator of the estate of William G.
Peach, lnte of Union county, Oregon,
sow deecitscd; and that all person?
having claims against said estate are
acquired to present the same with
proper vouchers to him at his resi
dence, right miles east of La Grande,
mn said Union county, for settlement,
Within six month nrter this
Dated this Ilnd day of March. 1909!
J. S. PEACH.
Administrator, Estate of V. O. Peach",
Deceased. J-21-J9. 47-14-21
C. H. FINN, Attorney.
Suit was f.lled In the federal court
yesterday by Walter Nlcdner, receiver
for the defunct Farmers & Traders'
National bank of La Grande, against
Mrs. H. M. Hassett, demanding the
payment of $3000 with interest from
December 10, 1908. Mrs. Hassett was
the owner of 3" shares In the bank, of
which the capital was 600 shares of
$100 at par. When Xlcdner became
receiver, the bill of complaint reads,
he demanded that Mrs. Hassett pay
the sum of $3000 as a proper assess
ment on 30 shares In order that. the
obligations of the bank might be
liquidated. She refused to make the
payment and the suit Is brought to
force her to pny over the amount al
leged to be due.
do not cause diarrhoea, nausea, grip
ing, excessive looseness, or other un
desirable effects. They have a very
natural action upon the glands and or
gans with which they come in con
tact, act as a positive and regulative
tonic upon the relax, dry muscular
coat of the bowel, remove Irritation,
dryness and soreness, overcome weak
ness, and tone and strengthen the
nerves and muscles, and restore the
bowels and associate organs to more
vigorous and healthy activity.
Itexall Orderlies not only cure con
Btlpatlon, but they remove the cause
of this ailment. They also overcome
the necessity of contantly taking laxa
tives to keep the bowels In normal
condition. J .
.... i liv. iitj annual tueuicitie
so good as Kexall Orderlies, especially
for children, aged and delicate per
sons. They are prepared In tablet
form and in two sizes of packages; 12
tablets, 10c, and 36 tablets, 25c. A.
T. Hill, druggist.
All parties knowing 'themselves In
debted to me, please call Immediately
and make settlement, as I am closing
out my business. My new location Is
with Carl Bros., next door to Newlln
Drug Co. O. M. HE ACOCK.
Pinesaive'"5 lltE' poultice
Carbonized rOBHB Or SKIM DISEASE
TIIKV lXJl'KK CIIII.DItK.V.
Ordinary Cathartics ami Pills and
Hurli Pliyk' t'au-o J)i-.ties-.ln
You cannot be over-careful In the
selection oi mcdli-iiio for children.
Only the very gentlest bowel medicine
should ever be given. Ordinary pills,
cathartics and purgiitivcs are too apt
to do more harm .than good. They Predictions about set ting up the new-
cause griping, nausea and other dis-, engines held in 'the local vards for
iressing after-effects that are f rr- ; euwral months, have come true and
queutly health destroying and a life-! engine No. J119 went into service to
lasting nunovciiu'v. j day. The other two will be set up at
We personally recommend and guar-1 once to meet demands for more power
nntee Itexall Orderlies as the safest out of this point.
and most dependable remedy for con-j It is very likely that the setting up
stipation an dsss.u l.ite bowel disor- j of the new engines has been ordered
ders. We hae such absolute fuitli In ; by reason of the new iussnrp imin
RINGS DYSPEPSIA TABLETS
the supreme virtue of this remedy
that we sell it on our guarantee of
money .luu k in every instance where
It falls lo give entire satisfaction, and
we ure all in need of such medicine
to try It at our risk.
Itexall Ordeilies contain an entirely
new insredlcnt which Is odorW.
tasleles and colorlesn. It embraces
all the beat qualities of the soothing,
laxative, strengthening and healing
remedial active principles of the bent
known Intestinal regulator tonic.
Rexall Orderlies are extremely
pleasant te take, are rartlcularly
prompt and agreeable la action, may
be take at aay time, day er Might:
that are soon to go into service over
the O. n. & N.
Practically every man In the ma
chine shop and round house force Is
held to work constantly this month,
further evidence of the great rush of
Ml Permanent Juror Selected.
San raneisco, March 25. After a
week's examination- of many 'venire
men In the trial of Patrick Calhoun,
president of the United Rallroade.
James C. Gorman, a carriage painter,
was today rhnsen temporary Juror,
making six permanent and four tem
X 4 44M444$4$4k.
BLUE MOUNTAIN HOUSE
T. J. CRAY. Prop.
I Board by the week
$5.00 and up
One block from depot.
ONLY HOUSE IN THE
CITY EMPLOYING WHI1E
TRY 0 U R SERVICE
44 -i .-sr4V4M
est at the rate of 9 per cent per an
num on $29.15 thereof from October
16, 1907, and on $16.50 thereof from
the 13th day of January, 1909, and on
$108.50 thereof from April 22nd, 1908,
and for plaintiff's costs and disburse
ments; and the plaintiff will further
take an order of said court directing
the sale of the property now held un
der attachment, to-wit: 150 cord of
wood, and the application of the pro
ceeds of said sale to the satisfaction of
This summons is published in the
Evening Observer, a daily newspaper
of general circulation, printed and
published in La Grande, Union coun
ty, Oregon, by virtue of an order of
Iho Hon. A. Stewart, Justice of the
peace and Judge of the above-entitled
court, made and entered on the 15tli
tlay of January, 1909.
Justice of the Peace
COCHRAN & COCHRAN,
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
BCSSEY'8 HACK LINE.
Best of service, Day and 4)
Night Hacks furnished for 4
4 funerals and private parties.
Baggage transferred Day and
Night and Sundays. 4)
Stand at Paul's Cigar Store. 4)
'Phone Red 241. 4)
Night 'Phone Main 26.
E. L. BCSSEY. 4)
For Diseases of the Skin.
Nearly all diseases of the skin such
as eczema, letter, salt rheum and bar
bers' itch, are characterized by an in
tense itching and smarting, which of
ten m.tkes life a burden and disturbs
sleep and rest. Quick relief may be
had by applying Chamberlain's Salve.
It allays the itching and smarting al
most instantly. Many cases have been
cured by its use. For sale by all good
In tho Justice's Court for La Grande
District, .Union County, Oregon.
J. V White, plaintiff, vs. William
To William Dy. Defendant above
In the name of the state of Oregon
you are hereby required to appear and
unswer the complaint filed against you
In the above-entitled court and action
on or before Trie expiration of the
time prescribed In the order of said
court directing the publication hereof,
to-wit: PI consecutive weeks from the
date of the first publication of this
Summons, which Is March 9, 1909, and
If you fall to appear, answer or other
wise plead within the said time, the
plaintiff will take Judgment against
yeu la the sum of $154.11, with later-.
Changed His Location.
All parties wishing a first-class
workman to repair their watches and
Jewelry, will find O. M. Heacock lo
cated with Carl Bros., at Huelat's oIJ
Hiaii lug uone promptly, it
"Tastes LiKe Maple"
Said a twoot little (rirl who tried It on
hot cakra. It tastes Ilka maple on all
klnOaot bread and cakes.
laadellclooa blend of smrarCne
rup, Corn Sjrrup. Houej aod
Toarcrocr has H-twk him today
DOW to iret euLont tt'iM
The Towle Maple Srrop Co.
WHT MOT TRT
tilves prompt and positive relief r
eviry case. Sold by druggists. Price .
$1.00. Trial package by mall 19
Williams Mfg. CK, Props.
- Cleveland ,
. For sU- by ,
A. T. HILL, Druggist.
DO YOU KNOW:
that your title is gocd?
An abstract will tell you I
all about it and it may be j
to your advantage to have j
"one made. You cannot S
afford to take
J R. OLIVER:
La Grande National Bank I
Bale crted on short notice.
No extra chara-a for distance.
LA GRANDE - - - OREGON
Route No. I 'Pkone No. 19