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rrorcra obbs'bteh, la gbajdi, oexcox Tuesday, acctsi si, i3ci.
Ketfce ef luul Fair. .
The management of the First Eas
tern Oregon District Agricultural
society, wishes to announce that the
sounty fair will be held this year at
La Grande, beginning October 4th,
and lasting one week.
The new catalogue will be out. now
In a short time, the cause of the de
lay so far has been due to the effort
to get the Wallowa county people
to Join ub and combine the two fairs.
. Th'e new catalogue will be practic
ally the same as the old one, but with
- this exception, rran of ike premiums
have been raised and new features
added, and also' a large special list
-of premiums will be offered by the
business men of La Grande.
Get your exhibits rer.dy for the
largest fair that Union county has
P. M. HUFFMAN. Eec.
First E. O. DIst Agri. Society, La
For Sale. .
We have a large amount of old
papers which we must get rid of in
some way. They ere good for under
laying carpets, for covering shelves,
and anything for which waste paper
la used. They are tied in large pac
kages waiting for you. If you wish
There are several kinds
ot drilling but the kind
the kind that makes the
farm pay is the drilling
which makes water avail-
able. There is no need
of a dry farm.
The task J
is not so great as you
may think, I have had
years of experience and
i D. M. HUNT
LA GBANDE, OREGON "
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1 In 1907 the Merchants
i of Oregon saed ove
$10,000 by carry ng i part
of their nsurance in their
own company, the Oregon
Merchants Mutual Fire As- $
surance Association, of
Dayton, Oregon. In t908
they will save $15,000. I
During the same period t
their neighbors were hand-
ing over $1,500,000 in I
profits to outside companies
In iho Hronnn Merrhznfc
Mutual you get:
INSURANCE AT COST
A UM1T TO YOUR LIABIL
ITIES PRnMPTSFTTIFMFNT OF
I LOSSES 1
J 1 IV. OLIVER, Agent
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i Quick Transfer j
For Rapid Delivery Seivice
We are in poHtlon to do any
kind of transferring. Give us a
trial order. Calls answered day
Day,' Red 711.
Night, Black 1271.
Mesdames J T. Richardson and
Coopernell, chairmen of the Arron
booth at the Harvest Festival to be
given by the Riverside park asw-Ja-tion,
have the following named ladies
as their assistants: Mesdanit- Ixu
Given, Chas Noyes, J. E. 3lev-nson,
Stella Ingle, A. V. Oliver, C. H. Upton.
J. A. Whitby and Luke Ferguson. .
Any one desiring to donate a i apron
for this booth will be gratefully re
ceived by tny of the above mentioned.
HOLD INFORMAL RECEPTION
KKCKPTIOX-SOCIAL PLANNED FOR
The Jllssps Harris Will Lea?e For
School And Visit Id The Near
Future. Two events will be combined In one
tomorrow evening, when a farewell
reception to the Misses Harriet and
Jane Harris will be held at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Green in con
junction with a social evening by
members of the Epworth league of
the M. E. church. Miss Harriet Har
ris is going to "leave soon for Phila
delphia where Bhe will spend a year,
and Miss Jane leaves soon for Ellens
burg, Washington, to re-enter the nor
mal school there, and as both are
active members of the league, the
other members will seize an opportun
ity to hold an informal reception-social.
All members of the local chapter
are Invited, and in addition to the
leaguers, there will be several other
Netire of Street Improvement.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: No
tice Is hereby given, that in pursuance
of a" resolution duly passed by the
Common Council of the City of La
Grande, Oregon, on the 5th day of
August, 1909, creating Improvement
district No. 1, and designating Adams
avenue as said improvement district,
and declaring it to be the intention of
the said council to Improve all that
portion of said Adams avenue, from
the west sldo of Hemlock street east
to the city limits by macadamizing the
same, the Common Council of the City
of La Grande, Oregon, intends to levy
special assessments on the property
included in the above described boun
daries, for the purpose of improving
that portion of said Adams avenue
above described, by macadamizing the
same, in accordance with the speci
fications made by the City Engineer
and on file In the office of the recorder
of the city.
Notice is further given, that the es
timated cost of said above mentioned
improvement, is the sum of $5600.00.
Notice is hereby further given, that
the Common Council of the city will
meet on the 13th day of September,
1909, at the council chamber, at tin
hour of 8 o'clock p. m. of said day ca
consider the proposed levy of said
special assessments, and to give anj
person feeling aggrieved by reason oi
said proposed assessments, a hearing
before the council, La Grande, Ore
gon, August 27th, 1909.
Common Council of the City of La
By D. E. COX,
(A-31-9-13) Recorder of the City of La
The iwual symptoms of Scrofula are enlarged glands of the neck
Bore3 and ulcars on the body, skin affections, catarrhal troubles, wealf
eyes, and funeral poor health. The inherited poison, transmitted throuE'
the blood, pollutes and weakens this fluid, and in place of its nutritiv
qualities fills the circulation with scrofulous mat ter, which saps the vitalit
of the entiro cyr.tem. Thousands of children, boru with a scrofulous taint,
have spont their childhood in constant physical suifering, and prown to
manhood or womanhood handicapped by ill health and stunted crowth,
anl perhaps mer some disease of the bones or joint3 doveloped S S S
given in tnoir oarly life, would have prevented this. It would' h'avo
cleansed and purified the blood of the taint, nourished and stengthened
their systems, and assisted each to grow into strong, healthful manhood
or womanhood. S. S. S. is the very best remedy lor Scrofula. It goes
down to the bottom of the troublo, and cleanses the circulation ot all
scrofulous matter. It supplies the weak, diseased blood with strength
and health-building qualities, and under the purifying effects of this great
remedy all symptoms of Scrofula pass away. s. S. S. contains no minerals
in any form, and is an absolutely safe treatment for children,-even infants,
or persons of any age. Literature about Scrofula and any medical advico
trM- THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA.
-. Tor Sale. ''
Two residences, tea lots, household
effects, complete; one horse, on
phaeton, one two horse hack with
shafts; two sets single buggy har
cess by Geo. Ackles. Cash or term,
s snap. Come at once.
List of letters remaining uncalled
for at this' office for the week end
ing August 2", 1909.
Mrs. C D. Baker.
Mrs. Horace Tromblee.'
Mrs. Katie Tromblee.
John Bradford. - '
J. T. Botts. 1
Mr. Ed Bailey.
Mr. Martin Comanghty.
Mr. W. Glover.
J. H. Henry. .
Mr. Lester Johnston.
MrJ Harvey Johnson.
Mr. Fred McGovern.
Mr. R. E. Paine.
Mr. Horace Tromblee.
Mr. W. B. Wilson.
These letters will be sent to the
Dead Letter office on September 10th,
1909, If not delivered before. a
G. M. R1CHEY, P. M.
J. ALBERT KENNEDY.
Phone Red 782.
Kingsley & Coger $
Two first class workmen.
All work turned out with
dispatch and guaranteed. $
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DO YOU KNOW:
FOR CERTAIN? I
that your title is gocd?
An abstract will tell you
all about it and it may be
tc your advantage to have
one made. You cannot
afford to take chances.
J. R. OLIVER:
La Grande National Bank
THE CURE FOR
: SCROFULA '
J. B WEAVER, Prop.
Fruit, shade and or
Sherbs and Roses.
and other small fruit
Sim FOR PRICE
A Dutcher has opened the City
Blacksmith Shops and Carriage Works
opposite Geddes Bros., grocery store,
where he Is prepared to do all klnd.i
of Blacksmlthing and Wagon Work.
Well equipped to handle everything.
A shore of your patronage solicited.
All work executed with neatness and
rispatch and you will find my charges
If you have never had H. L. WINN
clean, press, dye or repair your
clothes, give hira your next order.
Ladies' Silk and Net
Waists a Specialty
Phone, Black 851 and Ind. 411. In the
rear of C. C. Pennington's clothing
AKE YOU COMING TO THE EXPOSITION
Hadn t thouht o( ii? Well, yea better hurry'
srcciAi ath on F.crs
A IXXll. EH Al'.LF, C.U" IA
We HOTEL SAVOY
SILND BV M.tL ,0 NftLKV.TlOf!
1 ITOias W MUD taHT iwumtwniM
Pinesaivens lire a foultice
SkVDOlZGCL oiof icm oibiasi
Men, as well as women, like to
don't know how to go about It.
The majority of clothing stores can't help them muck, either
they clothe them, ttis true butthey certainly dont dress them.
And That's Where This Store
We drees men well we spare no pains to do It
Clothes quality, these days, counts for as much as price In the
way of an Inducement, when asking for patronage.
EXCLUIVENESS AND EXCELLENCE IN . HATS AND HABX2- 1
It you care for clothes excel- lence, Sir, come here!
QUALITY DETEUMIKES SUCCESS.
Quality Indicates the man; Quality makes the merchant; Quality
you will remember long after the price has been forgotten. The
quality and prices of the goods piled np and scattered around
this store will tell you whether or not this is the right place to get
the right quality at the right prices.
Tes, It would be easy to go ahead and enumerate all kinds of drugs,
medicines, stationery, toilet goods, bookB, combs, brushes, etc. BBut
what's Ihe use? It Isn't Just things you're after. Tou want quality,
articles of merit, and things that are pure and wholesome.
This la not a little, dingy place. It's a drug store vlth lots of good
goods for good people. It's a drug store o tquallty, and the bMt In
.he beginning is the cheapest In the end. -Business
principles that are broad, honorable and fair to all,
form the keystone for a unite d friendship.
HILL 5 DiR U
LA GRANDE, -
A Section of Wheat Land for
Near Alicel, all or part, $50 to $60 per acre, will
foe under ditch. Write Box 5 Elgin, Oregon for the
Go to the
for your cakes and pastry for Sunday. A trial order wil
convince you that we are selling the best BREAD in thecity.
Our Ice Gream and ourSherbert is the
talk of the town
HERMAN ROESCH, Prop.
Tue abstract before you Invest It's
absolutely necessary If you wish to
avoid buvin lot of expensive lltl
gation and probable loss of the Invest
Have us draw you up an f.bstracr,
and be thoroughly posted on what you
are purchasing. We have the only
complete set of abstract books lu l'n
lon county. . Guaranteed accuracy and
LA GBA5DE IXTESTME.XT CO.
The Observer telegraph news ser
vice gets the news.
be well dressed, bet many of them J
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KoUce ot Final Settlement.
Notice Is hereby given that Jona
than Green, administrator of the es
tate of James Qreen, deceased, has
filed In the County Court of the State
of Oregon for Union County, his final
account In said estate and that said
Court has appointed Monday, the 20th
day of September, 1909, at 3 o'clock
p. m., at the Court House In La
Grande, Union County, Oregon, as the
time and place for hearing objec
tions to said final account and the
R. II. LLOYD,
Attorney for Estate.
Lakevlew feels sure that the Oregon
Rptor nnnttifr Rtnnnipr rnmes. Sa- '
side will try and provide herself w'tli'
a water system.