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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 2, 1909)
From a small beginning the sale and
aae of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
GLOKGE IL Cl"KKT.
EDITOR A.VD PIiOPEICTGE.
laited Press Ttlfgraik Stnkt.
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will Coc t Trl, .77,,. ? rr6 Br0" B" Rtr 1 eroded to all parts of the Un!t4
Urp la ihj- are brrt
errors are the Others of the show plans, aid 'States and to many foreign coon trie.
' - er was appointed entry i Why 7 Eecause it has proTed especl-
cera. ah entries for tie show! ally valuable for coughs and colds.
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fM for th . I ul'urB Luue mention- . ror saie Dy au good dealers.
fiLtiUiTION RATE3: . . - "7 " t aUe a premium sum for the la- WHY NOT TRY PO PRAM'S
tr?' mf,e !t cm.r : :r 'TK that via E I asthma kuidt.
vuiT. per mocm C5c T71 " w' li"w' "j" ror lhe ner. Judrg from in- i
JW wcru SO iOT.e iifrt that ! j - . ... . I
ifluly, six months ia advance ...I3.S0
Daily, cue year in adrance
Weekly, six months in adrance . . 75c
Weekly, one year is advance ....$1.00
Entered at the poeto2ce at La Grande
as secood-claas matter.
This paper will not publish any
article appearing orer a noss d
pluaae. Signed article will be re
vised subject to the discretion of the
editor. Please sign your articles and
wflooih fn,iirMi , r - S spjencua ar- Gives prmpt and positive relief In i
with a large lumxTTrh r. " fatW3 'ry ca Sold by druggists, price :
to have Ss glis c ftlZT?? ? Sr0miDR the,r t0 fa the l 1 TrU1 ' " !
JA Jh!.?S f8 qUJd- i 6ibie 'or the fray. j William-. i!fg. Co. Pron. Oeveland. !
lty, and secared XA
pair of glasses and
In another family.
135 lor two pair win
Display ad. rates furnished apoo p
Local reading notices 10c or Uie
first insertioa; Sc per line tut eath
Reeolation of condolence. &c a line.
Nothing but a downpour of rain
will prevent th rw f'rnn':- ex
position from being the best fair held
for years, and the attendance many
thousand In excess of previous rec
ords. There is an opening for the organi
zation of an accident insurance com
pany doing an exclusive business with
automobile patrons. The injuries in
. autos during the auto season in pro
portion to the travel is much grater
than by rail.
Just one more month of home seek
ers rates, one month having passed.
We have been used to heavy travel
for so many months that little atten
tion has been paid to the present rate.
This has be-n a great year for the
Northwest, thousands upon thousands
have viuited this section, whiie thou
sands have become resident)!, thou
sands nior". ezpett to plan on return
ing to their hotnes. These will also ai t
as rclBMionari'-ts, they have viewed the
projr.li-fcd land, tasted' of our fruits, (
and wt-n our f'-rtile valleys. !
, .'tA, ! j
Harvm la drawing to a close. The!
exceptionally die weather has been
.advantageous to man and beant. A
fanner who ha lived here many
yearn, htaUrd yemerday the present
seawjn was I. T--aiiiH (loins twen- j
ty p:r -iit umr; work th! il k-a-1
son than .ould he a M'ii.lk-ih-.-d thir-
l.ig t un ' our warm summerf,. The
pric e of erair? remains about the Haine
the lotal mills buying home, but the
bulk is being h'l-1 for a blight ad
vance. A few du; more and the
largest m ever Kas.heri-d in Triion
county -will be saWy hour.-d in the
warehous"B ready for imaied;!.. ship-'
Bient wli-ri t!ie Kniw-rs desires.
proven that any of our local opticians
would have furnished the identical
duplicates for $7.50 per pair. There
Is hardly a week but what some of
these men alight from the train and
make a bous to house canvas 3. se
cure what few. orders they can and
leave on the night train. These men
must pay a licence In the future and
If the ordinance is enforced, will keep
most of them out.
During fair week a bench show, the
first of its kind in the city, will be
held in connection with the fair, ac
cording to action taken by dog fan
ciers last evening. Over 50 canines
are already entered and there is room
for many more. Entries will be re
ceived up to 5:20 Tuesday evening,
and on the following morning the
dogs will go on exhibit at the exhi
On Friday competent judges will
award the prizes, and on Saturday
,ur fen It Is believed that the movement
be so popular that It will be
come a permanent and vearlv feature
of the city" entertainment.
Later it was
Sotice U Pa tress.
Subscribers not receiving their pa
pers regularly or If It Is not delivered
as It should be, wfll confer a great fa
vor by notifying the ofSbe. Unless you
do so we have no knowledge but what
the delivery service is satisfactory.
The time of the year Is now here when
proper delivery Is essential. No sub
scriber wants to dry out their paper.
neither do we want them to. If the
paper is delivered properly it Is not
1 Sprained Imkte.
As usually treated a sprained ankle
will disable the Injured person for a
month or more, bat by applying Cham
berlain's Liniment and observing the
directions with each bottle faithfully,
cure may, in most cases, be effect!
Ia less than one week's time. This
liniment is a most remarkable prep,
a ration; try It for a sprain or a braise,
or whea laid np with chronic or mus
cular rehumatlsm, and yon are cer
tain to be delighted with the prompt
relief which it affords. For sale by
all gooa cealers.
Ohio. A. T. HU1. Druggist.
If you have never Lad H. L. W1XN
clean, press, aye or repair your (
clothes, give him your next order. j
Ladies' Silk and Net
Waists a Specialty
Phone, Blach ff 1 and Ind. ill. In th
rear of C C Penairgton's clothing
Guaranteed FsbUe Land Scrip.
The C. 3. Ttowers Co.. Miles City,
MonU agents for Northern Pacific
Land Scrip, will select for yon any
vacant, non-mineral, government
land. Write them for particulars.
STOVES AND RANGE
Sash Doors Shingles
J. A. OLITEB. A
Gasoline wcod saw.
Phone orders to Black 1851.
F. L. LILLY.
HARDWARE AND CROCKERY
Where locml business) men are
co-operating and buying stump
lands preparatory to setting
commercial orchards. vor par-
Ucnlars regarding good orchard
lands at very low prices call or
SLOUGH INVESTMENT CO.
Real Estate, Invee&uenta. Loans 4
WUnKIts .Ml M' PAY .
, ,-..-.!x-,t r- ... ..u nn.j.1,1. .hi,. . ,1. 1 i . .1 p.TOHni .11 II . i II HHIHI, II 111. Mil 1 1 . mil. .m'.H I. IPIW
Ordin tince No. 14, wh!' h jir(tvideH
for the li ensiiiK ff pedlfis will pr
tect the i':h!!c In a number of way,
pfKHiLI m more f) than in u very
jtreat itjiivijre iirotilbiiintr tt-av-lint;
opticla'is. Th re Is no ;u..i ion but
what tbh i y and cnunty ban been
grafted out of thousand of dollars
by tlui-" ho Ui.tkf H Imu.ie to bouso
canvass, ( hart'hiK t!e and three
times as mudi a.M in-nnanently lo
cated r.'!iall ojimi i,.i;s of La (irande.
The UMial siu!f of these traveling
men Is from 1 12 to J.'.., uverasliiK
Monday, Oct. 3, to Saturday Oct. 16
WE WILL PLACE ON SALE 400 WALTHAM
AND ELGIN WATCHES IN SOLID GOLD GOLD
FILLED. SILVER AND SILVERINE CASES.
EVERY YEAR WE HAVE BEEN IN BUSI
NESS WE HAVE GIVEN OUR ANNUAL SALE
OF WATCHES AND HUNDREDS OF PEOPLE
HAVE TAKEN ADVANTAGE OF THEM, SO
IF YOU NEED A WATCH IT WILL PAY YOU
m?T0 COME IN AND HAVE A TALK WITH US.
WE WILL SAVE YOU MONEY.
YYutrh our window for the big
watch ill-pl;iv, Sunday, October 3rd.
IDAHO CMtVf ACIVLMD
Is Mow Open
The Idaho Irrigation Co.; Ltd.
OFFERS 20,000 'JRES AT $35 PER ACftE, AD
JOINING THE TWIN FALLS TRACT. EASIEST
KIND OF TERMS. LAND NOW OPEN FOR ENTRY,
0. R. & N. Watch Inspectors
GEORGE PALMEE, President C. S. WILLIAMS, 2nd Asst Cashier.
F. J. HOLMES, Vice-President W. H. BREXHOLTS, Asst Cashier
r. L. METERS, Cashier.
La Grande National Bank
Of La 3rande Oregon
CAPITAL AMD SURPLUS?L$I70,OUO
united; states depository
. M. Berry J, D.;Katheson F. J. Holmes F. M. Brykit
C. C. Pennington F. L. Meyers peo L. Cleaver
W. t Brenholts George Pahrwr
STEWARD OPERA HOUSE
II. 6. STEWARD MANAGER.
OLIVER J. ECKHAKDT.
One Week, Commencing
MP' OCT 4
THE ECKHARDT COMPANY
MISS JOSEPHINE DEFFRY
In a splendid selection of high-class plays, change of plays each
night MONDAY, NIGHT OCTOBER 4th.
"The Captain and the Lady."
Prices 10c, 20c, and 30c.
Beats can be reserved at Van Durcn'a Cigar store. Omitting Thurs-day night, October 7th.
Thos. Bruce Manager.
The Dramatic Stock Company
- in o
' A "FOR HER SISTERS SAKE"
A story of the stage. 4
The big military drama, "The
Girl I Left Behind Me."
BCSSETT8 HACK LIXK.
Best of senrlce. Day and
Night Hacks furnished for 4
funerals and private parties. t
4 Baggage transferred Day and
Stand at Paul's Cigar Store,
"Phone Red 141.
Night 'Phone Matu H. 4
E. Ii. BUSSET. .4
COM for $8
Weighed on City Scales.
- Rock Springs Lump or
iNut aenverea to any part
of the city Gity scales
ticket delivered with load.
G. E, FOWLER
Our Cream Wafers
ARE ALWAYS FRESH
E. D. SELDERS
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