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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 2, 1909)
ITENIXH OifB.fBTEBV f-.l GRANTZ,OREGON.
8ATURDAT, OCTOBER 1909.
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Everybody will be there with their sisters and their
cousins and their aunts.
I his Week
If you want to be in it you must be dressed, for the
"THE .-PEOPIFS OTfllOT"
is prepared to fit you out to the Queen's taste
Everything in Ladies '.. ' hing in Men's Wear
The Latest in Ta a , r ssy Suits, Hati, Shirts
puits, Cloaks, and Skirts. Ties, Etc.
Shoes For Everybody
What more can you want? Come and See. Wf Have it
E PEOPLE'S STORE
Opera House Block La Grande, Oregon
DR. M. P. MENDELSOHN
j DOCTOR OF OPTICS.
i Is permanently located at 1105
, Adams avenue, opposite postoffice.
Never have I had the connection
between headaches and eye strain
brought home to me more forcibly
than during this week. .
Ou of the cases that have visited
me during the past few days, over a
dozen have come because of severe
headaches, and this ajthough their
vftlon wai perfect or nearly so.
They felt that eye strain must be
at the bottom of the trouble, and bo
came in order that, after the most
earefull scientific testing, glasses
might be supplied, and tho cause of
all the trouble removed.
If you suffer from headaches If
the print blurs when reading, If
j ou cannot sew or knit an once yon
bid lt h certain that fje strain I
Why should 70U 'a..t lo worry
along with bad eyes sua suffer head
aches and other disorders, which are
caused by eye strain! when Dr. Men
delsohn will give you entire relief for
a comparative small cost and guaran
tee satisfaction n every respect.
Dr. Mendelsohn is endorsed by all
of the physicians of the city and all
the leading occullsts of Portland.
Every rase is seen by me personally.
If you want
Sugar Cured Ham
or some, of
phone to the
City Grocery and Bakery,
Bell Phone, Main 75 . Independent 241
Dr. J. W. Bernard of Joseph, came
wn today on his way to Portland.
William Ormond returned to his
me in Newburg last evening.
J. A. Arbuckle returned this morn
g from a week's visit to the Seattle
The new pastor of the BaptlHt
bureh tomorrow at 11 a. m., and to-
orrow evening again.
W. F. Patterson of Nebraska, is
aong the new comers in the Grande
onde and will locate permanently.
Jackson Wright, a prominent far-
er of Lower Cove, is a business vlsl-
r In the city today.
Miss Anna Alexander, stenograph
in the county clerk's office has re-
irned from a visit to Omaha, Neb.
George Ruckman drove to the city
fJay with Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Coch-
n, who have been visiting friends
Bridge Superintendent Campbell
ent to Pendleton today, where he
111 attend the closing day of the
Mrs. S. A. McNlsh and son Master
am will return in the morning from
week's visit with Mr. and Mrs. E.
Kirtley at Pendleton.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Budge and
laughter Miss Syd, will leave in the
'ornlng for a month's visit with rela
tes In Illinois.
Tom Dawson left last night for Sa
na. Whnra ha will antar thn medical
jepartment of the Willamette Univer-
Mrs. R. w. Walker leaves tomor-
to Join her husband at Lostine,
Pr. IV. D. McMillan
a Grande National Bank Bldg.
where he has several house- moving
contracts which will keep his at that
place for several weeks.
Mrs. Ivanhoe came out ' iy from
Enterprise, to attend the eting of
the Neighborhood club of which she
is the retiring president, Mrs. lyp.n
hoe will return to Enterprise, where
Khe is .teaching tomorrow.
Miss Addie Knapper of Joseph,
came out todays to visit her sister,
Mrs. Colon R. Eberhard, and her little
nelce Miss Eberhard.
G. W. Fisk of Pilot Rock, came
through today on his way to Wallowa
on business connected with his ex
tended sheep interests.
Where to Catch Band Wagon.
All county and city officials togeth
er with the speakers for Monday
night, will meet at the Commercial
club at 7:30 Monday evening, to take
their places In the parade to the ex
III IE DiSTRES
ALL SPAIN THROBS WITII MUCH
FEAR AND TREMBLING.
Queen's Own Regiment of Lancers
Delegated to Quiet Atatlng Moors.
MADRID, (Via HendayenJ Oct 2.
With the entire Spanish force In Mo
rocco penned almost helplessly In the
Mellilla peninsula, all Spain Is howl
ing for a cessation of hostilities. The
war office today admitted the situa
tion is desperate and has ordered 15,
000 additional troops Moroccoward.
The significance of the seriousness of
the situation was shown when a de
tachment of the Queen's own regi
ment of lancera was ordered to Me
llilla. While Information is being sup
pressed, it is believed the Moors have
the upper hand. They are controll
ing the hills skirting Mellilla, and
are making a general advance on the
Spaniards today." It Is probable Gen
eral Wefler will be called upon here
to quell the International disorders.
The Bluo Mountain iboys to the
number of 16, were entertained at the
homo of Mr. and Mrs. John Frawley.
The election of officers for the first
quarter resulted In Fritz Lottes, pres
ident; Eoy B. Currey, secretary; Ar
thur Wallington, treasurer; secretary
athletics, Harry Frawley; secretary
Sunday school, Chester Little; lite
rary secretary, Howard Richardson..
The boys have rented a room in the
Mahaffey building, which they are
fitting up. The Presbyterian boys
have accepted their challenge for a
Joint debate and" there will be things
doing before long in several lines.
The informal party last evening at
the Elks' hall was a decided success
from every standpoint. About fifty
couples were present and all enjoyed
the evening Immensely.
The Rambler Art club will meet at
the home of Mrs. Scemann on the af-
terpoon of Monday, October 4th.
Do your eyes trouble you when
: reading or studying after night? Do
you have headaches or dlzzyness or
Irritated smarting or 1 watering eyes
or granulated lids? Do you. get sick
riding? All of these ailments are
caused by the eyes bing out of
shape, too long or short (near or far
sight), unevenness of tho front or
cornea, (Ostlgmatlsm of the eyes, al
so. by the effects of age, which causes
our near point of vision to farther and
farther away each year ' after ten
years t)f age till finally we have to
put on glasses to bring it back to a
If you have any of these troubles
call on me, I will furnish glasses, the
most up-to-date styles and best spe
cially ground lenses at a price much
less than the traveling opticians
charge, and I give your eyes a double
test by different methods with differ
ent Instruments, one test proves the
I guarantee all my work. I make
no charge for testing where glasses
are not required or' when I Dt glasses.
Give me a trial and be convinced.
H. W. HEWITT,
Optometrist & Jeweler.
1212 1-2 Adams ave., La Grande, Ore.
Error In Catalogue,
Rule No. 52, which was the custom
several years ago, but withdrawn
three years ago, requires 25 per cent
of the premium as entrance fee, ap
pears by mistake in the fair cata
logue. Ten per cent of the first
premium Is all that Is required.
Mrs. Pattlson Critically I1L
Mrs. Herbert Pattlson was operated
on at the Grande Ronde hospital this
afternoon. It is understood she Is
In a very critical condition.
The following Is a telegram from
Attorney Turner Oliver representing
La Grande In the Spokane rate ease,
now in progress at Spokane which
wll Hell the good news to the people
of La Grande regarding the reduction
of rates to this city:
Evening Observer, La Grande, Ore.)
Plaintiffs testimony in strong case
defendant companies now testifying.
They already concede substantial re
ductions in the rates. Baker City and
Pendleton are not represented, v
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Tickets on Sale Oct 4
GOING LIMIT TEN DATS.
RETURN LIMIT NOT. 50th.
CHOICE OF ROUTES.
THROUGH LIMITED TRAINS
BLOCK SIGNAL PROTECTION
MODERN PASSENGER EQUIP
MENT. SUPERB DINING-CAR 8ER
TICE. WM. McMURRAY,
, Gen. Pas. Agent Portland, Ore.
J. H. Keenoy, Agent, La Grande
Place your orders for coal, future "
or immediate delivery. It you will .
give the fuel problem a little consid Y"irir1 il
eratmn, It will show you that the' VJrcUlUC .', , i :JU v!CZ
early purchaser will save money, o t O
Take advantage of the storage rates. ASlSIl '
FEED New alfalfa hay now in.
Both phones Main 8. '
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The cnune of all skin diaeaaes Can be traced to some humor or acid In
the blood; the cuticle is always healthy where tho circulation is free from
Impurities. When the blood is infectad wita acrid or unhealthy matter it
cannot perform Its natural work of nounsliing tho slun. regulating its tern
pcrature and preserving its normal' roftnoss, pliability and healthfulnoss.
Instead It irritatoa and inflames the dolieat fibres and tissues around the
pores and eland3 and produces some of tho may forms of skin disease
Tho itching und stinging so often accompanying skin uilectlons are produced
by tne do:oRit from trie- blood of tho acrid humors with which it is fillod.
Into the sonsi'lve membranous flnsli lyins Just beneixth tho outer covering
and surrounding the countloss nerves, pores and glands. This explains wliylj
jcratchLig tlio outer .skin affords no relief from the Itching and burniag.J
3. S. S. Diseases of every character by purifying the blood. It
eofi3 dowi i'lti tho circulation au l rsmovea tho humo:-3 or uUs which nn'
causing tho trouble, builds up the vnx, acrid blood, and permanently cures'
Y0i7 variety of sl:In affection. Local tpp lections can onlv soothe ; thny
never euro bicauai thoy do not reach the bloc 1. S. S. S. poos rlgiit into Uit,
strcnlatlon, roaches the troublo and cures it by ri..U'.v;nj the cause. Boole'
u Skin Di'-Pnmn and any medical advice free to ml . -trite. i
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recommends every Ingredient of E-RU-SA. Drag laws make "false or
misleading statements'' a crime. Therefore the sale of all old or nar
cotic pile medicines is Illegal because they effect the brain and spinal
narrow; produce constipation and never cure. Only druggists ol
highest standing sell and endorse E-RU-SA. , '
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