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WHO'S YOUR TAILOR?
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ADYA5T AGEOCS C055ECTI03S
WITH ED. T. PBICE ft CO, OP CHI
CAGO ENABLE JtS TO OFFER OX1T
STRICTLY HIGH GRADE TAILOR
ING AT A SAYESG OF $10 TO $20 OX
TRICES ORDINARILY CHARGED.
Guarantee a Correct
r ROPER STYLES, HOXEST WORK.
MAJTSHIP AND ABSOLUTE SATISFACTION.
COME IS AND SE ETHE PRICE
WOOLESS FOR FALL AND WINTER
SELECT YOUR FAVORITE FAT
TERN AND II A YE US TAKE YOUR
C. C PENNINGTON & CO
SAUERKRAUT TIME. j
Local Markets Well Filled With
Cabbage for Winter Use.
Now is the time to plan the win
ter's supply of sauerkraut The cab
bage crop is Just coming in and hun
dreds of fine heads . are bursting with
fatness and must be used at once or
spoil. For kraut making . purposes
these bursted heads are as good as
any. could be.
All lovers of the Dutch mixture
are getting busy with their brine
barrels and spades. Cabbage is now
selling for $1 per hundred. Some
gardners. however, are selling off
bursted heads, which must be used at
once, for 75 cents per hundred.
SHADE TREE PRUNING TIME
BOX ELDER VARIETY IS POP
ULAR SHADE TREE.
Care of Shade Trees Essential And
TTn fi 1
minsier mig Dale
Seventeen of the latest patterns received today
Sizes 8 1-2 by lo 1-2 - - $23.So
Sizes 9 by 12 - - . '$28.00
The Store that Saves You Money
R D. HAISTEN
Phones 641 Home 421
A 60 acre farm near the Cove, 200 acres of this Is IN CUL
TIVATION, will produce CO bushel of wheat to the acre, is
ABSOLUTELY some of the best land in the Cove district
260 acres Is hill land, fine pasture, a good portion of it la suit
able for orchard land. The price is $25,000, we can give you
good terms. We further invite you to investigate prices In
I that district and compare with this, you will find at that figure,
you are getting the 260 of hill land as a premium. We have
tracts smaller, in this vicinity, but space will not permit
further description. .
Call on us and see plats and get full description of
Now that the variagated autumn
leaves are falling shade tree pruning
time is again at hand, and many of
La Grande's fine rows of box elders
are feeling the clip of the pruning
hook. Experts at the pruning busi
ness say that October and November
are the best months for pruning
shade trees, but June and July arc
good. Care must ba taken, however,
in the spring to avoid cutting the
trees too soon for in March, April or
May the sap is flowing so freely th;it
to cut the branches would caus.
Local authorities on the subject of
La Grande shade trees state that the
oldest trees in the city are box elders.
The most numerous also are of this
hardy variety. Silver leaf poplar
seems to be next in favor, especially
among the more recent planters. Ash
and maple are also found in the city
Taking all the varieties together La
Grande is one of the most elaborately
mi beautifully shade cities in the
MAY PROVE FATAL.
When Will La Grande People Learn
The Importance of It I
Treasurer Call For City Warrants.
VANDUYN REALTY CO.
No. 220 Depot Street
You will naturally be on your feet a great deal of the time.
Nothing mars the pleasure of such an occasion as to have
shoes that do not fit -properly. We do not send that kind out
of our store.
If in need of anything In Footware, for yourself or the fam
ily, remember we are exclusive dealers in thl3 line. We not
only excell In Quality, but we are more than particular in see-
ius inai our snoes fit the feet. No making the feet fit
Bhoes that go out of ourestabllshment
SMITH & GREEN
Notice Is hereby given that there
are funds in the treasury to pay all
outstanding warrants Issued on the
general fund of the City of La Grande
up to and including No. 7180, endors
ed October 30, '07. Interest on all
warrants from No. 7096 to No. 7180,
inclusive, ceases from this date
There are also funds on hand In the
treasury to pay all warrants issued
on the water fund of the City of La
RAY W. LOGAN.
La Grande, Oregon September 23.
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Dl-
arrhoea Remedy Kerer Known
"I hare used Chamberlain! Colic
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy since
it was first Introduced to the public
In 1872 and hare never found one in
stance where a cure was not speedily
effected kr its use. I have been a com
mercial traveler for eighteen ysars.
and never start out on a trip without
this, my faithful friend, says H. S.
Nichols of Oakland. Ind., Ter. For sale
by all good dealers. -
'otice of Wtlnar of Board of
Complete equipment for resetting and repairing .
rubber buggy tires.
LA GRANDE IRON WORKS
D. FITZGERALD, Proprietor
Complete Machine Shops and Foundry
Notice is hereby given that the
County Hoard of Equalization for Un
ion County. Oregon, will attend at
the Court House at. La Grande, Ore
gon, on Monday, October 18th, 1909,
and publicly examine the assessment
rolls, correct all errors In valuation.
description of qualities of land, lots.
cr other property, as assessed by the
County Assessor, and it shall be the
duty of all persons interested to ap
pear at the time and place given.
All persons having grievance? re
garding the 1909 assessment may ap
pear before such board and present
thejr affidavits containing
of complaint. All such affidavits must
be presented during the first week of
Vie meeting of the board.
T. A. RINEHART.
Assessor for Union County, Oregon.
Backache Is oniy a simple thing at
But when you know 'tis from the
That serious kidney troubles fol
low; That diabetes, Brlglt's disease may
be the fatal end,
You will gladly profit by the follow
"Ti8 the honest statement of a suf
ferer who was cured.
Mrs. W. M. Stoker of Union, Ore.,
says: "From my experience with
Doan's Kidney Pills I know they are
a reliable remedy and one that will
give releif to anyone suffering from
kidney complaint. It have used htem
on several occasions when having
acute attacks of 'kidney trouble and
they have always benefited me. I
do not hresltate to recommend Doan's
Kidney Pills to other persons simil
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other.
"The La Grande Evening Observer
of the dates of Sept 5, 13th and 19th.
Those who may have them will con
fer a favor for which we are willing
to pay, by delivery of same to this
Heating Stoves, Stove Pipe,
Dampers, Stove Fixtures, Etc.
CARRIAGE and BUGGY HEATERS
Coal for Carriage Heaters
A Lot of Winter and Cold Weather Goods
All of which are Worth Looking at
ISLAND CITY "
Kingsley & Coger I:
:: Shoes Repaired::
Two first class workmen.
All work turned nut with
I dispatch and guaranteed. I
i THE OLD PRE8TON 8TAND.
.'A Plank Sidewalks rtnm
W . UUU
Repaired. Excavating and A
O Filling. Phone lack 1562.
Why Druggists Kerommend Cham-
brrlaln'a Colic, Cholera And
, Diarrhoea Remedy.
Mr. Frank C. Hanrahan, a prominent
druggist of Portsmouth. Va., says:
"For the past six years I have sold
and recommended Chamberlain's Col
ic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. It
is a great remedy and one of the best !
patent medicines on the market I i
handle some others for the same pur
poses that pay me a larger profit, but
this remedy Is sure to effect a cure,
and my customer so certain to ap
preciate my recommendln It to htm
that I give It the preference." For
Mle by all rood dealers,
1 A RARE OPPORTUNITY
( CHEAPEST FUEL ON TWP. utaWv'
A Carload of the best Chain Wood delivered at
yo homes for only $2.25 per cord, measured in the
car.. Order NOW, while the roads are good and the
V. R. BEAN
PrtONE RED 1741
Many New Titles are in stock
as well as all the old fa vorites
"Whese Nolhing IsToolMuch Tnubk"