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To Oregon will prevail from the East September IS to October 15.
via th ' .
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and Southern Pacific
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east. sai as tie nam and address of any ene interested fcx tho
Stat tor Oregon literature. WJT. 3Te3rTER.iT, General Passenger
Ws bae boagbt all Use abov tirk itock blcngln to tba Goldea
S4 as jsmr md rears,
LEE BRO'S BARGAIN STORE "
tnOVAVTI 3TIHEET TAJISHIS.
Iicla-ftiUftSy Cav Heartbsra er
tMla 9 fh Xiaat Later,
Every year regularly more than a
ttilFioo etomacb eulTerera fa the Cul
led States, England and Canada fak
Tape's IWapepsftt and realUe not only
lnmodJate tot laatlny relief.
Tbls barmlesg preparattoa wfl! dl
feat anything yon eat and over ere a
sotir, gasay or out-of-ordr atom
fle mlnntes a'terward.
H yoor toears don't It eomfirutfy,
or wbat you eat lays like a lamp ot
lead fa your stomach, or if you have
beartfcnrn, that is a alga of Indiges
tion. Get from your Pharmacist a Sft-eent
j&a of Papa's Wapepsila and bia a
do Just as soon as yo can. There
wul be no armr rijlngis, u belching
of ondtgeated food mixed with acid.
bo stomach gas or heartburn, full
ness or beaty feeling In ta stomach.
Nausea, twolUtaMng Headache, tHzzl
nfsa or Intestinal griping. Thia will
all go, and beside, thne will be no
sour food left over f the stomach to
IGfaofl yoor breath with na.new.4
Pape IMapepsfn is a certain care
for out-of-order stomachs, hecanae It
tkes bold of your food and digests
if jut the same as If yonr stomach
Relief In five minutes from all stom
ach misery Is waiting for yo. at any
These large DO-cent rases contain
mors than saftlcient to thorotigbly
mr almost any case of Dyspepsia,
Indigestion or any other stomach dls
v Latest la Sheet Manic
. Call at Wiley B. Allen's Piano store
r'ior late popular mnslc, rat to 8 cents,
your chance for supply of music, Ma-
haffsy bolldlng. (0--lt)
: Setlee af nasi Settlement
Notice Is hereby glrea to all con
cerned that Mary O. Hulse. execa
trta of th last will of Martjnls L.
Ilniafi, deceased, has filed la the Coan
ty Court of Union County. Oregoa,
her final account In th administra
tion of said estate and said court baa
set Monday the 4th day of October,
JL D., 1901. at X o'clock p. a., as the
time for bearing said account and any
MART O. HULSE,
"fS-t-M .'Ml-IMj Eiecutrla.
j Caart steed PiMl Laal Scrip,
Ths C. TL Ttowera Co., Miles City,
Mont, sgents for Northern Pacific
nd Snip, will select tor yon any
vacant, non-mineral, government
land. Writs them for pa.tlculara.
Th La Grand Even lag Ohserrer
of the dates of Sept. 4 13th and 19th.
Thos who may hare them will con
fer a faTor for which wa are wHlmg
to Pay, by delivery of same to this
I STEADT DSilJ.
icb kidneys Wealea the Whel B4j
Jlal Yes 111, La oar Id
Skk kidneys weakeu the bods
through the continual drainage of ltfe
givlng alfcnmen from the blood Into
the orlne, and the substitntlon of pois
onous oric acid that goes broadcast
ttrOHgh the system, sowing the seeds
of disease. Loss of albumen catia
weakness, languor, depression. Uric
poisoning causes rheumatic pain, ner
vousness, nausea, cricks in the back.
grarel and kidney stones. Ths proper
treatment is a kidney treatment, and
the best remedy is Doan's Kidney
Pills. Her Is good proof In the fol
James M. Johnson, Main St., Union,
Ore., says: "I can heartily recom
mend Doan's Kidney Pill, as I know
they are a reliable remedy for kidney
jcmupiaiDw constant standing
i brought on my kidney trouble and I
suffered Intensely. K customer first
j recommended Doan's Kidney Pills to
ime, saying that they had been th
i means of saTlng hi life. I was la
j duced to try them and In a short time.
I was conrlnced that they lived up
to representatlona. I har used Doan's
T Kidney Pills on several occasions
sine then and bar always received
For sal by all dealers. Pric SO
cents. roster-MHbura Co, Buffalo.
New York, sol agents for th United
Remember th name Doafi's and
taks no other. ,
1 SprsJael Aikle.
As usually treated a spmlnd anal
will dlsabl th injured person for
month or mor. but by applying Cham
berlaln'a Liniment and observing th
directions with each bottl faithfully
s cur may. Ja most cases, b effect 1
In less than on week's Uma This
liniment Is a most remarkabl prep
aration; try It for a sprain or a bruise
or when laid np with chronic or mus
cular rehumatlam. and yow are cer
tain to be delighted with th prompt
relief wptch it afford. For sals b
all good dealers.
Tre Sura Toa of Human
to attained by the sua who select a ptace waicht to approved by
a-r? aal adaptahl for his entire f amfo. i nr. amaxst sach. eoniU
ttona approximates' about th keen at joy ftgpM-T W&m ar
such conditions to b fouad to. tie rapidly growing: Northwsat? IH
yao. Go to C. J. RICK. Ha has a larg amount ef property Ustet to
ehosa from, Fruit Farms, Stock Fa rms. Sagar Eeet Farms. Cty
PToparfty. Grata. Farms, Ear Far ma. TiaHr Land. With er wat
out Improvements. Prices right. Let m show you.
C. J. BLACK, The Real tsfafe rfan
Tin srcix KILL WILL BICDI
crzsiTitnr ibolt ocroszs to,
ALL OLD KOTO ITS IS mi IS
act sit ojis gnoruD nn
1PTXIC1TI0.T BITOSZ S1TT2
01T, OCT0SX3 fad, TO TUB 13
DZSSI8521 IT TOT STGAS gTT.T
ENTERPRISE REFLECTS THE LO.
3Tay Featares Branght Ost By X.
Crmhe flat lag ty La Grande.
Enterprise yesterday evening on
the Lincoln rjlavzronnrf ' ai.-i tfc
mfrrir act, reftecttng , in splendid
shape the weaknesses in the local
team which tr la veer i oat fte
Wg blood and bigger honors than
ever. La Grande won handily, by a
score ot IS to 0, the result of consist
ent line backing and short end runs
which snt Big Tom Williamson over
for a touchdown In the first half,
and following a brilliant dash t.v
Irwin after a fumble punt in the
opening of th second half,' and
third and lastly when Hamilton dash
ed 25 yards for a touchdown, using
superb headwork in hunting holes In
a broken field. Bolton kickej one dif
ficult goal from a hard angle but
failed on two easy ones.
During the first half the La Grande
team continually teased the specta
tors by keeping the play In the vis
itor's territory but not being able
to register. Ones, when on the goal.
line a sever penalty retarded scor -
Ing and Immediately afterward the
steady advance toward th goal was
V ..1 .
.utv,iu uj (uuiucr penally, mose two
being th only penalties of sny not
during th clean and exciting game. .
A sever and deserved lecture be
tween half s by Coach Wall sent th
team back for th second half with
th score ( to 0 In the local's favor.
Better team work resulted, and as
th game neared th end, th local's
j adopted a fiend Ilk attack and sklrt
jed ends and tor large gains through
Enterprise's lines at will. The last
five mlnntes of play were really the
fact ones and showed La Grande np
La Grande ts weak on the forward
paas, and consistent training along
that line I necessary. Meyers recov
ered on pass after a fumble which
meant a gain, but a second attempt
was a failure. Enterprise worked one
successful forward pass, being once i
uv .n io iwq wines wnen mey maae 000 bushels is credited to New Eng
yardage. The locals need mastery of j land and New York, mostly In Massa
or two other minor points to have j chnsetts. Th Near Jersey crop ap
a prize wlnlnng agregatlon. This j proximate 423.000 bushels, well tow
will be effected in a few weeks time, ard a full yield.
Irwin, the doughty quarter Is a
pas master at running la punts and
wlh. Ham lion as secondary pant
handler, thta department la well car
ed for. In the hack sM Hami'i
and Earls showed clever ability In
hunting holes on both short and long
end runs. Williamson, running a little
too high, was able to amend that
fault and tear off from three to ten
yards almost at wilL He will, with
coaching, be s plunger that cannot be
stopped or equalled in Eastern Ore-
goo. While the back field usually
worked like clockwork, there were
two other consistent ground gainere.
namely. Capt. Ingle and Heidenrich.
The former plays his customary game
with some improvement, and the
latter ha found his place at tackle.
He will win his spurs at that position
if he continues as he played yester
day. Bean, the big centerrnsh, ,was
up to his old tactics of breaking
through the line and stopping plays
before they are nnder way. and in this
he was aided by all the line men.
Grout and V. Bean were both very
aggressive. Bolton played through the
entire game at on end, showing bet
ter dash and tackling ability than he
did last year. Meyers, Rice and Cecil
Bolton alternated satisfactorily at the
other end. La Grande has the "ou
tward" spirit well mastered and suc
cess will no doubt be theirs. ,
Enterpr'se played a defensive game
tackling Ttdonsly and displaying th
fundamental principle and grit, but
lacking the science of the game. The
contest was amicable and it is to be
hoped that athletic relations between
'the two cities mar he mni!Bni in.
Bis; Oaloa Crap.
WASHINGTON. ' Oct 8. Figures
compiled her show that this year's
onion crop throughout the country is
approximately 4,150,000 bushels from
an area of 14X00 acres. The figure
showing acreage by States placed
New York In th forefront with Ohio
a close second. The crop was' hard
hit this season in Wisconsin: ' The
Ohio crop is turning out somewhat
smaller in rate of field to the acr
but a reasonably . full crop in the I
state Just named. The crop of one
year ago was placed at 4422.4000 1
bushels. , j
The cranberry crop of 1909. accord
Ing to this authority.- is 1,323,000 !
bushels against 1.060.000 bushels In J
1908. and 1,280,000 bushels In 1907
Dividing the crop into sections.- 850,-
A- GOOD RlCORD
; . We have conducted a foundry business in '
la Grandelfor &any years. There must ;
a reason. A trial order will explain "
. ': ths mystery. . - "'
A. B. C. Laundry :
PH0iE MAI. 7
I Mil. '
Special Engagement, Q ne Night Only
THURSDAY; OCTOBER, 7
At Steward's Opera Houe
International Grand Opera Co.
I Orertare to Barber f SI Tfela, ab ibe (real caabl m af
Br Uascasnl, Followed by tbe Second Act of -LCC1A DB LA30IER
MOOR," by Donizetti, including the famous sextette.
Priaclpals: Mme, Bertoaal. Norelll. Tberry. Straoas, 7ad. Dooa
er, WUllams, Mm. BarL Columblal. Samonoff. Aixoayeli. OterL
MartL DI Giacoma, Gebane. , r
l(M-PrlBelpal9, Cberas sad Owa Ortaestra109
' " -! : - '' - Priees-ttM to 9XOQ.
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aa expren that Is always heard at sight of
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"lth BV undeveloped, a srawny ieck. thin, lead
rm remark will never be spplted to yr.
Jir wa.ers will make you betutffsl. Wwucfc
ina They DEVELOP THE BUST la a week fro
to lnche and produce a ftae,
bosom. They mi oat the hollow
rms haaJaome and well modeled and tb aaca
and shoulders shapely and of perfect eontonr.
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racking tnfljUi, If you mention that yon saw th. adv.rtfa.nwat tn
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