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'ETEMSG Jtftt.ifBTTB. I A CRAM)E,nSEGOX.
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1909.
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Is none too good for us or our patrons. That
reason we are selling at prices you
Harf Scftafner 6 Marx Clothing
Hamilton Brown Shoes
Palmer Garments for Ladies
Puritan Hosiery and Underwear
Opera House Block
La Grande, Oregon
costs and disbursements, and plaintiff
will also apply to the Court for An
rder directing the sale of the property
now attached In this action, to-wit:
all the right, title and Interest of Dan
iel Kelly In and to the real property
the estate of Thomas Kelly, deceas
ed, consisting of lota 1, 2 and 3, In
Block 154 Chaplin's Addition to the
City of La Grande, Oregon and 5 1-2
acres of land described as follows.
Begtnlnng at the section corner be
tween Sections 28-29-32- and 3-1 in
Township 2 South Range 38 East, "Wil
lamette Meridian, and running thence
North 8.70' chains south 55 degrees
West 15.45 chains, thence East 12.51
chains to place of beginning., situated
in the Southeast quarter of Sectlcn
29, Township 2 South, Range 38 East
Willamette Meridian, or so much of
the Bald described premises as may be
necessary for the satisfaction of the
By viriure of an order of the Hon.
J. W. Knowles, judge of the above en
titled court,' made and entered on the
2nd day of October, 1909. this Sum
mons Is publisred in the La Grande
Weekly Observer, a weekly newspa
ter. printed and published in Ia
Grande, Union county, Oregon.
Attorneys for Plaintiff"
feet a quick cure. Such aniedleine id
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It
has gained a world wide repu ution
by its remarkable cures of this w. t
common allment.lt acts oj rature's
plan, relieves the lungs, aidi expect
oration, opens the secretlois an-1 aids
nature In restoring the syitteu lo
healthy condition. For sa"o l y all
good dealers.' " '
A LOCAL ITEMS.
$ &G6& 4
Frank Harris, the art man, is a vis
itor in North Powder today. ,
Fred Montgomery, a sugar boiler
from. Spokane, arrived this morning.
T. W. Conklln of the Cove was ex-
ased from Jury duty today and left
r Nlssa, on a business trip. '
Guy Hobson , left today 'or Sum
merville after belng cleared .'of the
charges against him by the Jury.
Rev. Upton H. Glbbs is a Tlsltor In
Baker City today1 He expects to " re
turn this evening. - -- - ;
Mrs. Honan has returned - from
Pendleton where she spent several
weeks In the hospital. . v
Miss Alice Knight, deaconess of the
Episcopal church ' arrived last even
ing to remain a week in this city.
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(1 R. Hlbbard. the Imbler realty
-Jtnan arrived home today from a vls-
J to Portland. ri , ,
Hughey McDougall.; well-known
carpenter of this city, left today for
Joseph to work on the new Methodist
church building there. ; ;
. Robert Burns who la now in the
forestry service aa. a ranger near
Sumpter, la here risitlng relative! and
friends. ;:" '
H. W. Colllno, manager of the Pen
dleton office of the Balfour-Cuthrie
grain company, spent last night ; in
this city but left this morning for
Baker. . ' v:
D. B. Hendicks o Elgin leaves to
night for Pomona, . caiirornia, au
miles from Los Angeles, where last
year he purchased ten acres of orange
orchard. His wife has preceeded him
and they will meet each 'other at
Mrs.; Turner Oliver delegate from
the local Neighborhood club to tne
state federation of Women's clubs
at Forest Grove, and where she was
elected first vice president for the
coming year, returned this morning.
J. E. Davis of Colorado today closed
a deal with the Van Duyn real estate
company by which he purchased 10
acres of orchard land near Cove for
$1,500. The land was partially set to
young trees, hut the remainder of the
land will he planted by Mn,; Davis who
has arrived to make the Grande Donde
valley his home. 'J-''.--
A targe flor committee of gentlemen
have been appointed by the Le
Jaunese club to cere for strangers at
the second dance of the series which
is u De g-ven tomorrow night The
best music in the city has been pro
cured. It will, be remembered ' that
those who received Invitations for
the initial party were invited for the
succeeding ones. . r , , ;
Alonzo Bright, of Enterprise and
Scelma Elkholm, of Hutchinson, Kan
sas, were married last evening at 5
o'clock by Rev. W. S. Seemann at the
Presbyterian manse. .The bride came
all the war from her eastern home
to meet her future husband In this
city. .:y. !;.,:?-:.?: -., :":.:,.
iDr. W. D. McMillan
La CranJe National Bank'Bldg.
' Doft Phones '.
October 27 will be. a gala day for
Hope Chapter Noi 13 of the La Grande
Eastern Star as on that occasion .It
will entertain Easter Chapter No. 11
of Baker City. Definite plana for the
day have not yet been fully matured
but the visitors will be royally enter-
tained during the day and following
the work of the order here will be a
banquet in '.the evening. The lodge
from Baker City will send a large
delegation on an official Tisit and
there will also be Individual members
present from Sumpter.
This afternoon in the club parlors
the literary division of the Neighbor
hood club is holding Its first meeting
of the year. The work under consid
eration is a discussion of the first act
of "As You Like It." led by Miss
Market Anson. Following the Shak
pspnrlnn study a half hour will be do
votd to the beginnings of the phys
r.lodrnl rotirPG that Is to be takon up
this season in
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department o tthe Interlcr.
U. S. Laad Office at La Grande, Or
August 16, 1909.'
Notice is hereby given that
' JAMES L. WALKER.
of Kamela, Oregon, who on February
9, 1909, made homestead entry No.
13376 serial. No. 04074, for SHSWU
section 28 & NNW, section 83.
township I S, range '36 E..W. Meri
dian, has filed notice of intention to
make final five year proof, to estab
lish claim to the land above decrlb-
ed, before Register and Receiver of
the U. S. Land Office, at La Grande.
Oregon, on the 29th day of Septem-
ber, 1909.' ; '
Claimant names as witnesses:
Kyle Charlton. .
Harry E. Swages
John Smith, all of Kamela. Oregon.
.. F, C. BRAMWELL,
' ' , Register
Well Known Hotel Keeper Uses
'.Colic," Cholera and IUr-
5 ,-I take pleasure in saying that I
have kept Chamberlain's Colic, Chole
ra and Diarrohea Remedy in my fam
ily medicine cheBt for about , fifteen
years, and have always had satisfact
ory results from its use. Ihave ad
ministered it to a great many travel
ing men who were suffering from
troubles for which it Is recommended,
and have never failed to relieve thein,
says J. C. Jenkins, of Glasgow, Ky.
This remedy is for sale by all good
Where iocl businera men ire 4
co-operating and buying stump 4
!anda prerartor to setting 4
commercial orchards. "or par-
tlcnlars regarding good orchard
land at very low prices call or
wrlto The .
SLOUGH INVESTMENT CO.
Real Etttate, Investments, Loans
and Collect Jo as.
E-RU SA-THE OXLT LAWFUL PELK CUES,
'. Because It does not contain narcotics, mercury, cocaine. lead or a&y
poisonous drugs. Because E-RU-SA cures piles. U. 8. Dispensatory
recommends every Ingredient of E-EO-8A. Drug laws make "falso or
misleading statements' a crime. Therefore the sate of all old or nar
cotic pile medicines Is illegal becauae they effect the brain and spinal
aarrow; produce constipation and never cure. Only druggists et
highest standing sell and endorse E-SU-Si.
6ILTEBTD OAK'S FA Mil DBCfi KvSS.
PLENTY OF IT
The Best Plaster,
A piece of flannel dampened ; xillh
Chamberlain's Liniment and bound
on to the affected parts is superior to
any plaster. When troubled with a
lame deck or pains in thes side ori
chest, give it a trial and you are cert
ain to be more than pleased with the
prompt, relief which it affords. Tnis
liniment also relieves rhuematla puin
and Is certain to relieve anyone dif
fering with that disease. Sold by t!l
The Evening Kaf fee-. Klatch will be
lntertained Friday- evening . of this
week at the home of F. L. Meyers, on
Main street with Mr. and Mrs. Meyers
and Miss Margaret Newlln as host
and hostess. ; .
In The Circuit Court of the State of
:: Oregon for Caloa County.
M.K. Hall, Plaintiff.,
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Daniel Kelly, Defendant : '
To Daniel Kelly, defendant, above
In the name of the State of Oregon,
you are hereby required to appear and
answer the complaint filed again at you
In the above entitled court and action
on or before ' the expiration of the
time prescribed in the order directing
the publication hereof, to-wlt: , bIx
consecutive weeks from the date of the
firs publication or this summonn
which Is October 15, 1909, and if you
fall to appear, answer or otherwise
plead within the said time, the plain
tiff will take Judgment against you in
t'te sum at $76.20 with Interest there
on from tho 1st day of January. 1003,
;ii the if,te of 6 per cert per annum
How to cure a Cold.
Be as careful as you can, you rl!l
occasslonally take cold, and when
you do, get a medicine of known re
liability, one that has an established
reputation and that is certain Ij af-
DR. K. P. MESDELSOUX,
DOCTOB OF OPTICS.
connection, wjth,. the nntll paid.", together with plaintiff's
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Office hours from 8:80 to 12;' and
from 1 to 5. By special appointments
In the evening. . , ,.
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We Have the Flour and We have
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