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OB&EaTEE, LA CRA3DE, 0RIG03. IKIESEAY, OCTOBER 2L MW.
Fui the word to your relatives and friend to come now.
5!!BOOTn LAJE TO BE TREATED TO
LOW COLONIST RATES
Oregon will prevail from the East September 15 to October 15,
Oregon Railroad & Navigation Co
and Southern Pacific
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From Chicago -ftJ.Ofl
From St. Loals ..rtuTii.a."
, From Omaha..
From St Paul lJ
Prom Kansas City ..... 16.00
Deposit the amount of the fare with the nearest O. EL N. or
, Agent and ticket will be delivered In the East without Exti
cost Send as the name and address of any one interested ta tba
State for Oregon literature. VfTL HcSCRRAY, General Passenger
Agent. ' PORTLAND, ORE.
Xetlce U Ceslracters.
Notice Is hereby given that bids will
be received at the office of the city
recorder for the con struct km of a five
foot sidewalk on and along the North
aide of Lot 6, Block 110 In Orandy's
addition to the City o fLa Grande, Ore
gon, said walk to be constructed ac
cording to the specifications on file
at the recorder's office. All bids o be
accompanied by a certified check of
10 per cent of the, amount of the bid
and to be in by 4 o'clock p. m. October
the 20th, 1909. The council reserves
the right to reject any and all bids.
Common Council of the City of Ln
. By D. E. COX, Recorder.
October 11. 1909
EXDS KIDNEY MISERY.
Out of Order Kldaeys Acts Fine and
Backache or Kidney Trouble
to cure backache and regulate out of
order kidneys or end bladder trouble
Is to keep several doses of Pape's
You will distinctly feel that your
kidneys and urinary organs are being
cleaned, healed and vitalized, and
sll the miserable symptoms, such as
backache, headache, nervousness.
rheumatism and . darting pains. In
flamed and swollen eyelids, rrat!b!l
Ity, sleeplesness, or suppressed, pain
ful or frequent urination (especially
at night) and other distresses, leav
lng after taking the first few doses.
The moment that you suspect any
kidney or urinary disorder, or rheu
matism, begin taking thin harmless
preparation as directed, with the
knowledge that there Is no other
cediclne, at any price, mada any
where else In the world, which will
effect so thorough and prompt a cure
at a fifty cent treatment of Pape's
diuretic, which any druggist can sup
ply. Your physician, pharc.lst, banker
or any mercantile agepey will tell ru
that Pape, Thompson ft Tape of Cin
cinnati Is a large '"id ' responsible
medicine concern, thoroughly worthy
of your confidence.
Dont be miserable or worried an
other moment with a lame back or
clogged, Inactive kidneys or bladder
misery. Al lthis goes after you start
taking Pape's Diuretic, and in a few
days you feel aud know that your
kidneys, liver and urinary system
are healthy.' clean and normal, and
all. danger passed.
Accept only Pape's Dlruetlc-flfty
cent treatment from any drug store
anywhere In the world.
Notice of Administrator's Sale.
Notice is nereby given to all whom
it may concern that the undersigned
administrator do bonis non with the
will annexed of the estate of Frank
Milne, deceased, under and by virtue
of the powers to him given in the
will of said deceased and by direction
thereof and by permission of the coun
ty court of Union County. Oregon, giv
en by order made and entered in said
cause on the 11th day of October, A.
D. 1909, rill, from and arter the 9tb
day of November, A. D., 1909, proceed
to sell at private sale for cash, if pre
ferred by the purchaser for the sum
of Two Thousand Dollars cash and
the balance on one and two years
time with interest at eight per cent
per annum, and secured by mortage
an the premises, and sale to be sub
ject to a mortage now thereon for
Fifteen Hundred Dollars, hte follow
ing lands of the said estate, to-wlt:
Northwest-Quarter and West Half ol
Northeast Quarter and West Half of
Southeast Quarter and North Half ol
Southwest quarter of Section Thirty
One. in Township One, North of Range
Forty, and Northeast Quarter of the
Southeast Quarter of Section Thirty-
Six in Township One. North of Range
-Vet AiM U t'ttkee Ead bat Elgin
Side te have Improvements.
That ise Grand Rod Valley is
soon to fcave a system rt good ro&'fls
was the etatemenl 'vt Bridge Super
intendent J. F. Campbell who went
out this morning to the rock quarry
at the foot of Carbine Hill to ruth
the work of taking out rock for the
crusher located at that place. The
crusher win start next week when a
sufficient supply of rock has ''been
taken out of the quarry to keep' the
The rock is now being crushed for
mncHiimlln two niM ''
Booth lane. This work will be taken
up at once and rushed 'to completion
this fall. Superintendent Campbell
said that he looked for no weather
bad enough to check this work before
its completion. With the superb piece
of work done on the road east of the
city as a sample it Is though that the
county will have the backing of the
people of the valley in continuing the
policy of building permanent high
ways as rapidly as possible.
Great Improvement has been made
in the county roads in the vicinity
of Elgin. A large number of grades
have been constructed and bridges
put In. A force of men have been
working in that section for a month.
ft is not necessary to put wlti the
inconvenience of poor sight these days
further more it la foolish to neglect
having your eyes properly attended
11 you iiiSer from headaches, ner
vousness, you will find it will pay
yon to have your eyes examined, as
m nine cases out of ten the trouble
We can give yon. an expert exam-
A GOOD RrXORD
We have conducted a laundry kslr ,ess
La Grandefor many year.
a f ea&on. A trial order;
PHONE MAIN 7
Ination fit you with the
glasses if they are necessary.
J. H. PEARE
Will Lay Corner Stone.
Haker City. Oct. 20. The Herald of
today says: "The laying of the corner
stone of the new postofflce in this
city will take place Friday afternoon
at the new building, corner of Dewey
and Auburn. At this time several art
icles of greater or less value and tell
ing of Baker City and Baker county
will be rlaced in the receptacle to
remain until the biuliding is torn
down to give way to a larger struc
ture. It may be that a history of the
movement to secure the new building
will be one of the articles to be plac
ed ln the safe keeping of the corner
The ceremonies attendant uiion the
laying of the corner stone will be
very simple .althuogh it is expected
that several addresses by prominent
citizens will be made. Several people
have worked hard to secure the new
postomce and it is only right that they
should be asked to address tho peo
ple on the great occasion.
Hold a Milk Contest
Pittsbutg, Oct 21. Nearly
Thirty Nine. East of Willamette Me- j the dairymen supplying milk to Pitts
burg have entered exhibits ln a con
test held today by the Chamber of
Comme.rce, which offers prizes for
the purest milk and cream and the
cleanest dairy farm.
rldlan in Union County, Oregon.
, R.,K LLOYD.
Administrator de bonis non will an
nexed f Frank Milne, deceased.
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i:-;n.i.tic sums ix tokivmox to e pk5i:n i at imy. mvvai;;; T!m.;;.it.
Owing to a large drop in the
cost of casing, much lower
prices can be quoted than
R. A. WEST,
who is equipped with up-to
date machinery and years of
SI nm f xl f ft
2 mercnanisi Ddve
In 1907 the Merchants
of Oregon szed ove
$i0,000 by carry ng a part
of their Insurance in their
own company, the Oregon
Merchants Mutual Fire As
surance Association, of
Dayton, Oregon. In t90S
they will save $15,000.
During the same period
their neighbots were hand
ing over $i,500,0Q0 in
profits to outside companies
In the Oregon Merchants
Mutual you get:
INSURANCE AT COST
A UMIT TO YOUR LIABIL
The Sum Total of Human
is attained by the man who selects a place which la approved by "hie l'
jXIq an I adaptable for his entire ( ajnil. 10 live amidst auch condl
t'ms approximates about the keenest joy. Imaginable.. "Where are
such conditions to be found la the rapidly growing Northwest t 111
you. Go to C. J. BLACK. He has a large amount of property listed to
chose from. Fruit Farms, Stock Fa ma, . Sugar Beet Farms, ' City
Property. Grain, Farmst Ha Far us, Timber Lands. With or With
out lmprovemeats. Prices right Let me show yoa.
C. .'. BLACK, The Real tstale jan
SUE'S A QUEEN! ?HE"S A SIREN!
is an expreeon that Is always heard at sight of a
weil deve woman. If you are flat-chestei.
x'ith BV undeveloped, a srawny eck, thin, lead
arm--' remark will never be applied to you.
"SIP . wafers will make you beautiful, bwiich
ini. They DEVELOP THE BUST in a week from
1. to Cinches and produce a flue, firm, voluptuous
bosom. They fill out the hollow places, make the
rmn.Vnme nd w!j mndcled and the nsk
ana siiouiaera'ahapf ly and ot perfect contour.
trcuu 4i s wius uiuajr auu uu ii oo p'easea and grateful. "SI
REN" wafers are absolutely harmless, pleasant to take, and convwlant
to carry around. They are sold under guarantee t do all we claim
or MONET BACK.
RECT TO TJ8.
per bottte. Inquire at good drug stores n sent Dl-
Durtng the next 30 days only we wftl eend you a -am
ple bottle ot these beiutlfylng warers on receipt of 10c to pay out of
rackins and postage if you mention that you saw the advertisement Id
ttiis paper. The sample alone may be sufficient If -he defects are
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For $3.50 We Can "Wa4h Your
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