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ETEIING OESIRTTRJJL GRANDE, OREGON FRIDAY, XOTEJBEB L
THE SECOND ONNUAL.
National Apple Show
Wm be Held in
Ttiis apple show is a world wide event of th great
est importance to the Pacific Northwest and in order
'to iwoi'.iireOcij one to atend the Oregon ail
roatl and Navigation Company will make a Bpc-i:.l
y roui.d trip rate of
ONE AND ONE THIRD FARE
. . . .Tvom ill points on its lines in ... .......
OREGON, WASHINGTON AND IDAHO
Tickets will be on sale at all stations west of The
Dalles, November 14 and 15, and from all stations
east of The Dalles, November 14 to 19, inclusive.
Final return limit November 22, 1909.
$25,000 IN PRIZES WILL BE GIVEN AWAY.
, .GRAND DISPLAY, INSTRUCTIVE LECT
USES AlijD AH IKxifiKlsaTING PRO
GRAM EVERY DAY DURING THE
.For further information call
tor on - . ;. '
General Passenger Agent, Portland, Ore.
if; 1 1 ' i .';!,' tiv! f
Pass the word to your relative! and friends to come now.
LOW COLONIST RATES
To Oregon will prevail from the East
Oregon Railroad &
and Southern Pacific
, (LINES IN OREGON)
From Chicago . , MS.0d"
' From 6 1 Louis ..... V
From Omaha I-
t From St Paul IM
From Kansas CItjr 25.00
Deposit the amount of the fare with the nearest O. R. & N. or
Ageit and ticket will be delivered In the East without Extr
cost. Send us the name and address of any one interested In tho
State for Oregon literature. WM. McMURRAY, General Passenger
Agent, PORTLAND. ORE.
STEWARD OPERA HOUSE
D. II. STEWARD,
ONE NIGHT ONLY
ITenrv McHao off ers the
,15v TCox lVaeh
18 PEOPLE - 18 .
MISS MARGARET OSWALD.
A CAR LOAD OF SO 1LNEUY
Thousands have. read tho i ook and thousands
f. have enioved the vhiv ,
on any 0. It. & N. ag( nt
, ..,t. ..'. .
65c per Month
September 15 to October 15,
MANAGER. ' ?
dramatic treat of the
EXTENSION FROM WALLA WALLA
Northwesters Company Applies For
Right to Build Road.
Electric line rumors are again cur
ont in moneyed circles. A dispatch
lorn Walla Walla relates, among
The Northwestern Corporation has
.iked for an extension of its franchise
overlng all three of Its branches in
his city, electric power, lighting, cars
md gas. The extension Is asked for
lie purpose of making Its franchise
gree with the new $5,000,000 bond
53ue, which Is to run for 23 years.
Sir. Welch, who h ""r?.! tt.zz
?er of the Northwestern Corporation,
stated that his company bad uuuor
-onsideratlon the construction of au
ilectrlc road to Wallowa, Oregon and
Dayton, Washington. ThI latter it Is
understood, will be the electrification
of the Northern Pacific from this tit
to Dayton. Mr. Welch promised "one
of the foads surely and in all prolmWl
Ity both. , ' '
IX "THE SPOILERS."
Notice of Final Settlement
Notice is hereby given that William
McBeth, executor of t he estate of
Duncan McBeth, deceased, has filed
his final account in said estate in the
county court of tho State of Oregon
for Union county and that the Hon.
J. C. Henry, Judge of said court, has
appointed Thursday, November 18th.
1909, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m.
at the court house in Ja Grande,
Union county, Oregon, as the time
and place for hearing objections
thereto and the settlement thereof.
WM. MC BETH
Executor of ald estate.
R. II. LLOYD, Attorney.
Oct. 21-28-4-11-18. .
. How to rnre Cold.
Be as careful as you can. yo'i r. M
occasionally take cold, and .when
you do, get a medicine of knowu re
liability, one that has an established
reputation and that la certain to af
fect a quick cure. Such amedlclno is
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Jt
' has gained a world wide repu utlon
by Its remarkable cures of this m. ct
! common ailment.lt acts oa rature's
plan, relieves the lungs, aid expect
; oration, oppns the socretio ia m' aklf
' nature In restoring the syitt-u vo
j healthy condition. For sa.o ly all
eootl dcalrr. ,
I ! 4 O- -O
i ;V " '- f m '!"! -v
I Repaired. Excavatlug and
4V Filling. Thone Black 1162.
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Heartburn, Has, Djipepsla and Oilier ,
SUmach Misery Tanlshe.
The question as to how Ions you
are going to continue a sufferer from
Indigestion, dyspepsia, out of order
stomach is merely a matter of how
soon you begin taking Diapepsin.
If your stomach is lacking in di
gestive power, why not help the atom
ach to do its work, not with drastic
drugs," but a reinforcement of diges
tifs agents, such as are naturally at
work In the stomach.
People with weak stomachs should
take Dlapepsl n occasionally and there
will be no more Indigestion, no feel
ing like a lump of lead in the stom
ach,' no heartburn sour risings, gas
on the stomach of belching of undiges
ted food, headache, dizziness or sick
stomach and besides what you eat will
not ferment and poison your breath
with nauseous 'odors. Al lthese symp
toms resulting from a sour-out of or
ler stomach and yspepsla are gen
erally relieved five minutes after tak
ing a lltle Diapepsin.
Go to your druggist and get a SO
cent case of Pape's Diapepsin now,
and you wil lalways go to the table
with a hearty appetite, and what you
aat will taste good, because your
stomach and intestines will be clean
and fresh, and. to nwtii V"" thr.t
there is not going to be any more bad
nights and miserable ' days for you.
They freshen you and make you feel
that life's worth living.
. ' ' ' part of the Unite
- - .'. many foreign' toontrlee
W pecatse It haa proved ereed
all 'valuable for coughs and cola
For sale by all good dealers.
BUSSEY'S HACK LINE.
v Best of service, , Day and 4
Night Hacks furnished for 4
funerals and private parties.
Baggage transferred Day and
Stand at rani's Clar Store.
'Phone Red Z41
Night 'PhoneMain 28. 4
K. U BCSSET. 4
Gives prmpt and positive relief In
every case. Sold by druggists, price
$1.00. Trial package by mall 10 bents
William's Mfg. Co. Prop. Cleveland.
Ob to. A. T. Hill. Druggist
4 " AUCTIONEER-
4ale cried on hort kdU.
4 Satisfaction guaxaaUMl.
No extra charge for dutanr.
4 LA GRANDE - - - OTtr.tfON
4 Tte:te No. t 'Thnnt Nn. I9st
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Appendicitis and Impaction
The question is often asked, "Does
the appendix have a function, or is
It a mere remnant without function?"
The Osteopath believes that the ap
pendix has a function, for the reason
that it has glands and motions, the
same as the adjoining portion of the
intestine. He believes that the Cre
ator knew more that some of the
modern surgeons who claim the ap
pendix to be without use to the body.
The appendix In health Is able to
empty itself and carry on Its work
of secreting a degestive juice; but as
soon as Its motion becomes sluggish
or stopped it becomes impacted, or
obstructed with fecal matter which
reslutes In acute Inflammation, fre
quently followed by formation of pus.
This Is appendicitis.
What can . Osteopathy do? .
If called during the acute attack,
before pus has formed, our practiti
oners are usually able to prevent pus
formation by correcting this pressure
on the motor nerves to tehappendix,
thus restoring function ond enab
ling the appendix to empty Itself. In
rase where the adjoining parts of the
Intestine is also impatced, we use an
enema of olive oil with the colon
tube to flush out the bowel and as
sist in emptying the intestine. This,
with absolute rest In bed, starvation
diet for a few days and careful nurs
ing, wil cure about ninety-flve per
cent of all case of acute appendici
tis If the treatment is taken before
pus has formed. In cases where pus
has formed In quantity before call
ing the Osteopath. It may require an
aeration to drain the pus. '
In recurring, or chronic appendi
citis, If the Osteopath is called be
tween the acute attacts. his treat
ment to correct the pressure which
muse tho sluggish action of the ap
pendix, and it will usually 'reslut In
formed adhesions, or stricture bands,
of the Intestines.
Is It not better thus to remove the
cause of the trouble than to remove
the appendix? Osteopathic Health.
; A GOOD "-RcCORD.
Wefhave conducted a laundry business in
La Grande for many years There must
. a reason. A trial order will explain '
A. B. G. Laundry
PHONE MAIN 7
The Sum Total of Human
Is attained by the man who select a place which la approved by hit
!To as; adaptable for his entire family. r to live amidst inch condi
tions approximates about the keenest Joy Imaginable., "Where art
such conditions to be found in the rapidly growing ; Northwest? Ill
, you. Go to a J. BLACK. He hat a large amount of property listed to
chose from. Fruit Farms. KhvV Fa
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Propertty. Grain Farm, Hay Farms, Timber Land. With or Witt
. ont ixnproTementa. Prices righjL
C. . BLACK, The
Observer Want Ads Pay
-v7S LIEtt t fOUHiCt.
. m BtUEVfS ALL
OF 8 KIA D18EABI
SOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice Is hereby given that the un
derslgned has been appointed admin
istratrix of the estate of 8. M. Bloom,
deceased, and that all claims against
said estate' muse be properly vert
fled and filed with the undersigned
at her home In Cove, Oregon, or
with F. 8. Ivanhoe, her attorney, at
hla office in La Grande, Oregon
within ilx months from this date.
Dated at La Grande, Oregon, this
2' day of October, 19C5.
HELEN a BLOOM.
Well Known Hotel Keeper Uses and
Colic, Cholera and Dlar
"I take pleasure in saying that I
have kept Chamberlain's Colic, Chole
ra and Dlarrohea Remedy In my fam
ily medicine chest 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 them,
says J. C. Jenkins, of Glasgow, Ky
This remedy is for sale by all good
Why Dru(ists Recommend Cham,
berlaln's Colle, Cholera And
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
handle some others for the same pur
poses that pay me a larger profit, but
this remedy Is sure to effect a cure,
and mjr customer so certain to ap
preciate my recommending It to him,
that I give It the preference." For
He by all good dealers.
Tuhle Typewriter Sale.
Notice is hereby given, that the reg
ister and receiver, will on the 16th day
of December, 1909, at the hour of 2
o'clock in the afternoon of said day.
offer at public, sale, to the highest
bidder for cash, Smith Premier Type
writer No. 5RC83, at the front door of
xsew waists, silk komonos, - golf
gloves, kid gloves, rain coats, elegant
line of Mexican drawn work, consist
ing of waft patterns, handkerchiefs,
olleys and other fancy articles at
Vaa Duyn Co,
- ( m i
Let me show yon. '.
Real tstilU i
the United States Land Office In 1
Grande, Oregon. ,
Persons desiring to hid on said trp
writer will have the privilege of ex
amining the same at any time prior
f to the sale by calling at this office.
P. C. BRAMWELL, rf
" Register. V
COLON R. EBERHARD,
ti THROUGH TICKETS TO ALL
EASTERN POINTS APPLY VIA
THIS ROUTE WITHOUT AD
DITIONAL COST, PERMITT
ING DAY'S STOP OYER.
ELECTRIC LIGHTED TRAINS
From O. R. & N. Depot Spokane
, Dally 10 a. m. To St. Paul, Chi
Chicago and the East
Details, Berths, Literature, ad
dress Local Agents O. R.cN.
G. M. JACKSON, (i
J. 8. CARTER
14 WaU St Spokane.
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iThe Little Shop!
t Main St.
. Stamping of all kinds, luclud
i. ' . .
tog shirt waists & Center pieces, 1;
I' done, embroidery lessons RiveJ
' Orders taksn and lessone
iu stincUing.' Ftill line cl em- I
raid: Ann fUrf m-