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Farmers, bring your cream to us. and we will
pay the very highest market prioe for it. At .
thejpreseut price of butter it will pay you far j
better to sell the cream Jhan to churn it.
We are agents for the famous DE LAVEL
separator. The best made. "
COVE CREAMERY COMPANY,
. i E. O. Harper, Mgr.
Headquarters at Hill & Allen's, La Grande.
R. Smith .President
. J. M. Bkbrt Vice President
J. M. Chubcii Cashier
F. L. Meyers Asst. Cashier
La Grande National B nk
X La Grande. Oregon jrjj
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, $72,000.00
Transacts a general banking business. Bays and sellsgeichjnge on
ail parts oi the world. Collections a specialty.
Please Note Our
And inrruaFe of business fron
Jnly 15, 1891, to July 15, lDOo, 12
Bnrptus fund amim
ulated $1 2, 5 0 n.on
O (dial paid in .... ti 0,0 0 0.0 0
lU'liubilil J' of share
holders 0 0.000.00
Protection to de
positors f 1 n 2, 5 0 0.0 0
Delimit Bnhjwt lo
ituxk weif, ou
July 1.'), ISM
4i,u o h.;:5
J 7,8 9 9.99
42,3 4 8.11
4;;, 4 7.W
7 8.7 7 0.25
8 3, 7 5 0.19
8 9 , 7 0 3 90
8 3 ,7 2 1,67
7 7,2 4 5.38
1 3 2 ,1 0 3.70
" Docs not the above figures as
sure you that the management of
this bank meets witn the approval
of Its board of directors and .pat
rons; and deerwiiK ofXyonr
patronage. We want your bank
ing business, laige or Binall. Your
interest will be protected at the
Fsrmeri and Trader
They're Goin Fast
But there are still tnnny styles yet to select from.
I An Iron Bed for $2.52
Of course we havt the expensive kinds, too.
M See the handsome designs ;iow in our window
m banners 1J. aiM
hich they c;
m !; i-L" h
la Grande Investment Company,
Ld VJianu LiiGiande, Oregon
1110 Adnms Avenue,
THE TALK OF THE TOWN
,,, yu Ki nil yor Winter's Clothing.
Mi.l .ii.) ynii yd itt
tfyon.li.l-' Alrigl.l. I.not'-well.wait
anil j'""'11 6t'p-
1 'l'hb tibove refers to
Ill 1111 EH! I
J. M. Berry, J. M. Ohureb.
A. B. Conley, B. Smith
L. C. Stanley
La Grande, Oregon.
Conducted by Sisters of St. Franct
8elect boarding and day school for
AciJemic, Preparatory and Kined
garten courses are conducted on b
! same principles as those pursued in
j our sohools of Philadelphia.
Musio and painting leoeive spscia
Letters of inquiry directed to
I CAN FIX IT I
I do not care how badly it
is broken, I can make it
juat'as gooc1 as new. I do j
all kinds of g
Wagon Work 1
Horse shoeing a specialty. it
Shop on Fir Street g
ELMER MITH, 1
P, flA Charles Kinsey
vl VU Funeral Director
THE SIGHT OP A FARM
has a whole lot to to do with its value
.is an inveslniPiit if ill' well drained,
high healthy ground, close to a good
maiket it is i.nturaliy worth mure than
low land, marshy . or rocky hind
pitu ite I ilren in lee ftom no where.
II' YOU ARE . .0 (KINO
lor a arm hotter conpult ub be'oieiou
buy. We know of several i'ood farms
that will suit you either as a homestead
r.r a? a money-making investment, and
we have the very lowest fig res they
a farm nro yon lookitgf'ir.
Major Dubbin will hold a special
meeting; here at the Salvation Army
Hal), Thursday night 8 p. m. Jan. SB
Alto meclinga here every night at 8
Every one invited.
Egg', fresh valley aOuts, eastern, SOo.
Butter, creamery 00o and iirstolasa
dairy 60o per roll.
Potatoes OOcts per sack.
Apples,50o. to TSots. per box.
Cabbage, IJist. per lb.
Turkies, 10 ots. lb. live weight.
Wheat GOo to 64c per bu.
Oacs 90o pet cental
Barley 80o per cental
Tlio probability of wir in the far
East is sending wh.at up iu all parts
of the country. Chicago and San
Kransi?co cai'.h Hilvsnce.! 3 cents and
li-S.il exporters put up their prices
from I to 2 cents iu the inte.in . Not
much was done yesterday, but, it is
belincd that the market will be
active nrxt wetk. The English cx
changes who cloaed yes'erday:
WHEAT Walla Walla, 73o;
bTiie-stem, 78o; Valley, 79.
BARLEY Feed, 2U per ton, bicw
ing,lf20; rolled $21.
FLOUR Valley, $3.75 and 3.85 per
arr 1; bard wheat straights, S3 90 and
SWEET SPIRITS OF EDEN
Kelldt's Oil and Sweet Spirits of Hdeu are the most mar
velous remedies of the age iu the cure of chrouic" rheuma
tism People who have been confined totheir beds'for
years have been restored to perfect health by their use.
S. M. Martin, M. U, writes the Mlowinie for the Aiiuru-un Journal of lloallh o
Mew York, nd any-: Well entitl'd to a place ainont genuine pei;i(i-8 is OH o
Eden, offered by Dr. Jolt n L. Kellott, of Oakland, On I., fur theenreof iheumaliera
aenralKia and kindred complaints. This we are will inn f indorse in vry diatinc
terms, because we have cectirod abundant evidence juptifyiiiff 11a in dotnit ao
Saving referrad (he question of thi ell I cur of this remedy to medical men of ex
tensive expert nee, and at the same lime having thoroughly looked up the record
it has made for itself among the people who have used it. we serurcd a mass of
positive evidence in its favor."
We will give five tli-nisand dollars to any one who"can prove
at any teitimoniat published by us is not genuine and
Oil and Sweet Spirits of Eden
I;i"o cuied thiiiisanils of pooplp. They will cure you. Oil anil Sweet Spirits
.1 Ednn are to bu uspiI iu conjunction, the Oil being an external remedy and
sue .Sweot Spirits internal. Thpy are lint chsap remedies, but inexpensive
jure". 4pfl,00 VWi FOR ALL. II yon are tited ol buying remedtesjtliat at
Ibe best only nfl'.inl teoipomry relief, and want a cure, it awnils you.
All the lending wholesale and retoil .IniKirists overjwIiBrn RelKOil nnd
jwo'.'t Spirits o! K.len. Yo'i fi.nply pay ?.ri.'l) for the cum -no more no less.
NOTE The California di-Op initive Modioli Co. f Oakland positively goar
mtees that o" of Kden and Sweet Spirits of Kdeu will :urn chronic rheumatism
providing the twolror cli.u are used in eonju.aion. Ordinary eases of rneuma
vn '.'. i m curol by t.ie nit of Oil .of Eden nlnnn. ThoOil sells for S'2,00 per bot
tle. Fop by H?H ATTrj-
The cltixens of Walla Walla are 6ght
ing hard to prevent the abandonment
of Fort Walla Walla, which move has
keen recommended. " Tbes have also
enlisted the efforts of Pendleton in their
Potatoes, 60 to 76 cents per ssok.
Onions 89 cents to 11.00 per sack.
Egg Oregon, 30 (332$ ots, F iu
ilntter Creamery, 21) od 80o.
Dairy, 20 and 22Jo, store 1516o lb.
Poultry Chickens, mixed lOo per
pound, spring, 10c aud bens,
jOc , turkeys live, 17 and 18c
lb dressed 18 and 2oo lb-, ducks, $6
and 7 er r)oz. geese, 8c lb.
Cattle Best steers 11.25 and $4 00,
medium, 4.00; cowi 13.25 and M 00
Hngf Bi-st Urge, tat $i.25; medium
large lat 4.75
' Fbeep Hist weather 13.60; mired
lipn .ft or.
4 10; oli-nn, !f;l.6.r) mid 3.75 j hard wheat
patents, 14.20 aud 4 -iOj Dakota bard
wheal, 94 90 and ifj.M ; graham, $3.75,'
wholo wheat, ft; rvc wheat, $4.50 aud I
.75 ' j
OATS No. I while, Sl.OTi: gray
'Tl.Ofi per renlnl.
MI Li. STUFFS Bran, $18 per ton;
middling, $23; shorts, $19; chnp, U
S. nullf, $18; linseed, dairy Kxrt $19
HAY Timothy, $16 per loo; 6ov
ei, $12; gtain, $12; cheat, $12.
SOLD AID BECOKHEHDED BY
& Allen, Prescription Druggists.
- AFCl APFH IMVAI in
.1 i lit Judge M O George, of Port
land baa decided that the present
barber law la unconstitutional, at it
does not prescribe Ibe qualifications
of a barber but leaves it to tha ta e
board of examiners. Should the Su
preme court tustain Ibe decision, it
will not be necessary for barbers to
pais an examination uor proou:a a
license to enable them to follow (be
occupation of bsrbsring. ' i
' Easy to take and easy to act Is 1
that famous little pill DsWItt's
Little Early Risers. . This Is due to
the fact that they tonic tho liver In
stead of purging It. They never grips
nor sicken, not even the most delicate
lady, and yet they are so certain In
I results that no ons who uses them la
disappointed. They cure torpid liver,
constipation, biliousness, Jaundice,
headache, malaria and ward off pnou-
monia ana levers.
PksrAKED ONLY ST &
1 . C. BeWITT CO., CHICAGO I
$ Don't Forget tho Hamo.
" For Sale by HILL & ALLEN.
"For Mother's Sake17
The tVliftbtful dtnmn, "Fur Mntl -e.'rt
Sake," ft hetui'iftil Hfcitiy id Ni w
EugUud life, will be efr. Tiiiirlux
Dilil is hili'y apo'i d o'. M iri:
II ath will head the c npi-iv, wh'o
is a Uimoughly good on-, in cv ry
pirticular nimplili.Ml to do (he p ft
full add eomptHte jtiMtice. T!;e nvn
agerB huv 1 spared no ptin or expnc
to niHk'i a jucee of the p oduc.ii'i'.
The company wll havn their in
id ery oa w ch will contain ee -thing
used in tho prcduelion. J h n
are a number of preily chiidron eng g
el atno..g tliom the fiitnoun Mc.Kinh v
twins, who will g've nnturnlntv-8 (o
the Cf-ni'. Villi;o ("in .ilwnys T-rm a
p-etty picture, aud paiticularly
where the surrounding Htmopphe:tt it
The Art Exhibit whl h will appenr
at the Cummen ial 0!uh Jan, US, 20 an
:t0th ii meet.ng w.tb marked suecfh
etsHwhero. It wa presented by the
idles Ctub of Pendleton and Hake
City last, season and vtus fo tmccMai'.i
that both these 'itieahavo made ur
rangemeuti) to prfBdiit it ugttln thit
winter, i on cnuuot nflnrd to miHS tt
Admission Adults 25 cents children
Notice is hereby given that the co
partnership of E Ray Jones and L W
Damon has been dissolved. Mr Dam
on having sold his interest in (lie
Modern Bchcol of Commeroe to E
Ray Junes who assumes all the debts
and obligations of the firm and will
eollect all acoouuts due and conliuue
lie business as heretofore.
L. W. Damon.
K. lUy Jones.
DeWItt Is tha nama to look for when
you to to buy Witch Hazel Salva,
DeWltVi Witch Haiol Salva Ii the
original and only eenulna. In fact
DeWfU'sfstho only Witch Haiel Salvo
thit la made from the unadulterated
All others art counterfeits base Imi
tations, cheap and worthless even
dangerous. DeWltt'a Witch Haiel Salve
la a specific (or Piles; Blind, Bleeding,
Itching and Protruding Piles. Alsodtf,
Burns, Bruises, Sprains, Lacerations,
Contusions, Bolls, Carbuncles. Eczema,
Tetter. SaJt Rheum, and all other Skin
F.f.. DeWlli A r.o..f hlr.o
For Sulo liv HILL it ALLKN
When your lungs are sore and inflamed from coughing,
Is the time when the germs of PNEUMONIA, PLEURISY
and CONSUMPTION find lodgment and multiply.
MCEY AW TAR
stops the cough, heals and strengthens the lungs. It con
tains no harsh expectorants that strain and irritate the
lungs, or opiates that cause constipation, a condition that
retards recovery from a cold. FOLEY'S HONEY AND
TAR is a safe and never failing remedy for all throat and
Tha Doctors Said Ha Had Consumption A Marvelous Cura.
L. M. ftugelcs, Reasoner, Iowa, writes: "The doctors said I had con
sumption snd I cot no belter until I used FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR.
II helped me rlRht from the stsrt and stopped the spitting of blood and tha
pain In my lungs and today I am sound and well.
THREE SIZES 25o, 50c, and $1.00
. REFUSE 6UBSUITUTES
GREENE & CO-,
"CANDY FACTORY -
Fresh Candy in Fine Boxes
GREENE & CO
A Two Light Electrolier
Umpire stj'le complete with etched glass
shades and all attachments put up iu
your residence fotr.Jij.oo ; , V
Se samples. in our window.
La Grande Light & Power Co
Wil l liosr, Sso. mi, 1'oppy, Wo 342, Holly, No. 313,
Strnwherry, No. 345, Violet,
Hose, No. 314.
I Froo lessons in fancy woi
STL:WAKDS OPERA HOUSE,
I) H Steward, Mgr & Piop
THIi LI IUE SUNBEAM
In a Miiguilicent Scenic Pro
duction of the successful Rural
Drama Representing Now Eng
1 -L. "I--. An rxcallent .
VV 1 U JL X car losd of seem
STORY OF STRONG HEART INTEREJ1
Abound in o.nwdy situations
l("fr.'?hin(( in i ' Originality
E LUN6IS I
i 18x13 inch linen
outer piece . ,
1 Handsome color
I Di.'igr.im f mbt oiJ
. 4- Skems of grind
t.rize filo silk
. 1 Doss Buglibli- em
iiroulfiry tieed!ea i
.Your choice oi tle-
No. 310, American Beauty
. : , '
FOR KENT 5 J
j Hix roomed cottage, centrally locut
ed. Tho proper person may ' have tho
' ueo of this pio.ierty during the spring
and summer free of charge, provided
I they give promise of " proper care.
Jan 2ti to jan at. naoress oux qni
La Grande, Oregon. 4 'Cottage is fully
furnished. .. . '
" Save your pennys, tho
dollars '' will take cafe
thennolvos." : " ;
IV . CASH
MEAT " MAREKT
Our ho'nic made breakfast bacon U
now jreauy. No better made per lb 15e
Our "FainOdslInma" will be reaily
by next hatunlny.
We permit no on to undersell us.
Kiiiest meats always on hand."
l'oultry, the liest the iiiarkot AH'ords
I'hnne orders receivo prompt de-
I'vory. No. U;01, .
Nnrlh Kir St. opposite Ueildes Bros
tfandgome Men -
Should pro). t)L, their
hcnnly by feeing that ,.
lli.'V lutve only
To nhuve them. We
will protect your face.
Evans & Fitzgerald
0. SPICES, a q
111. W -. flTOiSrV.
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