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We want your Hay and Grain
: V. AND WILL' PAY THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE
We will take all you have, no matter whether it is
only a few tons.or if.it la- several hundred tons.
We taz, all the hay in the valley and then some.
A, " V: O IvI V B R
WHOLESALE and RETAIL HAY and GRAIN DEALER
SOME NEWS OF
Gleaned by Judic Ions Use of Pen
cil, Scissoirs and Pastepot
We Can Interest You "
Oar Electric Fixtures and Electrolier stock is
f complete and we make a specialty of desk and office
lighting We cau also fit y.u out with minitore
; lamps for sign lighting and decorating and ' shades "
of all kinds. , Please cull at -night when they cud be
lighted and you can see how they will look in your
bouse.' Our new office, now located in the Somer
' buil linig. is nicely equipped with everything in our
liiiij ' Office bpure Irum 7 am to$pm..
i ,. La Grande Light and Power Co.
Burglars cracked the ' Btonlngton,
Conn, city vaults and got away with
10.000. ! '
There an now 675,000 volumea ' la
the Harvard University libraries of
which 23,000 were pieced daring . the
lest year. , :, . i ,' -i'
The German standing army la , to be
raised U 621,000 men, and the kaiser
asks for 150,000,000 to enlarge the oavy
George Miles at-Tarry town N I
while pitying football bad his right ear
completely tern off, close to the bead
by the back f another player ' L
1 WHITE ROSS
The Haines Mercantile Company baa
founded a priTate bank the peop e ot
that place tiring .of depending upon
Baker City for banking facilities.
The 39 labor anions la the bulidleg
trades ot New York City will form a
new central organisation next Sunday
It is believed a great strike is brew-
It is not possible tor Hennok Ibsen
the author and dramatist to long sur
vvetoe attacks ot heart failure to
which he is subject ' He lie' very ill
at Stockholm Sweden. ' " 1
Is milled with the idea of pleaaing'every dealer's high
olass trade-customr who appreciate quality . ' Tho
name of the Pioneer FJouring Mill Co. guarantees re-
liability and' highest grade in every sack of flour
bearing the White Rose brand. "
p Pioneer Flouring Mill Co.
You Can Get
La: Grande Creamery Butter
.; , At the Following Well known Dealers t
Mo Fay lane
C. Ralston '
0. L. Thorn
j. Remember every pound is guaranteed '. : j
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' When you ask for La Grande Creamery Butter you
help a , home industry and ; thereby help your own
-business. ' :.:;
1 1.'.., Pastnrated sweet Cream and Fresh . Buttermilk 1
, always on hand. '' ' i
La Grand Creamery Co
. Mrs Jiilaie M, fugu agu )mi
was recently divoroed in the Oakland
CL courts. lor the third time. !
l The penitentiary at Salem has 861
inmates which is more than .the in
stitution baa bad before in many years
; . County Treasurer Elkins of Crook
oonnty is dead at Prineville' of brain
fever. He had lived in Crook county
10 years. '. ; . V ' I ; . v
TbeO A N is being extended
from Boise five miles. 4tp the Barber
Lumber compony's plant on the river
above town. . ,. . 1
In a fiercely and skilfully contested
game of football, the Seattle bigb
school team, beat the Lewiaton high
ichi ol team at Lewiaton, Nov. 26, by
6 wo; . - T,i
another and in no condition to rule i
themselves.' " V '
"Too muoh can not be said of the
wonderful fertility ot the toil of the
Islands, bat' we need railroads and
factories, The man with money can go
to the Ptiilipplnes and make money.
" "Tbe country Is far froTff being devel
oped.' Then are "opportunities there
that do not exist In any other place on
tbe face of the globe"
Mr O'Brien Is a native ot Potneroy
a a A.
Manila about tour years ago. lie la
now on hia way to bis old home for a
visit He will return to Manila In a
few weeks. .
LOST Kebbeca pin with three links
in red white and blue. Finder wl.l
leave at Cresent Knitting Factory.
Half: a Carload of
9' wm ve (tut received half a car load of the newest
Y f and litest vail paper. Half a carload , means 20,000
S-" wniMThis1 is more" paper than any irie: flrih 1 ever
""thought f bringing Into this county in a single season.
d .; j IJlia paps H mil ior,sara ana uuiowiuii xwu,
, kr brought two nrst class paper Hangers aireci irom unioago,
whoare without doabt the most, skillful workmen in Eastern !
who, with tha'flvV first olaasj(Wi hangers already in oar em- i
.Cplby, gtratf us tbe heat working ton, j, thelnland Empire. , i
'Too can't fool all the people all
(he time Jbut you oao'certainly pleate
all the people taoBt ft ;4 the time If
you keep at It 'and .that )s what I am
doing lnj "A Little' Outcast' says
Manager E J Carpenter.. .That Mr
Carpenter's theory U true waaidemoD
trated by, the suooess 6f bis product
ion which baa peen the biggeat money
maker out for, the. past two seasons
and that he meana to - keep up the
standard of. excellence la evident from
the elaborate produciloa whloh he has
sent) out this year and .which wll) be
seed at the Stward Opera next Tues
day Dec 6, The scenery and cast excel
anything in its olass on tbe road
pAiNTS., ems and - glass; :
Tb ArtPi fhi i nuc thp ddipp
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natmlnad. rtkdv Ibr il
lumbar ot Oemmeroa Bldg, PortlaDd, or,
IHavlngleasedbeG W Alls steam
wood saw, I am.prepared to promptly
eakseare ofll orders aatrusted to
Vmaia Ct W M Andle, '
Corner Greenwood and Hill streets
Fh0M 738 b 12-01
i m mm mm s
MAKES A CLEAN SWEEP
There's nothing Ilka doing a thing
thoroaghly- Of all the Salves you aver
heard of, Baeklen's Arnica Salve is the
beet. It sweeps away and cures Barns,
Bores. Braises,' , Cuts, Boils, Ulcer?,
Skin Eruptions and Piles. It's only 55c
nrajitead to cive oadafaction by
La Grande Drat Co., andHewlin Lrog
Co Drugguw. i ,
A . THOUGHTFUL MAN.
M- M. Austin of: Winchester Ind.
knew what to.dollnlthe hour lot .need.
His wife bad such aa Cunosusl' a of
' stomach and liver trouble, physicians
. ' could aot help her. He thongb of and
: triad Dr. King' Lf piU
' igot fdialAt oncead wu Anally .cared.
,Oaly Se, at U Grand Drag Oa, and
wlit OtttMiPm Ctoraa : .
That ib why oeoole corb Lere
for tnea'a aud bs fboya' ihoes
The J. E. Tilt lina la ' oarii8pec-
ialty; Here ia where prk and
quality are combined.
C W. PRE5
i COUGH MEDICINE FOB
ban hn a ooairti medicine for
mall children voo want one in which
yoa can place implicit confidence. Ifon
wantons that not only relieves, but
mraa You want one that is i nnqnes
Unnaht harmlaaa. tOa want one 4hat
is' pleasant to take. Chamberlain's
Ornish Ramedr meeUallOl these eoa
itions. . Tbcra la aothlna so good for
1 -coughs and eolds Incident to child,
od . Jforsaia by All Dragslsta.
A Democrats View
The Cincinnati Tribune of Nov ' 28th
publiahed the following; .
'it would be a crime to piaoe the
reins of government in the ' hands of
the Fillipions," said C W O Brlen; ot
Manila, at the Grand Hotel last night
"The natives are not capable f self
government" he co ainuod. "Although
I am a Democra', I do not hesitate ! to
say that the United btates must look
aftet tboss people for sume time to
come. They are suspicious of one
HIS ALMA MATER
Pay Up ,
The public h hereby notified that
I have disposed ot my feed store to
J. W. White and 1 desire to lhank
patronage in the past and that parties
pow owing me will please call and set
tle with me personally or they can call
at tbe La Grande. National Bank who
will receipt for alt bills.-'.11-11 to 12-1
- Proi essiortaH
W. J. BISONETT
Office with J.T.Williamson, La Grande
Parties wishing the aerciees ot a com
petent bookkeeper are assnred satis
factory results. , ; ' Prices reasonable
- C. B. Cauttiorn
Office Over Hill Drug tore
i ' La Grande, Oregon
flow often the education ot the young
people of the household means rigid
economy and sacrifice on the part of
the, father and mother I They are , the
real heroes ot the commencement sea
son Mr Moody was fond of telling a
story of a student who was an honor
to his alma mater. ' -
"There was once a boy in ooUege
and he was about to graduate. Ha
wrote back to the farm for his mother
to come 8be replied that she could
not do so. She said her clothes were
worn oat, and she had no money to
buy new ones for that oooasion She
had turned her skirt twice, and it was
ragged on both sides. Tbe boy a aid1
come anyway. The poor old woman
went in her beat, which was not very
stylish. , .
"The commencement was in a fash
ionable churoh. , The son was prouder
of his mother than of his honors. ; He
walkek with her down the aisle to the
center of the church, and escorted her
to one of the best seats There 'were
tears n her eyes, and she burat out
wSeping for joy when her son pro
nounced the valedictory. The presi
dent pinned a badge on bis coat. The
young man left tbe stage and went di
rectly to his mother. He took off his
badge 1 and1' pinned it on her dress.
There were tears in his eyea. Then he
bent over and ' kissed her wrinkled
face. The boy animated by that kind
of pride will make a man who will be
a i honor to his country and to his
God. ; Such a boy ia the glory of oar
King. ' May his number luorease until
the shadows of his loveliness oover the
whole world. Selected.
NOTICE FO' PUBLICATION
Department of tlie I Dtertor
Laud OUloe, U Grande. Ore. '
Ootubar i, lwi
Notice ta hereby . given that the following
named aettler nan died notice of bia intention
to make Buril proof In auppott of hlaoUIra,
and tuataaid proof will ba made before the
KeKiaier ana Receiver oi me u. . utna uniee
at La Grande. Ore. on November 29 IMM. via.. H
E 1 i&a, Jamea Cooley, of Kamela, Oregon,
i, i, na o, os.) Bvrnec ju, 10. i
K. U6 E. n M.
Ua namea the following wltneaaea to prove
hi. continuous reaidenoe npon and cultivation
-. i 1 .... J ..I . 11,' 1 I M .n 'l '. wl .4 I' I . I
ley, William brooks, and Burt Uarvlae, all of
K.W. Davis, Ragltter.
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Bead this saner and The Weakly
Dr. A CHARLTON
601ce,at AT Hill's Drugstore
La Grande, Oregon Phone 1361
' Ke8idence phone 701
Malheur County Investments
For Investments In
Write to T. McDANlEL
EAGLES La UraOde Alria lu KOiK maeU
very Kriday night In K of t hall '. I u no
VUiting bretheru Invited U-alien . , -
C U Uuokw.U. W F a t atarvllla, W Bee
KOREBTEB!) OF AMEBICA Court Mai
Marlon, Mo B meeta each Tuesdav la Klk
halt. broUiara are Invited to attend.
Al Helaner (Jalaf aanRer.
X k A-
I O 0 F La Grand. Lodge, No 16 rreet . .u
their hall every Saturday niKht. Vial Uxg n.em
ben cordially Invited to attend.
U E Ooolidge, Bea,
A, b 4 A. M. La Grande Lodge
'3, 41. meets every 1st nd 3rd Hatur
ut of each month. ,
AC Williams 8eo, ; ' l '
OD Huffman W. M.
EaBTErN STAR OKU Hope Chapter JIo
It roeera tha aecond and fourtn Wednesday ot
each month at tM p m in Masonic Tempi.
ra ciara r r.yie, w u
Mary A Vt'arnick, ScO
ipplt rot oiTitoaui' Couroes. -Boarding
school tor rounz men 4 boys.
Box 348.Univer$ity Park Station,
Poitland t ;. -J A Orsjoh
$46, $48, $52, $55
The well known and
popular Pacific Queen.
Very handsome styles.
Payments $8.00 down
and $4 a month. Write
us for particulrrs. Mail
Orders promptly and
carefully filled. -
filers Piano House
351 Washington Street,
Large storos alao Spokane
and Seattle, Wash., and
Boise, Idaho. ,-
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Oir. lrUillLLfii.li 9 LmvlUkULSaUl
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FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR
for Coughs Colds, and Lung Trouble, several manufacturers are, advertising
imitations with similar sounding names with the view of profiting by the favorably
known reputation of FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR. ' ,
DO HOT BE IUP0SED UPOFI
We originated Honey and Tar as a Throat and Lung Remedy and unless you get
) EOLE?S HONEY AHD TAR you do not get the. original and genuine.
ymember the name and insist upon having Foley's' Honey and Tar. Do not risk
ur life or health by. taking imitations, which cost you the same as the genuine.
Foley's Honey and Tar is put 'up in three sizes 25c, 50c and 1.00.
Prepared only by FOLEY & C0.j 02-0A0 OMoStoO J
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sold m f.eco::::ekded by
A T HILL, DRUGGIST