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SECOND HAND GOODS
W H NT B D
Cash paid for all kinds of second band goods. If yoa
want to sell call us up by phone. We also have a few
Bed Lounges $3 50
; Chairs....... 26c and up
Bed Springs.. 6oc and up
Picture fr'ms 2oc and up
Bed Boom suits .... $35
Sofa ....4 00
Wood Beds. .60c and up
H'tng Stoves 1 6o and up
Lamps 25c and up
Matr esses 11
16 inch or 4 foot wood
The La Grande Pawnbrokers
Comer Fir and Adams
RememberTw still btiylaad. sell; all kinds
of Second Hand Goodsj J
Have a tic laid away for a Xmas Present
Each in a nice package.
Look at our $ J Window, now filled with
5 A. V. ANDREWS
WHAT SOME PEOPL IN AND
OUT 0FAT0WN ARE
Gents Furnisher and Tailor.
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The Dry Land Alfalfa grows without irri
gation. BROME GRASS
Red Clover, Alfa.fa and all kinds of
Garden Seed in bulk
Seed Wheat, Baled
Barley. Oats, Etc'
The only Seed House
A.. V. Oliver
JEFFERSON AVE Phone 1571
To make your Thanksgiving as you would wish it to
be you must have the very best to secure the best re
sults. We have everything you desire, such as maple
syrup, raisins, a full line of Heizens goods, the best of
extracts, mince meat, new crop of nuts, sour Kraut,
pickles, cheese and everything you need. Call and
inspect our goods.
NEBRASKA GROCERY STORE
Oor. Fir and Jefferson Sta.
Mr Q W Thomas left tbls forenoon
(or North Powder. -
MrNordoo'tho section foreman at
Huron arrived In the city thii forenoon
D M Clark of the Cove was in La
Grande yesterday on a brief shopping
John 0 Gardner, the well known . O
E 6 N engineer has been on the sick
list at the Hotel Koley for a .few days
Mr O J Borlber, of the Farmers ani
Traders Bank left this morning for
boslness at North Powder in conneot-
with the sating department of the bank
Officer Boyd of Baker City reports
that there were 17 places quarantined,
13 (or scarlet fever, three for dipther-
ia ani one for smallpox, showing a de
crease from last week.
The ladles of the Central Uhnrch
of Chriat serred a very fine dinner to
day and 'will serve an equally good
supper th's evening. Bemember the
place Armory Ball.
The trial of the fiazor case which
via.o.ivimw will nnt rm huM
In the court house which was expect,
ed to be com pld ted in time but will be
held in the Commercial Club .
The frame of the two story residence
of Mrs Robert Brltts was raised yes
terday. Winter seems to hare no effect
upon those wno are determined lo
hare homes o! their own.
Hope Chapter No 13, O E 8 will
hold a special Communication Friday
Deo 23 7:30 p m In order to confer the
degrees, and to arrange for Installation
ceremonies. By order of Clara I Lyle
There will be homemade mince pies
at the cooked food sale Friday at book
and Thomas !meat market under the
auspices of the ladles of the M E Churh
there will also be a few fancy artioles
The Oregon legislature will meet on
Monday, January Otb. There being
no senatorial election in the way some
good wholesome legislation stiould be
enaoted.' The legislator will be com
posed of 74 republicans and 16 demo
McCleag the young man who forged
checks on the Baker City Herald nnd
who was captured in this city by officer
MoLacblin yesterday waived examine
tlon in Baker City and was held in
the sum of 1750 to appear at the next
term of court.
Secretary Anthony Mohr of tbe
Sumpc-er bra. -we of the Or. gon Mlieis
sssociatiou baa sl erf tbe members to
meet December 28 to dlsonsa with Rep
resentative A D Smith of Baker a plan
for ti e tight against t' Eddy corpora
ti n law. Mr Smith waa elected on ao
ami-Eddy law platform
' Mr rrnnk James who for years
figured as a prominent llgure as an
outlaw ani the brother of the famous
Jeeia J men whn ia now tn charge
a play on the mad passed through tbe
city this morning eu route to p iluts
Abjut twenty pupils from Moscow
passed through tha city this f.renoon
enroute to Idaho. Tbe company con
sisted of a football team and several
besides who are returning to their
homes in Idaho to spend tbe holidays
The representatives ol the Agraonlture
Colled ge will play toot ball at Weiser
Boise and either .points in .Idaho,
duirng the holidays.
Jersey Cream Patent Flow. Every
sack guaranteed by
Romlj & Staples, Grocers.
City council m eets tonight
. Mr Cbas Olson was In tbe city today
for a load of supplies
Mr Pete Nelson of Perry come to tbe
oty this afternoon on business.
A F Warren and wife left yesterday
for Athena whers tbey will make their
Mr frank Alden from Starkey arrived
la the city yesterday and returned
borne this morning ,v
The University Glee and Mandelin
duba will be the attraction at the
Commercial Club tonight
Tbe dance given by tfie Jolity Dano
ins club at the Commercial Club last
night was tbe general suocess.
Mr Geo Bart mass left this morning
for tbe bills and the range to oollect
a number of horses for difficult par tits
Mr O B Shoppat from the Cove wu
in tue city today for the purpose of
laying in supplies and pure baaing
OSTEOPATHY" ASSI&TS N A TUBE
Nature always tends toward the
normal-toward recovery from disease.
Tbe time required to restore the nor
mal depends upon the auloianoe or
hindrance Nature meets with on the
part of the physiolan. The Osteopath
does not go against Nature by giving
drugs, but by rational, scientific means
assists normal processes to recover
their equilibrium in the human system.
Therefore he shortens the time which
Nature requires to , work a 'cure.
Bemember, it is always Nature that
cures tne pnysioian can never do more
than Nature's assistant.
We are now showing the most complete line of furniture
ever displayed in this county A visit to our establishment
will rep y you for here are to be found the latest in art and
comfort A few HOLIDAY SUGGESTIONS:
Rockers from $2 to $67.6C, Morris chair $12 to $26, Iron
beds $3 to $23, Dining tables, Center tabler, all prices,
Chafliners 10 to 35 dollars, Bed room suits, beauties from
16 to 65 dollars, Folding beds, Lounges, Hall trees, Rugs
Art Squares, Portier curtains, pictures, eto'
The above is only a suggeetiou and comprise the . latest
creations. Come and look ' ' .
Residence Phone 367
-1202 Adams Ave'
Stell well & Vandermuelen, Proprietors.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL : BUTCHERS.'
Highest market price paid for all kinds of butchers'
stockHides, pelts and furs. Also chickens & poultry.
W S.Baily, P O True, Texas, writes
My wife had been suffering five
years with paralyse in her arm when
I was persuaded to ase Ballards Snow
Llnlmeut which cured her all right.
I have also used it for old sores frost-
bites and skin eruptions. It does the i
work." 25o GOo tl.OO Newlin Drug j
Undigested food and gas in the stom
ach located Just below the heart. !
presses it an I causes heart palpltat- j
ionr When your heart troubles you
In that way take ilerbine for a few I
days. You will soon be all right, 60o. !
Newlin Drug Co
There is no doubt about our line being complete,
up-to-date, and always fresh.
Here are some pleasing things at . pleasing prices:
Extra select Desert Yellow Peaches,. per can 30c
Extra select black TartariahChereies per can 30s
Extra select Cuthbert Raspberries .....per can 80c
Extra select blackberries. per can 25c
Sugar-loaf grated Pine Apple .per can 30o
Sugar-loaf-sliced Pine Apple , per can 25c
For the best and whitest bread use Jcr
sty Cream Flour.
you eve' ate is the kind we are serv
ing. Just think of what you like b-t
to eat and come here and get it
Perfectly oo;ked and perfectly served
Each diah appetizing in looks as well
as smell and taste.
THE PROOF OF THE PUDDING
is in the eating. So drop in by your,
self first and put our brands to the
test. After tbat you will come often
and bring your friends with you. For
in addlllon to a first class meal we
add to your happiness by carving the
prices as well as we do the meals.
J. A. ARBUCKLE, Prop.
OPEN DAXJAND NIGHT
e sell weekly Meal
j ROMIG & STAPLES, '
I Grocery and Bakery. La Grande.
j Phone 43!
In order to make room for large Stock of ladies' and D
Children's shoes, I quote the following prices on Men's M
and Boy s shoes: I
Men's Best Box Calf and Yici Kid. regular $5 for
$3.75 and $4 00
Men's $3.50 and $4.00 Box Calf and Vici Kid
$2.75 and $3.00
Boys' Shoes from $1.00 to $2.00
All lines of men's and boys' shoes reduced in price,
and every pair guaranteed to be from iww and up-to-date
QUALITY SH9E ST2RE
T. M. STUBBLEFIELD. . ; .
Saves you money.
Your shoes repaired in up-to-date Style.
Notice to the patrons of La Grande Light aud Power Co.
That on and after January 1st we will install a day
circuit in this city and take this meaus of notifying our
Eatrons. Any changes to be made in lights which can not
e turned off during the day should be arranged as soon as
possible. Those desiring power can confer with us at any
time regarding prices of motors, rates, etc We have motors
priced as iouows, I. o. o. oan ? rancisco.
o n. p.
10 h p
15 b p
20 h p
SO h p
To this price must be added freight from San Francisco to
La Grande. For information call at office ot
LA GRANDE LIGIT AND POWER CO.
Rose Decorations .New and Neat. Genuine
t Mat Gold Knobs and Handles.
No better waie made, aud tbe price $18 30 for a 50-piece set is within the reach of any one wanting a set of dishes
' Oome in and look over our line of China Ware.' ' " .
The Golden Rule Company
Largest Store Smallest Prices
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