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O N No 1 a good six room house
and Uire lots, .erioe 1000, oashv,;
L Gr Co No S A" new three room
house, two lota, Dar R R shops. City
water In hou?e, small; barn, frit-a
SC60, 1100 caah balance mouiblr pay-
meale. , . n 4 -
O L P No S A good, nicely I uruish
ed 6 room house, two io'Ar-oaa esaool
4 K K shops, frica 1000," IIG0 caeb
andbalsnce.monthly .payments. (, ,
J li b tSo 4-A good tlx room hoaaa,
small barn, two Iota, good location,
fnoe 75o.0O, (300 caab, balance
ADMKo 5 A fine aix room bona
oomer North Fir & T' Mreet, Una
bate, nice shade tieea add lawn.
iUtra nice bouse prioa I2&0O, W
mo, balance oue, two aud turee years,
T V P No 6 A gocd slit room bouse,
abada treaa aud lawn, two lota, good
location. Prioa U5J.l'0, part down
and balame moot hi payments
11 No 7 Small boon aud ' large lot
101il2O, tat to truth frit fWO, one
half caab. . r - ;
J K No 8 Tbreaaurea'o1landGood
lUruom bouaa and barn, billt two
years ato a lib faulty diehard. A1 nna
Douse, prior toOlA), one-half caah and
balance to ba arranged.
1 v oLr i i' KirtrtW- tin
ea'Cbeplin'a Addition p'rioe bfi,
Caah. ,: vj .'..';.. XH ;
A D U No 10-LoU;No 10-11 12,
blook Noli Romig'a Addition, Price
PDFNo 11 Four acrea ail set to
trait, new tight room bouse, email barn
wind mill and out balldinga. A snap,
trice ti&JO, 1&W oaab. $1WW In tbrca
DJBNo 12-Two lota, block No 88,
Cbaplin'a AddUioa. tXW eeah, i,
JWO No 13 22 acre farm naar
Imbler, Oregon. Part In tali sown
grain. Price 136 par aora. I ' .
A 11 No 14180 aorea algbt milet
north of La tfrando, 100 aorea in cul
tivation, balauce timber, Uood boild
log audorcbard. -floe 65eV.W, v i,
' A B No 15-4J0 aorea six. milee north
of IklanU wily, 20 aorea in .orchard,
email buiidixiga ' Frtea H000.OU. Part
oaab, balance on easy terms. - ..
U h No' lO-A flue bone,' aix room
Lonse, shade and Iruit trace, lawns and
(our lota in.block No 0, Predmore's
Addition. Price $1400.00, IUU0 ossb
and baiauoe one aud two years.
J C F No 17 A .aix room home,
barn and orchard, three ima aach UOx
110 feet iu block AO S, Chaplin's ad'
diltou trice $10 JO, half cash, balance
to be arr-.neu eutinlautory to bayer.
J(JF No'l8-Fuur 1ot;' block No fc
Chaplin's Addition, fenced and some
small buildiugajnu aams. I'rice jA,
F ' is No 19-One .Wook of 8 lots
near high school, Prat 11200, I&00
caah'.' ( f .. v
F,T No 20-Un!t block of aix lota.
Komtg'a Addltl ju, i t ue 1001, halt
FIBNo 21 A block of j four lots,
raoii COxHO, on Fourth titreet in Old
Town, Price ttioo, i50 oaab, . , : v
f No 22 A good one story brlok
building at a bargain, , 60 feet wide.
It you are interested iu this, ask (or
prica and terms, . ... ,. uW.;,.-.
J K B No 23 A uood seven . room
boa, ; city 'water, best of baih aud
pinmuing, Darn ana oui duiiuiiiks,
loar tarxe lots, partly set to trait and
bearing, one lcoatiou. , Prioa 2OU0,
$ 160 oaab and balanoe monthly pay
B B No 244 acres about one-hall lu
tod bearing Iruit trees, good Aouae,
Litrn t and out buildinga. nica stgbtly
looation in La Urande. Price 42J00,
part osen. ' v fi .-.
Mra S No 25 A ft room cottage,
(urnihbed complete, ono lot iu good
looation, all in good condition with
city iwatei in bouae aud water reut
f aid for about li montba. Price com
ulete 41100. This ia a snap, Keuta for
1 10.00 per month.
M O No 20 A 4 room Ihooae and
corner lot in good location. Price oU0,
ball caab. '
- The abore la a parrlal list of pioper
tv which we have tor sale. If thu uos
i.ot suit yon, call at the Ditto d wi.
baps we will have just what you v.,ui
We want to write your dre aua tUie
We will make yon a loan on yoar
real estate of 4uild you a nooe trom
oar Dwb Diana w. '
Call at our otflce In the Foley block
if yon wfrnt anything In our line.
Couihlni Speit Caused Death
"Harry Duckwell, aged 2ft years
choked to death earl yatterday morn
lug at his home in . tbe ipresenoa, . of
bis wife and child, "lie contracted a
alight cold a f e w day s ago and" paid cot
little attention toIU tester lay morn
ioj he was eeiied with ant of owogb
leg which t ontinued for. some, . time.;
His wife sent for a physician bet be
ore be could arrive, aaotberbooting"
r-pell oame on aad Duckwell died from
nifooatioa, St Loura tilobo-Ueiue-orat
Deo 1 1901." ilallaidi Horebound
ayrup wound hare saved him. 25o. 60c
and U0a-NewUa Drug Co,
La Grande Creamery;
I Established New Branch
After 18 months' of Inceaaant labor
and solicitation, the East Oregonian
has succeeded' In bringing a creamery
plant to Pendleton -
Within two months a first clais
creamery will be In operation in the
heart of the elty,rof sufflclent capacity
to beDdle any amount of business that
may be derelopid." " -
...Alex Knight, it f Union Or. lately
of Philadelphia, and O E Harper,
manager of the La "Orande ' kn'd Union
creameries, are now in the city making
arrangemAiits'for a suitable location,
and will begin tbe establishment ot a
moderd creamery' plant at' onoe. ,
- ."Mr Kh"lgbt 'will tnoVe" here' anil have
ctiarge ot tbii plant, whllsf Mr Harper
wllV wutlnue' -rn charge1 vof the La
Grande plant. Tnese gentlemen will
be sole owner of the Pendletb.4 plant.
A first -class modern creamery will
be established. The first milk to be
nsed,. until local dairymen begin fur
nishing their product, will come from
La Grands, where an, excess supply is
oKpelved by Jtbe, creamery.
Last year the Grande Bonde Cream
ery "Co Shipped '35,000 poands ot batter
from tbe Grande Bonde Valley to the
Pendleton cold storage plant, for
tnmM.'arul'aa trtia bnttar WM Bold lo
The Methodist people of the north
west under tbe leadership of Bishop
Moore are preparing tor a ten days
Congress at i some : date daring tne
fiwi and., Clark;, fair , lie .called a
mretlti,? it the re; rGSfntuf.ivps ot the
Churches In Montana Idaho Washing
ton aud Oreaou to meet him In Port
land, lait M Wad.nead.ay.i The oetlog
continued until Thursday tne e ening
between given over to the X'en'e Me;
thodist Social Union of Portland who
arranged a reoeption to Biahop Moore
aud tbe members of tbe Comniisslon.
lags with his presence. A program
will be arranged ander the dlreotion
of tbe Commission of which Bishop
Moore is tbe president and Dr Kader
and. Bey D. GlUUsn aecretareV
This will consist ol papers and
addtsfsea on ihe history of thla great
northwest region both political and
ecclesiastical iLTbejr pabllshiu K and
the educational interest of Methodism,
agKrettslve evangelism, tbe work ot
men" and ot women In the Church 4
Carmen, , Last Night '
The prodactAoi of Caruien,i at
Steward's "0pVra House. last, night . by
the Nobis Stock Uompany was all that
could be desired. Tbe parts of "Car-'
menj played by Miss Grace Huff and '
that) of "Doncalre" br Robert Earle
shouted much ability on the part of i
both, and the entire company ia es
pecial) good in this play. 'Carmen"
Is a play that calls for highly emotion
al and trying parts and' thin'1 company
deserves much credit In tne entire 'per
formance, and it is to' be ' regretted
that tbe bouae was nt packed, as all
would have seen a famous old play by
capalj people and unless they expert
to et4 auoh famous actrsssea as Olga
Nethereole and a few others, they
could expect nothing better. Tonight
tbey will play the "Moooehinere,":
Time Sohf dul
S:jO p m
halt iAka; DeirT Tt
Worth, -Omaha. Kae
baa City. St. Loula, CUi-
W nuu a.aai.
POrtUnd. Da. In. tmm.
Uletou.. Walla .Walla,
Uavton. foiuerar. t'ul-
fax, Woeoow, ttuokana.
tend pmuts em and
aorth via Spokane -
I'ortlaad. UaUea,i Pa
diet on, OmmlllA, Wal
lula, Lawkloa, Oallh a,
lloannr. Wallace. W&e.
.','1 . .
" WO '
JSiV p. m.
uer, Mpokaoa aud Mbor
labuid air. AUnU In
cept ' -Sunday
bier Mild klxin. Cun-
neniona at Liula with
kt tut potato la Wa
WW4.l-'.i. r . . . '
. Ocaaa SieaaMra betweoa rottlaad aad
baa frauouMM every avadaya. -
this market, they decided that it was
a brst-clasa location for a creamery,
and" ao, instead orshlpptngotUrliere,
tbe new company will now ship1 the ex
cess cream .here and .man of aotnre tbe
batter in tbis city. ,
1 Both 'these gentlemen are experienc
ed creamery ;; men, nd. have! ample
capital to carry out tneir piana, ana
tbe people of Pendleton mf Um.
ed that a flrat-claas plant will be estab
lished, -r "
1 Farmer's "having cows that' will be
milked for this purpose are kindly in
vited to1 Wave their addressee end the
number-of cowa tt tbla 1 bffloei. - Mr
Knight will ' not be here permanently
for a couple of months, after which
time ke may'De found la tbls.oitV.Y '
'These gentlemen were first directed
to look over tbe Pendleton field by
George D Goodhue,' tit tbe De Laval
Dairy Supply Co, whom the East Ore
gonian 'lDtereated in ;i 'creamery pro
Jedt in 1 thU city two y ears ago, and
who has since been energetically" kt
wotk In finding sal tatle men to start
a business here.
Tbe matter ot location will probably
be decided npoa Jbi evenin8etw
al good buildings have been offered tor
the purpose. F. O.
An attempt will be made to move
Irom OregonJ'nty' for' recrecllon' "dn
the ! grounds the first protestant
Cburch build .west ot the . Rocky
Moantaink It As W work' of rJasdri
Lee the pioneer ot Methodism: and
the United 8tates', the man to whom
more than any other one is oar
Nation' indebted for the sovernity of
Oregon" tb the Union.'' It taken to
Portland it Is to be used as a museum
ot Method it history and a plaoo for
general reoeption of sympatbetlo visit
6r to tbe fair. The terms of the con-
act for S'ji't ran l are that the old
Church Is to be taken to Salem and
rebulld'on' the'tiampoi 6(ttx WUara:
ette university to be kept thos In." the
eapltol ol the State aa a permanen
Mr Glllilan returned last evening
end will koeproOf readers posted as to
the further" points bn'nterejt bndeot
ad with the Congress.' ; lie will occupy
the pulpit at the Church both morn-
lnK and evening ' -v " 1 ' '
LA GRANDE -
1 MARBLE -WORKS
E. C. DAVIS, Proprietor,
; i !. A,h; ; ir
' Cbtaplote assortment of fiun
est marble' vand 'granU
hlA'uyBon band. Estimates
cheerfully furnished upon
applicati u. - , , , ,
v! i A Specialty': - .
Stomach Troubles.. and Constipa
tion- - -
"CUambe Iain's stomach and ' Lirer
Tablets are tbe best thlog for etomach
troubles snd ooostiratlon I bave ever
sold," says J R ' Cullman, a drugnlst
of Potterrifle, Mjch. They tare . easy
to Uke and always give satisfaction.
I tell my Vnstomer., to try them and It
not satisfactory to come back 1 and get
their money, bat hare neter" had a
.OMpplaint For ealeby Nwlln prog
TO WHOM IT MAT'CONCEEN
Mlc ia hereby ulveii Ibat I have ! taken, pov
eian aa M,ortaaa-e Uit Mock ol liqubn, ciara,
wr nxtureaeu. connected with the Bonarna
Sakion 00 Depoi Street In the city ol La Grande,
Oregon, Owttfd, by O. A. Brown aud that I will
o-cet re blue ft the nmi up to and iuoladi n the
iwta. day of January A. D. loot. The right la
hereby reeefved to refect any aad all bid.
14 A. PNdO, Uort4ee.
"1 was much atUcted with sciatcai
writes Ei 0 Nod, lowavllle Bedibk
Co Kan, '"going" about on cratche
. f ;. . .
, anu annering a oeai oi pain. 1 was
injured to try Ballard's' know Liniment
I nsed three,' 6Jo bottles, It la thj
greatest tjnlmebt '1' ever used,' bave
teoommealed it to a number of personi
all express themselves aa being bene-
( nted by It, I now walk without orotch
. e, able to pefrorm C gmaf - deal of
ight labor on the ' larm."-Newlln
" GENERAL DIRECTORY
Charles W Falrbanaa..vioe
John llay beoretarrol HtaU
Lealie M Bhaw . . Secretary of Jj.T
W 11 Taft....... Secretary ol war
E A Hitchcook.. Secretary of Interior
Paul Morton... tfWl?t''l
Jamea Wilson Secretary of Agricoltore
Wm. U Moodr...J.-Aotne
Bob J Wynne.. Poet Maater-General
Melville W Fuller Chief Juatioe
Victor H Metcalf. Secretary Commerse
O B Pension Commissioner.. '-'T
' .... o
U 8 Ld Commissioner. .Eugene Ware
i raeJLPOST omS .' ' 1
i M Bioliey..;.4..i...... FM Master
Ad tfilham. AasUtant
, SlGliTQ JUDICUL D18IB1CT
Bubeit akin ..Judge
uiatriot a itorney
A A Roberts... Receiver
K W DavU BeKUter
, U b WE AT 11 EB BUBEAU,
Vf A Worstell.... ..observer
; . ' STATU OF OBEQUN
yHXJPWt .......y S Senators
John U Mitchell ".T ......
Binger Herman.. Congressman 1st Dist
J N Williamson .'.Congressman 2nd Dlst
Geo. E Chamber tain ...Governor
Fi Punbar...., ...Secretary ot BtaU
U Moore feUte Treasurer
J il Ackerman bupt Public instruction
J B Whitney....;........ Mat Printer
A M Crawford Attorney General
C K Woiverton 1
B S Bean . ... ..Supreme Jadjes
PA sloora 1 ' " ' . .' .
Ooald Weat.' Asent State Land Board
OB Bellinger U Cf Diet Judge
W F Mathews. ....i.....U S Marshall
D M Dunne. Collector Internal Bevenne
John Hall.... ...... U S Dial Attorney
I JOINT SENATOR . . ' j
Walter M- Pieroe, oetweaniDmaUUv
Union and Morrow.
P A McDonald, Union and Wallowa.--
- RF.PRKSRNTAT1VB - . i-
N OMcLeod. i a-, ' . ;
JOINT BEPBESENTATIVB t
Jav Dobbin, between Union and Wal
-' COUNTI OFFICEB3 '
MA Harrison...'............. Judgd
James B Gilham.C ..i... .Clerk
C O. Pennington. .-.8berlif
O ki Proctor..., Beoordor
Jas.H. Morton. .....'...Assessor
John ' FrawleV . . . . . . . . . ....TreaiUrer
E id Bragg..; .School Superintendent
Arthur Curtis. .. . . . .. ..Surveyor
JO Henry.......... ...Coroner
LA GRANDE PBECINt
John E Hough.. ..... .Justice ot Peace
U iUWiMUUAiU aeaeee tivvunveiwiv
ciTr ornoERS 1
U Ua BAkl n " IMnorah a
J D 81ater.......i. i... i.. .'...Mayor
W H Bohneukamp. G E Kowlen 8 A
Gardinier, J W Kennedy, L.D Beavia,
A L Biobardaon. v
L Rayburo.;..., Marshal
11 F Wade.. Depty' Marsha
Chester P Newlin Recorder
E J.. Walah.......w.. ...... .Treasurer
J W Knowles City At ty
H V Oilman . . , .Water Superintendent
Fred Synhorst.'. Street Superintendent
LA GRANDE SCHOOL DISTRICT
Geo. Hansobvehatrnran; Henry roung
F 8 lvannoe, r uupauiok, David bay.
A O Williams. . . i . . . . . U. . . . ; . :. . .Clerk
U J, Uookenberxy.... Superintendent
V 'I U Ul '.LI J
How Would You JJR(L
to have One' Hundred ,
New Customers? r'
Is 'your stor in suoh shape that One
Hucdred New Customers won Id "turn
the tile" for youT - " "
Are things with yon- only jast-Meoi
eo"f Bills matariag too fast salss a 1
little to slow 'oo many people going'
past your doors lack of "Bnap" and
"go" jand ."busMe' around your;
Are fixed exDensea oomlna to. ba a-
bunlea while they should bo merely
ap Incident in yonr business?
- If yon feel these' sysiptoms-ttd ms.t
ter whether yon are a big merchant or
a little one (-Voa need a TonlQ J . , , .
In just aa lare doses as yon can stand
, j i" .'!
REfcATEtb EVttRV bAY
will change i the a whole situation Tor '
r It ia idle to suppose that -yoa caa r
not aacn re tbe pnr baridrtd i ne V cnb
tomere regular oustomers'who would "
turn the tide" lor yoa. .-
YOU CAN QTXTHK.M tiufaatiby
wishing for them. It's not so easy as
that, .Nor by distributing .hand bills, -Or
putting up pasters, or bnytng epace
in programs it's not so easy as that.
xoa must spend some money more
than yoa' have ever spent for ' Ade'
ADVERTISING 1 SPACE ;
:. . v, ni uu
la your Daily Newspaper
IF YOU HAVEiANYT IjIG.TO.SEa LET, THE 'E0PLE
WiMlJ THlJH'IflW MlrAKIMUl AND
TOUWlli FIND A BUYER. IF YOU WANT TO BUI EX
PUUN YOUR WANTS THR0UGHTHE5E COLUMNS.
FOR BENT Parnished rooms with
wlthoot' bath.' Ia' best resldenee
district, .! Inquire at Cor Fourth aad
Main at, the George Hansen proper-
tyj ri...-. p...;. - janon:
FOR SALEOne War black florae
aix rears old weight about 1100 lbs
For particulars see Fred Jaooba,'
X)KrBKNT-Tw6'forriU'hed rooms In
Sbmmer building'.' 1 ' " " " "
'FOK BENT-lA nicely famished hoese
, ' of four tooms, id good neighborhood
( For partioalars' aeo Wm.' MlUer 'k
Bro , 1107 Adam vej ''
FOR BENT One six- room house,
good locatiou. One five room opt
tags furbished complete."-., few,
i ... VJi
provements.L GrandeV Invest
ment Co., Foley Hotel Building.
TOONDH-Ooe palf ofgentleirn'e an
ilJ..'.'L.li':l-1lJ. llr... m ku
'anmVby paying for thia notice.
PLAIN SEWING AND .PBESSMAK
ING Mrs Adoa' Rogers "2nd ' ' boose
- north Of iAdacn and Cedar 1 St next
' to A Anderaon- " 1 1 'week
FOR BALE Poland China boar,;En-
ulraof W T 6teln, B F, D; JNo, 2,
two' miles east of .La Grande Phone
'mi',::;;,; '.r.r'.yi i6.a'ip
LOSP-rScale beam to ematli pUiorm
.neca'e, between Imbler and Old iTown
.. .La Gradde, oa-' January - 71 Finder
L will please leave at tbis office.. ; t
L08T Palr'of glasses without rims,
chain sttaohfd, between Cor
Adams Avenue and Depot..
for return to this ottibf ' Z.
LOST-A-bunch ofteys. Leave
( tnw UTceaija gsTewara.
. Whet) this newspaper, ha given to
yoa' the last word aboat the' evenu of '
" the day when tt baa acted a a sort 6t "'
central off lee Jn ,oonneotin"-'Toa
wrthr all of ereation"Mt has done
muoh for yoa ot oonrse. '
But tt can do more than that-it can
neljryoa ran yoap stora, jnt pHiee.
yon factory or your house.
It oan csrry your litUe worries for yon
Yo"f no fallfieeiionr news-'!
papeVif yoa Mmplrtead It1. -
rondo not know yoar newspaper
nntil yon hare used .It want oolamna .
lttnhBpoe of cthtngV Idt yoa 11 """
r j J?an find lost things ior yoaJ find
r ft, Wot help iaWaodS1
for yoa house, yoa lot, yoar horse,
; foxirfttiHiiturtp tyrant shop or store; "
- leasehold or equity. '
things for yoa
..,1 H-.:'. -i 4t.i ill - '
ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE .
, la the County Co art of ttu gute ot Or(oa
tor Uaiod Ooaaty.' ' In the nutter at the ttiA
of Jane Ball, 4cked JJoilcS U hy ' grr
th&itha aodrUnMl dulsttr4tor of the a
esUtc of Jane Ball, deeeaied, panoaot to aa Pf i .
4er oftb above ntUUl Court, rnada and ad-
land om the Uth dar of Dacamber A. D KM will
f from aad afUi WedaaaOay the Kt ay of JW
raaryaDUoa,proaeedieaU at trtvate aaic m
(ureasbUthe bifheat bidder aolyec teooj.,.
nrmaUoo by tha Ooart, all tb rVht, tall. .Su4
Dtereat'of ad 1 dwcdefil :1a ioSVi thi Wlowfng
deaedkaa real aUt4 tatWtanttfimifJ'bnrf1.
hall lnterert In loU 1 and i. and all of lot iimtu
Block 101 Of Chaplin' Addition to I iQcandr
Oregoo;'aa undivided one half Interest In and, t9 j
lot aiWlnd (he north tireiity-baa raat'of lia? la
BiooK1 14 ia Arnold. AddlUda to U Grande; Chi'
on Caunty, Oregon ttbjea U Uj lift'. nataaWot ' -Ucorge
BaU,Uicsreia,auda mongaga p $7J e'm
LoU t aad 2 la Block h aa aforwald,er as atfSb, t.;
tbercol aa ia aaoeauar.. to pay aatata dabta.
'DnUdai Uarandt, Ortgon, and gnt pttb-'
UdiaaihlaOaeaniberiStburH.'1 t'jln" I
1 J . , ... GXHG,BAIJ Adilwaor. -
, .SUMMONS . ;s
M . Cnloa Ooanty
baOraada lnnaunent' Company, 1 ' ' '' .
. Ia prtvau eorporadoa , , ,1 - t ,
. . flalatlfti
' - ' VS. i. ,ji j) v.fi . y . '
JO Walton, 'I
.. -i- DatkadaatJ v .
To J. C Walton, Defeadaat, - . f;,
Ia the nam of the But of Oregon you are . . ,
hereby required to appear and answer tha'conv
plaint glad ae-alnat you ia the' abott aatlUed iv'
action on or before Tuesday, the Tthdayotj, ;
February,1' rJOj, aadlfyoU fail 'ao' appear or
anawerlor want theiW, the pialodn1 win ttaa"'u
ittdf mentaxalaat, you for tkt Sni of $7X00, to 1 1 it
getber with Interest thereon at the rate of taa i
percent per'annaU trom January Mth 'iDOt,
nnUl paid, and a further lam of $30.00, ate
sonaMe akorney'a fee, and toe the plaiablT a i
ooata and dlsbunementa of thii action.
' Thla Bummdntla published in the La Orande
Obaarverby; vlrtaeof aa otdarof taw Hoo. a. ','
Eaidn, Circuit Judge of the State of Oregoa foi, ;
Union County, duly mads and catered at La
Graade Oregon Becember 33, MOt, and the flrat'" '
publication to be Ueeembad 190 aad the but . -' '
publication to ba February Ird, 1906.
Jul W. RSARokuf, '
,-rt' Attornev SnV PU ati '
Two ear loads of flrat olas shlnglee ('
Just received by the 8toddard Lumber :
Obmpany, , .
(I . . K .
r.i n vrv r;r
Things for f
and able to do