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t f baying Furniture, Carpets
mid House Furnishings where
Y'uicaa get more for a dollar
than a dollar will boy elsewhere
J 5 Iron Beds 12.75 to $12 00
Brussels carpet, 65c per yard
' A il wool Ingrains 62? per yard
4 wool union 38c per'yard
Brussels Ingrain 80c per yard
E. G. ADCOOK
Saccersor to E. Andross.
And roes Old stand Phone 9-1
My Picture Frames
, Mouldings, Plate Rail
room mouldings shades
and Curtain Fixtures.
J 'dure framing, hand made
l-rtque shades. Oval Bevel Mat
Ciuitine a specialty. I have the
tn ly Oval Bevel machine in
Audross old stand Phone 9-1
t. OLKH L Uranrle Airie so F O hi meeU
tvory Hundaj nljht lu K oi P ball at S p in
i9iLinir urathoru tnvitad 1 altn'L
J a. Jrialott, W. P. T. H. Ullbam, W. 8.
KXIREHTEBH Of A II KUICA Oonrt Mai
Marion, No 2t mccM each Tuesday In Klk
liaU. Urotaere are invilea to atteaa.
Al Heleoer Chief Eanger.
t aadorpool KeeHeo. .
i O O 9 La Grande Lodro. No 16 treat
thalt ball every Halurday nllit. VUlUug u.iu
' o ta eucdiaUy IBTitcd to attend.
U. W. itobertaoo, N U
K. Snook, Bee.
IT AH KNt-AMPMlSNT No 31. I. O. O. K.
ii eeU eTery Brw and third Tuaradaye tn the
Monin In Udd rellowa null. V tailing pain-
er-'h mwwva welcome tv auooa, t- r.
A. K. A A.M. La Qrande Lodge
a. 41. meets every 1st and 3rd Batur-
uy oi eacn montn.
A O Williams Seo,
0 DUuilmaa W. M
Aril KRN STAR O B Hope Chapter No
l lueet the eecona ana ronrtn wenoesaay ot
u utoatn al r-M a m tu m atonic iciupie
lira Clara 1 i,yle, W M
Mary A Warniek. deo -
M. W.A. La Grande tamp Wo. 7703 mccta
(very firat and third Wedn aday of the
Dionlhatl. O.O. K. Hall. All Visiting nelrh--
to a are corulally Invited to attend.
O. Keislend, V. C.
John Hall, Cleric. :
M.?nns the abilitr to do a (rood day's
work, without undue fatiirne and to
i ml life worth living, sou cannot
have Indication or constipation with
out it upsetting the liver and pollut
intr tho blood. Suoh a condition may
be best and Quickest obtained by ller-
bii.e, the best lifer regulator that the
world has ever known. Mrs. u w
Smith writes, April 3, 1902: use
1 1 . r bine, and find It the best medioine
lor constipation and regulating the
liver 1 have ever used.' Price 60 cents
yo-lln Drug Co
Ifymir tickets rrad over the Deliver
and Rio Urantle Railroad, t.i "Ucenle
Line ol the world"
'I'oere are so many eoente alt act tn end
polntaof iutereHt Klong the i'ie
tereen Oaden and Denver I bat tut tt M
never becomes Ureaotne
If yon are
rolna eaat, write tar affir
mation and set a pretty book mat will
tell you all
I about It
W C McBRIDE, Agent,
124 Third 8t.
May Indict Also In
The District Court
Waahlngton, Peb. 04. -Attorney
Heaey and secret agent Earni are to
day ia consultation with Attorney Gen
eral Moody la regard to having In
dlctmanta found ia tba Dlrtrict coorta
agaloat Mitchell, Hermann and Will
Mrs Frank Lilly entertained
number of friends at Whist at her
home yesterday afternoon. Mrs H 'O
Grady winning first and Mrs M L
Causey second prises The score oardt
were la ink drawings by Mrs Lilly all
having the picture of a baby In differ
ent positions. Mrs Lilly also com
posed the following little verses wbioh
were on ber invitations, proving that
she is o nslderable of a "poet:
"On Tharday afternoon at two
Most hsppy I will be 11 you
Will please accept my invitation .
And join with me in recreation
"Whist we will play, and while at
Will try and see if we are able
To keep the rule the name implies
And Whist! our talk as the moment
Then we will quickly count our score
And banish ah 1st to further hours
Let conversation reign supreme,
Where - woman is acknowledged
Those present were:
Meadames, Keavis, Molitor, ttoss,
Andrews, Mosby, Alkine, Alilison
Kiddle, Slater, Causey, Grady, Ash,
Gulling, Moore, T N Murphy; Richard
son, Moldsn, Bock. Miss EdnaBohilke.
An Interesting Relic
Russet W. Gross who now resides in
this city, yesterday brought to this
oity a bead collar which he made while
a prisoner in Libby prison during the
three months which ha was held pris
oner in that, the greatest of southern
prisons. The collar is a handsome
pieci of work and represents many
hours of careful snd painstaking work.!
Is i a valuable ratio and will ha
treasured by the family during gene-
ntlnn,tnimii. Mr flrrua aa m ami.
dier in the Union army during (our
years of that most awful struggle ,nd
was captured at the battle of Port Re
public June the seventh 18C2 and re
mained a prisoner exactly three
moutns'to a dsy. He was a member of
Co. 0 twentynintb Ohio Infantry.
BEES FOR SALE
The undersigned has eight stands of
Italian bees whioh he will dispose of
at reasonable price If sold at once.
These are all good strong and healthy
coliniea and . will surely thrive if
given proper attention
U O Thomason La Grande Oregon
Residence Fourth street Old Town
M 2 DA W
When you want GOOD PRINTING
Call Phone No. 1371
lamaoa. This procedure ia a posslbll
ity in tha eaaaa of Senator Mitchell
and Congressman Williamson, and It
la atatad that It will be a certainty In
the ease of Representative Herman a
on the charge of destroying poblio
At Central Church.
The main room and side room were
filled last night to bear Evangelist
Ooombe upon "Whit the Chorea of
Chi 1st teaches." About thirty five
people have come oat on the Lord's
side daring these meetings. Tonight
the Evaogellat will give a Bible
Reading on "The Unpardonable Bin."
The subject tor sermon Is "The Devil
la white." A number of persons will
be baptised today by the pastor O U
King on Batardsy the subject for ser
mon will be The Five Kingdoms.'
Its p m Sunday Mr Coombs will
preach to womsnonly.
Found Not Guilty
(UyScrlppe News Association
llutler Mo Feb 24-The jury la the
case of Charles Krata, charged with
boodling while a member of the St
Louis city council, returned a verdict
early this morning of not guilty.
Butler, Mo Juror Evilsizer In the
Kratz case tcday said, "We acquitted
me aeienaant (principally Deoause we
did not place much credence In the
testimony of the State's witnesses"
The Circuit Attorney expressed great
surprise and chagrin at the outcome
of the case.
THE DIFFERENCE IN
The first cardinal difference between
Osteopathic and all other medical
! reasoning can be explained right at
this point. The old-school diagnosis
eDPnM,ZM the importance of each of
' " varying and perhaps evanesoent
1 A a . . . .
l7"Pw. accruing so siignt
i Variation, OOUStTUCtS and
niuea amareut uiaeases. at literally
Constructs disease out of aymptons,
and therefore regards, tn the main, the
symptom as ths disease. It nraFihas
drugs to combat and ohange these
symptoms It therefore "doctors
symptoms instead of causes.
The Osteopath in hi original way
seeks ont,the oaue, which he finds in
moot all cases to be anatomical Over
coming the cause is Osteopathic treat
ment. Iron Workmen Strike
By Hcrlpps News Association
St Petersburg Feb 24-The strikers
who went out today Included tbe em
ployees of the Stiloff Iron Works.
sTThere it a difference
that "will do" and tha
which in the kind you
We make a specially
of pleaaiug, as we have
the equipment with
which to produce good
printing and printers
who understand the art
There is no order too
small or too large to
receive our carelul
Wf print anything
from posters to visiting
ByBcrlppe News Association
Klshineff Feb 24 The trial of thirty
one Christians, chanted with the
murder of Jewe daring the rlota here
last year, wete completed today. Nine
of the prisoners were acquitted, and
twenty one were sentenoed to an Im
prisonment of one month each. Under
the Czar's amnesty manifesto, these
twenty two escape punishment.
By Sorippi News Association
Lincoln Neb Feb 24 Te Supreme
Ocnrt today Issued a mandate' to the
Omaha District Court to order the
extradition of Tom Delison the noted
Omaha policy king and political boss,
to Iowa for trial on the grounds of
complicity in the famous Pollock dia
mond robbery for wblch Fradc Phcr
oliffas served a trm in tha peoittn
BASKET BALL AT
The membeis of the La Qrande
High School Basket Ball team It ft tbis
morning lor Baker City where they
ill p'.ay a gm tonight with the
them of the BakT Higti School. The
line up is at follows. Miss Blanche Mo
Murray being the Captain of tbe team :
Center Blanche MoMurray
Forward Hstlie McMurray
. and Nell Young
Gusrds Ethel Gulling
"V and Grace Hopper
Substitutes , Bonnie Forrest, and Lula
Wilson. . '
pDoaoh George Hansoo
Theodore Roosevelt. . . ,
John 11a jr, Secretary of htate
M Huaw.. Secretary of rreanury
W 11 Taft Secretary of War
B Hitchcock.. Secretary of Interior
Paul Morton Secretary of Navy
James Wilson .Secretary of Agriculture
Win. H Moody Attorney General
Robt J Wynne.. Post Master General
Melville W Fuller Chief Justice
Victor II Metoalf. Secretary Uommero
U 8 Pension Commissioner
..; W 8 lilt hards
U 8 Land Commissioner.. Eugene Ware
G M Kiohey Post Master
Ad Uilbam Assistant
KIGUTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT
Rubett ICakin Jde
Lroy Liomax Uistrtot Attorney
US LAND OFK1CU
A A Roberta.. Receiver
K W Davis Keitiftter
U U WEATHER BUREAU
W A Worstell Observer
STATE! OF OREOuN
j"ts. a ois.
iZuHiSli US Senators
Bintrer Herman.. Congressman 1st Dist
J N Williamson.. Congressman 2nd Dist
Geo. fiChamberlaiu Uovernor
P I Dunbar ..Secretary of titate
(J 3 Moore State Treasurer
J 11 Ackerman bapt Public Inciruotion
J R Whitney Htate Printer
A M Crawford Attorney General
C K Woiverton )
K 8 Bean .....Supreme Judges
K A Moore
Oswald West.. Agent State Land Board
O B Bellinger U H Dist JuJe
YV P Mathews ...U S Marshall
DM Dunne. Collector Internal Revenue
John Uall U Dist Attorney
Walter M Pierce, between Umatilla,
Union and Morrow.
P A McDonald, Union and Wallowa
Jsy Dobbin, between Union and Wal
lowa. COUNT? OFFICERS
MA liarriaoo Judge
James B Uilbam Clerk
CO Pennington Sheriff
u 11 Proctor Kecoriler
Jas.U. Morton Assessor
John Frawley Treasurer
B El Bragfl....8obo .uperintenrient
Arthur Curtis. Surveyor
J U Henry Coroner
L.A GRA DEI PRKCINT
John K Uoogb Justice of Peace
J II MoLachlin Constable
J D Slatei, Mayor
W II Bohneukamp, G E Fowler. 8 A
Gardinler, J W Kennedy, L, D Keavis,
A li Riobardson.
L Rayburn Marshal
-r) F Wade Deuty ii arohal
Chester P Newlln Recorder
E J Walsh Treasurer
J W Knowles City Atty
II (1 Glltnan.... Water Huperintendent
Fred Bynhorst.. Street Superintendent
LA GRANDE SCHOOL DISTRICT
Geo Hanson, chairmen; Uenry Voung
t 8 Ivanboe, F Kilpatriok, David Kay.
A O Williams Clerk
11 J Hookenberry.... Superintendent
DR. A. L RICHARDSON.
Physician and Surgeon.
10) oc over UlU'i Dm Btore.
OfUce Pbooe U4 Reeldeaoe Pboae VA
N. MOLITOR. M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Corner Adams eveaue and Depot HC
Office Phone U Kealdeoot Phone (HI
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Lewli building, opposite Hommer Hooae
OfflM Houra, I to 1, 1 ia .
BACON & HALL,
YSIC1ANS AND SURGEONS
Office la Foley building, Phone list
C. T. Baoou, Raaidenoe Phone I1M
M . K. Hall, Residence 2121
DhS. BIGGERS & BIGGERS
Physicians aud Surgeons
Q W Blaxors, M. D. Geo, U Blssers, II. U
Office 11 Kesldenoeil
Q(Qoe' Kulnton Building over J. M. Berry's
Stoie. kealdenoe ou Medlaoa Ave, aecoad
door weelof 'ormer ratldenoe, Or. U. W. Diggers
Lk GRANDE - OREGON
ProTesiionel oalli promptly aUended to
dajr or uWh
Oliloi Buramet Building .
Office t'bone 5-1
Kealdenoe P hone 117
C. B. Cauthorn.
Office) Over Hill DrunI.Btore
La Granle, Oregon
R. l. LINCOLN
Up Dtnlra, Cor Adams avenu and Depot HU
Dr. I' A CHARLTON
OUice at A T Hill's Drug Store
Lu Qrande, Oregon Phone 1361
Residence phone 701
Farmers' line 58 .
CKAWF0RD & CRAWFORD
LA O RANDS, v OKKQON
ortlee In Hointner iulldln(.
J. W. KNOWLES
Attorney and Counsellor
Office in Ralaton Building
l'liouel56 ., ' La Qrande Or.
, H. T. Wllllnma . a. C. Williams
Ortt ID IUltO0 Building
Phone 1O5S '- la Qrande, Or.
W. I. BISON ETT
KXPICRT ACCOUNTANT .
OUioe with J. T. Williamson. La Grande
Parties wishing the serviees of a com
petent bookkeeper are assured satis
factory results. Prices reasonable
D. C. KELLEY,
Books posted and complicated ao
oouuta adjusted. Pen ion papers a
specialty. Notary Public .Claims
sgaknst the government oonsidered.
Correspondents solicited. Add res
Lock boa 613
Ou all oasH purchases of
; $1.00 or over, complete stock
'of meats poultry, lard, our
'own cured breakfast bacon
ud1 hams a specialty.
Phone 1601" ;
Wre pay the highest market
price for hides, pelts, and furs
tfaaaeeipr a e
J L Mars wishes to hire twelve teams
to haul rock'. . Inquire at Oregon Pro
Jiuu'raK jii Iding
CHAS. MELQUUT, Proprkior.H'
WINES, LIQUORS 3
AND CIGARS J
Finest collection? of stuffed
animals ou the Pacific a
j COd8t, '.-'";!'; i j
Blue Front Saloon
E. THOMSON, Proprietor.
Imported and domestic J
Hot or cold' lunch all hoars
JeBcreoa Arsae Oppealte Depot '
CHAS, ANDERSON, Prop. 2
Always on hand
JOHN BICVCRi Prop, r .
C Complete aeaortment of '' .
WINES, LIQUORS '
Mixed Drinks a Specialty ' Fir Si.
' CHRIS WRIGHT. Prop. .. 1 ,
Gentlemen always Welcome '
. . Fir Street
ULRICH lOTTlS. Prop.
Lunches are our specialty
Jc (Tot eon Avenue, Optoaite depot
depabtI TimeBehrdul ruuM ' I '
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