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TWO SPECIAL BARGAINS
13 acres adjoining town, can be irrigated,
Price, for cash, upon application.
420 acres near Cove, all fenced, good outside
range, 160 acres fine for fruit or. grain, well
watered. Fine place for horse ranch. ;
Price upon application
jCa Srande Jnvostmont Co
Foley Hotel Building
La Grande, Oregon
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; STEAM LAUNDRY
Should come to our Laundry
The Miller Case
. District Attorney Lomax, aeaisted by
Mr Smith, ?.hea merged victor In the
fierce legal contest which hs been
waged erer alnoe Boy Miller went oo
trial and tbla afternoon the state will
complete Its evidence. 8trong points
of la bar arisen which ware ably
urged by C A Johns, attorney (or the
defendant, regarding the introduction
of certain evidence. The case Is being
stubbornly fought on both aldea and
every opportunity la taken advantage
of. But the state has prevailed and
nearly all the evidence on hand Intro
duced. Tomorrow morning It - la expected
the defense will be given their Inning
and the testl atony will be beard with
mora than ordinary interest. The court
room today was crowded wit-i specta
tors. Mr Johns contested every point
rslsed in fsvor of the defendant and
able legal arguments were numerous.
The time today was taken np by the
ttate In the introduction of evidence
tending to show that the $15,000 check
given Goes as alleged I the indictment,
bad been cleared thro :fc the Bank of
Sump tor, marked paid and placed on
the books as cash, when in fact it was
never paid at all and was worthless.
This Is the contention of the state. H
8 Darg in, who was cashier of the Bank
of Sumpter, wss the principal witness
this morning lie identified several
deposit checks made by the bank In
favor of A P Goss, the state holding
that these checks were only a cloak to
cover op the crooke I transaction and
that the money noted on them was
never in the bank.
Just what the defense will be is not
known, but it Is promised to be strong.
Mr Johns Is fighting the caie on every
ground and appears oon&dent of clear
ing his client. Baker City Gerald.
4sa lifilQU RACICTr
UWt Lake, Demer. Ft.
wortu, umuu, Bo
na City, 8t Loeis, Clu-
806 p. m.
of .anything from a -: pleasant
smile to clean liueo
WEI DO IX RIGHT
If jou have no other way call on the
LA GRANDE LIGHT AND J0WER GO.
and secure an
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LA GKAaUK, OR
PorUaad. Dmlka. Pea-
Idleton. WalU Walla,
LNtvlou. PomuroT. Col
fax. Uoaoow. iiDulcsna.
uukd poinla ml and
Portlaad, Dallas, Kn
dlelon, OmatUla, Wal
lula, Lewi-. ton, Colfal,
Hmcow, Wailace. W'ar
uar, Hpolutac aua other
polaU etui and north
Island Cltv. Alicel. Im-
bier and j-Igin. Con
bc ticja at LlriB with
Uavt lor point la Mai.
80 a 1
Ofean Htaarocra betwraa l'ortland and
8aa Franeiaoo eTery i v dia.
Hy amtr, trit
Found a Cure for Dyspepsia
Mrs S Lindsay, of Fort William.
Ontario, Canada, who haa suffered
quite a number of years from dspp
sia end great pains in the stomach,
wss adviaed by her drupgtst to take
Chamberlain's Htomaob and Liver
Tablets. She did so and says, "I find
that they have done me a grat daal
of good. 1 have never had any suffer
ing ainoe I began using them." If
troubled with dyspepsia or lrdigestion
why not take thase Tablets get well
ana stay weiir r or sale y Hewliu
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DR. A. L RICHARDSON,?
Physician and Surgeon,
Cffio art Hill's Drag Store, '
Office Phone 13GS BeatdaaeePaoaeSU
N. MOLITOR. M. D.
PHYSICIAN AMD SURGEON
Corner Adams araaoe and Depot 8C
OffleeFfaoneZM Beaideooe Phoae 681
PHYSICIAN ANDJ SURGEON
' Ftume .711
Lev Li balldlnf , opposite Botamar Bona s
Offlo Bom, 1 to 4, T to
PROFESSIONAL CARDS 1 vArArrW-
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JAMES FARQUHARSCLX Prop,
WINES, ; LIQUORS
Cold luDchet and mixed drinks
specialty. ' Fair and impartial
treatment to all. Ton are ia
vlted to call and get acquainted
BACON & HALL,
YSICIANS' AND SURGEON S
Offloe la Foley baUdlnf, Fhone 119L
O. T, Baeon, Bcaldenoe Fbone llSa,
M. C Hallifioaldeaoe tin
Taooma June 23 An unsiiooessful
attempt was made this .morning to
OMd up tbe North oast Limited from
61 Paul near Puyallup. A man board
ed tbe train at Puyallup and when tbe
train was three miles ltom tbe station,
ordered the engineer to stop sit a fire
near tbe track. . The engineer did not
atop until about a ball a mala beyond
tbe fire. When , tbe brakeman came
np to tee what 'the trouble :was, the
bandit fired at bim. He then tried to
run the engine and ta'ok to the fire.
but he flailed and jumped- 60 the en
gme. ne nrea twice at the engineer
but miued. He then dissapeared In
tbe brush. N . .. ;
FOR BENT-Furniihed room for ladv
or gentlemen, with electric lights
and bath Mra L A Baker
Phone Maine 811.
Cures Old Sares
Westmoreland Kans. May 5. 1902.
Ballard , SnowL. Liniment Co: Your
Snow Liniment cured an old sore on
the side of my chin that was euppoeed
10 oe a cancer, inesore was stuboorn
and would not yield to treatment.
onui 1 inea enow Liioiment, wblcn
did the work in short order. My
sister, Mrs Sophie J Carson, Aliens
villa Mlffln Co, Pa; haa a sore and
mistrusts that it Is a cancer. Pleaia
sedd her a 50o bottle.
The. laratlvi. afFont of rham Ka.-1bI i.
Stomach and Liver Tablet a Is so agree
aoie ana so natural tnat you do not
realize it la the effect of a medicine.
For ealeby Nswlin Drug Co
Deep tearing or wrenching pains,
occassioned by getting wet through,
worse when at reat, or on first movirj
the limbs and In cold or damp weatb -er,
la cured qaioklv by Ballarh's Snow
Liniment. Oscar Oleson, Gibson City
Illinois, Feb 10, 1902: "A year ago I
was troubled wltb a pain In my baok .
It soon got so bad I could not bend
over. One bottle of Ballard -a Snow
Liniment cured me " 26o, 50, $1.00.
will be explained at"
tli'otfie- i U f J', 1 1 '
A Fearful fate
It Is a fearful fate to have to endnre
the terrible torture of files. "I can
truthfully nay," writes Harry Culson,
of Mssonville, la , "that for BHnd,
iiledlriR, Itohlntf and Protruding
Filet, liuckUn's Arnica Halve, is the
best Jure made," Also bunt for cuts,
Imrp and injuries, 1 j5o at Newlin
Drug Co. , druggists.'' "
. In" Mad Chase ;,"
' Millions rush in mad "clmse after
health, from one extreme of fsddism
to another, when, if they would only
eat good food, and keep their - bowels
regular with Dr. King's New Life Pills,
their troubles would all pass away.
Prompt relief and quirk cure for liver
and stomach trouble. 2so at Nsrlln
Drug Co., drug store; guaranteed.
FRESH GREAffJERY BUI TER
NOW, 25' GENTS PER PBfelND
;rBIue Mountain Creamery Company
v '-tar-, ttu.ft,
'.J.,r; J017ABDS l) UuU IS lill L
Majijr people who are neglecting symptoms of kidney trouble, hoping Ut will wear away." are
drifting towards ; Bright' s Disease, which is kidney trouble in one .of its worst forms.
stops Irreirularitles. strencrthens the urinarv ortrans and builds uo the worniut tissues
of the kidneys so they will perform their functions properly. Healthy kidneys strain out
the impurities from the blood as it passes through them. Diseased kidneys do not, and
mc . poisonous waste matter is carried by the circulation to every part of the body,
causing dizziness, backache, stomach trouble, sluggish liver, irregular heart action, etc.
If you have any signs of Kidney or Bladder Trouble commence taking FOLEY'S
KIDNEY CURE at once, as it will cure a slight disorder in a few days and prevent a
fatal malady. It is pleasant to take and benefits the whole system.
How to Find Cut.
Ton can easily determine If your kidneys are
out of order by eettlng aside for 24 hours
botUe of the urine passed noon arising. If
pan examination it is Cloudy or mUkr or baa Foley' Kidney Cur. It entirely step the brick-duet sediment sad
a brick -dust Sediment or small particles float.' paJn and eymptoma of kidney dleaaM disappeared. I am (lad to aay that
aooui in it, your Kidneys
FOLEY'S KIDNEY CUf
Q. B. Burhans Testifies After Four Years
G. B. Burhans of Carlisle Center, N. Y., writes:
"About four yean ago I wrote yon etatin that I bad been entirely
eared ot a aeyero kidney trouble by taklnc leea than two bottle of
about in It, your kidneys are diaeaaed, and 1 have new had a of any of those VPom durln the four
Wti&Y CURB ShOUld be taken . Lrtllv nnmnmid Folev'a Kidney Cura to any ana auflrin 'frn
Two. Gixe, GO Cents and $1.00.
SOLD O nECP!!?!EKDatP BY tl' 1
DKS. BIGGERS & BIGGERS :
Physicians and Surgeons
O W Bigxen, M. D. Geo, L. Bigger, U. D
OffloeUU Kealdenoe 1681
Qlfloa4 RalHlon Bulldlns over J. M. Berry's
Btor. Kedrteoo on Madison AVa second
door treat of briner realdenon, Or. li W. Blgfers
Im ORANDB - OREGON
ProTetaionaj oalli promptly attended to
day or night.
REAVIS BROS. ;
Offloe Phone H . Bealdene Phone 117
. DENTIST ; j.i
Offloe Over Hill Drua Store
La Granie, Oregon
R. l. LINCOLN
Op stalrt, Cor Adams avenue and DepoUM.
' Phone j- -' - v
Dr. F A CHARLTON
Office at A T Hill's Drug Store
La Grande, Oregon Phone 1361
itesidence phone 701 :;;
Farmers' line 58
DR. W. T. DDWNE3.V
BTKRINARY 8UBQKON i AND.
Leave order at Red Residence Cor
Croa Drue atnre Ath anH I mk
Thirty Ave year experience, beat of reference
. luruubed . - .
Ciui ML UIST, topridot.
Finest collections of stuffed
animals " on" the " Pacific
Blue Front Saloon
. E. THOrO ftoprittorr
. Imported and domestic
Hot or cold lunch all hoars
Jefferson Arena., Oppoalte Depot
CHAS. ANDERSON, Proj.
J; ;ANDtiGArtSt , 4 j
Always on hand :
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JeOersan Arenas Opposite Depot
CPAWrORD & CRAWFORD "
LA ORAMDR, OKKQOM
Onto In Foley building.
J. w knowLes-
Attorney and Counsellor
At Law ' i
OOlce in Ralaton Building ' '
Phone 166 La Grande Or."
A.C. WUltams.. ?
CHRIS WRIGHT, Prop. -
Gentlemen II ways Welcome '
l'":',;1' F,r Street .
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ULRICH LOnisi P.if . " ' 5
J- iaad CIGARS
Lunches are our spooialty
JefferaoD Ayenne, Oppotite depot
WILLIAMS BROS. ' '
Qftloe In Ralaton Building
Phone 1O5S La Grande, Or.
Pain may go by the name of rheuma
tism, neuralgia, lnmbago, pleursr.
No matter what name the paius . are
called, Holllater'a Rocky Mountain
Tea will drive them away. 1 35 centa,
Tea or Tablets. Newlin Drug Co
ItVGLRH-La lirauae Airi laFOi, meoU
very Sunday nuht in K ol P hall af S pro
r isiUok orwtheru Invited U. anend.
I. A. Malo W. J. K. Pollock, W. &
thoit hall eyery riutnrday uiht. VHl uus n.eoi
ora oordially invited to attend. .
Uemtery plat eau be seen af oflio of City
.. ,. VV. RnberUon. N U
H.E, Coolidge, 80, , j ;-.
UTAH ENCAMPMENT No 31, I. O. O, F.
xiecta every flra. aua third ThUMdaya In th
-nnnth In Odd Fellow IihII. vialUnit ca;rl
trcha alwara welcome I. a Suook'cTp.
- Edmoad Itoouuou. gcrlh
ii!l.E.?WBTA.P ".S18 HoV CbP So
nnienatheeecondainl founti We'lnrntnt ol
Mcu month at jM p ui in Monir Teiuplti
a. . ,.r . , Mertie AldrlcU, W H
Hary A WaraiCk, Sec
M. W.A. La Grande cuup Jlo. rrui idraa
every f.ret and third Wediieedav Of'ihe
nontha.l.O.O.F. Hall. Ah iiwu,.- "ell
oore are oordUlly Innleu to aitcndl
i. .. t. kcilend, V , ti
John Hall, Clerk. ... ,
rtlRKWTERH. OF AMERICA Vnurt Maid
g mMt each Thursday night 5
k of P nalL Brothera are Invited to attenT
1 8 Tlllnon, Chief KaneerV
i J. F. AMP J.W. EOOD. PgOP.
. t : And the best branrt ot i
',- Always on hand
MUeu drlnk a specialty ass) aud
see u you don't gall!.. TlO isagen-
tlemen' reaort and wffi be run a such
Tom Fleming I
ill All i
Horseshoin and '
North Fir Streets
Many children inha fit a Aflat if ft I t.na.
weak and teeble, others due ta child
hood trouMesv iHpllleter.a Rocky
MoonUln Tea will ootlnfv
children and make them : strong 6 8
oents, Tea oh'Tablets,i.Jewlln Drug
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