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A. B. C.
WE DO IT RIGHT
If jou hare no other way oall on the
LA GRANDE LIGHT AND POWER CO.
and secure an -
Bates and all prices
will be explained at
We nearly always have a supply on hand
aa we are bnying and shipping all the time
We allow yon to take your pick. All
chickens sold for cash.
Grande Rondc Cash Company
Press Lewis Dean Crowe
Phone 1801 New warehouse on Jefferson Avenue
HAY. GRAIN. COAL. WOOD.
The Anti-Trust Market Market Al
Why visit a half dozen place
when your entire household from on
place I bar added a complete Una
of srocarlaa to mv business and now .
can not only f Ornish you with the
very best In mast, and alio wit1,
staple and fancy groceries aad vege
table as well.
A general market means everything
for the table. 1 have lb stock and
h means of taking oar of it and it is
all for sal, aad yea will find that I
bav struck tb secret of business suc
cess. The secret is simply this. Good
goods st the lowest prices . A tiial or
der will oonvinot you that I do busi
ness upon this plan . Do not forget
my oold storage plant. Tb very beat
refrigerator in the city. All green gro
ceries kept on ice. Always fresh and
always oold and crisp. Try on of our
water melons just off tha lee.
Berries and poultry kepi on ice
Watch (bis spaee lor prices. Corn and
tomatoes ten cents per can.
The Anti-Trust Market.
There are many k'ads of meat,
but we sell onl" .be best kind. A
trial order will cou viuce you of
the troth of this statement We
kill only the best specimens and
kill it correctly.
Our jfrHcea are aa low as
. . .a a a la
consistent witu tne oeai quality
4 ft Tf
DOCK Ot 1 n01TsSi
to ooi laundry
of anything from
smile to clean liueo
IT PAYS TO PAY CASH
We sell for Caah, therefore can
sell on a closer margin than the
or line of groceries is oom and
call and ee for your self
Wo ran oar own delivery wagon and
know that oor good era properly de
We carry tha famous monopole
bread whtcb is a sufficient guarantee
All errors cheerfully corrected.
Crescent Seattle Grocery Co.
ZUNDKL A LAWSON.
Tb laxative effect of Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablet le so agree
able and so natural that yon do not
realize It I the effect of a medicine
For eale by Nswlln Drug Co
It make no difference bow many
medicines bav failed to oar you, if
you are troubled with headaohe, eon
stipation, kidney or liver troubles.
Holllater'a Hooky Mountain Tea will
make you well. Newlin. Drag Go,
Having retired from tha grocery
basinets, I take tbis opportunity of ex
pressing my thank lo those who have
extended to me their patmnsge.
My transactions bav bean with tboee
of tbe Brat order only, with bat few
exceptions, and these are excluded
when I ssy that, snide from a financial
oonsi leration. their patronage bas
been fulty appreciated.
My office hours are from Dints
p m , aad 1 may he found at the office
of John M Hough, en Adams Avenue,
any time before August 1, Respect
fully yours. W MAOFAKLANE
J 16 22
Good for Stomach Trouble and
'Chamberlain's Stomach and Livsr
Tablets have done me a great deal
Kood," any C Towns, of Bat Portage,
Ontario, Canada. "Saing asalldahy
sic the altar effect ars not unpleasant
and I can recommend them to all who
suffer from stomach disorder." For
- Newlin Drug Oo.
8ml of ths treJatuen of Um 0 K
N diseWged last tMk throng Um
report of spotter, bat dmo rein
stated. Uoodoetor Dickinson, of tee
Let Grand freight division, baa bean
givea bte old position aad two bnfct
mea discharged at Um ma Um beta
wean taken back. It m sapeld that
wry Maa discharged aa a nralt of
Um report of Um spotter will ba rain -stated
wltnlo s faw days aa it has been
found that most of Um ebanas vara
untros. Tbs Dallas Chiooicle.
Archibald Gagoeo has basD rescued
nearly (tarred, after bat ax lost 11
day la Um forest nasr Boaaland, H U.
Lieutenant Governor Maitland, of
Dead wood, 8 O , has refused $2,000,
000 far his nine holdings ia tha Black
Nesr Kioaa, Washington, It aa ap
ple tree yielding aa early red Jane
apple. It baa averaged 15 boxes per
seeaoc for aaral yean, at aa a box.
M f Meat and Dan Oabllt, who
ware injured near Bnmpter by the ax
plosion of a box of giant osps, will
both raooTsr la good shape, and with
Near Cheballs, Wash., Jos Itonuett
was murdered by his skull being
arusbed with a dab. II had bsd a
row with Joe Star book. Tony Moko-
akl sad Johnny Pa Ell. All are Poles.
Ths Eugene woolen mills, which
were purchased by Wright and Wilbur,
of Union, will not be removed from
htagene, bat will be pat In operation
October 1 . Prom 75 to 100 people will
be employed .
i ivi est
1 1 S itja
The Powder VsUsy Eoho published
at North Powder, Union ooun ty says r i
mi l l . - .
ana money oraar Dosiness transact
d by the poat-offio here for the
mouths of April Hay sad Jan of tbis
year show an increase of M169 over
ama period in 1904. The figures
a furnished through the oourtesy of
postmaster O D Tbomlison are as fol
lows. April May June 1904 14347.76
April May June 1906 94610.46
Accident bulletin No. 16 just issued
by the interstate commerce com miss
ton, giving so account of railroad ac
cidents in tb United Bute daring tb
oath of January, February and
March, 1905, shows that during the
quarter there were 28 passengers snd
employes killed and 1661 psseeu
gars snd J0U2 employes Injured In
train accidents Other aooident to
passengers and employ not tb re
sult of collisions or derailments briog
i total number of oasaatlties up to
909 killed and 14,897 injured.
To Hold Autopsy
Sorlpps News Association
New York July 19 The body of
Mrs E B Carlson was taken from tbe
grave at Osvsliy oemetery tbis morn
log for tbe purpose of holding an au
topsy to discover tbe causa of ber
May Raise Postage
Washington July 19 Increase of
postage oo second olass mall matter
may bi urged at tb coming session
of congreee as a mesas of wiping out
tbe dfioit in the postal service. Re
presentative OverHree; of I diana,
chairrran of the home committee of
poatnffieee and poet roads, is atrongly
in favor of tbis plan.
With Its companions, heart burn,
flatulence, torpidity of the liver, con -
stipation. palpitation of tbe heart,
poor blood headaob- and otber net voue
syrup tons, Hallow skin, foul tongue,
offensive breath and legion of otber
ailments, Is at ojo the most wide
spread and destructive malady among
the American people. Tbe Heroine
treatments will our all these trouble.
So bottle Newlin Drue (Jo
WANTED A position as cook by
sober, reliable person. Inquire at
this office. tf
FOR RENT A small bouse near
Adam avenue, west. Inquire at
Mewlia'e Drag Store.
Tb United Statu now ha 12,000
men at work digging the Panama tanaL
In May there were forty ease of yel
low frver and two deaths therefrom,
la June there a ere over forty oasss an
Rocky Mountain Tea Nuggets
A Buy Msdidas for Busy People.
aVtsgs Golden Health aad Renewed Vigor.
A spsejee tor Constipation, Indigestion,
d Kidney Trouble. Plmplea, Ecxema. Impure
Kxi, Ba4 Breath, augslali TSoirels, Header-h
and Backache. IPs RcST Mountain Tea hi rati
let form, M cents a boa. Orniiioe made by
Hobuersa Daoo Company, Hadlsrm, Wla.
OtOEN NUGGETS FOR SALLOW PEOPLS
Lewis and Clark
To be held at Portland,
June 1 to Oct. 15, 1905.
TAKE A TRIP TO CALIFORNIA
Through the Willianette,
Umpqua and Rogue River
Valleys, of Western Oregon,
pass Mt. Shasta, through
the Sacramento Valley to the
many famous resorts on the
line of the
For beautifully illustrated
booklets, descriptive i f Cali
fornia resols: aaaress.
W. EsCOMAN, Gen. Passr. Agt.
fmta,&t W S aM M
tmu euixaajvim -JJL.A AS
LA (ihAXOg, OR
8:50 p ra
I ... ... , UUUHM, IS II
b:ju a. m.raago ana asst.
Portland- Dalle Pen
dleton. Walla Walla,
Dayton, romeroy, col
fax. Wssoow, Bpokans.
aad points erst and
forUaad. Dallas, Pen
dlaton. UntaUlla. Wal
lala, LevUtoo, Oolrai,
Moscow, Wallace. War
ner, Spokane aud otber
,H:X a m
poiuu obh auci norm
lalaud City, Aiicel, Im
bier and t ;gtu. ton
ne lions at Klgiu w'th
ta-.e for points In V a U
Urtan HI earners between Portland aad
Has Pranoiaco every five d ya.
If your llekets rtsd oer the Denver
aadRloUiaiKteKatlt Lie "Hoenin
1.1 im ot tbe world"
H EGA US
t'aere are so many aoenle all a l W snd
polutsof luterest .long tbn rie if
tween Oaden and Denver i iat ilu u ip
never becomes tiresome
If you are going east, write for line,
matton and get a pretty book iliat will
tell you all about It
W C MoBRiDE, Agent,
124 Third St.
When von want a pleasant laxstive
that ia eaay to teke and certain to act,
use Cbemberlsin's Stomach and Liver
tablets. Kor eale by Newlin Drag Co,
Notice Is hereby given to all whom It may
concern, that the undi rslgnrd baa been duly
a: poluted administrator of tbe Katate of
Sarah Oowen deceased, by the County Court
of Union County, Oregon, and all perxnus
having claims against taid estate arc hereby
not I (led to present the same to tbe undersign
ed at the office of "his attorneys Crawford ..
Crawford In la Grande, Oregon, duly verllled
within hi x montba I rem this dale.
Dated at La Oraudc, Oregon. June 21st IV05.
a 8. COW UN
Notice Is hereto given to all whom It may
oonrern, that the undersigned baa been duly
appointed anwlnlslrator of the estate ofj W
Cowea, d censed, by ths Cnualy Court of Un
ion County, Oregon, and all persons having
claims against said estate are hereby notified
to present ths same to tbe undersigned al the
Office of bis attorneys Crawford & Crawford In
La Grande, Oregon, duly verified, wit h i n sis
months from this date.
Dated at La Grande, Oregon, June 21 at, Ittuu.
4wkj U. S.COWEN, Anmlnlslrator.
Notice to Creditors
Notice la hereby given tb at Otho Kckersley
has been appointed by tbe County Court ot
Union County, Stats of Oregon, sdmlnlatrutor
oftbseatsMS of WllUans J Hboemaker, de
ceased, and all persons having claims sgalnal
satd estate are hereby notified to present the
same with pioper vouchera to the said Otho
Kckersley at his residence In Cove, Oregon, or
to Lin attorney, J D Slater, al La Grande, Ore
gon, within sis months from dale of this no
tice. Dated st La Grande; Oregon, this 7tb day or
OTHO KCKEKMLKY, Aduiinlitrati.r.
DR. A. L RICHARDSON,
Physician and Surgeon.
over Bill's Drat Mar.
I . WO LIT OR. M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Career Adams avsaaa and Depot at.
PHYSICIAN AND, SURGEON
Lete balldlax, opposite Somtaer Boom
Office Hoars, 1 to 4,7 to S
BACON & HALL,
YSICIANS AND SURGBONS
offlee la Poley building , Psoas UL
0. T. Baeoa, Residence Phone lis
M. K. HallyJjUilisil 111
DKS. BIGGERS & BIOOERS
Physicians and Surgeon
a W Blssers, M. D. Qeo, L. Bigger, M. O
Office 1XU Kesldenoe 1881
Offine' Ralston Bonding over J. M. Berry's
Store. keeldenoe on Madison AVe. aetoi
door westoforiuar residence. Dr. Ci. W. Bigger
La OR AN UK - OKBUON
Professional sslli promptly al leaded to
day or night.
Office Horn roar Building
Offloe Phone r l
Kealdenoe Phoae UT
C. B. Cauttiorxi
Offioa Over Htll Drug'. Store)
La Grande, Oregon
R. L. LINCOLN
Up stairs, Oor Adams avenue and Depot at.
r. p A CHARLTON
Office at A T Hill's Drug Store
La Grande, Oregon Phone 1361
Reaidenoe phone red 701
Farmers' line 58
DR. W. T. DJWNE8.
VBTBalNARY SUBaSON AND
Leave orders at Red
Cross Drug store
6th and I st
Thirty Ave years experience, heat of referenoe
CKAWF0RD & CRAWFORD
LA Gil AND ft, OBKQON
OSlos lo Foley balldlng.
J. W KN0WLE3
Attorney and Counsellor
Office in Ralston Building
Phone U6 La Grande Or.
U. T. Wlllinms A. C. Williams
Qftlca In Ralalon Building
Pbone iOjH La Grands, jr.
L A. PICKLE R
Civil, Minim;, Irrigation Engineering snd
Estimates, Plans, aud Mpeelflcatlons.
Office 1110 Adama Avenue, with John E Uoagh
La Gbanub, ontcooN
AAOLKS La Itrandc Alrio iw f O K
every Hunday nlht In K ol V hall a i
iuiunn oreinern ic iiea v. aiion-i.
l A. Mi, toll,
J. K. Pollock, W.B.
1 0 0 9 La Grande Lodge, No 16 n tela ji
'heir bell every riaiurday night. Vial ling n.em
era oordiallv invited to attend.
Cemtery plat can be seen at office of City
O. W. UoberUion, N G
H. E, Coolidge, Hoc
1TAK KNUAM I'M ENT No 31. I. O. O. K.
neeu every Srst and third i'hurudays in the
non th In Odd Fellows hall. VUltiug patrl
trcbs always welcome I. 11. guook, C V.
Udinond Hobiaaon. gcrlbe
EASTERN HTA K OKH Hope Chaptor No
ia mseta uia Seooaa sua rourtu weaucanay is
.i.li month at 7dr0p ru In Masonic 'l'cmpie
Mertie Aiarlch, W M
Mary A Warniok, fee
M. W.A. La Grande limp Ao. v;u3 inrai
every first and third Wednesday of the
month ai 1. O. O. V. Hall. All visttn g neleb
burs are cnrdlally invileil to attend.
K. ReMeud, V. O.
John Hall, Ckrk.
VGRKHTKRH OF AMEKiCA Uonrt Maid
drlon, No 22 meets each Thursday sight In
k or I nan. nrouin are inviieu lo aiiena.
X B Ttllson, Chief Sanser.
U S Williams, Fin. See
Hoard of Trustees -ITO I. blggers, John Mail
ana uerocr, muiwn
Brick furnished in any
quanity or any style. No
contract too small or too
large. See samples of oar
La tirande, Oregon.
JAMES FARQUHARSON. Prop.
Oold lnnibae aad, mixed drinks
a specialty. Fair and impartial
treatment to all. Yon are in
vited to call and gat acquainted
CHAS, ML UlST, Proprielnr
-- sv a aaf d a a - -
, e -SV. a aw)w
Finest colloetiom of atuffed
animals on tbe Pacific
Blue Front Saloon
E. TH0RS0N, Proprietor.
Imported and domestic
Hot or cold lunch all boars
Jefferson Avenue Opposite Depot
Palace Sal o
Always on band
CHRIS WRIGHT. Prop.
Oenllemen arwsyi Welcome
UUUCH LOTUS. Prop.
Lunches are onr specialty
Jeffomoo Avenue, Opposits depot
it. mm i tool, rttop.
Aad tbe best brands ol
Always on band
Sflxeu drinks a specially Ask and
see If you don't get it. Thin la a aou
tlemen'a resort and will be run aa suh