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TRY SOME OF OUR LUNCH
GOODS WHEN YOU GO FISHING
AVE CARRY A COMPLETE LINE
B RO S.
When you want GOOD PRINTING
Call Phon No. 1371
'here ia a difference
;wiii ao:' and that
which is . the kind 70a
. W make a specially
ol pleasing, aa we have I
the equipment .. with
which to produce good
printing and printers
who understand the art
ol printing 7 ' ; ,
There is no order too .
small or too large to
receive our careiul
We print anything
lrom posters to visiting
lilrc a Cab
'he La Salle Street Station
Chicago, which is used by
trains of the Rock Island
System, is located in
' the very heart of the
city, less5 than a
block from the Board
of Trade: less than
two blocks from the Post
Office; within easy walk
ing distance of the principal
hotels, theatres and stores.
You don't hirt to hire a cab to reach them.
The "union loop" ia right In front of the Marion.
Pay 5 cent, get aboard the derated, and yoa are
irhuked to any put of town you with to reach.
me lire yog other
why yoa ahoala uw
the Rock bland System.
There are Iota of them.
i. a. CORHAM, CwMraJ Aeent, '
140 Third SL,PortiMid, Orav
Last evening at tba Presbyterian
church, Prof IX J Hcukenberry, d
livered a lecture whiob, for atreogtb
ot thought, beauty of English tod
moral strength, u equal to anything
ever heard opoa the lecture platform
io thli city. The professor chose for
hi subject "The Old Play Urouod and
the New" Bia lecture waa a plea and
a strong one, for the advancement of
athletic i porta in connection with the
public tchooL The leoture waa com
plete with facte, and delivered in
most convinoiug alyle.
TODAY'S SESSION H
The second day'a session of the an
nnal Teachers' Institute opened ibis
morning with n even greater attend
anec, many teachers having arrived
on the evening trains. The morning
meeting wai addreued by 8lata Snpt.
Ackerman, and J M Martin and H J
Hockenberry of La Grande. State
8uj I Ackerman. bandied two subjects
in the afternoon. The Drat wai
"nnuraa of and" aiwf -
"History";' Mies Wolfe of Union also
read a paper, ber subject being, "The
Sohool 8avioga Bank. .
Tbia evening State 8upt Ackerman
will deliver a lecture at the Presbyter
ian church to whiob all are Invited.
This lecture, like the onelast evening
will be free.
Teaohera Registered at Union Co,
La Grande: Mertie Aldrish, Gertrude
Blever, Jeanette Clark, Bnaie '.Deal,
Wm Eames, Fred N Fox, Gnsale
Fisher, Boable Uoodnouno. Mary Har
ris, Alios Ueosen, Myron Hockenberry,
II J Hockenberry, Listie Kin;, liar
garet Ladd, Maud Logsdon, Berolue
Logsdon, J W Lewis, Gertrude Mit
chell, Bertha Moore, J M Martin,
blanche McUurrity, I. A MoHrlde.
8asan Mcllrory, Eva E Neil, Elizabeth
Noble, Nellie J Nell, Minna A Need
bam, lone I'eterson, Evelyn Kohan,
Bessie C Biggs, Cecils L Rigs, M
Snider, Mrs Uizabeth Puftlo, Tom
Williams, Jas A Watson, Mabel Will-
lams, Nail E Young, Bobt Wllkerson.
Florenoe Harris. ,
Union:AJ bender, Omen Bishops,
Fffle BUlincs. Emma Bid well. Roy
Conktla, Mabel & Eaton, Leila Ullfll
lan, Francis Hertlage, May Kinney
Mollis MInnlck. Bos Mulvehill.
Hannah Beeves, Elraa Thompson,
Clara Wilkinson, Nora W Webb,
Nellie Wolf, A D WettooU.
Elgin: Mrs M J Lea, O 0 Maxwell.
Cove: Ida Roberts, Mrs Ramsdell,
Bella Sills, Alex Thompson, Ida
...Na.iI. AT.. ; l,-
Bummervllle: Zona Cboate, Fannie
Gprden, Ida Hill, Desale Hill, Vesta
D Johnston, Carry Jarnagin, Minnie
A Nsedham, Pastl Park, Bertha Klue
hart, O N Rogers, Mabel Tattle,
Bessie fi Woods. -Alice!;
I D Brants, fi F Case.
Perry, EO Heath. ;
Island City; WLTooker.
Pleasant Yalley Ore: Anna Troy
Welser Idaho: Etta Haworth.
Salem; J H Aokerman, Chas Jonea.
Notloe is hereby giveu to consumers
ot CUy Wir, that on and after this
date (until farther notloe ie glveu)
that the houre for irrigation will be
from 6pm until 7 pm, owing to the
fact that that the water is getting ex
tremely low, and it being absolutely
neoeaaaty that the water be kept In the
reservoir for lira protection and do
A L RICHARDSON. . )
L D RKAV18, VCommlttee
Y H BOHNENKAMP. )
Dated at La Grande, this SSth day ot
Complete usnortuient of ,
Cold lunches and mixed dricka
a specialty. Fnlr and itnpurti.ii
treatment to all. Von ere in
vited to call and get acquainted
Everybody Look and
The Seattle grocery company is bet
ter prepared than ever to sell goods
cheaper for cash .
Come and examine our stock of first
class groceries. We expect to eaiabliitb
our business on a purely cash basis as
soon as possible. W? know that by so
doing wa can sell cheaper, and there
by secure more trade and thereby
make a greater profit at the end of the
year, Casb oonnls here.
Quality, weight and servios gnaran-
Crescent Seattle Grocery Co.
ZUNDKL A LAWSOM,
I CHINESE ARRIVE
'Victoria, B O., Aug. 3. Among the
passengers who arrived by tha steamer
! Empress of Japsn yesterday weta two
wshI thy Chinese merchants, Lo Man
Loung and Pan China Man, ..who are
boond to Washington to discuss Chin
ese American Jtrade matters with
special relation to tha boycott now be
ing enforced against American goods
in China, with tha Chinese minister
Id an Interview one of tha Chinese
said that although they lad no official
standing they wishsd to lay certain
matters with regard to tha difficultiee
that bad arisen before the Chinese le
gation in, the United States. - Lo Man
Loung said there was a strong feeling
at present growing In foroe In the
I coast cities of China for a anion with
Japan. . 1 '-; "
Mr. David L Herman, representing
the Nat Balsa Southern Carnival Com
pany, appeared before tba council and
presented a proposition in behalf of tha
Improved Order ot Bed men regarding a
street carnival. Tba matter was re
ferred to tha street committee with
full power to act. This alternoon tba
committee signed a contract with the
oompany and the atrcst carnival is
assorted for the week beginning Aug.
where you can get it done
right. I guarantee all my
work to be first class, and
nothing but the best ma
terial used. Fine Be wed
work a specialty. " :
Shop in Lewis Building,
opposite Sommer House.
T. M. STUBBLEf lELD,
I CKAS, AVI voIST, Propricior. I
WINES. LlOUOUr I
I AND CIGAES
I Finest collections of stufTe !
animals on the Pacific j
1 coast, - : .
E. THOMSON. Proprietor.
, . FINEST "
Imported and domestic
llot or cold lunch all hours
JenraoD Atcbus Oppoalto Depot
Mr. Sacford D Kinney has just com
plated the work of painting Mr. Colon
McKenzie's new briok honse The
dining room is grained to Imitate naw
oak, ot tha kind when oak waa plenty
in tba old states. Old timers who have
pltt rails should sea these doors; the
panels look as though they were split
out ot an oak log. . Tha bonsa
oocopied by oar gonial merchant,
Comforts tha heart, strengthens the
mind. Is good ill or well. Makes the
face bright as tba anmmer;morn
That's what U oil I star's Kooky Moan
tain Tea will do. Cures when all else
fella. 35 oents. Nswlin Drug Co.
When vou want a pleasant laxative
that Is easy to take and certain to act.
ose Chemberlain's 8tomaob.and Liver
tablets For sale by Newlin Drag Co,
CHAV ANDEBSON, Prop.
' . fin a ;
Always on hand
By Scripps New. Association ,
Ftockbolm, Aug t--The extra session
of the Riksdag waa dissolved today,
I The speaker saying that the aituation
still as a dlquiting element but
Bweden was absolved from all blame'.
Another special session will soon be
called, when Norway it tesdy to meet
Swedish conditions. King Osoar gives
a fete tonight In honor of the main
Ifquadron which arrived last night. "
Eight Hundred Out
Ky Horipps News Association "
Douver, Aug 3. The stilke of the
eight hundred section men on the Bio
Grande is complete. The General
I manager states that tba Bio tirsnds
Western is Dot effected. - 7
. HILGARD, PERRY
Next Sunday, Aag 6, I roc pec t, God
willing, to preaob at Hilgard at 11
in, and t Perry at i p m '
At each place the Lord's Supper will
ba observed; A cordial invitation to
i the reiiT-r
If ymir tlrkeU rrtt
fhereareiMmnyinltt-i-t nn nfl ,
pololaof Interest lo tho ;
IwecQ 0dn nd IVnrrr liat tlx tlll
sever beeraes tlrwome T
ifyoaareiolns; east. WTHHfor
mitlon anct t pretty book.Uwt will ,
tell yoa allaboutlt - i
' W C McBRIDE, Agent, j
124 Third St .
Portlard v Oregct
Baseball Players and Foot Racers attend these services is xUudd to
. , ,, . i i oTurvoun. uuroe sou oear um aermuna
MIUW. M"6"M r -
diatsnce foot raoer ot Germany and
Holland, writes Oct 27 1901; "During
my training of eight weeks' foot races
at 8alt Lake City, In April last, I need
Ballard 'a Snow Liniment to my great
eat satisfaction. Therefore, I recom
mend Bnow Liniment to all who are
troubled with sprains, b'uees or rheu
matism." J5c, 60c, 11.00 bottle. New
lin Drug Co ,
and if yon are a christain, partake of
tba commnnion service. It is tbs
Lord's table and for his people. We
debar none. '
O II KING
FOR CITY WARRANTS
Dulutb, Minn Aug , 3-Fonr lives
were .lost Tuesday by tbs capsizing of
a small skiff on tiwsn river, five miles
north of Vera, Cass county, near lug
strom's landing. The nsmes of tha
drowned are: Edith Ticbenor, Goidle
Tloheoor, Everett Tlchenor, Mra J M
Pogoe, settlers of that portion of the
ooontry, .,' ,
M Wtte Denies ;H
New fork Ang J3 Serglus Wltle,
the Bussian plenipotentiary, on his
arrival hera yesterday ' afternoon em-
phittlcally denied having said that
Japan'! terms were intolerable. Be
also denied positively that ha had
rredioted that tha conference would
break op in a week.
Lewis and Clark
To be held at " Portland, i
June I to Oct. J5, 1905.
TAKE A TRIP TO CALIFORNIA
Through the Williamette,
Umpqua and Rogue River
i Valleys, of Western Oregorv
pass Mt. Shasta, througi .
the.Sacraruento Valley to the
many famous resorts on tbe
, line of the .
SOUTHERN PACIFIC li
For beautilullr illustrated .
booklets, descriptive of Cafi
foinia resorts, addiess, :
W. R. COM AN, Gen. Passr. Agt.
Jofietaon avenae Oppo-.te Dev
4 m i ii s is mw n lassttssees
CKR1S WRIGHT, Prop.
fins ; r
Centtemen always Welcome
CLRICH LOTTtS, Prop.
Luachoa are our specialty a ; j
Is a violsnt inflammation of the
mucous membrane ot tba wind pipe,
whiob sometimes attends to tba larnyx
and bronchial tubes; and is one of the
most dangerous diseases of children
It almost always comes on in tba night
(live frequent small doses ot Ballards
Horehoand Byrap and apply Ballard's
IJnsmeot externally to tha throat ,25c,
COo, $1.00, Kswlin Drug Co ;
. Notice Is hereby given that there
are now funds on haid to pay all out
standing warranto Issusd on Water
Fund of t Grande City, op to and
including, No, 5651 endorsed June 15th
Interest on all warrants on water
Fund from No C163 to No 5551 Inclu
sive, ceases from tbls date
. Im Grande, Oregon, Aug 3rd, 1905,
, J WALSH
Weather dry and hot.
MisaBola Rhodes of Elgin is visit
ing in our town mis week.
Mr. Wane Wade and family. Miss
Qraoe MoKemle and Miss Effie Hob-
son, all of Wallowa, wsre callers In
our town Wednesday on their way to
the Portland fair. .
Miss Maggie Dugan returned home
Tnesday from a' weeks stay in Wai'
Mr. Mat Wills lsft a few days ago tor
Pullman, Wash. MUG
: Indigestion : '
. With Its companions, heart? bnrn,
flatulenoe, torpidity of the liver, con
stipation, palpitation of the heart,
poor blood headaobs and othsr nervous
symptoas, sallow skin, foul tongue,
offensive breath and legion. ot other
ailments, is at ojoe the most wide
spread and destructive malady among
tha American people. The Herblne
treatments will cure all these troubles.
5oe bottle Kswlin Prog Co ..
. Whsn yon feel a sense of weight and
oppression after meals it means Indi
gestion. Uolllater's Kocky Mountain
lea positively cures indigretion, con
stipation and stomach tronbles. 85
cents, Tea or Tablets. Newlin Drug
Jofl'ereoa Avenue, Opptwite depot
DEPART UT'rg.nlQR -"OM
No HiiHlAke. Demer. Ft ' Not
1:50 pm Wortli, OnmhH, Kan- IjKim
No 6 aaa City, Ht. Luuia. Cui- Hot
8:10 a. m. oo nud fcaat. . M.pm'
. ioi ' '
Portland, Dai ks. Fen-
dlaton. Walla Walla, nt
lMkytnn, I'oruoroy, Cot- ,
1:50 a m. f", Moyoow, Bpokane. (pm
and poiuka tnl and '
north ii Spokaxe
Portland, Dalles, ftn
dleton. UniKtlllZ WaL
o5 lula, Lewiiton, t'olfai. No
Mukow, Wallacr, War
SH6p.ni. nar, Hpokww aiif uther 8;Wam
poioU t aud nortb
' via H)oitaui
No, S3 Iiland City, A licet, lm-
D11ji cs. blar and i .gu. Con- Bo 81
epl rn nana tim with
Punday u-! tot polnta la Wat 6d80sa
kliin lowa. ,. .
Urnn Htaamcra aetwasn l'ortland and
Ba Kiaatkiioo avary St d4a.
- J, F. BOEMX AS8 J.f. KOOil. PUOP,
And tho beat brands ol
. Alwayaontuad "
Ml leu drinks a apeolitlty ' Ante ad
sec If yoa don't got It. TtiU la a gen
tlemen's raaort and will be run as sucn
as i' aa.lHlHurti
In (.Ucn days people went up to
i Mt. Olympus to consult tbe
iOods regarding their happiueBs.
tT- 1 .. . t . i - ,. .
tvuajr iwuie uuuio luouoauia UJ
regarding theit bappineds and
pleasure, for we sell Olytspia
beer. All tbe joy that a glaas of
beverage a're gave is experienced
In a cool draught of good old
Olympia. Give us a Ciil.
Phone Main 6-1 .
lltWIIIHHfttHvl c I i - ; -
The laxatlvb elTect of Clmrnb6il,iia's
Stomach aud Liver Tibials Is m. p, -r.
able and so natural that you t
realize It is tbe elfect of a iii-h;,:' ,
For sal , Nswliu Drug Co.