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You can Shoot Grouse Aug. 15
PREMIUM: SALE iilS4B .
I I!!! I ' 1 HUM S
Cur great July Clearance sale was certainly a "hummer" and ue believe
will be remembered by the people of this valley. Hundreds of people
secured bargains in that sale that we are sure they appreciated.
YOU CAN DO AS WELL OR BETTER
We still have some good things left In summer goods, and in order to
make a complete cleanup, we have decided to continue the sale on these -
FOR TEN DAYS
WITH SOME SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS IN PREMIUMS
For each $5.00 cash purchase.
For each $ 1.00 cash purchase;
For each $2.50 cash purchase,
TRADING STAMPS WITH ALL OTHER CASH PURCHASES
THE SAME CUT PRICES ON ALL SUMMER GOODS;
ODDS arid EMDS, REMNAMTS, ETC.
THE GOLDEN RULE COMPANY
. 1308, 1310,. 1312 Adams Avenue. '.; j .
I-iartxest Store- : :'; ''.V-V .-A Smallest Prices
WE WANT YOUR
Signed to the
new suit club.
Come and let tell you about it. Get a nice tailor
made fall suit, or an overcoat cheap
Haberdasher and Tailor T
Just received a Car
Red Clover, Timothy, Red Top. All
kinds of Grass seeds. Bulk Garden
Seed, Bald Barley, Rye, Wheat and Oats
. IEFFERSON AVE
A CAR LOAD OF NEW
Another car load of new eastern furniture
has Just heen received, and tvery piece of it 1
: is for sale at a real bargain. Old furniture
taken in exchange for new. This is absolutely
the finest assortment of erstern furniture ever
brought to this city. You are iav'it-id to call
'and see the new and handsome designs.
The La Grande Pawnbrokers
Witch this space for Suit
J.W. Blckfwd i $35
H Hanhouser $25
Suit lut Saturday
Two drawings on Sat
Load of Alfalfa Seed
10 yards calico FREE
any 10c article FREE
A DIMMER FREE
FROM THIS STORE
ARE ALWAYS NICE
AMD FRESH 7 i
Seasonable Goods as
well as Staples always
on hand. V
When you want the
Best Ice Cream
Greatly in Demand
Nothing is more ln dem.iM th.
medicin whloh meet modern requit
uch a. Dr. . King'. N.a Till Pinl'
th.. ..... . " -
ney ar just what yoa ned to
stomach and liver trouble. Try them
Ueo O Mspe. of
Grand visitor todar.
Mr Georg William, of Oniarlo. Cr
la in La Grand today attending to
tome matter of business.
Frank Knepp. of Hot Lake, wa a
viaitorlnl Grande yesterdar.
Misses Clara Ln and Marv Clin, of
Union, ar vlaiting in th city today.
Mis Jeufl Marl of Union ia in th
city thi wek, th guest of Mis
- Mr. and .Mr a Lenhart ard daughter
Alia Hazel, returned last night from
a three week visit to Portland and
The La Grande aohool of music 1
cloced and will remain closed until
th first week in September. Prof and
Mr Day will lea? Saturday for an
outing of Mveral week dorina whloh
mey will visit th fair and th ooast
Gn Bongelsdroff received a telegram
this afternoon informing hira of th
death of hi brother William fO. who
reside at Kookford. III., His Iwlfs
died abont one year ago. Ue leave
two grown obildren and wa 62 year
Ke and Mr E B Hay left this
morning (or an on ting that will permit
them to Visit tha Lewis arut fllark f.ir
i (Su3 IBe" principal point on
) upectto be absent several week.
Mr Ed Mnrpby of the Chicago stoie
leave tonight for Portland, and alter
visiting th fair will go to Cbebalis
where be is interested with Murphy
Bros and Stutohei. Mr Murphy will
return with him. :.-..'.,."."':'
: George Creiger yesterday received
an order for two oar load of brick to
be shipped to Ladore, Idaho. Ladore
i located about forty miles from
Counoil. Thi speaks well for Mr
Creiger' brick and hi ability as a
rustier, as these brick - must pass
several nncK yards to reach their dfeet
ination.' . ' . ":- J.''.
Th subjeot to be given at th tent
this - evening is "The Siena of
Christ' Second Coming." y
The sobjeot for tomorrow evening i
"History of the Great Nation of tha
Earth in the Light of Prophecy,"
The following is a abort resume of
Rev. ffexby's sermon at the tent meet
lug and will tarnish food for conald.
arable thought for thos who wish to
hunt up the numerous reference.
THE HOME OE TUB 8AVED
Blessed are the meek for thev shall
inherit the earth Matt.. 5:5. God'
original plan will be carried out lea.
45:18. . Tlie dominion slven to Adam
Gen. 1 ;?6 pasted to Satan , when man
yielded to him. lie vaa well awar of
the fact Loke 4:6 0 . lie is called the
God of this world 2 Cor. 4:4 God
made a (Treat promise to Abraham 'and
hi seed Gen. 13:14-15. It included
more than It really eeemt d t first
Ram. :1 ;. Who was hla seed in '' tha
promise? flal. 3:16. Question, how do
we com la for a part in tha - Inherit.
anc of AbrahamT Gal. S:19. . Ail that
was laot in the first Adam will be re.
gained in the aeoond tdam or Christ
Micab 4. This earth will be renewed
by fire before given to tho saints 2
Pet. 3:10 11-13.. Iu 6:5-17. v It .ill
bo a baaatiful as In the . beginning
lea. 61:3 It will have a maunifi ent
capitol, see John 11: 13 and Rev. 21st
chapter. Oof'a will will then be aa
fully carried oat her a in heaven.
Matt. 6:10, Matt. 5:5. '-,
Mr. Ed Kiddle, of the well known
milling firm of Kiddle Bros. & Co..
wa In th city today and cloeed a
contract with tha Grand Bond Eleo
trio Co.; and just aa soon ss the chancre
can b mad aud tha eleotrlo motora
can be plaid in positions, the Pioneer
flooring mills or Island City and the
La Grande Flooribg Mill will b oper
ated by electrloity. Tbia will b i tba
mean of a great saving in th Dera
tion of th two mills, especially tba La t
urande mm which ia now running br
U. "rtlf -Pt, I
nia ia me
first larua contract th ti i
power company ' bat closed hat th
other large power aser will soon ' fall
Elgin is a La
I have just received a large pupply of shells fresh from
the factory, the kind that kills the game.
My stock of hunting coats, gun cases, and hunting
supplies cannot be beat. Juet received a large stock
of shot guns and rifles, all grades and prices.
I also have tents, camp stoves, and wagon covers.
If you are going campiDg or hunting, call and ex
amine my stock.
MRS. T. N.
Land Office Receipts
U H Land office, La Grande, Oregon
Butement for Joly, 1905.
24 cash entries, 2117 60 acre . f 5153 20
1 Final Desert Entry, 160 acres 1C0 00
2 Dewrt Entries, 1C0 acres. ... 40 00
9 Pendleton Town Lot 8 00
43 Homestead Entries, 6433 03
. aores..... C81 43
i. W Fin,
it J 2005
. p Miner
13 T at I
13 Final Homestead Entries
2002 65 acre ..... .... 83 30
eral Applications... 30 00
8 Arn,,AV;s IcU..... . it 00
2 NPBB Lists, 21203 07 acres . 268 00
4 State Ind List, 599 12 acres.
Cancellation fee ......
Sale Umatilla Indian Lands
t 120 acre.........,........ 264 06
30 Contest filed and much
. misoellaneou bnsines....
................... 6884 07
E VV DAVIS, tiegister
A A ROBERTS, Receiver
Ball Game Sunday
i'he third game of lb series between
the Elgin sn I La Grande teams will be
played in this city next Hundayj and
a vteiBTTffg game is 16okeTI lor. At
present, La Grands has tba best team
that has represented this city for sev
eral seasons. Meanwhile Elgin, sinoe
their defeat by the La Grande boys
few weeks ago, have been' making
every effort to strengthen their lineup
and they may surprise somebody.
. Oaburn, th "pbepom" wiU pitch
for La Grande, and it will be worth
the price of admission to see him
Manager Murphy is alse in oorre
spondence with the managi menk of
the Butte, Montana, team in regard
to two games to be played in this eity
August 13 and 13, and if these games
are arranged for, it would be treat
to La Grande fan. , ' ". '-
i W O'Rryant, of North Powder, I
in La Grand today on a business
wv tnv r vmt,rT rwvwvny ryt try " i f r t hi rmi"i i
TWO PIECE SUITS
, euiis grow in favor constantly. Neither
S BraS -ndTrU.8er Saits in Single and
$7.50, $9.00, $10.00 and $12.50
- . I -.
6TRAYED On black Horse, e hanky Hj.
built, weight about 850 lbs. Urand
d x on left atitl A suitable re
ward will be paid for Informstion
leading to his recovery.
: ; t Phon black 681.
STRAYED From my place in Fruit
dale, on or about July 31, on Jereey
cow. Probably now baa calf. A .
ultabl reward will be paid for any
information regarding whereabout
or return of sum to - my place. . -
Phon, Farmer !907. - , .
E Z CARBINE
it Snodgraaa, Archl Baoon. Roy
Goodnough and Gov Van Fleet ara
taking (n th sight , at Portland this
Treats in eatables, so folk say who
sit daily at onr table to refresh the
Inner man. Our restaurant will giv
yonr atamaoh a rest, because tba food
ar carefully selected ami oooked utder
order of a chelf of wide reputation.
Onr bill of far is varied dally and al
ways contains som choice tidbit Live
not to eat but eat to live and dally
dine with us. It will be a plcnio to
your Interior department.
M CXDJE L
J. A. ARBUCKLE, Prop.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
We ae.. weekly Meal e . A
. Tloketa Cash $4.50
At rwu) Urog Co. druir atom. 2k
in una aa it i cheaper and mor re
liable than steam.