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Li Grande Evening Oimer
SATURDAY, JANUARY 13, 1905
a new drug stcre m an old stand, uur specialty it filling doctors' prescrip
tion. Purity of drugs and accuracy in compounding them is always essen
tialwe claim to do both. Two graduated Pharmacists always in attendance
Prescriptions and goods promptly delivered free.
Two Telephones. Local Black 271. Vergere 10
RED CROSS DRUG STORfc.
Wholesale and Retail A. C. MacLcnnan. Ph. C.
Published daily except on Sunday
One year in advance "...!....!.$6.5C
Six months in advance ..; :.' . 5.61
It's near stock taking time again, and we are going to
t make a strenuous effort to convert everything into cash.'
Per month 66
Single copy ; 5c
before inventory. All our lines of clothing, hats and
haberdashery will be
Entered at the Post Office at La Grande
Oregon, as Second Class Matter.
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: Complete Line of
I Men's lrnishings ;
CURREY BROS., EDS AND PROP
This paper will not publish any article
appearing over a nom-de-plume. Signed
articles will be received subject to the
discretion of the editors. Please sign
your articles and save disappointment...
A. V. ANDREWS,
THE CITY GROCERY AND BAKERY
v E. POLLACK, Propr
, Keeps the Best Groceries, Vcgeta- J
blcs Etc. Call up Telephone Main if
75 and Jive us a chance to & t
aquainted. ; .
.Ready For Business
4 WITH A FULL LIME Of FEED, HAY AMD GRAIN
We are ready tojbuy all kinds of hay and grain, and pay the highest
, market prices.
ocm! nnrttne mxlm tie pr Wat flrat g
1 n, jc per line lor much ub)utDi liw
olmloD of conrtoknoe. je erilne.
nrdftof thankN, ft orr line.
Grande Ronde Valley residents are en
joying a respite from winter weather.
Many are predicting that this will be an
end to the winter, but experience has
taught us that there will yet be several
heavy falls of snow to fill the strea-ns in
summer and aid the lumbermen.
So far as noticed, it is believed that the
concrete cross walks build last fall will
prove to be the best ever built in this city.
They shed mud and water much better
than the old style wooden ones and should
their wearing qualities equal the others
they will came to stay and there will be
more built every year... .'
Senator Gearin today secured from
Secretary Hitchcock an important prom
ise of relief from the inconvenience, ex
pense and trouble under which the entry-
men upon Oregon lands have been labor
ing for the past year.
March fifth last, in view of the land
fraud disclosures in Oregon, Secretary
Hitchcock found it necessary to issue a
blanket order withholding from patent all
Oregon land entries. This served the
pjrpose of checking the fraudulent entries,
it also caused the innocent and bona
fide entrymen much trouble and cast a
stigma upon the whole state of Oregon.
FOR WIN' TF. WASHING
vOur new machinery and additional help will enable us to do fami
lly washing CHEAPER. QUICKER and BETTER than you can do it
yourself. We call for and deliver your laundry quickly and make special
ty of rush order work. Give ue a trial and y.u wiil not be bothered
through the winter with family washing. '
A. B. C.
' ? V:HQ.NE Main 7': ... V i'"
La G.vn'te 0 re'W
j Union Woolen Mills Indian Robes j
If you were called upon to take a seat
in the Oregon legislature, what definite
knowledge would you have of state
affairs? When you cast your vote at the
primary election to select candidates tq
bs voted for in June you are supposed to
name men to go to the Oregon legislature
to represent your interest and wishes as
to how the state government should be
run. Have you formed a definite idea of
ho v you think your representative should
vote when in the legislature on matters of
state policies? They will have to vote on
financial questions, educational cnos and
mirals. What ideas have you formed
about all ihesa? Under the Initiative and
Referendum law each voter has been
made a law maker, wno sends men to the
legislature to put the laws he wishes on
the statute books. Now what laws do
you want your representatives to make?
We have received a consignment of Union Fleece Wool
Indian Robes which we have nn sale. These robes- are
snitable for couch covers, steamer robert and orna
mental for Indian corners. The price range is from
$5.60 up . ' : ' . , .
: HENRY &, OAI.'R
2 HOUSE FURNISHERS AND UNDERTAKERS '
i Phone No. 621.
i J. C Henry, residence 664 J. J. Carr, residence 5 SB
Mr Harry Graham, in his announce
ment as a candidate for congress as a
I Democrat, gwes the platform cf prinei
i pies that will guide his official action in
' congress, if elected, and. among others.
;gies out for thj consideration cf the
voters of this district the following:
. "Balievi.ig our infant industries large
: enough to wean. 1 favor a tariff system
fcr government expenses only and not for
me suacai protection of any industry.
j- If the above has any practical meaning
it is that all our industries old and young
should be thrown in competition with all
similar ens in Europe. Asia.- and Africa
where labor is cheaper than m the Ignited
Sta'tes.' and that a fiat tariff be levied on
all foreign goods without any care -fori
American producers, or manufacturers.
The present tariff admits 44 6 per cent of
foreign imports free and charged for the
10 morths ending with October 1905
$251,274,565 cn the other 65.2 per eer.t
of imported stuffs. ' '; '
Mr Gr ham would charge the same
tar.ff rate o-i co.Tee. tea and other th ngs I
that can r.ot bs pr.ducad in the United .'
States as on fruits, wool, cctttn. sug r'
Improves the flavor
and adds to the health
fulness of the food
and the manufactured articles therefrom
The present tariff charges are levied
with the( purpose 'of using the powers of
the government tl not only raise revenue
but also to encourage Amer'can producers
ind manufacturers and give employment
io American laborers. . :
v "ItSOLlillO!, ;
Be it resolved that the City Recorder
be. and is hereby directed to notify the
property owners abutting Washington
Avenue, along the north line thereof, be
tween Elm and Fir street, to construct
along and upon said Avenue, abutting the
said property, side-walks of the dimen
sions and. character provided by ordi
nance. , c
And if said side-walks are not so con
itructed within 1 0 days from the d3te ot
..lis notice, the street suprintender.t be
and is hereby instructed to construct tht
same at the expanse of the owners of thi
lots abutting said side-walks.
Passad by the Council of the Citv of L.
Grande. Oregon, on the 1 Otrt. day of Ja
uary. 1906. '
Attest I. R. Snock. Recorder of th
city of La Grande1, Oregon. '
Dated tnis 12th. diy of of January, A
CUT TO THE QUICK
Don't let your face grow old. sa'.lov.
hollow and wrinkled. If you care at all
tor beauty, lane Hoihster's rtockv Moun
tain Tea, 55 cents. Tea or Tablets.
Newlin Drug Company. ,
Jo Case of
There is no case on re
cord of a cold resulting in
Pneumonia, or other seri
ous lung trouble, after
u vim Li, a
had been taken.
It stops the cough and
heals the lungs and pre
vents serious results from
Do not take chances on
a cold wearing away or
experiment with some un
known preparation that
costs you the same as
Foley's Honey and Tar.
Remember the name and
Buyers will reap a harvest during this great sale. It's
only once a year that we offer an opportunity like this,"
and you'll do well to take' advantage of it. We'll not
bora you with blatant boasting or deceive you with
false inducements. ,.:
Come, see how much a
Little Money will Buy
CLOTHIERS AMD HABERDASHERS.
I HAVE TO OFFER AT A VERY
2 good saddles ....$9.50 and $12.60 Remington type writer 35 00
Walnut Ult n r- , ....
Walnut Hall tree 2.50
Child's Rocking Horse worth
four dollars 2.60
2 Oil CookStoves ... 2.60 and S.60
1 roll cocoa matting the yard .25
New toilet sets 2.00 and 2 Vfi
5 new Go-carts, , 6.00, 6.50, 7.50
1 folding ironing board 2.00
Lace ourtain stretchers 2.50
Halters, new 90c, 1.00 1.10
My entire line of new furniture at greatly reduce
prices E0R CASH
F D. HAISTEN,
PHONE RED 1161
Highest prices paid for New and Second Hand Goods
Vhe Jarmers and Uraders
I Stwi Cold for Throi Monthi.
The following letter from A. J. Nus
baura, of Batesvllle, Ind.,1 tells Its own
story: "I suffered for three mouths with
severe C;ld. fi. druggist prepared me
some medicine, and a physician pre
scribed for nie, yet I did not Improve,
1 then tried Foley's Hooey and Tar,
and eight doses cured ma." v
Three sites 2Sc, 50c, $1.00.
The 50 cent site contains two and
ooe-Jialf times as much as the small sixej
and the J 1.00 bottle almost sis timet
as much . , ; ,- .
' SOLD AS3 EECOOEXDEO BT
A. T. HILL Dugtlt
Lability of Sharehulders
For the protection of it, depositors! Depositors of this Bank are ac
corded such liberal treatment a, shall be' in k h StBankare aC
and value of thoir P'ne W,th the ter
ana value of their accounts. We would be pleased l
count. Phased to have your ac-
J. W. SCRIBER,
,eub,eofHalSialllh.syear,s styks ;
The Price $100
komwlo, of school T,blev,0c;. value;
1 he Price 5 cents '
j E; M. Wellmari & Company' 1
X ADAMS AVENUE
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