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Fresh and Cured
I HOME INVESTMENT ADDITION !
Rates-One cent a word, one-half a cent a word each subsequent inser-
tion. Classified adds bring quick results. Try one today.
FOR SALE Ten head of horses, and one
fresh milch cow. Inquire of Mrs. Rose
Harris, one door this side of Rohr and
Co. Butcher shop.
FOR SALE OR TRADE Two acres in
Honan's addition, nicely improved, large
roomy house, good water. Will trade
C. A Cary.
FOR SALE Air motor windmill good
A. Mclain N 4th st
VfjTED Men and boys for beet thin
' ning. Apply to Samuel Storey,
FURNISHED FRONT ROOM-Phone
FOR RENT Furnished room in John
Anthony house corner 6th and P st.
MONEY For loans on city property see
Wm. Grant's agency. Also real estate
LOST On the road between La Grande
and Siarksy, a ieaiiior fuiuing pufeki book
containing a diamond ring. Said book
vlBjst on or about the seventh of June.
A "Sberal reward will be paid for the
return or information leading to its return
to this office.
FOR SALE One threshing machine
33 by 60 with band cutter long feeder
and everything complete will sell or
J. E. Reynolds
FOR SALE Near Cove. 360 acres o
fine fruit, vegetab'e and pasture land,
with fine spring water, for $4,600. Also
the finest residence and acre block in
Cove for $,600. or land and town
property for $9,600 if taken together.
Inquire at this office
R SALE One 33 by 60 Russell Sep
arator with wind stacker and long and
short self feeder and band cutter com
plete, J. E. Reynolds,
La Grande R. F. P.. No. 2
MEN WANTED At the Sugar Factory,
inquire of P. Q. Tayi at the Sugar
.WANTED Experienced skidders to take
SALE Five rooir: house on Adams
venue. Inquire at this office.
GIRL WANTED At once ti do general
house work. Apply at Western Union
WANTED-A fresh Mi'ch cow, Jersey
preferred. Phone Red 621 or write
Brick furnished in any quanuy or anyj
style. No contract too s nail or to
large. See samples our pressed.
ha UthuA. Oregon.
The Eastern Oregon Trust and
The savings bank is the greatest boon that has ever
come to the masses. It not only protects them by
offer a sustitute for doubtful investments, but by ac
cepting small deposits it protects them from their own
We want your savings account, no matter how small
GENERAL BANKING AND EXCHANGE BUSINESS
W. C. BROWN, President
. ft mWD r.athier
utu. u . j HOLMES,
WOOD WOOD WOOD Parties desiring
to engage their winter supply of wood
will please leave their order at Mr.
Polock's grocery store. I have 600 cords
of good dry cord wood and of any kind.
Eight acres.6 room houM.turn. nl.r.fnr
chickens or hoes, orchard, all. kind n
fruit and plenty of water. Located east
of flouring mill, will exchange for city
property Apply at pre-nises. JohnGavan
Notice Life insurance ompanies, will
reduce the rate 33 per cent to all who
agree to use Hollisters Rocky Mountain
Tea. A wise measure. Tea or Tablets
35 cents. Newlin Drug Co.
Good looks bring happiness. Friends
care more for us when we meet them
with a clean, smilling face, bright eyes,
sparkling with health, which come: j
taking Hollisters Rocky Mountain Tea.
35 cts. Tea or Tablets.
Newlin Druo Cc.
We can locate a number of parties on
good timber claims of two million feet and
Foley Blk. La Grande Investment Co.
LOST In this city, a gold fob locket
with emerald settings. Leave at this
office and receive reward.
MEN AND BOrS WANTED
To pick cherries. Begin Tuesday and
Wednesday. Can use all who come.
C. M. and B. M. Stackland.
BID fOR BONDS
Notice is hereby given that sealed bids
will be received by the City Recorder of
the City of La Grande, up to August 1st
1906, for the purchase $30,000 Water
Bonds, of City of La Grande, said bonds
to bear 6 interest, payable eemi-an-ually,
and to run for a period of 20 years
with privilege of redemption at any time
after 10 years, upon giving three months
notice. G. E. Fowler
Chairman Ways & Means Committee
FOR RELIABLE ABSTRACTS OF
TITLES go to the La Grande Invest
ment Company, La Grande Ore., in
REAL ESTATE LOANS Any amounts
on city and country real estate. Loans
closed promptly, as soon as title is ap
proved. La Grande Investment com
pany. NOTICE OF RESTORATION to Settle
ment, Entry, Filing and Selection of Lands
within the former Baker City Forest Re
serve, Oregon. Department of the Inte
ior, General Land Office. Washington, D.
C, March 28, 1 906. Jn pursuance of the
proclamation of the President of the
United States, dated March IP, 1906, ex
cluding from the former Baker City Fares!
Reserve, partly embraced in. the Blue
Mountains Forest Reserve. Oregon," the
ares described below, and restoring to
jettlement the public lands therein, notice
is hereby given that the said public lands
will become subject to entry, filing and
election, under the usual restrictions, at
the United States Land Office at La
Grande, Oregon, on July 18, 1906: In
Township eight (8) South, Range thirty
eight '38) East, Willamette Meridian, the
west half of the north-west quarter and
the west halt of the south-west quarter
of Section thirty-five (86): in Township
nine (9) South, Range thirty-nine (39)
East, the west half of the north-west
quarter end the west half of the south
west quarter of Section twenty nine (29).
and the west half of the north-west
quarter of Section thirty-two (32).
W. A. Richards, Commissioner.
Acting Secretary of the Interior.
Wm. MILLER. Vice Rres'.dent
T. J. SCROGGIN, Asst. Cashier
For 96 hours the dreary seach for Cecil
Brittain has been :n progress at the toll
gate on the summit of the Blue mountains
without the sl:ghtest trace of the chili
Over 150 people are now at the sum
mit, and th s af terncon all the forces were
called in for a consultation. It was al
most definitely dee ded that the child has
been kidnaped, as there is not the slight
est trace of clothing., blood or other mask
leading to the theory that he has been
devoured by wild animals has been found.
The Draper bloodhounds absolutely
failed to pick cp a scent anywhere, and
it is the opinion of Draper that the child
has been carried away by some one and
that he is still alive in the hands of a
Sheriff Taylor, of this city, is now with
the seachers and will now run down the
clu-s that may have been found leading
to the belief that the child was stolen.
The mysterious man who has been seen
at times on the mountain has not been
located and a search is now being made
fo him and his camp.
Word is sent nut that there are now
too many men on the mountains. The
accomodations are not ample for the
crowds that are now gatherbd there. It
is decided that it is of but little use to
search farther as every foot of ground
for miles around the tollgate has beep
thoroughly hunted ever and now all effort
will be directed tiward finding a trace of
the mysterious stranger or others who
may have crossea the mountain about the
time the child, was lost. Pendleton E. O.
(Scripps News Association)
Washington, D. C, July 20. The Re
publican Congressional Campaign com
mittee is preparing for the opening of the
congressional campaign in the various
states and co gressional campaign head
quarters will be opened today in New
York and many cities throughout the
country. The record of tne first session
of the Fifty-ninth Congress will be used
as a campaign document during the cam-
pain this fall.
"The session just closed was one of the
most notable since the adoption of the
Constitution", said Representative James
A. Tawney of Minnesota, chairman of the
House Committee on Appropriations and
vice-chairman of the Republican Cam
paign Committee. "A vast amount of
important legislation was enacted, and
Congress responded to nearly every pop
ular demand upon it. l see nothing in
the present situation that would justify
even a doubt that the Republicans will not
control the House in the Sixtieth Con'
It is generally understood that, accord
ing to the plans of the campain committee
the coming campaign will be one of argU'
ment and statistics. Amcng the most
prominent c impaign orators this fall will
be Speaker Cannon, Secietary Shaw,
Secretary Taft, Vice President Fairbanks.
Senator Beveridge, Representative Hill of
Connecticut, and Representative Payne of
PAINTS THAT PLAY
the kind that have no real
"body" have no place in our
stock. Immitation paint is
worse than no paint at all.
We have a care in providing
paint that fills the wood,
preserves it, adds to its ap- (
pearance and altogether does
what an Al paint shop
STANIELS & JAPAN
Paper Hangers and
J. L MARS,
Contractor and Builder
laler in Building Material
Building Stone, Clean Coarse Sand and
La Grande, Oregon
Dro a line naming work, a no I w.II
.:::.-.o"t r' ' "iO.
We have just surveyed and plated the
O. O. Jonhson place on Island City
road, into acre tracts. Said tract is
plated as block 6, Home Investment
Addition. This property is all in
beanng orchard and a lot will make a
fine home. Water right wi'h each
lot The price is right and we will
, sell the property on installments
Secure a Lot at Once and Get the Best
La Grande Investment Co.
United States Depositary
Capital Stock, Surplus and undivided profits $160,030 00
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS
TEORGE PALMER, President. J. M. BERRY, Vice President.
' . F. L. MEYERS. Cashier.
W. L. BRENHOLTS, Assistant Cashier.
GEORGE L. CLEAVER. ' F. M. BYRKIT. A. B. CONLEY.
C. C. PENINGTON, F. J. HOLMES.
General banking business,
parts of the world
THIS fOR MINE VERY TIME
No more a muddledbrain for m ne
I'll call for soda every time
Quench my thirst to my heart's content,
Save cash for clothes as well as rent
Treat my wife and children too
"Smile" with them, and "smile" with you.
All the popular drinks at Hill's soda
160 acres of good pasture adjoining
Morgan Lake. Good springs. $1.00 per
head per month,
. Thomas Broaohurit.
A t?afe Medicine for Children.
In hnylr . "xm - oedidne for children, never be afraid to bnjr Cr
Lain h Comir hi vr.l l There In no dimmer from it, and relief in alw
to f ,liow. V 'u 'n'e 0. 1 especially for coaghs, colds, cronp and r
coTik'li , uri'i i tiue et z. Icine in the world for these dineaM-s. It Is
a -e rtdu cure 1 r c nnp t, when given as soon aa the cronpy cookV
will f.revn t tho t., vVhoojiing cough Is not dBTierons when t:.
is 'i;i ,,i Oi.-ede-;. U contains no oplnm or ot'iiT hinufuj drngn, a
given ' v.CJ ttly to a tab as to u a alult.
Drafts drawn on all
: OXFORD PAR :
JAMES FARQUHARJON. Prop.
Cold lunches and mixed drinks a
specialty. Fair and impartial
treatment to all. You art invited
to call and get acquainted.
Can be obtained at this mar-
at all times. We deliver all
orders promptly. Phone to
us or leave your order. We
will do the rest.
KROUSE BROS Prop.
Successor to J. Bull and Co.
Phone Main 48
To make the day a success one has
to dine well. Look over this list
and see if it does not make your
mouth water. Absolute purity of
every article is assured and they
are certainly appetising. Do not
wait until the last minute but cut
out this list, paste it in your mem
orandum book and call here im
mediately and leave your Fourth of
July order. It will be promptly
PHONE MAIN 46
NORTH FIR STREET
if you bring her to our
ICC CREAM PARLORS
you will have her won withou
pleading your case at her feet
THE TAYLOR STUDIO
To the Summer Girl:
1 want you to visit my studio and
let me show you how successfuly
1 can photograh you in your sum
mer gown. Come while your gown
is fresh and new, it will look neat
er in a picture than after it his
been to the laundry. Remember
the new location of
THE TAYLOR STUDIO
is next door to the Observer
PHONE BLACK 1 182
SUNDAY PHONE 841
ii. A. Watson, Mir.
Our system gets the money.
Full particulars made known upon
application to interested parties.
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Office Lewis building
La Grande, Or.