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Rate One cent a word, one-ha'f a cent j
fen. Cl..ified adds brmg qu,ck r.s.iu. Con,;"8"1
FOR SALE Tan head of horses, and one
ftsh milch cow. Inquire of Mr. Rose
Virris. on door thi aide of Rohr ar.d
Co. Butcher bop.
FOR SALE OR TRADE Two acre in
Honan' addition, nicely improved, large
roomy bouse, good water. Will trade
C. A Cart.
FOR SALE Air
motor windmill good
A. Mcum N 4th t
WANTED Men and boy for beet thin
ning. Apply to Samuel Storey.
' Black 612
FOR RENT Furnished roon in
Anthony house corner 6th and P st.
MONEY For loan on city property see
Wm. Grant agency. Also real estate
LOST On the road between La Grande
and Starkey, a leather folding pocket book
containing a diamond ring. Said book
was lost on or about the seventh of June.
A liberal reward will be paid for the
gSirn or information leading to its rewrn
rOR SALE One threshing machine
S3 by 60 with band cutter long feeder
and everything complete will sell or
J. E. Reynolds
FOR SALE Near Cove. S80 acre
fin fruit, vegetab'e and pasture land.
with fin spring water, for $4,600. Also
the finest residence and acre block in
Cove ior $5,600, or land and town
property for $9,600 if taken together.
Inquire at this office
FOR SALE On 33 by 60 Russell Sep
i, g&rator with wind stacker and long and
CXhort self feeder and band cutter com-
J. E. Reynolds,
La Grande R. F. D., No. S
MEN" WANTED-At th Sugar Factory,
inquire of P. G. Taylor at the Sugar
WANTED Experienced skidders to take
FOR SALE Five room house on Adam
Avenue. . Inquire at this office. ..
GIRL WANTED At once to do general
house work. Apply at Western Union
WANTED A fresh
Mi'ch cow, Jersey
Red 621 or writ
Brick furnished in any quanUy or any'
stvl. No contract too small or to
large. See sample n' our pressed
Lm Oraode. Oregon.
The Eastern Oregon Trust and
Th Ravines bank is the greatest boon that has ever
:come to the masses. It not
offer a sustitute for doubtful
cepting small deposits it protects them from their own J
We want your savings account, no matter how small
GENERAL BANKING AND EXCHANGE BUSINESS
W. C. BROWN, President
GEO L. CLEAVER. Cashier
trt v. . .
Eight acres,6 room hous,brn, place for
chicken, or hogs, orchard. aU kind o
fruit and plenty of water. Located east
of flouring mill, will exchange for city
property Apply at premises. JohnGavan
!)l?,ttC!;rLife inurn -ompanie. will
reduce the rate 33 per cent to all who
asxee to use Hollisters Rocky Mountain
lea. A wise measure. Tea or Tablet
So cents. Newlin Drug Co.
Good looks bring happiness. Friends
care more for us when we meet them
with a clean, smilling face, bright eycw,
sparkling with health, which comes
taking Hollisler- Rocky Mountain Tea.
36 cts. Tea or Tablets.
Newlin Druo Cc.
We can locate a number of parties on
good timber claims of tw j million feet and
Foley Bik. La Grande Investment Co.
LOST-ln this city, a gold fob locket
with emerald settings. Leave at this
office and receive reward.
MEN AND MYS WANTED
To pick cherries- Begin Tuesday and
Wednesday. Can use all who come.
C M. AND B. M. Stackland.
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, forth purchase $30,000 Water
Bonds, of City of La Grande, said bonds
to bear 6Jt interest, payable semi-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 Js Means Committee
La Grand - Invest-
TITLES go to the
La Grand Ore., in
REAL ESTATE LOANS Any amount
on city and country real estate. Loam
closed promptly, as soon as title it a;
proved, la urakdc investment co
NOTICE OF RESTORATIOlrto Settle
ment, Entry, Filing and Selection of Land
within the former BakarCity Forest Re
serve, Oregon. Department of the Inter
ior, General LandOffice, Washington. D.
C, March 28. M06. In pursuance of th
proclamation w th President of the
United States, dated March 15. 1906. ex
cluding from the former Baker City Forest
Reserve, partly embraced in th , Blue
Mountain r or est Keserve, Oregon, the
area described below, and restoring to
settlement the public land therein, notice
hereby given that th said public lands
will become subject to entry, fi line 'and
selection, under the usual restrictions, at
the United States Land Office at La
Grande, Oregon, on July 18, 1906: In
Township eisht IB South, Ranee thirty-
eight (38) East, Willamette Meridian, the
west half of the north-west quarter and
- m.ir winter Upply 0f wood
w 1 Please leave their order at Mr.
Holoek sgrocery store. I hav 600 cord
of good dry cord wood and of any kind.
he west half of the south-west quarter r.., , ,j o u.a .
. c,.;n thirtv-flw. iXfii- in Tn,n.h;nfCarter' ner0' ,d 20. had asiulted a
of Section thirty-five (35); in Township
nine (9) South, Range thirty-nine (391,
East the west half of the north-west
quarter and the west half of the south
west quarter ot section twenty nine (29),
and the west half of th north-west
quarter of Section thirty-two (32).
w. a. kichards, commissioner.
Acting Secretary of th Interior.
only protects them by
investments, but by ac- j
W. MILLER. Vice R-ts cent J
T. J. SCR03G1N. Asst. Caster
STILL IS MISSKW
After five days and nights of constant
searching for little Cecil Brittam. who was
lost at the tollgat Sunday night, the mys
tery surrounding that case is now almost
as deep as ever. No trace whatever has
been found of the lost boy. and th con- j
viction that he was kidnapped is daily
A 'phone message from the tollgat this
afternoon told the story of th sam futile
search a on the past four day.
For a time this morning it wa thought
a clew had been found when on ot th
Diaper dogs took up a trail which is
thought to have been mad by a man im
plicated in th kidnapping if suchoc.urred
Th dog was loosened and allowed to
follow the trail. However, the scent was
ost after th dog had followed th trail
in the direction of Stout Spring.
In view of the distance which th child
was tra;ked by the bloodhounds and
some other thing, th people at th toll
gate believe th little boy wa stolen.
However, they are reticent to accuse any
on in th absence of proof, and so far no
on has been directly implicated in the
Sheriff Taylor is still at the tollgat
taking pari in the search for the missing
boy and striving to seur torn evidence
that will lead to his discovery if kidnaped.
INJURED SEARCHER BETTER
Tollgate, July 20. Milan Laflin, the
camptender who was accidentally shot
while searching for Cecil Brittain, rested
well last night and Dr. Robinson reported
this morning that he stood a splendid
chance to recover. Laflir, wa (hot about
three inches below th heart the ball pass
ing through the body and emerging at the
back. Miss Fowler, the nurse from the
Walla Walla hospital, arrived at 3 o'clock
this morning, and is now in charge of the
patient Dr. Robinson will remain with
Laflin several days in order to attend him.
UNION COUNTY PRiaS "
The threshing machine man of Union
county hav held a meeting in La Grand
at which it was agreed to rais th pric
of threshing to 6 and 6 cents per bushel-
5 cent for oats and barley and 6 for
wheat This is a rais of 1 sent par
bushel on ach variety of grain over for
doming on top of extraordinary prices
for sack this advanc in th pric of
threshing has brought out a strong pro
test from th farmers and it is possible
that many farmer will organize and buy
machines to avoid th threshing trust.
Grain is ripening rapidly but it is
thought that machines could b secured
by the farmer in time to thresh th crop
without serious loss. Th hot weather
ha damaged crops' but slightly in Union
county and haying is now in progress in
all parts of th county. Athena Press.
nCW CRT AW Of SAW Mil
u K. nibbard. a rancher, was over
from Imbler this morning and while in
thecity reported that Elgin will very
likely hav a larg a saw mill in th nor
future asLa Grand.
instigator of this ntrpris is S. H.
Graves, of Shelton Nebraska. This man
is a wealthy banker and financier of that
place and has spent several days in
Elgin looking over a sit for an up-to-date
saw mill. He wa apparently satisfied
witn conditions as he has gone back to
Omaha to interest more capital and will
soon inform th city of Elgin whether or
not he will build there. If he does, it will
oe a mm or luu.uuu reel capacity per
day. Mr. Hibbard seems confident that
the big thing is forthcoming, and soon.
NOB AFTER OKLAHOMA NEGRO
Oklahoma, City, July 21 A special to
the Mornino Ulj,hnmn u rhf Pnfna
seven year old daughter of a miner nam
ed Huferty at Henrietta, Wednesday
afternoon. Th negro was caught and
identified. He wa taken in charg by
th federal authorities and moved over
night to Weleetka, where he wa jailed.
It i understood that th miner at Hen
rietta have organized and moved to We
leetka. in an effort to get Carter and
lynch him Rumor that a pitched battl
had occurred could not he verified.
ASK HUP AGAINST PEASANTS
Odessa, July 21 Governor General
Kaulbars ha been overwhelmed recently
with appeal for military assistance from
land owner in the district of Kherson,
Yekaterincdav and Poltava against th
peasantry, who are organized and led by
revolutionists. Cossacks only are f urn
shed for such duties, as loyalty of the
regular troops is not to be depended upon.
MAGNATE MUST BE ARRESTED
(Scrlpis News A Klatlon)
Toledo Ohio July 21 Prosecuting At
torney William David says that if J. D.
Rockefeller reaches Ohio he must submit
to an arrest or appear and give bonds i
answer to charges. Dav d says he will
arrest the magnate even if he is his
own golf links.
Chicago July 21 Wheat opened at 76
Closed at 76; corn opened at 49
closed at49lj,'; oats opened at 5 2
Mrs. J. H. Aikine entertained th ladies
of the Five Hundied club Thursday after
noon. Mr. M. L. Causey won the prize,
a handsom plat.
During th afternoon frapp was ser
ved and at the close of the game, delicious
refreshments of pineapple cherbet, cake
and ice tea were served. The guests
were. Mesd-mes M. L. Causey. H. C.
Grady, Wm. Bohnenkamp, F. Swaney,
E. W. Bartlett, F. Kiddle. Wm. Allison.
H. S. Cavana, J. Gulling, A. H. Buckley
Q. E McCulley and Watt.
Yesterday afternoon little Miss Mildred
Reavis entertained fourteen of her young
friend in honor of her sixth birthday
Many pretty gifts were given to her by
those spending th afternoon. Cooling
and refreshing was th spread given the
little ones and all departed wishing the
hostess ma ny happy returns.
(Scrlppe News Association)
, Rochenter N. Y. July 21 The annual
convention and Saengerfest of the Arbei-
tor Sadngerfest of the Northern Middle
States, which was formally opened last
night with a reception and commers for
th visiting singers, is one of the best at
tended conventions of hat organization
ever held. 1 he delegates number more
than four hundred and many af them are
accompanied by their wives and families
This morning the singers held a re
hearsal at Germania Hall, at which Prof.
Frank W. Pohl, of this city, was the
director. In the afternoon a business
session of the delegates will be held and
the grand festival concert will take place
in the evening. Another business meet
ing will be held tomorrow morning. The
rest of the day will be devoted to a garnd
outing at Schuetzen Park.
KING OF ENGLAND CODEATHER
'"crlpp New Association)
London July 21 The Duke of Man
chetter'i second son was christened today.
Th king was th godfather.
PAN AMERKAN DELEGATES ARR1AE
(Brrlppa New Association)
Rio D Jane Jio July 21 The steamer
Byron arrived this morning with delegate
from United State to th Pan
"v ROSENBERG RELEASED
. Altona, Prussia, July 21 August Ros
enberg, formerly of Seattle, who wa
arrested here Jul 3 on th chare of be
ing engaged in an anarchist cor (piracy,
was released. Th judge who investigat
ed th case decided that th testimony
against th prisoner was Inadequate and
said that no suspicion remained in th
minds of th authorities against him.
WHEAT BURNS AT HEUX
H!ix. Ore, July 21 A fild of wheat
belonging to H. C. Egger at Merrick,
was almost totally destroyed hv fir.
Tussday, caused by a spark from a pass
ing engine on the W. & C. R. road. Th
loss it fully covered by insurance.
160 acre of good pasture adjoining
Morgan Lake. Good spring. $1.00 per
head per month.
THIS FOR MINE EVERY TIME
No more a muddledbrain for mine
I'll call for soda vry time
Quench my thirst to my hsart's content,
Sav cash for clothe a wall a rent
Treat my wif and children too
Smil with thm, and mile" with you.
All th popular drink at Hill' soda
! HOME INVESTMENT ADDITION I
I We have just surveyed and
O. O. Jonhson place on Island City
road, into acre tracts. Said tract is
plated as block 6, Home Investment I
Addition. This property is all in
bearing orchard and a lot will make a
fine home. Water right with each
lot. The price is right and we will T
sell the property on installments
Secure a Lot at Once and Get the Best
La Grande Investment Co.
TRIAL NEXT MONDAY
Srrlppe News Association)
Seattle July 21 -Esther Mitchell and
Mrs. Maud CrefAeld will be arraigned
next Monday morning if Judge F rater is
here then "said Prosecuting A:tomey
Mackintosh today. Th court ha announc
ed hi intention of being in Seattle on that
HOLY ROLLER RELIGION DEAD
"I believe the relig.on is dead forever
said Mr. Creffield. We had intended
to continue our faith her but it would
hav been a revised faith and one against
which there could not wve been a dread
of suspicion. What we did in Oregon
w thought right at time. We hav f und
further light since an i view out (practice
three years ago of wrong. Is is not for
the public to know what the inner works
of our religion were Holy Rollerism is
not spreading and there if little danger
of it doing S3.
HONOR THE MEMORY OF ZOLA
Paris, July 21. There was a demon
stration today at the tomb of Emil Zola,
commemorative of the acquittal of Drey
fus. The latter ssnt a wreath of orchids
bearing his card. Major Dreyfus was
tecogiized among the gathering and was
greeted with an ovation.
A MERRY GO ROUND
A merry-go-round company is busy to
day letting up it tent and other fixture
and ere Many hour th city will be favor
ed with strain of "Cairo" and other late
' - - i i t
ant lot in the rear of th Odd Fellow'
ATTORNEY KILLED FROM AMBUSH
(Scrlpps New Association)
Shoshone J Jy 21 Warren Moody the
son of th late U. S. Senator was shot
from an ambush this morning and killsd.
Bright eyes are an infallible index to
youth, windows from which Cupid shoots
his arrows. Hollister's Rocky mountain
Tea makes bright eyes, rosy cheek. Tea
or tablets, 56 cents Newlin Drug Co.
FOR RENT A four room cottage furn
ished. Also a ten room hous suitabl
for boarding and rooming. Inquire of
Whatever tnav be the fact a in man
of th M-culli! patent nrdlclnp con
taining Injurious IngrndU'iiti as broadly
Kublinhxd Id Mime Journals of more or
m iiiNwm.', till publicity ha certainly
brnn of srnst bvnelit In around); nenlnd
attention to thin subject It has. In a
eonsldorable measure, resulted In the
most Intelllarnt people avoiding Such
food and mwlk-infl as may be fairly lus
Dectfd uf cotitaliilnv the Inlnrimii (nvrw
dtcnui comulaiiMMi of. Rerognlclng thi
act some sime ago, nr. rierre. oi Hunalo,
N. Y., "took lime by the fornlnck," as it
were, and published broadcast all the
InKrrdlenM of which his popular medi
cine are eompimid. Thu lie has com
pletely forestalled all harping critics and
all opposition that might otherwise be
urged agalimi hi medicines, because they
are now or know composition. Fur
thermore, from the formula printed on
very bottle wrapper, It will be seen that
these mi'iik-'nv contain no alcohol or
other halilt-iorinliig drug. Nnlther do
they contain any narcotic or injurious
agents, their ingredients being purely
vegetable, eitracted from the roots ot
medicinal plniits found growing In the
depths of our American forests sud uf
well recoguiied curative virtues.
Instead of alcohol, which even In small
portions long continued, as In obstinate
case of diseases, becomes highly objec
tionable from Its tendency tu produce a
craving for stlinulunw, I)r. fierce em
ploys chemically pure, triple .refined
glycerine, which of Itself Is a valuable
remedy In many cases of chronic diseases,
being a superior demulcent, antiseptic,
antlferment and supporting nutritive.
It enhances the curative action of the
Golden Meal root. Htona root, Klack
Cherrybark and lilondmot, contained in
"Uolden Mmlicnl Discovery," In all bron
chial, throat and lung affection attended
with severe cough. As will be seen from
the writings of the eminent I)r. (Jrover
Coe, of New York; llartholow, of Jeffer
son Medical College, I'hlla.t Hcmlder, of
Cincinnati; Elllngwnod. of Chicago;
Hale, of Chicago, and others, who stand
a leader In their several school of
practice, the foregoing agent are the
very rest Ingrmllente that Dr. I'terc
eoiild hare chosen to make up hi fa
mous " Discovery " for the cure of not
only bronchial, throat and lung affec
tions, but also of chronic catarrb In all
its varlou forms wherever located.
Fresh and Cured
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 Go.
Phon Main 48
-u-,ir.-t f,i fJv
To make the day a success on ha
to din 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, past it in your mem
orandum book and call here im
mediately and leave your Fourth of
July order. It will be promptly
Green peas .
Olives ' ,
PHONE MAIN 46
NORTH FIR S TPFET
If you bring hr to our
ICE CREAM PARLORS
you will have hr r won. withou .
pleading your cas at her feet
SELDER, The Candy
irr-T L Man
i THE TAYLOR STUDIO
To thi Summer Girl:
I want you to visit my studio and
let m show you how suocestfuly
I can photograh you in your sum
mer gown. Com while your gown
i fresh and new, it will look neat
er in a picture than after it has
been to th laundry, Remember
th new location of
THE TAYLOR STUDIO
is nest door to the Observer
PHONE BLACK 1 182
SUNDAV PHONE 841
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e La Grande, Or. 2