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Every thing you want fcr a quick cool dinner.
All sizes, Mason and Economy Jars. Phone your
order. Main 75.
We have just received
HOUSE KEF PI IMG
THE CITY GROCERY AND BAKERY
E. FOLACK. Propr.
CHERRIES WANTED !
Ve pay 60 per pound for fancy large BLACK CHERRIES, and
for others according to grade and varietv.
We are'in the market for eggs. We pay 22 1s'c per doz. Spot Cash.
EXCELSIOR $31.00 to $45.00
Means Best ange at any price. Sold
n Exchange for Old Stoves or on EASY
Consisting of Bed Room Suits, Dressers. Iron Beds. Springs, Chairs.
Bed Lounges, Couches, Folding Beds, Cooking Stoves, Carpets, and
BARGAINS BARGAP S
WE DO UPHOLSTERY and FURNITURE REPAIRING
Phone Red 1161
F. D. HAISTEN
14'5 Adams Ave.
Phone Red 241
H. B. HAISTEN
Fir Street Store
QUICK MEAL GASOLINE STOVE
The han, Kool, Kitchen Kind. We
Guarantee them. Money back if you
Kant, Keep Kool while Kooking.
La Grande Evening oaservei
THURSDAY JULY 26. 1906
Published daily except on Sunday
We are now ready to contract for your entire hay crop for this season. i
Call and see us before you make any arrangements.
We have a large stock of strawberry boxes and crates, which we
X ftffpr vmrv rhen in rtrdor tn rlr,e .V.a.m ...f t
PHONE MAIN 2
Oregon Produce Company
N0T QUITE SO H2T
WE fAN YOU WHILE YOU WAIT
Refreshing rest room Summer dri ks that satisfy
Best equipped Ice Gream Parlor in Eastern Oregon
Buy now and save money and worry. $7. CO per ton
delivered in your bin.
Call and see our line of
HAY, GRAIN. AND STEAMED ROLLED BARLEY.
GRANDE RONDE CAM. COMPANY.
Phoone Main 6 Lewis Bros. Prop.
One VMr in rtvanr 1 ee en
Six months in advance 3.50
Per month 55
Single copy 6c
according to recent despatches, an option
las been obtained on the property. The
house is on the Piazza di Spagna, at the
foot of the picturesque Spanish steps
which lead to Villa Medici. It is at pres
ent owned by France.
Entered at the Post Office at La Grad9
Oregon, as Second Class Matter.
CURREY BROS.. ED'S AND PROP
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appearing over a riom-de-plumti. Signed
articles will be received subject to the
discretion of the editors. Please sign
your articles and save disappointment.
Jlply Ad rule rarnlnlied upon apiK-.tlon
.ocal reading not Im iuc per line Oral I okt-
lion, 50 per nn fur euub "ubswjueot losei-
ewjiuilonxif cou1olenoe. 50 er line.
anU of ttiHbkn, to per line
IRRIGATION 111 THE WEST
Tne men wio are pjning irr.gat'oi in
to the ai id regions of the great West are
benefiting more of the populace of this
country directly and indirectly than any
other body of men wno are interested in
More irrigation means mare productive
homes for individual farmers, and horn s
that, once occupied will not be deserted,
as crops and prosperity are insured to the
farmer who has water supply under his
Irrigation means more traffic for the
railroads, more and better food for the
people who live where food is scarce and
high. It developes those regions of the
country that most needs developing; it re
lieves congestion in the older agricultural
ragions by affording new and attractive
fields for the progressive young men. It
is a work that should he more approb
ated and encouraged.
1 Japenese journals, says Weekly Mail
j (Yokohama), publish, in large type, a
J statement that owing to the unsettled
; state of S beria and the constant disturb -
I ance in Europesn Russia, the St. Peters
1 burg authorities find it impossible to r -j
move the troops from Northern Manchuria
j wi'.hin the prescribed period
; of 18 months. There are still 200.000
; tr.pn massed at Harbin, and tne proba
i bility : that Russia will approach Japan
, with a proposal to extend the time for
Russel Sage is dead and it may be that
as he was the beginning of great finan
ciering his death may begin its decay.
The world admires genius and Russel
was one of the greatest financiers the
world ever knew.
He knew the value of a dollar as the
genius in politics knew the value of a
vote and he knew the causes and influences
that effected the dollar as scarcely any
genius in politics knows the causes and
principles that effect the voter. Russel
Sage was to finance as Tennyson was to
poetry, as Napolean was to war and
Shakespeare to the drama. His genius
was of another sort but it was greatness.
As Tennyson studiea his art; as he evolv
ed the machinery of verse that gave ex
pression to the soul within; as he search
ed for the beauty of truth, so did Sage
study and se rch for truths in finance
and opportunity to give expression to the
principles of money making. Pendleton
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THE LATEST IN EARLY
I ENGLISH FURNITURE
Hammocks and lawn Swings
W. H. BOHNHNKAMP CO 1
After the batt'e near San-de-pu. Jan
uary ZZ. 19C5. in which the Russians
lost 14.000 men out of 40.000.' says the
; Kobe Herald, "there occurred scenes
; which have never been made public, as
everything: lias been done to keep them
' from being known. Twelve hundred
wounded Russians were dragged to the
. railway and then allowed to lie there in
: the snow for 24 hours. The cold was
I most severe; in vain the men implored
he'.p as they wept aloud, and in vain they
! tried to crawl into shelter; every man
' was frostbitten and died."
Trust to Natut j.
A Brent ninny Americans, both mm
Hid wnnii'i:. uro thin, pali! Hint puny, with
poor circulation. Ihtuii-c they liuvo ill
treated their sloiniulis iy hasty eating
or tiNi 111 m-!i eating. Iiy cunsiimiiiii iilco
liolic Ijeveragps, or ly too Ho e routine.
ueiit tn liniiii1, ullii'ft or factory, and In
consequence tlio stomach must he treated
In a natural way belorc they can rectify
their curlier mistake. Tlii muscles In
many such people, in fact In every weary,
tliiu and tliiii-bl'iixii'd person, do their
work with eri'iit iliitioufty. As 11 result
fatigue comes early, is extreme 11 nd lasts
limit. Tile demand for nutritive aid if
ahead of the supply. To Insure perfect
lie. ill ll exery lis-no. Iiolie. nerve and
muscle should take from the iilooil cer
tain iiiaieriais and return to It certain
oilier" ll is necessary to prepare the
stomach for tin- work of taknu: up from
the fiHi.l w hit is ne.-esary to make Rood,
rich, led blood. We inii-l po to Nature
for the remedy. There were certain
roots known to the Indians of ihs
country l.elore the H.uent of the white
which later came to the knowledge of
the settlers and w hich lire now grouinn
rapidly in pr..f' stimuli fuor fur the cute
tr oii-iinale st much and liver troiil ies.
Tle se are bniiVl to lie safe anil yet cer
tain in their cleansing and invigorating
rti'ect iikii the stomach, liver ami hlood.
Those are: (ioldell Seal root. Queen's
mot. Stone root. ltlooilroot. Mandrake
root. Tlien there is lilack Ciierrylnirk.
The medicinal principles residing in these
unlive roots when extract with glyc
erine as a solvent make tlie ino-t reliable
and elli.'ient tomuch tonic and liver in
viLrorator. when coinhiiied In Just the
ri'ht proportions, us in 1 r. Pierce'?
Imlden Medical IHscovery. Where there
l bankrupt vitality such as nervous
exhaustion, had ii'utrltioii mid thin
blood, the IkhIv ueoiiires vigor and the
in rv 1". IiIihuI ntid all tin- tissues feel tin
favor i'do effect of this sovereign remeilv
Ait hough some physicians have I ei i
nvvai'eof the high iiK dicliiul value of the
,1'i'ove mentioned poilils, yet few have
use I pure glycerine as solvent and
uMu.lly the doctors' prescriptions calkd
for the i'lciiilients in varying uniounu.
Ifl ' Ilf'i..'l..(.
The "(i'.lden Minllcal Discovery" U a
?ci"ni lic pieparaiion compounded of ih
plvci ric eiJ:lcs of the alKive meutioiie.l
Vi get. idle ni';nslieiits and contains 11c
klcoUol or li.irmlul habit-dinning ding.
A LITTLE TALK ON
ICE CREAM SODA A
NOT BETTER THAN THE BEST
BUT BETTER THAN THE REST
To maintain the reputation we have acquired for supplyidg the needs cf our
many patrons in every department, a reputation we point to with pardon
able pride, we want, now, to advise you that we have opened our soda
fountain with a new line of crushed fruits and fruit juice which excel any
which we have ever had, and while we may occasianly find a party who
has n "gj tried one of our delicious ICE CREAM SODAS we find a hun
dred v.. .., have, and do, and always will, because they war.t the best and
appreciate a fine article. We have some new flavors this year which a-iyi,
going to be of universal favor on account of their delicate flavors. Hoping
jou will kindly favor us with an early call, so we may show you,
We are respectfully,
A. T. HILl
LA GRANDE. OR
HIS APFRECi ATION
THE'EUSINESS MAN thoroughly appreciates the advantages" a
checking account with a bank. Those who do not keep such an
account miss many of its aavantages.
.We are always glad to explain the workings cf a checking accent
to those who are not familiar with banking.
Interestspaid on time deposits and in savings department.
CAPITAL AND SURPI US $74,000.00
TJho farmer ana Tjraders
; A movement to buy and preserve the
house in Rome in which Keats ditd, and
j to establish in it a memorial library of
of h's works and Shelley, was stt on foot
I in 1905 by eight American writers then in
!R;me. The plan has bean recognized
FOREST GROVE, OREGON. k
A High-grade college with
Beautifully located twenty-six milei
Full regular college courses.
Academy gives strong preparatory and
High School courses.
Conservatory of Music and School t
Art, with superior instructors.
Business branches taught.
Gymnasium and Field Athletics untie
' a I'nysical Director.
, Well-equipped Laboratories.
1 Library of I3.ii Volumes.
i Healthful social life; religious influencM,
l All student enterprises active.
TKt SCHOOL THAT STI NDS PON THI i
wbitf rna ciritnnue '
SEEING IS BELIEVIVB
is a proverb especially true of cur
business. If we examine your eyes
and fit you with glasses you mutt
believe in us. For you will see
better than you ever did with
those old window glass spectacles
to aid the sight can be found here.
And vou know or have heard of J
our moderate charge method.
i-TWii-, ' Repairing Promptly donc.tif
J. H. PEARE. j2wclcr and Optician i
and commended by President Roosevelt.
King Edward, and the King of Italy, and.