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FOR SALE OR TRADE Two acres in
Honan's addition, nicely improved, large
roomy house, good
water. Will trade
C. A Cary.
WANTED--Men and boys for beet thin
ning. Apply to Samuel Storey,
FOR RENT Furnished room in
Anthony house corner 6th and P st.
MsNEY For ioant on city property see
. Grant's agency
Also real estate
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.
Uf A UTF r-. I
nnnitu n apprentice coy in repair
hP. L. C. Smith
i. J MALUSTER'S SPfdflC LINIMENT
Sold by all Druggist
TO NOMINATE JUDICAL CANDIDATE
(Scrtpp News Association)
Jefferson City Mo.. July 26 Ths
Republican State Judicial Convention of
Missouri will meet here this afternoon for
j the purpose of nominating a candidate
lor the short term on the Supreme bench
and for ths transaction if any other bus
iness which may came up for consideration
Ths attendance at the convention will
probably be lighter that at the state conven
on in May when only 65 of the 1.076
delegates were present. It is understood
that there are sevjn candidates for the
judicial nomination in the fUld but it
is asserted by well formed delegates that
the nomination will probably be offered
to Assistant Aitoiney General John
Kennish of Holt county. The Democrats
have nominated for that position Judge
Waller, W. Graves formerly of the law
department of the Missouri Pacific railroad.
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
return or itifwnr.dluri leuw.r.a w il& lelum
to this office.
FOR SALE One threshing machine
S3 by 60 with band cutter long feeder
and everything complete will sell or
fC J- E- Reynolds
T Phone 1981
A New Remedy.
Give it a trial.
III lilt JIFJUU Of HISTORY
Another MtuM. One to lip -MotHer is Dud but (tild will
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.
WANTED A competent girl or woman
to do general housework., Good wages
Mrs. J. C. Guulino
TITLES go to the
La Grande Invest-
HELP WANTED-Competent woman
to do general rouse work. Inquire at
FOR SALE One 11 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. D.. No. 2
MEN WANTED At the Sugar Factory,
inquire of F. G. Taybr at the Sugar
FOR SALE Five rooiri house on Adams
venue. Inquire at thisoffice.
djjRL WANTED -At once to do general
house work. Apply at Western Union
Milch cow, Jersey
Red 621 or write
REAL ESTATE LOANS Any amounts
on city and country real estate. Loans
closed proTiptiy, as soon as title is ap
proved. La Grande Investment company.
fctyPROVED FARMS FOR SALE
CvbT" 200 good farms for sale. See our
list before vou bjy. A. A. Barry, the
Oregon and Wash ngton Land Man, at
Ronde Valley House.
Eight acres,6 rocm house.barn. place for
chickens or heps. Drchard, all kinds o
fruit and plenty of water. Located east
of flouring mi:!, v. ,1 exchange for city
croDerty Add v a: a-enises. JohnOavan
style, Nj can
large. See samp'es
n any quant.ty or any
act too small or to
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Vortb. Omaha. Kan-
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Portland. Dai lea. Pea-
diMnn, Walla Wall.,
Havlon. fumerov. Col-
fax, Vnaeow, Spokane.
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Hortiand. Dallea. ftiy
illelim, I'matilla, Wat
lula, LewKlon, l o'ln,
Moacuw, Wallace, Ear
ner, Hpokane ami other
poluta aaat acd Ounb
Island City, f ileal, Im
hler and . .aid. Con
ne tiooa at fcln w'th
ta" lor polota nWal-
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8:40 a IO
Oman Htaumera betweeo Portland and Ban
Frarjct'oo every Ave daya,
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and the, Has
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in Ore? r. .iiid uslintun, vi i the
Chl'aizi ' nil n 1'acitv ami Nnr'li-
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track railway :et.eci M' ir! J.
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THE BEST OF LVERYTHINO.
For lurther iniiTinalion apt Iv m
W. A. Co. Ucneral Ag-t. C. & N.-W. Hy.
ISS Third Street, Portland, Ore.
The Mormons of South Baker and their
friends last evening celebrated the fifty
ninth anniversary of the coming of the
pioneers, under the leadership of Bring
ham Young into the Salt . ake valley.
The celebration was held in the Church
of the Latter Day Saints, There was a
commemorative service of music and rec
itation. Three honored quests were three
of those same pioneers who almost sixty
years before had dared the awful trip
across the plains, that lead to the founding
of the rich empire of Utah in the fertile
valley of Salt Lake.
The three pioneers were John D. Sta k,
of the Oregon Lumber company's store
Mrs. Sarah Eccles, grandmother of John
H. Eccles, and Mrs. Heggie, whose son is
employed by the Oregon Lumber company,
and who has just recently arrived in Bak
er from Salt Lake. '
The program was made up or singing
by the choir of the church, under the
direction of Prof. Edwards; graphophone
music and a talk by James W. Eardley
upon the "Pioneers and their Wonderful
Trip Across the Plains."
In the afternoon there was dancing for
the children, and in the evening a dance in
which the other folksjoined. Because of
the work of the men the celebration was
necessarily held in the evening and the
games and sports with which its celebra
tion is marked in Utah were of course
Pioneer Day to the Mormons is another
Fourth of July. It is celebrated in Utah
and in points in Oregon. Idaho and Wash
ington, as well as in many of the Europe
an countries where there are coionies of
the Saints, .t is tne great anniveisary
of the church. -Baker City Herald.
- This Date In History
1 1 59 A'phonso I. vanquished Moors
at battle of Aurique.
1261 Constantiropld taken by Michael
end of Latin empire.
1554 Marriage cf Philip of Spain
and Mary cf England.
1603 King James and his queen
were crowned at Westminister.
1 759 Fort Niagara New York surrender
ed to Sir William Johnson.
1830 Charles X of France suspended
liberty of the press.
1851 "'indow tax revealed.
1861 General Ceorge B. McClellan
took command of the Army of the Patomac
1861 W yoming territory formed by act
1898 -General Miles and his army
landed at Guarica, Porto Kico.
1902 James Jeffries champion pug
list defeat. d Robert Fitzsim-nons at San
1 904 - Newchwang evacuted by Russia
1 905 -Secretary Tafi and parly en
thusiastically received in Japan.
j The Eastern Oregon Trust and j
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 W. MILLER. Vice Rresident
' GEO. L. CLEAVER. Cashier T. J. SCROCG1N, Asst. Cashier
F. J. HOLMES, Treasurer.
Maclaay, Ore., July 26 - An accident
occurred at Macleay. about six miles from
Salem. Tuesday afternoon, resulting in
the death of Mrs. Willard English, and the
premature birth of her child, that has, so
far as known, no parallel in history. Mr.
English was horned by a cow. her un
born baby torn from her womb, she living
half an hour, and was able to walk into
the house, a distance of 60 fe-.t. The
baby did not receive a sca'.ch, and will
Mrs. English was standing at the front
gaio ui nar iiuine. luuHing at a ai-year-oia
heifer, when the animal became enraged
at her, gave her horns a quick and power
ful toss. Mrs. English was hit in the
lower aVidomen and was entiiely disem
boweled. The womb was ruptured, and
she fell to the grjund. Tne husband was
near by and at once drove the animal
away, and assist d his wife to her feet.
She walked into the nouse unassisted.
and Mr. English picked the baby up and
carried it into tne house.
It is thspuij.i of the physician that
had a surgeon been on the spot at
time of the accident Mrs. English's
might have been saved. Slill he thought
the woman practically bled to death with
in ten minutes after the occurence hap
Dr. Morse believes that the baby has a
much chance for its life at any oaby this
hot weather, that has to be nourished ex
clusively o artificial toed.
The child is of the usual size, an: would
have been born within a week.
Mrs. English was the wife of a young
farmer residing near Macleay and was
the mother of two other small children.
Mar m.id.n nam uiaa Oil,.. rt,., k...
she was not related to the pioneer family
of the name residing in trie Waldo Hill.
She was 23 years of age.
Dr. Morse has been requested to give
the medical features of the case, which,
he says, are unprecedented in the re
corded history if obstetrics, and he will
no doubt be besieged to write accounts for
various medical journals.
He regards the acc dent a? resulting
almost miraculously, as had the horn of
the heifer gone a fraction, uf an inch dep
the ; er, the life of the child wou'J r.ave been
life i the forfeit.
KR0USE BROS Prop.
Successor to J. Bull and , Go.
Phone Main 48
BID FOR BONDS
Notice is hereby g:ven that sealed bids
will be received by the C ty Recorder of
the City of La Grands, up ti August I st
1906. forth purchase S30.000 Water
Bonds, of City of La G rar.de. said bonds
to bear 5 interest, payab'e semi-an-uaily,
and to run for a period of 20 years
with privilege of redemption at any time
after 10 years, upon giving three month
notice. G. E. Fowler
Chairman Ways &. Means Committee
We can locate a number of parties on
good timber claims of two million feet and
Foley Bik. La Granli Investment Co.
160 acres cf good pasture adjoining
Morgan Lake. Good springs. $1.00 per
head per month.
W'V MizsL: 1 ICE
I XX. TKotM .-j--." TO i- ..rt Sir' -
All our groceries ara gootl. clean,
fresh, and pure. The kind that
will make your meals very delici
ous, and give the house-wife an
easy task in prepainng It.
W challenge the city cn fresh
farm produce and berries, Every
thing that should be fnmd in a
first class grocery.
PHONE MAIN 46
NORTH FIR SIMLT
A Sate Medicine for Children.
In bnylr ,i you, 'h inwliclne for children, never be afraid to liny Cp I It-
Lain CoroH hi VF.iT. There Ik no danger from it , and relief in alw ir
to tnllow.If ' 'nf ideJ eciieclally for conghn, cold, crimp and v ing
couifh , una is the I et ir- h ine in the world fur tliene dlw-aneH. It 1h i ml)
a certain cure f ir ti-:iip ' t. when given iw tmn e the crimpy cotiKh j urn,
will prevent the a'.ti ds vVhuvjiii.g cotiph U not duvermm when tl .' .ned
U piven as directed. Tt contain' no opium ot other h'truifu) dnig , u I ay'
Kiven ii' "O'l'Jd-ntly to a huh as to an adult.
La Granie National Bnk
ESTA B L I S H E p i ? ? 7
United States Depositary
Cap UI Stock. Surplus and undivided profits $160,0)0 00
OFFICERS AND EIPBCTtF'S
PALMER. Phesicent. J. M. ELRPY.Vxa Pf-ss :t-r.
F. L. MEYERS. Cavm f.
W. L. BR EN HOLTS, A;
GEORGE L. CLEAVER, F. M. BYRKIT.
C. C. F-F-VNOTCN. F.
ili,tttfttfl,i i m i aaayf
r WBtvaStaA 1 aV
If you bring her to tor
you will have her wen withou
pleading your cast at her feet
! SELDER, The Canny
A. B. COr-LEY.
Oer.eral barking business,
parts cf the world
crawn cn a
LA GRANDE SCHOOL
PROF. DAY, PRINCIPAL.
- MRS. DAY. ASSISTANT.
Thi is on of the best tr.iif icul in
institution in the state, nnil that
people in this city and valley are
hegininng todiscover the advantage
of this school. The system is the
latest and most oracticul. and in
cludes all the latest discovniirs in
the art of teaching miinc. The
school is divided into two depart
ments; No. 1 is for bcgirmurs Irom
6 year or more and are Uught
the first Ihreo grades. Pupil come
one hour each day. Thi is no kin
dergarten system but far raipciior.
In No. 2 the grades are from 5 to
16. Here they graduate Pupils
take one or two lesson a week as
they desire. No scholars will be
permitted to remain in this school
who do not study.
Opposite the Foley Ho.i-o over
the candy store. Phone. 473.
Only 82 years old
"I m only 62 year old and Hurf6
expect even when I get to bo real old to
feel that way a long a I can get Elec
tric Bitters." says Mrs. E II. tirunaon.
of Dublin, Ca. Surely there's nothing
else keeps the old as young and makes
the weak as strong as this grand tonic
medicine. Dyspepsia, torpid liver, In
Harnsd kidneys or chronic constipation
are unknown after taking Electric Uitler
a reasonable time. Guaranteed by Nevr-
nr unin ivo. fro o.'c.