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WANTED Room and board in private! GOOD WATfc r
I family. Phone J. M. Berry's star mi...,. , .t5hor cmpetent womn,
. . ' only 01 lour. Ask Mr I M
wiwTi:nni l... , I s mrs. J. M
'WANTED Dining room help, male ot ! S. -
ft or female at the Model Resturant. 1 2 e"'le-ian or lady waiter.
-NT Neatly furnished front room
ily located. Pnone Black 1941.
i nave exnene"ee
FOR SALE OR TRADE Good Crgan I ,R RENT - Furnished large and cozy
for sale or will trade for wood at 1603 j ont n:,m- MC a n house. Washing-
Adams Ave., or phone Black 601. I ,M ard Crew wood Sts. Call Black
f 1 168!.
X FOR SALE Good milch cow. Will soon 1
5 be fresh. Will sell for cash or exchange ! FOR RENT-A 7ZZTT" T
I for wood. Fred Jacobs. cellar and 'u r
uu nowiy pamiea
FOR SALE New reclining chair with
rubber tires. Will sell cheap. Fred
I WOMEN OR GIRLS WANTED Five
. B. C. Laundry. .
-For loans on city nrooertv see
Wm. Grant's agency. Also real estate
f: or six woi
I l .A:J
FOR SALE Small house, 1 acre ground
Pleasant hone addition. A snap. In
I quire L. 0. Nelson at Par-Simmons
I FOR RELIABLE ABSTRACTS OF
I TITLES go to the La Grande lnvest
I ment Company, La Grande Ore., in
i Foley building.
ortl PCTATtT irviMC a
I I li'ty and country real estate. Loans
d promptly, as soon as title is ap
proved. La Grande Investment com-
papered. Wii! rent partly furmshed
- F-uper person. Inquire at residence
-tl2:!.. ,A,!nue- E' G"TRmcE
BED ROOMS FORRENT-Comfortlble
and hjmeliKe in a quiet house near
Adams Avenue. Two only. Inquire of
Hattie R. McDoraid at No. 1616 Six
th St. 'Phone Black 464.
FOR SALE CHEAP-7 room house and
three lots close in. convenient to school,
round house, and to town, will sell all
furnishings such as stoves, dishes, furn
iture, bedding, etc. Good well and city
water. Inquire at this office or phone
Siegrist &Co.,Jewelers, have placed on
sale at their store 400 fiine watches
at wholesale prices.Mr. Herman Siegrist
while in San Francisco secured about 700
Waltham Elgin watches at a bargain part
of which were sent to this city and placed
Watch their window for bargains.
qtlKt Of STOCKHOLDERS MEETING
Notice is hereby given to the stock
holders of the Aurelia Mining Co. that
the annual meeting for the election of a
board of Directors and any other business
that may appear, will be held at the
company office in La Grande, Oregon, on
the first day of November 1906 at the
hour of 2 o'clock p m.
J. A. Thronson, Pres.
J. L Corlett, Vice pres.
FOR SALE OR RENT One farm of
1600 acres. One farm of 800 acres
will either sell on easy terms or rent
- vr five jtir;. Mere
a splendid opportunity for the right
person. For particulars see A. B.
Conley, Address Cove Ore. or Phone
Vergere telephone line.
A SUDDEN PROPOSITION
The sudden cold will come to a
sudden end if Antigriphine Tablets are
taken.-25e.-NEwuN Drug Co.
results from chronic constipation, which
is quickly cured hv Dr K.nrr'. N.u, T ;f-
Pills. They remove all poisonous germs
from the system and infuse new life and
vigor; cure sour stomach, nausia. head
ache, dizziness and colic, without griping
or discomfort. 25c. Guaranteed by the
Newlin Druo Co.
Nina Hunstock wishes to announce
'ladies of La Grande the s'-3 is
preparea co lake orders and give essons i
in oom water colors and china painting.
Studio at 906 Main St.
We can locate a number of parties on
good timber claims of two million feet and
Foley Blk. La Grande Investment Co.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby given that the under
signed has been duiy appointed Adminis
trator of the Estate of M. Baker Deceased.
All persons having claims against said
Estate are hereby required to present the
9j0hdulv verified to me, or J. C. Baker
my attorney, within six months after the
publication of this notice.
. ' S. K. Baker
' La Gra.'de. Oregon
Sept. 7 1906
Notice of Appointment of Ad
ministrator To Whom It May Concern Notice is
hereby given that the undersigned has
been appointed administrator of the es
tate of Louisa Griffin deceased. All
persons having claims against said estate
are hereby notified to present the same
to the undersigned, or to J. W. Knowles.
his attorney, within six months from the
date hereof. Dated this 22nd day of
August, A. D. 1006.
La Grande, Ore., Oct. 5. 1 906.
To whom it may concern:
As there has been some talk and won
der as to whether the insurance company
known as the Pac fie Live Stock Associ
ation, of Spokane, would ever pay its
losses, if they had any. I desire to an
nounce to the public that 1 lost a fire ani
mal and that I received prompt payment
in full. 1 cheerful'y recommend ttvs com
pany to all, as beirg cheap, safe and
Amalcated Sugar Co.
By F. S. Bramweli. Mgr.
It is enough that a woman should be
well and strong to be charming and beau
tiful, in order to be this she must take
Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea, one of
the greatest beautifiers known. Tea or
Tablets. 55 cents,
Niwlin Dfuc Co.
XJhe farmers ana traders
Surplus and Undivided Property .
Liabilities of Shareholders
J Conducted under Supervision of United States Bank Examiners.
SAFE AND RELIABLE
Glad to continue old enstomers and pleased to meet new ones.
A General Banking and Exchange Business Conducted.
Loans made on approved Security.
Highest Market Pr.ce paid for Union County Warrants and City of
La Grande Warrants. Be sure to call on us when you rave warrants
Mite Mabel Grave of the Home
Finding Society for Idaho and Oregon,
organized a board at this place.
Mr. Casey and family, who moved to
Pendleton. re again to be residents of
Hilgard. They moved back Tuesday.
The steam shovel crew of the O. R. &
N. which has been located her for quite
a while expect to imigrat to other parts
The O. R. & N. is making some striking
improvements west of Hilgard, up the
canyon. They have constructed a new
public road for the county on the south
side of the track which is well built and is
one of the most picturesque parts because
it is built on the side of the moun'ain.
They built this stietch tl cccr.t) read
tnat they might fill m one trestle.
Mr. E. E. Bragg, county ' superintend
ent, was a very pleasant caller of the
Hilgard schools Tuesday morning. The
teachers and pupiis have a warm place in
their hearts for Mr. Bragg. There are
about forty-eight pupils.
Miss Greta Breckenndge of La Grande
is now assisting Mr. Lewis as P. M. at
The autumn time has come,
The fall time of the year,
O heart be frolicsome.
And drive away thy fear;
For it js the time,
When poets write in rhyme,
About the golden leaf.
And the garnered sheaf;
Let's bathe in colors gay,
O soul along the way.
ISLAND CITY ITEMS
Mr. John Rowley left for her home in
Westfall, Oregon, Friday night, .after a
pieasant visit oi two uuiauuu iu
the family of her aunt, Mr. W. G. Hun
Mr. and. Mrs. Thomas Wade returned
Saturday night' from Walla Walla where
they visited relative for a week and also
attended the Fair,
Mrs. C. H. Bidwell. Mrs. E. E.' Kiddle,
and Mrs. William Hall arrived home Sun
day night from a several days visit with
Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Rinehart of Walla
Mrs. Geo. Childers and family, late of
California, are now residents of our little
Sr. Ed Kiddle is sti'l confined to his
room as the resulo of the injury he re
ceived Tuesday at the mill.
Mrs. W. G. Hunter is epending a few
days at the Cove visiting .Mrs. Beswell
and old time friends.
Matt Mills left Monday for Hailey Idaho
aftei spending the past two months with
his mother, Mrs. Mills.
Mrs. J. M. Choate and children returned
home Monday after a week's visit at
Ed Combes spent Sunday in Elgin.
Jim Childers and family of La Urande
spent Sunday in tms vicinity visiting
friends and re.atives.
Miss Hattie Wall of The Dalles is the
guest of her sister, Mrs. Arthur Berry.
Mrs, Dibbie cf Wallowa is the guest of
Everette Berry and family returned to
their home in Wallowa Tuesday after at
tending the funeral of h s mother, Mrs.
Berry, who d ed at Imbier. Oct. 6, 1906.
Hon. and Mrs. McLeod of Elgin were
callers in our town last week.
Mr. Thornton and family have moved
from their ranch into town for the pur
pose of sending their children to school.
Harry Rule of Alicel was a caller in our
Samuel Keck left for his home in Wal
lowa Saturday. He has been employed
at Wade &, Robinson's saw mill this sum
mer. Married In La Grande, Sunday. Oct
ober 7, 1 906. Mise Lulu Lanman of this
city and Mr. Fre3 Clorson of Wallowa.
Mr. Oilman left Wednesday for Salt
Lake City, Utah, where he will spend t'ie
next few weeks visiting friends and rela
tives. Died Near this city, Oct. 8, 1906,
Granopa Craig. The funeral took place
at the Summerville cemetery, Tuesday.
Oct. 9. 1906.
Mr. R. M. McKenzie is having his livery
ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE In the
County Court of the State of Oregon for
Union County. In the matter of the es
tath of R. D. Ruckman, deceased. No
tice is hereby given that the undersigned
as administrator of the estate of R. D.
Ruckmn, deceased, pursuant to an order
or the above entitled court made and en
tered on the 6th day of September A, D.
1 906. will from and after Friday, the 1 2th
day of October 1906. proceed to sell at
private sale for cash to the highest bidder,
subject to confirmation by the court, all
of the folio ving described real estate, viz:
Lots I. 2, 5. 4, 19 and 20 in Block 21 of
the Town cf lmb!er. Union County, Ore
gon. C. H. Finn. Adm.nistrator.
Dated and first publication, September
1 will n at public Auction t my place
two mile north of Cove, Oregon sale to
begin oromptly at 9 a m Saturday. Oct
20. 1906b following-described property
8 Milch Cows. 2 Two-year-old heifer.
8 Grade Jersey heifer calves, 1 Brood
mar. 2 Three-year-old geldings, 1 Four-year-old
driving gelding, 1 Seven-year-old
driving mare 1 One-year-old
mare, 1 Young Durham bull. 2 Mower-,
1 Rake. 1 Binder 1 Walking plow. 1
Wagon, I Hack. 1 Top Buggy, 1 Stake
rack wagon bed. 1 Set double buggy
namess. 3 Sets double work harness. 1
"Steel Age" cultivator, 1 C.lampbn wire
fence machine. 1 Disc. 1 Cook stove. 2
Heating stoves. 1 DeLava! cream separ
ator. No. 1, S Milk cans, and many other
artic es too numerous to mention.
Terms: $10 and under, cash; Qver $10
six months time on approved security,
bearing 8 per cant interest. Five per
cent discount will be allowed for cash on
sums of over $10.'
Free lunch at neon.
F. M. Daugherty,
. L. B. Stearns Auctioneer.
WANTED Person capable of handling
our agency in La Grande for crockery,
teas, coffees, baking powder, etc. View
of putting in store. Particulars, ad
dress, Empire Tea Company, Pendleton.
The Myriad Service
Have you ever considered
how desirable "Mackinette"
Proper outer garment for
Pull Dress and Informal occa
aionsj reliable during; rain or
shine, and suitable as a Spring;
or Fall Overcoat in short,
ready whenever an outer gar
ment is needed.
A necessity, if one ever
existed. We suggest the
"RScW Wellington" Model
as one that will probably meet
your idea as to style.
; You are cordially invited ;
; to inspect this beautiful
I line of Raincoats
: A. V. Andrews :
. Trust to Nature'
A (rri'ni imiiiy Amrrlriitu, Imth mea
and wniiifi'. ii ri' lliiii. pale uml puny, with
poor riivul. i urn Ix-ruUM! lin y have ill
tn;i u-d tl.i'lr kiiiiitt:liK liy hiixty anting
or t miH'li futliif, liy consumiiic ulcu-
lllllic llOVClMtfl'rl. l.r by tKI fllKK COIltillfl-
iiM'iit. tn li'iuii'. i.lll.'i. or f.n'iory. hiiiI In
tMiiiMMiKiii-i i lir -loniHi li nm.-t I'k tr'atd
in u mitiirul way l-fon tlicy can rectify
tlii-lr Piirlli-r lnistaki. 'i nn iniiiolpit In
ninny siii'li miiiIc, ill fuel lui'vury weary,
tliiu iind Uiiii-liliHHliil ihtsuii. do their
work with gri'i.t diMii-iilty. A a rinult
fmixiKi mint's early. Is exlrcmp and lasts
Ionic. Tin' ili'inaii'l for nutritive aid It
lilieail of the Hiijiply. To lui-iirp erficl
HphIiIi pverv tiKxiip. Ikhip. nerve and
uium-lp kIioiiIiI take from the IiIikkI cer
tain muierialM and return U It certain
others. It Is iiei'edMiry to prepare the
Htoniui'h (or ili work of takiiiK up from
the food wh u is ii'vci.ary ui make good,
rich, red IiIimmI. We must o Ui Nature
for the remedy. Tliere were certain
roots known to tint Indians of this
country liefor the advent of Uip white,
which later came Ui tlie kiKiwIedKP of
tlit settlers and which am now growing
rapidly In professional favor for the cure
of olistinnte stomurli ami liver troubles.
These are found to be safe and yet cer
tain In their cleansing and invigorating
etfert UMin llie stomach, liver and blood.
These are: Golden Seal root. Queen's
root. Stone root. Kloodrool. Mandrake
root. Then there Is lllack Cherrytiark.
The medicinal principle! residing In these
native roots when eitrarted with glyc
erine as a' solvent make the most reliable
and ethVient stomarh tonic and liver In
vlgoralor. when combined In Just the
right proportions, as in I'r. I'leree'i
Golden Medical Discovery. Where there
Is bankrupt vitality such as nervous
rthutistioii. had nutrition and thin
blissl. the Issiy acouire vigor and the
nerves. IiIinnI anil all the tiasiii feel the
favors hie effect of this sovereign remedy.
Although some physicians have Is-en
aw are of the high medicinal value of the
alsive mentioned plants, yet few have
used pure glycerine as a soKfiit and
usually the docUir' prescriptions called
for the ingredients in varying amount,
The "Golden Medical filscovery" la a
scipntilic preparation compounded of the
glyceric euraefs of th alsive mentioned
vegetable Invn.lieiitu and contains nc
alcohol ur liarmliil lis bit- form lug nriin.
I 50c V5
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The one priced office. Not o ie p ice to oie and an
other price to others, but the san.e pric3 for the same
kind of work to ali.
Gold Gro.vns ... $ 5.00 up
Bridgework psr tooth 5.00
Gold Fillings l.OOup
Plates 5.00 up
Examination and Estimates FREE
LA GRANDF. DENTAL' CO.
Successors to Reavis Bros.
Over Watts Drug Co. Phone Black 51
PARR -LOG AN CO. I
LA GRANDE, OREGON.
List your property with us and get quick returns
Sole agents: ' . J
FAIRBAKS-M0RRIS CO. I
Engines, Pumps j
Irrigation plants a specialty
Office in La Grande National Bank Building
B. W. NO YES
NOYES & HALL
LAMPS and HOUSE WIRING A SPECIALTY
Phone Black U61
Hamilton Building. Corner Fir and Adams Avenue