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QUAKER PUFFED OATS
The new breakfast food.
A CAR LOAD JUST UNLOADED AMD ON DISPLAY
LargeJ consignment Just received
A trial order will convince you that '3 23
it is just what you have been look
ing for. Ask for it. IMo breakfast
is complete without it.
TrtE'CITY GROCERY AND BAKCRY
E. POLACK, Propr.
WAN TiE D
Hay, Grain, Apples, and any other Farm Produce i
lfftii maw hftvft.
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... . . '.i-rtis... - I a -r-r
we are in the market tor mat from onetoouu ions; aiso uio in any 4
quantity, and all the fresh eggs you have. .,
WE ARE READY NOW to contract for your apple orchards and your
"!;... ... . tl k(. ll A PPMrM RrO rhif u,a cat UTOUCCT
IviAnnci rmuco rur an p -ouuuo anu Miai we are jumiy uu tna opui
with the MONEY as soon as goods are delivered.
TO THE TRADE: We will say: We have a nice lot of Fancy hay, oats,
rolled barley in our Warehouse, which we offer to the local trade in a retail
way, at wholesale prices. We also have Honey, Cabbage, Dry Onions,
rarrAle Pn.tna. dnnlft. anH Vinomr tnw eala
A CARLOAD OF PAPER, Wrapping paper. Wix paper dishes, Pulp f
plates. Paper Oyster pails and Paper baggs all sizes, and also twine. We 2
bought this car before the advance in paper, therefore we can give you ad- f
vantage in prices. BUY your SUPPLIES NOW. 4
PHONE MAIN 2
Oregon Produce Company
j - We i
I Mean Business!
WE ARE HERE FOR KEEPS AND DON'T YOU FORGET.
Our business is constantly on the increase, and we see no rear- n why we
enouia aisconunue. uur stock or staple and fancy groceries is c implete in J
J way and our system of transacting business seems to please the
general public. If you would like to get better acquainted with money
saving to customers methods give us a trial order. We would appreciate a !
call from you and we will attempt to merit your confidence.
including Iron Bed,. Spring, Matresse,. Dresser,, Chifforiser,. Cupboards, Bed " "
and Dining Chair,, linoleum,, and Matting. We Intend Disposing of th.. ENTllt H PMENT before
Thanksgiviug. To do .hi, quick'y we are giving the Public LOWER PR C PS on every a-fr
k.nVA.. ran nouiblvbuv elsewhere. You are Cordialy lovit-d t can and
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Inspect these Goods and Learn our Price,.
Prices Ras nabi?
HFATERS and RANGES
STOVE BOOMS and
WE DO UPHOLSTERY and FURNITURE REPAIRING
Phone Red 1161
E. D. MAI ST EN
14. '5 Adams Ave
Phone Black 641
H. B. HAISTEN
Fir Street Store
SE OtR TIN AND
HARD VV A R
La Grande Evening OUserver
FRIDAY NOVEMBER 2. 1906
Published daily, except on Sunday
One year in advance $6.50
Six months in advance 3.5
Pr month 65c
Single copy..'.. 5e
Entered at the Post Office at La Grande
Oregon, as Second Class Matter.
This paper will not pubiish any article
appearing over a nom-de-plume. Signed
articles will be received subject to the
discretion of the editors. Please sign
your articles end sav disappointment.
Unlay Ad rule furnished ova ytueiv
.oral rending nni Ice 10c per 1 1 lie first Inset
tlon, jo per tint for each Mutejuent inset
Hon. HtiotnUuuH of condolence, c ; er Hue.
ards ot Ihuclift, V per line.
there is good authority for the statement j
that th Indian copulation of the Pacific i J
coast as well as the entire country has
always been over estimated.
The Indian population of the state by
counties is as follows as shown' by the
report of the Labor Commission.
Benton, 1; Clackamas, 2; Clatsop, 21;
Coos, 63; Curry, 33; Douglas. 138;
Grant, S; Jackson, 6; Josephine, 6:
Klamath, 7; Lake, 35; Lane. 54; Lincoln,
413; Malheur, 20: Marion, 636; Multno
mah, 12;Polk, 149; Sherman, 1; Tilla
mook, 144; Umatilla, 1009; Wasco. 80;
Washington, 2; Yamhill. 195; Total
! SEATTLE , GROCERY STORE
LAWSON BROS. Prop.
B. W. NOYES
NOYES & HALL
LAMPS and HOUSE WIRING A SPECIALTY
Phono Black 1161
Hamilton Building. Corner Fir and Adams Aver.ue
Washington county is the only csuntyin
the state where the -three hundred dollar
exemption have been allowed, since the
supreme court declared the practice un-
On next Tuesday thirty-four states
hold their elections, but generally speak
ing New York is about ail the masses
are interested in, in other wares the New
York campaign is the c,ef attraction on
the political board.
The Colorado again flows to the sea,
the waters of the big -river after many
months of emptying in the Salton sink
having been restrained by a concrete
constructed bank in place of the one
washed out nearly a mile long. Rock and
gravel in immense quantities were filUd
in on the river side of the wall. It cost
the Southern Pacific railroad a million
dollars to turn the big river back and
send it on to the Gulf of California. But
it is a paying p'oposition, as five times in
two years the railroad was compelled to
move its trak back from the encroach
ing waters, lengthening the distance over
forty miles. Then $25,000,000 in prop
erty, the homes of ten thousand people
have been saved. Salt works that gave
the railroad thousands of carloads of
freight annually will again be able to
The paid-up capital of the chartered
banks of Canada increased dunrg the six
months ending December 31. 1935. from
$82,999,900, to $85,294,213. The
bank deposits rose, during ne same
period, from $468,571,648 to $512,227,
PASTURE FOR RtNT
Persons desiring first class green pas
ture with running water should inquire
at the La Grande National Bank.
W. H. BOH N K A MP CQ :
Hardware, Stoves and furniture
Crockery and Building Mat
I Hand Bags and Purses j
I FW !!F .1'. iST fiRniV'Fli
It is most creditao:e to the Chicago
Tribune that it has har.aed c .er to credi
tors of the wrecked Milwaukee Ave-.je
bank the $5000 reward ser.t :y the
Chicago Clearing House to its marag.r.g
editor, James Keeley. hr arresting Stt-s-
and in Morocco. It has aiso reieaseJ
the county from expenses, wtven exeunt
to $5000. This act s.-,cvs the sp.r:t tkat
guides a great pa;er.
l. li. STKWAHD. Proprietor and Mgr
FRIDAY, NOV. 2
BEACH & BOVVERS'
An All Feature, preponderous aggregation of minstrel
talent, such as the world never dreamed of
seeing at one time.
A number of our peep e are watchr.g
with much interest tr.e resjit of tre
work now being do-.e ct ne Aureita
mine up Grande R;r.ce r.ver aid tnere
is every reason to bei.eve tiat th s m.ne
will not be a disappo ntrr.ent and tat ,t
will be the mea-s of c.her t,:1's be ng
placed on other prcpert esin t-at mineral
THE SHOW THAT HRESENTS-
MORE LNEWJ FEATURES, NOVELTIES. SENSATIONS
. ow man any minstrel tympany Traveling
Big Band and Orchestra
J-0Z?c, J50c and 25c
0MUO ILO .
""'I'Mmwi. .n. w
The protection of gir.e in the State of
Oregon is costing tne ptip e cf this state
in the neighborhood of $30,030 a year.
Up to September 30 of the present
year the expenditures from the spec.al
game fund for the protection of game
Is Disease a Crime ?
N.it very lime HL.I- n pupnlnr muirrlnr
p!llisl'(i an ciii'Mriiil nv...-li' in whiHi
tin' writer a-M-rifil. in siiIi-mik'c t'i,n mi
disgust' MioiiM N- ri':irdi'(l ii I'l'iinmal.
Certain it S. tint tittit-ti nf i h- sk-SitH'SS
ami siiITit'iiil' i'l niiiiiliiiil is due tn llie
vinliilioli n( I'lTiam nf Xaliiiv's liiws.
Hut tn wiv all sii-kn.s flinulil lis
ri'iianlril as onminal. 1:111st uh'1 to I
cvitv rva-oiin'.ilr iiHivliiiutl us radically j a
wruiii;. ! a
It would U- liar"h. uwymiiiiihctlc,
cruel, yes criminal, to ennilemii the pimr,
weak. uver-uur.iil liiniew iie wlm sinU;
iiinler tile heay luait of luuiseliolil euros
uml Imrileiis. ami -ullers (mm weak-Iie-ses.
vanms ili-ilacemenis o( pelvic
organs aiul mner ileraiiiieiiieiits peculiar
to lier sex.
Fri'uuent Unrlne ef I'Mldren. with lt ex
seiinK nemaniN u-ttn Hie s..tem, eitupled
with the fare, witity ttml UUi' of reanmr a
Utye faniily. Is eftfii the rmie of weak
n"s'. 4lei'iuiirimrti; mxl (ii-ltilny wliii-h are
tATariiivateti ..v id- ninny hoiiM-hoel rares,
tiui the imnl. anil eever-entlihkr woiU which
the mother 'Tillei! uimn to iM-rform. Ir.
Fierce, the niaker of itmt wiirUl-fatneil reni
ty for woniatr Hi'iillar weakneNe ami
ills lr. Pierce's Vavotue rrescrtiithm -vays
that oueuf the krri-ati".t otNiiclM tuhe euro
of this elaHof t'laluilK'N iihe fact that tho
pHir. over-work"i hoiiM'Wife i an not iret tiie
necileil rest fi-om Imt many lntiiHeholil caret
and 'alHir to ei.atle her to secure from the
use of hls"Prv. riitlon" Its full henellts. It
1 a mailer of fretnient eperlenc. he ys,
in his extensive iracic in these cases, to
meet wiih those in which his treatment falls
by reason of the iiatleut Inahllity to aiisiain
fruni hard work hum enouvh to be cured.
Wild those satlerintr from prolapsus, ante
Terslon ami n-trorersion uf the uterus or
other displacement of the womanly onrans.
It la rery necesnarv that. In addition to lak
lnir his "Favorite PreserlMion " ther alstaiii
from tielnn very much, or for ion perlmis. on
their feet. All neavy HttlnK 01 straining- of
any kind stnuld also be avoldisl. As much
out-door air as possible, with moderate, liarlil
enen'lse Is also ery Important. I,et the
patient nlwrvs thesi' rulm and tha"raior
lt Presa ription " will do the rest.
Dr. I'leree's Medical Adviser I vnXfrrt
on receipt of 1nmps to pav expense nf
mailinij onlu. ts,.id to Dr. tt. V. Pierce.
U..IT..I.. XT V n. . .. . .
t one-cent stumps tor pa-
We have the new style sh. pping
The new Automobile bty!e. with
fine leather lining. Jeatiier cover
ed frames, hand sewed purse, and
card case to match.
Dill hooks and tard oases in Seal, f
Mocha. Pg Skin and Buck Skin.
The new novelty 1
Com and Bill Purses
Aitoni')hile Caps. '
Pi Skin Wallets, Puzzle Purses,
Leg Purses and Coin. Bags of all .
LA GRANDE. OR
aggregated $2 1 ,000. At fee same rate V". r 31 itampti for cloth-oound.
or claims paid frsm that fund will be
&Ae Jftarmers ana Tjracteft
.a 1. . . . . . .
fnr th. r.m.l.. ( .1 it sick consiiii ine iKH tor. Tree ot Cuar(Te
for the remainder of t-.e year the total by letter. All such communications are
held sacredly confidential
IW til n - -, Til . I. . 1 1 . , ,
coo nnn u ! ' lrrlr " iesain i eiieu inviirorive
8.uuu, to which trust be added $1700 regulaf atorokeb. liver tod bowela
salary and expenses of the Carre and 1 apaaaaaa-a-aaiiMM
""t-fg a tct! of
$29,700 of vis h e eiperses of garre protection.
It is the same cid story. It it the sur
vive of the fittest. Oregon of today only
haa 2900 Indian. It s easily within the
memory of many cf our people when the
rWnrl jnn(j, vaVeyjewUinej as many
. J. L MARS,
Contractor and Builder
Dealer in Building Material
Building Stone. Clean Coarse Sand and
La Grande. Oreeon
Surplus and Undivided Property
Liabilities of Shartholders
Conducted under Supervision of United States Bank Examiners.
SAFE AND RELIABLE
Glad to continue old enstomers and pleased to meet new.
AGeneral Banking and Exchange Business Conducted.
Loansmade onjapproved Security.
Highest Market Price paid for Union County Warrant, and City of
La Grande Warrants. Be's
Isure to call on us when you hava warrant
Pro a tin naming work, and I will