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J Rates-One cent . word, cr.e-ha . Mnt . word each
xion. uassinea eads bring quick results. Frit nn t suJ
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trriD en r tt u i ,
. . JBry r sa,e row RENT-A nice furnished front room
for rent. Very desirable, close in. In
- "Jlrg f B'ack 612 or at this office.
FOR RENT Furnished room with bath
( .... uuiu aier. ana ail modern con
Inquire at this office,
WANTED Second hand water tank for
range. R. A. Masterson
FOR RENT Nice'y furnished looms.
Centrally located. 180S Fourth street.
Phone Black 1172.
DRESSMAKING -TS tree t NortT of
track, next door to Henry Henson, Mrs.
WOMEN ORGIRLS WANTED Five
or six women or girls to work in laun
dry. A. B. C. Laundry.
MONEY For loans on city property see
Wm. Grant's agency. Also real estate
WANTED Gentleman or lady waiter,
iviusi iioo aoi 'xi. ' !r,qj:rc ;t th
vience. Mrs. G. D. Simmons, Cor. Eighth
and N tt.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished front room.
Corner Greenwood and Washington.
Phone Black 1681.
FOR SALE Practically new double key
board typewriter with fine case $45.
Phono red 782.
ROOMS FOR RENT Two furnished
rooms. Inquire of Mrs. W. J, Snodgrass
Fourth street. Old Town. Phone Red
FOR RELIABLE ABSTRACTS OF
TITLES go to the La Grande Invest
ment Company, La Grande Ore., in
WANTED To buy a second hand 3 inch
wagon. Inquire at this office.
REAL ESTATE LOANS Any amounts
on city and country real estate. Loans
closed promptly, as soon as title is ap
proved. La Grande Investment com
pany. FOR SALE Small house, 1 acre ground
Pleasant hoTie addition. A snap. In
quire L. 0. Nelson at Par-Simmons
WANTED A place for a boy in High
school IS years old to woric for his
board and go to school. Address;
L. A. Jackson.
' " Joseph, Ore.
LOST Either at the Opera house
Thursday evening or between there and
First street, a stick pin in shape of a
spider with small diamond setting. Find
er return to this office and receive re
ward. 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
F1R3T CHURCH F CHRISTIAN BCIKNCaT
Baasiul Buildlii oppcwltt Foley Hotel
Sunday Bervlfta II
Bwrtort mmidy T.80 p as
Read lag room at sea' plant opea 1 ueadayi
and Tbkndajs from 10 to 11 JO a m and
yndara and SaWidaya from I to 4 p m.
lattxk pay saints
Sunday School............ ..... ...10 a ir
Rrf uUl eervira pa
Mutaal Improvement AsaocUlion meat eon
lolntly a!7 3Up m
W.J. Whytr, rector
Low M... J. . -.7 a ii.
High Maa . ..............a a ni
Rop ary and Benediction following 10 a m maw
8t. PETFR'8 KPHCOFAL CHURCH
I ptim II. lilbba, reotor
: lb Sunday after Trinity
Hnl toruinun. on-....... , Jam
Sunday school .............. -.10 a ra
Morning ServiC... .............II a m
Kvening Service. 7 ;P n
livery one Invited to attend tbene service.
CKM'KAl CUUUcHoi CHRIST
OFPOKlTE OM MKR HOUSE
O. H, King, paator, 1808 P it!.
oim. anhool 9.4' a m
Morning Worship ..tiaui
VP8CE meeting..... ........ i p m
Rvang'tiitio aervica v........ -.7:30 p m
Prayer ineettnt; WfdnMilay.... 7.40 p m
Woman's Mtaalonary Auitlllar ; Hacond Fri
day of eacb moo ih at i p m.
8i mono, f unday, Not. 4.
Morning "A Great Fellowship and Our Part
Kvening "(J id s Power to Usward."
A coidlal Invitation to nil tbe nervloeai.
FOR SALE Good young work team
about 1100 lbs. inquire at Farmers
Ho Prizes Ho Coupon
Never Sold in Bu":.
1, 2, 2V2 and 5
Pound Tins Only
EjfpJ. A. Folger & Co.
Iiczeiiiii is a tormenting, stubborn T'VL "I'lG IHTEIi!''
bifmtse canoed by an acid humor in
tbe Wood ctiminj; in contact with the skin nr.il iiroduci".' rerlntss, inflatn-
" runtion anil almost intolerable itching. An inr.ctive stale of the system and
shiecisa conation of the clnninative memi t-rs leaves t! e waste ana relus
matter of t. hedy to collect and sour ir.;tt.i.: jjansin.-r thtm off throuya
nature's cluiv.iuls of bodily waste. Ti.c bim-u in it- efforts to purge the svs
tern of.nl! i.-,-cign matter absorbs this i -:.d throws it ofj through the
cores ni'd nds of the skin. The acrid h.iiiior se. ms to ooze out and Set
the skin ci. lire, the st-aw colored, s-t -kv U : '. dvyir.ir and fonninK cnist
and the ito'riu' is in n.se. When th-st pustules ate scratched off the skin
is left raw a.u fever, h and often a I;i sote is fomioii and kept tip by the
constant cf.a: e of at : from the l..'fi. Uh.hI applu atioris of salves, pow
ders, lotions etc. an desirable and shou; .1 be used because they allay i.,e
itching and ive the sufierer temporary c infort. Li;t are in no sense curative,
hecause tht cannot leaih the seat of the trouble, which is in the blood.
b. h. h. poes down into the blood, cleanses
the circui.ilK n of all acids and humors, builds
VfTK tip tlie ti:ir.. sunt lilfod and by removing every
k k. 1 vestige of the cause cures Eczema perma
Phe irritating eniptions disappear.
niiDri v 1CCCTiRI F the itihinsr and burning cease, and the acid
runci. i i tut r"-" fircJ sk jn fe(J by a fresh cooiing stream
of blood lromes soft and smooth apiin. vS. S. S. is made of healing, purify,
ing ro..ts. i.eri.s and harks that wi.l not damage any part of the system
Book on sk i; diseases and any medical fcdvue fite.
THESwrrr spzc.mt: co.. Atlanta, ga.
M. K CHt'RCH
Rev. B. V. Meredith, pastor
Sunday Reboot ;4S am
Junior Leaiioe........ .... ........a p m
Kpworlb league . (: p m
Mornlnn Service ....11 a in
Eveninn Seivlce .7.30 p in
Morning, Mr. Maitle Mlevth, of Portland.
will apeak under tbe auaplcea of the
W. C. T. U. ,
Kvening, F. M Jasper will preacb.
A coidltl Invltatlou to all tbeaa arrvlcea
PRKSBYT. K1AN I HUHCH
Rev. K. H Haya, pai-tor
Hen lor Knileavor
Prayer Meeting Thurmiay
Morning Hervlce -
Tberoe; "Oo horward."
Mra. J. k. Korrusl will sing.
Mra. Mattle gleelh, of Portland, will ieak
In the Interest of the W. C T. V.
Tne choruh cbolr under the direction of M m.
A cordial Invitation ia given to ail who Im vi
no church bnme to attend theiw aervlcea
.. 6:H0p m
..T.JO p m
, 7. JO p ni
Headache is most often the result of
too much or too little blood in the head.
Contraction of tissues about the neck and
shoulders, causing compression of blood
vessels and crowding of the nerves, is the
cause of acute attacks: while the chronic
variety is more often caused by misad
justment of one or more of the vetebrae
at the head of the spine, affecting nerves
which control the blood circulation.
Some headaches'are due, too. to direct
nerve pressure, being more of a neuralgic
nature; while still others are reflexes of
some other illness, such as stomach dis
order. The Osteopath can locate the
cause of the ordinary acute attack quick
ly and his manipulative work puts an end
to it at once. The chronic trouble requires
longer treatment but cure may neverthe
less be counted upon in a short time. In
headaches resulting from other illness
relief may usually be had quickly, altho
permanent cure is naturally dependent
upon the cure of the primary trouble, to
which Osteopath in such cases devotes
his chief attention.
D. H. STEWARD. Proprietor and Manager.
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 5
The Most Poucrful Melodrama of The Day
The Metropolitan Production!
A Play that Touches the Heart!
J ppggBNTEPBY A SPECIAL StLCI.ICU UIVirAI.1
I AWEALTH OF BEAUTIFUL SCENERY AND EFFECTS! I
I Ctrmmmo Many Ne- Nov.l Simatiomi hd Mechanical
Effects ahd Situation.
Seat, on sale " ED, GALERy 26c. and 60c.
NOTICE FOR BIDS
The La Grande Improvement Company
will receive bids for the construction of
four concrete foundations and the con
struction of four frame dwelling houses
for immediate construction particulars at
office of La Grande Investment Co.
A Young Mother at 70
"My mothar has suddenly been made
young at 70. Twenty years of intense
suffering from dyspepsia had entirely
disabled her. until six months ago, when
she began taking Eectric Bitters, which
have completely cured her and restored
the strength and activity she had in the
prime of life." writes Mrs W. L. Gilpat
rick, of Danforth, Me. Greatest restora
tive medicine on the globe. Sets Stom
ach, Liver, and Kidneys right, purifies the
blood, and cures Malaria, Biliousness and
weaknesses. Wonderful Nerve Tonic.
Price 60c. Guam teed by New lin Drug
STORE ROOM For rent, 20x 70 ft. in
Huntington block. Room for years
occupied as a saddle shop, inquire of
A. C. Huntington.
FOR SALE OR RENTn7rm" of
1 600 acres. One farm of 800 acres
will either sell on easy terms or rent
for either one or five years. Here is
splendid opportunity for the right
person. For particulars see A. B.
Cohley. Address Cove Ore. or Phone
Vergere telephone line.
FOR SALE Eight acits, six room house
barn, place for chickens or hogs, all
kinds of fruit and plenty of water, Locat
ed east of flouring mill. Apply at
premises or dddress, John Gavam, La
The Myriad Service
Have you ever considered
bow desirable a "Mackinettc"
Proper outer garment for
Full Dress and Informal occa
sions reliable during; rain or
shine, and suitable as a Spring;
;r Fall Overcoat ; in short,
nc!y whenever an outer gar
: . nt is needed.
r.ecess'ty. If one ever
:4. We suggest the
" .." "7J!Ir""?--M
r... K tb.u viii probably meet
' o civic.
You are cordially invited
to inspect this beautiful
line of Raincoats .,
A.V. Andrews :
MILCH (OYYSfOR SALE
J. M. Uark, three quarters or a mile
south of the Masonic cemetery has milch
cows for sale. Phone Black 181. Lock
Box No, 6, La Grrnde, Ore.
The Reason Why I
Only Nine flour Dealers handle La
Grande Milling Co.'s flour, Is be
cause there is only nine of them
here in that Business. So you see
if the goods was not all right, there
would be nine of them that would
not handle it. With Our three Ex
pert Wheat Buyers stationed ill
along the Elgin Branch enables us
to get the Pick of the Wheat. So
tell your Grocer that you Prefer
the kind that is made here, its all
Guaranteed you take no chances.
W 1. , ...f:Vv ' f. N .
Gouglhi Remed' '
A Safe Medicine for Children.
In bnytrjr a oou. rh medicine for children, never be nfraid to buy 0 r ft.
Lain b Corn hiiaELT. There is no danger from It, and relief is alw . 1 m
to follow. I ?a 'nteuled especially for coughs, colds, cronp and . ing
coavsb , und is the t eitt ii9;'lcine in the world for these dlneases. It let nl;
a i-t-rtuin cure far cronp ' a t, when given as soon as the cronpy cough . i) lira ,
will nrevert the utt :k Whooping cough Is not dangerous when th r ,v."tf
h nhn as direr 3d. It contains no opium or other barmfu) drags, a
viven i.- roufidintlv to babv as to an adult
-LA GRANDE SUGAR"
None Better. None Purer. None Sweeter.
Use La Grande Sugar and Use no Other
f HONE TOUR DRUG STORE WANTS
You are not getting all the advantages
your telephone offers if you are not using
it when drug stire goods are wanted.
Call Main 87 the next time you are in
need of anything that should be in the
stock of a first-class drug store.
We shall be pleased to receive your
telephone orders and will guarantee
prompt delivery and satisfactory goods in
every case. Newlin Druo Co.
There is nothing that takes away the
beautiful, womanly charms like a plodding
stooped, awkard carriage. Tmire is ab
rolutely no excuse for that as lorg as
Hollister's Rocky Mountain is made. Tea
sr Tablets, 35 cents. Newlin Druo Company.
A SUDDEN PROPOSITION
The sudden coid will come to a
sudden end if Antigriphine Tablets are
aken. 23c Newun Dhuo Co.
REPORT OF CONDITION OF LA GRANDE NATI0NAI BANK
of La Grande. Oregon
at the close of business October 12, 19GG
Loans and Discounts. $677,391.12
United States Bonds 100,000.00
Premiums on U. S. Bonds 1,750.00
Real Estate, Furniture, etc 30,163.30
Taxes paid 1,372.25
Due from Banks $84,902.83
Due from U. S.
Cash on hand. 11 0,063.48-1 97.466.3 1
Capital Stock ....$100,000.00
Surplus ' 20,000.00
Undivided Profits 1 44.009 09
Circulation ., J' t0,0C0C0
Individual, $766.7 J 4.6
Banks 7,6 ;8.C2-7 03,213 09
UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS
GEORGE.PALMER, Presidkht. J. M. BERRY. V ica Pkk6,
F. L MEYERS, Cashier. W. L. BRENHOLTS, Assistant Cashu.
SHERWOOD WILLIAMS, 2nd Assistant Cashier
GEO. L. CLEAVER. F. M. BYRKIT, C C. PENINQTON, F. J. HOLM
' A. B, CONLEY,
With ample capital, large experience, and unsurpassed facilities, we offer you absolute security
your deposits and solicit your banking business, promising you courteous treatment, and sery la
srality consistent with conservative banking, v