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BUSY AT 1HE COURT HOGSl
Continued From Page 3
A New Department
To our already large and complete stock of 472(3.1133 we j
have added a SHELL FISH COUNTtR up a wi&i ill j
be found fresh crabs, clams, Crawfish, ( 'yaipa, .nd
Eastern Oysters. In fact all
an up-to-date Shell Fish market :-: :-:
J. W. WHITr?, GROCER
STATEMENT OF COMDITIOIM OF
The Eastern Oregon Trust and
ATTHECLC.SE OF BUSINESS, NOV. 12. 1906.
CAPITAL STOCK - $60,000.00
Loans and Discounts 8 1 949.64
Warrants and Stocks' 3238.64
Furniture & Fixtures 1 903.66
Expense and Int. paid 3406.22
Cash on hand and in banks 3 1633.73
W. C. BROWN, President Wst. MILLER, Vice President'
GEO. L. CLEAVER, Cashier T. J. SCROGG1N, Asst. Cashier
F J. HOLMES, Treasurer,
G. A. STOCK, Manager, Cove Branch.
Pride of Grande Ronde
Toe product of the Imbler flouring mill
best wheat land in Grande Ronde valley,
will convince you of its superority.
Insiston having your order filled with
For sale by all first class dealers.
Pride of Grande Ronde
See the wagon
ICHAS. A. DUNN
Phone Main 57.
g. d. hagerty j
SUCCESSOR TO WM. biviUH
Free Delivery X
1410 Adams A cnuc
Phone, black 1211
5 CARLOAD LOTS A SPECIALTY X
J No order too large-None too small T
SPEOAt RATES TO KANSAS (IT Y
The 0. R. & N.Co. announces a special
rate of $52 60 from La Grande to Kan
sas City. Mo. Tickets on sale November
14 and 15. Tickets will be good going
ten days and final return thirty days.
This special rate is made in order that
those who desire to attend the seven
teenth annual convention of the Trans
Missippi Commercial Congress may do
f fTVTTTTT " " .w.-w. s. , f (
that should fo lij ir1 in
rho.ee Main 42 "
Capital Stock 60000.00
-Discount and Exchange 1822.63
Interest 1363 60
Trust Earnings .... 442.60
situated in the very heart of the
consequently the best flour. A trial t
.his brand or the "Patent" from this t
Don't submit to any substitution.
on the street
The Reason Why
Only N,ne flour Dealers handle La
Grande Milling Co.'s flour. Is be
cause there is only nine of thetn
here in that Bus ness. So you see
if the goods was not ail right, there
would bo nine of them that would
not hdnd;o it. With Our three Ex
pert Wheat Buyers stationed all
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.
house must be filed and indaxad lure.
He has as his first deputy Frank Bram
well, whose knowledge and abilicy s an
ac ountant. places him in a p.sition to
creditable do these things. To this cfRc
you will go when you warn a county
license; the cou.-.ty dark is ex officio
membar of the board of equalization: hi
is clerk of the county and circuit courts
Ed Wright is also a depu'y clerx and is
a competent assistant in this bu.y office
Miss Goodnough, is a very essential mem
ber of the office, and her smll an a steno
grayher is tried every day and she It
naver found wanting.
If you would spe id a fm minutis in
this affics it would surprise y?u, the var
ied and nu.narouj documints ksp; har.
For the askng. he will show youths hug.
vault where papers of excsedir.gly grea
value aid ths books o.itinhg enr. s oi
incalcuable importance are put away for
safe ke3ping. It is simply too big a tas.t
to properly outline the work tiis o.flj:i
has to oversea and the only way, is to
sit in his private office and keep ears and
eyes opan. When you go away you wiil
tiink. "How can he do it all?"
Last but not least, you entar the com
modious rooms where justice is meted out
to the accused and evil doer. For twelve
years Circuit Judge Eakin has sat in the
chair of justice, and who can say he has
not adhsrred strictly to exact definitions
of justice, in his every decision? If your
tour of inspection should end by listening
to the judge sentence a convicted crim
inal, you will feel satisfied that the crim
inal will go away with a resolve to do
better when his imprisonment is over, for
the judge, altho he metes out just deserts
he naver inflicts any undue punishment,
and he invariably sends the culprit away
with a word of cheer. His da s as cir
cuit judge will sooi have ended bu the
ending of these are only the beginning of
even more responsible ones, and while the
tenth judicial district fiin would part with
his services, yet it fee's safe in sending
him to the supreme bench, for it knows
thaet the same spirit which moved Theo
dore Parker to write the memorial words
wll control the judge's decisions when he
reaches the exalted seat.
'Justice is the idea of God, the ideal of
man. the rule of conduct writ in the na
ture of mankind." Theodore Parker.
When all is over, there may have
elapsed more than an hour's time, but it
was time well spent. On your way out
you might notice that every nock and
corner, both in offices and corridors, are
thoroughly clean. John Dunnington is
masler of broom and brush in this bu Id
ing. and while it is not an important posi
tion, still it demonstrates that every de
tail in connection with the county's head
quarters is carefully looked after. When
the outer door nas closed behind you. and
you are again in the open, you look back
on the structure itself, and no doubt you
think. "Even the building, like the men
who rule within it, is all that can be de
Tho liitii-r trail In a woman's lifn l to
ho riiiiillrs-i. Who ran tell how hard th
Mruirult' mnv Imv" Iwcn itk she Irnrnt t
ri'siuu ln'i-M'lf Ui her luni'ly lot? The ah
si'iirn ot this llnl; Id biild murital life
toiri'lhor. th" iiIisi'iiro of this onn pledge
to mutual atTVotloii is a common riinp-
fHilntmont. Many unfortunate eouplt'S
vmn iKtrniiKcil thereby. Kvon if tlioy
do not drift n m rt, oiii may read the whole
extent of tln'ir disappointment In the eyes
of Much a 1'liilillen.s con pin when they rest
on the i-hiMreii of others. To them the
la wst family does not eem too nn nitrous.
In inanv rases of barrenness or child
lessness 0ie obstacle to child-bearing is
easily removed by the. cure of weakness on
the part of the woman. Dr. Pierce's Fa
vorite description has Inhmi the means of
restoring liealih ami friiiifnlness to many
a barren woman, to the great Joy of the
hoiischoM. In other, but rare cases, the
nlistnii'tion to the hearing of children has
liccti found Ui U' of a surgical character,
but easily removable liv tiaiiilessnperative.
treatment at the Invalids' Hotel andSur-
flcal institute. Itiiifulo. X. Y., over which
)r. I'ierce of the " I- avorlte, Prescription
fume presides. In all cases v hero chil
dren are desired mid are atwot. an effort
should lie made to In d out I he real cause,
since it is generally so easily removed bv
proper treat mem,
In all the various weaknesses, displace
ments, prohi I'S'i. Inllo in inn t itin ami de
bilitating, catarrhal drains and in all
cases of nervousness and dehilitv, I)r.
Pierce's l avorite prescription Is the uhmv
film-lent remcdv tli.it can iioSsilv oe used
It lias to its credit hundreds ot thousands
of cures wore In fact than any other
remedy put up for sale through druggist',
especially for Human's u-e. The ingredi
ents of which tile " i' avorite PreMnption
Is composed have received the most
positive endorsement from the leading
medical writers on Mulcrin .Vciiea of all
the several schools of practice. All the
ingredients :ire printed ill ;iii(il Kiilish
on the wrapper enclosing the bottle, so
that any nuiuaii making use of tins
ruinous medicine m.iv know exactly what
sue is taking. Ir. Pierce takes his pa
tients in 1 1 Ids full coni'dence, which he
can afford o do as the formula after
nhicli the "l avorile I'res, riplloii" is
made will Inar the most careful exam
ination. l)r. Pierce's Pleasant Pallets are the
best and .il"t l.i,tiiM f.,r women.
IN A HURRY?
THE TRANSFER MAN
Me will take that trunk to the De
pot or your home in less time than i'
lakes to tell it.
Day phone Red 76 1
Night " Black 1792
Wagon always at yout service
' All cur ,r;ceries are good, clean,
. fresh, and pure. The kind that
J will make your meals very delici
ous, and give the house-wife an
easy task in prepairing it.
We challenge the city on fresh
farm produce and berries. Every-
thing that should be found in a J
first class grocery. J
PHONE MAIN 46
rCRTH FIR STREET
A YEAR OF BLOOD
The year of 1903 will long be re
membered in the home of F. N. Tacket.
of Alliance. Ky., as a year of blood:
which flowed so copiously from Mr.Tack
et's lungs that death seemed very near.
He writes; "Severe bleeding from the
lungs and a frightful cough had brot me
at death's door, when 1 began taking Dr.
King's New Discovery for Consumption,
with the astonishing result that after I
had taken four bottles I was completely
restored and as time has proven per
manently cured. Ouaranteed for bore
Lungs, Coughs and Colds, at Newlln Drug
store. Knee BUconts ana jji.uu. I rial
Occasionally one has the fortune to
meet women who are ideal in looks and
fiuure. Ninetv-nine times out of a hun
dred vou will And she takes Hollister's
Rocky Mountain Tsa. Tea or Tablets, 36
cents. NewlinDrug Co.
J. L MARS,
Contractor and Builder
IValer in.BuiIdinij Material
Building Stone, Clean Coarse Sand and
La Grande, Oregon
Dro a line naming work, and I will
iuun the right rrice.
TO THE PUBLIC
WHAT IS IT ?
That is to be Had
Call at Our Office and let Us give
You Full Information
Never will you have such an
Opportunity Offered You
Call at Once
LA GRANDE INVESTMT"ca
La Grande, Ore.
REAL ESTATE BAMS
Read This Over
Than come to our office and
we will show the property.
La Grande Investment Co.
' La Grande.
$1600 Pays for one and one third acre
land, mostly in bearing orchard. Water
ditch runs through place. Good five
room house, barn andjaiiicken house. 3,
$4000 Invested in this place of 7
acres now under city plot wiil soon be
in good demand. Has a good house
and some small buildings. Good or
chard and best of garden land. Inves
tigate and you will see a bargain. 7.
$1500 Will buy 4 lots set out to best of
fruit, berries, shade trees and every
thing to make a home pleasant. 9
rooms in house, plaster and paper. Good
cellar. 2 shares in wates ditch. 24. j
$2200 Buys 4 lots facing on two streets, i
two corner lots, and good 7 room house.
Good barn 24x32 1 story hien- The
only way to know a bargain is to see
$1100 Sure this price is very low. When
you see the eight lots all set to bearing
fruit, land the best quality for garden.
The house has 5 rooms and in good
$350 For 't' block on the hill. Location
good. Price small.
$200 For 2 lots in Old Town. Has good
well on same. Sold on very easy
Don't fail to come and see diagram of
lot', and have the complete details of how
you can buy. and also have a chance to
make you owner of a SI500 house and
lot for the sum of $200. C.
$1500 Paid for this 6 ron hojse.
Good cellar under house. Gcod barn.
wood shed. 20 young fru t trees, fine
piece of ground. Will make you the
owner of a good homt - 15.
$800 Is what you will be made to pay
for 184x212 feet of ground. Hjuse
size 15x26. Add.tion 1 4x1 6. 3 rooms.
47 trees, family orchard, c.sicei house,
barn, and hao shed. Fossess-on g-ver
at orce 30.
TREASURER'S (ALE fOR WARRANTS
Notice is here by g;v-:n that tie under
signed Treasurer ol Union County. Oregon
has funds on hand witn wi.cn to pay ail
County and Scalp bounty warrants which
were presented and endorsed by the
County Treasurer, prior to October 1
No interest allowed on the above war
rants after Nov. 16th. 1906.
Treasurer of Union county
t.GLES- La Crarde Aerie 295F. O
r.mttis Fr tsy ntht in Elk
na,:, t o i. m. Visiting brhren '
Rvitea to atti .
f n o ,. ti, i 1 '
-, , i. r. onooK w. a
Or. G. L. Bigjers W. P.
1. O. 0. F. La Grande Lodge No. 16,
meets in their hall every Saturday night.
Visiting brothers cordially invited to at
m j i emetery Plat may be seen at
J. A. Arbucklh, N. G.
D. E. Cox, Sec.
n SJAR ENCAMPMENT. No. 31.I.O.
U. r .-Meets every first and third Thurs
days in the month in Odd Fellows hall,
visiting patriarchs always welcome
D. E. Cox. Scribe. Fowler, C. P.
M W. A. La Grande Camp No. 7703
meets every first and third Wednesday
of the month at I. O. O. F hall Ai
visiting neighbors are cordially invited to
JohTU. Clerk. C-S'W'" .V.C.
Maid Marion No. 22 meet Mr.h tk,,-. - .
day night in Redman hall. Brothers f"'' i
ire invited to attend. rotners .
C. LI-.. -M .
' r c., r-"on mer danger
-. L. Snodorass Financial Sec.
Board of Trustees-Dr. G. L. Biooers
John Hall and C. S. Wiluaml
FRIENDSHIP TENT-No. 31, K O T
i'-ii mfnt5KSeC?nia fourtn Wednesdays
ch month im I . O. O. F. hall. Visiting
Bloc. Record Keener0' Ba"' Cm
4 w0, E- La URANDE LODGE No
3 - eeu each Thursday evening at
."'' 0 ' in E"s' hall, on Adams
Avenue. Visiting Brothers are cordially
ir.v.tea to attend.
n P E' W' Dav;s. Exalted Ruler
- E. .cCully. jading Secretary
l k ; b dy.l uf month
J. H. StS. Con8ul Cnder
eD.TRSS L0DGE- No.27-Meets
ee.) ..onday evening in Castle Hail
sj,d!r,g. A Pythian welcome to
a.i v., Kn;ghts,
o N- L Ackles. C. C
.v. ,. ut
RATHB0NE- SISTpdc o ,
P-e No. 9 meets every Wednesday evert
;8pjm.ln the K. of P. Half i th.
Corps buiidino. Vititir, u "
y invited. --r, cordi-
Miu-y Frawlit M. E. C